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"    SEP U 1912    -
VOLUME 7, NUMDER 158.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY   MORNING, SEPTEMBER  10,  1912.
PRICK riVB CENTS
BRUNETTE RIVER
NEEDS IMPROVING
F looding Feared In Winter If
Obstruction*   Are Not
Removed.
Burnaby Gets New Induatry���Drastic
By-law Regarding Blasting la
Passed���Lake Improvement.
Edmonds, Sept. 9.���The Burnaby
Lake improvement scheme caine up
before the Burnaby council this evening through a preliminary report of
the engineer showing the amount of
work completed to date. Up to August
some $2138 has been expended on the
work by the survey party, $650 of
whloh was for the purchase of Instruments and material. The camp
has been moved from, the eastern side
of the lake to a point on the Douglas
road near Still creek. It Ib expected
that the outside work of the preliminary survey will be completed and
much of the data obtained ln about
two months time.
Mr. McPherBou, the engineer, suggested tbat if the council planned to
submit a by-law before the people
upon thiB improvement scheme, a
consulting engineer be appointed to
estimate the cost, who would be a
recognized authority on/ engineering
undertakings of this nature.
Will Flood Roads.
The reading of the report called
for much comment on the part of
Councillor Fau Vel, who asked whether anything had been done to remove the obstructions in the Brunette
river which drains out of Burnaby
lake, and which, he thought, was accountable for the large amount of
boggy land ln the vicinity of Still
creek and the lake. If this is not
done, said the councillor, the corporation would have a line problem on
their hands this coming winter looking after the Improved roads iu this
district which would surely be flooded and possibly ruined by the moisture from the \a\e and river.
He thought that a stnall amount of
money might be apportioned for clearing tiie tin -Iruction* of the river. thu��
allowing the water to flow more clearly Into the Fraser, which ls many
feet below the level cf the lake.
His    remarks    were    seconded    by
Councillor   MacDonald  and   the eng!
neer  was  Instructed   to bring    In    a
further report at  the next meeting.
Locate New Industry.
Mr. .1. 11. CroiB, of San Diego, Cal..
appeared  before  the council with regard  to  the purchase of a  parcel oi
land owned by the    municipality    at
Highland   Park  whic'i  ho  wanted for
the   location   of  a   manufactory.     He
exhibited a patent  spring whlffln-ti-ee
used on  wagons, and stated that the
company    had    organized    aud    was-
roady to go on with the work of erecting a  plant If that site could  be secured     He also asked the councillors
to look Into the sche" �� with a view
of receiving their (in:      .nl suppoi*.
Councillor Madill, puo has in hnnd
the matter, was authorized to go
ahead with the aale. The actln?
reeve stated Burnaby wanted the industry within its borderB.
Drastic Regulations.
The Burnaby Blasting by-law 1912.
was given Its third reading and will
receive the Bignature and seal of he
reeve and clerk. This Is one of the
most drastic by-laws regulating biasing passed by any municipality per-
haps on the lower mainland Any
person  who  cannot ��*��*&����
INTERESTING CASE
IN COUNTY COURT
Appellant Wishes to Be Aaaeated for
More Land���Eighteen Acres In
Port Mann Affected.
The county court reopened It's sittings yesterday morntng after the
long vacation. Judge Howay presided
and a number of cases were disposed
of and advanced a atage.
An appeal case came before hls
honor ln the county court yesterday,
unique ln the circumstances tbat the
appellant wished to be assessed for
more than the assessor had assessed
blm. But ln tbe course of the argu
ment tbe phenomenon explained Itself.
Mr. G. E. Corbould, of Messrs. Corbould, Grant & McColl, solicitors and
barristers. New Westminster, appealed from a decision of the court of revision. Surrey municipality, complaining that he wus not assessed for
enough land. The land was bought
years ago wben lt was practically
valueless; now It is In Port Mann
townsite. The appeal was dismissed,
but the circumstances are interesting.
Some years ago Surrey municipality
held a tax sale and among the land3
put up was section 4, block 5, range 2.
excepting the right of way of the
Westminster Southern railway (now
the G. N. R.). The land, at the time,
was considered of little or no value
and no bids were received. The muni-
c'pallty was, after a time, compelled
to purchase it themselves. Sinc-3
then It has become part of Port Mann
townsite and consequent on the operations of the Canadian Northern railway, enormously enhanced In price.
The Westminster Southern Railway
company owned 24.47 acres In this
section and paid all taxes upon their
portion of the property.
Mr. Corbould subsequently purchased the land which the municipality had bought in, and in due course
got an indefeasible title for the land
described as above, but without specification of what tbe right of way consisted of. The wliole Bectlon would
contain in the neighborhood cf 54
acres, and subtracting the part owned
bv the railway company would leave
ebout 36 acres. For several years
Mr. Corbould was assessed for 3fi
acrea and the railway company tor
the balance, without demur. Thin
year the assessment waa made In tho
same way. and Mr. Corbould took ex-
CABINET COUNCIL
TO GET TO WORK
Opinion Divided As to When
House  Will Assemble
Again.
Naval Pronouncement Walta on Addi
tional Information from Britain
���Many Important Questions.
Ottawa, Sept. 9.���The Evening Cltt
/.eu In discussing the work to be
taken up by the cabinet council nov.
that Premier Bordeu has returned tc
Canada, says:
After the tumult and demonstration
incidental to the return of the prime
minister terminates, the cabinet council, without delay, will get down tc
the   accumulation   of    work    which
awaits its attention.   One of the flrat
things will be a survey of the altua
tlon to determine what date Is prefer-
rable for the assemblage   of    parlla
ment.   Then a great budget of legls
Iation for presentation to it must be
prepared.    Opinion  seems  somewhat
divided as to whether the house will
meet In November or only In January.
Tbe question  has not yet been con
sidered, but will be at once.
The Naval Guestion.
Of outstanding Importance   is   the
naval question and the policy to be
determined in connection with it. The
prime minister has made It clear that
no decision has as yet been arrived al
yet and that noue will be until addi
tional  information   from   the   British
admiralty is forthcoming. There need
be no surprise if an announcement ls
not made until parliament assembles.
Tbe question of what, if anything
is to be done with the tariff, the redistribution bill, revision of the bank
act, questions of general policy, the
Canadian  Pacific  stocS.  increase and
a lot of legislation not yet definitely
detenu'ned.   will,   in  addition  to  th"
navy  issue  require  the  attention  of
he ministry.   All these things. In the
opinion of many, militate agalnsV the [
opening of an early session.
Vacancies in Senate
��� There are laven v��*-.��ncl*. a in    the \'
aetiate to be fitted and Hy-elertVone lr
McDonald and    Richelieu    u>    be arranged   tor. 7 Possibly   an   extra  civil
WOULD STRIKE TO
PREVENT WARFARE
REDMOND ASKS TOR
AMFRfCAN SUPPORT
Keir Hardie Will Preach Lit-
tie England Doctrines In
Canada.
No Desire for War Outside of Veatad
Interests    and     Bankrupt
Politicians.
Toronto, Sept. 9.���"So strong do we
of the Labor party feel on the matter \
of war that ive are now engaged In '
an effort to organize the working
class. Feeling lu all countries are
at auch an extent that if every means
fall ln avoiding war we are prepared
to organize a revolutionary general
strike whicii would necessitate the
presence of the armies at home and
prevent them being Bent out to
slaughter, eacb other In a quarrel
which ia not theirs."���Keir Hardie.
Roundly denouncing Jlngoists and
the dangerouB German war scare.
James Keir Hardie, leader of the Independent Labor party in the British
House of Commons, who was in
Toronto yesterday on his way to the
Dominion Trades congress at Guelph
aB the fraternal delegate from the
British labor organizations, made the
above statement in an interview.
German Relations.
"I will lay special emphasis in my
utterances at Guelph and other places
on the need of the Canadian work
men being on their guard against be
ing drawn into tbe maelstrom of
militarism," he said. "Several of my
colleagues in parliament have been
endeavoring to extend to Canada the
alleged antagonism betweeu Germany
and ourselves. 1 say In tbe most emphatic manner that outside of the
vested Interests and our bankrupt
party politicians there ls no desire
for war in either country."
Thinks  that  Ulster   Will  Come   Inte
Line Once Home Rule Becomes
Law.
Philadelphia, Sept. 9.���Michael J.
Ryan, of this city, president of tbe
United Irish League of America, today received a letter from John R.
Redmond, the Irish Home Rule leader
stating that hia brother, William Red
mond, would sail from Ireland on
Thursday of this week to attend the
national convention of the league to
be hejd in Philadelphia tbe latter part
.of thia month, and declaring that bo
'far aa Great Britain ls concerned, the
' battle for Home Rule has been won.
"Our only embarrassment,' be sa.u,
"Is in the attitude taken by a sectioi:
of the people of Ulster." Continuing
he says:
This attitude will not, of course
prevent the passage of the Horn<-
Rule bill, and my own strong belief
Ib, that, aftei the measure has become law, with that strong common
Bense that characterizes northern
Irishmen, our present opponents will
rapidly fall Into line.
"The Home Rule bill will therefore
pas3 tbrough the House of Commons
before the end of this year, but 1
take It for granted that lt wlll be
immediately rejected by the House of
txirds. This means that we have practically a two years struggle yet before
ub. During that time we will need
all the material and moral support
which Ib poEsible frcm our fellow
countrymen abtoad."
PRECAUTIONS FOR
mm or citv
Alderman Dodd Moves For
Sunday Evening Opening
of Library.
INVITE HELP OF
ttWHI&H UMB
APPRECIATE WORK
Of BURNABY POLICE
Council   Adopts   Recommendations
Chief���Two Additional Men���
Sergeant  Appointed.
of
ceptlon to It. but at the.court .?t   M���?���� Smmt^SKaV J& hTavpoWti
ed and the tnture of the- puhtlc service commission determined. Everything conBequeutly points to the cab
inet having an extremely busy fall
Hon. tieorge E. Foster returns to Lon
don ou October 1 to attend the Bit
tings cf the imperial trade commission. ,
With the exception of Hon. Sam
Hughes and Hon. J. A. Lougheed, all
of the cabinet ministers are now In
the city.
THE HARBOR WILL
MAKE WESTMINSTER
ceptlon to it, out. bv ���,a~. .*.,.	
vision thc assessment was sustained
Hence tbe appeal yesterday.
Mr. Corbould's contention waB that
his certificate of title covered the
whele of the section referred to, less
���'te actual right of way of the railway company, which, under tbe
statutes, he maintained was 100 feet,
and whicii would amount to about 6H
a^rcs. Tbe railway company, on the
otlier hand, was shown to be registered owners of the 24 acre portion already mentioned, and lf Mr. Cor-
bould's contention were sustained lt
would mean that their holding would
be curtailed by 18 acres, which would
po to him.
Both Mr. Corbould on hls own be-
bnlf and Mr. E. M. Carncross, for Surrey municipality, gave teatimony.
Mr. Corbould explained that he had
intimated an appeal laat year, but
owing to some misapprehension aa to
the date, hc was too late and tbe appeal was not heard. He founded hla
case on hla certlflcate of tttle. He
understood that Surrey municipality
held that the railway company was
the real owners of the disputed IR
* tea, that It had paid taxes upon
thPin and that they had never been
grid to htm. He expected to be assess-
Council    Ha* Already  Promised    Aid
for Royal Victorian Order of
Nurses.
Edmonds, Sept. 9.���That the Burnaby council  views with favor the past
worfc ot QUM ��( eaum V
\a\m tasrmm tuuo-
\     Ttt��*��   ���***&��  that  a     odM*����*<��    *��)
etreet Improvement By laws Passed���
Many Wish to Drive Coming
Patrol Wagon.
���   '
Dr. A. L. McQirarrle, medical health
officer, in hi* report for August sent
Into tbe city council last night
brought to the attention of the councl thet the deadly infantile paralysis
and cerebro-spinal meningitis disease *
were prevalent to the city and that
one or two canes in the c'ty during
thei month had culminated fatally.
The report emphasised the necesalty
<of watching auch easea and stated that
all local physicians had bean requested In addition to the former list, to
report all caaea of cerebro-spinal meningitis, acute anterior poliomyelitis or
infantile paralysis and typhoid fever
coming under their care so that the
health department would be in a position to scrutinize them and take active steps to suppress any outbreak
resembling an epidemic.
"Regarding infantile paralysis," the
medical health officer stated, "I may
say that up to the present it has beeu
the custom to fumigate, etc., at th?
termination of every reported case,
but I wouid suggest tbat in future thla
disease be put on a par with scarlet
fever and ether contagious diseases
and that a rigid quarantine be enforced for at least three weeks after
acute symptoms have subsided."
Endresed Action.
The council endorsed the action of
Dr. McQuarrie on the steps he had
taken to hare all cases of spinal diseases reported. For forther consideration, however, the report was referred
to the health committee.
The statistics of the report showed
seven cases ot typhoid were reported
to the health officer during August,
as compared with none for July. Five
cases of meningMto cerebro-spinal an J
poliomyelitis, acute anterior or Infan-
perscn. who  uuifut  .     ,,*M to mm. nc e��rv	
lish is barred from using elbloslves. j P(i f0r the land which he held under
The engineer will have full charge of I hls certlflcate of title,
the Issuing of licenses. Mr. CarncroBS,   clerk    to   Surrey,
Couuc'llor Madill asked whether u.!8Ria it had   never   been   the   munl-
man owning a lot in Burnaby, ���.. ii ic'.pallty's Intention to convey or tranB-
wlshlng to blast out a single stump1  .. a ������ t>n.. Four)
would be compelled to pay $2.50 for ^^^^
a license. This, be Btated, would
mean a hardship on the poor working
man and he failed to see the Justice
of the act.
He was Informed that lt was proposed to. have several men ln each
district* who would be authorized to
do any blasting. The property ownera
could look to thein.
Reeve Weart and Chairman MacDonald, cf the board of works, were
appointed to attend the annual meeting of the B. O. Municipalities at
Revelstoke on October 22 and 23.
The Burnaby Hockey club received
good support from the councillors
when they wrote a letter to them
asking tor their permission to place
their  namea on the list as patrons
'a**	
(Continued on Page Four.)
DROVE HIS POINTS
HOME TOO FORCIBLY
Argument on Socialism Landa Former
United States Soldier In Jail for
Clx Weeks.
Expert  Engliah  Engineer   Returns to
the City for More Detailed
Information)
Mr. Alfred Whalley, consulting engineer of Liverpool and member of
the Institute ot Electrical Engineers,
who came to the city a few months
ago wtth the party of British manufacturers waa in the city again yesterday for the purpose of making himself better acquainted with local conditions before returning to the old
country, ^.fter Mr. Whalley visited
Westminster with the British manufacturers he returned to Victoria and
during the Interval lie has been making tours of all the coast cities as far
down as California.
Yesterday he waa conducted over
some of the local Industries by Mr.
Stuart Wade, city publicity commissioner. He considers that thei prospects before Westminster, once the
harbor project Ib inaugurated, will be
-i -m ...  *kftaa eat anv
Edmonds, Sept. 9.���A meeting will
be beld in the municipal hall on
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock to'
the purpose of taking up the matter
of having a branch ot the Royal Victorian Order of Nurses located In
Burnaby. Mrs. J. Macauley. of Vancouver, president of the Vanoouver
branch, win be present to speak on
the association and its work.
Throueh lhe generosity of Mr. G.
Smith, of Central Park, the order has
been given a lot In tbat district, and
tbe ladles of Burnaby are asked to
attend the meeting for the purpose
of taking action in the matter of
erecting a building and furnishing
same ao that two of the nurses of the
association  can  be  stationed  ln the
municipality.
At a recent meeting of the council
financial aid to the project waa promised and this body will aid the movement with all its power and assistance.
BANff WELCOMES
THE ROYAL PARTY
Edmonds, Sept. S.-Tbe, merit* ��d
Ouchsss Rides   on    Veloelpede-Sun
Shines At Last���Interesting
Presentation.
stationed* afc en tr��l    Parti,   "����    w*\yVy? lr��w" ��� ��� - ���V'"-.	
quested by the residents ot that large-\��� Ju���� ***** ��������** ���* ehlchenvo*. two
1 *��� r^��~��i�� M*da three ot measles,
^^���s^^TiH-i'^r^.a*.^;^
harbor project IB in��us��...^,  ..... Banff   Alia    Sent   9���Their  Roval I
equal If not superior to those of any'  ���^*n"' A,U" 7P7 8',���lr K��y al |
city he has visited tn thirty years of Highnesses are having ideal wither,
engineering experience, during which lat least at the beginning of their so-
he haa seen all the largeet ports of. journ among the mountains.   Today
Europe,  including  Antwerp and Rot- j hag b of M M BUIlrt,ine
terdam, as well as the great English . *v     ��� r *��- ....
ly settled district. He will be dismounted. That the present force be
increased by the appointment of two
additional men. One of these will be
mounted and stationed in the Burnaby Lake district, while the other is
needed to act in the capacity of
night jailor aud also as office man.
Burnaby Lake, explained the chief, is
a strategical point in Burnaby, the
tracks of the Great Northern and the
B. C. E. R. running through there.
Douglas road also needed attention.
