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VOL.v'"'    i, NUMISKU   li.!i
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,  MOV DAY   MOKNINO,   SEPTEMBER   17, 1912^
FIRST NATIONAL
RESERVE PARADE
H. R. H. Expresses Approval
' of Movement and WiU
Help It Along.
Trusts  that  from   Westminster's  Beginning All Canada Wlll Be
Organised.
Saturday was a great day for the
members of the ' National Keserve.
Not only does Westminster bave tbe
honor of possessing the llrst, branch
of this organization outside the Brit-
i lsh Isles, but upon its first parade,
the reserve had the honor of being
inspects by His Koyal Highness the
Duke of Connaught. More, the approval of the distinguished soldier
who represents His Majesty as Governor ueneral In Canada was conveyed to the organizer of the movement
in this city.
Speaking to Mr. Hugh Savage, Hlu
Royal Highness, after expressing hia
keenest satisfaction that so splendid
a beginning had been made of the
National Reserve ln Canada, sanl
that on his return to Ottawa he
would do all ln his power to further
the movement. He deeply appreciated
the presence of such a large numoet
of old service men and trusted that
from tbe start made In Westminster
there would grow up a wide national
movement.
Soldiers Three.
The Reserve fell lu on Library
square at 10:30 and headed by the
city bund marched In column of fours
to the Crescent where the men were
drawn up In two long lines at tbe
rear Of the pavilion and immediately
tiehind. the Boys' Urigade and Hoy
Scouts.
'ihe position cf honor cn the right
was accorded three old soldiers of tbe
Royal BjiglnWS, Messrs. Lt, F. Boti-
so.i, P. Jackman and Samuel Archer.
Next was ringed t'\c- Royal Navy and
Royal Murine contingent ur.der the"
command of Lieutenant W, s. North-
PRICE FIVE CENTB.
MARK VISIT
Of HAIL THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT
CORNWALL LACROSSE
BOYS ARRIVE HER!
Royal City Wears Gayest Press While Thousand Cheer Canada's Gover
nor General���Memorable Gathering at Crescent Park���Duke Sees
Lumber Mill at First Hand-Views Glorious Fraser-Lays Foundation
Stone of High School.
(Continued cn pace eight.)
NAMES Of ALLEGED
ROBBERS ARE KNOWN
Morgan Was Arrested In Chicago and
Released  Later���Police Perfidy
,
Rumored.
Chicago, Sept. 22.���The names of
the alleged Canadian bank robber*
who escaped from the Chicago police
were given out today. They are J. S.
Morgan, alias Jobn Hards, alias
Frank Clark, alias "Chicago Slim,'
and Frank West. C. J. Porter, said to
be another member of the band, is
believed to havo gone to England.
Morgan and Porter are about 43 years
old, while West is 43.  .
Morgan was arrested in Ch'cago by
Patrolmnn McFarland a month after
the Canadian bank robbery, and after
being held several days was given his
liberty. It was learned today. The
police did not know tbat he might be
a bank robber.
William Smith, a musician, who
was ln the saloon when the alleged
bank robbers assaulted Lieutenant
Burns and escaped, wlll be one of th*
witnesses against Captain Mahoney
and Lieutenant Burns when they answer the charges preferred against
them by Chief McWeoney.
"The lig.it in which Lieutenant
Burns took part occurred In a rear
room and not In the bar of the saloon," said Smith tonight. "I saw
Burns when he flrst entered the place
disguised ns a workman. He went out
of tho Baloon, and liter when he returned he joined the alleged baak
robberB and two women ln a rear
room. A short time afterwards ther?
was a dispute over a drink and a f5
bill. There was a commotion and I
saw Burns display a star and say he
was a police officer. He drew a re
volver and attempted to pull the trigger, but It would not work, and one
of the men hit him on the head with
a chair."
The report ts that the nollce officers discovered that the four robber?
were hiding In.Chicago and demanded
$100,000 as the price of their slence.
Under the plan aald to have been ap*
gested, each of the four police officers
was to receive $25,000,
Two of the robbers, it is aiid. had
agreed to pay the sum for protection,
but the other two robbers declared
the amount exorbitant. . While'the
negotiations were pending, so goes
the story, Capt. Mahoney an,d .L'ent.
Bvrns learned of the presence of ^he
robbers In the saloon and tried to
capture them.,
On affidavit from a railroad ticket
office the police this afternoon wired
officials at Montreal, Halifax. Boston
and New York to b<3 on the watch for
the robbers, as lt Is the belief that
they had purchased tickets for
France. This information was secured
lust before nrivate detectives arrived
from New York to take charge of the
case.
In the warmth of Its welcome to
H. R. H. the Duke of Connaught, evidenced by a glorious scheme of decoration to which the noblest etreet in
the province admirably lent Itself, In
arrangements skilfully planned and
carried out to the letter, In the cheers
���real British cheers���that greeted
the representative of the king In Canada on Saturday, Westminster showed that she could live up to the spirit
as well as proclaim the letter of her
title���the Royal City.
It wat but fitting that "Queen'*.
weather" should wait upon such an
auspicious day. That being so, all
went well. Every section of the populace made holiday, saw. and In seeing, gained much.
To His Royal Highness Westmln
ster had to show many things whicli
could be viewed ln no other part ol
the province, and which could not
fatl to convey both to him and to the
members of the royal party a clear
Insight Into what British Columbia
stands for, Into the sources of her
present wealth, while from abundant
evidence might be read the Btory of
tho transformation which has ensued
since the boat of Simon Fraser first
parted the waters of the great rtvei'
that bears his name.
Crowning Event.
There were many intensely inter-
eating features of an adm.rable program for whose marvelous detail and
execution the mayor and council, the
master cf ceremonies, the royal reception committee of representative
c'tixens aud all who co-operated with
them are deserving of the highest
pralae, but the crowning gl-sry of the
��lie te Bayr-tmniMites was at tnr
spot which bears tbe name of the
father of the Governor-General.
No happier place for a welcome to
Westminster than Albert Crescent
could have been chosen, not only for
its beauty but also for its keen appeal
to the imagination.
Standing on the special platform.
the royal Governor-General was overlooking one of the mest historic spots
in the province. Up th? broad Fraser
flowing nt his feet, sailed 52 years
bko tho Sappers and Miners, first rep
resentatlves of British law and order
to reach the mainland of British Columbia. Past this same spot, 5fl
yeara earlier still, Simon Kraser, safe
after terrible hardships, floated down
stream, tbe first voyager to discover
tlie Fraser's outlet to the sea. Yesterday the Image of the great explor
er gazed as ever, steadfastly out over
the river of his adventures and his
fame, his cilm untroubled by the
seething crowds around him and his
spirit at peace in company with the
spirits of all great men.
Bv.t it was not the dead alone, that
were worthy of remark on Saturday.
nor ls all the   history of   the Roya)
City written in the days of long ago.
Present and to Be.
As one gazed from the platform
further out, symbols of twentieth century advancement, a train drew slowly across the mile-long intricacy of
steel that soars above tug and fishing
craft, \Vhfle farther up river, edglnp
a greater pool of London, with Its Jet?
cf steam, Its smokestacks and burners, might be seen the greatest lum
ber mill ln the world, ln tbe back
ground of hills partially cleared oi
encumbering trees, the great mountains told of r.iore valleys, more lumber, minerals, agriculture, tn the
great hinterland they hid from vletv
and at whose portals they atand.
Still another page of history wah
prepared. For then too': placo the
flrst parade of the first company of
the National Reserve to be formed lr
any of the oversea dominions, and
that first parade was Inspected by n
rtiynl soldier. Indeed a significant
honor. And among those old service
men that stood In line on the Cres
cent were many that well deserved
the name of veteran. Medals of honorable war service splashed many a
breast with color, while In the froni
rank, the place their by unanimous
consent, were drawn up throe of the
old Royal Engineers, three of the
founders ot the city of New Westmln
ster. stalwarts who have survived
hard times and good, and were able
after fifty-two yeArs of etrees. to fai"
In wilh their youngei comrades on
this historic parade. Before them
the'r service Mill, to give, stood the
young Boy Scouts and the Boys' Brig
ade.
To the left Of the National Reaerve
was drawn no a bctyof old Sikh sol
dlers from the Empire df British In
da. These tall, swarthy men, beard
ed and dignified, under th" command
of ai trim nfttlve officer, added ?till
another touch of the unusual and romantic to the scene, and well wes th��
Govemoi-Genoral able to tnke advantage of It. As aii old oomrade In ermi
he was able to spenk to there soldier ������
In their own tongue, of common experiences In the  qamp  and  on  tbe
tury docks, so did the Indian chief thanks to you for your address of wei
rub shoulders with the up-to-date TOme- It gives me additional pleas
white business man, while Chinese J"-6 t0 epeak to you here this morn
Boy Scouts stood slit-eyed in the rear 'nS on account of. the association ol
with their white brothers, and brown m* family with your city. The orlg!
Sikhs bayed their welcome, the one nftl settlers on the ground where New
connecting link being the ancient Westminster stands came from the
royal house to which all paid a like 0,d country at the beginning of thf
respect. | Dominion.   You could not have reach
\\ Ith these thoughts in mind, tht ed the prosperity which you now en
DuUe of Connaught may have let hia i��y without great effort on the part o
eye rove over the thousands of school ��M those who helped to build up youi
children decked in their Sunday be3t, c"y- You have made a beiutifui
who crowded cheering shrilly at his home here on ths banks of the Frasei
feet. The old and the new, the bis- and I b��Pe that your future may be a:
tory cf the pait and the history of bright as the period you have alread.
the future, seldom can they have beei, f��ie through.    I trust that you wll'
All  was bustle yet    ordered    with I worth*-pltus**- to cal! yswr bona/'- |
maclilne-ltke precision from around 9'    The Indian chiefs attired in ordln
and the Sikhs were proud  men  that
day.
The Connecting Link.
Fittingly It was not only the natives of British India who were present, but the chiefs of tbe British Columbia Indian tribe* of the Fraser
Valley wero also ln attendance. The
ancient lords ot the land, they tendered homage to the white chief with
dignity. The surroundings brought
home intimately their position. The
wide view of the country stretching
away at the feet of tho crowd, of
mountains, river and bush, held ln It
much of the wild. This was no mere
city reception. On three aides of the
people, lt Is true, rose the modern
buildings ot a rising town, but before them lay nature���and the Fraser,
the wild, old, wicked Fraser, who
never seems to lose his past, though
he bowa hls back to modern shipping, but preserves his savage, ancient heart Intact. And just aB the
ancient Fraser washes twentieth een-
Fraser la with Its unsurpassed har
bor facilities destined to become the
great fresh water port ot the Paciflc.
In common with our fellow citlzem
Of the Dominion we value highly the
honor conferred on Canada by youi
appointment as Governor-General, a^
predate your wide acquaintance wit;,
Canadian affairs and congratulate
you on the wisdom of this tour to ob
tain flrst hand knowledge of the d:f
ferent provinces.
It Increases our pleasure that yoi
are accompanied by Their Roya
Highnesses the Duchess of Connaugh
and Princess Patricia.
We assure you of our continued ea
teem and express the hope that you.
torm of office may be a3 enjoyable t<
you as we are confident it will be o
lasting value to Canada.
Thanks to City.
In replying to the olvic address the
Duke of Connaught spoke as follows.
"Let   me   express    my   very    bes.
Came Over from Vancouver Late Las
Nlflht���Will Work Out This
Afternoon.
Looking flt for anything that has
the earmarks of the Minto cup .pbout
It, tbe Cornwall lacrosse team arflved
In tbe city at 12:45 o'clock thla. morn
ing. Seventeen were In the party all
told and a more confident lookiut
bunch of fellows one could not wish
for���they had visions of the- silver
ware aa soon as they hit the town,
and if the Salmon Bellies are to put
lt over them, well then, "They have to
be shown."
The party arrived In Vancouver last
evening on their special car attached
to the Imperlal Limited, and were at
once taken in tow by Joe Lally, their
special representative, who has been
on the coast for the past two weeks,
arranging the dates and minor detail:!
for the cup games. They came over
from the Terminal City on the last
car leaving there, and had late supper at the Royal cafe.
When seen th!sv morning, all the
boys appeared to be well pleased with
their prospects. With the exception
of Smith, their goaltender, all the
players were in flne shape and the
long jaunt across the continent, It appeared, bad not told on their strength.
Smith has been down with stomach
trouble since leaving Ottawa and
had no chance tb take ih the features
of the trip across. However, with a
good night's rest, expects to be in
shape early this afternoon when the
whole,team Will have a short workout at Queens park.
During their stay ln tjie city the
team is staying at the Russell hotel.
There is now a matter of only eight
days before the first game for the
3up, and both teams will be training
this afternoon and evening.
BURNABY WELCOMES
DUKE OE CONNAUGHT
HOUSE BURNS AS
FAMILY US
Home of Thomas Meredith
Partially Destroyed Sun-
day Noon.
Upper Storey, ft**-**.*,, Furnl-
ture Damaged by Walww_Aarlal
*t*...
o'clock on Saturday morning. The
children gathered at their respective
schools, the Boy Scouts, militia and
National Reserve took up their respective positions, and promptly at
11:30, and following closely on the
pilot car, the "Connaught" car, swung
around the corner of Columbia street.
Instantly a movement was shown
among the thousands who lined the
streets near the depot. They were
anxious to see the Governor peneral
and lt can be truthfully said that any
person wishing to see His Royal Highness certainly had an open chance to
do so at the different ceremonies
whicli were enacted.
As Ills Royal Highness stepped oft
tlie special car Acting Mayor Gray
came forward and was introduced ami
formally welcomed the Duke to the
ctty. At the same moment the guard
of honor consisting of 111 officers,
non-coms and mon drawn from, the
local, Cloverdale and Chilliwack companies of the 104th regiment gave the
ary clothes then advanced and Chie'
Joe Isaac, of the Katzie band, then
presented an address of fealty on be
half of the Fraser valley tribes. Ii
ran thus:
To His Royal Highness the Duke of
Connaught,   Our   Governor-General
in Canada.
Indian Address.
May It please your Highness:
We the undersigned   chiefs  of the
Fraser Valley  Indians approach you
on your first visit to the land of out
fathers,  with  great   appreciation   of
the spirit which has led you to comi
from tbe great waters of the East U
visit   our   great   forests,  mountains
and   especially our grWt river  nov
known to you as   the  Fraser   river
We feel especially grateful to you fo
permitting us the opportunity of ex
pressing to you formally the great ap
preclatlon  of the   Fraser   Valley In
dians, for the action ..of your Govern
ment in appointing a special commis
sloner to Inquire Into the long-stand
Acting Reeve Present* Loyal Address!gr0uud Swr"
A flre whicb broke out yesterday
afternoon about X o'clock practically
gutted one of New Westminster'*
flnest residence,, Um Comer Major
home on the northwest corner of
Sixth street and Fifth   avenne,   now
MeSnX* OCCUPW f *'  Thonla*
The blaze la sapposed to have
originated from a falling spark ou the
roof of the building near tha chimney.
It was discovered by a passerby who
Immediately notified tke Meredith
family, who were then sitting down
at luncheon. Only a few minutes be-
fore that they had arrived back from
church and the only occupant cf ths
house during the Ome they wera
away waa the servant girt.
mu r<.A,rI*' UMW��r "eeded.
The lire department waa notified
and stations No. 2 and 3 promptly arrived. The need of the new aerial
truck, which ia expected to arrive
here within the next few weeks, was
shown very plainly for the houae ia a
three storey structure together with
a high tower on the aouth end of the
building which made ft difficult for
the firemen to gain access to where
the flames were spreading. The ladder truck from station No. 1 was
brought Into use, and aereral streams
of water were soon playing upon tho
blaze which had spread through to
the third floor. After m hour'B hard
battle the firemen gained the upper
hand.
As for the house itself, It appears
to be gutted on tbe third and part of
the second floor while the volume or
water which waa poured upon the roof
***. ,*�����.. ^onaaspa  ttaasap*   to the
the
uus  auut: noOMS    taa*a****J*
\coBUy utting* ut  tSSSSa pp
-Singing  of Children���Arch
ar.d Decorations.
royal saute and the regimental band  ,7^   ^y^ ^wl��� '^I   ����
played the National Anthem. ��    ���xperienoe; ln man* ,andg> havf
The Governor General answered thi I ��, Ju the wlB(Jom �� ,������      and
salute and as the mayor left for the
Crescent His Royal Highness inspect
ed the guard of iionor and the mounted Boy Scouts, who afterwards accompanied his auto through, the city.
After this was performed the roya'
party mounted the waiting autos and
proceeded slowly to the Crescent Co
lumbia stieet was lined with people,
the majority of,whom flled In behind
the autos as they passed up the street
When the Crescent waa reached on
Columbia the motors filed round on
the eastern side, the royal car bring
Ing up cn the road, His Royal High
ness walking thence to the pavilion.
As he approached the stand a tremendous round of cucering arcs*
from the awaiting throng which lulled
for a moment and then broke out
even stronger again aa the Duk*
mounted the stand and acknowledged
the reception.
