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VOLU   V  *f DUMBER 128
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDA Y MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
mf BURGLAR
HAD LARGE HOARD
CABINET MINISTER
COMING TOMORROW
Reading Detevtive and Problem Novell Made Guthrie
a Kleptomaniac.
Had     8 ild     Much���Police     Recover
$60,000 Art Treasures and
Jewelry.
Chicago, Aug. 4.���After tweoty-four
hours' work, the police obtained today an Inventory of the art treasures,
bric-a-brac. Jewelry, silver Mate and
other articles stolen by Jacob F.
Guthrie, alleged society burglar and
forger, now under arrest. They am j
nounced that the p:under recovered ls
estimated to be worth $50,000.
A great amount ot the plunder was
found In Guthrie's home on the south
aide v/here he lived with his mother,
sister and brother, who Is a Chicago
policeman.
Past History. ���
Further Investigation of the young
man's history, revealed that after
graduating In electrical engineering
from a Chicago technical Institute, he
obtained employment with an electric
company. Later he was employed ln
the municipal laboratory. Subsequently he was appointed an Instructor jn electrical engineering at a public high schooi,    "
> Guthrie is 2d years old, six feet in
height and weighs 200 pounds. He is
poorly dressed, although when arrested he had rAW* than $16,000 on
deposit in Chicago banks.
An Educated Fool.
Dr. Leslie \V. Schwab, \fcho has
been physicia^i tor the. Guthrie family
for a number of years, talked with
the prisoner for an hour today and
later conferred with Captain Halptn
of the detective bureau.
Dr. Schwab said: "Guthrie is an
educated fool In my opinion. I have
known him since childhood. He always has been a bookworm. He reads
detective and problem novels Incessantly. The effect of this has been to
create a peculiar mental condition. He
has all the characteristics of a confirmed kleptomaniac. 1 believe he
has periods when he te mentally irresponsible.'
Wonderful Booty.
Chief of Detectives ltalpln said:
"Beyond a doubt Gullirle has obtained
the most valuable collection of stolen
articles I ever saw. There are diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds
and pearls worth thousands of dollara,
All ot his burglaries wero committeed
in the homes of the city's wealthiest
citizens.
"He read the socilety columns and
when he noticed that a society woman
had left home for a few davs he
���would br;ak Into the house and steal
the most valuable articles he could
flnd. Apparently he kept the things
he stole which appealed to his' artistic taste, but he must have disposed
of a large quantity of the plunder."
Thousands    of    dollars    worth    of
stolen  articles  were  Identified  today
by society women.
BUSY WEEK thendT
Colonel Hon. Sam Hughes Will Spend
Some Hours In Inspecting Local
Conditions.
According to private advices received In the city It Is expected that
Colonel Hon. Sam Hughes will visit
Westminster on Tuesday next, arriving here around noon.
The minister wlll spend a few hours
in the city upon departmental business before he returns to Vancouver
on the Bame day. He will leave for
tbe east almost Immediately and wll!
then proceed to England. Colonel
Hitches Is having an exceedingly bus:
time on the coast.
Today the cabinet member ts making a trip of Inspection in Vancouver
under the pilotage of Mr. H. H.
Stevens, M.P. He will pay considerable attention to Deadman's Island
which lt Is proposed to utilize for
military purposes.
SHOT MAN THEN
KILLED HIMSELF
REMEMBER NATURE
AND WNO MADE IT
Ghastly Scenes In Streets of
Tacoma   Early  Sunday
Morning.
  I
Crimes Were Result of Estrangement
���Husband Slays Wife's Friend
���Letter.
ROOSEVELT WILL
GET NOMINATION
National   Progressive   Party
Meets at Noon Today In
Chicago Convention.
DARING ROBBERY
BY MASKED MEN
BAD WRECK ON
C.P.R. AT TWEED
Gag    Watchman    at    Brewery    and
Wreck Office with Safe
Blowing.
TERRIBLE SMASH   .
ON INTER URBAN
Teamster and Two  Horses Killed at
Eburne���Timekeeper Has  Narrow  Escape.
Britain  Today  Is   Far  Greater Than
Rome Ever Was���Growth and
Lessons.
"The right hand of the Lord bring-
eth mighty thlngB to pass.' This text
taken from the 118 Psalm, 17th verse,
formed the subject of a sermon
preached last evening by Rev. J. R.
Dunlop ln the St. Alban's church, East
Burnaby.
Said he In part: "The strongest
men become feeble after a few days
of illness. Men grow weak when in
sorrow, when they receive bad news
and tremble at the word death. Men
have tried to discover the elixir of
life, but all follow Uie fate of their
fellow beings, and meet their death
some time.
lu these days of advanced educa
tlon men sometimes forget God. Thej
tell um ot a new star discovered when
that same star might and possibly
has been shining thousands of years
We hear the boasts of wireless, ot
electricity and motor cars, but all
these things cannot compare with tht
electricity of God.
We see the flowers In the garden
the fruit In the orchard, and the crops
In the field, and point with pride tt
the work of our hands. Scientist?
claim thc discovery of a method
whereby they can make gold. It ts
against nature, and man waB not
made to even try to attempt sucb
things.
Nature Is one great machine and let
us remember that God made it. Tbe
text applies to the history of nations
Egypt was at one time the greatest
nation In the world. Where is she
now ? Rome followed her, but Rome
is nowhere today. Who ever thought
years ago that -Britain of today would
emanate from the small lslsndB that
make Great Britain ?
Britain, today is greater than Rome
ever was. "The right hand of the
Lord bringeth might things to pass.'
The ehurch of today started in a
���?mall way. Twelve men comprised
the first following and a fishing boat
was the flrst church. The temples of
Jupiter, Mars and others have disappeared and their place is taken by
the Temple of God.
Let us remember our being and
what we are. Let ua also remember
he little things of life as well as the
big things.
Tacoma, Aug. 4.���Clyde A. White,
aged 37, a traveling salesman for &
Tacoma grocery house, was shot anu
killed on the corner of Eleventh snd
A streets, one of the busiest corners
of Tacoma, at 8:30 o'clock this morning, by E. J. Templeton. of Wash-
tucna. Wash., a former traveling salesman for a Spokane grocery house.
Templeton then sent three bullets
'.hrough his own breast and dropped
lead on the pavement a few feet from
the body of his victim.
The murder and suicide are declared by the police to have been the
result of an estrangement between
Templeton and his wife, .whose photograph was found In the pocket of each
of the two men aud who when the
murder occurred, wa3 waiting . for
White at the corner of Nlneth and C
���itreets, two blocks away, with White's
brother, Frank L. White. The trio
had planned a fishing trip for the day
ind White had a fishing outfit in his
oocket when the shooting took place.
Two V/cre Together.
Templeton came* to Tacoma Saturday in an Ineffectual effort to effect
t reconciliation with hla wife. Meet-
ng White, the two men spent last
light at a Turkish bath house- together. What passed between them
.n the Street this morning Is not
known.
In a letter addressed to Mrs. Tem
���ileton, which he had written Friday
morning, in a Seattle hotel, the slayer
���old of his love and the great sorrow
that had come to him by the separa
tlon.
Woman   Faints.
Shortly after Coroner    Shaver   arrived   at  the  scene,   Mrs.  Templeton
ind young White    pushed    into    the
crowd.    Mrs. Templeton    forced    her
���miy to tho  centre  ot  the crowd and
looked   over  the  coroner's  head  Into
'he dead faces of her husband    and
White.    At that moment the coroner
���vas reading the farewell note.
"Oh. it's him���it's him. My God,"
">"elaimed the woman, and fell unconscious on the pavement. When
she recovered police lifted her and
led her through the crowd away from
the bodies.
BUSY WEEK FRONTS
AMERICAN SENATE
Nominee for Vice-President Does Not
Appear���Twelve    Hundred
Delegates.
Chicago, Aug. 4.���The national progressive party will be formally
launched tomorrow noon in the Coliseum, wbere a little more than a
month ago President Taft was renominated on the Republican ticket.
Between 1100 and 1200 delegates
are expected to participate In the convention. On Wednesday when all the
necessary preliminaries of a national
convention have been disposed of,
they will ratify the nomination of
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt for president. Colonel Roosevelt tenatively
was placed ln nomination at a meet
ing here the last night of the Republican convention when his follower:
laid the foundation upon which tumor
row's convention had been built.
S?ttle It Later.
Who will be the nominee for vice
president has not been determined.
Pew leaders in the city will dlucurs
the subject of a running mate for the
colonel, saying it is a <QKStion to be
settled in the convention'a3 tbe delegates deem best.
On every hand there Is the apparent
purpose of the convention leaders to
defer announcements of any character whatever until the convention
shall have assemble4 and the delegates have been consulted.
Eastbound Freight Rons Into
Rear   End  ol Standing
Train.
Engineer Killed, Two Badly Injured���
Twelve Care and Engine
Smashed.
Smiths Falls. Ont.. Ang. 4. ���
three charges of nftro--rh'c��r!ne so v Engineer Joseph Muldoon waa almost,
powerful that they wrecked the office | instantly    killed, Fireman   T. Keller-
San Francisco, Aug. 4���Three masked robbers overpowered, tied and gagged the night watchman at Henry
Wreden's brewery, cracked the off.ee
safe and escaped early today with
JH0 in cash, 'ihen they visited the
butcher shop of Simon Kafka, nearby
and stole $000 from the safe, wh'ch
they discovered to be open after they
had started to drill lt.
To crack tbe brewery safe required
and two hours of drilling. Frcm thc
watchmen the pollce have a gocd descriptions.
CHIEF BRADSHAW
AT 10S ANGELES
uxpects to Ctart Ncrth  with Charles
I
Dean in Few Days���Detroit
Arrests.
ft
Eburne, Point Grey, Aug. 4.���Rounding the Eburne curve at high Bpeed at
7:30 o'clock last evening a Lulu Island Interurban car from Vancouver
crashed Into a truck loaded with hot
pavement material, throwing the cart
75 feet from the rails and killing the
Driver, Benjamin Sand, and both
horses, and seriously Injuring Mack
Hall, a night timekeeper, employed by
the Columbia Bltulithic Company,
owners of the wagon. Sand was
hurled from the cart when the tram
struck the forewheels and landed on
his head some distance from the rails,
fracturing the base of hls skull. Dr.
E. K. Hall ordered hts removal to the
Vancouver General Hospital, but soon
after hls arrival there he succumbed
to his injuries. tnjsi
The cart was being driven up  the
Townsend Road from the camp of the
Bltulithic Company, who are   macadamizing the road under  contract   to
the municipality, and was just crossing the track when the tram rounded
the curve.   Not given time to urge the
horses over the steep crossing  or to
Jump from the drivel's   seat   before
the crash, came,   Sand   waB   thrown
high in the air by the Impact of the
car.,    The heavy   truck, loaded with
warm tar for spreading on the road,
was hit between the   left   forewheel
and the ton.-.ue and was hurled  after
him.     Horses,   cart   and    macadam
were piled in a heap upsldedown ln
the direction from   which   they   had
come and the horses were almost Instantly Killed.    Hall, the timekeeper,
was thrown on the grass and suffered
only external Injuries.   The steel car
was almost undamaged.
An Inquest will be held Into the accident.
THE LOVE OF GOD,"
British im. Wlll
CUT EXPENSES DOWN
Bill  Introduced to    Prevent    Indirect
Influencing by  Subscription to
Public Bodies.
Rev. Dr. Spencer Preaches at Olivet
Baptist Church.
"God so loved the world that He
gave His only begotten Son that they
who believed In Him should not perish, but have Eternal life."
Jesus' word to Nlcodemus, the ruler
of the Jews, was sufficient to save all
people providing there waB no other
scripture, and had been responsible
directly for more conversions than
any other vojpe, phrase or chapter
In the New Testament, said the Rev.
Dr. Spencer last evening at the Olivet Baptist church, in announcing the
text of the evening as selected from
the sixteenth verse ot the third chapter of John.	
"As God has spoken so had Jesus
taught," declared Dr. Spencer���
"taught flrst of all that God bore a
great love for His pec pie and that in
consequence of that affection had bestowed Jesus that love might be given
In return.
"To grasp the greatness of God and
the goodness which typified His action in sacrificing His Son," went on
Dr. Spencer, "we. have but to think
of His love which must have prompted that sacrifice, for the love of mlln
may be guaged, but the affection of
the Omnipotent is something inconceivable In Its volume.
"Vou and 1 and every one of us,"
he concluded, "were given the great
gift of Jesus Christ, and it ls but for
you to receive It. If you want to be
savi'c', trmit Jesus; if you want to inherit the   heavenly   kingdom,
Two Battleship Fight to Be Resumed
���Panama Canal Bill  Not Half
Debated.
Washington, Aug. 4.���Congress will
begin tomorrow what ls expecied to
be the last torulght tor the present
session.
Uncertainty exists as to the fate of
some of the appropriation bills. The
determination to abolish the commerce court and to place a seven year
tenure of office ln the civil service
law, has aroused antagonism which
may be reflected from the White
House in a veto of the bill appropriating money for the salaries ot federal
employees.
An effort Is to be made Monday to
complete the legislative, executive,
judicial appropriation bill, so it may
be sent at once to the president.
In case of a veto, .It is believed it
can again be passed and resubmitted
to him In amended form without seriously delaying plans for adjournment. Action on tariff bills and reopening of the two-battleships flght ln
the house will be features ot this
week's session.
It has been asserted by the president's friends In congress that he wlll
veto all the tariff bills that reach
Mm. Such action would be accepted
is final by congress and no attempt
would be made at this time to repass
the measr.re. .-^....,
The Democrats of the hou*o will
take up the battleship question In
laucus Tuesday. The leaders of the
fight for two new ships In this year's
urogram, succeeded tn forcing a third
laucus on the subject, and It Is believed they Will control the situation.
If the house agrees to one ship the
senate Is exoeeted to nccept the compromise, sltbough It wants two,
Many of the moat Important anpro-
orint'on bills remain to b" completed
at>d the se*">ti> has completed half of
tho expected debate c the Panama
canal administration bill.
London, Aug. 4.���A bill has been
introduced in the House of Commons
to prevent the indirect influencing of
parliamentary constituencies by candidates and members of parliament by
means cf subscription to certain religious, charitable, public, or semi-
public institutions or enterprises. The
bill would include all such payments
in the candidate's election expenses,
a return cf which he has to make
under the present law.
Payment of subscriptions to clubs
or societies or which a candidate is a
bona tide ordinary member, would tse
accepted providing they did not exceed $250 a year, while contributions
to any fund or organization which la
e> elusive are not permitted.
The law against corrupt practices
at elections ln the British Isles Ib already very strict and any expenditures beyond that specially permitted
by law Invalidates an election. There
Ib a feeling, however, prevalent among
the candidates themselves, that the
cost of securing election^ and holding
a seat is excesslvev and lt is with a
view of cutting this down that the
present measure has been  proposed.
Formal   notification    has been   re
ceived from  Ottawa that the United
States department of justice is ready
to hand over Charles Dean, now being held  in custody  in  Los Angeles
on a charge of complicity ln the $265,-
000   bank   robbery   at   Westminster
nearly  a year ago.    Chief of Police
Bradshaw, ot the Westminster force.
Is now In Los Angeles and will ln all
probability start north with Dean in'
the course of a few days, arriving in
the city some time this week.
A very noticeable fact In the flght
waged by Dean against extradition, is
that since the arrest ot Martin Powell
and Frank Dalrymple In Detroit some
weeks ago, with a large amount of the
stolen money iu their possession, the
legal talen employed in the case has
fallen off  until  only  one 'lawyer  remained   at   the   Ume   the   extradition
papers     were     signed.     This     tact
strengthens the    supposition   of   the
Plnkertons that Powell and Dalrymple
were the hidden  source from  which
Dean   and   McN'amara   secured   the
funds to carry on their defence.
Large developments in the big robbery case are expected when Powell
and Dalrymple are brought to trial in
Detroit.    Mr. Phipps. one of the officials of the  Bank of  Montreal,  who
was employed ln the branch here at
the  time  of  the  robbery, ts now  tn
Detroit for the purpose of Identifying
the bills and   packages   which   were
found on the two men at the time of
tbeir arrest.   It Is   stated   that   the
original wrappers on the money at the
time It was   taken   from   the   bank
vaults  are  still  around   some of  the
b'lls and as    Mr.    Phipps'    checking
figures would be found on such pack- j
ages if the money Is part of the haul
this  feature  will  have an  important
bearing on the case.
Pinkerton agents who have already
effected the arrest of four suspects,
and forged a complete chain of evidence, are now looking fcr a third
oarty who Is believed to be a member of the gang.
had his leg broken and Train Dispatcher J. McCutcheon sustained serious injuries in a rear-end coHlalon on
the Canadian Pacific railway Montreal-Toronto line at Tweed early this-
morning.
Muldoon and Keller were on the
engine of an eastbound freight whicJ��
ran into another freight standing oa
the main line at Tweed. McCulcheom
had just lefl his work at Haveluck
and boarded the standing train.
Cars and  Engine.
Twelve cars were demdtiahod and
the engine of the eastbound freight
were badly smashed. Engineer Muldoon is from Smiths Falls and Fireman Keller from Havelock. ��� An Investigation Is being held into ttac-
cauBe of the wreck.
BUSY SCENES IN
CITY BOUNDARIES
N. R.���
Ballasting Trains Eusy on G
Eog Difficulty Overcome���High
Level Bridge.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
FLOCK TO DENVER
Denver, Colo., Aug. 4.���Delegates
began to arrive here tonight for the
twenty-seventh biennial session of
the supreme lodge of the Knights of
Pythias, which wlll be held August
6 to 15.