The report also asked for the appointment  of a  sergeant,  mentioning
the name of Constable Lyue for tbe
post    With  this force, the chief reported, he would be able to give the
district    better    protection    without
working bis men at all hours of the
1 day and night.    During thla year he
.had successfully prosecuted 200 cases,
eleven ot which had been sent up to
a higher court, and these without the
aid of legal eounell, thus   saving   a
great expense to Burnaby.    In  view
of the fact that aeveral of the force
were residing away from the municipal hall, he asked that their salaries
be augmented $5 a   month   towards
maintenance e; penses.
Magistrate B. O. Walker spoke in
favor of the recommendations whicb,
he stated, were necessary if tho. work
waa to be carried on as efficiently aa
heretofore.
All the councillors concurred with
hla remarks and passed the report
with no objection whatever. The
chief waa given an Increase of salary
together with the new sergeant who
will begin his duties forthwith, while
the other appointments will be made.
immejbTeatauties
in chinese floods
ssrtors"��..-w WesrdKS jrsu^r����<�� ��-.��r.��s &-*�� *****>���
&SP&1 r K'S* 3r.5Jt��ff". tmm. n ������ja-rtsffi     ���	
granted, spveral ot the councillors remarking that vltere Burnaby was to
be advertised as a whole, everyone
should support such a move.
SURREY HAS EXCELLENT
UP-TO-DATE DAIRY PLANT
Councillor Murphy, of Surrey, ha"
had his new da'rv completely fitted
up with the very latest cleaning *nA
Bterlllr.lng apparatus by Drunr.nond's,
Tpronto.
A flne airy building, away from th��.
cow barns, with plenty ot space and
light, It Is reassnrlpg to Inspect the
efficacy with which the stewi machinery and Ingenious contrivances do
their work.
The councillor bas a splend'd herd
of sixty cows ot tbe best milking
strains.
Ellla, a lauorei ���** ..��� ...
and forme, iy a soldier under the flag
of Uncle bam, war oharged with assaulting another laborer named Frank
Nelson in North Burnaby on Friday.
September 6
Nelson explained that he and Ellla
were arguing upon socialism while
tbe former was Bitting on a soap box.
Words flew thick .and fast untll the
defendant drove his boot with telling
effect Into the face oi Nelson. A
doctor was called aud patched up the
wounds and  a charge  agr'nst  Ellis
followed.
The bencji took the view that
soolallsm to be successful, must be
practiced hy oratorical measures and
not by force, and during the nev.t
six weeks Ellis will have plenty of
Several cases came up for debate
at the B. n. A. A. V. meeting heliVJ
last evening. It Is understood that
the status ot twp well known athletes
in amateur standing will be enquired
Into and will bo reported on at tho
ne>.t meeting.
Mr. A. McLaren, representing the
c'ty soccer league, a sited ', le amateur
body whether they could $eb their
way to donate a cup to be competed
for aiumn; the clubs In tte league.
Lack of funds prevented   tlie   union
^  mak'ng anv promise at thjfe \\me.
six weeks Ellis wlll have piemy v* . u waa folded that hefcafter the
time In jail to consider the movement meet|n!; wtu be held ln th* Y. M. C.
which was being debated before the A. building on the flrst and third Fri-
scrap occurred. days of each month.
^ H
Cochnn* this forenoon bisfore the
Royal train left for thla place the
Duke went tor a constitutional In the
SS�� of which he visit ed ^e weIt
B. C. A. A. U. TREASURE CHEST
Typhoon Accounts for Nearly   Forty
Thouaand Llvei-Mlaslonary
Station Wnshad Away.
tu Jmj   iaiw ...��... m.	
of German measles, three ot measles,
two ol   scarlet   fever   and   two    of
whooping cough were reported.
Library on Sunday.
Alderman Dodd raised a slight discussion when he asked Acting Mayor
Gray if it was true that the library-
had been ordered closed on  Sunday
evenings.   He received an affirmative ���
answer and declared that such should
not be the case, en the grounds that
the privileges were in the greatest de--
mard of the week on Sunday evening,
The act'v- mayor alao thought that-
tbe   i'*-niTy   sboald  he open   on   the-
Sabbath evening; and Alderman White,-,
who is * meiuhei1 of the library com-
mittee. was naked to make some   arrangement nhaaPb* the building could
be open to the public on the night
desired.
Alderman White thought  it  might
impose a hardship on the librarian as
the opening on  the Sabbath   would*,
make lt necessary tor ber to be on ��� .
duty seven days at the week.    He'
thought, however, that some arrangement could bo   made   in compliance -
with tte wish ot Alderman Dodd.
More Beeka Needed.
In connection wltt  the library Al-
dfrman White reported that during
tbe month of Angust the attendance
and the nxmber ��f boofcs taken ont
bad Increased greatly over the    previous month.   He recommended that
on account of tha unusual demand for
reading matter that the library committee hm given permission to    purchase volumes to, the value of about
$89.   WUh thla nam it was Intended
to  purchase fnvenile literature  and
technical reference hooks.
Ancrber natter in connection with
the library was taken up.   This tot*
consideration   Sor   a   new    heating
boiler for th* boildtng.   The tenders
received were ns follows:    James fc'
McClughan. 9M��;   J. P. McMurphy.
*?,8R; Iferrithew   *   Ramaay.   $400;
Mahoney * Kennedy. $410.   The tender ot J. P. MelMrphy was accepted.
Impresses** By-fcwa.
The by-lawn tor Improvements   on
various streets throughout   the   cltv
were reconsidered had dually passed.
the Duches?. who wt-.s looking on with
amusement, decided that She would
perch behind, the two aldea thus having a passenger. Princess Patricia
secured a snapshot of her mother engaged In this diversion. *
On tbe arrival hare this afternoon
the address of welcome was read by
Dr. R. G. Brett.
Upon the dose of H. % fi'e. replv
tbe head of a rocky mountain sheep,
a magnificent specimen of the hi?
horn, flnelv mounted. Was presented
to him. Their Royal Highnesses were
then taken tor a drive after which
they went to the Banff hotel, which
Is to be their home tor the refoaln-
dor cf tha week.
Shanghai, Sept. 9.���-An Immense
loss* Of life Is reported In mail advices which have just been received
trom Wen Chow, ln the province of
Che Kiang. The Chinese estimates
give the death roll as between thirty
and forty thousand as tho result of a
typhoon combined with torrential
rains and high tides which occurred
August 29.
Great floods followed and the upper
Wen Chow river overflowed Its banks
and swept over a vast area, the town
ot Tslng Tslng, about forty miles to
the northwest of Wen Chow," was
overwhelmed ard ten thousand of the
inhabitants were drowned. Various
other towns and villages were destroyed and the prefecture ot Chu
IChow, which Is an Important missionary station, was washed awny.
The atreetn
were:    T%W.
paving    avotm
Front itww,
street, paving
ments:    fhttS.
Birth street.
to in the by-laws
and Twelfth,
Improvements;
���ever; Alexander
other   improve-
���ond,   Fifth   and
���_tewers apd other
Tte Heap's Engineer-
Improvements.   Ite Heap's Engineering by-taw was read tor    the   first
time.
A letter was received from the city
solicitors stating that the  city  waa
caned upon to pay a certain sum for
a certiorari   secured   by   Mr. H. G.
Snrague tram Mr. Justice Murphy for
the purpose of squashing a decision
delivered la tha local   police   court-
some time ngsi   It seems   thst   Mr.
Spragne appeared before  tM    local'
magistrate ehargad with drivina hia
motor car at a* e��eeaalve speed and'
was lined   flM.   Mr. Sprague   then
applied far a   certiorari   whloh   tttcr
Justice granted ea Upe grounds. ,tlt��fc
^^^H w
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
I Classified Advertising
��� ���
���
RATE8.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per Insertion.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���BY SCOTCH GIRL, i
situation as general servant Coot
cook.   Box 103, News Office.
Jt YOUNG ENGLISH BACHELOR
requires bedroom and board. Private house. Terms moderate. Reply box 777, Westminster Dailj
News.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN WANTS
evening employment. Correspondence, shorthand, typing and bookkeeping. Moderate terms. Box 104
News office.
WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIG
neer Dye Works, Second street
Phone 430.
WANTED ��� TWO BRICKLAYERS
for Ladner Municipal Hall. Muwt
be good men. Apply between 8
and 10 Tuesday morning at room
11, Westminster Trust Building.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���$13 to $16 PER ACRE
will secure a forty acre farm In
Central British Columbia. Good
deep soil with luxuriant vegetation
consisting of wild grasses, pea vine
aud vetch. The land is within 2%
miles of the Fraser river and three
miles of the Pacific and Great Eastern which will bo completed within two years. The land Is level and
there is no stone, the clearing is
vory light. The local market consumes all produce, thereby doing
away with freight charge. $50 cash
and $10 to $15 per month wlll handle one of these 40 acre farms. This
is a splendid opportunity for a man
of small means. Ask for our booklet F. I., giving full particulars,
maps, views, etc.
NATIONAL FINANCE COMPANY
Limited.  Phone 515. 521  Columbia.
HOUSE BARGAIN���NEW MODERN
eight-roomed house, corner of Second and Durham, New Westminster,
l.ot 92x120 feet. Concrete basement, furnace, stationery washtubs.
etc. Mortgage $3500. Value of
property $6500. Will sell for $3000.
Not loss than $800 cash. Balance
ca3y terms, or will take property
in trade. Address, Thompson, 310
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.    Telephone Seymour 487.
WANTED���A   WAITRESS   AT   THE
Colonial  Hotel.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FURN-
ished rooms; would prefer a small
house. Address Box 101 Newa
office.
FOR    SALE���14-FOOT     PLEASURE
boat,  1321 Third avenue.
FOR SALE���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
IVi acres with 686 foot road frontage, splendid location, close to new
school and tram. Owner, P. O.
Box 977,  New  Westminster.
SINISTER OUTLOOK
EOR ULSTER DAY
Rumor   in   North   of   Ireland   Barely
Conceals Grim  Shadow of
Trouble  Ahead.
WANTED���GOOD COOK FOR PRI-
vate family; good wages. Apply 515
Fifth avenue.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family pre
ferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.    Phone 401.
FOR SALE���CLOVER HAY ABOUT
three tons, feed oats about two
tons. Best offer wanted by Robert
Wright, Brunette road, in junction
with Blue Mountain road.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.      ROYAL |
City steam laundry.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50xl"8 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Hnrnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from ear.
WANTED���ROOMERS .AND BOARD
ers.    36 Hastings street.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   A Inmost new.    408 Fifth street.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
Dublin, Sept. 9.���Preparing for the
big "Battle of the North." fixed for
Sept. 28, Ulster���and particularly Belfast���presents a curious mixture of
the comic and the sublime. There Is
no doubting the determination and
the sincerity of the rank and file of
the Orangemen. They have been
goaded into a white heat of anger.
But comedy in bushels is being provided by the dukes and the belted
earls who are practicing fence with
L"The sacred weapons used by their
forefathers," at the charter fleld of
liberty, the Boyne.
Numerous accounts are printed of
the desperate doing of these gentry
with swords which were fashioned before parliament had much to say in
the affairs of the nation. One Orange
earl gives It out with pride that he Is
using the sword which Sir William
Wallace carried to urge the Scots to
victory. Another practices with a
mace whicli did service at the battle
of Tewkesbury in the War of the
Roses.
The Nationalists, of course, are
poking all kinds of fun at these twentieth century warriors playing with
the toys of Middle Ages. Yet, underneath the humor is grim reality of
trouble ahead.
The program for Ulster dny Is announced as follows: A re'igious service will be held until 11 o'clock ln
each locality throughout Ulster. After
the service all Unionists will proceed
to appointed places to pledge themselves to a solemn covenant, the
terms of wliich will be approved by
the counc'l on Sent. 23. and publiclv
proclaimed throughout Ulster the following day.
Previous to Ulster dav, anti-Homo
Rule demonstrat'ons will be hpld in
different parts of the province, a'
whicii the following speakers will b-
mmpvrmt- -!-.��� p-.i-n 0f Aberoorn, tho
Duke of Devonshire, Lord London
���iprrv; I nr<\ s-il'sh in\ lord Charles
BeresTord. lord Hugh Cec'l, Sir Ed-
ward Carson. F. R Smith. .1. H. M.
Camrbell and Ronald McNeill, al:
members of parliai icnt and prominent adherents of Mr. Bonar Law.
Off'eers of the Irish militia regiments have been warned not to tak"
part in the "training" of the Unionist rifle clubs under penalty of losing
their commissions.
AUSTRALIA SHOULD
TRUST IN ITSELE
Cadet  Leader Tells of Lessons
From  World  Tour���Anglo-
American Destiny.
Won
Perth, W. A., Sept. 9.���In the
course cf a speech delivered last evening, Lieut. J. J. Simons, of the
Young Australia League, Btated that
Australia had all the elements of a
great nation, but he thought there
was one thing they still lacked���that
was faith In their own country.
Referring to the impressions gath
ered durin gthe recent tour of th.'
Australian cadets, he said that tlie
ring of pride ln an American's voice
when he spoke of his own country,
was something worth remembering.
The great Impediment to patriotic
effort In Australia was the fact thai
when a citizen originated a big Idea
instead of devoting hls whole ener
gles to Its furtherance, he had to de
vote at least half of his time to an
swering uncharitable critics.
Lieut. Simons declared that he be
lieved the Australians comprised tin
most critical nation in the world, es
pecially their own people.   The greal
ness of Great Britain was not achieved by the uncharitable spirit so often
j displayed in Australia.
|    Tho speaker thought that Australia
should have a high commissioner   lr
the  United  States.    The  new  imper
iallsm, he believed, would  eventuallj
I take America   into   a   great partner
ship of the  English-speaking   people
The Idea   that America   would   flghi
1 Great   Britain,   which   In   scores   oi
j schools the touring party had visited
they  had    often    heard    called  "thf
mother land," was unthinkable.
|     One of the things whicli   remained
for Australia  to  do  was to disabusi
the  minds  cf  the   people   In   othei
Iand3 of  bhe  penal   settlement   idea
Take anv   encyclopaedia   in   Bnglani
or America, and the party  would al
ways find that two-thirds of the spaci
given to Australia, was devoted to tlu
era of the convict settlements. Often
during t'.ie course cf the Young Aus
tralia League travels, they had heard
the remark, "What fine lads the bo>>
are  to be descendants   of convicts."
(Laughter).
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x161,
with 20 foot lane ln uie rear, on
Newcome Road and Thirteenth Ave.,
East Burnaby. Price $550; $50 down
balance $15 per month.
Four and a half acres in Surrey,
10 miles from New Westminster and
1 mile from Sullivan Btution, B.C.E.R. I
Price $900; $100 down and balance
$10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work Guaranteed.
941 Front Street      N'-** City Market
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10, 1912.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone H  IIS. Office:  Princess St,
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868.
Room 4 Traoi Block
You can rent that room through the medium of
a classified advertisement in the Westminster
Daily News at the small cost of one cent a word.
DOMINION   LIABILITIES
SHOW   LAGE   DECRi
:ace
INDEPENDENCE WITH THE LEAST
possible  effort.    The  railroads are
pointing  out   those localities    that
will come first into prominence. At
Kort Fraaer today a man can m&ko
m  fortune   without   an   effort,  tf Ite
Yrat  taVieB   advantage   ot   U*e   many
opportunities   awaiting   him.     Send
for copy  ot the  Fort  Fraaer Newa
and learn  ot  tbe    many    business
bouses now open    and    under construction.   The government have re
cognized   the   importance    of   Kort
Fraser  by appointing Land Agents
and are now constructing a government building for the purpose. W. A.
Matheson,   secretary.    Fort  Fraser
Development  Club,   Vancouver   office, 102 Winch Building.
*Olt SALE���SMALL HOUSE. SHEDS
eoop and rhlckens, 21 fiuit treet
full bearing: lot 5. 5"xl.'12 feel, gar
den and vegetables; Ninth avenue.
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth Btreets. IMice $1350; very
easy terms.     Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMED1-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
���iHjR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per wek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
ETO RENT.
TO    RENT   ���  TWO     FURNISHED
rooma, 407 Royal avenue.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
SHOE   AND    HARNESS   BUSINESS
for sale���excellent  turnover.    Rapidly growing agricultural centre. Including three Main street lots. Store
and   dwelling.     $4200.00   buys    the
property and good will for the bus-
ness.   Stock on    valuation.   This is
a money maker.   Terms to suit pur-
|    chaser.   Good reason for selling.
FOR   RENT���NEWLY   FURNISHED  OKANAGAN ORCHARD For City pro-
eight roomed modern house.    Will I    perty���We have a five-acre orchard
give    lease.    Apply    415    Twelfth      |��� fun bearing, with house and out
Btreet between 1 and 3 p.m. buildings.    Splendid place for poul-
��� ������  ���        i. I...      try.   Owner will either sell or trade
TO RENT���ONE   LARGE   DOUBLE      for cItF property.   Price $4500.
bedroom suitable   for   two   gentle-  FOUR CHOICE ACRES on Lopez Is-
men, and one single bedroom, new-1    land.   All fenced with small house.
Stationary Arrsn.^ne.
