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 Citizens Endorse Heaps Agreement by Orerwhelming Majority of Eighteen to One���Progressive Policy of Mayor
Lee and Council Sustained���Company Will Enter Upon
Improvements Immediately.
For Agst Spoiled. Ttl.
City Hall No. 2.
.153
6
4
163
Ctty Hall No. 2.
.198
11
3
21i
Queensborough
. 17
1
0
18
Sapperton ..  ..
. 24
6
1
31
Weat Bad..
. 21
1
1
23
Totals
.413      25       9       447
Majority for by-law, 358.
Three-flfths majority necessary for
passing cf by-law.
i As was generally expected the
Heaps Engineering by-law was passed
By the citizens yesterday by a sweeping majority and colncldently another
Valuable Industry of extensive propor
tions waa' permanently secured for
Westmlnater. Qt a total of 4i7 rotes
east at tlie four polling booths, 413
be well worth their while to permau-
ently locate on the Fraser.
Though the lease wlll not come Into
"lfect  until  December, the workmen
of the engineering company will take
possession of the land at once and
the preliminary work of getting tho.
property into shape for tbe buildings
| wlll be started.   The lumber will   be
, alao   ordered   and   shipped   to   the
ground as early as possible.
Start Budding Dredge.
Mr. Schaake Intimates that it is tha
intention of the firm to commence Immediately on the construction of the
Rochford dredge on a part of the property.   Though by the agreement the
company Is only required to erect a
plant   and   stock   in   trade   to   the
value of $150,000    and employ    one
hundred then they expect to expend a
were far the agreement and but   25 ,.. ��� w. ���, ~~rv~�� *��� ���^������� ���
against.   ttlqe papers were   spoiled. \e.vm bordering oa $500,000 In exten
..the   three-flfths   majority  necessary siw��.and to employ,at Jf*st 250 met)
^before the by-law tould pass was thus within the space of ttie next two   or
secure* with oase. - **,---
As the result: of tils poll the Heaps
Engineering company will on December 1 lease from the city with option
of purchaae at a certain time   aad
under oertaln conditions a triangular
piece of land adjoining; tbe Lulu Island
bridge and bounded by Ewen avenue,
Purneas street, and* 847 feet of water-..
Jrontage oh the North Arm of   the
FtMer river, for the aum of $1762 an
tiiiafty ^Bd taxes on the land.   They
#��*itf*M   erect   thereon   within   the
'&P/SBB9B pt one year a plant and stoc*
ta trade not valued under $159,000.
to give employment to on* hun
men  (whlto labor only).    The
is good tor twenty years, though
at the snd of five years the company
pan *��iy the property for $70,6��O; at
TO>tU
��� JfTT
three years.
Oti the whole, the1 vote yesterday
was well up to expectations. Somewhat less than one quarter of the total eligible vote waa polled. It is not
the usual thing it seems when a bylaw
!s pot up by Itself for a heavy ballot
to be cast. The ctty hall booths number one and two were the hu si est of
all, some 375' votes being polled. At
Qucensboro eighteen persons marked
llie  ballot,  thirty ene at Sapperton   . ...._,
polled and twenty three at West End  der the shock of her husbands death
I as also did the other members of thr
family, Although it was said at the
house that the hopelessness : ot Mr.
Sherman's fight agalnat death had
been realized alnce Friday, the Wor
nevertheless was a crushing one,
��� Meet In "" *'--'-"
Surrounded by Family States*
man Passes Away at Home
in Utica.
Sinking   All  Yesterday ��� Convention
Called In Chicago te Appoint
Success or,
Utica, N. Y��� Oct. 30.���After a long
Illness Vice-President James S. Sharman died at his home in this city at
9:42 o'clock tonight of uraemlc poisar
caused by Bright's disease.
lie had been sinking since early
morning and it waB realized that deatii
was a question only of a few hours.
There was slight relief shortly aftei
7 o'clock, caused by an apparent Iin
provement In the condition ot th��
kidneys, but it did not prove real or
lasting and at best gave only teinpor
ary hope.
Waa Unconscious.
At 9 o'clock the patient's tempera
ture rose to 106. From that time hit
condition rapidly passed from bad tr
worse until the end. Mr. Shermai-
was unconscious wben tbe end canif
and bed. beea In that condition >��� for
several hotya.v '���
All the members at tjie family wer<-'
witnesses to the final scene.   In addi
lion to Mrs. Sljerman tlierte were   iu.
the death chamber their three sons
Sherrlll, RIcHanf-ft and Thomas M.
Sherman, and their respective wives;
R. M, ahd Sanford Sherman, brothen
pf Mr. Sherman; and Mrs. L. B. Moor.��
and Mrs. H. J. Cpoklnham, sisters   of
Mr. Sherman.     '
Hopeless Fight.
Mrs. Sherman bore up bravely up
Cross
rand Henry Skip-
Therefor�� Discharged.
on In Qreaaf Attempt-
bcoth.
EDMONDS RESIDENTS
Order Trial to Ba Begun
At the-asslze court yeeterday before
Mr. Justice Murphy, the juries return
ed verdicts pf not'guilty In favor o:
John Conuor, charged with,.assajlt.
and in thfor qf. Henry Sfclpworth
farmer, f Ab*'""""* "
theft bjr
trade, iu
Sklpworsb'
free front in
*M thsVtl
ment, the tria
attempted mi
waa proceed!]
True tills
grand juiy, jt
Ick Amim,jt*-m
Van, theft; 0��iei
Hooley, ���>'at��&\
theft, and  Aiitohto
The court theh gri
sence to the jury uhtil'tMonday at.'.li
a. m.
' ^CAntt^f
' The   Jtery   '���'tim
John" Cqnnor af
Oibb on;ttyee
commit murder, or
^��a^.^f^e  as-
���-��� Hr,' Jfcjrtlee* Ifa-fty delivered a
ludld and carefaiHy watafced aummlue
up. The verdiet Ptts4f Hjauir one.
Henry Sklpworth, tarflitffjifcar Ab-
botsford, waa arnalgneator ttttjtt by
false pretences. . The elrcuEHrtajH.es
alleged were that accused sold ahorsa
fard, ' charge* -Wit!
ences,' in a ,hors��
;-V��s alleged that Mr
presented' tils animal
Otoees, - .
f>wiiag for adjourn
I IMeli Gpnssi for ths
tt pt Frank Ocusalez
^tatonup   W   the
'against Fredcr
^offetace; Frank.
opted murder,
""itoJffeease
:" .-'theft.
leave  of ab
acqultod
ting  Charles
rtimt'to
to do
Lule Birgas Falls after Two Days Battle-Ottaan Force*
Routed -Adrianople Hemmed in-Atrodttw m Women
and Children���Christian Turks Placed Wln�� FtgL&ng Is
Hottest���Greeka, Rejoin Kindred.
8ofla, Oct. 31,-1:30 a.m���After two
daya' fighting the Bulgarian army ha*
gained a complete victory over the
principal Turkish forces. Tlte Turks
have retreated in disorder. The town
of Lute-Burgas has been taken.
, Repulse Turkish Sorties.
Sofia, Oct 30.���It ls officially reported that the Turkish troops at. Adriau
ople have made several sorties chiefly
to the west and northwest, but have
invariably been repulsed.
Deatli to Christians.
Athens, Oct. 30.���New and more
terrible Turkish atrocities In twenty
Christian villages In the Janlna region are officially reported. The vil
lages were destroyed, the Inhabitants
massacred, women and children bein/
bufned ailtSi , '>���*.
It ls also officially reported tha'
three-fourths of *he Turkish wounded
at the beginning of the fighting wen?
Christian* Now oW^Tkbout one-fourth
of the wounded are Christians, whicb
la taken to mean that the Christian's
were placed in the forefront of tha
battle. '
Five hundred Greeks enrolled In thr
Turkish army who managed to desen.
have arrived here by way of Trieste
They marched through the streets
singing wan songs itsjd will be placed
on the.reserves.
German Move.
Berlin, Oct. JSQ.���AJsonii-olticial mes {yonr com
sage from Conatsnltoegla says that at '���
the request of tbe tate aa*} wtth thai-
consent of the tiaraam *tmp*ror, German guardahlp Lardy baa proceeded
for Salonikl, in order, ft necessary, to
bring the ex-eotta*. JUUW Hamid, to-
Constantinople.
Pl*t Plat���ered.
Ltmdon, Ott m StmiPhag ta
trustworthy intonatlm* p plot haa-
been discovered at Beetnt, ta assassin
ate the leading Mapaua reeldanta
In response in tha appeal ot tba-
French consul that*, a Franah warship is now crutalsg in Syrian water*
The Servian legation In London has-
received: a deapateb aaMmcing that
the headquarters of Ow Servian army
were today transferred a�� Uskub.
8uftaat Pnytsr.
Conatantiaopl*. Oct Sa���The SJlta.n-
today sent the Mlontor inaaaage t��
Nashlm Paste:
Tour two tattsthias aanouadns
<he success ot nor artaf eaased great
satisfaction,
well an the
men. Ma*
worthy "
of the
showered da.
surely wtll be
y��a,   a*
officer* and
good OM make you
and the favor
Meesiaga   bo
In tUa world aa tbe/
In the next.   May   (l..������-
%.  a**
please God SfSt pa wis bear
-e���ax
?*beai^��l
to   Johh   Blanchfield,   tlvei
keeper,.GhtlUwack, wlthoi
" "^JJWt'jaiere wfts a|
oalt
,n��bfleld del
ROOSEVELT IN ftEW YORK.
Crowd Yelled for FdTtytwo
Minutea
SpeachmattlnB.
nap* Yorki> ^ct.--.fSi��� Showing   no
physlsal evidence ol the shock of Wa
" n lu-mtftm''
9Wsla\
R wa*
-'���������/-������.*- ���
��s**ilMv*5fM-;-ri***WK;
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I
Harttated-
i*':
w^apaaff w 1^ v
��m
*mffi*
.-i- "tfliokk*
'ahd tb
...prlei ,
'���-��� wKWf^t t^rtaans'i
aUtemcnt-madavW       _
,'ttenit S'!baaUe>ittei< tba result of the
t!SH had been autwunced, *
"We intend starting cohstructlon on
our buildings at once/' he added, "and
we expect thHt wlthfh a very; Short
time   a Wonderful   change   will' be
-  wrought on tlie .property.
"I wish to rejtefate my statement
previously made in caaa any doubtj
. exist wlt^^regard to ctor intentions
that we intebd to permanently ��\stab-
I'sh t'je Schaake Machine Works on
-tho site ahd estetid.thein Into * works
of considerable magnitude.
"( wish ta take this opportunity,'
Mr. SchaaUa continued, "of thanking
all the citizens wbo voted for the bylaw, and also the city council, board
cf trade, Prosresalve association,
Trades and Labor council, the Weatmlnster Dally,News, British Columbian and tlie Vancouver papers for
their generous support of tbe agreement."
Ce flight Ahead.
Mr. John HeMpa, son pt Mr.-B. H.
Itaps, the head*, of the   engineering
pmRany, wa3 o*w in tbe city yester
day watching' th*   progress   of   the
ill.   When seetirby ihe Weatmlhatar
Jnily News he expressed gratlflo*ttoil
It tbe result o**a Vota,        '���'������
He stated thafUhe <Jont����niy ���aa
JHrwpared to go right ahead with tha
establishing of thi worka hn the ,��it��.
Tha machinery and equipment, all of
wbloh bus been wHeoted,   but   held
son order pending the tleetion, wlll
jit tor as sooa as preliminary
can   be   attended, to;   Tbe
bulldln ga were only lh a
w4 8t the pres It tlmo, he
��d'^ftt jVw w��qid be detailed out
mmedfa^Nv  and  presented  to ,th��
.
Sxtmmmtmpaa *m w aa
SaaTslsaL- ^ "to* hm**-   Thla move waa
feet ta dddl "a,^,y "����hOkva��' aa'1T��>��iM
��� *Jt'lLfiiS'- ^Pt*ott4w**W;not then boh
i.   u,practi�� ^Aatw*1n-|migh a'm'ove. ' V}
o.WWaif^^wnsay^ oodrtlfed.
?h& FAtaciSdt* ejUe' h|tv�� 'h��m ��� tenflei
%M wilM^b ^W^Wrttfe��W.b��l��tt!/ th*
new ot*anfr��tloii'ttcvea fa.' Rdm*
5ftv n��me9 hnvBbeatf pbtaln^d. ai
tnembftra ot.tha'tliib. \rh.fch wlMV
fberlHcete cf���'sofcty 'enteftahimetta dur.
ivts. th�� present winter, according tc
plans already outlined.
���WS*f*>MiSrl'J,' ������������.���  a
���Mi
AV-
* Llpton for Wlnitl
Winnipeg, Oct. 50,-*i��r tfiomSs Lin
'on. Bart, whp IS now ln ChJeftgo, will
visit this elty~ fdr the first time next
Monday and will be entertained at
either luncheon or dinner by the city
He wiU visit Calgary next week and
Ms been Invited to address tbe Cana:
dlan club there,
��� * ������<*���' '������   '      ,.
JUst Beat Warataha,
Berkeley, 0al., Oct. 30.���The Unlvur-
slty of California rugby team per*
termed Its most brilliant feat of the
season on California field today, de.
featlflfc the Aaatrallan WaraUha by a
score ���� C to * 1% a gridiron battle
..nai wu�� iciih �����u nu.u ivurfhv tw'
through.
Immediately
Mayor'a
Mr Heaps
Mayor Lee^ai
the industry for
directors of the company,
were not unanimous that
Rewarded,
t trlbul
sto
aster,
he
it would
n good thing to establish the wai*
;hera, hut. JjhfuBnyqr.jrent,to a, ��
deal �� 0��<iwPnilimbnstraUhg1
the officials of the flrm that it.
��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� Sf-pppp pppp
��� 'LA��|T0HAlilbBro.CMIT        '   ���
t  >     B^ON VOTIW LIST   ���
��� Ahy eltlien-eligible tt?? vote  ��
regUter*d, wW iave one  laut  ��
*hh��M 'amJty..'*      w   ** f.  t  ,' A
City 0|a��.Dunc��ft.*aa ar- ���
ranged mattan so tbat tha 0
offlee lirlt^ltjr b��l wiU > ���
open tfoni 9 Volook this mom., %;
Us untir 5 p'ulock this SUst* ���
jioOn, andhe will id8obo,th��fa,��
from 7: W to t monk 'la^Wi
eveuing In order to
worklngnta^ to
last ohanee of
voters' list.
To qualify aa> ���*]
a man must paynl
rent or rental
81 years of nge il
subject.
Thla Is the tost chanoa and
tba duty of, aiidtkana to"their
olty,  their homes and   them-
,^lv~>V'I^W,tod?iy.,
m*i
IQttMWm
Dean's Lawyer and Crewn Prosecutor
Will Present Argaments Temos-
'/row morning.
While a strong f'ght will psr.bnbl;
be wafted by Mr. Adam Johnston..solicitor for Charles Dean, the aMeg$d
bank robber of the We3tminater
branch ct the Hank of Montreal, lt
Is altogether probable that the case
will be .traversed until the spring assises.
Crown Counsel Oraut announced ia
court yesterday morning that he bad
received a communication from Attois
ney-Gcneral Bowser to1 the effect that,
the Crown wished the Dean case traversed until the next asalae court
This coiidiuou Of aia.rs wai picu.c,
<1 In the Westminster Daily News las-
week.
Mr. Johnston, on behalf ��f Dean.
'��<ade apnllcatlon before Mr, Justice
Murphv for an Immediate trial or to
-���runt ball and this will be decided on
Friday morning wnen, both thf Cr-^^
prosecutor and Mr- Johnston will,
n chunoe to present their
i'  , .'������****
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ttoe
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���MJHt-o   ��� ���
wmI a felony.- ���  -
w.S^elfei;
testified that,"    "   *
dealings with
time owed blm
wards reduced- tha d*hf to:
ultimately grant^Hflm     "
gage on the bOrae fj*
and mortgage "wjia
tatters' Protection
Her thought �� irl
'.���>������;
-m**m***i%mm-
IjWKMttEIIB'
BROllfilinO IfBM
*��*���
when he handed tt']
Inrag^inny.     tifj
bone And took
tr^edlt       '*,**��  '���.",-
> ���Cross-examined b/j
to whether he had
wdrtli fbr any aurplfiaS
hls Stwll disposal of thr
MUtphy pointed out
not tryttg a civil ���
ciaesl and wltn
false pretencea.
Counsel Kir ���'
' **fti'
the t*��rre to
;$!liV ,RfiW:;.(��a��; ^het. Brlda of few
- %, '^tfiBl0i-��^^' InainHy
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x Oalgary, Oct. 30,--Regard Bertraaid.
( Who shot apd ldlle* his bride of   a
��� rt weeka with a 'ahtltgun June 1��
it at their home In High River, wn��
aced on trial for hla life bene to-
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: .'/��������� .tii* it,'.J PAQ1 TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSeAV, OCTOBER ii, f0i2.
THRIFT OF THE  SWISS.
������������������*������������������������������
* RATES. O
����������������������������������������������
Classified���One cent per word per
day; 4c per word per week; 15c per
month; 5,000 words, to be used as required within one year from date of
contract, $25.00.
Birth or Marriage Notices 50c.
Death Notice 50c or with Funeral Notice $1.00. Card of Thanks 50c per
inch.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���POSITION AS HOUSE-
keeper In hotel or prlvato house.
Experienced. Address "M," 331
Seventh avenue.
A RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS DAVT
work, 25c per hour. Mrs. Lacy.
Royal Oak rooms, 854 Columbia
street.   Phone 1099.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHEK
desires engagement two or three
hours a day.    Box 125 News office.
Wanted to rent���about dec-
ember lst, comfortable house with
conveniences in good central locality.    Apply at News  Office.
LADY WANTED���TO HANDLE THE
sale of a high class Real Estate
proposition. The property is very
easy selling and the remuneration
���will be generous to the right party
Apply Penticton Townsite Company.
