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 VOLUME 7, NUMBt��
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. FRIDAV  MOPNING. OCTOBER 25.  1912.
ESSENTIAL TO CITY'S
DEMENT AS PORT
Progressive Association Executive Unanimously Endorses
Agreement of City with Heaps Engineering Company-
Huge Sum to be Expended-Industry Will Remain Here
Permanently-Employs White Labor.
PRICK FIVE OftNTtt
TANGLED BUSHES
HID MAN'S BODY
POSTAL SERVICE
MUCH IMPROVED
Only Clue to Identty Is Tax Four Additional Men Added
Feeling that It was in the best interests of Westminster as a port to
retain such a valuable Industry, ths
executive of the Progresaive aaaocia
tion at a special meeting held last
night unanimously endorsed thc
Heaps' Engineering company agreement. Furthermore a resolution was
passed    urging    the    members    and
that In view of the fact that it would
probably coat some 1500,000 to estab
liah a plant on the property, though
the agreement only required the ea
penditure of J150.000 in both work.,
and atock-in-trade, it would be Been
how little likelihood there waa of thc
plant being removed from the Harboi
Receipt of George Saunders.
Ghastly Discovery by Burnaby Police
Last Evening Near Douglas
Road.
to Staff During Present
Week.
Queensborough  Delivery  System
auguratcd���Coming Night 8hift
Will Expedite Sorting.
In-
���v!��al!y "J0"6^'h���� ",e   C!ty .J?1*  City atany time in'thrfuture
payers to give the by-law considera- ���,.,.,    .    ,' lulu,c
tlon and approval on polling day. I WKSiy to Move.
As the result of tho stand now ' The plans of the company called for
adopted tbe special meeting which ?n extensive and permanent engineer
was scheduled for tomorrow evening in& worka with every modern equip-
wlll not be held, eapeclally ro alnce ment- Mr- Schaake pointed out that
Mayor l,ee and Alderman Gray ar�� the company, If the property were
absent from the city and would not Purchased by It, would be paying a
be able to apeak on the matter. fair Price for '*��� while the city would
Mr. Sihaake Explains. be securing an industry that waa ea-
���    The real point which troubled   thr.  serial to its development as a ship-
executive of the association    at    its   plng P��rt-
regular meeting on Tuesday evening I Vote NexL Wednesday,
waa satisfactorily explained by Mr. H. | Further diacussion resulted in the
Schaake   who waa present last night.; resolutions aa above    being    passed
w��:8 Mr. Otway  Wllkie who ques-  without a dissenting voice P
tioned the provisions of the by-law aa' The board of trade haa alao en
to the alienation of the waterfront dorsed the by-law, while opinion ia
property after purchase by the com- i practically unanlmoua around town
Sip"/* SmLft! ter",8,of ,he aBrccjthat it v.IU be a good thing for West
ment without there being any aasur-' minster. The polling on the by-law
ance that the Industry would be per    ' ' *
maiicntly eatabllahed on the site   al-
loted. ,
Mr. Schaake, however, pointed   out
takes place on Wednesday, October
80. and. judging from the general In-
tereat being evinced a big vote will
he recorded.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE
ALMOST COMPLETED:
������������������������������������������������
BECKER 18 FOUND
GUILTY OF MURDER
Grac'irg  Already  Dene���Much   Paving
Still to Finlah���Will Keep
Rcada Clean.
The end ot uo.vt week will see the
program ot grading and. macadamizing that was started on the city
streets this year practically completed, and from now on, all efforts
will be bent upon keeping the
Btreets ar.d croasiiiRs ln a passable
condition tor the winter. The board
of works gang on Improvement work
has been reduced within tho laat
week or two from 300 to 4i> men,
while the street cleaning staff haa
been greatly augmented.
The gradins work in the whole city
has been completed, while the   only
part  ot   macadamiiing   that remains
unnnlahed la   a section   ot   Seventh
avenue from Fifth to Sixth street. At
every opportunity    afforded   by   the
weather this portion ls being pushed i
ahead aa rapidly aa possible and with
no delays it ought to be finished    ln
about a  week.    There  la some tem-1
porary work   also    being   done   on'
Agnes street from Eighth to   Tenth
streeta In order to get It into shape
for the winter.
The paving jobs throughout the city
are not as far advanced as the othfer
improvements and it will be some
littlo time yet before they are finished. There ts atUl a great deal to be
done on Twelfth atreet and the paving of Sixth avenue with wood blocka
waa only started this week.
Aa far aa the roadways being permanently Improved are concerned the
vailoua contractors holding tbe jobs
have boon iflHilhd by the board of
works department to put the croaa-
lngs Into shape ao that the eitlzens
will not have to suffer any Bcrloua In-
convenience. Th��ro was an agreement made hclveen the contractors
and the city to this effect, and Alderman Wellington io going to see that
lt la carried out.
During the winter all efforts of a
large gang of workmen���one at the
largest that has ever been put to
work in the winter time ln Westminster-will be devoted to keeping th*
crossings, drains and roads dear
mud and water.
Bdmonda, Oct. 24.���Stretched out
in the undergrowth about 100 yard*
from the Douglas road, near Fifteenth
avenue, Burnaby, the body of a man
waa thla evening discovered by tha
Burnaby police just before darkness
set in.
The body had evidently laid there
- tor two or three montha and waa In
a much decomposed condition when
found. About the only clue to Identity
that Chief Parkinson has is a revenuls
tax receipt found in one of the man's
pockets which had been made out in
Vancouver and bore the name of
George Saunders.
A   pipe,   tobacco   and   a   notebook
were also found on the body, but the
notebook contained no writing which,
might serve to unravel the mystery.
Was Middle Aged.
The body is evidently that of a
working man of from 45 to 50 yeara
old. He was dressed In a black coat
and veBt, pants of dark grey tweed,
also a black felt hat He had a bald
head, while four teeth are missing
from the upper jaw.
Little progress towards further
Identification waa made by the police
this evening, and they are apparently
waiting to hear from Vancouver regarding the Issuance of the tax receipt.
Itl Is surmised that the man was of
the floating population. He may hav?
been in an Intoxicated condition when
he entered    the tangled    brushwood,
BULGARIAN ARMY IS
eOVEREDWITH GLORY
Key to Turkiih Po ition at A Jr anople Is Taken-Gun* Supplies and Prisoners Fall to Victors-Both Side Claim F��w-
ther great Success-Sofia Jubilant-Tremendous Battle b.
Hourly Expected-All ies Advance.
The public of New Westminster will
no doubt be pleased to hear that sev
eral additions have been made to
the staff of the poat office, so tbat the
service which for long has been subjected to criticism, will no doubt be
on a par with any office operating in
the Dominion. Two outdoor carriers
have been added to the force thla
week, together with an additional dispatcher and also a sorter.
With thla force    Postmaster    Mac
Donald believes that all outgoing and
Ingoing mail will receivs the beat attention pow ible and that it will be an
especial boon to business men.
A  New Departure.
One of the new carriers ia now delivering mall to   the   Queensboroug'i
district,  which,  until  now,  has  been
without    a    delivery    service.    The
growth of this section during the   la3t
few months led several of    the   mil!
owners to draw up a petition requesting the authorities to enlarge the dia
trlct where mall Is delivered and the
innovation is doubtless a response to
this application.
With the addition to the indoor sta IT
Postmaster MacDonald will Inaugurate a night shift so that all mall de-
posted in the boxes at the'post office
after 5 o'clock will thus be sorted
and delivered to points in the city on
the first delivery the next morning,
and alao tt wlll be possible to have all
outgoing mall sorted in time tor the
first tralna running out of New West-
London, Oct 84.���The Turkish fort
ress of Klrk-Killsseh has fallen, ac
cording to a news agency despatch
from Sofia. It ls regarded aa the key
to Adrlanople and Is tbeJiead marters
of the Turkiehthird army corpa com
manded by Kenan Pasha.
Another report states that tlie Turk
ish garrison at Klrk-KUisseh number
ed nearly 60,000 men, and that all fel1
prisoners to the Bulgarians.
The Next Move.
An interesting situation will develop should the Turks be compelled
to evacuate Adi'ianople. It la sup
posed that the ne>t stand of the
Turks would be made at Demotica,
25 miles south of Adrlanople, an lm
portant strategic'position on the road
to Constantinople.
In other directions, both the Servians and the Turka claim great victories at Kumanova. the, Servians de-
Turkish generals were among
captured.
Turks Admit Defeat.
Constantinople, Oct. 24.���A Turkish
defeat east of Tundja In tbe Klrk-
Killsseh district is now admitted
here. An attempt is made, however.
to minimize its importance by tbpra-
senting It as an unsuccessful Tarfeials
offensive movement, which owed it*.
failure to the detachment having encountered the main body ef the Bulgarian army.
The Bulgarians apparently lett ��-
covering force ln front of Adrianopto-
and attempted to work to the rear to
menace the communications wttk
Constantinople.
Big Battle Imminent.
An advance Turkish column commanded by Mahmoud Mukbtar Pasha.
son of the grand vizier, attempted a
surprise attack, but as tbe enemy
much
daring they have captured the town. 1 Xck" was STJSJf b��X �������
and the Turks claiming they have re-  Turkish troops retired l^good
pulsed the enemy.   .Late reporta indl-  to positions further soutb.
cate that heavy ttgbtlng la still   pro       It 1b riot ctear whens the ^^
CeSl   ri, n JWS dUt*J.ct. garlan  attack  will be  delivered, ba
The Greeks are mferatlng trom Arta  the next two days should wltnaaO
toward   Janlna,    Metcheck   and   the [decisive "battle.
neighborhood ot (kjmkovo. t    There ta muck elation hora at'
Tilabt of Turk* '   ''* described as    a splendid
e��n��    \1stLs--   os     �����.��    n,.i����,i.m��lover the Servians at Kumanova.
Sofia.    Oct.    24���The    Bulgarians\   ^      , xM ftl t
were attapje^by $000 Turks in    an ; ^ ht aa to eM tte ���^lpm ^gppt
^^^/i^^'ta'fcntai   need    no   tewpw    b��
Adrlanople.    After an hour ot heavy   r__k__~a ��������
artillery and. *ttfe Bre, the Turks vrera (r8CBOn*a
New York, Oct. 25.���Police
Lieutenant Charles Becker wa3
found guilty last nirht of murder in Vie first decree by the
Jury which haa been trying
him for instigating the death
cf Herman Rosenthal. the
gambler. The verdict was pronounced at 12:02 o'clock this
morning.
The verdict read: "Murder
in  the  lirst decree."
Decker waa remanded for
sentence lo thn Tombs by
Justice Goff until October 30.
ilrs. Becker, sitting outside
the door of tho court room,
swooned when the verdict was
announced.
Becker did not flinch when
be heard the verdict pronounced by Harold B. Skinner, foreman of the jury.
John F. Mclntyre, Becker's
chief counsel, announced that
he would take an Immediate
appeal, but beyond this be had
nothing to say.
i and, not being able to extricate himself, laid down to a sleep from which
he never recovered.
There is nothing that would give
rise to a suspicion of foul play.
Wh'le po time has been aet for the
holding of an inr,nf>st. It ts understood that this will he hold sorbe
time on  Friday In New Westminster.
CHARGE YOUTH WITH
THEFTS IN BURNABY
Found    on
Alleged  Stolen  Property
Lad Recently Committed for
Trial Here.
MAYOR LEE CHOSEN
PRESIDENT OE UNION!
Convention
Revelstoke
Opinion  Expressed  Upon Government by Commission.
minster the following morning,
Merchants Appreciation.
Ifa. MacDonald stated yesterday
i.haf the busineaa men cf the city
-were beginning to feel the improvement in the city service, and that he
had received acveral complimenta
rrom local men regarding the new
order of things.
The new electrical stamping machine whicb will obviate all delays Ip
cancelling letters is now on tbe way
from New York, and ia expected here
any time.
Four deliveries are made in thc
business dlatrict daily and witb the
two additional men in the office tho
merchants will now be in a position
to receive the American mail which
generally arrives in the city about 3
Closes���No I o'clock, before tbe stores and offices
close.
AID IS REQUESTED FOR
WIDOW AND FATHERLES8
Bdmonda, Oct. 24.���Three additiona'
clmrges and probably a fourth will be
laid against George McPhease. a 17
year-old youth, who waa committed
for trial ln New Westminster on Mon
day last for tbe alleged theft of a
gold nugget stick pin, the property
of Mr. C. S. Holland.
This offence was said to have been
committed in the Royal City. Now,
however, Chief of Police Parkinson
enters upon the scene with evidence
that McPhease did have In his possession when arrested property belong
of lng to threo Burnaby residents whicn
had been taken from their shacka
during the past two weeks.
The different cases were reported
to the Burnaby police, and, since then',
the. officers have been engaged on   a
1 The JoynBon fund Is gradually
creeping upward. Yesterday nn addi
tional *9 was reoelved, which brough*
the list up to $913.55. This Is still
some $87 short of the thouaand dollar mark which it is hoped will be at
talned before the fund closes.
Contributions may bs sent to Rev
E. Q. Thompson, 407 Columbia street,
any of the elty banks, the Westmln
ster Dally News or the British Columbian, f;
������������������������������������������������
I still hunt for the miscreant. The
stolen goods are now in the custody
of Chief Parkinson and several other
articles have yet to be Identified so
that possibly more counts wtll be laid
aga<nrt the youth when he cornea up
before his honor Judge Howay some
dav next week. f
Detective Burrows, of thn WestmlA
ater pollce, assisted In the work of ftp
rn herding McPhease and was lnstru
mental In turning over "the stolen
properly to Chief Parkinson.
SUBSCRIPTION  LI8T.
Already acknowledged .$964.55
A Friend      2-00-
A. 15. Ttldgewav       5.00
A Friend, per B. ot Vv., , 2,00
Total  $913.55
������������������������������������������������
Bishops of Fsr North.
Winnipeg,    Oot.    24,���Archdeacon
Edward Robinn,   of Athabasca,   and
I Ven. Arehdenoon James R. Lucas, of
Maokenile river, were today elected
bishops of the dlocoaes cf Athabasca
and Mackensie River respectively at.
a meeting of the bouse of bishops'of
the ecoleslastlc province of Rupert's
j Land held ln St. John's Ichool house.
Revelstoke. B. C, Oct. 24.���Vancou
ver wlll be the next meeting place
of the Union of British Columbia
Municipalities.- In a struggle with
New Westminster at the closing ses
elon of the Revelstoke convention
hero this afternoon, the Termina'
City adherents triumphed over those
who favored the Royal City for 1913.
by a vote of 36 to 35.
Mayor Lee, of New Westminster
who was selected as the president
ot tbe Union for next yeaV. presented
the claims,of the city on the Fraser
He urged that although the Union
had been organized there some seven
years ago. It could not properly be
said that New Westminster had ever
a convention. A'dcrman Woodslde.
for Vancouver, pointed out that the
delegates had never been to that city,
ie made a strong speech In favor ol
the clalma of Vancouver, and waa
successful In sarrylng the convention1
with him. The selection was made
unanlnoua by Mayor Lee.
The contest between Mayor Lee. of
New Westminster, representing th��
coaat district^, and Mayor Robinson
representing the upper countrv, foi
the presidency, was an eyced'ngly
close one. Mayor Lee, as the vice-
president of 1912. was enna'der^d the
logical successor of ex-Mayor Planta,
of Nanaimo, but the Interior delegate*
stated that tbey desired to hnve the
office leave the coast fpr a year. Th*
vote stood SO to 28 in favor ot Mavor
l*e. Th^re was one spoiled ballot
marked "Kamloops."
Mayor Robinson, the defeated candidate, wss then unanimously selected as vice-president. Nc^'natlon*
were made by Mayor McNeish. of
North Vaneouver, and Mayor Jones
of Kelowna, respectively.
Br-Reeve Bobo, of Snrrey, was unanimously chos��n to succeed himself
as the secretary-treasurer.
Next Year's executive.
The members of the executive for
next year are:    Reeve Weart. Bum*-
by, re-elected: Alderman 9*nlti*.   Ver-
mm; Mayor McNeish. North Vancou
���ppr city: Alderman Eur'aht. V^ncou-
��er. re-elected; Reeve Welt, Mission
re-eleieted:     Mavor ' Brokwlek.   Victoria; Mayor Sutherland. Revelotok*
An Important feature ot the    session, was the decision of the union
not to e*T>r*��* anv definite opinion on
the commission government question
on account of^e lacv of information
A neutral position will be maintained
until tho mnnlo'Vnl commission    an.
pointed by the government makes its
rkpbrt'        >\;-'
The conventionv nccepted Ex-Reeve
(Continued on Page Kour.)
WRECKS PIAY HAVOC
ON AMERICAN LINES
Governor of Michigan Hurt in Chicago
Fee���Ceven  Injured  by. Etreet
Car Collision.
defeated and'Snd in disorder, leaving
the field strewn, -with dead and
wounded. The Bulgarians captured
300 prisoners, a dozen quick firers
and Quantities of munitions.
