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VOLUMIfl   7,   IN Li All UMI   lilt.
NBW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, ISI*.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
H. R. H. the Duke and Duchess and Princess Patricia of
Connaught Steam Up Fraaer to Royal City���Greet ng of
Fishermen���Presentations at Queen's Park.
With a glorlouB breeze
away the rain clouds snd cauoln;;
every particular piece ct bunting to
stream out In all Its bravery; with
the sun doing hls best to recall pre
October days, the beat traditions of
royal weather were sustained during
jthe visit ot Canada's royal governor
general to the Royal City yesterday.
That the voyage from the gulf up
the great waterway that means so
mticb to Westminster's future development was of the greatest Interest to the royal party was abundantly
evident. Mr. H. Hamilton Fyfe, one
time editor of the London Dally Mirror and of the Morning Advertiser
aud now special British correspondent
on the Governor General's tour, said
that the sight of the harbor had Im
pressed them all. And Indeed the
Fraser ls a river to be proud of. Impressive as the scene was from the
wharf where thousands congregated
awaiting the first sign of the Princess
Alice, a still more beautiful scene
greeted those on board her when she
rounded Into tho city reach.
From the Wharf.
As one gazed trom the wharf away
cn the southern shore the wind bent
the willows, now turning a light
bronze and forming with the bare
stumps of the original terest a background tor thn great stream upon
whose breast some hundred ft shin?
craft were arranged tn two long lines
Many shipping ensigns ot Canada
flew straight out trom the'.r lines
there too was to be seen the red sun
of Japan. , Close by, decked from
stem to stern In varied hue of b".nt
ing, lay the Fruhling and the Samson
while away cut as all er.pectantb
gaxrd down strea:n, a G. N. R. tralr
clrolel th* crve rf the opposit;
shore with a lon? trail of steam.
tip str^iim and eioa**** Hand le>
the Senator Jansen, atlircd In hei
best, while as tha eye glanc.t-d bayond
the blue water sreskled with whit:
caps, the Imnensllv of tho bridge
stood picked out In Its varying colors
gr��v buttress, dark Intricacy ot steel
white ot ra'llng. while over all th<
mountains looked down clear cut in
the freshening wind.
Among  the  Throne.
The crowd waited tonic, but did no'
lack fcr incident. Bats blew over tntr
the river, here a missionary doled cu
pamphlets In sl range characters t;
hls yejlpw brother, there, with st.afl
In hand stood a chief of the valle:
Indians, while Sikh and Hindu. Jap
anese antl Chinese, blanket Indian5
and store clothe3 Indians mingled ii<
the cosmopolitan throng that filled
the space around the C. P. R. wharf
and threw Its crest of humanity -a
high fts the roof cf the B. C. E. R
building.
A telegram to Mr. Ed. Goulet, C. P
R. apent, told that the boat would b<
a half hour, late, thus It was S:M
when some smoke was see* to.- b��
rising from Behind Annacis Island.
The cry went up. "Here She Comes.'
and shortly urier the Princess Alice
gaily decked with flags, with the pilot
boat Restless ���preceding her, came Into view. With a grand -majestic.
swing the Hoyal yacht rounded Inte
the harbor and swept around thr
Westminster rnd of the waiting -mosquito flotilla. As sho passed th*
small boats the line broke and tl*����
power launches tooting their whistles
like demons surrounded the' b'g
Btearaer and escorted her to- tha
wharf.   .
Scenes at Wharf.
As the /Mice drew near 'he landing
stage H. .It. H., the Duke, was seen
descending from tlie bridge and dl��-
appeared Into an alleyway, T. R. H..
tho Dpchesa and Princess Patricia together with Mlss Pelly. ladv In waiting, and several of the Governor General's retinue were standing on the
promenade deck forward at the starboard rail waring replies to the cheer
of the crowd gathered on the eastern
end of ths wharf. The steamer tben
commenced to tie up and after this
had been sc-omnllshed under instruction of Chief Officer Rlppon, two Dominion rollcc officers descended and
tested the gangway. These were followed by Inspector Parkinson, also of
the Dominion police, and Lieutenant-
Colonel Lowther. who came forward
and greeted the Mayor and Aldermen
and others oo the wharf. The Colonel was followed by severil members of thn Royal party, including Major Worthlngton and Captain Buller.
' It was about 3.35 when His Royal
Highness antain put in an appearance
and followed by the Duchess and Princess Pstrio.ia he steeped onto tho,
wharf. Colonel Lowther came forward and presented Mavor and Mrs.
Lee after whloh His Worship took
chsrge of affairs and presented the
remaining members of tho waiting
party. These Included the Aldermen
and their ladles. Mr. George Graham,
division superintendent of the C.P.R.:
A. v.. Stevens, assistant general
superintendent, and J. McGown of the
C. P. R. B. C. Coast Service. Captain
l/ocke. master of the Alice, Captain
Gilchrist and- Captain Troup, superintendent of the Paciflc C. P. R. fleet,
driving | stood In position on tbe bridge deck
1 as- the Royal party made a landing.
Welcomed to City.
After a formal welcome had been
extended Tbeir Royal Highnesses by
Mayor Lee the entire party mounted
tbe waiting autos and proceeded at
once for .Queens park. With flags
and bunting fluttering ln the brisk
breeze from almost every building
Columbia street present* d a great
sight as the automobiles passed up
streel. At the intersection ot Fourth
the Governor-General passed under
the lumber and fisheries arch which
looked striking Indeed ln Its dress of
fishing nets and other paraphernalia
peculiar to the fishing and lumbering Industries.
Men dressed in fishermen's garb
were standing on the cross section
in postures common to the fishing
folk when pursuing their calling.
Huge salmon fresh from the waters
of the Fraser were dangling from
various points giving the whole a
very unique appearance.
Arrives at Exhibition.
The motor cars swung through the-
-southern gate of the park and paraded
around the oval to the pavilion which
was erected in front of the women's
building. Here an Immense crowd-
one of the biggest Queens park hat,
iver seen���had congrega U"* and ��� It
was with difficulty that the autoe
wanded the'.r way through into position. The royal car stopped at steps!
leading to the stand and ln company
with the Mayor, the Duke and
Duchess and Princess Patricia ascended to the platform.
The pavilion wss beautifully ar.d
'astetully decorated with all mannei
->f hunting, flags and flowers, while
ttreemers of pennants fin tiered In th��
breese from various point9. The dais
loer wjl4_.cpv.ered with a thle'.; ricl'
tolorei cane' aid on It were ar
-aagod chairs on which Their Rovat
highnesses took a seat. Fcr a wh'le
*he Duke chatted vlvao'ously with
���ho mayor while thc royal .ladles view
d their surroundings.    Tho proceed
SUCCESS ATTENDS
TAG DAY WORKERS
Well   Over   Klght  Hundred   Dollars
Given la Westminster for Tranquille Hanntorluiu.
A gratifying response was made by
the public yesterday to the efforts ot
the ladles of the city ou the occasion
of tbe annual tag day of the local
branch of the Anti-Tuberculosis
society In aid of the Tranquille sanitarium at Kamloops, B.C. A sum well
over $800 was realized by all the col
lectors, which Is considered a decided
lv eood showing for Westminster by
those wbo had the project In hand.
Collectors ware on the street from
early morning practically until dusk
and that their efforts were not going
entirely disregarded 'was demonstrat
ed by the fact that very few people
conld he seen on Columbia street
without a Ur appended to their but
tonboles or dresses.
Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute, who was on^
of the prime movers in the tag day
ls perfectly satisfied with the return;
reoelved, as are also the lady collec
tors and members of the Women's
Council who assisted In the laudable
work.
BALKANS ARE LIT
WIIH fIRf Of WAR
LEAPS OFE BRIDGE
T6 SAVE TWO LIVES
SIR GEORGE REID
ON WORLD POWER
Friendship of   Britain    and    States
Conserves Domination to Them
���Panama Canal.
From Many Sources Comet
News of Hostilities W th
Tui k jy.
Bulgarian Troops   Cross   Frontier���
Porte's    Note    to    Powers���
Mobilizing Proceeds.
London, Oct. 3.���Hostilities between the Balkan States and Turkey have began, according to reports
received from many quarters tonight
A dispatch to the Russian government says that Bulgarians are cross
Ing the frontier. Military action appears to have outsrlpped slower-
footed diplomacy, for no ultimatum
hae yet been presented to Turkey
and in Constantinople none Is ex
pected untll Monday.
The Porte, however, has sent an
official notification to the powerr
which reads; "In view of the mani
festly aggressive attitude of the Bai
kan States, Turkey reserves to Itself
full liberty of action, convinced that
the civilised world wlll not fall to
do justice to Its moderate attitude,
but this cannot excludes cares for
safeguarding Its dignity and security
as well as its rights."
Fighting Reported.
This lt would seem Is the Porte's
way of preparing the world for the
failure of the powers to stave off
hostilities. No official confirmation
of the rupture of peace ls to be had,
but skirmishes are reported to have
taken place In the neighborhood of
DJumhala; called Jarboll, Bulgarian
territory. In the Albania valley,
along  the Montenegrin border,  and
Confined to Barracks Lance Corporal
Masters  Dashes  Out���Canoe
Was Upset.
Frederlcton, N. B., Oct. 3.���Lance
Corporal William Masters, H com
pany R. C. R��� jumped off the
Fredericton-8t. Marys Highway
bridge, 30 feet, Into the waters of
the St. John river and saved two
local young men from drowning to
day.
For some breach of military discipline he was confined to the barracks when he heard cries tor help
coming from the river after the
canoe, occupied by tbe two young
men, had been upset.
He rushed out of the barracks, got
over the back fence, ran out on the
bridge, and then, as the few spectators who had gathered held their
breaths, he jumped. Masters had
brought one ashore and was bringing
the other, when suddenly he became
exhausted. The purser, Peter Allen,
and members of the crew of the
steamer Majestic, threw life lines to
thera which they grasped and thus
were pulled ashore. -
UKIfORM MARRIAGE
LAW IS ADVOCATED
Presbyterians of  Maritime   Province?
Would Chance British North
America Act.
Washington, Oct. 3.���"As long as
Great Britain and the United States I also upon the Servian border.
stand together In friendship they
will dominate the world," Str George
H. Reid, high commissioner for
Australia, is quoted as saying ln an
Interview published here today.
"Should there be a rupture in
their friendly relations,*' the interview continues, "and there is no indication t,hat stub a rupture wlll occurs, other powerb might seek to
change the'balance of power of the
world."
Sir George spoke reservedly about I
a  Panama  oanal       lie rtoolnrerl  thnt
Turkey has appointed the war
minister, Naslm Pacha, to supreme
command of the imperial army. Roumania has not yet mobilized its
troops, and it Is reported that this
will not take place for a few daya.
Negotiations by the Great Powers
in favor of peace are being carried
Ort in Paris. Tt ls understood that
Austria will request Europe's mandate to take the needful steps to
localize war.
All dispatches from tbe East are
the Panama canal.
voc'feroua   manner,   followed   by   a
"tiger."
The nrlze live styick was then
paraded In front of the mval pavilion
'or the Inspection of the, visiters. Per
haps lifer, before: In th* MstOrv of
the exhibition bas- such a flne arra?
of hones and cattle been on show.
Thp horses rero some ot the Soft
looking animals ever seen In this locality, and the nittlo. .ftvuplementert
bv the famous blue ribbon stock of
the Colony farm, were Superb and ap-
(Continued na Nat four)''
not begrudge
recompensa-
tton from the canal, but thought tbe
American people would observe
every treaty right to which they
were pledged. The commissioner
declined to discuss the Home Rule
situation. irn
COMING SESSION
MAY SPELL RUIN
Gap Between Liberals. : and    Labor
Widens���Leader Steps Out���   '-
Conservatives Solid.
ngs  were begtm when Mlsa Dorothy  0"��JT;"��'��*���'�� *����"
' ro.   looking   dalntv    In   a dress or  the  Unlted   8tateB  ��n>
���hite.  came  forward aod    presented
he Duchess with a basket of flowers
Hm was followed by the. May Queen
Mlss Annie Staton, who sccompanld
'tv her maids ln waiting. Miss Doreen
Hiomas and  Mlss ��� Alice    Bradshaw.
jrac'ously presented a similar basket
o Pr'ncess Patricia.
President T. J. Trapp. nt the P. A
& I. socletv, then thfenked ttfe Duk'
for consenting to visit the citv again
-nd read a brief address on the his
'ory of the provincial exhibition and
'he Royal Agricultural and 'Industrial
toe'ety. He next presented to thr
lovernor General a golden key.
HI R. H. Opefa Pah\ .
At this Hts Roval Highness oamr
'orward on the platform and brleflv
addressed the huge throng. He stated
'n a few sincere words that he had
been asked to declare the exhibition
onen, which he .would be glad to do
't gave htm groat pleasure to be
xmongst     the' Westminster     people
'Clin, he state*. He had listened with
del I aht to the-history .of the fair and
't pleased him to see that'a great In-
'erest was shown. In It. In conclusion
he said:i "I row declare the oxMb'
tlon open and hone It will meet with
wat success and will be of great lit
terest to the people of the province. '
Memhers of the executive aiid ��
nmrber of ladles next came forward
and were presented tu His Royal
Highness, the Duchess antt Prircea*
Patricia. Pror^lnen't among 1*109* on
the platform were Premier Sir Richard McBride. Mr. J. D. Tavlor. MP.;
Mr. P. J. MacKenrle, M.P.P.: Mr,
Thomas Gifford, M.P.P.; Ueut.-Colonel
W. A. Johnson, end Captain Goodland
snd Lieutenant Sangster. of the 104th
regiment; Aldermen Kellington, Cur
tts. Whit*. Lvnch, Henlev and Gray.'
Mr. John R, Outwsh. president cf the
board of trade:1 Dr. F. P. Smith, p'-esl-
dent of the Progressive as'sociat'nn:
Mr. J. J. Miller, president ot the Vancouver Exhibition .association. . . t<*
gather with representatives of tho R
A. & I. society, and many ladles.
frm: and Purse.
Mrs, Fletcher, president of tbe
Women's Oouncll. presented a battel
of fruit to the Duchess, and Mrs. Armstrong, on behalf of the ladles ot the
city, asked Her Hoyal Highness to ae-
cept a purse containing some $180, Ip
aid of the-Victorian Order et Nurses.
Mayor Lee then called for three
cheers for the Kin*, three tor the
Governor General and three for the
Dr-ohess and Princess Patricia, all of
whtih wera glveh , In , a hearty   and
He declared that  subject to long delay and censorship.
Servians Draw Blood.
Vienna, Oct. 3.���A Servian regiment
repulsed  a Turkish   battalion    white
the  latter was crossing the  Servian
Pictou, N. 8., Oct. 3.���-The Presby
terlan Synod ot the Maritime Prov
luces convened last nlgbt. Matters tc
be decided at this Bynod are the pro
posed establishment of a Presbyterian
boys college and the amalgamation of
tl.e funds of tbe eastern and western
sections of the church. Rev. Ander-
.on Rogers, of Halifax, and- Dr. T. a
lack of North Sydney, were nomlnat
ad for moderators, Mr. Rogers was
elected unanimously, while Dr. Jack
i;- assured of the office later.
Thc state of the marriage question
xb revealed by the judgment of tht
Privy Council led to the Introduction
of a resolution by Dr. Smith, of Fred
erlcton, to the effect that the  synod
froutier, according to a despatch Just I approves   of   and  will   advocate   th;
received here.   No details were given,   amendment of the North America Aci
Reports here from Montenegro sa>   so as to make it possible for the fed
London, Oct. 8.���Unrest has fallen
on the Liberal and Radical paper?
regarding the coming session of par
liament. Although every paper scoffs
at any chance of defeat for the Aa
qtilth government It Is admitted thai
Unionists, always keep fighters on the
opposition benches, will give the ministerial side lots of trouble. John Bul'
has been bumped Just about as hard
as he can be by the social legislation
of Lloyd George and now following
this there Is the threatened eruption
over Ylome Rule. This has not made
the Liberal benches at all easy.
Now on top of all there Is the ever
widening gap, between Liberals and
Labor. It is practically certain tha
Ramsay Macdonald. the one man tt
the ranks of the Labor party who ha<
been able to keep thjft party In Iin
wttb tbe govemmefft) has lost contro'
of his wing, lie haa agreed to join
an Indian commission that will keei
him out of pontics for two years.    ���
There sts slgna of streaa within tbr
Liberal party! Lloyd ueerre stand'
for the radicalism In It. while WliHtow
Churchill's present phase of mind ba-
a heivy imperial benjL; If the twe
break aaundetiiben H.roay be tha*
Macdonald ana Llqyd George wll'
stand on the .state platform for the
leadership nf the masses against tbe
Liberal middle classes and the Con
.servative upper tqn. But In the twe
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TURKEY YxWetiUDES
PEACE WITH ITALY
Constantinople, Oct. 4.���
The Turkish cabinet voted
yesterday snd accepted the
Italian latest proposals for
peace, ia the statement emanating from sn authoritative
source. Tha. preliminary
agreement ls to be signed at
Onrhv. on th6 srritfal of the
special Turkish emissary,
who left here after the cabinet meeting.
