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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THUKSDA*  MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 11-12.
PRICE FIVE CENTB.
FISHfeEASON
IS SATISFACTORY
Dominion Inspector Outlines
True Conditions Regarding Salmon Industry.
Statements In Vancouver Weekly Are
Very Wide of Mark���Season Has
Been Surprise.
The reports that have been circulating ln the city and district regarding thc run ot sockeye salmon this
season to the eftect that it ha.s been
a very poor season for both tiie
fishermen and the canners, are en
tirely unfounded, according to Mr. F.
H. Cunningham, the Dominion inspector of fisheries, who was seen yei I i
day.
Mr. Cunningham states that Uie season on the Fraaeer river has been
very satisfactory, both to the net
men and also to the companies operating the canneries. Last season th?
total number of cases of sockeye can
ned was 58,000. he said, adding that
while the present season is not yet
ended, the pack up to date is nearly
double that of last year.
Lacked Knowledge.
"The article that appeared in a
Vancouver weekly paper last week,''
states Mr. Cunningham, "shows a
total lack of geographical knowledge
on the part cf the writer. The article
In question stated that the flsb, before they reach the Fraaer river have
to pass the nets and traps oi Barclay
sound, whereas it ls common knowledge that the fish that are -makiug
tbeir way  past  the sound
NEW ZEALAND LEADS
CADETS OE EMPIRE
With Commonwealth Boys Second In
Canadian National Exhibition
Competitions.
Toronto, Sept. 4.���The Imperla
cadets of New Zealand made a clean
sweep of the prizes in the military
competitions at the Canadian National
exhibition.
Tlie rewards for physical drill wil!
not he announced for a day or two.
Xew Zealand's sweep Includes march
lag and manual, and appearance.
ror marching they secured the Em
Tiire el ub trophy, for appearance the
Dauguters of the Empire trophy, ano
for tf*e clean sweep the Earl Grey
trophy.
The next four In order" for excel
lence of military accomplishments
are: Australia, Newfoundland, Wood
I sto<;k, Ont., and Mount St. Louis.
CARRYING GUNS ON
CANADIAN SIDE
Blaine   Youth  Prosecuted    by    Chief
Came Warden���Severe Penalty
Inflicted.
to the upper reaches of Anderson lake
and  Stamp river, where tbey  spawn.
"It ls quite true that the salmon
headed for the Kraser river ire interrupted by one or to Canadian
traps and also by purse seiners In the
Straits of Juan de Fuca, and also by
traps in the American waters of
Puget Sound. It must be i cmsnVbered,
however, that the Canadian government has no cont.ol whatever over
the means ot capturing tlie flsh employed by Americans.
Incorrect  Statement.
"iA**vt,M*. ��re 'ltmued>*o British subjects only to operate 4n the Fraaer
river," went on Mr Cunnhitfbam, "and
the regulations clearly etate that no
rets exceeding 160 fathoms or 906
feet can he lurd. There Is no truth
to th" statement thnt some or the
fishermen are allowed to use nets 200.''
feet long. Of course there are a few
persons   who  have  attempted   to  use
William   Prendcrgast,  a  youth    of
18 years of age, son of a farmer near
Blaine, was tried before    Mr. W. A.
-, Duncan, J.  P., in the district   court
rratly go j yesterday morning and fined $50 and
oost3 for carrying a gun without a
license on the Canadian side of the
line. Mr. Bryan Williams, Chief Game
Warden, who ia carrying on a crusade,
at the present time against offenders
shooting game out of season, prosecuted.
From the evidence of Frank Mackenzie, game warden, it appeared that
young Prendergast crossed the line
last Sunday and fired two shots in
the woods about two hundred yards
within the border. His explanation
was tbat he fired at a hawk which
was hovering round tola chickens. He
admitted his domicile wns In Washington state but he and hts father
considered themselves British cltisens
as they were born In Canada and
worked at Hazelmere.
The court pointed out that British
citizens were also liable to penalties
for breaking the law.
.\lr. Williams stated that It had be
them (hat length, but these have came fl' v       common for Americans   to
within the limits or the law and have
paid the penalty.
"There is uo instance wbtire ne.s of
the fishermen, between Steveston and
Mission, havo reached from Bhore to
shore neither is there any substance
to the assertion that the meshes oi
the nets reach to the bottom of the
river The greatest depth allowed is
60 meshes and they are examined continually by the -officers of fishery pro
tection  vessels    operating    in  Cana
dian water.
Indian  Methods.
"It  has  also  heen   mentioned   thar
the Indians are allowed to fish In the
:���Lnin��� Grounds,  which  I  can aUo
���pawning grounds,
deny Up to a few years ago the}
were allowed to erect barricades in
the river which prevented the greater
part of the flsh from reaching the
���pawning grounds. Now the hurrteados
are done away with and WSte ��m
supplied to tho Indians so that the j
can continue their calling. This al-
low* a continual supply of the paren
flsh to reach the spawning ground I
from whence the fry make their wa)
b""Tr^e U is "UHUted Mr. Cunningham.
"there are thousands of predatory
flsh that live on the young fry and
Slso the eggs, but these hove existed
���Ince creation, and flesplte the dIT.
culty and practically the imposstbillt
of netting rid of these preys on ft
Salmon together With the more mod
"ro devices of catching the sockeye.
The run does not |bOW any sign, ol
going out of existence In fcM thK
season has been a surprise to the earners themselves. Next year the big
?un will be on and I look for the
usual heavy catches that are made
every fourth year."
BIXTY  LOSE  LIVES IN
FRENCH MINE DISASTER
Len/., France, Sept. 4.���It Is officially announced today that the total
deaths from the explosion of fire
damp yesterday in the Clarence pit,
near Brnaay, number sixty. Those Include several miners who died after
being brought to the surface.
Most of the bodies were so mangled
as to.be unrecognizable.
FREIGHT SHED IS OREAT
IMPROVEMENT TO EDMONDS
cross lhe line with fire arms, and lt
was difficult to catch them. This
oaas hinged upon the domicile of accused, not where he worked. The lad
had acknowledged that he had gone
to scliool on the other side for eigh'
years and was "raised" there. The
penalty was a severe one, but the
court could recommend the attorney
general to remit or lower the penalty
If It wos thought desirable. If the
circumstances were reversed and a
British subject were convicted on tlle
other s'de of the line, it was probable
that imprisonment without the option
of a fine would be Imposed.
Mr. Duncan said he* had no alternative but to Inflict the penalty laid
down by the law, $50 and costs, in addition to the license duty, but he
would be glad to strongly recommend
to the attorney general a remission
or diminution of the sentence. He
personally had no discretion ln the
matter. He considered it rather a
nurd case, but the law must be enforced.
SffEL ARRIVES EOR
NEW ARENA ROOF
DUKE CHATS WITH
FORMER WARRIORS
FORGING THE LINKS    ITO PLACE FORESTS
Sun    Shines   on Edmcnton ��� Royal
Party  Reviews Cadets,  Scouts
and Veterans.
Edmonton, Sept. 4.���To mak^
amends for yesterday's downpour the
sun shone upon the second day ol
Their Royal Highnesses' visit to Al
berta's capital. The Duke, in accoro
ance with bis wont, was out brigh
and early for a constitutional in thi
neighborhood of the royal train.
The automobile roads outside thc
city us a result nf yesterday's deluge
macic li necessary to abandon tht
proposed motor run out to St. Albert
which is surrounded by an Interesting
old district of French settlers and
where Father IjeDuc, who has been in
this country fortysix years and with
whom the Duke had quite a long chat
after the state dinner last night, ls
located. By way cf compensation thi
royal party was taken for a couple o;
hours' drive around town. This after
noon tha Duke reviewed the veterans
it whom there were more than twe
hundred lined up with the cadets and
the boy scouts.
He talked with every one of the
veterans, as he always does, and was
pleased to see among them a former
member cf the Scots Grey, the regiment iii which Prince Arthur of Connaught is an officer. The cadets and
boy scouts made a fine appearance
and as the Duke, who was accompanied by the Duchess and the Princess,
departed from the platform before
tbe court house, one small boy scout
called out for three cheers for Princess Patricia, which were given again
and again. The Duke expressed his
pleasure in the splendid showing
made by the veterans, cadets and boy
scouts and especially In having met so
many veterans who had served ln
such widely scattered portions of the
empire.
At 4 o'clock the Dochess and Princess Patricia went to the residence
of Premier Sifton for a reception ot
the Womens Canadian olub. Thu
avenin',' ll^e legislative buildings an
igain inilliintly illuminated. At tin
?!c?e of the reception tho royal parti
had sui i er in the speaker's cliambei
with Mayor Armstrong. Mra. Arm
^tro.n-;. Lieutenant Governor Buiye.^
i^d Mrs. B.iyea, Premier and lira
Sifton, Mr. "W  ��t. Baker aoA othe**.
Of EMPIRE'S CHAIN
UNDER COMMISSION
Canadian   Boys and  Girls  May  Gain
Scholarship for Education In
Britain.
Ottawa, Sept. 4.���Notice has been
received here of a scheme for scholar
ihip at secondary schools and col
leges in Britain for pupils for similar
institutions in the overseas dominions
The object of the promoters of the
icheme is declared to be a unity of
sentiment between rising generations
in Britain and the dominions.
Scholarships are open to boys and
girls in any of the colonies. The pro
motors also propose an exchange or
pupils in overseas schools. -
LIGHTSHIP WILL
NOT BE REMOVED
Government   Has   Already   Rendered
Its Decision in Matter, Says Mr.
J. D. Taylor, M. P.
"Governments do not issue orders
one day, and rescind them the next,'
stated Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P., yesterday when interviewed as to the proposed change of the Sandheads lightship to a position off Roberts Bank.
This matter came up a few months
ago at the instigation of certain shipping companies and mariners of Vancouver and Victoria who desire the
change for the shipping tliat plys between the Terminal City and Victoria.
They even went so far as to succeed
in convincing the minister of marine
at Ottawa of the desirability of the
change, but, ence the public bodies of
New Westminster and Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P., were acquainted with the
Tacts of the case, strong representa
lions were made to thc Ottawa au
:horities agair.st the proposed change
Aith the result that Mr. Taylor re
reived a personal letter from th-1
tniuister cf marine lescinding the or
4��r -auut   a.   uHloa   to   Uilm  attmtt  Ulw
ippeared    ln    tbe      official
And Remove Them from Political Control Is Feature of Convention at
Victoria.
Victoria, Sept. 4.���A forestry com
mission which will be responsible t��
the people alone and entirely out oi
the sphere of pol;tic3 Is being con
sidered by the Canadian Forestry a?
sociation which opened its f-jurteent
annual convention here la3t evening
��� The idea, while still iu its infancy
ls amongst the four questions that ar
on the program, and it is proposed t
follow after the pattern of Grea.
Britain and a numher c" continenta
countries, lt has tlie sanction cl
Premier Sir Richard iiicBr.de a.iu lit:
H. R. McMillan, chief forester of i3:'H
ish Columbia.
Mr. McMillan says that. British Co
lumbia is prepared to lead tbe way In
the proper conservation ef the forest
of Canada, and Sir Richard, whilf
acknowledging that he is not a fores
ter, said he was heart and soul with
any movement which would be a gals
to the whole of the Dominion.
Prevention of forest fires, eliminat
ing the waste in logging, and an enquiry to ascertain tiie actual state oi
condition of forest reserves in the
various provinces with a view to the
establishment of a uniform law with
re. pect to forests throughout the
Dominion, are other important questions which are being debated.
BUSINESS BOOMS
IN OLD COUNTRY
WATER FIVE FEET
DEEP OVER TRACKS
Traffic Again Held Up cn the Great
Northern  Railway by Vagaries
cf Ardley Bog.
After having overcome���as they
thought���the difficulties of the Ardley
bog, the officials and engineers cf
the Great Northern railway are up
thui-   knotty   problem,   tor
German Peril Very Real Over
There Says   Mr,   T.   &
Annandale.
Financial   Market   Literally   Flooded
-     with  Issuer���Premier's Visit
Created Great Stir.
"The condition of affairs in the ol#
country was a revelation to me," said
Mr. T. S. Annandale, who returned
tram an extended tour of the British
Isles yesterday. "When I went over
there I expected to find everything,
dull and quiet on account of the recent labor troubles, but to my great
surprise I discovered the country in
a state of prosperity the like of
which it has not lafd claim to for
close on a century.
"Every kind cf manufacturing concern appeared buried to the head in
work and the cotton and shipbuilding
industries were exceptionally busy.
The ship yards on the Clyde were
turning down orders on account of
the fact that their yards were literally-
jammed full of new vessels in various
stages of construction, while the contracts were railing away behind."
As regards the cotton Industry, ths
local traveler stated that there was
an unusual demand for the finished
product and the mills were away behind in their orders. The farming industry was the only cne in which Mr.
Annandale found little change sine*
he visited the country several year*
ago.
Unforseen Conditions.
Speaking with regard to the visit
of Mayor l.ee to the city of London
to engineer the sale of the city's
bonds for harbor end other Improvements, Mr. Annandale was cf the
opinion that his worship had chosen
au inopportune time to attempt the
sale of the securities on account of
unforEcen conditions.
"So many calls have been made on
English capital this year by the colonies, and besides the home industries-
have been so tremendously busy that
WAS DOWN FROM
DAWSON TO VISIT
Sergeant Bell, R. N.
of  Conditions   In
ing and  Sport.
W.  M. P., Telle
Yukon���Min-
Gazette.
According to Mr. Taylor, he under,
stood that after the veto of the
former plans of the Vancouver and
Victoria people, the government was
going to place an additional lightship
on the coast at the point the Sand
heads lightship was proposed to be
placed, but so far as he was concerned, he had not heard of it from an
official source.
Canada   Sank out ot slisUt. M��* ��U tralna trOml otherwise available tor the colotriw. ,
Vancouver and Seattle are hclo up onlslatoa Mr. Annandale.    "The marUet
Edmonds. Sopt. 4���Rapid progress
Is being mode on the new freight shed
which the B. C. B. R. is building at
Edmonds station. This matter of inadequate freight accommodation was
taken up by the Edmonds Ratepayers'
association, and tho Burnaby board cf
trade some weeks ago, and, in an Interview with Mr. Allan Purvis, Interurban manager, a new Bhed was promised. The structure is of corrugated
Iron and is being built high enough
so that freight matter can be unloaded at grade with the cars.
Three E*��ht Hour Shlfle of Workmen
May Be Necessary to Complete
Job In Time.
The work on the new horse show
building at Queens park !��� being
pushed ahead as rapidly a* possible
ln order to bare the building finished
ln every detail by September 21, the
stipulated date eet for the completion
of the structure.
The contractors were handicapped
greatly laat week by the heavy rainfall end the operation of three eight
hour ehlfte of workmen on the Job
to make up for lost time ii being seri-
ouslv considered.
The flrst consignment of steel arrived yesterday and wlll be placed In
position al once. The rough work on
the auditorium and the laying of ship-
lap on the roof has been completed.
The grading of the arena Is at present
going on and will be finished within a
few days.
No Announcement Yet,
Ottawa. Sept. 4.���It la officially an
nounced that at the banquet to be
given In honor of Premier Borden ou
Monday next by the Conservative club
of Ottawa, no definite announcement
as to the available pollcy Ib to be expressed.
Sergeant A. L*. Boll, of the R. N. W
M. P., stationed at Dawson, Yukon
was on Tuesday the guest tf Mr. C. A
\\ elsh, whom he met In Dawson Cit.
in August, 11)10, when a party of Can
adian Shriners paid a visit to the far
thest north of the Canadian territory
This is tbe fourteenth year or ser
vice that Sergean* Bell has seen wltl
the Mounted Police In Dawson, uik
when interviewed he said tha. lie e.\
pected to put In a good many mort
years up thtire, bo well pleased Is ht
with the country.
"My trip to Vanoouver, Now West
minster and Victoria Is simply foi
pleasure," he said, "I have been up
north for many years and thought )
would get a real vacation by coming
down by steauitir and Visiting the pro
giessive cities of llie coast. We have
bad only fair weather ln Dawson this
summer, heary rains and a cloudburst at one time spoiling the usually
Une summer weather."
How Is the mining Industry? "Oh,
just the same as ewer.. The big companies all seem to be doing fairly
well, but no rich strikes have been
made recently. Tke days af the Individual miner are p��st and gone, except for prospecting. Practically all
the claims aro being operated by the
big companies with expeoslw and the
most upHo-date maefcteary.
Do they spend much time ln athletics? "Well I shwsM mt. There
are no end of lacrosee, baseball and
cricket teams playing thetr games in
the far north, and hockey has a Hrm
toe-hold during the wteter."	
Sergeant Beil ban left for Victoria
and wlll Uke tho steamer for tht
north once more very shortly, lie
will have spent only ten days on
shore.
VITAL STATI3TICG
Large  Incresse In  Marriages, Births
and Deaths In August.
Thirty-three marriage licenses ww
issued during August ' at tho local
registry office. This, comoares wltr
the twenty-one taken out.durlng the
same month laat year,
No lesa than forty-three deaths were
registered during the month Just onded, an increase cf nineteen over
August, 1911. ,    ���
On'the other hnnd the births regis
tered showed a most remarkablo advance on the figures of last year.
Sevonty-two new babies were ushered
Into the world during last month,
while only forty-two were born In the
same month last year.
SETTLEMENT WITH
6. C. F. R. IN SIGHT
each side of the morass.
The tracks are now under'flve feet
of water and show no tendency to
stop their downward course.
The sink hole is near the Ardley
substation of the Western Canada
Power company, and is ln plain
sight of the Burnaby Lake tracks of
the B. C. E. R. A pile driver is now
on tho job, and it is said tbat an
effort will be made to sink piles on
each side of the track and fill between
tbem with sold earth. The flrst intimation of further trouble was when
a freight train passed over the spot
near midnight cn Tuesday^and two
cars were derailed by reason of the
drop.
was literally glutted with flotations
from all parts of the world during the
spring and summer, and thus money-
was dear."
Mr. Annandale Is cf the opinion that
If plans could be laid to finance thing*
locally until libout February, the city
would stand a better chance of selling
the securities at a good figure. February, he stated, was considered an exceptionally good month for the flotation cf bond issues.
The Clear Thing.
Concerning   the    visit   of Premier
Borden to the old country, Mr. Annandale ���-���tf.ies that be received a tremeu-
Idcus reception, "the like of which haJ
nevi.  before been given colonial mln-
Burnaby Council Authorizes Solicitor
To Proceed���Grades on Streeta
Traverced Arranged.
The wrecking crew is now hard all ""'J."     Th y t,, k (ie    ia the   cUw-
work, trylug lo get the train over tha   ,8U���'     lut>-
Edmonds, Sept. 4.���An agreement
between the municipality of Burnaby
and the B. C. E. R. over certain matters connected with the Highland
Park cut-off will probably be signed
this week. According to Mr. W. G.