On his arrival the Union Jack was
hoisted by Sergeant Ma.1or Wheeler,
while a guard of four Sikhs were ac-
norded the special honor o'f guardlhs
the reor entrance to the pavilion.
When the cheering subsided Acting
Mayor Gray read the address ot the
city as follows;
Clvio Address. S
May It please your Royal Highness
in behalf of the council and citizens.
*e extend to you a hearty welcome to
���mr city. It gives us especial pleas-
' ire to hsve as our guest one whose
."cted and great mother, Queen Vic
t,orla. named our city: and to ertfcnd
iur greetings on Albert Crescent
wiled after yovr revered fttherr-
names woven into the h'storv of on''
-Ity. vhich as Canadian" ind leva!
vbjecM of His Majestv K'ng George
the Fifth, we love to besot.
We 'eel ns��ured yon will npnre-
ria'e Mie r'ch h'storlocl nemories
that cluster around th�� mlghtv Fra-
ier river on whoso hanks our beaut!-
"ul oltv Is bn'Jt. You wlll be interested to know thst few rivers in the
world yield so rich a harvest that, ln
addition to Its valuable fisheries lt Is
soon to become one of the irreat commercial waterways of the world, and
our city which is now the   natural
field of battle.  To each man he spoke market cf the fertile Valley ot the
direct the affairs of Canada for the
beneflt cf the loyal people of HI?
Majesty King George, for whom our
respective tribes bave the most loya'
devotion. We know that your Roya'
Highness has many calls upon youi
time, and we feel the kindly spirit
which,led you in,past years to ally
yourself wtth the' Eastern tribes of
Indians, will be er.t'ended to ourselves
in the future, as is shown by your reception of our chiefs this day. Our.
great mother Queen Victoria, and
your Honored brother King Edward
on several occasions received on*
delegates, but We feel doubly honored
In laving at the feet of a Royal Gov
emor-General our fealty to our Ores'
Chief In Canada, as well as aakiny
him to exDtwss It to King George or
our behalf.
We bid you and your beloved fam
lly welcome In -the name of tbe tribes
men of today, as well as of the olden
days before this dty wa* known, foi
amongst those whom you have honored here are chiefs who recall the
times when we hunted, fished and
gathered berries on this very ground
May tbe Great Father give Your
Highness and yout family health, wis
dom at the council, and a loyal, contented and happy people to rule over
ts the wish of the allied chieftain*
who s!ct this loyal address on behalf
of their tribes;    ���
Chief Joe ��saao���Katsie Bahd. '
Chief Harry Stewart���Skwah Band
Chief Cassimerer-Langley Band.
Billy Sapass���Skowhale Band.
, Chief Johnny Leon���Chehalis Band
Chief iFIdcll���Whonnock Band.
Chief Johnny���Musqueum Band..
Chief Sam���Semlnhmob BanU.   *
Chief Charlie���Matavit Band.
Chief Louie���Yaw-Kweakwioose.
Chief Joe���Kwaw-apilt.
Chief Motlest���Skway Band.
Chief Ned-���Suirr.s Band.
Chief Charlie���Westminster.
Chief Kcrrv Joe^-Taawwaisen.
Ait. Ch'ef JOe Hall���Scowlltz.
Act.   Chief   Harry Cooper���Soona-
hlie.
Act. Chief William���Ce<rult!am.
Edmonds, Sept. 22.���Burnaby had
reason to feel proud of herself on
Saturday morning when the largest
municipality in the lower mainland
was visited by the Duke of Connaught
who was cn bis way to New Westminster from Vancouver.
Ever since the arrival of t'ie glad
news that the Duke would receive an
address'of welcome, the residents of
ISdmor.ds, together witb the meniber.-t
of the council and school board, had
been busy decorating the arch of welcome at tlie corner of the EcLnonds
and Westminster rcad^.
At 11:20 o'clock Saturday morning
the royal special pulled up at Edmonds station and although the Governor General couid spare but a few
minutes from his mapped out program, the ceremony was sufficient to
have him remember Burnaby municipality, which was named after tbe
famous Colonel Burnaby, an officer in
His Majesty's service.
The honor of reading the address
fell to Acting Reeve D. C. McGregor,
fn the absence of Reeve J. W. Weart
With him were the members cf the
council, Messrs. Fau Vel, Mayne.
Madill, Britton and MacDonald, and
Messrs. Cliff, Patterson and Saunderson. of the Burnaby school board; B.
G. Walker, president of the board of
trade; W. Griffith, comptroller, and
Arthur G. Moore, clerk to the municipal'council.
The space In front of the arcn waj
-esei ved for these officials, while on
their left were several hundred school
children. These sang the National Anthem as toon as the car "Connaught"
hove ln sight. Following the presentation of tbe officials to the Duke.
Municipal Clerk A- ��- Moore then
read the address of welcome which
was responded to by the Governor
General, ln which he stated that
Colonel Burnaby .was an old friend of
his. He thanked all for thetr welcome, and paid special reference to
the singing of the school children
during his brief stay.    ,.
The arch waa aa elaborate ttns tn
design, tar. J. B. Wbltbnrn betas responsible for thla, The business
houses and many of the residences'
were gay with color and everyone ap
peered satisfied $��t the affdlr --si
been so (successful.   -1;$\
Many of the resident* afterward?
joined the peode ot New Westminster In thetr celebrations.
ICoatlniud oo ��am fou)
Praise Indeed.
The representative of the Centra!
Pre** staffd that many ot the scenes
ln other cities were renetltfnn* o'
what had atreadv been vleWed. West
minster had a unlmte program. He
was partlc-lsrlv pleased'��� With the
Fraser M'Hs tr'p.
New Weetr'tn!����*r e*n claim * th-
rredlt of he',-<r \he on\y <r*v diirin*
the tour of the flove-nof General to
he e.ompleffl'- finished in ie<ioratlon��
on the arrival of the Royal guest.
Tbis statement was made by the offl-
cjal photographer accompasying the
* party.
Owner tn England.
Mr. Meredith ts at   freeent   on   a
business trip to '"tftiaJ and there-
fcre is ignorant of his lass. The house
was built in 1891 hy Mr. C. G. Major
at a cost of about $14,000, but according to Mr.  Major himself, lt would
cost more than twice that amount at
the present time to duplicate such a
home.   He scld it to Mr. Meredith   ln
July. 1909.
During the winter of that year, Mr.
Meredith spent $6000 alone on redecorating the house. It Is understood
that $15,000 is carried on Insurance
on the fittings and fnrsHore, and also
a large amount on the house. The loss
cannot be made ont until Oie adjusters a-rtve and flgure oat the damage.
Acti��g Cl ef ndriaon was In charge
of the flreme'L
SAD EATAIIJY AI
BARNSHM BMW
Four Year Old   floy Is  Jolted   from
Warjon and Falls Uader the
Wheels.
A tragic accident occurred at Barnston Island on Saturday, as the result
ot which Gordon Nesblt, four year, old
son of Mr. Nesblt. owner of a ranch
on the island, passed away at the
Royal Columbian hospital yesterday
morning.
It seems that tho anfortunate lad
was enjoying a ride wtth hla father
on one of the fane wagoas on tho
ranch on Saturday, whea somehow
tbe wagon was tilted , pad the two
slipped from, their aeal*.- Th* Bather
dropped on one side aad escaped Injury, but the boy fell am the opposite
side direotty under tho wheels which
passed over his cheat breaking several ribs and crudUag the lungs.
The father ruAed to hla boy and
on ascertaining the tnjeries had him
taken to the Royal CMraMaa hospital
here as quick aa possible. The poor
lad sank replay, however, and tt was
apparent from the abut that he had
received his death Maw aad all that
was possible waa dawe to relieve him
from pfin daring hla thud honrr. -/
The relatives ef the boy are grief
stricken at the death. The remains
are at Mordhle ft Boa's parlors in this
city, and the funenl wtB take placo
tomorrow to Bouadary Bay cemetery.
The <1 sdpment Bay.
The above subject wfll be fatly e^
plained from 'ihe Sortptoral standpoint. In a lecture to he delivered by
one fit the foremost BlHs students in
America. Mr. Frank Deeper.
Mr, Draper haa beea a Bible student for many years, aad ts folly capable of handling this tatoNtt'ng sub"'
ject in a most thoraagh and practical
manner. Come aad hear him tn the
Knlghto ot Pythlee HaB. Sept 24th.
Tuesday p. m.. 1:3%, nadir the auspices Ot the lnterasttoasl Bible Sto-
dents Association
'���. vl PAGE TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,  8EPTEMBER 23,  1912,
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FOIt SALE���TWO BIKD3, CHEAP.
Apply 815  Aer.es street.
FOR SALE���FIVE BOOMED HOUSE
modern. Price $2800. Will take
lot fcr part payment. Eox 113, this
office.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���TWO YOUNG I.ADIE3
for Westminster Exhibition. Apply
to Mr. J. A. Walker, care J. S. Fry
ar.d Sons. Ltd.. 1114 Hamilton
street, Vancouver, B. C.
FOU SALE���EIGHT LOTS. ABOUT
l!i acres with 6S6 foot road frontage, splendid location, close to now
eiibool und tram. Owner, P. O.
Box 977, Ne-.v  Westminster.
WANTED���A NURSERY OOVEBN-
ess fcr two children, Apply tb 48
Royal avenue.
WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIO
neer Dye Works, Second street.
Phone 430.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FDRN-
ished rooms; would prefer a small
furnished house. Address Box 101
News office.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE Require two comfortable furnished
rooms-, old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. It.
depot.    Phone 401.
WANTKD���AN     1RONER,       KOYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTED- ROOM ERS AND BOARD-
ers.   'Mi Hartluns stieet.
THE DEVELOPMENT CLUB OK
Fort i-'raser, p, C. wants to get In
touch with you it you are looking
for a "live wire" town to locate or
invest in. Fort Fraser offers you
the greatest opportunity In Canada
���and that means on the continent.
By writing to the club's secretary
you on obtain complete Information about Fort Fraser and its fas;
multiplying Industries. In your
letter Five all the information as to
your needs that you can so tha*
your questions can be answered lu
the most complete way, Write today and be sure and ask for the
latest copy of the Fort Fraser News
Fort Fraser Development Cluh, W.
A. Matheson, secretary, Vaneouver
office,   102   Winch   Building.
TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED ROOM
with bath; private home; 417 Victoria street, two blocks from post
office.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
tpen fmit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; ?1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also oue
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avonue, East Burnaby, between
Second nnd Fourth street, one and
oue-half blocks from car.
FOR   SALK���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL
rnost new.   408 Fifth street.
FOR SALE���CHEAP. IN GOOD OR
der, a four burner kus plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
���YjU SALE���SViABL HOUSE, SHEDS
ioo|i and chid.ens, 21 fruit tree
full bearing; lot fi ROxlUB feet, gar
den arj.l vegetables: Math avenue.
B'urtiahy, between Second and
Foiii-th'streets. P'ife $iflf>0! verj
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from elty car.   A. L, N., News office.
^OR BALE��� STEEL MALLEABLE
innges on easy terms; $1,00 down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co..
Market Square,
FOUND.
POUND -- BUNCH OF KEY!"? ON
r'is en 8t Andrews street, between
Ninth nud Tenth streets. Owner
may obtain name at thla office by
proving i'p~*ae,tr7.rr, and paying for
thi.? advertisement.
FOUND���PURSE CON TAINING
small aum of money. Apply Bo::
city.
TO RENT���TWO LARGE FRONT
rooms in Hardman block, overlooking the Fraser river, suitable for
light housekeeping, offices or work
moms. Apply Westminster Daily
News.
TO RENT-THREE UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, 815 Agnes St
TO RENT���TWO ROOMED HOTJ3E
with water, 622 13th street. Phone
R274.
FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY OR
week over Royal Bank of Canada.
654 Columbia street.
TO    RENT  ���  TWO    FURNISHED
rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FOR   RENT���NEWLY   FURNISHED
eight roomed modern house.    Will'
give    lease.    Apply    415    Twelfth.
street between 1 and 3 p.m. i
TO   RENT���A   SUITE   OF   NICELY'
*        furnished   housekeeping   rooms,  37,
Agnes street, phone L 638. |
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
DEAL BUIL3IN3 SITE In heart of
city, site G0>143, one block from
car. Fruit trees and r.iable. Frice
$3000 on easy terms.    C
:.HOE    AMD    HARNESS   BUSINESS
for sale���excellent turnover. Rapidly growing agricultural centre. Including three Main street lots. Store
and dwelling. ?420\ne buys the
property ai.d good will for the bus
ness. Stock cn valuation, This is
a money maker. Terms to suit pur
chaser.    Ceed reason for seliir.3.
OKANAGAN ORCHARD For City property���We have a five-acre orchard
in full bearing, with house and out
buildings. Splcr.d'd place for pcul
try. Owner will either sell or trad":
for city property.   Price $4500.
FOUR CHOICE ACRES on Lopez Is
land. All fenced wtth small house
Finest climate. Double boat set
vice daily between Victoria and Bel
lingham.   Price ?75��,00 cash.
CHOICE CORNER LOT an Fcurti
avenue, 65x110. $2609; one-thin
cash; 6, 12 snd H months.
HOUSE AT EDMONDS. Two blockf
from car. Lot 88x114, partly clear
ed. Dairy stable for several animals.
Price $1550. Cash $300. Easy term*
for balance. A.
ORCHARD -AND CHICKEN RANCH
in East Burnaby. Large let planted
in apples, plums ar.d pears. Prier
$1350. $500 casb. D.
A CORNER LOT ON DOUGLAS
Street, Burnaby, 47x116 to lant
$1200.   $300 cash, $10 per month.   J
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms. 828 Royal Avenue. (INVESTORS'    INVESTMENT   CO.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping room3.    224 Seventh street
FOR RENT���LARGE, AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet, in Hard-
iman block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westmlnater Daily Nows.
j Real Estate and Insurance.
I Notary Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
PUBLICITY BUREAU
HAS SHORT SESSION
Committee   Appointed   to   Draw   Up
Alterations to Present Constitution.
At the meeting of tho Fraser Vai-
loy Municipal Publicity Bureau held
on Friday, Mr. B. J. Walker brought
i'urward a resolution to alter the constitution cf the organization. Hs did
not officially Introduce the motion,
however bul will s. ek to have it carried at 'he next meeting.
lie proposes that the bureau be
made up from members of municipal
councils or boards of trade evcluslve-
lv and suggests several changes as to
.he membership fees.
The resolution reads:
"That the Board of Control of the
Eraser Va'ley Municipality Bureau
consists of members of municipal
councils or boards of trade exclusively. Not mor? than two members to
represent esch municipal district,
namelv, one from the Municipal Coun-
e!l a-td one from the Board of Trade,
and In case of there being only a municipal or only a board of trade, then
,\vo members from that body.
"Membership In the bureau shall
ho extended tn everv mnnlclnrU't".
laving a monthly subscription of tot
or flrteen dollars, faooordlnx as th��y
mav be assessed by the Board of Con-
trr.D,
"Every person paying a monthly
subscription of live dollars, ahall also
be a member of the bureau, and. sub
'eet to payment ef dues, and, belnt
!n good standing, shell have a vote in
the selection of memb��ra to represent
the municipality or district or town-
site in which he is a resident or rate-
iaver.   Fees to be paid in advance.
"A municipal council shall be at
liberty to nominate a person outsld"
!,s ni-mbfr to rerrepent it upon tbe
Hoard ef Control In lieu cf a member of the councll."
In connection with the mooted alterations in the constitution of the
bnrea". Mr. .1. A. Hn'es. of Mission,
fivcred tho aopotntmeni ef a committee whose sole duty would be to take
the necessarv step to make t.he
changes. T'e elso suggested that the
-.r-vip of the li>ire<-| he widened in
nl'-r ie 'nr>i��de schemes for the fos-
���erin.T of industrial development, the
n'n^>-'-r cf unimproved la-id and several olher matters. Roth of Mr.-Bates'
wiggcstioi s received tlie anproval of
the me-"l:c;-3 at the gathering,
Thp br'ef meeting wa3 very poorlv
attended die to dusking with several
fa'rs and to the presence of the Duke
cf Connausht in the district, lt w^
explained that it h&d been proposed
to cest'ione tbe meetirs altogether,
���mt owjng to the miscarriage of plans
til's was not done.
Vice-President Dick wis in the
obfttj ip the absence of President
Weart ef n-irnab". and Mr. J. A.
Tln'es of M'*slon waa noting ��e<Je-
tary. Af'er the seps'on those present
were entertpir.ed te l-'-eheon by the
Wunt'nirdon Board or Trad-\
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Dredge.
Sealed tenders will be received bv
A. O. Powell, Harbor Engineer forth"
City of New Westminster. B. ('.. at
his office in room 22. 26 Lorne street,
until 12 o'cloc'; noon, of Tuesday.
Oct. 8. 1912. for a la'id"r dredge having a capacity of 250 c;;bic yards per
hour and rc eavating to a depth of 2"
feet. Further particub.r3 upon appli
nation.