Many Turks drowned themselves In
���be Tiver because 'they believed    the
Bulgarians massacred their prisoners.
Wiped Out Batteries.
Belgrade.     Oct      24.���Official    an
noiincpment   was  made  bere  tonfgh
tbat the Servian forces have occupied
Novipazar.  Pristlna,  Kumanova,  Kra
tovo aud Kotschana.
Detachments of the  Servian  arm
entered    Kumanova    tbls    afternoon
after annihilating  the   Turkish    bat
teries.     The   fighting   around
town lasted three days.
Greek  Monarch   Leaves.
Athens.    Oct. 24.���The    King
Queen    left    yesterday    aboard
royal yacht   for Volo,    Theasaly,
thence will go to Larissa.    The Kins
will proceed to the town    of Servla,
which haa Just   been    taken by   the
Greek forces.
Captured Two Generals.
Soft. 0".t. 24.���The  Turkish garri-
3on  at Kirk-Kilis'ieh.  -vhich aurrend
ered, consisted of   5000    men.   Two
that
aniVj
the
and
Got Big Haul.
Sofia. Oct. 24��� Klrk-Killsseh fen aft
11 o'clock in the morning, accordlns
to tbe latest reports received tonight
from Bulgarian sources, front whicb
ali newa bere originates. '
Tbe Turkish troopa. retired te at-*-
order in the direction of Bumarbisar.
14 miles to the southeast. Tbey left
a battery of quick firing guns, IS ammunition wagons and a large quantity
of ammunition and food.
Wben   the  news  was  received    fo
Sofia vast crowds bearing: the flag" ot
the  allied   states  formed proeaaaspsaa
and marched  to the G'ealc.   s-rvfwr*
and Russian legations, the palace arnst
the military club.    In  front of eacn
the  national  anthem   was  sung aad
cheers given.
Wild with Joy.
A party of boy scouts beadeP*
ot the processions and the Greek
minister was carried through tho
streets on tho shoulders of enthusiastic demonstrators. Church bells wero
rung and the whole city was bane
with ridhK.
Masai a wlll be celebrated throughout tho kingdom tomorrow tor tin*
Bulgarians who have fallen in tho
fish tin? and thanksgiving servicea fnr
the su.x'ss of the Bulgarian
CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP OF
INTER-CITY STEAMER
Chicago. Oct. 24.���Governor Osborn,
of Michigan, was one of the thirteen
persons injured here today ln street
car and train wrecks due to a dense
tog. The governor escaped with a
slight hurt to hls right arm, and Mrs
Oabern, who accompanied him, wa��
unhurt, bit four of the victims of the
several accidents will die, it is said.
The first wreck occurred when . a
Big Four.train crashed into the rear
end of a Michigan Central train ar
the Seventieth street crossing. Governor and Mrs. Osborn were paaaengera
on tho latter coming to Chicago. Beside the governor, three women were
slightly Injured.
A necond wreck occurred when a
Pennsylvania train struck a streel
car at 106th atreet. Tbe fog was so
dense that the gatesnan did not sec
the car or the train and left the
gates open. Seven passengers on the.
street car were hurt, of whom four
probably wiU die.
The south side elevated trains met
In a rear end collision between two
stations. Onfy the motorman of the
second train wu hurt
Negro Porter Killed.
Fillmore; ill., Oct. 24.���A negro porter was killed and three of the train
crew were tnjured today, when a
special train carrying officials of th'
Toledo, St. Louis and Western rail
road waa wrecked. The baggage car
two di*v coaches and a Pullman cat
wont Into a ravine when a bridge collapsed.
Thonte* H. Hubbard, chairman of
the board of directors, who was on
tho train, also, was Injured, but not
seriously.
The Victoria and New Westminster
Trading company is the new concern
operating the 8.3. Burin between the
Harbor City and Victoria. Mr. John
Robertson has withdrawn from the
former company which operated the
boat which is now In cpntrol of Mr.
H. E. Rowley.
The company has received tbe sup
port of the Victoria board of trade to
wards promoting a regular servlep
between the two cities, and the New
Westminster board of trade and Progressive association at present have
the matter in hand.
Mr. L. B. Davis Is the local agen'
for the boat, with offices at Belyea'e
wharf. Mr. Rowley will remain.. a��
the headquarters of the company In
Victoria, paying periodical visits her��
In order to arrange the necessary do
tails conneotedftjylth the business.
��� .
MANY MORE VOTERS
ARE REGISTERING
NO SIACKENING IN
BUILDING PERMITS
List Will Be Mueh Larger Than Last
Year���Ctty Clerk's Office
Besieged.
City C!er*��ap4�� being literally
besieged thetWW* with the appli-
cations of property^ownere and others
Rumors Denied.
Victoria. Oct 24.���The statements
that have appeared In the press to
the offect that the Canadian Northern
Railway is endeavoring to acquire
the rights held by the Great Northern
Rs'lway company ln the Victoria and
Sidney Railway, or that In the alternative th* C. N. R.xwlll acquire running rights over It, are without foundation.
to get on
on no
much intereei
lift than thtt
Mr. Duneei
tban 180 a
within the
expected that
greatly angw
cations Papps,
.   IA tb* aef
erty holder*
last.year ajji
Rat   Petfcaps
ty   has   so
evinced in   the
tiiJNie. leas
ve etnne;.. In
BW the appli
��t J800 prop-
on Ahe   lift
t ISO householder!.
Both of t\vm Ittilttiere will he greatly
1 increase^' -ttlfiyattr. ���'-.:..:.':.���.
Two New Apartment Houses and Two
Residences Contribute to Excellent Dsy's Total-       y. *t*j.
Permits   were   talon   out at   the^
building inspector's   office   yeaterAsy
tor two apartment houses aggregathae
tn value $6800, and two residence* al
$3000 each, in all  $12,000.     .
One of tlte apartment bouaa permits was taken out by Mra' BL K.
Wastell for a building ot two flats ot
tive rooms each on Dufferin stroet to
post ln tha neighborhood of f^tVB. A
Japanese named H. Dogasaki luudsoJl
permission to erect a rooming
at the corner of Ewen arirad*
Henley street, Queensborough,
building to coat 13800.".
The realdenoa permits
taken out, by McCullough and <
Tbe house* Will be erected oa
ton street one will be two
with seven rooma *ynA tke
snd a half storeys with six
Both homes will be fully
will each cost $3000.
tho only other- permit
yesterday was   for   erecting
brlefc cblmnfy oonnapttng a
<jant In a building oh Columbia i.
Mr. Joseph fcreeman made tho   _
cation.   1** toM tor the week
far is afcw 131,730.
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��� MR. BUSINESS MAN. ������
���   ������
��� , WbaVAbout that i4nrtU�� ������
��� **Ot la the Uiwre that yea ta- ���
��� 4irtta for making your bueliteaa ���
��� ���naouncemenUT New' ouaUaeK" ���
��� are being signed up everr *r.  <.*���
��� and the llrst comers get   Ota  ������
��� choloest positions.   Better e*B ���-���
��� npfte   News  adVertftteg *s-  ������
������   pertinent today'. ui anagsja ��� **>
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
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Classified���One cent per word per
day; 4c per word per week; 15c per
month; 6,000 words, to be used as repaired within one year from date of
contract, $25.00.
Birth or Marriage Notices 50c.
Death Notice SOc or with Funeral Notice $1.00. Card of Thanks 50c per
Inch.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���CHEAP, ARMSTRONG
elevator, in tirst class ..condition,
capacity one ton. H. P. Vidal &
Co.
WANTEO���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED TO RENT���ABOUT DEC-
ember 1st, comfortable house with
conveniences In good central locality.    Apply at News Office.
XJUJY WANTED���TO HANDLE THE
sale of a high class Real Estate
proposition. The property is very
easy selling aud the remuneration
will be generouB to the right party.
Apply Penticton Townsite Company.
461 Columbia street, New Westminster, B.  C.
WANTED ���BOY TO WORK IN
glazing shop. Apply Walsh Sash &
Door Factory.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED MAID
for general house work. Small
family. Good wages. Mrs. Cronin.
1778 Fourteenth avenue east, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���BY OWNER IN WEST
end, new fully modern six roomed
house, extra well built. Price moderate. Terms to arrange. Apply
Wm. C. Lewis, 930 Tenth street.
A SNAP FOR QUICK SALE���SEVEN
roomed house on Eighth avenue,
full basement, open fire place, beamed ceilings, $3600. Small cash payment, balance to arrange. G. P.
Mitchell. Box 876, City.
FOR   SALE���FOR    STOVE    WOOD
Phone R 1140.
NEWS    CLASSIFIED    ADS
seller and buyer together.
BRING
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese woman, housework or washing
by day or hour. Apply P. O. Box
424, or phone 868, city.
WANTED���ROOM AND BOARD OR
board without room. 815 Agnes
Btreet.
WANTED���BOARDERS,   527  Carnarvon  street.
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, $125 IN
five and ten dollar bills, between
���Columbia and Eighth streets, or on
Sixth street car. Finder please re
turn to Dally News office and re
eeive liberal reward.
1X>ST���WILL PARTY WHO PICKEP
np waterproof coat with pair or
gloves in pocket kindly leave at th ���
Westminster Woodworking company
and get reward.
FOUND.
WHAT    HAVE    YOU    FOUND ?    A
News classified will find the owner
MISCELLANEOUS.
PITMAN'S SHORTHAND TAUGHT
by certified lady teacher. Proficiency ^guaranteed. Terms moderate.   Box 122 News ollice.
NIGHT SCHOOLS.
The night schools will open at the
John Robson school, Sixth street, on
Wednesday, October 23, tbe hours being from 7:30 to 9:30 every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. They will be
continued during the winter months
as long as the attendance warrants.
L.   AVORY  WHITE.
Secretary  Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
INVESrORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
CHILLIWACK FARM FOR SALE
Fifty acres all cleared but 1 Vi
-acres, and all under cultivation, three
acre orchard; 21 acres of hay. Tea
roomed house, stone foundation and
cellar; barn 40x60 with lean-to; hog
pen 28x36; large fowl house. Perpetually flowing creek along back end
of property; considerable standing
timber; perfect drainage. Price
921,000; one-quarter cash; terms.
Would consider ' trade for revenue
producing city property.
This can be leased. Three year term
If required for $25 an acre. Some machinery goes with the farm.
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
Ton may waVe up tomorrow night
and find your home filled with smoke.
and you do not carry a dollar's worth
of Insurance. A fire policy uosts but
little.
Does It pay you to take chances?
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
.Fire, Accident, Piste Gifts, Automobile. Burglary, Employer's
Liability Insurance.
T. D. COLDICUTT
v
Three lots close to ttie Court Housi,
$2150 for the three.   Small ca3h pay
;^ nsent.    Balance easy.
IModera five roomed bungalow on
���KtcvMith avenue, $2250. Electric light
and city water on premises.
T. D. COLDICUTT
CnJM'-'itt Block. FouMh Avenue
(Phone 710. East Burnaby, B.C.
TO RENT.
TO RENT-tTWO ROOMS AND BATH
Moderate.'"Apply 1011 6th avenue.
CIVIC COMMISSION
VISITS OTHER COASTS
W.   H.  Keary and   Municipal   invest!
gatcrs Study Government of
Many Cities.
TO  RENT���DOUBLE    OR    SINGLE
rooms, furnished, 1020 Third avenue
FOR RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
and housekeeping flats, thoroughly
modern. Cheapest rent in the city.
a dining room in connection unde>-
the management of the house.
Sterling: hotel, corner Royal avenue
and Tenth street.   Phone 499.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     HOUSE
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh Btreet.
TO RENT���ROOMS SUITABLE FOR
club rooms or light manufacturing
2520 square teet of floor space. Ap
ply to manager the News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, hot and cold water
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythlat
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
NOTICE!
St. John, N. B., Oct. 24.���With the
view of inspecting the commission
'orm of civic government, Messrs. H.
H. McLean, K. C, A. B. Bull, W. H.
Keary, and James Morton, of Vancouver, arrived in the city recently. They
were appointed by the British Columbia Government as a special commission to make such an inquiry and
have already visited Des Moines, Spokane, and other c'ties, and are now
en route home and on their way mean
to visit Galveston, where the system
orleinated.
Mr. McLean hinted that the commission would not report very favorably on the commission form of government. In large cities, where civic
affairs took a cold Interest ln civic affairs, he thought the commission form
bf government might work very successfully, but for the smaller towns
the aldermanic form of government
appealed better to him.
The aldermanic system, as a system, had no inherent weakness, a fact
proven by the excellent    results got
from it in the older and well established systems in the Old Country. To
introduce commission government Into some of our smaller town he considered would be simply piling on a
bill of expense, especially since all the
city offices are kept up the same as
under the aldermanic system. The recall part of the commission form of
government especially did not appeal
to him. He would have no part of it.
A public official should be allowed
to do his best entirely unfettered by
any public feelings and if his work
at the end of his term did not prova
satisfactory. he should then be turned out, and not before. With the recall system In vogue the publlc officials had to keep their eato constant
lv to the ground and in the striving to
cater to public feeling It was just
possible they might not serve the best
interests of the city. Mr. McLean
could not understand how the St.
John commissioners could flnd it possible to give their exclusive time and
service to the city for but $3000 a
year.
Haultain for Chief Justice;
Ottawa, Oct. 24.���It ls understood
here that the elevation of Mr. F. W.
G. Haultaln to the Chief Justiceship
of Saskatchewan has been practically
decided upon by the government and
that the necessary order-in-council
will be passed ln the course of a day
or two. The appointment wdll necessitate the selection of a new leader
for the Conservative opposition in
Saskatchewan.
EXTRA BOATS FOR
FISHING SERVICE
Government  Will   Provide  Additional
Speedy  Craft  for  Pacific
Coast.
Ottawa, Oct. 24.���In accordance
with the government's policy of providing every necessary means for the
protection of the fisheries of Canada,
it is intended to have constructed at
once two fast vessels to be used In
the fishery protection service. The
contract is believed to have bee.i
awarded to the Dublin Dock Yard
company, of Dublin, at a coat of $267,-
000.
Recommendaton has been made to
the government by the Gran Commission for the establishment of sample grain markets ln the West as provided for under the Grain act of last
session. The markets will be established at Fort William and Winnipeg,
>robably In  September of net year.
A deputation representing the steel
Interests of Canada will wait upon
Mr. White, the minister of finance,
Fridav. The members will come armed with material for full discussion on
the tariff situation affecting the manufacture of steel ln Canada.   The last
of the steel bounties expired some time
ago, and last session the steel men
were unsuccessful in an effort to have
them restored.
A subcommittee of the Privy Councll will be appointed to take into consideration the proposal recently advocated by the Royal Society of Canadi
for the establishment of research stations.
A detachment of Dominion polico
has been sent down to a point on the
Canadian frontier not far from Rouses Point, where It Is alleged that
three preventive officers were attacked and seriously Injured by smugglers and their sympathizers four
nights ago. Very meagre details of
the outrage have filtered into Ottawa,
but it appears that secret Service
men, some half dozen of them, descended upon a store in which bad
JUst been placed a large quantity of
smuggled merchandise.
It is said' tbat 'the storekeeper ran
out, returning in a few minutes with
a gang of men, who at once made a
murderous attack on the preventive
officers, two of whom were shot, ont)
In the thigh and the other ln the lower part of the leg, while the third waa
struck on the head with an axe.
Lights were extinguished in the battle, and the store badly wrecked. Tho
aufc��oblle ln which the officers had
reached the scene was broken up.   .,
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wm Can c��"��<"��n Girls Cookr
Milwaukee. Wis., Oct 24.���A Ruskin, B. O, man has written to the
mayor of Milwaukee, asking him to
get him a wife from this city, as the
Canadian girls cannot cook.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven  that pur
itiant to Section 115 cf the Land Reg
!stry .   ,t, 1 intetid at   the   expiratior
if 30 days from v'.ie dite   hereof   tt
cancel  the registration   of a   certa'n
Agreement of Saie dated   Nov.  29th
1910, made between William  F. Mon
crieff    (whose    name    ls    sometime:
soelled  ""iloncreift")   an  Vendor,  anc
Mrs. Jane A. Vater  (wife   of   Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on  Novembei
29th,  1910, a   certain   Agreement   c!
Sale   made   between    the     aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, as Vender a'-J Thcma-
Davis  Morgan as' Vendee,  In   wh'C-
sald    Agreement    the    Siid   Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lo1
Ive (6) iu subdivision of District Lo'
Three'Kupdred and fifty-eight   (358).
New Westminster  District, according
to a jjlan of same   deposited   ln   the
Land-jReglstry Office at the   City of
New Westminster. B. C, which appli
cation was made by Jthn Buchanan
whose address was 310 Hastings St.