McQuarrie, solicitor for the municipality, the matter of grades on several
of the streets over which the new line
will pass has all been arranged.
With regard to the threatened suit
by Mr. J. P. Hampton Bole on behalf of
property owners in Burnaby who, he
alleges, will suffer on account of no
provision being made to provide grade
crossings, Mr. McQuarrie stated to
the councillors at tbe last meeting,
that in bts opinion, the complainants
had not a leg to stand on In the suit.
He asked for permission to olose the
agreement with Mr. Laurson, solicitor
of the company, and this was granted.
DISCUSSED SCHOOL MATTERS
East Burnaby Progressive Association
Arranges to Hold Smoker.
East Burnaby. Sept. 4.���At a meeting of the East Burnaby Progressive
association lt was decided to hold a
���nnol-er on the evening of Septembei
57 (Priday). Invitations will be sent
to Mr. B. O. Walker, president of the
Burnsbv board of trade, and also
Councillor W. H. Madill, rtprosentn
tive of ward three, for these gentle
men to address the gathering.
President Yeadon was ln the chair
and the members discussed several
current toples ->f Interest to Bast Bur-
iii-liv. One was the deputation to
the school trustees asking what could
bo done In regard to the proposed
school for East Burnaby oh he site
purchased bj the board some months
ago from Mr, T. D. Coldicutt on
Second street.
' Trustees Patterson nnd Morrison informed the committee that at the
present time the board tad no fnrtfl*
available to ereot a building and cf
rangements under which the children
are attending >He Armstrong avenuo
and the Edmonds school will have to
continue for the time being.
sunken portion so that operations can
be carried on at a more rapid pace.
W. D. Scott, general superintendent,
md J. H. O'Neill, superintendent at
Everett, are on the grounds with the
most capable engineers In the employ
jf the cempany, trying to devise somo
means whereby traffic will be continued without the frequent interruptions that have happened of late. The
trains from, Seattle are being unloaded at New Westminster and the pas
seugers transferred to B. C. E. R. cara
by which they reach Vancouver.
STREETCAR ACCIDENT
Three Injured In Calgary Returning
from Bayley-Allen Fight.
Calgary, Alta., Sept. 4���The first
serious accident of the week occurred
this afternoon, and that it was nol
attended with more serious conse
quences is due to the presence of an
unknown man who acted promptly
and wisely.
When the fans were returning from
the Bayley-Allen boxing match the
street cars were taxed to their utmost
carrying capacity, and a number., of
improvised work cars had to be used
In order to accommodate   the   fans
thing over there, end the ?ery man
they are looking for," said Mr. Annandale waxing enthusiastic on the description of tho reception given the
man at the head cf the affairs of Canada. .
In view of the German war scare
which is a reality to every Englishman,  tbe visit of    Mr. Borden    wai
very encouraging, and they were glad
to get help from the colonies.   Everything the Canadian premier said was
published In detail in all the paper*,
of tbe country large and small, Libwai*
and Conservative alike, anjl on every
hand he received au unusual amount
of attention.   Though Mr. Borden did:
not make any announcement   as   to-
what sort of assistance he was g/ung..
to offer the mother country, tbe pspr-
ple were perfectly satisfied with   the
assurances he made, and are awaiting
with great Interest the result of bin
meeting with the cabinet in tbe near
future when tbe policy cf the Domin
lon will be decided uron. ...
Britain is Ready.
"The Anglo-German situation fa
considered very acute and Britain te
in readiness for a war at any moment.
Everywhere ls abroad the Idea that.
friction mV*   occur   with.  Germany,
who had witnessed the bout,   One ef ani the assumption that th����'"**
these cars with a trailer behind was
proceeding down  the Cemetery hill
at Parkview when tho brakes proved
Insufficient on account of the additional weight. �� . *
That only three men were Injured
badly was a miracle at the wreck had
all the features of a fatal accident.
. BURNABY  DOINGS
be something doing sooner or later te
based on the facts that Germany   te
building a big fleet while she haa no
coastline, colonies of merchant marine to the extent that Great Britain
has to protect.   Tbe   announcements
of Premier Borden that Canada wonld
eome to the assistance of the British
fleet greatly relieved the minds of the
British public."
While in London Mr. Annandale at-
Forsstcrs   Organise   Degree  Team��� tended the Imperial congress of   the
Dancing Season Begins. Chambers of Commerce of the Km-
East Burnaby, Sept. 4.���Since the pire with Mr. L. B. Lusby, being Mm-
visit of the Forestere' delegates to the gates from the Westminster hoard ot
East Burnaby lodge, several new mem- trade. The looal men had very little-
bers hnve been added to the roster to do with the matters brought ty
aftd preparations are being made to before the congress, however, as nott-
organise a degieertam which will as- floatlon of any resolutions ^ to b��
slst in the initiation proceedings with brought up at the gathering had to
the offtceis. A dommlttee has been be in several months ahead-of thp
appointed to arrange several dances congress. ,
and soclab to tako place during the The Great Congress.
winter months. ,   1    "However."  states Mr. Annandale.
The dancing season will open   in "Canada occupied a very   prominent
East Burnabv   on   Monday   evening,!part of tbe whole affair, the ontstand-
September 16, at VlckerCs hall.
Mr. apd Jtrs. H. Chilton, of   Bast
Burnaby. left yesterday for Nanaimo,
where tbey wlH *"""'" *-���'-���
home.
make   their future
Ing features of which wero speeches,
by Lord Desborough and Mr. W. I".
Cockshutt. M.P.. of the Dominion parliament, the address   of   the   latter-
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912:
I Classified Advertising
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<# RATES.
������ One ceat per word for day.
��� Flour   ijentg   per   word   per
��� week.
��� No   advertisement   accepted
d> lor tesa than 25c.
* Birth,   death   and   marriage
������ notices 50c per insertion.
TO  RENT.
TO    RENT  --  TWO    FURNISHED
rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FOR RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
eight roomed modern house. Will
give lease. Apply 415 Twelfth
street between 1 and 3 p.m.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���A SMART SEAMTRESS
for plain sewing. The T. H. Smith
Co., Ltd.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE DOUBLE
bedroom suitable for two gentlemen, and one single bedroom, newly furnished; home comforts. Apply S24 Tenth Btreet, city.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes sireet, phone L 638.
Wlll BIG DITCH BE
SAFE FOR VESSEIS
VICE-REGAL   PARTY
IN ALBERTA'S CAPITAL
���WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FURN-
ished rooms; would prefer a small
house. Address Box 101 News
office.
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms.  828  Royal Avenue.
TO RENT���A FRONT FURNISHED
bedroom, near Library. Apply Arrow l'ress, 609 Victoria street.
WANTED���FURNISHED HOUSE BY
young couple; careful tenants.
Wonld consider small unfurnished
house. Apply at once Box 102 Daily
News.
VOR    AN    EXPERIENCED    DRESS-
maker apply 1039 Fourth avenue.
WANTED���A   SMALL   OFFICE    ON
principal     business     street,    Now
Westminster.     Particulars at once
to 310 Richards street, Vancouver.
WANTED���GOOD COOK FOR PRI-
vate family; good wages. Apply 515
Fifth avenue.
���WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.      ROYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD
ers.   3(i Hastings street.
FORT.    FRASER.   DEVELOPMENT
CLUB   will   give  you   full   information   regarding  developments    now
Koing on at Fort Fraser, B. C, Opportunities for young men  of limited  means.    Saw  mill,  stores, government   building,   bank    building,
large hotel, now built or in  course
of  construction.      Railroad    grade
mow  cleared    through    the    town.
There will be no more Fort Frasers
to    pour    out    its    virgin    wealth
to the newcomers.    See W. A. Matheson,  secretary,  Vancouver office
102 Winch Building.
ro     RENT-FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping rooms.    224 Seventh street
FOR RENT���LARGE. AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. Fcr terms apply Westminster Daily News.
fO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping looms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth sireet and Agnes
street.
Tremendous Slides Block Up Drainage
Canal  in Culebra Cut���Punch's
Cartoon.
New Orleans, Sept. 4.���One million
two hundred thousand cubic yards oi
gravel have been swept into the Cule
bra cut by slides, according to reports
received here today. One, the larg
est, carried 900,000 yards of debris,
causing the canal engineers serious
embarrassment, and bids fair to ad,1
another extension to the time limit
for the completion of the big ditch.
The slide partly burled a oteam-
shovel and endangered a number of
workmen. It also carried down a big
observation platform. The earth settled to the bottom of the canal.
The previous slide came six days
earlier, north of Empire, damaging
the diversion, or drainage canai,
which is considerably higher than thc
big ditch, and letting in a big volume
cf water. Much of this had been pump
ed out when the second slide came.
The Blldes had another effect whicii
is causing much distress among canal
workers. The two-story Young Men's-
Christian Association home erected on
Culebra Heights is sliding toward the
oanal and the commission has ordered
its use discontinued. Already the
structure is eighteen inches nearer th.?
canal than when it was built and there
seems no way of stopping it.
TO    RENT-LARGE    AIRY    FRONT
.   bedroom, furnished.   Terms reasonable.    720 Agites street.
TO RENT��� FURNISHED HOARDING
house.    Ad.'ress Hox 765 City.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY AFTER-
noon, between the court house ar.d
Knights hardware store on Sixth
street, a brown paper parcel containing a lady's blouse. The. finder will be rewarded by leaving
same at this office.
LOST���A small leather wallet containing railway transportation and
membership cards made out. to G
S. Whitaker, Calgary; also small
silver card ca3e and memo pocket
book, believed to be lost between
Westminster and Port Mann. Finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving at Motherwell & Darling's ofTice
New Westminster.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���A CANADIAN HOME
Investment contract, with very low
number. For further particulars
write box 91 News Office.
HOUSE BARGAIN���NEW MODERN
eight-roomed house, corner of Second and Durham, New Westminster.
Lot 92x120 feet. Concrete basement, furnace, stationery washtubs,
etc Mortgage $3500. Value of
property $6500. Will sell for $3000.
Not less than $800 cash. Balance
��asy terms, or will take property
in trade. Address, Thompson, 310
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.    Telephone Seymour 487.
PERSONAL.
lini.DERS AND PLUMBERS, FOR
cement blocks, chimneys, brick
laundry tubs, drain file and fireproof, germproof, waterproof, sanitary plastic flooring, see J. W. McCallum, Westminster Trust block.
Phones; Office 434; .house L 885.
FOR    SALE���14-FOOT     PLEASURE
boat, 1321 Third avenue. |
FOR  SALE-EIGHT  LOTS,   ABOUT
1V4 acres with 686 foot  road  front-,
age, splendid location, close to new
-school  and    tram.      Owner.   P.  O. '
Hox 977,  New  Westminster. i
FOR  SALE-CLOVER   HAY   ABOUT
three toiiB, feed    oats    about    two
tons.    Best offer wanted by Robert.
Wright,  BrUnette  road,  in  junction |
uilli  lllui- Mountain road.
fou BALE���Eight roomed modern
house, cement block foundation, full |
basement, furnace, separate bath
and toilet, splendid view, one block
from car line, close to Sixth ave-
mtt: Price right, good terms. Own-
��� ��>r leaving town. Address owner,
J'.a  box  375, City.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
ttsen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 511x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and liglit; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens,
AMfly Owner, on lot 28 Ilighth
dtventitt. East Uurnaby. between
.Second and Fourth street, one, and
���one-half blocks from car.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT  CO.
SEE WHAT WE HAVE to offer In
Sapperton.
ON KEARY STPEET���Lot 33x132 to
lane, all cleared and fenced. Five
roomed cottage, price $2500; $500
cash.   Terms.   No. 1,
ON ARCHER  STREET���Lot    60x124,
partly cleared; $750; one-half cash.
Terms.    No. 4.
ON  HOSPITAL STREET���Lot 99x70,
cleared;   $2750;  $850 cash.    Terms.
No. 5.
ON McDONAL STREET���Lot 67 by
132, easily cleared; $1200; Third
cash.   Terms.   No. 3.
ON WILSON STREET ��� Two lots
each 45x113 tf) lane, slashed; 12000
buys the pair. $1050 eacb sold
separately; one-quarter casb. Terms
NO, C.
ON FADER STREET���Two lots, each
���ir.-ux, slashed; $2000 for both;
$1050 each; one-ijuartcr cash. Terms,
No. 7.
ON BURNABY BTREET���Lot 50x100;
price |650; $200 cash,   No, 10,
70 RENT���CJversI suites of rooms
and one cottage.
London, Sept. 4.���British shipown
ors. according to the Times, are con
fronted by several problems in theit
consideration of plans dealing witi-
the new situation that the opening ol
the Panama Canal will create. First
among these is the .mestion: "Is tht
canal safe?"
"Of course," It is stated, "It is rec
ognlzed that as far as human skill cat-
guarantee its safety, the canal will b
safe, but the canal with its huge locks
is the first of its kind, and earth
quakes are not unknown in Central
America. Were the mechanism of the
locks one day nut out cf gear by a
seismic disturbance, a twelve-thou-
Band-ton liner might find itself in an
exceedingly uncomfortable position.
"This question of safety will cer-
ta'nly have to be considered very
carefully indeed by shipowners and it
will be further considered when the
rates for insurance ccme to be- dis
cussed. The underwriters will have
to take a new factor into considera
tion. one that has never arisen in con
nection with the Suez Canal."
After this startling exordium the
rest of the article Is somewhat tame
It goes to show that nothing has yet
been definitely determined in the mat
ter of actual development by British
shipping companies.
Punch, this week, hns a cartoon on
the Panama Canal situation. Mr. Tafl
is standing over an open carpet-bag ot
"election baits" from which he has
taken out a roll labelled "repudiation
of treatv." He is saying to a man.
"Here, swallow this." The United
States, typified by the bird of freedom
which is flapping Its wings with indignation responds: "Thanks, I'm an
eagle.   I'm not a vulture."
B.C. TIMBER PLENTIFUL.
Growing Six Times as Fast as It Is
Cut.
Victoria, Sept. 4.���R. E. Benedict, of
the provincial forest service, has re
turned from a trip to the Nelson coun
������v. where he spent some time In mak
ing an estimate of the land now held
under timber lease which Is suitable
for agricultural purposes. His work it
this respect is part of a similar sur
vey which Is to be made of the whol'
province, the intention being that suet
land shall be cleared as quickly a'
market conditions will permit, so a
to make it available for the settler.
The officials of the forestry brand
are as yet only at the beginning o
their work in this province, but al
ready they have got far enough alon'.
to estimate roughly that about sl
billion could be cut annually wlthou
diminishing the supply. At present
the amount cut Is about one blllioi
feet per annum. The quantity there
fore can be increased six times wltl
a corresponding increase of the prov
Inetal revenue from this source am
this rale of cutting can be kept up fot
ever.
sxne. sai.Pi-
mmit new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
408 Fifth stieet.
SFOtt SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
���oreti complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOH SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
��iop and chickens, 21 ft tilt trees
rull bearing; lot 5, 50x182 feet, gar-
ntvn and vegetables, Ninth avenue.
liurnaby, between Second and
SFtturth streets. Price $1350: very
easy terms.   Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
afp sale, six roomed house, block
from clly ear.   A. L. N��� News office.
WlR SALE-STEEL MALLEABLE
r��n.?��H on e:ny terms; $1.00 down,
ft.oo jiei v-ek. Cauada Range Co.,
Jlarkel Square.
FORMER   ARMY   OFFICER
ACQUITTED   OF   CHARGV
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis  Block.  Mew  Westminster,   B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, Engllst
snd Swiss
WATCHES
All   Work   Guaranteed.
541 Front 8treet      N'-�� City Market
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLAC^'FIED ADVERTISMENTS
BRINOI  C'JICK   RESULTS
Constantinople, Sept. 4.--Lieut. lUr
i)"i-|   <1.    Montague,   formerly    of   th.
British army, who was oharged wit1
the murder of a Manchester tnerqtwv
named Dayan in a hofel hern Aug. ll
was tr:(i'l today by ft Jury made up oi
flve British r< aidants and acquitted
Ills ttciulltal was due In a largi
measure to Ills own testimony,
Lieutenant Montague fonperly wa-
connected with the Northumberland
Fusiliers. Patrons of the hotel wher
Dayan mot hln death heard a piste'
shot on the night of Aug. 11, and sav
Montague, partly dressed, run fron
the room into thn streel. He was ar
rested, but declared Dayan had beer
killed accidentally.
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 4.���The presentation lo the Duke of Connaught
of i key made in Edmonton of pure
Saskatchewan river gold, obtained
just below the city, and the ceremony
of the formal opening of the magnlfl;
cent new legislative buildings of the
Province of Alberta, constituted the
central event of today's proceedings
in connection with the visit of the
vice-regal party here. The early part
of the day was fine, but just before
the ceremony at the legislative buildings a drenching downpour of rain began. The enthusiasm of the people of
Edmonton in welcoming Their Royal
Highnesses was in evidence all day
from the moment of the arrival of the
royal train this forenoon, when fully
ten thousand people assembled at the
station. His Royal Highneps, whe
wore his field marshal's uniform, and
the Duchess and Princess Patricia
were received by Lieut.-Gov. Bulyea,
Premier Sifton and the members of
his cabinet. The presentation of the
golden key was made by Hon. Mitchell, Minister"of Publlc Works, after
Premier Sifton read the address of
invitation to His Royal Highness to
formally open the buildings.
Signs of Commercial  War.
St Petersburg, Sept. 4. The   latesl
Issue of Russian consular reports contain the following startling statement
[ortn the cntis'.tl In Melbourne:
"I forward Information rognrd'n"
Australian agriculture) machines Btilt
able for Import Into Russia, when Am-
erican machines arc evcluded."
The Russian department of com-
���merr.n also publishes tha assertion
that the American authorities are wilfully obstructing the Importation of
Russian caviar Into the United States.
The department Is asked lo tako the
proper measures to defend the Russian er.norterSi for whom strangely
,,t.rv.o;h the Hub o-Br'ti��h Chamber of
Commerce la acting officially.
Every Woman
ts interested nnd rhuultl know
"i about the wonderful
Marvei oSuoSr
Ask your druggist for
tt.  If he ennnot supply
the  MARVKL, accept no
other, but send ptamp for 111 ns-  ,
trated book���sealed.   It gives full
particulars and directions lnvalnable
to ladies. WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.. Windsor. Ont
General Agents for Cauada.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Two and  Four-Gate Concrete Sluices
SEALED TENDERS, superscribe!