Every state, the Philippines, Cuba
Mexico, Hawaii, the canal zone and
China, will be represented. At the
same time the supreme temple
Pythian Sisters will hold their biennial session.
One ot the Important legislative
changes contemplated by the supreme
lodge Is reducing the age limit for
members from 21 to 18 years.
ALASKA DEMOCRAT
COMMITS SUICIDE
Shot
Himself   Through Head    with
Revolver While ori River
C'.eamboat.
trust
N-vu Brunswlcker Drowns.
St. John, N. B.. Aug. 4.���John Kend-
rln, 17 years old, of Norton. In attempting to swim across the Rennebe-
cs ^ts river this morning, was seized
Jesus, take the verse of the text into \ ^)th" '�� tTamp and drowned in the
. your heart and rejoice in the promise . presence of his little brother wlio
| and generosity of God." | waa 8tandh.s on the shore.
CHASING ALLEN GAN3.
Believed to  Have  Reached  Seattle���
Efforts Fruitless Thua Far.
Seattle, Aug. 4.���Information that
S!dna Allen and Wesley Edwards, the
Virginia outlaws, were believed to be
hiding In the vicinity ot Seattle
caused tr% federal and county authorises to conduct a thorough search of
the surrounding country for the men,
but neither was found.
The flrst Information of their coming to Seattle was received a month
a <?o bv United States Marshal 3. R. H.
Jacoby from Marshal Joseph Anderson, of Salt Lake City. Anderson
wrote tbat Alien and Edwards were
headed for the home ot a kinsman
named Hatfield, living near Everett.
A deputy sheriff canvassed Snohomish
countv. but was unable to find tho
Hatfleld family.
Allen Is said to have been Been lh
Ballard, a Seattle suburb, two weeks
Fairbanks, Alaska, Aug. 4.���A. J.
Daly, Democratic national comratttee-
)<uan for Alaska, committed suicide
early today aboard a river steamboat
near Tolovana, 70 miles west of here,
while eu route from Fairbanks to the
ldltai od district. Mr. Daly shot himself tnrough the head with a revolver.
A coroner's jury at Hot Springs Landing found that Mr. Daly was temporarily insane when ne U'Ued himself,
In accordance with a roq-jeat contained In a will found on the body,
Mr. Daly wilt be buried at Hot
Iprlngs,
NEWS FROM ALBERTA
Prairie Farmer Predlots Bumper Crop
or Oats and Wheat.
"The grain crops of the prairies are
better tbls year than at any time
since tbe season of 1905," says Mr. J
M. Telford, a farmer of Gleichen,
Alberta, in a recent letter to McQuarrie Bros., who are his agents on tbe
coast. .
Mr. Telford describes the oat crop
as belnjf "magnificent." the standing
grain being over five feet six Inches
In height with heads from twelve to
eighteen Inches In length and running
about 125 busbels to tbe acre.
Wheat also gtveB promise ot a ban-
ner yield and as the grain season is
but a little oveT three week* away
the farmers are already beginning to
Che engineers in charge of the
construction work going oh near Art-
ley station- have at last succeeded in
overcoming the difficulties of tlie
tracks tmhsldlng Into the deep bog,
and the work trains are nov.- able to
use the rails once more.
lt was at this point that the B. C.
tK. R. found breakers ahead wben laying its Uurnaby Lake branch, and in
one instance the engineers of the
company fo-md the tracks had made
a drop of over twelve feet in the short
space cf one night.
Early last week several Seattle officials of the G. N. R. were eafTtaf to
the Ardley point of operations, and-'
after making an inspection gave instructions as to how the work was to
I be proceeded with.
The work of excavating tbe- sand
bluffs opposite the G. N. R. tracks on
the boundary between the city and
Cr"-'''?r:) '"s proceeding; but the ias-
jmtns'ry rt the busirress is only apparent after a personal inspection.
The steam shovel scoops two and one-
half yards at ono bite, and keeps toe-
ballasting trains busy.
The gangs cf Chinamen and Japanese clearing the brush on the brink
of the bank show that the company
is not merely supplying the ballastimx.
reeds. Measures are also in operation to shift the houses which overtop
the precipice. Probably largjer Raags--
will be employed later om
The    projected litgB    level    bridge-
across the Brunette   creek    between-
Columbia street and the North road
will   be  brought  before the  railway
commission, when  it  next visits  the
coast, which will be in January. MIS.
Meanwhile the talk of the B. SLJE.
R.  using this bridge  will  not dhmu.,
and from well Informed sources- fit ta
sa'd the company will invade the ten-
r'torv  mapped out  by  the Western
Canada Power company in   lta   line
from Vancouver to Mission.
KILLED BARTENDER
EOR $12.50 BOOH
I ago, but Bince that time -no trace t>t I picture their jirollts t& th*lr iali
I him or Edwards has been found.       I eye.
Masked Bandit Still at Laro�����Police
Give Up Quest���No Traces ot
Murderer.
Delta. Cal., Aug. 4.~THe i&ne fandlt
who murdered Frank; L. Dlmock here:
last Friday night remains at large.
After working two days on the case.
without the shadow of a- othe or ao
much as even a suspicion, half' a.
dozen detectives!, and- pollce officers
have abandoned ,the field' without
forming a theory.
Dlmock waa shot dead behind Ma
bar when he- reached'fbr hia revolver.
Instead cf putting up liis hands as the
robber had demanded. While tour
m^n stood face to the wall, their
hands above their Heads, the mashed
man stood astride the bodv.' meditatively Jfrigllng a handful of silver���
the price of d life.
Exact count today showed that h��
obtained $12.50 in coin and overfonk-
,��d  $13.50  in a- amrpprtmenf.uf Uw
I cash register.. PAQBTWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 191Z
| Classified Advertising |
���
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RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four   cents   per   word   per
week.
No   advertisement   accepted
for less" than 25c.
Birth,   death   and   marriage
notices 50c per Insertion.
TO RENT.
WHITE BOCK-CAMPS���TENTS ON
platforms with veranda' fronts, to
rent this month; also a three room
cottage. Apply to E. 11. Sands, manager for White, Shiles & Co., White
Rock.
TO RENT ��� HOUSE AT 220
Seventh street. Enquire Allenbough,
224 Seventh street.
������������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���EXPERIENCED WOMAN
for general house work. Apply 227
St. Patrick street.
WANTED���OFFICE BOY; HIGH
school boy preferred.   Bring written
��� application to H. P. Vidal & Co.,
Market Square.
WANTS!)���BY YOUNG ENGLISH-
Snan, large bedroom and breakfast
(or board) with private family.
Box 22 Daily News.	
WANTED���WAITRESS. APPLY THE
Lytton oafe.
WANTED ��� YOUNG HOY, AGE
about 15, for bakery. Muat be good
and willing worker. Apply at once,
White Bakery, 308 Tenth street.
WANTED���WORK
Japanese woman.
WASHING
l'hone COO.
IT
���WANTED -YOUNG SCOTCH GIHI.
wishes to assist with housework.
Sleep at home. Address r,ox 89
News office.
WANTED���GIRL, GOOD COOK AP-
ply Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong, U'l Sixth
street.
WANTKD-M.\iilUEL> COUPLE RE-
quire *two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family prefer; cd. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot,    l'hone 401. 	
TO RENT���NEW FOUR ROOMED
house on Sixth street; eight roomed
house cn Fourth avenue. Warner,
Bangs & Co., Phone 1024. East
Burnaby.
TO RENT���FIRST CLASS FURN1SH-
cd rooms by day or week; phone
and bath free.   654 Columbia street
(over Royal Bank ot Canada). Prices
moderate.   Phone 1099. ^^
TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
house In New Westminster. Address F. W., City Heights P. O.
TO RENT���TWO NICELY FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply ��7 Agnes street.
Telephone L C3K.
TO RENT- EIGHT HCOMED HOUSE
on Keary street, balf block from
Colombia, ou two larse lots, tor-
raced lawn, fruit' trees, etc., very
cl -Liable.   ?-���"' per month. Apply to
220 Keary street.
NOTICE!
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to Hts Royal Highnes3
the Duke of Connaught, Governor-
General of Canada, setting forth the
program cf the tour of Hl3 Royal
Highness in British Columb'a during
September and October next. Thc
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.
New 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
to 5 p. m. on 5th.
Round the
Mess Table
BY THE  MARTIAN.
Resourceful.
On moving day ��� May lst ��� many
people in various cities had much
difficulty in getting a carter to mow
their furniture. A city official of St.
John, N.B., who was unable to hire
a team to move his household effects,
was, however, equal'to the emergency.
He succeeded in getting the loan of
an express wagon.   After loading this.
According   to   a Vancouver   paper,   he got into the  shafts  himself and,
Colonel Hughes has announced the ln-   aided by a companion, who got behind
tention of the Militia  Department  to   ��"<* ������wved. h.e ^Jed>l* '7Sl
i.i, ���,mn��� ���<.mna a*A *~  through several of the principal streets
until he arrived at his new home.,^
I
do away with summer camps and to
do all drills in the evenings, terminating the training season with four or
five day3 manoeuvres under service
conditions, ln other words the rural
regiments are to be placed on the
same footing, and are to perform the
aame annual training as the City
Corps. If any credence can be given
to this report I am i^uite sure that, as
far as Ne,v Westmlhster is concerned, one of the chief hindrances to recruiting wlll have been removed. How
it will work out with the regiments
raised in the agricultural districts,
such as the Light Horse Units on the
Gave Him  a Boost.
The would-be contributor wrote-.
"Your office boy has been returning
my jokes, please look into the matter.'',
And the editor replied: "I have. He
is now  my  chiel assistant."
Had Enough.
Barber���Have  a  little tonic, sir?
During Customer���Not soother drop.
Ciiiun.J u ciuar
Good Substitute.
Edna-Did Mabel pet that six abootef
she spoke of providing herself wltb as
prairies, I would not care to say, but
in  4th  October!' should think the old plan  distinctly' ,,  protection against burglars}   Eva-
No.   Sbe got a six footer.���Judge.
-7 P.
I more workable.    But when   a city of
m. to  this size is classed as a rural  district j
I It becomes a farce and shows that the |
FOR KENT -LARGE, AIRY. WELL
lighted room, 30X80 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for off'ce or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh
street.
TO REJJT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeplnp rooms, lint and cold water.
Applv room '.��. Knights of Pythias
hall, Corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.      ROYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTICD��� ROOMERS AND BOARD
ers.   38 Hastings sli eet.
JTO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom* furnished. Terms reasonable.    '('20 Aprcs street.
TO RENO1���FURN13HED BOARDING
house, i Address Bov 705 City.
WVNTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPL^
cafe,   oppobite C. P. R
FOR   RENT���OFFICES   ON    SIXTH
street     opposite    Dominion    Trusl
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
���For Cement Blocks, Brick Chimneys. Laundry Tubs, Basements and
Sanitary Plastic Flooring, see i. \V.
MdCallum, Westminster Trust Blk.,
New Westminster.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
snitahle for two uentiemen or light
housekeeping. Apply J13 Seventh
street. ;
= INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO,
FOR SALE
KOR QUICK SALE���OWNER NEED.3
the money. Lots 6, 7 and S, block 2,
rcsubdivision of block 1, D. L. 25.
group 1, New Westminster. $S0iJ
caBh, or IJ25 terms. Apply W. H.
Smedley, Box SOS Nelson, B.C.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE. BIOS-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 fofct
lane; water and light; $1450. Sinill
payment, balance monthly. Also ofle
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
There are persons wbo are not ae��
tors, not speakers, but influences.���
Kmerson.
Robson via Arrowhead
9 p. m. on 6th October.
Nelson���Morning cf 7th October till  conditions here must have been gross-
noon on same day. |ly  misrepresented  to  headquarters.   1
Kootenay Landing���6 p. ta. on 7th,  am quite sure that there was not one
leaving early next day. I man in A and   B Companies   of   thc
Provincial Secretary's Office, Victoria,   Sixth   Regiment, at   the   time   when
Eth July, 1912, thay were formed into the nucleus of
���___________    I the 104th who was earning his living
  , .. gSBBBa | in agricultural pursuits, but one   and
CITY    OF     NEW    WESTMIN3TER. lull were working in the city.    These I
  I men all claim  that when   they were |
Local Improvement Notice���Widening ! asked to transfer and to sign the ser-1
of  Cemetery Street. I vice roll    of the    H)4th thut    it was
The Municipal Council of the   City j never pointed out to them in any way | ^kyonr j!������'* '  .    __
of New Westminster, having by reso- i that tbeir conditions of service would j the marvi.l, accept no
Every Woman
In tntoretted and ciiould know
about tba wonilardnl
Marvel *K'""�� &*
Douche
lution determined and specified that it
IB desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say:
To purchase certain properties In
order that Cemetery street may be
widened from Cumberland Street to
Alberta Sireet. And that sad works
hc carried out in acordanee with the
provisions of the "Local Improve
ment General Hylaw 1012."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Councl
���n accordance v.!Ui the provisions of
'.he M;d  by-law upon the said wor-i;
for I'.lno-
be  di lie rent, and  that they  wc-.-c un-1 oiher, bnt ��un1 ntaoi]
der the impression   that   they would  p^SS^^essTt^iiifias
Continue  to serve  as City   MlBtta.     in | to lud.ca.WINDSon SUPPLY CO.. Windsor, Ont
fact, they claim that they drilled   all) cnemi Aeouu for Canada.
winter  under   that   Impression,   and i -- __ ' 	
Uien  were informed that in order   to i
earn any  pay  they must gr�� to enn:- NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
for twelve days.   A large number.left 	
; Pursuant    to    the    Creditors    Trust
j the Regiment, some went to camp
and lost their jobs, a few were   per-
' haps, more fortunate, but thc fact rp-
mains, and is very obvious, that   the
I regiments ability to get  recruit3 has
; been   practicaly   a   minus    quantity
Deeds  Act  and   Amending   A;ts.
notice is hereby given tha'.
STARKS LIMITED, carrying on busi
ness as Dealers in Boots, Shoes, etc.
. at No. 823 Granville Street and No
jiving statements showing the since that time. Many have been lt-,6 Cordova Street West, Vancouver
amounts estimated to ho chargeable granted discharges before the pxpira- j rj. p., and at No. 445 Columbia Street
against the various port'ona of real , tion of their term of service for the i New Westminster, B. C, has by deed
prefperty to be benefited by the said mere asking, and yet are still In town ' dated 20th July, 1912, assigned all its
work and other parti-eulars nnd the whicli looks rather as though the au- P8tate, real and personal credits and
saul report of the said Ctty Engineer thorlties are awsfre that these men|en-ectg t0 n^LPH CLARK, of Vancou
and Cily Assessor having been adopt- , have a legal cause for complaint, and | ver> jj q _ Salesman for the purpose
ed by the Council. I do not care to refuse.   The old hands | 0f satisfying rateably and proportion-
Notice is hereby given that the have mostly lett, other.* are net join- j ately and without preference or pri
said report is open for inspection at j jng t0 flll their places, and yet we i ority atl ju creditors.
the office of the City Assessor. City] used to have tvo completed and well- ^ND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hall, Columbia Street. New Westmln-j drilled companies here until the for-1 that a meeting of the creditors of the
ster, B. C. and that unless a petition ; mation cf the 104th. Since then, par-1 Ba-l(] starks Limited will be held al
aga'nst the proposed v.crk above j a(je afler parade has been held with i the office of Ames Holden McCreadv
Tient'cncd signed by a majority of the  anything from three to a dozen turn- I Limited, at No.  403   Cordova   Street
FOR SALE���FORTY ACRE FARMS,
short distance up the coast; handy
salt water; uncleared, J15 per acre;
all cleared, $25 per acre; on very
easy terms. This land Is level and
the soil is first class. Come ln and
let me arrange to take you up to
see this land. Party leaving Friday.
Jas. A. Graham, Dominion Trust
Building, New Westminster, Room
18, Telephone 977. Open evenings
till 9:30. |
FOR SALE���LADY'S TRUNK, FIRST
class, full skirt length, nearly new.
Price greatly reduced. Reid & McDonald's. ��� !
FOIt SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop and chickens, Jl fitilt trees
full bearing; lot 5. 50x132 feet, Harden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1360; very
easy0 ter ms.    Apply on premises.
FOIt SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMKDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N��� News office.
B'.JU OCrtS ATTENTION���We have a
choice build'ng lot on Sixth avenue,
facing on two streets,50x140. Fine
proposition for two houses. Can be
bought at snap pr.ee. Call and see
us.
THREE LOTS ON WISE ROAD���
each ?,4>145 to lane; SOUO cash.
Terms for balance.    No. 41.
LARGE eight roomed cottape. completely modern, furnace, laundry,
fully and comfortably furnished
throughout. $6500; one-third cash.
Terms 6, 12, 13 and 24 months. No.
57.
FINE SIXTH STREET LOT. COX
119.75 fcr $2600; thtrd cash; terms
6. 12 and IS months. Tiiis is a
money-maker.
FINE BURNMTY I 0~. 50x1SC���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.
COOD    SIX    ROOMED    COTTAGE���
Handy to car; $2600. Small cash
payment, balance to arrange. No.
46.
BURNABY LOT, close in, 47x133, partly cleared. $800; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months. No. 43.
See Us About Highland Home.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
most new.   408 Fifth street.
