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One Hundred Men Will Be
Busy Here In Very Short
Time.
ARRESTED IN ACT
Of SIGNING CHECKS
John    C.    Miller    Answers    Serious
Charge Today���Many City Merchants'Victimized.
MAKING CITIZENS
NOT SOLDIERS
Estimates    Passed     Already���Exten.
slons In City and District Urgently
Required.
Within the next two or three weeks
the It. 0. Telephone company will
have a gang of at least 100 men working In Westminster laying extra conduits and making Improvements at
the central office, (lacing new cables
on all the main streets and in genera'
extending the system lu order to keep
up with the ever Increasing demand?
for service not only ln the city, but In
the surrounding municipalities served
from the local office. This was the
announcement made by one of tir*
local officials of the company when
seen yesterday.
Spending Big Si*n.
"Estimates have just been passed
at the head ofTice." states the official,
"which Involve the expenditure ol
several thousand dollars In Westminster alone. Our aim ls to handle our
orders for service us expeditiously as
possible and the fact that during the
last eighteen months the company has
Installed 500 phones Inside the city
limits shows that we are doing our
utmost to cope with the rapid growth
of tbe city."
Men and Material.
A gang of about twenty men are al
ready at work laying extra conduits
underground to the central office on
Clarkson street, and this force will bo
gradually Increased as the materia.
for the general extensions arrives.
vThls material Is expected to be In
^readiness for Installation In tht
course of a week or two if not earlier.
So Important Is the work considered to b-y at headquarters that th'.'
superintendent of the company at
Vancouver expects to be over in the
city within the next two or three daya
to witness the Initiation of the new
developments aud go over thc ground
in person.
REV. if. BAKER Will
GO TO VANCOUVER
Resigne Olivet Baptist Church to Accept Call from Mount
Pleasant.
nev. A. F. Baker, pastor of the
Olivet Bnptiqt church ln this city, has
resigned his pastorate ln order to ac
cept a call from the Mount Pleasant
church in Vancouver, where he be
lleves a wider field of opportunity will
be opened to hlm.
The departure of Rev. Mr. Baker
from Westmlnater wlll be a distinct
loss to the community. He has been
here a little over three years, and
during that time he has become very
popular not only with his own congregation, but also among cltliens
generally. He Is considered to be
one of the foremost preachers of the
town, and the fact that he has receiv
ed a call from one of the big churches
in Vancouver Is a demonstration of
the high position he holds among
members ct his denomination iu the
Terminal City. ,\   ,
Previous to coming here Mr. Baker
waB pastor of the Penticton Baptisi
church. He graduated from Acadia
university, Wolfvllle. Nova Scotia, In
1893. Shortly after he left college he
spent two years in evangelical work
In one of tbo eastern states, whic.i
was followed by six years of simllnr
effort In his own country.
fhe pastor'�� resignation was handed Into the officers of the local churcn
on Wednesday night, by whom It has
yet to be accepted. _
LADIE8 WILL AID BOTH
EXHIBITION AND HOSPITAL
The toa rooms at the exhibition under the management of the Loca
Counell of Women are being cleaned
and got In readiness for serving tea,
coffee, sandwiches and ort*. <the proceeds, as usual, to be donated to the
Royal Columbian hospital.
The kitchen Is being, made   more
convenient, a     gas heater and   gas
nlute being Installed.
P The arrangements to date for each
daTuer.dar-Ladle8' A% of St. Paul's
Refonned Episcopal church, Indies
Vhl of St. Stephen's Presbyterian
church, and the Lady Maccabees
WedWsday-The    Baptist    Ladles'
am and the Educational cluh.
A Thursday--Queens Avenue Method
1st Ladles' Aid and ladles of the W.
C Friday-The Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital.
L     Saturday-Members from any of the
!�� ��bov* societies under the Local Coun-
Cllf any society or individual Is not
Included ln the above and desires to
Assist, their help will be much appreciated on any of tlie above days,
Several of thjB merchants of the city
who have had the misfortune to get
stung on worthless cheques during
the past week may console themselves
today that one of the alleged oheque
artists ls lodged ln the city lock-up
and will come up for trial before Magistrate Edmonds tbls morning.
This Individual ls John C. Miller,
alias J. C. Emerson, an American giving his home as Seattle. The arrest
places a feather In the cap of Detective Burrows, who took him In tow
while in the act of signing several
more worthless cheques which were
no doubt to be passed on unsuspect
Ing merchants.
Burrows followed up a clue given
him by a shoe store manager on
Front street ou Wednesday, and so
wandered Into a hotel yesterday after
noon about 2 o'clock. Miller was seat
ed at a desk ln the hotel office writ
Ing out the cheques and was at once
Invited to accompany the officer to
the police station.
In his possession were found several notebooks and purses together
with a big roll of blank cheques
which he had secured from several of
the local banks. He was wearing the
pair of shoes that were purchased the
day previous and these have been
identified by the salesman.
Chief Bradshaw is now in communl
cation with tbe police authorities of
neighboring cities, and ts Inclined to
believe that the prisoner is a much
wanted man on the other Bide of th?
line. The local officers are now oo
the trail of an accomplice of Miller,
and hope to land him ln the tolls before many hours have passed.
AT IAST IMPROVED
POSTAl fACIHTIES
Two New    Carriers, Two    Additional
Clerks and Much Wanted Cancelling Machine Coming.
The appeal made by public bodies
iu general for better postal facilities
In New Westminster has apparently
borne fruit, for yesterday Postmaster
J. W. McDonald received information
from Ottawa that appointments for
two new carriers and two additioua'
Inside clerk  will be made forthwith.
That this will mean much to tli<'
merohunts of the city is unquestioned
as several cases have been reported
recently of delay In delivering letters
mailed in the city. The local author!
ties claimed that lack of sufficient
help was the cause.
In addition to this, Mr. McDonald
states that a new electric cancelling
machine Is now on Its way from New
York which wlll do away with the
antiquated device now Iu use, which
requires a man to both work and feed
tt. A similar machine is now ln use
in the Vancouver office and is capable
of cancelling 250 letters per minute.
Both theso Improvements have been
applied for by the postmaster for several month's.
As soon as the additional carrier.-
are put ou the routes, the people re
siding on Lulu Island In Queensborc
will be supplied with free delivery. A
petition was presented from theae
residents a short time ago. and for
warded lo the inspector In Vancouver
who promised Immediate relief.
No word has yet been received ro-
gard'ng the new sddltion to the pres
ent Dominion building, the plans of
which have been prepared for several
months. It now appears doubtful that
work on this will be started befor.'
lhe new year opens, thus the present
*tnff wlll be hampered considerably
when the Christmas rush comes along.
LETTER8 FROM JAILED
I. W. W.'S POSTPONE STRIKE
Lawrence. Mats., Sept, 26���As a re-
��mlt of the letters sent from the coun
tv jail by Joseph Ettor and Arturo
Olovannetl, lenders or the Industrial
Workers ot the World, no genefal
strike of the Lawrence textile workers will be nailed immediately as had
been planned.
The letters urga thn operatives to
defer action regarding a genera'
strike pending the outcome, of the
trials of Ettor and Olovannettl. The
���wo leaders are to be placed on trial
Mondav oharged with being accom
plices to the murder of a woman who
was shot during a strike r^t in Lawrence last January.
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HALIFAX HARBOR
SWEPT BY  FLAKES
T'fll'fax, N. 8.. Sept. 27.���A
hi? bluue which broke out on
tho waterfront at 2 a.m. this
morning threatens d'saster to
the whole olty. It began at
Cook't wharf, the centre cf the
water street dlBtrict, and Is
spreading to other parts pt tho
cltv.
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Manitoba So out Commission
er Speaks for Boya  of
Canada.
General  Sir lan  Hamilton Would In
stltute Military Cadet System
In England.
Winnipeg, Sept. 26.���Rev. A. T
Macintosh, senior district commis
sioner of the scout movement ln Manitoba, in discussing the statement of
General Ian Hamilton, made yester
day ln London, said:
"The boy scout movement In Canada has no connection with tht
militia or war department, either It
intent or actuality.
"Some time ago the war depart
ment of Oreat Britain offered tc
officer or equip the boy scouts, the
church cadets and the boys brigade*
if tliey would become affiliated witb
the department. The church cadet?
accepted, but the boys' brigade and
the boy scouts' headquarters refused.'
In conclusion Mr. Macintosh stated
that Canada could depend on everv
true scout, nol for soldiering, but foi
something nobler and higher, citizen
ship, pure and noble.
lan   Hamilton's   Speech.
General Sir Ian Hamilton, inspectoi
general of the overseas forces, speaking on the boy scout movement on
Wednesday in London said, with eight
per cent, of England's boy population
organized it was best to be frank and
tell them that the state sets the highest value upon the acquisition of the
arts of attack and defence. l
"Let us look things squarely in the
face," he said, "and press for compulsory cadet training in all schools,
public and private. The majority tf
voters want It and tbey ought to have
their way.
Training Essential.
"We must help Baden-Powell by
giving him school-trained and dis
r.lplined boys to work upon with his
voluntary system. Every healthy boj
must be trained tn character and
ohystqre as cnrefully and thoroughly
m he Is now trained to read and
write.
"A halt must be called in pretend
ing that cadet corps are aiming at
nothing more srrious than physical
drill. 1 et us concentrate our idea on
tho. inclusion in the estimates of ��1,
380.000 wherewith to begin training
next spring of 75,000 boys aged from
12 to 14."
General Hamilton has been Invited
bv Hon. Sam Hughes to make a Canadian tou' of military inspection next
May.
ULSTER SITUATION
DISTURBS KING
Unionists Praying for Peace
But Are Well Prepared
for War.
Roberts   and    Dufferin    Wiil    Refute
Seats in Iriah Legislature���Dublin
Watches Suffragettes.
LIGHTSHIP GOES TO
HER OLD POSITION
THINKS JAPANESE
WILL INVADE B.C
Balmoral, Scotland, Sept. 26.���Kins
George Is said to view with some concern the situation ln Ulster on ac
count of the increasing factional flght
ng there.
The Unionist leader, Andrew Bonar
Law, arrived at His Majesty's High
land home as a guest today, and there
s some Inclinat'on to connect hit
visit with the Irish question. It is
however, officially announced that Mr.
Law has been invited here merely for
the purpose of meeting the Russian
minister, Sergius Sozonoff.
Peace or War 7
Ballryona, Ireland. Sept. 26���Ulster
men are praying and hoping for peace
but if that is denied to them they
are ready for war. accord'ng to the
Earl of Kilmorey, while addressing .->
big outdoor demonstration of Ir'sb
Unionists here today. Some 20.00('
people from the county of Down werf
present at the meeting, which wa?
the final Unionist demonstration be
fore Ulster Dav. September 28.
The Earl of Kilmorey was chairman
and In his speech declared his inten
tion of refusing to suhmit to Home
Rule if the act passed. A large num
ber of Irish peers, he said, including
Fleld Marshal lx>rd Roberts and the
Marquis of Dufferin, had signed a
pledge not to accept a seat ln either
house of an Irish legislature.
Cuffrapette  Precautiona.
Dublin, Sept. 26.���To guard against
suffragette attacks police have been
posted at the principal government
offices and public institutions. They
will guard the buildings day and
night.
Before Foga Set In���Mr. J. D. Taylor,
M.P., Returna from Ottawa���
New Diaphone.
That the' Sandheads lightship will
be placed ln her old position near the
mouth of the river is the definite announcement of Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P.
who returned from Ottawa yesterday
morning. While away Mr. Taylor re
ceived a letter from Mr. G. R. Robert
son, ageut for tbe murine and fisheries department at Victoria, stating
that as soon as the repairs are made
to the ship she wlll be returned to
her former station.
The long delay bas been mad'?
necessary on account ot the vessel
being of an old type, and in order to
have a .new diaphone house Installed
lhe decks have had to be renewed aad
strengthened.
This will be completed d"ring th'
next two weeks and mariners running
in and out of the river can rest assured that the guiding light at the mouth
ot the river will be ln position before
the fall fogs set in.
RAID ON GAMBLERS
SWELLS TREASURY
Fourteen    Chinamen    Forfeit   $700���
Eighteen Cases Disposed of In
Twenty Minutes.
SlRMGHTtlttHG Of
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SIR GEORGE ASKWITH
ARRIVES ON COAST
Great British Strike Adjuster Is Hope
ful Concsrnlng Labor Troubles
at Home.
Vanoouver, Sept. 26.���Sir Georgo
Ask*\ ith industrial commissioner of
Groin Li Itain, spoke before the board
of trade this evening on the laboi
problems which are facing the Britisli
and Canadian governments.
Sir Georgo Is making a tour of the
Dominion studying the working ot
Lemieux act as it affects both employer und employee.
In his remarks he stated that con
dltlons are entirely different in Greai
Britain to those of Cunada. The pres
ent situation In England Is serious
but the horizon, he said, was clearing
somewhat aud both classes are taking
a clearer view of thoir problems.
NANAIMO STREET
Court of  Revision   Hears  Arguments
of Property Holdere and Adjourns to October 9.
Eighteen cases disposed of in the
short space of twenty minutes was
the record of Police Magistrate Edmonds yesterday morning.
The coffers of the treasury chest
were considerably augumented by
the depositing of an additional $700
left as ball by fourteen orientals who,
despite the revolution now going on
in their native land, still show signs
of indulging in the game of Chuck-a
luck.
None ot the fourteen Chinamen put
In an appearance.
, A. white man who was mixed up tn
| the raid was let Sai tm susMaded
sentence. Another white man waa arraigned charged with the theft ot *
rifle and other articles. As there is
some doubt as to his sanity, his case
was adjourned until this morning
when a medical man will be in attendance.
The rest of the eighteen were con
stltuted of the usual drunks.