CROP SITUATION
IMPROVES TRADE
Preparations  Being  Made  for  Heavy
Fall and Winter Trade, *ays
Dun's Review.
New York, Sept. 2i!.���General condi t'ona throughout the Dominion of
Canada, according to tho dispatches
received by Dun'a Review from
branch offices of R. C. Dun and Company, ln the leading trade centre!) of
tlie Dominion of Canada continue almost uniformly favorable, for while
some complaint Is heard of too much
rain, crop prospocts nre good and
there ls a liberal distribution of the
merchandise In preparation for an active fall and winter trade.
Business ls active In Montreal.
where dry goods-dealers are working
overtime to fill orders, groceries are
ln brUk demand and clothing, footwear and other staples are going freely Into consumption.
At Quebec local wholesale business
Is well maintained and both city and
country retail trade Is In good volume, there being a brisk demand for
all seasonable merchandise. The
i who'esnle movement of the fall good I
(at Toronto ls quite sollr.factorv with a
good call for dry goods, clothing, footwear and o'her staples.
Large orders are coming In tot
winter merchand'se and manufacturing establishments are ell busy.
Hamilton ronorLi little   change   In
the volume   of  business,  being   well
I sustained, both at  wholesale and retail with prospects encouraging most
merchants.
London appears sat'sf'ed at present. Manufacturers report ��� the r*>-
ceiot of liberal orders, and labor is
well employed.
In the far west and northwes* fur-
ther  progress    Is reported    and   *���'!
I lipes are benefitted bv the generally
: favorable eron situation,
j    Trade conditions 00  the whole re
I main  srtlsfactory  at  Wlnnlreg.    T'-**
'current     movement     of   seasonable'
! merchandise heing henvv but the general plae'ng of rew business is btlhtf
eostooned until the crons ni""" mor" |
freely.    Harvesting in the vicinity  ot ,
Saskatoon    is    nbout    finished    with
gratifying   results   and   business   is
I verv active especially tn tho groceries
and drv goods.
i All departments of trade are active
I at Regina where no material damage
I ha3 resulted from tho recent frost=
; .ind harvesting operations are well
advanced.
I    Gross earnings of all Canadian railroads reporting to date for the   first
I week hi September show gains of 14.1
I per cent, as compan-d with the endings of the same road3 for the corres
ponding re^'ed a vear a^o..
Commerc'ol failures in th�� D^miri
Ir.n di'T-'ng the nest wnek rumbe'-e'i
?4 onniTiMt st laf-t week, ar.d 27 the
same v eek lt>st year.
ROYAL PARTY GO
TO PRINCE RUPERT
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room !>, Knights of Pythiue
Jiall, corner Eighth sireet and Agnes
s'.reet.
TO RENT���LA UGE AIRS* FRONT
hedroom. furnished. Terms reason
able.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FWRNI8HED BOARDING
house.    Address Box lt*.*i City.
FOU KENT���LAliGE FRONT BOOM
siiitahle for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52::164.
with 20 foot lane in 'he rear, on
Newcome Road ar.A Thirteenth Ave..
East Burnaby. Pricfc $uC0; $60 down
balance $15 per menth.
Four and a half aore-i In Surrey
10 miles from New Westminster an'.
3 mile from Sullivan station. B.C.E.R
Price $900; JIM down and balance
$10 per m��i'th.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Cairllrun Block. Four'h Avenue
Piior.e 719- Ca*1 B^naby, O.C
and Sixth Street.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, Engllst
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LARGEST LIST OF
YYA1ERER0NTAGE
ACREAGE and LOTS
and Swiss
WATCHES
Ail   Work  Guaranteed.
541 Front Street       N'-> City Market
Two Barns
WE   HAVE   FOR   QUICK   SALE
66 foot lot, cleared, on Kemp street,
near corner of Mary avenue.
60 foot lot on Fifteenth avenue adjoining car line.
EASY   TERMS.
'WAIER, BANGS S ��0.
PHONE 1034.
ColdkolL ll...   Eait Burnaby
ail Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
-16   Lorne   Street.   New   Westminster.
Vancouver Visit Closes���Enthualaatlc
Se.idoff by Large Crovvde
on Dock.
Vaneouver. Sept.. 22.���The Royal
party embarked for Prince Rupert on
the ('.. P. R. steamer Pr'ncsa Alice a'
10:30 laat night. On the dock to b'd
farewell was Hi3 Worship Mayor
James Flnlay, Mr. E. R. Ricketta aid
Mr. C. Ii. Bonnor, the mayor's aecretary.
Thfl Royal party was escorted te
���he dock from th" Hot��l Vancouver
bv an escort of eity mounted pollce.
under the direct charge rf Chief
Chamberlin ar.A P-outy Chief Mul
horr>. Th��. driveway from the railway
station entrance to the dock occupied
by the steamer was outlined In elec
trie lights In the National colors, Cured, wh'ta and blue. Targets of th��
royal color, red, were la'd from the
noiut where the Roval parfv alighted
from their automob'les to the boat.
Aa tbe steam"' left 1^ morrlnccs
His Worship called for three cheers
'or His Royal Highness the Duke of
Connaught, and thereafter anntha-.
three cheers for His Malcsty K'ng
George V. The mayor then called for
"V,-"e ch����rs eaf'i for their Rcyal
Highnesses the Duchess and Princess
Pitrie'.a ef Conniught.
,',a lh* vessel i->(iv"d Into the
��tream 'h" ��� rod ptneding on the
dock. ir'' b- 'Tis Worship, salutnd
i'"> fl -^-r':"" i']-'!t-'eus guests with
��� ''���< erst verse of the National Anthem.
Tbe Spot
^Ibar
17 Large Lots; 62 x 132; Edmonds District;
over-looking Burnaby Lake; high and dry;
Price $550, $75 Cash, Balance $15 a month.
Come in and let ns show you this property.
The Peoples Xros t Coj2*
[451 Columbia Street
FOR CHOICE
OYSTERS
BEEF
GO TO
P.  BURNS' SV1ARI1ET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Large Front Room in Hard-
man Block, 30 x 30 feet; is
well lighted.
Suitable for office, workroom
or  living rooms.
APPLY TO
Westminster Daily News
EDMONDS
leal Met
F��. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE" L 883
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tcnder3 for Painting Herse Show
D'jildina.
The Corporation Invite* tenders fov
the painting cf exterior of tha Hora:
���how Building with oha crat of Pr'm
'������:\%. Plana ctn be Been at offiee of
C'ty Engineer.
Tr_iirtrrsi to be rtem-evr-d to the un
deraljucd b/ Z o'oleolt nr :>".r,\ \nst,
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
VOTE? FOfl WOMEN
Supporters Get Rough Handling Whan
Tackling Lloyd Gccrge.
London, Sept. 2:'..���S-'.ffraKette3 who
iiltrmpted yesterday to break up a
meeting addresand by Rt, Hon. D-ivid
' loyd George, the Chancellor of the
Exchequer at Llinys'umway, Wales,
wore roughly handled and forced to
seek protection in the neighboring
cottages. Mr. Lloyd George wai
brought up ln the home of his uncle,
a bootmaker, at Llanystumway, and
the chancellor was presenting the village with an institution.
The Welsh suffragettes had asked
that the demonstration, which was attended by several cabinet ministers
besides Mr. Lloyd George, and a number of Welsh members of parliament,
ahonld t;ot be Interrupted, but the
Hjngllsb supporters of the cause lr-
nered this and sent down a party of
their followers. The Chancellor hardly had opened his mouth before the
familiar cry cf "Votes far Women"
was heard.
The chancellor said Ihnt the Institution was not di'e to his bonevolonca
but t:i tho depth cf his enemies' hat-
rod. *'e had spent on the lr.atlt"tttjilt
..'AtviO Which had b<*%** given to h.m
aj da:aajej ln a libel 3uit.
Builders
Contractors
Let ua flgure with you on
your lumber requirements.. Wa
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber producta at our
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vaneouver, New Westminster and   Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEAnDSLEB, W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Prea. and Ganl. Mgr.   /   Vic��-Pr��Hdent. Sao. md Traaa.(
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR. CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phonea No. 7 and 877.
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it Pays to Advertise in the Daily News- i     ���wp���wp������jpp
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,  19'.2.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CRU URIEL'S FAK3US C.1AVAT.
It V/at a Work of Art, Tiad Only by a
S-iddcn  Inspiration.
George Briunmel, belter known nt
"Hoau RrumiiK'l," wus for twenty
years the despot ol fashionable London society. At a time When Napoleon was winning his victories there
Wera people who would have preferred
the fame of this prince of dandies.
But it should not be supposed tliat
he was extravagant in his dress. William B. Burton in "The Days of the
Georges" quotes his famous aphorism, as true to-dny as it was then,
"A well-drossed gentleman ought to
wear nothing wliich would attract
particular attention in the street."
He took the elements of dress as he
found them and brought each to perfection in a harmonious combination.
His one innovation wns the white
cravat, and upon this he lavished his
gonitis. He had a theory, which he
imported to his intimates, that a
cravat could be properly tied only by
a sudden inspiration and tliat if thnt
Inspiration failed it was necessary to
beu'in over again. Such serious views
on this mighty question doubtless explained the appearance of Mr. Watson
(Brummel's valet) on the staircase
with an armful of white cravats and
his remark to a favored guest. "8ome
of our failures."
To another inquiring into the mysteries of the cult ltrummel whispered
the ma:.:ie word. "Starch." The famous neckwear, it appears, consisted r f
mariy feet of line linen stiffened to ihe
exact .degree which would allow of
three parU of its length to be held up
without collapsing. Hnving attained
thus (ine tamper, it was ready for Mr.
Brummel'l throat, ar.d the central
rite of the toilet began.
As each fold encircled his neck
there was a soie.nn bending down of
the beau's chin in order that it should
take a natural crease, this being le-
peated until the whole presented an
aspect acceptable to his fastidious
taste, when it was secured by a sold
brooch, and the ritual was at an end.
A few���a very few��� of his most intimate friends were admitted to these
sacred myst rk>s. Tho Pr.ncc of Wales,
of course, cume when he chose, which
was often. Ho would honor tiie boau
by wutchin,? him attentively by the
hour at his dressing table.
Successful "Duffer."
Major Sir T. B. Robinson. a;;ent-
general f'.r Queensland, presented the
prizes at the Crystal Palnce Engineering School, London, s<>me time ago.
He said that he had always been very
bad at examinations and bad never
won a prize. Nevertheless, he was
included in a list which contained
the names of all the leading engineers
o[ the day, t'-.'-ugh .'-e did nut know
why lie 5-ft's plaiecl thero.
"It is really astonishing," Sir T. .1.
Robinson went on, "what duffers can
do if oily they stick to it. It is my
advice to duffer*, among whom I reckon myself, tliat all cur difficulties
must yield to insistent effort. I
have oiten asked men in hi:.:h posi-
tioi s t.> what they attribute stheir
success, ai'.d it is astonishing to find
how litt'e they know about it. It is
the fellow who does everything's little m rj thoroughly and i ossib'.y a
little q-iirk.T than ether people who
goea ahead."
S'.lf nt.'inf I nf armors.
It is conjecturedNthof or.e of the
Berlin apaches shot his wounded com
pani'in t-j prevent eny possibility of
his giving evidenca against the band.
In one potable casa a prisoner Secure 1
the assistance of authority for the
same puriwse. They wore two captured Irish rebels of 1798, and or.e ol
them told tlie officer in command that
he couid inn'.;." very important revelations, but that be was afraid to do in
while the other was alive, because it
b.v any chime ihat other escaped his
own Hie would not be worth a day's
purchase. Ti-.o officer promptly had
the stumbling block removed, and
then the survivor simply said: "Now
shoot ni9 as soon as you please. 1
knew he'd i.each."
Dueling In Old Ireland.
In the old days dueling was almost
a pastime among tlie Iri.ih s<juires. It
wa3 the dessert to the dinner. There
is the story of the Galway gentleman
who was seen practicing with a pistol
in his back garden. Aud the explanation, "I've a dinner party of friends
this cvenii ?, and I am getting m.v
pistol hand into jr,ictn.e." One recalls, tco. Mr. MacDonagh's note of a
dying squire's last words of advice to
his son. "God bless you, my boy!" he
said. "I leuve you nothing but debts
and mortgages. But I'll give you on��
piece of advice ��� never drink with
your back to thc flre ar.d never (ijrlit
a duel with jour face to the sun."���
London Chronicle.
The Drunkard's Cloak.
In the time of the Commonwealth
in England the magistrates of Newcastle-upon-Tyne punished drunkards
by making them carry a tub called the
dfunkardis eioak. This tub was worn
bottom upv.-urd, there being a hole at
the bottom for the head and twi
smaller holes in the sides tor the
hands to pass through, and thin ridiculously attired the delinquent was
made to walk through tho streets of
the town for as long a time as the,
magistrates thought proper to order,
according to the gro6sness of tlie Of-
ienoe.
The V/ord "Nugget."
"Nugget" was formerly u-<ed to signify a bit or lump of anything, as a
"nugget of tobacco." Nowadays, how-
over^ it is used principally of gold as
it comes from the mine. This use is
Australian. Governor Sir William
Den ison ol Australia wrote in 1M2,
"In many instances tive gold is
brought to market in lumps or nuggets, as they are called,"
The Only Ratepayer.
Mr. Williams, a farmer, the only
ratepayer in the parish of Boscobel,
Shropshire, England, has bein appointed oversaer. The other residents
iu the parish pay him their rates in
their rents.
MODELED FROM MEMORY.
Janton Was ��� Wonder, Though He Did
Once Mix His Subject*.
Piintiin. thi* i-elebniied caricaturist.
hHil h WuixWflll powtr of modeling
lrom memory. After one long look at
his subject be could go tu bts studio
mid make a bust quite perfect lu Ita
reNcinliltinro.
One day a young mnn eome to blm,
say I iin that bis sister wus Ut and about
to die and tbnt. ullbougb the family
wished tier bust modeled, tbey dared
not excite her by mentioning it
Would lie undertake to reproduce ber
featuies after seulug her once? Uiid-
ton agreed, and next day the brother
Informed hls sister Unit he Intended
to present her with some Jewels um]
that a young mun would bring some
specimens fur ber approval.
Dunton brought In the Jewels nud.
going home, modeled a bust of strllc
lag re.semblnnce. Next yenr an old
gentleman, tbe tutber ul lbe young wo
���uun. came to order a bust of tbe brother, who also bad diet! Thin, tou. was s
marvelous hiioccms.
Tbe result uf Htti-h planning, however, was nut alwuya as sutlsfttrtury
to his pntrous as Id these cusos. A
gentleman wbo cutlld nut perxiuid* bis
wife to sit ssked liuuton lo enter a
certain omnibus une duy and Ox In his
aiemury the feu tures uf th�� lady up
poxlte hlm.
He did so. modeled a beautiful bust
and nent it home. It proved, buwever,
to be not Ihe mistress, imt the miild.
who hud also taken the trip In lbs
uiiililbus.
SIR EDWARD CARSON
MAY BE REMOVED
From Privy Council If Danger LlnsDe  |
Overstepped���Dramatic    Development   Promised.
MONARCHS AND COINS.
Napoleon In ��� Temper and Louis Philippe on * Hunt
The grent Napoleon was not Brent
at ttie wliist table, mul a elmruetens
tte story ts told ut hlm nt St Helena.
At a private party of whist be took
out four napuleonx tu uxe an markers,
und uue of the yuwiir Indies touk up
oue ut the rotas mid a*l;rd hlm what
It wns The polite Hero snatched It
rutber roughly frutn tier und. potiitiui:
tu the Impression, exclaimed. "Cent
niol."
l'he annoyance caused by this tnel
dent milled blm so much that be made
u  misdeal     The party begged  him t"
try again, and he did so witb the same
result    His rounteiuiin-e men display
ed the rages ot convulsive  fury, and
nis auger wus not nppensed until tbe
bouse hnd been sen relied lor old curds,
wliich   could    be   more   easily   dealt
Meantime    the   unhappy   Count    l.ns
C.'nses, bis only attendant, wus ordered J
tu sit down at a spare table tu pluy '
(lie cards alone until tliey should run I
smoot bly.
Louis Philippe showed equal regard
for tbe colo tbnt bure his name. He
dropped a touts on the carpet while
play ine wliist and arrested tbo pros
ress of the cume tu look tor It. where
upon a foreign suiUussndor who win
une or the party set Brv to a blllet-<it
l.ooO trnues tu give llgbt to tbe king
under the table.
London, Sept. 22.���It ls stated on
apparently unimptachablo authority,
if in the opinion cf the law officers or
the crown, Sir Edward Carson ovtr-
uteps the danger t;:ie, the ministry Intends to advise the king to remove
him from the Privy Council. V>ell-
informed persons ai/iSrt that if thli
occurs Messrs. lioiiar La*, P. U,
Smith, Walter Long and olhers, ou
the front opposition benches, thoujh
probably with the except.cn cf &1i:
Austen' Chamberlain, wul dramatically resign thc.r positions as privy
councillors,
Sir Edward Careen iitmstlf does not
attempt to disguise the hope that tne
ministry be tempted to prosecute huu
as William Gladstone prosecuted Parnell but so far Uie lead ng ministerial
Journals do nut advocate this. They
take a'patronlsingly pitiful attitude oil
what they call "Carson's abortive attempt to make England's flesh
creep."