"Tender for Concrete Sluices," wil
be received by the undersigned up ti
5 p. ni. of Thursday, the 12th of Sep
tember, 1912, for the construction o
flve reinforced concrete sluices, a
follows, viz.. One, 4 gates, iu Maple
Ridge District, near the mouth of tin
Lillooet River; one, 2 gates, In Co
quitlam District, near the ferry; one
4 gates, in t"oi]uitlam, near the mont'
of Pitt Rive- one, 2 gates, in Pit
Meadows District, Tract No. 1, nea
junction of N, and S. Lillooet; one, :
gates, in Pitt Meado.vs District
Tract No. 2, near the mouth cf thi
Lillooet River.
Plans, specifications, contract, ant"
forms of tender may be seen on an'
after the 29th day of August, 1012. a
the office of the Provincial Govern
ment Agent, New Westminster, an<
at the office of the Provincial Tim
ber Inspector, Vancouver. In��end:n
contractors, on gWlns reasonable no
tice to Mr. R. D. Irvine, Coquitlam
will be shown the sites of the pro
poBed sluices.
Each proposal must be accompan
led by an accepted bank cheque o
certlflcate of deposit on a charters
bank of Canada, made oayable to th��
"'on. the Minister of Public Works
'or the sum of $1000, which shall b'
forfeited If the party tender'ng declines to enter into contract wher
called upon to do so. or if he fails t'
complete the work contracted for
The cheques or certificates of d"pos
t nf unsuccessful tenderers w'll br
returned to them upon the eTecutlor
of 'he contract.
Tenders will not be considered ur-
less made out on the form supplied
signed with the actual signature of
the tend��rpr nnd enclosed ln the en
velopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not nee
essarlly accepted.
E. A. W1LMOT,
Inspector of Dyk����
Department   of   Public   Works,   Vic
toria, D. C, Aug. 22, 1912.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Industrial  School for Girls.
SEALED TENDERS, inpeMorlbel
'Tender fer Industrial School fo"
!lrls" wlll be "Ma'vnd hv the lion
he M'-iUter t r P bl'o Works up to 1
'cle-'ii; rei r if Monday, 9th day e
leptembi r, "' I ' for the erection an'
tompletlm of an Industrial school fo
;;rls.
Plans, ��pec'floatt<jns, contract, Bni
'omiH < f tender may be seen nt thfl ot
ines nf U'M Government Agents. Var
nottver and New Westminster, nud th
Department of Public Works. Victoria
Intending tenderers can. liy apply
;tig to the undersigned, obtain a Bet o
the drawing's and speotflcat'ons for tin
sum of twenty-five (26) dollars,
Each proposal must he accompanied
hy au aqcepted bank cheque or certlfl
cate ef deposit on n chartered hank en
Canada, made payable to the Hon. the
Minister of Public Works, for a biiiii
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the
amount of thn tender, which shall be
forfeited If the party tendering decline to enter Into contract when called upon to do so, or If he fall to complete the work contracted for. The
cheques or certificates Of deposit of
unsuccessful tenderers will be return
ed to them upon Ihe execution cf the
contract.
Tenders will not be oonsldered unless made out on thfl forms supplied
Blgned with the actual signature ofthe
tenderer, atid enclosed ln thn envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not neces
surily accepted.
j. e. Griffith,
Public WorkH Knglneer.
Department   of   Public   Works,   Victoria, B. C, 15th August, 1912.
When you want to
clear your house of flies,
see that you get
WILSON'S
Imitations are always
unsatisfactory.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mir era! Waterf,   Aerated Waters
| Manufactured by
| I. HENLEY
i        NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
i Telephone R 111. Office:  Princess 8t.
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice is hereby given that thfl
Statutory Meeting of the Board cf
Licensed Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, Wednesday.
September llth, Inst., at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon.
(Signed)  ARTHUR G.  MOORE,
Clerk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, B.C., August 29th, 1912.
TELEPHONE L 883
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu  Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 853.
Room 4 Traoo Block
You can rent that room through the medium of
a classified advertisement in the Westminster
Daily News at the small cost of one cent a word.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds 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 tale or rent while prices are low
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Nanaimo Street Improvement.
Schedule Allowing the real proper ey Immediately benefited and the proportion in which the assessment ls rn ade.
Name of Owner. Resub Subd.    l.ot
Brenchley, CD N. Pt.   6 A 1
Purvis, Phoebe    5 2
Mclnnis, Edward  6 2
Purvis, Charles   7 2
Purvis, Charles   8 2
Purvis, Charles J  9 2
Barrett, Mary C  10 2
Ooodwln, Alex  11 2
Halliday, A. P  12 2
Halllday. A. P  13 2
Wllkie, Annie       8     1,2,3,4 1
Mllekew, Leon      7 A.     " 1
McKay, W. J     7 B.     " 1
Belanger, Annie     7 C.     " 1
Wllkie, Peter      6 " 1
Allen, Jane      5 " 1
Malcolm, M. B NW.pt   5 A 1
Brown. Harriet N.E.pt   5 A 1
City of New Westminster .. .Lot 43.8j129 created
Value for
Blk. Assessm't.
Sli    $ 2,469.77
1,500.00
Sli
Sli
Sli
SU
Sli
Sli
SU
SU
811
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
su
su
su
by Imp,
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
2,467.02
822.34
822.34
822.34
2,467.02
2,791.80
1,237.50
1,188.00
2,000.00
Annual
Payment.
$ 21.73
13.21
13.21
13.21
12.33
' 12.33
12.31
12.33
12.33
12.33
21.71
7.25
7.25
7.25
21.71
24.57
10.90
10.46
17.61
$29,988.12       $264.07
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of tho City of New Westminster Intends to pass a lx>cal Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing
the properties in the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually
for thirty years set opposite each let, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made will
be h.,ld on Thursday, the 26th day of Sept., 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
in tho forenoon, at the Council Chamber, tn the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, Clay Clerk.
City Hall, September 4th, 1912.
Date of first publication  September 4th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Proposed Lane Between Mowat and Eleventh Streets.
Schedule showing the real proper
portion in which the assessment is tn
Re-Sub-
Name of Owner. division.
I'rueiuun, W. H. and Mary B..
Bagge, George  	
Barnard, Frank S	
Duncan, A.  Findlay  	
Corbould. O. B	
Welsh, Daniel (Est.)  	
Collier, Samuel 	
Wllkie,  Ellen G	
Wilkie, Eileen   ,	
Woods, Ann  1&NV42
Howo, William Q 3&S%2
Dixon, C. H. and Maggie	
Way, Joslah  	
ty Immediately benefited and the pro-
ade on por foot frontage:
Foet
Annual
Subd
Lot.
Blk.
Front Payment.
8
46,47
sr,
49.50
$ 8.03
9
���Hi, 47
so
49.50
8.08
10
49,47
S5
49.50
8.03
11
46,47
So
49.50
8.03
4
45
sr.
42.00
6.8?
5
45
sr,
42.00
6.87
6
45
85
42.00
6.8 J
7
45
85
42.00
6.87
8
45
sr,
42.00
6.87
1
27
85
59.40
9.71
3
27
85
59.40
9.71
4
27
85
��9.60
6.47
5
27
85
89.60
6.47
606.00
$99.01
Notice Is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
the properties in the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annuall/
for thirty yenrs set opposite each lot, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
cimplaintB and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made will
be held on Thursday, the 26th d:iy of Sept., 1912, commencing at 10 o'cloc.i
In the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, In the City Hall, New Westminster British Columbia, and nny notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court ot Revision.^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
City Hnll, S"ntember 4'.h, 1912. .     ,
Date of first publication September 4th, 1912. .. , i
n
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���������ft THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRHT
PROGRESSIVES GAIN     HUNDRED MILLIONS
GROW IN VERMONT       INVOLVED IN CASE
Republicans Carry State, But Strength   Government of Oregon Claims 2,500,
cf  N;w  Party  Is  Slgniflcan:��� COO Acres of Land from South-
Slight Democrat Gain.
White liver Junction, Vt., Sept. 4 ���
The Progressives and the   Democrata
ern  Pacific.
CUTTING ALMOST
DIE ON PRAIRIES
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
LEESLIMITED
"We Furnish  Your  Home Complete.'
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Portland,    Ore.,
testimony   in    the
Sept.   4.���Taking
Oregon-California
won the honors in the Vermont State j land grant cases waa resumed in thf
election today, for although the Re-1 United States district court yester-
publicans carried the state on a plur-1 day afternoon. Alias Margaret A
ality vote, there was no election by a j Fleming sitting as referee. This is the'
majority vote and the choice of a gov- fourth and probably final hearing in
ernor was thrown into the legislature. ! this case, which is said to involve the
There the Republicans will have a j largest amount of property value eve-
sufficient ���majority to elect Allen M. | concerned in a single legal action in
Fletcher and  the rest   of  the   state
tlc'tet.
Returns for 217 out of 246 cities and
towns gave:
Fletcher (Republican), 23,602; Howe
(Democrat), 18,250; Metzger (Progres
slve), 14,220; Smith (Prohibition), 1,-
425; Suiter (Socialist), 1006.
The same places In 1910 gave:
Mead (Republican), 31,816; Watson,
(Democrat), 15.803; Towle (Prohibition), 1052; Ordway (Socialist), 890.
Returns so far show that the next
legislature wlll contain 110 Republicans, 36 Democrats and 14 Progressives and 30 Republican senators.
Congressman Frank L. Green, of St.
Albans, in the First, and Frank P.
Lumley, of Norihfleld. In the Second
District, were re-elected without material opposition.
The falling off In the Republican
vote began with the first return, while
the Progressives secured a heavy vote
all along the line. In some case3 carrying towns that heretofore had been
regarded as strongly Republican. Yet
the disaffection from the Republican
ranks did not extend very far beyond
the head of the ticket.
Many towns that showed strong
Progressive tendencies  sent  Republi-
this country
The Iand in dispute includes 2.500,
000 acres, wiih a money value In excess of $100,000,000.
This property was donated by the
government In 1S66 to the old Oregon
and California Railroad Company under Certain conditions as to settlement and sale. The government contends that these stipulations have not
been carried out by the railroad com
pany, and ls seeking to recover title
from the Southern Paciflc Railroad
Company, successor to the Oregon
and California.
So far as the taking of testimony is
concerned, the case is nearing Its conclusion. The first bearing was held
in Portland last spring, another session was held in Washington, D. C.
and the third sitting was held In San
Francisco last month.
The present hearing will take seveial weeks to complete, and It probably
will take another mouth for United
States Judge Wolverton to go through
the testimony and render his decision.
Whichever way the court may decide,
the case in all probability will be taken to the United States Supreme
Court
Mr. B. D. Townsend, special assist-
eral, ts handling the case for the government. Arrayed against him is a
group of railroad attorneys headed by
Mr. W. D. Fenton.
can representatives to the legislature ������ ant to the United States attorney-gen-
so that the party leaders were early
assured of a substantial majority on
the joint ballot for governor.
The strength of the new party ln its
flrst lineup against the older parties
and the disappearance of the Republican majority for the first time ln ten
years, and the first time in the history of the state on a presidential
year, were the outstanding features of
the election.
For many years political students
have pointed out that any   decreased
PREPARING FOR TRIAL
Secret Service Agent Begins  Investigations for Aldermanic Committee.
New York. Sept. 4.���District  Attorney  Whitman  left  today  for   Albany
to confer with Governor Dlx relative
Labcr Shortage Drawback In Shocking
Crain���Danger cf Frost Pras-
tUally Averted.
Winnipeg, Sept. 4.���Although th9
weather continues rather unsettled,
reports received from numerous country points show that harvesting is
more advanced than is generally uup-
posed. Particularly good ia the progress in southern Manitoba and the
southeastern districts cf Sa3katche
wan.
A bulletin from Areola, Sask., says
that many farmers have finished
wheat cutting and quite 80 per cent,
of tbe total wheat of the section is
cut. With favorable weather, ail grains
with the eiceotioii cf flax will be cut
this week. Flax is heavy and a little
late. There has been no damage from
frost or rain.
Otlier reports show that even where
not more than 50 per cent, of the
wheat crop is cut, th�� balance ts so
far advanced toward maturity that it
is practlcaPy safe from serious frost
damage. Harvesters are being eagerly snapped up as they come in, at big
wages.
Moose Jaw. Sask., Sept. 4.���In the
immediate district dull harvesting
weather prevailed today with light
misty rain which has Interfered with
cutting. Grain now requires every
possible moment for cutting, as It is
getting over-ripe.
One hour's sunshine would set
things going in full swing tomorrow.'
So lar the farmers have done wonderfully well. Labor is scarce. Thou
sands of acres in sheaf lie just as it
dropped from the binders, and shockers are required.
ir Range
Republican majority In Vermont in I i0 summoning another panel from
September below the normal of 25,-1 which to select an extraordinary
000 has been followed almost invaria-   grand jury.
bly by the party defeat in the presi-1     He decl'ined to spv anvthing   about i
dential   fight    in   November.     These j his    conference    with    Cornelius    G. I
majorities, whicli have averaged close i Haves, recently reduced from   police'
to 80.000 In all htate elections in Ver-   Inspector to captain.    Il had been ru-
mont in presidential years since 1892 j ���,ored     for  some   time   that     Hayes
were represented leday by a bare plu-   would come over to tlie district attor-
Saskatoon, Sask., Sept. 4.���Continued wet weather in northern Saskat
chewan has given the farmers an opportunity to shock the grain almost aa
soon as lt was cut. The weather, It
is true, has Interfered with the harvest, but the absence of frost up to
date means that the crop, 85 per cent,
of which is In the shock, has escaped
damage.
Shocked grain withstands the wet a
hundred per cent, better than the
grain lying on the ground, and while
the damp weather has prevented a
speedy cut, it has enabled the farmer
to Bhock almost as it was "ut.
rallty. The Republican loss apparently went in a great degree to the Progressives and to a somewhat lesser
extant to the P.emocrats.
Progressives Win In California.
San Francisco, Sept. 4.���Tho Pro-
Kreaslvo Republicans claim victory In
yesterday's state primary election. If
their tiop��s. which are based upon
meagre returns available, are fulfilled. Governor Johnson's political allies
and supporters will bave won in their
struggle with the Tuft faction for the
contrcl cf the state party machinery.
the ultimate electors pledged to
Roosevelt will he assured, and the
Taft supporters will be compelled to I r
land their electoral college candidates I J"
on the November ballot by special
petition.
ney. I!!s break with Commissioner
Waldo, who accuses hlm of making a
false statement, saying that Waldo
had Instructed him nut to molest disorderly houses unless the raidi were
tanetioned by Waldo, brought about
the inspector's redaction.
William J. Flynn. l\\e secret servloe
agent, who resigned hls position to
I'd In the graft enquiry here, began
today bis duties as special Investigator for tlie aldermanic committee. The
committee will hold Its session on
Monday, with Mayer Gaynor as one
cf the first witnesses.
TRACK TO HOPE
N.
Object to Poll Tax.
Victoria, riept. 4.���The Victoria
Trades and Labor Council has written
to the attorney-general protesting
against the present method of levying
the pell tax. The letter expresses the
opinion that thiB tax should be abolished altogether, but pending this desirable reform, the opinion Is expressed that steps should be taken to ensure that person shall not have to pay
it more than once a year. Laboring
men. It ia allesed, often lose their receipts or v ear them out by carrying
them pround In their working clothes
wi,th the result that they have to pay
again. This second payment, It is
true, may be refunded, but the refund
can only be sceured by calling at the
assessor's office during hours, whicli
Involves the loss of time and ln mo9l
cases the loss of at least half a day's
work. The Trades and Labor Council aHks tbat some remedy be provided
which will obviate this trouble.
|nrreir��d  Bank   Clearlncs.
Toronto. Sept. 4.-~The  bank   clear
lncs ler die r"otith of August, 1912. as
compared    with    the    corresponding
month last year, nre
City-
Montreal
Toronto
Winnipeg   .
Vancouver
Ottawa
Calgary
Quebec
Victoria    .
Hamilton .
Halifax     .
St. John .,
Edmonton
London
Regina    ..
Brandon
Lethbrldge
Saskatoon
Brantford
Moosejaw
Total
1918.
,$234 913.718
. 167.989,004
. 108.553,442
. 55.929,314
. 21.106.208
. 22.486.030
. 12.976,297
. 16.254.589
. 13.870.037
.      8.158.190
7.647.351
. 18306.531
. 6.691.860
. 9,401.192
.      2,508,703
2,671,035
.      9,122,020
2,250,882
.      5,118,419
Mil,
$187,190 431
152.777.ftai
87.518.65!
47.232.33.r
16.932.35C
22.483.951
12.203.64f
11.394.981
10.276.454
7.538.044
6.436.76"
9.543,494
5.736.532
5.982.818
2.310,490
' 2,814,989
5,401,74!
2.072,79f
3,780,857
.$746,165,082 $599,129,32
Scottish Fisherman Lost.
Edinburgh, Sopt. 4.���Ten fishermen,
in satl boats, loft here in flne weather
*4 three weeks ago for goose hunting off
Snilskeir Islet, 36 miles distant. A
landing could only be effected at high
tide, and on the first night a northeaster arose.
Since then nothing has been heard
of them. Torpedo boats wore sent
out, but after circling the neighborhood, they were unable to find any
trace of the fishermen.
R.   Makes   Definite   Announcement of  Policy  In  B. C.
Vancouver, Sept. 4.���"We are prepared to build a single line of track
frcm the summit of tho Hope mountains down the western slope to Hope,
and give the Kettle Valley line equal
running rights over It, or to allow the
Kettle Valley line to construct tbe
road and give us trackag0 facilities.
The matter. I expect, will soon be
amicably settled. The Great Northern will shortly award a contract for
the construction of a 42-mile extension of the V. V. & E. line, our Canadian section, from Coalmont, on the
Tulameeu river, westward to the summit of the Hope mountains. This work
will be rushed."
This was tho definite announcement of the Great Northern Railway
ollcv In Hritish Columbia, made to-
lay by Mr. L. C. Oilman, assistant to
ths president of the Hill system. Mr.
Oilman added that one single line of
railway ov^r the western slope of the
'lope range down the Coquahalla rlvei
would Involve a heavy expenditure
and while serving the purpose of the
two railways concerned would nol
,-leld any substantial return for a con
ilderable time.
Mr. Oilman came up from   Seatth
feday with Mr. M. J. Costello. traffic
oanager   of   Western   lines  of   th��
��� Sreat Northern, on official business.
OPPOSES   C'JFFRAQETTEO
Premier Roblln, of Manitoba. Taket
Decided Stsnd on Question.
Winnipeg, Sept. 4.���The threatened
advent of militant suffragists to Can
ida does not prove perplexing to 81.