Earl   Stanhcp3   f��y��   They
Are Masters ot ihe Pacific Already.
Situation  le Serious tor Both  Home
and    Canadian   Governments���
Warning to Pravrlnce.
Toron.o, Sept. 2ff.���In an Interview^
given lo one of the Toronto papers-
thla afternoon, Lord Stanhope, a*
Unionist peer, stated that British Columbia must be ever on the alert
against the Japanese invasion.
"They are," he stated, "masters of
the Pacific at the present time," add
lng that the situation was a serious-
one for the Canadian and the British*
governments to deal with.
Time'Is Coming.
While the Invasion m:ght be several'
years In being planned out, the time.,
be said, is coming wheh the Japanese-
will make an attempt.
Lord Stanhope stated he bail*
studied the situation In Vancouver
aud throughout British Columbia^
and believes that the province, a��
things are now, is invfting s-jch a
move on the part ot tho Japanese.
Soldier and Councillor.
Right Hon. Earl Stanhope was im
Vancouver recently wit* a large party
of British administrators and capitalists. As captain in the Grenadier
Guards he served in South Africa during the late war. He is a member or
the London county council and la-
associated with many Imperlal institutions.
SEAPORT OE WEST
BURNABY'S DESTINV
LONDON DISTURBED
AT BALKAN CRISIS
London, Sept. 26.���The crisis In the
Balkans ls causing great disquietude
rrmong diplomats bere. Incident:.
woh as the arrest of Austrian so'
d'ers on the Servian frontier and tht
firing by Turks on a Greek steamei
it 8amos are embittering the peoplr
^f th�� states directly Interested, nnd
It will. It 's thought, take all the In
genulty of the foreign offices and
their representatives ln Turkey tc
avert the Balkan outbreak so often
predicted.
A Sofia dispatch tells of another
frontier engagement between the
Turks and Bulgarians near the Ham
ambunar post.
ACROSS CHANNEL BY
AEROPLANE SSRVICf
llndon, 8er>t. 26.���A regular cross-
channel service of passenger aerq-
nlnnes. Vrhlch it was rumored some
time ano would soon be Installed ls
advnno'ni? toward realisation.
Negotiations have been begun for
hfln ars pt Foll^estone similar to
those which already hare beea arranged for at Boulogne Snd Calais
and the promoters say that as soon aft
these hangars are ready the service
will be started.
The city court of revision which
sat yesterday ln the city hall for thr
purpose of arranging the assessment
under the local Improvement bv-law
on the proposed widening of Nanalmc
street, between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, to a uniform width, found
themselves up against a very per
verse subject.
The section of Nanaimo street
j which it is proposed to make uniform
I consists at present of three separate
widths. A section of the street Immediately off Tenth street Is only 40
feet wide, while tbls Joins on to another part '872 feet long by. 100 feet
wide, and the remaining portion is
60 feet in width.
What the city suggested doing was
to make the street a uniform width of
GO feet, the present 60 feet section tc
be left aB lt Is, the 100 feet to be re
duoed by making a gift of 40 feet or
road to the property owners on th'
north side of the highway and the 40
teet portion to be out out entirely
and a 60 foot slice to be purchased
of lots five and six In block, one ad
joining Tenth street to take Its place.
The cost ot buying this land It was
proposed to assess to both the property owners on the north and south
seotlons of the street which need*
alteration, and It was to protest at
this division of the assessment that a
deputation ot property owners lr
block one appeared before the court
accompanied by Mr, Adam 8. John
ston. The point ot contention raised
by Mr. Johnston was tli-t the rate
"ayers on the south side of the 100
foot section were being assessed
equally with those on tlie north who
would receive a free gift ot 40 teet of
land from the city.
Thomas Hood, who own* lot tour
ln block two, at the present northwest comer of Nanaimo and Tctoth
streets, also objected to the alteration of tbe atreet lines on the ground*
that once this whs done his lot would
be no more on a corner. It was proposed, however, though not definitely
arranged, that the city exchange by
giving hlm the property on the new
corner ot the street with an equal
frontage for his present property. The
court could not find Itself in position
"to arrange the assessment under the
conditions, and It was decided to adjourn the meeting until October 9. In
the meantime the property owners
wlll attempt to reach some agreement
among themselves.
The assessment for the Improvements of the lane between Mowatt
and Eleventh street was arranged and
confirmed, there being no appeals
aga'nst the assessment.
Those who formed the court were".
Mayor Lee and Aldermen Griy, Whit)
gnd Kellington.
Progressive Association of East Sida
Hold, initial t��cMH��'- ��. Q.
Walker**
DIED THINKING HE
HAD SHOT WILKES
Dime Novels Upset "Curly" McDonald
���Cobalt Hotetkeeper Qarnlsheed
Hla Wages.
Cobalt, Ont., Sept 26.���After shooting three times at George Wilkes,
proprietor of the Ottawa house, J. Q.
("Curly") McDonald, a young Amerl
ian from the Adlrondacks, stepped
nitside and shot h'mself through the
'>rnln. dying Instantly.
Wilkes had garnlsheed McDonald's
wages at the Niplssing mines, and
McDonald's anger took a murderous
trend. His three shots barely missed
Wilkes, one bullet grazing the hotel-
keeper's hip. After the third shot
Wilkes had presence of mind enough
to drop to the floor exclaiming, "I'm
gone."
McDonald thought he had killed
Wilkes and bis suicide followed.
On first coming to Cobalt McDon
aid called himself H. C. McCarthy
telling his Intimates that he had
adopted an alias because of a crime
he had committed. .
He was well liked, but acted
strangely at times, and was constantly reading dime novels.
East' Burnaby, Sept. 26.���The first
smoker ot the season will be staged
by the East Burnaby Progressive association tomorrow eveniug In the
Vicker's hall, Fourth avenue and
Second Btreet.
A galaxy of Items for the program
has been prepared, the feature of
which will be thq address of Mr. B.
G. Walker, president of the Burnaby
board of trade. Mr. Walker has
chosen for his theme "Burnaby and
Its destiny among the seaports of the
wesU"
Co-tc'I'-t Madill, who represents*-
th-> d stret in the Burnaby council,,
will aim be In attendance.
The musical committee   has   beem
hard at work during the past week,
and reports great success In securing.-
several well   known   artists   in the
vocal and instrumental line.   Refreshments will be served and a good tlma
generally ls assured to those who. attend.
!NDU:TRIE3 ARCW
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY BALL
Brilliant Function at St. Patrick's
Hall���Large Attendance.
A success financially and In every
other respect the ball of the Women's
Auxiliary ot tbe Royal Columbian
hospital, tbe function of the week.
held ln St. Patrick's hall, came to a
close at an early hour this morning.
The attendance was beyond even
the most sangulue expectations and
tire interest taken In the affair was
very gratifying. Society was out ln
full force and notable among .those
present were a number of prominent
Vancouver people.
The hall was most beautifully decorated tor the occasion, as was also
the banquet and rest rooms. Tha
floor was In excellent shape and,
though tbe auditorium was taxed almost to Ita capacity the dances were
thoroughly enjoyed by all who' par
tictpated In them. The music was
puperb and the orchestra was congratulated on all sides for lta excel-
lont execution.
At twelve an Intermission waa held
for the snpW. at which well over i
hundred people sat down.
Will  Be In Original  Location���Royall
Pavilion Now at Queens Park.
Arrangements for the second visit
of the Duke of   Connaught   and   the
first visit of -Their Royal Highnesses -
the Duchess and Princess Patricia ara -
progressing steadily.
The pavilion which was erected for
the last visit at Albert Crescent baa
been removed to Queens park, when
it has been transformed into a band
stand and erected at the north end
of the oval. The royal party will occupy lt on Thursday as a sort of
royal box, after which lt wlll be used
for the purpose for which It has been
erected.
It has been decided   definitely   txtJ
erect the combined lumber and fisheries arch on Columbia street at tbe*
Intersection of   Fourth   street.   The'
main supports will be constructed of
salmon tin cases, while the central
uprights   will   be   solid   unimproved
cedar logs.   Tbe balance of the arch
will be constructed from a variety of
things   peculiar   to   tbe   Industries,
whicb lt symbolises.
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��� tbe   New   Westminster   bank ���
��� robber*, who escaped from the ���
��� Sidlas saloon here after beat- *��
*h lng up Lieutenant Burns, whs ������
*h arrested last night at St. Louis ���-
��� by Chicago detectives, accord- ������
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��� slstant Chief of Police Schuett- ���
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*> The detectives shadowed a ���
���p woman, said to be the sweet- ������
��� heart of the thief, who went to ������
��� St, Louis disguised as a crip- ���
��� pie.   The   arrest   was   mado ���'
��� when the two met on a street ���
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY>  8EPTEMBER 27,   1912.
Classified Advertising
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RATES.
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Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, '��� death snd marri&se
notices 50c per insertion.
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE���AT. A BARGAIN, NICE
modern six roomed cottage situated
ou Kifth street; cement basement,
modern, plumbing, furnace heat,
electric lights; lot 51x150; fruit
trees, large chicken house, etc. I
will sell this home away below
value, and on cosy terms, as I am
leaving city. Apply 527 Fifth street.
Phone L841.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� SMALL FURNISHED
suite, with modern conveniences.
Apply giving full particulars and
terms tb Box 116 News office.
WANTED���A SMART YOUTH TO
take temporary charge of stall at
exhibition. Apply Lawson & Co..
652 Clarkson street.
WANTED��� BY YOUNG LADY,
room in private family, with board
preferred. Aprl.v Hox Uo Westminster Daily News.
WANTED ��� PAINTING, PAPER-
hanging; reasonable price; work
guaranteed first-class. Box 114,
Daily News.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN TO HP*
liver clothes. Apply New Metho;l
Clearners, 628 Clarkson street.
WANTED���UUOD SECOND MAND
fiat top desk. Room 16 Collisler
block. .
FOR   SALE���FOR
Phone R 1140.
STOVE    WOOD
FOR SALE���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
1^ acres with 686 foot road frontage, splendid location, close to new
school and tram. Owner, P. 0.
Box 977,  New  Westminster.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 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
aveuue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
FOK   SALE-
niost new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth street.
AL
ITOR  SALE���CHEAP, I.N GOOD   OR-
der, a four burner gag plate, with
oven complete. Apply 21Q Agnet
ttrreet, city.
WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIO
neer Dye Works, Second street.
Phone  430.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FURN
ished rooms; would prefer a small
furnished house. Addre33 Box 101
News office.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401. 	
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
i-OU SALE���SMALL HOUSE. SHEDS,
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bfaring; lot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
TOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News ofllce.
TOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
EOR WORLD PEACE
Controls   90   Per   Cent,   of   World's
Nickel Used In High Grade
Armor Plate.   .
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings stieet.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED, ONE
lai'ge double bedroom suitable for
two gentlemen or ladies, and ou-n
smaller room; home comforts. 321
Tenth street. ,
Ottawa, Sept. 26.���"It has been just
discovered that Canada possesses th"
key to the European naval problem,"
states a leading article in "Conservation," the bulletin of the commission
of conservation of the Dominion Gov-
errment.
"When Schneider in 1889 introduc
cd' the use of nickel in the manufacture of steel armor plate, he little re
ilized that he was placing ln Canada's
hands a great means for maintaining
the peace of the world.
"Battleships without nickel steel armor would be utterly helpless before
modern guns. If nickel were no longer obtained, armor construction would
go back a quarter of a century.
"Canada today produces about 90
per cent, of the world's supply or
nickel. Practically all of the reraaind
er comes from New Caledonia, an is
land in the Southwestern Pacific, con
trolled by France.
"In 1910 the value of nickel ore anc
matte exported from Canada to the
United Statea was approximately $3,
450,000. As the only refineries in Ars
erica are in the United States, six
sevenths of the Canadian nickel wa'
refined to the south of the border
The refining process raised the valui
of this Canadian ore to nearly twelve
million dollars. The major portion o:
this refined nickel is used in the man
ufacture of nic'icl steel. -
"Consequently, if Canada were ti
prohibit the exporting qf nickel, th<
nickel steel industry of Europe ,woulc"
fall Into decay and high-grade armo
plate for battleships would be an im
possibility.
"Naturally such a course would b-
hard on the Canadian nickel pro
ducer3, but then see what it would d
to the world's expenditure on navies
"In these times of wars and rumor.-
cf wars, it is assuring to know tha'
Canada possesses such a potent
weapon making for world peace."
BOOKED EOR SENATE
TO RENT���PARTLY FURNISHEJ
house cl->se to Central school. Apply to 224 Seventh street.
"THE CITY OF SMILING SUCCESS"
is   what   someone   recently   called
Fort   Fraser, B. C.      And well   he
might, for there never was a town
���where success   was more   assured.
Sawmill, stores, bank building, government building, and  a big hotel
are now built or being constructed.
Railroad'  .grade    is    now    cleared
through \tate town.   The Fort Fraser
"Development Club  wants to  get  In
touch   with   ambitious   people who
want to start in a new town.  Write
to them today, and ask for a copy
���cf the Fort Fraser News.   Fort Fraser Development Club, W. A. Matheson,  Sec'y.    Vancouver   office,   102
Winch Building.
TO RENT���ROOMS OR ROOMS AND
board.   S'o Agues street.
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED BED
rooms.   Apply 4j7 Eighth street.
TO REMT-TWO LARGE FRONT
rooms in Hardman block, overlook-
hia; the Fraser r.ver. suitable for
light housekeeping, ottices or work
rooms. Apply Westminster Daily
News.
FOSTER GOING 10
ROYAE COMMISSION
Investigation  of Trade  and   Immlgra
tion  Conditions Within  Whole
Em.iire Segins.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
TWO CHOICE LOTS on Princess St.,
.each 60x130. The two for $190);
one-quarter cash, balance 6. 12 and
18 months. This is a builder's
snap.   No. 15.
