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Sapperton Delegation Objects
to Action of Council Regarding Street
Mayor    Lee    Explains    After    Much
Criticism Levelled at Council���
Nets |tl,600,
Three Firms Will Construct Different
Sections���Has Been Found Most
Economic Method.
Intimations that the mayor and
members oj tbe city council were
more solicitous about the welfare of
private corporations than they were
for the interests of New Westminster;
that they were discriminating against
the people of Sapperton, and criticism
of the newspapermen present for not
taking sufficiently copious notes to
satisfy those seeking publicity, wero
the features of the special meeting
last night of the city council called
to hear protests of Sapperton residents against the proposed sale by the
city of a street 33 feet in width lying !
between the properly of the Brunette
Saw Mills company and the river, lo
the mill company.
The matter wa3 finally settled, for
the time being at least, when Alderman Gray moved a resolution pledging
the council to either call a public
ineeting in Sapperton to consider the
question, or submit a by-law to the
i people Ior their approval before any
binding action is taken in the matter.
Tbere was a larse delegation of
Sapperton residents in the audience
as well as several people f.om other
parts of the city.
The Game Begins.
Joseph Cameron   started   thc   lire-
works by asking for information as to
why the street was to be sold.
Mayor Leo made the statement that
the Birertt was at present of no valu-
to the city, as there is no way of
ingress cr egress, and as tly mill ls
considered a valuable industry to the,
city, il is only in lino with the policy
of the administration to foster the in
dustriea liere. He stated that the prioe
���agreed upon is $11,500.
Mr. A, Argyle, who apparently waj
chief spokesman for the protestants
took exception to thc statement tha*.
the street, or read. Is practically ust
li ku. stating lliat a few vtam ago all
of f��ie Htrrt-t* In New Westminster
were cow pastures, but are now far
ficm useless. He also stated with
some heal lliat tbe city ia giving sway
a road to tli�� most aidod corporation
in Now Westminster, <--r even Britisli
Invoke the Law. *
He called nttu.itlon to the fact that
the vuierfront here oiTc-red facilities
for tlie best harbor In British Columbia, ar.d that by doing this they wer;
taking awny from Sapperton all
chances of getting to the river.
Threats cf carrying tlie matter into
the court if the council persisted In
going through wltii the plan were
Mr. Argyle took occasion to criticise
Mayor Lee for not calling a public
meeting when one was asked for In a
pBtttion. Hla worship explained that
the council had decided to Jjbld the
meeting last night flrst. and theh tl
no satisfactory agreement could be
made, a public meeting could be call
ed later. ���     . i
Mr. House inslBted thnt at least twb
wharves nhould be reserved to the
city for public use, and stated that it
ls up to Mayor l.ee to protect the peo-
jrtes Interest in this regard.
Cot After Everybody.
Mr. WtUlam Hancock relieved the
tension somewhat when he criticised
Progress was made on the Sapper
ton sewer system at, the meeting of
the city council last night when the
report of the Board of Works, rec- J Committee from
commending tbat bids be accepted for
the work was adopted. The report
stated that bids were called for in several sections as well as in whole.
Three separate contracts will be entered into however, as tbis was found
to be cheaper than any single bid.
Section A was awarded to the New
Westminster Construction Co., their
bid being $62, 836.55. The Powers
Construction Co. will construct section 13 at a cost of $46,965.45. The
outfall will be built by T. R. Nlckson
ft Co.. for $64021, making a total of
/flie bid of the Pacific Lock Joint
Pipe Co., for reinforced concrete pipe
was accepted. The bid was $43,000.
A. J. Forsythe & Co., will furnish the
Valves for $2131.12. Some valves
manufactured locally will also be used.
The city engineer was instructed to
proceed with the assessments.
Desire   to  Uni'e   Board of
Trade   and Progressive
Executive   cf   Both
Bodies Appointed to Carry
Out Scheme.
Caught in Columbus Post   Office
Pinkerton Men���Chicago
. Columbus, 0-, Nov. 1.���Arrested as
they inquired at the post ofTice here
for mail, H. E. Campbell and Joseph
P. Gavin are ln custody today, believed by the authoiities to be ImplI
cated In the robbery -of the branch
Hank of Montreal at New Westminster. n.C, in September, 1911, when
$271,900 was stolen.
It is understood that Pinkerton de
tectives traced the. men to Columbus
and lay l:i wait for tbem at the local
post ofTice.
stacey'* **a**M***mtaayas
Chicago, Nov. 1���Tbe Chicago pollen |
hnve be��>n on the lockout for the men
named Campbell  and Cavin, charged
with  participation   in the New   Westminster liauk  robbery.