Hodmond Roblln, Premier of Manitoba. Interviewed before leaving for
Calgary, the premier aald that he did
not think the proposal would materialize for a militant campaign In Canada, as he thought the women of Canada had better sense than to Indulge
in such disgraceful tactics like those
which had been experienced in the
Old Country. At the same time, Str
Redmond Intimated that strong measures would be used If necessary to
prevent the disgraceful scenes, which
had been experienced elsewhere. "I
nm utterly opposed to the campaign
for votes for women," said Sir Rod-
mond. "I feel that politics is no
sphere ln which woman should exercise herself. At the same time, I have
never found tho women of Canada
expressing any particular desire for a
vote and, as a matter of fact, I believe they .think more of themselves."
At the same time, Sir Rodmond said,
that In view of the coming visit of
English Suffragists, the people of Canada should deeply resent   any   qam-
palgn by outsiders
frage.
for women 'suf-
YOUNG RANCHER SHOT.
Wounded In Gun  Fight Arising From
Row Over Some  Horses.
Port Angeles, Sept. 4.���Char'ej
Bates, a young rancher, lies at the
point of death in a hospital here today from a gunshot wound inflicted
by William Bender, a neighbor, in a
g.in flght between neighboring ranchers, fouslil yesterday morning at the
tlucUhorn Ranoh, on Little River, ten
miles southwest ot this city. Bender
was uninjured, as was D. C. Sisson
the third party in the affair, although
both were Bhot al, the former five
times and the latter once. The row-
was over horses belonging to SiBson,
and whloh got iuto Bender's fleld, it
is said, and Bender put them in his
barn.
Bates was in the employ of Sisson.
Rates and Sisson started for Bender's
cabin, according to their story, to settle for any damages done by the
horses, and bring them home, but
both carried rilles.
When Bates, who was some distance In advance, was within a few
feet of the cabin, Bender poked a
shotgun through the door and fired
point blank, the charge tearing away |
the muscles of Bates' left arm and a
portion of his left side, over the
heart.
Bender then stepped out of the door
and fired the other barrel at Sisson.
who returned the fire with the five
shots ot his Winchester, striking the
cabin, but missing Bender. Bender
fled within, where he was apprehend
ed later by the authorities. Sisson
returned to his 'own ranch after the
shooting, believing tbat he had killed
Bender.
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Dowle's Successor and White Robed
Songsters Coming to Coast.
Vancouver, Sept. 4.���Vancouver ls
to hear Wilbur Ulenn Vollva, succes
sor to John Alexander Dowle, founder of the Christian Catholic Apostolic
Church in Zlon. Mr. Vollva is due to
preach In this city on Sunday, Oct. ��i
it the Empress Theatre, he will be
accompanied by a double quartette
lelected from the Zlon City White
Robed Choir of 500 voices, Elder P. M.
Uovall. Theodore Forby, attorney-at-
law, and Conductor John D. Thomas,
director ot tho Zion City Choir.
Mr. Vollva, it Is announced, wlll en-
leavor to put before the citizens ot
Vancouver a clear and concise view of
he principles, practices and purposes
if the Zlon movement. He will endeavor to put before tha citizens of
the social problems that so sorely tax
ihe foremost thinkers of the dav. As
t criterion to the theories which he
advances he will hold up Zlon City as
an example of prosperity under a theocratic rule, in contrast to the various
man-made governments."
Tho Industries of Zlon City are run
on a co-operative basis, the employee*
being shareholders In the institutions,
ind as a proof of Christian eb-opera-
tlon versus competition, this principle
will be held up as a solution to the
labor problerns.
Mr. Vollva claims that all industrial
strife Is easily averted by Christian
co-operation. lie also asserts that
Zlon City stands as an object lesson
to the world that the principles of the
Kingdom pf Ood, as laid down bv the
Saviour In the Sermon on the Mounl
are absolutely reliable, and that Zlon
City Is the only movement today that
Is putting the teaching of tlie Master
to a practical test.
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to His Royal Highness
the Duke of Connaught, Governor-
General of Canada, setting forth the
program of the tour of His Royal
Highness in British Columbia during
September and October next. The
following places will be visited:
Kamloops���3 p. Vn. to 6:15 p. m. on
the 17th September..
Vancouver��� 3 p. m. on the 18th
September to evening of 20th.
New Westminster���On 21st September.
Prince Rupert���11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (Including a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo���11 a. m. to 1 p. m., on the
27th September.      I ��
Victoria���Evening) of 27th- September to 3rd October. < }
Vernon���Morning of 4th October to
11 a. rn. on same day.
Penticton���4 p. in. on 4th October
to 6 p. m. on Sth.
Robson via Arrowhead���7 p. m. to
9 p. m. on 6th October.
Nelson���Morning cf 7th October till
noon on same day.
Kootenay Landing���6 p. m. on 7th,
leaving early next day.
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WHITHER GO WE 7
Government hy commission, its pro.-
and wins, ts a subject that ^'ould till
many issues of this journal, but it
may be of interest to note here the
direction in which it may be expected
to develop, once the system is Intro
duced into municipal government.
A Kansas City contemporary state-
that the success t>f the movement ii.
tho cities of America has made it in
evitable that ths people ultimatelj
would take up thc question of apply
ing it to the state'and county govern,
-ments. In Oregon, it is .reported that
an initiative trttition is already being
circulated wltl the object of chang
ing' Iho state legislative system. It
��alls for the abolition of the senate
and the creation of a one chamber
legislative Body composed cf sixty
representatives appointed from districts. Abuse of power, as in the
municipal form of commission government, would be safeguarded, we are
told, by initiative referendum and recall.
We do not agree with the statement that the cities of America have
found this system successful. Des
Moines, Iowa, is the outstanding example of its' success, but to date by
far the greater number of the American cities have not experimented in
this direction.
Calgary, to' cite a Canadian instance, has adopted it in one of its
forms and iu even now agitating to
change this for another brand of com-
missic n government.
It would be yell to consider earnestly the advisability of introducing this
as yet experimental system of government into Dritish Columbia. If it doe3
become general, then if we are to follow in the footsteps cf Oregon, it is
riot hard to foresee what manner of
change will come about in Victoria,
���while if wei produce the line 61
thought to Ott'awk, and consider the
time when, as is asserted in some
Quarters, the governance of empire
vill be directed therefrom, it may be
that our descendants may achieve
fame as dictators of a greater realm
than ever Caesar dreamed of.
that we should learn to think in terms
of continents and hemispheres. We
can no longer judge Canadian politics
by the standards of Montreal or Toronto or the West. We must see that
our problems are the problems of Australia and of Soutli Africa. We must
see, too, that our problems are the
problems of Great Britain and of the
whole Imperial fabric, lf that fabric
ls to be held together, these problems
must be solved on the basis of world
politics. The Empire touches the
world in all the seven seas and there
is no other school of world politics so
all-embracing as is open to our students and our people in considering
conditions of life in the diverse parts
of the Empire. Thorough mutual
knowledge would be not only a valuable educative force in the schools, lr
its wider applications and extensions
it would make our people citizens of
the world.���Montreal Star.
DR. CHOWN HEAD Of
RYERSON COLLEGE
Methodist Conference Makes Appointment���Columbian College Will
' Become Part of Institution.
THE   CRAZE   FOR   MONEY.
UNIVERSITIES AND THE EMPIRE,
At the recent Congress of the Universities of the Empire in London was
mooted Thta'' Vft&Vnatlon of a Central
Educational Bureau. The subject wa3
brought before the congress by our
Dr. Parkin," ftnd' Bo favorably were the
members impressed by his presentation df^ithdj-case for such an institution, that a provisional committee was
appointed- to-work out details. Obviously t}ie. delegates were not empowered tO;Co*imit-their universities to
the expeiimtuA'necessary to set the
Bureau in working order, and, therefore, no final action was taken. What
���was dofte L must be considered quite
��� satisfactory as a beginning.
The pro.visi.onal committee will work
out detailed' plans, but in the meantime Dr. Parkin set out pretty clearly
what he hptf.iu mind. The first work
xif the Utiifieftu would be the study of
the method In different universities���
presumably "methods of management
and instruction- and the publication
of the results of those studies ln a
Year Book readily accessible to the
various universities. Out of this
would come the facilitation of appointments to the professionals and
exchange of both students and teach-
���er3. Por the latter purpose details
WOlild be given in the Year Doolt as
to coarsen of study; and special emphasis would be laid on applied
science.
It is easy to see that the plans are
in rather an inchoate state; but nevertheless, ;there is the germ of an in-
Htitution tjiat might do much for the
Empire, particularly hopeful are the
proposals vfor the exchange of profes-
wirs and Students. One cf the greatest needs of the Empire is mutual
knowledge among the different colonies, and an exchange of students
and professors should have a powerful Influence in promoting this knowledge. Such an exchange ought to have
as a by-nVoduct ��� and a very import-
ont by-product���a quickening of Interest in the] history of the Empire. At
pn��ent hj>w many of us are there who
have anything like an Intelligent
knowledge''-*)! the history of Australia
or South Africa? A series of lectures
on the history and present day problems of the Commonwealth by an Antipodean professor would have a
strong influence ln informing our university men and might have a wide
popular ..vpgue . if properly managed.
Then students traveling from one colony to another during thelr college
���course would acquire a knowledge of
the Empire that Is now the possession
of but few men and those few veteran
.statesmen
If we could blot out the mental im
pression that the possession of money
necessarily brings happiness, fewei
":asea of embezzlement would read
the Police Court But it is drummei'
into our ears-from childhood that get
ting money is tho prcof of successor
living, tbat the man deserving of ou.
imitation is one who by any means
has amassed a million djllars. So wj
have bcokii on Success and. How Ti
���Vin It���pages after page of warmed
over platitudes unctuous with the oi'
of patronage. We listen open-mouthed
to str.r'es of real estate sales where
the profit reached almost fabulous per
pantages. We look even reverently
upon the vulgar pile of brick and
stone which some financial marvel ha
srected, under the false impression
that it is a "home." Magazines print
portraits cf millionaires by th
���well'th-of-a-gross. We get life stories
of successful men, column after col
umn. Is it any wonder that the great
majority of our young reople bftgin to
believe that the ability to own a six
cylinder car or to wear diamond
buckles on their suspenders is the
stamp of true nobility?
Canada is eti expanding country.
Opportunities for wealth-getting are
plentiful. Any man with a modicum
Pf business sense and with decent
treatment can do well, can live In
-race and plenty, and can acquire
I enough to assure him against penury
i 'n his declining years. Hundrf>d3 of
men wtth the genius for money-ma.lt-
!ng will pile up great fortunes. But
money is not the end of living.
N'eilher is it necessary for our peace
nt mind that we should have everything that the heart desires. The
child with tiie most toys is the least
contented. And in this case above all
others the child is the father of the
man.
Men and women are forever wanting. A new car, or a new house, a
���iew borse. or a new hat, and in the
flnlted States particularly a new husband or a new wife. And when the
want is gratifiPd the happiness lt
brings is momentary ar.d selfish.
Unquestionably it is true that rich
neople are becoming more plentiful
than ladies and gentlemen. Vulgar
individuals decorated with precious
stones sail down our streets or crowd
our drawing rooms. And our eyes
are so dazzled hat we overlook their
lefect3 as men and women, and yearn
to go and do likewise. Tho country
'a full ot people who are cultivating s
champagne taste on a beer salary
Their determination to get rich over
rides all morality, all reason���and
���here are consequences, often rude
and terrible.���Toronto New3.
A   NOTE   OF   WARNING!
There ha3 been issued, by directlor
ot the Minister of Agriculture at Ottawa, a conspicuous poster calling the
attention of potato growers to the im
lortance of evamining their crop to as
certain whether or not it is infected
with "Potato Canker."' The hanger
shows In natural colors, a potatr
nlant the whole yield of which is af
fected by the disease. It also showi
the appearance of Individual tuber?
In which the Canker has started te
work.
Growers who discover suspicious
symptoms of the disease in their croi
are requested to send alTected speci
mens to the Dominion Botanist, Ex
oerimental Farm, Ottawa. The pos
ter is issued as Farmers' Circular No.
1, cf the Division of Botany, and Is
being distributed by the Publications
Iranch of the Department of Agriculture.
Fear for the Kaiser.
Zurich. Sept.   4.���Two   Italian   Socialists were arrested here today for
hissing   at    Kaiser William    of   Ger
nany, while tae latter was witnessing
lie Swiss armv manoeuvres in pre
j;ress here. The prisoners will lit
held until the kaiser leaves, and then
rrbahlv will be released. The authorities here are alarmed for the
taiser's Bafety. the Swiss law prohlb
ting the arrest and imprisonment of
x.litlcal suspects. Actual offense
must, be c&mmiitud before suspects
can be ta'ten Into custody.
The first Swiss official to greet the
kaiser here was Ilerr Blocher, a Socialist leader.
Vancouver, Sept. 4.���^tev, S. D.
Chown, superintendent of the Western Conference of the Methodist
Church of Canada, was appointed principal of Ryerson College by the Board
of Governors of that institution meeting in the Sixth Avenue Methodist
Church last evening.
The board decided also to lnaugu
rate a crusade to raise $300,000 foi
erection of a college building in Point
Grey that will be a credit to the
church and to the provincial university Itself, of which Ryerson College
will be an integral part.
The meeting of the board, over
which Mr. W. H. Malkln presided, was
held principally to welcome and con
suit with Rev. Dr. Chown, who was-
Appointed by his conference as a dele
gate to develop the educational polic.
of the Methodists of British Columbia
n being able to make arrangement
'or the permanent residence of Dr
Chown in Vancouver in order that hr
nay personally superintend the erec
'.'on of the denomination college anei
supervise the educational work to be
carried on therein, the governors of
the institution have secured a mat.
who brings to British Columbia a wis
'Join and statesmanship born of long
experience in public life.
The. son of a minister and a minis
ter himself for more than thirty years
the first principal of Ryerson College
'ias occupied administrative  position:-'
in   the   Canadian   Methodist   Church
since 1SS8. when he became field sec
retary cf the Brockville, Ont. Distric*
Conference.   After holding several ini-
tortant   pastorates   in   Toronto    and
Montreal, heading   many large   east-
?rn  district  conferences  up   to   ten
ears ago, he connected himself with
he Moral and Social Reform work of
he ohnrhh of Canada   in   1902   and
fter  eight  years of successful   field
vor';  became Associate   General   Su-
erintendent of the church.
"A man cf tact, modi ration rnd ox-
orience."  he  is  referred   to  by  Dr.
McDonald, of Toronto, a colleague of
vhom adds:    "A king among men, a
nagnlficent specimen of physical man
'iocd, a profound thinker, a gifted ora
cr. an advanced student of sociology
md a devoted lover of his fellows."
His work In the past leading him
-uich among college undergraduates
"s wrll as among college faculties. Dr.
"V��'n is popular among students and
ogchers in Canada from thc Atlantic
o thp Pacific.
The camraign of tiie Board et Governors for the S^OO.Oi'O fund will, it Is
���"icrstood. be commenced immedi-
itely, under the guidance of Dr.
Chown. With the present numerclaV
strensth of the denomination It ls not
considered thit difficulty will be met
with in securing the necessary amount
to build a college adequate for the
needs of the Methodist community of
British Columbia. The present Columbia College preparatory school at New
Westminster will become a part of
the Ryerson institution of the future.
BUSINESS BOOHS
IN OLD COUNTRY
(Continued from page one)
arousing the enthusiasm of the gathering to a great pitch."
The congress was opened by
Premier Asquith and the lord mayoi
of London, and, during the week It
extended, some very brilliant functions took place. The colonials were
feted, wined and dined until further
order, and to the majority the occa
alon was one of a lifetime.
The greater part of the time Mr
Annandale was absent he spent ln
vestigatlng the financial market for
his own private information. H.
stayed -in Edinburgh for some timt
and made tours throughout the
greater part of England und Scot
land.
WELL-KNOWN   COBALTERS
FANCIED   BLIND
PIOS
MAY DIVIDE PRESBYTERY
This proposal has, in fact, a much   troops.
Gettysburg   Hero.
San Diego. Cal., Rppt. 4.���The name
of General Daniel S. Slckels. of New
York, will be presented to the members of the Grand Army of the Re-
nubllc when they gather In national
encampment in Los Angeles next
week for the office of commander-in-
chief. It will be presented bv General 0. Bi Loud, past commander nf
the New York G. A. It., who ls now
visiting here.
General Sickles lost a leg at Gettysburg,  nnd   some   historians   declare
that his Impetuous dash at the head of j
the Third Army Corps without   wait-,,
ing for orders at that, battle was what,
i turned   the   tide   for   the    northern
Strong Resolution    Adopted   Concern
Ing Alleged Non-er.forcement of La*
Some startling allegations as te
���conditions in the north were made b.>
he Superintendent of Missions ane
two missionaries at the regular meet
ng of the Westminster Presbytery ii
Vancouver on Tuesday.
Statements were made to the effec
that intemperance and vice were pre
/alent everywhere and that the auth
irlties were exceedingly lax In thi
enforcement of the law not only Ir
the north but in general throughou
the province. The Presbytery passer
\ resolution couched in strong lae
���;uage, regretting that such a condition of affairs existed and a committee was appointed to take the matter
ip with the government.
The concensus cf opinion of the
Presbytery was that for the welfare
of citl7ens and the progress of the
province the law should be more rigidly enforced by the government than
at present.
Among the other matters taken up
hv the gathering was the suggestion
irought forward bv Rev. Mr. McDiar
���nid that the Westminster Presbytery
llstrict be divided into two parts on
���oennnt of the Increasing work in con
'ention with it. lie proposed tha'
N'ew Westminster be made centre of
���ne section ancl Vancouver the head
luarters of the other and Introduced
i  notice rf motion  to that effect.
Rev. Dr. P. Wright Kent in bis re
ilgnation of the Kitsilano church,
vhich was accepted. Rev. It. J. Wilton obtained lpave of absence for six
months to visit the old Country, to
nnrsue hla studies, North Lonsdale
Vuth Hill and Abbotsford congregations were given permission to call
ministers. The resignation of the
Rev. J. A. Dow of his Powell River
charge was laid on the table for consideration at next meeting.
A speclai meeting of the Presbytery
wlll be held to license the students of
Westminster Hall on Sept. 27 in St.
John's church, Vancouver.
Parker's New  Play.
London, Sept. 4.���"Drake," Mr.
Lewis N. Parker's three-act melodrama, which Idealizes the character
of the Elizabethan admiral who vanquished the Spanish Armada, waB produced last night by Sir Herbert Beer-
bohm Tree, at His Majesty's Theatre.
It was splendidly mounted and superbly acted, and lt teaches the lea.son
that Britain's greatness depends tipoi
tho mastery oi tne sea. The play was
cheered to the echo by the pit, und
like Tennyson's "Brook," may run for
ever here, but It will never be popular
at Potsdam.