SIXTH STREET CORNER���102x132.
$10,000; one-third cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.   No. 16.
LOT ON BELMONT STREET���53 by
132; all cleared. Price $2100; one-
third cash.   Terms.   No. 2.
LOT ON THIRTEENTH    STREET���
66x132. Price $2100; ons-thlrd cash.
Terms.   No. 6.
TO     RENT   ���  TWO     FURNISHED
rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FOR RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
eight roomed modern house. Will
give lease. Apply 415 Twelfth
street between 1 and 3 p.m.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone L 638.
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms.  828  Roval  Avenue.
FOR RENT���LARGE, AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet tn Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRT FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reason
ahle.   720 Agnes street.
FIRE FIRE FIRE
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
It costs little to Insure and a lot to
rebuild and refurnish.
Call on us for rate;?. We represent
enly the strongest British Board companies, and pay all losses promptly.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile, Burglary,  Employer's
Liability Insurance.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x164,
with 20 foot lane in the rear, on
Newcome Road and Thirteenth Ave.,
Bast Burnaby. Price $550; $50 down
balance $15 por month.
Four and a half acres in Surrey,
10 mileB from New Westminster and
1 mile from Sullivan station, B.C.E.R.
Price $900; $100 down and balance
^10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. feast Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitahle for two gentlemen or llghl
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
Ottawa, Sept. 26.���Hon. George E
Foster will leave Ottawa about thi
end of the month to attend the com
ing session of the Royal Commission
in London. The commission will re
sume its public sittings Oct. 9. Oreat
importance is attached her.' to the
work of this body, the foundation o!
which is being laid with much care.
The range of subjects committed tc
the Royal Commission is considerable
and comprises two main divisions:
(1)' A general investigation oi
trade conditions. This will embrace
a survey of the natural resources o
the self-governing Dominions, an ex
amination cf their facilities of pro
dnction, manufacture and distributioi
of articles of commerce, a study ol
tbe requirements of the United Kin,?
dom and the Dominions in the matter
of food and raw materials and thr
available sources of supply, and an
examination of the trade of the sev
eral ports of the empire alike with
each other and with the rest of thr
world.
(2) A general investigation of thr
Immigration of population from th��
United Kingdom to the Overseas Do
minions. This will include an exam
Inatlon into the various systems and
agencies now employed in providing
for selecting, directing and sustaining
the current of emigration from Grea-
Britain, an examination of the agen
cies engaged in receiving, directing
and settling the immigrants as the-
reach the country of their adoption
an inquiry aa to the possibility of lm
nroving present methods by morf
careful selection and in the case o'
younger persons by judicious teaching
n schools, training on farms or inst1
tutions or liy friendly care and guld
ar.ee In thi'ir new home.
LOST.
LOST���WHITE OSPREY BETWEEN
Royal avene and Columbia street on
Wednesday morning. Please return to 509 Queen's avenue, or
phono 445.   Reward.
ANOTHER CANDIDATE
FOR NEW PORTFOLIO
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Engineering   Department���Notice     to
Clearing Contractors.
Tenders endorsed "clearing" will
be received by the undersigned not
later than 12 neon on Monday, 30th
September, for clearing and grubbing
2*fa acres of the Johnston Road
through D. L. 130.
Specifications and particulars may
be had at the Engineer's office, Edmonds. B. C.
Tenders wlll not be considered unless made out on the form supplied,
and Contractors must state in the
Tender the lump sum for which they
are  prepared  to do the whole work,
The Council will not    be bound to
accept the lowest or any Tender.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
' Comptroller.
Edmonds, B. C. 24th Sept., 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS
BR.N3  QUICK   RESULTS
Associated  Boards of Trade Back   R.
F. Green for Minister of Mines
in Federal Government.
Nelson, B, C, Sept. 26.- Declaring
In a resolution tliat the time has arrived when the economic Importance
of the mining industry and Its saffc
and proper control' demand the crea
tlon of a portfolio of minister oi
mlne3, the executive of the Associated Board of Trade at a meeting yesterday afternoon which was attended
by representative mining men and
others interested In the industry from
many points in Kootenay and Boundary went emphatically on record with
the opinion that Hobert F. Green
member for Kootenay, was the most
fitting person to 1111 the position.
Mr. Green's twenty year residence
in British Columbia, his close associa
t'on with the tndtittrv nnd the valuable knowledge which he possesses
regarding the problems and ditrlcul-
ties with which mining men have to
contend, were advocated as Rome of
the reasons for his tiwoiutment to thn
suggested new portfolio.
Increased     Western     Representation
Wlll Alter Party Balance���Eight
Vacancies Now.
Ottawa, Sept. 26.���The death of Sir
Richard Cartwright creates the eighth
vacancy in the senate. Four of these
seats were held by Conservatives,
namely, Senator McDonald, of Sydney; Senator McKay, of Truro; Senator Miller, of Halifax, and Senator
Sullivan, cf Kingston. The four Liberal vacancies are In the seats occupied by Sir Richard Cartwright, Senator Ross, of Halifax, Senator Comeau,
bt Digby, and Senator Wilson, of St.
Thomas.
Ttiere are no* in the Senate 59 men
whe were uppointed by Liberal governments and 20 appointed by Conservative governments. By filling tho
eight existing vacancies the government will have a representation of 28,
and will reduce the Liberal   majority
n the Upper House to 31.
It is probable that this majority will
be further increased within the   next
wo years by the enlargement of the
senate representation from the We3t.
The government now has the author-
ty to name two more senators from
Manitoba and will probably bring in
i bill this session increasing the representation of Saskatchewan, Alberta
and British Columbia.
Since taking office the Borden Government has appointed live senators.
The Liberal leader in the senate will
be selected by the Liberal senators. It
will probably be Senator   Dandurand.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER'
SIXTH STREET (FRONT TO COLUMBIA STREET) IMPROVEMENTS.
the ����!,!fa<!,Ur!tn8th0WlnB,the real Pr��Perty immediately benefited
tne assessment is made on per foot front:
Name of Owner. Re-sub
Cotton-Fox, J. S  m   ix
McBain,  William   ,."' s ' %
Pearson's Ltd  .
Sub.
1
1
11
Lot.
C.6
C6
C.5
Feet
Front.
66
66
132
ln   which
Annual
Payment.
$ 66.02
66.02
132.03
mln.?. ^ntlni ?by S'Ven hat the Corporation ot the City of New West-
ta. thJilrrZtti iPT d ^cal tofovement Assessment By-law assess-
MW let8,ln the schedule atove mentioned the sums of money set
���mm.ta*.    . I , t   rty Par8' and a Court of Revision for the trial of
wmPh! h��iH ��� Wl,8.uga,,Sit the A83<*8ment so proposed to be made
rfnwv leld on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1912, commencing at 10
ml&SL tJtf.JW^%, at the C0URCl1 Chamber, City Hall, New West-
��,o^'J?f'1'811 Columbia   and any notice of appeal from    such    intended
taSHSX' ? ' t Se7��d ?non the Clerk- of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to said Court of Revision.
���������  ��� ..   _    ,     .       noiv W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City  Hall,  September 26th,  1912.
Date of flrst publication  September 26th, 1912.
FRENCH SOCIALISTS
FIGHT OVER ARMY
Anti-Military Agitator Sets Moderates
and Anarchists Going���
Many Wounded.
Paris, Sept. 26.���Revolutionary syn
dlcalists and more moderate socialists
engaged in a free fight tonight In the
Salle Wagram, where a public meet
ng had been called by Gustave Herve
the anti-military agitator, on the oc
casion of the departure of the conscripts to join the army.
Many shots were fired and chairs
were used as weapons. No one was
killed, but several were removed to
the hospital suffering from revolver
And knife wounds.
It was Ilerve'a first appearance in
public since his release from prison
ist Julv. Perve is the ed tor of thr
Guerre Sociale and was sentenced to
i term of fojr years' imprisonment in
1910, but was pardoned by President
Falleries. When he took the plat
.orm and began to advise the conscripts to desert, the radical militarist
faction and the anarchists, who were
present in great strength, caused pan
demonium.
Chairs were hurled from the gal
lery, shots were exchanged and
knives drawn.
Many fled from the hall ln terror.
A big force of police appeared on ths
scene, but after some delay found that
the meeting had already broken up In
wild disorder.
Herve's advice to hla fellow social-
>ts was first to capture the   school*
and the army.     He urged    the  conscripts always to keep In touch witb
heir soc allst fripnds.
"Revolution will be accomplished
by the army," be said, "or not at all."
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Mckenzie street (front to Columbia street) improvements
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the proportion lu wliich tho assessment is m ado.
Name of Owner.
Mathers, W. J., et al
Mathers, W. J., et al
Lot.
7
8
Block.
C 5
C5
Feet
Front.
132
132
Annual
Payment.
$ 66.00
66.00
���    , 264 $132.00
Notice ia hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
the properties ln the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
opposite each lot for thirty years, nnd a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made will
be held on Friday, the 18th day of Oc'ober, 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, In the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from Buch 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, City Clerk.
City Hall. September 26th, 1912.
Date of first publication, September 26th, 1912.
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
'THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
LUMBER,   LATH   A1NP   SHINGLES
Get our prices on wood: four foot slabs, dry or green;  16 inch mill-
wood and dry planer ends.
Fraser Mills, B. C.
Telephone 890
Liberal Leader's Itinerary.
Toronto. Sept. 26���Sir Wi!'"'-', Lau
rler's tour of Ontario ne?t week haa
been arranged as follows: Monday.
^ent. 80, leave Ottawa 8:30 a. m. for
Brockville; evening meeting. Tues
day, Oct. 1, Peterboro; evening meet
ng. Wednesday, In Toronto. Tburs
lay, Chatham; evening meeting. Friday, Woodstock; afternoon reception
md evening meeting. Saturday and
Sunday in Toronto. Monday, Moun'
vore3t; afternoon reception and even
ng meeting. Tuesdsy in Toronto, and
leaves 11:30 p. n.. for Ottawa.
OITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Board of Health  Department.
Tbe   i iti,.nns   of Now  Westminster
-,* herrhv pot;i1id that on and af '
he lst dty   ,t Ootcber, 1912, all gar
bisp and ashes will be removed fret
nt   chnrgn   from   pr'vate    residences
The    Department    respectfully   asks
that all tho��3 who have garbage to re
iove   " 11   pre vide   themselves   with
two garbage cans���eon to be uspd for
ashes, and   the    other    for   garbage.
.louseholders will  please   place   cans
n the most a"ness!ble position poss!
ble, which will be of material assist-
npp te the <--r>llep.tors when they call
o remove the aame.    This does not
apply to business houses.   The  same
rates as are now in effect will still be.
oharged them for tho removal of gar-
late, ashes, etc.
S. J. PEARCE,
Health Inspector.
W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122.
Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 29'
Phones, Office 15 anS 11.
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46  Lorne   Street,   New  Westminster.'
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.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster  nnd  Crescent  Valley,
B.   C
E. H. BUCKLIN,' N. BEARDSLEE.       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.       Vke-Pieslde&t. Bee. tnd Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OP FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealera In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WASHED QRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds knd grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.	
Now U the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
The Bank of Vancouver
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A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters of credit
sold .payable ln all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD. $
WESTMINSTER'S GROWTH and advance is as
effectively shown in the growth of her Home
stores as in her real estate values.   The
opening yesterday and today of this store
clearly demonstrates the rapid strides being: taken
to provide for the Home Demands.
This being our First Fall Opening of Ladies'
Ready to wear and Dry Goods it is our desire to
clearly show to all visitors what Lees Limited can
provide in your Home Store in your Home Town.
Time was, when this city was a year behind Montreal, London or Paris. Our opening display today
clearly proves that our store is up to the minute,
and no style of importance in above makets but
what is represented in our several departments.
DAINTY EVENING COWNS in charming stylea and colorings, exact
copies of the leading Paris modistes and at moderate prices; viz.:
$25.00, $30X0, $35.00 and to      ., $50.03
SUBSTANTIAL SUITS fn splendid    wearing    Tweeds    and    Serges;
$20.00, $25.00, $SO.CO and   ., - .$35.00
NOVELTY DRESSES at $15 00, $18.09, $20.00 and   $25.00
ENGLISH  POLO COATS at $15.00, $20.00, $25.00 and   $30.00
MAGNIFICENT SILK  SEAL COATS at $45.00, $50.00 and ....$60.03
BEAUTIFUL FUR SETS at $25.00, $35.00, $50.00, $75.00 and ..$175.00
IN DRESS COODS, whole lines of the latest wears are shown In
qualities at, per yard 75:, $1.00, $1.25 to $1.50
One of the Largest Departments and of keen interest to housekeepers is our Linen and Blanket
Department; solid substantial weaves of Irish Linens, good wearable grades of English Cottons, warm
comfortable fqualities of Blankets, Quilts and Eiderdowns in a range so wide that every person pari Ae
well suited here in these lines.
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Beautiful specimens of Fine Furniture inxhoice
woods; lovely Carpets and Rugs, high class Brass
Beds;and a most attractive line of Leather Chairs,
Couches and Divans. We invite all who did not; get
in yesterday to call today and see the magnificent
assortment of popular merchandise shown in; this
big store of five great floors.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 27,  1912.
NE��M DAILY NEWS
PubllsBtett-1 every mornlnft except
���Sunday by Tlie National Printing and
Publishing -OaciLtd., at their ofTice,
t3 McKenzS Street, New Westmlnater, B. C-
ROBERT H. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
Business Office   9'9
Editorial Office  991
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4. per year, $1 for three
months, or 4Qe per month.
By mail J3 per year, or 25c per
month,    i '?"��'.][�� !*
GRADE AND YIELD
ARE MUCH BETTER
Under Present   Conditions    Railways
Can Cope with Half Crop Only-
Acute  Situation.