451 Columbia street, New Westmiu
ster, B. C.	
WANTED���BOY TO WORK IN
glazing shop. Apply Walsh Sash &
Door Factory.
WANTED���BOARDERS,   527  Carnarvon  street.    ,
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE
on Agnes street, five minutes from
post office; fully modern, newly
papered; chicken run. Immediate
poesession. Keys at W. J. Kerr, 61*.
Columbia street.
TO LET���A SIX ROOMED HOUSE
corner Royal avenue and Fourth
street.   Apply 201 Agnes street.
TO RENT���TWO ROOMS AND BATH
Moderate.    Apply  1011  5th avenue.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���AT SPECIAL BARGAIN
price and terms, nine roomed house
on St. George atreet, nearly finish
ed. Apply investors' Investment
Company, Curtis block, 657 Colum
bia street.
FOR SALE ��� THAT BEAUTIFUL
lot on the corner of Fifth avenue
and Seventh street, 100x100 feet;
all kinds of fruit trees, beautiful
view, etc., at a special bargain until Nov. 1 only. Apply 527 Fifth
street.    Phone L841.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, 1 WILTON
rug 9x12, 1 Tapestry 6x8, 2 Singer
sewing machines, 1 practically new,
1 new Victor gramophone and records, 1 mahogany musle cabinet, 1
quartered oak dressing table, rockers, bed springs and mattresses,
garden tools and a let of other useful articles, 1 coon coat, 1 Russian
bear, fur-lined, slightly worn. If
you mlss this von will be sorry as
all will be sold at a sacrifice. 627
Fifth street.   Phone L841.
FOR SALE���CHEAP. ARMSTRONG
elevator, in first class condition;
capacity one ton. H. P. Vidal &
Co.
Hard and Perilous Work ef ths Hay
makers of ths Alps.
The thrift of the Swiss turns every
bit of ground In the Alps to Uie bent
account. If a few square yards can
anywhere lie mnde or reclaimed" the
requisite labor Ik imt grudged.
The farmer makes tlie very soli He
builds terraces along steep Inclines,
lines them with blocks of stone nnd
then packs tbe earth on them. Thu*
be transforms the mountain and tbe
rock Into a little patch, where be
plants a vine or raises oats or corn.
Along the edge of precipices the peasant haymaker goes ln search of gross.
clinging to the rock with Iron clampers on hls feet He hangs on the sides
of tbe cliffs which Imprison tbe valley
and mows down n few tufts of grass
LOUIS CODERRE NOW
SECRETARY OE STATE
NEWS    CLASSIFIED    ADS    BRING
seller and buyer together.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the southwest quarter of Section
33, Township 10, in the District of
New   Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 7338F, issued in
the name of George Seeley, has been
filed !��,��� this office.
Nntfpe i�� br-'-by "iven that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
lhe date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
lurlinate of the said certl flcate, "unless
in the meantime valid objection be
nace to me in writing.
0. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
' and Registry Office,  New Westminster, B.C., October 30, 1912.
Takes oath of   Office   While   Messrs.
Rogers and Roche Assept New
Portfolios.
Ottawa. Oct. 30.���The reorganization of tue cabinet was concluded today when Mr. Louis Coderre was
drtorn in the Privy Council and took
the oath of office aa Secretary of
State and when Mr. Rogers and Mr.
Roche were sworn in as ministers of
tlieir new portfolios. The Prime M'n-
ister, the retiring Secretary of State
aud Mr. Coderre drove out to Rideau
Hall at 12:30 and the   ceremony   of
WE HAVE MONEY
TO DISCOUNT
Agreements For Sale
Listing For Farm Lands Solicited.  We Have Buyers
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
on craggy shelves bere and tbere.
witb hls Iron shod stick, provided wltn n^vn] Hiffhnp���
his clamp Irons, a cloth or net rolled
up ln his bag. be sets out nt midnight
In order thnt tbe dawn may flud blm
at work. Dnrlng the two months of
hay harvest he goes down to the village only three or four times to renew
his supply of food. By this bard nud
perilotls occupation an Alpine mower
makes from 3 to .1 frnncs a day. his
food not Included, and many times nn
Royal Highness.
A feature of the ceremony waa the
handing over of the Great Seal of
Canada to the new secretary, Mr. Coderre. With Mr. Rogers and Dr.
Roche the ceremony was simpler aa
thev are already privy councillors,
and it sufficed to take the oath to ad
minister their new departments before the Clerk of the Privy Council.
The by-election in Hochelaga. which
Mr. Coderre has  vacated   by his ac
der some projecting rock be must seek   ^,ep"tance 0{ office wll, take place al
bsd and pass the ulgbt,
Once dried the wild hay Is rarefully
gathered Into a cloth or net and carried dowu to the tlrst little plain,
where It enn be made Into n stack,
wliich Is weighted down with large
stones to prevent Its being blown
away.
In the winter, when everything ts
covered with snow, the mower climbs
again the mountain, carrying a little
wooden sledge on his shoulders. He
loads It wltb buy, seats hlmRelf In
front and shoots down witb tbe swiftness of nn arrow. Thus the hay crop
of tbe Alps ls brought In.���New York
Sun. 	
PATENTS  IN  GERMANY.
TO  RENT���DOUBLE    OR    SINGLE
rooms, furnished, 1020 Third avenue
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     HOUSE-
keeplng rooms at 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���ROOMS MHTABLE FOR
club rooms or light manufacturing
2520 square feet of floor space. Apply to manager the News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
LOST.
LOST-ON THANKSGIVING DAY, A
pocketbook containing money, nava'
discharge and recommendations.
Finder rewarded at this office.
L O S T ��� A CRESCENT SHAPED
brooch, word "Yukon" across lt. Reward at News office.
LOST���ON SATURDAY. $125 IN
flve and ten dollar bills, between
Columbia and Eighth streets, or on
Sixth street car. Finder please return to Daily News office and receive liberal reward. I
LOST���WILL PARTT WHO PICKED
up waterproof coat with pair of
Stoves In pocket kindly leave at th)
Westminster Woodworking company
and get reward
NOTICEI
NOTICE Is hereby given that pur
3iiant to Section 115 of the Land Reg
Istry 7 :t, I intend at the expiration
of 30 days from the date hereof to
cancel the registration of a certain
Agreement of Sale dated Nov. 29th,
1910, made between William F. Mon-
?rieff (whose name ls sometimes
spelled "Moncrelft") as Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife of Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on November
59th, 1910, a certain Agreement of
Sale made betweeu the aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, as Vendor and Thomas
Davis Morgan as Vendee, in which
mid Agreement the said Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lot
five (5) in subdivision of District Lot
Three Hundred aad fifty-eight (358),
New Westminster District, according
to a plan of same deposited In the
Land Registry Office at the City of
New Westminster, B. C, which application was made by Jihn Buchanan,
whose address was 310 Hastings St.,
Vancouver, B. C��� as agent for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication of this
Notice fer one month In the daily
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. C., shall be good and suf
Helen t service.
DATED  at  NEW  WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third   day   of   September
1912.
To���
WILLIAM F.  MONCRIEFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVIS MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar
once.   The writ was Issued today. The
nomination will take place on Tues
d'iv,  Nov.  12,  polling Nov. 19.      The
writ i3 returnable cn Nov. 25.
It is understood   that   the   Depart,
ment of Minos, which was transferred
to the Minister of the Interior about <i
year ago will be transferred   to   the
Secretary of State,  so that   Mr. Co
derre will administer the Secretary o,
State   Department, the   Archives   De
partment   and    ihe   Department     o!
Mines, which includes the geclogica
survey.
It is  worthy of note that  Mr.  Coderre is the first French-Canadian to
become Secretary of State since the
davs of Sir Adolphe   Chapleau.     An-
other distinguished predecessor of his
was  Sir John   Macdonald  who   held
this portfolio.
��� ������ |     Mr. Rogers will move into his new
Thers Inventors Ars Looked  Upon at  o.Tice tomorrow.    He was Minister of
Teschore to ths Nation. | Publlp Works in Manitoba and so will
In Germany n patent is regarded to   M��8  experience  in  addition   to   hls
be equivalent to a  promotion of na-1 jyell-nown energy and executive abil-
' ' .     .    Vi     ������   i. ...... ..#  i(>' t0 a yery exacting  and  laborious
tionnl knowledge liy the disclosure of   department.
n heretofore unknown art. writes. H. | jj'r Rophe wf��� Uring t(J the off,ce or
F. Werthelmer In Paper. The Inveutor Minister or the Interior, good execute Judged to be some kind or teacher (tive ability and wide knowledge ol
to   the   nation:   therefore   the   patent  Western conditions.
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��� P
��� WELSH NEWS. ���
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A writer points out, as something
of a curiosity, that the leek does not
grow wild in Wales, and yet lt ls thi
national emblem ot me Welsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd George, with
one of their daughters, visited the
Vaudeville Theatre, to see the Welsh
comedy, "Little Mlss Llewellyn."        '
The king has expressed   his intention of presenting a lectern Bible for
use   In   the   new church   of St. Ste- !
nhens. to be opened at Cardiff shortly by the Bishop of Llandaff.
Five hundred colliery workmen arc '
on strike at Grate Pit. Merthyr, al- j
leging grievances as to wages not be- I
'rs made un to the minimum award i
of Lord Aldwyn.
A winding fatality occurred at  thr-1
British Top   Pits,   Abersyehan.   Mon j
mouthshire.   The cage suddenly jam-1
med, and Trevor Clarke, aged 14, was
thrown out and killed.
The Cardiff licensing magistrates
have passed resolutions reducing the
hours of opening, and recommending
restrictive measures concerning clubs
and the abolition of grocers' licenses.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   MININO   REGULATIONS.
it is understood that Mr. Pelletier
was offered the portrolio or Public
Works but believed that his action ir
accepting it at the present juncture
might be misunderstood, further, he
had been taking deep interest in the
work or the post office and has legis
Iation affecting it to bring before par
lia"'ent at the coming session.
been stolen flies nn opposition nt thp ' At a meeting of the cabinet thin
proper time or starts an annulling suit afternoon, Nov. 19 was the date flyed
against tbe granted patent the potent   tot the by-election  in  RoeV>]3ea   T):
offlce does In no way care for lhe real
rather of an Invention. To the flrst
applicant Is allowed the patent, and
lack of flrst nnd true inventorship doe*
not Invalidate or bnr the grant of a
patent unless the Invention has beeu
fraudulently obtained or stolen. If
tbe person from  whom a  [intent  bas
Is refused or nniiulled. .Moreover, under certain conditions a fraudulent
patentee msy be compelled by a lawsuit to assign the patent or even the
patent application tu tbe rightful
owner.
vision, Montreal, rendered necessar-
hv the acceptance by Mr. Coderre of
the portrolio or Secretary or State.
On September 21, 1911, Mr. Coderr"
had a majority or over 1800, the En?
lish vote in the municipality of West
mount which forms a part of the d'v'-
For h!s bravery In saving   the captain and a coa3t guardsman when th<=
I Norwegian barque Saluto was wreck
| ed on the Cornish coast last Decern-
J ber, Thomas C. Rowe, second mate of
the steamer Tregorno, was presented
at Cardiff jylth a silver  cup awarded
him by the King of Norway.
a development calculated to have
an Important bearing upon the Industrial prosperity of Carnarvon and dis
'-'ct is announced in connection with
the copper mine at Llyn Llydew, at
the foot of Snowdon. Mr. Howard
who bought tbe mine some years ago
hopes to begin transhipping the ore
to Bremen shortly.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Three lots close to the Court House,
$2150 for the three. Small cash payment.    Balance easy.
Modorn flve roomed bungalow an
Eleventh avenue, $2250. Electric light
and city water on premises.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.If. D. COLDICUTT
FOUND.
FOUND ���FIVE B. C. ELECTRIC
railway pay checks. Owner can
have aame on application to the
Newa office and proving ownership.
Curtis Block, Naw Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
CHILLIWACK FARM FOR 8ALE
Fifty acrei. all cleared but 1V4
.acres, and all imdi-r cultivation, three
-acre orchard; 'Jl acres Of hay. Ten
roomed house, stone foundation and
��� cellar; ham 40xU0 with lean-to; hog
pen 28.\oG; large fowl houae. Perpetually flowing creek along back end
of property; considerable standing
timber; perfect drainage. Price
$21,000; one-quarter cash; terms.
Would consider trade, for revenue
producing city property.
This can be leased. Three year term
ir required for $25 an acre. Some machinery goes with the rarm.
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
Vou may wake up tomorrow night
and find your home filled with smoke,
and you do not carry a dollar's worth
of insurance. A flre policy costs but
little.
Does it pay you to take chances?
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO
Flre, Accident, Plate Glass, Auto-
.mobile. Burglary, Employer's
. Liability Insurance.
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby. B.C ,
This broad principle regulate!* easily   sion or'Hochelaga, going almost sol'd
the status ofjiieraons who have nctiml-1 lv *<?ainst,,Mr. Rivet, the former L!b
ly carried oat the Invention  previous  eral  member,  on  the   reciprocity  is
to a patent application hy another, na   *""7
well aa tbe ouestlon of Interfering ap i _, ��� expectation here tonight is that
nii/.<,tinn.    lii<.h  ,*.nm������ ��� on.. n,,i ��*  '��� despite  Mr. Coderre s large majority
plications,    plicn  uersons are not  nl-     ... ,    .    ., .^ ,,, .
.   . a *.   .uM.-. ...    ... - t....   .  .  at the general e ections, there wl   b?
fected by tli*. patent, for they have not
The mystery of two Swansei
houses which have been vacant near
ly 20 years is burled wtth John Cornelius Payne, aged 85, bachelor, of
Mansel street, Swansea, who died thi
other day. He was the son of a former Bristol distiller.     Both properties
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tbe Yukon Territory, tbe
Northwest Territories and in a portion of the province of British Columbia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental 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 dlBtrict
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant him-
seir.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee or $5 which will be
refunded ir the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of  five  centa  per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal miniii;
rights are not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mln-
ins rights only, but the leasee will bn
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may he considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at tbe rate of $10 au acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 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 111 not be paid
for.
Ii .	
I occupied comma
!deceased throu
1 ed to let or sell
1 the h
positions.   The ]
resolutely refus-1
houses.
heen Instructed by the Inventor. In
other words, they hnve not derived
any new or useful knowledge by the
disclosure W the patent: therefore
they hare a legal right to use the patent for theli' own business, but this
right can only be assigned to others,
together with the transfer of their
whole business. In otber terms, they
are entitled to a limited free license
Infringement suits ar* relatively
rare and by no meana ao frequent a*
In the United Statea. Furthermore,
they are considerably less exiteunlre.
Ozone and Are Sewaga.    	
Oaon* In n particularly antra or ion
centra ted form of oxygen One molecule of oxygen contains two atoms; a
molecule of oaon* contains three atoms.
As only two atoms at oxygen balance
harmoniously In a molecule wben tbere
are three of tbem together In a molecule the third atom wlll cut loose nnd
Hcvk  a  union elsewhere.    The oxygen
a contest.
Col. G. W. Stevens, who recently re
<,i��~r���<i �����, chairman nf the Montreal
harbor board, is mentioned as a pos
slble Liberal candidate, but lt ls con
sldered more likely that a French
Canadian will be chosen to carry thc
Opposition standard.
WINNIPEG   WILL MAKE
PROTEST TO COUNCIL
I    At an inquest at Llansamelet. near
I Swansea, on a farmer named  David
I Davles,   who   committed   suicide,  it
| was stated that this was the slr.th in
j queat at the farm in recent years.   A
I previous occupier was   killed   bv   a
I cart, bis wife died suddenly, and an
'elder   brother waa thrown   from   a
horae and  killed.     Another brother
hanged himself and another previous
tenant also banged hlmaelf.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS
BRING  QUICK   RE8ULTS
EDMONDS
Meat JUarket
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
Winnipeg, Oct. 30.���The city of
Winnipeg will make a strenuous protest to the Parliament of Canada
against the decision of tbe Privy
Councll . permitting corporations tr
place poles on the streets in Toronto.
Irrespective of whether the city '*
willing to grant permission or not. The
Board of Control authorized City So
l'citor Hunt to prepare a protest to
the limiting of the municipal control
of the streets, and this will be sent to
the Hon. Robert Rogers for presentation at the Cabinet meeting, which
has been called for the consideration
of the matter.
Tlmt.    the    decision    or  the    Privy
control   of the
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layer* of Haiwm Cr mpressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and Df SIGNS rURNISHED
litem hns n remarkable affinity tur cur
hon. of which decaying orgunlr mutter j Council  menaces the
Is a common form, and an the grenier! Winnipeg streets Is the opinion of the
part of the organic mutter In the ulr is  controllers
in process of decay the third atom nt j ���
once  uttucks and oxidizes tt,  burning
it up. ���Cussirr's Magazine.
EXOO'
COMVENTED   ON.
80LDIERS   NOT   DRINKERS.
Colonel    Hughes    Says    Very    Little
Liquor Used in Camps of Mllltla.
Renfrew, Ont., Oct. 30.���A letter to
Mrs. M. Dntlor, North Bay county
secretary of the W. C. T. U., from
Col. Sam Hughes, minister of militia,
regarding the sale of liquor in Instruction camps, read by the recipient
was the feat'ire of the thirty-fifth annual convention of the Ontario W. C.
r. U. '
The minister of militia wrote:
"Regarding the sale of liquor in
camtfs of Instruction: I am very
sorry to hear the report concerning
the liquor in the camps. You will
nardon me, but I am afraid your Information IB wrong. The liquor In not
obtained In the camps but, as I understand it, In the towns adjoining, and
there Is little of It used.
"You will permit to say that in
Kingston camp of 1910, which I had
ihe "onor or commanding, there was
an almost entire absence of any klnda
of liquor. No women's temperance
camp could surpass it, I am sure.
"If the dear, good ladies of this
country, auch as you, were to come
out to the camp occasionally and go
around, you would be more than surprised; such a splendid lot of men
wearing the king's uniform and conducting themselves like gentlemen,
with scarcely an exception."