���������������������t���������������#���#���������
that all schools there are closed ani?
the people greatly enthused over tht
mobilization of troops and the poss!
billty cf war with Turkey.
Captnre Turkish Aeroplanes.
Belgrade,   Oct.   3.���Three   Turkish
aeroplanes  and  several caioad.i    ot
munitions of war en  route to Cor
stantlnople were seized here today b
the Servian authorities.
Trooping Back to War.
New York, Oct. 3.���"Send all Bul-
ranans and Macedonian's to Bulgar
la"i
Thla ia the measage posted in
front of tbe Macedoniah-Bulggarian
organisation here today.' It was sent
by the president of the central committee ln Sofia.
While there are only about 200 Bulgarians and Macedonians in Ne*
York, It is said large colonies of
these nationalities live ln East St
Louis, South Chicago, Pittsburg and
other industrial centres. Manv ol
these are tn the first or second re
serve, having served time in the army.
MILLION DOLLARS
IN DAMAGE DONE
.i-i,.
Disastrous Firs Sweeps  Philadelphia
" Wharves���Cut Off by Flamca
-, -      ^Tugs Rescue Men.
��� Philadelphia, Oct Sl���Property
valued at one million dollars waa de
strbyed by Ore wblcb swept Pier 80
south wharves, at the fcot of Bnydei
Afenue here yesterday in one or tb1
uost spectacular flres that ever oc
���tirred In the Delaware river front
The pier, which was owned by tht
Baltimore and Ohio railroad and wa-
valued at 1350,000 waa entirely de
ttroyed. Merchandise loaded on the
iWucthre was   Valued   at   an   equa'
.mount and the adjoining property
Ismaged to the extent of more than a
quarter of a million dollara. A squad
of laborers working on the end of thr
pier, had their escape to shore cut off
bV the rapid spread .of-the flames
which are supposed to hate been due
to crossed electric wires. ��� The mar
were rescued by tugs.. The plsr was
used by tbe Hamburg-American Line
of steamships' as a landing place for
Immigrants aud freight. Seventeen
freight csrs loaded vith flour. 200
tona oi china clay. 75 carloads of
manganese, 5000 hales of cork,'thiee
carloads bf nitrate of soda and 200
tona of 'otbfr merchandise on tbe pier
vtt entirely consumed.
eral parliament to enact a uniform
marriage law for the whole of Can
ada. The resolution was referred to
a committee to be nominated by the
moderator.
TEN CHILDREN ARE
BURNED TOGETHER
Parents  Went  Out to  Neighbors tc
Play Cards���Home burns While
Away.
St. Bernard, Dorchester County,
Que.. Oct. 3.���Left alone ln their home
by their parents, who went out to a
neighbor's to play cards, the ten
children of Mr. aud Mrs. Alexander
Gravel, of this place, were burned to
death at a late hour last night. The
Gravel home was completely destroyed. The flre is believed to have been
due to the explosion of a kerosene
lamp.
The dead children, the oldest sixteen yeara of age and the youngest
sixteen months, had no chance to escape. The Gravels were startled
from their game of cards by seeing a
bright reflection in the sky. Rushing
out of the house ln wbich tbey were
visiting, tbey discovered that their
house was in flames. They bad po
opportunity to attempt to rescue any
of the'r children, for ths roof tell tn
wh|le they were dashing toward th?
burning building.
Tbe bodies ot all ten children were
burned to a. crlsn.
The dead children tufo; J6***m 1*
vears old. De-nelrnes, 16; Adeltda.
13; Romeo, 12; Regina, II; Marie
* nge, t; Francois, T; Lionel, 5;
Marie Louis. I; Simon. 16 months.
Thera. t|. a rumor, thft. ,tbe youji ger
GratefehUdren were given a dose .of
soothltttr syrui) to tti tke Ahjsm sleep
during the absence of the parents, an J
It Is sa'd thst this dosing of the children .has becme quite prevalent
among the country people of the vicinity who wish to spend ibclal evening among -their neighbors without
having to worry about the little ones.
Medicinal nrepa^tlona of that sort
oon. tMs clstrwd. be, bcxffct at any of 9
���he local email stores, ths lire st th�� ���
Gravel bouse broke ort eo suddenly
thst there would have bernno opportunity for tivv rf the. children to a*
cape before the house waa enveloped *��*
In flames. i��
St   Perm��rd  la   ftwfr. miles   from #�����
Scotts Junction, ob tbe   line  of tie #
I Quebec Central Railway.   The village \tp
RECORD CROWDS
ATGRfATfAIR
' ������ . ,,.
Nearly Eighteen   Thousand
Pan     Turnstiles     at
Queen's Perk.
Thousands Occupy    Every Coign or
Vantage to Greet Royal Visitors
���Scenes In Buildings.
The official figures given out laat
night as to the attendance were 17,.
888, which more than doubles those
of the two previous days and create*
a record for tbe New Westminster
annual fair. Paid admissions were
11,761, while 5007 bad season
tickets or passes.
Two more days remain in which
to attain the highest mark ever
reached In tbe Koyal City for total
attendance at the fair, and given
good weather. It is a safe guess that
all records wlll be broken.
Vancouver Day.
Yesterday    was    Vancouver    and
American Day, and It la a credit to
the people of the Terminal City and
also to our friends across the border
that they turned  out as they    did.
Commencing early  yesterday morning all the transportation roads running Into New Westminster began to
experience a great rash of business
and before the morning    was    half
over, the double headers on the B.
C. Electric were loaded to the   gunwales, as an old sea dog might say.
Perhaps It was the approach for
the second time of the royal party
which  made the    people    feel confident that Jupiter    Pluvlus    would
keep to his  retreat,  but  it  was    a
fact yesterday that except for light
overcoats to protect them from the
cold spell ln the evening, the people*
turned out in their full regalia. All
the latest fall fashions could be seen
at  lhe  fair  grounds,  and  the vast
concourse      well    displayed      their
variety.-
Tremendous Rnsh.
At 1 o'clock, the real r;i.sli J>egati
una the two car 'trains' of the car
company operating from Columbia
street depot to the lower park gates
began to feel the strain of the
heavy traffic.
At 2 o'clock all the buildings holding exhibits wore crowded with visitors, while the grandstand and
bleachers in front of the oval were
well patronized by tboee who enjoyed the junior lacrosse game and
baseball contest.
A small crowd had begun to
gather in front of the royal pavilion
and once started- It grew Into hundreds, then thousands just before
the royal guests arrived within the
park gates. Every point of vantage
waa taken by interested people, the
windows and balconies of the different ljui!.tings forming the broken
tquare being dotted with people.
At the Dining Hall.
The delay of the arrival of the
royal party caused a slump in the
dining hall In the .Industrial building, and when the doors were opened
again later ln the afternoon the
rush was so great by the people
anxious to appease their hunger that
the tood supply gave out at one
period and the doors of tbe dining:
hall had to he closed.
All the afternoon and evening a
continual stream of people werei
sightseeing in the Curtis section,
where photos ot Indians and their
life are being shown. The special
booth of the Native SonB was also-
well patronised and the officials In
charge had a busy time explaining
the. different exhibit? which fill tblfc
section-to overflowing. ,me
Splendid Vegetables. "*
Tho thoughts of lowering the
present high cost of living no doubt
entered the minds of many Vancouver people as they gased on the
thousands of vegetables which were
being exhibited.
The fruit and root display hast
been a real feature of the 1912".
fair, and the keen rivalry betweem
tbe towns and districts ln the Fraser-
valley and the upper country ts never-
better shown tban la these.
FUtE IN VANCOUVER
Does Big Damage to Lumber Company's Plant.
Vancouver. Oct. S.���Flre,, which
broke ont In the Vanoouver Lumber
company's plant, 4��d between |40,-
000 and $50,000 damage this' afternoon. The alarm waa rung ln abont
2 o'clock and. the firemen bad a hard
battle before the' flame* could finally
be subdued.
The balldlngs destroyed are said
to .be fully Insured.
���    KOt��� SSSPSS
SAlIiOKfr DROWNED
��
s
Dover, England, Oct, 4.���
The. British    submarine    B2 ���
was tank today by tbe Ham*' #
burg    American    liner   Am- ���
erlka.   Fourteen of ber crew fl'
were drowned, the only ons SS
s��ved being the officer    lft- ���
charge. ���
[ls not connected by telephone.
!�������������������������������� FAG1 TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
w'mirMWTirrr-rrimr-������*���**������^*"���������������n     n i       1
Classified Advertising
��� ���
RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four centa per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.       ,
��� *������������
.For sale
foit sale���thre3 choice lot3
cn Eighth street, not far from *Teiuh
avenue. A snap fcr quicit , sale.
Write Box X Ney.a office.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���HOUSEWORK BY MAR
ried woman. Mrs. Russell, Queensborough P. O.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR LUNCH
counter at fair grounds; wages $2.75
a day. Apply Totn^ Mastin, fair
grounds.
WANTED���GIRL    FOR     GENERAL
house work. Apply 525 Agnes street.
WANTED���UOOD SECOND HAND
flat top desk. Room 16 Collister
block.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE Require two comfortable furnished
rooms: old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. It.
depot.   Phone 401.
FOR SALE���LARGE HOUSE AND
store not completed; also real
estate business. Plione, water, etc.,
in house. Price, cash $850. Owner
going to England on business, reason for selling at price. Addres3
Box 117 Nett?s office.
FOR SALEr-SPl.E.N'DID HOME ON
large lot, has seven rooms, panelled
dining room villi fireplace, cabinet
and beamed ceilings; basement with
cement floor, laundry tubs and
furnace; bath nnd toilet separate.
This is a good home and owner will
sell cheap, as he is leaving city.
Also one lot on First street near
Seventh.avenue, for $750. Apply 722
Seveiith avenue.
CANADA SAID TO
BE TOO AMBITIOUS
London    Paper   Points   to    Financial
Uneasiness with  Regard to
Future of Dominion.
FOR   SALE���FOR
Plione P 1140.
STOVE    WOOD
FOIt SALE���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
l\b acres with 686 foot road front
ase, splendid location, close to new
schocl and tram. Owner, P. O
V\o\ 977,-New  Westm'nster.
WANTED-AN    1WONE11.
City steam laundry.
HOYAL
WANTED��� ROOMEICS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hastings street.
LOST.
LOST���WILL PARTY WHO PICKED
up waterproof coat with pair of
gloves in pocket kindly leave at th i
Westminster Woodworking company
j and get reward.
FOK SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
tecn fruit trees full bearing, 70
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 fool
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, On lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, oue and
one-half blocks from car.
LOST-IN POST OFFICE, SMALL
black purse. Finder rewarded on
returning same to 106 Queens:
avenue.
FOUND.
FOUND���TERRIER PUP WITH COL
lar with uame W. Andrews engrav
td on lt. Owner can have same by
cal'ini; at 422 Agnes street and pay
ing for this advertisement.
f'Olt   SALE-
mosi new.
-A   HELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth stieet.
AL
OH SALE���SHALL KOUSfi, SHEDS
coop and chickens, 21 fi uit tree,
full bearing; iot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourtli streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
..-Oil SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI
ale sale, six roomed house, hlocK
from city car.   A. L. N��� News office
*\)R SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per wek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
FOUND-SMART SETTER DOG. IF
not claimed within ten days will bf
sold to cover expenses. Apply Wilson, care Municipal hall, Edmonds.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice Re Blasting Licenses.
All permits for blasting have been
cancelled.
In future It will be necessary either
to take out a License for blasting or
employ a duly licensed powder man
to r.rdTtake the work.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigued.
FRED L. MacPH ERSON,
Municipal Engineer.
Mur'>inal Hall,  Edmonds, B. C, October 2, 1912.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Curtla Block, Naw Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295.        P. O. Box 777.
SEVENTH AVENUE���Cottage. Ave
rooms, modern; very nicely furnished. Price $2800. Cash $1000. Terma
for balance.   No. L
KENNEDY CTREET ��� Aff modern
storey and half residence; alz
rooms and den. Bargain at $1000.
Terms.   No. 4.
TO RENT.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping; also single
rooms. 627 Carnarvon street. Phona
1131R.
FOR RENT ��� SEVEN ROOMED
house, all modern conveniences.
Rent $40 per month. Close ln, on
car line. Apply McLeod's insurance
office, city.
TO RENT���PARTLY FURNISHED
house close to Central school. Apply to 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���ROOMS OR ROOMS AND
board.    815 Agues street.
London, Oct. 3.���The Daily news in
a leader tcday gave prominence to tlv;
following views of a correspondent:
"Signs have not been wanting recently of the increasing uneasiness lu
financial circles with regard to the immediate future of Canada. No one
questions the great destiny which th;?
great Dominion will ultimately fulfil,
with its enormous areas of fertile land
and immense natural resources, but
Home was not built ln a day and tbe
Canadians, with their boundless energy and self-confidence, have not laid
the meaning Of that proverb BUffici-
iently to heart. They are in too great
a hurry. They want to bridge the
next decade or two In as many of
their brief seasons. The natural consequence is that they seem to be overrunning the constable and have borrowed more than they can conveniently pay for.
"In seven years which ended in
1911. Canadian issues in London, public and private, amounted to $860,000,-
000. Last year the aggregate was
about $225,000,000 aBd for the flrst
s'v months of the current year nearly
$110,000,000.'"
IMPROVED ANIMAIS
BUT NOT PEOPLE
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED BED
rooms.   Apply 437 Eighth street.
TO RENT���TWO LARGE FRONT
rooms in Hardman block, overlooking the Fraser river, suitable for
light housekeenlng. offices ar work
rooms. Apply Westmiaster Daily
News.
Eugenics  Has  Been   Neglected    Says
Chicago  Professor���Causa of
High  Death  Rate.
Indianapolis,     Ind.,   Oct.    C���"Tli
iuman raca has not kapt   race   witli
he Improvements in tlie blue blooded
breeds of hogs and cattle within th-
aot 103 years." Dr. Will am A. Evans
f Chicago, said this afternoon in his
iddress before the National Conserva
.icn   Congress.    "Eugenics  ha3   baei;
'.eglectcd ai d ar, a result nat ons hav
.v-iid and families d'sap; eared."   Dr.
'^vans said that vegetable and anima
life ea;li conipleir.ent3 the ether antl
that the high death   rate  in crowded
cities was due in great measure to the
lack of vegetable life.     Hog   cholera
and tuberculosis   in cattle, which   he
said were due    to unhygienic   conditions, have added at least three centi
ver pound to the price of fresh meats
Prof. George E. Ccndra, cf Lincoln
N'eb., reported on "What the Stater
Are Doing Toward Conservation." He
said great progress had been made ln
all branches and especially in the
mining industry, and added that the
movement was being taken out of politics and placed on an educational
basis. E. L. Allen, a forester of Port
land, Ore., made a plea for better forest legislation.
FLYING LEGION WELCOMED
HOME BY CALIFORNIANS
TO    RENT
rooms, 407
TWO     FURNISHED
FOR RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
eight roomed modern house. Will
give lease. Apply 415 Twelfth
street between 1 and 3 p.m.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone L 638.
TENTH AVENUE ��� Four
house, good garden; Iot
$2000.   Cash $500.   No. 28.
roomed
50x132.
JFOR      RENT   --   HOUSEKEEPING
|    Rooms. 828 Royal Avenue.
.FINE LITTLE HOME, SEMI-MOD-
ern. large lot 66zl(5; few minutes'
walk from Edmonds Station. $1625,
cash $375, two years for balance.
No. 66.
FIRE FIRE FIRE
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
It costs little to insure and a lot to
rebuild and refurnish.
Call on us for rutm. We represent
only the strongest Rritir.h lluard com
panics, and pay all louses promptly.
INVESTOR?  INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate G.'ass, Automobile, Burglary, Employer's
Liability Insurance.
FOR RENT���LARGE, AIRT, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet In Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apart-,
ment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO KENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address  Box 765 City.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x164,
with 20 foot lane In the rear, on
Newcomo Road and Thirteenth Ave.,
East Buriiaby. Price $5��0; $50 down
balance $15 per month.
Four and a half acres tn Surrey,
10 miles from New Westminster antl
1 mile from Sullivan Btatlon, B.C.E.R.
Price $000; $108 down and balance
$10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block. Fourth Avenue
Phone  719. East Burnaby. B.C
and Siath Street-
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work   Guaranteed.
San Francisco, Oct. 3.���Canada and
California joined bands last nir-ht
across the banquet tables in the Faii-
mont Hotel, where the flower of California's citizenship assembled to
make return for the kindness and
courtesy shown the members of the
"Flying Legion" during their visit to
British Columbia in August. In-many
months there has not been a social
function in thi3 city that boasted so
representative an attendance. The
Federal, the State, the Municipal Governments were well represented, and
all the Important commercial organizations of California sent representatives. The seating capacity of the largest banquet hall ln the city was not
adequate to tbe demands made upon
tbe committee In charge of the event.