RECIPROCITY.
ReciprocIflLjs,, pne of those words
which a^ BfTioidi lfi the life of a people takej&l Piter, more than the
meaning conveyed at ordinary times.
Thus reciprocity in the sense that it
is used In connection with last year's
political conflict, may be dead or may
be alive, but there are other forms
of reciprocity that are worth attention.
Of late an inestimable boon has
been con ferred* 'Upon us as a nation
by the compact made between Sir
Edward Grey, the British minister of
foreign affairs, and Hon. George E.
Foster, for ��� bf '* il ��� Canadian business
men henceforth will be enabled
through Britisli" consulates to obtain
any inforwa|ip%lh?t they may desire
concerning the trade conditions in
countries thej- may wish to do business with, jii$t, ?
gneif ; af
as
of   the   habitabl
globe, ma^'lfehl'ii of Canadian conditions, productions and so forth.
But reciprocity in its larger sens'!
would seem to be very much in tlie
air just now, for to mention only one
of Its many forms the association for
the International interchange of students has etf&Wfc-tt.on its third yea-:
of life, and, by providing students of
every part of the English speaking
world with opportunities to acquire
knowledge abeat a great deal of the
whole of that world through travc'
and flrst hand investigation Is doin.;
a great, nnd good work.
The Whole1 empire ls reciprocal ts
a certain extent.   Tho day may come
when this^reclgjyolty may bo perfect
ed-f-mutairHiiaiorstandlng:, mutual 'de
fence, mutual interests, mutual interchange of trade have yet to be work
��d for and wen.   Every step toward
a. better*Jtm��cfs?andlng  between
far flung pQiiion3 of the aggregation
���of states, some self .governing,  some I
governed, tlMft go to the make up cf
the British j&nplre is a step to be acclaimed and to be aided.
Here .againtwa have publicity anl
Its uses .brought vividly before U3.
Cheaper cables, cheaper transportation ar.d their judicious usage are its
great tofcls for the moulding cf a perfect understanding that shall knit ths
Empire ,into one great and indivisible
whole.  I
i =====
Calgary, Alta., Sept. 26.���The pros
pective wheat crop of Alberta this
year is estimated at abput 25,000,000
bushels. The prospects "ara the
amount shipped out of the province
before the close of navigation will ba
less than 8,000,000, or one-third of the
crop.
The conditions ln Alberta this year
have been very favorable to the grain
���growers. Grain has been harvested o
little earlier than last year and although threshing operations have
been been somewhat delayed in the
past few days, this is only a tempor
ary handicap and will not interfer.
seriously with the preparation of thi
grain for an early market. In quality
the crop is uniformly e^celle^t** The
grade will be considerably Alghpr
than last year, and in many districts
the yield surpasses that of 1911.
There Is no doubt iietfJbMhfiiipliysl
cal impossibility of the transportation
of one-half of the crop out of tht
country, under present conditions
l>ast year only 7,000,000 bushels wer"
shipped out before the close of navlg
atlon. The movement up to date this
year is considerably less than that of
the similar period last year.
Up to July 10, 1912, the amount of
Alberta grain marketed totalled 23,-
124,000 bushels. Of this 8,173,000
bushels were marketed before the
close of navigation in 1911, but only
7,000,000 bushels were moved. Thf
situation is becoming acute. The lack
I of transportation facilities constitutes
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
A. M.;  A. R. C. M.
L
Teacher of Pianoforte,
lng, Theory, Harmony,
and  Musical  Form.
Violin,  Sing-
Counterpoint
TERM BEGINS SEPT. 2nd.
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51  Dufferin Street Phone  R411
Foreig"nei*i \yflso   by   applying   at
these consuiarcJi' placed as they are j ~* g"r"ave "menace to the grain growers
In  every   Pflfitlpn      " '
Some of Our Best
Hf�� ���'-'
Modern seven roomed house on
Eleventh street. $3000. $500 cash.
Assume mortgage of $2000 and balance in half yearly payments of $500.
No interest.
Modern eight roomed house on
Eleventh street. $4700. $1000 cash.
Assume mortgage of $1700. Balance
to arrange.
Lot on Thirteenth street, cleared,
near Sixth avenue.   $1200. Cash $350.
BED
FURNITURE
Six lots
$350 each,
monthly.
near
$125
Tenth
cash,
avenue,  cltv.
balance   $15
RUTLEDGE-SAUNDERS
BROKERAGE CO.
Room 6, Trapp Block Phone 702
A ROOM THAT OFFERS A
CHOICE IN STYLES AND
COMBINA TIONS
i \ * J
Call and let us talk it over. We ean
Furnish a Bedroom Complete for -
$28.75
and the gravity of the situation is re
alized everywhere. The present
woather conditions complicates matters by causing a delay In threshing
operation which, while only temporary, is IrrHatintr to the farmers; there
is "a fear that this may cause unwise
haste in threshing hefore the grain is ]
thoroughly drv.
|    "The situation  is  rather difficult,''
said Mr. E, J. Fream, secretary of tb**
United Farmers   cf Alberta and   the
Grain Growers' Grain Company, yes
' terday.
I    The stansped'ng rf the farmers In ������
panic of fe"" of ear   shortage would
result very dls'strpnsly .lust new. hi |
thought.    But the neoe��sitv for rel'ef j
was urrent. he wilniiHed  and stons to
overcome the difficulty cauld nA\   b.l
ta'.cen too seen.
Mr. W. J. TregJH"fl  rrf>"!dont of the j
United f'V.nrers of Albert   nono"rred I
with   thd   fl"<rsestir!t   rf; "T^*--���Grain J
Grov,er3'V,t!-:de" that   tiie* "TWw'nlo" i
rjo'^rnpiprt ?.nd the three transcontl j
.    nental   railway   companies   make   ar
rd,   rangements  at once   with   the  Inter-1
I ntate Commerce Comm'Mlon at WaBh- ,
tv"'e I ington for   through   ra'lwav rates   to
��� the south. This cannot he done a mtn-
I ute too soon, says Mr. Tregillus.
AUSTRALIA'S SHARE
IN NAVAL DEFENCE
FINE HOME
Nine roomed house on two lots, 50:t
150 each; all under cultivation; 150
feet from car.
$5000; Easy Terms
Five lots under cultivation adjoining car line.   50x150.
Only $800
WARNER, BANGS X CO.
PHONE 1024.
Coldicott Blk.   East Burnaby
REV.
'J.  ^HENDERSON  BACK.
-   I,mm���
���Eastern Interest In City���Ml3slon De-
liberations���Prairie   Prospects.
"Westminster is more on the lips
-cf the people of the Ea3t than ever
before," v.as the statement made by
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor of St
Andrew's Chti��<5&', who is back in the
city from Toronto, where he attended a meeting'of the Home Missions
cf the Presbyterian Church in Canada as the representative of British
Columbia.
Rev. Mr. Henderson states that the
interest taken in Westminster in the
East is increasing steadily, while the
muiiie'palities surrounding this citv
. are also receiving a good deal of at
tention from the reople.
At the meeting In Toronto the
Home anjd ,J3orf|gn Mission Work of
���the Dhuron iA thfs Sduntry was united.
This refers to work among Ind ans
Jews. Bast Indians and all other for
eigners living in Canada With the e.'.-
���<ception of Chinese.
Coming through the Northwest th'
local minister passed through thou
sandR and thousands of acres ef golden wheat fields. He found Hires.iin,?
and harve's'ttni; operations in full
awing, and though the farmers suffered somewhat'b.v unseasonable conditions recently, he states that the,'
are now enjoying the finest of harvest
weather.
rniper7
After being tied up since January
3ast, the stern wheeler Paystreak is
again in service, taking the place of
the Transfer while the latter is undergoing repairs at the Vulcan Iron
Works.
A new locomotive type of boiler ar-
Tlved for the Transfer yesterday, but
was found to be in a damaged condition and considerable repairs will
have to be-made before it will be
jreajBy Tor installation.
���jmsaataaaa  ���
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LARGEST LIST OF
WATERFRONTAGE
ACREAGE and LOTS
Yesterday we delivered furnishing for a Bedroom-
Price $256.50.
We Carry a Wide Range in Other Lines
of FURNITURE and FURNISHINGS also
And the PRICES ARE RIGHT.
Don't Forget the Place
DENNY U ROSS
THE BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Corner Sixth and Carnarvon Streets, New Westminster
ft,
BEST POTATOES
75c Per Sack, 100 lbs.
! Delivered Free in Burnaby, City or Sapperton
W. HATT-COOK
"THE   POTATO   KING."
527   Front  Street
Phons 550
Premier   Fisher    Lauds    Success
New Zealand Cadet Ssheme���
Policing   PacifU.
ofi
j
London, Sept. 26.���A special de-1
spatch to the Daily Mail on Premier!
Borden's speech at Toronto, as report-1
ed here, statea that Canada Intends;
to offer to Britain three super-Dread j
noughts as an emergency contribution ,
to the Imperial navy, have aroused I
much attention In Australia. . Australians are realizing that they must I
no longer lean upon Great Britain, but j
must stand on an equal footing with
the Mother Country and the other!
Dominions in the defence of the Em- j
pire..
There Is a great dread, the corres-
pondent says, of the Japanese tnflu \
ence In the   Pacific, though' Ifttld   Is |
paid on the subject, there is a genuine |
and    slrong    feeling    that   :A,ii3tNiip
siiould be ready to play her part wltl
New Zealand and  thn  United   State
!n policing the Pacific.   The Austral
��� ans are  willing to  bear taxat'on  for
these    purposes.      The    smoulderin
embers of  patriotism,  which   led   th-
Australians to Hock to the Boer war
'���m-e again been recently fanned int'
a fierce blare.
Premier Fisher. Interviewed on tb
subject, said in his opin'on undoubt
edly in consolidating on the quest'oi
of national defence, for -vhich a com
mon Imperial scheme la essential
Australia must be left to develop he:
own defence unit.
"I cannot see the advantage of th
existence of the Imperial Defenc
Council of Dominion representative^
who would, sooner or later, get out ot
touch with the people they represent
ed and become only the dead chan
nels through whicli the pollcy of the
Governments would be Imperfectly
formed.
"I believe the better plan would be
to hold biennial personal consultation
with the British military and navtil
authorities in the same manner as
was done last year; that would keep
life in the common scheme of Imper
lal defence.
"New Zealand's Interests are irrevocably bound up with Australia, and 1
believe it ls now recognized by th"
best thinkers that New Zealand will
eventually join In one Australian unit
for defence. I think It marvellous
that, her cadet scheme for military
training of her boys Ins been established with so little friction. The people now regard it as a national necessity and an Individual responsibility
which each must shoulder."
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. R. and B. C.
THE
JCWCLCF
Electric Railway.
Victoria and return $2.70
Account:   Provincial Exhibition.
���Leave Vancouver Sept.  24th.
Leave Victoria Sept. 2'jlh or 30th.
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"
to Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays   midnight,  connecting
for Massett.
Grand 5 days' cruise, $48.00,
including meals and berth.
8.S. 'PRINCE RUPERT"
to  Prince  Rupert,    Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby Bay aod   Queen  Charlotte
Island points!'
To VICTORIA snd SEATTLE.  Saturdays and Tuesdays, midnight.
S.S. Prince Albert"
leaves 3rd, 13th   and 23rd   ot
Prince Rupert and way ports,
each   mouth   for
Grand Trunk Paciflc trains connect with above steamers for
Sealy Crossing, thence stage i ne mlle to Hazelton.   	
Special round trip excursion fares to the East via Grand Trunk
system, variable and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Niagara
Falls. ;	
 General  Agency  Transatlantic Steamship Lines,	
H. G. SMITH. C   P. tt T.
Phone  Seymour 7106.
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VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville Street.
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QUEENS PARK
OCT. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1912
$60,000 IN PRIZES AND ATTRACTIONS $60,000
Largest and Best Agricultural, Horticultural and
Floricultural Exhibition in Western Canada.
2nd. ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
SPECIAL  PRIZES FOR
HORSES, CATTLE,
POULTRY.
SHEEP,  SWINE  AND
HIGH CLaSS ATTRACTIONS, WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE, PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC EVENTS,
SCOTTISH GAMES AND AN ABUNDANCE OF FIRST CLASS
MUSIC.
T. J. TRAPP
PRESIDENT.
D. E. MACKENZIE
MANAGER-SECRETARY
Box ill  New Westminster, B. C.
17 large Lets; 62 x 132; Edmonds District;
over-looking Burnaby Lake; high and dry;
Price $550, $75 Cash, Balance $15 a month.
Come in and let us show you this property.
ThePeoplesTnistCoul?
451 Columbia Street f
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FRIDAY,  8EPTEMBER 27,  I6l2.
WESTMINSTER DAILY" NEWS '
" ' -*y'^'-' -*~
Tj-i iny
-
Jk\./S
/a'cTe fftt
S
INTOCUP COMB
BACK TO FRASER
..Arrives    In
Walte
City   Today���Stiff Work
Before It Regains
Pedestal.
cup,
Some time today the Minto
emblematic of the world's championship In professional lacrosse, will be
back in the Royal City after a twelve
mouths' stay ln Vancouver.
lt was proposed to bring back tho
trophy yesterday afternoon, but the
representative of the Westminsters
found out that tho cup, together with
the Hartney cup, hud been sent to the
jewelers for a cleaning and would be
roady for delivery some time today.
" That the departure of the famoub
mug will cause much sorrow among.
the fans of the Terminal City Is undoubted, as it was expected that th.'
aggregation which Con Jones gathered early in the spring would be
strong enough to wipe off the boards
anything the Salmon bellies could
muster, let alone any eastern teams.