They wero supposed to have beea
thf: companions of Jamos W. Stacey,
who Is held here on tbnt charge and
on the charge of assault with intent
to kill I.leutonnnt B. J. Burns, cf the
Chicago pciire department.
Burns' failure to arrest Stacey and
���he rlhers led to lila dismissal from
the deptrrtmwit. Stacey -was held over
to the grand jury today under $500P
bonds, -which were not furnished.
For the purpose of increasing the
efficiency of the board of trade along
various lines and to further the interests of the city of Westminster, a
move in general is on foot to amalgamate the board of trade and Progressive association.
At a meeting of the representatives
of the executives of these two bodies
last night the proposed merger wa*
favorably looked upon. Every phase
cf the matter was thoroughly discussed and a committee was appointed to
formulate a plan which would permit
the fusion of the two organizations.
Would Help City.
The concensus of opinion was that
if the two bodies were joined greater
efficiency would result and the ex
pense of keeping up the two organiza
tions would not be so great as keeping up one, while greater advantage
would accrue to the city from the com
The committee appointed to further
the proposition was: From the Progressive association, President Dr. F.
P. Smith, Mr. W. L. Darling and Mr
T. W. Cunningham; board of trade.
President J. it. Duncan. Mr. Ed. Goulet and Mr. L. M. Richardson.
Tbe new organization in all likeli
hoed would assume the name of the
board of 'rade. while the name Progressive association would be dropped
B.'shop de Pencier Will Leave
See House During Coming Week.
Arritfe* Heme Yesterday from   Three
Weeks' Trip to Mission Board
For tbe winter at least Bishop di
Pencier intends moving his residence
and headquarters from New Westmln
ster to Vancouver next week. Announcement to this effect was made
by tbe bishop to tbe Westminster
Daily News last night.
In Vancouver he will make his honi"
at 1346 Pendrell street, the house
which he occupied while rector of St.
Paul's two years ago and which he
still owns.
Though no final arrangements have
been made tbe bishop expects to
move on Thursday. It is not certain
as yet whether any tenants will occupy the See Houae here during hi3
His lordship was away three weeks
during wbich he attended the board
Moral Welfare cf City to Be Care of
New Organization���Mass Meeting Soon.
The Citizens League, which haa foi
its especial care, the moral welfare oi
the city, was organized last evening
at a well attended meeting held in
the Y. M. C. A.
Meagre reports are only available
owing to the fact that hitherto tbs
press has been excluded from thes?
gatherings, notably from one held twe
weeks ago.
Rev. J. S. Henderson \va3 elected
president of the new organization and
an executive committee wa3 appoint
ed to make arrangements for the hold
ing of a mass meeting in the near
It is understood that the coming
municipal election will be one of the
chief topics for discussion.
A motion was later in the evening
carried that the press be admitted at
all future meetings of the league.
| But Point Gr��y Cannot Retain Heavy
Tell* Recently Levied on Auto
1 (Miff! CASE
Will   Be Heard Again art ths    Next
Assizes���Court  Adjourns  Until
^^^H Monday.
After deirberatlng for two hours and
quarter the jury disagreed as to a
At the   Present   Assizes���Mr. Justice
Murphy Hears Arguments for
and Against Procedure.
Absence of Correspondents
at front Causes Great
Perplexity.    ,
Nazim Pasha Claims Turkish Victory
���Bulgarian Advance May Be
the press tor not taking enough notes  - -���������  ��� .���.    v%_
^^^      lie also Informed i verdict In the trial of Frederick Cun
ut the proceedings,	
Mayor Lee and the members cf    the i
council that fltey were the worst body
cf the kind whi'jli the city has had in
Pointing his finger at the mayor, Mr.
Hancock said:  "The   people   worked
hard to pet -you Into office, and 1 guess
they will have to work Just as hard
to get you out."    Ills worship Joined
ln the laugh wTi'kJh followed.
Mayor Lee Explains.
Mayor \joe (ban took the floor, and
explained that thn matter   came   up
first 1905. and the records of the council showed that toi 1906 and again in
1908, the^jounci! Agreed to the government (ranting to the mill    company the foreshore rights,   lie called
attention to the new agreement, which
gets for the city $11,500 for something
which previous .councils were willing
to give away.   He also stated that the
olty has no foreshore rights there, although they have tried to secure them.
He also remarked that so .ar an ci.y
personal consideration goes, the Brunette Saw Mills company were among
his bitterest foes at the last election.
No Present Valu a.
He reiterated the statement that the
road as at present constituted was of
no value to the city and never would
be untll an Immense amount of money
had been expended ln Improvements
and In getting to it.   The new harbor
scheme, he said, will take.care of Sap
perton so far tts wharfage ls concerned,   The property of tho mills Is no
good  for  Industrial  purposes  If  the
company had to cross the itreet In
order to reach Its wharves.