Altogether the attendance exceeded
four hundred, which is a record for
sucb an affair. The friendly message
of the Victorians, who have had a
number of occasions to express themselves since their arrival, have awakened all San Francisco to the Import
ance of the truths gained at first hand
by the "Flying Legion" members and
������ore was a general des re to hear
the Interchange of greetings between
ne men who traveled hundreds of
miles to convey assurances of esteem
A feature of the banquet tonight wa.t
the presentation of three souvenirs or
he Victoria trip of the "Flying Le
ron." The volumes were published
separately, and were weeks In the
naklng. The first was inscribed with
a message for Sir Richard MoBrida
Another orried an appreciative Inscription for Mr. Randolph Stuart, of
Victoria, and the third wai commemorative cf the forty-third btrthdav of
Mayor James Ilolph of Sun Franc'.sco,
who accompanied the party.
400 BUNGALOWS ARE GIVEN AWAY FREE-
To the purchasers of lots on Savary Island; One Bungalow built
to order for every 5 lots sold. Savary Island Company are issuing
a beautiful illustrated booklet entitled "Own Your Own Seashore
Bungalow". In this booklet a detailed description of our plan of
distributing these. Bungalows, FREE to the purchasers of 2000
lots, is given in detail. Our plan is a- straightforward business
proposition, and cannot be termed'a lottery, nor "get rich quick"
��� scheme. The plan is worked out giving everyone a square deal,
the only advantage that will be gained by one over another purchaser will be those who purchase first and" who pick the best
situated lots. '        "'it
\ ���>..' ���* ,.-������*
The Price is $325.00 Per Lot, $50.00 Cash
and Terms To Suit.
The Company's representatives "Your Co-operative Investment
Company" Columbia Street, will be only too glad to answer any
and all enquiries and make reservations for the week end trip for ���'
you to go up to Savary Island and inspect the "King of Beaches".
SAVARY ISLAND COMPANY
Head Office: Vancouver, B.C. Sales Office:
1208 Dominion Trust Building, 520 Pender Street,
Vancouver, B. C,
New Westminster Sales Office, 421 Columbia Street.
N. B.���Don't fail to see the handsome painting of Savary Island
at night on display at 421 Columbia Street, New Westminster,
lighted up showing the Bungalows on Savary Island and large
ocean steamers, Government Dock, the Beach, proposed improvements, et:.
C. P. R. STOCK INCREASE
No
Given    for
Authority Has Been
Issue to Date.,
Ottawa. Oct. 3.���Upon inquiry a'
the Department of Finance yesterdaj
afternoon it was ascertained that th
government has passed no order-in
council, and has given no authority
for the Increase in the capital stoc
of the Canadian Pacific Railway. I*
appears that the company's legal ad
visers maintain that under legislation
passed a few years ago, the compan:
has authority to issue new stock u;
to a certain amount without any authority from the government. It If
under this statute that the Issue was
sanctioned by the directors today.
Upon inquiry of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, it was ascertained that he
gave no such intimation to the press
as that which has appeared in th-;
evening papers. The above informa
tlon obtained from the Department oi
has been   continued   by thc
E. GILLEY, Phon* 29*
W. R. GILLEY, Phons 122. q.
Phonos, Office IS and ^^Lm^sa*****************\\
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CRUSHED    ROCK
BRICK    AND
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN    TILE,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN    SAND,   PRESSED
FIRE BRICK.
341  Front Street
City Market
Stove-Wood
"Phone R1 14Q
W. RICH
Tearrinp art fai-neral  Dr.-iyin-} Con-
Irac'inf-   F'irnltura Moving,
Excavating.
RES'JLTC   OF   ELEVENTH
MONTH'S   E3G   LAYING
September 30 saw the oncluslcn of
the eleventh of the famous ei-* liv
'ng contest which Is bclns held in the
Vancouver exhibition buildings, At
that t'r"<> In Class l. fourteen iens
the highest with 920 eggs 'ad of
'hiie Leghorns, wpre in the lead.
The nearest competitors to the Lc��
'wns wi>.( n lyffl of Buffs with C12
��g;?s to its credt.
fn ClaM 2 a pen rf Ri'od* '3li"ii
neds was In tlie lead, with 782 eggs
la'd. White V.'vandottps run a cloR<-
second, with 771. while Rhodo lsh"<l
^rdi ertrne *l*'.**'\ aT'i'n with 695 tst.t I
t'i riass I.' YVHlo T p?hcrni were the
Inmost  an  ���^���fi]|   s^ 'tii^hp^i    ��b'i��  !n
Class 2 a ren of silver-Heed   Wyan
dottes came last with 402 est.
i"io g**evn*"> irlr�� secured for th"
"Ms \vp�� '.i "c1'. per -Wen, The pen
i.....r( ���������*jMrpq pve^-f-r*} (1*11, t��pii :n
��� '���e uVin>. Pi'n fell invop diva dur-
���"" "'- -'-i-d but thc balance was
fi-.e and 'sir.
Finance
Prime Minister. ^^^^^^^^^^_
Shareholders Meet In Montreal.
Montreal,-Oct. 3.���The Interesting
feature In connection with the meet
ing of tbe Canadian Pacific Railroad
shareholders here yesterday to ratifj
the Issuing of $60,000,000 of addU'ona
ordinary share capital was the devel
onment of the fact that the companj
did not consider the permission of thi
government     necessary.      In    othei
>ords, according to the comranyV
contention, the Parliament of Canada
has alriady authorised the qpmpan)
to is3ii(- ordinary t>liarc3 of oodboII
iiat' . i. !��������� !���'��� ;<t' '��� < as It may aei
n, r - r-.,..v,, o"cc'flpd purposei, and
In this Instance tho company baa
eleated to isauc ordinary shaies. Kor
the $50.t)i ,000 of stock to bo issued It
w'll '"������' r*ts million for the purpose
spec'fled, or it may Issue consolidated debenture stock, and It w 11 hav
ih. ��� et M" '"in."oi nva lahle for
those   purposes   for   >*hich   ordinary
sharp cipllal Is usually Issued con-
fr.-.,Q< |...ni) ti,n '-ompany, thp power,
which is gpnrraliv supposed would
have to be seoufefli from thc govern-
1'Miiit bv ordPr-in-counc'l. and against
the RiantinR of which there bis been
snmp turltntlon, S'r Thomas Rhaugh-
rcssy thns put  the rnattcr in his ad-
j d*'p>n tr Hie shareholders! i
|    "'ns'eid of coins   to   tho   market i
i w'tii any considerable portion of this j
��� amount, yot'r d'rectors rpcommendei i
that you  ma!<p use of   the   authority |
C -��� ferret* oven von b" *hp PnH'iment
of Canadn to Issue ord;nary shares ot
| r. spl tal stone fir thesnnrposp nf whic'i
vo'i ���<������<���   rtiC'fr'/pd   t" issie consolidated d'hirt'-re��  stock."
Builders
Contractors
Let us flgure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
^^^^^^^ TELEPHONE 804.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster and
 L	
Crescent Valley, B. C.
"The Be��t In Tke West"
New Westminster, B. C.
At a pipjtlng lot" vpst.crdnv of t'ipi
r-n-a of -Vrp'-tor-' of thp P. p. n��� Sir |
Thomas C. S^ai'^b^cs^v was re-elect-
nd nreVrf'nt and  Mr. nn-1'! McM'ooU :
v'o"-prci',d|nt of thp companv.     "h.*.,
r*. ���.-������t'vp .top-rltfpo ���,-,% annotated 'M
fc.lh.ws: Mr. Richard R. Amr's D.iv'd
V"\"'p.)ll,   Sir   Rdrnnt'd   B, O^lcr   Sir
Thomas    P.   Shaughnessv,, pt.    "nr.
I.r-d   3tritr>cona   and   Mount   Royal
and 3:.- V.'llllam C. Van Homo.
QUEENS PARK
OCT. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1912
t
$60,000 IN PRIZfS AND ATTRACTIONS $60,000
1 ********************************** wam     i i ��� ���^���*asm****a**p****��**s*********m
Largest and Best Agricultural, Horticultural and
Floricultural Exhibition in Western Canada.
2nd. ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
8PECIAL  PRIZE3 FOR
HORSES. CATTLE, SHEEP, 8WINE AND
POULTRY.
HIGH CLmSS ATTRACTIONS, WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE, PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC EVENTS,
SCOTTISH GAMES AND AN ABUNDANCE OF FIRST CLASS
MUSIC..
T. J. TRAPP
PRKSiDEMT.
D. E. MACKENZIE
1V(ANAGER-SECPJTARY
Box Sli New Westminster, B. C.
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-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWE
PAGE THRM
MEN WHO ARE MAKING
GOOD IN WESTMINSTER
Short Talks on Many Columbia Street Business Firms���
Enterprising Merchants In Every Line of Business Cater
to the Wants of Royal City People.
THE     DOMINION    TRUST   COM- an expert prescription pharmacist and
PANY located in the Dominion Trust compounder of chemicals.      He   was
Block opposite   the   postoffice,   con- born In Montreal.   '
ducts a savings bank department and      MR. E. SINCLAIR,  the    Shoeman,
gives special attentions to wills, acf- 611 Columbia street^ conducts a high
ing as executors and trusteeships  of class shotf store that waa established
all kinds.   They also invest money ou a quarter of a   century ago   by hla
first mortgages   under   first-class   se- father.   He has operated the store for
curitieB.   They have operated on the 15 years.   The Sinclair Shoe Store is
Coast nearly ten years and have been
established at New Westminster six
years. The concern is capitalized at
$5,000,000, and Is one of the strongest
trust companies in British Columbia,
and one of the foremost financial Institutions in Canada. When it Is considered that this company was organized less than ten years ago and today Is one of the foremost financial Institutions In Canada, Its phenomenal
growth speaks volumes for tbe satisfactory manner ln which it conducts
Its business for lta clients. The concern haa In the neighborhood of nearly a dozen branches operating
throughout the West and In Eastern
Canada and Europe.
THE FAIR, 640 Columbia street, U
a store that everyone visiting the
New Westminster Fair should step in
headquarters for shoes for everybody
���from the daintiest ladies' shoes to
the loggers. Mr. Sinclair was born
in Nova Scotia.
C. B. DEANS, the grocer and provision merchant in the Burr Block, 410
Columbia street, comes iu for honorable mention here in the roll-call of
the leading merchants of this busy
business thoroughfare;. Mr. Deans has
followed the grocery line all bis life
and has. operated here seven years.
He gives employment to ten people,
and his flne store is one of the most
popular and busiest places here. He
.started on a small scale and has kept
ascending the rungs of the ladder.
THE WHITE HOUSE stands ln
the front rank among New Westminster's popular trading stores with the
elite ladles of our city.     It ls  head
to see.    It is headquarters for fancy  quafter8 for fancy goods, ladies' un
china, crockery, glassware, lamps, stationery, oltlce supplies, granlteware,
kltchenware, cutlery, notions, toys,
dolls, fancy goods, toilet articles and
sundry holiday goods of sli kinds. The
place is conducted by Mr. C. J. Lost,
an enterprising and public-spirited
young fellow with "progress" aa his
watchword. He has been here four
and one-half years and ls a splendid
representative of tbe Native Sons of
B. C. Hla father came to the country
ln the sixties. The Fair also haa a
magnificent exhibit at the Fair
grounds. Drop around and see lt.
VOUR    CO-OPERATIVE     INVEST
derwear, blouses, skirts and shirt
waists, wrappers, hosiery, children's
and infants' ready-to-wear garments,
lt ls conducted by Mrs. A. J. Blrtch, a
very pleasant business, lady to meet,
and who has operated here 11 years.
Her beautifully-gotmed Fair Queen ln
the display window Ib a charming
model, and has won the affections*.of
many bachelors visiting the fair.
WHITE, SHILES  A  CO.  comprise
one   of faew   Westminster's   leading
; realty concerns.    They specialize   ln
[ flre insurance, loans, and general rea!
estate.    Mr. White has  officiated   as
president of the Board of Trade and
bejpeaks much for their enterprise,
energy and progressiveness. In fact,
this is Sapperton'a big, new department store.
A. E. FAWCETT, 317 Columbia
street, conducts the Sapperton Dru^
Store. He ls an enterprising youn^
man and ha3 operated the above establishment flve months. He has had
15 years' experience ln the business,
and is a graduate of the Ontario College of Pharmacy. He has a splendid
drug store ant is building up a flne
trade. He Is a specialist on prescriptions and he manufactures the well-
known Columbian Liniment, the Columbian Cough Cure and the Columbian Headache Powders.
THE HOME BAKERY, C09 Cclum-
b'an street, in conducted by Mrs. H.
Gardner who has operated the establishment one year and a half. She
makes the home-made bread more
like what mother used to make than
seemed possible. She also serves ice
cream, etc. Mrs. Gardner wishes to
announce that she will sell out. There
are' seven nice rooms in the house
and a flne display window. Besides
tho portable oven she has also a flne
Majestic Steel Range and furnishings.
Her price is only $500, and the rent is
very reasonable.
THE SAPPERTON MARKET, 308
Columbia street, is headquarters for
choice steaks, juicy roasts, tender
chops and flsh/ game and oysters in
season. It is tn charge of Mr. J. Rose.'
who has operated the market as manager for P. Burns & Co., Ltd., during
the past year. Mr. Rose has had 15
vears' experience in tbe business and
jealously looks after the interests of
the concern he represents.'
EIETEEN BURIED
IN TRAIN WRECK
One  Dies from    Shock���Ceveral    Injured on Bay of Qulnte Railway
Kingston, Oct. 3.���One killed and
several injured was the toll of the
Bay of Quinte Railway's most disastrous wreck about four miles from
here at 4 o'clock yesterday morning.
One passenger car, a baggage car and
four freight cars went over a fifteen-1
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. XT��?y ,A  k.'    7   \ w'th��   C.es  la at present one  of the   city alder- foot   embankment, and   about  flfteen 1
at "4-421 Columbia street, deal In in-  men.   Mr. Shiles was formerly in the men and women were burled   in theli
duatnal    sites,   city    properties    ��nd   empi0y of the B. C. Electric  several wreckage                                                      I
IheTbive^blUbedKtEfrJ&hfe V* Mr  "***��� ^ tt member ���eTain wa. proceeding at about1'
:^_i.    .. Z..m     r.m-mm\.At ������      \s-m.m. 1 ��ei"gent   ti���� gpaptrnian.     This  nnn I trip to Kingston, when the truck ol
has operated here nine year*.   Their jthe second box car from the engine I
offices are at 028-746 Columbia atreet.   left the track, taking with 1t the en- J|
tire train excepting the engine. I
The cars slid over the embankment, i
and it was some minutes before the ,
windows could be smashed in and the |
passengers, dying ar.d injured, removed. I
The engine, with the conductor and .,
mail clerk, rushed for aid to Klng-j
Rton,  ard  a  special  train    was   sent I *
their "modus operandi." Messrs
Dadda, Blane and Doan are. able flnan-
clers and reliable realty operators,
well known here. Thev are progressive and public-spirited. Their plan
seems to be the 20th century method
of operation. Give them a call and
gpt QjW Ttoe ISooMerwhIW visHTtfg
the Fair.
JOHN STEWART conduces t����e Old
Country Hoot Store, located at 661 Columbia street.    Hc hus   followed   the
business 25 years and   has   operated
here six years.    Mr. Stewart alms to
provide  tl e  people  with  sound, solid
shoes for the climate of B. C, whloh.
eald Mr. Stewart, is very   similar   to
Scotland's climate, exoept  that it'a a
little wetter here when It rains.   Thc
"Dick*' and   "Olenca'rn"   are   water
proof boots wli eh a-c carried In stock
rrgularly  at  The Old   Country   Bool
Store.     Mr.  Stewart   hall j  from  bon
nie Scotland.
QIFFORO'S Jewelry Store. 875 Columbia   street,  is   conducted   by Mr.
Thomas Giffo:d, M. P. P., who has of
delated as Member of the Provincial
Parliament for this district   for   teu
years.    He hm also filled various oth
er offices, Including alderman for Ne.v
Westminster, member   of the   school
board, and Is  a prominent   fraternal
man.    Ills  son,  William   Gifford.   is
manager of thc store In his  absence
and Is an expert jeweler and watch
maker.
THE CITY BAKERY, 615 Columbia
atreet. is conducted by Mr. A. L. Lavery, a pioneer business man and one
of the founders and pillars of New
Westminster. He has operated her"
21 years. Three years sgo he erected
hls big block at a cost ot about $40.
000. He Is a man of dough In mor"
ways than one. t As bread Is the staff
of life, he rurnlshos the staff in great
abundant" and to Perfection, Every
body knows the "City Bakery."
8. E
watchmaker and optician of ten yearn
experience. He has operated bere two
years and Is well situated and established In the Hall and Lavery Block.
Columbia street. He carries n mag
nlfloent stock of watches, clocks,, cut
alass. rings and jewelrv ot all.kinds.
He Is a popular progressive Bul!
Moose.   He was born In Ontario.