But they wero sadly misled and the
championship trophy will again be
resting In the window of one of the
Columbia street stores until the result of the Cornwall series, when it
is to be hoped that the pedestal erected at the Carnegie library in 1908 wll.
again be brought Into use. This sam2
pedestal. It may be stated, has not
grown shaky or mildewed by any
means, for the custodian of that learn
ed institution, Mr. Ed. Hpult,, has
made his daily round with the feathei
duster, carefully wiping off the few
specks of dust from the base ever
since the cup made a trek to Vancouver by way of the B. C. E. It.
The Hartney trophy, compared with
the Minto cup, takes a secondary-
place, but all the same It reflects
much credit on the goal scoring abilities of the Royals, for the team scor
ing the most goals during the Beason
secures the cup.
Meanwhile all eyes arc turned to
the doings of the two teams which
uill clash next Tuesday for possession
cf the Minto cup.
Tbat the Cornwalls are determined
to make the eiTort of their Uvea In
wresting the championship from the
growing city on the Fraser Ib unquestioned. They are a sturdy bunch of
fellows, all of them brought right up
in thn city on the St. Lawrenca and
<'!v.c "ride is just as strong back
tin re iis It is in New Westminster.
Stringe as It may seem, the fans ol
Vancouver, while o\hibit!ng thf
strongest feeling during tbe B. C.
1p;iru* season, always puil strong for
New Westminster when the Minto
cup Is at stake,
the two stores at Vancouver during
the past few days has been keen in
deed.
The weather man Is the only ln
dividual who ls being watched these
days, and If he can be kept In his
I't-ecent mood, which has lasted two
weeks, one of 'the largest crowds of
the season, not excepting the Empire
Oay game, will be In attendance on
Tuesday and Saturday of next week
Tbe people of the valley have been
taking a keen Interest In ,t)ie dplngs
of the Salmon Bellies during thSs past
season, and are Intent on seeing, two
of the best teams In the game today
not forgetting the "Best In JtarW'est."
Thus the B. C. B. R. li pr*t>slrlb�� tn
bardie extra crowds on October 1
and 5. ...   ,
HIBERNIANS COMING
TO TACKIE ROVERS
;������,.���.   ������ ���   ���.,,���.���   ���   ���    ���    PPB    PPP
��� STRIKES  AND 8PARES.        ���
��� ���
��� ������������������������������������������4
Last night's game between the
Pippins and Stopums resulted in a decided victory for the forrner by 122
pins. Dan Sullivan, the lead man for
the loaerB, was the big pin getter of
the night, negotiating a double een-,
tury in his laat string, and had an
average of 151. Following is the
score:
Pippins��� 1       2
Colllng3 132   157
Wegley    114    103
Wallace  131    151
Percy   148    149
Peterson   150   123
675 683
Stopums���               1 2
lull!van   144 108
Coverdale 106 129
H. Knight '.. 99 96
H. Bush 112 117
F. Knight   119 129
Handicap .... 25 25
605 604
3
Ttl.
156-
-445
127-
-344
116-
-398
149-
-446
133-
-400
681
2039
3
Ttl.
200-
-452
115-
-350
Owing to a mistake in the booking
department in Seattle only one act
was on the program at the Royal
theatre last night. Manager GII113
immediately got in touch with Seattle
and the other acts to complete the
program arrived on the Great Northern at 9:3ft, but; were' tdo late to appear. Even at.'*ttia< everyone ��� was
satisfied and said the show was
dandy, but Manager Gillis let everyone keep their tickets so they could
see the rest of the show today or
use them in the future. Trevitt's
trained dogs and cats ls an act that
nobody should mlss and no doubt
those that saw lt last night will be
delighted at having the opportunity
of seeing it again.
THEATRE
P. L. KERR, Manager.
Friday and Saturday.
EDISON BIG FEATURE
Ihe Workman's lesson
Produced in Co-operation    with   the
National Association of
Manufacturers.
Ite act as MT 0IH.Y ftrtti inrctot ind ale ri teal Estate.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
A front five roomed suite in the Marjorlbanks building on Begbie
street, near the Russell hotel. Ail modern conveniences. Rent $35
per month.    Immediate possession. ���' -' *'
STORE FOR RENT
On Begbie street, near Columbia street, 20 feet by 66 feet, .with
basement same size.    Immediate possession.   Rent $65 per month.
WESTMINSTER TRUST,
���I* .:���. **.
*). J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office:  28 Lome Street, New Weetmlnate*.
98���29;:
151���370
145���39.'
25��� 75
708 1963
NEW YORK GIANTS
CINCH CHAMPIONSHIP
Head of National League Two Years
in  Succession���Boston  Loses
Double "Header.
The championship of the National
league, which for several days has
beon a matter of doubt only to mathe
Mimical sticklers. Is now settled
definitely in favor of the New York
Giants for a second successive year.
All chances cf the Chicago Cubs displacing the leaders were removed by
New York's double defeat of Boston
yesterday, although at the same t me
h" Cobs were defeating Cincinnati.
The standing, with the pennani
clinched by New York, follows:
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 99      44      MX
Chicago 89      54      .422
Pittsburg   81     66      .Ml
New York Snd Chicago each hav*
nine games to play before October 6.
the official ending of ttoe season.
Chicago could win all of its games
ind New York lose all without a displacement of the Giants.
Decks are now cleared for the
'���orld's championship series with the
j Huston Americans, beg'nnlng In New
York October 8, and from now ot-
'���anager   Mcfiraw   will   undoubtedly
I use recruits so far as necessary to let
and the'ticket sale in I 'he world series pr'nclpali ease up.
It ts an lnterpst:ng feature thai
with New York clinching the peunan'.
Its percentage of games won in the
National league ls 693, as compared
with the Boston percentage in the
American league to date of 692, showing that they bare run an even race.
A  VERY  FINE  FAMILY
Has 8clon Who Faces Charge cf Misappropriating $38,000.
Montreal, Sept. 26.���Charged with
the misappropriation of $38,000, tho
property of the Bank of Hochelaga
bv which he waB employed as a teller
Henri Legace made his appearance I;
the Enquete Court here and pleadert
not guilty.
The police allege that Legace open
ed a false account In the bank anl
as cheques came in placed fictitious
names upon them, stamped them, witli
the accepted sign, and entered them
up to the bogus account. He is ther
said to have opened up an account iu
���he rn-ne. 0f L. K. Amvot in the City
and District Savings Bank, transfer
rig the account from the Hochelaga
Bank to it. To cover up bis actions
the authorities assert that Legace wao
In the habit of reducing the account
of some large tirm In the ledger. Ot
course, this reduction could not appear in the firm's passbook. In August an investigation was held and J38,-
)00 at least was found to be tnlS3ing.
The Investigation revealed the faci
that only twelve dollars remains ii
the name of Amyot in the City and
District Savings Bank. Legace bear?
an excellent reputation and comes of
a very flne family.
Northwestern League.
At Vancouver��� R.H.E.
"^okane       1   8   1
Vancouver  6 12   2
Batteries: Noyes and DeVogt;
Schmutx and Lewis.
At Seattle-
Seattle 	
Tacoma  	
Batteries:.   Melkle   and
Hunt and Crittendon.
At Victoria-
Portland  ���
Victoria    6 12   *
Battfcr!es: Stelger, Agnew and
"������\ Harris; Steele, McCreery and
Meek.
R. H. B
. 4 I-I
.072
Whaling.
R.H.E
. <* 11   ?
Man=jer Grant Has Rearranged Local
Lineup���Will Field Several
New Players.
Double Header at Sapperton.
tomorrow afternnon *'���* Citv te"*n
wn meet the Bunks eleven on the
s-mner'fi ground. r'ifiW.ft he'iT at
2:30. This game will b�� followed by
f.he Moose-Sapperton match.
T*�� Hibernians of Vanoouver, wll!            _	
be the next attraction at Moody ^*rk i^oBt'lltlfB be'n* delated wU'l h�� no*
r,-,idlrrly   *t*r>rk*
^t   r���o   cf   the   B. C.  towns   Ills
Povnl  V'tflvPig was allowed to fac
rff tb" ball for a game   of lacrosse
n Saturday afternoon, when thoy
clash with the Rovers of this city
The two teams from the Terminal
City which have opposed the local aggregation this season have shown
themselves to be strong contenders
for the championship for the season
of 1912-13 and the Hibs are reported
to be in the same class. .'
Fcr this occasion Manager Grant
has rearranged his line-up, brlngln?
oit several of his new players. H��tch-
kiss, who was Injured ln the Celt!-.
game and had to retire sftei ten mln-
r'cs of play last Saturday will be
g'ven a rest which will probably
meat* either Bruce or McMillan being
sent back to the defence line.
A short workout was Indulged in
j-.it evening, and the Royals feel capable of taBtlng the llrst fruits At victory when they meet their old rivals.
Bankers Mske Debut.
The Bankers will make their debut
���'befcre the public on Saturday after-
r,A��� rhen they meet the City eleven
r. .*.c. Vir.s>' <toor*or ifflTue. Banner
ton Park will be ��aed. the k'ek-oft
t'-'ng place at 2:30 o'clock. The following plavers beve beon iilonted *o
represent the Bankers: Pratt, Sta-
�������*.; Shildrick, Hamilton, Scott,
/flw?. ThcrnpsfU. Murray, Dunford,
PUciirn and A. N. Other.     ���-������������
r\ea*> ot the fleld. The awinu>tlo<.
/in-tvftAr, wsi that th* D'ike being a''
Irish duke and a soldier, a"d the*"
frm i'mi) to ene""* rt bloodshed
would take particular pleasure In an
pre.r**i'r**er   **.**\r>**.   ro^b'notj   the  enllv-
enment of aft Irish shindy with some
rf tho Hter"��r features of an assault
at arms.���Edmonton Bulletin.
COL. SAM HUGHES IS
MAKING PRONOUNCEMENTS
London, Sept. 26.���Ccl. Sam Hughe<=
''as been having an exceptionally
busy time during the last ��eek of hi
stay. When he Is at thf- Si,fny Hote"
half a dozen callers beselge his room*
Uie number of invitations received b-
ing overwhelming. The colonel tole
the Canadian Associated P-"ss reprp
sentative today that he had no as*
for military aeroplanes.
"You will get just as good resnlt-
by climbing a mountain or cnurch
steple." he said at an army eounci'
dinner the other night which all tbc
Canadian officers attended. Colon e
Hrghes responded to tTie toast of thf
overseas forces.
- It will be remembered that the
aeroplane scouts caused the abandon
ment of the recent manoeuvres owing
to their efficient work in keeping fr
touch with the movements of the
troops on both sides.
Ulster Unionists have approached
more than one of the party for expressions of sympathy and encourage
ment, but those approached deemed li
wiser to keep free of such matters.
IN THE NORTH WOODS
Fate protects the unprotected.
PATHE'S  WEEKLY  NEWS.
Vitagraph Special  Feature.
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
The greatest patriotic Inspirational
ever uttered or delivered. It will nil
the people with enthusiasm. It wlll
be a celebration and an ovation.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING
SEPT. 30 AND OCTOBER lst
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See our 95c Bins. See our 95c Baskets.       See our 95c Hangers.
BUT SHOP EARLY
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Sole agents for Westminster for the famous K Boots.    Depot for
Leckle's Boots and Ahren's School Shoes.
A  $20,000  Stock to Select From
PEACE PROSPECTS ARE
BRIGHT IN UTAH
NOW
Salt Lake. ITtsih. Sept. 26���T" determine on what b*s's **** stove^or
oan use his power to bring about
peace between the rrlne ow��*t�� and
t**e Western Federate* of M'nerS at
Bingham, floverpor William 3*ry stn**
ferred todav with &. L. w"de b'is<-
"ess a</ent of the Steam Shovelmen's ���
V**'eri h***"*. . '
Th. ohter* rf *he conference is to
dT'rte ��Wt*��r the mvrrpnr shall re-
aognlzo the Western Federation of
M'nerV "tf'c'alB 'is rowreiontst'ves r*t
.*i*m gt-iyer"! in *ht* negotiations with
���he iT'rt4 onera^ori.
Tf Overro- S%rv ret"*ni to *-��co��f-'
"''e the i'nion tha ctlook will ba.
Hwmv. P"ac T-T"ipect' at preierit.
however, nro bright. More daplity
��be*ifts were sect to Blnsham last
night.
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YOU WILL fIND THAT OUR IDEA
Of $ftpr Complete Satisfaction
Is Whatever Satisfies You
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credit on us���must satisfy your every
requirement in the particular service/ for
which it is intended. It must enthuse you
loiHe point that you recommend it to
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OTHERWISE we do not want to sefefcltt
that article.
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basis of value we want you to judge jjist
how much of your business it pays j^iii ,t0
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 27,  13T2.
INVESTIGATION IN
CHICAGO COMMENCES
Two Men,   Many Women   Arrested���
$10,000 Bank of Montreal Loot
Recovered.
Chicago, Sept 26��� Two more men
were taken Into custody yesterday
and are being held in connection with
the $272,000 robbery of the Bank of
Montreal branch at New Westminster.
They are Henry Holtman and Harry
Blair. Both were questioned by Captain J. J. Halpln, who was not satis-
fled with their stories and ordered
them to be locked np. No formal
charge was placed against them.
That they are not members of the
robber gang who brought $150,000 of
tbe stolen bank loot to Chicago and
escaped after beating up Lieut. B. J.
Burns, who tried to arrest them, was
admitted. It Is believed by the police
tbat the pair know something of the
movements of the robbers and that
they w��re with the gang at the saloon of James Sidlas, In South Wa
bash avenue.