Berlin, Sept. 9,���According to the
Tar,li8che Rundc3hau, the German
military authorities are givlne; their
attention to a newly invented aero-
"lane whieh Is capable of remaining
for a considerable time stationary in
the air. Through ingeniously constructed mecUanlsm. the new flying
machine can be arrested In its oourm-
by Its pilot at any point desired and
held motionless.
LOST.
T.OST ��� ON AGNES OR SIXTH
streets, between St. Mary's hospital and post office, a watch charm
in shape of a nut with gold monogram A. M, F. on one side. Finder
will be rewarded on leaving same
at Morey's Bookstore.
Ottawa. Ont.. Sept. 9.���The Dotnln
ion financial statement for Aligns'
shows continued evidences of gratify
ing growth In revenue.
The total for the month was $14.-
446,840, an increase of three millions
over the corresponding period last
year.
Kor the five months ended August
the aggregate was $66M2.167. an in
crease of fourteen million. Expenditures on consolidated revenue for the
five months was $85,3151,137, nn in
creawe of live millions, ln August $6.
t��53.f>S5  wns  spent.
Outlays chargeable to onnital In th"
five months totalled $8.701 167, a de
crease of $280,000. The August expenditure on capital was $4,803,811.
Between July 1 ar.d August the pub
Ito debt was decreased by $1,097,026.
The net debt Is now $.119,628,009. This
13 a decrease of eight millions ccm
pared with a year ago.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  POR   MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
Now ie the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Nanaimo Street Improvement.
portir!r^rc,LoT^^L%^e,���ri?mLydimnicd!ftteiy benemed and the d
CAPTURED NEGRO GAMBLERS
RESCUED BY FELLOW BLACKS
LOST���ABOUT 4 P.M. MONDAY,
ladv's gold watch and bow. on Columbia street, between McKenzie
and Eleventh streets. Finder rewarded on returning same to this
office.
LOST���A GOLD WATCH CHAIN
gent's, on Monday the Oth. Reward
on being returned to News office.
ly furnished;   home comforts,
ply 324 Tenth street, city.
Ap-
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone L 638.
FOR       RENT      -   HOUSEKEEPING
.Rooms.  828  Royal Avenue.
TO     RENT-FURNISHED    HOU3E-
keeping rooms.    224 Seventh street
KOR RENT���LARGE AIRY, WELL
flighted room, 30x10 feet, ln Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or muy easily be divided
Uo make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Ajpply room 0, Knights of Pythias
hall, coi ner Eighth street and Agnes
etreet.
Finest climate. Double boat ser
vice dally between Victoria and Bel
lingham. Price $750.00 cash.
CHEAP PRAIRIE FARM���100 acre*
near Cayley, Alberta. 80 acres ar<
cleared and in crop. House, larg.
stable and chicken houses. Twc
good wells. Price $40 per acre;
$2000 cash, three years for the balance.
HOUSE AND BIG LOT, Eleventh Ave
end Second street. East Burnaby
$1200. $400 cash, terms for balanc
to  suit purchaser.
CHOICE CORNER LOT on Fourtl
avenue. 85x110. $1500; one-thin
cash; 6, 12 and 18 months.
HOUSE AT EDMONDS, Two block:
from car. Lot 66x114, partly clear
ed. Dairy stable for several animals
Price $1550. Cash $.100. Easy term
for balance.
LOST���ON THURSDAY MORNING
a black pocketbook with papers of
no value except to owner, on Sixth
street between Third and Tenth
avenues. Return to 311 Fifth
avenue.   Reward $5.00.
LOST���A small leather wallet containing railway transportation and
membership cards made out to G
S. Whitaker, Calgary; also small
silver card case and memo pocket
book, believed to be lost between
Westminster and Port Mann. Finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving at Motherwell & Darling's office
New Westminster.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
f*-droom. furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FC RNISHED BOARDING
bouse.    Address Box 765 City.
*OR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
Btreet.
INVESTORS'
Real
INVESTMENT CO.
Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block,  New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
���MULDERS AND Pl.UMDERS, FOP
cement blocks, chimneys, brlcl<
laundry tubs, drain file and fire
proof, eermnronf. waterproof, san1-
tary plastic flooring, see J. W. Me
Fnllnm. Westminster Trust block.
Phones: Office 4.14; house L 885.
Bmoksville, Fla��� Sept. 0.���Eleven
negro prisoners were rescued from
three deputy sheriffs eight m'les from
here this afternoon bv a band of armed negroes who slightly wounded two
of the officers, A posse has gone ln
pursuit of the negroes and a seriou.i
yla^h is feared.
.Deputies Neal Law, Bertie and Lawrence Smith raided a turpentine still,
arrested eleven negro gamblers and
started to Brooksvllle this morning
with their prisoners. They were attacked by an armed band, of negroes
bent on rescuing the prisoners, who
were handcuffed together.
The officers, with the prisoners
soi>?ht refuge in a house and the as
sailants opened fire. Not less than u
hundred shots were fired in to the
house, the Smith brothers receivinr
charges of buckshot in their feet. The
off'eers escaped after dark and came
here to report the trouble. In the
event the negroes show debt, it Is
said that a pitched battle will result
AMERICANS ARE  BE'NG
BUTCHERED   BY   KURDC
Cn'oijto. Sent.   fl.���According   to  r
"���"C'M r-il-ilr* frritn Crmstnntl"ople tf
*��������� r ��� ������..���. p���:t.. >,>���.������. i\ii* man
������**...(. nt /���-���-hi'.Inm b" Kurd* ha
i ���-n-*,-fA T,,.n v'IHges In Ar
��� .,,,,'�� 'n-�� ht*t*v Pillaged and 28 c
��� he  ���nheb'tants  k'Hed,    Another vil
'1-.,. ).n<- *i~r*i   destroyed  b" fire.    Thi
|cci| fr-O'nr.'t'es are powerless to pro
sere order,
r~rff*l?n ennuis an
aider the crisis.
Name of Owner
Brenchley, C. D.
Purvis, Phoebe 	
Mclnnls, Edward	
Purvis, Charles  	
Purvis, Charles 	
Purvis, Charles J.	
Barrett. Mary C	
Goodwin, Alex	
Halllday, A. P 	
Kalliday. A. P	
Wllkie,  Annie        8
Mllekew, Leon     7
McKay. W. ,T     7
Belanger, Annie     7
Wilkie, Peter     6
Allen, Jane      5
Malcolm, M. B NW.pt
Brewn, Harriet  NE.pt
ci*--    -*   ����_���   ******
Resub Subd.
.N. Pt.    6 A
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
1, 2, 3,
A. "
B. "
C. "
5A
CA
Lot
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
I 1
Blk.
Sli
Sli
Sli
Sli
Sli
8 11
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SU
Sli
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8 11
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Value for   Annual
Assessm't. Payment,
City of New Westminster ".'.'.Lot 43.8x120 created by tap
2,469.77
1,600.00
1,600.00
1,600.00
1,400.00
1,409.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
2,467.02
822.34
822.34
822.34
2,467.92
2,791.80
1,237.60
1,188.90
2,090.90
21.73
18.21
18.21
1S.21
12.33
18.38
12,88
18.38
12.31!
U.33
21.��S
7.8ft ���
7.25c
7.21;
21.71$
24.57?:
10.901
10.46
17.61
329,988.12      $264.07
!        Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New West-
| minster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
I the properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually
I for thirty years set 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 Thursday, the 26th day of Sept., 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at the Councll Chamber, In tbe City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal   Council   at   least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, Ci*- Clerk.
City.Hall, September 4th, 1012.
Date of first publication  September 4th, 1912.
meeting to con
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Proposed Lane Between Mowat and Eleventh Streets.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the proportion ln which the assessment Is made on per foot frontage;
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
��� CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
"Notice is hereby given that the
Statutory Meeting of the Board of
licensed Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, Wednesday.
September llth, inst., at 10 o'clock in
.the. forenoon.
(Signed)   ARTHUR G.  MOORE,
Clerk to the Commissioners.
.JEdmonda, B.C., August 29th, 1912.
of  subdivision
In the District
Re the North half
10 of Lot 93, Group 1.
of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Title
Number 8458A, issued in the name oi
Catherine Frances Wi.se has been fi]
id fn this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration  of one month frorr
He date of the r.rst publication here
of. ln a daily newspaper published in
' ctv of New Westminster, |,Bue g
duplicate of the said certificate un-
ess in the meantime valid objection
be made to nie in writing.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
..w.i ... *.., aovtemuer flth, lflU'.
Re-S,:b-
divlsion.Subd.
8
Name cf Owner.
Trurman, W. II, and Mary E
ilngge, George   	
liarnard, Frank S	
Duncan, A. Findlay  	
Corbould, G. B	
Welsh, Daniel- (Est.)   	
Collier, Samuel 	
Wllkie, Ellen O	
Wllkie. Eileen   	
Woods, Ann ... ; 1&N^2
Howe, William G 3&SV42
Dixon, C. H. and Maggie	
Way, Josiah   	
0
10
11
4
5
(
7
8
1
3
4
5
Lot.
46,47
46,47
46,47
46,47
45
45
45
45
45
27
27
27
27
Blk.
85
S5
S5
S5
S5
85
S5
S5
85
85
S5
S5
85
Feet Annual
Front Payment.
*9-S0 $ 8.08
40.50 8.08
<��-G0 8.0/?
40.50 s.OS
*2.00 6.87
<2.00 6.87
42.00 c.87
42.00 6.87
42.00 6.87
50.40 9.71
59.40 9.71
39.60 6.47
39.60 (!47
606.0G
$99.03
A scene In "Tht
Girl, "���" Mnn  ant
Thursday  ev,
the Came,"  at  the
ing, September 12.
opera house    on
Notice ls hereby given that the Corporation of tbe City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
the properties In the schedule above mentioned tbe sums of monev annually
for thirty years set opposite each lot, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to bo made will
be held on Thursday, the 26th dav of Sept., 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, nt the Council Chamber. In the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and an/ notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at lea3t
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, September 4th.  1912.
Date of first publication September 4th, 1912. 1     . i   i vii ipp^pm
TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
V
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SCHOOL TRUSTEES       KAISER'S DREAM OE
DISPOSE OE MUCH        ORIENTAL EMPIRE
Many    New    Teachers    In    Surrey-
Water Pipe Theft���Plans fcr Additional  Euildlnno.
Colonial   Rivalry  Dating    From    Bismarck's Dismissal  is Cause of
British C-jsplclcn.
The Surrey School Board met at
Cloverdale on Saturday, and transacted a largo amount of business
which had accumulated during thu
liol.dayH. Mr. A. G. Marshall, chairman, presldea, and the otlier trustees
present were J. Kraser, E. C. Johnson, II. Dose, A. Dunsuiore and Rev.
T. H. Wright, secretary.
Trustee Fraser directed attention
to the theft of a water pipe and
"bibb" from thu Kensington Prairie
school, by some people l:i the neighborhood, whereby the school was cut
off from water and 30 children deprived of that necessity. He knew
the culprits and urged the board to
take Immediate action.
Trustee Johnson recommended
criminal proceedings and after the
trustees had expressed their righteous indignation In unqualified terms,
Trustee Fraser was Instructed to report the matter to the pollce constable and lay all the Information in
possession before him.
The subject of additional schools
for the municipality was discussed
with a view to informing Mr. F. J.
MacKenzie, their parliamentary representative. Trustee Johnson said
that their juvenile population was increasing through immigration and
other causes.
It was decided that a new two-
roomed school was wanted at Halls
Prairie, and one would be required at
White Rock next year.
lt was reported that   a section  of
the  people  on   Scott  Road   had  boon
In constant  communication   with  tti*
education  department  since the dls
continuance of the old school   there.
Their dissatisfaction   at  its   remova'
and desire for the reestablishment ol
a school for the convenience of tlieli
children had culminated  In  the reso
lution of Inspector Sullivan   to visit
the district.    He  wrote  stating tha'
he had requested the parents to meet
him  and  bring  with    them    all   the
children they  represented   as tacking
educational  facilities and  who  would
attend    the    wished-i'or   schorl.     He
would  then  satisfy himself by enumeration and report to the authorities.
Tenders  for clearing,  grading   and
burning on   the   Scott   Road   school
site, were opened and found to be as
follows:
PAOE THRBS
BOXSCMJTJ
Scout orders by Scout Master R. P.
Day, commanding First New Westminster Troop, Baden-Powell Boy
Scouts:
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
LEESLIMITED
"We  Furnish Your Home Complete.'
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Berlin, Sept. a.���Great wsrt often
emanate from purely Insignificant incidents, but   underlying the    trivial!- . .               ..      ���.    ,   .
i.            . ,       .     n    a I ^ew Westminster,
ties are usually great issues.    Read Sept. 9, 1912
ing some of the letters of Count Ca- | The troop will parade at the Drill
prlvl,  just  now   being   prepared   for I "B" ��" Wednesday next, Sept. 11, at
publication, one is able to gauge,
to a certain extent at least, the throb
1 bing depths beneuth the drama now
being played at London and Berlin.
A desperate colonial rivalry is at the
very bottom of the suspicion manifested at almost every turn of Anglo-
Saxon diplomacy. When, ln 1830, tbe
Emperor William dismissed Bismarck and called Count Caprlvl to the
chancellorship of the empire, this rivalry and enmity began. Curiously
enough the pivotal point, then as non
lay In the Far East.
William saw little opportunity in
the African possessions, since considerably extended, but like Napoleon
in the East he dreamed of a second
empire. That was one of the reasons
why he was so eager to seize the op
portunity of parading the Teutonic
might during the Boxer expedition by
dexterously managing so that a Ger
man officer of the flrst rank, Fleld
Marshal von Waldersee, should be
in command of the allies.
The friendship cultivated by Bismarck was Ignored. Germany's ambassadors were specially Instructed to
keep sleepless watch upon every
move made by Great Britain likely to
interfere with the Oriental aims of
the kaiser. Unfortunately, events sc
shaped   themselves  that   both   Euro
7:30 p.m. prompt.   Dress, drill order.
Orderly Bugler for tiie week ending
Sept. 18, Corporal Bugler Don Trapp
By Order,
(Signed). F. J. SIMPSON,
Adjutant.
FIENDISH ATTEMPT
TO WRECK EXPRESS
Train Passes Safely Over Big Charge
of  Dynamite  Prepared for
Its Ruin.
Our Dry Goods Department
Claims Your Attention
OffiJSST w6Ldid A880rtment of Worthy Materials
urrered We have spared no pains to make selections
second to none that you may see in the west.
pean nations were relegated to a rela ( "J*;
Portland, Ore., Sept. 9.���The Oregon and California express of the
Southern Pacific system, which arrived here this morning, narrowly escaped a disastrous wreck near Gervais, a station forty miles south of
this city. A trackwalker, who was
following just after the train, discov
ered 27 sticks of dynamite, some ol
the sticks capped and connected with
T. H. uartln, Strawberry Hill     st-,
W. M. Rley   |*IJJg
3, M.  Haslam     *\n
j- B���� ..���:.:::.t��S
The chairman considered the estimate too high and the mntter of get-
ting the work done at a cheaper rate
was left In hla hands.
It was resolved to hh-�� an additional teacher for Cloverdale school
and the secretary waB Instructed to
communicate with Inspector Sullivan
on the Bubject.
Mr. It. .1. Anton, secretary of the
Farmers' Institute. Strawberry Hill,
wrote requesting payment of three
months rent for the use of tho Institute hall, for school purposes by the
board.
It "as explained that owing to a
squabble as to the true ownership n[
the hall the rent had been retained
Tbe secretary was Instructed to pav
the rent as soon as he was satisfied
as to the true ownership.
A letter f>-oin the Superintendent nf
Education. Victoria, as to tlle legality
of the conveyance of Clayton scliool
to the board was read. It stated that
lf the board had peaceful possession
and the description of the school site
was marked off in the deed In "meets
and bounds," they were In a position
to hold the site against all persons
claiming it. .The letter waa received
with great satisfaction.
The secretary was appointed to represent the board at the ninth annual
convention of School Trustees, to be
held at Kamloops, on the 24th, 25th
and 26th inst.
The secretary submitted the names
of the new teaching staff ln the employment of the trustees, which were
as follows:
Division I.
Cloverdale���Mlss   A. J.  McDougall.
Division II.
Cloverdale���MlBS    Gladys   Whitley.
Halls  Pralrle���Mlis Olive  M.  Rog-
ers.
Hjorth Road���Mlss J. Smith.
Johnston Road -Miss II. J. Evans.
East Kensington--Mlss Arabella M.
Bate.
Kensington     Pralrle���Mrs.    M.   H.
Masters.
Mlrd Bay���Mrs. S. E. Parton.
Scott Road���Mlss Berenlci Cook.
Springdale���Mlss     Gertrude      Dia
mond.
Surrey Centre���Mlss Alma Rowa.
Tynehead���Miss Laura G. Davis.
White Rock���Miss Annie B. Mitchell.
Division I.
Brownsville���Mlss A. Stewart.
Division II.
Brownsville���Mlss Christine Crib-
bin.
Clayton���Mlss M. MacGllllvray.
SOCIALIST HOT SHOT FOR
PROGRESSIVE    LEADER
tlvely minor position In the shaping
of the future of Asia. But the dream
remained, and with the falling of thp
Manchus the playing of the cards was
hurried.