FOK SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner pas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 205. P. O. Box 777.
nvrers rf the land or real property to ��� |ng out   an(] when the   annual   camn : West   V
he assessed or charged in respect of j c.une round   [ am  credibly   informed I day of A
-.uch works representing at least one-  tllat w ith the exception  of a few old
'���alf in value thereof Is presented to |-stand-by" non-commisV.oned  oncers,
'he Council within lifteen days from   the rankl)  were chiefly   filled   by   a
he date of  the  Brat   publication   "t ' hastily rounded up collector. Df  High
'his  notice   the  Council  will  proceed   Seilc0]  ho>s,  many  of whom,  if   this
with the proposed  improvements  un-   inupfd be true_ nu;st have been un(ler
Acr such terms and  conditions as tc . a���(,
(he payment of the cost of such lm I     By  the  tl feach   h(^
provements as the v ouncl may bv by-   q,,arters.    they   are   apt   to    become
law  in  that  behalf  regulate and   de '
'ermine and aUo to make the sad as
lessmert.
Dated this 23rd Any of Jilv. 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON,
AcHng Citv Clerk
Date of first  publication   2 Ith   July
1912.
ancouver, B. C. on the   3sd
August, 1912. at the hour of 10
o'clock In the forenon.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all persons, firms and corpora
tions having claims against the said
Starks Limited are required to for
ward particulars of the same duly ver
ified by statutory declaration to tL.
said Ralph Clark addressed to him a
No. 403 Cordova Street West, Vancou
somewhat garbled, and the minister j ver, B. C, on or before the 3rd day of
| of militia has done the best thing pos- ��� September, 1912, and that all persons
| sible by coming out and gathering in-1 indebted to the said Starks Limited
��� formation first-hand. His soldier's j are required to pay the amount due
| eye will soon size up the situation i by them to the said Ralph Clar'.i
i and then he will doi-btless dole   out | forthwith. ,
relief with a practiced hand. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1 hardly think the time is ripe yet, I that after the said 3rd day of Septem
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council   of the City
of New Westminster having by reso , ,      ,
lution determined and spec-fled that it   Udners. Abbotsford  and  other   een-
's desirable to carry out the following I lJea '" .the "&** ot llJe Fra3er- whlU;
but what undoubtedly must come ln
the near future is Uie formation of a
regiment with headquarters and two
or three companies ln Chilliwack
(they have a brass band there already), and  companies  in Cloverdale,
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranees on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per w��>ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD RING SET WITH
moon stone, on Queens park oval
Saturday afternoon. Please return
to Box 93 News office.
CITY     Or    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Extending  Reservoir.
The Corporation invites tenders for
building a concrete  wall  around  the
High Level Reservoir, Sapperton.
Plans and Specification! and further Information enn be obtained from
the office of the City Engineer.
Tenders to be accompanied by t
(Check cf 5 per cent of the value cf
lender.
T'-ndorn to be deposited with the
���Citv Clerk not later than r> o'clock on
Itbe 12th day of August. 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
LM-y IW1. July 29, 1912.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Fnr  Bale���New  4-roomed  house  and
lot;    everything   modern;   bathroom
electric light   and    city    water, with
large basement.   $22u0 cash.
For Sale.��� Flve-roomed house and lot.
one   block   from    car;    $1800,    good
terms.
For Sale���Two cleared lots, one block
from car; $750 each, good terms.
For Rent -Suite of 8 rooms, right on
carline, $18 a month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
where both  PLATE   and
PRICE will PLEASE.
WHITE LABOR ONLY,
HOMT: COOKING.
ABOVE T. .1. TRAPP & CO.
Coner  Lorne and Columbia Streets.
��vorks, that is to say:
To grade, pave, lay cement sidewalks, curbs, storm sewerB, gutters,
trains, water mains, instal electric
lighting systems and any other work
contingent thereto on the following
streets:
Sixth Avenue from 4th to 6th street.
Sixth Street trom 4th to 6th Ave
nue.
Fifth Street from 3rd to Cth Avenue.
Leopold Place from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
Queen's Avenue from lst to Cth
Street.
Sixth Street from Front to Colum
bia Street.
Regina Street from 1st to 4tl-
itreet.
Fourth Street frcm Columbia
Streel to Royal Avenue.
McKenzie Street from Front Stree
o Columbia Street.
And tbat said works be o-iT'ed nv
j  -i  accordance with the provisions o'
he "Local Improvement General   B"
aw 1912."
And the nty Engineer ami City As
lessor having reported to the Counci'
-1 accordance with the provisions ot
he said bylaw upon the said work;
[Ivlng statements showing t'ie
imounta estimated to be chargeable
igainst the various portions of real
roperty to be benefited by the sa'd
���orl.s and other particulars und the
iid reports of the said City Engineer
"-d Cltv Assessor having been adopt-
d by the Council.
Notice la hereby given that the said
^"orts are open for inspection at the
free of the City Assessor, City Hall,
olumbia Street, New Westminster, B.
'.. and that unless a petition against
lie proposed works above  mentioned
igned by a majority of the owners of
he land or real property to   be as-
essed or charged In respect of such
lorks representing at least one-half
i value thereof Is presented   to the
'ouiicil within fifteen days from the
late of the   firBt publication   of this
notice the Council wlll proceod with
he    proposed    Improvements   under
inch terms and conditions as to the
payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Councll may by bylaw ln
��� hat   behalf  regulate  and   determine
md also to make the said assessment.
Dated thia 23rd day of July, 1912.
J, B. RUSHTON,
Acting Olty Clerk.
Dritf*  of first   publication   July   24th,
1912.
New Westminster  raises   a regiment
of her own under the service conditions of City Militia.    The men here
are the same as those in other places
and flnd just as much difficulty in getting two weeks leave from   tlieir employers in order to be able   to  go tt
camp,    lt has always   seemed to me
anyway, to have been   an   enormous
waste cf money to take the men long
distances l from here to Kamloops to-
wit)   in  order to  teach   them   s-piad
Irill. as was the case last year. This--
ould be better done at headquarters
and the idea to get through   all   the
preliminary   training   at    heme    and
then wind up with a few dayn of ac
���iial fleld wcrk is the brightest   that
'ias been put forward by any ministe;
���:f militia as yet, as well as b">ng b;.
ir the  most   economical.      When   a
hing is thoroughly taught   In theory
t  dees not  take long to learn  to ap-
��� lv it in nract'ce, and much   e-.in   bi
���,...,. .);.-, ^   ov   ..'"ins  of   lectures
'c.   1 rr-.- the winter evenings.     H
���!1 winter ;3 spent In drill, elenientar;-
���a'n'i; ���   ��������� '. led   ������'���-!   ard   every yea-
.-���n.e s- ,h 'luteal   scheme, such   a
as carried ot:t by the 6th and  72ne'
his st"ri'.rr. terminates  the traininr
���eason. it ���lit not tie long before wi
iave a militia which Is ready to taki
lie field at a-iy moment, and   to   gi
nvwl-ere. and wbat cin onlv be con
itdered  a somewhat   doubtful   orna
���eent  pt present   will  become   a  rea
scild f'ictor in the    defence   of   thi
.ountry.
Two Initials en Silver.
The time honored custom of having
the bride's Initials only marked on sli
ver that Is received as wedding gifts
Is giving place to the novel fashion
of having tbe husband's Initials also
nppenr In the engraving. This Is not
really new. but a revival of a custom
that bus long prevnlled In Ireland.
The scheme Is to hnve tbe Initials
nf tbe husband's surname used, and
the Initial of tbe given name of both
husband and wife. The three letters
may be engraved on tbe silver In the
form of a triangle, wltb tbe husband's
surname letter nt the top nnd the oth
er two letters nt the lotwr corners,
with the character "&" between them
Many brides like the Iden. Hiid the
engravers In the fashionable Jewelry
stores say they nre kept busy making
weddlug silver In such fashion.
ber, 1912. the assignee will proceed tc
distribute the assets of the estate
among the parties entitled theretc
having regard only to tbe claims duly
verlfed of which he shall then have
received notice, and will not be re
sponsible for the assets or any pari
thereof bo distributed to any person
or persons of whose debt or claim he
shall not then have received notice by
duly verified claim.
DATED this 22nd July, 1818.
HARRIS BULL HANN1NGTON ,*
MASON. '
Sollctitors for the assignee
01TY     OF     tfEW    WESTMINSTER.
Loeal  Improvement Notice���Improve
ment of Nanaimo Street.
The Municipal   Council of the Clt.y
>f New Westminster, having by reso
lution determined and specified thai
t Is desirable to carry out the follow
ng works, that Is to say:
Purchasing certain properties when
necessary   in   order   tuat    Nanaiiw
Ureet mav be strrlghtened to a um
rorm width of 60 feet between UU
and 12th Streets. ,
And that said works be carried on
n accordance with the provisions ol
'he "Local Improvement General By
law, 1912." .   _,,,
And  the   City Engineer  and  t��
\ssessor    having    reported   to   hm
���ounc'l in acordanee with the provts
ons of tbe said bylaw upon the sate
works giving statements showing tn<
imounta estimated to be cWlrgeaou
against the various portions of rea
property to be benefited by tl,e18*'
works and other part'ciilars and tne
said report of tbe said City Bnglnw
and City Assessor having been aaopi
��d by the Councll. ,A
Notice Is hereby given that ������"
report Is open for Inspection at, in��
office of the City Assessor, City nau
Columbia Street, New Westminster
It. C, and that unless a petltlor.
igainst the proposed wdrk above mentioned signed by a majority or in��
owners of the land or real property \x
be assessed or charged In �����P��01^
such works representing at least one-
half ln value thereof IS presented to
the Council within fifteen days from
the date of the first publication ot
this notice the Council will proceed
with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to
.the payment of the oost of such improvements as the 'Council may oy
bylaw in that behalf regulate and de
termlne and also to make the said as
sessmeni, -'���
Dated thiB 23rd day ot July, 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON.
Acting Cltv Clerk.
Date of first   publication   24th  July,
1912. v
There are no dead flies
lying about when
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
are used as directed.
All Druggists, Grocers and General Dealers sell them.
I. O.   ifgp   0_F.
NOTICE.
The members of Royal City Lod^e
No. 3, und Amity Lodge No. 27, 1. O.
O. F��� wishing to participate^, in the
visit to Western Star Lodge No. 202,
Belllngham. oil Monday, August Gth,
1912, please phrtie or write A. M
Farsonu (Phone L440), who wlll furnish all the necessary Information. The
brethren will meet al the Great Northern station. Train leaves at 4:28
p.m.
. Sojourning brethren are cordially
invited to join with the local brotheri
iu the trip to Bellingham.
A. M. PARSONS.
Chairman.
CLEAN FRESH
STOCK
We aim to carry a
full line. We also
will deliver ihem
for you. Call in or
Telephone 1100.
C. E. HUNTER
01 NEW BAKERY
IS
A
SUCCESS
t
No handling our bread as it is wrapped in beautiful white paper as soon
as It leaves the oven. All kinds of
f'Ske* Rolls and Puna. Let us send
y.,,! a sample.
826 Fourth St.
TELEPHONE 735.
CDMOMDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 8��J
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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Nature's Noblemen-
Pioneers  of Empire
BY T.  H.  DODSON.
mining such a state of affairs to con- charge of the new Cariboo  organiza
"Conquering,  holding, daring, venturing,
As we go the unknown ways,
Pioneers, 0, Pioneers!"
���W. Whitman.
Deep down In the heart of man the
pioneering Instinct ls strong as the
first law of nature Itself. Ever restless and full of yearning for the abld
ing places that know not the ways of
the city and the .promised lands of the
unknown.
Moved by unexplalnable promptings
from without we find, In all ages from
time to Ume, greater or lesser migrations o. mon, as well as
mals, ft jm !-e older and more settled
lands and habitations to the new and
unexplored.
Geologists furnish us with abundant
evidence that tbis can also be said
with regard to plant aa well as animal
movements, from place to place, for
countless ages, due no doubt to
changes of climate and environment,
thousands of years before human record dates and deals with the comings
and goings of man.
"Get thee out of thine own country, and from thy kindred, and from
thy father's house into a land that I
wlll show thee," is as mysterious, yet
clear-cut and distinct, filling the
minds cf the pioneers of today with
its prompting message as It was In
tbe days of Abraham of old���probably
the first of the world's pathfinders of
whose pioneering we possess authentic knowledge.
With a little stretch .of the Imaginative faculty we can picture with the
eye of the mind the loading of camels
with the treasured belongings ot
these hardy and adventurous people
who were about to start on thefr journey for their new land, the saddling
of asses for their riders, and finally
when all was ready, the last farewell
of loved ones and the pioneering Abraham and his family soon left behind
their old home in Chaldea, by the
river Euphrates, Just as many of us'
todav have watched the modern emigrant and his wondering wee kiddles
boarding the ship that is to carry
them to the new lands beyond the
seas where all men Btand ln the sun,'
and each carves out hls fragment of
the magic thing we call Empire, until
passing notice in the paper that another old-timer has gone to hit
fathers, wher^ there ls no more wilderness, and no more fire and flood
and who shall say the world has noi
lost a good and faithful servant?
MEDALS   OF   MERIT.
tlnue,
The British Government, he sa'd, 13
keeping in the closest touch with the
'Jnited States in this matter, and pub-
.ic. opinion ln thc United States would
indcubtedly pro%s a potent factor in
.he preventing of a recurrence.
It has been arranged for the British
and American consuls to leavo together on Aug. 5 for Putumayo, and
.he consuls' presence in that district
would be a guarantee that the horrors
would not be repeated without the
world knowing it.
CURING    BURGLARS.
Two Saskatchewan tcouts Were Dec
orated for Life Saving.
Medals of merit have been awarded
to two Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Scouts for life saving. Leader Stanley Thompson, of the St. Briavel's
Troop, with four other scouts wan
bathing In the River Wye, when Lead
er. Harold Keedwell went tn with a
lower anl-1Pa*r ot waterwlLgs.
One of the scouts called to him that
the wings were on wrong, and he
tried to touch bottom, but could not
do so, as the water was nine feet
deep. Then somehow he managed to
let go the wings and went under. Seeing that his companion was ln trouble, Thompson, who could swim a little, Immediately went tQ his assistance, but was pulled under by Keed
well.
Eventually however, he managed tc
tow Keedwell to the bank, and was
awarded the medal for this action.
Leader E. Till leclved the decoration
for pluckily plunging Into six feet of
water and rescuing a little girl from
drowning.
3y Novel Method���Surgery Restores
Honesty.
Minneapolis, Aug. 4.���In an operation today on the skull of John Howard, aged 21, a burglar, who has urged
physicians to operate In order that he
might become an honest citizen, two
local physicians removed a tumor
vhich was pressing upon his brain,
besides lifting a depression of the
bone over the right temple.
At tbe City Hospital lt was said that
tlie operation was successful, and that
t was believed Howard would be
sured ot kleptomania.
tion, having floats that will illustrate j
the growth of British Columbia from
the day when the red man   was  the |
sole Inhabitant up to the present time
of civilised prosperity.
It will show the Indians and   their;
original   method   of  living,   the   en- j
trance of the fur trader and  trapper,
the great Cariboo rush for gold in the i
north, scenes of their work and camp '
life   and   modern   civilization   where
naught but the red man and the wilderness existed before.     There will be
baseball, lacrosse, polo, tennis, cricket
and other games, the contests to take
place  between  organizations   of  the
various towns   In this  and   adjoining!
districts.
A magnificent display of f:reworks
has been arranged for, a big merchants' parade will take place and on
the last night the 19th, will be the
great carnival where confetti will
cover the streets and every one will
give up the night to tun and frivolity.
CALL OF THE WE8T
MORE   FitUIT   INSPECTORS.
tqday lt stands without parallel in the   Charlotte Islands
history of the world for extent,   for |
wealth, for commerce, and all that is
best in c'vilization when   due   allowance has been made for genera", human Infirmity.
Out into the trackless wilderness
featlesslv treads the pioneer, with the
home-making Instinct dpminatlngly
strong within hlm, and he "toll.i with a
Four and a Chief to Be Appointed
Forthwith.
Vancouver, Aug. 4.���Mr. J. A. Rud
dick, chief frui t Inspector and cold
storage Inspector of the Dominion
Government, returned yesterday from
Prince Rupert, where he went in connection with the establishment of
cold storage enterprises there. He
stated that the plant of the Canada
Flsh and Cold Storage Company,
which has just been completed, is one
of the finest and most modern in the
Dominion.
Acordlng to the Cold Storage Act
the federal government gives subsidies to all such enterprises after they
have been Inspected and proved to be
up to a certain standard. While
north he also looked into two other
applications for a subsidy, one at
: lay sport    and  the other on    Queen
Last Year's Demand for Men Exceeded
by 10 000.
Edmonton, Aug. 4.���Fifty-seven thousand flve hundred harvest hands, in
addition to those now on the ground,
will be required In the pralrle provinces to gather this season's crop.
This ls 11,000 more men than were required last year. It is estimated that
the wheat crop alone will be fully
250,000,000 bushels. Most of the extra
helo will come from Eastern Canada
and the United States. The machines
will be sent Into the fields between
Aug. 10 and 15, and the cutting should
be In full sway about Aug. 20. This
program will put all grains, including
oats, barley and flax, ln stock by September 15, fully thee weeks ahead of
previous seasons. Hundreds of thousands of acres of land have been added to the wheat area ln Alberta and
neighboring provinces in the last 12
months, and aa many more are devoted to mixed farming, dairying, hog
raising and poultry growing.