THE PEOPLES TRUST CO., LTD..
ioi Columbia street, conducts a general real estate agency and are bankers, trustees for estates, aslgnces.
conveyancers, buy and sell agreements of sale, etc. They have operated here alnce 1909. They have aeven
offices in vprlouS sections of British
Columbia. Mr. J. Grisdale, an enterprising and progressive young Englishman, with a wide American and
Canadian experience, ls the pleasant
J. E. BROWN & CO., 618 Cclumb.a
���.treet conducts a very flourishing
clothing and furnishing establishment. Mr. Brown has been here flve
-v��<m-�� and hae- had 14 yeara' experience ln thc business. He is a good
buyer and goods rightly bought are
more than half sold. Mr. Brown ulnis
to keep abreast of tbe times or rather
i day ahead.   His stock la stylish and I from  Kingston   and   Pembroke   with I In  Europe the  women of ail classes |
up-to-the-minute, as well as   durable, j surgeons and rescue crews were hur-1 have   smoked   for   centuries."     Mrs.
ind prices are reasonable. fried to the scene.   The dead: I Atherton said that lf the people of Los j
BARCLAY    *\    ADAMS are    shoe-1     Mra-  Alfred  Brown.   Moscow,  aged I Angles desired her not to speak there, |
nen with nearly a quarter of a cea- M:>- [it would be perfectly agreeable to her. |
tury's experience each to his credit. I    Injured: IThe discussion was brought about by
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teen yeara, and deal in all kinds of
boot* and shoes and shoes made to
order. They carry a line' stock and
stand in the front rank among New
Westminster's enterprising and progressive merchants. They enjoy a
good business and have done well
���lere. They were born In the Jand
noted for its substantial men and bon
nia lassies.
IRA A. REID & CO., 7J2 Columbia
itreet, are manufacturers and wholesale and retail dealers in hlgh-gradi
home-made cbocalates, candles and
ice cream, etc. Tbey are headquarters for lee cream sodas, hot drinks
.fruit, candies, cigafs, tobaccos, smokers' supplies, magaslnee, stationery
ind Old Country papers, etc. Tbey
have a nice place for lad:es and gentleman and. have operated here five
vears. Mr. A. Crlpps is also a member of the firm. He formerly waa ln
the fruit business for years with Oscar Brown & Co., Ltd.
P. BURNS 4 CO.. LTD. are wholesale and retail meat merchants. They
ire a concern that have operated in
he business for over S quarter of a
entury and have amassed a huge for
Mrs. Augustus Fahland, Clam Falls, j a  communication   in   a  Los Angeles J
Wisconsin;    condition    critical.    left Inewspaper appealing to voters of that
wrist  broken, cut on  "      "      "
back injured.
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the   head   and  county  not   to  attend   the   political
meeting  at  which    the   novelist   is
scheduled    to    speak,
smokes cigarettes.
because    she
Mrs. A.  E. Yourex, , Moscow,   back
and hip injured.
J. A. Laberge,   Montreal,   hip   and
knee hurt.
Mrs. J. A.  Laberge,  Montreal, suf- Italy as Peacemaker.
ferlng from shock. I    Rome,   Oct.   3.���Italy,   although   at
L. Beattie, Forfar, slightly cut about' war with Turkey for a year past, join-
, ,.,.���__    , iune of millions of dollars.   The head
EDWARDS.   Is   an   expen  office ,, ln Calgary, Alberta.    Mr. B.
C. Treves Is the general manager of
the branch here, which has been established four years. Mr. Treves has
been In the employ of the company 20
years. The Palace Market Is the
place for choice steaks, juicy roastN
and tender chops.
ACME'S, 731 Columbia street. Is the
place to go for flne elothes for mea
who like style, flt nnd finish, and at
prices tliat are reasonable. C. M.
Green la the enterprising young manager here. They specialize in "FIT-
REFORM" made elothes, and flne
houses In Canada, if any, equal the
goods turned out by thla concern.
Acme's tales orders for suits made
to order, and pflces range from $15
up and flt guaranteed or no sale.
T. A.   MILLS   GENERAL   STORE,
and popular manager of the concern. JJL^JKhA!*Zk���f!f!5?S,��SK
m.mJAm. m i.n�� h���.tn... ***a .�� h���.i. t>e��n established one year and already.
Is quite a flourishing trading-centre.
face,
M. Brunsklll, Toronto, mail clerk,
cut about the head.
H. H. Inch, Newburg; J. E. Cameron, Newburg; Cyrua Wagar. Enterprise; Mrs. Harry Jackson and infant,
shaken up.
Tbe injured are all in the Hotel
Dieu and are doing nicely.
Mrs. Fahland, of Clam Falls. Wisconsin, the only person who is seriously Injured, is showing marked Improvement and the aurgeons are confident that she will recover.
Thnt MrB. Brown died as a result of
the shock rather than frcm actual
physical injury is the opinion of one
of the surgeons who was In chargs
of the Injured. No marks at violence
were found on the body, although
from the location of Mrs. Brown's
seat she must have been hurled
against the roof with terrific force.
They do a huge business Snd are bust
I ness from tbe word "go."
W. 8. COLLISTER A CO. ls head-
quartera here (or dry goods, millinery,
ladles' wear, house furnishings, drap-
les, etc. The mammoth store whicli
contains about 8000 squnre feet of
ground floor space, is covered from
end tb end ahd from floor to cellng
with a huge stook In the above lines.
About 30 women and (Iris are kept
as busy as bees In a hive, waiting on
customers. The house has been established 18 years. See the flne window display.
T. A. MUIR A CO. Is a business
house of nearly a quarter of a century's standing In New Westminster,
Mr. Muir has followed the drug business some 35 years. He ls a graduate
of the famous Ontario College of
Pharmacy of many years ago.   He Is
\
Mr. Mills carries a nice stock of general goods and Is constantly adding to
and Increasing the various departments. For flne, fresh groceries and
provisions, notions, a good smoke, a
dish of ice cream or a soft drink, remember tbe number, 347 Columbia
���treet
A. C. GUHR 4 CO., 304 Columbia
street, corner of Keary, deals in gro
cerles, dry goods, notions, candles, to
bacco, etc. Thla week they have
moved Into the flne new J. J. Ashton
Block across tbe atreet, and are now
better prepared than ever before to
make great strides In business and to
serve their many patrons wtth the
best at less. Mr. Guhr operated |n
the old stand, 304 Columbia street,
two years, and the magnificent new
home of the concern across the atreet
MY LADY NICOTINE
Why 8hould Not Women Smoker-
Novelist Discusses Question,
San Bernardino, Cal., Oct. 3.���Declaring that opposition to women
smoking cigarettes obtained only
among "provincial classes" and
"backwoods natives," Mrs. Gertrud"
Atherton, tbe novelist, who came hero
to apeak In behalf of the Democratic
presidential ticket discussed in an interview tonight the censure aimed a*
her by the antl-clgsrette league qf Los
Angles County. "Why do these people worry about what we do?" said
the writer. "Tbey would be accom
pllshlng more were they attempting
to put a stop to the drinking of highballs and cocktails by women. That Is
Injurious. Cigarette smoking by women Is not Injurious. ! They sniok*
light Turkish tobacco and do not Inhale as do men, I fator antl-clgarette
leagues for boys, but not for women.
ed the ranks of the peacemakers today and gave her support to tbe pow.
ers which are trying to prevent thii
Balkan states from attacking her
enemy. Specific Instructions have
been sent to the Italian ministers at
Athens, Sofia. Belgrade and Cettlnje
to join in the representations of th.-j
other great powers in urging moderation and avoidance of provocative action, while the chancellories are devising a plan for the permanent settlement of the  Macedonian  troubles.
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FRIDAY, QCTODEH 4, 1912.
PROVINCE WIDE.
With the greatest provincial exhibition oh tfecdrd tafclng place In
our midst', to say nothing of the
scarcely pasted effect of the royal
visit, or the imminence of the final
Minto Cup game, it is not to be wondered at that the echeme for the
amalgamation or co-operation \ ot
the various municipalities both here
and up country should be scarcely
occupying that place in our minds to
which it is entitled.
The organization which, from the
sentiments expressed at last week'3
meeting, it is proposed to form will
���embrace the whole of the province,
and will not only advertise for settlers and Industries, but will, we
take it. approach those subjects affecting the settlement of the land
which for many years have been
agitating the minds of those who
have the best interests of tho province at heart!
But without unity of effort results
are indefinitely postponed. Many of
the problems of our own lower mainland might be solved far sooner did,
a looked for force, compelling unity,
make its appearance. In endeavoring to unite the whole province for
progress tlie originators of the
scheme are tackling big game, and
that fortune may favor them is our
sincere wish.
EFFECT   OF   WAR   ON   U. S. A.
The constant friction between Eng
V.'.r.d aiid Germany and the work o!
alarmists on both sides threaten,-
soen cr lato to bring on war betweei
the two countries. There are a grea
many people in both countries whi
believe it inevitable, and who are cor.
stantly urging, that their couiur.
should take the initiative and be tli
flrst to strike the blow, gaining tnen.
by the advantage.
Few in this country stop to rei!:z,
how serious would be   the   effect  o
the United States should such a wa1
bo   brought   about, from   any cms?
Our trade with both  countries woulr
be lnf"rn'tited as a ipafrter of cour3r
and this In it3elf would be a scriour
matter.   Great Britain is the best customer which the United States has In
the   world, -and-Germany   is  also  a
heavv purchaser of American   goods.
But this would   not   be all.      The
United    Staton    is    dependent   upou
Great Britain and Germany to do its
carrying trade to other countries.   Of
the total foreign tonnage engaged In
the carrying trade between the United
States and the other countries of the
world   fully t^ree-quarters   ls   either
English or Gorman.
Tho C.erman" vessels would be with
-drawn from thjj trade promptly at the
outbreak of WmtUtties, for the greater
part of them are under subsidies
-which give the government power to
use. thpm during war time3.' They
would largely be equipped as cruisers
to prey upon .British commerce and
���thus would aid in driving the British
-.ships out of our carrying trade.
No other neutral country could by
���any possibility suffer immediate and
severe injury through the out lireali
of a war between Germany nnd Great
Brita'n as would the United States.
���> For this and formnny other reasons
it is to bo hoped sincerely that the
alarmists may prove mistaken and
tliat war mav never occur between
the great rivals.���Seattle Post-lr.tell 1
gencer.
Editor, Westminster Daily News:
Dear Sir���1 see that a suit has been
commenced against the city by Mrs.
J. E. Inslejr.-for, $10,000 damages resulting from"; aii automobile accident.
fhi3 does naljt surprise jiie at all, and
I prophesy it wlll be only the fore-run
'ier of many other such cases unless
thc authorities bestir themselves. The
reckless automobile driving that goes
on dally around the streets of this
city-li' 'tfeffiinjf;Short of ��� criminal Trtvd
yet we never even hear of any con-
victions'litrder^he act. I can tell th<5
police not only the names of the chief
offenders^ 'but also the numbers of
their takrs. !Where are the police?
Where���Atp,' thi police commissioners?
Why don't' \hky do their duty before
some innocent life is sacrificed? Columbia street is a perfect Mecca for
the speed fool.'- The pace at which
machines are driven down the sida
streets, \vil;hqi}l any siSn *rom the
driver es to which way they Intend to
turn on reaching Columbia street, is
an outrhg*. ''''���'
A Woman can frenuently be seen
driving, dO,wn fColutiibia street with
her headJt'iintiTBd in an opposite dTection af rnuciv as to say, "See how
smart I am." ���
Vancouveri/South Vancouver, Point
"rey and Burnaby'have dally convictions in their pollce courts, and in
some eases, individual fines as high
as $200 have been imposed, but New
Westminster silently invites accidents
of a moSt sferlot.s nature.
1 have frequently, almost daily, seen
automcbjles driven past Albert Cros
-ent at' a speed of at least 40 miles
nn ho'.ir. A common gait up and
lown the busiest pir's of Columbia
street fs mm 20 to 2'* miles an hour.
I trust that you will give this com-
I'laint as much publicity as possible.
You wftf'by so doing, be of great service to the common people, i.e. nowadays, the humble pedestrian.
Yours, Etc..
''BBAeqX IN ALL TH1NG3."
rURKtY'S PROMISES
BROKtN 100 OffEN
EXHIBITION OPENED
BY GOVERNOR GENERAL
(Continued from page one)
by
leforms in  Macedonia  Have Never
Been   Effected���Wnr   Feeling
Stums; in Constantinople.
��NAP  SHOTS YESTERDAY.
Tin* *nn\ crowds that gathered ��'
���exhibition yesterday canned a great
deal of delay In thi' carrying out of
the program outlined fur the royal
v.irtv imlced it seemed :it one tlm'
thnt the Union Jack, which floated up
ride dn-.rn above th'- Governor Gen
oral, was hoisted thus on purpose, lu
meaning when flown thus at nain he
inr,' that help is needed urgently,
The mastor or the Princess Alice.
Captain L. P. Locke, has beon in thi
���i mploy of tho C. I'. H coasl service
���for the past 21 years, Previous to
���coming out here he was engaged tn
tlie Aflant/jn service. M" commanded
the I'rinces3 Royal and the Princess
Beatrice for a number ef years before
Uakins his present charge.
The pergonal flag of \\** Royal
Highness the Muke or Connaught
was flowa at the main mast nn the
royal yacht. It Is llie roynl anus of
England with addition of the shield
of Pave-Ccburg Gotha lu the cenl re,
the whole belny differenced wiih n
libel. At the foro flew tin- Union
Jack indicating that, the Governor
Oeneral of Canada was aboard.
Memories of May Day were Vivid-
lv recalled hv (lie sight or llie May
Qlieen   ntid   hor  attend ant a  lu   thel'
automobile.
The f-n't pr^aited to Her Hoyal
HigUne>3 the Duchess of Ctmnaughl
Included a quanfl'y 0f bskutlfu)
nlrnwherries In addition to pouches,
plums ��nd grnpe.n.
London, Oct. 3.���S^r Gerald Lowthev
B~HtnMuklfMlUhUdf to Turkey, today
elegraj:uea���tne   rortign   oft ce   tna.
.ur.vay tlqftjl t.ot nueiid to n^lit tht
8aK;an coafitioh uhles3 forced to d:
io and that the Sultan is willing ti
establish warefdfnis demanded    ii,
..lacedonij^Jbt  that  they cannot b.
accomplished as speedily as the Bai
kan states demand.
Stripped of Its diplomatic verbiage,
this   answer! ia   taiten   by   diplomats
here as 4*|i{|mount tto saying that
the Porte Will do nothing,    ihe prom
ise to establish reforms in Macedon
ia is thiS^refy same promise which
has always followed protests agains'
the  outrages   there,   but   so   far  th(
Porte has ipWe absolutely nothing to
stop the retfet of terror under which
the  Macedo.uau  Christiana  have suf
.'ered for decades, and it is not    be
lieved here that the Balkan states wil
for dne morner.t    accept    any    such
vague promise ai Is held out to Sir
fjerald Lowttypr as an e.-.cuse, for :m
mediate actiota':-
Hoth news and government de
;pat<vhes from Constantinople indlcali
that tho Turks are preparing to strike
imck *SMMMM at Bulgaria, which }i
:onsi(lered the head and front of the
Uulgajinn, Servian, Montenegrin and
Greqiin: alliance. The Turkish wai
office/ It Ns reported, believes that ,-
few regiments will be sufficient t(
acid Greec in heck If the latter at
empt��J any i lard ng in Salonika anc
hat the bulk of the Moslem armie.
a-ill beTTPe to sweep through Albania
nd   Mona^tir and  give battle to thl
al'l-VllttliaJ
rorr.eli 'Ofl
rurkisft zone" of influence,
In tlte city of Cnntaintlnople, de-
ipatflfel n;iy; a fervor for wnr ll
,-.\ee;)ing over nil the (actions wh<
��� ���ive fonL-TM for sunremacy since th,
fall of Abdul Hem id. They are na!d l'he forgetting their differences and ti
every way to ly lir.-ld;::", up Iho hand
of the government In Its apparent d'-
termination to light to tho losl th,-
propbsfU tn divorce from Turkish ml'
Macedonia, Albania, old Borvls (Nov
Pazart, nnd urete, as is demanded lithe ultimatum ol tbe Balkan nines.
MHiitiry experts hero think thai If
Turkey effects peace with Italy before
the threatened outbreak comes, th-
sultan s powor. nf the army will hnv-
little trouble In defeating the Balkan
allies. This belief, however, is predicated upon the. assumption Russia
will stand aside nnd watch the de
structUpi Qf the Balkan state:) wllich
she fiiUtored.ilitn heing wilh tremenr]
ous MxpendlXiuc of blood and treas
ure. It also Is based upon the belief
thai other European nntlons shall
not become Involved, but whethet
(his lj"lief Is well founded, It Is ad
mlt tea that no man now can sav.
Reports that Turkish forts nlonr
the , IloaphcniB have fired on thi
Greek Bt'torners hnve not heen con
flrmfed in despatches from Constan
tlnoplei hut it li possible that censor
ship mav have prevented the afflrma
tlon of the report.
;M'n.pt' nr-'.-rin   and   Bulgaria!
I Tire northern border of th.
peared to be greatly admired
Their Royal Highnesses.
Planting Trees.