Cobalt, Ont., Sept. 4.���The provincial police pulled off the biggest rale'
in years yesterday when they nabbec
fourteen blind piggers on forty-sb
charges of selling liquor. Two spot
ters have been working on the cast
two weeks.
Included in��t>e list of arreEt3   are
two men from South Lorraln aud on
rom -\oriii cobalt, while the balanc
ire well-known Cobalt people.
A**empted Escape.
Halifax,   Sept.    4.���Harry   Thcma-.
son. under sentence of death for th
murder of Jaboun Walbourg, at Nort'
Sydney last fall, made a des~p>'ate a
rempt to escape   today.     While   tht
guard was taking him his dinner, tli"
prisoner suddenly slammed the dooi
of his cell in the face  of the  guart'
and    ran    down    the    corridor,   ou
through the front door and made for
the woods nearby.    SherifT Ingrahair.
organized a posse and in less than an
hour had recaptured the prisoner.
Pay For Their Fun.
The punishment for drunkenness la
SL Petersburg Is to make the offender,
no matter what hla social position,
sweep the streets. Well attired gentlemen, some of them ln dress suits.
are occasionally seen sweeping ths
streets after a night's carouse.
Piano Keys.
A soft  rag  moistened  wltb  lemon
Juice and tben dipped In silver whiting will bo found excellent for cleaning piano keys.
Yew Tract.
The yew tree, almost destitute ot
branches or bark, grows in ths Caucasus to a height of from flfty to sixty
feet and a diameter of a little over two
feet It Is considered superior to mahogany and le almost indestructible except by Ore.
Measles.
Tbe  word  measles formerly meant
leprosy.
Jack and Jill  In  Norway.
A writer on Norway saye, "Our familiar nursery friends Jack snd Jill
nre descendants of Hjukl and Bll, tbs
ebbing and flowing tides, tbe tumbling
crests of which, breaking one over another as the waves wash tbe shore,
are rather aptly described In tbs nursery rime."
A bite of this and a taste of that, all day
lon j, dulls the appetite and weakens tke
digestion.
Restore your stomach to healthy vigor
by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet
after each meal���and cut out the 'piecing'.
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
are the best friends for sufferers from
Indigestion and dyspepsia. 50c. a Bo��
at   your   Drujgl-t's.      Made   by
National   Drug   and   Chemical
Canada. Limited.
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ing, Theory, Harmony. Counterpoint
and   Musical   Form.
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THUR8DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912.
fTT WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
page nvi
TO HONOR MEMORY
Of DAVE PEARSON
Opening Game of Soccer Seaion  Be- j
tween Celtics and Rovers on
Saturday.
The opening game of tho Boccer
Season will take on Moody park on
Saturday afternoon when the Roverb
and the Celtics of Vancouver mix iii
n benefit game, the proceeds to bi
given towards the Pearson memorial
fund. It wiil be the first time thii
season that the supporters of the a*
sociation game will have a chance of
getting a line on the new players in
the game, especially the boya who will
\��ew New Westminster colors.
The Vancouver and District league
hive gone on record to the effect that
n stone will be placed over the grave
of I i.e late Dave Pearson, who mei
liis death in a tragic manner in Van-
couver a few weeks ago. Pearson wa
otir- of the best known players in tlu
gume In British Columbia and mad
j. name for himself for the three sea-
si najie ployed for the Celtics. A shor'
���sketch of his football career might be
of interest to soccer followers In this
city and. vicinity:
Ho first played for the Gordonhill
j'-.ii.rr team In Glasgow, Scotland and
L.Mped to win tho Glasgow Cup and
the Times Trophy in 1894-5. The
,m I season he joined the Linthouse
leatn. which at that tlmo was one of
tn'- hest operating around Glasgow,
.���nd was selected to play for Glasgow
rig.Unst Sheffield, partnering such fam
CM players as Campbell and McMa-
krn. Krom there he went to Partick
Thistles and later to Greenock Mortal.
lie dropped out of the game ln
i'.,(,'i. but, coming to B. C. in 1909, Join-
ed the Vancouver Celtics and mater-
ally helped them to win the cham-
l.'i nship that season. Three years
i''/n he accompanied tlie Celtics to
('; Igarv where they won the chain
p'mfblp of the Dominion. His last
(.[pearance was against the touring
Corinthians of London last season.
o.niing out of tht stands to fill In a
a j 80S caused by the absence of one
pt the regulars.
The kick-off on Saturday is scheduled for three o'clock with Tim Ma
li'.nev handling the whistle. Tickets
1 t,vo been going fant and Secretary
* tmphor and Manager Grant of the
Hovers report prospects rosy for having a record gate. The Rovers will
present a changed line-up from that
<f lasl season, and there wlll be added
interest in noting how the new players will work ln the combination.
BURNABY HOCKEY
Meeting This Evening���Bright    Prospects for Coming Season.
Edmonds, Sept. 4.���A meeting will
be held ln Moreton hall, Edmonds,
Thursday evening, for the purpose of
organizing the Burnaby grass hockey
team.
'l'he Central Park Agricultural
society has granted permission to the
players for the use of the grounds at
Central Park, and together with new
material, the Burnabyltes expect tc
fleld one of the strongest hockey
teams operating on the lower main
land. Last year they made the Van
couver aggregation bite the dusi
twice.
The meeting Is called fcr 8 o'clock
��� BASEBALL. *
���������������������������������������������
Northwestern League.
At Portland (10 innings)���   It. H. E
Portland 3 10   0
Vancouver 4   4    1
Batteries:    Bloomfleld, Agnew, Cal
lahan and Burch; Schmutz and Lewis
At Seattle��� R. H. E
Seattle     4    6    (
Tacoma   0   6    1
Batteries:    Meikle    and    Whaling
Concannon and Lalonge.
At Spokane��� 11. H. P.
Victoria     2    6    )
Spokane 3    7    ]
Batteries:    Wilson and Meek; Gor
don and Ostdlek.
National League.
At Philadelphia��� R. H. E
N'ew York   b 10    3
Philadelphia 2   b    0
Batteries:    Tesereau    and Wilson;
Moore. Mayer and Killlfei'.
Second game��� R. H. E.
N'ew York     2    5    2
Philadelphia 4    9    1
Batteries:     Marquard.    Ames    and
Wilson; Chalmers and Dooln.
At Brooklyn  (13 Innings)��� R.H.E.
loston    1    3    3
trooklyn   2    6    0
Batteries: Dickson and Randan:
Staok and Miller.
At Chicago��� R. H. E.
''Ittsburg 5 10    0
"h'caso     2    6    0
Batteries: O'Toole. Robinson and
<!mon, Gibson; Lavender and Need-
lam.
At Cincinnati��� R. H. E
it. Louis 3   B   0
���Inr'nimtt    0    9     0
Batteries: Bailee and Bresnahan;
lenton. Hartner and Clark.
schedule flfteen round bout here this
morning.
The sudden termination of the bout
came as a disappointment to the
:rowd of flve thousand fans who
?athered in Calgary's new arena. It
was expected that Allen would hold
his own for at least flfteen rounds
and Bayley's supporters laid even
noney that the Victoria boy would
win In ten rounds.
Allen, however, was beaten before
he entered the ring. He appeared
nervous and highly strung so that
when the gong went in the opening
round the crowd saw for themselves
that the fight would be of short
duration. When the last blow was
Btruck Allen went down to the count
and did not come to for a minute and
a half.
FRACTURING   GAME   LAWS.
Fines at Port Moody���Cases to Come
Up In Westminster.
Pleading guilty before Mr. A. Noble,
J. P., Port Moody, to having been in
possession of twelve blue   grouse,' in
the close season, H. Hood, manager of
the   Port   Moody   Gravel   Company's
eating   bouse,   Sunnyside,   was   fined
$25 and costs on Tuesday.   Mr. Bryan
Williams, chief game  warden,  prosecuted.    From Hood's explanation and
statement in extenuation it appeared
���hat two of his boarders appeared on
or about  Aug.  7  with   twelve   birds
���vhich they requested hlm to cook foi
them.    He complied, and   the   wnol
linn participated in the feast.   Hood
irther    explained    that he did    no
now tlie birds from pheasants or an;
i-her fowls  of the air,  that he was
jnorant of the game laws close sea
ont.
Mr. Williams address'ng tlie mi.?^
rate said he did not press for i
'ieavy penalty In the cjsb. althougi'
ICiltPftl was liable to a fine of $100
and thirty days Imprisonment. Tht
grouse shooting season did not opei.
until Oct. 15, and here was a fla,-;ran'
;' Iation of tiie law in the first week
of August. However, prisoner hai
ileaded guilty and had given a frank
ixplanation of the matter.
The magistrate imposed the penalty
'lent'oned. which amounted in all tu
138,50.
A number of other -cases of a i!m!
IT nature will be tried at New West
'inster zr.A Steveston this week
Pbey include poachers from thi
'.'Htes. trespassing at Haslemere and
.uiu Island, so-called "sports."
The authorities are determined tt
nut down the indiscriminate slaughter of Immature birds out of season.
JONES BEGINS TO
.   CUE DOWN EXPENSES
Nl=k Carter Comes Over to  Salmon
Bellies���Reported lon Hss Been
Lst Out
American  League.
At Washington��� R.H.E.
Detroit   12 15    1
Chicago  4 11    5
Batteries: Wtllett and Cocher;
loott and Easterly.
At Boston��� R. H. E.
Washington 2   6   2
toston 6 10   1
Batteries: Engle. Gallia. Persching
md AInsmith;  Collins and Carrlgan.
At New York��� R.H.E.
Philadelphia 1   7   1
Vew York   6 13    0
Batteries: Coombs and Lapp; War-
top and Sweeney.
Another addition was made to the
'Salmon Bellies last evening in the
. person of Nick Carter. Nick was released by Manager Jones two weeks
ago after be had headed the list of
goal scorers for the green shirts.
While the boys were not In uniform
last evening, all the players wero out
with the stick passing the ball and
keeping In training for the coming
game with Vancouver, This evening
a full practice will be held at 5 o'clock
when the home and defence will operate against each other. Carter will
be out with the boyB and Intends, if
only he gets a chance, to make a show
Ina against Vancouver.
It Is altogether probable that he
will be seen In uniform against them
ln the exhibition game which Is shelled after the championship season
is closed. Manager Jones is feeling
the pinch of catering to small crowds
this season, and It Is reported on good
authrrity that he has released Mickey
Ion from hls list of players. The boys
are determined not to allow Vancou
ver lo win another game, and wlll
place on Ice for keeps the Hartney
Trophy as well as the Minto Cup.
Rugby Men Attention.
Members of the Rugby Football
���club and all Intending players are re-
oucatod to attend the praotice at
Cjuoens rark this evening, beginning
at B c'olrok. The time is drawing
righ wheu the first game of the season Is to be played, September 21, and
in order for the Royal City to nrnko
a gocd showing following Its entrance
Into the Vancouver Rugby Union, the
���olPcfirs of the organisation desire to
���see as many as possible attend.
Saoperton Soccer Men.
The 3apperton Soccer club will
"held a meeting this evening ln their
clah house following the regular midweek prnctide. The boys from the
���*****. e-:tl are determined to repeat
their success of last year in winning
tho ch imnlonship of the city league,
���and several scouts are at work signing un any possible players In their
territory.
LALLY MAY COME
TO VICTORIA NOW
jsrlously    Thinking    ef    Partnerin
Murphy���Rumored Change in
Vancouver Executive.
The changes of Victoria Joining thr
B. C. Lacrosse league next seasor
,��ere greatly enhanced last evening
when Manager Gray received a lettei
from Joe Lally, of Cornwall, stating
'bat he was seriously considering join
Ing Jimmy Murphy and setting up ai
Mitfltters' establishment in the Capl
tal City next season.
Preparations are being made in Vic
tcrla for the financing of a third
earn, and the way that Presiden
Mnrphy has conducted the N. L. U
this past season gives promise tha
ihe Victorias wlll make the othei
two teams hustle for places. It Is al
together probable that the season of
1912 will be the last tbat Manage)
Con Jones wlll be connected with
western lacrosse The rumor gains
ground every day that several well
known sports of the Terminal City
are ready to take over the reins ol
office from Jones, and to uphold tbe
national game out here on the coast.
The high salaries that lir. Jones
contracted for in the early spring, together with several deals tbat aiare
not viewed with favor by both New
Westminster and Vanoouver enthusiasts, ls said to be the reason of
hls desire to drop out of lacrosse.
ALLEN KNOCKED OUT
Former Champion Stood no 8hewr-
Third Round Did It.
Calgary, Sept. 4.���The theory of
���nee licked always licked, proved to
he true when Joe Bayley, lightweight
���hamplon of Canada, with a short
^ock to the Jaw, put the former
champion down and out for the count
)f ten In the third   round   of their
WOMEN AND CARD GAMES.
In Chile Such a Combination Would
Create a Sensation.
A woman wbo ls a native of Chile
Was talking recently about the difficulty she had In accustoming herself
to card playing among women wben
sbe came to this country.   Sbe ssld:
"In Chile card playing among women ls undreamed ot Perhaps It ls not
too much to say that a Chilean woman
would no more play cards than a New
York woman would enter a Broadway
saloon. It Isn't tbat it Is exactly or
wholly a mntter of morals with us.
It Jiwt Isn't tb* thins to Oo. lt la not
conventional.
"When 1 came to New York 1
brought my daughter-in-law with-me.
a Chilean girl Sbe and 1 were both
horribly shocked to receive an invitation to a bridge party In tbe daytime,
lt was too much for ns. and we declined. Otber similar Invitations came
and kept coming. Finally our curiosity got the best of us. aod we went to
one of these affairs. Even after we
got over oar sens* of outraged convention tbs whole thing seemed curious ta us.
-Ths fnnnlest sight of all was tbs
women with llttl* tags on them, aa If
marked 'by fast express.' or running'
np to another woman with a little
card to bs -poached/ Finally ws cot
sufficiently sccustomed to ,1aks s
hand.' bnt even yet 1 never do ft without a covert feeling that I an putting
myself beyond th* psls."-New York
Post	
Handloappsd.
"Ah tell yo'," ssld th* negro wbo was
working on tb* man's shoes, "woman
Is s pecnllab thing. Yo' gotta know
jest bow to handle bob or yow-wola' to
git ths wont af It Lots of times she'll
git msd st yo' sn' tben yo' gotta talk
to huh. Tslk to bub-tbat's tbe way to
musts b bub. Sh* won't stand fo' no
bealln' or notbln' lak that Talk to
buh. That's tb* wsy Ah hsudle ms
wife."
Another negro working next to him
looked up    "Wbub did yo' git that
black ey* yo' got Itufef' he asked.
"Well, ms wlf* don* It. but"-
-Why.dldn't yo* talk to bubV"
"Bow  could  AhT came  from th*
DrsL   "8b* bad m* by tb* throat wlf
ma wind sbet off."-N*w York Tel*
8r*ph.  .- - ���    ,
Craeks In th* Floor.
Ther* are several ways of stopping
ths cracks lo a floor between boards
tbst hav* shrunken apart On* Is to
tear newspapers Into small bits snd
soak them In flour paste, ha ring tbs
paste warm. 8tlr tbla until thick and
OH th* crack with |L using a broad
knife to smooth th* pasts down Into
ths cracks. Or sawdust and gin* may
be need with tb* sam* result. To a
pound of glue allow s gallon of water,
sud when melted stir Into It Iln* sawdust until It h stiff past* Fill th*
ctocks with this, packing It as solidly
as possible, smoothing eveu wltb a
broad kalfm
WAS GREAT FOOTBALLER.
W. D. Staple., M.P., Used to Play ths
Gsms In Lindsay.
Win if you can, lose if yon must;
but learn to take your whipings without a whimper."   The above toast on
good coaching, which comes from the
lips   of   none   other  than   the   well-
known Walter Camp, apply accurately to yclept W. D. Staples, M.P., of
McDonald, Sask., and a member of
the  Government  Grain   Commission,
who is at present at Ottawa submitting to Hon. J. D. Reid, acting Minister of Trade and Commerce, plans
and  specifications  for the  new  Government elevators to be built on the
head of the Great Lakes. Mr. Staples,
who comes of the very best of stock,
his predecessors and kinsmen having
lived in the glorious days of the Cavan
Blazers, of Cavan Township, Durham
County,  when  quite  young  was  imbued  with  the  Horace  Greely spirit
and hankered for a trip to the western provinces.   He made the trip and
has been a resident of the great and
glorious west ever since, and being a
good winner and an equally good loser he  soon  began to win his spurs.
Farming was his calling for a while,
and afterwards he took to threshing,
touring    the   section   with   a   large
thresher.   In this way he became popularly  known throughout the riding,
and in time took to politics as a duck
takes  to the  water,  his  "stumping"
being one of the joys of his sojourn
in   the   wheat   regions.     In   time   a
vacancy occurred and he was induced
to bear the burdens of the electorate,
which   opportunity  he grasped,  with
the result that he was returned at the
head  of  the  polls the first election,
and has remained so in his own riding
ever since.   In his younger days when
he attended school in Lindsay, Ont.,
"Billy,"   as  he  was   called,  was   no
mean football player, although he did,
and does yet, possess a fiery temper,
which, however, very seldom got beyond   his  control.    "W.   D."   was   a
sprinter of renown, and his short legs
often carried him to a place of safety
and won many a close football contest.
But   in   one  game   in   particular  lm
brilliant  playing  waa almost marred
by his quick temper.   He was following  the   pigskin   closely   and  fiercely
down the campus, when an opponent,
seeing   no   other   way   of   preventing
what looked like a sure .goal,' tripped
the frisky M.P. from McDonald.   Mr.
Staples jumped to his feet again like
a cat and made a dive for the perpetrator   of  the   mean    trick,   a   iarge.
hulking fellow, and it looked as if the
little fellow would down the Goliath,
but as  suddenly  as his fiery  temper
arose it faded again, and "Billy" resumed   his   game.       They   lost,   but
"\V. D." took the defeat like a man
Mr.   Staples  has   been   "through   the
mill"   out  west,   and   has  taken   liis
"bumps"   and  experienced   the  "up-
an^l downs" of life, but with bul'.dg
determination he pressed on toward-'
the mark ai:d succeeded.   As a member  of  the  Grain   Commission  lie   i*
doing   excellent   work,   and   soon   thc
farmers ol the west will have a Government-owned and operated elevator
whicii   will  house 3.250.000  bushels  ol
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Moose In Moncton.