Old follis vho need something
of the kind, find
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Mr. Ruddick announced that he had
completed arrangements for a more
efficient Inspection of fruit in the
province. Instead of one Inspector
henceforth there would be four, one
on Vancouver Island, another in Vancouver and New Westminster, one in
the  Interior   and a   chief   inspector
Cause Enough.
"WhenjJ was shipwrecked in South
America, said Captain Bowsprit. "IJ
came across a tribe of wild women
who had no tongues." .   ,
"Mercy!" cried otie of his listeners
of the fair sex. '.'How could they
talk?" '     ]
"They couldn't!" snapped the t>I.J
salt.    'That's what made  'em wild.'!
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 986. 743 Front St.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Borneo  Brides.
In Borneo the bride and groom sit
on metal log., before the priest, who
gives them cigars and betel wliile lie
blesses them. He waves above them
two fowls bound together. The bridegroom then places the betel in his
bride's   mouth   and   a  cigar   between
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
They would not only inspect the qual-1 her lips.    They are married.
v. Hi ** .t Is good to behold, **lilj)B to ��� Ity of fruit being packed, but also that i
himself comfort in the belief that \-Meh was being shipped Into the|
each flying chip and each added fur-  country. ';.. \St -
row count one In the great scheme of .. ���    ���   ���-
world destiny.   When sunset seals Vne | MEDICAL   RECIPROCITY.
day's toil with darkness   the   starlit I '	
���v<-- ijj t^-; Omnipresent loo'it down on Is New Assured���Coir position cf New
Vl�� ki.�� V.nesa and he sleeps with the , Council',
hope thai springs eternal in the hu- Ottawa, Aug. 4.���Mfcdical reciproc-
man breast that all will be well, and I ity throughout Canada is now assured
one'day the homestead will smile, and|a3 a result cf all the provinces hav-
nc-i^hbcrs will arrive to share hlslso-|ing accepted by concurrent legisla
Iation. His watchword is work, and j tlon the Canada Medical act. This
bis motto is God.- No charm has tho .act was passed in 1911 after many
elusive King Illusion for our pioneer. I years of agitation and the overcom-
a king who never abdicates, and lng of "much opposition. Briefly stat-
whotse throne never totters for thev ed the act provides for a Dominion
who would be rich without labor, and | Medical Council and enables any
whose name In all ages is legion. Our . physictans certified by it to practice
pioneer works, and his womnn weeps. I in any province of the Dominion,
for his king Is stern Reality, and ! Heretofore there have been separate
every grain of human grit is scraped provincial councils and a doctor In
toEether with grim and real deter- j Quebec, for instance, could not prac
minal'on to meet every assailing vie-! t<ce in Ontario without passing a sep-
lasltude Success and failure, jov and arate examination,
sorrow ' follow hard on each other's i The new council iB to be composed
heels  but loving snd mutual compan-  0f three members residing In different
nnshin   reign  supreme,   and   life   Is  provinces to be appointed by the Qo-
taken as thev find it minion Government, two representing.
Fach dav begins anew tbat cease-1 each province, one from each univer-
io���� nirht' for survival, and thnt ultl-; B1ty of medical schools having an ar-
mate consummation of the lonely plo- rangement with a university for con-
peer vlsloned In the smiling home- ferrlng degrees in medicine and three
LtV��d carrying with it that most com- representing the homeopathic. The
fnrtint of all earthly assurance that | tPrn of office will be for four years
he sunset of lite shall  be  sheltered j The candidates for examination   ���-"
heneath hls own rooL and with   his  elect to be examined
tired and weary feet standing tight on   n8h 0r French.
    whilst
Mr. O. H. Rathburn ls not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion'Match Co.,
Ltd.   The public wlll kindly take due \
notice of the above.
tS'.gned)
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Gild.d   ES��V ... ^m.
In Persia It 1s tlie evutoni irvtrtaVe '
present of tggi richly gild.-d and
painted. The Persians give presents
Vf eng* on the first day of the new
fist, ''because the egg marks the
beginning of  things."
The Answer Was Easy.
Old Roxleigh���You must be less ex-
Vravagant. How do you expect to get
alona when ynu are my age?
His Son���Well, father, I suppose by
that time I shall have your money to
tret aloi".' with.
TO HOUS& MOVERS
KAMLOOPS CENTENARY
Tenders are Invited ��cv the removal
of three houses, and outbuildings, j
situate on District lot 1, group 1, Bur-1
naby, on the North road.
Particulars of the same with specifications may be seen at the residence
of Mr. George Hardy, on the North
road.
Sealed tenders to be delivered by
6 p.m. on the Fifth day of August
next, addressed to
THOMAS HARDY.
General Delivery,
New Westminster.
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It is your inalienable right to demand in a range-
Economy, Promptness and Satisfaction. It ia your
privilege to expect the same attention, progress and
efficiency in the things you use in your daily work as
have been brought about in other and often less
important lines of endeavour.
The Gurney-Oxford is the foremost example of cook*
ing efficiency.
The Gurney Economizer regulates all the drafts by
lifting or dropping one small lever. It keeps the fire
alive for hours with practically no coal consumption.
It saves 1 ton of coal in 6.. The Gurney Economizer
is found only on the Gurney-Oxford range.
The Gurney-Oxford Oven is absolutely and always
heated the came on all sides and in all corners because
the heat h evenly distributed. S
This is. a sure and unfailing guarantee that whatever
comes out of the Gurney-Oxford Oven is crisp and
light and delicious���tins is the final test and the point
most often advanced by those who cook on a Gurney-
Oxford, those who believe it is woman's right and
privilege to have in her kitchen the labor, time and
money saving principles embodied in the Gurney-
Oxford.
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ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
for
In
The
jars,
may
either Eng-
hi. own freehold; whilst lovel subjects of the fickle jade King Illusion
lia the game is up. find theo��We��
besears and bondmen at the shrine
Sf'povertv, obsessed-with thebsuBt-
ing apprehension that when the inex
Kble reaper, death, walks around U
will be to open the portals of a new
existence commencing just whe^they
fit off here. No human erlstenoe crj
romnlrtelv Po0ape hla honest share of
?����. Vr'h-ite Mind work or bodv
Suw'ml ponton of mojd.
Tnd yoor Pioneer manfuliv selects  he
hXteTthnhorreofBh aVri'feTlK
NO MOUNTED  POLICE.
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scent of nev-nvwB   hay
more grain
msSSZs the brokeB  eto man
^Cns^nt a. common daylight In
ffi shene?he llves��ont the  simple
SaTtiSsrfUK to'be less da,
i!o-nrn to talk of the early days. One
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cities
Great   Preparations   Being   Made
Events  Next  Month.
The great subject under discussion
at the present time is the Centenary-
celebration that Ia to be held September 17, 18 and 19. Under present conditions there is no question but that It
will be the greatest celebration ever
held In the province. Ample funds
have been raised for prizes and expenses; the Duke of Connaught will
be here on Sept. 17 to dedicate the
new $140,000 hospital which will be
completed by that time.
One of the great features of the
celebration wil be a great  parade In
Andrew Clausen  j*ui,ders
Contractors
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Saya South Vancouver.
South Vancouver. Aug. 4.���The demands of the Board of Trade and the
ratepayers of Ward 1 for a mounted
'���onstabulary for the municipality, and
for Increased facilities for protection
against criminals were rejected bv thf
police committee today for lack of
funds to carry, out the projected improvements.
The utmost which the councillors
believed that they could promise was/j
that telephones should be Installed H|
the homes of Chief Jackson and the
other members of the police force
who did not already have them.
CHURCHILL  COMING.
Invitation
Cabinet   li
raTe'dnn-d and conquered, yet with
of Canadian
Accepted.
Ixmdon, Aug. 4.���Rt. Hon. Winston
Churchill wIR fltttke it visit to Canada,
and lt ia expected that he will proceed
to the Dominion on a warship. The
Canadian premier, Rt. Hon. Robert L.
Borden, at a meeting of the committee on Imperial defence, last n ght,
whloh was attended by the British
prime minister and most of the members of /the cabinet, extended an invitation1 to the ministers to visit Can-
* Mr. ABqifltft said that he would not
men and wo- (be abie to go, but Mr. Churchill accepted.-
Sir Edward Grey, the Foreign Secretary speaking ln the House ot Commons yesterday ou the atrocities In
connection with tbe rubber industry
ln the Putumayo district, said that the
. ,  iu, ,��  would  be  no  *.*���*��� ������  u> mc , *,,*.,,,,,,..,, ,,,.,,���
����h n    theirmodern  comforts  andf Brltlsh. Government.^ not desire to
���nnl L    nnuences  where once  was reBt content with    making the fac s
��ri��o J andthe unknown ways.        public,  but    had  done  all    possible
n,.��hf one they pass quietly out ln- through dlplbmatlc means to Impress
t   the G����t Unknown, with just  a Peru with the  undeslrablllty  of per-
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MONDAY, AUGUCT 5, 1912.
VISITS AND  DEFENCE.
The announcement that the flrst
lord of the admiralty, Mr. Winston
Spencer Churchill, ls to visit Canada.
very shortly wlll be hailed gladly by
all who have been following the trend
of the conferences between the Canadian ministers and the British government upon the subject of Canada's
participation in Empire defence.
Hia visit does but serve to
strengthen the opinion frequently expressed both in these pages nnd
throughout Canada and the entire Empire that the German peril is real.
lt is a contorting, but vain belief
to think that by determining to take
v.o part in war, the consequences of
war will not make themselves uncomfortably felt. And yet this living In a
fool's paradise Is Indulged In by a
large section of the people of the
oversea dominions of the Empire, to
a greater or less extent. In British
African     possessions     alone     these
Horace Greeley, of the The New York
Tribune. The latter was invited to
Cleveland in 1854 by the Library Association ln order to give a lecture on
education. There was nothing of
politics discussed. Next day The
Plain Dealer editorially announced
that God never made Greeley to speak
above a whisper, and continued: "His
articulation and enunciation are such
as would degrade almost any boy in
our public schools. His gestures wero
studiously awkward, and his manner
cr wetting his fingers, preparatory to
turning over the leaves of his enormous manuscript, was anything but
agreeable. Seriously, the lecture, I
from beginning to end, had nothing
original In it. on which it wa3 made i
up, clothed in language to render a
repetition of them either useful or j
palpably entertaining." In another I
place Mr. Gray said that Chapin's j
Hall was "quite full, fuller than it
ever will be again when Horace Greeley lectures." I
It must not be understood that this
style of dealing with one's political
opponents was confined to Cleveland.
The Publlc Library has some old files
of Toronto papers wherein the flailing was no less vigorous.
The country grows In Intelligence
and refinement, and the press loses
no whit of fighting power by the exercise of self-restraint. ��� Toronto
News.
NAAS VALLEY FARMS
KOW TO BE SETTLED
Vancouver Firm Pia-ing Sixty Thous
and Acres on Market Upon
Attractive Terms.
Atlas E.Z. Seal Fruit Jars
This jar is especially recommended  to the housewife.    It la an
all-glass package, absolutely sanitary.   "Seals with a touch."
PINTS, per doien   $L03
QUARTS, per dozen  $1.25
HALF GALLONS, per dozen           . .$1.65
WAIT FOR OUR PRICE ON PEACHES.    IT WILL SURPRISE YOU
CARLOAD COMING
TME PEOPLE'S GROCER
THREE   BIG   STORES:
City 605 Columbia street. 8appertor>���317 Columbia street,
West End���Corner Twelfth street and Sixth avenue.
SPUR TRACK CONTROVERSY
Two
FAVORED  SECTION   OF B. C.
Lack  of Capital  and   Population  Has
thoughts find no room, but while thej
Australasian countries have for many > Held Back Development of
years past looked upon war with Ger- District,
many as something more than a pos-1
sibility, and have taken steps to pre- j ~
pare for it and so prevent it, wo in
Canada have only spasmodically had
our attention directed to the danger.
Therefore   if Mr. Churchill's   visit
Plar.3 for the immediate sale of 00,-
000 acres of valuable land in the
Naas valley, both in large and small
tracts antl Improved tarms, were
made public today. The Dominion
further arouses the country to a sense b^cck and _yonci corporation, Ltd., one
of its danger, and cf its duty, it will  Cf the largest land companies in Brit
Petitions Being Circulated���
Settlement Tonight.
East Burnaby. Aug. 4.���Much speculation is being made in the district regarding the Fourth avenue spur track,
permission for the laying of same be-
ng under consideration by the muni-
lipal council. Following the protest
���if several of the residents of the district at the council meeting last Monday evening, two petitions have been
jlreulated among the ratepayers, and
iccordtng to report, both are receiv-
ng a liberal number of signers.
One prominent citizen when seen
vesterday expressed his disapproval
igainst such a move in protesting the
laying of a switch. "Burnaby." he
:-i'id "wants all the industries she can
ret. and if Messrs. Cliff & Sons, In
���he event of the council repealing its
decision, decide to move their plant
to New Westminster, it will be Burnaby's loss ami Westminster's gain."
The agreement between the company and the municipality specificallv
states that any person or firm would
iave the privilege of loading and unloading cars on the spur track.
The final vote on the matter is expected to be arrived at in the council
chamber tomorrow evening.
SOCCER  MEN GATHER
Senior Amateurs to  Debate Relationship with Vancouver.
The executive of the Senior Ama
teur soccer league will hold Its firs'
meeting in the National Sports club
Vancouver, on Tr.esday, August 13
The Westminster Senior Amateur.-
will hold a ineeting on Tuesday
night of this week to discuss thf
situation, and to decide whether the;
will again enter the league.
At the present time some llttl-
doubt exists among the members a
to whether it would be advisable t
throw ln their lot with the Vaneouve
teams following the several raw deal*
handed the locals toward the close oi
the season of 1911-12.
In the event of the team disbanding
the different members will be signer
on bv the teams in the city leagu*
which is said to be due for a success
ful season. The Moose are plannim
to enter the race and if they can de
liver the goods in soccer as well as-
in baseball they should be stronr
contenders for the pennant.
FAMOUS OARSMAN.
CANADIAN DRUGGISTS
MEET IN VANCOUVER
not have been made in vain apart altogether from the greater results
which we trust it may lead to.
The visit of Colonel Hon. Sam
Hughes to the coast at this period is
also significant. The energetic head
of the military forces of Canada
seems determined to leave no stone
unturned in achieving the best result.;
from the material at his command
and in broadening out into nev.
schemes.
ish Columbia, gave out information
that means much fcr the future development of this province. Since
the nrst seaiers inauo uie.i nomts u.
the famous Naa3 valley, hundreds oi
lariiier.i, ran cn ers anu l.-uit growers
familiar with soil and cimiat.c ccndi
tions of this fartile district, have cas
longing eyes towards the valley cf tht
Naas.
Naas valley 13 one of the most fa
vored sections of British Coiurnb.a
Its claims for recognition are baser,
upon V.z czscllc.it traaspcration facilities���the laud3 for the most part art
Deprecates American  Methods in   the
Olympic    Games.
London. Aug. 4.���The  discussion  of
England's position with respect to thl
Olympic  games  was made   a feature
""T.i i ��������� Iof the Sunday papers.
At the sessions of the annual con-;     Mf   R   (.   ,pniliann   a  I10tPU-  oar3
ention of the Canadian Pharmaceuu., ^^ an(, fomer niPnlbPr (f the Ho���g(
cal association, which will be held In P. Commons, in an interview, said I'
.ancouver during thc week beginning i inipossible   for  England  to  con
Monday! August   12,   Mr.   F. J. Mac '
Kenzle, M. P. P., and Alderman D. S
Curtis, of Westminster, will lead the
delegation of local druggists which ib
*T\*s*. cadet system tm a. move, a.���t an   on or near ttde water���ttie Naas rlv��i
<nacaUent move, aT6ng ttiose Unes, and   t>e\ne  navlgaMe beyond  the AandB tc
Whne many ot the men not now ser-  be   Placed   ��P<m   the   market by   thU
. ,     .  . ..        company, its soil, Its climate, its tlm-
inR. but trained to arms, are gather-  ber   wcaUh   Ha   fiBherieSi   lt,   sceilU
���rA into the folds of one or other of   beauty, but. most of all. upon the op
the    military    organizations    of    the  portunities it offers   fcr   acquiring   a
home and establishing   a competence
from a small investment.
I    The Naas valley is one of the oldest
and most productive and least adver-
counlry such as the veteran's corps,
we trust that the value ol the National Reserve movement will not be lost
.oight cf.
It is simply a registration cf all
men who have borne arms, and who
are not serving at the present time,
and one of its features is that it can
take in the members of the various
organi^tious already formed while
preserving the Identity of those
bodies.   Its value in the great scheme
���:peoted to be in attendance.
Alderman Curtis has always taken
in active part in the work of the as
relation in British Columbia, while
Mr. MacKenzie is a member of the B
0. council, and was last year president of the association and a dolegate
:o the convention in Montreal.
Today  Mr.  MacKenzie in company
witb a reception committee of three
will  Journey  to  MiBBion Junction  for
���he purpose ot  meeting a number ct i
eastern  delegates  who come  a  weak
larly.
The program arranged for the oc
casion includes a banquet on Friday
evening, August 1*5. in the Hotel Van
:ouver, at which Sir Richard McBride
tinue to be represented at the games
whieh were not conducive to trm
^nort. but tended to internationa'
friction.
He deprrca'ed the idea cf copying
American methods, snec:allzatior
would mean making sport a profes
sion. He preferred the Kngiish Idea'
games as a relaxation.
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Referee Griffin's verdict waa favor
will address the 200 or more delegates j ably accepted by the crowd.   Thou?1
tised sections in British Columbia.