Vanoouver, B. C. as agent   for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication of this
Notice for one month in the daily
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. O, shall be good and suf
flcient service.
DATED  at  NEW  WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third  day  of  September
1912.
To���
WILLIAM  F.  MONCRIEFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
TI10MV1 DWIS MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL   MINING   REGULATIONS.
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a por
tion of the province ot British Colum
bta, may be leased ior a term of tw * n
ty-one years at an annual rental ot
$1 an acre.' Not more than 2,580 acre-
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by tlie applicant in person t<
the Agent on. Sub-Agent, of the diBtric.
in which tlie rights applied for art
situated.
In surveyed territory the land mus'
be described by sections, or legal sub
divisions of sections, and in unsurvey
ed tiriUtory the tract applied for shal.
bo ftyketl out by the applicant him
self/'.
Each application must be accom
panied by a fee of $5 which will bt-
refunded if the rights applied for ar��
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be [iaid on the merchant
able output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.-
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returnt
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal rained and pay the
royalty therpon. If the coal mlnln*
rights are not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only but Uw�� leasee will b��
permitted to purchawwhatever avail
able surface rights nSy be considered
necessary for the wfirklng of .the^ine
at the rate of $10 ah acre. ;'/'������
For full Information application
should be made to the Secrctary,vof
the Department.of the Interior, 6tta
wa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent' oi,
Dominion. Lands.   ' .'
' W. W. CORT.
Deputy MlnlWW of the interior.
il. B.���Unauthorised rnhl'c��t'*itf of
''���ts advertisement t tyl, not be paid
for.
New Westminster!
Retain for New Westminster
an Industry Essential for
a Port City.
Vote for the Heaps Engineering Company's Site
By-Law on October 30th.
Under an agreement between the corporation of the City of New Westminster and the Heaps Engineering Company which has purchased the
Schaake Machine Works, it is proposed to lease certain city owned lands
on Lulu Island, with the option of purchase after 5 years, as a site for
a modern engineering works.
The Heaps Engineering Company agree to expend the sum of
$150,000 on the erection of buildings and installation of plant, and to
employ at least 100 men, white labor.
The plans of the company call for the establishment of an extensive
and modern machine works, involving an expenditure of half a million
dollars. This will secure for New Westminster a pay roll larger than
any concern solely employing skilled labor.
The City Council, the Board of Trade and Progressive Association
have endorsed the proposed by-law and have accepted the terms of the
agreement as fair alik ��to the city and the company.
If New Westminster is to become a great port an engineering works,
fully equipped to meet all the demands for repairs to ocean going vessels
is absolutely necessary. The company has planned to meet that requirement. ,  &i
Remember, if the proposed by-law is not approved this important
industry will be lost to the city. Is it not vital tp th^ future of New
Westminster to retain her already established industries?
iW*i
Vote for a Greater New
Port and the Bvlaw on October 30th,
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PRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 18, Block 1, Northwest quarter ot Section 61, Hastings Townsite,
Suburban Land.;.
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate
of Title No. 41343E, Issued ln the
name of John Travers, covering the
above property, has been filed In tbla
office; notice ia hereby given tbat 1
shall at the expiration of one month
from date of the llrst publication hereof issue's duplicate of said Certificate
unless' In the meantime valld objection be made to me ln writing.
Dated At fhe Land   Registry   Office,
Vancouver, this'1st day of October,
ARTHUR 0. SMITH.
s ' District Registrar.
���sk
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TURKEY MAY SEND
PROTEST TO SIATES
Wione-R672. 619 Hamilton St
i. D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping.
Eavetreugh Cleaning,
���ower Connecting,
Ceasposls. Septic Tanks, Ete.
Stove-Wood
'Phone R1140
W. RICH
Teaming and Qeneral Draylng Contracting, Furniture Moving,
Excavating.
Exodus of Greeks, While no Violation
cf  Law,  May  Yet  Bring  Message  From  Porte.
PAGE THREK
LORD CURZON SAYS
AGE IS HYPOCRISY
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 6. AA
ARCHITECTS
T"ttUST     BLOCK.
Washington, Oct. 24.���Whethe:
Turkey can or will protest against the
exodus of Greeka and their hundreda
of thousands of dollara from this
country to prosecute the war ln the
Balkans against Turkish rule Is a
question occupying officials here.
Thus far, Turkey has offered no protest, bdf tbe attitude to be assumed
on part of the United States in the
I event of such a contingency bas rais-
i.ed a delicate question.
��� The right of free speech is guaranteed to tbo Greeks in the United
States so long as they keep within the
bound3 and they can send their, earnings If they choose, without having
to'.explain to wbat purpose the money
shall be put when lt arrives there.
No armed military expeditions have
left the United States, and under International law, no breach of international peace has been committed.
It is admitted, however, that the
exodus of numerous bands of Greeka
is for the avowed purpoae of engaging ln the war and the funda collected and sent aboard'are to finance tbe
struggle.
Treaties and  Tribunals Both  Broken
In Crisis���Favors Compulsory
Service.
WESTMINSTER
Phone 801.
Box  772.
D. McAulay
Tel. 7M.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbia
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Pbone 18S.      Barn  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing ot American, Engl 1st
and Swiss
WATCHES
All   Work  Guaranteed.
Ml Front Street      N'- City Market.
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46  Corne  Street,  New Westminster.
SUFFRAGETTE REARRESTED.
Falls to Report to Dublin Police After
Setting Flre to Theatre.
Dublin. Oct. 24.��� Miss Gladys
Evans, the militant suffragette, has
been arrested for failing to report to
the police, aa required by the conditions on- which ahe recently secured
her release frcm Jail. She waB remanded for a week, hall being refused.
Mifa Evans was sentenced on Aug-,
ust 7 to a term of five yearB' imprisonment on the charge of aetting fire
to the Theatre Royal here the day
before Premier Asquith waa to apeak
on Home Rule.
She was one of the hunger Btrikera
and on Oct. 3 waa released on the ad-
v'r.e of physicians owing to the gravi
"indltion of her health. She was ordered, however, to report periodically
to the authorities during the remainder of the term.
INSPECTS GREAT WESTERN.
President Chamberlan, of Grand
Trunk, Lends Credence to Sale.
Chicago.. Oct. 24'.���-Great Interest
waa created in railway circles here today hy the announcement that Mr. Fr
3. Chamberlin, president of the Grand
Trunk System, and Mr. Morley Donaldson, perioral manager of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, apent yester-
dav- and today inspecting the lines
ar-A property of the Ch'cago Gr��at
western Railwav. formerly called th<��
Maile leaf and now known as the
Cot*on Bolt Route.
The Canadian officials are accompanied by Sam Feiton. president of
the Great Western, and traveling on
��� areclal train. The story that the
Grand Trunk 13 about to acquire the
Hrnat Western la given general credence here. The road la owned by
Bri'is'i c:i;>ital and controlled through
J. P. Morgan ft Company.
London, Oct. 24.���Following hia
somewhat dramatic warnings to Greal
Britain yesterday. Field Marshal Lord
Roberts today declared that not onlj
was Britain's supremacy Mn the North
Sea open to argument, but that every
soldier experienced ln modern warfare was aware that the empire wad
totally unprepared for war.
"As for continental power," continued Lord Roberts, "we do not exist as
far as war is concerned. The army
as a belligerent in European politics,
ia an almost negligible quantity. The
empire is at all times absolutely defenceless beyond tbe first line, and
auch an empire simply invites war.
Its assumed security amid tbe armaments of Europe and Asia ls insolent
and provocative.
"We must posaeas a paramount
navy, but we also require an army
strong enough to ensure the mobility
of the navy. Compulsory military
training and defence is our only aolu
tion to the fast-growing danger of
German invasion."
Lord Curzon, in speaking at Manchester tonight, on the statements
made by Lord Roberts, said that one
feature of the whole situation which
filled him with alarm was that tbe
great rulers of the world had established an international tribunal and
built a noble hall at the Hague, but
that at a time of crisis treaties and
tribunals were alike broken.
"We are faced once more," continued Lord Curzon, "with the oid
world solution of differences by
means of conflict at arms. In my
mind, if a visitor came to this world
from another planet, he would aay
that we lived in an age of colossal
hypocrlay.
National military service should
be the tonic of the nation.' I do no1,
fear for the alleged unpopularity of
the Bcheme. Ihe Balkan crisis has
shown the suddenness of war. The
British would surely be fools to hug
the notion that England would never
be invaded, when it has the sinister
figure of the greatest land power on
the continent���Germany���-converting
itself into a great naval power."
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Least Money.
WONDERFUL FUEL SAVERS
Every pound of fuel burnt gives direct returns
Our Harvest Sale Specials Continue
AH Through This Week
We save you money on all your purchases.
Look at our fine Table Linens when in the store
Victoria     Motcr    Club    Wants    Law
Changed to Allow Cars Longer ���
Visit.
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CTAMPS
.'ILL  BOOST
SAN  FRANCISCO FAIR
F-n   Francisco,   Oct.   24.���PoStmas-
'rr-Oercr.M    Hitchcock    has   directed
that   80,000,000    one-cent,   150,000,000
t.-i*.e-*t*t.   S.OOO.OOO    five-cent   and   5.-
000,000 ten-cent ranama-Pacific International Exposition postage stamps h-
j nrenarod  and  placed  on sale  in  th-9
poRtoffices beginning Jan. 1, 1913.
I    The stamps are about three-fourths
of an Inch   high    by one and   a sixteenth Inch wide. At the top appear
the   words:     "V.*.  3.   Postage,"   and
"San Francisco, 1915."
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD
P. O. BOX 442
TELEPHONE  S24
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. O. E. QILLEY, Phons 291.
Phonss, Office 15 and II.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCH
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Ictoria, Oct. 24.���The Victoria Motor Club and the Provincial Government propose to iraito in a joint request to the Federal Government for
an extension of time under whicb foreign motors may be accorded entrance into British Columbia. At present the customs requirements provide
for the deposit of a substantial bond
for the return of the car into the United Stans, but the time limit is only
one week.
This period is not sufficient to meet
the requirements of the average tourist who desires to spend a longer
period than one week-- in Canada.
Representations have been received
from many representatives of the
motor associations in the North Paciflc States, in which It is Btated that
if the time can be extended there will
be a much larger number of tourists
visit British Columb'a than la now the
case. The suggestion is made that
Ute period Should be extended from a
week to a month or perhaps three
months. .    ���'
It is only a niatter of departmental
regulation, and lt Ib believed that Do
objection can be made to the extension of the t��rm in British Columbia.
as Ib now done In Ontario and Quebec The. point is an Important one
in the interests cf the development of
tourlat traffic because everything
which allows the freer entry of United States citizens Into Canada meana
the expenditure of considerable sums
of money here.
Mr. Thompson, the engineer In
charge of Strathcona Park, is backing the movement enthusiastically,
being confident that if successful it
will bring a very large number of visitors to that park.
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Board of Trade Euggests Placing Ship
In Middle of Atlantic Ocean.
London, Oct. 24.���A ship In mid-
Atlantic, stationed there by the British Government to guard against the
Iceberg peril. Is the latest reform suggested by the board of trade as an
outcome of the Titanic disaster.
It Ib proposed that the vessel maintain a constant cruise In the highway
route between Great Britain and America along the boundaries of the Ice
region, for the purpose of warning
the big ocean liners by means ot wireless as to the exact position of drift
lng bergs or half submerged derelicts.
FAMOUS WRITERS NOW
I    DECLARE POR HOME RULE
London, Oct. 24.���Conan Doyle and
Joseph Hooking, the novelists, bave
come to the conclusion that home
rule Is tbe beat thing for Ireland.
Formerly strongly opposed to home
rule, the writers have now recanted
snd ln letters to tho Times, explain
their reasons for the change of front.
Tbey state that late experiences
have convinced them that the present irresponsible system of government in Ireland can never be remedied while tliat country Is tangled up
ln British politics.
EDMONDS
Meat JWarketl
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Room 4 Trao-j Block
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
foods of all kinds. _ Toolt especially.
SO Mclnaes Sweet Pbone IOOI
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letter* of credit
sold payable in all parts of tbe world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Miners! Waters,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R 111  Ofllce: Princess S*
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH    WORSTED, SCOTCH
TWEED.   IRISH   6ERSE. etc.,   Just
Arrived.    Perfect Pit and Workman-
shllp Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor/
701 Front Street
FOR RENT
UPPER FLAT in Hardman
Block, well lighted, attitable
for club rooms, light manufacturing or living rooma.
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WESTMINSTEB DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
���ESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Published eve.y morning except
Swnday by The National Printing and
Publishing Co., Ltd., at their office.
*3 McKenzie Street, New Westmin-
���tier, ft. C.
ROBB SUTHERLAND, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
Baaiaeae Office    999
tutorial Office  991
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 fof three
SBoatbs. or 40c per month.
By mall %'i per   year,   or   25c   por
BKMth.
FRIDAY,.OCTOBER 25, 1912.
SH
PORT MANN TAKES
ON BIG ACTIVITY
Fifty   Men   Bejin  \Worki   on    .Round
house���Deeds Follow Davidson's
Announcement.
lilTag tin-I
A NOBLE W��R.
"Vtttr Is hell"���Is a Jtrlte    saying
and, although the mention of war a
the present tune brings to us though'
of tbe carnage in the Balkans, ther��
.are otber forms of strife going on ii |
oor midst whose results are the more
deadly because they are partially con
cealed, and whose agency is far moro
destructive to mankind than any iron
death dealer yet invented.
Some years ago a great and a do
served tribute was paid to tne medical
profession by Itudyard Kipling.    Th*
��� war against disease is a never endin;.
struggle, and It is peculiarly gratify
ing to note that in our  time  tbure
have grown up    societies    of    nir.ny
'kinds   whose    prime   object    is   to
stren,gtben the banc-- of thi. doctors
in tbeir noble work.   But more than
this, for many year3 in labor circles,
and particularly by the Typographical
Union,   a pitched   battle   has   been
carried on against the ."xeat scourge
of   all   classes   cf   mankind���tuber-
onlosis.
On Sunday a long line of union men
in this city will proceed to church to
listen to a sermon upon this latter
day crusade, bearing witness to the
part organized labor can and does
take in working for the betterment of
the condition of its own class and of
the. public in general. j
The disease "that consumes" ls infectious, but can always be prevented i
in its Incipient stages. To,spread
knowledge ol won', those stages are,
and cf the conditions (,f life neces
aary for their prevention, is but par*
of thc worii of all who share ih this
great. I'lgiu.
Fresb air and sunshine are nature'.-
own remedies fcr our ills, b.it linfor
tunately modern life demand.? that
many of as siiould be deprived of
these in a more or Iphs degree. -Consequently it is only by having work
ing conditions made a3 sanitary as
possible that this deprivation may be
-offset. In aiming toward3 these and
similar mils the. forces of labor
in common, with those cf the general
public who have made this thoir
especial fight will liave the God speed
of every right thinking person.
The recent statements gif en out by
Colonel A. D. Davidsop, of the Canadian Northern railway,', regarding tho
erection of car shops' at the terminus
at Port Mann are being followed by
actual Operations.
It is understood, t'lfl-t 50 men will
start work on the roundhouse build
ing on Tuesday tfltfi'fiffig ' ftext, .and
other gangs are being preparecjL to
commence work on other buildings to
be built by the company,within the
next few weeks.;'   Jfflj    (
According to Cdldifer 'Davidson the
shops will first have'TTSajSScity or ten
cars each day, which wlll later be Increased as the demand warrants.
MAKING
ASSIZES NEXT WEEK
���i *,.::.
Jury to Pass on In-^artarvt Cases Will
' ���""   :""   *&
Be Chosen fror^.Thfrty-nine
Names���Convl^&t^WlneBS.
Service lias heen secured cn nearly
all of the names drawn for grand ancl
petit jury service lor the assizes ne.v
week. New Westminster as usual predominates in both lists, although th<��
greater number are , from outside
points, from the ��9 jurors in tho
petit list the jury which may be called upon to pas3 on the guilt cr innocence of Charles Dean and the two
prisoners accused of murdering Guard
Joynson at the penitentiary will be
selected
i bnoemtng the latter the man Wilson, who was wounded In the neck
during the flght. has; since the prelim
inary trial, been. seUuialy, ill- However, it ia now expectea thai he and
Sir.iih, both cf wticm 31*0 being kept
under the strictest suijVeillance, will
be able tc a;-penr, 'apri'^ answer tiie
capital charge preferred against them.
The list rf grind jyrors follows:
Howard    D.  Freer,  Haney;    Charles
FOR SALE
Nice new five room Bungalow, with all modern conveniences, full
sized ct-ment basement, piped tor furnace. This house ia beautifully
situated in the West End and close  to the car.
PRICE $2800; .1/3 Cash and the Balance to Arrange
For   Further   Particular*   Apply to
Wm. McAdam
P. O. Box 874.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Phone 498. Room 1 Westminster Trust Block.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED     i
R. HE 5SIE
The comedian juggler at the Royal theatre
today, Is   a good    entertainer.