A Ship's 8pe.d.
A ship's speed is reckoned by knots.
s knot being a. geographical .mile or
one sixtieth of a degree. Six geugrupb
leal miles nre nlxint equnl to seven
statute miles, "and n ship thnt sails
twelve knots therefore is really movlnu-
ut the rate of fourteen statute miles nn
bour. It should lie remembered that It
Ih incorrect to suy so many "knots an
hour." pimply so many knots, for a
knot means "one mile an hour."
Lets te Learn.
"I bare jnst lieen talking to a youth
wbo claims to bata done everything "
"Baa be ever wrapped a motorcai
around a telegraph pole at S o'clock In
the morningV
"X rblak not"
"Then be bas a great deal to learn."-
Biruiingbam Age-Herald.
Pfir-i-r A��q'.it*h  r-ivs Large Number
f1���1""'*!!. Many Tcl-in to Co'onles.
London,    Oct.    SO.-  The   continue.'
, e-odiH of ter-ions   from   the   li-'t'si
| lules snd the none Trent of tho !>!rtli
rate are giving rise tn apprehonslot
, In some quartern. The subject WO
j brought mi In the Mouse of Common
I tonight, Premier Asquith siat'iu tha
no less than 270.000 emigrated d'.irin,
the past 12 nun ths.
i     Mr. Asquith did not think the effec
'was so unfortunate,   inasmuch   ns  a
j majority or  the Immigrants  went  t<
the   dominions    flvlng    the     Brltlsl'
. flag.
!     It Is shown that the excess of b'rth:
In  the  United  Kingdom over   death.-
for the same period was 420,000,
Life's Mysteries.
Slick to tbe Ideal and. bug tbe unei-
plained. Tbe people wbo bare solved
tbe riddle of rbe universe at fifteen are
bowled over by tbe enigma of their
work at flfty.
NURSES WILL   ELFCT
MANAGEMENT  BOARD
I
Edmonds, Oct. 30.���The election of
a board of management will be th
principal business to be transacted a'
a meeting In connection with the Bur
naby branch of the Victorian Order or
Nurses, which wlll be held In More-
ton hall on Friday afternoon.
The plans have been progressing
very favorably during tbe past few
weeks and it is expected that a
branch home will be opened ln the
municipality sometime early In Janu
Whan yon hsve spoken tha word it, t���. .,, ^   ���
rm^m,. nfm, r��������� n-h-t. u i. ...mv.h .ary.     The   meeting wJU   open   at  2
FOR RENT
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for club rooms, light manufacturing or living rooms/
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THURBDAY* OCTOBER 31, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE
NAVAL RESERVE IS      MADERO WIIL NOT      BECKER MUST DIE
'     HELD IN READINESS1      STAY EXECUTINGR      IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
British    Government    Preoared    for   Mexican President   Refuses   to Inter-   New   York   Police   Lieutenant   Given (
Any  Developments Which May
Come In Balkan Tangle.
fere in Death Sentence of Felix
Diaz.
London, Oct. 30.���in view of ths
present European situation certain
steps which the British Government,
has taken during the last few days
are significant.
Although lt has not been publicly
announced, it ls stated as an undoubted fact that all the men and officers of the coa3t defense reserve, a
body attached to the garrison artillery, have received commulcations
from the war office marked "Urgent,"
requesting the recipient to stat.-
whether he Is lit for immediate service.
On Saturday It wns announced that
30,000 members of the naval reserve.,
had received warning to hold themselves in readiness while yesterday
the first lord of the admiralty, Win
Extreme  Penalty���Wlll  Appeal  to
Higher Court.
Mexbo   City,   OCt.   30.���President      New  York,   Oct. 30.���Police  Lieut.
Madero will Interfere no more in the  Charles F. Becker was sentenced to
case of General relix Dia.., who  has
day by Justice Jchn W. Goff to d'.e ln
been condemned    to death    at Vera' , ,
Cruz.    This statement waj made to-|^e electric chair some time   dar.n6
night by the  foreign  minister, Senor!the *eek, beginning   Dec. 9 for   tho
Lascurain. He said the entire subject was in the hands of the supreme
court, which wlll decide the question
of jurisdiction.
The president, he added, is disposed to abide entirely by tbe law.
That General Dlai and his a woci-
j atea will be executed at Vera Cruz in
accordance with the decree of thc
court martial in spite ot the order or
the supreme court is the disquieting
rumor that today reached the capital.
There is reason to believe the meii
were placed in San Juan de Ulloa
prison today.
Colonel Diaz Ordaz, chief lieutenant in the Diaz revolt, who escaped In
murder of Gambler Herman Rosenthal, who was shot down before th?
Hotel Metropole here by ganaters Instigated by Becker. Sheriff Harbur
ger announced he would start at oner
for Sing Sing prison with the condemned man.
Mrs. Bac er. the doomed police of
fiicial wife, it was announced, will accompany ber husband to the door of
the d'-nth cell.
Becker's execution will be stayed
however, by a notice of appeal from
'he verdict from the jury soon to be
filed by his counsel, which may take
a year to determine. He was at once
delivered into the custody of Sherff
Harburger, who left with him to tak:?
a train Jo Sing Sing prison, where the
convicted man wlll be confined until
hiB fate Is determined.
the confusion on the day of the fight-
ston Churchill and War Secretary I ingi was captured last night ten mile.!
Seely had a two-hour conference with ] frow vera Cruz. The small forco of
Foreign Secretary Grey. I rebels that followed him to the hills
Though   these   measures    may   b^  i8 st'll at. large,
merely of a precautionary   character.      -with the capture of Ordaz the gov-
they certainlv show that the govern-   ernment expresses the bel'ef that tbe
ment Is keenly alive to the   pouib:!-   Diaz revolt Is entirely ended, but re-   Fredrriek wililam   of Gerrrany, Falls
ity ot complications arising   out ot a   ports  rron   various   parti of  the  re- | From Horse While Huntinn
situation created by the   aensationa'   r���Mlc indicate that much   time must,    xtanWa.    Oct.    30.-The    German
developments of the Balkan war. elapse before   the   complete   restora- j r-r0wn Prinoe Frederick William was
caowN prince hurt.
Turkey May Offer Terms.
London, Oct. 30.���In the.event of a
decisive battle at Adrianople, Turkey
ls sure to sue for peace, according to' 	
George   H.   Vosus,    former     United   Premier   and   Attorney-General
ticn of peace ln Mexico.
GO. TO OTTAWA.
Will
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FURNITURE
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THE FOURTH SHIPMENT OF
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HAS JUST ARRIVED
States minister to Greece.   In an interview today he said:
"The terms of peace will be dictat
ed absolutely by the Balkan allies
without hindrance from the powers.
The terms will agree with those laid
down ln the note sent by the Balkan
nations to the Fortebefore the declaration of war, with the important ex
cept'ons that the Balkan nations will
hold all thc territory conquered by
them and wlll exercise suzerainty
ever the et'jcr C1-iri3tian districts of
European Turkey.
"The Balkan allies arc probably
making every effort to capture all tha
Turkish provinces of Macedonia and
Make   Short  Trip.
Victoria, Oct. 30.���Sir Richard McBride, Premier, and Hon. W. Bowser,
Attorney-General, will leave for Ot
tawa on Saturday. They will take up
certain departmental matters with th?
Federal Government that are of im
portance to the province. The visit to
the capital will be a brief one, and
they expect to return in ahout two
weeks' time.
An importart meeting of tho British Col-.'/Jila I��r-.:.-.'.'.v3 will be held
cn Thursday mcn.lng.
Hon. Price Ellison. Minister rt a~-
Heulture, ha? left for Simmerland to
injured in a hunting accident yester
day near here and is confined to his
residence. He wa3 riding with Crown
Princess I Cecllie when his horse fell.
When the prince was picked up, he
"as found to be suffering from injur-'
ies to the head and face. His injuries
are not regarded as serious. I
The Crown Prince, however, will
ort he nbla to represent his father. <
the Emperor William, tomorrow at j
the funeral of Princess Rupprecht. |
wife cf the Bavarian heir presume-j
t>ve. as had bee.n arranged. His |
brother, Prince Eltel Frlederich, will
take his place at-the ceremony.
It Ib really wonderful how
well this department ls
doing with us. Swell new
garments arriving In thi
morning sre often closed
out by evening. We buy
only ln selected styles of
the very newest novelties,
and we sell them at price.]
much lesa than elsewhere.
Today new Seal Plush
Coats arrived by express
in qualities to retail at
$45, $50 and $35 each.
They are smart, weatherproof qualities, rich mads,
and have t.hat look of real
elegance so much desired.
Fifty beautiful new Tailored Waists are here ln
cualties at ?3, ?C ar.d 57.
INTERVENTION   LIKELY.
I
Vlcnra Despatch Savs-Powers Should
Interfere in Balkan Struggle. i
Berlin. Oct. SO���The Frankfurter j
Albania so that thoy may be In a po- open the exhibition at that place. He Zeltung publishes a Vienna despatch ���
sitlon to enforce their demands f:r ' o"pects to b�� absent from the capital evidently emanating from official j
the annexation of tliose districts."       . for only a few day3. "ources, which says: I
gr ��� ��� "m A delegation of thc British  Colum-1    "Thc time   for i;itcrver:t;on hy t'-iu ,
Turkish Position Favorable. ! bia Canners' Association appeared be-  -ever", irf roar, whether requested or
Constantinople, OcL 30.���The Turk-  fore Hon. W. J. Bowser today to dis-  net.   If Turttey is defeated in the lm- [
lsh commander-in-chief, Nazlm Pasha,' cuss proposed salmon fishing regula-  per ding   batt1?.   between   Adrian; * L-j
telegraphs that a big battle hasbeen  tions.     Among   those   present   were  r.?.d Crn:'.:".*':"-"1:1", 1'. v/'.ll   be   Wj'.,
in progress since this morning.     Th;   Messrs. Bell-Irving, B. C. Mess, C. F.'tice for Euro: c to louk to U=? inter-,
troops engaged  on  both   sides   mini-  Todd and representatives ot the Wai-   ests.  siree  the  i.eMnict'on   of E:-ro-
ber 160,000,    Na?im Pasha says   the  lace Fisheries. Skenna ltiver Canner-  pcan-Ttirkev  could not   b?   to'er-.^fl
position ot the Ottoman forces Is tx-  les, Drainey Fisheries, B. C. Packers'  ner conld the occupation cf Ccnstan
vovable. I Association. Kildallah. and other can- tinorle by another power.
- j Beries,     A   lengthy    discussion   took |    "E'.cr.l ernue'i Vas been snilled and
Powers Are Agreed. place with regard to the proposed reg '. peace can be offered to both s'-Ae.i if
Vicrna. Oct. 30.���The Austrian and ulations. and an adjournment was ��� Bulgaria ts debated, with good pro's-
Rcastan governments have arrived at taken until tomorrow. Alter hearing! pect of acceptance. Austria is cot.
an undemanding on the Balkan situa- the views of the canners of British likely to attack Servia. as that would
tier., according to tho Neue Frle Columbia, Hon. Mr. Bowser will dis- mean Immediate wnr with the Balkan
Presse. An official announcement on cu">3 thc regulations with lion. Mr. alliance. A decisive battle is expect-
the subject Is expected shortly to ex- Hazen, Minister of Marine and Fish- ed In a few days, hence intervention
plain the nature of tbe accord. eries, at Ottawa, during his visit. j is likely within a week:"
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
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THE FRASER-S DES��\rtY.
Throughout thia proseul jear there
have been abundant signs o, it. SPtik*
��nlng in WesUnlaster to the possibilities which lie along the ot'.U ol ***'.&
progress which Is being tsVin hy lbs
present mayor and couoi.il.   Km In tc
one was the majority by w'inh  -lie
money   bylaws   carried   las*.    June-.
eighteen to one ta the majari./    Lv
which the Heap* ��nglnecrli<; bylaw
was carried yesterday.  It is therefore
improbable that any similar progressive measures will be turned  down.
A most important industry haB been
secured to the city and to tue Prasci
river.   There can be no dojot Id the
minds of any who have faith ia   the
future of western Canada that 'be Fraser is bound to play the Ha.u.r part iu
her development aa the St Lawrence
has already dene Cer eastern Canada.
Industry and mill and   elBViuj"    are
speedily realizing this and taking step
to secure locations here.
It is of interest to note that the
president of the Heaps Engineering
company holds the position of chairman of the navigation committee of
the Vancouver Roard of Trade, a body
whose special care is to further tho
development ol industries upon Burrard Inlet That the Fraaer ha3 superior claims appears lo be evident.
fer Company that thoy Verei entitled
to free entry on plaukB, etc., apparently dresaed on one sldtf'inly, and
also reduced sawing to uniform dimensions and commonly known as
"sized lumber." In the exchequer
court Judgment it was *Tutther manufactured," so as to flt it for a variety
of purposes in addition to ordinary
uses of lumber merely dressed on on;
side and consequently was dutiable.
The caBe of the Foss Lumber Company was argued by W. tj? Hogg, K.
., Ottawa, who was realiieil for the
purpose of the Dominion Government.
He was assisted by R, C. Smith. K. C,
Montreal, and Eugene Lafleur, K. C.,
Montreal, upheld the ��� cuntofttion of
the British Columbia luterbats. The
311m immediately luvojM^cj; "was only
$77 dollars, the amount of duty col-
lectsd on a carload of lumber mpon-
cd by tho Foss Lumber Company.
The effect of tho judgment is, however, far-reaChihgy astfiWw&stcrh settlers use many millions of ' dollara
worth of this class of to*t*th lujnber,
much of which is imported from the
United States. ,
It is expected th^t the lumber- interests will make aVdemadd oh the
government for a chafer in the tariff
They contend that' th* lumber Which
has in the pa3t and wlll ln tho future
come In free is not rought lumber,
but a highly manufactured produc'
which the American. f��atvm"l roon ar15
now able to turn out'as* n'result of
the recent invention which makes it
possible to do mucb finer work with
saws.
��� ���>: ���
JURY ACQUITS IN TIO CASES |��
(Continued from page one)
BRITAIN iiOPEFUt
OP INTERVENTION
Turkish Army, v.ith   Lines   cf   Com
muni cation Cut, Is Fighting
fcr Its Life.
RECOMMENDS  BONOS.
Writing in tbe stocks and bonds do-
���partment Of a recent issue of London
Opinion, Sir John Hilhanhs, the well-
known British financial authority, ha.t
London, Oct. 80,--Tho concensus of
opinion here is tint the.Turkish army
under Nazim Pasha, with its line3 of
communication cut is now flghting for
Its Vte and that Saltrtttftl menaced b,
the Greeks and Servians, is   in peril
The Times believes the science o-
'iffln ahout Adr'.tnn^lfl Ind'cates +,ia
the attack deUverwji tliore- has fa'led
This apparently ls discounted by the
fact that Constantinople which 19
bulletining victory after victory has
nothing to say about thla, though it
tells of a battle wen by Aayar Bey
near Tirr.ovo, in which both sides Iod.
heavily. ��� *
Despatches from the.capitals in th;
Balkan slates leil ot unspeakable at
rooltfes by the Turks, who, according
, to theso stories, findin'g themselves
[routed by the men of the allied arm
lies, have been wreaking u terrible
1 ,���:���",r;eance on a����d pje;:,, v:;jne:i a
children.
1 The ed'torlals In tVis ttorh'ng''
I.cnion newspapers are of a more
hopeful tone.    The Stanifard. Times
the following to BBS at the advantages and Daily Wall anj) f0nfident the time
to Investors of the purchase  of New
"Westminster  and   North;   Vancouver
civic bonds:
"We have Tor a long Ume- past tor-
-ommended tbe 4% per eent. loans of
tbe cily of New Westminster and the
city cf North Vaneouver as attractive
securities to those investors who require the maximum yield with absolute safety. The following extract
from a cable message to the Times
���on Sept. 23 is of interest, as it shows
���the progress that is being mado by
the first of the tw* cities named:
" 'There were many interesting features in the visit paid hy the Duke of
Connaught today to New Westminster. Ke saw that Kile progressiv
���city, which has doub'Jed its population in the laat two years, intends to
create important Aoeka in t!l�� broad,
deep Fraaer river."
NO DUTY OR SIZED
LUMBER IS DECREE
Teat Case RecuKv us Qs&i3ion Agamst
Lumbermen by Supreme Court���
Lower Court Reversed.
'ittawa, Oct JO.���Much Interest Is
1 v inm (i in the decision of tlm suprem?
K.-ourt jcBtnrday ia the ea*e of tbe Fob*
dumber ('oniyMiy. of Winnipeg, verstu
tli" Hint! and thn Urithiii Columbia
diiinlicr and fthiagto'Manufacturers.
Thc cane ans flrat beard by the
lien. Mr. Juatice Ctataella, 0�� tlie ex-
chequer court. miio decided that the
diity was coitacUbl* on this class of
lumber, lt wiw wbrnittM to the exchequer court by the Dominion Government as a teet cas�� nnd the gov-
��� ernment sent the ��.au��r to th'e supremo court with tlie object of getting the decision of tin- holiest court
���of the land.
In order to do this a formal appeal
v/as entered and this appeal has been
allowed, and not dismissed, ns wrongly stated in despatched
This means that Mr. Justice ('as-
sells' judgment has fcem reversed an,!
that the lumber in question will eon-
1 Untie to enter Cawadn duty free. The
whole matter at issue before both
���courts was the ijwfiutlon of the construction of thc tmHotna tariff item
No. 504, granting ftee trail sportat ion
of "planks, boards and other lumber
of wood, sawn, split or cut, and dressed on one side only, but not further
manufactured."
Next were tariff items Noa. 505 and
i'06. imposing Arty on similar lumber,
"planed or drrased on one or both
sides, when edges Uiercof are jointed
or tongued sad graved." and on manufactures ot wood not otherwise provided for.
it was contended hy the Voaa l,um,
for intervention Is near at hand and
that the powers will be able   to end
I the war, though   tbe   Daily   Mall  13
(afraid that   the   Bulgarians,   if they
I seize Constantinople, will insiBt on remaining there.