"We can't make public now what
we expect to get trom these men or
the purpose of their arrest," say the
police. "They have told *s somo
things, but not all they know." '
There was another wholesale arrest
of women who have been frequenters
of the Greek saloon on Wabash avenue yesterday. Among them were
Mrs. Effa Johnson, sweetheart of Sidlas, who conducts a resort over tho
Greek saloonkeeper's place; Kittle
K'-llv. and a v. oman known as
nianclie. Kittle Kelly Identified a photograph bf "Doc" Dalzell, who Is being sought by the police as one of the
gang. Other women are said to have
i unuited they hnd seen some of the
��� t whose photographs are in the
hands cf the police about the saloon.
Mrs. Jeanette Little, believed to be
a friend of one of the robbers, is being sought. She eluded detectives
watching her at LaPorte. Ind., and
came here.
Captain J. J. Mahoney   and   Lieut.
Burns, who are facing charges of neglect cf duty and Inefficiency as a result of the burglars' escape appeared
before  the  civil   service   commission
for trial   yesterday   afternoon.     The
case was continued to next Tuesday
by agreement of both sides.   Neither
Burns nor Mahoney had anything to
say.    They  were represented  b.v  Attorney M. P. Sullivan. Attorney Mile.'
J. Devine, a witness   for   Sidlas, was
present and joined in the conference
that preceded the setting of the case
fr trial.    Devlne and  Sidias   are the
men. who. gave the pollce the robber
"tip" and although  Devlne is record
Pd as a  witness for the prosecution,
he will do all he can to exonerate the
police officers, he says.
Mayor    Harrison    during   the   day
beard two versions of the robbers' escape and the police bungling that allowed  it.    Assistant Chief  Schuettle:
and Attorney Devine were   the mayor's informants.   The executive made-
it plain there would be a thorough in
vestlgation and that he was not sat
isfled with the work of Mahoney and
Burns.
The "let George do it" attitude of
Captain Mahoney, the mayor said, did
not strike him as showing police in
terest or efficiency and nurns' at
tempt to arrest two well-known hank
robbers single-handed indicated tc
him an investigation was needed.
"From what I have heard It looks
like a badly bungled piece of work."
the mayor asserted. "I don't want to
say much at this time, for the matter
Is in the hands of the civil service
commission, bnt thero is going to be
a complete investigation."
The mayor intimated the invos'.lga-
tioh IjKely wonld go further than the
determining of the truth or falsity of
the formal charges against the two
accused officers. He eyprcssed interest in the recovery of the $10,000
stolen Canadian currency, secured b\
Assistant Chief Schuettler after repeated sweating of Sidias. The sa
loon keeper is declared to have had
this money in h's possession on the
afternoon of the day lie and his attorney cave the police the "tip."
Sidias was arrested last nl?ht. He
waB 'sken on the formal charge o'
receiving stolen property. He wat
said to have turned over to the pollc*
yesterday a large amount of Canadi'"'
money, which he said had been hid
den by thieves in the saloon.
dared his firm confidence that International relations were nearing an
improvement and he said it was his
highest ambition to help to this end.
Paris, Sept. 26.���Editor Calmette,
in an editorial in the Figaro, heated
"Too Many Flowers," describes tne
eulogies of Baron Marschall Von.Bie-
berstein as overdone. He admits tna
late ambassador made a commercial
success with Sultan Abdul Hamid
when the latter was ln power in securing the orders for guns and railway concessions but says that otherwise his failure was complete.
"Turkey, was dismembered under
the eyes of a man who had promised
to aJd it," he declared. England was
absolute mistress of the situation and
Von Blebersteln'a death spared him an
even more cruel disappointment In
London."
AGENT GENERAL'S VIEW
Says Cost of Living Here Is About
Same as in England.
London, Sept 26.���Hon. J. H. Turner, agent-general of British Columbia,
writes to the Westminster Qaxette
denying previous correspondent ���assertion that western men are free
traders. ���
"I am quite confident" says Mr.
Turner, "there are few If many free
traders ln British Columbia. Workmen are practically all protectionists.
1 know this well from many elections
1 have run there."
Mr. Turner Incidentally asserts that
the cost of living in Western Canada
is. little if any higher than that in
England.
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BIG LAND DEAL
Three Hundred Thousand Dollars    Is
Paid for Section of Pitt Meadows.
Vancouver, Sept. 26.���Practically
one entire section of fine meadow
laud, located In Pitt Meadows Jus'
east of Coquitlam and near Mission
"Hy, was transferred yesterday by
Mr Alfred Watson, a real estate
broker of this city, to a Winnipeg syndicate headed by Mr. J. C. Campbell,
Cor the consideration of $300,000.
The land is located on the Pitt river
and is admirably located. It ls quite
close to the Provincial government's
lew bridge, or rather the site of that
bridge, and it is alBO near to the C. P.
a. bridee which will soon be renlaced
bv a $2,000,000 structure. Mission
Cltv is close by.
The Winnipeg syndicate will, it is
stated, subdivide the land into market
garden tracts tor which it is particularly suited and place the property on
'The market this fall.
Negotiations for the purchase of the
land were concluded today when pan-
ip?-s were signed in Mr. Watson's office.
SYNOPSIS  OF   COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS.
L.O.O.M.   t
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free cf charge. Apply Secretary,
613 Columbia St. Phone 231.
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion in' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwe.it Territories and in a portion of the province of British Columbia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at au annual reutal of
$1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant ln person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
ln which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land ssust
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and ia unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied tor ahall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |fi which will be
refunded if the rights applied fer are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid oa the merchantable oatput of the mine at the rate
���f fir* cents per toa.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
���oeountmg for the full quantity ef
Merchantable coal mined and pay ths
royalty thereon. If the ooal minlnj
rights are not being operated such returns sheuld be furnishe(| , at least
���nee a year.
The lease will include tlibfcoal mln
ing rights only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever avail
able surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mint
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For fell information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Otta
wa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.��� Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement v ill not be paid
for.
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COMPANV, I TD.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re   the   North   half  of  subdivision
10 of Lot 93, Group 1, In the Districi
of New Westminster.      ��� <
Whereas proof of the loss of Tltl��
Number S458A. issued In the name of
Catherine Frances Wise haa been f'.l
ed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that \ s'lall
at the expiration of one month from
'he date of the first publication here
of, in a dailv newspaper published ii.
'he city of Nev; Westminster, issue i
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
'District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Off'ce,  New Westminster, B. C, September Sth, 1912.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lt is the Intention of the Harbour Citv
Electric Company, Limited, after one
month from the 25th inst. tq make application to the Registrar" of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Com
pany, Limited, to The Harbor City-
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th day of September,
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON.
Solicitor for the Company.
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GERMANY DISCUSSES
NEXT AMBASSADOR
Paris Figaro Thinks Abilities of Dead
Baron Van Bisbcrsteln Are
Over-estimated.
Berlin, Sept. 26.���It is regarded
here as fairlv certain that a successor
to the late Baron Marschall Van Ble-
berstein will not be appointed for
some time. The question of who will
take his place at London is being
most eagerly discussed.
Count Von BernstolT, ambassador to
the United Slates, is popularly regard
ed as the diplomat most likely to go
to the'British capital but on the othei'
hand it is stated that he has impoitant negotiations on hand at Washington, fcr which placp it is understood
he wlll sa|l on Oct. 13.
A   statement    in   the    Frankfurter
Zeitung in. reference   to   Baron   Von
BIebert8ein is attract:ng much attention.   It is contributtil by the paper's
Constantinople     correspond ont     win
lived In the same hotel with the lite
ambassador at   the   Turkish   capl'al.
The   correspondent   Is "visiting   Germany Just now and talked with Baron
Von Bieberineln   a few days  beLve
his death.
At that    time    the ambassador da-
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
mirsuant to Section 150 of the Land
Registry Act I intend at the expira-
Mon of Thirty (30) days from the
date hereof to cancpl the registrator
of a certain agreement dated the 2Sth
day of November, 1910, made be
tween Harry J. Morrison, of Vancou
ver, B. C, as Vendor and William F
Monorieff as Vendee, in which said
Agreement the said Vendor agreed to
���sell to the said Vendee Lot Five (5)
:n the Subdivision of District Loi
Three hundred and fiftv-eight (358)
N'ew Westminster District, according
to a plan deposited in the Land Reg
istry Office at New  Westminster, B.
r*
And I do order that publication of
this notice ars number 1729, for one
month ln the daily newspaper published in New Westminster shall he
good  and  sufficient  service.
Dated  at New  Westminster, B. C.
this 7th day of September, A. D. 1912.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
541 Front Street      N'-- City Market
NOTICE!
NOTICE is herpby given that pursuant to Section llj cf the Land R��g
istry . ,t, I intend at the expiration
of 30 days from the date hereof to
cancel fhe registration Of a certain
Agreement cf Sale dated Nov. 29th.
1910, made between William F. Mori-
crielT (whose name lb sometimes
spelled "Moncrelft") at Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife of Albert
Vater) a3 Vendee, and on November
29th, 1910, a certain Agreement of
Sale made between the aforesaid
Jar.e'A. Voter, as Vendor and Thomas
Davis Morgan as Vendee, ln whloh
said Agreement tlie said Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lot
five (5) in subdivis:on of District Lot
Three Hundred and fiftv-eight (35S).
New Westminster D strict, according
to a plan of same deposited in the
Land Registry Office at the City of
New Westminster. B. C. wh:ch appli
cation was made by John Buchanan
"hose address was 310 Hastings St
Vancouver, B. C. as agent for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication of this
Notice for one month in the dailv
newspaper published at New West
minster, B. C., shall be good and sufficient service.
DATED at NEW WESTMINSTER
th's twenty-mird day of September.
1912.
To���
WILLIAM  F.  MONCRTEFF.
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVIS MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C.  S. KEITH.
District Registrar
EDMONDS
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 6,  City   Block   13, City of
New Westminster.  ^
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued to
Edward B. Wetenhall, on the 16th day
of October, 1912, unless in the meantime   a   valid   objection   thereto    be
made to me In writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest therein, or la aay part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.   C, 12th   September, 1912.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC 8fENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work subtly con-
Udential. M. Broten, Room ti, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.   '
The perse* at persons having la
thetr eustedy er possesion the following Title Deeds relating ts the said
property are requested ts dsllvsr the
same ts the uadersigaed.
See list aaaeied.
C. S. KBITH.
District Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July, ll����. the Crewe te
William Drisoell Gsesett, Great la fee
of Let S.
2. 1st March, 1171, William Oris
coll Gsesett ts Ella Lews, Ceaveyaact
la fee of said Let
3. 2nd Angust, 1SS2, Ella Lowe, by
her Attorney-in-fact, William Meresby
to John Hendry aad David McNair.
Conveyance in fee sf said Lot.
4. lst November. 1187, Jehn Hendry and David MeNalr to Bzra Raa-
kin, Conveyaace In fee of said 1-et.
6. 14th September, 1S8S, Frank L.
kin to Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance
ln fee, (inter alia), ef aaid Lot.
6. 14th September, 188. Frank L.
Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact, Ezra
Rankin, to Edwin Rand, Conveyance
In fee (inter alia), of said Lot.
7. 23rd October, 1888. Edwia Rand
to Wesley Peck, Conveyance ln fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th October, 188, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
9. llth March, 1895, Wesley Peck
to Ezra Rankin. Conveyance in fee of
said Southwest half of said Lot.
10. 15th April. 189��, Esra Rankin
Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance ln fee
of said Southwest halt of aaid Lot,
subject to Mortgage registered iu
Charge Book, Vol. 8, Fol. 518, No.
2222B.
11. 27th May, 1893, William Kent
to Frank L, Rankin, conveyance in fee
ment and transfer of Mortgage debt
and premises secured.
12. 15th April, 1S96, Frank L, Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact Ezra Ran-
kiu, to Noah E. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee of said Southwest half of said
Lot.
.13. ?4th December, 1896, Noah E.
Rankfn to Martha Elizabeth Turnbull
Conveyance In fee of said Southwest
half of said Lot.
14. 29th October, 1888, Edwin
Rand to William C. Coatham. Conveyance ln fee of the Easterly quarter of
said Lot.
15. 4th June, 1889, William C
Coatham to Thomas Crosby, Convey
ance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
16. 29th May, 1891, ThomaB Cros
by, b.v his At.orney-in-fact, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand, Convey
ance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
17. 12th February, 1892, A.-thurE
Rand to John Andrew Forin and Au
lay Morrison. Conveyance In fee of
said Easterlv quarter of said Lot.
18. 21st Marqh, 1S92. Aulay Morrl
son to John Andrew Forin, after reciting as therein recited, grant and
release in fee of an undivided one-
half cf said Easterly quarter of said
Lot.
19 26th August J895, John An-
drew Forin to Vrr-A W. Howay ant'
Rcbie I.. Held. Conveyance in fee of
tad Easterly quarter of said Let.
20. 31st Jnlv. 1904, Fred W. Howay
ind Robie L. Held to Jo3eph Hether-
ngton Howes. Conveya"ce in fee of
laid Easterly quarter of said Lot.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEWS
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Strsst.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light aad Heavy Hauling
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Mineral Waters,    Aerated Water
Manufactured by
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r��i��Dhon#  R   IIS   Office:  Princess St
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Ltsits  Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone KS8. Room 4 Trap? Block
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Die
tator; E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regnlar meeting ef Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F.. is held every Mon
say alght at I s'clsck la Odd Kel
lews kail, csrasr Carnarvon tu!
Blghth street. VlsJtlag bretherr
cordially Invite*. C. B. Brysen, N.
O.; R. A. Merrltkew, V. G.; W. C.
Csatkam. P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Saagatsr, laaaolal secretary.
PROFESSIONAL
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Selicltsr, Ite. B62 Cslumbia
street, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone H7t, Cable address "John
stsa." Cede, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms C and 7 Bills block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, ste; corner Columbii.
and McKeasls streets, Nsw West
mlneter, B. C. P. O. Bos 112. Tsle
phone 710. *
Breaches tkroagnoat Canada map
Newfesndlaad, ue m LeaSea. Bng-
4ud, Ivsw Tsrk, ChUage aaS Bpakaa*.