William Is Watching.
The editor of the Caprlvl corre
spondence seems to credit William 11.
with little confidence in the capac'tv
of the Chinese Republicans to withstand the pressure from without and
within.
According to his view the kaiser if
watching, waiting for the moment
when China will appeal for help anO
���* blow will have to be struck to save
China.
"Then." says the BoBwell of Ca
pr'vj. "Germany's chance will come
and Japan will find. Instead of a Vladimir or Kuropatkln, with raw, untrained mutinous troops. Gift skilled mar
shals of the fatherland to face, back-
Od by clouds of tempered K-upp steel
and a soldiery as indomitable as unfaltering as the legions of .Vogi and
Kuroki."
RUSSIAN MUTINEERS
EIGHT WITH TROOPS
The train had passed over the explosive, but for some reason the dynamite failed to explode. Detectives
from this city and Salem were despatched to the scene as soon as
word reached headquarters in this
city, but lu spite of an all-day search
for the miscreants who placed the
dynamite, no arrests have been made
so far as known.
Railroad officials in Portland are
very secretive, and will not mske
public any cf the details save the
main facts of the attempted wrecking of the express.
1912
Will be
a
Serge
Year
- Leading fashions
authorities unite in
declaring thatSerge
will be the mom po-
pular��uitingmater-
tals of the Spring
season.
Provincial    Archives.
Kamloops,  Sept.  9.���During  his recent trip to the interior in search of
material  proper to be   added   to the
provincial archives. E. O. Scholefield
the    archivist, had some    interesting
experiences   and   gathered    considerable Information that will be of value
to the future historian of British Col- j
umbia.
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Chief of our
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ur
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SHOWING YOU THROUGH
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Three   Hundred   Killed and   Wounded
Before  Rebels Cm-render���Rua-
sia   Suppresses   News.
St. Petersburg, Sept 9.���The proc
tarnation of martial law at Sebastopol
on account of mutinies in the Hlack
Sea und Baltic fleets and the arrest
of the naval judge advocate lias called forth a naval order from the minister of murine in which he expresses
deep regret for the necessity for such
a step.
"The Russian navy," he says, "is
passing through a historical period.
The emperor's will has summoned it
to new l.fe and the popular represen- j
tatives have given lt their confidence
.ind abundant resources. The emperor's wlll now calls lt to its duty toward traitors and to those who have
been deceitful. No pardon is possible.
"1 he emperor was pained to learn
that the seed of disorder had sprouted up in the navy, so dear to him, but
yet the contagion has spread to only
a few ships, I am happy to communicate the Imperial thanks to those
crews which have been conscientious
ly doing their duty."
Berlin. Sept. 9.���One hundred per
sons met death aud 200 others were
wounded in a battle between a mutinous battalion of Russian engineers
and a regiment ot the czar's infantry,
according to messages received here
today from St. Petersburg. The location of the lighting ls nol given. The
mutineers surrendered after a desperate clash. Beyond declaring a proclamation of martial law has been issued and the statement that the mutiny has spread to bbt a tew ships
the Russian government la suppress-
liiK details of the naval mutiny at Sebastopol.
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Blsbe$, Ariz., Sept. 9.���"Roosevelt
has never been a friend to thc people
except when he had his camera and
squad of press agents close by," said
Eugene V. Debs In an address to a
large crowd at Warren Park today.
"To make It appear that he Is u
friend of the people," continued the
Socialist standard bearer, "he has his
picture taken among and with the
lowly and written up by his press
agents."
Debs devoted most ot his speech to
denunc'atlon of Roosevelt and Taft
and hls only reference to Woodrow
Wilson was that Ills party was controlled by the capitalist class.
IRELAND IS BETWEEN
DEVIL  ANO   DEEP   CEA
Nelson, B. C��� Sept. 9.���Whether
Home Rule passes or not, Ireland
facea a gloomy future, according to
Alfred St. Qeorge Hamersley, K. C,
M. P. for the Woodstock division ol
Oxford, England, who is here tonight
en route to Vancouver.
If the bill passes, Ulster certainly
wlll light, while If the bill is killed,
a condition little better than anarchy
wlll break out In the aouth, where a
wild element is being kept down by
the leaders of secret societies,  ���
lf the bill becomes law, and Ulster
make the armed reslstence which he
considers inevitable, ho declares the
English army will not attack the rebels. The officers would resign their
commissions lf ordered to attack the
Ulsterltes, he asserts.
Twelve years ago, Mr. Hamersley
was city solicitor In Vancouver.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
tra*
Published   every   morning   except,
Sunday by The National Printiag and j
Publishing Co., Ltd.. at tbeir ofllce.)
��3   McKeMie  SUtMt,  New  Westmlnater, B. C.   '
ROBERT H. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
Business OfTice   9*9
��ditorial Officer.  9��
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 Ior three
���months, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 P��   year,   ���   "���* l
month.    Va f UV';
that the Trades aud Labor council be
notified.
Mr. D. E. MacKenzie reported the
total receipts of the market for Aug-
just at 3275.80.    Of this $176.20 was
i from commissions and    $85,55   from
stall rents.
The poundkeeper reported the total
collections for the month of August
at $67.45. Forty-five dollars ot this
I sum was from the sale of dog tags.
I Three dogs were impounded and one
horse.    Another horse was  sold  for
BORDEN RECEIVES |Mis8 Cave-Browne-Cave
EIMHMTE WELCOME
L. R. A. M.;  A. R. C. M.
26c   per
Capital City    Is    Enthusiastic���Crsat
Interest In Forthcoming Pronouncements.
Teacher of Pianoforte,
Ing, Theory, Harmony,
and Musical   Form,
Violin, Sing-
Counterpoint
  Ottawa,   Sept.   9.���The   series    ot
G. Rennie, chief operator of the I <|lvlc welcomes  which  Premier   Bor-
.     , .._,..__    ^j iV_���   nio[Aen has been receiving had their cji-
Ottawa turned   out
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
SOW MORE SEED.
A wheat field bears much the same
appearand'^tlsrTt baa been sown as
it did befoefe tiie seed was put beneath the eoRr Bnt money and time
and expert labor has boen expended
on it and after a time results are
brought about.
Thus ls It .yrlth publicity. Two
"Westminster gentlemen have just returned from tho prairies bearing with
them eviden^es/i* the printed page
that a large measure of attention was
paid to their' "aeed-sowing"���their
proclaiming of the advantages that
this port possesses as a site for pri
vate or puMhrtyowned elevators.
The money expended by the city
.-and the Progressive Association has
been well 'Iai'3 but, for, although the
visit of Messrs. Darling and Myers
was  too soon,for
definite announcements as   to   what
the farmers intend to do, it was not
too soon to be of the greatest value
in educating public opinion as to the
.advantages Westminster has to offer
It may be some time before private
or public enterprise engineered from
the prairies is visible on the coast ir.
- the shape of elevators, but it must b"
remembered that the price of land ie
on the upward-trend and it might b"
thought advisable to acquire sites a'
this stage of the proceeding?.
We have sown good seed, and thc
ne.vt move,would seem to bo to ap
proach the grain commission and tc
show    that"'*bddy    that Westininster
possesses'  advantages    with    whicii
other pointiLPO the coast cannot compete.    We know it,  but that is not
enough.    We want everyone to know
it.   Therein lies the value and scope
of publicity.   Good nrfno needs a slgr.
in these degenerate days.
What may be called the provincial
$20.
Lulu island bridge, reported that 348
boats had passed through the draw
span of the bridge during August.
Just previous to the adjournment
of the meeting Alderman Dodd gave
notice that he would introduce - a
trade license by-law at the next regular meeting of the Council.
STRING MORE WIRES
IN THE OKANAGAN
Telephone    Company     Proposes
Spend Further $200,000���Annual
Inspection  Made.
to
Vernon, Sept. 9.��� The annual Inspection of the Okanagan Telephone
company has been made during the
past week by Mr. J. J. Jones, of Ne.v
Westminster, president of the company, who was accompanied by Capt.
Robert Fenton,   a   prominent   stock-
the attainment of  holder.    With them was Mr.   George
tne attainrnt-Bi        e   ^.^ manager of the company at
Vernon. The party went over thc
ground where the new pole line is being built from Vernon to Penticton at
a cost of nearly $5(1,000.
Mr.   Jones   was  authority  for    the
' statement that an additional $200,000
was being spent by the company    in
Improving ita r'ac- in the vioitilty ol
I the lake which would brthg the tota'
1 expenditure up to $ap0,0U0.
The company is also faying a s>b
marine coble from the park at Kel
I owna to Wonrbark which is at tm
prestot time out oil' from t'ie outside
world as far ns telephones go.
Mr. Jene.3 is on his way to Montrea!
wbere he will feet his family, who
have been touring the old country
ind bring them back to New West
minster.
Asked as to h:s impress'ens of tho
valley.  Mr. .lores sa'd:    "We are delighted with    the   trip,    though    the
weather has    not   been    up    to    the
I Okanagan    standard.      The    business
men show a very    progreq-vve    siiri*
I everywhere and we saw sign? of pros-
I perlty    and    rapid    development    all
' along the line.    Every man fairly believes that his own town Is the best
..���.,��� j on earth,  and  we do not. wonder at
ism of the Various parU of our great the enoOTOium 0( sir William. Wilcox
Do��iin\o* \��i * -tti!��K mast to bo won l that it TSden hnd not happtfhc^l to''be
dereil at.    H��rs on ttn cout we thlsli I tn  Babytonta   U   would  bave   been   tn
ot     Edmonton     u     Kdmonton.     Ws   *�� Okanagan."	
know that Strathcona Is there, "but I
when we ffMla know aught ot Nor
thern Alberta it is to Edmonton thai
our thoughtsrare directed. So it is
with Winnipeg and SL Boniface, and
.so too do the people away from the
coast look upon Vancouver and Went
minster.'
That these .conditions e::ist i:s all
we have to consider at present, and
recognizing this our best interest lies
in making purgeAves known as West
minster. W* need publicity, and mors
publicity, -and-again more publicity,
and in this manner only may we
hope to reap the goldon harvest that
shall come from our initial seed sow-
max today when _
ai noon to greet the Premier. In
size and elaborateness, the reception
was not be compared with Montreal's
demonstration, but in warmth and enthusiasm It probably exceeded it. The
Pfeniler arrived in Ottawa at a lata
hour15 Saturday night ' ftnd attended
Christ Church Cathedral quietly yesterday morning. Today he was given
a civic welcome. Thousands itned tlw
streets as he was driven at noon from
his home on Kurtemburg street to the
City Hall.
Mayor Hopewell read the civic address which was briefly replied to by
the Premier. At the close of the civic
welcome, Premier Borden was driven
to Lansdowne Park where he was the
attest of the directors of the Ottawa
fair and afterwards he formally opened the Dominion exhibition.
The big banquet tonight at the
Chateau Laurier promises to be a
noteworthy affair and members of
Parliament from Ontario, Quebec and
the maritime provinces are pouring in
to attend. A big delegation arrived
from Halifax fair on Wednesday.
All the ministers except Colonel
Sam Hughes will be present at the
banquet. While the Premier's speecli
is looked forward to with considerable interest, it has beta officially intimated that there will be no announcement in regard to the naval
auestion.
The first cabinet meeting of prominence will probably not be held until
the Premier's return from Halifay
The big outstanding question is of
course the naval pclicy, but until fur
ther information arrives from Eng
lad, as staled by the Premier, thf
subject can only h-i informally dis
-���S3ed by the Mbfnrti However
���here is nlenty of leg'siation to consider and a number cf important an
leuncements to make.
TERM BEGINS SEPT. 2nd.
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PRECAUTIONS FOI
lEALTB OF CITY
'*'.f��_
(Continued from page one)
the evince was nol sufficient to
convict Mr. Sprague. The letter was
referred toHhe finance committee.
Water Extensions.
On the. .recommendation of the
water works 'committee it was decided to extend the water main on
Tenth avenue, weat of Second street.
at the cost dr $200; to lay a three
inch wooden main on Seventh avenue
from Kourth to, Fifth streets at lh��
cost of JIB'). The tender ot the Canadian Bo.vlpe company for 400 feet of
sixteen inch steel pipe at $2.5S per
foot was accepted, Uie offer beinp; the
lowest received. The water committee aUo reported tbat the three leaks
on the mains supplying Richmond
with watef! ji$d bejn repaired, but
that two new - ..leaks had since occurred.     . rt? v
A petition for a aidewalk on th^
west side of Glair avenue, between
Hospital and Sherbrook streets, and
a request for a sidewalk on the south
side of Edinburgh were referred to
the board of works.
Several applications for the position
of driver of the new combination
pollce patrol were received at the
meeting and filed for further reference. The applicants were Aeuber
De Fries, W. Guttridge, .1. C. McNay
and Percy Klnee. A letter was received from the Kraser Valley Motor
company stating that the new
machine would be ready on September 12. and Jl condition for a demonstration If one was necessary. The
communitytion was filed.
Came  to Time.
Acting Mayor Gray reported that
the contractors of the new hospital
building had signified their Intention
of carrying out tbe labor provisions
in   their ..contract  and  recommended
IKIlSESTWUi USE
IN COUNTY COURT
(Contlnuea rrom page one)
fer any part of the 18 acres claimed
by Mr. Corbould. Tlie railway company was exempt from taxation for
a number of years, but afterwards it
had always paid ta.ves upon the whole
24 acres. Mr. Cerbnild had been
assessed four years previous to 1911,
for the Bame amount as this year, and
never complained before. Mr. Cor-
could's registered title was the same
as the description of the land he, witness, had supplied to him, but Mr.
Corbould knew tbat he had not got
the railway land. Mr. Corbould claimed under the description of the land
sold to him and registered In the land
office.
In dismissing the appeal Judge
Howay said, in the first place, the
right of way of the railway was not
necessarily confined to 100 feet In
width, ar.d that the exception ln the
certificate of title would cover the
whole of the land owned by the railway company in this section, also
that although the exception indorsed
on the back of Mr. Corbould's tltl>
would preserve the rights of the railway company in a case of this kind,
it might ho argued that there was
some mistake in the description of
the land mentioned in the certificate
of title.
Mr. J. fl. Grant appeared for Mr.
Corbould.
Mr. A. II. MacNeill, K.C, and Mr
W. O. McQuarrie represented Surrey
municipality.
ROUTE TO CARIBOO
���|	
Bridges Are Now in Good Order    to
Lillooet���P. 0. E. Plans.
All the roadj and bridges on the
DouglftS portage to the Cariboo country have, this summer, been renewed
and rebuilt by the government with
the exception of one bridge across the
Lillooet. which, however, will be be-
SUD this week, lhe route is now ln
a very passable condition.
One lumber company has a logging
outHt on Spring creek east of Tep-
pela.
The Connolly Hydraulic company,
which was operating for gold in this
district last winter, expect to resume
work this fall at the 25-Mile creek.
Captain Johnston, of Messrs. Foley,
Welch & Stewart, the great railway
contractors, passed through the
Lillooet, Douglas and Harrison Lak"
last week from Fort George. His
visit and inquiries regarding transport facilities are interpreted to mean
that, if possible, a portion of the supplies for the Pacific Oreat Eastern
railway will be hauled over this
route.
Duke's   Party   May   Return   to   Ghost
River   From   Banff���Princess
Patricia.
Cochrane,   Alta.,   Sept.   9.���Instead
of going under canvas at the   camp
prepared   on   Ghoat    river,   seventeen
nlltas trom here, the Royal party will
go on to Banff thta afternoon. Captain
Bulkeley,  aide-de-camp,   rode   over   In
the rain yesterday  to the  camp and
the report he brought back ln regar'l
to the road3 and the condit'ona at the
camp,  as    the  result of  the    heavj
downpour which  set 1n on   Saturda>
evening, was such that it was judged
best to forego, for the present at leas
the Intended sojourn in the tents.
Their royal highnesses, especially
Princess Patricia, are greatly disap
pointed. The detachment of Royal
Northwest Mounted Police, under thr
command of Inspector Duffus, is remaining at the camp, and If the
weather permits, the Royal party will
return here from JJanff tomorrow and
go out to the camp for a couple of
days' speckled trout fishing and duck
shooting.
Yesterday afternoon, after the rain
ceased, the Duke and Princess Patricia, accompanied by the aides-de
camp, went out riding. Finding the
roads heavy they went across conn-
try. The Princess Patricia rode for
the first time in a Mexican saddle
such as was used by the oow girls, a!
the stampede, and showed herself an
accomplished horsewoman. The riding party was out an hour and a
half.
Buys a
I7i\f-'   -^Modern
S^en Room fflouse on
Cpfner Lot on~Edmonds
Road,   Price $3700.
RUTLEDGE- SAUNDERS
BROKERAGE CO.
Room 6, Trapp Block Phone 702
FOR SALE
Going at less than Half Price, a lo*
of new high class FURNITURE, con
sisting of quartered oak, Bird's eyr
maple and mahogany parlcr and bed
room articles and several beautiful
art aquares. Also a new Gourley
Piano. Must be sold as the owner ir
leaving city. Call 527 Fifth street or
phone L841.