I    The  Daily  Telegraph   as usual   is
! pessimistic.    It thinks Austria's   pol
icy of  southward  expansion  may in
voive Europe.
Confirmation A the statement tha'
the c-^ar sent a mc ;sage cf congratu
lations tn K'r.g Pelrr on the succes
of the Servian arms has been received
in official despatches from Belgrade.
The exact tert of the message is not
given but all yesterday evening papers gave pro'iinence to a Belgrade
despatch announcing King Peter's receipt of the czar's message.
What, if any, efff r t the czar's mes-
age may have bid on the Austrian
..e'uey iB at this 1. oment, of course, a
matter cf pure si wcuiation, but It Is
at least a curious coincidence that tho
official statement yesterday by the
Austrian premier irt the Reichrath
marks a new ooir<t of-view as to the
preservation of the status quo In the
Balkans.
Even mure significant was a state-
jment in the Frer.idenbjatt of Vienna
[the mouthpiece of - the Austro-Hun-
gnrian foreign office' vesterdav giving
a new interpretation of Austria's status rino pollcy hy declaring that this
principle did not aim at the preven
tion of any territorial changes and th
preservation of Turkey aa at preaerf
hut merely at tl o maintenance of tie
Interests of \ne g'-eat powers and i>!
Roumania in :tie Balkans.
"Apparently," says the Dally New*'
correspondent, who telegraphs a kum
mary  of  the   Frernuenblalva  an'ol"
"Count   Barohtold  la qeeornmodatln
li i'i-- vlf to Ihe '.ie*n situalicn."
This highly i:er')r,''iit newa i"d'
eites an almost complete volte fae>
'Mi the part of Auylria,.which it w��u!
be inviffiotts to SUggpflt it* <l'" to l;:t
sla's determination to upheld the lr
tereats of her Slav r'ot"ge<(. it mark
a gieat step taken toward the main
tenance of European peace.
Every possible influence Ih b"inie
brought to hear to obviate that el is'
between Austria and Russia, which i'
the greatest peril of the situation
France has been acting as a direeto;
of the negotiations, and there bavr
been direct conversations between
Paris and Berlin of a remarkably
close character.
The Times says this morning:
"The concert of Europe may not
have averted a local war, but it ha-
heen successful in Its endeavors to
preserve peace on tho continent."
France Mllitalre, the organ of the
French general staff, has an article on
tha general European-.military situa
tion. in which lt concludes thai
neither Oermany nor Austria is prepared for the particular war which
menaces Europe.   It says:
"Oermany having no Interest in, and
not wanting such a war, will probablv
prevail upon her ally to have the wisdom not to provoke"!!/*'
The   main  Turkish ���"^armv,  cut   off
from communication on both the east
and west is at bay and the battle now
going on is probably,:theilast chance,
th" Macedonian army has 10 save.lt-1
self from annihilation,        7^pt *
Whether the chattel mortgage produced was valid or not, Inasmucb aa
Skipworth never owed the Retail Protection Society auy money at all.
They were sin ply a collectng agency.
Whether if the incumbrance was invalid the accused could be convicted
of the crime of procuring money under false pretences.
After corroboration of Sklpworth'a
evidence the court adjourned until
2:30.
On the resumption, contrary to expectation, Mr. Grant was not called
upon to argue upon tlie technical legal
points raUed by the court. Counsel
addressed the jury from both aspects
of the case, following which his lordship summed up. After 25 ipinutej
deliberation -the. jury Joun4 - accused
not guilty and he waa dlsoharged.
Mr. J. It. Grant again acted for the
crown, and Mr. Adam S. Johnston defended Mr. Skipworth.
Attempted Murder.
FIdell Grossi, an Italian laborer,
was charged with attempting to mur-
ler Frank Gonsalez, a Spanish laborer,
on July 31 last, at the corner cf Fourteenth atreet and Third avenue, by
drawing a revolver loaded with six
:artridges and presenting It at him.
here was the usual alternative of
'with intent to do grievous bod ly
'larm," and also unlawful possession
'f a revolver.
John Hammond, a Hollander, narrated that Gonsalez and he were conversing together on the latter's ver-
lie grass. Witness went and phoned
manded ���*?*. An altercation followed
.ind Grossi drew a revolver and point
ed It at Gonsalez; Gonsalsz grappled
with him and they foil struggling in
the gres3. Witness went and phoned
ior the police. When he returned the
revolver was st'.'.I In Grossi's posses
3ion, and Gros3i was on top. The;
seemed to be biting each other.
Cross-examined, the altercation wa
In broken Spanish and Italian. 11
'.r.derstoC.l Italian a l:ttle, also Span
sh. He knew accused and Gonsal*,
but was not a particular friend o'
Grossi's. He supposed Grossi couit'
have fired if he had wanted. He migh
have drawn the revolver to protec
himself.
E'ru2plcd Twenty  Minutes.
Frank Gonsalez sa'd he ower
���irisrrer H.75. On the H->v !n ���-������"st'"-
"������ossi came alon? ard demanded $3.
Witness said he had no money and
could not pay him. Grossi then produced the revolver, as stated by Hammond. He grabbed him and they
struggled for about 20 minutes before
some one took Grossl's revolver away
and separated them.
Cross-e:.amii:ed, he denied having
'ikon I1I3 coat o.T and challenging
".rossl to fight.
Robert Walsh. Sinr.erton, corroborated as to the struggle, but threw no
ither light upon the affriy.
s. a. law te.'.'.flcd that be saw
prisoner strike three blows at Gonsalez with something bright. At dTBi
he thought it was a knife, b-it on going ����� tl'.- ticcn�� he sr.w it wag a revolver. Utoms spectators asked Gross!
'.o g've up his revolver and he responded by throwing it on the gnws. It
-as handed to witness and he found it
fully loaded.
The statement of another witness
going along the sidewalk and turning
watch Gonsalez he, witness, fell
aud Gonsalez at once pounced on him.
Hammond, the witness, and an Indian
also came along. Hammond punched
hlm three times in the face and the
Indian kicked him. They also urged
Gonsalez to give htm another fight.
Mr. Bole���Have you had any offers
of settlement from Gonsalez in this
case ?
Accused replied that a man who
used to be in the police had offered
him $100 to settle this case. Another
man had alao made an offer.
Justice Murphy���This is not evidence at all. You will have to call
these men who are Bald to have offered those things.
At the request of the csurt Mr
Grant postponed his cross-examination
until this morning at 11 a.m.
BOTH BELONGED TO
48IH. HIGHLANDERS
Military Funeral to Be Accorded the
Victims of Railroad Accident���
Rigid Investigation.
J. Foy.
has   in-
Toronto. Oct. 30.���Hon. J.
Attorney-General of Ontario,
structed Chief Coroner Johnston, of
Toronto, to hold a rigid investigation
into the fatal train wreck at Streets
ville Inst night. Upon the outcome of
this Inquest will depend the province's action in regard to the alleged
use of fllmslly constructed cars
which Is said to be a secondary cause
of the death and injury of bo many
Toronto soldiers. An inquest ts als^
being held by Coroner Sutton, or
itreetsville.
The ft Mowing telegram has beon rs-
reived by Col. Sir Henry M. Pel'.att
\. D. C. to His Royal Highness th,
Duke of Connaught:
"His Royal Highness desires me t
���ay how very sorry he is to hear of
'he accident which occurred 1h3'
night, and wishes you to convey tt
the regiments his sincere sympathy
His Royal Highness hopes these in
iured are progressing favorably.
"tS'snod) Car.tain Butler."
It was definitely ascertained todav
that the two men killed were Mack
McMurdock. private, aged 24, A Com
pany 48th Highlanders, living at 474
Wellington Place, and John Ban
natyne. single, aged 20, A Company
48th Highlanders, living at 110 Alc'.na
avenue.
Both men will be given a military
funeral. This was decided on this
morning at a meeting held ln Ccl.
Robertson's office.
The services will be conducted by
Captain T. Crawford Brcwn, chrpla'":
of the regiment, at 2 o'clock or
Thursdav at the Armory, which will
be closed to ail except men in un!
forr. T!'.? V."~'.?.l ".'!!] tr.'.:: plfi'54 !-
ihe reglii'.entai plot in Mean*. Plea;
��.nt Cemetery.
The military funeral i�� a nenessitv.
as neither of the dead man had any
relatives to lcok after the faneral ar
rangements.
The Minister of MlllHs has sent ?
sympathetic message to ths command
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Hp.lifaT. Oct. 30.���There ls an ai;eri
man. named Philip Burge, livinj'
quietly at Rocky Bay, who on elaln
to be the oldest man n British  Nortl
(nocked I'm down.    ^^^^^^^^^^
Flat Contradiction.
A acn sed went into the box and told
in extraordinary tale,   giving   a   flat j
>nnt'-adietinn to all the previous witnesses.    He admitted  taking the revolver vith him after changing    the   ��� ������ ��������� v,ucol
'Till  cartr dge  loading  for shot cart-, America, if not the oldest "-hite *'*h
������'dge.   He askefl Gonsalez for money I ipet of Ki^t Geergp.    M*-. B"inre. whr
lne him.  bi(t Gonsalez refused    pay-  is an Englishman by birth, but car""
���ioif.   Oonsalez also put himself Into   to Canada as   a   vounir   man. Is ll1
'. Prhting position. Witness then fltep-  years   of age.    Hls   wife   is 90   and
ed back aui| drew his revolver telling  their eldest son Is 70.
"lonxalez to stop where he was or h�� j     Mr. Burge enjova good health, and
.vould shoot him.    Gonsalez- stopped.   nt'H t^kes a lively Interest   lr every
but followed witness on the latter re-  div affairs.     A centona'ian only two
turning home, shouting   "Shoot   me,   years younger than Mr. Burge resides
shoot me." at Reserve, Care Breton. In the per-
He, Grossi, told him he would not   son of Mrs. Rory   McNeil,  who   has
shoot him  if he left him alone.    He  passed bor one   h-ndred   and   ninth
^aid he was the father of a family.   In   b'rthdav and is still hale and hearty.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PacSs ftVfi
PROUD RECORD OF
SAPPERTON TEAM
Sportsmen ol Famous East End Celebrate Victories with Friends
:  i    . Last Night.
Loyalty to a lacrosse team was
never shown ln better light than at
the banquet given to the Sapperton
intermediate and junior teams last
evening In Johnston's hall when somi
hundred odd persons enjoyed theni-
selveH to their heart's content listening to a sterling musical program,
ringing speeches and witnessing the
presentation of the trophies.
Sapperton as the "home of good
sport" well earned her name and judging from the Interest shown in the
lacrosse team the rest of the city may
well take off its bat and bow wltb
one accord to the East End. There
were present men of all stations of life,
clerical, professional and business
men. their wives and lady friends and
last, but not least the boys who made
a name fcr themselves on the lacrosse
field during the past summer.
The record of the intermediate team
is already well known; how they licked every other team In the league and
for the third time In succession,
romped away with the city championship. Tbe juplors also made a name
for themselves, and, not satisfied with
playing before local crowds, invaded
the small but growing towns of the
upper country and showed the la-
���crosse teams up there Just how they
play the game In the nursery cf the
west.
Rev. E. Cl. Thompson held down the
chair and In his introductory remark*)
laid special stress on   the   part   per-
Jl
playing rolls for one month.   He belongs to the Hibernians.
The victory of Westhafa' Island ove'-
the Hibernians two weeks ago was disallowed on account of the Islanders
fielding an unsigned player.
So far this season the Westminsters
havo gone through with a clean slate
If they continue In their present form,
the same eleven wlll be able to do.
service  throughout the season.
Two games are scheduled for Saturday, the Rovers Journeying to WeBt-
ham island, while the Hibs meet the
Celtics in Vancouver. A win for the
Hovers would again place.them in top
place In tho league standings.
armouries in the best of shape,' ln
fact 11 very creditable showing was
made (specially by the property of
the Civilian Rifle association. Yesterday he paid a visit to the Urownsvill.j
ranges in South Westminster.
"New Westminster has an ideal
range," stated the captain, "but it can
fctand for considerable improvement.
Four ranges are not sufficient for th':
city, lt has a good back ground and
plenty of scope for a thousand yard
distance."
Captain Moore Bpoke enthusiastically of the showing made by the B. C.
Horse which provided a mounted
mcort for T. R. II, the Duke and
Duchess ol Connau��!'t ca their receu.
visit to the coast." He expressed
much disappointment that tbe trooj
did not make the trip to New Westminster as he felt sure they woul.i
have been commented upon favorably
The inspector will take a trip Up
the valley thijB morning lookipij ove
th6 equipment of the iClovordhlp ani'
the Chilliwack companies. From
thence he will go to Vancouver ant
on through, the interior., He stsyed
at the Russell hotel last evening.
FAST   BASKETBALL
PROMISED
TOMORROW
The clash between the Hustlers, of
the 104th Regiment, and the quintette
of the Columbian College wlll provide
a lively bill of fare on the Armourle-
Court on Friday evening.
Things are all to the good with the
Hustlers, as the team ia composed of
five members of the Sangster family.
The boys have been putting in a good
deal of practice on the courts the past
two weeks, and from all accounts,
the optics of the spectators will have
to be working at full blast in order
to keep track of the period when once
the warriors get going.
The college flve is little known this
season, but If four of them can stand
the same pace as Jack Hoult, the militiamen will have to show themselvei
worthy of the name they go under.
WHAT   IS  STATUS
OF "BATTLING   BOB?"
The announcement that the management of the Royal Theatre will In
troduce to tht sport-loving public of
New Westminster the boxing kangaroo. "Battling Bob," bas caused a
few of the Simon Pures of the city to
enquire into the amateur status of
tl'" "nlmnl.
Wolgast, one of the champions of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the day, is alleged to have gone np
formed by the Sapperton h^v* during j against the product of the Antipodes,
the past summer. He predicted that and as Wolgast's status with the ama
nent year the district of Sapperton teur organizations is ��� about on the
���would not be content with having an same plane as tbe Saltan of Turkey
intermediate team, but would enter a ls with the Balkan Allies, any boxer
twelve In the senior amateur, which afHllated with the B. C. A. A. U. migln
would Anally end up with the Mann run the risk of being professionalized
cup being brought to the shores of the should he gather the courage to ml>
Brunette and the Fraser. I th'ngs with "Battling Bob."
��� Other speeches were made by1 Manager Oillis should get a special
MeiBa* Nels Nelson, honorary presi- dispensation from the amateur body,
���dent c? t'ie Sapperton team;   Howard' 	
Welsh, jnssident; James Cameron,
manager of the Juniors; Rev. E. D.
���Braden and Itoy Govlson.
The intermediate teu-n was present-
���ed v.ttii the Kerr cup by Mr, P. W.
Luce, v ho did the honors in the unavoidable absence of Mr. W. J. Kerr.
This troi>i.y will become the property
of any team lu the league flrst winning the championship of th9 city two
years In succession.
The lockets donated bv tho S^nto*
.Amaterr club were presented by llttli
Miss F. Nelson to thc following play
ers: U. Johnston. R. Chamber*. G.
Atkinson, R. Coulson, H. Sclater, A.
Follis. J. Chambers, L. Nelson, H.
Coutts, J. McDonald. W. Follls, J.
Sclater and W. Sclater.
Vccal and Instrumental solos wore
Riven by Mias Warnock, Miss Chastey.
Mlas M. Chastey. Mr. h: F. Williams
and Mr. J. Speedie, and during the Interval the ladieB of the gathering
handed light refreshments. ^k^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
All  In all  it  was one of the    best  thoughbowle^se^s m^ asjlgh
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Two Varieties of Bowling. -
The Chicago American has the fo'
lowing to say about Milwaukee bowl
ing and bowlers:
���"There are two kinds of bowling���
both of wbich play havoc with the
plus.
"One variety of bowling is played on
alleys, and fs popular only fn winter
The other fs played In the summev
gardens and at picnics, aad attain.)
the height of its popularity durin
the bot months. Having been born lr
Milwaukee, and developed a leanln;
toward outdoor sport, we natural!.'
favor the latter variety.
"The chief object In winter bowllni;
t* to knock down a flock ef pins.
TVipm   are   ten pins   in the Sock, al
featherings of Its kind ever held In tho
c'ty a-d demonstrated the feeling that
athletics indulged In by Sapperton
teams are well'supported by the peo
pie of this rapidly growing section of
the city.
THIRTY RUGBY MEN
Of  Westminster  Will   Hold  Practice
Game on Saturday.
Tie   Westminster   rugger   players j
w'll I'id a practice   match   on   the
Queens park oval on Saturday after i
noon,   Only two games will be played |
ln the senior league on that day and
these a-e hoth scheduled to be played
in Vancouver.
Hi-ring the past two weeks many
fi.rn" r flayers have signified thetr,in-
tent'on cf ngaln donning a uniform together with a number of others who,
while H'cv have never played the
game, have become embned with the
spirt H"d are willing to come out and
try for the fifteen.
Tl e Fhowlng made by the Rovals so
far fls setson,'while'H.could have
1,-en het'ered, le on the same piano
with tho other clubs In the league
when thev first entered;senior companv. This betterment can only coma
thrrnch reorularly sustained practices
and it is planned to have two fifteens
out eV the field Saturday afternoon.
The Vancouver teams are continually train'ng fcr t*etr games and West-
ru'nslc-r must follow suit.,^
PLAYERS  SUePENDED.
'Roueh Taetlo* by  8oceer Men bra*
teen, and sometime* even twenty-
seven,
"To knock down all the pins at on"
fell swoop Is a strike. To perform
the feat in two fell swoops is a spare
To miss the pins altogether le a mis
demeanor and the guilty man is duly
find bv the stern barkeej.
"'Needless to ssy, bowling 's a Ger
man game. *rd is one of the chie'
canned of Milwaukee's world-wide
fame." *
WESTERN APATHY IN
MILITARY MATTERS
Compares  Very   Badly   with   East-
Equipment of 104th Regiment
la Inspected.