The crowd at this Juncture was so
dense that the police, handicapped by
the lack of men, had great difficulty
in taking care of them. , Mayor Leo
had to personally request the crowd
to move back In order to permit tho
autos to draw up to the pavilion for
the purpose cf transporting the city's
guests to another section of the park
where the next item of the day's program was scheduled to take place.
This was the planting1 of maple trees
b.v cthe Duke, the Duchess and Prin
C6ss Patricia in commemoration, of
the visit. Finally a pathway was
cleared and the visitors proceeded to
the gardens on the eastern side of the
park where the trees were duly
planted.
After this ceremony the Princess
and Duchess instead of going througn
with the rest of the program as arranged found it necessary, to depart
for the royal train which wa3 awaiting them at the C. P. R. depot, while
the Duke, in company with the mayor
and several gentlemen Inspected the
agricultural building, where he spent
a considerable time. 'On emerging a,
the eastern doorway His Royal High
ness passed cn to the new horie ehoqp
building and viewed its interior.
Retracing his steps through the
crowd the Governor General then entered the fisheries building and was
greatly impressed by all he saw there.
Time was now getting short, the
autos were called aud the royal visitor departed for the C. P. It. depot.
Train Pulls Out.
Here a large crowd had gathered
around the observation car, the royal
train being drawn up along Front
street In readiness to depart. After
saving farewell to the mayor and the
reception committee the Du::e s'ep-
ped aboard. Cheers were given as;aln
iind again, and at 5:50 p.m. the train
drew" slowly out, Their Royal Highnesses standing on the rear platform
acknowledging the plaudits.
The royal ladies had evidently not
forgotten   the   pleasant   associations
with the    Princess    Alice    for    they |
waved their hands delightedly to thei
officers on her brid ?e as they passed |
from sight.   Thus the turning point in
one cf the most memorable tours un-1
dertaken  by a  Governor  General  of
Canada was reached at Westminster, I
a honor of which the city may well be
proud.   The royal travelers will reach
Vernon at 11 a.m. today. |
The ?.t.'*a* Itinerary.
Two hers will be spent in Vernor.
snd at 11 a.m. the pnrtv will depar'
for Penticton. which will h** reached
according to schedule, at 4  p.m. and
the night spent there.    At 10 am.   on
October 5 the return trip will he star'
rd nnd stops will be made at Kelowna
ar.d Summerland.    Two hours will b��
;;ient in Vernon, when the party    ar
������'ves  at  the  head  of   the   Okanagan
'?ke.    The trip from" Vernon to Pen
tieton will be made ln a special boat
���ind   the   beauties   of   the   Ov:anagap
lake country pointed out to the mem
bers of tho partv as they travel.
The party    will   go to Arrowhend
via  Sicamous Junction    and    Revel
stoke, on the C. P. R. main line, ar
riving at the head of the Arrow lakei
at 7:45 a.m. on October 6.    Leavlnr
Arrowhead by steamer at 9 a.m. on
the  same  dav. the  members  of  the
royal party will travel down the lake
���o  Nel=on. hrHviife tWre    at    10:4"
p.m.   The night will be spent nt Nel
son.    The nnrtv  w'll  depart    ->t    12
o'clock noon on October 7 fir Koote
��av larding, ������her* they will nrr'vc
at 5:40 p.m.   A two hour stop w"l be
"'ide at the O. P. R. hotel at Balfour
The rarty  will   remain  at  Kootenay
Landing over night and will depart a'
6 a.m. on  October 8 for the Crow's
Nest, which  Is the route chosen  by
the Duke for returning.
The C. P. R. officials of the Britisi-
Columbia division will turn t'ie At
rangements for the safe cnnd'iet of
the party omr to the officials cf th��
Alberta d'vlslon at Kooteonv Land
Ing. At that place there win be a
superintendent to receive the train.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.;  A. R. C. M. j
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Sing-
Ing. Theory, Harmony, Counterpoint
and  Musical  Form.
TERM BEGINS SEPT, 2nd.
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���iiMM-for fur ,tli' Province of Rr'tlH
Columbia, suoceedlnt Mr, 15, s. Tl"
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j'LOTHES without individuality are likie a politician
^    without friends���a total loss.
Fashicn-Craft Clothes
are uncommon in every way from fabric to stitches���they
hook ths young mans fancy like   something   good   to   eat.,
Prices:   $18, $20, $22, $25 and up
Some especially good Brown Tweeds and English Greys.
/*:-, FRIDAY, OCTOSEFl 4, 1912.
M' .WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SAPPERTON JUNIORS
m
ENORMOUS RECEIPTS
OE GRAIN RECORDED
Saskatchewan Elevator   Man   Tliir.k;
C-.oncr the Duluth Route Is
Opened the Better.
page m��
*'ive Goals to Three    in    Favor   of
WcHtiniiiHtrrH��� Will   Meet
Again Tomorrow.
About the finest brand of Junior
lacrosse was displayed yesterday
afternoon on the Queens park oval
when the Sappertotn Juniors met defeat at the hands of the Westminster Juniors. The large crowd that
graced tbe stands and bleachers
was shown the way the game is played by the Junior teams of the city,
and the national game will show
no signs of deteriorating as long as
such teams as these are in the field.
The result was in favor of the
Westminster Juniors by five goals
to three, and this Just about indicates the play.
Johnston, the captain and centre
of the Sappertonians, was seen at
his best, and materially helped to
keep down the score of his opponents by worrying tbe defence at all
times. Johnston scored two of the
three goals for his team, the third
being notched by Mitchell.
For the Westminsters Sayers.
Allison, McKay, Pentland and G.
Sangster scored one goal each. Very
few penalties were handed out
during the sixty minutes of play.
The two teams will meet again on
Saturday afternoon as a curtain
raiser to the Westminster-Cornwall
game.
Miss French, riding for J. A. Russell,
Vancouver.
Mbst accomplished coachman with
Wtir���1, J. CNellLJot) Kobort, Kelly;.
2, H. Johnson, for W. S. Holland,
���Vancouver.-    ������������'������ tmW��     aph
Pair for park use���1,-Dri    C. Ej-
Doherty, Xew Westminster; .2, W. ��L
Holland,     Vancouver;      3,     Robert
Kelly, Vancouver.
Single carriage horse, 15.2 hands
���1, Ur.C. E. Doherty,"Westminster;
2, Dr. 0. E. Doherty; 3, T. F. Sinclair, Westminster.
n.eg'ra.   Oct. 3.���Reports
over the province indicate
i.nl'cr  is  favorable   and
jeneral.    Receipts of -grain
.ry elevators are eimfnitous
from   al!
that   the
th iv shlng
at coun-
".st now
Owing to tbe crowds, also many of
the royal   reception   committee.   th*
aldermen,  their ladies and  members
of the  press were unable to accom
according to reports receded  by"the ! fany *e Governor General upon his
I Saskatchewan    OMwrttL .J5��W��W*I i"33fti0n ��f   ^e    buildings.    Their
Company, and lasfe li*ckV<* *$*$?j ��^lc?n,!llt *a= *$"**:��* wa* *et
.it Krowning toolMri< 10,'0'J�� biialisiW
grain prior to the closing cf navigation.
"At the same time the quantity ot
our crop tbls year is so far in excess
of transportation facilities that there
Is no doubt that the Duluth route
must be made available for the 'Canadian grain as soon as possible.
"Last year millions of bushels of
Canadian grain were shipped in bond
via Duluth, and there is no doubt that
the situation by that means was relieved. This year with tbe prospect
of a more serious blockade, arrangements should be made as early as possible to use every possible outlet."
COMING SESSION
MAY
sprg, now
i Continued from i age one)
l-ilks Are Defeated.
By 14 runs to 7 the Westminster
baseball team yesterday defeated the
Belllngham Klks at Queens park.
THOUSANDS FLOCK
TO WITNESS SHOW
Thrilling Scenes When Ladles Com-
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\*ete nt  Jump*���Westminster
A pi In   Highly  Successful.
re thrown during the 1 u���" *?��,ch |�� w^ ��" ^ree^etit
hile the crowd held Jitter the return of Mr. Knox from
���~ ~# .��ii��# ,���.iraaa,*A I 'apa*. the t.p>Rt��s. ..a* amended
gasp of'tslM filloWed | J;Wod ������Uh- ^' - V��ia4ir*
from Oreat Br't-Un,and France, and
the attitude of their governments wil'
be ascertained.   ���
Siowiy but surely the horse show
���which iB a daily event at the exhibition is finding fa.-or with the people. Last night's attendance was
the best yet. and the whole of tbe
seating capacity on the north side
of the bulldln gwas taken up, while
the balconies and private boxes
were also well filled.
Last night's program was perhaps
the best that his been seen In the
city, every event being keenly contested and tho stellar event, tbe
ladies' hunters, producing some
thrilling episodes before the Judges
made their final award. Two of the
lady riders were thrown during the
���contest,  but w
its breath, a ��� r ..   	
when it was seen that neither was
hurt.
A lady, riding for Mr. E. Henderson, Victoria, was the first to como
to grief, and although she was carried out of the arena, tho rlng-
inaster had the pleasure of announcing that her Injuries were nil. Miss
French, perhaps the most daring
rider of the list, who mounted several of the entries, was thrown from
the horse entered by her father, Mr.
M. P. French, of Vancouver, after
successfully negotiating three of
tlie hurdles. She had a most miraculous escape from being troddon on
by the horse, but after being os-
si.'tad on to her feet again disclalin-
< 1 any fright or Injury and, persisted In continuing tho race. Her acton vas heartily applauded and she
flnls'.i ><l the last *wo hurdle* with
faultless precision. Ml��s Walmsley.
;i New Westminster lady, rldlnp "for
lidw'-i Auld. Edmonton, too't second
In tli'i event, the third going to Mlss
French.
N'ew Westminster was again to
llie fore In several evont.9, Mrs. C
F. Dr'ierty drlvlne -a pair of Indies'
phaeton, cwned by Dr, C. TO, Doherty.
wm the blue ribbon with eaue. os
did also Dr. Doherty In thfl slnulo
cirrhi;p horse rlnsi. first and second
polnc to the, ,New Westminster
gentleman.
The following Is the list of events
���with the winners, as they wero run
off last evening:
Pair roadsters��� Dr. C. M. Henderson, Vancouver i.
<V Pair to lady's phaeton���1. Dr. 0.
K. Doherty. Now Westminster; 2. W.
S. Holland, Vancouver; 9, Robert
Kellv, Vancouver.
��� Livery rig, slpgle���W, R. Brv*nt.
VanfcotitRor; 8, Arthur Doylt. West
Vancouver; 3, Edwin Auld, Edmonton. '-.;'
Harness tandem. -1'i*$ hands nnd
ovore-^-l, W. 8. Hotlaand, Vanoouver; 3', B, Henderson, Victoria; 3,
Robert Kelly, Vancouver.
11,(1*1 rUi"-. nitride���Mlss Walnn-
le". tfew'Westminster, end Miss Oi��.
phant^ Vancouver, tied for first
place.
Ladies', hunters���1. M'ss Onvl",
Vancouver; 2, Miss Wslmsley, riding for Edwin Auld, Edmonton;   3,
years during which Macdonald will br
engrossed In Indian affairs much ma.,
alter In parliamentary condit.ons.
His leadership cf the  Labor pari)
has in the la3t two years been bara^.;
ed by   a new   development���the   liu
ported  leaven of radicalism that tut
been set working in the minds of the
workers  by  tliose  advocates of violence, Tom Mann    and    Ben    Tillctt
Neither. of    them    Is    intellectually
worthy to act as Macddnald'd messen i R,,fKflp(1 ti-aT'SYe
ger, yet both have been tble by loud ! 8aUS"ea wat ���e
mouthed   denunciation   to   play   thr
dueca with the transport handlers a  '
well as the miners in the land.   How |
little Asfjuith con count on their sup ]
port is well known.
Their cry is that the parties an
played out, that parliament is a fraud
and men who need must take bj
force.
In  the predicted general    election
which in the present shaky conditio!, I
of affairs  may  not  be lon^ delayed .
the two wings cf labor will be In con !
diet unless measures are hast'lv taken
to cement the breach.    The extreme
Socialists claim seat? at Northampton
Rochdale, East Bradford. Nortli Aber
deeu and Rossendflle, but the regular
labor  party  lias given  out  the  plair
intimation that  these  seats  inns*, b
contested by offic'al labor candidate
vhoever else standi in the way.    Or
this the e trcmists promise reprisal*
!n   divisions   represented    bv    l?h<v
nembers of parliament, so many con
itlfuenc'ea are threatened v-ith   IXt
ral,   l.ab-^r,   Soc'al'st   and  Conserva
ive csnd dates for a sinele seat.
Really this Is all to the benefit o'
the.Conservat'ven. s'nee the fleme
nrjuic elQt::en'. will.tluu bfijplit inti
three;
PRESIDENT TAFT V.'" I.
STRIVE FOR ASB'TIRATION
Beverly. Mass.. Oct :' ��� Pres'd*���*
Taft Intend'* to, make afiofhe�� ��� effort
to assure arbitration cf v't:i! o;e*
tions that concern the United 3t'.'e
Great Britain and France. The prc3l
dent discussed todt' in'omat'o'ij
peace with Pierre Lot!, tl.e rct'rp-'
French naval olf'oer ar.d anther, am
told lilm he was waiting for the re
turn to this conntrv rf Secretar,.
Knox before the arbitrat'on quest'or
again was taken un. The pr-e'd*-1
was hopeful, he told Mr. Lctl. that th".
proposed arbitration treaties #t^i
these two powers as awended b" th<
senate  contained   enough    s b^tinp-
graln in one day^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"This is the 'largest quantity'IJ!
grain," said Mr. Dunning, the" manager, today, "I have ever heard of being received at a country elevator Ip
one day.
"The total receipts of the co-opera
tive elevator system are also very
large, and we have alreadv handled
over one million bushels, the daily
receipts running close to the L'OO.OOO
mark." ��� ' rj
This company has over ore hundred
elevators In operation at the present
time. Eighteen build ng crews are
rushing the remainder to completion
as soon as possible, and will have 140
elevators, with a total capacity ��� of
about four and one-quarter m'llion
bushels, completed by Nov. 15.
Asked as to whether there were any
sl^ns of a car shortage, Mr. Dunning
said that tho railwav companies are
keeping a fair supply of cars at most
po'nts.
"We have, however, received complaints of car shortage," said Mr. Dunning, "at ab'oiU seven points, but I am
v~ . railroad compan'es
are doing the best they can under tbe
cond'tions. and provided we get a
month or six weeks of good weather
there is no doubt that the railways
will move an   enormous   quantity  of
ter��*J by the incivility of the attend-
ant.at the western entrance of the
agricultural building.
To Close An Estate
..**m<* v f. i, y.
We are Instructed to receive offers for that splendidly situated property on the southwest corner of Queens Avenue and Seventh Street,
214 feet by 132 feet. There are four houses on the property, all
rented and In good repair.
This ls an ideal site for an apartment house, is close in and has
a big future.   For full particulars apply to
WBTMINSIffl WT, MED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office! 28 Lorne Street, New We.tmtrateft     ''
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TODAY
Biograph
THE NARROW ROAD
It may seem hard traveling, but it is
the safest.
Edison
MR. PICKWICK'S PREDICAMENT.
Comedy.
Lubin
tHE   BAC3BALL   INDUSTRY.
TWILIGHT
| A mastery dramatization of one of the
world's sweetest song-poems.
Jthe stubbornness of youth.
The Popular Shoe Store
Open Evenings Till 9 O'clock
641 Front Street
OUT OF THE HIGH RENTAL DISTRICT
CHEAPER THAN OTHER FIRM'S SALE  PRICES.
Exhibition Week
A. MATHKSON'S $10,000 STOOJC OF THE HIGHEST GRADE FOOTWEAR IN NEW WESTMINSTER NOW BEING SOLD BY THE
POPULAR SHOE STORE.'
NOTHING BUT BARGAINS.   ONE EXAMPLE ONLY
400 Prs. of Duchess $5.00 Shoes, $1.85
Sole agents for Westminster for the famous K Boots.    Depot for
Leckle'* Boots and Ah.ren's School Shoes.
A  $20,000 Stock to  Select From
NEW   SHOW   TODAY
Chas. A. Colby
ai d hia two Blocdioadi
���"TOMMY"    and    "SAMMY"
also   lis   live   colr.r-d   assii
tant "WILLIE''
!N A
VCNT.TlLOaUiL  NOVBLTV
CITY THEATRE
11   D. BRAY, Manager.
PROGRAM   FOR  TODAY
Special  Feature
PHILLIP STEELE
A two-reel Reliance Drama from poem
by Oliver James Curwood.
THOSE LOVE-SICK COWBOYS
Nestor���Western Comedy.
BORNEO POTTERY
Pathe Educational
INDIAN CUMMER
Solax���Comedy.
THE MAID HAS A SPARKLING
IDEA
Pathe���Comedy.
Coming Friday   and   Saturday���THE
FUNERAL OF GENERAL BOOTH.
Lindsay Bottling Works
NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers   of CIDERS, MINERAL    WATER,    Etc.   Special
Brand of GINGER  BEER and GINGER  ALE.