The citizens f Moncton, N.B., were |
treated to a rather unusual experience
the other day when a big moose ran
amuck on Main street, and walk in-
quisitivel;' into several shops. The
interesting t-lrj sbout the moose i<
that it was not an escaped pet from
some traveling circus, but a live, wild
animal, whose habitat is the neighboring woods of Moncton. A moose in
the environs of Toronto or Montreal
would be a decided novelty. Bul
Moncton people are quite used to venison wandering round. Golfers, in th<
New Brunswick city report thst they
quits frequently come on moos* between holes.
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FOR VANCOUVER.
<Vta Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 9 p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., laet car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at 6. 1, 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45, 6:45 and 8
a.m., with bourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fiist car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are offered
over tbe Fraaer Valley line
for week end trips covering
ail points on   tlte   division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Suaday, Rood to return oa Monday.
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Cleveland ��������� imid* a loke. As
vfftoHlve iH.iiiirUiti iiiirnt lit upon him
snd esrtaHiwri w.ti.ll.v, "Mr. President
I o**v yon sn aimiugy "
"What forr  mud iWHund.
"For not haying n.ik��d u|M>u foo
varilvr. sir"
"WeH." ssld Ofvsisnd, MlltlJ, "1
haven't l*,,,*�� taut-MMue."
AL. W. GILLIS manager.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1312.
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Milady's
JVIirror
Menaces to Beauty,
First among the meuaees to beauty
stands tbe tight clothes habit Health,
too, is sacrificed to this false notion
of form that seems to obsess so uiauy
young girls ss vtell as women.
Tbe principle of tight lacing ns s
health and eventually a beauty enemy
is so simple tbe wonder is It bus not
presented Itself to Its followers long
before; "Pulled In" clothes crowd the
flesh, press upon tbe arteries until
tbey sre half closed and thus retard
circulation. Poor circulation means a
blotched skin, a pasty complexion and
serious nffectioo of Individual putts of
the body.
You hare heard the girl of wasp
waist and narrowed hips complain or
racking hendsches. Perhaps you
know a girl whose hands an* always
cold and red nnd who isn't tnke off
her shoes for fenr her feet trill swell
so she can't put thein on hEft In If her
waist Is out of proportion to the rest
of her figure you may lie sure the
trouble is tight stars
Another and more evident evil Is
the red nose, which mars the most
perfect fnce. This Is nn Invnrliihlp
cause nnd effect���the sipieem! In waist
and the red nose The girl who deliberately rhonse* clammy Iin nds, cold
feet ��nd a red nose nil her IIihii a
tintnriil wmM line ha* :i f"">r Iden of
the reipilremeiits .for s heiiuty en
semhle
Al|inn& the Inl'iries fn henlih rsused
by InciliB sre iMirliiirlie. weak spine
nud Itiilinestlon. Cniistiini pressure In
lhe hollow or stimll ol the flick Irr)
tiites the dellcute nerves centered In
lhe spliml column These nerve wires
Hre Impeded lu tra nsi erring messHces
to the brain, and the entire nervous
system Is thrown Into disorder. Depression, sick headaches nnd hvsterla
often originate In tbe tight wnlst
TRAVELING  SUITS.
1 Chinese  Shantung   ���   SaAi�� actcry  Material to Use.
It ts not as easy io cboose a costume
; for truiellug In summer as In winter.
Eveu with the freshest of linens at tbe
j start one is npt to look soiled and dusty
j In a short while, and serges are too
' warm unless oue is going Instantly to
1 a cool climate.   Taffetas are uot espe-
1 cially serviceable, and satin is bot, so
', one must choose with thought and after mucb looking around.
So far the genuine Chinese weave of
1 shnutung hus proved most satisfactory
j for traveling. Its indefinite tan tones
I do not show soil easily, and those wbo
have tried It out on trips of loug dura-
| tion bave found that lt was worth tbs
; money tbey put into It
A slim, short skirt of this, with one
1 of tbe new sack  coats that  have a
' slight fullness nt the back of tbe wuist
j line beld under a short belt, is a good
! model   to  select    Tbe  skirt  should
have a babit back or one side plait.
but lt should avoid tbe wide box plait
or tbe loose panel,    lt Is a good thing
to remember Just bere that these additions should uot be put on tbe back
of s skirt when It Is made of a fabric
that easily wriukles.
���    The skirt  which  buttons down tbs
front should be blgb walsted, and tbs
four Inch hem should be stitched wltb
one row of self colored silk at tbe top.
: The coat In addition to Its negliges
hack, should be open to the waist line,
buve wide revers and collar and long
sleeves that nre finished with two Inch
turnover cuffs held at tbe back with
link buttons.
Cookery
points
WHO FOLLOWS DUKE?
A JAPANESE ROOM.
Proper Ue* of Complexion Brush.
Purchase a complexion hrusii nt some
reliable druggist's. One costing less
than SO cents Is not to tie considered,
us It Is likely to be harsh nnd not well
mnde. Tbe bristles In these finishes
should be soft They nre generally "'*
eame as those used In the cnuslruction
of infants' bulrbrushes. If they nre
the leust bit harsh they trritnie the
skin and do more hiinn than good.
Always wet the brush nnd mso the
fnce before applying, soup,  which, by
the   way,   should   be   liquid,   because
there remains uo stickiness,  uiu)   tbe
rinsing   is   more   netirly   perfect   tliit'n
witb tuint soap.    Have il small summit
of tlie sonp Uuuld tn ii disli mid dip
the brush into it unit start to scruli the
luce.   Very warm water should nlwnys
be  used   for  demising.     \Vlieli   every
purt  of the fnce  has heen  thoroughly
scrubbed rinse it well with wnter sev
ernl times
When lnrge pores nre being treated iis little ns possible ot cold wnter
should lie used, ns cold wnter closes the
pores After Iieing sinililied thej must
remain warm In order to drink lu till
tbe tood thut can possibly he absorbed.
After tlie face bus heen scrubbed
and rinsed, put almost dry, und then
with tiesli food on llie tips ot the
Angers of both bunds woik Into the
skin nil It will absorb, Tins process
must be gone through Willi fiery
night, and once u week .hpiid green
soup should be used.
Charming   Ways   of   Using   Souvenirs
From Mikado's Land.
A  collector of .Inpiinese prints and
embroideries who found that she hnd
amussed several  very beuuflfnl spec!-
I mens of the mikado's land asked an
| expert how she should furnish a room
in which they were to play a prominent
pnrt
"The room Is practically furnished at
rendy." snld the authority Interrogated.
"In fact, the fewer pieces of furniture
you hnve In It the better you will he
pleased with the result.
"Hnve blnck walls. Whnt wonld he
more beautiful ns n background for tho
| glorious splashes of blue wuter. tlie radiant sunsets nnd the prints crowded
with figures In monotone which you
have here?
"Screens you must hnve In black
wed frames, for some of .vour embroideries will make exquisite panels,
and other pieces can be let Into tin?
wall, so that you may sit near then'
and admire the perfection of design
and coloring you have secured
"I would have a black carpet sn that
no alien color scheme may creep Into j
yonr room. and. besides thnt. you yonr- j
self Will viirtiiite colnr. for you wilt iuo�� I
some  of  tlie  silks   you   hn\e   brtmirhC
home made Into gowns nml wlll wear
them  always In  this particular apart*
ment    Any other type of toilet would
look ha nai In it.
"Let there be unobtrusive chairs,
divan, tallies, and when tea is served
use the Japanese china you buve ninoug
youi  treasures "
Combination  Marmalade.
Wash  tbe   rhubarb   without   peeling
It, cut it into inch lengths uud weigh
It   Then to every pound of rhubarb
| add tbe pulp nud juice of one orangs
j and for every three pounds add  the
: thin yellow |ieel of one orange.    Tut
! tbe rhubarb nud oranges Into s stone
i Jer or an agate kettle, add a  tnble-
i spoonful of water for every pound of
rhubarb, set It In the oven snd cover
tightly.    Hake until very tender, then
rub through a sieve and put the pulp
Into a preserviug kettle with u pound
of sugar for every pound of rhubarb
before It wns cooked.    Let Imll twenty
minutes, stirring It all the time with
a silver or wooden s|ioon     I'm It Into
small   pots  ur  glasses  and  cover  as
yoo do jelly
| Cocoanut and Raisin Cake.
I Tnke a scant cupful of butter, ons
and one half cupful* of sugar, three
eggs, n teaspoonful of vanilla, a salt-
spoonful of miK-e. half a cupful of
milk, three capful* of pustfy flour, one
teaspoonful of cream of tnrtnr and
half n tens|����onfiil nf soda Cream the
butter, add the sugar gradually. also
the yolk* of the three egg*, benten
separately, and  then  the  vnntlln  snd
! mace. Sift the flour nnd mix the soda
nnd cream of tartar with It Add the
uillk and flour alternately, ii little nt
a time, and lastly tbe whites of three
eggs. beaten np to a stiff dry white
foam. Hake In shallow round pnns
As soon ns baked split and spread
with a thin layer of currant jelly.
Toilet Hints.
Washing combs lu watersoon causes
tbem to warp and break A stiff, dry
nailbrush Is a good cleansing ngent.
While the effect of the constant use
of llipild powder ls often extremely
unpleasant, it mny he used at Intervals without fear of Injury to the skin.
One ot the best pearl white llcpiids is
made liy combining one and n half
ounces of bismuth snbcsrbonnie with
enough water to imike sl* ounces Id
all. Rainwater should be used If pos
slide. The bottle must always he shaken well Ixifora apply lug the powder.
He careful not to apply It too generously ut It will give the effect of facial
enamel.
Good Hair Tonic.
Conl oil is a splendid agent for pro
moling the general health ot the hair
Hub a few drops Into the scalp twice a
week. Keep the scalp loose by mns
(tiffing It deeply with the tips of tbe
fingers. I.lttle If any odor wlll result
provided tbe oil ls confined to the
scalp and Is not distributed through
tbe hair. He careful not to bold the
bead near a flame after using tbe uli.
Rolled Sandwiches.
For refreshments tliere ure no daintier,   prettier  sandwiches   than   these.
j the   making  of   whicii   is   very  easy.
. Take II ralber lurge loaf of bread, trim
I off the crusts and cut lengthwise Into
tbin slices.    Dip the slices In  water,
j Iny Ihem In a pan. cover very closely
und leave In a hot oven flfteen or twen-
, ty   minutes.     Hemove  from  the oven
��� nnd when partly cool spread with fresh
! sweel   butter  and   very   thin  slices  of
| cold boiled ham.   Then roll up like Jet-
| ly cake and place each sandwich so if
I will not come unrolled.   The steaming
j gliMs   ihem  a   fresh,  sweet   taste  and
I makes tbem pliant, so they may he eas
' lly rolled
Frozen Orange Cream.
'     This Is a delicious dessert.    Take Ule
Juice ot six large oranges and two lemons,  beat the yolks of  six  eggs thick,
add l wo cnpfuls of sugar, soak one half
package of gelatin lu a little cold  wn
ler to cover It. add n  lillie boiling w-.i
i ler   io   dissolve   tt.      Mix   nil" loueiber
| nnd strain.    Turn  Into the Ice cream
freezer and turn crank until tt begins
1 to set.    Have a pint ot cream whipped
j thick:   lake   out   dasher   and   heat   In
I cream with s|��>on until the mixture Is
smooth.    I'nek In be and salt the same
as   for   tee   (Team       l.ot   stand   three
hours to rl|ien. turn out on platter and
serve  witb sponge cake.
Cleaning Windows.
Kor cleaning windows use atnmnni.i
In the proportion of one tahlespoonrtil
to one gallon of water or whiting mixed villi cold water to a paste about as
thick as cream. Hut the work can be
performed by using clean water anil
two chamois leathers, oue for washing
the glass mid the other for polishing.
The latter should be kept dry and soft
See that tlie wash leathers are (pills
clean and do not make the glass ���o
wet that the water drips from It. lime
plenty of cleun wnter nnd Chungr it
frequently. Dip tbe ehuinols In this
and rub the panes, taking care that
the corners nre not forgotten Wrimj
the cloih tightly and go over the sup.
fnce of the glass a second time. Then
polish with the other wash leather.
Summer Belongings of Cretonne.
A   colldpslbie scrap  basket, n   tiling
basket  uud   a   writing  paper  box.  all
mude of pasteboard, covered with cool
A Good Astringent.
For oily skin no astringent bring*
about more satisfactory result* than
camphor water. It has n delightful
healing effect bnt should not be applied too oftpn. ss It has drying properties llkply to prove disastrous to an
extremely delicate skin. Apply the
camphor water with a piece of absorbent cotton and Just before It dries
wipe It sway gently with a soft cloth.
To Brighten Tortoise Shell.
Tortoise shell combs, pins and bnr-
rettes csn be brightened by rubbing
thein with sweet oil, wiping thera dry
and covering tbem wltb whiting or a
reliable silver powder. After the powder Is applied the, shell should be pol-
Ished witli a chamois. To keep the
shell bright bnthe It frpqnently In tepid
water and rub It wttb olive oil on s
jiiece ot Manuel or a chamois.'
LIBRA RT FITTINOS Or CHBTONNB.
green and white cretonne, are pictured
bere.
They offer an agreeable change from
heavier brass and wood articles used
during tbe winter season.
A Dainty Collar.
To wear with colored linen dresses
a sailor collar of sheerest mull Is most
effective.
It requires a hnlf yard of material.
After cutting the collar out finish the
edge with an Inch wide frill of finely
plaited net
Cuffs to match may be made wltb
rounded or square corners and edged
with the plaited net
If n touch of eolor ls desired a row
of featherstitching where ths Mt Uf
Joined to tho collar supplies it <   ,
Chocolate toaf Cake.
Chis-olale loaf cake wltb walnuts
sprinkled through file dough Is often
serve��| under the name of "fudge cake"
This name, however. Is more upproprl
atel.v given to a layer cake spread wllti
a thin layer of chocolate fudge, IVcans
or hickory nuts mav lake die place or
the walnuts, and they may be sprlu
kled through either lhe dough or the
tilling or through both. I wo liners ut
white or yellow cake mav be spread
between and over llie lop with cbort>
lale fudge containing nut meats
"���  ~ i
Trick ot the Oven.
If yon wish to bake something quick
ly In the range with no hre started
get together n collection of tine wood
or chips, start your hre and let the top
lids of the stove get very (lot, Put
these In the oven on top ot the crate
pill the article lo tie baked ou these
hot lids, and these wlll furnish bottom
heal, while Ihe quick tire will almost
at once furnish top heat, lhe hakim:
is very rapidly d.uie wilh little Heal
III the house.
Come of the  Princes Eligible Ft thi
Pos. at Rideau Hall.
Long before he was appointed Governor General of Canada, the Duko
of Connaught. in a public speech, expressed the hope that he might live
lo see te day when a son of King
George should represent lis Majesty
in each of the British overseas dominions. It is most unlikely tliat that
remark would have been made in
public unless it wero known that it
expressed his Majesty's own wishes.
And as tlie King has plenty of sons
for the purpose, it is probable that
those of us who live long enough will
one day sec ths duke's wish fulfilled,
and a s< n of the sovereign acting as
hu gracious father's substitute in
each of the gr:at self-governing lands
wllich owe allegiance to the British
crown. However, thnt is a matter of
the more or less remote future. The
Prince of Wales is yet but a lad, and,
even when he arrives at man's estate,
it is unlikely that he could be spared
from the United Kingdom for so long
an absence as a Governor-Generalship
would necessitate, while more than
one of his brothers is at present of
an ape so tender as to require the
care of a governors rather than to bs
fitted for the cares of a Governor-
General. Mill, it is quite commonly
said in England, so far as Canada, at
'.east, is concerned, that this country,
having onoe basked in the sunshine
of royalty's presence, must not be allowed to fail from her high estate. In
other words, Amurath must suecee 1
to Amurath���royalty to royalty.
And it is quite surprising t'i note
how many royalties there are immediately or potentially eligible to repre-
ser.t the august head of their family
in the capacity named. Certainly,
we none of us grow younger with each
day we live, but royalties seem to
have a habit of growing up unawares
a'rn .st like mushrooms. Take the
case of Prince Arthur of Connaurht.
His is one of the t-.vo names most frequently mentioned in the Old Country as that of the probable successor
of the urbane prince so lately a wel-
eom? visitor to Canada, lt seems
only the other dey that Prin e Arthur was a schools y, and it is hard
to rea'i7.e that in a few moi.ths he
will  be thirty  years  old.
He has been often termed the
"handy man" of the royal family,
and, of late yvars, much of the "spade
work" of royalty has devolved on
him, and, by common consent, he
has discharged all the duties, agreeable and disagreeable, with wliich he
has heen entrusted, with a tact and
assiduity which s*em to have conic
to him by inheritance.
For another r.ame is pretty often
mentioned i'i the Old Country as that
i f a probable immediate successor to
the duke���and that is thc name of
Qu��en Mary's o.ilest brother, the
Duke of Teck, last year ere.tei a
"Hi:hness," instead of. ss formerly,
a "ceteile Highness." The Duke W
Te!; is of a more mature aie t ian
Prir.ee Arthur of Connaught, bs nx
f rty-fottr years oid���six years oidei
than his hrOther, Prince Alexander ol
| Teck, wh i may alao bn looked un as
a txisnibility in the wuy of a roynl
Gwernor-Generaf. These two brothers ars very much alike In a; pear-
ance. and they liave both a large
shara of the g tod heaitedtie s for
which Queen  Mary  is  noted.
There are three other cousins of
th 3 King who will shortly be of an
a'.'s to (. icmpy a position so responsible as that of his Majesty's representative. And they are tne three Princes
of Battenb -r; ��� Alexander, Leopold.
and Maurice���sons of Princess Henry
of Battenberg, tiie youngest daughtet
of Queen Victoria, and brothers of
the Queen of Spain. Their ages are
respectively twenty-six, twenty-three,
and twenty-one,���'loronto star Weekly,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBtIC STENOGRAPHER.
I    Specifications,   agreements  of  sale,
(deeds,  business  letters, etc;   circular
work specialist.   All work strijtly confidential.      M.  Broten, Koom 6, Her
chant Bank Bldg.   Phone "15.
Frozen Custard,
Mnke a hulled distant with a ipiart
of rich milk, the beaten voiks of three
eggs and i hree foun hs uf a cupful of
sugar. Cook nnd stir untll It begins
to thicken. Itemove at once from the
(Ire. conl nnd flavor with a tablespoon
fill uf vanilla Add a cupful of cream
and tbe whites ot the eggs beaten stilt.
Mis and freeze.
Green Pea Cakes.
Meat end mush two cnpfuls of pen*
that have been cooked tender. Season
with butter, salt nnd pepper. Let the
liens cool, tben ndd two egg* well
ben ten, a small cupful of sweet milk
snd half a cupful of sifted flour well
mixed with ons teaspoonful of baking
powder. Fry on a bot griddle well
greased.