GOVERNOR GENERA!
GIVES EXTRA MEDAl
Karrtf. Pr^eman.   Mis-
Davis,   Sar.l
slon; \\*. .1. Fra3-,M\ .. Huntingdon;
Joseph J. Kreeman, N'ew Westminster; John H. Ford,' Chilliwack;
D-jv-id Douglas, New .Westminster,
John A. Kvans, ChiJllWtfcK; J. t\. Diamond. New '.'.'estminster; E. B. De la
Glrcdy, Abbotsford; James. Frew,
Westham Island; Stanley E. Edwards,
Hew  Westminsteri   Sidney    Durham,
MM LEE CHOSEN
PRESIDENT OF UNION
tContlnued from ra;e one)
McNaughfs proposal that the poll
tax be turned into a health protection txx mainly to assist in the flght
against the great white plague.
A suggestion from a Vancouver
delegate that the clause in the Municipal Clauses act calling for the exemption lit taxation on church sites
be eliminated, gave rise to a discus-
aista on lbe exemption of hospital
builtttuRF, church sites and buildings,
cemeteries, municipal Improvements
am property, orpbauage Institutions
and crown property, all of which are
at present free from tax.
A resolution tbat the union execu-
tJTe Uke up with tbe provincial gov
ernment and Dominion, if necessary,
tbe eliminating of local Improvement
tax exemptions cf the various classes
sot Und property noted was carried.
Another mot dm proposed by Councillor Campbell, of South Vancouver,
thai -a8 lax exemptions concerning
*.���eral taxation, too, be done away
witli in respect to land, was also
pttiscd.
'fhe  union  will  seek  to  have    all i
iliialifH (l   municipal    analyistu   given J
power to enforce tbe Dominion Pure
Feed act wbich would have In reality j
thc effect of making them local Do-'
minion   onalyista.    'Hie   members   of
parlia.m��mt concerned will be asked to
hclji <m Uie movement,
A motion from Reeve Harvey, of
Point firey, governing lhe payment of
��� city aldermen anfl mayors was car-
Tied. The seals be ..proposed, which
���would be retroactive for one year,
-man xb follows; Places under 5000
"population, councillors $<on; mayor or
.reeve $1000; between 5000 and 10.000
population. S600 ami $2500; 10.000 to
15180, ��1000 and X3500; 15,000 and
over, $1200 and S5000.
Miss  Bcatri:e   KnowJo!!   I3  Recipient
of Special Mark of Favor to
Westminster.
sitting member for corrupt acts by
agen til, took place today and re^.ilted
In the loturn of Cardin, Liberal, by a
majority of 301, tho complexion of
ihe division thus remaining un
changed.
No member ct the government visit
ed the constituency during the cam
paign, the   leading   speaker   on th'
j Conservative side beins Sir Rodolplr
I Forget.    The  Liberals  on   the  othe
' hand had the ad vintage of a meeting
addressed by Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
In cotnmfenjpxaticn cf the roceiu
visit of H. K. 1). lhe Duke tjf Connaught. wh.ch took place c.i September 21. the sclioob bt Ndw Westmin
sttr aud its citizens in general bave
good cause to feel proud, for still another pupil has boen presented with a
medal for proficiency in'tha entrance
e:*a!r,inaticns.
it will he remembered  that    tw
EARL AND COUNTESS
EXCITE REVELCTOKE
Revelstoke, Oct. 24.--Oreat excite-
rieut was in evidence at cne cf thc
local hotels yesterday when it was
d'Bcovered that a young Englishman
and h's wife, registered as Mr. and
Mrs.   Martin,  from   Quebec,  were  no
FIVE HUNDRED DRIVEN
TO :.TREr.T DY FLAME3
Dewdne*.
��� The following me those who will
serve on the pTWyWyj?*^?-.
Allen T, Dttncin, car builder, New
Westminster.
Thomas Elder, farmer, New Westminster.
Andrew Duilcp, teamster, New
Westminster!
Jchn E. Ford, farmer, Chilliwack.
Frank B. E<::i:s,, real estate. New
Westminster, . ;�����* ������ j
David Fetieplev, farmer, Chilliwack.
Logan W. L. Davis, farmer, Tynehead. *.::-      '���
Sidney L, Ford, f^per, Chilliwack.
Walter o. DearaiSp, blacksmith,
New Westminster.   "-..,. \
John T. De'^rtster^ftrmer. Clayton.
James A. Ebert.V'5'contractor, Sapperton. ,
John Duncan, mechanic, New West
minster. (
J. W. Fletcher   farmer, Chilliwack.
Alexander B. Di<?kfe, plasterer, Chilliwack. -V ���'-
E. J. Dickenson fanner, Port Hammond. ,.'" :x\
Davis Ellis, carpenter,'ladner.
Ei-ne^t   Ft-��pw.  tarteer.   Sardis.
Albert Daifymptb, farmer, Shortreed.
Frank Davis, fishpacker, Westham
Island.
John Elder, drive&pfitew-. Westmin-
Charles Donahue, ujJsjBiterer, New
Westminster.      _.       W
Robert. Dori'IasT^ ffljllwrlght, New
Westminster. x^-j'
W, V. Everatt, fanner, Upper Sumas.
Munroe   Ferguson,   farmer,   Mount |
Lehman. . t *���
P"ter S. Evet^li fc fBnpar, Chilliwack. ���'
Edwin Down, Barker, )<sdner,
r.eorz" A. Doc'sieader, farmer
Hammond. '���;  '
llere-t'T'l n, Kvton, far-"<>r   Ladder
Pmderlck Fredriclison, farmer. Mil-
aqni. .       1    .
'���"""' I'. Doane. pH'i"tPr; New Westminster,
'���-"���"������y Day, team3tar; njnrth r.oid
Surrev.
llrrafp jr   T^vptt^T   *nr*tti\**   ":\**e".
c]*i**t'*i    tr.    K'cichoff,   electrician
NO"'    W'eM nr lr--'tc^_
Veto- ". E'nk'horr.Mettririan, New
Westminster.
Aldr'de Drinkwater, farmer, Surrey".    ,
C^irie3 W. lAvlj, f-irmer, Chilli-
wae't.
Ceorqe Dif''*. f"""ier. ftaHls.
Tohn E. Dojn?V% clerk. Maple
Rid?e.
r-i.o-trn      Q,    Fltrslmoni,    farmer
cv)ni|"ici:.
���'JwrtfTs    Ofee,    2*]ew    Yv'cBtm'nster
Oct.. 21, 1512.    .;',. ',
sir.dents of the    Hoyal   City
were presented  with medals by    tho
Duke of Connaught following the cer;-
mony cf laying the comer stone    cf
the Connaught  High    school.    Tlies-
were Miss Madeline Fisher, who head-!
cd the lists in the entrance examination, and Reginald Moore,.for captur-1
Ing first place in the McGill matrlcu
iation examination.
So highly pleased was   the    Duk- j
with  the 'reception  accorded  him   In \
this city that a special    medal    has
beon received from the Governor Gen-1
eral to be awarded to the pupil who |
gained second honors in the entrance .
examination.    Miss Beatrice Ki-owdel! 1
is the fortunate    student,    and    the |
I pleasing ceremony of conferring tbi-'
1 high honor upon her was enacted a; j
tii" High school yesterday morning.
j    Principal McMillan   addressed   the >
students, while the presentation was j
made by Mlss Strong, preceptress 01
the F. W. Howay schocl.
school",  other than the  Earl and Countess  of
Durrey.
Selected House Buys
The following list speaks far Itself. There ls not one Item, but
is good    to   the superlative degree.
This office has the finest selection of house properties for sale In
the city, acting a3 agents for proprietors, who are reasonable When
it comes to price and terms. Scan thia list���if what you want ls not
there, come to the office and we will go through our listings iWitb '
ycu. .������' -
For Sale���0 roomed house cu Hamilton street; built-in Buffet,
Beamed Ceiling, panelled Dining room, Fireplace, Furnace, Stationary Wash Tubs, Electric Light Fixtures, full sized basement, nice
lawn and flowers; all fenced connected with sewer. $300.00 Cash
will handle this; balance monthly or most any terms.
For Sale���Nice 5-rocmed lv use. steam heated, facing on 13th
street; close to 7th avenue, good view; .$3600.00, J300 Cash, balance
33 rent.
For Sale���4-rocmed house cn 10th t3treet; close to 8th avenue;
large lot, 66x100; all cleared and In garden; price $2325, $423 cash,
balance $13.0:) per month.
For Sale���5-roomed house on Sth avenue between lst and 2nd
street;    $235C00,    $203    Cish, and $.'5.00 per month.
Tor Sale���Beautiful new 7-roomed house on -Ith street; all modem iu ev-i.ry way;  price $4233, $1C30 Cash, balance cn good tcruu.
The Peoples Trust Co,tJ
451 Columbia Street
RESULT IN RICHELIEU
Cardin Holds Scat for Liberals by 301
Majority.
Sorrel, Que.. Oct. 24.���The bye-elr��
tion for tho House of Commons to fll'
the vacancy for the county of Rlehe
lieu, caused by the unseating of th��
eWc
*r
TO  WAR
Chicago.   Oct.   21.--More   then   50) | BULGARIA *'
I��troii3 of thn   Morrlsou   Hotel   nni | ""'
Hotel Veley fled to the   street while I
flreracn quenched the flamd in thel To""*"1 ('*-* 'M.���Theo. t>*.****-������i���
employees' an rev of the Morrison lat * r'<o. n t4fn����-old ���������'>;ar<?n. it--*. ���*-?*
last niRht. Three women and one '" *hp '','vr''%'^��W|w|jjfa^nr"'n''
cmm. ��".t-lining on a (Ire escape, wer". o'��*r-'rf vHt> .- �����< M'n-r 'tiWr rf sci-t
.rescued bv ppVceraen. , | ep��-s '""���*** " teVn*y wori'^\on.
AA Wtlgas'l, tlie  pugll'n.-anti   hWi     I'r'-ad thf'-i;h����lcl��c rt r Grensd'o-
^Jfe, ^ere   among   those jsvbfo.'fled , "'id Cc"~Isslf't^t Stn'r. nllr""'l h'".i
Xwara thei *mnl;e-l)lled nppoy'nloisvu.   ' fr> HA  '"* he ":*��* in'* *������* *�� -il'st foil vdh an Vour h<*tt**.*> the flre -as  *h* ���'*"���<    w"VW*j*w��t��fn of n*carn;
���%.m,ffmr control,     Tin- less was about Si��fl had *.>.:b��;..(B(5QOff����i-nn th'; 00m-
��3000*1. vlalcaaU ltad icft fcr the fir.ng ur.e.
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LARGEST LIST OF
WATERFRONTAGE
ACREAGE and LOTS
THREE SNAPS
Fifty foot line orchard V*
high ground and low pre, ?550.
(Jood terms.
Fifty foot lot rn Sixth stroet,
nt-ar clty. only $<i50.
Three lots, 4U177 feet each.
on Sixth street car line. Qu 0'<
Bale at JiOOO, for the three.
Terms.
Werner, fcngs & Co.
Phone 1024.
Colriicutt  9I1..      Ejst  Burnaby1'.
HE f ACTS ON PRICES
D
^O you ever stop to reason why some people go to
Vancouver to buy shces when they can buy them
for less money down at 641 Front Street. We have
the Most Varied Stock of Footwear in New Westminster. We Sell Shoes. We have no hot air to peddle;
just legitimate trading. vour Dollars Expand Here, at
the home of low prices.   Out of the High Rent District
DOWN TO FACTS:
For Girls
For Men
For Ladies
khran *.     Vhcct     BoctJ,     52.00
i SU-.i   tor
The Dictator Shos, usual  price
KOO.    40  pairs  left  at
Clippers and Oxfords, value to
$4X0.   Your Pick fer
��jj> t��* aCJPO
$1.95
95c
For Boys
For Men
Men's Boots
Tho V/cs'on  Coot, slzoa to 5's,
v.-.ar  lixe  Oun   Metal, for
term   Rubbers,  All   sizes,   reg.
$1.23 value for
400   pairs,   20   different   klnda,
your Pick of them for
4$ 1 ��� / *3
75c
$1.95
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
THE POPULAR SHOE STORE
641 Front Street, Corner of McKenzie.      J
The *pot for Good Goods and Extraordinary Yaluec.   Westminster's Snap Special,
uts and Solo Agents in the City for the Famous "K" Boots.
OPEN  EVENINGS
is FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
WESTMINSTEk DAILY NEW8
PAGE FIVE
ra^Hfi!!
KERR, Manager.
TWO SOCCER GAMES
BASKETBALL SEASON
IS LAUNCHED TONIGHT
Everything Is in readiness for   the
Wlll RF DFflOFD """"',,r gameof ba8ketban *hi h *'"
"Tcmcrrow Bankers Meet Strong Bur
r.aby Team���Moose and Mllltla
\ Will Mix.
Two interesting soccer games are
scheduled for Saturday auuruoon by
teams in the Clfjf league. At Moody
park the Cankers and Uurnaby will
mix things, while at Sapperton tbe
104th regiment and Uie Moose wil1
meet for the first time.
The financial men have gone right
through from the start of the season
with an unblemished slate, but they
are,liable to meet their Waterloo tomorrow, for certain rumorB have beer,
floating around regarding the finding
of several stars by the suburbanites.
Tint Mabouey will handle the whistle
in iliis game, a start being made at'
���2': to o'clock.
The Moose and 104th regiment appear to be about evenly matched, and
several new players have been unearthed. Mr. W. Newsome has been
appointed to officiate at this Interesting contest.
Some changes have been necessitated in the Hankers' ltne-up owing to
the absence of Murray. The team as
chosen is as follows: Goal, Dawe;
backs. Stacey (captain) and Shildrick;
halves. Flood, Scott and Hamilton;
forwards, Thompson, Mtlchell, Dun-
ford. Sellery and Pitcairn. Spares,
Adams and Mclvor.
A postponed game will also be played at Sappertou on Monday at 3
o'clock against the Moose, in wbich
the same team will represent the
Hankers with the exception of Thompson, whose place will be taken by
Adams.    Spares, Mclvor and Wilson.
*M staged iji. the Y, M. C; A. gymnasium this'evening. Th^ 104th and
the "Y's" aire the contestants; and
judging from the showing made by
the septettes In practice games during the past two weeks, the curtain
raiser shouid be a hummer from start
to finish.
The start will be made at 8 o'cloc"
with Instructor O. I. Sovereign hand
ling the whistle. The following play
ers will represent the Y. M. C. A.
Guards, Doherty and Cooper; centre
Storme; forwards, Hardman and Gil
ley.
The  line-up of the  104th regimen
team will    be   as   follows:    Guard
McKay and    Mathews;    centre, Wi?
?lnB; forwards, Oxenbury   and   Co*
bett.    Spare, Mortison.
Entirely New
Program for
Today and
Tomorrow.
ROVERS TACKLING
CELTICS TOMORROW
C.rong  Eleven Will  Co Over to Recreation   Park���Vancouver  Line-up
'��� -  ���       V/itl Be Wwhwn
-      WESTMINSTER CUP.
Rovers Versus Hibernians on Thanks
giving  Day.
The first round of the Westminstei
cup will be played on Moody park on
Thanksgiving Day afternoon, the
Rovers meeting the Hibernians of
Vancouver. This trophy was donated
bv Mr. Phil Samphor, vice-president
of the Vancouver and District league,
and a resident of Burnaby, early thia
spring tq be competed for by the
clubs comprising the league.
On the showing made in past games
the Rovers should emerge from the
flrst encounter with flying colors, bui
football at the best is a fickle game
and the Westminster boys will hav.-
to be on their best mettle if they hop
to anrer the victory.
Ab this ia the only Important sport
Ing fixture for Thanksgiving Day, i
bumper crowd should greet the con
testing teams.
��� Runby Referee.
At present Westminster has nt
referee affiliated to the Vancouvei
union, and to remedy this it ha3 bee;
decided to recommend the anpoiit
ment,of Mr. D. S. SaunderB, of thi.
city. Mr. Saunders has played th<
Kame both In Wales and with the cli"
Vancouver Welsh club, and has beer
seen in Westminster colors also. Hi
has a thorough knowledge of th'
gamo. and his selection Is a happ>
one.
Mix With the Bunch
m***aa**0af**f****\S a
THE KING'8 HOTEL HAS THE
Finest Pool Tables in the City
All the latest news In the sport line.
English football, results   and   leagu,
standings.
John   Hotchkles
PROPRIETOR.
King's Hotel. Columbia Street.
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THURS, OCT. 31
muiMJLMftfflrMMHOTa
THEJK6fflPUY0FimiTIMf
The P.over.) ��ill Invade tlie precincts of Recreation park, Vancouver,
for the first time this season on Sat
ui:iay arternoon when they meet the
Celtics. 9o far the local team has
jet io lose a game and is only one
point behind the Thistles.