Importers of BRITISH  NON-ALCOHOLIC    WINE8    and   CARBONIC ACID GAS.
Sole Agents for Westminster    Territory    of    GRAP1NE,    "The
Health Drink. I   -' '   ni
COUNTRY-ORDERS 80LICITED.
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weaver's art. The garment themselves are masterpieces of the tailoring craft.
Come in (iind See Our Suits
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Because on yoiir personal inspection and try;*oh hinges our expectation to selHbyoli.
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Charles A. Col'.iy made a decided "hit" at the Roy&t thsatr* yestarday,
ond will perforn tliere today and tomorrow.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, 0C7C:r?t':,
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COM-j
PANY, LTD.
SUMMER KITCHEN.
NOTICE IS HEREBY   GIVEN  that	
it is the intention of the Harbour City | 	
Electric Company, Limited, after one |
month from the 25th inst. to make ap- j HOW This Room May  BeCOmQ a
plication  to  the   Registrar   of   Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of Pleasant ReSOFt.
the change of the   Company's   name 	
from the Harbour City Electric Com-1
pany   Limited,  to The Harbor    City   COMFORT   OF   ELECTRIC   FAN.
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th   day of September,
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON,
Solicitor for the Company.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, City   Blocft   13, City of
New Westminster.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title te
the above property will be Issued to
Edward B. Wetenhall, on the 16thday
of October, 1912, unless ln the meantime   a   valid   objection   thereto   be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest therein, er in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.   C, 12tb   September, 1912.
The^ person or persons having in
their custody or possesion the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are request ��i to delivsr tha
same to the undersigned.
See list annexed.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July, 1860, the Crown to
William Driscoll Gossett, Grant in fee
of I Ait a.
2. lst March, 1878, William Driscoll Gossett to Ella Lowe, Conveyance
in fee ef said Lot.
3. 2nd August. 188?. Ella I.owe. bv
her Attorncy-iu-fhct. Willia:n Moresby
to John Hendry ancl David McNair.
Conveyance in foe of said lot.
4. lst November, 1887. John Hendry aad David McNair to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
(i. 14th September, 1*S8. Frank 1.
Wn to Frank L. Rankin. Conveyance
in fee. (inter alia), of said Lot
6. 14th September, ISS, Frank L.
Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact. Ezra
Rankin, to Edwin Rand, Conveyance
In fee (inter alia), of said Lot.
7. 23rd October, 1888, Edwin Rand
to Wesley Peck, Conveyance in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th October, 18S, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fee of
Southwest half ot said Lot.
The Matter of Dresi When Working
In Summer of Groat Importance to
Cook���Lot* of Norvous Energy Saved
by Wearing Hair Net.
What with the servant question and
thc hot weather and tbe insistent demands  of  her  household   for   "three
square meals a day," the old fashioned
housekeeper is sorely tried these days.
She    would    probably    scorn    the
thought   that   housework   might   be
mnde really pleasant   But how mucb
more comfortable would It be for her
to string beans or peel potatoes while
sitting In the breeze of sn electric fan!
Another point:  Kew housewives realize  the  Importance  of the  kitchen
chnlr, nnd many of them would feel
less tired at fhe end of the dny If they
made greater use of It   Not tbnt one
should be constantly sitting and then
in a moment jumping up to arrange
something that needs immediate attention.   That ls neither resting nor cool-
Iur.   But tbe work can be so arranged
that one can sit for fifteen or twenty
minutes at a time, long enough really
to lie rested.
The flreless cooker Is another of the
scientific helps which aid in making
the kitchen a pleasant summer resort
Not only that; they also Hid the bouse,
wife' to get out of tbe kitchen for
hours nt n time by taking care of her
whole dinner. The roast nnd the vegetables nre shut up in tbls wonder
working box. nnd off goes the housewife to shop or to darn stockings by
the window of tbe living room or to
get out into the woods if they he accessible.
The mntter of dress tn the kitchen
ls all Important in tbe summer time.
For Instance, no woman can work
well while brushing back wisps of
hair (hat Insist upon sticking to her
face ln the hot wenther. That woman
would save lots of time aud nervous
energy by wearing a net And her
appearance would he Improved.
It Is Important also to wear com-
fortnble shoes In the kitchen, not Just
SEASONABLE RECIPES.
Good Things to Eat During the Warm
Weather.
Eggplant Is delicious wheti prepared
in tbis way: Boll four eggplants for
twenty minutes, cut In halves lengthwise nnd scoop out the centers and
drain on cheesecloth. Mix half a cupful of bread crumbs, quarter of n cupful of c-bopiied cooked chicken, quarter of a cupful of eggplant, two table-
spoonfuls of butter, suit, red pepper
and one egg. Kill eggplant shells with
mixture, cover with buttered crumbs
nnd bake In a slow oven for one hour.
Decorate with a sprig of parsley, says
the Boston Cooking School Magazine.
Wltb n column cotter or a round apple corer remove a piece from the
stem end of half a peck of mangoes.
With the handle of a small spoon remove the seeds nnd soft Inner portions. Chop rather less tban one-
fourth of tbe mangoes, add oue or two
 I !-W
Every Woman
, ll Interested and rhoaldknoir
I about tho wonderful
Ask your dragjritt for
It If be cannot supply
the  MARVEL, accept BO
other, bat lend lUmp for Ulns-  ,
trsted book���(eiled.  It give* foil
particulars and direction! Inclinable
to Udles. WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.. Wlndeor. Oni
General Aieuu for Canada
TENDERS.
9. llth March, 1895, Wesley Peck ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of I 0ia ones that nre worn down at the
said Southwest half of said Lot. heel.    The heels of the kitchen shoes
10 15th April, 1896, E?.ra RanWH .hould be kept as scrupulously even
Frank L. Rankin. Conveyance ln feel __ ,v���.     .  ..      _,,,_����� ���,,������,,  *������ ,u���
. ,.c. .1. ,,i���� ��� .i i * I as those of the street shoes for the
of  said Southwest half   of said   Lot, ���
Bubject    to  Mortgage    registered    in
Charge   Book,  Vol.   8,  Fol.  518,   No.
222211.
11. 27th May, 1893, William Kent
to Frank L. Rankin, conveyance in fe?
ment and transfer of Mortgage debt
and premises secured.
12. 15th April. 1896, Frank L. Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact Ezra Rankin, to Noah E. Rankin, Conveyance
In fee of said Southwest half of said
Lot.
13. 24th December, 1896, Noah E.
Rankin to Martha Elizabeth Turnbull.
Conveyance in fee of said Southwest
half of said Lot.
14. Zbth October. 18S8, Edwin
Rand to William C. Coatham, Conveyance in fee of the Easterly qtarter of
said Irot.
15. 4th June. 1SR9, William C.
Coatham to Thomas Crosby. Conveyance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
16. 29th May, 1S91, Thomas Crosby, by his Attorney-in-fact, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand, Conveyance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
17. 12th February, 1892, Arthur E
Rand to John Andrew Forin and Aulay Morrison, Conveyance in fee ol
said Easterlv quarter of said Lot.
18. 21st March, 1SS2, Aula;' Morri
son to John Andrew Forin, after re
citing as therein recited, grant and
release in fee of an undivided one
ijlt cf said Easterly 'quarter of said
Let.
19. 2Gth August, 1895. John An
drew Forin to Fred W. Howay and
Robie L. V.e.iA, Conveyance In fee of
said Easterly quarter of said Lot.
20. 31st July, 1904. Fred W. Howay
and (table L. Heid to Joseph Hether-
dngton  Bowes, Conveyance   In  fee   of
Haiti Easterly quarter of said Lot.
snke of comfort. Soft kid or canvas
shoes with low heels or low ruhber
heels are most comfortable, ami ln
hot weather much relief may be obtained by changing the shoes nt least
once n day.
A nent little one piece calico or/"Ingham dress with short sleeves nnd low
neck/ls the most practical for kitchen
use. mufh better than loose ''Jackets."
which flop about and are forever getting Into things, nnd Infinitely neater
nnd more attractive than lhe old fash
toned '"wrapper."   .
BASED   BOUriiART   AHD   8WKT   FICKLtt
MANGO K8.
tnblFHpnonfuls of wblte mustard seed,
a sweet red pepper, chopped line, and
If desired n cupful of sultana ralslm
or denned currants.    With this mixture fill tbe mangoes, set the bit removed from tbe ends lo their respective   places  nnd   push   two  or  three
halves of toothpicks through tbem lute
the mangoes to bold the piece lu place.
Care must be taken to put back tbs
piece taken out Into the place to which
It belongs.   Put tbe mangoes into a receptacle with a scant half cupful of
salt,  cover  with  cold   water  nnd   let
stand overnight    Drain, rinse In cold
water  nud  set over  the  lire  In   cold
water.    I,et lx>ll several minutes or a
longer time If n soft pickle tie desired.
Drain, weigh the pickles. taUe half the
weight In sugar nnd half a cupful of
vinegar for each pound of suuar.    Add
n little stick cinnamon If desired.   Let
boll to a sirup.    Add the mangoes nnd
let  boll  flve or six  minutes, or until
soft enough to pierce easily.   Store at
canned fruit   Green cuenmhers. six to
eight Inches In length nnd an Inch and
n hnlf to two Inches in diameter, may
iw   prepared   In   the   same   way.    To
serve cut In rather thick slices.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa and marked on the
envelope "Tender for the purchaae ot
the 'C. G. S." Georgia" will be received up until noon of tbe TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1912,
tor the purchase of the Canadian Government Steam "Georgia'- now moored at the Government wharf at Sapperton, B. C.
The leading dimensions, of the
steamer are as follows:
Length of keel  60 ft.
Breadth outside   11 ft.
Depth moulded       6 ft.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Canadian Bank equal to ten per cent,
of the total amount of the tender,
which cheque will be forfeited should
the successful tenderer decline to purchase the steamer at his tender price.
Cheques accompanying unsuccessful
tender will be returned.
All tenders must be made with tho
distinct understanding that the successful tenderer wlll pay for the
steamer in cash when he is notified
that his tender baa been accepted.
All tenders must be for the steamer
as she now stands and no apparel or
equipment will be furnished by the
Department with the exception of
what now is on board.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
A. JOHNSTON.
Deputy   Minister   Marine   and   Fisheries.
Department of Marine and Fisheries.
���2S529.   Ottawa, September 19, 1912.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strbtly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Mer
chant 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 ever Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visltlug P.
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Dictator; E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank haa over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic
in Cuba throughout the ialand;
alao ln Porto Rico, Bahamas
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ei-
oelent connections afford every
banking facility. a
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North half of subdivision
10 of Lot 93, Group 1, iu the District
of  New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss ef Title
Number 84">*A. issued in th* name of
Catherine Frances Wise has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month fro:n
the date of the first publication here
ef, in a daily newspaper published hi
the city of New Westminster. Ir.suc .'
duplicate of the said certificate, un
less in the m��aritime valid objection
be made to mc In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar cf Titles.
Land  Registry Office. New Westminster, 6, C, September 9th. 1912.
NOTICE!
NOTICK is hereby given that pursuant to Section US of the Land Reg
is-tr.. . t, I intend at tho expiration
of so days from the date hereof to
cancel the registration of a certain
Agreement Of Sale dated Nov. 29th,
1910, made betveian William F. Mon-
crieff (whose name Is sometimes
spelled "Moncreltt") ns Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife of Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on November
29th, 1910, a certain Agreement of
Sale made between the aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, as Vendor and Thomas
Davis Morgan as Vendee, ln which
said Agreement the said Vendor
agreed to sel! to the Bald Vendee Lot
five (5) in subdivision of District Lot
Three Hundred and fifty-eight (358),
New Westminster District, according
to a plan of same deposited In the
Land Registry Office at the City of
New Westminster, B. C, which application was made by John Buchanan,
whose address waB 310 Hastings St.,
Vancouver, B. C, as agent for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND 1 do order publication of this
Notice for one month In the dally
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. C, Bhall be good and sufficient service.
DATED at NEW WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third day of September,
1912.
To-
WILLIAM  F.  MONCRIBFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVip MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.' '
C. S. KEITH,
, District Registrar.
The Value of Vegetables.
SpijMch^CQntulning as it dops a larRp
amount of Iron", can scarcely be ignor
ed as a valuable vegetable dish.
Rhubarb Ls rich In oxalic acid, which
does uinch % tone up the system.
Onions oontnin much nutrition, but
are most valuable for their pungent
oil. which is rich in sulphur.
Asparagus, cabbage, cauliflower and
celery nre chiefly valued for their
mineral salts and for the bulk, variety
an.l relish tbey give to tbe diet
Cabbage contains n greal deal of sulphur and for tbls reason freifiiently
causes flatulence. Cauliflower, which
te of the same family, Is more easily
digested.
Celery Is said to be more digestible
cooked than raw.
Beets, enrrots nnd parsnips all contain it lnrge percentage of sugar. Carrots and parsnips when youug and
tender are very nutritious.
Far Evening Wear.
Corsage bouquets, boutonnleres and
hair ornaments made of ribbon Sowers
are the craze just now. and these dainty   ornaments   are   more  often   worn
BOOTOKMEIIBS AND JIAIIt  ORNAMENTS  Of
HIBOON.
than the real flowers. Illustrated hen
arc n coiffure butterfly, an old fnshlou
ed posy bouquet and a smart little bou-
tounlere. all made of ribbon flowers.
Hint For the Cook.
Very frequently when separating the
whites from the yolks of eggs tbe yolk
becomes broken and falls Into tbe
white.
Dip a cloth In warm water, wring It
dry and touch the yolk with n corner.
The yolk will adhere to the cloth und
may easily be removed
Petticoat From Old Stockings.
This suggestion sounds rather complicated and "seammy." but for the
woman who loves to get something
out of nothing It may be a. help.
Don't throw away your old black
stocklugs when the feet are worn out.
Cut the feet off and rip the stockings
open nt Ihe seams. Then sew them
together, kpeplng the narrow parts together, nnd of ihem mnke the top of
your petticoats.
They mnke excellent stockinette
tops for slllr rulfleil underskirts, that
wonld cost considerable If h      lit.
After you have sewed the ."ocklng
legs together -fit them nlmnf* the hip.'
sew on a wairtband und trim ott even
around the bottom.
Now mnlte a corded silk ruffle the
necessary length nnd Attach -It to the
stocking top by n French seitm. There
you have It���n perfertly fitting petticoat nt aliont half the cost of the same
reaily niRde.
A hint Ihnt the economical wotnsn
will In* sure to make use of.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 150 of the Land
Registry Act I intend at the expiration of Thirty (30) days from the
date hereof to cancel the registration
of a certain agreement dated the 28th
day of November, 1910, made between Harry J. Morrison, of Vancouvei-. B. p., as Vendor and William F.
Mduerlcff as Vendee, in which said
agreement the said Vendor agreed to
3el! to the said Vendee Lot Five (5)
In the Subdivision of Distiict Loi
Th.'ee hundred aud rifty-eight (318)'
Ne1* V��estminster District, accordin,
to a pi ni deposited in tbe Land Reg
irAry Office at Ne.v Westminster, B
C.
I Arid I do order that publication of
tbla-notion as number 1729, fer ou>
month tn the dally aewe-paper pub
lished In-New-Westminster shall bf
good  and  sufficient  service.
Dated  st New  Westminster, B. C.
this 7th dsy of September, A. D. 1912.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar
Garments From Curtains.
To the eye of the practical woman
there Is material for n blouse In Ihe
pairs of cotton curtains printed with
a small pattern and In those of white
bordered with h pale tone of a color
The liorfle'r Is ti��ed for the lower half
of fhe blouse nnd for the sleeves from
wrist to elliow. and the garment Is
charming with n white Shirt of the
tailored type. Kqunllv fetching look
Inn are the negligees -40 be evolved
from n pair of white mud rus ciir'alns
figured over with 11 design resembling
a Jouy silk. Wide bunds of H<>ft<"��t
niossalliie in pale rose or blue border
the fronts nnd the sleeves, snd the
kimono when worn above n petticoat
of the bunding material ls exceedingly
pretty nnd novel.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868.
Room 4 Tram Block
When Pressing.
If you desire to press a dress trim
med with buttons or a plUck.Pt fasten
ed with books and eyes, this sngges
tlon mny help you.
Place n heavy bath towel folded sev
eral times upon the Ironing board.
Arrange yonr dress, buttons down,
and over It place n damp cloth.
Iron over this nnd you will not be
able to detect marks or smooth, glossy
spotx caused by tbe buttons.
Treat tbe placket in the aame man
ner.
Grape Mousse.
Ronk one tablespoonful of granulated gelatin In a quarter of a cupful
of cold water for twenty minutes.
Mnke n cupful of rich grope sirup and
ndd tbe soaked gelntln. a little lemon
Juice nnd n cupful of sugar, or more lf
yon like It very sweet Strain and
chin. Whip a quart of cream and
fold the grape mixture In gently.
Turn Into a mold and pack in ice and
coarse salt.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Water.',    Ae aled Wafer
Manufactured by
i. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Telephone R IIS. Offlee:  Princess 81
L O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
Th�� regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is beld every Mon
day alght at 8 o'clock In Odd Kel
lews hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting bretherr
cordially Invited.   C. B. Bryson, N.