Cocoanut and Raisin Pilling.
Tnke one cupful uf stoned raisin*
chopped flne. half a cupful uf chopped
almonds, half a cupful uf freshly grated cocoanut snd the wblte or nn egg
benten stiff. Beat all together thoroughly. 	
Sour Cream Cakes.
Tnke one and two thirds cupful* uf
sngar, hnlf a cupful or butter, one cupfnl of crenm. Ihree egg*, half a ten-
spoonful uf soda and three cupfuls of
Hout.   Oo not roll too thin.
A Man In a Bock.
Dr. Arthur of V4f textile, Alta., is
said to 'be the man whom ma; y | er
soi.s know as .Mr. Brown iu Hai.ih
Corner's book, "'I ha Foreigner."
When Or. Arthur hejan his work
in .the West, he was merely a missionary wit i but little knowledge of
medicine, but as there were no doc-
i rs in the district, he hai to look
.nt. r the bodies as well as ths souis
���t men and w< nun ior ini.es around.
Ho took his medical course later on
out ox eiienc. had a.ready ta.gii'.
.uui a great deal about attending Lit
s.ek.    Kariy  in  his career,  he tried  t>.
tart a Bchool and got a Lumber o
.'���,iei .nei-s to carry logs for tuat |.ur
;.'osfc.    'ihey were v. ii.i.g lo w. rk un-
il some p rson hn. pened to te'.l th?se
men tint when they had finished t:it-
-ehooi tliey would have t-> nay lor a
leacher. 'ihey did not like in<.. out-
look and building operations st-ipped
uiraedn.tely. It may i��; mentioned
that   ur.   Arthur   n.ii   bis   wiie  were
tot dnutl'.'C.l, 'Ihey staited classes u
t. eir bums, which continued until
school aceoinmudation was finally
provide J.
Found   Little   Gold.
ChM there are no well defined VsLna
oi fold at Whiskey Lake on the north
shore n| Lake Huron, is the report, oi
i'rof. A. P. Coh man to the Bureau ol
Mines. Prof. Col man of tlu univer-
ty, nas made a geological survey of
Whiskey Lake district, most of which
lias been staked, with tlie expectation
that there are gold deposits. He
found that there was only one claim
Ixdng worked at the present time.
This is the Payton property, where
good looking quartz has been striped for some hundreds of feet. Kree
gold can be seen at several places in
the district. At many places the
quartz appears barren and white.
Copper deposits are of low grade and
are small in amount.
Ottawa's  Goal.
Ottawa is striving to have itself
created a federal district. The $15,-
000,000 of Government property pays
no taxes, hut contributes $15,000 a
year for fire protection and pays for
extending the park system moderately. It will soon wipe out a lot more
taxable property. The puzzle is to do
it and preserve the franchise of the
inhabitants.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eightb
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street.. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dlctar
tor; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Cspital   psld   up $6,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacluc.
ln Cuba throughout the island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on ail the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Wsstmlnstsr Branch,
Lswford  Richardson, Mgr.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
Th�� regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., Is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street Visiting bretherr
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
0.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial aecretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrlster-
at-l.aw, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
street, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, ste; corner Columbl:
and McKenzie streets, Nsw Wsst
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tsle
phons 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BAHRISTKR
solicitor aud notary, 610 Columbia
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���Barris
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. II. L. Kdmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND Accountant. P. O. Box 781. Phone 1086,
11 J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR ANL
Accountant. Teh II 128. Koom
trapp block.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Peld-Up)   ...115,413,000.00-
RE8ERVE   $15,000,000.00
Branchss throughout Csnada sno
Newfoundland, anc to London, England, liea York, Chlcsgs and Spokane,
U.S.A., snd Mexico City. A general
banking bustnsss transacted. Lst-
ters of Credit Issusd, avallabls with
correspondents In all psrts of ths
world.
Savings Bask Dspartmest���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
���nd Interest allowsl at 8 psr cent, par
annum  (prsssat rats).
Total Assets over 1186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Msnagsr.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We hsve no bot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets in tht
board room, (.Ity Hall, as follows
Third Fiiday of ea<ii month; ijuar
terly meeting on the ildid Friday ol
February. May, August and November at 8 p.m.    Annua! meetings on
the tlitrd   1-iiduy  of  t-'ebiuaiy.    New
members    may    be    proposed    and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   S. H. Stuart Wade, sccro I
tary.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorator*
Estimates Given.
2tl   Sixth Avsnus. Phons 567
NcW WESTMINSTER B.C.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work  guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished iree.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 7fil. Cor. fith and Columbia.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITfCTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone  651. Box 772.
Subscribers
ACANADIAN PACIFIC
Wi
RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates in September to make your visit eaat at a reduced fare.
Three trains daily, Tourist, Dining
Cars.
Toronto Express
imperial Limited
Soo E. press ....
8J2 a.m.
8.10 p.m.
2.45 p.m.
�� ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H.  W.  Brodie, Q.P.A., Vancouver
tf
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
who do not receive The Nsws before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In this way
may an efficient delivery be main
tained.
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
W Mclnnes Street. Phone 1009
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLI8H WOR8TED, 8COTCH
TWEED, IRISH SERGE, etc., Just
Arrived. Perfect Fit and Workman-
shiip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10>
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10-
a. m. ana 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo IO1
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Pulnts la p, ni.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leavea   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
* ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Wsstmlnstsr.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vsncouvsr
Phons R672.
619 Hamilton 8t
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Esvstrough Cleaning,
8eiW Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
!5?dw8 *��* Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN        L Trapp Block iy j^i^wi
Mf�� nmMit.twtms^ttt'i'f'*^^*! t'1"1"'*'
spaarn
, m-KH**saas*a**a*m.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVBlt.    ���
UP TOJOWSER.
He Tackles the High Cost of
Living.
MRS. BOWSER CO-OPERATES.
Qhe Cut* Out Superfluities of Furniture and Reduces the Menu to ���
Standard of Primitive Simplicity.
And Bowser Isn't Pleased.
By M. QUAD.
(Copyright.  1912,   by   Associated  Literary
Press. J
JS.S a rule, Mr. Bowser rushes for
/jfii    bis list and oot of tbe house
^TT,  fnr tbe car as rood aa he bas
Rwallowed   the   last   bite   of
breiikfhitt, but on this particular morn-
big Ue kept bis cbulr and ijuletly said:
���\\lrn. Kowtter, you must be aware of
the fnct tbnt for Ihe lust two years
tbe cost of living hus advanced by
ninny per cent."
"I should suy It hus." wns tbe reply.
"Everybody feels It. rich and poor
alike, and tliere is a general move to
economize. Heretofore I have let
things go on without saying a word,
but Ibe time bus come when 1 must
speak "
"Yon think we ougbt to economize,
flo your
"I do. More than thnt. I think we
���ehould   return  to  tbe primitive.    Our
���CCU     IS     KATHKR     HKAI)    AMD     MOTIIKB
HRWKU UV
fnihcrs anil mot hers didn't n;>en<l a
smiling where we do dolliin*. and Ihey
fiere Jiint um healthy und tm|i|iy us we
��� re."
"I lint's true," ugreed Mrs   Hnwser.
������Theodore Itoosevelt wiih right when
be   lillhr,!   of   lh��   nlmrlf   llf��*       ttV  cHIl
'eui out n wore ul extrMvannnivH auu
tor nil lbe better for IU"
I know It"
And I wiini yon to heirln thlx **r*
Any The moi mer we all drop exmiva
fiiii'-e* the Mi��mer thin howl hImiIU the
bn-'ii cost or living wiii die away."
I "I'd buve Hpoken llHIUt It niyxelt
lorn; a llu. Mr. Ilowscr, Mlt I tbollitlll
full wouldn't henr lo It."
| ���Well, you ***** I will. We'll imike
the iiiitibei and irrocer h��ok Mirk l>efore
��e ure lliroimh with It.    You go rt||W
��� head, nnd you'll (Ind me eiicoiirugiug
foo all I know bow."
A Disquieting Thought.
Before Mr   BowKer renched the office
��� Miiilden thought came to blm that
made bim alart lie hud nulrt they
should economise, and Mr*. Rowaw
bnd inlsMed a golden op|H��rlnniiy by
om asking hlm If be wsm willing to
Imp Home of bis cIiiIms and ���Iho buy ���
rheiinei brulid of clgsrs. Khe iniiMt
bare bud ll In mind, but ��bv didnt
���be speiik up) Was there ��� trap hid
den there) lle couldn't deride, aud all
day long, whenever the thought rt
turned, he wns made uneasy.
Yes, tbey must return to the almpla
life, but he paid IS cents more than
tisnnl for his lunch, and be iMiimht t
fresh Inn of cigars, Ihe price of wbicb
bnd Just gone np a ipiarter. Mra How
eei must save tbe difference on clothespins. He was a bit shaky, however. as
be opened Ills front door. Mrs Bowser
was In the hall tn greet hlm. Imt He
bardlr snw ber. After one look around
be demanded:
"Whnt In the devil hns happened
bereV
"Oh. not much." she replied. "��Mn
fntbers sud mothers had no nigs ou
(be ttiMirs. and we are no better than
thev were. I have had tliem rolled up
���nd carried np to Ihe gnrret. Ybii wlll
get used to the bure lloora tn a lew
dnys"
"Hilt the pictures!"
"Tliey nre upstairs too. Cseless ei
travnunnee Investing In picture*"
������Bui. woman, the chairs-lbe sofa-
the brlc-a briifl" he shouted.
(the pointed upward and snld:
"Pinked up and ready lo he soldi
Here nre *l�� secondhand mne seat
fbnlrs thai nre very comfortable. Opt
fathers mid mothers gut along wltb
biii'I seats.������
"Hut ���l��tlt**���
"Dinner Is ready."
Simple. Old Fashioned Mush.
lie followed her dowu tu the dining
room Two yellow liowla containing
milk were on the labia, and sh# brought
��� dl-h of old fashioned Indian meal
(tuddlng from the kitchen.
"Are you crnr.j-V be asked
"Not nt all, Mr. Bowser. The way to
teal the blub costol living le to return
I to tbe primitive. The way to reluru to
the primitive Is to return."
"Wiiele   where Is the cook!*"
"���ui. I paid her oO as soon aa yoa
ten the bullae tbls morning.   I can du
all the simple life cooking there Is t��
be done."
"By thunder!"
"Tbls pudding and milk will remind
you of tbe days gone by."
"Pudding and milk be hanged! Mra
Bowser, I told you"���
"You did, Mr. Bowser. I had my or
ders to begin to save, and It was to h��
the simple life for us. (live me a duj
or two more and I can bring It about."
Mr. BowHier mounted the stairs ta
tbe Bitting room. Tbe piano wat
closed and covered up. aud It bore s
card of "For Sale Cheap."
"What In iihiz-.-s does tbls mean?" b��
shouted at Mrs. Bowser, who bnd fol
lowed hlm up.
"Neither of our families bad pianos,"
she replied. "Wbeu they wanted musli
tbey got It from n Jewsharp. Try tt
remember to bring bome a* couple to
morrow."
���'1-1"-
He couldn't get It out. and he wnlkef
down tbe ball am) up the front stairs
The family bedroom bad undergone ��
cbunge for the primitive. The brant
bedstead had beeu replaced by su old
wooden one, dug up from the base
ment. nud tliere were no springs on ll
"Tomorrow I wlll get un uld tashlon
ed straw tick and a feather bill." es
plained Mrs Bowser, "^ou kuow It's
hard to rei urn lo the primitive at a
day's notice."
Mr. Bowser headed the way down
-lairs and look n seat un one of thf
cane chairs. It wnlililed nun groaned
mid Mighcd under ins weight.
The LigHt of Long Ago.
Inisk bad come, mid Mrs Itowset
excused herself lor n moment and
brought a lighted candle. II was an
old fashioned simple life candle, sucb
us father read Mild mother sewed by
and skilled then eyes.
Mr. Bowsei stood up aud tried to
Igh) the gas.
Np irns there.
"I bad It stmt off at the meter." explained Mrs. Houser. "Our families
>��'\Hi even heard of gas, and what
was good enough for tbem Is good
puotiub for us."
I here was silence for two long mln
utes I'lieii Mrs How ser lirought out
trom a closet some cuiy pipes uud a
bag ot tobacco and said: '
"Kor you. deal, to begin the simple
life on I shall turn to snuff tomorrow
It used to soiiHc our mothers, you
know "
Mi.  Bowser f-.tt Hiiinb as stone.
"Sun want lo llel yon some overalls
tomorrow, and I II duy calico lor a
dre��s "
���Nothing from the man on tlie cane
sent
"I shall uoi uow oppose your buying
a pig "
siiii nothing.
"Wo shall have JnhnnvHke, fried
salt   |sirk   Hiid  corn  mile*-  tor   Ureuk
tHMt."
The Last Straw.
Then Mt Hnw.fi lumped to hts feet
lie Jumped up ned down He gnspi-d
lle gurglMl. lie threw Ills anus hIkioi.
Hud he lbe |H,wei ot turty im-omotivw.
tie could not have done Justice tu lira
occasion. All of h sudden lie clHtlrred
down Hie hall and opened Hie door nnd
was gone. Mrs Bowser sui In the
dim light of the solitary candle when
there was a clatter of many feet, and
sit men and four women arrived Tlie
gas was turned on In three minutes.
and then, dlrecteu by Mr. Bowsei. tbe
simple life wns thrown oul ot lbe win
dows. Id Just one hour all the rugs
and pictures were In their ok! places.
Then the Rung wns paid off. and Mr
Bowser sat down to wop his perspir
Ing brow.
"la ihe high cost of living to go right
on?" asked Mrs. Bowser.
No answer.
"Aren't we going tu live tbe simple
lifer
"Wo wo"-
tto. liu couldn't say tt. lle (nsi glared
at her and went off to lied domestic
economy had hit hlm s sola) plexus
blow, aud he wanted at leusi Hire*
day* to get his breath back
THE NEW YORK WAITER.
A* He Appears to an Observer From
Chicago.
For some daya we bave perused no
bellevtngly the reports that tbere Is a
waiters' strike in New York,
It seems, however, tbat It la true
Tbey really are striking. We cannot
Imagine wbat tbey are striking for.
Our experience wltb New York wnlt
era bus always convinced us tbat It
tbey wanted anything tbey got It with
out asking for it Tbe New York
waiter la a calm, oppressive sort ot
person. He can always make at
change our mind and. instead ot order
lng a sixty cent breakfast composed
of eggs, tea and toast, select guinea
fowl en casserole, out of season fruits,
an entree and a salad. We often won
der wbat a stranger In New Vork
would do It ne wanted to get some
bread and milk. No doubt tbe waiter
would call an oflicer aod nave blm de
ported. ���
We once knew a man wbo did not
tip a New York waiter. He told ue
afterward that not for worlds would
be go through sucb n silent moment ot
horrifying scorn and contumelious ob
serration. Not a word was spoken,
but be was made to feel deep tn bis
heart tbat be was utterly and forever
without tbe pine ot that waiter's re
card. He said'Hint be realized that
even If be returned and cast hts pock
etlmofc st the teet of tbe waiter the
latter mlirbt take It, but at tbe same
time would coldly refuse to mingle so
flails with him
Possibly the New York waiters are
striking because Hie landlords craftily
got some ot tbe money from tbe
guests themselves.-Chicago Post
NEW     WE8TMIN8TEP.    MAIL
Showing How Times Have Changed.
At a recent dinner of Kansas club-
women Mrs. Oertrude Bulllu Hollister.
a former Kansas woman and once
president of the Colorado Federation
of Women's Clubs, was present and re
���ponded to a toast. "Home Folks." To
Illustrate the impression she received
by ner visit to her native state she
told the following story:
"'I did not have a very nice time
when I flrst went to Annabel's.' little
Marine announced on her return home
'Annabel waa cross as could be. Sbe
would not let me play with ner dol!
ii touch one ot bet playthings.
" "Well,' replied the mother, 'when  I
wns your age had I eone to see a little
I friend and sbe would not let me touch
bet   playthings   I   should   have   gone
ttrHlj:lit home.'
'��� 'But times hare changed since you
were a little girl, mother. Madge re
piled after due reflection. I slapped
tier face and stayed. "��� Kansas City
*tut.
arrival: Closing
10:50��� Vancouver vU G. N. R.
 2J:00
1.1:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
16:45���Vancouver   via   O. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) .14:20
:40���Vancouver via B. C. B. ft.
(dally except Sunday(.11:16
.2:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. ft.
(dally except Sunday).14:00
18:00��� Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .2*r.SO
10:00���Port Mann  (dally except
Sunday) 9:45 '
0:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
��� Saturday,   and   leavea
Monday,      Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
\: 40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Snnday).11.16
10:50���Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) .20:30
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)          14:00
18:00���Edmonds and Central
Park (daily except Sunday)    16:00
5:15���Crescent, White Roi-k and
P'alne idaily except
Sunday)  9:4r
18:10���Abbotsford. Unrer Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Son-
day)  23:00
���B:16���Hall's Prairie. *>m tMdi*a
and   Hazlemere   (daily
except Sunday) S:45
5:15���United states via Q. N. R.
idndv   e*re*.n\  8un4nv)  1��:0'
9:26���All   points east and   Europe  (dally)    7:45
32:10���Al] points east and Europe (dally)   14:15
9:26���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills daily exoept
Sunday)    7:45
Hsdnt Taken the House.
Ohusts  and  weird apparitions  which
were said to ap|ieui In an empty house
were   not   an   inducement   lo   possible
tenants, so the aaelil had ll elaborate-
1} dnuv up aud <a<*>-��riite<l aud. n> way
ol ivmpttna ouit, nad soiuu vt|<wusi*��
gas   nn lug*   inrouah  the   house      The
neit   week   bo  beard .that  some  hold
I man  had   been after tbe bouse,     llis
! heart   ie��i��-d  wtth  none and expects
| tion. and  Ue rustled off lu frantic ex
rt'ement   te   the   Housekeeper   of   the
I nan ii ted grange.
|     ���This Is ���plendld"' be gasped   "Some
one lias taken the house, hasn't be?"
"I don't know, air. I'm sure).  PerDape
he'll route buck fnr the house, but he's
taken all the gas tarings   ��� han Kran
slwo Htar.
Sister to the Rescue.
Walter was eigbl years old He had
been very naughty. In point of fuel,
he had emptied a bottle of red Ink
over bis mother's white I'oiiierMiilau-
Just for fun. of course:
Now tbe price had in he paid ror
the i*n|oyincut, and father was inking
a hand In the game.
Llttlt I-ncy. Wallers sister," wss In
the mom at Ihe time of Ihe cnulilct.
Thud, thud. thud, fell'father's hand
punctuated by Walter's waitings.