Ministerial organs point out that
the solemu covenant published this
morning carefully avoids words absolutely committing the signatories t-j
criminal conduct and Is far remote
ircm Carson's threats of "a million
armed ironsides marching from Belfast to Cork," intent on shaking the
throne and shattering the Empire if
Home Itule passed.
The Ulsterites' reply to this must
wait until Monday. The Ulster Unionist Council, consisting of 433 members, elected by 400,444 Ulster electors will then receive and adopt a
draft constitution fcr the province.
This has been drawn up by a commission of flve sitting as a provisiona'
governing body, and is somewhat
after a model French revolution, designed to operate on the day the
Home Itule bill receives Royal as
sent.
This, declare the leaders of the
Ulsterities, will stop once and for all
the gibes about Ulster bluff.
Dynamite snd Tree Planting.
Possibly what nt tlrst signt appears
to he the strrinaest application of dynamite Is for the purpose of planting
trees Tet Its success In tbls connection Is snid to be peculiarly remarkable When a hole Is mnde with a
spnde the surrumidlnc soil Is left in
Its hard condition Tbe result Is thnt
the roots flnd It difficult to start. They
nre cramped lu the tliibt quarters of
the hole and cunnot pierce the mr
rounding hard wull of earih With
dynamite a larue clean hole Is hlnsted
out siiil. In sddltloo. the soil on nit
sides Is loosened for flre or six feel.
When the tree Is planted tbe yomnt
snd tender roots force their way with
nut effort thrmmh the crertees. suck
ms up nourishment, snd commence to
irrnw from tbe moment tbey are set
without any retardation whatever.
Peas and Lentils.
The word "peu" Is derived from
Plsfl. �� Ureek city of Klls. which seems
to nnve been the center ut the pes
(jiovviiiu industry ror yours before the
time of Christ. The antiquarians sver
tliat the "mess (Mittse*." for which
Kssu sold his birthright, whs a dish
of pea*. In those times they were
eslled "lentils." and sven at the pres
ent day the Knpiwtt common people
ot several of tbe Kngiish shires, nota
til) Middlesex hs well ns Oxfordshire
end iliein "UK" dropplim the "len"
in the ume of .Mary ili��v were cnlien
-peiisnns." and in the time ot Charles
1   "liens*."
* ������
A Literary Senmtion.
������Whnt's the enuse ut Uie etcltement>
l.fMtk' There's tt Uleilt crowd Hrouud
ibe public lllitnrv iMilldiim Something
must huve mippeiieu '
-Wnlt a milllitu. I ��now fhe libra
rtnn I'll telephone ovet uud see what's
v* conic,"
, Ituslness of telephoning.!
-Well, whnt Is itr
"Sometxidv has started a rumor thnt
there ts a business man Inside reading
n honk of poems."-Cbleugo Record
Hernia.       ^^
Unlike Pishing Lines.
"Tbnt flshlUB song In the new opera
Is Pieret. don t yon ibink'/" asked tba
frith*. j
".Vo." replied the hard luck angler;
"It isn't at all natural."
"No?"
"iSo: the lines ara too catchy."
Drsmatio Not*.
Angusuis-��4'm not fond of the stnge.
Vlntet, hut I near yonr father on the
stu irs. and I thin* I hsd better go h*
tore the footlights-London Hketch.
Ufa Is not so short bnt Uutt there la
alwaya time for courtesy.-Emeraou.
WESTMINSTER     OPERA     HO'JSC
Play wr Igh ta fcr quite 8 while have
been trying to duplicate tbe success
of "iii Old Kentucky" with plays of
like sort laid along similar lines" Thc
success of "In Old Kentucky" ls phenomenal und it ls tho ambition of
every author to write a pla"y that will
bring down in royalties aa magnlfl'
scat a sum cf money a3 ha3 the blue
r;rt<s3 play.
Yen- after year It continues attract
ing the multitudes and making money
fcr its managers and author. Th.-
litter, Mr. C. T. Da7ey, has written a
dozen plays or more since "In Old
Kentucky." but in no instance has
he succeeded in duplicating the success achieved by his drama of thc
Kentucky hills. "In Old Kentucky"
is announced for presentation at the
Westminster Opera House on Wednesday night of this week.
3YNOPSIS   OF  COAL   MINING   HE
GULATION3.
COAL MINING rights of the Domiu
ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan ^mi
Alberta^ the Yukon Territory, the
Northwe3t Territories aud in a por
tlon of tbe province cf British Columbia, may be leased ror a term oi twenty-one years at an annual rental of
tl an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person K.
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land mu3t
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurvcy
��d territory the tract applied for shari!
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded If the rights applied for are
uot available, but not otherwise. /.
royalty shall be paid on the merchant
able output of the mine at the rate
of fire centa per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
i'i;rulsh the Agent with sworn returns
icoountirg for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
���oyalty thereon. If tho coal mining
rights are not being epertted auch returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mining rlghta only, but the leasee will be
ermitted to purchase whatever avail-
>ble surface rights may be considered
lecessary for the working of the mine
tt the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
ihould be made to the Secretary of
the Department cf the Interior, Otta-
���va, or to any Agent or SiibAgfent of
Oon.lulon Lands. ���   '���
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy M'n'ster of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorised publication of
Ms advertisement *v ill net be paid
Tor.
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Now ia thc time to build for saie or rent while prices are low
LANO   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re tbe North half of S'il)d'vi8icr
10 of Lot 93, Group 1, ln the District
of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss cf Title
Number J?4f>8A, issued In tbe i.a-j\e oi
Catherine Frances Wise has been fll
ed in this office.
Notice is hereby Riven that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publicat'on here
of, in a daily newspaper published !i.
the city of New Westminster, Issue �����
duplicate of the a?.id certtficnta. nn
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. K��3ITH.
District Registrar of Titles
L*nd Registry Office..New Westminster, B. C, September Sth. l��l:L
psrir-
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEW3
CLA83IFIEO AOVERTISMENTS
BRrNG QUICK  RE8ULT8
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS KEitKBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 150 cf the I aud
Registry Act 1 Inteud at the expire
tion cf Thirty (39) days from th*
date hereof to cancel the registration
of a certain ajreeaieut dated tha 28th
day ef November, 1910, made be
tween Harry J. Morrison, ot Vancouver, O. C, as Vendor and William P.
Moncrieff as Vendve, In which said
agreement tbe said Vendor agreed to
sell to the said Vendee Lot Five (3)
in the Subdiv'slon of District Lot
Three hundred and fifty-eight (S"��8),
New Westminster District, according
to a plan deposited in the Land Registry Office at New Westminster, B.
C.
Ana I do order that ptiblicatton of
tbls notice as nun-ber 1729, tor one
month tn the tiiily news-gaper published In New Westminster shall be
good and sufftcio.it servic^
Dated at New Westminster, B. C,
this 7th day ot September, A. D. 1912.
�� C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
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s6ld payable in all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1912.
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1912.
THE   ROYAL   VISIT.
Saturday's events will live long In
the memories of those who were priv
ileged to Bee the son ot tlie great
Queen Victoria In the city which
bears tho name of hur choice. Many
of us are unaccustomed to taking par'
in a royal welcome, aad there was
therefore, ample excuse for a cer
tain amount of nervousness In some
quarters as the event drew near. But
His Royal Highness is far from being
the overbearing autocrat who, often
mistakenly. Is associated with roy
ally by those whose upbringing has
been in an atmosphere tinged with re
publicanism.
We are a free and self-governing
people, one of the several nations
that have sprung trom the energy and
colonizing genius of thc races of the
British Isles, and it was as our Governor-General that the duke came
amongst us. His gracious bearing,
observable by all, was proof positive
that first of hla many qualities he 13
in all things a gentleman, always
making everyone whose privilege it ia
to come Into contact with him, feel
perfectly at ease; ever ready in quiet,
unobstrusive manner to fill in any lit
tie gaps that may present themselves
in the best of arrangements.
His good offices in thin latter di
rection were not required on Satur
day. Everything went forward with a
swing, and the Governor-General wa?
enabled to beep up his reputation oi
being a little ahead cf instead of be
hind time.
His interest io mffftary mattsrs wa
displayed by the unconcealed doligh
with which he chatted to t'.ie ferine
warriors of tbe native  Indian   army
and to each old sailor, soldier or vol
unteer in tho long line of the Natio:.
al Reserve, a movement upon whic':.
he   congratulated    the   city   aud    in
whose  future development   his   per
aonal influence was promise'd.
Many wonderful sights haa His
Royal Highness witnessed during a
long life. During his present tour the
prairies have given of their peculiai
pageantry, but the scenes in Westminster, where the varied races ol
the East, and the loaders of the na
tive Indians Joined with the all-pervading Britisher In rendering fealty
to the representative ot the crown;
where history aud progress have Indelibly set their seal; where flows
the great river of British Columbia
paat sawmill, cannery and its die
coverer's statue alike, may be expected to convey to the royal guest a last
ing impression of British Columbia's
past history, its present condition and
its preparations and problems of the
future.
Impressive Scenes Mark
of fl. R: H. the
Duke of Connaught
(Continued rrom page one*
Act. Chief Joe Punch���Skweaham.
Replies to Indians.
Chiefs of the Fraser Valley Indiana:
"I thank you for your loyal ex"
presslons of welcome and tor your
words of fealty to King George, whom
l represent hero in Canada.
"You all must know, as the terms
of your addreas prove, that it is the
ouu wish of his majesty, as of myself
and of others who are Bent to represent him iu the different portions of
the empire, that justice should be
done to all his subjects, and that
��very effort should be made to reconcile ln a satisfactory manner such interests as may from time to time be
���conflicting.
"The Indians or British Columbia
have ever shown themselves to be a
law abiding race, ready to adapt
themselves to the change of method
of life which civilization ln its advance imposes on all people from
whatever race they may descend.
"When you return to your people I
wish you to carry to them my best
wishes for their happiness, and to
say that my prayer is that the blessings of Providence may rest upon
them, and upon their descendants,
and that they may always continue to
be the loyal and worthy citizens of
the British empire that they are today."
The address tm behalf of the Sikhs
was then presented by Kapoor Singh
He read it as under:
Sikh Address.
"We, the Sikhs of the Province cf
Punjab in India, and now residing in
the District of New Westminster, ln
tbe Province of British Columbia, beg
to take thli opportunity of exprtsslng
Jur homage and devotion to Ycur
Royal Highness and to His Majesty
the King.
"In thla your visit to our adopted
country, we, as British subjects, extend to you welcome, and hope that
Your Royal Highness will be assured
of our loyalty to His Majesty the
King. Most of us are soldiers who
have served under famous generals ol
the British army in many a conflict
tor the supremacy cf the British
Anns, and we, therefore, feel a spe
cial interest in welcoming Your High
ness.
"We further wish to fake the op
portunity of making known our appreciation of Canadian laws and constitutions. During our sojourn in this
country we have prospered and desire
to do all we can to further the interests of our adopted country. We fee!
that were it permitted us to enjoy
the companionship of our wives and
families our live9 would be full of
happiness, and sincerely trust that
your government at Ottawa, wlll fav
irahly consider this matter and dea'
.vith us on an equal bas's with that d'
���jther subjects of the Brit'sh Empire
"We thank the authorities cf thi
City of New Westminster for this op
portunity of allowing uo to express
JOT fealty to Your Highness and tc
His Majesty the King, and finally vi
bee; to assure Your Highness that ly
ijefenoe of Br't'sh Arms nnd In Uk
upbuilding cf the Brit'sh Empire, w
vour humble servants, will remit-
faithful in our allegiance to His Maj
esty the King.
Slsned on behalf of the S'khs.
KAPOOR SINGH
Reply to Sikhs.
In his reply the Governor General
testified to the fighting qualities of
the Sikhs, with whom he had Been
service both in Egypt, in 1882, and
again during his seven years sojourn
in India. He knew them and their
loyalty to their Emperor and Empress, and trusted that this would
continue for years to come, and if the
occasion arose that they would again
he ready for the call to-arms. As for
tlieir request, he felt sure that tho
authorities would give the matter
their careful consideration when the
time arose.
Following the addresses a number
of ladie3 and gentlemen were present
ed to the Duke, and this over Acting
Mayor  Gray  called  for three  cheen
for His Royal Highness.   Those wor-
given with   a   will.   Address'in   th'
children in front of him the Covcno-
Qeneral said:   "I vant to tell yon ho*
pleased 1 an. end   bow   I atitireciat
what you have done today r.'.1 I hop
you will all grow v.? to be loyal Cana
dians.   I w'll row ask   y;u   to join
witli nie in three cheers fcr II 3 Ma
jesty King George."
A prolonged roar ensued, end tti
Duke then descended the phtforjr
and Inspected th" Eoy Sooots, Bvs
Brigade and National Resorve as do-
tailed elsewhere.
Lun:hion   at   Parr*.-*.
The party BCCOmj anted by the .\:t
'ng   Mayer   and   c;;y   council,   tr
tether with    a    test ot'oer    InvitoC
:::ests. lef:  for thp fn'ouy  Farm   ���
'e*\- ipinutes ahead cf  the   sch^a :.lr
The streets of Stpperton were abla"
���vith  oolor,  while  the  people of  Mil
l'ardvllle had erected cn arch   cvsr
the route.    CroweU   cf   chi',d-en   and
their parents were cn   the   doorsteps
loud with their cheers.     At the Col
ony Farm, the duke was met by Hon
Dr. Young, minister of education, and
escorted amid the strains of the Nation Anthem to the dining-room.    On
the veranda was the Colony orchestra
under   the leadership   of   Mr.  Mackness, of New Westminster.
Seated on the left of His Roya]
Highness was Hon. Dr. Young, while
311 his right was Acting Mayor Grav
Others who were present were Dr. C.
A. Doherty, superintendent. Dr. Mc
Kay, assistant superintendent, who
had worked indefatigably In the pre
paratlons; T. Gifford, M.P.; Bishop d
Pencier, W. J. Manson, M.P.P.. Dewd
ney; Col. Lowther, I.leut.-Col. Johnson
Aldermen White. Curtis, Henley, Kel
lington, J. It. Duncan, president of
the Board of Trade; Dr. F. P. Smith
president of the Progressive Association; John Hendry, Vancouver; C. H.
Stuart Wade, E. J. Fader, Councillors
Atkins, Marmont, Morgan and Langan, of Coquitlam, and members of
the British, Westminster and Vancou
ver press,
Following    the    luncheon,    during
which the orchestra played selection,
the party adjourned   to the paddock,
where a pavilion   had   beet)   erected.
An   inspection   of   the  prlxeryinnliK.
live stock of the farm was then made
the blue ribbon winners, which mad'
i clean sweep at Toronto and Ottaw...
exhibitions, having arrived from   the
East on the prev'ous evening.     Tin
duke Is a lover of live stock and too'
special Interest when  tho stork wa
paraded brfore the Royal star.d.
See  Giant  Mills.
The party then mail? its way to the
Fraser Mills by auto, where th'^v ver
received by President C'rl. A. D. Davidson und General Manager A. D, Ma
Rae and taken over the hiigc lun.bnr
nilla of the Canadian Western Kum
ber Company. Many of the receptio
committee join* d the party here. Thi
duke appeared very much impressed
with the scene as the monarchy of th
forest were drawn up Hie ".slip" ami
afterwards dismembered through th'
revolving guillotine saws. Althougi
the plant both exterior and lnterloi
had been decorated for the occasion
there was no cessation of work In
the mill, and the Royal party had
perfect facility to witness a real lumbering scene. Mr. W. S. Rogers,
manager of manufacture, assisted In
explaining the details connected with
the industry.
Before hoarding the Senator Jansen, which had been decorated for th?
occasion with flaps and bunting, the
Duke of Connaught personally thanked the officials for the Interesting
way in which they had carried out
the program at the mills. A great
crowd of people gathered on the
wharf at the mills and gave three
rousing cheers when the boat wa,
pulling away from shore. The Royal
guest was taken In the pilot house by
Actin? Mayor Gray and was shown
thc different points of interest on th"
wav down river to the wharf of ttie
C. P. R.
Here   another   pi-cat    c.mwd    had
'gathered and another cordial  recep
tion was given the duke as he stepped on shore, where he at once boarded an auto and was taken to the Tlpperary High School site.
Welcome at School.
The laying ot the foundation stone
of the new High School building���
The Duke of Connaught High School
���was one of the most impressive
ceremonies of the day. The affair
*as scheduled to take place at 4:45,
but His Royal Highness in the manner that has characterized his western tour, arrived at least half an hour
ahead of time. Preparations had been
made for such an emergency, however, and when the duke appeared
the children from the various schools
and Mr. T. J. Trapp, chairman of th���>.
board,   were   ready   to   receive   him.