When first entered by the pioneers
years ago the richness of the soil and
the excellent winter climate were so
apparent that large tracts of '.and
were pre-empted and came into thf
hands of Individuals whe did not hav<
the Inclination or capital to develo;
their holdings. Ths fact alone ac
counts for tlie fact that much of the
best land has not heretofore been de
of national defence is fully recognized veloped for farm or orchard purposes.
in the British Isles, and will tijidoubt-' Vancouver has   been   enjoying   for
 , ,,��� ��� ���,            , ,    ���      E several  years   a run   of phenomenal
��dly be so recognized in Canada. prosperity, but the province  ls suffi-
A better understanding is always to ciently big to permit of another large
be aimed at when   approachipg   any coast town to the north. Prince Ru-
subject, and lt is towards this desir- Pert-
able end that the visits of Canada's
minister of militia to the coast, and
that of Britain's sea lord to Canada
are directed.
PERSONALITIES   IN   JOURNALISM.
I-'ifty years ago a newspaper editor
was a latent volcano of vituperation.
One seeded to throw only a stone or
two to disturb the deeps and set the
fireworks going. Controversy in those
days was not confined to principles
and argument It ranged farther���to
the discussion of feeble Intellects and
iwlitieal drivellers, to the very personal appearance of the enemy, and
tin JBtttagi pf. his family. Dickens
;-MVr?jv<* this type of .louralisni in the
Pickwick Papers published before
M40. But it lingered, even in Eng-
linrt, until a much later time, while in
t'aimria and Uie United Slates it died
hard. Even today in remote districts
the rival weeklies attain at times to
sun interesting pitch of ferocity.
Ws*& Confederation newspapers were
fuming and shining lights in the com-
asaMj. P,v.vning. in its variants of
trylint roasting and scorching, was
the cTik-f business of life. The men
wilh a th.ck skin and an infinite ca-
paeitv for contemptuous satire soon
found himself at the editorial desk,
and accepted tlie opportunities so
pleasantly grouped around him.
II  in ver  seemed    to   occur   to our
Journalistic   progenitors   that   It   was
not argument to call a brother editor
"la feeble spirited, spineless whelp" or
even    "a    triple rivetted    brass-bound
ilar."   These was, perhaps, a lurid joy
>��� knowing   that   one's   enemy knew
tbe worst, and a sheery expectation
*H Oie foeman's double-leaded opinion
'��m-oneself.    Generally  also the popu-
:Uce enjoved the battle.   That Is hu-
.man.   See how we run to a dog tight
>even today.
An interesting example of the old
Journalism ts quoted by a writer in
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer. Editor
tOt��s. oPClevland, never liked Kdltor
With the coming of railroad transportation and the breaking up of the
large tracts, affording opportunities
for thousands of homeseekers. the
north part of the province will become ir. time more populous than the
southern sections. Full particulars
can be had from L. D. Stephenscn,
P. O. Box r>02, city.
e.vpected to be present.
The convention will convene in the
Aberdeen school on Burrard street.
EXCELLENT SHOOTIN3 BY
WESTMINSTER MARKCMEN
MUSIC  CUCCE?SBS
Westminster Students Who Passed
Recent R. A. M. 'laminations.
In the recent examinations conduct
ed by the associated board of th<
Royal Academy and Royal College of
Music for the annual medals, it is in-
lieved that Miss Isabella Macintosh, ;���
Westminster student, will be entitled
to a medal as her marks both ii
pianoforte playing (higher division'
and in theory cf music was more lhan
Till per cent, of the possible. MlS8
Charlotte Vidal, another Westminster
girl, also made splendid marks, her
percentage heing very close to 90.
Those from this city making above
the 66 per cent., which is the passing
grade, were:
Local   Centre  Examinations.
Pianoforte,   advanced   grade���Josephine Michaud;  harmony,    advanced.
Francis  Guicheon;   theory    of  music,
Isabelle Macintosh, Isabolle Stead.
Local School Examinations.
Pianoforte,    higher    division���-Gertrude M.  Watson; lower division, Isabelle Macintosh; elementary "division.
Charlotte  Vidal,  Margaret    Seymour,
Mice   Coulter,   Margaret   Johnstone.
Francis   Johnstone,   Gwendolln   Bunting, Percy Hacking.
Primary, with distinction���-Elizabeth Seymour.
Primary,    passed���Eleanor    Whiteside, Rachael Welsh,   George McAlister, Gladys Covering, Howard Elliott.
Violin, primary   -Howard   J.    Meredith.
Harmony and grammar of music,
higher division -Nlta Trapp.
Theory of music, primary--('. E.
Vidal, Lawrence Hacking, Margaret
Ji tinstone, Helen Agar.
Irterest in the weekly shoots of tht
N. W, R. A. show no signs of abate
ment and Saturday scores kept well
up to the standard. E. W. Jewhurst
captured the weekly spoon with an
aggregate of 90. The members wlli
shoot on the long distance ranges
next Saturday, preparing for the an
uual all-dav shoot which ls scheduled
for September 17: The following are
the scores:
E. W. Jewhurst SO
H. Lindahl    30
C. Crooks   32
G. Burr      32
V. H. C. Abbott   30
F. J. Simpson     30
A.  F. Menzies     32
D. Liehtbody    24
H, Perkins         17
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Travelers throughout Surrey municipality are grumbling much about
the want of signs indicating the
names of the roads they are competed to traverse.
Itinerants, whether motor car lour
lsts, rig drivers or pedestrians, can
not tell the difference In the road
whicli branch off Vale Road, such a:
Johnston Road. Court. Meridian and
Halls  Prairie Roads.
Reeve Sullivan and his councillor-
know every Inch of their way about
but wayfarers cannot be expected t
do so, and In view of the Importance
of Surrey the senders of this wail dr
not think It out of plane, especially as
Burnaby Is setting so good an exam
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forward of the connection of the Austin Road with the Asylum Road with
another.
'Hlf Mumhy, road foreman, is now |
putlrig in the cribbing on two picture-j
sque but intimidating gulches oa the!
Austin Road. Mr. Alderson will then i
proceed with his men to fill In to an I
extent which will reduce the grade to
a  more convenient dip.
Mr. Mumhy, aftsr this section of his
work   is   completed, will   construct  a
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ING LOTS
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ON FIFTH STREET���A large lot, 52x150; al! cleared and   ready for
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ON SEVENTH AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET-Lot 80x80;
all   cleared.     Price   $3500; one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
EDINBURCH STREET-Two lots, size 50x120. Price $950 each;
one-half cash, balance fi and 12. No. 330.
EIGHTEENTH STREET Two lots, close to Seventh avenue; 'sUe
;,0xl.!2. Price $900 each; one-third cubIi, balance 6, 12 ahd 11.
No. 18.
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Two roomed house on three lots ZZ
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Four roomod house, plastered, $1400
Four roomed house, $1700.
Five roomed house, modern, $2500.
Seven roomed house, two lots, all
lew and modem, $3750.
Terms easy.
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L WONDAY, AUGUST S, 1912.
WESTMINSTER 6AINS
BRILLIANT VICTORY
Despite Gallant Rally Towards Close on Part of Vancouvar,
Salmon Bellies Win Out By 6 Goals to 4 -Most Spectacular Game-Minto Cup Practically Assured for FraserV
Banks -Clean Ttctics.
Westminster daily news
maaaaifc���^���,^���m*^****a*M�����
Mtfe ml
HE
mm'5.JU&S SATISFY
?'31   COLOMBIA    STREET
Playing better lacrosse at every
:��tage of the game/with the exception
rf a few minutes In the last quarter,
the famous Salmon Bellies on Saturday afternoon repeated their Dominion Day trick by bearding the Vancouvers on their own grounds, this time
to the score of 5-4. However, the enthusiasm which was shown when the
final whistle was blown on tlie national holiday was lacking on Saturday. The Vancouver crowd at the
previous occasion cheered the ex-
ohampions to the echo, as It was ln
their minds that that victory was only
a slight stumbling block to the Vancouvers In retaining the Minto Cup.
Not so, however, on Saturday. The
thousands of Vancouver residents,
who had paid their admission fee bore
sullen looks when the final . gong
��ounded. The boys from the Fraser
had demonstrated their superiority
over the imported stars from the East
and it was a bitter pill to swallow,
lience the absence of cheering except
from some two or three thousand
Westminster supporters.
The local club now has a lead of
three straight games and need only
get three of the remaining seven to
be played, before Mr. Con Jones must
be compelled to sign a release order
on the Minto Cup.
The game was a thriller from start
to finish and with a three-goal lead at
one stage of the game, the Westminsters forgot the word "rag" and played richt on, continually boring into
the Vancouver defence.
It was a feather in the caps of the
homebrews when they disdained to infringe the conyright of Mr. Jones in
"hold the ball" when they had secured
-a commanding lead, and the crowd
were fully wise to the situation too.
The closing scenes of the game had
left some people to believe that but
cne crtra man on the defence would
have been better for the Salmon Bel-
I'es than to have three down close to
the nets, thus cramping the regular.
There ls no denying the fact that
the Green Shirts were extremely dangerous ln the last few minutes of the
Cameron got sent off for hammering
Wintemute. The home were darting
around In front of the Vancouver goal,
practically all the players taking pot
shots at the net. The pace could not
last without results and G. Rennie,
who had crept up the fleld, sent his
team ahead with a pretty Bhot.
Vancouver retaliated, but Bun was
there and scooped out all the shota.
End to end play followed untll BUI
Turnbull, taking a pass from C.
Spring, hit the bar. Tom Rennle broke
up a rush and made a fine run down
the field, but Wintemute shot past
the sticks. . It was close enough for
the umpire to make a movement with
his hand.
The Westminsters went back again
and Pat Feeney appeared to be well
placed to score when he was tripped
by Billy WeBt. The latter got a slight
rest for his work.
I
Third Quarter.
Play had no sooner started when
Hughie Gifford got a ten-minute rest
for rough checking on Lalonde, and a
minute later Tom Rennie also got tag-
get for cro88-cliecking McGregor.
With a one-man advantage the
Green Shirt home pressed for all they
were worth, but the attack was repulsed, and it caught the crowd to see
four stalwarts in red sweaters going
up the field, passing with lightning
rapidity. This attack was unexpected
and on the pass C. Spring got the
rubber past Hess ln quick style.
L, Turnbull, who had gone back on
the defence in the absence of Rennie
and Gifford, pulled off a flne save
and cleared a vicious attack. The
Vancouvers were playing a rough
game at this stage, and a wallop over
the head of Renrge Renule by Lalonde
went unnoticed.
End to end plav followed, Clark
scooping a hot one from West, while
G. Spring nearly went through.
Lalonde was banished for ten minutes for a dirty attack on Hughie Gifford, striking him over the mouth
when the ball was yards away. The
fourth period and both the two goals ' crowd Jeered when the French-Cana-
scored by Carter and Lalonde were dlan left the field. After a short de-
put through at close quarters where I lav Gifford was able to resume plav.
too many sticks were hanging around J getting a hand-out from the crowd
the net. However, this is up to Cap- j when he picked himself up.
tarn Qlfford and his past generalship | pinv slackened up when Griffith got
of the Westminsters is not to be ques- benched for holding L. Turnbull.
ticked by such a trivial cause at this. I
The team won;  they beat   Vancou-
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VICTORIAS FAIL
TO GAIN DECISION
Senior   Arriateur   Match    Results   in
Draw Although Extra Time
Played.
' Playing extra time, the Senior Amateurs failed to down the Capital City
twelve on Saturday afternoon at
Queen's Park, and the score at the
finish stood three goals each.
With a reorganized team, it took
the locals some time to tind their feet,
and in the second quarter Victoria
had a commanding lead of three
goals.
Towards the end of the second
period the Red Shirts started to make
things hum and by dint of hard work
reduced the lead and crept up to
equal distance In the latter stages of
the last quarter.
Battson started tne scoring for
Westminster, followed by Walter
Dawe, the Burnaby home player.
Louis SangBter, after trying to go
through on two occasions, slammed
the third tally through
&HOT8   AT   GOAL.
Tin. commission will doubtless deal
with Lalonde in his unwarranted attack on H. Gifford. It was one of the
most dirty pieces qf work pulled
off oa Uie tt&d this season.
* * . ���
Grumpy Spring and Nick Carter are
tied for first place in goal scoring.
Nick slitovad the only goal of the
game when Westminster defaulted on
July 20.
* ��    ���
No, readers, the Royal Columbian
Hospital hsve not organized a quartette. It was Jimmy Gifford singing
a battle chant after hearing the news
of a glorious victory.
* ���    *
One can imagine Con Jones and Mr.
Garvey, the sporting editor of the Vancouver News-Advertiser, waiting outside a C. P: R. telegraph office in
Montreal to- Itear the news.
a     *     *
Charlie Welsh had an Inkling of
what the resuft would be on Saturday.
He was there with an "I told you ao."
m     *     *
It Is darkly hinted that the recent
visit of Manager Gray to Victoria was
for the '.nrpose of engaging H. M. S.
| Rainbow to bring the vice-regal silver-
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
amttt 9 p.m., with batt hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at 6, 7, 7:31, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service tftefeafler.
(Via Barnaby) at 5*45, 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly servla* until 10 p.m.
Mid late car at 11:30 p.w. Sunday*���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Khun**) at ���
aim., with hourly service- until U p.m.
Sundays��� Fh��t car at 8 aunlp regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
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WEEK END
.    EXCUR8ION.
Reduced rates ate offered
over tbe Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all peiat* on the division.
Tickets for theee special excursions are on sale Saturday asd Sunday, good to return oir Monday.
MAKE   TOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS    ENJOYABLE
.   TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAT COMPANY.
The Bank of Vancouver
couver at their own game,- ao what of
it.
Manager Oray made a change tn
the lineup, placing Pat Feeney tn-
Btead of Hvland. This la tho first
time that Pat has mined ln a game
sitr-e the opening one, but he has
toeen training faithfully with the rest
cf the crowd and was all prepared
for the order to resume hostilities. He
Dlayed the part of rover at Saturday's
name, feeding tbe home from . the
centre, only to fall back at the least
���In of danger. His work was on a
par with his teammates and he cer-
ta'nly had hard luck In his frequent
.attempts to bore through.
THE GAME AT A OLANC*.
First Quarter-1. Vancouver, Harry
Godfrey. 3 minutes 52 eeconds; *>
New Westminster. Q. Spring, 2 minutes 51 seconds; 3, Vancouver, I*
londe, 5 minutes 25 seconds; 4. New
Westminster, C. Cpring, 5 minutes 18
"BSi Q��^r6kNrteT^
��ter, George Rennle. 5 minutes 32 sec-
CnThlrd   Quarter-*.  New  Westminster G Spring. 7 minutes 42 seconds
seconds; 9, Vancouver, Carter, 1 mln
,ute 29 seconds.
The Game Begins.
Westminster got the draw and,a ter
s little juggling �������d H" �����? 'ear
Turnbull slammed one in which near
ly went through the stick oI Hes��. He
was extremely luchy to save U but
KOt a good han��l out from the ".nu.
Fourth    Quarter.
Vancouver got the draw but McGregor shot wide. Pat Fenney tried to go
through at the other end. End to end
play followed, Lalonde taking the fleld
again, amid a mixture of groans and
oheera.
Vancouver at once attacked but T.
Gifford Intercepted, and passing to
Wintemute, the latter beating his
man and securing the odd man in
front of goal, it was a pretty effort
and a quick pass to L. Turnbull, who
relayed   lt    to G.  Spring.     Tke   net
Vancouver took heart after this and
swooped down on the Westminster
goal, Lalonae scoring. The ball waa
no sooner In play than Carter, on a
pass, sent through a fourth goal.
The last few minutes of play furnished plenty of excitement, and Lalonde waa unlucky In not Bcoring
when well placed. Another rush and
"lark picked the rubber off the gpal
ine. shoving it to H. Gifford, who
���teared. Westminster attacked and G.
Spring missed the net by Inches.
As a last dving rush practically all
'he Oreen Shirts went down the field,
���rot the effort waa fruitless, and amid
'he cheering of their own supporters
'he Salmon Bellies left the field with
'he odd goal.
Swanson missed a golden oppqrtun- ware up the Fraser.
ity of placing his side ahead towards
the end of the fourth quarter when he
tried to go through Instead of passing
to either Dawe or Johnston, who were
both well placed. Extra time saw the
two teams struggling for first place,
but sterling work on the part ot Johnson, the Victoria goaltender, and brll-11.., nm
llanf work on the part ot Hug-hie Stod-1 tween Harry TLatham and Bert    Hal-
dard found the teams BtlB tied. \ stead.    It    was-   the    latter's    ruling \
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A gmwral' banking business transacted, drafts and tetters of credit
sold payable ln all parts of the world. Savings bank; (Department at
ali branches. -   -
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Brandt* Car. 8ti* and Columbia Streeta
D. D. W11LSOM, Manager.
It was certsrinly hard  luck on Matt
Barr losing hts llrst game.
���   *   ��� ,3
Some fan has suggested that the 11
writer in the News-Advertiser take !>jl
course of optometries. Anyone sureU- \f
could tell OVe tfdterence ln batld toe
FOR CHOICE
A run down the Held andI*joA����'���Jot
<dde The ball was again sent up tne
fl Xt a3 Hess was thereonce more.
eav'.ms a hot one from L. Tmrnoun.
a little lull, while Ion got patched
���n and the Green Shirts made an attack on the Westminster goal, which
resulted In the first tally. HaW God-
K 'bSe^he'Titm,^^
������.in hn7-/inK around the net 01
were again )��>">"* ���' a ohance,
the opposition, ana, ���ee,u|�� ��� .,-
Grumpy Spring got one past Hess, tlelng the score. Wmtemute
from   G. Sprln*.     The
home were   playing   a
of the pro-
Lineup of Teams.