TKE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LAFGEST LIST OF
WATERFRONTAGE
ACREAGE and LOIS
CONDUCTOR KILLED
LEANING FROM TRAIN
Alfred   Penzer   Leaves  Large   Family
and   Was  Most  Popular  In
C. P. R. Service.
Revelstoke, Sopt. 9.���-Alfred Penzer,
passenger conductor, running be
tween Kamloops and Field, was kill
ed at 4 o'clock yesterday morning on
duty at a point one mile wost of Oot
den. Me was on an eastbound train.
No. 4.
Upon report by the brakeman that
colonist car No. 2351 was on flre un
derneath, he leaned out from the enr
steps to ascertain the cause. His
head came In contact with the extreme wing of the cattleguard at thf
crossing point and death was instan
taneous. The train was running about
twenty miles an hour at the time ol
the accident and the post where hit
head struck was three feet bIx incliei-
from Inside the rail and six feet high
The deceased was the old passen
ger conductor on the British Colum
bia division, having entered the ser
vice In July, 1887. He was promoted
to the position of freight conductor In
December, 1889, and to a passenger
train In August, 1S97.
lie was 50 years of age and leave*
a wife and a large family In Kam
loops. The remains were brought to
Golden on a li,i<hl engine Immediately
after the accident, and, after the Inquest, will be taken to Kamloops for
burial.    .
CHEAPER THAN OTHER FIRM'S SALE  PRICE8.
Special for Today
Ladles' Oxford and High Boots, Value lo $4.00, for  $1.45
Gents' $3.50 Dress and Work Boots, for $1.95
Girls' School  Boots, for ', .'$1.35
Boys' School Boots, for $1.35
LECKIE'S  BOOT8  FOR SCHOOL, RANCH, FARM AND LOGGERS.
ALL KINDS.
Depot for the Famous K Boots
A  $20,000 Stock to  Select Prom
MONEY
���TO   LOAN
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
ON IMPROVED PROPERTY
No. 52���Two and one-half acres on Austin road, close to Nonh rosd.
Price $2400; $800 cash, balance 6. 12 and 18 months.
No. 455���Eight roomed house, cement block, basement, furnace, all
complete, In west end, close to car, between Fifth and Sixth avenue.
$5000;   $1000 cash.   Terms for balance.
No. 365���Five roomed house, bath and toilet, east end.
cash, balance $25 per month.
$2800, $250
No. 192���One lot on London street, size 49.6x130.
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
$1000; one-quarter
No. 30���One lot on Eighth avenue, 50x120.
cash, balance 6, 12 and  IS months.
Price $950;    one-quarter
ThePeoplesTrustCal?
451 Columbia Street
PAY CASH, IT WILL  PAY  YOU
TUESDAY
SPECIALS
No. 1 Bacon, per lb.
Two Cans Tomatoes
Two Tins Soda Biscuits
Three 16-oz. Packages Raisins for
Bottled Vinegar, reg. 2 for 25c, today 3 for
Rice, No. 1, 4 lbs. for
Preserving Peaches, per crate
25c
25c
45c
25c
25c
25c
90c
Our 14 lb. Boxes of Butter at $4.50 cannot be excelled.
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Bullen's Cakes, best on the market,  sold everywhere at
"  - -      25c
25c
20c
35c
35c per lb.   We sell them for, per lb.
Dill Pickles, per dozen
Sweet Mixed Pickle?, per pint     ��
Bulk Olives, per pint
Now Cheese of All Kinds Fresh Daily.
The Public Supply Stores
��� 'til
L. L. ADAMS.
CASH GROCER
33 8th Street      "THE WHITE FRONT'
S. K. lllllfidS.
Phone 2 i^^SW^^p
mmnsiii     H>ii
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
WE3TBDNSTEB DAILT NEWS
���
���
BASEBALL.
Northwestern League^
At Vancouver- TO. H. E
Vancouver 3   6   '.
���Tocowa   1 12    2
Batteries: Willis and Lewis; Crlger
and l.alonge.
At  Seattle��� It. H.E
Seattle 8   8   0
Victoria   0   3   2
Batteriea: Fullerton and Whaling;
McCreery and Meek.
At Portland��� R. H. E.
Spokane    2   6    1
Portland 3   6   0
BatterleC Toner and DeVogt;
Bloomfleld and Harris.
taking every chance to show their authority where tlieir guiding hand li
not needed. We appear to need an
Uhlatlo house-cleaning, which will
leave the governing athletic body a
truly representative affair.
HOCKEY DEVELOPMENTS
N.
National League.
At New York���
Brooklyn 	
New  York   	
Batteries:     Rucker   and
Tesreau and Wilson.
Seoofid game��� ^^^^^
Brooklyn  2   7
New York   7 14
Batteries:     Curtis.   Ragon  and  Er
win; Mathewson and Wilson, Hartley
R. H. E
1 5    0
2 6    3
Miller;
R. H. E.
0
H. A. to Swell Its Ranks���Commission  to  be  Formed.
Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 9.���The N. H.
A., despite threatened opposition
.'rom a new hockey league, are preparing to branch out and swell thei:
ranks by the inclusion of four other
clubs, these clubs to form anothei
section of the big pro-hockey body
in the west.
The new western section composed
of North Hay, the Soo, Port Arthur
ind possibly Halleybury, will play ofl
with the eastern section at the end
of  the  season.
Incidentally It Is announced that a
hockey commission will be formed
ind this commlss'on will regulate al!
hockey  matters In  the Dominion,
"Tke Best In Tke West"
New Westminster, B. C.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
*****
QUEENS PARK
OCT. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1912
tA
I
McFarland and wolgast
will not  fight
$60,000 IN PRIZES ANO ATTRACTIONS $60,000
Largest and Best Agricultural, Horticultural and
Floricultural Exhibition in Western Canada.
III    I     ,J
I
2nd. ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
SPECIAL   PRIZES FOR   HORSES, CATTLE,  SHEEP, SWINE  AND
POULTRY.
HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS, WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE, PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC EVENTS,
SCOTTISH GAMES AND AN ABUNDANCE OF FIRST CLASS
MUSIC.
T. J. TRAP?
PRESIDENT.
Exhibition Game.
A t  Toronto��� R. H. E.
Philadelphia Americans   0   5   3
Torr nto   3    6    2
Batteries:    C'ovalesl.l, Houck, Coom
Batteries:        Oovalyski,        Houck,
Cootnbl and Thomas;   Drucke, Kent,
Oaha::i and Bemls.
RUGBY  MEN TO HOLD
BIG PRACTICE TOMORROW
Tbe first full practice of the West-
minster Rugby club is called for tomorrow, Wednesday evening, at
Moody park. While the players have
been putting in some practice during
t'.ie past two weeks nothing has been
attempted In tlie way of a practice
p;:me. Every member and would-be
member of the squad is requested to
be on deck at 4:30 o'clock, or as soon
as he ran get there up to dusk, thc
Invitation extending to all.
It Is altogether probable that a
practice game with a scratch team
from tbe Y. M. C. A. will be pulled off
next Saturday afternoon, but this as
yet has to be arranged.    The time l��
New York, Sept. 9.���Although no
definite announcement has been mad-
of the management of the Garden
Athletic Club that the bout between
Packey McFarland and Ad Wolgast,
scheduled for this city on Sept. 25, Is
off, It is generally understood by followers of the sport that the fight will
not take place. The demand of Wolgast for more money after his failure to dispose of his share of the
moving picture privileges, has noi
been met by the club, and will not
be met. Neither is It expected that
Wolgast will come here for the 515.-
000 which the club will give him.
Freddie Welsh, the English lightweight, who lost the title to Matt
Wells last year, has arrived in N?w
York and has announced his willing
ness to take Wolgast's place.
"ONE   ROUND"  HOSAN
IC   NOW   MISNOMER
San Francisco, Cal.. Sept. 9.���In a
���"ontest rharacteri7fd bv y-eil game
ness on the part or the d"f->ated man
"rank Mum*, of Oakland eliminated
"One Round" Hogan In Sin Franc's
oo as a lightweight possib'lity bv
knocking hlm ont in the t'"ith round
getting short when  the teams cf the j of \hp f"M,t todav     A��� eariy  ��� tn(
league will be seen Ip action agalnsl ; ,hiri r0llI,d ,Jllpn, nr0VP(1 hhnteM Ho
each ether and Secretary Edmcndt isi
deslro.ua of making a good showing In
the first match of the series.
Senior Amateur* Rally.
A  meeting of th?  Senior    Amateur
lacrosse team ls    called    for    Tr'di-
evening of this wee1', tho place to b"
<*pr gnated   later.    This   will  be
fir>31 meeting of the year, and a
attendance is desired.
Y.M.C.A.   SPOHT   NOTE:-.
-an'a master, send ng h'n,
four times in this round.
to the mai
Fr*n.-e  WH*  Aviation  Tr~->hv.
rhlcngo,  Sent.  9.���.Ttiles    Vedrines
<*t France, was off'clallv declari-d th-
wlnn��r of the .Tames Gordon  Bennett
, av'at'.cn tronby  today.    Only  French
; ,, 1 men competed.
full I
D. E. MACKENZIE
MANAGER-SECRETARY
Box 311 New Westminster, B. C.
Builders
Contractors
Let us flgure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
Mills at Vancouver.
TELEPHONE 904.
New Westminster and
Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
74x50, with upstair   offices, secretary
manager's room and the board room.
The cost, so far, has boen $1650
and the work has been e. ecuted to
the satisfaction cf the society by the
lecal contractors, Tarves and Barton,
carpenters, and Sam Murcliison,
painter.
The old hall adjoining will be used
as the poultry building and about 12u
coops have been installed preparatory
to the annual show which is to be
held this year on the 24th inst.
Surrey, which was wout to carry oft j joining car line,
the ctalct honors In the district extylb'.-1 �� ���*
���i****  at  tho  great   Now  Weatmlnster 1
Two Bargains
WE   HAVE   FOR   QUICK   SALE
66 foot lot, cleared, on Kemp street,
near corner of Mary avenue.
50 foot lot on Fifteenth avenue ad-1
The Harrlen will j-pr-t tonight at
tl n. m. Itnror'ant bns'ness will b��
transacted. Every Harrier should attend.
The Senior Leaders Corps will meet
tonight  at  7 p. m.
A meeting of all the cltv clubs iu
inr'sted in Indoor baseball and has-
k^tball ls boing called for Thur^dav
at 8 p.m. In the Y. M. C. A. Each
cl-.b Is requested to Bend as many
delegates as possible to the meeting
The n. C. swimming championships
to be run oft next Saturday are open
in all amateur swimmers. The events
are 50 yards senior and 50
yards junior. The eventa
held in the Y. M. C. A. natatorlum.
BIG FOUR LEADERS APE
NOT COMING OUT WEST
9.���The Toronto la-
Victoria Yacht Lost.
Snn Francisco. Seot. 9.���Masters of
essels sailing north  from  this   riort
! todav  were asked   to   keen   a close
wa��ch   fcr  the   88-ftfot   yacht   Drift
wh'ch Is overdue bere from Victor'a
The  Drift  left  Victoria Aug. 25. with
three    British   Col'imbK    sorrtsraen
whose  names  ccild   not   be  leamgd
here, on board.    The boat is without
power,   and    it    Is   f��ared   tbat    the
tyueb   weather,   vhich   has    caused
trnnbl?  to coastwise  vp?aels   In   the
la��t few weeks, may have been   fatal
to the craft.
and
will
100
be
crosse   team,
Toronto, Sept. ,.    	
champions  of  the  Big
 .^^^^ _   to the coast
after the Minto Cup. This Is the fln-
11 decision of the club management
<!n ten of thl3 comes the information
that the proposed trip of an all-star
t'-vm to the roast Is also declared
off, Jimmy Murphy who was look-
i'g u"t the latter team, cannot spare
the   time   from   business.
Msy Surprise Them.
Few think that Cornwnll have even
:"i oi-tHlde chance to lift the **'�������
Cun from New Woj^^^^^^^^^^^^
tcryone In the East will wish them
-air/will  nol  send   an  exhibit    thl��\*j
/ear; and will confine Its agricultural 1   '
energies to the local exhibition.    Bn-l
tries  aro   coming   (ast   and   Mr. H. 1
Bose,  the   energetic   secretary,   pro- \
phecles    an    exceptionally big    show
this year.
lt is expected that the Hon. Price
Ellison  will   formally open   the new
hall on the 24th inst.
EASY  .TERMS.
f \
Minto
*\Vo9tmln*ter. although
��'\eryone In tho ����-���>���  ���----���. _ 4��� th���
good luck In thel^pedWtan to the
sunset coast In selhh of the trophy.
A.  that, the Colts may spring i.sur
nrlse out In Westminster, wlw��
belter than the much-heralded_Toron
,���..     The   Factory Town   team  are
heaw and rugged, while the. Toron
tos   are   unusually light.   Experience
Ins taiRht that a heavy "*"**��
loan  Is needed to win   at Westm n
8t <r    Then, on thn sloping Westmtn-
field a good fleld ����� �������*��� "J
I,  iH m just this snot that the Cots
,-e strr��?.   It would be no surprise
if thf Cr-nwall mam ���ada���,\wiE
.hewing at the coast than will the T��
rentes, proyldlng the blue shirts re,
over from'their attack �����* ���� �������
ar.d take the trlp.-Ottawa Journal.
After the A. A. U.
._,, v'oward Is out with the statement that he will never again run
r.r.der the A. A. TJ. of C. And. from
a-counts of &* ���rln related by an outsider who wa. Hth the tenm no one
can blame him. This A. A, U. ol C. Sp
penr3 to bo an athletic trust and a
mighty close corporation at the sarno
t'me. For long It has been opeul.
hinted that many of the white-haired
hogs enrolled ln thetr ranks are out
ana out pros., who run mostlv for tho
coin, while the A. A. U. delight
In the new show which opened at
the Royal theatre last night the
vaudeville acts are all excellent, and
the three reel photo-play depictln?
the life of David Copperfleld is a
masterpiece of Its kind. This sam
picture has created a great succs* lr
London, and has been everywhere reviewed by the press and public wit'.
lavish praise.
Davey, DeMusey and Oetsy ar*
three young entcrtaluers who know
how to make a big hit with thr
audience. They were recalled time
and again until their repertoire ap
peared to be evhauated. It la very
seldom that three such versatile
young men are seen ln vaudeville.
Eddie and Deda Davis sing sons?
and also dance. Mlss Davis has a re
markable baritone voice and singf
songs that are suited , to ber. Mr
Davis' eccentric dance caused an up
roar and consequently he had to re
spond to many rncores.
There Is one very mystifying act on
the program, that of l.etellier, hand
cuff expert and magician. One ot the
best feats accomplished bv htm U
that ot getting out of a straight-Jacket
without lying on the floor, as df.
most performers i who attempt similar feats.
A good wholesome comedv competed one of the best shows ever pre
sented In this popular "******��>*'.*
street theatre.
THEATRE
SPECIAL
MONDAY ANO TUESDAY
~NICK CARTER
WORLD'S   GREATEST   DETECTIVE
VERSUS
ZIGOMAS
WORLD'S MASTER CRIMINAL
The most astounding and facinat-
Ing films ever produced, showing the
strategy used by these two great
intnds, each trying to defeat the other
See for yourself who wins.
VITAGRAPH
The Black Sheep
DIIAMA
SELIG
in
Columbia
The Pennant Puzzle
An original baseball comedy ln
vhich over five hundred editors and
members of the National Press As
sociation tako part.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY AFTER
NOONS, DOUBLE PROGRAM.
WARNER, BANGS & CO.f
PHONE, 1024.
Coldicott Blk.   East Burnaby
ssgsm. ii
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
THREE   DAYS   STARTING
MONDAY, SEPT. 9.
THE GREAT
THREE-REEL
PHOTO-PLAY
David
Copperfleld
Dramltlaed from Charles
Dickens' Story of the Same
Name.
DAVEY, DEMUSEY
andGETSEY
3���REAI���3
ENTERTAINERS
Singing,   Dancing,    Comedy
and Piano Playing.
Iffl ACRE BLOCKS I^PI
Thia property is In Section 8, Township 11, and is situated about
a mile and a half from Milner station and the ti. O. Electfic railway. Some of the blocks are wholly or partially cleared, and some
have considerable rough pasture. One block has 15.29 acres, all (Sear
with buildings and orchard. ��� ���.��. (1
This land ls well situated, the soil is light loam, especially adapted for fruit and chicken ranches. * t-THlfiOiio
FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO     �� tt
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office: 28 Lome Street, New Westminster.
The Bank of Vancouver
i i.i     ii  hi
A general banking business transacted, drafta and letters of Credit
sold payable In all parts of the world.   Savings bank department at
^.11     a a a-  -
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
Lindsay Bolting Works
NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers   of CIDERS, MINERAL    WATER,
Brand of GINGER BEER and GINGER  ALE.
Etc.   Special
Importers of BRITISH
BONIC ACIO GAS.
NONALCOHOLIC    WINES    and   CAR-
Sole Agents for Westminster
Health  Orink.
Territory    of    QRAPINE,    "The
COUNTRY  ORDERS  SOLICITED.