Alighting on Royal avenue the
party proceeded up a carpeted gangway to the foundation stoiie. A dais
had been erected adjoining the foundations, the dark-green cedar' trees of
Tlpperary Park providing <a picturesque background.
As the royal visitor reached the
platform Mr. F. T. C. Wicket, supervisor of music In the city schools,
gave the signal and a massed choir of
students burst into singing "O, Canada," which was followed by "God
Save the King."
The members of the board wera
"irst presented, as also wore the architects, Messrs. Gardner & Mercer and
(Continued on Page Five.l
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Westminster Garden Acres
���where the Industries Are
ONLY
$100
DOWN
THAT'S EASY
ENOUGH
New Westminster is steadily growing: Soon it
will be a seaport of world importance, a great manufacturing centre.   Ihen what?
Why, then ycu and I will see great things here We
will see values rise and prices soar. The man who buys
now will be happy then.   Most anything a man can
buy in Westminster today is good.     Although,   of
course, some are better than others.
This brings me to the point. Just now, I have
something so very good that I want the people of my
town to be in on it. I refer to Westminster Garden
Tracts, a choice a block of land as ever was put on the
market, here or anywhere.
Let me tell you something about these tracts.
They are in the suburbs of Westminster, almost in the
town itself, and right in the manufacturing district, in
a locality where fourteen industries employ 2,000 men.
A place like this is assured. Industry attracts industry just as surely as the magnet attracts steel. So
more manuf acturies will come, more men will be needed, more homes will be required. These homes will be
on Westminster Garden Tracts.   Nowhere else.
Location, soil, advantages all assure this. On the
railway,?two blocks from the B. C. E. R. track, with
water mains already laid down and a school on the
property,���you wouldn't fird a more attractive proposition if ypu did nothing but search for a year. I know,
for it took me over three years to get the owner of
this land to consent to sell at all, and it is the last
chance you will have just as good.
Remember, these are acre gardens. Each tract
the sizefcf eight cily lets. Very scon the city will
spread out and all these gardens will be cut up into
eight lots each, with a big profit for the man who buys
now. The terms are very easy, quarterly or monthly
payment, just as you like, and only $100 when you decide. $1600 to $2400 is the price of these gardens, a
little down, a little at a time.
Now that you ar3 interested, come in and talk it
over. Gome in and ask all the questions you want.
And after vou're satisfied, take a ride out and see the
gardens.   You'll surely like them.
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1912,
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
page nv��
SPORTS
NO SCORE RESULTS
IN SOCCER MATCH
Vancouver    Thistles    Heavier    Than
Rovers, but Had Hard Time Keeping Them Out,
A goalless draw ended the flrst
league game of the Vancouver and
District league between the Rovers
and the Thistles of Vancouver, which
was played on Moody park grounds
on Saturday afternoon.
The reception to the Governor
General no doubt kept many from attending, but aB It was there was a
fair sli.ed crowd at the kick-off and
the brand of ball dished out by both
teams warrants the belief that senior
soccer ls in for a good advancement
in the Royal City this season. The
visitors only fielded ten meu at the
outset, but lt was not long beforo
Hotchkiss, the left back of the Rovers,
had lo retire owing to being troubled
again by an injury which be received
two weeks ago.
Although outweighed to a man, the
Rovers were ever dangerous and kept
the Vancouver defence always on the
hustle for clearances. Christian, for
the latter, played a stellar game ln
front of the net, and but for his work
the Rovers would have through more
than once. Cadyzlen and Ferguson on
the left wing got tn some fine combination work, and with a better understanding between them and their
centrel which will undoubtedly come
by practice, the goal scoring abilities
of the pivot man should show up well
on the tables.
The Vancouver team brought over a
fair sized crowd of supporters who
gave confidence to their pets by en-
couragenjent from the side lines.
The line up fellows:
Westminster���Coal, Collins; backs,
lio&kiss and LyonB; halves, Meiklejohn. Uruce and McMillan; forwards,
Hayes, Carlnduff, McLeod, Ferguson
and Cadyzlen.
Thistles ��� Coal, Lamb'e; backs,
Christian nnd McEwen; halves. Irvin,
Teed, Mlllan: forwards. Bell, Anderson, Matthews and Doull.
WERE TOO STRONG
EOR WESTMINSTER
Miller Cup  Holders  Run  Away  from
Rugby Boys���Crossed  Line
Eight Times.
As was expected, the Westminster
rufiby team could not hold its own
against tbe Crusaders of Vancouver,
losing tbe contest on Queens park
Saturday afternoon by 22 points to
nil.
The local management experienced
considerable difficulty in fielding a
full flfteen owing to the visit of the
Duke of Connaught.
The team, however, ls a young one
and when once they get down to real
hard training, the lack of which was
evident ln Saturday's game, they
should make a good flght with the
other clubs In the I'nion. Lloyd, the
half back, who went on full back during the second period, played a stei la;-
game for Westminster, being easily
the feature of his side's performance.
The Crusaders were ever dangerous
and during the game got away with
four goals and four tries. Tbe teams
were:
Crusaders���Bullen. McLorg. Gray.
Dwelley and McGIIIivray; Underhtll
and Baker; Leggat. Sachs. Murray,
Margetson. Extanca, McMonnles,
Fraser and McCulloch.
New Westminster���Shildrick; Ford,
Chamberlin, Collins, Hoult; Lloyd and
Dart; Biggs, Stevenson, Leamy, Flood,
Stacey, Pelley.
Referee, Mr. Eckersley.
SPOTTING EVENTS AT
COQUITLAM EXHIBITION
Coiultlatn, Sept. 22.���The Coquit-
iim lacrosse team added another
scalp to their belt when they defeated
the Sapperton Intermediate team 7-3
for pci��esston of the Malkln cup.
In the baseball game between Coquitlam and Malklns, of Vancouver,
the result was a tie, 2*2.
The local soccer team, champions
cf Hie lower mainland, defeated the
Ce<"r��r Cottage eleven one goal to nil.
All the games were played as features of the annual exhibition.
Impressive Scenes Mark
Visit of Ii. R. H. the
Duke of Connaught
(Continued from Page Four.)
Mr.   Adkison   representing   the   contractors for the building.
Chairman Trapp then delivered the
following address:
Trustees Address.       i
May It please your Royal Highness:
We, tho Bosrd of Education In the
i���... ���*. New Wemtmlnster cannot allow this occasion to pass without expressing our sense of appreciation at
i he honor you have conferred upon us
hv consent ntt to lav the corner-stona
cf - t ww tD*h 8chool.
We were eneouraged to ask this
favor of you becauBO of your well
i-**��� -��n    svmT>athv   with    everything
" the
advancement of higher education.
Our city enjoys the distinction ofl
having the first High School on the
mainland of British Columbia. Fifty
years ago the flrst Public School was
started in New Westminster, and wej
are celebrating the jubilee of our educational life as a city by opening
three large modern Public Schools,
and building a uew High School, all
fully equipped to meet the exacting
pedagogical demands of our times.      j
Under the fostering care of the government that has always been generous ln tts support of all matters pertaining to education, we have a school
system ln this province second to
none In the Dominion.
The opening of the Provincial University will mark a now era in the intellectual life of this province, and
our aim, as a board, is to place the
youth of our city In a position to tako
full advantage of that Institution.
We are also honored today by thc
presence of Their Royal Highnesses
the Duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia, whom, with yourself,
we most heartily welcome.
We assure your Royal Highness of
our confidence and esteem, and express tho hope that your visit to tho
Sunny Slopes of the Paciflc will be.
crowded with memories that will be
cherished with delight. I
In reply His Royal Highness stated
how pleased he was that the    Roya1
City was  going ahead    with    educa-'
tional  Institutions.   The vast Importance of education could not be overestimated  and  he had  always taken
an Interest In    such    work.    A    new
High   school    In   New   Westminster
would be a boon for the rising generation, and he trusted that they would
take advantage of it.   It was a plea; |
ure to him to allow his name to be
used for the new High school and ho j
thanked them  most heartily for    the j
kind reception they had accorded him
that day. j
The Duke was then handed a handsome silver trowel and the ceremony I
waB proceeded  with.    The    beautiful
polished granite 6tone   was   lowered
and adjusted    to    its    position.    His |
Royal Highness gave lt a tap with   a j
silver mallet and   said:    "I    declare i
this stone woll and truly laid." |
Mlss Madeline Fisher and Reginald
Moore, the two Westminster student1"
who stood highest in the McGill
scholarship matriculation exam'na
tions, were presented with medals hv
the Governor General. Following thi.*
a very pretty scene took place when
Misses Dorothy Trapp and Clara Maxwell, two pretty high school students
presented the Dirtte with two baskets
of flowers picked from thn gardens of
their respective homes. Thia conclud-
"tA the ceremony snd with the children cheering and the 104th regiment
with the National Reserve, Bov
Scouts and Sikhs lined up on Royal
avenue at the salute the party left
for St. Ann's academy in the autos.
It was at St. Ann's that the final
event of the visit and one of the
prettiest, took place. Tho royal party
drove round by the Crescent to the
main entrance of the academy where
tliey were met by the Mother
Superior. In tlie man hall of th >
school His Roval HiKhuesa was g'ven
a most beautiful and touching welcome. The st��id��ntB, all girls, dressed
In snowy white, were ranged In tler��
according to height at the farther end
of the entrance room. As the Duke
was ushered into the room all the
students bowed low and then music
on two pianos was rendered by four
students followed by a delightful song
of welcome by all the children. Mlss
Alice Fowler then came forward and
presented the Governor General with
an address as follows:
St. Ann's Greeting.
May lt please Your Royal Highness:
"Like the golden orb of day rising
In Its glory beyond our lofty mountain
peaV:s comes a bright festal dawning
in our balmy autumn days. 'Tis tha
presence of Your Royal Highness ln
our midst. The great honor conferred on our school by your royal presence ls deeply appreciated, and we
gladly extend you a thrice hearty
welcome!
"We would feign express ln glowing terms our loyalty and deep respect to our gracious Sovereign whom
you so worthily represent, forever
true to the Christian principles so
well taught ln this loved Institute, we
gladly, nay Joyously, pledge our fealty
over, to the Cross of St. George, Britannia's noble standard. We are British, and bless Heaven tor the numberless beneflts bestowed on this vast
Empire to which we so happily belong,
"Fair Canada, with Its brave hearts
and willing hands, ls like a peerless
gem In Britain's crown; but the
brightest facet to us, who pe<tc��fully
rt-vell In sight of FraaT's majestic
river ls our western province���British Columbia. Nature here ls pro-
fligats of her gifts and helps In no
little measure to render our hearts
i-ibmlsBlve and thus aid to promote
the honor and well-being of the Empire.
"We love ot:r country, we love o'tr
king, we love our worthy Governor-
General. Long shall we treasure tV
sweet memory of your kind visit V.
our cfierished acidemy: alwav* a*\\V
we tt*anA by our flag, ever m'ndfulof
our duties as lpyal   children   of thf
realm.
The   P"oUs  of  St.   \nn's   Academy.
New Westminster B. C. j
Hls Royal Highness wos charmed ;
with hls reception snd said sn ln h ;
few sincere words. Ke was delighted
with the address and stitod that the
Duchess and Princess Patricia would
regret verv much ct not being present
when he described his v'stt to them.
��e ssked the Mother Superior to give
tho children a hol,'diy'nnd his request
van gruoionsljt cbusentBd' to.. Att��r
the'slotern had been rresonted His
noval' rflghness made a tour of ln-
snect'.on thrc��gh thjp b'IMIng. Ha
left about fifteen mlnutei after ��W
after again assuring the Mother
Superior thet .ho had thoroughly en-
Rousing Send-off..
The D"ve was given a rousing
snrdoff. While he wns receiving the
welcome cf tho pupils of St. An*'*
academy a vnst crowd gathered at the.
B. C. E. R. depot and patlei'tly waited
the arrival of tho royal v'sUor. The
Nst'onnl Reserve men were drawn up
SPORTSMEN!
Your attention ls drawn to the fact that we have the largest variety of shooting accessories in the city.
3terlln8worth   Dble.   Bbl.   Hammerless Shotguns, each....       $3500
L.  C. 8mith   Shotguns,  each  I32.SO
Parker Shotguns, each         ��5000
Pump Guno, all  makes, each ,  ".'.'. .JmIoO
DOMINION, U.M.C. and WINCHESTER Loaded Shells In all loads
from 7oc to $1.25 per bos.
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Wednesday Evening
SEPT. 25
Popular    American
LITT & DINGWALL'S Produciion of the Most
.    Play Ever Written.
A THRILLING PICTURE8QUE AND  ROMANTIC STORY OF KENTUCKY  LIFE.
IN OLD KENTUCKY
We act as AGENT ONLY lor the purchase and sale ol Re|l Estate.
For Sale or Exchange:
160 acres near the B. C. Electric in Langley, subdivided into approximately ten acre blocks, some which are wholly or partly cleared. There is a house with out-buildings on the property, which ls
well situated and especially suitable for fruit and chicken ranching
The owner will consider a proposition to exchange this property,
either en bloc or subdivided for good city property.
For full particulars apply to
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
*l. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Hesd Office: 28 Lorne Street, New Wsstmlnstsr,
-Written by C. T. DAZEY-
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famous   Kentucky
of    tbe inimitable
The spirited and exciting horse   race,
thoroughbred, Queen Bess.    The rollicking
pickaninnies.
3-Kentucky Thoroughbred Horses 3
The Famous Fickankn'e Brass Band
Prices 50c to $1.50.   Boxes $2.00.
Seats on sale at Tidy, the florist's, Monday morning, Sept.
23.
"Tke Best In Tne West"
New Westminster, B. C.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
QUEENS PARK
OCT. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1912
$60,000 IN PRIZES ANO ATTRACTIONS $60,000
Largest and Best Agricultural, Horticultural and
Floricultural Exhibition in Western Canada.
2nd. ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
SPECIAL PRIZES FOR
HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, SWINE AND
POULTRY.
HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS, WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE, PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC EVENTS,
8COTTISH GAMES AND AN ABUNDANCE OF FIRST CLASS
MUSIC.
T.J. TRAPP
PRESIDENT.
D. E. MACKENZIE
MANAGER-SECRETARY
Box 311 New Westminster, B. C.
the Boy Scouts including tiie Chinese
in their natty uniforms, performed
police and sentry duty. As usual Chief
Marshal Wilkie had everything in oe-
feet order when word was received
that the Duke was coming.
A mighty thrill ran through th<
crowd ftt this, and. as . His Roya-,
Highness' auto drove up a tremendous
cheer arose from thousands 01
throats. The royal guest alighted and
after saying a final farewell to Acting
Mayor Gray and the aldermen he
climbed Into the waiting car. His
appearance, hat in hand, at the door
on the opposite side, was the s!gna>
for another spontaneous outburst of
cheering which continued without In-
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
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This New Residential Hotel
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INTERURBAN TRAMS
CITY THEATRE
D. BRAY, Manager.
PROGRAM FOR TODAY.
WHEN MARION WAS LITTLE
Solsx���Comedy.
MANIZELLE NITOUCHE
A Delightful Play.
ANIMATED WEEKLY
Magnificent   Films   of   the   World's
Doings.
rfffiM
AL. W. GILLIS  manager.
Mondsy, Tussday snd Wednesday, Cept. 23. 24. 23.
Falls City
Quartette
Herndon Sisters
Singers and Muslc'ans.
* ��� ���
Pearl Whitfide
Comedienne     and Qulci
Change Artiste.
Heated by steam throughout. Hot
and cold water and Telephone in
every room.
Cafe and dining room in connection
Becond to none in the city.
The  best  accommodation  in   New
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Everything Modern aod Dp-To-Date
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a.m. and every 16 minutea thereafter
untll 9 p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���sit 6. 7, 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
tVIa Burnaby) at 5:45. 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service untll 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Vis North Arm snd Eburne) at 7
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Sundays���First car at 8 a.m., regular
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For Chilliwack and way points at
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Huntingdon snd way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are ottered
over the Fraser Vslley line
for week end trip* covering
all polnta on the division.
Tickets tor these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
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thus
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Children Half Price
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Children  10c snd 1So
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, CEPTEMBER  *��,  131?,
SLIDES OCWN A ROPE.
tt fs Beth C*��y end 8afe When Dons
tn Sailor Style.
Sliding down a rupu is not so simple
as It swnis. Few know bow to do It
properly. If yon try to descend by
letting the rope slide through your
bands the friction wlll burn tbe palms
no that you win bnve to let go ufter a
few feet, lf you try to lower yonr
weight front one tin ad hold to another
you are sure to become tired and will
be forced to drop. Vou onnnot slide
Wltb tbe rope between your knees, for
the swnying of yonr body will Jerk tbe
rope out of tbe clutch of your knees,
and then yon are likely to fall.
Tbe easiest and safest method you
can employ Is thnt used by tlremen
and sailors. Standing upright, throw
out your right lex and give It a turn
around the rope. Next put the rope
In the crook of yonr right elbow ami
clasp It tightly, sot In your bund, biit
tn your arm.