O.B.A.. aad Msxlco City. A eeoarei
baaklag eMlnses transacted. Lat.
ters sf Orsdtt Issued, available wttk
eerresnsndsat* la all parts af tha
wsrlC
Bavlsgs Baak Dipirtmeafr-Deposits
-esel-sd la tarns of f 1 aad upward,
uid Interest allows 1 at I par oaat. par
tnnum  (prtssat rata).
Tstal  Assets over flll.000.000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Managsr.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER
solicitor aad notary, 610 Columbii
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN Sc CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchon block. New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Ssllcltors, Westminste:
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable addresi
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.C
Drawer 200. Telephone f>9. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
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JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. O. Box 784. Pbone 1066
U. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR ANI
Accountant. Tel. R 128. . Room
Trspp block.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets in thi
board room. City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the l^ird- Friday o'
February, May, August and Novem
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oi.
the third Friday of February. Nen
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or (juarterK
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seere
tary.
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M. S. A.
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WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
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ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. 6th and Columbl.
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Buy and sell new and    second    hand
goods ot all kinds.   Tools especially.
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RAILWAY (0.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a fc.w more dates In September to make your visit east at a reduced fare.
Three trains daily, Tourist, Dining
Cars.
Toronto Express ..
Imperial Limited ..
Soo Express	
8.22 a.m.
S.10 p.m.
2.45 p.m.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
���qpr
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves  Vancouver   for  Victoria   14
. m��� 2 p. m. and 11:45,
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. m. antl 11 p. m
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday.
* ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster. !
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P   A.. Vancouver
Phone R672.
819 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
8ewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.
EXHIBITION SIGNS
!and SHOW CARDS
I 'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
) "������ ii in in ��'ansa
i nw���i nfc tap
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FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER  27,  1912.
SCHOOI TRUSTEES
MEET AT KAMLOOPS
Mrs. Gilley Supports Plea for Better
and Up-to-date Maps��� Disqualifications.
Kamloops, Sept. 26.���At this morning's session of the School Trustees'
Convention the whole time was devoted to the consideration of a number of resolutions of more or less Importance. Towards the close of the
morning's work there was a disposition to rush some of the resolutions
through without discussion, but this
pave rise to such a storm of protest
that one resolution that had to be
passed asking the government to provide for the pensioning of teachers
-was reconsidered, and on the ground
that such a resolution   should   come
from the teachers themselves, was
dropped.. ,
The convention asked by resolution
that the department take steps to protect the school boards against the Inconvenience arising from the teachers
declining at the last moment to accept positions to which they had been
appointed.
An important resolution was that
adopted requesting that the School
Act be amended by the Insertion of a
new clause dealing with the disqualification of trustees, providing that "any
trustee who ls convicted of a felony
or misdemeanor or who becomes Insane or absents him or herself from
these convention meeting of the board
without authority of the board by resolution on the minutes, or who ceases
to reside ln the district, shall, "ipso
facto," vacate his or her seat and the
remaining trustees may order a new
election to fill the vacancy. Another
resolution of importance was one introduced by Captain Stewart, of Point
Grey, to the effect that the provision
be made for carrying out Section 42
of the School Act, which states that
It Is the duty of the mayor or reeve to
submit a bylaw In case thc councll refuses to do so.    Dr. Brydone-Jack, of
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Vancouver, and Dr. Arthur, of Nelson, fathered a resolution urging that
the Minister of Education be apprised
of the importance of appointing a
woman Instructor fully trained in the
Swedish system of physical training
to take charge of the subject in the
girls' classes in the Normal School at
Vancouver, and the one to be established at Victoria. The maps used ln
schools came in for sweeping condemnation ln the resolution passed by Mr.
D. C. Patlon and Mrs. J. R. Gilley. as
follows: "Whereas a map of the Province of British Columbia adapted for
use in our schools and the need? of
the business community is an absolute necessity, and whereas the latest
e.vistlng map is entirely out of date
and contains none of the requisite
data showing railroad and other developments of the last ten years; b?
It resolved that the government be requested to take immediate steps to issue a map suitable for purposes of instruction similar in size, coloring and
data to the best maps now ln use."
At the afternoon session the read
ing of two papers and the discussion
of several resolutions occupied the at
tention of the delegates.
The first paper was contributed b>
Mr. McCormick, of Regina, on lighting, heating and ventilation of schools
In which he laid especial stress upon
the advantages of a form of heating
apparatus whose makers he reported.
Mr. H. A. Malcolm, of Innisfleld,
Alta., read a paper on "Needs of Cooperation Between Trustees,*Teachers
and Parents," in which he advocated
co-operation in the inculcation of tho
virtues into the mind of the child.
A resolution from tbe Vancouver
Board was adopted, asking for permission being made whereby board 3
of school trustees may, If deemed advisable, establish kindergarden and pa-
j rental schools in their respective dis-
| tricts. Another resolution that passed
requested the education department
to investigate the extent and cause of
| the marked difference in the percentage of children of school age attend
j ing public schools.
It was also resolved to request tho
department to provide such legislation as will enable school boards subject to departmental control to hav-j
more latitude in adapting the course
of study to local conditions. The convention by resolution asked the executive committee to take up with the
government the question of the gov-
ernment guaranteeing debentures for {
school building purposes.
SAY   NEPHEW  IS BEING
KEPT OUT OF FORTUNE
New York, Sept. 26.���Charges that
Stuyveaant Fish and his brother, former congressman Hamilton Fish, are
trying to prevent their nephew, Hugn
Nortbcote, who Ib in an insane asylum In England, from enjoying any of
the $59,000 income left by his grandfather, Hamilton Flsh, are made ln
papers filed in the state courts here
by attorneys representing Bernard
j Hollo, a London stock broker, who
has been appointed ln England as
trustee of Northcote's property.
While Northcote has property In
trust, aggregating $1,600,000, the only
part of lt In England is a fund on
which the income is $6700 a year.
Mr. Rollo requested Hamilton and
Stuyveaant Flsh, as trustees of the estate here, to send along the American Income to help pay hls accumulated debts, but they refused.
���
FACTS WORTH KNOWING
The Man
Who Saves
You Money
FRED DAVIS
4 STORES TO SELECT FROM���4 Large Warehouses Filled with
Furniture of the Newest Patterns.
.**
We Carry The Largest and Best Stock Of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums
and House Furnishings
in Westminster, and WILL GIVE $500 CASH to anyone who will prove otherwise,
whether in the trade or not. We are determined to move this immense stock in 30 D\YS
and will offer any article we have at 30 to 40 per cent, less than any other furniture house
in the city.
A whole carload   of
BRASS BEDS all sizes
$12.50
Hundreds of Rolls of New Imported English Inlaid and
Printed LINOLEUM to choose from. Per ^O^
square yard ��^Ow
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
DiflilKJ TablCS E^,^S Quarter Oak $8.50
AN EXTRAORDINARY ASSORTMENT OP
r~ aastt Cssssrhayiisn has just been opened up. All styles
larpei Squares &* and colors scotch ^fi 7*
r       n goods worth $15, now fVsiO
BUFFETS in all
styles and makes
$13
lAND
I UP
SPRINGS *" ^^ style"$l-75
f0mmmmms\mt$m**wfKmmm^
Dining Chairs Golden oaf,1 u oA f^m $10
i Iron Bedsteadswith b^ ?&*&& $2.75
Mn^nnoAr  Restmore, $7.25, worth $12.   (9 fll
IMllcSSCS Sanitary Felt Mattresses at JL.JU
LEADERS AT OUR SIXTH STREET STORE, CLIFF BLOCK
Bleached Table Linen
Regular 95c. Sale Price, per yd. - 65c
Regular $1:25. Sale Price, per yd. - 70c
Regular $1.35.   Sale Price, per yd. $1.00
Unbleached Table Linen
Regular 35c. Sale Price, per yd.
Regular 65c. Sale Price, per yd.
Regular 75c.   Sale Price, per yd.
Large Variety of Napkins Always On Hand
Cliff Block Sixth
Street, Phone 249
D    DAVIS  401"403 Columbia
Street, Phone 707
The  Man Who Saves You  Money
ULSTER SEETHING
WITH FIERCE HATE
Troopt Pouring  Into Belfast���Citizen
Volunteers Growing by Thousands
Crisis Near.
Belfast, Sept. 26.���The police were
busy again today, noting down tbo
fiery speeches of the Orangemen'j
leaders at a big demonstration at Bal-
lymoney, County Antrim. Thousand*
of Ulstermen paraded there this
.morning, hurling taunts and threats
at Nationalists and vowing that never
in any circumstances would Ulster accept Home Rule.
The exercise of considerable tact on
the part of the police prevented disturbances, though a strong force of
troops were kept handy at the military depots nearby.
The action of the war office ln sending troops here after he had issued .1
statement that they^vere not needed,
aroused the indignation of the Lord
Mayor of Belfast. Despite his protests, however, soldier* continued to
arrive during the day. i "���
Britain Stand Aside.
Belfast, Sept. 26.���Lord Castle-
reagh, in an address to an an ti-Horn a
Rule meeting ln Crumlin, ln County
Antrim, last night drew wild cheers
by appealing to Great Britain, if It
did not want Ulster i men, to stand
aside and let them deal with their
fellow-countrymen who are trying to
dominate them.
More than a thousand men enrolled
here tonight as citizen volunteers.
Belfast, .Sept. 26.���Regiments of the
Highland Light Infantry and Scottish
Borderers will be drafted into Belfast today, ln anticipation of trouble
on UuBter Day, Sept. 28, when tho
covenant In defiance of Home pule Is
to'be signed by Ulsterltes. .The Royal
Irish Rifles, already stationed here,
are confined to birracks ia readines3
for emergencies.
More than a thousand members of
Young Citizen Volunteers of Ireland
were enrolled last night. The new organisation is to .assist when called upon by the civil authorities ln the
maintenance of peace.'
The demonstration at Portadawn
yesterday was one of the most remarkable of the campaign owing to
the display of armed force and the
pnormous number of Orangemen and
Unionists who assembled to greet Sir
Edward Carson and othe* Unionist
leaders. Sir Edward declared that
they were performing the obsequies
of Home Rule.
Rt. Hon. Frederick B. Smith. M. P.
for Liverpool, expressed the opin'on
that the battle was already won. He
added:
"The government, even if it has the
wickedness, wholly lacks the nerve to
order the British army to use coercion In Ulster."
The street*   ot Beltast .   u�� MU|     -
%tx\\r decorMeft tor fl**wea&y.   -V****** .��:
ha* been an enormous sale  ot Vn'.on
Jacks.
Keep on Drilling.
Crimlln. Ireland. Sept. VS.���lord
Templr^wTi. founder cf tbe Unionist
Clubs of Ireland, at an anti-Homo
Rule demonstration here Ust right,
declared that if the king signed the
Home Rule bill tomorrow it would be
an unconstitutional act.
Captain James Cralg, M. P. for
Down, advised the Ulster mea. to continue drilling.
American Irish.
Philadelphia, Sept M.���Pledw* ol
ot contributions aggregating SW5.000
within the next two yeara to advance
the eanaS of Home Rule in Iccasnd.
were made here yesterday by ����!��-���
gates to the biennial meeting of Bona
of the United Msh League of America.
EIGHTY MIUIOIIS
COST OT MM
Italy's   Little   BUI   for   One   Year-
Hopes for SeWeiaent Ara
Good.
Rome, Sept. 26.���The Turfco-ltal^n
!struggle has coat the Italian WW-department $65,000,000 thua fir. It is
aunt I need. Naval expenses, the nm-
ister of marine stated, have been US.-
OQ0 000 The finance minuter added
-that no foreign loan was needed as
yet. 'the war haa been on for nearly
a year. ��  i
London. Sept 2��.-The Times ape,
cial correapondent at Ouchy. Switsei^
land,   where  the unofficial TurWah-
ltollan peace negotiationa  are -gain* -
on.    telegraphed   v***4��t   yesterday *
""This afternoon the Turkish ind
Itlaian delegates received me atJMr
hotel here, where peace negotiations
have been proceeding since J ���</ 13.,
"I am requeated to atata that ,uw
varloua reporta that h*��a Wf**"* ����
the foreign newapapera w th ��*��*O
the negotiationa are wholly unauthoritative. No statement haa beea 0tatv
tUhe preas. ^he h*oOationa��*be-
[in* con<fuS�� In the atrfeta* **#e��.
"The semiofficial pott* paHeta*av��
been proceedln* VfiMf *��>* ^J*!?'
ruptedly and there haa wer been
any deadlock, tait theprlnclpd question, namely. W" aoyerelgnty over
the Trlpolltan provinces has not yet
heen settle*. TUN ance settled, peaei
Is likely soon to be concluded, as the
other questions are of quite secondary
importance. .
"Consequently    the     negotiation*
n\<*1t   speedily   be   terminated  .or"
might continue Indelinltelv.    On* M
the Turkish delegates wid:   "*�� ara
not pessimistic about the result'"
�����*< v iflHMI    ���
���"MMI PAGE BOBT
WESTMINSTER BAILY NEWS
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ti
Westminster Modern
Business School
Teke the Direct Route to
;-%assville
' There gWTftiittiy routes % which
youhg iftbtt aud young ^omen may go,
but   all' d��Wf   lgafl to the desired
P,M��> .     au��� t-
wi oirrett the one that is
PPA9TICAU AND DIRECT.
P.8.~-DonH forget about our Night
School.
f   Jhtt
Modern Business School
���ftrL: BOUCK
Principal and Manager,
610 Columbia St.
������J'l*
^RJDAY,  SEPTEMBER 27,   1012.