Vancouver��� Westminster.
Goal.
  Clark
"���""���' p0int,
Griffith 	
Cover.
Cameron T. Gifford
First Defence,
Pickering
Hess
Howard
T. Rennle
on
Second Defence.
Third Defence.
Godfrey
Centre.
West
G. Rennle
H. Qlfford
P. Feeney
gave Hcas
ed the paBS
We��'minster
Matheson
McGregor
Carter ...
Third Home.
Second Home.
First Home.
Outside Hdme.
Inside Home.
the   score
nialnlv against the homsters
1 r the Vancouver he
at all. and lAlondfrsent
no
not slow
��� gpp.��*>d   goal
past  Ctarv*  which
rth could have saved
McDougall
Lalonde  ��� - -;
ppfomps ��� Herry
and
W. Turnbull
, c. Spring
Wintemute
L. Turnbull
O. Spring
Latham.   New
X. G. Halstead,
Westminster,
-T",h"*np.
Kellv.   Wew
I:
flor**. after some pretty
brought the ���������,�� eared in the Ume-
,ent off thS ��"W wltb
Vepw^tv Timekepe'-t-H.   J.   Major.
C. Young, Vancou-
Blll Patchell was a shining atar on
the defence but his work ln breaking
up the rushes or the visiting home
were invariably lost by the slip-shod
passing of Smith. The latter tried hie
best and at times put In some good
work but at moments when needed,
fell down miserably.
The teams lined up as follows:
Westminster��� Victoria.
Goal.
Stoddard       Johnson
Point.
Patchell   Sweeny
Cover Point
Cotton     Stiles
First Defence.
Patchell   Okell
Second Defence.
Gregory   Taylor
Third Defence.
Battson   Johnson
Centre.
Sangster  McCarter
Third Home.
Lewis      McGergor
Becond Home.
Smith Baker
First   Home.
Johnson  McDonald
Outside Home.
Dawe   Ferguson
Inside Home.
Swanson  Brynjolfson
Goal Summary.
First Quarter.
McDonald. Victoria���1 mln.
McCarter. Victoria���2 mins.
Second Quarter.
McGregor. Victoria���19 mins.
Third Quarter.
Battson, Westminster���5 mins.
Fourth Quatrer.
Dawe. Westminster���80 s^cs.
Sangster, Westminster���10 mJtnj.
Penalties.
First  Quarter.
S��-an��on.   Westminster,    5   mins.;
McDonald, Victoria. 5 mins.
Second Quarter.
S<-inson.   Westminster.   5   mins.;
Patchell, Westminster, fi mins.
Third Quartsr.
F. Sweeny, Victoria. 5 mins.; Gregory. Victoria, 5 mins.: Johnson. Victoria, 6 mint.;* Johnson,  Victoria,   5
mins.
Fourth Quarter.
Swanson,   Westminster.   5   mins.;
Brynjolfson, Victoria, 5 mins.
E��tra   Time.
Patchell  and Cott��n, w;est��^st��r.
and   Baker   and   Johnson.  Tictorla,
were penalised 5 mlnB. each.
that put off" Cameron and West and
both of them deserved the five minutes rest, wMctt they got.
B. C. LACROSSE LEAGUE.
Stairdliry of the Clubs.
Goals
W.   U    r.    A.
Westminster 6     3     38     32
Vancouver 3     6     32     33
Next Game���August 10, Vancoayw
at Westmlnater.
Lacrosse Concert.
The Sapperton junior lacrosse
team will gfvw a concert In Johnston
hall on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of thla week. The boys leave on
the 9th for their barnstorming trip to
the upper country and the proceeds
will be turned over to the secretary
of the club to help defray expenses of
the trip.
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
IAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER 8UPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Hm BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
New Westminster;
ver.
W?��lnSr W. Matheson. Vancdh-
ver,
���lW��tt   TC'gM    New
SOCCER TEAM TRAINS!
HOSPITAL ELEVENS MBIT
Psnaltles.
tt*i***t Quarter���Nofle.
rime.    Cl'IT remimeii a(.n,.
In possession pf the ban.
Westminster secured tha .1*11 ��*&
The Rovers commence training   on
Tuesday evening on Moody park.   All
the boys are  anxious to  get going
snd should be tn line trim for their
first game scheduled wUh the Celtles.
The emplovees and staff of the local
m',^!!,^ marter-H    Gifford.   New hospital for the Insane.wJU clash with
Xi,iM   P"��:er   ",. ".x\ Rennle,  a similar bunch from Mount CoquU-
7*'^^ ?���� ����� Thur8<,fty nl*ht of th,s r��t
>t���...  W"stmln��rrr.    o    v . a e  and  tlw
^!&ffi%��ST'    lS-��* -^ furnUh "mu8ement
Fourth Quarter���None.
I play-off   should
and thrills to the crowd.
7tt COTTAGE8   ALREADY BUILT   IN
THIS   SUBDIVISION.
A new four-story
OVER
We rua a general store and sell at clty prices,
hotel just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every t months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.
office- oo the property.
Our Mr. Sands has an
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL T0WN8ITE AGENTS.
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of tut Glau. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN
Ttie
JCWCLCR
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C Electric Railway.
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and Heaters
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1912.
1
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Anlval: Closing
10:50���Vancouver via G.  N. R.
 23:0C
11:45���Burnabv Lake and Vancouver via B. C. E. K... 7:4b
��: 40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sundayr.U:lE>
11:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).16:00
i��:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daUy except Sunday).2v:30
10:30���ttarnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11.IE
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)       14:00
18:00���Edmo?.ds    (dally   except
Sunday)  16:00
11:15���Crescent, Whits Hock and
Blaine t daily except
Suaday) B:4B
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper 8uma8,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)  23:00
IS: 15���Hall's Pralrle. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 9:*'
IB: 15���United States via G. N. It.
'daily exceot  Sundsy)..lfi:"
9:26���All   points east and   Europe  (dally)    7:4!
east and Eu
22:10���All   points
 14:1!
Fraser
except
Fraser
except
7:4:
.14:1f
except
1:41
rope (dally)  .
9:26���Sapperton     and
Mills      daily
Sunday)   	
19:30���Sapi-erton     and
Mills     Idaily
Sunday)   	
9:?6���Coriuitlam  (dally
Sunday)  	
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       ll.lf
10:00��� Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
13-00��� East Burnaby (daily except Sunday)   13:00
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)       ..13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
16.--16��� Vancouver, Piper's Siding vta G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:2t
11.20���Cloverdale and Poit Kells
via G. N. R. (dally except   Sunday) 14:06
7:30���United States vta G. N, It.
IdaUy except Kuuda-j> . ���  �� �����
11-.20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day        14:0(1
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
I .elimsjt, 11dergTOre, Otr
ter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Prairlo, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, Soutn
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station. Bind-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. B. R. (daily except
Sunday)     9
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. It. (daily
except Sunday)   1
20:40���Cloverdale    via    B.C.E.R.
(daily except Sunday) .17:31
2:00���Fraser    Arm     and     Alta
Vista   .,,    ..23:0(
11:20���Rand. Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. i Monday
Wednesday and Fiiday         9:00
20:40- -Chilliwack via B. C. P.. R.
(daily except  Sunday) .17:31
A good many years ago. wben I wss
��� girl just graduated rrom tbe normal
school, tbe principal toid me that Ue
bad received call.* tur teachers tn Colo
redo, where the country wns new und
Instructors were uoi easy io geL i
accepted one of these positions and
started west soon afterward. I went
ae far as tbe Union Partite was then
built. Laramie, where I took a stagecoach to my destination In tbe iiiouu-
tains. I was obliged te mop over one
nlgbt to Ijirnmle. I hen ��� city ot dance-
bouses aqd gambling dens, tor ��he
cmiicb did oot leave till lbe next morning.
When | awoke and looked at my
watch I discovered tnat I bad Just
time to dress, swallow a cup ot coffee
aud get to the express office, from
whicb tbe coach started 1 found the
nirent directing the shipment of boxes,
which, though not large, appeared to
tie heavy, wblle the passengers, men
and women, were getting Into the ,
coach. Ou tbe but sat tbe driver, a
Hne looking, well made young man,
whose rough ejothes could not conceal
a certain appearance of refinement
there was ln blm.
I was about to eet Into the coach
when the agent stopped tne. "You
can't go on this couch." he satd. "It's
full."
I was never more distressed In my
life Stopping In that horrid town even
for a few hours was horrible to think
ot. and the ngent told me thut another
coach would nut leave till the next
morning. A tear trickled down my
cheek, nnd. looking up. I saw the
handsome yonug driver looking at me
pliylnfely and with ndmirailon.
The driver cnlled the ngent to hlm.
nml  the two had a  loug conversation.
it'pre wp wnuid     IVe had treasure hox
es  aiioard.  himI  these -uipin.-wi.-   mre
iinistimtu    i'-poili-ii    to    rom I    agents.
whii knew  elm-tit   what com ties to ut
tm-U -
it ��eemed slncuinr to me that the
express couipauv snoilid ��enn out a
treasure thui (hev evicted ,,if mail
Ngeut* wouid take nway trom tliem.
ana I toid the driver su. nut tie said
the company was utilised to take risks
or they could *uot no auy business
This did not satisfy an* ur uiuke uie
feel any mure comfortable.
We bad changed horses several
times and were approncbing the foothills ot tne mountains wben. passing
between a rise lu tbe ground ou each
side ut tbe road, u man rose up rrom
behind a rock In front of us and put
up his baud as a slgual for as to stop.
1 was surprised tbat tbe driver obeyed
the order instantly since tbe man
sbowed no weapou. but I soon learned
tbe cause. The driver knew full well
that rifles were pointed at blm from
men in concealmetiL
As soon hk tbe coach came to s
standstill rour other men sprang up
from behind tbe rise tn tbe ground and
advanced tonaro IM
"lim ll tind It in tbe boot." eald the
driver quietly. Htm the.i went back
and. nnstrapping tne cover, look uut
tbe txixes and placed them beside, tbe
road, while two rubber* stood on each
side or tbe coach wltb rides tn tbeir
hands ready tur use at tbe slightest
Indication ot resistance. Hut su great
were the expressions ot terror from
tbe passengers that they soon lowered
tbeir guns, and too ot tbem dropped
I tbeir ritles nnd went tu tbe assistance
j ot tbe man who was unloading the
treasure
So far I didn't reel much afraid, for
It   looked   as  (hough   the   road   agents
| wouid relieve the express company of
j the treasure and let us go on.    Besides.
POLICE OF RUSSIA
.	
The Trick They Work t(J Gather
In Political Suspects.
CAUGHT IN THE MOUSETRAP.
the expressions of terror of tbose inside ihe coacd excited my contempt.
Ktruug men were tieggtng tbe robbers
to spare then lives, while shrieks came
truiu the women.    It did  not seem- to
When, After a Secret Arrest, the Snare
Is Set It Heids All Whe Enter, Regardless ot Nationality, Dress. Social
Position or Official Rank.
Although the peculiar form of pollce
ambuscade known as n mousetrap baa
bnd Its highest development aud lta
widest application In Kussia. writes
tieorge Ken nan In the Century. It did
not originate In Ihat country, nor did
It receive tliere Its strikingly appropriate appellation.
It was Imported from France a century or umiT ago. nnd the mime'tbat
It liears was given to It by Alexandra
Illinois In ISLli The distinguished
French story teller described It In "The
Three Musketeers'' as follows:
"The invention ot the motisetrnpdoes
not dale trom Mil days. An wiou as
nuclei ies lu process of ror mu lion created pollce the police In their turn
Invented mousetraps. Ah our readers
mny not be familiar Willi tbe slang of
the Itue de Jerusalem and as It Is lifteen yeara since we applied Ibis term
for the flrat time tu tbe thing, we may
be allowed perhaps to explain to tbem
what H mousetrap is.
"When lu a house of nny kind n peraon suspected of crime Ih arrested the
arrest is kept secret, four or live men
ure placed lu ambuscade lu the tlrst
apartment, the dour la opened to all
Who knock. It Is then closed after (hem.
nnd they are arrested so that at tbe
end of two or three days tlie |K)lice
bave In their power till the persons
who are accustomed to visit the place.
And that Is a mousetrap."
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 716.
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.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. V. C. Cook, Die
tator; JK J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. 0. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
Tb�� regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F��� is beld every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows ball, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street Visiting bretherr
cordially invited.   C. B. Bryson. N.
. G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
:0C
.-.3'
me tbat they  wer* In anv danger W) ,    |,1'u'11-;''-^''"'''M-biln that the trap
.  .. .^i" .,,., .   .   .Z." .    . i Ih set and the tirst arrest made at a
late hour ot  the  night,  generally  between 1 and ���'! o'clock n. ui.. so that the
mice wlll not  become aware of lt and
avoid Ihe dangerous locality.   Vou may
cull upon a '-politically unl rust worthy"
friend In the evening, drink tea  with
bim. discuss the slate of Hie country
and go home nt midnight without having seen or heard anything to excite
I suspicion  or suggt ^t  peril,  but  If you
| return to the same house or apartment I
(early tlle nexl  morning yuu arc liable j
j to rail Into a lUotlselrap. j
i The Irap. umi cover, catches and holds I
i every peixiu Willi enter* if regardless I
ot nut Iona Illy, dress, social position or |
Official rank Itussluil revolutionists
nre accustomed to assume all sons of i
disguises, from lhe hlue frock coat and |
wrinkled iup boots of the gendarmerie
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
Hi
ire's
Sole agent for
Root  Beer
Mineral Waters,    Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Teleohone R  113   Ofllce:  Princeaa 8t
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Office Phone  185.      Bern  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light aad Heavy Hauling
f��Wlfl��-~r***** OE*OT
CITV OP NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
"TOC'IX  KIND It   IS THK BOOT," 8AID TBI
UKfVEB.
whieh I felt Kure wan nbout nie. Tbe
driver was trying to persuade the scent
to agree with him about the matter,
but the agent kept Bunking hls head
and saying. "It won't do at nil" Hut
finally the latter gave In nnd the driver. Deckoning to ine. told me I ought
get' up and take the vncuut seat beside
him. Clvtng me n hand, he lifted me up
The morning was delightful, nnd the
mountains toward whieh we were
driving with iheir pate lies of snow and
the dark shadows resting here nnd
there od their sides, though the sky wus
cloudless, were beautiful. I told the
<Irl\er I wished uie mountains were
farther away no that we cofld enloy
the prospect longer, whereupon he
told me tliey were sixty miles distnnt
und we could not.reach them till the
middle of the nfiernoon. lle snld the
rarity lit the atmosphere mnde Ihem
look iear. I asked blm the cause of
the shadows on the mountains, there
being no clouds to cast them, und ne
said the phetiouietmu bud uot beeu explained.
I pnssed a very pleasant morning. I
was not surprised that the driver could
tell me a good deal ahout the country
nnd even the geological foi million, fur
lu those days n stage driver was <inite
nn Important personage, hut I wus
irore surprised when he told me ne
was a college graduate wno had eotue
out to Colorado on a venture, nnd got
stranded nml temporarily taken up
atage driving.
V\ title we were rolling along my new
found friend told rae Ihnt there had
been a number of holdups of coin hee
recently, and If one occurred I would
letter sit perfectly attll ami await de.
veiopmetvts. If there Bhould he any
bring | must get down uuder the seat,
where I would he In a measure protected What surprised,, me was that
he seemed very much concerned about
the mutter of my being exposed to
nny shooting there might be, snylng
that he had persuaded tbo ngent to let
�� tzo on tbe conch ln the seat beside
blm nnd If nny harm came to me he
wouid nevei forgive himself. I usked
hlm it he expected we would bo attacked, and be replied that tbe chances
loug as they did not offer resistance,
but tbut they had lost tbeir beads
tbrough cowardice.
My friend the driver sat quieting the
horses hy a word now and then���for
ihey seemed to know what was going
on and were very restive���but he seemed anxious about me. Why 1 couldn't
understand, because 1 hud no Idea of
resistance, and 1 didn't believe the robbers would molest a woman. I did not
even believe iliat ihey would collect
the valuables of the passengers since
they had seven or eight boxes of bullion to tnke cure uf.
The boxes were unloaded and piled
on oue another lirside the road Two of
the men who had laid their rides down
nnd helped io carry the Treasure were
about to pick them up; the other armed
man held his weapon, muzzle down, iu I
the hollow ot his arm'. iinO tbe tourth
armed Uiun was looking wtth sutlsfaction at the hue liuul be bud made
when the driver suid to uie In it quick
sharp voice:
"Oct down"'
Hefore I could obey I heard the
crnckling ot rilles Inside tl.e coach and
saw two ol the road agents nipple over
None Of th- others hail their lis mis on
their weapons, und hefore the.\ could
get them every one was Iind low li
wns an done in less than a ipiarier of u
m.oiute. aud I sun Unit gelling down
undei  the seat wns unnecessary
I'.ui whence cattie the firing'; Surel)
not from the cowardly passengers I
looked at the drivei fot an explanation
hill he was Imsy with the horses, who
weii. rearing aud plunging, nii'l it was
no time foi the satisfaction ol III) curl
usily
Tlie robber* were all dead nr dvlug,
uud the passengers were getting oui
of the coach I'll*- women tore on then
dresses and exposed men - clot him
Kvery one was armed to iln- leeili
though the. weapons Mfere concealed
As soon us the horses were quieted lhe
driver put out hls left UauU lu ine
alili holding the reins in his riglii and
suid:
"Why didn't you get down  when X"
told you to'.-    Hy Jove, I'm glad vou re
all right!"