. G.; R. A. Merrlthew, V. O.; W, C.
Coatham. P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 652 Columbia
street. New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 107#. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellla block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl:
sud McKenzie streets. New Wost
minster. B. C. P. O. Bos 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER
solicitor and notary, 610 Colnmbia
street   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY.
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block. New Westminster. George E. Martin. W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrle
ters nnd Solicitors, Westm.nstei
Trust block, Columbia street, Net
Westminster, B.C. Cable addrest
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone ��9. W. J
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up) ... .$15,000,000.00-
RESERVE $18,000,000.0��
Branches tfcrougnoui Canada aaa
Newfoundland, anc In London, England, I.sw Tork, Cb'csgo and Spokane,
O.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
fters of Credit lasued. available wltb
correspondents In all parte of tke
world.
Savings Bank DsFsrtmeni��� Deposit*
-ecel-ed In sums of $1 and upward,
��id Interest alio we 1 at I per cent, per
unum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  8186.000.000 00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
. Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
coudtant. P. O. Box 7S4. Phone 1068
���I J. A. BURNETT AUDITOR ��NI
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Koon
Trapp block.
BOARD   OF   TRADE���NEW   WEST
minnter Hoard of Trade meets In th<
board room, City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month: quar
terly meeting on Ibe tJird Friday o'
February, May. August and Noveui
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings ot
the third Fiiday of Februaiy. Sev*
members may be proposed anc
elected at any monthly or qtiarterlv
meeting. S. II. Stuart Wade, secretary.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITfCTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone CS1. Box  772.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. Cth and Columbl.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH WOR8TED, SCOTCH
TWEED, IRISH 8ERGE, etc., Just
Arrived. Perfect Fit and Workman-
ahllp Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn Phona 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulir g
OFFica���tsan o*r"ot
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Second Hand Store
J. O. 8MITH.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
foods of all klnda.   Tools especially.
M Meissen Street. Itione 1008
J. Newsome & Sons
1'ainters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates uiven.
i; I  Sixth  Avenue. Phone  587
N��W WESTMIN8TCR : B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
r RAILWAY CO.
Three Through
Trains Daily
\\'ith Tourist,  Pulman,  Dining  and
Observation Cars.
Toronto Express 8.22 a.m.
Imperial Limited 8.10 p.m.
Soo Express 2.40 p.m.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H.  W.  Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
#
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl Service
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
land make complaint. Only in this way
[may an efficient   delivery   he   maln-
VANCOUVERVICTORIASEATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves  Vancouver   for Victoria   lfr
. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle le
a. m. antl 11 p. m
Leavea Vancouver for Nanaimo l*
a. m. and 6:80 p. in.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
��� Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leavea Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leavea Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
0 ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weatmlnster.
H. W. BRODIE, ,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.   Estimates
furnished free.
H. OOS8E, Managsr.
903 Dublin Street Phone M4.
talned.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free ot charge. Apply Secretary,
01S Columbia Bt. Phone 25T.
���'.?.'. ^J*��
mm
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVTCN
'.-*/.
���M-I"l"H-M-M"l'M"f'���!'���! 1 id frH4 H��t
Blond Giant
;,
'���]   It is Not Safe to Jump at   J
Conclusions
::By CLARISSA MACKIE ��
���H-I-M-HH-H
| Mark Ellsworth bought a magazine
of tbe train boy aud settled comfortably bifcU In his seat. The book opened
of Itself ut one of Eunice Ward's
charming little love stories, and .Murk
scanned the columns eagerly for tbe
pimiurupb vhat Introduced tbe Inevitable mnu In the cnse. Ue was vesed
Wltb himself even u�� bis eyes fell upon
the offeudlng puragrupb.
As usual Id Kuulee's latest stories
fhe hero wus everything to be ud-
mlred-maiily, lovuble aud big and
blond nod handsome.
Alurk slapped tbe pages together nnd
cnst  tbe magazine from Wm. staring
moodily at  tbe fleeting srenery.    He'
wus rather below tbe medium height.
dark and pale und stiuure Jawed uud.,
very American.   Quite the opposite of
Eunice Ward's Ideal ns depicted lu ber
-stories.   Of course the big fresh faced
.English type must be lbe sort of men
^Eunice admired,  fur her heroes  were
all of thut description.
The train ,dre\v to u stop before e
little term cotta station, und Mark
pitluTi'd   tip   bis  traps  nnd  hastened
ut Into ibe Ovtolor sunshine.
|IIe bud cherished a vague hope tbut
atiire might be tbere to meet  blui-
ce In ibe unutiar singes of their ne*
ilnlance she bnd come for blm���but
Mrs.   Raymond,   bis   hostess,   sat
ime iu the motor smiling a warm wel-
le.
Cunlce was coming, too." she said
ihey sped along tbe oiled rond to-
'iirj Wlud.vinere. "but at the last mo
lent  Mr.  I'underson reminded her of
promised   walk, so sbe weut  with
!blm."
K- ''Who Is Mr. I'underson?" asked
Murk grimly. "Not Percy Ranler I'uu-
derson. the poet clnip?"
"Yes; und yon will like him so
much." returned Mrs. Raymond enlhit
slnMimll.v. her dark eyes flushing oue
glance ut bis stern protile.
"No doubt." aald Murk dryly. "lie's
an Englishman. Isn't heir"
"Oh. yes."
.   "Big and blond and something of a
glautVV     Tbere   wns   nn   um-oniu-luuft
note of anxiety In hi* deep voice.
"Wby. yes-lii u wuy." laughed Mrs
Raymond, us she guve him ber hand
���lighting. "I didn't know jou men noticed euch other's looks mucb."
���vv�� don't im u rule." returned Murk
deliberately, "but we observe und ml
mire poets ns we do women, you
kuuvv."
"Yoa will like Mr. Punderson." pre
dieted Mrs Ruymond, aa abe dim-led
bun io bis room.
Murk   Ellsworth   wns  sure   thnt   he
must detest I'underson Ibe |kmM.  As lie
dressed   for dinner bis due forehead
wns creased wltb a dark frown ns he
went over the months of bis aiiptulnt
anee with Eunice Wurd.   He bad lieen
a bosom friend nf Dick Raymond's lie
fore  tbnt  gentleman's' marriage nnd
���Ince tben hud been a frequent guest
at Wlndymere.   Eunice wns Mrs. Ray
mood's cousin, and lt waa at Windy
mere tbul Mark bad met and fallen in
love wilh her among Ihe winding potba
of that most fusel mil Ing of homes.
Tbe prexence of Percy Ranler Pun
derann al Wlndymere was significant.
Mark had beard of blm aa a dreamy.
soulful Individual, and be could not aa
aoctate Mra. Raymond's description of
tbe Englishman wttb tbe drooping,
.anaemic poet bia imagination bad con
Jured.
Eunice gave blm a cool little band
.and a fleeting glimpse of sea li.'ue eyea
thut were bidden at once by thickly
fringed white lids.
������We bad about gWen yoo np." she
raid reproachfully. "You've promised
to come down every Saturday for the
pant month and now. Ibe llrst Week In
October, our es|>eotntlonu are ut laat
realized!" The mock regret In ber
tune tpilte hid something that Mark
was too miserable to re-ognlze.
"I've been very busy." he aald alv
newly, "und In town the weeka do slip
nway Vuu have not been dull?" Hla
eyes involuntarily turned- toward I'un
derson'* broad back.
"Nni nt nil!" abe cried hastily. "Mr
rumlemun is quite aa nrdetit a pedea
irluu a* I am. and together we have
tramped over every rond ln Mereton.
coming home with the most appalling
ap|<eiltea."
���I tmiie yoo wlll walk wltb me." enld
Mark, apeuklng more wistfully than
be knew.
������Of cntime." she replied quickly. "1
know lhe loveliest place In tlie country,
aide. We wlll atari tomorrow mor*
Ing while the others nre at church."
The proape** of bavlng Eunice all.
to blmaelf for aererul houra put Mark
In tbe beat nf splrlte and during, the
course of tbe evening he eame lo like
tne big quiet blond gtnnt who seemed
a living representation 0f the heroea
who marched ihrottgb tbe pages'of Eunice'* stories.
As tliey struck Into a king amber
lighted wink! rolid lhe next day Mark
turned anil longed at Eunice, abe stepping easily beside hlm. Hhe wore a
simple walking ��klrt ot, While aerge
noA h white knitted eont. with a white
felt hut perched on her golden hnir.
Sbe looked very young nnd very fair,
but he thought her voice lacked lta
usual hihiyanpy. Then It o&urred tb
hlm tbat Eunice might care tor Pun-
Jerson and the poet might be merely
tvbliing away a pleasant fortnight
imid congenial companions. Suppose
Punderson wus trifllug with Eunice's
love nud sbe���cured���cured!
"Why do you look ao very fierceV
lhe laughed suddenly.
"1 was thinking," be said, somewhat
Inmely.
"And disagreeable ns the thoughts
must be Judging from your frown you
Will not sell them for pennies?" She
Jingled aome coins In a tiny pocket of
her Jacket.
"I wns thinking what I'd do to the
mnn wbo ever caused you oue heartache!" be burst out passionately.
Sbe paused nnd faced blm wltb a
blnnjt look ln ber eyes. "Why-why do
you suy such a thing?" she usked with
nu effort
"Becuuse���ob, Eunice, becnuse I love
you. You needn't turn nwuy. Of
course I know it ts Of nu use���I'm not
the sort to uttruct you-but It rellevea
-my .mind to tell yob." be ended bitterly. He did not look at her face; bia
eyes were fixed on tbe deud leaves on
Ihe ground under their feet.
"Uow do you know tbnt It Is of no
use?" sbe said qHletly. nnd us be looked up. startled, her eyes drooped.
"Eunice!" Ills hands went out and
were wltbdrntvn, clinched, to bis sides.
"Oh. of course 1 know I'm not tbe
type you admire���one has obly to read
your stories to recognize tliat Eunice.
But, Eunice, lf you ever need me I'll
flgbt for you untll the last"���
, "1 need yon now. Mark," she said almost inniidibiy.
"Ab!" His bands clasped hers tbls
time, and be looked at her eagerly.
"Wbo la It, Euulce? You needn't be
afraid to tell me," be urged.
Tbe fringes lifted, and In another
Instant be would bave glimpsed a
heaven In tbeir depths, but then there
cnme an Interruption. Firm footstep*
trod the crisp leaves, nnd there-came
Into view Ibe massive form of Percy
Ranipr Punderson. His bands were
Stuffed In bia pockets, nnd bis fnir balr
wns rumpled and tossed out of Ita
asual order. lie stopped short nt
sight of the two. and an bis glance
fell oo Eunice's lovely, agitated countenance a light came into his eyes.
"Ah! I I bought I hnd the woods to
myself." he stammered awkwardly.
~ "1 thought yon bad gone to church
with Dora nnd Dick." observed Eunice,
recovering her romjMMUrs. "1 wns taking Mr. Ellsworth over to Ihe ruined
chapel.   Won't you Jolu ns?"
"Thank you: no. I was nliout to
turn back. We started fur church, hut
Ihe motor broke down nt Ihe crossroads. Tbe Grenvilles cnme alon;
and offered seats for two. nnd. na I
was out of humor for church. 1 walked back." Hp mnde a* If to retrace
hia step*, but Eunice's carelessly put
question checked him.
"Whn wns wilh Alice Urenvlllet"
sbe naked.
"Why���er���Tommy l.nphnm. I believe, nml���er-her father was driving
the machine, i'm afraid you'll lie lale
for luncheon If I detain yon any
longer." he snld. and. with n nort nf
fnrewell thnt Included Mark. leaning
agnlnst a nearby tree. Mr. Piinderann
tramped back uver Ihe fallen leavea
nnd wn* aonn out of sight
"Shall we :.    >n?" asked Eunice.
Tbeir wnlk was resumed In n silence
tbnt wna nnt broken by any reference
to their Interrupted conversation. A
grlmneaa hnd settled around Mark's
llpa. and hla chin looked more square
Iban ever. Eunice's fair bmw waa
puckered tn a frown, and there waa a
troubled look In her eyea.
When Mark did open his llpa nnce
more It was tn speak of tbe brilliant
autumn* coloring nr the. acamperlng
gray aqulrrela that enwsed their |wi?H
At Inst they emerged ti|*in a cleared
space crowning a high bluff Ihnt Jutted Intn fbe aea Uere were the
charred aod crumbled rulua of a nnce
beautiful atone ehapel.
Mark removed his hat and drew s
deep breath ot the aWeet pnre air.
-Wlndymere Is lieantlfnl. bnt If I laid
my choice I'd build a home right here
nn thla headland." he snld thoughtfully.
"Tbere la a good road that leads Into
tbe highway." ��>li*erved Eunice quietly as ahe seated herself on tbe atwne
step* of the ruined eillllce. "I lmve
bought this land. Mark. Dnn'l .vm
think It will make a beautiful home
fnr me?" She waa "looking at him
through drooping lashes
"Yea." be returned dully, staring
away at the glistening waves lie wna
thinking of tbe Ideal life Eunice would
lend with her poetic husband If she
married Punderanu And be wns sure
that abe cared fnr the Englishman
"I want tu tell .von something about
Mr I'uuderann." Went on Eunice "I
nm ante you wlll understand tbat it is
entityb; .nioiideiitim "   ���
"Yea," he repented grimly.
"Well, Mr. pniKleraon Is very nin-h
in love wltb Alice Greiivllle. aud she
Is flirting outrageously with eVery man
abe meeia Just nt present; It la Tommy l.nphnm. whom nn one take* ae-
rioualy. yet poor Mr. Punderson I* �������-
aurdly Jenloiia. If be understood women be might aee thilt Alice la in hive
with him and tbat ahe la afraid aome*
laiUy will discover that fact. Stupid,
laut ber* A |>lnk Auah wavered In
ber cheeks, and ber blue eyea were
quite bidden.
Mark breathed quickly, tie took s
step toward her. it llgbt In hia dark
eyea, "Buhlre;" herald hotraely. "are
all women like that-do they try to
hide' their love from tbe man who
loves tbem?"
"Not nil. Murk." ahe aald. In a tone
between tears and laughter, "but those
nf ua wImi are not sure, when we give
our lore flrat, we-we muat dlaeeinlile,
such na describing our hero as a blond
gtnnt when as a matter of fact��� Oh,
Mark'*- aa he took her In his arma
"When aa a matter of fact"- he tp*,
iwnted, laughing.down Inty her eyea.
������ne Is like you," abe whispered, tar
lips agalnat, hla.
JES' woNDtmrr.
IWONDKR  If  x:.c:-,**e  bltln'  "way <?9
yonder tn the buy
I wonder If they're llghtlii' v*ry n��rd
I' ppt away. ������ ,
I Wonder If they're hungry hu' would arab
u silver spoon
Th' way that I reniemtwr they uuvd I' do
I In June.        '
1 1  wonder If Die  paddy's caught his bia
I one yet  I hie yi-ai,
An'   1   Kiieux   the   boss   la   wonder-In'   why
I I'm uitlin' idle here.
I Wonder If the Illy pndi are lliat aa thick
| Iday
Aa what tliey* were In bygone time* when
I  was on the bay.
I Wonder If my favorite apot right now ll
Occupied
liy ���ORIS ��ne elae. an' If It's come 1' be a
slranger'a pride,
An' If lie knows Ita secrets, too, an' holds
'em Inat ua dear,
An' lf the bosa Is wonderln' why I'm sit-
tin' wonderln' here.
1  wonder If (he gulls (Iy round  the way
they used t' do
T grab the minnows now an' then that in
the bay I threw.
1 wonder If I still could cast aa true as
what I did
When 1 could  land tt every time where
some big one was hid.
An',  oh,   1   wonder  If  tha day  wlll  ever
come again
When I shall hear a alngln' reel the way
1 heard It then.
���Detroit Free press.
Necessary to Ge.
"Yes. I really must go tomorrow."
"You can Just ns well stay till Monday." f
"But tbe folka tire expecting me."'
������Telegraph them tbut you're going
to stay."
"I'm sorry, bul If I stay I'm liable to
lose $1,000 on tbnt deal I told you of."
"Oil, pshaw, tbe deal can wnlt a tevr
days." ���       "
"My manager has written me thai my
business needs my attention,"
"Ye*, but be Is ouly afraid to assume
a little responsibility. The business
will be all light."
"Tliere Is un important meeting of
the directors tbut "I really muat ut-
lend."
"Ob. they'll get along all tight without you."
"You know how mucb I'd like to
stay, but the fnct Is my rullruud ticket
run* out tomorrow."
"Well, ln that case, I suppose yon
wlll buve to go. lie sure and come up
to see us again in a month or two."���
Puck.
���TwT-*MT..t.,Tn*    tilfsaTes%faj*ii*ii!Jmtn*.��T.iTs.Tia!iif_itnTsrTM%
t A Long Fait Want.
X There is uo doubt tbut a fnr
3* tune nwalta tbe chef who cun
4- clevis*' a cheap mock Iteefatenk
thut I* not ton hollow a mock
cry.���Denver Republican
���n n n i iwj'"i i"/���c i ���
Tha Kaiser's Joke.