In thnt wny yon csn slide to safety
without the slightest trouble. The
rope does not touch nny pnrt of the
body tbnt Is not protected by clothing,
and yonr speed can be regulated by
either straightening nr cramping roar
leg. Onre learned this method of sliding down a rope mny prove In sn
emergency the means nt saving yonr
life or the lives of other person si -
Youth's Companion.
"GALLERY GOD" SPOILED IT.       HIGH AND LOW CITIES.
ALPINE LIFE LINES.
Ths Ropes Are Selected Far Strength.
Flexibility snd Lightness.
The ropes used ny Alpine cMmliers
Is of a|iecltil manufacture, combining
as fnr ns possible tlie dilTerlng qntill
ties ot Strength, flexibility sml lightness
Three tpinlltle* nre in  general   use.
tx-iiiL-   tmnle   fiom   sisal,   Uit-tlnn   Hint .
Manila   lii-nip*   rc-tieilivtlv.   anil   ocru   i
Slollll ll.\.   �� lien eosl  Is  nol  n  consider:!    |
I ion nf silk The inner tholiuh very
llctil .-unl stfonn. is not so (Ini-iiHle as
the ollieis. Hint Which Units most la
vor itlllotlU British iiloiiiiliiliieei-s IS
known ss Hiii-kitighnm s Alpine rope,
lt Is made of the best Manila hemp.
In the yenr INIH. Mr. McLetsh recalls, a committee nf tbe Alpine club
mnde tests upon n number of ropes
���ultnhle for mountnlnccrliig. Of the
two thnt were approved one wns made
of Italian hemp nnd the other of Manila. Tbey both hud n breaking strain
of two tons nnd sustained tbe weight
of a twelve stone man after falling
from a height of ten feet
Nnnmoiintnlneers have sometimes
considered this Inmilftcleut. but it Is
blgbly problematical whether tbe human anatomy could survive tbe sud-
den compression of a thin ro|ie arising
from auy greater foil.���Fry's Muga
sine.
Hs Pointed Out ths Oversight of the
Hero of Melodrama.
All the pmkI Stories which the Inte
Maurice Kiirryuinre. fnlher uf Ethel,
Lionel nud John Itarryuiore. told on
himself uever hnve beeu published and
I'l-tiliabty never will be. Uurrymore
was lu Kansas City just prior to his
tlnal i-ollup.se, and bere ls u story he
told.
Harry more wns Mra. Leslie Carter's
leading support when that celebrated
actress appeared In Kelnsco's production of "The Heart of Maryland." In
the big third act Rarrymore. tbe hero,
wns In the hands of tbe designing villain, who had caught him oil guard.
Two rookies bound Harry mores bunds,
and the villain, f.-ft alone with bis
prey, taunted the hero. It wns ttarry-
more's business to squirm and to wall.
"Ob. If iny hands were freed!" he
would repent several times as he tried
vainly to break the rope wblcb In id
hlm fast. The villain would approach
nnd snap his lingers right uuder Barry-
uiorc's nose.
" Louse u iny hands, you devil!" Barry more wouiil exclaim.
One nlghl at I hls greet snd exciting
moment In the si-ene Harry un��r* had
Just tlnlsiied lii* dare tu llie villain to
loosen his lunula wben the traditional
gallery god culled In a sharp, clear
vrtlce:
"Why don't ynu kick him on the
shins. Barry?   Vour feel ain't tied."
Itarrytuote cursed the part from that
moment until bis dying day.��� Kausus
llty Star.
A Dull Job.
It   wns  a   Saturday   noon   and   fhe
school teacher passing along lhe rond
was   surprised   to   see   the   ordinarily
; overact Ive Tommy sitting disconsolate-
j iv lieiieuth a tree In front of tbe school*
lioiise.
"Why.  Toirnny.   my   hoy."   he snld,
pausing on hls way. "what is the matter".-    Anything gone wrong?"
|    "Nope," said Tommy, giving an lui-
��� patient  Wiggle.
| "Where ure the rest of the hoys?"
nslced the schoolmaster. "They haven't
run awny from you, have they?"
"(ione home to lunch." growled Tommy, trying to talk and whistle both at
the same Ume.
"Well, why don't you go home to
lunch too?" laughed the teacher
"Can't." snld Tommy. "You see. Mr.
Sllmpsey. we're pla.vln' wur. and I've
got to stay here until ihe other fellows irot liack. I'm the unnistice."���
'udge's Library.
And t*i*  DifUrenae   In  Our  Altitudes
i*.i snd West
The ditlsivtn-'va IwImbuii ths eu��t��m
Slid  wuMul'li ���������iwilhuik m ttlik c- tuni-y
Every Woman
Is Intermix! umi sliuuliikuow
I about tho woulerful
WMrilnn Spray
Doucho
; iiik  curiou��l>   unking.    Colorado  bas
: tort* iK'tik* thut nts more tuau lLDtw
1 fw��t shove ��uit levtu.    Mount Wushlug-
i ton,  In  New   lliiipp-liliu,   und   Mouut
Mitchell. In North L'nroiluu, ths btuh��Mt
peaks In tils Appalachian nyaiwin north
tod suitlli reapnutivsty, are uoiuldorsbiy
i��we than hull us high us this ubovs ths
I ooesu.
Uevsral trnuawntluontul railway lines
j In the w����t pull their main Uns trains
! over  a   greutsr  elevatluu   than   that
1 rwicbed by ths cog rullroud up Now
. Usiupstilrs's   above   meutluusd   |wus.
Thes* wostsrn elevations ure, of coui'eo,
rwuched gritduully.
i     Most largo cltlss Its low.   Cbfcugo Is
only about 000 t**l above sou  level
und   Pittsburgh   but ���  bundreQ  feet
blither.   Philadelphia ramps from tm*
lovol to a height tn Its suburbs ut sun*
BOO fsot.    Minneapolis, astir the bond
of tbs Mississippi, bas au slovatton st
' teas thiu l.wio foot, snd various parts
of Now Oi'iouua, at ths uiuotli of tba
greet rivet, uro recorded lu tbs gov*
ornmont tabiwf as bavlng olsvatlons ot
troiu one foot to tlfty toot,    HL Iaius*
Haa about halfway botwooti these tar-
tains I clt lea.
I     Muntuus Is awny up. with Its tending olty perched st th�� slsvutlon Ot ths
highest peaks uf tho Adirondack moun.
tains.   In Henvor there Is ti murk iumr
tho state cupltui which Is Just ous mils
above sea stvol.���Now Vork bun.
Auk yonr drngtfat for
It. If he eannot anppl,
I the MARVliU accept do ,
other, but aend stamp for Ulna-   |
trutod book���f oalod. It glvoa foil
particular* and directions Inviloable
to tadlea.WINDKOIISUITI.V CO.,Windsor. Ont
I Oeneral Areata tor Canada.
i LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
i    Ko Lot 5.  City   Block   13, City cf
' New Westminster.
j    A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
| the above property will be issued to
I Edward B. Wetenball, on the 16th day
j of October, 1912, unless In the meantime   a   valid   objection   thereto    be
' made to me In writing by a person ov
persons claiming an estate or Interest therein, or in any part thereof.
���  . ���    .     C. 8. KEITH,
District Regiatrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin
ster, B.   C, 12th   September, 1912.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements o! sale,
deous, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work subtly confidential. M. Broten, Room ts, Merchant Bank Bldg.    l'hone 715.
SLEEPING IN CHURCH.
Help With a String to IL
In   an   ofllce  on   upper   Wall   street.
Belated Appreciation.
A workman called at tlie home nf
President Taft's brother. Charlie. In
(.'hiciiinntl fn perform some odd Jnh.
and be paused to note some of tbe
priceless paintings In Brother Char-
lle's private gallery. He wns attracted to n  sumII original   Van  Uyt'k niul
ore     The   Wall  street   man   felt  had I!�����*�������� ���>"��* lu town.    Are they worth
' much?      .
"That one Is worth $.1."i.(Kli)." he was
told.
"Hum!" he murmured. "I guess I'll
have ours framed " ��� St. I'aul ' Dispatch.
about it and offered to take the account In band himself, the relative naturally agreeing. The Brst transaction
wns the short.sale of a lot of Reading.
Before 8 o'clock that dny tbe stock
had jumped up six points and the account was wiped out
lt reminds one of whnt happened on
an Kast rtver ferryboat the otlier day
wben a passenger fell overboard. The
man was strong aud well able to swim
-that Is, he was well able to swim
until a well meaning but esclted deck
band threw a tweuty pound life licit
down ou tbe top of bis head.���Puck.
Tailors as Literary Men.
One docs uot look  tor literary  men
among  tailors, but none the  less  the
trade can claim some Illustrious names.
John Stow, the antiquary and author
of   the   "Survey   of   Ixmdon."   for   In
stance, begun life ns a tailor, and nn
Otber  famous  tal'orlng  ��ntl(|ilury   was
Jobn   Speed,   one   of   England's   early-
map  makers, and   nieiiihor of the So
ciety of Aiirt<juni"le.H. ..And iheu there
was Robert Hllh "the learned tailor" of
Birmingham,   who contrived   to  teach
himself (ireek'nnd Hebrew nnd liecame
famous as a wrttei of theological fren
tlses.    And fleorge Meredith was horn
uver a luliur* ��tiop.-Uuidou Ij.iilw
Placing Himself.
A mnn who was nunn In need of
Sleep rolled out ot lied during the night.
The jar did not awake him thoroughly,
Slid hls hand tt'tllldered in exploration
It encountered tiie mesh ot some pro
trading springs end a sturdy Iron cor
tier post, "In Jail al last," he murmured us lie weut off Into another deep
sleep.
Pleasing an Old Acquaintance.
The traveler In Spain looked around
In apprehension.
"Wh what's Ihat?" he stammered.
"What's what? inquired the native
courier In excellent Conk a tour English.
"Those reverberations. There they
go again "
"Don'l lie alarmed." snld the courier
soothingly. "That's only old llenerrtl
We.vler laughing over the latest war
news from I'uliu. This wat for Hie
Alh.-iiiiluu. please." ��� Cleveland I'luin
Healer.
The Baseball Courtship.
"now do I sin nd with you. little
girl?" tinpiii-ed the ardent fan.
"You have a percentage ot about .7MH
Just oow," answered the lady fun. "and
lead the league."
"I'm glad tb bear that I was afraid
I was in the second division "���Kansas
City Journal.
Man Worships Something.
Man always worships something
Always he sees the Infinite shadowed
forth In something finite, and, Indeed,
can and must so see It In any Unite
thing, once tempt him well to Ox his
eyes thereon.-Carlyle.
Cause and Effect
Mrs.    Nayimr ��� Vou    seem    rather
hoarse this morning, denr.   Mrs. Lush-
ninn-Well,  my   husband  cume  home
Jcather late last nlgbt
Htnp nn extinguisher upon your Irony
It yoa sr* unhappily blessed with t
jreln of Jt-Luaib.
She Was Ready For Him,
Tramp   Von know  tlie snypi . mum.
He that glreth to the poor leudelh lo
the I/ird."
Mrs. Solihull* Very true' And since
you speak In proverbs I'll refer .vou lo
Knottier old saw.
Trump -Which one Is dat. muni?
Mrs S -The one hnek tn the wood-
��hed - Bosloti  Transcript.
The  Woman   Question.
m 7 ^psm:*'*: W \^m
Reatful   Pewe   From  tho  Borlous  snd
Humorous Vtsndpoints,
it Is a manor uf common experience ihut bright lights In a chamber,
cnurch or hall where numerous per-
Hutis'tti-o gathered huve ths ell'oct ot
producing drowolueao among cortuiu
member* of tho L-ougt-ogutluu or undi-
ope*, lilts phouotuuiiou Is ei.elly ox*
punned hy tlm current knowledge uf
li.vpliutn.ui      Tho ll ro wattless  produced
by lhe difhts ls u apdclos ut hyphema.
! It has been stlggeatoU Ulso that nick ut
prupor veiiillutloti cuilsoa U toxic quality tu tho atmosphere lo which sutns
people are Onpociuliy susceptible, the
result being uu irresistible Ui'utvaliixM
Kleepiuu lu church hue ulwuye lieeu
m ready subject fur hiiuiur. It 1�� rotated tliat on one occasion when u pro-
; |lus(|j wun nnd.-i discussion tu huve a
kei'lce  ut   Meriiiuus   pruilclied   uli   loplca
! ut the day "tilcli wore Uglttttlllg tho
public iiiluds itufus Chouto. lis u llu-hi
! tier ot tlle Ctinitroglltloil, proli>stwtl > e-
uuiuoutly, aayiuu.  "I  sbck  my   pow, no
I   I   sees   my  lieu,   for  repose."     'i'hure  la
I Ufoo an anecdote uf uu uld Hvotciiuiaii
m llu  whi usked  If   ho  kllevv   a  cerium
1   lliuii III the eilllie ilelghtiutlluoU    "Know
Ulin'.'"     lie     i-eiOleil.     wun     emplinstn
vVli.v.   I've   eleupil   in   the   euiuo   kii'll
wl   htm tur fun ty yenr."    Hot the mil-
| Jority ut prem hers lmve novel oven
lii'-llned tu tako a humorous view ot
tbo uiiittei any   more tliuu Heuu hwiiu
'   - rtilludelplllil   I'lcss.
I "	
Largest Water Tank.
I      J'ue wilier supply   system uf Clllctlt'
. ta Includes the largest wuior lank  iu
| the wind     It covers an area of two
I nud ii  half acres, and llie total  weight
when It ta full of wuter Is T'.'.OINi tune.
There   nre   thirty two   mliee   of   steal
Joists tn lhe vertlcui columns und 111:14--
lugs   Hild   In   the   foiliidiitluue   twenty
miles of steel joist* sud tiu bars
The capacity uf Ihe tutiU is Ii.iiihj.ixk)
gallons or *vut��r.   The tank acts us a
iMiiuncer nud to aseisr the pumps u Urn
they cuuiiul send sulticleiit   wutet   into
the mtiiiis to meet the aemuna   (luring
the ulght flours, when tlle pumps provide more wnivf than is rei) lit red. tti*
excess ipuiiitlly uoes llllll the 111 nil.
When the demand is gron tei lhe waier
fiom tne tuuk flows uuiomutlcail) Into
Ihe inuiua ���.New   \w<a lietuiU
Browninj-t Pets.
Browning ehured Itossettrs tsate fur
qu-ei peta. III* pet uwl was uell
known to visitors at Warwick crescent;
also hls pet geese, which followed HUM
utiuiit like dogs and upun which "having guttered much from tbe cuckiv of
reviewers," he bestuwrd the names of
ICdiiihututi and yuariei-ly A�� u hoy
no nud 1 monkey aud Hn eagle tn tho
garden "at Cumherwell. snd tale' In
:lfo hla |iocketi�� were often full ot 1111
ciinuv "portable (Tenlures' m wlilcti
he nud tnkeo a fancy���frogs, toads ix
ards uud even snultes.-Lomlou Stu ml-
unl.
I The person or persons having in
t their custody or possesion the follow
1 ing Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to dollvar th*.
I same to the undersigned.
See list unneied.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July, 1860, the Crown tt.
William Drlscoll Goasett, Grant in fee
of Lot 5.
2. lst March, 1S7S, William Drlscoll Gossett to Ella Lewe, Conveyanct
ln fee cf said Lot.
3. 2nd August, 1S82, Ella Lowe, b.v
her Attorney-in-fact. William Moresby
to John Hendry and David McNair.
Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
4. lst November. 1887, John Hen
dry and Dav;d McNalr to Esrs Kankin. Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
6. 14th .September, 13S?8. Frank I.
kin to Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee, (inter al'al, of said Lot.
fl. 14th SertJniber, LS8, Frank L.
Rankin, by hU Attorney-in-fact, E::sa
Ra;i!;in, to Edwin Rami, Conveyance
in fee (inter alia), of said Lot.
7. 23nJ October, 1888, Edwin Rand
to Wesley Fecit, Conveyance In fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th Octcber, ISS, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fae of
Southwest hall' of said Lot.
!). llth March, 1835, Wesley Teck
to Ezra Rai.kin, Conveyance in fee of
said 8outhwest half of said Lot.
10. ICth April, 1806, Ezra Rankin
Frank L, Rankin, Conveyance ln fee
of said Soutli west half of snid Lot,
subject to Mortgage registered in
Charge Boo't, Vol. 8, Fcl. 513, No.
2222B.
11. 27th M?y. 1893, William Kent
to Frank L. Rankin, conveyance in f"--
ment and transfer cf Mortgage debi
and premises sec:;rrcl.
12. loth April, 1886, Frank L. Pan
!;ln, by his Attorney-in-fact E/ra P.a'i
kiu, to Noah E. nankin, Conveyance
;n fee of BuiJ Southwest half cf said
Lot.
ir.. 24th December, 1S9��, Nca'v E.
Rankin to Martha El'vabitU Turr.b'.ill.
Conveyance In fee c�� said Southwest
half of said Lot.