Phone 853
Fraser Hotel
CAFE
IS NOW OPEN
Meal* at all hours.  We serve
the best the market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
i:
WHEN YOU ARE PASSING AND
LET US" WE? YQU OUR RATES
FOR ALL  KINDS OF INSURANCE.
ARE "A MAN OF PARTS"
,IUSt���' KNOW   THAT   IT   IS
IF YOU
YOU
GOOD BUSINESS POLICY TO TAKE
OUT      INSURANCE     TO     COVER
EVERY POSSIBLE RISK.    I AM    A
' ��� ""  *������_ '"
SPECfAGigiirtfN insurance.
.'..:���'  77*.-
Alfred W. McLeod
lOTlNsyRMHCt
657 Columbia St..
Phone   82. t*ia*M  Westminster.
Evenings
Long evening,, are coming on, in
consequence you will spend more
time reading. Let us help you enjoy
your readlni'jtf/'fitting you up with
tjakkes. VYSjjtta'n Supply the very best
lenses made1 aj:>half the price that
some othera jjharge. Whatever y-ju
do don't buy?f(Wm any but reputable
dealers. Beware of the transient���he
will do.youaure. We guarantee every
caie wc^ pjaHe-to your satisfaction.
50 cents up.
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of the Westmlnater
Daily Newa now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
Mrs. B. S. Casselman will not receive today, nor again until ttoe New
Year.
Until further notice we cannot receive orders for coal,���Gilley Bros. �����
The Fair's great attraction is the
Scotch Concert ln the Opera House,
Wednesday, Oct. 2. *���
The regular meeting of the board
of trade will be held this evening In
the city hall.
Rye bread���like yenr Mother us*1
to make. Eijhtb Street Bakery. Tele-
phone R 281. *'
His honor Judge Howay left yesterday afternoon for Yale and Hope.
Where he will hold court today. The
local county court wlll not sit today
on account of his absence.
Bring your friends to the blr Scotch
Concert In Opera House, Oct. 2.   ������
A successful raid on an opium Joint
in the west end of the,city was carried out by the police authorities last
evening. The proprietor of the place
a Chinaman, was placed ln custody
together with a white ipamfrom Vancouver.
A Vitagraph special feature. "Lin
coin's Gettysburg Address." Thp
greatest patriotic inspirational ever
uttered or delivered. It will fill the
people with enthusiasm. It will be o
celebration and an ovation. At the
Edison theatre Friday and Saturday. ���
Branch No. 178 of the Journeymen
Tailors' Union of North America has
demanded an Increase in the piece
work scale from second class to first
class rate. Mr. J. P. Galvin is one of
the first to sign the new agreement
which goes in effect October 1.
Piping, Dancing, the Auld Scotch
Songs at the Scotch Concert. ���*
Bishop de Pencier, who is at pres
ent making a tour of the diocese oi
Kootenay In company with Rev. J. H.
T. Perkins, minor canon and scaris;
of Westminster cathedral, who is also
secretary of the B. 0. Church A'd in
England, is expected to return to th*
city on Tuesday.
A Westminster man named Clarence
Sayers was seriously injured in Van
couver Wednesday night, while crank
ing an automobile outside the
Orpheum theatre. The machine mad a
a lunge forward when the spark
caught, pinning Sayers against a byd
rant. lie was taken to the genera"
hospital in the machine.
Don't be one of the late ore3. Se-
1 cure tickets early tor Scotch Con-
l cert. **
The offices of tiie n. A. & I. society
were moveil up to Queens park yester
day. and the management is now
settled in the quarters on the seconil
floor of the Industrial building. The
nark is beginning to take ou a busy
aspect in preparation for the fair
whicli opens next Tuesday.
The finest talent in B. C. has been
secured for the Scotch Concert.    **
A free demonstration on proper
articulation and the cures for stammering nnd stuttering will be given
by Professor O. If. Ennls. of New
York Citv. a specialist, in the Aberdeen school, Vancouver, on Monday,
at 4 p.m. The local school board lias
been notified of the event.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue and 6th street. Telephone R735. ���*
Members of the Adult Bible class
of the Sixth Avenue Methodist churcii
were royally entertained last evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnard.
1118 Hamilton street. The evenine
was taken up with recitations, vocal
and instrumental items, together with
a resume of Uie past work of the
class and also the mapping out of a
program for the future. Refreshment-
were served during the interval.
Mr. E. CalrnB has just returned
from a visit to Victoria. He reports
business improving In the Capital
City with everything In fine shape for
the reception of the   Duke   of   Con
The Atraple Ridge and Richmond
fairs were held yesterday and visitors
to both declared them to be a great
Improvement upon the previous annual exhibitions. The first day of the
Matsqui fair was also held yesterday
and proved one of the most successful events ever experienced by that
district' ���
TRAPP CONTRACT LET
Mlss Laura Rebous and Mr. Arthur
Lebouteller, both of Vancouver, wer?
married yesteiday In this city by tho
Rev. Cnnon d'Easum. Mr. Leboutelier
is a conductor on the Vancouver city I
lines and he and his bride will ro- '
Hide ln the Terminal City.
White Terra Cotta Front on the New
Columbia  Street Skyscraper.
The contract for the work entn'hvl
In the additions which will transform
the old Trapp block on the south sid<3
of Columbia street Into a six storey
building has been let to thn J. S.
WIneland Building and Engineering
company. The Improvements will In
volve the expeadituro cf approximately $30,000, and the work wlll bs
started Immediately. The architects,
Messrs. Gardner & Mercer, unde'
whose supervision the Jnh Is b����lnn
carried out. expect to see It completed
and the structure ready for occupancy
In nine weeks' time.
Though the build'ng will only he
six storeys high on Columbia street,
lt wJH have seven floors on the Front
street tact*. The front of the building
on Columbia wlll be faced with whit's
terra cotta, the first material of Iti
kind- to he used for outside construction In Westminster.
The three new floors wlll.be used
for warrtiouse purposes onlv. Includ
ed In the Improvements is the remodelling of the ground floor stores,
which 'will be made equal to the best
In the city.
wectmin:ter 'Wins
"Dick" J. Lawrence
TEACHER OF
Banjo, Mandolin and Zither
319 Columbia Street
Telephone R1169.
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The most comfortable rooms la the
city; hot and ooU water aad steam
radiator in each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at tbe bar, aad Bret olass cafe run lu
connection.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prep.
Phone  188.
Corner Frent and Begbie Streets.
FOR SALE
Nice new five, room Bungalow, with all modern conveniences, full
sized cement basement, piped for furnace. This house ls beautifully
situated In the West End and close to the car.
PRICE $2800; 1/3 Cash and the Balance to Arrange
For   Further   Particulars  Apply to
Wm. McAdam
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
P. O. Box 874.   Phone 498. Room 1 Weatminater Trust Block.
High Honor at Victoria Fair���Not Mr.
Jackeon'a Best Dog Either.
A Westminster man gained honora
vesterdav at the annual fair at Victoria. Mr. J. J. Jackson received a
wife last evening stating that one of
hii prfie coll'e dogs, "Seeley Solace,"
had taken first open, flrst limit and a
special prize for the best code owned
by a member of the Canadian Kennel
club.
This success was not at nil expect-
pected by Mr. Jackson, as this Is one
of hls second raters In the exhibits,
tie will show his best at the Westminster fair and also at the coming
kennel show in Vancouver.
OBITUARY
MACDONALD���Tbe funeral of the
late John MacDonald will take plac^
on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from Murchie & Son's parlors to tha
Odd Fellows' cemetery. A sister of
the late Mr. MacDonald is a* present
on her way to Weitminster from Retina and will arrive here Saturday
morning.
Many Good Positions
are open to young men and younb ,
ladles ln the neld of "Win-less'' or
Commerc'.al telegraphy. Th�� passage
of a federal law effective O���t ber 1,
compelling all sea going vessels to be
equipped with wireless Instrument!
and manned by two competent n;iera-
tors, haa created a great demand for
young men in the wireless service.
The Morse Telegraph Company, of
Seattle, Wash., operates under direct
supervision of wirele-is officials and
places all graduates in positions. I'
will pay you to write for full particulars.
Jem.
HABIT
The Daily Use of our
CREAM OF WITCH HAZFL
���no other habit will render
the skin so smooth, allay irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn as
quickly. It Is purely made and
possesses wonderful medicinal
properties. Use lt daily, it's a
good habit.
Price 25c and 50c.
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE  57
Westminster Tout Block
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limitei
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATrS and DESIGNS FURNISHED
Stove-Wood
'Phone Rl 140
W. RICH
Teaming and General Dnyiig Contracting.  Furniture Moving,
Exiavatinn.
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
This New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
Heated by steam throughout. Hot
and cold water and Telephone in
every room.
Cafe and dining room in connection
second to none in the city.
The best accommodation in New
Westminster.
Everything Modern and Up-To-Date
SPECIAL   RATES   BY   WEEK
OR  MONTH.
SPROULE BROS., Prop*.
8th Sireet New Westmlnater
One  minute  from   B.C.E.  and  C.P.R.
Stations.
Curtis Drug Store
For--,^.. .. ...
PH0f0i��00D8
SPfCTAfLES
SEEDS
Pnone 13: L. D. 71;
New    Westminster.
Res   72.
B    C.
Jti
-SO
Cp)res,all stomach
troubles, headaches,
sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glass free of charge at
�� sroRf
Montreal.
Fou'hiJiBbri-BaPt of Bank of
New Westminster, 8. (.
"ft
ri*
in the issue of the Westminste
Dailv News on September 20 In con
nection with the description of ;i
building to h" erected by'tfo< Moos
Temple company on parnanrnu stroe'
for the lodge quarters ii "as state)
that a bar would he r'n in cornice
tion. Secretary J. Hibrnps. of thf
'.oval ()i--i��.- of Moose, state* thai
there will hi' no bar in lh" sep��e of
.i nljtce \*hi**-i* Intoxjcitlng liiinor^ are
sold. Soft drinks and tobacco will be
supplied there only.
Tickets for Scitch Concert at Tidy,
the florist, on Saturday morning.**
Owing to the great popularity of the
northern Alaska run among tourists
nnd local people tiie Grand Trunk
Pacific BteatnShip company, of Vancouver, has decided to continue the
weekly service supplied hv tir?
steamer Prince* Qeorge unt'l the end
of October Instead of terminating the
trip at Triiice Rupert as is the usual
custom in the fall season. It Is expect! d that a large number of people will avail themselves of the opportunity thus presented to enjoy a
few weeks' outing in one of the finest
places for scenery in the world.
K. W. Commons, F. It. Combers md
O. S. Ellis, three members of tho
party rf N'ew Zealand cadets who attended the Toronto exhibition held Iii
Toronto recently, were in Westmin
ster yesterday and mnde a tour of flia
city accompanied by .Mr. Sttfart Wad-!
While the boyB were here Mr, Wad.;
approached    them    on    the matter of
(bribing   the   whole     troop    of     both
Australian iind N'ew  ZeaUmd    cadets j
who are making a short sta" nt Van-1
couver .   preparatory     to     r��t-rnl"'? f
homo,  to come over and attend    tlie
.  opening of the fair on Tuesday.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots in good locations, and
good investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH STREET, TWO
lots, 50x132 each to lane. Price
11050 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. 1315���DUBLIN STREET. NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Price $1j5().; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 60x132; cleared and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO.   959���5   LOTS   ON   TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lots in
the city. Price $300 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
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
in orchard. Price for a few daya
only, $1,100; one-third cash.
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
MONTREAL���QUE BEC���LIVERPOOL.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING EVERY 8ATURDAY.
Wireless and Deep Sea Signaling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
New SS. "LAUKENTIC"      New SS. "MEGANTIC"
15.000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Heaters, Etc.
Sail. Sept. 14, Sept. 28, Oct. 12, Oot. 26, Nov. 9, Nov. 23
First Class $92.50, Second Class $53.75, Third Class $32.50.
ONE CLASS (llj CABIN SERVICE.
Twlr. Screw S.S. "TEUTONIC."
582 feet long, 18,000 horsepower.
Sails Oct. Sth, Nov. 2nd, Nov.
30th. $55.00 and up; Third Class
$32.50.
Twin Screw S.S. "CANADA."
514 feet long. Sept. 21st, Oct.
$50.00 and up.
19th, Nov. 16th.
Third Class $31.25.
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.   Embark night before sailing.   No hotel expenses. No transfer charges.
Company's Offlee: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
H. E. GOULET, Can. Pac. Agent.    W. F. BUTCHER, G. N. R. Agent.
��� New Westminster.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
MEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACHtNE8
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY.
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING   AND  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Provincial Exhibition
New Westminster
OCTOBER lst, 2nd, 3rd 4th and 5th, 1912.
Special Excursion Rates
From Chilliwack and all points on the Fraser
Valley Branch to New Westminster. In addition to regular service SPECIAL TRAIN
will leave Chilliwack dally during Exhibition Week at 8 a.m. for
New Westminster, stopping at the following stations only: Sardis,
Huntingdon, Abbotsford, Claybirn, Mt. Lehman, Jackman, Jardine,
langley Praise. Oloverdale, McLellan, Kennedy, South Westminster.
On return trip will leave New Westminster at lu p.m., making stops
at all stations, arriving at Chilliwack 12:30 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Houses To Rent
IMMEDIATE  POSSESSION
SIXTH ROOM COTTAGE on Hartco Street,    Modern    conveniences.
$25.00 per month.
FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd. avenue, Burnaby,  Modern conveniences.   $20.00 per month.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE on Hamilton   atreet,   Modern   conveniences.
$30.00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE on Tenth avenue.   $18.00 per month.
THREE ROOM  HOUSE on 13th. street.    $10.00 per month.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
628 and 746 Columbia Street, Phone 85., New Westminster, B. C.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED  1891.
We write  Fire, Life, Accident,
and Marine Insurance,
Employers' Liability,    Automobile
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street
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