During the tieriuun maneuvers re>
eently u compnny of dragoon* wn* (old
nlT lo represent a convoy of wagon*.
Tbe kaiser, riding over the Held of buttle and seeing a dragoon lying on tbs
ground, suid to him:
"Well, what are yuu lying down there
for?"
"I am rep renewing n wagon, your
majesty." replied the soldier.
"Are .vop?" enld tbe kslser. "Well,
get up and gu and Join tbe others!"
"That I* ImiKisslhle. your majesty."
aald the soldier, "because 1 bare lost
one of my wheel*."
Tbe emperor burst ont laughing and,
giving tbe man 2 shillings, observed.
"Here's something for you to get the
otber wheels oiled wiih."-Purl* Matin.
Soma Glory.
"Did tbe presidential candidate's
train stop at PuukvllleV"
"It did hot. - But one of tbe party
threw imt u burnt mutch a* they pn**
ed through." - Seattle Spokesman It*
view.
1
Plenty Far Him.
'And now tbut you'are through eol>
lege whnt nre you going to do?"     v.
"I Khali atudy medicine."
"ttnther crowded profession alrenCy,
Isn't Iff"
"Cnn't help that I shall study medicine, and those who nre already In
the profession will bnve to take their
chances, tbat'a all."-London Opinion.
-   /  *
���*.' " ' '
; 111 M 11 HI 1' M 111 l-H-Mi *�����
Perhaps.
',', Perhaps   the   druggist   keOpa ',
���' postage stamps Just to prove to <
!! a doubting  world thnt be haa ',
;; something In stock  for wblcb ;
',', there la oo auliatJiute.-Judge* ',
;; Library. ;
��� 'ill Ml I Ml I HI IM HI I Mil
The Call For Autherity.
"Bay. wbo'a the head of thla office)
I want to settle a dispute. If Ty Cnbt
In 1008"-
"Walt a minute. Bill, tell the offlce boy 1 want to aee hlm."
A Promoter ef Peace.
Tencher-rJolinny. what la the nam*
of the city wbere iwace la promoted?
Johnny-Reno, ma'am.��� Town Top
lea.
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New Westminster.
Provincial Exhibition
New Westminster
OCTOBER Ut, 2nd, 3rd 4th and 5^1912.
Special Excursion Rates
From Chilliwack and all points on the Fraser
Valley Branch to New Westminster. In addition to regular service SPECIAL TRAIN
wni leaye Chilliwack daily during Exhibition Week at 8 a.m. for
New Westminster, stopping at the following stations only: Sardis,
Huntingdon. Abbotsford, Clayburn, ML Lehman, Jackman, Jardine,
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On return trip will leave New Westminster at 10 pjn., making atona
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SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL.  MINING  R&
GULATION&
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Northwest Territories aad In a portion of tht province of British Columbia, may be leaaed tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
tl an acre. Not more thaa 8,680 acres
will he leaned to one applicant
Application for a leaa* muat be
mad* by the applicant ln peraon. te
the Agent or Sub-Agent of Oie' dlatrict
in whloh the rights applied for" are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land mnsi
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and ia unaurvey-
ed territory the tract applied tor ahall
be staked aut by the applicant him
self.
Bach application muat be aecoav
pealed by a fee of $5 which will ke
refunded If tba rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall ba paid aa tbe merchantable output of the mine at tha rate
of five cents per tea.    -
The person operating tha mlaa ahall
furnish tha Agent with awaia returns
accounting .for the full quantity af
merchantable coal mined aad pay the
royalty thereon. It thp eaal mialag
rlghta are not being operated euch returns should ba tumuhed at leaat
oaee a Mar.
Tha leaae will ttdnde the ioe! tela-
ing rights only, hut tha leasee wtn he
permitted to purehaaenfcateeer available surface richte pay ha eaaaMerad
necessary for the working at the mine
at tbe rate of $lt an acre.   ,,
For full Information application
ahonld be' vasaa to tha Secretary of
the Department of tha Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.      '
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Deputy Mlnlrter of tha Interior.
N. B.���Usauthdrlretl TubMaMte* of
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lor.
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Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
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Are well stocked up with all kiriSs and grades of
LUMBER FOR HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
Now ia the time-to build for ssAs or rent while price* are low
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t "
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS   11
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
Westminster Modern
Business School
Take the Direct Route to
Success*
Thert art many routes by which
young men and young women may go,
but ali do not lead to the desired
place,.^
WE OFFER THE ONE THAT 18
PRACTICAL AND DIRECT.
P.S.���D��n't forget about our Night
School.   .
LADIES GIFT
SPECIMLY PLEASING
Modern Business School
\,U30UCK
?R��nclpal md Manager.
S10 Columbia St. Phone 853
The
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Metis at all hours. We serve
the best tlte market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW ANO MODERN
The most comfortable rooms in the
city;  hat aud cold  water and  steam
radlatcr in each.
Finest Wines nnd spirits dispensed
at the bar, and first class cafe run in
connection.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone  186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
Por till calls after 6 a.m. ring 991.
The telephone! ef the Westminster
Dally Newa now are:
Editorial Offlee 991
'Business Office ..999
:, :. i  h   J,
The meeting of the R- A. & I.
society (which was slated for this
evening has been postponed untll the
annual meeting in January next.
See tlie smallest and largest wedding {Oal&fta at the   exhibition   build
,j?;-JWf htn Street Bakery..
- A small' lire broke out ln one of
the Columbian college buildings yesterday and the flre department was
called put. The blaze was extinguish-
before    extensive    damage'   was
one. The Incident took place at
the time the royal party was engaged In planting trees In the park
grounds across the road.
Phone
��*
UnUl. further notice we oaanot re
cetre orders for seal.���Qilley Bros. *���
��� The committee selected at the prov
'nee wldB development organization
meeting held on Tuesday night will
meet/in the board of trade rooms ln
the city hall at 6 o'clock this evening
*H draft a letter which will be sent
to the various boards of trade and
nonimerc'al bodies in the province, to
interest' them In the movement.
Mlss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of' Music, has epeaed her studio at
13th avenue aad Sth street. Tele
phoae R735. ���*
As a result of a Breakdown of an
axle on a Westminster tram on
Commercial Drive last night the interurban service on the Central Park
line was"blocked for over two hours.
The track was finally cleared about
12 o'clock, and eight of the stalled
cars trooped into the local depot
about 1 o'clock this morning. In
otuer to avoid the block the late
cars leaving Westminster were
routed over the Broadway line and
return thus latterly establishing a
part service.
The Richmond water   main   v.hici
I unul   recently  has   been   giving   the
I water department a great deal of trou
ble,  Is now  in excellent  working  order.    Some  time  ago   several   leaks
broke out in the section of the pip3
running under the North Arm, and ac
'ht ?p recurred  time and  time  strain.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . despite the fact that the main was re
Heated by steam throughout. Hot! Paired seven:! times by a diver, ii
nnd cold water and Telephone In Was found necessary to remove a
every  room. I 'out and insert a new one.    No mor;;
., 1 leases have occurred   since   tills war
1 done.
HOTEL
AU -Members of Royal Party Express
Greatest Appreciation of the
Exhibition and Visit.
"I wish to thank the citizens for
the splendid reception they accorded the royal party," said Mayor Lee
last evening. "I would particularly
thank all those who so kindly placed
their automobiles at the disposal ot
the city, and also the ladles for the
splendid part they took in the ���ceremonies."
His warship went on to say that
Her Royal Highness the Duchess of
Connaught expressed her great appreciation that the gift ot the ladies
of Westminster took the forin lt did.
The members of the royal party
were very much Impressed with all
they saw here, the fleet of fishing
boats striking the Governor General
as a very unique and ' delightful
feature of the river trip.
The Duke of Connaught Was surprised at the splendid showing of
fruits, vegetables and cereals'at the
exhibition, and expressed, hlfc regret
at not being able to spend more Ome
there, while the stock . parade
brought forth laudatory comment
from all the royal visitor}*
The success of yesterday's arrangements was due to the effort?
of MW.'C. H. Stuart Wade, who as
master of ceremonies, and assisted
by Mr. 1. W. B. Blackman, carried
out the wliole program ln a manner
which merited the praise bestowed.
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TO SEE US
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CANADA'S MIMT1A HEAD
DESCENDS HKXKATH SEA
This New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
llndon. Oct. 3.���Colonel Sam
Hughes and party visited Portsmouth
vestprdav and lurched nbnatd tbe
������dmlralty vacht Enchantress with
Rt.. 1'on. W'nston Churchill. They
vls'ted the dreadnought Hercules, the
vbmnrine depot and the torpedo
school.
Commander Beamish, representing
'he admiralty, and commander R��per.
formerly of Canada, accompanied the
visitors Colonel Hushes was* Ho'i.
^"ItiRtnn Churchill's gue=t on the enchantress over night Early yester-
dav morning both took a submarine
trip;-
and GET A BEAUTIFUL and USEFUL
SOUVENIR FREE
These will be Given to Grown-ups Only
DENNY U ROSS
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
Corner Sixth and Carnarvon Streets, Phone 588
Cafe and dining room In connection
second to none in the city.
The best accommodation in New
Westminster.
EveiylMag Modern aod Up-To-Date
SPECIAL   RATES   BV   WEEK
OR  MONTH.
SPROULE BROS., Props.
8th  etreet New Westminster.
One  minute   from   B.C.E.  and   C.P.R.
Stations.
Long
Evenings
There  was  a  full house    at     the
lockup   last   night   as   the   result   of
too much celebration on the part of
Indians on the occasion of the official opening of  the exhibition.  The
new   police   patrol   experienced   one
of its busiest  days since its institution,   making   no   less   than     twelve!
trips.     The  majority  of these  were I
for drunken natives, but one or two |
other persons experienced the thrills
/of a joy ride    for    other    reasons.
There 13 a  mystery attached  to the
I Indian  drunkenness.    According    to
the law no man shall sell "booze" of
any description to Indians under the
penalty of a heavy fine.    Yet every
aVallible cell  In  the jail   waa  filled]
with them. |
Many Good Positions
��re open to young men and young
ladles in the Held of "Wireless" or
Commercial telegraphy. The passage
of a federal law effective October 1
compelling all sea going vessels to b��
equipped with w!relos3 instruments.
and manned by two competent opera-
I tors, has created a great demand for
[ young men In the wireless service.
The Mor3c   Telegraph Company, of
Seattle, Wash., operates under direct
supervision of wireled3 officials    ami
places all graduates in  poslt'ons.    Ii |
will pay you to write for fall particu
lars.
Investments!
Have jou $100 or %W,o you would
like to invest absolutely saiely. witli
guarantee of several tries ordinary
intercut ? Address today, Box 502,
New Westminster.
HABIT
OBITUARY
Long evenings are coming on
consequence you wlll spend more
time reading. Let us help you enjoy
your reading by fitting you up with
glasses. We can supply the very best
lenses made at half the price that
tome othera charge. Whatever you
do eCcn't buy from any but reputable
dealers. Beware efthe transient���he
will sto you cure. We guarantee every
sale we make to your satisfaction.
50 cents up.
REEVES���At the Royal Columbian
io,'- t''l i n October 3, Mary Reeves
aged 39 years, late cf Birkenbead.
Sugland. and wife of Wjllinm F.
Reeves, Yale road. Clayton, Sinrey
| The funeral will be held from Center
& ilanna's parlors on Saturday. Ocfo
���ier :V at 3:30 p.m. Interment will b"
jn, the Chuicli of England cemetery
Kev.   Traiil;   Plaskett   officiating.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO
GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:
L. D. 71;
Res
72.
New    Wsstmlnstsr,
B
C.
CEL-SO
Cures all stomach
troubles, headaches,
sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glass free of charge at
MlI'S DRUG STORE
Four doors Kast of BaWf of
Montreal.
New Westminster, B. C.
OHAHLTE KEE MUST
SEHVH OUT TWO YEARS
. CJjarlie Lee, the yoiing Chinaman
who was caught In the act of stealing u tray cf iiiamonds from the
jewelry e,!ioi> of Mr. W. C. Charnber-
lin'dn Columbia street 'ns' Saturday,
appeared before Magistrate Edmonds
yesterdn> on tho i harge of theft
and was sentenced to two years in
the penitentiary.
Lee plBnded gu'l'v h t'i" charge.
but Mr. Orr, a solicitor from Vancouver, who appeared for the accused, pleaded for lenfencv on the
ground that the art was unpremedl-
ated. Mr. Chamberlin was represented by Mr. Geo-pe Cassady.
IM'llawrence
TEACHER OF
B3R[o, Mandolin and Guitar
319 Columbia Street
Telephone R1169.
The Daily Use of our
mm of mm\ num
ia
���no other habit will render
e skin ao smooth, allay irri-
tion. reniovo blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn ai
quickly. It is purely made and
possesses wonderfui medicinal
'properties. Use it daily, it's a
good  habit
Price 25e and SOc.
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster trust Block
HENRV SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern  Saw  Mill   Machinery
Johnson   Shingle   Machines
and Lath Mill Machinery
YALE   ANO    COWIE    GASOLINE    ENGINES
CANNING   AND  CAN-MAKING  MACHINERY.
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES  PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
i0t
IMPROVED TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
IN
���"
Through
Chicago.
SERVICE ON  THE
Grand Trunk Double Track Route
BETWEEN
CHICAGO-MONTREAL-BOSTON and
CHICAGO-NIAGARA FALLS-BUFFALO
Tbey are upholstered in black leather wtth comfortable cushions���small detachable tables tor writing and luncheons���Isles thickly carpeted���Electric lighted and electric fans,���Enclosed smok'nj
tor gentlemen and two separate rooms for ladies, ell having wasii
basins, plate glasa mirrors. Iced drinking water, soap, towels, conih.i,
brushes, etc.���The bedding consists of linen, blankets, pillows and
hair mattresses���These cars are thoroughly -cleaned by compressed
a r.
iir.KfcU  supplied   at tills office with choice of routes to
All  Trans-Atlantic  lines  Represented.
H. 0, SMITH. 0   I'. & T.
Phone  Seymour 7100.
A. W. E. DUPEROW, O. A   P  U
VANCOUVER. B.C.      527 Granville Street
TODAY'?
PROGPAM
AT  THE
EXHIBITION
Friday.   October    4���Children's    Day.
7,:3(1 A."M.���Buildings  and   grounds
open to the public.
P'Oft A,'M.--Children's shorts on oval
' In front r.t grandstand.
10 t'i A.' M.���Band concert on Colum
h't streof.
,.fli''.i A.  M.���Stock Judging competl-
Hcn  In judging i<ng
Auto   parade.    Columbia     street    to
OrTn's Psrlf.
2:ift p. M.���Children's snortR on oval
In front of crandstand.
lit6 P.  M.���Free atractlons In  front
c,f grandstand.
2:3" P. M.���Band concert   at end of
ot'��I.  I
2 10 P: M.���Dairv  demonstration
'���Mfss Glriird In Dairy Building.
3:00 P.  M.���Football game:   Coquitlam .Juniors vs.   New   Westminster
Juniors.
7; 00 t. lfi.���Orand Illumination, Fro-*
%ii"W ob Sockeye Run.
7!?.D   I?.   M-���Decorated    automobile
raradfe   and   carnival   on   Sockey
Ron.
7:30  P, M.���Concerts   In   Industrial
afid. Atfrictultiiral buildings.
10*0*0    P.    M.���Exhibition     buildings
closed.
11 ���00 P."M.���Grounds closed to pul>-
by
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots In good locations, and
good Investments nt the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terns can be arranged.
NO. 90O���FOURTH STREET, 50k132
to lane. Price $775.60; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
(1,060; one-third cash.
TWO
Price
NO. 1233���FIFTH STREET,
lota, 60x132 each to lane.
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 128�����PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Btreet; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots.
cleared; $1,275.00 each; one-third
cash.
NO. 1315��� DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth, street; on upper side; goed
1 view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Prioe $1550.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288��� FIFTH    8TREET,    NEAR
,   Sixth avenue, 50x132; cleared   and
graded; $8,000; one-third cash.
NO. 959���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 59x110; cheapest good lots lu
the city. Price $500 each; oue-flfth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edlnburg street; cleared and ready
to bulld on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300'; one-third casb.
NO. 1149���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; bleared and
in orchard. Price for a few days
only, $1,100; onethlrd cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,
and Marine Insurance*
Houses
To R
Medern    conveniences.
IMMEDIATE  POSSESSION
SIXTH ROOM COTTAGE on Hsrtco Street,
$25.00 per month.
FOUR  ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd
ees. $20.00 per month. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE on Hamilton street, Medsrn
$30.00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE on Tenth avenue.
HOU8E on 13th. street.
svenue, Burnaby,  Modern convenien-
convenlences.
THREE  ROOM
*X\
$18.00 per month.
^^^^^^^   $10.00 psr month.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
828 and 748 Columbia Street, Phone 85., New Weetmlneter, B. C.
Automobile
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
ii   I a***iaaaa*** ************ * i ****************M*****aaa**aaa*aa*a***Sm
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street

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