Manager Uraht. following the showing made by his team against the
Celtics on Moody park last Saturday,
is fielding his strongest eleven against
the Scotchmen. I.ydn and Ferguson
will both be ln shape for this game so
that lt wlll be a matter of hard picking to select the team.
Reports from Vancouver bring out
the fact that the Celtics are by no
means satisfied with their showing
made on Saturday last and several
new players are scheduled for the
line-up.
The Rovers' eleven, wlll be selected
from the following list: Collier, Lyon,
Hotchkles. McMillan, Brace, Meiklejohn, Smith, Hayes, Carlnduff. Walker.
Caydzlen, McLeod, Field and. Donald.
All players and supporters are requested to meet, at the B. C. E. R.
depot, boarding the 1:15 car tor the
Terminal City.
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��� BRITISH   FOOTBALL.      "���
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The tollowlng tables an* compiled
���carefully and are up to date, Including  mid-week games:
Southern Lesoue.
Teams-              P.   W.   L.   D. P.
Swindon     9 6     2     1 13
Millwall A 8 5     1     2 12
Plymouth A 9 6   '3      1 11
Queen's Park R. .. 8 4   >T     8 11
Weat "sm V 8 4-2    2 10
Crystal Palace .... 8 3     ,2     3 ��
Coventry C �� 3     3     3 0
Brighton and H. A. fl 4     4     1 S
Reading     8 4     8     1 9
Northampton  ..   ..10 8     4     8 9
Wat'ord    10 3     4     3 9
Mekhyr Town .... 6 31    2 9
FitSWt Cltv 1 3.2     2 8
Norwich City  9 8     4 v 2 8
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HOCKEY LINE UP
IS STILL INTACT
Lester    Patrick   on     Roya?    Team���
Hockey War Is Dead���V.'crk
on Arena.
The war between the N. H. A. and
the Paclflo Coast Hockey league has-
simmered down aud died, according
to Lester Patrick, whn returned fron:
the East yesterday. Lester has sign
ed all tha stars he wants, aod to New
Westminster fans especially, he come-
out with the announcement that the
Royal line-up of 1911-12 is still intact
while one ot the best players In the
East wlll probably be added to* the
roster.
"All tMs talk about a -hockey war
ls dead," says Lester, "for at the ont
set of my stay in the East I gave the
promise that there was to be no
meddling with players who had already aigned contracts.'
"So far nothing has bsen dene with
the proposed hockey commission, but
I have hopes that before another year
has passed a commission regulating
'<* hockey game throughout the Dt*
minion will be in force."
The machinery tor the arena tn New
Westminster ls how In Vancouver and
Victoria, and given good weather, the
building to house lt will soon be
roofed. That Is the only phase or
the situation whloh Is worryln*th8
locnl magnates, but once the ccfc^C
Is let, which wlll be ln the next Wree
days, orders wtll be issued to the
contractor to rush things if he has to
work night and day. *�� .
Playing on their own rink a septette
can display a better brand of hockey
and with the same good spirit that
developed among the players last season It wtll not be many months before the C. P. R. Is requested to hani
over the pasteboard which will denote
transportation to Quebec where the
Stanley cup now has Its home.
DOCTORS   8CORE.
PLATED TWO YEARS
AT THE PLAYHOUSE. N.Y,
Seats oc sale at tidy,
Phone L1S4. Mall onion 3alc Monday.
"THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER."
There Is not a dull moment ln th'
entire production of "The Chocolat-
Soldier." which played to a capacit
house at the Westminster opera hous
last night, and tbat the audience ap
predated this fact, along with th-
excellent work ot the entire company
was amply demonstrated by their gen
erous affplause tor every number, or
course "My Hero," ts tbe real musics
piece of the show, and Miss Rena
Vivienne as Nadlna, brought out all
there was ln lt. Mlss Vlvienne's vole
Is excellent, and her acting was fully
up to the standard.        '
All of the principals are far ahead
ot the usual road companies, due "t"
the fact that*niany df them hsre beet-
with the company since tbe flrat pre
ductlon. Tbe chorus, of whloh' th"
audience saw not as much as Is usual
was pretty, and well trained.
George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and
the Man" has not suffered a bit by ite
adaptation to oomle opera, and th��
fund of humor which Is apparen-
throughout the piece was much ap
predated. The comedy Is of a hlgl
order and ls very different fitm many
of the musical comedies which ar ���
seen nowadays.
Manager Tidy received many ex
pretalons of appreciation trom th ���
theatregoers as they vere leaving
and assurances of continued good sup
port for the better classes of show-
which he proposes to bring to th <
opera house before the wjnter . it
over. "Bought and Paid For," which
follows next Thursday night, Is ex
pected to draw as well as did las
night's winner.
FOR RENT
STORE and basement on Begbie street just off Colnmbia street
size 30 feet by (56 feet.   Immediate possession.
' FOUR STORES in the new building on Columbia street, at the
corner of Brunette street, Sapperton. .This block haa just been completed and is thoroughly up-to-date ia every way.
* ftuir particulars on application to '
WESTMINSTER TRUST, UNITED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office: 28 Lorne Street,  New Westminster.
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spuds, or other commodity, which require dry and frost-proof housing. x
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Campaign tn London Wins, for Chancellor Announces Higher Pees.
London. Oot. 24.���The doctors
have acored lu their campaign agalnat
Chancellor Lloyd George's Insurance
J>HI. f*r the ehaheellor has announced
that he Is prepared tto pay them fees
Of �� shillings per Insured patient
yearly, inclusive of drags. Thta ta an
Increase on the original terms ottered
to, the doctors, whloh were 8 shillings
for each Insured person, Including
drugs.
This concession will entail an addi
tional chance on the exchequer of $8,-
200.000 yearly.
Although Sir Clifford Allbut, the
famous physician, who ls a member
of the Insurance advisory, says the'
chancellor's proposition ought to ba
acceptable to the medical profession
many doctors have already expressed
strong vl#r> against It. If ,*ls
acheme fa*, a
REGIMENTAL ORDERS
OF THI 104TH REGIMENT
All members of A and B companies
and regimental staff must retnrn all
belts, aide arms and great coata tc
the armouries.
The semi-annual Inspection nf armand stores will -be held on Wednesday
October 80, by Captain V. W. L
Moore, district adjutant, and the
members of the corra must retun>
their equipment ln time for this Inspection.
By order,
P. H. SMITH, Adfet��nt.
that are built equally for good
appearance and good service, of
course you want all you can get
of both* Some especially striking patterns in the new Check
Cloth Hats for Young Men at
$1.50 and up.
'������'It'.Hlit ���
2 rice will be created.
Johneen Qul's faloon.
Chicago. Oct. *4-~Jack Johnson
will retire ffotn the ealoon business
In Chicago on November 1, according
to an announcement made b.v .the olty
officials today. The saloon lloenso under whloh he has been  operitlng  ti
.���_    -..      -   _^ _. owned   by a>',brewery and Jptrosoa'j
national medical aer- contract, to use It expires on Not.   1
and will not ba. renewed.
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WESTMINSTER DAIL?  NEWS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, ',2',2.
By-Law No. 120A
A By-law to Enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to Raise
by Way of Loan the Sum of
$250,000.00 for Street Purposes.
WHEREAS it is necessary and expedient that the Council of the said
Corporation be authorized to borrow
the mm of Two Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) to
provide for improving certain roads
within the limits of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it is necessary to
raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it will he necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty dollars and Eighty-
aeven cents ($2,630.87)  principal and
the    sum   of Eleven Thousand, Two
Hundred  and  Fifty   ($11,260.Q0)   dollars interest making together a total
amount  annually  of  Thirteen  Thousand, Bight Hundred and Eighty Dollars and Eighty-seven cents ($13,880.-
87) for the term of forty years for the
repayment of the said loan and interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
AND  WHEREAS the net value of
the whole rateable    land in tbe Municipality  according    to  the  last  revised   assessment   roll   amounts   to
Twenty   Million, Five   Hundred   and
Seventv-six  Thousand, Two  Hundred
and Five Dollars ($20,576,205.00) dollars.
AND WHEREAS the total existing
debenture debts of the Municipality is
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand, Five Hundred ($1,-
533,500.00) dollars exclusive of Local
Improvement debt secured by special
rates or assessments of which none of
the vote of the Electors of the District of Burnaby will be taken on the
above mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to    take the vote of
such electors with the usual powers
In that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
ARTHUR G. MOORE, Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C��� Oct. 19, 1912.
By-Law No. 121A.
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of $50,000.00 for
the purpose of providing and building
additional sidewalks within the Limits
ot the Municipality:
WHEREAS, it is necessary and expedient that the Council of the said
Corporation be authorized to borrow
the sum of Fifty. -Thousand ($50,-
000.00) dollars to provide for the construction of additional sidewalks within the limits of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, it is necessary to
raise the moneys required >t�� defray
the above expenditure upon the credit
of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, it will be  necea-
i^ry. tp rats? annually hy special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred and Ninety-seven dollars ad Five
cents   ($2,497,06)   principal   and   the
sum of Two Thousand, Two Hundred
and Fifty ($2,250.00)   dollars  interest
making together  a total   amount  annually of Four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty-seven dollars and Five
cents ($4,747.05)  for the   term of fifteen years for the repayment of the
said  loan, and interest    thereon    as
hereinafter mentioned.
AND, WHEREAS, the net value ot
the whole rateable land in the Munici
Mr. Coldicutt's Office, East Burnaby.
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burnaby.
Mr. Ceperley's Store, Burnaby Lake.
Lakemere School, Lakemere.
Public Notice is hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of the Dis
trict of Burnaby will be taken on the
above-mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to take the vote of
such electors, with the usual powers
in that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
ARTHUR  G. MOORE, Clerk
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Household Vot-rs.
Applications to be plumed   on    the
Household Voters' List will be received up to November 1, 1912.
The qualification is being a British
subject of full age and a resident
householder for six months immedi
ately preceding the date of application, and as such householder having
paid a rental value of not less than
One Hundred Dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk
City Hall, October 10. 1912.
I )��'! Illlllll in l in �������������� i �� tQ
Virion
Was It a Vision or a Real
Experience?
By Frank C. Dana
Qi . mi ���!������'������ l.��� Illlllll �����������! |Q
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COM
PANY, LTD.
  pality according to   the   last   revised
the principal or interest is In arrears, i assessment roll   amounts   to Twenty
AND WHEREAS to provide for tha
payment of interest and the creation
of a Sinking Fund for the payment of
the sa'd principal sum of $250,000.00
It will be necessary to levy a special
annual rate sufficient to raise the sum
ef Thirteen Thousand, Eight Hundred
end Eighty dollars and Eighty-seveir
cents ($13,880.87) the amount to be
calculated annually on the whole of
the rateable land comprised within
the Municipality.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the purposes aforesaid to borrow or-raise b.v
Million, Five Hundred and Seventy-
six Thousand, Two Hundred and Five
doiiars ($20,576,205.00).
AND, WHEREAS, the total existing
debenture debt of the Municipality is
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand Five Hundred ($1,-
333,500.00) dollars, exclusive of local
Improvement debts secured by special rates or asssessments of which
none of the principal or interest is in
arrears.
AND, WHEREAS, to provide for
the payment of interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the payment of the said principal sum of
$30,000.00 it will be necessary to levy
a special   annual   rate   sufficient    to
���way ot loan from any person or body raise the sum cf Four Thousand
or bodies corporate who may be will seven Hundred and Forty-seven dol
ing to advance the Bame upon thenars and Five cents t?4.747.05i file
credit of the debentures hereinafter amount to be calculated annually or
mentioned a sum not exceeding $250,- the whole of the rateable land com-
000.00 and to cause the same to be I prised within the Municipality,
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada! NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
at the City of New Westminster, Brit-   Council of the Corporation of the Dis
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
It is the intention of the Harbour City
Electric Company. Limited, after one
month from the 25th inst. to make application to the Registrar of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval ol
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Com
pany,.Limited, to The Harbor City
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th   day of September
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON,
Solicitor for the Company.
I have till recently been a disbeliever
tn wbat we call tbe supernatural���that
is. communication between the living
sud tbe dead. 1 wus willing to admit
that strange things may point to kuc-Ii
communication, but supposed those-
strange things to be manifestations of
natural laws of which we hare not
thus far taken cognisance. Recently,
however, that hns bapitened to me
which, hns made a convert of me to
the supernatural theory.
Since Uiiu strungf .happening to me
I haxe jMiew theory. It la that while
oui bod Ic* are built up on the same
general mechanical plan, our souls differ widely; that aome persons have s
gift of discerning spirits and some*
persons tout of the body) have tbe power of manifesting themselves to mor-
tnis. But I wlll tell my story and leave
(he reader to form his own theories.
1 hnve come to be forty years old
without marrying. Recently I met In
Venice an American lndy. the tirst wo-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of saie
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly con
fidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Mer
chant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715
Ish Columbia, to the credit of the said
Corporation, for the purposes and with
the objects above Bat, forth and to issue any number of debentures of thn
said Corporation to the sum of Two
Hundred and Fiftv Thousand ($250.-
000.00) dollars in the whole in accord
ance with the "Municipal Act.'
And the said debentures shall
be issued to consist of 513 debentures
each of the denomination of One
Hundred Pounds Sterling (��100)
and one debenture of the amount of
Xfi9 178 "d being the Sterling equivalent of $230,000.00 at the rate of $4.86
trict of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1.    lt shall be lawful tor the Heeve
and Clerk of the Council for the pur
poses aforesaid to  borrow or raise b.v
way cf loan from any person or bod.'
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance   the  same upon    the
credit of the   debentures   hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding   $50.
000.00, and to cause the same   to   b.?
placed In the Royal Bank of Canada a
the City of New Westminster. British
Columbia, to  the credit tf  the   said
Corporation for Wp purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to is
FRATERNAL.
IX)YAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Vibiting P
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Dictator; E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
2-.1 to the one pound Sterling, each de- sue any number of \lebenture3 of the
benture  |>eing also    expresnod  to  be said  corporation  to  the sum  of $30.-
payable  in Canadian    Currency com 000.00 in the whole in acordanee with
puted at such rate, and  such deben- the     "Municipal      .Art."     And      the
tures shall have annexed thereto cou- said  Debentures shall    be issued   to
pons expressed both  in  Sterling and consist of 102 debentures each of the
I. O. O. F AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
Tbe regular meeting of Amity lodgt
No. 27. I. O. O. F., is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth    street.     Visiting    brethern
cordially Invited.   C. B. Bryson, N.
G.;  R. A.   Merrithew, V. G.;  W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
Currency for the interest thereon at
the rate of four and one-half (4,/bi
per centum per annum payable half
yearly on the 80th day of June and
the 31st day of December in each
year. And such Sterling debentures
shall be delivered to the purchasers
of the aaid debentures. And both as
to principal and interest shall be pay
able al the OfTce cf the Dank nt Montreal In London, Kngland, or In Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver, Canada,
or In New York, at holder's option.
And the principal of the said deben
tures shall be payable on the Thirty-
first day of December a. D, 11152.
2. There shall be raised und levied
annually by a special rate sufficient
therefor on all rateable land within
lh" limits of the sa'd Municipality thc
Bum of Two Thouaand, Sl* Hundred
and Thlrtv Dollars and Eighty-seven
cents ($2,630.87) for the purpose of
forming g Sinking Fund for the payment of the said debentures, nnd the
Bum of Eleven Thousand, Two Hundred and F fly ($11,250.00) dollars for
the payment of the interest at the
rate aforesaid, the said special rats
to ti" in addition to nil other rates to
ba levied and collected in the sal 4
Municipal,!, during the currency ol
the Baid debentures or any of them
:i. This By law shall talu> effect on
nnd nfter the Slxtoenth day of Nov
amber a. d, 1:112.
4. This By-law mav |,.. ,.'ted for
nil purposes as the "llurnabv Road
Improvement     Debenture      ny-law
1012." �������������
DONE    AND   PASSED    In    Open
Council thli Nineteenth tlnv of October. A. D. 1012.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors a' an Slectlop for the purpose
cn tlte day of AD
1512.
RECONSIDERED and Anally adopt
ed    by the    Council, signed    by th-s
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the
Corporate Seal all on the
day of a. D. 1912.
CMC. Reeve.
Take notice that   the   above   Is a
true copy of the proposed bylaw up
on which the vote of the Municipality
will  be  taken  on  Saturday  the  2nd
day   of   November, 1B12, between   9
o'clock a. in. until 7 o'clock p. m. at
the polling places:
Municipal Hall. Edmonds,
Agricultural Hall, Central Park.
Mr. Coldicutt's   Office, East    Burnaby.