MOST MODERN FACTORY ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
IVIa Central park)  at  5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
Sunday.���aa.' ��. ���(, i-.ao, 8     ��b<i    ��.���0
i.tn., re��u\��.r mwrvlc* tt\er����tv��r.
(Via Burnaby)  at 6:46, ��-.4* ana a
a.m., with hourly aervlce until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m.   Sundays���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly aervlce until 11 p.m.
Sundaya���First car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter. '
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m.. 1:20 and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way polnta 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
���v��r lta sramman* **m*aam*r Wn
t<MC   w*ak  Wt ttltw coitttal*
Ticket* tor tbeae .Sp^fjl excursions are on Bale Salar
day and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKe!   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAK2   THIS    ENJOYABLE
trip. .:'.
BRIITSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
rai*t*-at=PtP*
dl
CANADIAN WESTERN UMBER CO., Ltd.
THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
LUMBER,   LATH  AND  SHI
����*
Get our prices on wood: four foot slabs, dry or fpeea;
wood and dry planer ends.
IV Inch mill-
bejiollao'*
Fraser Mills, B. C
Telephone 890
OJflUfe-
SURREY IS EXPECTING Bid ���
8HOW TH18 YEAR
There atneari to be an epidemic of
".Rricltural halls ln the Fraser Vai
ley this yaar. Surrey Agricultural
Society has just completed the car-
ip.nter oonstr"ctlon of an exteremely
hnpfl'wme bu'ldlng at Surrey Centre,
and tbe painter Is putting the finishing touches upon It.  .The new halt la
CITY THEATRE
D. BRAY, Manager.
Program for Monday and Tueaday.
AN OLD-FASHIONBO GIRL.
Rex���Comedy.
ANIMATED WEEKLY  NO. 24.
The World,'a News ln Pictures
UNCLE   BILL
Nestor���A Westorn Comedy
CHAPPIE   THE   CHAPERONE
Imp���Comedy.
A TRIP THROUGH GREECE
���*���'"' A WESTERN DREAM
U TELLIER
THAT   NOVEL   MAGICIAN
Featuring the
"CRAZY   DASH"
Thurs. Even'g.
HARRY TIDY, Manager,
EDDIE AND DEDA
DAVIS
The Lady with the Big
Voice and the Man with the
Eccentric Dance.
BIG DOUBLE (PICTURE
PROGRAM     AFTERNOONS
fi-'-'t.MII1    ...    ,
PRICES:
Matinee���10c and 20a.
Children Half Price
Evening���19c and 28e
Children 10c and 16c
Billy "Single"
PRESENTS "HIMSELF' 1$
\ .
"THE GIRL,
THE MAN a^
THE GAME'
jnmiutbM
���HiOH   ,i1  !'���
iwsilijtis :
��� tU    1.)
���iKl-ll ll)"!1'
till i'.-l
ll(<:.i :>.
Tui) li ..
:ll,Ul>] :������
! "illi It'll!
wiiMki ���������
.     iri   hllll)//     ;
A Merry Musical Stampede Bubbling over with Mlrili'^yiiody.
An Excellent Caet. A Bevy ef Dainty Dlvlnltle* who Wijg, Panes
���nd Delight the Bye.   Beautifully Costumed.   Properly, t^ifetod.
PRICBS-fiQc to HJO.    BOXES, *W��.
\fluSO
Seats on Sale st Tidy, the Florist's, Monday morning, BsBUmbenH
. hm   -i   ,
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r     \iOt 80-
^ESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUE8DAY, 6EPTEMBER 13, 1fl'.2,
oman
eWorld
POWER OF THE OCTOPUS.
Mn.       Fulton       Only
Woman Rubbar Expert.
TITLES IM GERMANY.
Tho Foroo Exorttd by IU Formidable I rhey  A��� Numerous and Varied and
8uo*>ar uinad Arm*. Are Taken  Very  Seriously.
Roth the octopus aud the ruttlettsh Title (riving and tit.e hearinu in
have amis thut are clothed with a Germany are made a serirm* business,
formidable array of suckers, which are Tt is dancemus to assume uie thnt
wonderful pieces of mechanism.  When   does not helot's to you, and it is al-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
, M1SR DAISY FCLTON.
Mlss Daisy Pultun holds the unique
position of Ih'IiiiI the only woman rub
het eipiTt In the world This very
Clerfi and eneri:��-tle ynons uidy Is a
luillve ol Australia and Iiiin reeeutlt
ii uue io huh cou ii I ry 10 mi hn uripiu
Hunt wretnr.i ttl Hie rulilwi expositioc
1<i Ik- Held In .Wu Vork citj next Sep
It'iolH'i SI"' illlH ui'leil III n like ell
|ini-lt.v foi expo-iimiiN beld In ICujiliina
and olliei i-nunti-ii's.
This lillie woman who talks ho dibit
nbout tlle trieiil Kt'llXlltlin product. Its-
iiianiifiK'iiii'e. Us possibilities and the ,
"preaeut bony ot synthetic rubber" ic
far from tbe awesome person one
pictures ber. She Is fcentle voiced ana
Blender, with hazel eyes and a mass ot
lialr that Is prematurely silvered.
Mlsa Fulton started ln the rubbet
business as secretary to-a busy man In
a rubber concern, and. to use ber own
.words, "the more I beard about rubbet
the more Interested I grew. 1 read and
listened and worked along In a sort ot
rubber atmosphere, 1 suppose, and now
I my work is wholly ln tbe Interests ot j
the rubber Industry." !
When asked If all Australian women
i|were so enterprising Mlss Culton re-
[piled that as far as sbe knew she wa?
the only woman rubber expert In tbe
world, but "there ts no reason why
women should not enter tbe held wltb
tjrent success.*'
MlM   Vu��.�� lw>   a   c��mVu>t   KllttrrVnR
the sucker cornea Into contact wttb an
object tbe Central piston, having previously been raised ao as to completely fill tbe cavity of the sucker, is at
once  withdrawn and a  perfect  vac-
I uuiii produced, explaining the great tenacity  with  which the suckers cling.
They number upward of 100 pairs to
eacb arm of tbe octopus, aud once tbey
obtain a grip oo the victim, unless the
arm  Is actually  torn away  from the
body of the octopus, It Is practically
Impossible for Its prey to disentangle
Itself.
tn addition to these suckers the octopus has a powerful pair of Jaws, shaped like tbe beak of a parrot, behind
which Is a formidable armor plated
tongue used as a rasping organ. The
octopus will attack und kill crabs nnd
lobsters of considerable size, ripping
opeu the body by means of Its powerful Jaws and devouring the contents.
In spite of heine a creature of sucb
awe Inspiring looks the octopus has
several enemies in various species of
whales, sharks aud conger eels, tn
fact. tln*?��latter are particularly fond
ur devouring tbe smaller octopuses.
Conger eels hunt for the octopus and
when found proceed to browse on Its
limbs, 'l'he octopus tries to bug the
sllp|��ry, slimy conger tight, but ln
rain, and. finding Its limbs growing
less, discharges Its Ink ln the face of
the foe and under cover of tbe turbid
water beats a hasty retreat It Is to
escape tbe too pressing attention of
Its foes that the octopus possesses the
power of changing its color to correspond wltb tbat of Its surroundings.
most equally dangerous to withhold
one from a man to whom it does
belong.
The following is an address which
is probably written thousands ol
tiari a week in Germany, since it is
a courtesy due to a well known offl
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications,  agreements  of   sale,
SUFFRAGETTE  OUTRAGE.
Invade Grounds   of    K.ir;'3 Scottish
Seat���Asquith   Foiled   Them.
London, Sept. 9.���England si; 11 con
tinues to suffer at the hands of the
suffragettes     Most dartag U _thft Isb buBinesb  lelierIp eie;   circular
est exploit fcd^' "JA^^'X work specialist. All work str)nly con-
invasion of the rathei ��"* *"]5 ��� M UaL M Broteni Room 6 Mer-
grounds   at   Balmoral,  Scotland, last  no^n   ^ ^ ^
night. .   .,     - .	
Although  the  vast  grounds  of  t.ie. FRATERNAL
castle were surrounded by police of-1 FRATERNAL.
fleers, a number of the sisterhood of
A  BULL  RING  BEGGAR.
VwHtt - *#-w*w�� ,* a****��mmm*\mm   trom   'Bwnj
f*��Vr\*�����m\\ vta* ax\1\.m ot \wlu.tr\.\ UT
��>Y,Wkt\>.��n��   -wrtilctk   ��iti���   iin.   wnva   tn
~- ��*\mrt mams or Knuttivr.
Thought* on Womankind.
Men lean more to Justice and women
to mercy. Meu excel ln energy, self
reliance, perseverance and niaminnliii
Ity; women in humility, gentleness
modesty and endurance.���William lid
Vard Hartpole Lccky.
Women are much more like each
other tlinu men. They have, in truth,
but two pnsRlons���vanity and love.-
Lord Chesterfield.
A man without religion Is to be
pitied, but a godless woman Is a hor
ror a lmve all thlncs.-Klizalietli Kvans
There are few husbands whom the
wife cannot win In the long run by
patience and love. ��� Marguerite d��
iValnls.
Men love at flrst nnd most warmly
M'pmen lave Inst and longest This Is
natural enough, for nature makes wo
men to tie n-on and men to wln.-
tJeorge William Curtis.
Women never lie more astutely than
when tliey tell the truth to tbose who
do not believe tbem.���Anonymous.
The  Intruder   Wanted   Bread,  but   He
[ Oot "Thumbs Down."
j Sometimes tbe bulltigbt In Spain Is
used to compel tbe attention of tbe
authorities to grlerunces tbat would
otherwise go unnoticed, as Is seen ln
tbe following Incident described by
Harry A. Kranck In "Foijr Mouths
Afoot In Spain:"
"The newcomer will long remember
nls  first  bull���certainly   If.  as  In  my
I own case,  tbe  first  banderillero slips
It the moment of thrusting his tiarlied
jarts and Is booted like a soccer foot
ball half around tbe ring by the snort
lng  animal.    Still   less shall   I   forget
the chill tbat sbot through me wben.
wltb tbe tlftb bull at the height of bis
fury, a gaunt and awkward boy of (if
teen sprang suddenly over tbe barriers
ind  shook  bis ragged blouse a  dozen
times In  the animal's face.    As many
times he escaped a goring by tbe clos
?st uiardn.
"The toreros did  not for a  moment
lose   their   beads.     Calmly   and   dex
t.-munly. tliey uii,ui>uTervi1 unJLU tvitm nl
th��in Acit Warn t>��iU otl. when Knottier
.-ntiKtit. ltu�� intruiler by ttie orm nnd
mnri-ttert tvltn ni-rim the rtntt to the
��hn<\e of the mnjnt'n b,,m. Th<-re thi>
V����th. wbo bHil tnken this nu-nim ot
quinine an nmllfiii-e. ufu-U
mournful   voice   a tut
suffragettes   succeeded    In   escaping
their vigilance, presumably by hiding
cial whose rank is far below that of | in the shrubbery until nightfall, and
a minister of state:
"Highly Reverenced Mr. Real Privy
Councilor, Highly to Be Reverenced
Mr. President."
The title councilor has four degrees, thus: Positive, councilor; comparative,   higher   councilor;   superU
leaving their signs set up for the astonished gaze of the early morning
gardeners.
The scene In the morning waa
really ludicrouB. In place of the flags
in the holes on the golf Units were
placed     small     banners     protesting
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets In K. ot P. Hall, Eifchtb
and Agnes stieeia, becond and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'a welcome. P. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $8,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank bas over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic,
ln Cuba throughout tbe Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltlea ln the world. These ex-
celeut connections' afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mar.
6w7��il pH^'councUo^anV^tralag^t  the  forcible  feeding  of  suf-
superlative, real rrivy councilor,
Then to complicate matters thcrs are
a hundred or more other councilor*,
such as councilors of legation, councilors of state, sanitary councilor*,
forest councilors and town police
councilors.
Titles of snither class have to dn
with the wearer's occupation. ThiM
a Munich newsnsper records th- death
of Frau So-nudsn. wife of the "royal
court theatre color urinder-"' assistant." In Bavarian newspaper used
to be found notices, inserted by the
persons thems��lvps, of the betrothal
of So-and so, "royal supernumerary
hay binder's daughter." or of So-and-
so, "head billposter's daughter."
When a royal personage dies his
body is spoke i of witli becoming reverence as "tlie high corpse" or the
"most high corpse."
Much may be said in favor of the
German title system. Pot instance,
in Germany when a man takes a prefix "doctor" he has a rieht to do so.
The title cannot have bepn bought,
begged or self-created. Moreover, one
may be sure that he has won his title
in a university and that his doctorate does not emanate from an unknown seminary.
So, too, professors are such 1 y rank
and right, conferred duly by the state
because deserved, for the title cantv.t
l>e assumed (therwise.
How the  Condor   Is  Caught.
Many birds cannot fly straight up.
They  must rise  at a very gentle incline.   They must get onward motion
before their wings can get full effect
of the air.    It is said that the m -le
of   taking  the   condor  is  to  build   ��
nen,   say,   forty   or  fifty   feet  in   dia-
rnoter  and  six   feet hinh   and  put a
���fir;'a��s in the middle of it.    Tl.e condor alights,  but cannot aittrin  riss> at
M. .i   i'.e whicli will take him over Ilia
fence.     Many    heavy    bodied.   ."Imrt-
vvirped ducks  rise from  tlie  w  ter it
a* small an angle that they must n-o
hi tli fet-t and wings for thirty o* forty
feet   in   order   to  tret   onward   motion
enough  to give  effectiveness  I    their
(rings by coining in contact with larger massea of still air.
fragist prisoners. ^^^^^^^^^^
Not so successful, however, were
tho brave band in their attevpts to
interview Premier Asquith at Crathie
church. Plans, it is believed, were already made to mob the prime minister at the church, but luckily. Mr. As-
nultb had taken his departure from
the district before the suffragettes
happened cn the scene.
Heads of Great Men.
Mr. Lloyd George's head according
to an expert in phrenology has increased in size from 23 inches tc
over 23 1-4 inches during the last
eight or nine years. The circ.umfe-
ence    of   Mr.   Paderewskl's   head   is
22 1-4 inches, that of Kubelik is 22 1-1
inches; Mark Hambourg, 23 1-2 inches; George Robey. 23 1-2 Inches;
Harry Lauder, 23 6-8 Inches; Robert
Blatchford, 23 1-4 Inches, and Sir Rob
ertson Nicoll, 21 1-4 inches.
Sir George Alexander and Sir Hiram Maxim each claim 24 Inches; Sir
Ernest Shackleton, 22 3-4 Inches; Dr.
Russell Wakefield, bishop of Birmingham. 23 1-2 Inches; Dr. John Clifford
23 1-4 Inches;   Sir Henniker  Beaton,
24 1-f. inches; Ranjitslnhjt. 22 inches:
C. B. Pry and the Rev. R. J. Campbell. 22 1-2  inches.
Many of the hest literary types of
head vary from a little under 23 Inches to 23 1-2 inches and beyond this
measurement and up to 24 3-4 Inches
are found men of powerful intellects.
Every Woman
Is Interested and should know
\ about the wonderful
Marvei "capr
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., ls held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock In Odd Kel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethem
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrlthew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrlster-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
street, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BULE. BARRISTER
solicitor and notary, 61) Columbic
���treet.   Over C. P. K. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8. Guichon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L   Cassady.
Brides of   Iceland.
Ask yonr drngirtst for
It.  If he cannot, supply
the MARVKL, accept no
other, bot send stamp fnr Illustrated book���sealed.   It give* fall
particulars nnd direction* Invaluable
to ladles.WINDSOKSCPPLY CO..Wlndaor,Out
Ueuerol Affeou for Canada.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
pursuant  to Section 150 of the Land
| Registry  Act   I   intend  at  th�� exjjira
intere?t-[ tion   o��   Thirty   tiJo)   days   from   th
up
asked for fond,
inserting thnt he was starving ��� B
statement that seemed by no means
improbable. The res|Miiise wns thumbs
down, Rut he gained his point, lo a
way, for be was given a fortnight In
orison.
"Incidents of tbe sort hnd grown so
frequent of late In Seville as to make
necessary a new law, promulgated In
���urge letters on that day's program.
I'rlnted words In all probability meant
nothing to this neglected son of Se
vllle."
�����* l^nd-^&c7lM^r.tmol..Uate hereot to" cancel ^r^itratiSn
Sound, VheTe ���* nn ancient ci��ti ni 1 "f a certain agreement dated the 2��th
Yiat every bii.le mu��t invito ail li��-t I day ot November, 1H10, made be
.ripn.it* to a dinner i,i her own home i tweeii^ Harry J. Morrison, of Vancou
���*r.tl every article ot livid m-idt be pre- "*
pared   bv   tlie   bride   bar��"lt.      If   sbe
succeed*     in     \ leasing     her     critical
suests   phe   achieves   not   on'.y   rn-Hi-e
for her own skill alone, but
along
.ir ���
lie belp*
ier own younger sister.*, wlio
then assumed to lie equally well
instructed in tlie intricacies of the
culinary -rt and consequently have
tlieir chances of immediate i���Hrria-,'e
more than doubled i.i this northern
country
A N*vt Mop.