14. 29th October, 1888, E-lwin
Rand to VVIli;a"! C. Coatham, Conveyance in fee of tiie Easterly quarter of
said Lc*.
lr.. 4th June. 1889, William C.
Coatham to Thomas Crosby, Conveyance In foe of said Easterly quarter
of saKJ Lot.
lfl. 2!'tti May. l>-'nl. ThOtnas Crosby, by h;s Attorney-in-l'act, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand. Conveyance !n fee of sr.id Easterly quarter
of said l.ot.
17. 12th Fehruary, 189ft, Arthur E.
Rand to John Andrew Forin and Au-
lav Morrison, Conveyance in fee of
sa!(i Easterly quarter cf said Let.
18. Mot March, 1892, Aulay Morri
son to John Andrew Forin, pfter reciting as therein recited, gtant and
release in fee cf ?n undivided one-
half of said Easterly quarter Of
Lot.
19. 28th   August.   1891.   John
drev  Fr.r'n   to  Fred   W.   Howay
Robie  L.  17��icl. Conveyance in  fee of
sa'd F.a'-lcrlv qpa'-tor of said Lot.
20. 21 "X Julv. H104, Fred W. Howay
ard Rcb'e L. Feld to Joseph Hetherington Bowes, Conveyance In fee of
saitl Easterly quardr of said Lot.
A Mon of Nsrvo.
fle-I called to see you last evenlns.
*>h**- Ves> lie-Ves; the servant r.. d
me you wore uot lu. Klie-Yeo; I was
so sorry to bnve missed ymi He-1
tlioiight yon must he. I heard vou
laughing upstairs ln such grief stricken tones thst I Ulmu.it Wept myself
oul of sympathy.
aaid
Ar-
auri
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn   Phone  13"
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy HaiiHicg
OFFICB���TPAM OPW/r
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
FRATERNA.L.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSK, NO.
864���Meots ip K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second und
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columhla stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Die
tator; E. A. Bremni, Vice-Dxtutor;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
L O. 0. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. P., ls held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fei
lows ball, corner Carnarvon ant
Kighth street. ' Visiting brelhcr-
cordially invited. C, B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
11. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc, 5&2 Columbia
Btreet, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable addresa "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
I. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbii
snd McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C.   P. O. Box 112.   Tele
. phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHI1I8TER
solicitor and notary. 61') Columbia
Btreet.   Over C. P. 11. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY.
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block, New West
minster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE * EDMONDS���Barris
ters and Scllcitois, Westm.nste'
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cnble addrest
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone ��!'. W. J
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GHAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. 0. Box 784. Phone 1086.
I   J.  A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR  AND
Accountant.      Tel.    H 128.    Room
ci-erui hlock.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets lu thi
boaid room, city Hull, as follows
Third Fiiday of each month: quar
terly meeting on the Laird Friday 01
Fehruary, May, August and November at is p.m. Annual meetings oti
the third Friday of Fehruary. .New
memhers may he proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarter!*
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, score
tary.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCH !Tf CTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST   ,BLOCK
Phone  651. Box  772.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 7til. Cor. Hth and Columbia
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
l0*McIn,ies StreeL Phone 1009
RfllABl! ROUSE MOVERS
All   work  guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished  free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
933 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
The Philosopher��� Women's queer cuttle. When you've 'ad as much to do
wilh 'em as wot I've 'ad you'll tind
there ain't one uveruge woman In fifty.
-Piiuch.
The Proud Father.
"Hear you've had an addition lo your
family." said tbe first fly.
"A slight one," admitted the second
fly. 'Tbis morning K0O.000 baby Hies
arrived. Come ou. uud I'll set up the
ptomaines for tbe crowd."���Kansas
City Jou rue I.
'.'��*�����:
Cant Swear,
Guest (nt summer resort!���Tbat old
gentleman Is your uncle, Is hoV Does
he play golf?
New Acqualntnnce���No; he hn* tried
It, hilt he's no good bi tliat game Hen
deaf an    dumb.-Chicago Tribune.
Pickinq  Pockets,
-Picking pockets." snld the reformer
to the thief, "must ba s difficult and
precarious business."
"It In." stfreed the pickpocket "It
is until you get your band in."
Unhsopiness.
It Is well foi ux that man enn onlv
endure a certain amount ot unhnppi-
ne-n What is beyond thnt either nu-
���iihuaieM blm or pusses hy hlm unit
"ave* blm spathetlc.-tioetbe.
Quite Liberal.
Patience ���Isn't   she   liberal   In   her
vtewwj   Patrice���Suift   She can't keep
1    thing   to   herself.���Vlinkers   Stale*-
mnu.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mural Watrr,   Acral d Wuttn
Manufactursd by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
rsfephon��  R   H3   Office:   Princess SL
WE   HAVE
LOT
ON
It ia n wt��e man who knows his own
ru����tt|e����, nnd it is h wiser man who
Ihorouubly attends to it��� Wayland.
Lulu (5 Zand
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 863. Room 4 Trap-i Block
Subscribers
who do not receive The News before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and rnahe complaint. Only in tbla way
may an efficient delivery be main
talned.
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH    WORSTfeD, 8COTCH
TWEED,   IRISH   SERGE, etc.,   Just
Arrived.    Perfect  Fit and Workman-
shlip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
, 701 Front Street
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Cspltal   paid  up 96,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
Tbe Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from tho Atlantic to the Pacmc.
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Kico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, ting.
Drarts Issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
Nsw Wsstmlnstsr Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED ^817.
CAPITAL  (Psld-Up) ....$13,000,000.00
RESERVE    $16,000,000,00
Brsschss throughout Canada too
Newfeusdland, anc In London, England, t/sw Yerk, Cb'tago snd Bpnksne,
J.B.A., asd Msxlco City. >A general
janklsg business trsnsscted. Lst.
.ers ef Credit issued, available witb
aorresposdents lo all parts o! the
vorl*.
Bsrlsgs Bsnk Dipsrtmest��� UsposlU
ecel-sd In sums of $1 and upward,
ind Interest sdowsl st S per cent, per
mnum  (presett rate).
Total   Asiets  over  1186.000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BHYMNRR. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We bave no hot a'r to peddle,
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Ufvsn.
2*.I Sixth Avsnus. Phene it?
NEW WcRTMINSTER : B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates ln September to make your visit east a; a reduced fare.
���   Three trains daily, Tourist,  Dining
Cars..
Toronto Expreaa
Imperial Limited
Soo Express ....
.. s.ji a.m.
.. 8.10 p.m.
,. .'.ii p.m.
ED. GOULET, Agent
���  New Westminster
Or H. W.  Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria lfr
a. m��� 2 p. m. and 11:43.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle Id-
a. m. and 11  p. m
Leaves Vancouver for Nnr.aimo 1��
a. m. snd 6:30 p. ru.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. rn.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Cliilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
p ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatmlnster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P  A.. Vancouver
Phone R672,
619 Hamilton 8t
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavstrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.
and SHOW CARDS
���PHONE 11*3
BROWN Trapp Block MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 33.  1012.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAOU 8BVBW.
The Three Guardsmen
The Gurney-Oxford Range is fitted with three
devices which constantly and uncompromisingly stand
on guard to see that the fire is always under perfect
control���that the coal bills are sheared down to the
lowest figure���that the oven is always evenly and
properly heated���that no clinkers obstruct the free
burning and proper ventilation of the fire.
The Gurney-Economizer, fitted on the smoke pipe,
is the only draft you have to attend to; a small lever
put up or down entirely regulates the fire. It saves
one ton of coal in six. It carries little heat up the
chimney���only the smoke. It feeds the gases which
burn to the fire-box, and it cannot be had on any
other range than the Gurney-Oxford.
1
The Gurney-Oxford oven is surrounded by fiues
that carry an equal amount of heat to all sides. This
almost guarantees results in cooking by providing an
oven evenly heated, without cold corners or variation.
The Gurney-Oxford Grate is the result of ex-
hkualiva testa to find the proper carrying surface for
thc fire. The fire has abundant air to breathe, and
tho less amount.of coal burned is all consumed. So
then, the housewife who has the " Three Guardsmen "
watching over her range, will experience security and
satisfaction in cooking that is not provided by any
other range.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER
161
Re-Sub
Keet
Annual
Name of Owner.
division. Subd.   Lot.
Blk.
Front Payment.
N%
N>*   IT
23
115.i��8
$ 20.93
Fisher William  (Est.)   	
Shit
115.98
23.95
The  Lord  Bishop ef N.  W
Spt   19
3S1.53
60.42
1      19&20
CO.(10
9.04
Col Land.4 Investment Co..
N.Pt'    3
6'). (ft
J0.9<
Wade, C. H. Stuart 	
13         4
53.10
9.59
DeBeck, Clarence H	
IU         4
64.00
11.91
19    S.Pt5
61.80
9.35
Pndmnre, F. W	
N.Pt   N.Pt.5
138.53
35.85
'
IT         6
50.03
9.01
1096.67
$19S.06
Notice is heieby given that the I orporat'.on of the City oi New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
thc properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually
for thirty years sst opposite each lot, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints) and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made will
be held on Wednesday, the 9th day of Oct., 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
i:i tlte forenoon, at the Council Chamber, In the City Hall, New.Westmln-
ster, Urlti3h Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk ot the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to bucIi Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, Olty Clerk.
City fall, Sept. 14th, 1912.
.'������fe ot fir,-it publication September 16th, 1912.
w. R. QILLEY, Phons 122.
O. E. OILLEY, Phono 291.
Phonss, Office 16 and 16.
33
Slley Bros. Ltd.
^^^^^^^BjCOLUMBIA STREET WEST.]	
Wholesale end Retail Eearer�� In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
���THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
LUMBER,   LATH   AND   SHINGLES
  ii       i        . ��� ��� ���-j ;	
t'oi our prloes on wood: four foot slabs, dry or green; 16 inch mill-
wood and dry planer ends.
THE BULLETLESS GUN.
It Shoots r Choking Gai, and the Se*
erst Ssrvios Will Um It.
Tbe bulletlesH imu lm* nt bint made
Its nppeitrnuce. It In 11 German Invention, und Instead of ImlletM It shootx a
gas wblcb temporarily blinds' and
c-bokes tbe victim.
Tlte cartridge lined contain* seversl
Ingredients, which, when exploded,
combine to form a vn|K>r of n peculiar
character. The kuu ltnelf differ* very
little In appearance and mechanism
from the ordinary double action revolver,   lt bold* five cartridges,
Tbe action of tlu> vapor mny beRt be
imuKiiifd hy considering tbe prwltlon
of tbe ptTBon Kimt nt Tbe appeal*'
nnce of tbe weapon, the report nnd the
linre of tbe powder combine to convince tbe victim that he has been utiot
ut with an ordinary firearm. Illn eyed
und mouth open iu Hiirprtse. and the
pixes generated liy tbs combination of
the chemicals envelop bis bead completely, penetrating bis eyes nud at
fecting bin sight
I Tor Hcvenil uilimtes bs Is r>rurtlnil
I.v blind. SliiHiltnueotiHly tbe mucoux
membranes of the nose and throat are
Irritated and the victim Kneeses aud
chokes, l-'or a minute or two the victim find* it almost Impossible to
breathe.
It Is olivine* that no Individual, even
If be were ns strong aa Hercules,
would he In 11 position lo put np much
of 11 light while In such a condition.
Chief William J. Klynn of the Unit
ed States secret service hns decided to
adopt this weapon for use in the service. In rounding up bunds of counterfeiter* and other offenders agnlnst the
federal laws the chief believes tbe
chemical guu will prove Jt*t us effective and ut the same (Ime more bu-
mane lhan the oi-dlnury weapon, whicb
frequently kills the prisoner. Overpowered by the fumes of (hls new
gun, uny criminal, however dangerous,
may lie readily captured, nnd by tbe
time the effects of the vn|Mir hnve
worn oil the prisoner is safely man
tirleil.-Cleveland I Main  Dealer.
TWO COSTLY DISEASES.
Tuberculosis   and   Typhoid   Keep   Life
Insurance  Rates  High.
While state commission* mid other
bodies ure trying lo find .1 method for
redinliig   the   cost   of   life   Insurance
Professor  .lames Clover of  (he   University of Michigan demonstrate* that
every policy  holder of 11 SlD.tKKi ordinary whole life policy could itive nlioiit
.Sl'O 11 year on Ids premiums tf itiliercu
losls  and   typhoid   fever   were  ellinl
nn led.
Tuberculosis alone causes n loss (o
such a policy holder of from $10 70 nt
twenty lo $17.70 at the age ot sixty.
At (he nge of twenty, with ihe present high death rates from tulien-u
losls. (hi* one diseiise alone shorten*
the complete eX|iecliillon of life by two
year* and l.">H days.
i While the dealh rat* from tuberculosis seem* lo lie declining, the Nation
al Association Kor (he Study and Pre
ventlon nf Tuberculosis says that the
combined effort of every man. womnn
nnd child to help In stamping out thp
disease I* nei-essnry tn bring nliouf n
radical ivdm-Hon In life Insnrnnce rule*
such mm Professor (llnrer lm* Indicated
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
CEMETERY  STREET   IMPROVEMENT.
Schedule showing tbe real property immediately benefited and tha proportion ln which the assessment Is made on per foot frontage:
The Wirtttsi Di.tr... C*ll.
An Interesting statement  In connection with the "S ���� S"* and "C O  �����"
win-lew* roll* wn* mnde hy (.'itglleltno
Marconi In connection with the Tltiiiilr
disaster.     ilv  wild   that   these   letters
iwv   arbitrarily   ��H��-I��I   nnd   mrHii
nothing except cnlhi it dHtre**.  Ongi
nnlly "(,' tf was a signal ror nil *tn
don* to cenmt nfienititina and pny ni-
1 en tion to th* operator ���radlng'the rail.
Ih���� "D" heing added when It wnx ����wn|
for a distress signal.    Al  nn Inlenin-
tlonal conference In hwlln s short tim*
���go the "8 O 8" sign trnn turrets I ii|��>n
tn supplant "C y l��-' twnuse the for
mer,   consisting  of   Hirer  dots,   tbre*
dashes and  three dots,  wss the nun-
piest, easiest and <|iilrkmt call 10 send
ns a danger signal-���Popular Median
len.
Shortens tho Visits,
A'n officer of s  lnrge business con'
corn  found  the uoi Ice*. "This Is M.v
Hnxy  liny"* nud "He Who Tulk* and
Hull* Awny May Lite to Tulk Amrtlie-
I'ti.v." which were posted in nls room
notiefiVelive.   I'riiMiil* would "drop In.
sli  dowu  nud take up viiluuhle lime
with   Idle   gossip      111*, private  otlice
contained   several   upholstered   chairs
and a settee, which one dny were re
moved   hy   hi* order nnd  have never.
fceeti replaced.    Since then nil visitor*
hnve lieen cont|ielled to stand, exifpi
when a certain Ml Is rung, which tbe
Mttendant    knows   means   "Bring   11
clinlr"-New Vork Tribune.
Fraser Mills, B. C
Telephone 890
j A "Wireless" Newspaper.
The Inhabitant* of the Magdalen I*
I land* In Hie gulf of St. Lawrence, who
lure dc|M-lved of ordinary communication with tbe mainland for half tbe
yenr. are In future in lie provided with
ii week end wireless news dispatch at
the expense of the Canadian govern
ment Kach dispatch, which will nrw
acr 1.<KI�� words, will lie placed In the
hand* of all lhe minister* Of religion,
who will rend th* mainland news to
theh- congregations afterW-h^errkw.
Short, Sharp snd Effective.
The romnierclat  law of China haa
! little chance of adoption In this country, but tt Is short, sharp and effective,
1 contnliiliig only these four rules:
|   Those wbo deal with' men-bants nn-
' fairly are to lie beheaded,
j   Those wbo Interrupt commerce ere
! to he beheaded.
|   Those wbo attempt to close UM markets are to b�� beheaded.
Tbose wbo maintain tbe prosperity
ef commerce are to be rewarded.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
inl vai:
10:50���Vancouver  via  0.
Closing
    N.  R.
 28:00
11:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via B. C. K. R... 7:45
16:45���Vancouver   via   O. N. R.