Hamilton Rond R"i'ool. Bnrnultlam
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burnaby
denomination of One Hundred pound;
Sterling (��100) and one debenture of
the amount of ��72-l!l-6d. being thr
sterling equivalent of $60,000.00 a'
the **ite ot fl.W '/-.? tn the one pound
Sterling, each debenture being also
expressed to be payable in Canadian
currency computed ut such rate and
such debentures shall have annexed
thereto coupons .expressed both In
Sterling and Currency for the inferos'
thereon at the rate of four and one-
half (4'/4) per centum per annum payable half-yearly on the HOth day of
June and the uist day of December in
each year. And such Sterling deben
tures shall be delivered to the pur
chasers of the said debenturea, nnd
both as to principal and interest shall
be payable at the Ollice of the Dank
of Montreal In London, England, or in
Toronto, Montreal or in Vancouver
Canada, or In New York at holder's
option And lhe principal of the Bald
debentures shall be payable on the
Thirty-first day of December, A. D.
1927.
2. There shall be raised and levied annuallv by a special rate sufT
dent therefor on nil rateable land
within the limits of the said Munlcl
pallty the sum of Two Thousand. Fou'
''tindnd aid Nlnetv����ev��i dollars and
Five Cents ($2,497.05) for thi? purpose of forming a sinking fund for th<
payment of lhe satd debentures nnd
the sum of Two Thousand. Two Hun
dred and Fifty dollars (52250.00) for
the payment of the interest at the rate
aforsesald, the Bnld special rate to be
In addition to nil other rates to be
levied and collected in the said Mn
nicipality during the currency of the
said debentures cr any of them.
2. This By-law shnll take effect on
tnd after tbe Sixteenth day of November, A. D., 1912.
4. This By-law mnv he eilcr] fnr- nl'
ourposea as the "BURNABV SIDEWALKS EXTENSION BY-LAW, 1912"
DONE AND PASSED In Open Connell the Nineteenth day of October,
A. D., 1912,
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors al an election for the purpose on
the ��� day of A. D��� 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopted by the Council, Signed by fho
Reeve and Clerk nnd Sealed with the
Corporate Senl nil on the ��� day  of
 , A. D. 1912.
C. M. c,, Reeve.
Take Notice that the uhove ts a
true copy of the proposed by-law upon which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday, the 2nd
dav of November. 1912. between 9
', .>,Lj��������� , o'clock n. m. until 7 o'clock p. 1:1. nt
Mr. Ceperley's Store', Burnaby Lake,  the polling places:
Lakemere School, Lakemere. |    Municipal Hnll. Fd-^nrdH.
Public Notice Is hereby given that      Agricultural Hall, Central Park.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor. Etc. 552 Columbia
street, New Westminster. B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Office*.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
I. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-ut
lew, solicitor, etc. corner Columbl
snd McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O Uov 112. Tel*
phone 710.
P HAMPTON HOLE. BAiiiMSTEK
solicitor and notary, a I'i Colum Hi
street   Over C. P. R. Telegraph
McQUARRlE, MARTIN &. CASSADY,
Barrlbters and Solicitors. Itooms 7
and 8, Guichon biock. New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin, W. O.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Harris
ters nnd Solicitors, Westm.nste>
Trust hlock, Columbia street, Nev
Westminster, B.C. Cable nddresi
"Whiteside," Western Union. I'.O
Drawer 200. Telephone M>. W. J
Whiteside. II. L. Kdmonds
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I J. A. BURNETT AUDITOR ANI
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
HOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In the
hoard room. City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the tJird Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
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man to cause me to fee! that I wished
her to become one with ine. I wns
Introduced to her by a mutual friend
und from the moment I first saw her
I felt Rtrungely drawn to her. This
feeling grew as we enjoyed tlml Unique
city lu each other's company. Together we threaded the winding narrow
|uia.xngewnys-they cnniint lie called
streets���on which are displayed trinkets to tempt tourlHts. We strolled
Ubout St. Mark's square nnd fed the
pigeons there. Wc were rowed ou the
inniils, und nt evening under the light
of the moon we Joined 11 throng of gon
duliiH 011 the Lulttltl of the grand canal
Just off the doges' palace, their occu-
punt* listening to concerts 011 luiileru
lighted Hunters. ^
This In Itself wns enough to light the
llmne of love, but I urn sure that with
nut 11 we would hnve lored the snme
It wits one evening at l.ldo, a resort
near Venl. e. on the shore of the Adrl
Mtlc. that we agreed to pass wbnt remained uf our imt urn I lives together
Mlss Margaret Lawrence���she was ten
jeur* my Juiilor-uilinltted thai she. ns
I. experienced her tlrst love, 11 soul
love miller than a physical love, ror
neither of us was tn the ttrsl Hush ot
youth.
We spent a pnrt of (he winter together In Florence, Rome and Naples,
each nml all places nverlluwiug with
ilinl which appeals to persons who'love
11 rl anil. 11 hove 11 rl, to dwell wbere
dwell J.ikki years ago living, sentient
iielngs uf whiini we know much At
the cmtiltig of the new year J was
"bilged to return lo America. I snllcd
from Naples oue afternoon when the
sun stood low over the beautiful bay
nud with a glass could see my love
standing nn the sen wall gazing nfter
'lne till dlMawe caused her lo fade
from luy eyes.
Several months must puss before nhe
would Join me. hut lu the meanwhile
I would lie Interested In preparing our
future home. As soon ns I reached
America 1 commenced these prepnrn
tlons, but even Ihey could not take
sway a loneliness ihnt I had never
experienced before. I counted Ihe
weeks till I should l>e united to one
I could not Imt esteem a companion of
tbe soul ns well us of the flesh. Why
I felt so toward my Margaret I was
at a lorn to know. 1 only knew thut
I so regarded her. '
The spring opened, and wilh It I received n letter from England giving rae
lhe sailing date of Ihe woman whose
coming meant no much to me. I mark
ed off ench dsy on my calendar to Intervene between the prenent and her
arrival, I rend of tbe sailing or her
ship and was looking forward to our
reunion when-
One night I went to bed very early,
having been up the night hefore working on Hie furnishing of our home. I
had nut been asleep more than nn hour
befure I was awakened by a chilly feeling I drew more blankets over me,
but 1 could nut get warm.   1 lay shiv
ering, bjt. being sleepy, pnssed Into a (
condition that can only be described j
as half asleep and half awake.
I was again on the Grand canal st 1
Venice with Margaret But lustead of
the season being summer It was win- !
ter. Tbe stars were shining above, j
but, oh. bow cold! My teeth chatter- 1
ed; Margaret's teeth chattered. But |
despite tbe fact tbat we were locked *
In each other's arms we could not get
warm. t     I
St. Msrk'a square was lighted, ns It '
always Is at night, and ns I gusted
the lights seemed to be slowly sinking.
There was a strange look about tbem.
a ghostly look.   But they were too far
distant for me to see tbem plainly. I
They did not light the palace or the
Hon of St Mark's or the campanile. '
They seemed stretched along a huge. I
dark surface.
Then suddenly I beard a boom. It
seemed to me tbe doges' palace, tbat
had stood for centuries reflecting the
grandeur of a people who had long
ago passed away, had been blown up.
and tbe explosion was followed by a
wall I shall never forget���a wall unlike any I had ever heard before, a
wall of horrible despair.
The cold continued, and tben for tbe
first time I noticed that the tonal In
which we were floating was filled wltb
Ice. I had never thought of tbls sheet
of water, fitted especially for summer,
as being frozen. Huge cakes towered
about us, rubbing agnlnst us, and It
seemed at time* tbat they would crush
us or overturn na Into the cold, black
water.
There were other craft, too. with
wild looking perrons In them, pulling
nt huge oars, trying to keep free of tbe
Ice or to go somewhere. And I saw
persons struggling In the water, all
with agonized expressions on their
faces. Some of thera tried to cling to
our frail crnft. hut our gondolier pushed them off. All was confdslon In my
brain, for. while I was on the Grnnd
canal io Venice. 1 was at the snme
time out at sen.
But tbe most frightful part of this
experience wns yet to come. The
lights that I hnd been watching nnd
which stood on the water's very edge
slowly changed their position. Those
at one end disappeared, and those at
the other were elevated. Then the
latter slid down nnd went out
There were shrieks that froze me
with horror.
I shook myself In my bed nnd by nn
effort succeeded In throwing off my
trance. I knew that while my body
had been lu a warm bed my soul had
beeu elsewhere. Some great catastrophe bnd occurred, and from the first
1 connected Margaret with IL I lay
shivering, shuddering, till I could lle
no lunger, then got up and. putting on
a warm double gown, walked the Boor.
I whs tu un agony of feur nbout Mnr
gnreL
She was out on tbe ocean, nnd ns
I thought over the vlsjon In which 1
bud taken |>urt I felt sure that some
marine disaster hud happened to the
ship in which sbe had sailed. Tbere
wus no more sleep for me thut night,
and when morning cnme I wus unable
lo arise from my bed.
Fearing thnt some disease had attacked me lu the night. 1 sent for a
doctor, wbo cnme nnd suid that 1 was
threatened with pneumonia. He treat
ed tne. nnd when he came again In
tbe afternoon he found me out of bed.
The physical strain bad left me. but
the mental strain remained If tliere
hud been 11 catastrophe I had surely
been in It. and the shock hud remained
When In the ufternoon I took up nn
evening paper und saw Unit the ocean
liner ou which Margaret was coming
to me had struck un Iceberg, but was
Iieing lowed to land, all of her passen
nms and crew luivlng been saved. 1
knew that the unuuiiiicemeiit was not
correct I knew that nn ocesn tragedy hnd occurred. Whut concerned
me wus whether Margaret hnd beeu
saved
Then came a brief period during
which the extent of the dlsnster wns
not known, followed by the news thai
tbe ship hud gone down, and but a
third of those alma id her hnd been
taken from the bouts Into which they
hud been hurried lo 11 steamer and
were being brought to |iort The mimes
of those persons were being telegraph
ed. I saw umoug them th# uame of
Uiy beloved
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lfr
WbHI did my vision meun?   Not thai '    U*VM^Vancouver    tor Seattle   is
nhe  had died  nud exercised  s super    '     '"" "^        "' m    '
natural power to tnke me over miles
of Splice to witness thin terrible seen*
I  waited eagerly, not only to lie re
united with her after her terrible ex
jierleuce, but for ou explanation of mr
Htrnnge f Inion.
When the steamer bearing tbe res
cued nrrlred 1 wns st the dock.   One
hy one I *nw them come ashore, hut
not    Mnrgnret    Then    upon   Inquiry
esm* the blow,   Rhe hnd tieen removed
with nthwrs^lo one of tbe bouts, bnd
been tu ken from It into tbe rescuing
steamer In a serious condition and hsd
died on the Inward trip
I will not dwell on my loss.   Thst Is
one of the constantly  recurring  lie
reHvements  thnt  concern  us as Indl
vldusls. The other pert of my story
concerns us as human beings Each
Is welcome to draw bis own Inference
The only conclusion I have nrrlred at
Is thnt Margaret waa gifted wltb the
power while living and In tbe fare or
deatli to draw me to ber that I might
take pnrt wltb ber In wbat she was
enduring.
But back of this Is another Inference,' though I admit It la entirely my
own-tlmt tbls desire, mnde good by a
power to bring me over hundreds of
miles to her, was an expression of tbe
fact thnt two Individuals mny become
one In soul by tbe power of love. Be
this ns It may, I nm Jiving out tbe
remainder ot my life Impatiently waiting for n reunion with my otber soul
part Since the events I bare descrlb- Male help skilled or otherwise sup-
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Wednesdays.
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Thursday and Saturday.
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ve FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
3
PAOU seton.  -*
The Corporation of the
City of New Westminster
BY-LAW NO.
By-law to grant to Heaps Engineering Company, Limited, lease with
option to purchase certain lands
belonging to the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster and
situate on Lulu Island.
the   property of   the
on the plan hereto annexed.
Secondly: Commencing at a point
on the Northerly boundary of Ewen
Avenue, situated 56J) feet Easterly
from the intersection of tbe * said
Northerly boundary of Hwen Avenue
with the Easterly boundary of Furness Street; tbence North 27 degrees
36 minutes East a distance of 140
feet more or less to tbe High Water
Line of tbe Nortb Arm of tbe Fraser
River; thence Easterly along the said
High Water Line a distance ot 58 feet
more or less, thenee Soutb 5 degrees
32 minutes West a distance of 33 feet
more or less to a point'on tbe North-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ erly boundary of Ewen Avenue, thence
been made by tb* Heaps Engineering j South  57  degrees 36 minutes    West
WHEREAS tbe Corporation of th;
���City, of New Westminster is the owner
of certain lands on Lulu Island within the limits of tbe City ot Naw
Westminster,    and    application    has
Company, Limited, for lease witb option to purchase of tbe said lands for
the purpose of establishing thereon
the Industry known as tbe "Schaake
Machine Works," and to enlarge its
plant.
AND tbe Corporation of tbe City of
New Westminster has agreed to grant
the said lease in terms of the Indenture made a schedule to tbis By-law
and Incorporated herein.'
NOW. THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. There shall be granted to Heaps
Engineering Company, Limited, lease
with option to purchase of the lands
described in the Indenture of Lease
in the Schedule to this By-law in
terms cf said Indenture which is
hereby Incorporated witb and made
part *t this By-law.
2. The Seal of the Corporation   of..,n .
the City of New Westminster shall be,   ijyKe
affixed under the hands of the Mayor
and City Clerk to the said Indenture
of lease on the final passage of this
By-law.
3. This By-law shall take effect on
the 1st day of November, 1912, and
may be cited as the "Heaps Engineering Company, Limited, Lease By-law,
1912."
4. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED ln open Coun-
day of
A.D.
cil the
1912.       	
RECEIVED the assent of the electors the day of . A.D. 1912.
RECONSIDERED and  finally pass
ed the day of
City Clerk.
A.D. 191J.
Mayor.
along the Northerly boundary sf Ewen
Avenue, a distance of 137.7 feet to
ths point of commencement and containing an area of 0.13 acres be tbe
same more or less, as shown marked
"B" on tbe plan hereto anner.ed.
TOGETHER WITH the rights of thi
Lessor to the foreshore of the sale1
Fraser * iver adjoining the said land
and all riparian rights and other ar
phrtenances, rights and privileges tc
the sa'd land appertaining; tht
Leesee to conform to the harbor line
on any extension of wharf or structure over the waters 'of the Fraser
River.
RESERVING HOWEVER to the
Lessor right to make and maintain
a drainage ditch or lay a pipe for
conveyance cf sewerage or drainage
through the said lands in or along a
strip of land five (5) feet in width
on each side of the line marked
on  the plan hereto annexed
ll AND RESERVING FURTHER tc
the Lessor the right to lay and main
tain a water main through the said
lands in or along a strip of land twr
and one-half feet ln width on each-
side of the line marked "Water Main"
on the said plan hereto annexed.
PROVIDED ALWAYS that such reservation shall not interfere with the
right of  the  Lessee,  subject to  the
approval  of  the  City  Engineer  first
obtained,  to erect buildings on such
strip and to place foundations there-
i in  so long as drainage as aforesaid
is not interfered with.
I     TO  HAVE   AND   TO   HOLD     ths
said    demised    premises    unto    the
Lessee for the term of twenty   (20)
years to be computed frcm the first
day of September One Thousand Nine
Hundred  and   Twelve���SUBJECT   to
tbe reservations  as    regard    Parcel
"B" as hereinafter  mentioned.
I     YIELDING AND PAYING THERE
FORE yearly and every year during
the. said  term  unto  the Lessor    the
I suni of One Thousand Seven Hundred
i ard    SWtv-two    and    50-100    Dollar'
($1762.50) to be paid quarterly and It
I advance on the fl-st dav of September
December. March    and   June in each
year, the rent to start from the flrst
payment to be made on the fir9t day
"f December.    One    Thousand    Nine
Hundred and Twelve.
The Leasee COVENANTS with the
Lessor to pay  rent;
The Lessee COVENANTS with the
Lessor to pay taxes on the value of
the land, as assessed from time tc
time, but no assessment shall be
made at a higher rate than the assessment of adjacent land similarly
situated.
AND IT IS AGREED between  the
parties hereto that all Improvements
I on  the said  lands,  sball  be  exempt
from Municipal Taxes for the space
SCHEDULE referred to in ths
"Heaps Engineering Company, Limited, Lease By-law, 1912."
THIS INDENTURE made In duplicate    the day   of One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Twelve.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE "LEASEHOLDS ACT."
Between:
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER, hereinafter called tbe "Lessor," of the first
part; and
HEAPS ENGINEERING COMPANY.
LIMITED, a body corporate having its
registered office at the City of Vancouver, ln tbe Province of British
Columbia, hereinafter called tbo
"Lessee," of tbe second part.
WHEREAS the Lessee is the owner   	
cf the business now and lately carried  of Twenty (20) years from the due
���on at the City of New Westminster  hereof.