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKBON, barristers
ut-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Koom.
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia etreet
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson. .
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbii
and McKenzie streets, New \\ eet
minster, B. C. P. 0. Box 112. Tele
phone 710. 	
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER
solicitor and notary. ��r> Columbii
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Oulchon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, R.C. Cable addresr
"Whiteside," Western Union. PO
Drawer 200. Telephone ��9. W. J.
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up $6,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic.
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltlee In the world. These es-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westmlnater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   .. ,��15.413,000.0O
RESERVE $16,000,000.00
Branches througnoui Canada ana
Newfoundland, anc lo London. Eng-
aud. New Tork, Chicago ud Spokane,
U.S.A., Md Mexico City. A general
Banking business transacted. Letters of Credit laaueit. available wltb
torrespondrats tn all parte of tke
��orld.
Savings Bank Dspa-taient��� Deposit*
received In aums of fl and upward,
and Interest allow* 1 at I per cent, por
annum  (present n��te).
Total  Assets over 1186.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC-
countant. P, 0. Box 784. Phone 1066.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF VOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle.
lust legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
II J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. 1? 128. Room.
Trapp block.
to lhe sword, epaulets and golden cords
ot the general siaif. und ir Ihe czar
, himself iu the Uniform or the I'veclira-
IfchehsUt guards should visit Incognito u
| house in whll Ii ii Irap Iind heen set he
would lie arrested promptly und senl to
1 the nearest precinct station house for
I Idelltltleilllon.
No dlsciciionarv power of any kind is
��� r
[given to the police officers in charge.
IThe mice caught may uoi look ut all
I like tiie mice for which lhe trap was
set. but even if ihey appear lo be ermine or lizards ul small, blind kitleus
tliey must go io tlie Htuliou house for
exaniluallou mid judgment.
In every large liussiau city lhe police
keep un lllplllllietlctll list of all persons
who lire  believed   io  lie  lu  sympathy
villi uie revolutionary  movement or
vim for one reason or Knottier are regarded   as   politically    unl rust worthy.
Pitch persons are liable to be urresied
on  suspicion  al   any   time uud are al
most sine to lie taken Into custody uft-
|er the assassination of u  high official
i v hen |here is uo clew t�� the ussasslu.
land lhe police hope to get n clew by a
[dragnet system of arrest nud Investigation
Al such limes n  hundred arrests or
I rtint-o are oiten made In n single night.
and  In   the   houses  or  uparlnieiils  of
jtlie persons made prisoners mousetraps
'. tnvsci io catch all comers.   The police
I In I'lllirgp of the t ni pa ure strictly en-
The expiation ���f  ,he  affair  came  , joim,u ���. ���,,���,, ,(> ||Je nmtw{  ,,,-eclnct
to me piecemeal      Ihe couch had heen  L,,aIion |lrtnHl, ,.\'erv  pemoil cnughl. no
sent  out as u decoy.     All inside  Here |n,:ltl���r ���.,,.��� he ���,���,  |otlk ���ke lltll] no
"���*���"     U1"'    -���'""���'"'led    ��r;i|...���.      ''"-  I ���,a I ler what plausll.le uccouiit lle may
of   himself.    Revolutionists   and
BOARD OF TRADE���NBW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets In thi
board room, City Hall, as follows
Third Fiiday of eacli month; quar
tcrly meeting on the tlilid Friday o:
Februnry, May, Augusl aud Novem
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oi,
the third Friday of Februaiy. Nen
memliers may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secro
tary.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All   work  guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phone  984.
D. McAulay
Tel. 7fil.
ARCHITECT
Cor. fith and Columbl;
P. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
lanes were loaded unit Htulien oi sand
The agent hau contrived to lime ii re
polled to the toad agents thai a (reus
ure would go h.\ ibui coach wun ��
.view to nu ambush When I came up
at the sturtug and asked lo he allow
ed tu go on tlle coach lhe agenl nat
orally demurred to lake ou a WnUiilU
under the circumstances. l'he driver
Wishing to havu my compiiut. argued
ibai al Ihe springing of the imp I could
gel dowu where no stray Millet would
he likely to hit iue. Nevertheless he
was much worried on my account and
much relieved when It was all over
Leaving some of ihe passengers���
(hey were all In the service ot lhe express company-with the dead and
wounded robbers, we drove en to the
next relay station and sent a wagon
hack for the wounded. But so far as
I wus concerned the adventure was
ended. And yet It cannot he said to
nave ended, hern use In It I round m;
fate. My drubbing the three It's into
children's heads did not Inst very long
My acquaintance with the stnge driver
wus enduring, nnd after a brief courtship of a month - rather lengthy for,
that country at that tlme-1 married
nlm.
Ills stnge driving did not Inst long
Receiving some capital from the east,
he entered Into the husiness nf mining
machinery and supplies nnd prospered
And now that Ihe region In which we
live has grown populous nnd civilized
we enjoy a henutihii home, in which
-ve are very hnppv. surrounded by nu
melons chlldreu und grandchildren,
ph i
terrorists oflen *\r*;ir uniforms, nnd a
man who declines thnt he Is a colonel
ot geuilanoes or even u general of
division may really be a dangerous
conspirator In disguise. The Insiruc-
Uons given to tiie imp tenders are lib
wa.\s Implicitly obeyed, and they some-
lltin-s bring about results of auextrnor
dln.iry aud wholly unforeseen character.
Subscriber;
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
2:1  Sixth  Avenue. Phone  567
JcW WESTMINSTER B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY (0.
Three through daily trains. Reduced
rates on round trip tickets to Eastern
polnta, on sale during July and August.   Good to return Oct. 31st.
WEEK END TICKETS
On sale every JTiday, Saturday and
Sunday. Single fa.e for the rojud
trip.
Or H. W.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westmlnater
Brodie, O.P.A..  Vancouver
A Single Blow.
"Yfui s-iy lie died from a single blow
���dfilltlisteit.fi by himself?"
"Thai is lust tv tint he auld."
"Hut li isn't possible."
"\l-. li is"
"Hut how did he do It?"
"Rlew oui the gas"
"OO:"-Loudon telegraph.   ���
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The Newa beforo
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves   Vancouver   for  Victoria
a. m��� 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Ltavea  Vanoouver    for   Seattle
a. m. and 11  p. m
Leaves Vancouver  for  Nar.almo
a. m. and 6:30 p. in.
Leaves Vancouver   for   Prinoe   Rupert  and  Northern    Points  10   p.  in.
10.
10
10
A Faith Cure.
"Have you evei really known of a
core hy fnlth?"
"\es. When I wn�� sixteen yenrs old
1 fed mndly In love with a widow of
(bitty, but my mother and fattier bnd
faith that 1 would live If I didn't get
Ler, uud I did."���Judge's Library.
The Worm Turn*.
Orenn \ oyuger-Don't ihe pn��sen
ft a make you tired with lhe ipies
t?ons ihey ask? Captain - Yea, very
W hat else Is It you wuui to know?-
B'-sion Transcript
Rooks   ...-'���   men's   bearta   ln   of ci
men's hands.���Aranic
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In thla waj
may au efficient delivery be main
talned.
Second Hand Store
J. G. 8MITH.
Buy and sell new and    second    hand
Tools especially.
l'hone 100S
good, of all kinds.
60 Melnu-s Street
SPECIAL LINE
of Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit t��nd workmanship guaranteed.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN    BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leavea    Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tueaday,
Thursday and Saturday.
�� BD. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H.  W. BRODIE,
O. P   A*. Vancouver
Phone R672. 019 Hamilton 8t
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
8ewer Connecting,
Cesspools. 8ept|c Tanks, Etc.
ca?�� "J Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Tripp Block IIJ *,*���****
MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE 8EVBN.
Woman'sWorld
Woman Artist te Complete
Wark    of    Edwin    Abbey.
THE  COOKING  OF  CEREALS.
M188 vioi.rr OAKLET.
It hus come an a surprise to many
Of the devoted admirers of the late Edwin Ahbey to hear thut the unfinished
���work of this muster artist Is to be
taken up by a womnn. und a woman
Who Is still to be counted young. But
all those who have followed the career
ot Miss Violet Oakley, the youug woman In question, ugree tbat the choice
1.x a worthy oue and that no one uvnll-
*ble could better carry out tbe spirit
and tbe form of Abbey's paintings lu
the Pennsylvania rapltol.
Miss Oakley hn* alresdy done somo
notable work on the capltol In Harris
burp, us she wun i-omnilsslonedas oue
Of tbe inunil urtlxts uenrly ten yearw
ago. iind her nerlea in the governor's
room, representing the early history of
tlie state of Pennsylvania, has proved
her orltlniillty. bfi poetical conception
or the xublet-t uud her mastery of
technique. This series Is in two parts,
one treatitij. ,it the rise or religious
liberty, whlth led to the ��u>ftllug or
the state from ��tn- Tyndale Bible .pe
jiod to Cot's vlHlan of ii multitude.aud
tiie hi hei deplctliiK the life of William
Penn. showing in* youth at oxfoia. his
<.-oii\��-rsion to llie sei-t or the friends.
Ins ,-mest and imprisonment, hls vision
<jf ii new <oli��iiy. UU winning or a
l:lng's charter and bis upproucb lo
Philadelphia
That Miss Oulsley le recognlvd nol
��k a poor Hiilistltute tor Mr.. Ahlwy,
but as ii sWter nnist. Is Indi.iiied i-i.tn-
XDMvliill.v b.v the fact thnt uht* is id pe
paid exactly the muoum prom Ink) tn
the late palnter-u rate or %.*n h root.
.Miss Oakley wus Ixim lit New .terse
but spent n large part or her earlier Itr,
In New York rlty It was there thai
she inst studied art. Uklug le>-nu* li
the Art leni:ne. working tm awhile uu
der Carroll Ita-kwitb and ilienpitiiv
abroinl to study further. As mnafiTt
ahe liud Itnphnei t'olilus nnd Araiit
tienn at llu* Ai-mleinle Alonlp-irmissv
and Charles Uisiir In Sns-*i, ai tin
-eud of ii year she relumed to Amerti-n
'nud nludled at tbe Ai-ademy or flue
-Arts lu I'hlladelpbla. and It Is In IVuu-
sylvnnlH thnt sbe has done nome of ber
most sui-i-esstnl work For long ber
name wss associated with those or
Jessie Wlh-os Smith snd Kllxaheth
Hblppen tirwn. as the three started a
Tletnresqoe little art colony afar Villa
nova, a suburb of rhllndelpbia. wbere
tbey trnnsforoieU a quaint Old inn Into
��� studio. _
Royal *.******>.
There is In the Woman's Hrttne Com
jmniou a tery personal article about
<iermnny'a crown princeaa.-- Ocllle.
wbo Is twenty-flve years old^nnd nus
beeu lhe wfte of tbe crown prim* for
six years She bas four children.. .Koi.
lowing Is a brief extract from the af
tide:
"It was a genuine love match, wltb
a wooing as quiet aa might have come
any duy In any walk of life, he offer
lng hla heart to ber In e little tea nous*
at  Murqults. quite the most humble
tinooiiventlonal   place   that   nny   niau
���could have cbooen.    The beauty ot ll
is that they nre even more deeply Ae
voted today and sbow It with a frank
ness ihnt  people seldom attrnmte t��
royalty.    Naive are tbey. too. In this
aspect, as thla atory. told me by u sing
cr   who  wltuessed  the   tuoldent.   will
sbow    RhP happened to lie singing at
n  tnusloale nt Ihe Marble pnlaie. tbe
home of the crown prince and princes*
lu  rotsdnui.    When ahe had finished
be. leunlng on tbe piano and  looking
��t her with a boyish smile. snM.t'ecllb
8ln^s too'    ITesently a noted vlolliila*
4;avp his pnrt In tin* program, and thi
���crown princess, going over to the aome
Blwrer.   suid.   'Willy   pays   the   violin
too.     Neither bud known of the con
tided Mtnpllment to the other.   It waa
merely  a  little coincidence ot  spun
tuiu'ous pride snd mutual affection."
For Your Next Lsee Veke.
A woman who aiwaya Bum exquisite
fue Irish luce yokes in her jrowns and
yet who dresses on a limited Income
told ber secret. Instead of piiivminlng
the isce yoke und stock collar attached
-twit so rarely tlta-ahe wiilchea tor
unies of turndown coiwra. Any large
iiuti-h <>oiini iiitt De uaed ftflck pnrt
li-unt nnd tortus s dslnty yoke. White
stock coiinrs mat mutch sultlcieniiy
wen "iin usuniiyHe picked up nt slight
cosi nml Ihe ciiinliinatioi'. is Rood nnd
iLijiii   iimre eti��c��ve Uiiu Ui�� rvadjf
Som�� Old Fashioned Foods That Deserve s Revival.
Old   fashioned   oatmeal   requires   a
much longer time to cook, as everyone
kuows,  than  ihe kind  usually  found
ror sale nowadays.    Yet many' house-
k<"epers prerer It nnd when they can ,
get It giniliv tnke ibe extra trouble re- j
quired to prepare il   To cook It use a !
scant quart ut wuter to every heaping
cupful or the cereal.   Suit It and boll
It two hours the day before serving, j
Tbeu turn It Into a double boiler and
let It cook slowly all  night,    lo  the
morning  bring  It   forward  aud  let  It
boll up well for �� minute ur two   Serve
immediately while hot.    Home pnlaies j
preter u thicker gruel, tn  which case |
use only three cupruls of water to a
cnpfnl or the mem.
sump la a delicious old cereal tbat
should be seen more ofteu on tbe ts- '
hies of today.   I.Ike old fashloued oatmeal, It requires long cooklug.    It Is
very nice for Sunday suppers or as a
starchy vegetable In place of  rice or .
poratoes  tor dinner.    Souk  in   water i
two cupruls or samp all night   In the j
morning wash thoroughly.   Cover with
boiling water nnd cook steadily ail day. j
tddlng more wuter as It bolls down i
An bour before serving stir Into It a tn i
blespoonrul ��r buller snd a euprul or
milk.     Season   thoroughly   wltb   salt.
Boll up well and serve bot.
v l.en   oyer  samp  Is  very   nice  rrled  :
Hirers*   u   very   hot   Trying   pan   and
sprend   tbe  hominy  over   It.     Season
wiih a little suit nnd pepper.    Brown
und   fold   like an omelet    Serve  wltb
tomato sauce-
Old fashioned wheat calls for tour
rupfiils ot cold water tor every euprul
of ihe grain l.ei It come gradually to
ihe holiljjg point und cook steadily for
one hour.
TOWEL BEAUTY
IN NEW DESIGN
Revivals  of  Old  Patterns  In
Household Linens.
Hew Perfectly 8iinple.
THE NEW LUNCHEON CLOTH.
Commodious Cabinet Containing Several Drawer* a Convenient Place In
Which to Stare Centerpieces and
Doilies���Cushions For Summer Use.
When tbe dainty cross stltcb designs
In natural colors were fashioned lu
garlands of flowers and bowknots on
towels last year many declared nothing could be prettier, but uow tbe darn
stltcb and the bins stitch, also In nam
rul colors, bave been introduced, auu
they certainly ore attractive.
At ihe present moment however, no
towels ure meeting with popular favor
like thopp variously termed the "medieval design," tbe "twentieth century
design" and "Venetian point." designations tbat are confusing lu both period
and plan* There Is some excuse ror
this, ns the designs show the Influence
oi luce's evolution and do not cling to
any, one   decided   type,   but   borrow
Kitchenettes.
By turning a cauliflower hen Q down
ward tl cooks more quickly and im
prou-s ill tavor.
A-little white sugar In hot Wftter-
two lumps io a basinful���Is sntttcien*
Stiffening foi delli-nte luces
Stan-bed clothes, shirts, collars nun
cutis. II dried i.elnrc u bright tile attel
Ironing, become iiciiutirully still.
Books hound in leal her mny De fres
ened by uslun eiiu.il quantities or nJnie
or   eggs   nml   water   iieutcn   together
Apply   this  with a  soft  flannel  (||��tti
and polish when dry. H	
Au eusy  way fn crumb hread Is to
put It into n   muslin  nag. an  empty i
salt sack, tor Instance, nnd  then,  un   j
iess It is too hard nud drv. II can lie I
squeezed    tielweeti    Ihe    fingers    and
quickly crumln-d without any waste.
Meat that Is to he grilled should not i
he suited. Tbls hardens the fibers of I
ihe meat and tends to extract die
Juices. Salt on Ihe platter lust before
sending lo the mine. No ment should
be suited iineisiked. but after the sur
luce has heen seared aud lbe meat
partly cooked
W. R. OILLEY, Phons 122. Q. E. OILLEY, Phone 2M.
Phonos, Office IS and It.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
"Tell me. my dear Mrs. de Svelte,
how Is it you manage to gown yourself
so magnificently on $25 a week?"
"Ob, Mrs. Pernlcketty. notblng could
ba easier. 1 hove four cbarge accounts."���New Vork Telegraph.
He Was Game.
A St Paul youth called up bis sweetheart in Cblcugo by long distance and
enjoyed a little talk.
The time slipped by and the rates
slipped up.