At last l.noy could stand It no longer
Bursting with Indignation, sbe stamp
ed her tluv fool on tbe floor
"Trend on his corn. Wai!" sbe cried
"Tbnt'll stop hlm"���llndon Answers
���ll-M 1 I I Ml 111 1 I 1 I I l-1-l-l-l I ���
He Cant See It
J     The average man Is unable to \\
. *  recognise a  golden  opportunity ��� >
\ \ unless It Is accompanied by bard \ \
cash -Chicago itecord Herald. ��� >
I I-l-l 1111 I H-H I H-HH I HI 11
A   Quieh  Witted "tesslo"
A Salvation Army offlcer wss raking
op a collection en tbe street one man
was heurd r�� say ss be dmpi>*d in s
dime. "Here* IU cent* toi Uie gran
era."
���Moo don't believe there's auy gran
in lne Saivatlou Army," qui. kljr rv
Joined the woman
"How do yuu ktiowT" the man askeo
ner
"Because yoo would ne in tbe emu
yourself If you did. was the sharp tv
ply And the man Aad tbe grace and
the nuinur-te taagu-loutus Com
pa men
r
Tb. Indignity ot Leber
Good Work.
Riiniin-Whut Die dickens does congress mean by authorising Ibv coining
of a balf cent piece?
liiiiuai-Why. It will enable married
women to bave a little change uow
���ud tbeii.-ClnclnnaU Enquirer.
The Alternative.
rie (tired or dodging!-Would yon
marry a one eyed man?
Sbe-<iood gracious, tint
He���Then let nie carry your umbrel
ia.-Illustrated Bits.
Young Hopeful iwbo baa lately started to study mechanicsi��� Wby do you
always pull your barrow, (Jrubbles?
Urubblee (a pnudmleti-Cos * atee
tbs very sight at 'uu���Punch.
Her Penalty.
.le-Poes your lather object to my
staving so lale?
She Not he sny�� It serves me right
for being lu when you calL-Boatou
transcript       i
Like Polities.
Ara. wiiiis-l would like to matt a
���boil's or a new bat
lit. Willis-Well, wby dont yoal I
promised yon flfty tbls morning.
Mra. Wlllts-Yes; but ***, I oavs
inly nity pledged, ana USD lie neces
���ary tor ��� choice.-Puck.
Nothing Oelngl
Impecunious Lover���He mint, Amen-
la. sod yoo wtll m treated Ubo an an-
I el.
Wealthy Maiden-Yes. I suppose sa
Notblng to sat snd lees to wsar-o*
tbank yoo.-'llt-Bita.
19:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)    14:15
9:26���Co-juitlam  (dally    except
Sunday) 7:45
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       n.15
��:<IO���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham   Island,  Bun
Villa   14:3C
W 00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday)   13:00
t��:0O���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)   13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunuay) .14:30
W:*6���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
il:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O. N. R. (dally exoept  Sunday) 14:00
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally oxcept Sunday).. 9.46
U:20-Chllliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehaaa, Aldergrova, Otter, Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale,Langley Pralrle, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Bat-
day       14:01
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday)   17:30
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista and Oakalla ....23:00
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
B.   C.   E.   R.   (Monday a
Wednesday    and    Friday       157. 9:00
20:40--Chilliwack via B. C. E.'R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re a part (100 feet by 100 feet) of a
portion (six acres more or less) of the
fractional southwest quarter of Section 29, Township 20 in the district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 15442A, issued
in the name cf John Barker, has been
filed in this office.
Title Number 15442A, issued in the
name of John Barker, has been filed in
this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Aug. 15, 1912.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn Phone 137
Begbie 8treet.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1912,
E��Efc��BODY LIKES
THE PRINCESS
ELECTRIC IRON
It is Reliable, Superior
in Design, and Workmanship. :
Price $4.50
and is Guaranteed for 5
years.
.    SOLD ONLY BY
Anderson & Lusby
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New  Westminster.
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of tho Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office   999
The flrst annual social of the Royal
City chapter, No. 7, Order of Eastern
Star, \��I1I be held in the K. of P. hall
on Monday evening at S o'clock.
Au address cf welcome will bo
pre?ented by the city to the Duke ot
Connaught < when he visits here, and
City Engineer J. W. B. Dlacktnan ha.s
beeD entrusted with the designing and
eirrying cut of the work entailed.
The document vvill be prepared in tha
most artistic style.
NEW EQUIPMENT WILL
ARRIVE HERE SHORTLY
IF   YOU   ARE     LOOKING     FOR     A
MAN   WHO    KNOWS    INSURANCE
FROM A TO Z.    THAT'S MY BUSI
NESS.     THIS   IS   THE   ONLY   OFFICE   IN   TOWN   GIVEN     UP     EXCLUSIVELY   TO     THE     BUSINESS
OF   INSURANCE.     YOU   WILL     BE
MAKIN3   NO   MISTAKE   TO   COME
HERE.
Alfred W. McLeod
Mr. J. Stewart, of Surrey Centre,;
visited the city yesterday.
Councillor MacKenzie and  Rev. T.
Wright, of Cloverdale, were    In   the;
city yeslerday.
Hye bread���Uke your mother use'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. *"
Mr.  S.  Fader and  son  Harold left
yesterday for a few days duck shoot-,
ing at Yarrow, in   Matsqui    munici-1
pallty.
Mr. Sanford Griffith, of Geneva,
Washington, accompanied by his son,
is in the city on a business trip and
ls residing at the home of Mr. Fred
Calms.
The friends of Mrs. James Pummel!.
if Wise road, will be sorry to learn
that she is seriously 111 and has been
confined to her bed for the past fe*1
days.
The Columbia Plans and Music
House, 522 Columbia street, is headquarters lor Victor Gramaphones and
Hecords. **
A meeting of the executive and the
city directors of the R. A. & I. society
and the various exhibition committee ;
vvill be held on Tuesday next at 8
p.m., in the board of trade rooms at
the city hall.
The members of the local boy3'
brigade and boy scout corps were out
at the armories last night drilling in
preparation for the visit of the Ouki
of Connaught.
Captain Eltom, of number ono fire
hall, who has been seriously ill with
pleurisy for the last few days, has
been removed to the Royal Columbian
hospital for treatment.
His!: grade, medium price and all
grades of pianos and player pianos,
low prices, easy payments at the Columbia Piano and Music House, 522
Columbia street. **
Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P., Mrs. Taylor
and children expect to leave for the
Kittt within a few days. Mr. Taylor
will take up some business connected
with the government while, Mrs. Tay
lor and- children will visit their re
lative3 and friends in the East.
A   man   named   Malcolm   Matheso'
bad  his  ankle broken  in   the  British
[Canadian  Lumber company's mill or.
Lulu  island   yesterday.    The  part'e.
lars of tiie accident are not available
[ but Vt v.-iv* i\.-coB9flry to remove the
l Vniur*.d man to tUe ItoyaV 'CoVamV.an
\ .aoBpttat.
NO NEED FOR MEET1N3
Contractors Promise to Abide by the
Labor and Wage Clause.
Secretary E. S. Withers, of the
Royal Columbian hospital, has received a letter from Ad'cison & Dill,
contractors for thc new hospital and
High school buildings, signifying thei.-
intention of complying with the labor
and wage clause in their agreement
with the city.
A meeting of the building committee of the hospital boara was to have
been held yesterday to hear a report
from the contractors giving the reason why they were uot ab ding w'th
the provisions of their contracts,, but
the letter received from the flrm
promising adherence to agreement In
every de'ail In future made the meet
ing unnecessary.
The new combination motor police
patrol and ambulance a:id the new
aerial truck ordered by the city seme
time ago are expected to arrive djr->
Ing the month. The police patrol is
at present on its way and is scheduled
to reach here ou September 10, if all
goes well. '
The patrol Is a $4050 Glide car,
equipped with a forty horse power engine capable of driving up any hill
that Westminster possesses at a good
round speed. The auto will he pui
into commission as soon as it arrives
The new aerial truck which is being  manufactured   by   the   S<?ajrave31
company has not left the factory yet.
but will be completed and shipped bo j
a3 to arrive here before the present
month is over.    The apparatus ls be |
ing constructed on the roost modern
and latest approved lines and will be
equipped  with    a powerful   80 horse
power gasoline engine. |
HOTEL FRASER
FIFTY ROOMS
ALL   MODERN
Hot and Cold Water In Each Room.
The  most  comfortable  rooms  iu the
city.
Corner Front and Begbie Streots.
THOS. WITHYMAN,  Prop.
Phone   136.
MATURING   PREPARATIONS
FOR ROYAL   RECEPTION
The arrangements for the reception
of the Duke of Connaught are being
rounded Into more tang'ble form as
the day set aside for the visit draws
near. The program drawn up has
been submitted bv wire for the approval of His Royal Highness.
A contract has been closed with the
Star Scenic Studio for the decoration
of Columbia street from Fourth stree*
tn McNeely street, and the members
ef tbe Women's Council and other
ladies' societies have made a start on
the manufacture of flags and bunting
The decoration committee has sent
letters out to all the residents along
the route of the royal process'ou re
questing them to use their influenc
to have their premises decorated ir
honor of the visit of the king's repre
sentative.
To help out the general decoratior
or the c'fv for the royal visit the secretary of the reception committee is
endeavoring to arrange for the erection of a symbolic arch of Nev Westminster and surrounding districts to
be erected at the corner of Columbia
and Fourth streets ou the route of
the royal progress.
ENGINEER AND COUNCIL
CONFER CONCERNING GRADES
Mr. G. R. G. Conway, chief engineer
and assistant manager of the B. C.
E. It., was in the city yesterday and
met a committee of the c'ty council
with referet.ee to the track laying
wlvch will be necessary on the streets
that are being paved by the city this
year. According to the acting mayor,
the discussion was just a matter of
grades and everything was satisfactorily arranged with the company.
BIG INCREASE IN LAND
REGISTRY OFFICE RETURNS
The returns of tbe land registry
office for the month ot August show a
marked Improvement over those for
the corresponding period of last year.
The receipts were $12,400.95, as compared with $7,591.98 for the saint
period in 1911. Fees for applications
for registration totalled $1396 for ths
month just ended against $1080 for
the same mouth in 1911.
May Change Date.
Councillor Marmont, of Coquitlam,
secretary to the Fraser Valley Pub
Iicity association, was in the city yes
terday on association business, lt is
probable that an endeavor will be
made to change the date of next meet
ing which clashes with the Duke ol
Connaught's visit. The Coquitlam fair
is also fixed for the 21st inst.
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4%. ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
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DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Wesfm'nster, B.C.
TO   REMOVE. THAT
Holidiy Complexion
USE
Seely's Invisable
Peroxide Cream
IWS DRUG STORf
Four doors East of Bank of
Montreal.
New Westminster, B. C.
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor cf St
Andrew's Presbyterian church, will
leave for Toronto on Monday, wher?
he will attend a meeting of the home
vnissionarv board as representative of
the Presbytery of British Columbia.
Rev. Henderson has refused the call
extended from Kamloops.
Sheriff's sale, lot of electric fittings
and supplies, chandeliers, two Bets
taps and die?,, lot piping, Oliver typewriters, etc., at No. 11 Sixth, between Front and Columbia, New Westminster, at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 7. ������
Messrs, McQuarrie Bros. put
through a fair sized deal for west end
residential property the other day.
The sum of $11,000 was involved fn
the transaction, but the location of
the property and name of the purchaser could not'be disclosed. This
same firm reports the sale of a house
and lot on Milton street for $2550, an
Eburne man being the buyer.
A meeting of the school board was
heid yesterday to consider matters In
connection with the visit of the governor general. The laying of the cor
ner stone of the new High school by
the royal visitor vvas diBCUSBOd, but
'I was deeded to leave the final arrangements of tbla mat:er in the
'lands of the royal reception commit
'���*,* cf whicii every member of thr
board la a member,
N'ot linw cheap, but how pood. Hear
the great Chickering lives.' player
pianos at tlie Columbia Piano House
opp6ille City Hall, Made nnd uniir
an tood by the only llvlnu Oblcksiingt
making i lanos, truly tho wonder oi
the ai.e W'e have other piano players
:ih low as 1450 In price. *���
A branch of the Cariboo Brotherhood will probably be established In
Westminster soon. Mr. Arthur Sullivan, of Ashcroft, chief pioneer of th':
order was in the. city yesterday conferring with Mr. Stuurt Wade, who Is
chief deputy pioneer of Canada, on
Lhe matter, Already several citizens
ire nf em bers of the order which Is
-aid to be the only truly Canadian
fraternity. The society was fonnded
for the purpose of Inculatlng a Canadian national spirit and collecting his-
' toriOBl records and exhibits of ths
Dominion,
Admitted to Bail.
Wilfrid Haro. I.anglev Prairie, who
was committed for trial bv the I.ang |
ley magistrate for unlawfully enterin? j
his wife's house    and    taking    awa1'
furniture to the value of $26, wns ad j
mitted  to  bail bv Registrar Cambridge j
yesterday.      Three    hundred    dollar- j
was  tbe amount  fiyed  and accused's
own recocrnizance3 were nccepted. Mr j
Haro and his wife are living apart,    j
Permits fcr Piurrbinr.
Fifty-three   permits   for   plumbing I
work v/ews taken oul at the plumbing I
Inspector's ofllce In t.Ue city tvaA\ dur- \
In* the mbntti of Auguat aa compared
with nfty-one taken out in July. The
total number of flvturei installed in
the various buildings during August
was 185, as compared with 2.14 for the
previous month. No comparison could
be made with last year's figures as
the present system of recording was
only commenced a few months ago.
Three Months' Trade.
Ottawa, Sept. 4.���Offic'al figures or
exports and imports for the first quar
ter of the current year, namely, tr
June 30, show a total of $237,212,779
an increase ot $55,352,350 over thr
corresponding period last year, lm
ports for the quarter exclusive of co'.:
and bullion totalled $152,975,545, a:-
anainst $117,419,627. Exports totalled
376.266,770. as against $64,624,400 for
'.lie first quart'-r of last year.
Dominion Trades Congress.
Guelph,   Ont,   Sept.   4.���The   loca'
labor  men  who are arranging  lor tlie
national   convention   of   tiie   Dominion
Trades   Congress  have  received   word
that  Mr. Keir Hardie, the English Socialist member   of   parliament;    Hon.
\V.   J.   Hanna,   provincial   secretary;
Hon.  Dr.  Reaume, minister of public
. works for Ontario;   and   Hon. T. W.
I Crothers, Dominion minister of labor.
! will be in attendance next week.
RECORD   FIRST  CABIN   LIST
WHIPPING   POcT   FOR
MUTINOUS   CONVICTS
White 8tar's Giant Olympic Has Re
cord Breaking List.
New York, Sept. 3.���The largest
number of passengers to cross the
Atlantic in the first cabin of a single
steamer are now steaming into thi;
port aboard the White Star steamship
Olympic, the world's largest vessel.
A cable received advises that 1125
persons were quartered in the firs'
cabin of the big steamship as she
steamed away from Southamnton ant
rherbevrg last Thursday. She also
had a lai-hC second aud third clas.i
list.
Jackson, Mich., Sept. 4.���With five
companies of militia encamped in the
��� aid of the state penitentiary here,
the whipping post wa3 re-established
oday to quell a food mutinv whicb
or days bas raged In the prison.
Tbe stale troopa are patrolling th<
idoeks, cells and walls of the prison
todav. All i.s quiet. Prisoners wishing to go to work are being escorted
to the factory tinder guard. Those
who still refuse to work are locked In
their cell* and. lf thev continue re
f:\1ctorv. it is expected thev will be
brought to terms by tbe lash.
A  total number of 879  patients received treatment    at    the    provincial
public, hospital  for the Insane during
the month of August, according to a
report issued  yesterda;   by  Assistant
Medical Superintendent J, G. McKay,
of the institution,   or   this   number
630 were    males   and    249    females.
|Twenty-six   patients   were   admitted
during the month, 17 wero discharged
on probation,    six    were   discharged
without    probation,    two    were    d's-
charged at the expiry of probation and
two escaped.    At the close    of    the j
month there were 642 male patient-*!
nnd  213  females fn  the hospital and
SS males and 36 females, wera aut ou
probation.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots in good locations, and
good investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900��� FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
casb.  |
NO. 1327���8EVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH 8TREET, TWO
lots, 60x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCE8S 8TREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third ca��h.
NO. 1195 ��� 8EVENTH AVENUE,
near Kourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275.00 each; one-third
cash.
NO. 1315���DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Price $1550.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixtli avenue. 50x132; cleared and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 9S0���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lots in
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared ond ready
to build on. Price $3200; ono-thlrd
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on throe sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
In orchard. Price for a few days
ouly, $1,100; one-third cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,   Automobile
���Ml Marin* Insurance*.
on the Banjo, Zither Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola,  Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
"Dick" J. lawrence
Leave Instruments for tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
419 Columbia Street.   Tel. 694.
JD
GOOD
HABIT
The Daily U��e of our
CREAM OF WITCH HAZEL
���no other habit will render
the skin so smooth, allay irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn ai
quickly. It is purely made and
possesses wonderful medicinal
properties. Use lt dally, it's a
good habit.
Price 25c and SOc.
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 67
Westminster Trust Bleck
HENRV SCHAAKE. Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACHINES
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY.
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING  AND CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
E. H. BUCKUN, N. BEARD8LEE, W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pros, and Cenl. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. ltd Trees.
SMALL-BUCKUN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
THIS IS THE LAST MONTH
For Low Rate Eastern Excursions
S.S.  "PRINCE  QEORGE"
lo Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays midnight, connecting
for Massett.
Grand  5 days' cruise,  $48.00,
including meala aud berth.
S.8. "PRINCE   RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert, Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby Bay and Queen Charlotte
Island  points.
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE,   Saturdays and Tuesdays, midnight!���
S.S. Prince Albert" leavea 3rd, 13th and 23rd of each month for
Prince Rupert and way ports.	
Grand Trunk Pacific trains connect with above steamers for
Skeena Crossing, thence steamer to Hazelton.	
Special round trip excursion fares to the East via Grand Trunk
system, variable and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Niagara
Falls.	
 General  Agency  Transatlantic Steamship Unas.
H. G. SMITH. C. P. * T. A. W. K. UUPEHOW, G. A   P  D
Phone  Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville 8treet.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at clty prices.   A new four-story
hotel Just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to tbose building this season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
office on'the propeity.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWNSITE AGENT8.
WATCH FOBS
We have now in stock the largest assortment of Watch Fobs ever exhibited in New
Westminster.   Examination invited.
CHAMBERLIN
Official Tims Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THC
JEWELER
ELECTRIC
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656
63 Sixth Street
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