��nder the nam* of the "Schaake, The l.^, COVENANTS wltb
Machine Worka, Limited, and have j the l~mg that th- LMMe ,h,��� not
applied to tho Leesor to eass the Malgn or auWet wlu,out leaTei MT0
premises bsrolaafter mentioned for,ln 0M# of reorganization or re-con-
the purpose of "mortfigthereto tho | .tructlbn ot tho Lessee, and such
plant of the aald Schaake Machine le%T, rt,n only ���, ^laia by Bw>.
Works, Limit**, which tho Lessee In-1 lutton of the City Council,
tends to enlarge and improve and | Th# Le,,^ COVENANTS with the
have and erect a plant on tha said n,*,,, UM o,,, l*^ wln forthwith
lands of ths value, with stock in trade, eommenoe the erection 0a said lands
of approximator of ths sam ot Ono of the .plant aforesaid, and have wlth-
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ,n 0M _w thereon a plant *- "-
($150,000.00), and employ there con- - ���
tinuously white labor except   as hereafter provided.   ,
AND the Leesor haa agreed to lease
to tbe Lessee the said lands for tho
purpose of establishing thereon the
Industrial enterprise aforesaid tn
terms hereof.
NOW THIB INDENTURE WITNESSETH that ln consideration of
the rents, covenants, and agreements
to the
value, with stock-in-trade, of One
Hnndred and Fifty Thousand Dollars (1150,000.00).
The Leseee COVENANTS wtth the
Lessor that the Lessee during the
term of this Lease ahall employ no
Asiatics exeept by consent ot the Lessor to be signified by Resolution of
Ctty Council.
The Lessee COVENANTS wtth the
Lessor that In case the Lessee shall
r
hereinafter reserved and contained ou  become    Insolvent    and    make    as-
'ho part of the Lessee to be paid, ob-  signment' for the benefit of its ered-
nerved   and   performed   the   Lessor  (tors or   ln   case   tbe   company  be
lit TII  HEREBY DEMISE and lease wound   up   aa   Insolvent   under   the
unto the Lessee for um and occupa- "Companies   Act"   or   "Winding   Up
tlon as an industrial plant for the Act" or In case the Lessee  removes
mnnrfocture   and   sale of machinery,  the    plant   or tails within    six (6)
-engines,    boilers,    tools   and    other months to commence the re-erectton
articles and merchandise���ALL AND of buildings In caae of desruotlon by
SINGULAR     those   certain     prem- \ flre or abandons tbe premises or re-
Ibcs situate on Lulu Island   in   the moves the plant or ln ease the prem-
city  of  New  Weetmlneter and Pro- lses are used by the Lessee  or any
Vlnce of British Columbia, and dee- other person or corporation for any
crlbed as follows:                                 purpose other tban as  an industrial
Firstly:    Commencing  at a point.site without the consent of the Les-
"here the   Northerly . boundary   of,sor, this lease shall at the option of
"Ewen Avenue Intersects the Easterly. the Lessor  cease   and  be void, and
boundary ot Furness Street and run- tb* term hereby created expire  and
nlng   North   82 degree* 24 minutes be at an .end, and the then  current
West and  following along the said quarters rent sliall thereupon lmme-
Easterly boundary of Furness Street dlately beoome due and parable, and
it distance of 256.3 feet; thence South the Leesor may reenter and uke pos-
S4 degrees 28 minutes East k distance session   ot  th*   aaid   premises   as
of .10.7 feet; thenoe North I degrees though the Lessee or. Its servant* or
32  minutes  East   a  distance ot  381 other occupant of the sald premises
feet, more or less, to the High Water wa* holding after the expiration  ot
Line of the North Arm of the Fraaer the aald term, and the said term shall
River;   thenee  Easterly  and  tpllow- be forfeited ard void,
lng along tbe aald High Water Line, |    THE  Leasee   shall within   ninety
a distance" of 647 feet more or less;   (90) day* after the expiration or de-
thenoe South 27 degrees 86 minute* termination   ot thl*  Lease  and  the
West it distance ot 140 feet, more or term hereby granted nave the right
lesB to a point on the Northerly boun- to remove the   buildings, plant  and
'.itnrv cf Ewen Avenue; thence South fixtures erected by  lt  thereon  PRO-
minutes West along VIDED, ��������  .*--. *-. ,_���_
67  degrees 36
the Northerly    uv��uu��^H^_^^^^^^-^_IIB_^___
Avenue a distance of 660 feet to the any wharf or dock erected   on   the
a-a ����� ��_���_      ammmmt.mmm     nt    flam      Fr������r      FiT��r     hill
the Northerly    boundary   of   flwen .ball not hav* tte r|��htto  remove
(point of commencement and contain- foreshore  of the
lng an area of 4.8 acres be the mme such wharf or dock shall on th* ex
more or less, a* tftown marked "A" plratloa   or - determination    ot
Fraser Fiver, bnt
Witte
Lease   become
Lessor. B
Any building or structure on the
said lands after the expiration ot
ninety (90) days from the expiration
or determination of this Lease shall
be and become the property of the
Lessor.
. The Lessee COVENANTS with the
Lessor that the Lessee will pay the
fi<W of moving the Bridge-keeper's
dwelling now erected on the said
preiffises to adjoining lands and
leave the same in good condition and
repair. AND WILL PAY the cost Incidental to this Lease and submitting
the same to the ratepayers of the
lessor for approval up to One Hundred Dollar (8100.00) PROVISO for
re-entry by the Lessor on non-payment of rent or non-performance of
covenants or seizure or forfeiture of
Uie said term for any of the causes
aforesaid.
The lessor COVENANTS wltb thi
Lessee for quiet enjoyment.
AND IN FURTHER CONSIDERATION aforesaid ths Lessor, after the
Lessee shall Hive established on said
lands a plant ttrtbe value, with stock
in-trade, of not less than Ons Hun
dred and Fifty Thousand Dollar-
(8150,000.00) DOTH HEREBY GIVE
AND GRANT unto the Lessee the
right or option to purchase the landi
and premises hereinbefore described
as Parcels "A" and "B" at any time
within flve (5) years from ths date
hereof fpr the sum of Seventy Thou
*ond Five Hundred Dollars (870
500.00). '
AND the further right to purchase
the said lands after five (5) year*
from the date hereof and at any time
within seven and one-half years (7%;
from the date hereof at the price of
One Hundred and Five Thousand
Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars
(8105,750.00).
AND the further right to purchase
the said lands at any time after seven
and one-half (7%) years from the
date thereof and within ten (10)
years from the date hereof at th;
price or sum of One Hundred and
Forty-one Thousand Dollars ($141,-
000.00).
AND the further right after ten
(10) years from the date hereof an��
orior to the expiration of the term
hereby granted to purchase the said
lands at a price to be agreed upon, or
If an agreement eannot be made as to
price the price shall be fixed by a^bi
tratlon under the "Arbitration Act";
One-third of the purchase prlc*
shall be paid in cash and the balance
in three equal instalments at the ex
oiration of One (1) Two (2) and
Three (3) years from the exercise by
the Lessee of the option of purchase.
Interest at the rate of flve per centum per annum sball be paid on defer
red payments.
Time is the essence of tbls agree
ment.
AND IT IS FURTHER PROVIDED
that in the event of tbe Lease and i
term hereby granted being forfeited
or determined by reason of non-pay
inent of rent or non-performance of
covenants that the option to pur
chase herein contained shall im
mediately cease and determine, an'
the Lessee's right ot purchase sha'
be immediately forfeited and void
The Lessee shall have no right t-
issign this option of purchase with
out the assent of the Lessor slgnlfler
by Resolution of the Cltv Council.
fjpon the eiercise by the Lessee o-
the right  of purchase aforesaid, and
���>n payment of the cash  payment of
���he purchase price of the sa'd land
bv   the   Lessee   to the   Lessor   thl
lease     shall     be     void     and     th'
lessee      rel'eved      from      all      th'
covenants and conditions herein con
tained on tbe part^of the Lessee. Thf
conveyance from 'the Lessor to th.
Lessee of the said lands shall reserve
the easement or right to the Lesso
to   maintain    the waterway or drain
agewav        hereinbefore        descrlb"*'
through  tbe sa'd lands.      AND s*'��'
conveyance  shall also    reserve    th*
easement or right   to the Lessor t>
maintain the water   main    hnrelnb*
fore    referred    to through tbe    said
lands.
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, and lt
ts bereby further agreed thn-
should the land hereinbefore descrlb
ed aa parcel "B" be required for the
purpose of establishing a street thero
on, the Le**or may at any t'me with
In flve years from the dste hereof or
ninety (00) days notloe to tbe I.^sse*
cancel this Lease so far as It relsftes
to said Parcel "B" and the rental reserved hereby shall thereupon be reduced by the sum of One Hundred
and Forty-live Dollars (8145.00) per
annum, and tte option of purchase of
said parcel shall thereupon be cancelled and void; tnd should tbe said
Lessee exercise hls right of purchase
prior to such revocation the Lessor
may at any time within flve year-
from tbe date hereof re-purchase said
parcel "B" with sli riparian and other
rights from the Lessee Its successors
and assigns at the price ot Five
Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars (85.
800.00) and Interest at flve (5 p.c.)
per centum per annum on that sum
from the date of payment to the Lessor ot Uie Purchase monev therefor
and the conveyance from the Lessor
to the Lessee ot said Parcel "B" shall
reserve that -Ight of re-purchase within flve (6) years from the date of
these present;
ANT�� in the event 'of the
said atreet being established within
flve (6) year* the Lessee shall have
or make no claim for damage to adjoining land* or otherwise or receive
any compensation or payment whatever except tte rebate ot rent or the
payment of purchase money aforesaid for said Parcel "B."
SHOULD the Lessor not open
and establish a highway on said
Parcel "B" after resumption, or
having resumed, shall ceases to
use tte **ld Parcel "8" tor
a highway, or shall allow the u*e
thereof for any purpose Inconsistent
with Ito u** as a highway, then and
In any rach case the right of tte Lessee to said Parcel "B" shall be renewed, and tte Mm* shall he subject
to tte term* ot this Lease as lf no resumption hnd been made by tte Leesor.
The Lessor may at any time release to the lessee thl* reaerve a* regard* Parcel "B,"
IN WITNB8S WHEREOF th* parties hereto hare-caused their corpor
ate seals to be hereto affixed under
the hand of its proper officers respectively.
SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED
in tbe presence of:
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true copy of the proposed Bylaw upon which the vote of tbe Municipality will be taken on tbe 30th day of
October, 1912, between the hours of*
Nine o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock
P. M. at the following places, vis:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, 13th Street, City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,   ,
��ity Clerk.
City Hall,   New Westminster,   B. C,
October 17, 1912.
TAKES   ELEVENTH WIFE.
Lester Lawrence, American Actor, a
Much-Married  Man.
New York. Oct. 24.���Mr. Lester
Lawrence, the American actor, probably the most-married man on either
side of the Atlantic, has taken unto
himself an eleventh wife, a Chicago
girl, who has been congrati\'ated by
the American press for her enterprise.
Mr. Lawrence has a national repu-.
tat'on as an impetuous wooer, and
wedded No. 11 after two weeks' ardent courtship.' He gaily admitted
that some of his wives are now mere
memories, and while he can recall the
Christian names of most he'has completely forgotten the sixth.
All his marriages bave been ac-1
cordng to the laws of the United i
States. Some divorced bim and be.
divorced others.
On two occasion the actor wedded I
within a week of bis release from his I
previous partner. One marriage lasted .
twelve months, and the wife got tired
flrst.   Another lasted three years, but
in the last case Mrs. Lawrence lived
two years and six months in England '
and     her    husband     remained     ln
America. I
!t is eight years since Mr. Lester
Lawrence was last in the married
state.  	
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
FALL'SERVICE.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Only Four Days at Sea.
New S.S. Megantic, Sat., Oct. 26.
Nov. 23.
8.8. Teutonic, Sat., Nov. 2.
New 8.8. Laurentic, Sat., Nov. 9.
8.8. Canada, Sat., Nov. 16.
CHRISTMAS  SAILINGS.
-   Portland, Maine���Halifax-
Liverpool.
From    - From
Portland. Halifax.
New 8.S. Laurentic* Dec. 7,
Dec. 8.
S.S. Canada, Dec. 21, Dec. 22.
8.8. Tetttonic, Dec. 14, Dec. 15.
New S.S. Laurentic and Megantic, 15,000 tons, largest from Canada.
All classes carried. S.S. Teutonic, 682 feet, 18,000 h.p., S.S. Canada,
514 feet, 10,000 tons. Carry only second and third class. Baggage
checked through to steamer In bond.   No hotel or transfei expenses.
Company's Office, 619 Second Avenue, Seattle, three doors from
Cherry Street, or H. E. Goulet, Agent Canadian Pacific Ry., and W. F.
Butcher, G. N.  Ry., New Westminster.
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 U the time to build for tale or rent while prices are low
FOR CHOICE
FiSH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GO TO
putienUr* ��nrt dtroctlnn!Tt*T*)a*bto
toUdU^W   ���
P.  BURNS'  MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUAUTY MEATS
s:
ADVERTISING
and the New World
YV7HAT populated America and made its growth
*T one of the wonders of the world's history?
Advertising. People heard of the opportunities in the
new land, and, believing their material welfare would
be bettered here, came.
What populated the farms of the West and made
theirr3|pMdevelopment the wonder of the century? .
Advertising.
The government and the railways were not content
i>to wait until the farmers came one by one and discovered these fertile lands for themselves.
*They advertised���and accomplished in a few years
what in former days would have taken several generations to discover.
What has made cities grow ln t��n
years as they have never grown before t   Advertising and Its results..
What haa rtade It possible to b did
up big businesses In a few years
where lt use* to take a gene-atlon
ot steady effort T   Advei tls'ng.
What has made It poss ble for a.
manufacturer to Introduce ne-v goodi
In every comer of the cortinent ln a
few weektf ,t}me, where lt fonnerly
required year* of hard work ? Advertising, .    *.
Advertising has changed the face ot
the map. Advertising has revolutionized the methods ot doing business. Advertising has magnified the'
possibilities of business tar bevond
rnythlng our ��W*t . optimistic fore-
fathers ever,4tre*med of.
Advertising hia brougkt to the
hum bleat home comforts and conveniences Uwjt were art sown to king*
"m.tor^mm^p' ���,'
'%m rained the standard
- v.
of living, simplified the manner of
I vlftg, reduced the cost and time and
trouble of supplying our dally needs.
Advertising has made a new world.
It has been the greatest civilising
force in the world's history.
Advertising has brought the mau
In the backwoods tn touch with tlm
centres of art and literature and business and made him feel at home with
the world.
Advertising brings the world's markets to the very hearth ot every home
and brings those who have needs to
where their needs can be beat sup-
tiled.
Advertising is today a dominant
factor ln every home, ln every factory, in every business office. Like
electricity, wo have alwaya had tt in
the world, but only lately have we
found out what a tremendous power
It Is. Little by little It la Mag applied tyre aad there, ln all manner of
ways to help the civilised human
race.
��� ���. ���
I
Money Spent in Advertmn/" the WESTMINSTER
DAILY NEWS Wai Prove  a Paying Investment
���
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..Mm PAGE EIGHT
���r.   WESTMINSTEE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
SALESMANSHIP
CLASSES
start; where T At the
Modern Business Scbool
When?
Wed. Evening, Od. 30th
Enroll  New and Pursue a Thorough
Course at the ,
Modern Business School
610 Columbia SL Phone 853
DAY AND EVENING SESSION
A. L. BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
Fraser Hotel (, Alt
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours. We serv*
the best llie market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The meat comfortable rooms in thr
city;  hot aud cold  water and  steatr.
radiator In each.
Finest wines nnd splr.ts dispense*
at the bar, aad first cla9s cafe run lr.
connection.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prop-
Phone   186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
yard.
���*
A beneflt social and dance will be
held ln St. Patricks OftlBflnSScWtxa!:
30, In aid of St. tfary.'B hospital.
Edmonds    woed    and    coal-
Phone R llll, W. A. McDonald.
As the result of juniplfl^',foom on
Incoming O. N. R. trjaitLqp Wejlpes-
day tieorge Knapp, of .Exer^tt,. sustained a fractured leg. , He was removed to the Royal Cptymbhin, hospital, where he ls n<W L ������'���--
favorably. .,
The Woman's Auxiltery'W'St. Andrew's church, will heid ttii��i evening
their annual supper trbmS'lo 8 p. ni..
which will be followed :^y'ja 'Scotch
concert. Supper ahd iebtleert to be
held ln the lecture room. Price 35c. **
The steel freighter Leona came into
port yesterday morning with a full
cargo ot cement from Tod Inlet. Sh3
unloaded nt Gilley  BroS.'^haW.'