It was a pleasant half bonr nil right
but presently he came back to earth,
and then a rapid mental calculation
showed blm be hnd talked $18 worth.
But be was pa me.
"Wbat are you laughing at?" tbe girl
Inquired.
"I'm laughing to think that tbis little
talk bas cost me ns much as u railway
trip to Chicago and return."
"Mercy!" screamed tbe girl. "Why
don't you stop?"
"Well." replied the youth, "1 wnnt to
add enough for a parlor car eacb way."
So tbey talked a little longer.
"Just one more word," said tbe
youth.
"What's that for?"
���Tips for the porters."
Then be rune off.���Cleveland Plain
Besler.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMt ER FOR   MOUSE  BUILDING
A spi -cialty large stock of Laths, Shingles and
.Is j. 2 CommoB Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build forjsale or rent while prices are low
ST CHARLES
_       EVAPORATED
���mm   CREAM .
For many things in cookery, St. Charles Cream
is an essential.    It is as good as the best milk
or cream for any purpose.    For many purposes
it is much better.    It gives to coffee,
for instance, a flavor which even the
best of ordinary cream carihoi approach, and it aids in bringing ont
the delicate aroma of chocolate and
cocoa.   For confection and ice cream
it is unexcelled.   For invalids and
infants it is indispensable. It never
.,    curdles.   It strengthens the strong.
If only pure water is added it will agree with
the most delicate stomach.
Sold by best grocers.everywhcre. 7
?F ST. CHARLES CONDENSING CO.. Ingersoll. Ont
CABINS!   POll   (ABLE [.INKS
tipntitv trom all I'ne work l* done tn
s -ort ot bqitirattate stit.n conjoined
wun puiu'H work
A iHMiititiii towel showi- i erochHten
In"*- itiM-n.  lillct   pattern, 'lune in  the
j sutit-��i   mien   iluv.-ia.      Iliexa   iuweii>
t-iiiu."    in    lUe    regular    iiikI    ui    guexl
' chamber sizes i.uncheon i-mtti.-. nota*
fifty tour lui-lie* in tliiimelei. ure ��liow
[ lng the iiiltueiii-e ot llie new studies
yel iii these in>tlnliu surpasses the solid
;   e\e|el   '-llllll-olden    tor  lllll'SIHielle-s   .'I IHI
I tii-Hiiiy     It is not u.ird to Una ii reason
i lni   mis.  as those wllo nave und ewe
rienee   witb   nn na   embroidery   kuow
! tu.it in no utliei  lorm Is the lieHuty oi
An Apron Effect. , iUr work preservo ho long
The  bib apron  "f  t^|e  blue  moire j     How  ��.|���m���tnu h rblid'e  tace hum
"" "~       ""* niMieiir miller tne new sunlionnrtv.    A
life shield ut (link mien ts emliruidereO
III solid white, aud Hie emtimulerefl
(leK'cn   In  llfthtl}'   eovere��l   with   H   d:irn
Hit' n ul the sniiie shade ot pink hm tb
hhleid.   Tbe li.uk und OikmI are ot wtm.
' plaid    muslin    edtred    WHO    une        in
' cusnioiis.   outside   or   the   emliroldereo
I ones,   eretoiiiie   sllll   holds   Its  o�� II   to'
I mi tn m**i   |iiir|H>ses     Koi   Ibe sate keep
Inn  ol   i-enierpiecex  and dollies is  Hi*
roiiviiieui cabinet llluatniiea. wti.i o i>
01 maiiouHiiy.
��llk elves this i-huntllly Huh- dinner
sown a housemaid elte>-t. but the Utile
apron over tbe nounced (own is rvuily
LAOk   UlNjNKH  UOWN
eery itnu-etm t.'ryslui oillU'ii- so
down lhe trout ol the upruii. hiiu ll lh
wemhiHi with crystal trinue t r,v��lai
taituiiis on lite black Millu shoes are a
very new note.        i - '
A Library Fer Baby.
"Kvery montli I buy a book tor nn
haby." aald a yonna mother whose itov
Is less than a year old, "be<-aiise i
tblnk a clilkt cannot twistn too *uon u
collect s library which wilt prove nm*
fui durum tbe whole nl lis Ule. U<
course its titu moou tu s��\ thai nn
child has a taste ror litem mre out it
any event he'll appreciate the works o-
the Klltfltsb and American |>oels If he's
anyililuii like Ills parents and will In
ftlml to Have copies ut Iheir liooks
a i ii mt. even It he iloee nol oiten reao
them Ky lbe tune I've ���-nllrcteO lb<
Works nl lhe Hritish |mh-Is mt ls��y wll
Ih- old enough to learn Ihe Hlpliubel
When the American nsi is iiimwiete be
wlll !����� uoinu tn a public s< ii<nu. auo
When lies leu years old he Wlll have n
lilii-tii-y oi mote than a bundled cia*
mm And ih.it is more standar<l issiks
tii'in can usiiaUt lie tnumi in (lie nonsi
oi hii America ii tuiuiiy or ttveratte ed
uriitioii mid lucome."
Ciude a
rtli-l*.
Left Over Sweet*,
floe hits ul |eii> to enrich pwtdtntfn
Small   <|Uiinlltles   ot   berries   serve   (lie
same pui'|Hise.    A i-iiptui ot ri|>e   -ur
routs or  any  *urt  or  berries  can  be
mushed into a i-uptin ot sniiiu mul udtl
ed  with a tieatea **KH  to  uiuke a  par.
Kven a hair cniirni ot te-rnes or lam
iidda a delicious nuvoi  to �� i|nntt <>r
Ice cream.   Have the leftover* in sirup
rrom can* nt nun ror ireiatin dessens"
dlierbel, rreauiH. puitdlinra. sauees, i-bnr
luttes.    mill    cOttHlte    (HlddlllKH.    with
stair  bread nt  caka or  to poor over
Kieiub puiiciiki:a
Vacation For ths Eyes.
tCreryhoU.v should inve iiis eyes a
dnvs  holiday ut   icast  once a  mouth
III   lhe   present   H(ie   We   expellell'e   till
mot* eye strain nwltM  to itu-reiisinw
remiiim habits and multitudes ut elar
lim 'IKlile I Iiiiii oui toietalllers did. anu
Ae siiltei more trom headm-hcs
liieieioie Kite your eyes a holiday
��� s   tleipielitly  as  possible      Ulve  I belli
a  Any* absolute rest, and  the rellei
tiie next day wlll be most retreshiiiK-
When tuktim uu eye holiday a room
Wltb ureen Willi pu|ier Is a sood place
to rest iii tt one cannot aet iu ibe
counlrt uiiiolm lutiuivs (rrei'ii nelds
and wo<ata tiiven reels thy eyes wore
Uiun any otber vour.
Culinary.
Mn. Newedii .lack, dear, 1- want
ynu to Ret yonr Hie insured
Nctvedd WhyV Are you nnlns to
do vour own cookingf-Bostou ITao-
senpu
For Warming Over Things.
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Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
Madam���This Delicious
Dessert Saves Time
Instead of spending hours over a hot stove preparing dessert, try Mooney's
Sugar Wafers.   Their delicious flavor will surprise and please the whole family.
It cost us thousands of dollars and took years to perfect this, dainty.. Taste
it once and you will say that both time and money were well spent
Here are just threeof many reasons why you should at least try Mooney!s Sugar
Wafers. rir*t���their delicious spicy and appetizing taste. Second���-it takes no time
to serve them���they are always ready���always good.    77ii��f~they cost but little.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
jC;.inatli'.s  Most  Popular  Dessert
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the finest bakery in the country. We use
nothing but the best ingredients. Our flour is a special blend. Our butter and cream
are from the finest dairies in Western Ontario. We get the best because we pay
top prices. Then there is ttie incomparable Mooney Method���lhe Method that
gave to the Dominion, Perfection Cream Sodas���the standard soda cracker.
The same Ugh quality standard that has made ours the fastest growing business
in Canada goes into our greatest creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
OS) At your grocer's, in dainty, dust and damp-proof tins.   10 and 25 cents.   Try them today.
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Company, Ltd. 111
7 T    'fk-m eioht ���
Westminster 'jailtt news
MONOAY, AUGUST S, 1912V
THE BARNET
REFRIGERATOR
Is The Best
You can keep fruit, but- (
ter, milk-, fish, onions,
meat and cheese in it
together and have no
mixture of odors.
Sold and guaranteed only by
Anderson & Lusby
Sale Now On
During July large reductions fn ladies' and, men's suits, of best goods
(all this season's), are being offered.
This ls a chance not had every day.
Call and see them at
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New   Westminster.
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City News
#OUT
flf'THEY:
YOU CAN GET RID OF ALL THAT J
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
Alderman A. E. White left on Saturday for a week's pleasure trip to
Victoria.
Straw Hats, Half Price. A. 9. Mills
& Co. *���
Mr. Charles A. Sutherland, of thj
People's Trust company, returned 1 *st
evening from a short vlBlt to Victoria.
Rye bread*��� Uke your motner usV
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. ���*
Kwong On Wo, a Chinese merchant
is contemplating additions to his
present place of business to the
amount of $76.
The Columbia Piano and Music
House, 522 Columbia sireet, Is headquarters for Victor Giaroapboses and
Records. ���*
At the meeting of the council
tonight the proposal of tbe park commissioners to have weekly band concerts at Queens park will come up for
consideration.
MONEV TO LOAN on Residential
property; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. **
An error In the report of the Chet-
sey-Burton assault case as reported
by this paper on Saturday morning
stated that the affray took place in
the Lytton hotel, whereas the Depot
hostelry was the scene cf hostilities.
Straw Hats, Half Price. A. S. Mills
& Co. *���
A good program of sports has been
prepared and everything points to a
pleasant day being spent, providing
Old Jupe is in good humor. It is expected that some ,150 will take In the
trip.
FRET AND WORRY THAT IS EATING YOUR   HEART   OUT BY TAK-
PROPERT Y
WANTED
I am open to buy re g
sidentiaVlots or business [
prope/ty in New Westminster.   State number
oi lot, block, etc., and
'< lowest price and terms.
FROM   OWNERS  ONLY
BOX NO. 83
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
on the Banjo,  Zither Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola, Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
Above Instruments repaired, strung
and tuned. Putting on Banjo Heads
a specialty. Auto Harps and Zithers
strung and tuned.
'M'J. Lawrence
Leave, instruments for tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Music House.
419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 694.
High grade, medium price an:l all
grades of pianos and piayer pianos,
low prices, easy payments at the Co-
_       ,������.,.��� i lumbia Piano and Music House,    522
ING OUT A LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT   Columbia stieet. ������
POLICY. IT IS THE BEST INVESTMENT ANY MAN CAN MAKE FOR
HIS FAMILY AGAINST THE DAY
OF TROUBLE. COME IN AND
TALK IT OVER WITH ME.
Alfred W. McLeod
Straw Hats, Half Price. A. S. Mills
& Co. ���*
Mayor Lee has safely reached his
destination in Loudon, and already
everything points to his mission being very successful. Acting Mayor
Gray has received a cablegram to this
effect.
NEGOTIATING FOR LAND
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New   Westminster
CATTLE WASH to keep off flies.
INSECT POWDER.
MOSQUITO   OIL   to   keep   off   Mosquitoes.
MOTH BALLS AND BAGS.
LIME JUICE.
LEMONADE LIQUID AND POWDER.
DISINFECTANTS.
SUNBURN  LOTIONS.
WATER    WINGS    AND    BATHING
CAPS.      "
KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES,  ETC.
The municipal council of Delta has
awarded the contract of building the
new municipal hall to Mr. C. G. Bowden of Burnaby Lake. $13,000 is understood to be the contract price Mr.
Bowden has opened an office in the
Westminster Trust block.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
properly; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. *���
G. R. Ruell, a lineman in the employ of the B. C. E. R., is lying in the j
Hoyal Columbian Hospital suffering
from a broken ankle and severe
bruises caused hy a fall from a pole
on Saturday morning. The man was
working on Armstrong avenue, East
Burnaby, where the municipality is
widening the road, and while at the
top of a pole it gave way beneath his
weight.
Not how cheap, but how pood. Hear
the great Chickering Bios.' player-
pianos at the Columbia Piano House,
opposite City Hall. Made and guaranteed by the only living Chlckeiings
making pianos, truly the wonder of
the age. vVe have other piano players
as low as $450 ln price. ���*
Final arrangements have been
made by the committee in charge of
the annual picnic of St. Peter's
Church. Special cars will leave Sapperton on Tuesday morning at 7:30
o'clock, leaving the depot on Columbia street at 8 o'clock. The party will
board the S.S. Baramba at Vancouver at 9:13, leaving for Bowen Island,
where the day will be spent.
$4500 Per Acre Offered for Three
Acres on North Road.
Mr. H. B. Baker, Rochester road,
has been offered $4500 per acre for an
aggregate of three acres by a retiring
gentleman from New Brunswick who
wishes to bask In the sun and enjoy
Ihe salubrious climes of Uie Pacific
slope.
This is in tbe vicinity of where the
Great Northern railway is double
tracking. Its line and also where the
company Intends to erect a high level
bridge over the North road.
Other sums have been offered to
near residents ot Mr. Baker, and according to some Important deals ln
this vicinity are to be looked for.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
8EEOS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
.  New     Wettmintter.     B     C.
LOST HIS HAND
A serious accident befel a rig and
the occupants on Saturday morning
when it collided with a B. C. E. R.
car at the corner of Columbia and
McNeely streets. S. Lickvuid. who was
driving the horse, was thrown from
his seat, his hand heing crushed underneath the wheels cf the car In
such a manner as to necessitate it
being amputated.
Oscar Anderson, the other occupant
of the buggy, was not injured. The
electric car was traveling at slow
| speed and according to eyewitnesses,
neither the motorman nor the driver
of the rig had a chance to see each
other  before  the  Impact  took  place.
Lickvuid is a single man and is employed by a local contractor ThiR is
the second accident of its kind that
has occurred in this vicinity during
the past month.
A $ 1500 Store
19 Bungalows and 44 Other
Valuable Real Estate Prizes
to be Given Away Absolutely Free  To Purchasers of
Lots in        .    . <
�� ��� *
Cumberland Park
Bathing Caps,
Waterwings,
and all Seaside
Requisites at
MUIR'S DRUG Wtit
Four doors East of Bank oif
Montreal.
New Westminster, B. ('.
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, 50*
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
fNO. 1233���FIFTH STREET, TWO
lotB, 50x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 123^���PRINCESS STREET 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. I
NO.   131S���DUBLIN   STREET.  NEAR14
Twelfth street, on upper Bide; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 tu lane.
Price $1550.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132; cleared aud
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
casb.
DOUBLE    CORNER,    TENTH    AND |
Edinburg atreet; cleared and ready 1
to build on.   Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE  CORNER  ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO.    1143���WISE     ROAD,    FACING,
south, 67x114 to lane;  cleared and '
in  orchard.  Price  for  a  few  days
only, $1,100; one-third caah.
I
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED  1891.
We  write   Fire, Life, A;ci��:*-5.t, Employer** Liability.    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Read All
of This. It
is worth
your while
Come in Tonight if you
are busy all
day.
I have a way of doing business
that my friends tell me doesn't
make enough money. I believe differently. I depend upon a whole lot
of sales at a small profit, rather
than a few with large profits. In
other words, I give you more for
your money than anyone else will.
Read the rest of this and see how I
do business.
The first piece of property I have to sell is Cumberland Park, out
on Burnaby Lake. It's not very large, only one hundred and twenty
aires.
First I am clearing it, so you can  live there  right now, and start
a garden if you want to.       v
Then I contracted for a store building, with living rooms upstairs,
to coet $1500 to build, and also for nineteen-bungalows that are costing me from $400 up to $750 to build. Two of the houses stand on
$930 lots, the others are on $500 lots.
That leaves one hundred vacant lots, and as the Burnaby Lake
tram line runs right through the property, from one corner down to-
the other, I had to make the lots different sizes. Come of them
are 33 foot frontage, others are as much as 140 foot front.. These
lots are worth from $500 to $1150 each. I am selling all these lots,
those with the houses included, for $500 each. Here Is the way It
works out There are 44 lots worth from $560 to $1150 each. There
are twenty buildings together with the lots they are built on, worth
from $900 to $2000. I will sell you a lot for $500. When the 120
pieces are sold, this, of course, Includes those with the buildings, you
will meet in my office and decide with the others, just how you
want the prizes distributed. That's the way I do business. I won't
have any blanks where there is a chance for you to lose a cent. I
haven't put a lot In that Is worth less than the full amount you pay
for It, $500.   I am going to give you  easy  terms  on  th|��. ,tafl����45b.OO
firi'i.n     -T nrt     t1R flft    m    mmh*U
down and $15.00 a month.
.��'-
Now wouldn't you like to have a home on Burnaby Lake. It's the
only fresh water lake In Greater Vancouver. I tell you it's colng to
be fine out there. The engineers are wcrkin^j on plans now to put a
Boulevard around It, and beautify It in many ways. You can really live
there. You can have a garden and raise your own fresh vegetables.
You can have a boat on the lake.    There's some flne fishing too.
Now I have told you about this as plainly ae I known how. You
can cee for yourself that you have better than one chance In two
of getting more than your money's worth, and you might get the
$1900 piece; someone will. Come in and see about thle right away.
They won't last very long. I can't say any more, It'a up to you
now.    I have given you the chance.
E. H McELROY,
Selling Agent, 455 Hamilton St., Vancouver
New Westminster Office
Dadds& Blane
714 Columbia Street
'Phone 1005
,
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