(daily except Sunday). 14:20
': 40���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dally except Sunday) .11:16
U:(XV���Vancouver via. B. C. B. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
i8:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dally except Sunday).2v:30
10:00���Port Mann  (dally except
Sunday) 9:45
0:3C���nainston islands arrlvea
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday.      Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00'
f:40-Vlctoria via B. C. B. R. |
(dally except Sunday). 11.15;
10:60���Victoria via Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
18:00���Edmonds and Central
Park (dally except Sunday)    ,..16:00
16:16���Crescent, Whits Hock and
Blaine idaily except
Sunday)  9:45
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday) ' 23:00
6:16���Hall's Pralrle, Fern Ridge
and   Hazlemere   (dully
except Sunday) 9:45
6:16���Dulted States via Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:0c
9:26���All   polnta east and   Europe  (dally)    7:45
i2:10���All points enst and Europe (dally)   14:15
9:26���Sapperton and FraBer
Mills dally except
Sunday)    7:45
19:30���Sapperton ( and Fraser
Mills     (dally      except
Sunday)    ...14:15
9:26���Coquitlam  (dally    except
Sunday) 7:4E
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11.16
0:00���Ladner, Port Oulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  14:30
13:00���East Buinaby (dally except Sunday) 13:00
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)   18:30
10:00��� Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday��.14:M
16:46���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:2i
11:20���Cloverdale and Pott Kells
via G.  N.  R.   (dally except  Sunday) 14:01
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Snnday) . 8.46
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
B. C. B. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Fiiday        9:00
20:40��� Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally exoept Snnday). 17:30
ll:20-CMlliwack. Milner, Mt.
habassm. Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Clorerdale,Lang-
ley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, Soutb
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner,    Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday)  9:0t
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       14:0-
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. it. (daily
except Sunday)   17:3'
20:40���Cloverdale    via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:3C
2:00���Fipser   Arm    and     Alta
Vista and Oakalla ....23:00
NOTICEI
His Honor tbe Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to Hls Royal Highness
the Duke of Connaught, Governcr-
Oeneral of Canada, setting forth ths
program of the tour of His Roynl
Highness ln British Columbia durln i
September and October noxt. Tho
following places \yill be visited:
Kamloops���fl p. m. to 6:15 p. m. on
the 17 th September.
Vancouver��� 3 p. m. on the 18th
September to evening of 20th.
New Westminster���On 21st September.
Prince Rupert���11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (including a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo���11 a. m. to 1 p. m., on the
27th September.
Victoria���Evening of 27th September to 3rd October.
Vernon���Morning of 4th October to
11 a. m. on same day.
Penticton���4.p. m. on 4th October
to 6 p. m. on 5th.
Robson vfa Arrowhead���7 p. m. to
9 p. m. on 6th October.
Nelson���Morning of 7th October till
noon on same day.
Kootenay Landing���6 p. m. on 7th,
leaving early next day.
Provincial Secretary's Office, Victoria,
Sth July, 1912.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free of charge. Apply Secretary,
613 Columbia SL Phone 251.
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting dcliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of floor space, p**s create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
Cream Sodas
In  six short years Mooney Biscuits, have jumped into popular
favor throughout lhe entire Dominion.   You will understand why when
you eat them for the first time.
You can get Mooney Biscuits' at your grocer's, fresb  and flaky^-f^ .^^
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. �� ^ft^^'t**W-?W'-
m****?^*%lf*ip..tpafpji' "
,    Try some today���their taste will please you. --*^ *<#��'ragE5��S
He Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada
!.tt'!r&*SL**
\4atW
99
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
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The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws df
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled fof delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New Mill* at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of Ac
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Point* at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABUSHEb 1780 DORCHESTEB. MASS.
Canadian Milk at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
__btw��d
ade-ilork
News Classified Ads Psfy �� �����
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page moat
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS    ''
MONDAY, 8EPTEMBER 23, 1812.
I
Westminster Modern
Business School
NIGHT SESSION STARTS
MONDAY, SEPT. 16.
LET US FIT YOU FOR SOMETHING BETTER. MAKE A START
NOW BY ENROLLING IN OUR
NIGHT SCHOOL. IT WILL MEAN
A GENEltAL "BRUSHING UP,"
GAINING A KNOWLEDGE OK
PRACTICAL TWENTIETH CENTURY BUSINESS METHODS.
The
Modern Business School
A. L BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
610 Columbia St. Phone 853
Fraser Hotel L Alt
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours. We serve
the best the market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
WHEN YOU WANT A PIANO DO
YOU GO TO A BUTTER AND EGG
STORE FOR ONE? OF COURSE
NOT. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE TO WHOM DO YOU GO?
COMMON SENSE TELLS YOU TO
GO TO A MAN WHO MAKES INSURANCE AND NOTHING BUT INSURANCE HIS BUSINESS. WHEN
YOU WANT ANY KIND OF IN3UR
ANCE COME TO ME FOR IT.  THAT
IS MY BUSINESS.
Alfred VV. McLeod!
jfcamdiitMMtfft
857 Columbia St.,
Phona  62. New  Weetmlneter
For all calle after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of tho Westminster
Dally Newt now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
Until further notice we cannot receive orders for coal.���Gilley Bros. ���*
Rye bread���like your mother us^.'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Tele-
phone R 281. �����
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wolfenden, of
322 Second street, have gone'to Denver on an extended visit for the benefit of the health ot Mrs. Wolfenden.
Mlss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue and 6th street. Telephone R735. **
Another line play haa been secured
for Westminster. On Wednesday
evening the celebrated drama "Old
Kentucky" will be Btaged at the opera
house.   The seat sale Is now on.
Beaver Valley Farms ln the Frasei
Valley at from $13 to $16 per acre
.'ine soil; 40-acre tracts; only $50 cash
balance $10 to $15 per month. Na
tional Finance Company, Ltd., 523
Columbia street. ������
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council wlll be held this evening
at 8 o'clock, lt ls probable that the
Heaps by-law Will be read for the first
time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Barnard, of Rheims
France, were among the guests at th?
Russell hotel yesterday. Other visitors Included Mr. E. S. Wadsworth
Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. Itoyse, Seat.le
and Mies K. E. Mci.eod, also o;
Seattle.
Visitors nnd hunters in the neigh
boring municipalities report quite a
large number of pheasants about tint-
year. Mr. A. W. McLeod states tha'
'ie saw flocks of them in Surrey and
Langley municipalities last week, tht
majority of the birds, however, ap
peared to be rather young for the
time of season.
OBITUARY
Magee���After an illness of several
weeks from typhoid fever Mr. W. J
Magee, aged 55, of this city, passed
away on Saturday morning.   The lat>
Air. .Magee was .a native of Mltcliello
Indiana, aud came to this localitj sev
eral years ago.   Previous to becoming
III he was working as a carpenter a:
Coquitlam.   lie was a member of   tli.
Knights of Pythias lodge, under whesi
auspices  the  funeral  will   take  place
on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
HAMEN���The death occurred on
Friday o�� li. A. lUuicn, ten months-
old sen of Mr. and Mrs. Hamen, ol
Alta Vista. The funeral took plac,
on Saturday afternoon to the Church
cf England cemetery, New Westmin
sters, Rev. George A. Ray officiating
McDONALD���The death occurred
in tbc city on Friday of James E. Mc
Donuld, a native or Nova Scotia, and
a resident of Victoria. The remains
are at Center & Manna's parlors, and
the funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock to the Cdl
Fellows' cemetery.    -
militia* and of the American civil wa^
���stood ln line with the war stamped
Canadian militiaman and British territorial fresh out from home. AI!
walks of life contributed their quota
prominent business men and those in
less conspicuous walks of life joined
|n doing honcr to the Duke and in
supporting the National Reserve.
Down both lines passed His Royal
Highness, and lt was with evident re-
iunctance that he took his leave ot
tho'men with whom his life has to *i
large extent been shared.
IMPRESSIVE SCENES-
(Continued from Page Five.)
BEST POTATOES
75c Per Sack, 100 lbs.
Delivered Free in Burnaby, City or Sapperton
VV. HATT-COOK
"THE   POTATO   KING."
527   Front  Street Phone  550
termission until the car had speeded
out of sight.
His Royal Highness was accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel H. C.
Lowther, military secretary; Captain
H. C. Buller, aide de camp; Captain
W. Long, Dominion Police Inspector
Parkinson and three journalists, G. H.
Wykes, London, Eng.; J. H. Healey,
Winnipeg, and Hamilton Fyfe, London, Eng. The last mentioned Is onu
of the best knowu and most distinguished newspaper writers of tbo
day, ��� He accompanied the Duke of
Connaught when he opened the flrst
3outh African parliament and waj
present with King George and Queen
Mary in India duiing the recent Durbar. Mr. Rex Croasdell, of the C. N.
R. publicity department, was amour;
the pressmen.
Reception   Committee.
The committee in charge cf the
ceremonies was as follows:
Reception Committee���The Mayor,
J. A. Lee; Acting Mayor Alderman A.
W. Gray, Aldermen D. S. Curtis, A.E.
White, A. E. Kellington, J. Henley, W.
Dodd, F. J. Lynch, J. D. Taylor, M. P.
T. Gifford, M, P. P., F. J. MacKenzie
M. P. P., G. D. Brymner, Mrs. Flet
:her. Canon d'Easum, Col. T. Johnson
T. J. Trapp, J. R. Duncan, A. Purvis
B. G. Walker, J. W. Cunningham, J.
C. Blair, O. Wilkie, H. P. Vidal, H.
Savage, K. Myers, R. J. Rickman, W
A. Gilley, R. P. Day, L. A. Lewis, G.
H. Bucklin, Dr. and Mrs. Doherty.
Secretary���C. H. Stuart-Wade.
Auto���A. W. Gray.
Decorations���A. E. Kellington, Dr
F. P. Smith, B. G. Walker, Mrs. Flet
cher.
Foundation Stone���School, Armor/
���A. E. White, T. J. Trapp, W. A. Gilley, C. H. Stuart-Wade.
Luncheon���T. Gifford.
Finance���A. W. Gray, D. S. Curtis,
A. B. White.
Military���Lieut.-Col. Johnson, Hugh
Savage, R. P. Day.
Address���The Mayor.
Invitations and Presentation���A. W.
Grav, T. Gifford, J. W. Cunningham.
Music���A. E. White, Canon d Ea-
sum, R. J. Rickman.
Badges���C. H. Stuart-Wade, J. W.
Cunningham.
Ladles-^-The Mayoress, wives of
ildermen and members cf the Dom-
nion and Provincial parliaments.
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The most comfortable rooms ln tbe
city; hot and cold water and steam
radiator in each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at the bar, and llrst class cafe run in
connection.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone  186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
on the Banjo, Zither Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola, Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
"Dick" J. Lawrence
Leave Instruments fer tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
419 Columbia Street.   Tel. 694.
FOR SALE
Nice new five room Bungalow, with all modern conveniences, full
sized cement basement, piped for furnace. This house is beautifully
situated iu the West End and close to the car. ,
PRICE $2800; l/3 Cash and the Balance to Arrange
For   Further   Particulars   Apply to
Wm. McAdam
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
P. O. Box 874.   Phone 498. Room 1 Weetmlneter Truet Block.
$500 Cash
Buys a
Modern
Seven Room House on
Corner Lot on Edmonds
Road,   Price $3700.
RUTLEDGE - SAUNDERS
BROKERAGE CO.
Room 6, Trapp Block Phone 702
OF fniius
FIRST RATIONAL
RESERVE PARADE
CEL-5Q
Cures all stomach
troubles, headaches,
sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glass free of charge at
MOWS DRUG STORE
Four doors Eaat of Bank of
'   /"^Montreal.
New Weetmlneter, 8. C
(Continued from face Or.o.i
cote-Johnson, R. N.. and. ranging to
lhe left were drawn up in order the
men of the British regular army under Serjeant C. Saunders, the Cana
dian mllltla under Captain Peele. anc'
the Hritish auxiliary forces undei
Captain John W. Parr. The whoh
force of 'j'l men wah' commanded by
Lieutenant Colonel James Ward. lat<-
33th bnttallon (Simcoe Foresters).
On the extreme left of the line un
der a native officer was drawn un 31
Sikh soldiers of the British Indiai,
army.
Inspects S:outs.
Following the presentation of tht
cltUens, His Hoyal Highness descend
od the platform, and. beginning ai
the western end passed alon? the Iln'
of Bey Scnuts asking several abom
'he different patrols and r.haklui
hands 'with Scoutmaster Day, win
with Seoul master Chapman had 4t-
boys on parade, Tho Dnke spn're ;>
several of the Chilliwack eontinjren
and was greatly interested In the l
Chinese Hoy Smuts. After liisieot-
lng the Hoys' Brigade, who turned
out 32 strong under Captain J. T. Bur
nett, the Duke passed on to the Sikhs
and held a conversation In the native
tongue with the officer in charge. Hi
spoke to rach of the men, and so
came to the ranks of the National
Reserve.
The Old Brlpad-.
To every man on parade the dnke
addressed a few kindly words. Fully
one half of ttione present   had   seen
service in many wars, while some 20
wero  former officers.    Ilrro only    a
few of tlie Incidents    that    occurred
when the hill's Injected the old brigade may be mentioned.    Perhaps the
I oldest soldier tliere was Mr. William
I McDermott, of Burnabv, who   served
I with the 42nd Foot (I)laek Watch) In
I the Crimea.   Of special interest were
the three old Royal Engineers, to one
cf whom, Mr. S. Arrlior,    the   Duke
sent his orderly telling him not    to
stand up and fatlirue himself.
Impressive Sight.
It was a most Impressive sight this
array of sailors and    soldiers   of   all
ages.    Here the duke paused  to look
at the medal of the Fenian raid, thero
he recalled memories of thirty yean
aeo In chatting   with   the    regulars.
T'i-re were men who   had    march".-!
wi"   Robirts to KtndatfT. Wio ha'l
snrvtved tha "ulo^'rii's   (i'T>?t��>t-"   ���f
f-innn's post, who bad e��"od P��* <j>��!i
for Gordon's    rel'ef,    while    the cltv
clerk���veteran alike of tho Canadian
Members of Hoyal Lcd^e No. 6 aid
Granite Lodge No. 16i Knights of
Pythias, are requested to attend the
funeral of their brother, W. J. Magee,
wliich will take place from the Fales
undertaking parlors at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
A. McDONALD, K. Ft. S.
A.  P. GRANT, K.  It.  S.
Harbour City Electric Company, Ltd.
NOTICE IS HEREF.Y GIVEN that
���t is the intention of the Harbour C;ty
Electric Company, Limited, after one
month from the 25th inst. to make application to the Registrar of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Company, 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.
JQL
HABIT
,The Daily Use of our,
CREAM OF WITCH HffiL
���no other habit will render
the skin so smooth, allay irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn as
quickly. It is purely made and
possesses wonderful medicinal
properties. Use it daily, it's a
good habit.
Price 25c and 50c.
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE  57
Westminster Trust  Block
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS
BR.N3   QUICK   RESULTS
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
deuce lots in good locations, and
good Investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
fl,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH STREET, TWO
lots, 00x132 each to lane. Price
$1060 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1889���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots.
cleared; $1,275 00 each; one-third
cash.
NO. 1313��� DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Price $1550.; one-third caah.
NO. 1283���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132; cleared and
graded; $2,000; one-third cash.
NO.   953���5   LOTS   ON   TURNBULL
street, 50x118; cheapest good lots iu
the city. Prico MO each; oue-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE    CORNER,    TENTH    AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready i
to build on.   Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
in orchard. Price for a few days
only, $1,100; one-third caah.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Actldent, Employers' Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
****am^m***********a***********maaaaa
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
m
R. J. HYVBLL, Secretary.
THE MAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACHINES
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY.
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING  ANO CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC���LIVERPOOL.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING  EVERY SATURDAY.
Wireless and Deep Sea Signaling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
New SS. "LAUHENTIt"      New SS. "MEGANTIC"
15.000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Heaters, Etc.
Sails Sept. 14, Sept. 28, Oct. 12, Oct. 26, Nov. 9, Nov. 23
First Class $92.50, Second Class $53.75, Third Class $32.50.
ONE CLASS  (II.) CABIN 8ERVICE.
Twin 8crew 8.8. "CANADA."
514 feet long. Sept. 21st, Oct.
19th, Nov. 16th. $50.00 and up.
Third Class $31.25.
All steamers sr.il from Montreal, calling at Quebec.   Embark night before sailing.   No hotel expenses. No transfer charges.
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
H. B. GOULET, Cau. Pac. Apei t.    W. F. BUTCHER, G. N. R. Agent.
New Westminster.
Twin Screw S.S. "TEUTONIC."
582 feet long, 18.000 horsepower.
Sails Oct. 5th, Nov. 2nd. Nov.
30th. $55.03 and up; Third Class
$32.50.
oftling Works
il
NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  cf CIDERS, MINERAL    WATER,    Etc.   Special
Brand of GINGER  BEER and GINGER  ALE.
Importers of BRITISH   NON-ALCOHOLIC    WINES    and    CARBONIC ACID GA8.
8ole Agents for Westminster    Territory    of    GRAPINE,    "The
Health  Drink.
COUNTRY  ORDER8  SOLICITED.
MOST MODERN FACTORY ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY
I
H.R.H.
SOUVENIRS
AT
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THE
JEWELER
Houses To Rent
IMMEDIATE  POSSESSION
SIXTH ROOM COTTAGE on Hartco Street,    Modern    convanlences.
$25.00 per month.
FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd. avenue, Burnaby,  Modern  conveniences.    $20.00 per month.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE on Hamilton   street,   Modern    conveniences.
$30.00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE on Tenth avenue.   $18.00 per month.
THREE ROOM HOUSE on 13th. street.   $10.00 per month.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
628 and 748 Columbia 8treet, Phone 85., Nsw Westminster, B. C.
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
ELECTRIC
Phone 656
63 Sixth Street

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