That there '.3 a strange apathy towards military service In the western
provinces compared with those of the
east was the impression oonveyed In
the course of an Interview with Capt
F. W. L. Moore, D. S. A., of Esquimalt.
who paid an official visit to the West
minster armouries cf the 104th regi
ment yesterday afternoon.
"I am surprised at the small num
ber of men who are on the roster,"
he said, "not only ln this city, but In
other districts 1 have visited during
the past few years. Having been
brought up In the east���Nova Scotia
  In' fact���It -pa* a common occurrence
Penalties -From  Bxeeutlv*        Iter me to see a city the sijte of Ne*
The a*e bas fallen on/four player*| Westminster boasting of a fully fledg-
OCTOBER BUILDING
RECORDS SURPASSED
"���ST""*?      ~~*
To Date Totals Exceed Corresponding j
Month of Last Year by Some
Ten Thouaand Dollars.
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
31
THURSDAY,
OCTOBER
WlUUN/LUdUYMDNHBrft
TREBKfiEST PUYofOBR TINE
With permits aggregating In Talue
$13,685 taken out at the building inspector's office during the last few
days of this week, tbe figures for the
month have now passed those for the
whole of October last year with a substantial margin of about $10,000 lef.
over, thus creating a new record for
the period.
The call for residence permits continues without abatement and marka
the progress of Westminster along residential lines in a very striking man
ner. Permission to erect four houses
in various parts of the city was given
during tbe last few days, the highes'
of these representing a value of $2500 ���_
and the lowest $1500.
The most valuable permit cf all taken out however, was one for a store
and apartment house to be erected on
Columbia street east for J. A. Constance at the cost of $6500. The contractor tor the new building is L. B
Wood. The others lasued were: A.
Hammersby, two six room houses to
be built on Tenth street at the cost of
$2050 each; Gordon Coulson, residence
on Keary street, $1500: G S. Buchan
an, house on Richmond street $2300,
W. Rich, storage shed on Fourth
street. $100: H. A. Befjnea, cement
block garage on Fourteenth Btreet.
$500: L. Wilkinson, stable on Simpson
street, $35; J. Sieott, lmprwumieirts on
duelling on Second street to cost $500.
The total for tbe month now stands
in the neighborhood of $TW,0��O and
aa today is the last day It fa not expected that the figure will be greatly
enhanced.
PLAYED fWO YEARS
ATTHEPUTHOUSCIiY,
Seats on sale at Tidy, the Florist's.
Phone L184.   Mail orders now.
edWon
THEATRE
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Special Program for Wednesday   and
Thursday.
VTTOGRAPH
RIP VAN WINKLE
Two-reel feature. An American classic
from Washington Irving's famous Legend of Sleepy Hollow. .Robert Mc
Wade, sr., and Joseph Jefferson mado
Rip Van Winkle a standard stage production..
Robert McWarfe, sr.. plays the   title
rote in this' Vltograph Special
Feature.
Vltograph Comedy
NOTHING TO WEAR
EdVsew
CA6HMSRE, THE" CHIEF HEALTH
RESORT OF IWD1A.
DesortptTm. 1 i
Kalem.
THE DAUGHTER OF THE SHERIFF
A Western Romance.
"BOUGHT   AND   PAID   FOR."
Because It Is both human and
humorous. "Bought and Paid For.'
which William A. Brady Ltd., wll)
oresent at the Opera House thi'* evening, is George Broadhurst's groates
Way. Notwithstanding its coraraer
ilal title, it is not1 one of tlloar tfre
some, business plays in whieh thr
^tock-ticker is the villain. There U
no business except the trafficking; In
a woman's Ideal's and1 these- lb tbw end
rise superior to mere dollars.
In an atmosphere' that' Is- MeroagUy
New Yorklsh, the author- aflbws- thr
principle of seir-resoect to flourish
strongly before- the final curtain. Th'
poor little telephone girr wfto Mar
ries a rich bachelor fbr hi* money
even after having had her eves open
ed to hia deplorablfe teeter li�� tome de
coratlons may remind1 one- of a Laur >
Jean Libbey heroihe. But Mr. BrOad
hurst protects Oil's by having her sir
ter say as much.
"Bought and Paid" Fbi"* Is unllk<
any other comedy drama written i:
venrs nnd will Be interpreted by t
specially selected cast. The produc
tlon is carried complete.
THREE 8WEEPSTAKE
WINNERS- fN CITY
Although not In the big money
three New Westminster persons mad'
a killing lfl the Grand Cambridgeshire
sweep, which was drawn In Victoria
yesterday. A Victoria rtian natled tht
flrst prize of $28,548. Second money
went to Vanoouver, $14,274, as did als<
tbe third of $7137.
The successful holders cf tickets in
New Westminster nre those bavinr
Nos. 7709, 39231 and 34692. Starter*
will bring about $400, while non-start
ers about $300.
CITY THeATRC
D. BRAY, Manager.
EARLY DAYS IN' THE WEST
Two Reels; 101 Bison 101.
ORDER: IN THE COURT
Comedy���Reliance..
THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE
The funniest of comedies.
IF DREAMS CAME TRUE
Beautiful Rex Drama.
Mix With the Bunch
THE KING'S HOTEL HAS THE
Finest Pool Tables in tbe City
AU the latest newa ln the apart line.
Kngiish football results   and   league
standings.
John  Hotchkles
PROPRIETOR.
King's Hotel. Columbia Street.
OOYAf
H rfmrrta 1*6
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
3���DAY 8 ONLY-S
STARTING TODAY
ed battalion and sometimes more
"In my younger days we had con-
testa with other regiments for trophies
and the olty that won these Was intensely proud ot the fact, the citizens
took the greatest interest tn their
ltro��ws. I resllse that many of the
smaller towns of  the   province   are
cf th�� genlor Socoer league, and the
penalties handed out. by the ����������;*
nf the leagne should act aa a ����>�����
to all the playersthat rough play and
unruly conduct on the field will not iw
tolerated. ,...,_ ..��� r_
The public have some little say in
t'e ^^��ter by their  jatronag^ anu lack   of   material.
c��mi��pndrtloir la *'�� A��_��� .??""��� '.JSSrtiSKnA' ennlnment.   but   these
for retr
atl? lM.cn in nVnnin^atich arapurlesanA  winlpmetit.   but   these
early wt'en in nfWHng auca    my k   ,f t���ere ,g rea, %     u
InrWiMW��� ������� toj     WL of^eI
B -If ?L ratios will not     Owing to his off leal capacity Capt
son, of the Celtics, wi i uoi iv    -an, ���'0 oomment on the
Th'it'ei
and Anderson,
he allowed. tt- .rran^	
Anderson, oi tne j��M{^w;&��i,l'M���� wddftVna** nooommenton the
M���****?}��� ^LST-SaT. tr*Wein the Balkans.
ENGLAND FOLLOWS FRANCE
IN GREAT BALLOON RACE
Berlin, Oct. 30.���All the balloons 1��
the International race for the Jamev
Gordon Bennett cup. which started
trom Stuttgart Simjlay hsve been ao
counted for with thg exception ot thf
lie de France ^ of which Alfred
Lehlanc France, Is t*e pilot, and Dim
seldorf II, piloted by the American,
John Walts.
According to pmeM figures, the
French balloon, piloted by Maurice
Btenalms. wins first place, bavins
covered about 1354 miles. The Bngllsh bailorn, J'onoymorn, comes aee-
ond: Zurich. Switzerland, third: and
Reichflngvercln. Germany, fourth.
The Zurich, piloted by De Bcanelair,'
landed Tuesday morning near Polozk.
government of Vllna. The Italian balloon A'hdfomeda, R. M. Suelll, landed
Tuoadqy hear the Prussian frontier.
Ming Bob'
The Boxing Kangaroo
- Th* Animal that Has P**t
Champion Wetgast to the
FUeor Twice.
DE VBMtt & VAN
COMEDY, MUSIC, SiNGINO,
It i FBATURlNiJ
MISS    DEVBRNti*..     Va tde-
villeTa most powe.ful teaialo
baritone.
CHAS. MARSH
SINGING COMEDIAN
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size 30 feet by 66 feet.   Immediate possession.
FOUR STORES in the new building on Columbia "street, at the
corner of Brunette street, Sapperton. This block bas just been completed and ls thoroughly up-to-date in every way.
Full particulars on application to
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J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.
Head Office: 28 Lorna Street,  New Westminster.
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
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Ntimtrsal   Quebec���Liverpool:.
Only Feur Days at Sea.
New 3,8. Megantic, Sat., Oct. 26.
Nov. 23..
5.5, TeutMic, Sat., Nov. 2.
New a.SL Laui-entic, Sat., Nov. 9.
5.6. Canada. Sat., Nov. 16.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS.
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Liverpool.
From      From
Portland. Halifax.
New SlS. Uurentic, Dec. 7,
Dec. 8.
8-a Canada, Dec. 21, Dec 22.
S* Teutonic, Dec. 14, Dec. 15.
New S;Si. Laurentic and Megantic, 15,000 tona, largest from Canada.
All classes, carried. S.S. Teutonic,- 5*2 leet, 18,000 h.p., S.S. Canada,
614 feeft. VSjtOS tona. Carry only second and third Class. Baggage
checked) through to steamer ln DomE.  No hotel or transfer expenses.
Company'* Office, 619 Second Avenue Seattle, three doers from
Cherry Strwet, er H. E. Goulet, Agent Canadian Pacific .Ry., and W. F.
Butehen G. N. Ry., New Weatminater.
He Bank of Vancouver
,   A general banking business transacted, drafta and letters ot credit
aold payahle in all parte of the worl*.   Savings bank department at -'
alii ttmtftehes.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
1 ""i1 "
Mew Weatminater Branch, Cor. Sth aad Col
D. D. WIL80N, Manager.
Streets
The Popular pe Store
Open Evenings Till 9 O'c
OUT OF THE
641 Front Street
RENTAL DISTRICT
CHEAPER THANJPMER FIRM'S SALE  PRICES.
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RSDAY
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^^^^^Stick Called VALUE.
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iV Dress Boots, your pick   $1.45
Bee omMMpfatrlag of Footwear up to ladles' alsee, for ..... 9SctS.
lent, fer Westmlnater ter the famous K Boots.   Depot for
Beets and Ahren'a School Shoes.
>20,Q00 Stock to Select front
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WESTMIHSTE^ I&tLTZ NfWS
THURSDAY, OCTOCE."
I*
l
n       f tf if q/* A !the vote of the Electors of the Dls
iSy-L*aW IVO*    lattUA  trict of Burnaby wUl be taken on the
���^ above mentioned bv-law  at the time
������. _ ���    _ _ the
above mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been appointed Re-
A By-law tft Enable the Corporation  turnjag officer to   take the vote of
of the District of Rurnaby to Ralae  l      ������   -���- - "���   "  ������������ ���-������������
by Way of Loan the Sum of ,
$250,000.0(1 tor Street Purposes.
WHKRRAS it ls necessary and expedient that tbe Council of the said
Corporation be authorised to borrow
the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) to
provide for improving certain roads
within the limits of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS It la necessary to
raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS It will be necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty dollars and Elghty-
aeven cents ($2,630.87) principal and
the sum of Eleven Thousand, Two
Hundred and Fifty ($11,250.00) dollars Interest making together a total
amount annually ot Thirteen Thousand, Eight Hundred and Eighty Dollars and Eighty-seven cents ($13,880.-
87) for the term of forty years for the
repayment of the said loan and interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
AND WHEREAS the net value of
the <vhole rateable land in the Municipality according to the last revised assessment roll amounts to
Twenty Million, Five Hundred and
Seventv-six Thousand. Two Hundred
and Five Dollars ($20,576,295.00) dol-
3AND WHEREAS the total existing
debenture debts or the Municipality js
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand, Five Hundred ($1,-
633 500.00) dollars exclusive of Local
Improvement debt secured by special
rates or assessments of which none of
the principal or interest Is In arrears.
AND WHEREAS to provide for thp.
payment of interest and the creation,
pf a Sinking Fund for the payment oi
tbe said principal sum oT $260,000.00
It will be necessary to levy a special
annua! rate sufficient to raise the sum
of Thirteen Thousand, E'ght Hundred
r.nd Eighty dollars and Eighty-seven
cents ($13,880.S7) the amount to be
calculated annually on the whole of
the rateable land comprised within
the Municipality.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1. It Bhall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the purposes aforesaid to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person ot body
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance the same upon the
credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding $250
such electors with the usual powers
In that betea.lt.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
ARTHUR G. MOORE,  Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19, 1912.
By-Law No. 121 A.
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of $50,000.00 ter
the purpose of providing and building
additional sidewalks within the Limits
of the Municipality:
WHEREAS, it is necessary and ex
pedient that the Council of the   said
Corporation be authorised ,to  borrow
the   sum    of   Fifty   Thousand   <$50,-
000.00) dollars te provide for the construction of additional sidewalks within the limits of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, it is necessary to
raise the moneys required   to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit
of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, it will be   necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred and Ninety-seven dollars ad Five
cents  ($2,497,05)   principal   and   the
sum of Two Thousand, Two Hundred
and Fifty <$2,2SM0)  dollars  interest
making together a total  amount  annually of Four TTnousaiMl, Seven Hundred and Forty-seven 4o11airB and Flvo
cents ($4,747.05) for the  temi of fifteen y��arB Iot tbe repayment of thJ
said loan, and interest   tfhereon    as
hereinafter mentioned.
AND, WHEREAS, the met value of
the whole rateable land hi the Municipality according to  ihe  last   revised
assessment roTl   amounts   to Twenty
MiUion, Five Hundred   and   Seventy-
six Thousand, Two Hundred and Five
dollars ($20,576,205.00)..
AND, WHEREAS, tbe total existing
dehenture aebt of the  Municipality is
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand Five Hundred ($1,
533,500.00)   dollars, exclusive of local
Improvement  debts  secured   by   spe
chil Tates or   asssessments   of whicii
none ol the principal or interest is in
arrears.
AND,   WHEREAS, to   provide   for
the payment of interest and the creation of a sinking fund for   the   payment of the   said    principal sum   of
$50,000.00 it will be necessary to levy
a special (annual   rate   sufficient    tc
raise  the' sum    of   Four    Thousand,
Seven  Hundred  and Forty-seven  dol
lars  and  Five  cents    ($4,747.05)   the
amount to be calculated aenually oc
iii.>iMiiM���-,i ,t num ...... ..**���.���.....> ���,-..������-.    the whole of the rateable land   com-
000.00 and  to cause the  same  to be  prised within tho Municipality.
_, ,     l_     .\.~     D����t1     Unt.V      mt     r*nr.���A��� ^.-.l*a\l'      Tl I TTT) T^ V**TO TT      liar.    Ut*
placed In the Royal Bar* of Canada
at the City of New Westminster, Brit-
. ish Columbia, to the credit of the said
Corporation, for the purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to issue any number of, debeutures of tbe
said Corporation to the    sum of Two
Hundred and  Fifty Thousand   ($250,-
000.00) dollars in the whole In accordance     with    the   "Municipal     Act.1
And     the    said     debentures     shall
be issued to consist of 513 debenture.!
each    of the    denomination    of One
Hundred    Founds    Sterling    (��100)
and one debenture of tlie amount of
��69 17s 3d being the Sterling equivalent of $250,000.00 at the rate of $4.86
2-3 to the one pound Sterling, each debenture  being also    expressed  to b"
payable In Canadian    Currency com
puted at such rate, and such debentures shall have annexed thereto coupons expressed both  in  Sterling at*l
Currency  for the Interest thereon at
the rate of four and    one-half  (4 Va <
per centum per annum  payable hair
yearly on the 30th  day of June and
the    31st day of  December in    each
year.    And..qijch  Sterling debenture?
shall  be delivered to the  pun-hiser*
of the said debentures.    Aud hoth a*
to principal ard interest slia'l bi> pay
ahle at tiie Office of the lh. i k of Mon
treal  in London, England, < r iji Toronto, Montreal or, Vancouver, Canada
or in  Ne.v  York, at    holder'* cuiion
'���Andl1'" m^idi'M*, 6f'-the "sitld j-btui
tures s!-,nH be livable on the 'J'i!rty
first d.'.v of l')w. ;..ber''A.vD. 1'852
2.    There .sin'.;] be ra'lpsd and Ie\    '
annually hy a special rite sufflole <
Jtherefor on all rstfible   land withii
the limits of Uie sad Municipality th<
sum of Two Thousand.   Si:,-  Hundred
and  Thlrtv  Dollars ard  Eighty-seven
(ents  ($2,630 ST)  for the    purpose of
forming a Sinking Fund for the pay-
���neni of the ��:i><l debi ntures, and the
> un of Eleven  Thousand,  Two  llun-
<ii> 1 :,  i pjfty ($ll,250.Ou) dollars for
1 eirt  of the    interest  at  the
rati' i: i .:,nj(j( t[,e By|,j special rutn
tu I" i; oiHtlon to all other rates to
he h v���,.. *,*��������� couected in the said
Munici i! ���. ,|���r|ng the currency of
""' s; ;! ������' "���: 'ures or any of them.
Thla f. iv ghall take effect ou
snd Hfin   Mi, eenth day or Nov
ember A, ii   1912,
4. This Il>-]ay, mnv |,e. C|ted for
all purposes u.t f;���. "nurnaby Road
Improvement      !)��� in-muro        By-law,
1912.'
DONE
ll iv
Open
of Oc-
AND     PASSED    In
Council   this   .Nineteen!
tober. A, 1). 1!UJ.
RECEIVED the rssmt nr th- Elec
al an Election tor th
on the day of
1012.
RECONSIDERED and finally acl-.���t
by the Counc'l. signed by in.
Reeve and Clerk and Healed with tli
Corporate Seal all on the
tors
ed
liurpoga
A.D
day of
.C.M.C.
A.  I).
11)12.
Reave.
Take nol ice that    the    above    Is a
true copy of thc proposed by-law up
on whieh the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday the 2nd
day of November, 1012. between 0
o'clock a. in. until 7 o'clock p. m. al
the polling places:
Municipal  Hall. Kdmonds.