Quite the latest In Door cleaners ls
0   mop   fastened   to   a   metal   brush
back which slides on and off the ban
die.    This mop woil;s Mice a scrubbing
brtlgh with none of Its Inconveniences
AH   Its  parts  spread  out   into  direct
contact  with the ttoor, so that It can
be readily used under radiators, book
cases  and  all  odd  comers.     Varlou��
kinds of  mops can be tilted Into the
Bame     handle.        for     lintlil'ooius     oi
kitchen, where the tloors must be dally
Bcrubued.   the   ordinary   white    mop
rleans with practically no dust and cau
be nxed either dry or with floor oil
Another mup for the same handle 1;
chemically   treated   and   Impregnated
with   oil   sufficient   to   Inst   for   six
months   and   furnishes  sn   ensy   and
practical way of keeping tbe floors in
perfect  condition.     It Is an  Improvement   over   the   old   fashioned   mop.
wbich was the cause of much drudg
cry, wasted time and 111 temper.
Th�� Uncertain Apple Tree.
An apple tree Is tbe result of a graft
from the tree thut ts known to lie n
producer of a certain kind and flavor
ot  apples.     If  tbe seed   were  planted
and one relied on It to produce a neiei-i
grade of fruit tbe result would tie dls
appointing,   for  the reason  that  from
lhe seed the most remarkable varieties
will  be shown.    I'erttap* they  will  be
miserable Mule crahupplvs or inlssbap
eu. bitter fruit or a lifeless cotiglomem
Mon    The seed somehow or other harks
nack   to   Us   origin,   notwithstanding
venrs of cultivation.    Tbe varieties ol
apples  known   today  are a   result  of
���areful selection uud constant grafting
ot the tietter  kind  from year to year
until the present development bas been
'.allied -HHrper s.
The   "Marseillaiie."
There is a certain irony in W * fact
thnt   thc   town   which   proilucad   Hie
"Marseillaise"  is   now  German  terri-
torv.   The  song dates  from  April 'Jl.
I7D2. when Eoueet de I.is!e. then niiar-
Wed at S'trssshurf; as captain fll nn-
irincer*. composed if in   response to tlie
mayor af Stras-liunj's    request  fur a
patriotic song.   At Stra.-slnng the ihitij
was   printed   under   t:.e   tte   "Cli    '
de Guerre Pour lArmee d i Hhin."   It
owes   its   present   title   to   the   volunteers from  Marseilles, wlio mul- it
tlie;-    marched    on    Pi.rii.r-L
Chronicle.
ver. n. C, as Vendor and William V.
Moiicrlcff as Vendee, ln which said
agreement the sa'd Vendor agreed to
sell to the said Vendee l.ot Five (5)
In the Subdivision of District Lol
Three hundred and fifty-eight (868),
N'ew Westminster Distiict, according
to a plan deposited in the Land Reg
istry Office at New Westminster, B.
C.
And I da order that publication of
this  notice as number  1729,   for one
month   in   the  daily   news-paper  pub
lished  in New   Westminster shall   b<
good   and   sufficient  service.
Dated  at  New  Westminster. B.  C.
this 7th day of September. A. D. 1912
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside,'' Western Union. PO
Drawer 2t)0. Telephone <>9. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   .. .��15,413,000.0a
RESERVE    % 15,000,000.00-
Branchee throughout Canada an*
Newfoundland, anc In London, Eng-
Lars A, Lew York, Ch'tago and Spokane,
0.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking bualneas transacted. Lav
tera ef Credit Iaaued, available with
correapondenta In all parte of the
world.
Savings Bank Dtpartmeat���Deposit*
ecel"ed In sums of 11 and upward,
iud Interest al towel at 8 per cent, per
mnum   ipreseut  rate).
Total   Assets over  8186.000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR A.ND Accountant. t\ O. Box "84. Phono 1088,
il   J. A. BURNETT.
Accountant.      Tel.
Trapp hlock.
ACDITOR ANI
H  128.     Hoom
BOARD OP TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets in thi
board room, City Hull, as follows
Third Fiiday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the lliird Friday ol
Fehruary, May, August and Novem
ber at 8 p.m. Annu.-il meetliiKS on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. B. H. Stuart Wade, oecro
tary.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
TRUST
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no bot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estlmatea uivan.
2't  Sixth  Avenue. Phone if
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C
WESTMINSTER
Phone   631.
BLOCK.
Box  772.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates in September to make your visit east at a re
duced fare.
Three trains daily, Tourist, Dining
Cars.
D. McAulay
Toronto Express 8
imperial Limited	
i Soo Ki. press	
)���*
lulnll
A Carnegie Pensioner.
Mrs. J. B. Nixon, for a great number
Of   years  chief   Instructor  at  Tulane
university, Netv Orleans, ls tbe tirst
Woman  to receive tbe Carnegie pen-
'elon for work of that character. -Mrs
Msim hnd traveled extensively about
the  world  previous to beginning ber
work as an  instructor and since resigning has spent much time abroad,
cbietly  in touring  Europe.    Although
Bomeivbat past Ihe allotted threescore
yearf ""it ten. sbe Is as active as many
young mn irons and endures traveling
with  fewer signs of fatigue lhan do
many women of hnlf ber age   She Is
Handsome Goethe.
Goethe vvh�� pronounced "the hand
������oiiiHMt man of Europe." lle whu h lit
tie ovir nl\ feet In height, but no well
nro|Kirtliuted that he did not neeui tall
UU tea tures were of the Roman type,
'its hair rather llghl than dark, his
a hole appearance commanding Even
io extreme old. age be retained a large
-dure of tiie personal good looks that
earlier in life bad made him ho attractive.
Two Fathers and Twa Sons.
Wiljam- I say. Jack, while iu s
restaurant the other day I noticed "vo
fai her- and two son- at lunch, llie
charge being i i conti- per heail, what
do you think  Ihe bill totaled nut toV
Jack���Wc!!. there is no iiilliculiy in
th .t bill,    Why.  of  course,  $'_'.
William -Vou,are wro::.-. Ih< k. Tli#
bill amounted to only  $ I .Ml.
Jack���How -I" y   ;  make ihat OUW
William���Why, there wero only
three persons���father, sop and crmid-
father.   '1 hree at 50 cents is )l.tt).
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbii,
a.m.
S.10 p.m.
-'.4j p.m..
Or a. w.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Brodie, O.P.A., Vancouver
Second Hand Store
(mm
"fur
The Unexpected.
Prizefighter (entering scbool with his
���loni-lou gire this boy o' mine a
IhrashlllH yesterday, didn't.verj School-
���iinsier (very nervousi���Well���I���er���
nertnips- rrlr.efigbter��� Well, give us
mnr 'and. You're a champion. I can't
1o   notliin'   wltb   'lm  myself.���London
i'alien.
Playin'  the Races.
"Our Hiram's writin' avain
college," said Parmer I!ich!��y.
men  money   fur  luniks."
"Air ye sure lie rea!ly wants that
money fur books, Sila.-r" asked his
wife.
"Yaas; he ae?. he'll take hi�� oath
every cent I send him goes to tae
bookmakers."
that
Its Characteristics.
*The   principal   characters   In
play are a baby snd a borne."
"That dramatist  Is evidently doing
things   with  mite  and  mane."���I
more American.
-Haiti-
Merely a Brother.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Voting Lady-Please show me some
tall and cnmmnndlnc. her manner Is |5**'   ^rlt-A pentleman's tie? Young
Happy   Thought.
A young married couple went into a
drug store the other duy to use a tele.
phone, when   the yonng woman  found
that she was several inches too short
to  reach the  mouthpiece.
"Oh,   dear,"   fIib   complained,   "I
wish   this   telephone   were   a   little
lower."
Whereupon her husband remarked:
"Try  raising  your  voice."
Miles and Knots.
A circle is divided into 21,00^ minutes ot arc. It is supposed tbat the
circumference of the earth at the
equator is 24,808.5028 miles. But a
knot or nautical mile equals this
number  of statute  miles divided  by
  ���.���, ., m.mnn.  aer manner is I    ~-v--�� nrunemans He? Young    21.600. which, performed and reduced
Tlvnclous and ner conversation excep-    ^<l.v-Oh   no:  Ifa for  my  brother.-    to feet, gives 6,096.8. the legal statute
tonally brlgbl aud entertaining. *Uegeude Blatter. mi.e.being 5,280 (eet..
SYNOPSIS   OP  COAL   MINING   RE
GULATIONS.
COAt, MINING  right.? cf the  Dominion   in   Manitoba,  Saskatchewan    ami
Alberta, the    Yukon    Territory,    thi
Northwest  Territories  and   in  a  per
tlon ci" the province of British Colum
bia, may be leased :or a term of twen
ty-one years at an annual  rental    of
%l an acie.   Not more than 2,660 acres
will  be leased to one applicant.
i     Application   for  a   lease   must     bt
made  by the applicant  in person    to
thu Ajri'iii or Sub-Agent of the district j
In   wllich  the  rights  applied  for are
iiituatcd. I
In surveyed territory the. land must ���
he described by boc.iIoiib, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accom
panted by a fee of $5 which will be-
refunded If the rights applied for are
not avallahle. but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will be I
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
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WESTMIKSTEE DAILY KBWS
| Eggs a la
Cupid
I A Case Where Two Cooks
Are Better Tban One
By CLARISSA MACKIE
�������������������������������������������������������������������������
Just when and wbere and how Guy
Hayes and Amy Wasson met does not
appear. It might have been at a cburcb
sociable, or It might have been at tba
dancinu class, or It might have been on
tbe baseball grounds, ror Uuy was given to atiiietlcH. and Amy was sn at-
tends nt upon the eames. Be thl* as lt
��imy. ihey were seen together often, so
often that a rumor was started that
they were encaged.
"Come In Saturday night." aald Amy,
'and   I'll   make  yuu  something  very
���nice."
-What ta II?"
"A new dish."
"What kind of a dish?"
"You'll bave to Und that out wben
you come."
"Well. I'll be there, snd I expect a
���treat, for I bear you're a line cook."
"Please cork tha aicoboi not tie and
put It In tbe cupboard.' said Atuy Wasson as she lighted me ouruer under
the copper ctiating dmn.
Ouy Hayes obeyed and tben returned
to tlie table wbere Amy stood, sn enchanting hgure in s pale gray gown.
with a wisp of a lace apron Ued about
ner siendei waist with rwe tinted no
bona.
".Next?" be Inquired, surveying tbe
various dishes or ingredients tor tbe
oil* ture Amy was nliout to concoct
There were a tat cake or cream
cheese, a dozen eggs, s pitcher of
cream, salt, paprika und a cake or nutter.
"You mny whisk tbe eggs presently���
now. you may break six into this disn-
and don't forget tbut you are to operate tlie coffeepot."
(Jiiy surveyed the round tahle with
doubtful eyes. On one side the dinting
dish   hissed:  near  liy  a  copper  kettle
"Wast     4MB    TOD    OOINO   TO   Mill    TO
KIOUT'l"
hulled rurlously orer another aienhoi
name; htwlde Mm was a Krencb cuffre
pot waiting tor the hniilug water.
"Itl like watching a inree ring circus." be remarket! as ne broke tne
eggs rareruiiy ss directed snd tosned
the shells into the glowing nre at uis
back.
"it's better tban a tnree ring cirrus,
for you can have something nicer to
���at than pink lemonade aud peanuts."
declared Amy as sbe dropped 'be
cheese into tbe melted butter in tbe
psn.
"What do yoo call Itr asked <Juy.
more because bt wanted to near uer
voice than because be cared wbst It
was Anything that Amy cooked wus
ambrosia to blm.
"Kggs a la Cupid." answered Amy.
bending above rbe stealing mess lu tbe
pan. "Bess Del bam gave me the wipe
and - now. tbe cree in, Ouy. Thanks!'
���'Want the eggs neatenT jsked tiny
"1 en. indeed, or course! I'm an ready
for them.   Hurry!"
Ouy nest furiously and spattered
eggs over bis shirt front snd oo bis
coat sleeves. It mattered ootblug
It wan ror Amy.
Tbe charming cook added the eggs
nnd bung breatblwiaiy over tbe mix
ture. She added salt and paprika anfl
stirred aently. It foamed and cream
ed and grew smooth and delicious look
lng Hy tbe time Ouy bad toasted two
pieces of bread the coffee wss ready
|snd the toast was ready for tbe eiws
la In ("lipid.
J imt as the last drop of delicious
mixture wns pnnri-d on the last piece
of toast the door opened aud tbe maid
ushered tn another young man.
It wns Henry itiair
Henrv was Ouy s deadly rival for
tbe band of Amy Wsssoli,
ilnr irnt up rehirtsiitly and gnawed
ms tip when Amy aave cnrdiai ��rew
HIS to the newcomer
���Vou are Just in time to taut* �� new
dlsti" she cried ssviy "Mr Haves
anil I have )ust eoiuiM'tert If"
Mr Haves greerf-d nts rivni with ne
<" mum soleinllltH and r^-eiveil a coin
stare rrom Henry in return
"Kr indeed What d��> �����'"> rn"
thinv ne asked with faint iiti-c^m
He mul prererred to ne iMitertiuii.il tt>
the drawing nwmi where np wmirt He
B"Keo rn sunt and when ne ���hub -men
Ai*   volte  sud  *y*a could  do deadly
ecntlon wltb Amy's heart. Wbo
could be sentimental over a chating
dish and the odor of cooking food?
He wrinkled bis nose fastidiously.
"Eggs a la Cupid." auld Amy. ottering blm one or the plates. Sbe bad
hastily set another plaee at tbe table.
"Ha!" said Henry and then stopped
abruptly.
Now. lf Hayes hadn't been sitting
there like a solemn owl Henry might
bare utilized tbat moment to bave
made some headway wltb Amy. fcjggii
s la Cupid was a phrase to conjure
with. But be couldn't conjure wltb
his rival glowering there.
Ouy gave his plate to Amy and declined to taste tbe dish. He drank coffee and ate toast, but none of the egg
dlsb was left, and tbat which was
spread on the pieces of toast was quite
cold by tbls time or rather tough.
"I'm so disappointed In It." mourned
Amy.   "It ought to be light and fluffy."
"Taatea like one that Resale Del bam
makes," observed Henry carelessly.
"Hera was quite foamy tbougb."
"She gave me the recipe." aald Amy
'���oldly.
"Ah. did you mnke It?" queried Henry, surprised. "I thought Hayes miml
have concocted IL"
"Why?" ssked Amy. with sparkling
eyes.
"Oh, because It's sort of In his line,
you know," murmured Henry, wltb a
glance ut Cuy.
"Mb. no," said Huy coolly: "we manufacture simps down at our plant-not
anything of this sort"
"I'lirdon," murmured Henry aa be
passed his cup Tor more coffee.
"ls It true that you are going to sing
In vaudeville. Henry?" asked Amy
presently There was a wicked llgbt
lu her blue eyes.
Mr. Blair's llgbt eyebrows nearly disappeared In his fringe nf blond hair
".Me sing in vaudeville?" he demand,
ed ungrammatically. "I never dreamed of such a Hung, believe me. Mlss
Amy.    Why d.. you ask?"
"Why, It's sort of In your line, yon
know." said Amy sweetly, and Henry
accepted tbe rebuke and ate the unpalatable remaiua or his meal In amiable silence.
IJOy Haves' hope* went up by leaps
and bouiuts. Amy hnd arisen in defense of hlm! Sbe hud rebuked Henry
Blair In his presence���bhe bud done if
tor him:
Tben the remainder of the evening,'
which <;uy  had expected  to bare enjoyed In a tete a tete wttb Amy. waa
spent In a general con versa tlon
After   a whll*   they    went    into   the
drawing   room,   where   Henry   dl��nn-j
guUbed   himsmeir  i��   his  customary J
manner   tiy   singing   lor*  gongs   iU   fl
sweet baritone vm.-e.
tillj could not slug a note.
Amy was fond or music,
Henry   was u  singer.    He  was  ths,
son of a rich man     He cnme of an oi.lj
family, ho old. in fact, that he ap|KMir
ed tu ihln k It was out necessary tn lie
polite   to   Ilia   fellow   men   unless   Ihey
could   show   a    family   m-��   nf   e<|ii��l|
growth.    He went to tbe aame private
scbool tbat Uny Hayes bnd att��ii<1*<t,
sud It was be who bad attached tin
nickname   or   "Soup"   to  Huy.   whi����
father waa a manufacturer uf muuwl
delicacies
Ouy remembered all these thing*,
and bis exuberant mood changed r<]
one of depression Of course Amy hed
defended tifcii because she waa I id
hearted, not for any personal interest
In him.
He took bis leave wblle Henry wa*
still there. He thought Amy's farewell was cold.
After his departure Henry Blair entertained bia hostess witb many mn**
dotes about Ouy Hayes. He told ol
their school days���of tbe nick nam* nl
"Soup." wbicb still clung to <Juy, and
many otber mean things that no ons
except a very amall minded roungmac
wouid bave remembered or eared M
repeat
Amy listened, but did not smile Sb��
appeared bored. Henry wss not sue.
prised. Who wanted to discuss s nors
like, nayes wben one could talk tc
Henry about bis nlTalrs?