Edmonds���50x120 foct lot one'lot off
Vancouver road, $600. Terms arranged. Curtis & Dorgan, 708 Columbia
street. New Westmlnater/;,<, ���      *���
Mr. W. L. Darling, of the firm of
-trtherwell & Darling, hos been un
able to be about during the last two
er three days on account; of' a bad
cold. He expects, however, to be back
at his duties this morning/ i     -
A. Hardman, the cake i��an. Get
good bread. Eighth > ateeet,- Bakery
Telephone 281.       i  ;;|is
**
��� recently
''ttie'   blr.
Among the firms ,whi<?!*
moved their quarters I'rito
Westminster Trust block was Messrs
Motherwell & Darling, reaUy, brokers
and insurance agents, who have-open
ed an office on the fourth .flopr a few
doors from T. D. Sherriff. ���������������:
Be sure and see the, first game Of
the City Basketball "League art the Y.
M. C. A., tonight at 8 o'clock. 104tli
Regiment versus Y. M. C. A. Adin.s
sion 15c. **
'PAY
CA8H   IT
YOU'
WILL   PAY
Thanksgiving
Specials
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
Thla New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
Healed by steam throughout,
and   cold  water  and    Telephone
every  room.
Cate and dining room In connection
second to none in the city.
The   beat   accommodation   in   New
Westminster.
Everything Modern and Up-To-Bate
SPECIAL   RATES   BY   WEEK
OR MONTH.
SPROULE BROS., Props.
th Street New Westminster.
)ne  mlnut*   from   B.C.E.  and  C.P.R.
Stations.
It Will
Pay You
to trade with us, when you remember
that we fix up to your satisfaction
every reasonable complaint. Anything
you get from us not as represented or
as it should be we are only toe pleased to make it right For example, we
replacs any unsatisfactory Tooth
Brush for nothing, and this rule applies to every article In the store. Our
stock is the largest In the city���well
kept and up to date in every particular. Try us for Drugs, Spectacles,
Photo Goods, Seeds, Safety Razors,
$1.00 to $12.50, sundries.
Mlss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue and 6th street. Tele
phone R735. "*
"Blind Justice,"  the comedy  farce
I will be presented in    the    Steveston
opera house this evening by an ama ;
I teur company.    An admissi'en will bf
1 charged and the proceeds will be de
(voted to St.  Anne's church  in    tha'
I town.
Hoi
In I    Twrnty-five cord3 ot good fir wood
1 for s'de at $2.00 per cord.    Apply to
Curtis &. Dorgan, 706 Columbia street
The United Service club will hold
its first regular monthly meeting ii
rocr.i 20, b. C. E. R. building, thu
evening at 8 o'clock.
Cranberries,    No.  1  Cape Cod,
tthese"'lit^jflot locals), lb. 14o
Appeal'Uwhhifjet; In town, four-
tie*'Jonathan*, per box  ..$1.65
No. 1 C*okers, your choice, per
box ...41.,..  $1-00
Ralsena, 18 or. packages, weight
guaranteed, each -1Qc
Shelled Almonds and Walnuts,
per m\X'iiJt ������   ������  <0e
2 lbs. for 76;
, Noi  1   Ashcroft   Potatoes,   per
'sack. . ,f...k.. S1-23
Sweet Potatoes, very extra ape-
clal, ��� ,1(1*. for  25s
Fresh Wss.  guaranteed,    per
doi.en 55c
No. VSelect Fresh Eggs, will
boil, fry or poach, per doz.. .5Qs
Select Essa. per dozen  40 s
2 dozen' tpr   .,... 75e
Our Maple Creamery Butter at
3 lbs. for $1.10 cannot be beaten.
������hi. i
DELICATESSEN
Our epeotkl line of fresh Head-
cheef��L.KT0| arrive Friday after-
ncon. ' D6 not fall to get one.
811064' *Titt����Ue,    delightful    for
supper,, per lb Ms
Fresh Cheeses of all kinds in
stocfe't;;1,-:
Dill Pir.klea, Sweet Mixed Pickles and Olives in bulk, always
fresh; '
  THE
Public Supply Stores
Westminster; C. H. Stuart Wade,
New Westminster; Dr. Howe, Vancouver; Scott Allen, Vernon: S. Lawrence, Kamloops; P. Cliugham, Salmon Arm, and H. Manning, Revelstoke.
The meetltag  adjourned  this afternoon after deciding to hold the   next
meeting in Revtlstoke, at the call of
the  executive,   when  permanent
I eers will be elected.
The visiting delegates displayed a
keen Interest in the Vernon apple
show which is now in progress, and
snecial efforts were directed towards
showing them the products of th<>
great fruit growing country of the
Okanagan.
government grounds and explore the
city and district of New Westminster.
While the trio are now safely
ensconsed once more ln the place
where they were committed, one of
them is said to have made a spirited
dash before being corralled.
He made fpr the Fraser river bridge
and seeing the attendants approach-
offl-1 Ing swung over the steel trestli
work, climbed down on to the steam
and electric tracks below and was on
the pojpt of making the plunge Into
the waters of Father Fraser when
captured.
OBITUARY.
*
L. L.
ADAMS   S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
WESTMINSTER IS FOR
IAND' DEVELOPMENT
Representatives Appointed at Vernon
���' B. C. Industrial and Development League."
Vernon, Oct 24.���The first meeting
,      . ,. ,     , u .��� .,, I of delegates from the different board;
The sale of an acre of la-id cune.l   rf tn�� amJ progresgive association
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
8PECTACLE8
SEEDS
Phone 43!  L. 0. 71:
New    Westmlmter.
t
Res. 72.
B    C.
by the Church cf England at Burquil
lam has been consummated by Rev.
F. V. Venables, vicar of P,ort Moody.
The proceeds of the sale Will be devoted to the erection cf a church ii;
Burauitlam on another site recently
donated by. Mr. Evans.
A Thanksgiving dinner wfirbe served In the basement of the "Sapperton
Methodist churoh on Monday, October
28th from 6 to 8 p. ni.. Ooncert follows.   Admission 50c.  '       ,'','*"���
The parislioniers of St. Alban's
church, Edmonds, will give a, concert
on the evening of November 6 in
Moreton hall, the prbceeds Of which
will be turned over to the parish room
fund.
Do not fail to attend' the annual
Thanksgiving supper at .Knox Presbyterian church on Friday evening. A
hot supper will be served from 5:30
to 8. Concert following with Westminster and Vancouver talent contributing. Miss Cave-Bpowp-Cave will
be among those taking, part Ip thi
program. g /,':,.-    ... ���*
The ladles of the Gordon P^sbyter
ian church, Eflmonds. wilt give a' concert ln the old municipal hall on, the
evening of t'hani'ssiving.-ipajr.rMoii
day next. This will be the flrat enter
wiument given in the hall since the
Improvements have been'finished. The
proceeds from tlie ' eoneer* Wfll- be
used lu the erectioW'ef' '.the new
���liurcli edifice.                "���   FPU  I" ��� i
'     '"      I '
throughout the    province   of
Columbia   w$s   held   in   Vernon   this
morning.    Representatives were pres
ent  from  the  Vancouver    board    of
trade and the Vancouver Progressiva
club, New* Westminster board cf trade,
New Westminster Progressive    asso
ciatlon, Burnaby board of trade, Kim
loops,    Revelstoke,    Cha3e,      Saliuor
Arm, arid i^ernon.
Dr. Elliot Howe, of the Vancouve'
Progressjrijib, outlined the objects of
the nieetUjK 'which was for. the pur
pose of sec'.'ring the support of al
organized bed es towards the further
ance of-the land development of thi
province, and also towards securi.-1?
adequate suppoi t from the govern
ment along these lines.
After some little discussion it was
decided tp uame the organization
''The Brittah Columb'K Industrial and
Developtnimt League."
'l'he honor fef Becoming provisiona"
seoret&rV Pelt' qh the shoulders of Mr
McVittie, who Is klso secretary of the
Revelstoke.board of trade.
A provisional executive commute!
was al30 appointed, the members be'
ing  Messrs.    Kenneth    Myers,    New
MACK���The' funeral of Lawrence
S. Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Mack, of New Westminster. **-.*->** nlpfle
from the family residence, 1007 Third
avenue, at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, Ucio
ber 24. The service was conducted
bv Rev. Mr. McKinley and Rev. Mr.
Melvln at the house, and by the I. O
O. F. and the B. of R. T. at the cemetery.
I    The deceased was a' C. P. R. con-
I ductor at Revelstoke. where he wa*
I well and favorably known.    He was
ill years old. and was unmarried.   He
leaves to  mouru his lops his  father
and mother,  two brothers and    four
sisters.   Among those who were pres
ent al the  funeral   were  his  uncles
land aunts:   Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, of
Revelstoke;   Mr.  and  Mrs. MacLean
of Kamloops;  Mr. and Mrs. Iliff,   of
! Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. S. Lawrence
of Vancouver;  Mr. and Mrs. T. Law
1 rence, of Newport, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs
I '    A.  Gibson,  of  New  Westminster;-
Mr. James Parslow, of Vancouver.
t     ,\ lar��e number   of   railroad   men
were present from New Westminster
Vancouver and  Revelstoke, three   of
whom  were   pall-bearers,  with  three
of the Royal City lodge, I. O. O. F.
hev were Mr. Aston, Mr. R. White,
i Mr. Dondeneau, Mr. S. Purvis, Mr. F.
I Purvis and Mr. R. Player.
Among the many    beautiful    floral
j offerings were:
Three Links���Royal City lodge, No.
, 3, I. O. O. F.
i    Star���Naomi Rebekah lodge, No. 21,
I. O. O. F., Revelstoke.
j    Cross���C.   P.  R.  trainmen  of  New
Westminster, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. El-
j son, Mr. and Mrs. T; J. Trapp.
Gates Ajar���Members of the    Free
Methodist church.
Wreath���B. of R. T. No. 51, C. P. R.
employees of New Westminster, Division No. 320, B. of L. E., Public
Supply store, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Mac-
Rae (Revelstoke), Mr. and Mrs. and
Nellie Davis. Mr. Thompson and Mr.
Hutton, Zelda and Bob Cormier, Mr.
E. W. Bateman (Victoria), Stanley
Trapp, Mr. and Mrs. Iliff IVancouver).
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins (Keve'.stokc).
Mr. and Mrs. Macl.ean (Kamloops).,
Mr. James Parslow (Vancouver), Mr.
| A. T. Mills, staff Lord Kelvin school
I     Heart���Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gib3on.
Spray���Alma   Burget   (Revelstoke).
: M'\ and  Mrs,  J.  He'd.  Mr. and  Mrs
W.    A..   Foot     (Revelstoke),    Lorne
I Sharpe, Rut.is    Sangster,    Bert    and
, Vent (Mllev, Mr. nnd    Mrs.    Klaiber.
I Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs
I J.  W.  White,  Mr. and  Mrs. J.  Paris
Britisn j vir. ��nd Mrs. Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs
W. Blackburn,  Mr.  and   Mrs.  J.  Mc
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reid, *Dr.
and Mrs. Wil3on, Mr. and    Mrs.    Sin
cock, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Mr. F. W.
Smith. MessrR. Wise,    Dr. and    Mrs
Herring, Annie Tidy, Sidney Herring
Mr.  and   Mrs.   Harry  Tidy,   Mr.  and
Mrs. Ainsworth,  Mr. and  Mrs.  S. G
Tidy, Mrs. Lennie, Mr. and Mrs.    G
Daniels.
Vancouver,   Kamloops   and   Reve!
itoke papers please copy.
Many Good Positions j
are open to young   men   and   younS
ladles In the.   field   of ''Wireless" or
FOR
THE
HONE
Commercial telegraphy. The passage
of a federal law effective October 1,
compelling all sea going vessels to be
equipped with wireless instruments,
and manned by two competent operators, has created a great demand for
young men ln the wireless servlee.
The Morse Telegraph Company, of
Seattle, Wash., operates under direct
supervision of wireless officials and
places all graduates In positions. It
will pay you to write for full particulars.
COOKING
WE OFFER PURE SPICES
Guaranteed against adulteration.
Ssge, Cinnamon, Tumeric, Allspice, Mustard, Ginger, Pepper,
Cloves and Mace. Try our
Vanilla for flavoring ��� you'll
like It.
���AT���r
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 67
Westminster Trust Slock
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVHLL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS
OF
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
Johnson  Shingle   Machines
and Lath Mill Machinery
YALE   ANP    COWIE   GASOUNE    ENGINES
CANNING  AND  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSE8 PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
| New. Westminster, B. C.
BENNETT���The funeral cf the late
Joseph A. Bennett, of Ilrighouse
farm, l.ulu Island, took place yesterday morning under the auspices of
tlie I. O. O. F. The body was brought
<n on a special car from Brighou9f
and interment was made in the lod^c
cemetery at Sapjjertcn. ,
WENT EXPLORING
Ex
Three Patients Recaptured  After
citing Experiences.
Three inmates ql  iho nrov'nc'nl hr*t
pital took upen themselves yesterday
morning to leave tbe precincts of thi
���*p
CARD OF THANK?.
Mr. and Mrs. Jatnes -M-nck and
r.-imilv wIrIi to thank thein many k'nd
friends for the sympathy tlipy hnve
manifested in tlieir recenf' bereavement. '' '������'"< '���'"' '��� '
 ���'��� II'-'-  ������
:cding
BELLS.
_'  .-.>���;<.<'
OUR COUGH MIXTUIIK.
Syrup of White
Pine With  Tar
has made a name for itself.
Never failing to give quick relief wben tbe throat and lungs
are troubled.
Recommended, guaranteed and
Bold by
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Four doors En��t of Bank of
Montreal.
New Westminster,  B. C.
An Interesting marria'gfc' tbok place
n tho .Tub lee Methodist?'church on
Wednesday, the contracting parties
Vug Mr. Fred Hiune, soh'ftf'theTaf'
Mr. and Mrs. Hume, cf Sappertcin, and
\liss Dannie Ramble, only duughte-
��f Mr. and Mrs. George Jumble, of
Irbllee. The ceremony was, perform
��� 1 hv "ev. i%, .Wilson, of M'Iner. ��md
' ��� ���������. T. f'oldwell. pastor ot,the church.
The bridesmaid was MlftS T^percy,
ind Mr. Fred Rumble, supported the
sroom. The newly married conpl^
will reside ln Westminster,,,,
FOREIGN  BORN  SEEK
TO ACQUIRHiBNO^ISH
The first public school night school.-i
of the season were held on Wednes-
d��V nisht. 'Tweniy-one stmtonts tilfh-
ed up for tuition, tiuitc a number of
Whom were foreigners BeeMng to
learn  Kngiish.
. The real educational \y6i�� "wasifcot
Btarted. but progress \Vns m.ide on
Organizing the classes and getting fh">
students into tlieir proper grades,
For the present it 1��..e^ixwtiJd
only elementary work v 111 be
unless    some    person    turns
wishes to go In fer adv-n^n
tha-
tflllg'l'
nn v ho
Hblw-K
These Are All in Good Locations
and Are Good Investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
1559^-FIFTH STREET near Eighth
avenue; 50x1112 to lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195���8EVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots; upper side; 50x1 Sm
all cleared and graded; price $1275
each.
M\*17���S3 fOt^y LOT corner of 8ixth
avenue anil Ash street; price $4000
on easy terms.
1393���KNOX STREET, SAPPERTON.
66 foot lot in good location; just off
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
1308���5 LOTS ON TWELFTH AVE.,
near Sixth street car lino; 60x153
eacli; eome are cleared; street is
graded; price $3090 on good terms.
British Co'umbh Electric Railway Company
THANKSGIVING DAY
EXCURSION
For the holiday, special reduced rate3 of a fare and one-third nro
offered to all points on the Fraser Valley Branch.
To allow spprtfemen to spend a few days shooting and fishing at
the different points, reduced rate fares will be on sale from Friday,
October 2Gth, until Monday, Oc.ober 28th. Good for return passage
until Tuesday, October 29th. |
Trains leave depot, Columb a and Eighth streets, at 9:30 a.m.,
1:20 p.m., 6:10 p.m., and Huntingdon local at 4:05
F.J. HART & CO., LTD.
The next class will be held thla owning.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Pire, Life, Accident, Employee' Llet-iUty.
and Marine Insurance.
Automobile
p.m.
-*r
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
. BEARD8LEE.
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. Lid Treas.
SMALL-BUGKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALI. KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
*aa
Bracelet \Vatches
*' i. ���
Special Gold Filled Bracelet Watch $9.00
SEE WINDOW
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C.
THC
JBWCLCR
Electric Railway.
'
POR SALE
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street;
Modern Conveniences.
PRICE $2850. SSOO CASIfr BALANCE AS RENT
[ISS THIS CHANCE
-IK
WHltE, SHILES & CO.
628 and 74�� Cslumhla Street, Phene W* New Weetmlneter, B. C.
M
;���
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
i ni        ���  '    ���        f     . ' '      ' ,
* 4 -    ���
Shades, Reacting Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656     T 63 Sixth Street

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