Agricultural (ta.II. Central Park,
Mr. Coldicutt's Office, Fast Bur-
. naby.
Hamilton Rond Bchool, Biir/\ultlam
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burn-
Phy. ���
Mr. Ceperlev's Stere. liurnaby Lake.
Lakemere School.* Ijakemere.
Public Notice is hereby given thai
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1.    It shall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the pur
poses aforesaid to  borrow or raise byway of loan from any person or body
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance   the same upon    the
credit of the   debentures   hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding   ?50.-
000.00, and to cause tlie same   to   b*
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada a
the City of New Westminster, Britisli
Columbia, (o  the credit  of  the   said
Corporation for the purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to Issue any number of debentures of the
said  corporation   to  the sum  of  $50.
000.00 ln the whole in acordanee with
the     "Municipal      Act."     And      th?
said  Debentures  shall    be  issued   to
consist of 102 debentures each of tho
denomination cf One Hundred pounds
Sterling (��100) aud one debenture of
the  amount  cf   ��73-l9-6d.  being  the
Sterling  equivalent  of   $50,000.00   a-
the rate of S4.SH 2-2 to the one poun.)
Bterllng, each   debenture   being   also
expressed to be payable In Canadian
currency computed at such rate and
such  debentures  sha!! have   annexed
thereto   coupons   expressed   both    in
Sterling and Currency fcr tlie Interesl
thereon at the rate of four and   one-
half (4 V,) per centum per annum payable half-yearly dn  Uie 2Hui   dav  of
June and the 21st day of December lr
each year.    And such Sterling deben
tures shall  be delivered   to  t'ie  pur
ohfl ��� rs of the said    debentures, and
both a- to prlnclpc! and Interest HhaJl
be payable at (he Office of t'ie Bank
ol M ntn ii in London, England, or in
Toroi  '.   Montreal  or   iu   Vancouver.
Can,"..: i. oi   In  New York at    holder'"
opi '        .   ! 'i .   ��� rlnclpal of the Wtl
deb' nturi       I   !��� be payable on   the
Thirty l :  ���    | ,-.   i :   D ember,   A.  D.
192,'.
2.   Thei ll  l" raised.and lev-
led annual ,   fecial  rate  suff
clem  then I II    ratable    land
with n the I.i ol ihe said Municipality the sur, Thousand, Four
"iin-li-i'd aid Nm' even dollars and
Five Cents ($2,497.'Ci for the purpose of forming a H'tilting fund for the
paymenl of the said d ��� !>< ntures and
the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred and Klftv dollar- . ���':.' .mi.00) for
the payment cf the Inten ��i al the rate
aforsesa'd. the said spec al rate to be
in addition to all other rjtes to be
levied and collected in the said Municipality during the currencv of the
3aid debentures or any of them.
8. This By-la a- shall take effect on
mA after t'ie Sixteenth day oi' November, A. D��� 1012.
���4.   This By-law may be cted for ai'
ilirposes   as   the "RfTRN'MlY   SFDK-
V.'ALKS EXTENS'ON BY-LAW, 1012"
DONE AND PASSED In Onen Coun-
"������! 'he   Nineteenth   day of   October,
A- ti. 1912.
RECEIVED the assent cf tho Elec-
m !.|i election for the purpose on
<hy of -��� A. n., mz.
HEi'CNainBRED and fiually adopted by thp Council, Signed bv the
Reeve and r-|r,rk anc] sealed wifh tie
Corporate Seal all on the
Mr. Coldicutt's Office, East fetrn-
aby.
Hamilton Road School, BuK*Ulam.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Otlice, NcfJfa Burnaby.
Mr. Ceperley's Store, Bamaby Lake.
Lakemere School, Lakemere.
Public Notice ls herefcy given that
the vote of the Electors of the Dis
trict of Burnaby will he takeu on the
above-mentioned bylaw at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. O. Moore has afcen appointed Re
turning Oflicer to take the vote of
suoh electors, with the usual powers
ln that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
ARTHUR  G- MOORE, Clerk
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Household Voters.
Applications to be placed1 on   the
Household Voters' List will fc* received up to November 1, 1912.
The qualification is beta* �� British
subject of full age and �� resident
householder for six monttm immedi
ately preceding the date ��f appllca
tion, and as such houselweMer having
paid a rental value of net less than
One Hundred Dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City Hall, October 10. 1912.
:
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of saie,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strl :tly ��on-
fldentlal. M. Biwben, Room 6, Mer
chant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in IC. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes etreets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock
Club rooms wer Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. viBiting I'
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Dictator; EL A. Bttiemm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Priee, Secretary.
I. O. O. F AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27, 1. O. O. V., ie held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Elphth street. Visiting brethere
cordially incited. C. 'B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Ilerrltbew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, 9:0., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
��H"I NH IHtilllll 11 H"M"M)
���The American
Code
:; ft Did Not Please French
Duelists
tal. Re ts equally familiar with both
weu|Kius."
"Reckon he Is." replied Tuttle. "It
Isn't likely that the p��|>er would gits
sucb u job to a mun who didu t kuow
his buxineatt."
"Monsieur Is quite rtirht Upon In
quiry hv will learn thut M. Cuvilluv ii
one of the best xwurdsmeu and shutl
nut only In Furls, nut in Europe."
"You've-got everything fixed tu ble��!<!
any one you choose, baveb't you?"
The Interpreter pretended not to hem
this.   M. Carlllnr assuiued a bored Iooi
und   returned   tu  Ills   novel.    Tuttle'i
4' martial spirit, tbat had beeu cultivated
: By Qeorge C. Conant :; during ui�� war wan Mexico, was siow-
ly  looming  op In  bis bosom.   He
���i-H-l 1 1 I H l-l-H-H-H-H' 1 I' H-H-
More than half a century ago. when
run roads were first beginning to be
built in America, there were uo railroad kings lc finance tbem. Tbose ln
tbe west etipeciully were paid for. by
the farment living along lbe proponed
line, who subscribed eacb for a auiall
lot of the stuck.
remembered bow the curpa uf "squirrel
hunters." hn tbey were called, to wblcb
{ be hud belonged were relied upon by
| General Taylor to pick off the Mexican
leaders  aud   bow   they   accomplished
, their   task.   Tbe   blood   was   slowly
1 mounting to tbe American's cbeekiTahd
Ore wns lighting up bis eye.
"Now, see here," be said, bringing
his list down on tbe table. "Tbls yere
thlug hns got lu stop,  lf any more ot
fnfka Tuttle,  a   Kentucky   farmer's
boy. returned from  the war iMt^WI I ^*i!^��f.i!L*l^.i?!��!!. l!If-��^*^
ttn> Cnltwi  States and Mexico, when*
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicito,-. Etc. 552 Columbia
Btreet, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code. Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7-Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc: corner Columbia
and McKenzie etreets. New Weat
minster, B, C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHK18TER
solicitor and notary, fiVi Columbi.
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Itooms 7
and 8, Guiohon block, New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin, W. 0.
McQuarrie aud George  L. CasBady.
VHiTESlDE & EDMONDS���Hai rlf
ters nnd Solicitors, Wesucnsie
Trust block. Columbia street. Nev
Westminster, B.C. Cable addres:
"Whiteside.'' Western Union, F.O
Drawer 200. Telephone BS. W. j
Whiteside. Iii I.. Klmonris.
AUDITOR  ANO  ACCOUNTANT
f   j.   A.   KI.'KNETr
Accountant.     Tei.
frapp hlocl^.
Al/i'l I Uli   Sit
it      )JH tllli i I.
BUARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minister Hoard of Truue meets in t''<
board room, Cliy Hall, as follows
Third l-'riday of each mouth, quar
terly meeting on the t^ird Friday o
February, May, Auguet ami Novetn
ber at n pin. Annual meetings m
the tiilnl Friday ot Februmy. Ne'
members may be proposed nm
elected in any monthly'or qiintterl'
meeting, s. H. Stuan Wade. seer'.
tary.
tor
the
day   of
--, A��D. 1912.    ���
C, If. C. Reeve.
Take N'oiice thai th* above is a
true copv of the pinposett bv-lpw upon vhich tin- vote c" iho IHUinic.ipnr--
will be taken on Sii'nrdi^Uhp 2n 1
dav (f November. l'Jl.1. between '.'
o'clock a. m. until-7 o'clijck p.< in. ."'
the polling places:
Municipal Hall, Fdr-ni-d..
Agiicultural Hall, Central Park.
Subscribers
who do not receive The News bettor;
8 n.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In tbls way
may an efficient delivery be main
tained.
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH    WORSTED, SCOTCH
TWEED,   IRISH .SERGE, etc.,   Just
Arrived.    Perfect Fit and Workman
sbilp* Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
erchant Tailor
701 Front Strict
be bnd served nm a volunteer In a rllle
corps composed chiefly of hunters, to
���tid a railroad projected that wos to
ruu close to hls father's farm, /.eke
tiecnuie much Interested In the promised road, which would enable hts father to get Ills products to market and
thus utilize thera. The yuuug man wait
a cood talker and made a tour along
the route tbnt had been laid down by
the engineers, for the purpose of |ier-
minding the farmers to subscribe for
the Btock of the company.
He met with remarkable success.
This wus owlnji to s natural gift he
possessed for demonstrating the advantages tliat the railroad would bring to
tbe farmer rather thuu to any especial
willingness uu his part to take bts
money out of tlie woolen stocking in
which he kept It nnd put It Into tbe
���hares of the rond. When sufficient
track had Iteen laid to warrant a mort
gage those Interested began to look
about for funds io be obtained In this
wny. At thnt time 7 per cent was the
prevailing rale of Interest In America,
wllich was mucb higher than thnt paid
abroad It wns therefore decided to
attempt to place the stuck of the road
In Europe. When the directors cume
to look niwiiii them for a mun to dem
oust rnte the enterprise lo foreigners
they naturally pitched upon /eke Tuttle fur the |iur|H)se.
/.eke nicepleil r tie work ofTered-hs
wus to receive ids expenses snd a
commission���nud. making die Journey
to New Vork liy stagecoach, canal and
other primitive methods of conveyance,
crimsed the ocean in a milling vessel
ond one day appeared In Paris with his
charts timi printed infm-muMou setting
forth the udVuiitngea of his rn llrond
He found certain banker* who were
so favorably impressed with nis argu
ments that they consented to offer his
bonds to the public. Uue duy while
they were making tbeir |irepurutious-
to open Ihe subscription liooks u mail
called on .Mr. Tuttle nnd solicited an
advertisement of the sole for his paper.
the Courier des  .    'fnttle declined
to udvertlse.
The neit morning an article appeared
In tiie Courier ries ��� warning persons
not to subscribe for the bonds ot the
American railway since the road had
not yet been built
fiiless this article were retracted by
the newspaper that published il Tut-
ties scheme for placing his hotuls
Would be a failure lie called at once
lit lbe ollice nt ibe Courier des ��� and
asked lo see Ihe malinger Tuttle was
a long, gillllit, riMvboned AmerH-au ot
the Imcktvooils type, dressed In-store
��� ionics he Had bought for the occasion
'J lie mniiagei wus u carefully dressed
French mnu of aristocratic mien. An
Interpreter was called, und '/.eke en
tered u proiest ngiliiisl wbnt he called
Inm k ti in it l'he manager snld some
thing IN I'lefn h lo lbe interpreter, who
OS Ued I'llltle lo follow llllll lllld led
ll:in to lbe office of nu eleguiilly dress
ed mnn Willi snl In u luMirioiis cliuit
rAidlng one ul Alexandre 1'umus nov
eis ibe interpreter said something In
French to ibis gem leman. then snld to
2eke:
������ThN Is ,\| Cnvlllnc. ze lighting edi
tor oi  our Jfiiirn it     Von  haying  in
Sillied   ll~    I i.v    lid-lining    us   ot    levying
l.lllcl. II;-, II     |||IIIU     I'M.     I     lllive    l.i'CII    in
MniciC'1 m Iiiiiil' mn Here /at you 11)11}
repeat your dm rue it .ton so choose to
do'
"I don't talk any French." replied the
Westerner, "but (hut's whnt vve ct)li
*iich rnsciilly proceedings in pure
Amerlcnn "
l'he reply wn* irntiKinltted to M Cn
vlllue, who gave ihe fnlluwltig rejoin
der to Mr.  Tuttle:
"This Journal, like othprs. Is Itnblp to
prim something that will displease
mine one. Fur the purpose of satisfy
Inu such or defending Its honor a gen
tiemnn is appointed to receive and give
challenge.* to uud from those who lire
offended or offend Since you have np
piled uu offensive epithet lu what has
tieen said lu the columns of tbls papel
111 Cavil lac begs that yuu will do hlm
the honor of giving hlm snlisfuctioti in
mortal combat."
������Well. Ill lie Jlnged!" wan Turtle's
exelaination. "I'm golduriicd If I
haven't u mind to satisfy him by
���lapping his Jaw"
"/.at would lie out of order," unld
the Interpreter. "He Is armed and
Would shoot you.''
For a moment Tuttle wns thrown, an
to speak, on hls beam ends, but be
���una rallied.
, "What kind of a mortal romhat Is Itl
Bowie knives?" ,
, "What you coll znf? It Is not known
In I'aris Hut I have tn Inform yuu.
monsieur, znt since ynu are r.e chul
lenged party .vou have te choice of
(Weapons. M. Cu vlllue does nut care
.whether you choose ze sword or se pis-
of thai waxed mustnehed gentleman tn
tbe American fashion    Uoud luoruln'."
Turning on hia heel, be departed
from the office of the Courier, leaving
the Interpreter to deliver bis message.
Tbe next morning the Courier printed another article about Tuttle's road
that was worse thuu the first. His
bankers Informed blm tbat In view of
these attacks it would be useless for
them to offer the bonds. They would
not be taken by tbe public.
"What can 1 do to stop the rascals?"
asked Tuttle.
"Olve tbem a thousand franc advertisement"
"We don'l do such things In Amer
lea."
"You Americans have not yet learned
tbe way affairs are arranged In older
countries."
"Hold on a few days. Don't do
anything till I let ynu know"
Tbe manager of the Courier, not having received a -reply to bis flghting
editor's challenge and thinking he had
a good chance tn clinch matters, sent
a message to Tuttle stating that If lie
did not send a written apology to lie
printed lu the Journal he would publish an article showing how, fur bavlng protected the l-'rencb public from
on American swindle, tbey had beeu
subject to Insult nud a demand fur
satisfaction bad been unheeded,
".lest you wait a minute." be said to
the messenger, "and I'll give you so
answer to take back with you."
Tben he sat down nt a desk aod Indited tbe following epistle:
Manager of the Courier dea ���:
Monslt-ur-1 have decided to accept the
challenge nf your fighting editor. I un-
det'Blund that I have the choice of weapons. Out i don't want lo art the hog, ao
I'll give your lighting editor a choice between two Kinds ot a flglit that hus been
tried often In (he stale of Kalntucky.
The flrst plan la bowle knives In a dark
room; Ihe second Is rifles at frum 500 to
I.OJU yards.    Respectively yours.
KZEK1EL TUTTLE.
There Is no record as to the reception uf this note In the Courier office.
No reply was made for some time
When It cume it expressed surprise
thnt Mr. Tuttle should suppose that
either uf such barbarous plans as *e
bad prupused would lie acceptable In a
civilized couurry like Frnuce. Wouldn't
he nnme some oilier plan tbat could
lie accepted by a geutleman? To this
Tuttle wrote that the only otber plan
in sucb matters in vogue lu America
thai he (Tuttlei approved uf was "uver
a handkerchief." whicli meant that
two seconds held n haudlierchlpf be
tween tiie disputants, who fought with
pistols us near together us tliat would
ullmv. His opponents were at liberty
to choose that method If they liked In
preference lo lhe two others he had
named, but fur bis pnrt he thought
the distance between tbe parties mis
mighty small
Mr Tuttle waited patiently for a
further reply li did not come, hut
tlie next dav n'gentleiiuiii called on the
American. 4vbo Inl reduced himself us
M (liimolll, a meiulier of a I'aris club
to wblcb all disputed poluis of llie
null' ���llello were relerred lie had
culled to assure M. Tuttle that his
plans of lighting had been referred to
n commiliee of which he had Ihe lioiiel
to be chuiriuati and tbat t he column lee
had ib'cide'd Ihat M Ciivlllnc tvilH not
hound to tight on tli'i-e terms Ibis
was cominiiulciiled in bad ICngllnb
"l.noi, here, monsieur," suid Tuiile.
"I ilnlni usk M I'avillac to light; he
asked me lint since I in In for this
> ere mii.-s I in going through with It
Vou go (ell bun Unit If he don't accept
one ur t'other of the two plans fusi
oil ������nil beiore sundown I'll withdraw
em unit insist uu u light 'uver a hand
kerchief"'
"Mon l��leu." e vela lined the French
mail. "Americans are like ze wild men
d'At'rti|iie:'
Su ludignaiit was he that he forgot to
how himself out Tuttle, who tuiw
gave up uli expectation nf the fighting
editor meeting him ou Ills uvvn terms,
untitled ills bankers lo proceed wltb
Iheir prepiirntiutiM for placing hls
bunds.
The next more nn tbe part of the
Courier party was tu send an Invitation io Mr. Tuttle to a conference to
tuke place In the editor's office. I'pon
the American's arrival he was inform
ed thnt ther bad heen mistaken ns to
the Investment he was ahout tu offer,
nml If lie would withdraw the charge
of blackmail be bad made tbey would
publish an article stating that fluan
ciers hnd pronounced his bonds s good
Investment and the probabilities were
that the loan would be largely uver
subscribed.
This ended the matter. The. Conrlei
approved uf the loan. Tuttle of bll
own accord gave tbem an ad., und tbe
bonds were all taken. Tuttle went
back with a couple of hundred thousand dollars commission and became a
famous railroad man.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $11,500,000
Reserve   112,500,000
Tho Bank has 360 branches,
extending in Canada trom tli;
Atlantic to the pacific, ln Cuba
throughout the Island; also lu
New Foundland, Porto Rico, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trln
Idad, Dominican Republic, Ne.v
Tork and London, Eng.