Ouy Hnye -id not see Amy sgsu
for a fortoU.hL Occasionally h. mei
Henry BHir and tbnt rllilwi youth re
girded blm no e< hily thai Ouy eame tt
tbe cor Imli'" tl at be bad beeu pul
quite to rout by Mine Wssaon
In fact, tbat �������� 1 niflUt after Onv'i
departure Henry u. d proponed to Ami
aod bad been refused.
Then oue duy Ouy met Amy on tin
avenue.
"I was on my ��ay np to aee yon."
be said ns be hei   ber hsnd In bis
"Come this ev-mlng. aod I wlll cool
you some eggs on the cbnflng dlsn
Tou were ober ed out of your shan
lbe other evening." said Amy kindly
"Tbnuk you. I'll come." promlee*
Ouy.
"Please cork the alcohol bottle snd
put It In the i-upbosrd." said Amy thsl
evening, and as Ouy obeyed ber be re
memliered rhar It was exactly whal
sbe bad said, word for word, tone fot
tone, that oiber evening wbeu Henrj
Blair hud napi��ened In and spoiled tb<
occasion for Ouy.
"Whnt sre you going to make to
night?" be inquired aa bt returned u
the table.
"ICgc* s la Cupid, ot worse."* ssM
Amy, dropping in the cake of crean
cheese.
Ouy watched her In sllenco aa sW
stirred The deep flush tbat came mr<
ner cheeks was paused by ���omethtm
more Hum the heat from ths cba(li>��
dish Suddenly he passed around tb<
tntue neside tier sud laid hla band ovei
ners tnat held the spoon,
"Amy," be whispered, "doesn't that
recipe --av Unit tno band! art bettei
uuiii one ai stirring eggs a la Onpld?"
A ust didn't draw away. Indeed, net
��heek nen red ni* until tbty touched
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program of the tour of His Royal
Highness in British Columbia during
September and October next. Tht
following plac.es will be visited:
Kamloops���3 p. m. to 6:15 p. m. on
the 17th September.
Vancouver��� 3 p. m. on the 18th
September to evening of 20th.
New Westminster���On 21st Septem
ber.
Prince Rupert���11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (including a possible visit to Hazelton).
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27th September.
Victoria���Evening of 27th Septem
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to 5 p. m. on 5th.
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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.
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Cth July. 1912.
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Re a part (100 feet by 100 feet) of a
portion (six acres more or less) of the
fractional southwest quarter of Section 29, Township 20 in the district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 15442A, Issued
In the name of John Barker, has been
flled in this office.
Title Number 15442A, issued In the
name of John Barker, has been filed in
this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
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Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C��� Aug. 15, 1912.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912
Westminster Modern1
Business School
NIGHT SESSION STARTS
MONDAY, SEPT. 16.
LET UM{| YOU FOR SOME
THING MITER. MAKE A START
NOW   tm    E^ROLVING    IN    OUR
NiGHtf"'School,  it will mean
A GBNfiRAL. "BRUSHING UP,"
GAlNiNG��� -A KNOWLEDGE OF
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Modern Business School
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The telephones of the Westminster '
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Mr. D. E. Welcher, 01 Coquitlam,
was in town on business yesterday.
Formal Millinery Opening at W. S.
Collister & Co's. today. *���
"Laird" Donald Maclean, ot Coquit
lam. and family visited the city yesterday.
The talk of the town! What?
The Provincial Fair and the Dunsmuir Cafe. v **
Special at the Edison theatre Monday and Tuesday afternoon, double
program. *���
Rye bread���like your mother usV
to make. Eighth Street Bakery. Telephone R 281. **
Reeve Sullivan, cf Surrey, and Mr.
E. M. Carncross, clerk to the municipality, attended the county court yesterday in connection with an assessment appeal.
Mrs. Homer C. Adams, 101 Agnes
street, will receive on the second
Wednesday of each month.
You are Invited to attend the Millinery Opening at W. S. Collister &
Co's.   today. **
Mr. Joseph Martin, who it has already been announced is coming tt
. the city; will address u public meet
I lng in St. George's hall on Friday-
evening. The meeting will be conducted under the auspices of several
friends of. Mr. Martin. Members of
the city council, Progressive association, board of trade and Trades and
Labor council have been invited to
attend.
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quiet wedding was solemnized by j
E. G. Thompson   at   the   Knox, ����ijr,
At Edmonton the Duke of Connaught Ynade a special request that
the old service men of the city
should parade and meet him. It i3
hoped that all former sailors, soldiers
or volunteers will be on hand at the
United Service club rooms in the
Hardman block, opposite the Carnegl"
library, on Saturday evening next at
8 o'clock, when arrangements will bn
made for Westminster's welcome '"
this respect.
Rev   E. G. Thompson   at   the   Knox
Presbyterian    church    on    Saturday
evening last, Mr. John    Newton,    ofi
Westminster, and Miss Eva Avery  of
Seattle, being the contracting paiv.ea.
Following the   ceremony   the   happy
couple and a small party of friend;* I
dined at the Russell hotel, after whici,
Mr.  and  Mrs. Nfflwton  left  for \an-
ALL   MOOERN
Hot and Cold Water in Each Room,
In  the
city.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone   133.
TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New  Westminster.
i
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MAN WHO KNOWS INSURANCE
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WILL     BE
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OBITUARY.
Miss Mary Rosa'Weir and Mr. John
Scott,  manager  of  the   Westminster
Co-operative society, were married by
Rev. Mr. Dunn at the home   of   Mr.
ind Mi-3. W. H. Smith, Sixth avenue.
on    Saturday   last.    Miss Weir,   the
bride, arrived in the city from Glasgow,- Scotland, Just a few hours be- j
**** tore the ceremony took place. Mr. I
4,11 and  Mrs. Scott will reside in   New j
Westminster.      Ijeave lBgtrumeBtl| ,or tunlng or re.
At Maple Ridge on Wednesday, Sep-' K^mbla V��ef V^M4*�����'
tember 4, Mlss   Evelyn   Laity,   only'418 t'01un>1)1�� 8treet-    Te��- ����*
^daughter   of Mr.   John   Laity, J. P.
former reeve and police magistrate of
LESSONS
! on the Banjo, Zither Banjo,
| Mandolin, Mandola, Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
"Dick" I. Lawrence
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HABIT
The Daily Use of our
CREAM OF WITCH HAZEL
���no other habit will render
the skin so smooth, allay irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and Bunburn m
quickly. It ls purely vnade 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
to Mr
night
*��
Bright   and  Banitary-    Open
and. day.    Dunsmuir Cafe.
The report gains ground that po
tato disease has broken out badly In
the Delta district, and that other
municipalities in the Fraser valley
are not immune.
At the close of the prayer meeting
at the Queens Avenue Methodist
church on Wednesday evening tht.
meeting of the Quarterly Officia1
Board of the church will be held.
Lost���Young English setter dog
head mottled, named Dan; return tc
417 Victoria street. Reward. Any
peraon found harboring the sam;
after this date will be prosecuted.   **
Ex-Alderman J. Carter-Sm'.th and
his partner, Mr. Robert Buckland, expect to leave In a few days on a holiday trip through upper British Col
umbia and as far east as Calgary.
Kitchen and cuisine up-to-date. C.
D. Nunn, proprietor, Dunsmuir Cafe ���
Property owners are reminded thai
a rebate of 10 per cent, is allowed on
payment of land or building tax up
to and'lncluding Sept. 16th inst. After that date no rebate ls allowed.
J. J. Mackay, City Treasurer. .      **
A movement is afoot in Sapperton
to institute a boys' club, which wil;
combine drill and other exercises
with c.oncertal entertainments. Suoh
a club is greatly wanted and it is be
ifeved would be enthusiastically sup
ported. j
BRUCE���The   death'   occurred   at
1030 Eighth avenue on Sunday blRht m
of the twelve months old son of Mr, t    g�� XTortOT, of "Cedar Cottag��
and Mrs   Peter Bruce.    The funeral goi]th    Vancouver      The    ceremony.
will be held this afternoon from the whlch took    ,ace [n    the    Metho(ii8t
family    residence    interment   to be    h     h  wa8 per{ormed by Uev. D. W.
made In the Odd Fellows   cemetery sco*x.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
kKteAW. ftULeoA
.j*   SSI Columbia St.,    ^^^^
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
Dunsmuir Cafe,
..ax\t    m    ��toi>��'��   ��\>
, ici.;citri��s   and   C.   T��
No. SS Eighty St.
aw   trora   the
ORGANIZE SUNDAY SCHOOL
WORK AT CHILLIWACK
A meeting of the Ruridecanal
Chapter of New Westminster will be
held in Chilliwack this morning aud
will continue throughout Wednesday.
The question of organizing a Deanery
branch of the Sunday school commission will he brought up and explained
by Rev. Ifc/A. Hiltz, secretary of th-?
commission for Canada. The members--
cf tive Deanery will be taken ou an
nutomoblle' trip to Sardis, where
luncheon'will be served. The meeting.
wlll end on Wednesday evening after
<m address by Rev. Canon G. C.
d'Easum, 'of Holy Trinity cathedral,
of New Westminster.
The following Is the program:
Tuesday, 8 p.m.���Evensong in St.
Thomas church. Chilliwack. After
Evensong an address will be given by
Mr. Rose, secretary of the Layman's
missionary movement. Public invited
Wednesday, 8 a.m.���Holy Communion. 10 a.m., business meeting. Rev.
R. A. HlRz, general secretary of the
Sunday school commission, will address the Deanery.
CHILDREN'S SHARE
IN DAY'S DOINGS
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Ltd.
Will
Start That
Savings
#%CCOUiBX
m* C
Tit. TeKirtar sltllTiB ot t*\m county
court w\H taUe place todLo.y tc
beat- tue Judgment summonus and
set dates for the hearing ot caBes accumulated during the long summer
I vacation. His honor Judge Howay
I will be on the bench.
Aley. Tomay, an Indian, appeared
before his honor ,lud<<e Howay yes
terday morning Charged with enter
ing u house of a Chinaman at Chill'
wack with intent to Stoal, He elect��'i
for speedy trial, which will take
place next Monday at 10 a.m.
A meeting of the royal reception
committee will be held in the board
ot trade rooms this afternoon at 4
o'clock. Arrangements for the reception to Their Royal Highnesses the
Duke and Duchess of Connaught and
Princess Patricia will be discussed.
m ALLOWED
t..**M en i.
*S$FETY DEPOSIT
~       BOXES
FOR RENT
bl   i:
'iif* H
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
Meal tickets
us a trial and
muir Cafe.
|5.60  ror  $500.
be convinced.
Give
Dun3-
TO   REMOVE  THAT
Holidiy Complexion
..    USE
Seely's Invisable
Peroxide Cream
Mil'S DRUG STORE
Four doors East of Bank of
Montreal.
New Westminster, B. 0.
The regular weekly meeting of the
executive of the Progressive association will be held this evening at 0
o'clock. The regular monthly general
meeting of the association will be
held on Kridav evening at 8 o'clock in
the council chamber at the city hall.
Rev. J. S. Henderson, paBtor of St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church, left
last night fcr Toronto to attend the
organization meetings of the home
mission beard lo be held from September IT to 20. Mr. Henderson will
represent the Erltlab Columbia Pres
bytery.
Th'1 officials of the local post off'c
are In receipt of instructions from
thi- Dominion supervising architect al
Vlctc ria to prepare and decorate thri
building for thp visit cf Their Royal
Ulghneisei, tha Duke and Duchatfi of
Connaught and Princess Patricia on
September 21.
Catering done for lodges, etc.
Tables arranged for Wedding partie.s
Dunsmuir Cafe. ���������
A gold locket vas lost last Saturday by a youth either on the 3 o'clock
car to Queens park or at the lacrosse
a;ame. As the article is a keepsake
from a dead relative the owner is
very anxious to have It returned.
Kinder wlll be liberally rewarded if
same ls brought to Daily News office. *���
A reception is being held this evening at tbe Queens Avenue Methodist
church, in honor of their new pastor.
Rev. W. VV. Abbott, and Mrs. Abbott.
The members of the Ministerial association will be present and an interesting program is being prepared. All
people within and without the con-:
gregatlon are cordially invited to at-1
tend.
���iHW' t^jVernment dredge Klne Edward tal 'about ready tor her work In
deepening the river and will leave on
Wednesday morning for Burr's banding on the South Arm, where the s:P
has been, congregating in front of the
wharf, making it difficult for the river
steamers to dock there.
Yesterday the new stern anchor
-vas sbinpe.d at tlie government wharf
at the,foot of Eighth street and aftei
taking in stores, everything will be
ready for her to pull out for down
river.
Captain Rogers states that the
work done on the boat at Esquimalt
where she has been overhauled, will
enable it to do more efficient work on
the river, and that the work at BurrV,
Landing, which will take about three
weeks' time, will be a good test far
the boat.
Present Baskets of Flowers   to
Royal Ladles���Committees Make
Arrangements.
In the neighborhood of about 2000
children, waving flags and singing "O
Canada," will greet Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia when
they arrive at Tlpperary park at 4:15
o'clock in the afternoon of September
21, on the occasion of the laying ol
the  corner  stone  of  the   new   High
school.
Arrangements to this effect were
made at a Joint meeting of the schooi
board and the school committee of
the royal reception committee held in
lhe board of trade room yesterday
afternoon. Over 1700 city students
will take part In the ceremorty, and i<
is expected that the remainder wll!
come trc:ii schools In various part:-
of the valley.
The cht'.'ir��r. will also be at Albert
Crescent earlier In the day when th'
Governor ��.-��� nerai will be presented
with an -iJiress by the civic authorities.
For the firm ceremony the students
Will be In po��ltlon at 11:46 under I
their respective teac'iern in spaces
felilcU will be allotted. Each school
will have a banner of Its own under
wbich the students attending will
muster  at   the  Crescent.
The function of laying the stone
will be shorter than was originally Intended as although two hours additional time has been obtained for the
stay of the Royal party In Westminster, it has been found necessary to
limit every ceremony to a minimum.
Their Royal Highnesses will be
greeted on arrival at the new school
building by the massed choir of 2000
children as already stated. After a
few formalities the proceedings will
commence with the presentation of
baskets of flowers to the Duchess
ind Princess Patricia by two students
from the Royal City High school.
Next the Governor General will lay
the    corner    stone    of the    building
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACHINES
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY. g
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING  AND  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and G*nl. Mgr.
N
BEARDSL.EE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Bac. aid Traaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
t
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_. which will bear his own title, n-id
The halibut steamer Roman canvM after this the Royal party will repair
Into port yesterday morning loaded ' to the Y. M. C. A. building across the
with 125,000 pounds of fish. She was ' street where tea will be served under
away ten days during which time the auspices of the lady trustees of
nothing unusual occurred. the school board.
THIS IS THE LAST MONTH
For Low Rate Eastern Excursions
8.S. "PRINCE  GEORGE"
to Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays midnight, connecting
for Masset t.
Grand 5 days' cruise, $48.00,
including meals and berth.
S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert, Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby Bay and Queen Charlotte
island points.
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE
TS.
Saturdays aud Tuesdays, midnight.
Prince Albert" leaves 3rd, 13th   and 23rd   of
 Prince Rupert and way ports.
(J rand
each   mouth   fori
a..m..m Trunk Pacillc trains   connect   with
Skeena Crossing, thence steamer to Hazelton
above   steamers   tot;-,
runki
Niagara-
Special round trip excursion fares  to the  East via Grand T
system, variable and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Nia
Kails.	
General   Agency   Transatlantic  Steamship Lines.	
H. G. SMITH, C. P. & T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, O. A. P. D.
Phone  Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER. B.C. ^>27 Gran villa 8treet.
NO BOG LAND.
The Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will open the
social season by giving an annual
ball in St. Patrick's hnll on Thursday, Sept. 20. Card* will be provided
for those who do not dance and It. is
hoped that the public wlll do everything In its power to make the function a social and financial Buccess
now that the new hospital is started.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots ln good locations, and
good investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terras can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $770.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,0E0; one-third cash.
NO.    1233��� FIFTH    STREET,    TWO
lots,  60x132  each   to   lane.    Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275.00 each; one-third
cash. I
NO. 1316���DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Price $1,100.; one-third casli.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132; cleared and
graded; $2,000; one-third cash.
NO.   9G9���5   LOTS   ON   TURNBULL
street, 50xll��; cheapest good lots lu
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready
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 I
south, 67x114 to lane;  cleared and
in  orchard.  Price  for  a  few  days |
only, $1,100; one-third cash.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS. PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Ha. BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER  70   COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at City prices.   A new four-story
hotel y.isi completed.
LOTS from (350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building Oils season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
Office on the property.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWN8ITE AGENTS.
S
WATCH FOBS
We have now in stock the largest assortment of Watch Fobs ever exhibited in New
Westminster.   Examination invited.
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P.
THC
^^^^^  JEWELER
R. and B. C. Electric Railv
Fa J. HART & CO., LTD.
i ��� *   ,
ELECTRIC
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Fire,  Life,
and Marine Insurance.
Accident,  Employers' Liability,    Automobile
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
63 Sixth Street
Phone 656
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