Drafts lsaued without delay
on all the principal towps and
cities in the world. These ex-
oelent connections afford every
banking facility.
Now Weatmlnster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1117.
CAPITAL (Psld-Up) ....$18,000,009.09
RESERVE    $11,000,000.00
Breaches threagaeut Canada uo
Newteuadland, aad la Leadon, Hng-
tamS, I/ew Terk. Cattapp aod Spukaoe,
U.S.A.. aad Mexico City. A general
baak lag baslaaw transacted. Letters of Credit Iaaued, available with
correspeadeats Ib all parte of tho
world.
Savings Baak Dspartaieat���Depoalta
reoel-ed ia turns of |1 aad upward,
and Interest allowe-1 at I par cent, par
���anum (presait rate).
Total  Assets over 1188.000.000 00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J. Newsome & Sona
Painters, Paperhanger*
and Decorators
Estimates Qlven.
211  8lxth Avenue. Phons- BST
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
CANADIAN
FMIFJfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Winter Schedule
7:55 for Toronto and Nicola branclu
14:00 for St.  Paul    and    Kootenay
points.
18:20 for AKansiz Locel.
19:55 fcr Imperial   Limited,   Montreal nnd Okanagan point*.
For re'servatlcn ant! other   ;:art!cu>
iar3 apply to
RD. OOULET, Agent
New  \Vemminnter
Or II.  W.  Brodie, O.P.A.. Vancouver
jgg& CANADIAN PACIFIC
���mjjjp B.CCoast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA.SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vnncouver for Victoria ltt
a. m��� 2 p. ni, and 11:45.
Ltaves Vancouver for Seattle ltv
a. m. antl 11 p. m
Leaves Vancouvrr for Nanaimo I
p.m.
Leaven Vancouver for Prliiou Ru-
pert and Northern Polnta 10 p, m,
Wednesdays,
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednes^
day at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday.
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,.
Thursday and Saturday.
e ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vaneouver
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOS8E, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise sup-
piled free of charge. Apply Secretary,
618 Columbia St. Phone 25l.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, ttii
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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New Pie Suggestions.
New suggestions for pies are always
-welcome to tbe housewife. Pie Is oue
���of tbe most favored of all desserts, especially by tbe men of the household.
Several recipes for palatable pies nre
given, wltb tbe foundation a flaky
ipastry.
Light. Flaky Pastry.���To make light,
flaky pastry chop the lard and butter
throiii.li the flour with two knives lu-
-stead of using the bands, which makes
the mixture too compact Add Ice
cold water gradually and mli wtth a
'fork, lifting It lightly through tbe
flour. The baked crurt wlll be ln delicious, flaky layers.
Cocoanut Pie.���Put two even tnble-
-spoonfuls of grated cocoanut Into a
pint of milk. Add three even tablespoonfuls of sugar, the yolks of two
-well beaten egtgs and two even tnble-
-spooofuls of cornstarch, stirred to a
paste with a little cold milk. Add
butter the size of a walnut and rook
until thickened and smooth. Line a
file plate with crust, prick In several
-places and bake In s bot oven. Then
DII tbe crust wltb tbe cocoanut mixture and spread with meringue made
from tbe whites of the eggs beaten to
, a stiff froth with two tablespoonfuls
]<tt sugar. Sprinkle with cocoanut. set
In an oven and brown slightly.
Chocolate Fig Pie.���Beat the yolks ot
'four  eirgs,  Rdd  one  cupful  of  sugar
and   stir   well   together.     Add   eight
';-heaping in bit-spoonfuls of grated chocolate  and   heat  again.    Put   into  s
"Saucepan, and ns lt heats stir In slowly twn tiihlespoonfulsi of flour dinsolv
~s*A in n quarter cupful of cold milk
As It begins to thicken take from the
flre and ndd ope large cupful chopped
flgs.    Une two pie tins with  pastry
wnd bnke.   Then put tn tbe filling ant*
return to the oven a few moments to
"net."    Rent thp  whiten of the  four
���*ggs with four scant talileNpoohfnls of
-eugar nt\d a tnhlenpoonfnl of vanilla
Spread lltrhtly over the pie*.   Ret back
tn a moderate oven to puff and brown.
Rhnli.-irli Meringue Pie.-Either frenb
-or   canned   pie   plant   may   lie   used.
Take enough stewed pie plant for one
T<le. about a half pint, nnd stir Into It
while boiling a heaping teaspoonful of
���cornstarch   mixed   with  the  yolks of
tiro eggs, n cupful of sugar and one
"tablespoonful of butter.    Have rendv
���a pie tin lined with a nice crust nl
ready   baked.     Spread   this   with   the
1>ie  plant mixture and cover  with a
meringue mode nf tbe whites nf the
ma**e;;s,   beaten   stlfT.   wltb   two   table
���poonfuls of sugar.    Ret In thf oven
��intll nicely browned and serve cold.
THE GREAT INCOMPETENT.
Hs Goei Out ts S**U ��� Job and  Return! to Rail at "ths Systsm."
RAW. untutored, unskilled, crude,
yet strong, sonie flea bite of ambition stung blm.   lie arose; and
flung out bis uruiH to the sky.
"Teach me, ob, some one, to make
money! Teach me that I may do and
be and see and feel what 1 want
most!"
Be went to a great publisher.
"Teucii me to make money,'' be
whined.
"Certainly." the big man answered
busily. "Uet us tbe circulation and the
business we are entitled to and $1:2,000
a year Is yours. Begin now. Vour salary bas already started. Move right
Into the front office."
"But. I'm afraid I can't"���
"I see, Vou Just want a Job. Good!
Take tbe elevator. Six dollara a
weekl"
He departed.' With head lower, be
went to a great baseball magnate.
"Teach me to make money," bt
whined again.
"Easy-easy. Just the nan I want
Knock 'em over tbe fence every whack
ind���and never mind the aalary. Ask
It. and you'll get Itl"
"But I'm afrald"-
"I see. Pardon me. Tou Just want s
Job keeping the grounds. Sorry. Wt
slresdy bave a watchman."
To tbe theater, lo the bank, to thr
merchant, to many places ln many
marts he went and many were tbe impossible things he waa asked to do
Jobs. Jobs, Jobs were offered blm st
every turn.
Iu time he returned crestfallen to bit
waiting comrades.
"We know," tbey cried. "Tou need
oot tell ua You're beaten. Ground
under tbe beel. It's the system, the
system; down wltb the system!" And
tbe bellowing voice of tbe great incompetent rose and fell and rose again.���
St Louis Republic.
Orang* Indian Pudding.
Put four heaping tablespoonfuN nl
-cornmeal Into a basin, add half n pint
-of molasses snd a level teaspoonful of
ault Hull three pints of milk, pmir it
-scalding hot on the meal, stirring care
fully untll perfectly smooth and free
from lumps. Butter a pudding dish,
oover the bottom thickly wltb chopped
-dried orange peel, pour In tbe mixture
and. last of all. pour gently over the
top a tumblerful of cold milk. Rokr
four and a half houra ln a hot oven
Serve wltb whipped and sweetened
-cream flavored with on* teaspoouful
of orang* essence.
Prsneh Orlp Catt**.
For French drip coffee a Alter of porre
Into must be need.   A gans* Alter must
tie thoroughly rinsed after using and
hung up to dry It possible.   Heat the
Alter and pot. put grounds In tb* Alter
and moisten wltb boiling water.   Let It
atand Ave minutes, then add mor* boll
ing water every two or three minutes
Tbe dripped eeffe* muat be boiled,   ll
Is especially good for th* deiul tame.
being rich aod fragrant without be
comlug. muddy or bitter.   Beat of all.
Ht never1 falls, aa boiled coff** la sur*
to do when hastily prepared.
Orange Juice.
Take a sweet. Juicy orange, rat In
two nt the circumference and squeeze
out all the Juice wltb a lemon squeeeer
Strain or lenv* some ottb* pulp In, as
preferred. Het on the'ice until tlior
���ninthly chilled, then serve In a thin
trlass, crystal clear, and aet on a little
china piste with a small dolly between
RlnsH and plat*. UrnpefnHt la refresh-
lug served in the asm* way. adding 1/
desired a llttl* sugar ind a teaspoonful of sherry. 	
Almand Cake.
Tak* two ounces of butter and beal
it well wltb one ounce of augar; tben
add to It two well beaten egga. beating the mlxtnr* w*ll together. 8lfl
into It two ounces of dour; add two ta-
toiewpoonful* ef ground almonds and
half h ttMspoonftil or almond extract
Th* rake should b* baked In a tin
lined wltb groaned paper In a moderate
oven 4Ud sugar <be atftsd over the top.
Prl*d Sausages,
rnck the Mnsaips wltb a fork (this
prevents tbem frein bursting) and put
thero Into a frying pan with a amall
piece of butter. Keep moving the pan
ahout and turn tb* sausages three oi
four tlmto Hi from ten to twelvt
minutes tbey .will be sufficiently cooked unless tbey aw very isrge, wben a
little more time should be given.
ft*** Wnter.
Slice a balf ieaen sour. Juley apple*
tmn  :n earthen pRcber, add a table
apoonfu! of sugar nad paur ovar all a
<i��nrt ��f hsmm':**m)'#^#m*Vk
.uud when edld strain aad chin
Impressed th* Wife Anyway.
Allliuni Frank March, the Lawrence
banker, who knowa or is known to
nearly every student wbo has attended
Kansas university duiing the past
twenty years. Is also a well known
lodge man. He is grand commander
of tbe Knights Templars or Kansas
and holds several otber titles, present
and past, ln tbe Masonic order. He
was helping a reporter get a list of
the officers and other details of the
meeting of the grand commnndary lu
Kansas Ctty. Ran., and laughed wben
the reporter quizzed wby every lodge
officer's title was preceded by tbe word
"grand."
"Vou mnke me tblnk of m.v wife."
he said. "I left home one nlgbt to at
tend a meeting uf the grand command
ery In another dty. A neighbor wo
mnn saw me leaving wltb my uniform
nnd sword and asked my wife wbere
I was bound.
"'He's going tn some Masonic affair,' she answered. Then the neighbor nsked whnt office I beld In tbe
lodge. 'I don't know the name of It'
wns the answer, 'but I know It's a
grand one.'"���Chicago Inter Ocean.
**************************
This Changing World.
Tbe world is growing lietter.
We are much, lietter than our
fathers and umi hers were, and
�� grandma and grandpa could not
1 bold ua a llgbt But our chil
* dren are wayward and murb
1 worse than we are. ��� Dallas
J  News.
Per Valu* Received.
Little James while ut a neighbor's
was given a piece of bread and butter
and politely aald, "Thank you."
"That's right, .lumen." said the lady.
"I like to bear llttl* boys say Thank
you.'" ,
"Well." rejoined .lames. "If you want
to bear me say It ngaln you might put
mdw Jam oa If-Cbtcago Newa
Physios! Impossibility
Tlie Mistress- Why. I guv* yon a
immhkI nf walnuts to crack. Tbere are
hardly any here    Where are the reetl
The ������< Sonera r-liOr". mum, tbe never* was so hlg I couldn't get em In
me moufl���Sketch.
Cupid's Neeall.
-Kmber, wbat do you tblnk of tb*
recall f
"Well, my dear/ I bhrdly know
Hume people think It la dangerous But
why'de yon WkT*
"I sent Kerdy nway ���****> night and
now I'm iNirry."-MC. Louis Poet-Dispatch.
Pr**f.
Drummer dn wlnei-Haveyou tasted
thai sample of win* 1 left wltb you.
mndnm?'
Madam-No. J haven't: bot 1 dent
think It ran be any great shakes, for
H's been bere thine days and thp ner*
sent* bar* barely touched lA-Fni*
'Uaita' ���
Humor and
Philosophy
Dr OVACAJV IP. SMITH
IMMINENT.
T 1ST!
���*-'  The gentle fall campaign
Is only raising Cain
Before it le fairly started.
The faint hearted
May take to the woods.
It Is here with th* goods.
Come on. boys!
The noise.
Full lunged and strong,
Is booming right along,
la thle the same campaign
Of which advance notices aald
It would be dull and deadT
Jt Is. Indeed.
But there Is need
Of revising the forecast
Its day of peace Is poet, ���
And now we have the scrap tremendous
To attend us.
Will former campaigns
Take a back seat
And net try to compete
With thla hot sizzling
Bunch of dizziness
That's lust In sight
And running day and atghtT
They may ss well.
For, truth to tell.
This grand, glorious
And uproarious
Campaign wlll throw them all
In the shade.
I'm afraid.
For. see, the stint It hardly here.
And the atmosphere
Is full of words and blows
And goodness knows
Whet-
Anyhow, a lot
Of fancy attachments
Never seen before.
And. what's more.
This Is their laat
Appearance In the cast
It'll be a lulu!
CONVICT   SAVES   BOY.
Th* Cheerful
Optimist.
"1 am so pained about my bus-
band's conduct"
"You poor dear!
Wbnt has be been
doing?"
"Every time be
goes Ashing be
Ties to me about
his cat^b."
"You're a lucky
woman. Why, if
my husband never lied to me except wben be
went tisbing I'd
think I bud a
jewel."
A Curiosity.
"How does Mra. Kwuter Ilk* ber new
machine?"
"Sbe Imperfectly ��atl*fled."
"I'd like to meet ber rtgbt away."
"Wbyr
"I never saw a perfectly satisfied
woman."
Pleads With Judge to Free Youngster
and Send Him Instead.
Chicago, Oct. 30.���The plea of an
old convict today saved Charles
Broadbent, 18 years old, from a penitentiary sentence.
"I am an old convict," he said. "I've
been ln the penitentiary so long that
1 want to go back again. It can't
hurt me any more than it haB. But
his boy was led astray by me. It
was my fault, not hls. Don't ruin him
by sending bim to the penitentiary I
know how It blasts a man's life."
This plea by Magnus Nelson, who,
with Broadbent, held up four men in
a park, got the younger prisoner sent,
to a reform school instead of to prison. Judge Cooper sent Nelson back
to the penitentiary.
SUFFRAGETTE WILL NOT
REPORT TO POLICE
Dublin. Oct. 30.���Mlss Gladys
Evans, the militant suffragette, who
was rearrested Oct, 23, for failing to
report to the police, was discharged
today, the magistrate holding that thc
six days she had remained in Jail was
sufficient punishment.
MIbb Evans, who was sentenced
Aug. 7 to flve years in prison for Incendiarism, is out on license. After
her release today, she declared that
no matter how often she was arrested
and punished, she would not report
herself to the police.
Women Need It
"I am represeutlng a course In conversation."
"Well, what of Itr
"Couldn't I sell you a scholarship for
yonr infe?"
The iitaii came to In an hour.
Thay Chang*.
"I am glad to meet you. my little
mnn. I went to school to your mother."
"And did she ever lick your
"No. Indeed."
"You wouldn't know ber now."
Price a Consideration.
"I wond*r wby noma people art ench
fools!'
"Probably because It doesn't emit
tbem much to be so,"
Always Th*r*.
"Which aid* of tb* question Is yonr
busbund on 7"
"I don't know; tb* wrong side, wblcb
rv*r tbat to."   	
Ne Quiok Asset
A rsla In eummer easily
It worth a million, to they say.
Bul no on* ean collect on It
Right sway.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Between tlie avaricious man and tbe
tiieiidthrlfr tli* distance Is ao wide that
colonics of W*H considered jieopl* oc
rupy It
Wealth may not bring happiness, hut
tbere Isn't a great deal of happiness
without It In some form
Herenlty la tbe product of good environment multiplied by a well tal
sliced mind.
And. then, another thing: It taken a
tuan wltb gumption to get there after
he bas found a place to go.
'     . mm', ,  ' . ' I   '
Tb* atar of progress In likely to be
gin to get chesty: It bas no many en-
tbtiHlsKtlc followers tbla season.
The more you cultivate aome persona
lbe mor* bighly pernicious tbey be
rom*.
Every dog ha* hla day. but aome not
satisfied witb ibis Insist on lapping
over Into tbe nlgbt
Tbe lawn mower ban n wicked look
to tbe man wbo feels ta ought to ran
It thee* bot daya.
It Is a pity one can't screen agatost
enm* people as yon dn agalnat file*
sud mosquitoes.
A* tor the Income tax, ment of nn
wonld ta willing to pay tl U we could
qualM*.    . '-...^ . ,.:;- :���
.
PRIVATE OFFICE!
Cramming down ill-chosen
food, and rushing back to
work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all it meana In
misery.
Proper habits of eating,
with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness.
A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but
50c. at your Druggist's.
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.
IM
New    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
ml vai: Cloning
10:80���Vancouver via (J. n. R.
 23:00
11:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
16:45���Vancouver   via   O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 14:20
':40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Bunday). 11:15
*2:00���Vaneouver via. B. C. E. R.    -
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
t8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).2v:IO
10:00���Port Mann (dally except
Sunday) 9:45
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, nnd leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11.15
10:60���Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
18:00���Edmonds and Central
Park (dally except Sunday)  16:00
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Krldnv)       .....14:00
18:16���Crescent, White Rock aad
Blaine (dally except
Sunday) 9:<e
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas.
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally sxoept Sunday)  23:00
'6:16���Hall's Pralrle, Font Ridge
and Hazlemere (dally
except Sunday) 9:45
16:15���United Statea via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 16:0*
9:26���Sapperton    and    Praser
Mills      dally      exoept
Sunday)    7:45
9:26��� All points east and Europe  (dally)    7:4E
19:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)    U:i5
22:10���All points east and Europe (dally)   14:16
9:26���Coquitlam  (dally    except
Sunday) 7:46
12:00���Central Park, MeKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       1MB
iO: 00���Ladner. Port Oulchon,
Westham Ialand, Bun
Villa  14:30
13:00���Eaat Burnaby (dally exoept Sunday)   13:00
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday nnd
Friday)   12:30
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday 1.14:30
16:46���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:If
| 7:80���United States via O. N. R.
1 (dally except Sunday).. 9.48
11:20���Cloverdal* and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.   (dally except  Sunday) 14:09
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
fl.   C.   E.   R.   (Monday
Wednesday    and   Fri-'v
day  9:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday aad Sat-
day            I4:oo
20:40--Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally exoept Sunday). 17:80
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt
Lehtona, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley Prairie, Murrayvllle.
8trawberry Hill, South ,..:
Westmlnater, Clover'
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Abbotaford,    Huntingdon,     t
via B. C. E. R.  (dally
exceot Sundav) 17:80
20:40���Cloverdal*   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista nnd Osteite ....23:00
Second Hand Store
J. 0. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
gooda of all kinds.   Tools especially.
W Mclnaes Street. Phone 1000
i I i i i nf ii i   i
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phons 188.     Barn Phon* 137
Begbl* Street
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hading
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Room 4 Trap-) Block.
WHERE DO YOU
SHOP?
Do  You  Stop in   a   Brisk,  Active
\   Store, or in a Dull Store ?
i
Advertising makerbright stores. Failure
to advertise goes hand in hand with dullness and stagnation.
Advertising brushes away cobwebi
and dust, smartens shop windows,
quietens tha Intelligence of salesmen,
nnd leta In the sunlight
Advertising makes the merchant
think ot you���ot .your wants and
needs; makes him anxious to servo
you to your liking and advantage.
Advertising keeps stock from having birthdays.
Advertising acquaints you with new
things, and so brightens your home,
your life, your person.
Advertising keeps a business from
(rowing lazy and stupid. Advertising Injects good red blood into the
arteries of a business, and keeps lt
healthful and active.
> Shop where your wants nnd needs
are uppermost In ths mind of the
merchant. Shop In the store Wbl��h
reflects yon, wbleh yon dominate.
Shop where your money returns to
you In better goods, tetter values,
better service.
Shun the shop tbat Is dumb and
dark and dreary; keep away from
the shop that never speaks to you,
never smiles at you, never botheri
about you.
Reward by yonr custom tte merchant who Uvea to serve yon, and
who is Uolng his utmost to tyilld up
this community; who token you into
his confidence by means of advertisements in your local newspapers. '
���4s
I
������
"
1
Smile back at the shop which smiles at
you. Shake hands with it���keep company
with it���your favor will be returned to you
tenfold.
Advice regarding yObr advertlili
good advertising agsney, or th* j
sedation, Room 503 tumi
obligation on your
f
tblems is nvallabl* through nny
itary of tte Canadian Prsaa As-
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1��11
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SALESMANSHIP
CLASSES
start; where ? At the
Modern Business School
When?
Wed. Evening, Oct. 30th
Enroll Now and Pursue a Thorough
Course at the
Modern Business Scbool
610 Columbia St. Phone 853
DAY AND EVENING SESSION
A. L. BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
The Women's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas church meets this afternoon at
3 o'clock nt the rectory.
Edmonds    weed
Phone R1111, W. A.
and    coal
McDonald,
yard.
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WILL
YOUR
WIDOW
BE   -
PROTECTED
In case of your death what
would happen to your business7
Maybe it would sell today at a
splendid price, bot after your
death would it not ibecome disorganized and be much reduced
In value in a few months even?
Are your investments outside
your business in such shape as
to cause your wife t'he minimum
of inconvenlenc* t
Your wife and children In the
event of your death wfll require
advisors. Are you quite satisfied
they will select the best advisors 7 The selection of such
advisors is a matter you should
attend to now.
Call In and talk over this
matter���It is in th* regular routine of our business.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd*
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000 00
Mrs. F. C. MacDonald, 1022 Eighth
avenue, will receive on Friday,' ahd
hereafter on the first Friday of the
month. J-7
A meeting of the Fraser. Valley
Publicity Bureau will be held in the
United Service Club, room 20, B. C.
Electric Building, at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
A. Hardmaa, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth str��et Bakery.
Telephone 231. **
Work has been started on the laying of the concrete foundations for
the B�� C. E. R. track on Fourth
avenue between First and Second
streets, preparatory to paving.
The sum of $279.05 received at tho
Westminster Daily News oftioe In contributions to the Joynson fund has
been turned over to Rev. E. G. Thomp
son and the otber trustees of the
fund.
The annual meeting of (he New
Westminster needlework Guild will
be held at the home of Mrfc. George
Bealty, 112 Seventh street, November
6th. at 3 o'clock sharp. The director*
will please notify their members. ������
A prize will be given for the best
masquerafler a I the social given in the
old Sapperton school thia evening by
the Young People's Guild of Knox
Presbyterian church.
Water consumers having no meter I
nre reminded that the time for receiving the rebate for the fourth quarter
of this year expires at 6 p. m. Thursday, the 31st. inst. ���*
Deputy Grand Master of the Cnrflteoo!
Order Mr. Stuart Wade, of this cHy '
received a wire yesterday stating that
a branch of his lodge had been form
ed at Stanley, B.C., with a membership
of some thirty persons, and that Mr
H. J. Gardner was appointed member
ol the grand lodge.
A Westminster man who has just
returned home from a visit to Kamloops slates that great progress Is be-
| ir.g made in the up-conntry town.    A
I street lighting system similar to tha'
! on   Columbia   street   in   Westminster-
is heing installed on the main street
I and   v. ill  be  put  in operation   in  a
short time.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, lias opened her studio at
ISth avenue aad 6ih street. Telephone R730. **
During the Thanksgiving week end
tbe officers and some of ihe members
of the local Knights of Columbus
made a trip up to Kamloops and ther?
assisted at the initiation o'f forty new
candidates from various up-country
points to the lodge. The officers who
made the trip were 1. I. Ruary, G. K.;
8, K. SteJTens, D.G.K.- Lawrance Reid
warden; ,T. Fitzgerald, cbauc; Fred
Culrns, financial secretary.
Mr3. McRae and Mrs. Johns, two
ladies who had their dresses damaged
some time ago through coming in contact with some wire b-mg used in a
municipal contract, will receive $10
and $13 respectively from tiie city h:
eettlernpnl cf claims made. The cosi
of settlement will ba charged to t'i"
contractors wf^o had in charge the
work where tlie damage was sus
talned.
Beginning with Sunday nt S o'clock
special Sunday evening services will
he held in the Edison th"<itre undo:
the auspicos of the New Westminster
Union of Christian Endeavor. A spe
ciiil committee or the OhrUt'an F.n
deavor met in the V. M. ('. A. OP
Tuesday night and drcid"'! to Inaugurate tho meetings. Sunday's sarvlc;
will be under the leadership of Mr,
Bert Hotson, Thc speaker will be ar
ran;-' il for later.
"PAY   CASH   IT   WILL   PAY
YOU".
THURSDAY
SPECIALS
About those Xmas
Cakes, Mince Meat and
Puddings
Raisins in 16 da. pftCii&geB, special toddj-, each  10 j
Orange and Lemon Peel, today
only, lb. 15c
Citron Peel, today only, lb. 20c
Apples, Just the thing for that
mince meat, per box $1.00
Apple*,   No.   1   Jonathans, per
box  flM
Shelled Nuts, Almonds and Walnuts, per lb 40c
Currants, per lb 10s
l>ard, No. 1 quality, 3 Iba. Mc,
6 lbs. 85c,  10 lbs. $1.65
Butter,   Maple Creamery. "Thi
Best Tet"  3 lbs. $1.10
DELICATESSEN
When you are busy maUns
these good things for Christmas
you wilt wish to prepare qru'.ck
meala. In order to do thla you
must call on our Delicatessen
Count**.
Fresh Sausage daily, per lb 20;
Fresh   Headcheese   (tartly,   per
bowtt  15c
Pw*h Sliced Tongue, lb. . .60c
Kippered Salmon, per lb. .. .20c
Smoked Halibut, per lb. ...15s
Kippered Herring, i lbs for 25s
Fruit Cake, Seed Cake, Pound
(Cake,   Sultana    Cake;     extra
quality goods, per lb 25c
Roguefort,  Stilton, Roman and
Limburger   Cheese   always   on
hand.
Olives* Sweet Pickles and Dills
in) bulk.
TOE
Public Supply Stores
WILSON SUCCUMBS
TO BULLET WOUND
Second Death Results from Attempted
Escape at Penitentiary���Inquest
Today.
HOTEL FRASER
EfGHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The'most comfortable rooms In the
city; hot and cold water and steam
radiator in each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at the bar, and flrst class cafe run In
oonnection.
L. L.
ADAMS       S. K. BRKSGS
PHONE 2.
a solo which was heartily encored and
responded to.
Uev. Mr. Baker, who gave the clos-
;ng address, responded to all the gcoi
tliing3 that had been said about him,
and made special reference to the
friendship bei ween himself rcnii Mr.
Lennie. He said he had enjoyed his
work aud the people In this city
;-^fi.tly. and would remember with
pleasure his residence here.
Refreshments were served and a
social time enjoyed in the school room
of the church.
With ah Indictment of wilful mur
Cer hanging over his bead. Convict
Herman Wilson, charged with shoot
ing Guard J. H. Joynson at the British Columbia penitentiary on Oct. 5,
passed beyond the pale of the law
early yesterday morning, hla death resulting from the bullet wound Inflicted
by Guard Elson, while trying to prevent Wilson's escape.
Wilson, lt will be remembered, made
a'desperate attempt to escape from
the government Institution together
with Convict Smith and In the melee
Guard Joynson was shot dead.
Since he waa committed for trial by
Magistrate Kdmonds on the afternoon
of October 10, Wllaon had complained
ot feeling unwell and was continually
' under Uie care of the penitentiary
1 surgeon. All last week bis condition
! was at low ebb untll Saturday morn
I lng when ii was thought likely ho
i would recover.
|    On Sunday, however, he suffered a
i relapse and a consultation of doctors
I was held.   The bullet had watered the
neck, and ani X-ray examinaJlon failed
to reveal Its whereabouts, *ut at   the
post-mortem examination keid yesterday afternoon the missile was found
jombeddefl in the right lung. It appears
to have struck some object ln the neck
Vhich turned  its course downward*
into the lung.
Since Monday Wilatfn was ln a delirious condition so that the obtaining
of any confession, two though he had
wished to make one, was impossible.
It 'was only Tuesday morntng that   a
triK- bill was broujjln against deceased
and Smith, his fellow partner In fhe
i affair,  at the assize  court,  which  is
j now in session.   Smith will now have
[ to stand trial alone and will prohably
come up on FrWlay morning.
The inquest over the body will he
held in the penitentiary at 9 o'clock
this morning. The jury was empanwel-
led yesterday afternoon.
ADDITIONAL ROOM
NEEDED AT JAU
TH03. WITHYMAN, Prep.   ���
Phone  136.
Corner Front and Btjble Streets.
FOR
��"'HE
HOME
FraserHotel [ft| [
IS NOW OPEN
Meals,at all hours. We serve
the best tlie market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
COOKING
WE 0FF1R PURE SPICES
Guaranteed agalnat adulteration.
Sage, Cinnamon, Tumeric, Allspice, Mustard, Ginger, Pepper,
Cloves and Mace. Try our
Vanilla for flavoring ��� you'll
like it.
���AT���
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 67
Westminster Trust Block
HOTEL M1NSMUR
Tiiis New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
licaic-ii i,y steam throughout.    Hot
uud     Telephone    In
The marriage took place at the
home of the rijRr's.tlng paster yes'er
day of Duncin TMcGllvery, of this city
and Hie Alberta Harris. Re-.v"K D
qvirio'r,. jvmor. of the Sipperton
Methodis* ?hrrcb. eond'iQted the cere
mn-v. Miss l.prene [Jnd��rhlll was
bridesmaid and Mr. R'?"b��rt Shoemake''
assisted the groom. The newly mar-
(���led couple will reside at 2ii2 Keary
street.
BOFN
OP'C'-IO^--'rO MR. AND MRS LAW
rence P. Guiciion. of Qtillohei^. H Cl.
a son. on Thar.ksKlviuj! Day, October 28, at tlie Nicola Valley General
hospital.
Warden   Is   Ur.abie   to   Tak* .in Convicted Woman Owing to 'Lack
of Cells.
Owing to the overcrowded condition
of the Provincial jail, WarBen Jame.-
. O.   Brymner  has  been   compelled   to
| turn away    a number    of    convicted
! women from Vancouver lately.    Tht
most recent refusal  was  QiEt of Tto-
sana  I'aragee on  Monday.    She wai
sent up by Magistrate S'.iaw to Berve
a  term   for   illegally   recalling  lic.tior
and disorderly conduct.    Another woman  named Jane  Bradford, awaiting
trial on charge of stealing,  \va3 ad
mitted. -
Warden Brymner claims that his
reason for refusing any but women
waiting trial is that the jail Is cramp
ed for suitable quarters for the prisoners. This was chiefly owln.e; to the
ever increasing numher of men belni;
���ncarcerated, To remvdy the s:tua.Uon
it was stated it would 'be necessary
to have the jail enlarged to four times
its present size.
At tlie present tire there are only
ten women In the cells though on occasions as high as elgWieen have 'been
serving time. With th* latter mimbe
however, the prison was -very nine1'
overcrowded, there being only snfl'i
eient cells available  for nine.
ft is not ro difficult to pro/ide for
the male prisoners as Whan a ,1 rv.'ber
in e:,cesB of accomodation is r kcIvrA
a few are transfened to th ��� 'iiiiiinhy
prison farm.
OBITUARY.
IrOVV.'.ty.V't
ceived  fron
\.'ord   hafl. lieen   re
ancouver that William
and di,  ..iiter
every room,
Cafe and 'lii,lng'room in connection
second  lo  iion<- in  thi city.
The   best   ii-..i,i���maBatlon   ln   New
Westminster. %L
Everything Modern and Up-To-Bate
SPECIAL   RATES   BV   WEEK
OR   MONTH.
SPROULE BROS, Props.
th Street Nrw Weotm|n��ter.
)ne   minute  from   U.C.U.  ami  C.P.R.
Stations.
CHOCOLATES
V.'e Have Tliem
Cadbury's, Popham's, Rown-
tree's, Quality and College Girl,
In fancy boxes.
See Our Hallowe'en Window.
K DRUG STORE
Four doors Knst of Bank of
Montreal.    "������"*: " ���
Ntw dMSfimlMttb B- C   ���
Lougheed. u fornx r resident of Westminster, p;n,;ed avay on Saturday
last at th;.' city. Mr. Leugbeed was
70 years of aee. when hfl died; lie |
Mine to the coani lfl yeara ago and
had been a resident i f tills city for j
part of that timi
BAILLIE���Word vta3 r--!ved In the
city yesterday of tlie death df Chir'.tt--
D. Baillie, a former resident of New
Westminster, which oecured In St
Mary's Hospital, Tucson. Arizona, a
few days ago. Deceasi d lived on
Blair avenue, Sappertc n, until about
six weeks aso, when he went south In
order to recuperate his fa'iing health.
He was well known In the city, where
he followed the painter's trade. He Is
survived by a young wile, who lives
on Clair avenue.
HONOR MR. BAKER.
Members of Congregation Gather   to
Bid Oiivst Bap'.ist Church Pastor
Farewell.
Tuesday evening a social gathering
*'��>�� held ln (lie Olivet Baptist church
In honor of ltev. A. F. fJak<>r, the- re
tiriug t>.:stor, and his wife, who has
taken a deep Interest In all the work
of the church. The chair was occu
V A by the Kev. Hobert Lennle, the
,ast pastor nf the c-hurch. Fle paid
a high tribute. t0 Mr. Halter's excel
lence as a man and'< minister. Addresses were made byijRav. 0. Anderson, paster of the Hanperton' Biiptii"
church, and Deacon Sangimer, of tiio
Olivet church. Both spokfc, In t
hichest terms of Mr. Baker Snd his
work, and expressed renret at bis departure from the city. A rpeltntlto b*'
Mlss Sinclair was encored, hit fhe did
not respond. Miss Caroline. Hour
a niece of the chairman, and guest
her cousin, Mrs. L, B. Lusby, mid^e!
These Are Ail in Good Locations
and Are Good Investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
1359���FIFTH STREET near Elflhth
avenue; 60x182 te lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195���SEVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots; upper side; 58x13(1
all cleared and graded; price |1275
each.
1397_65 FOOT LOT corner of $lxth
avenue and Ash street; price $4000
on easy terms.
1393���KNOX STREET. SAPPERTON.
it foot lot In gocd locution; just of.
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
1398���5 LOTS ON TWELFTH AVE.,
near Sixth street car line; 50i:150
each; some are cleared; street ls
graded; price $3000 on good terms.
Ft J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employer*' Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
HENRY SCHAAKK, Manager.
R. J. ETVBLL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw  Mill Machinery
Johnson Shingle   Machines
and Lath Mill Machinery
YALE   AND   COWIE   GASOLINE    ENGINES
CANNING  AND CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLAS8E3 PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Tark) at 5 and 5:45
-a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 9 p.m.,. with half hourly service
untll 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
���Sundays���ait 6. T, 7:30, 8 and 8:ii0
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at fi:45, 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hoaily service until 10 p m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
First car at �� a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburnr) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���First car at S a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
points
For  Chilliwack and  way
9:30  a.m..  1:20 and  fi:10  p.m.
Huntingdon and way points 4:05
at
For
p.m.
WEEK END
EXCUR8ION.
Reduced rates are offered
o��er the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
>
MAKr:   YOl'R   PLANS   TO
TAK3   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Gehl. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. aid Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Lt<L
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCR5*"
Phones No. 7 and 877.
Bracelet ^A^atches
Special Gold Filled Bracelet Watch $9.00
SEE WINDOW
CHAMBERLIN   JCX��ER
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and 0. C. Electric Railway.
FOR SALE
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street;
Modern Conveniences.
PRICE $2850, $500 CASH, BALANCE AS RENT
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
623 and 74�� Columbia Street, Phone 85., New Westmlnater, B. C.
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street

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