Mr. Argyle closed the debate, asking among other things where the
member for this district Is ln tbe flght
for foreshore rights, Most of tjie
protestants seemed well satisfied wben
tbe meeting adjourned.
liffe, wliich lasted from' notm yesterday nntll Ki:*;, p.m.
The foreman, Mr. Donahue, said the
disagreement aa'ose from several members of the jury' doubting the veracity
of several witnesses. There bring no
likelihood of settlement, the Jnry wail
Mr. tirant said that the result necessitated the cinpannelllng of a -new
jury and applied ihat the case be set
down for next assizes.
Mr. Norman HoVs had no objection,
and aald tbat aceiwed was out on a
personal bond of $8000 and two sore
ties of $1000 each. Unfortunately the
Bondsmen were not -present.
Accused waa therefore held In cus
tody until midnight when sureties
wero produced.
Mr. J, R. Omnt prosecuted for the
crown and accused was defended -by
Mr. W, Norman Bole. K.C, assisted by
Mr. J. P. Hampton Bole.
The court adjourned nntll Monday
It Is not yet decided what case wlll
come on flrst.
Kerrisdale, Point Grey, Nov. 1.���
The provincial government is awaiting
a cheque for about $3&0l) collected in
fines by Reeve Harvey in the interim
between the withdrawal cf Captain
Stewart from the magistracy of th-'
municipality and the appointment ot
Mr. J. C. McArthur.
The Municipal Act permits any mu
nic'pilH.v to   nee fhe fines    collected
within that    municipality  If they are
imposed by a police   magistrate   bul
they go to the province If levied  by
any ��fhtrr.   Cnptafcn Stewart was dis
missed allegedly  because   of h's   un j
willingness   to pass heavy  fines   on]
speeders   and   during   the   following i
weeks the reeve administered justice j
In ench a manner as to increase vastly
tho ooDections tn 'fines.      Since   thati
time there lias been comparatively lit j
tie   overspeeffing   along  the magn'JM
cent reads of tlie municipality.
Per some reason the $3900 has not \
been forwarded "bv Ore  mtmlclnallty.
The  section   -cf   Hh*e   Municipal   Ac*.
(clause 431) governing the  matter ls
as fellows:
"It shall be lawful for every municipality paying an annual salary to a
pollers magistrate and maintaining a
pollce force, to retain and use. as
part of the municipal -revenue, all po- j
lice court flneB, fees and forfeitures Incurred not only Tor "breach of the bylaws, bi't for Infraction of the Jaws of
the matters comin? within the classes
if subjects over which the provincial
legislature has exclusive legislative
authority, except where other provis
lon for the disposal of nucb fines, f >es
or forfeitures Is made by statute."
At the Assize Court yesterday the
case of Charles Dean, in custody for
complicity ln the robbery of thel
Bank of Montreal, waa the subject ofl
an appeal to Mr. Justice Murphy for
his expression of opinion regarding
the delay to present a bill to tbe
srand jury for a pronouncement as to
a true bill or not.
His lordship held that the crown
i was entitled to at least one traverse
I in a case of this nature. He had no
1 power to enforce the Issuance ot an
I indictment. ^^^~
Sir  Charles   Hibbert   Tupper, with
I whom was    associated Mr. Adam    S
I Johnston,  appeared for  Dean, whilst
I tbe crown was represented    by    Mr.
" 1 Douglas Armour, of Vancouver.
i     Str Charles H. Tupper said he d>
1 sired to draw the    attention    ot the
court to a very peculiar Btate ot things
involving a scandal ln the administration of justice in this province, in so
far as tbe crown did not   propose to
present any bill concerning a charge
against Charles  'Dean to the ��� grand
^^���^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k        I Jo1"?-     T'"'   facts   were   some wbat   ex-
meeting cf the Missionary Society of I traordlnbry. Dean was arrested on the
(he Anglican church during the week /30th of January, 1.112, ih the State of
of October 14. and arrived home yes j California, on a minor charge.   At thc
niQMt Rev. A.  U. De Pencier, D.D.
terday via i os Angeles.       ,*,   ���
Work   of  Board.
Tlie work cf the mission board Is
largely one of ways and means to
assist thc two ne.w missionary
dioceses opened Iu China and Japan
and tri provide as much help as pos
sibie foT the missionary work at home.
The sum of $100,000 was decided upou
as the least amount with which the
wot* oould be carried on ncxi year,
the money to be divided pro rata
among the various Canadian dioceses
An extra grant of $1000 was obtain
ed lor the Columbia coast mission and
Oie Westminster diocese wiiTasked tb
raise $3200 for general mission work
to tre carried on next yqar. "This '
an Increaee of $1200 over laat year.
New   Industry   Takes   Front. Street
Premises Pending Erection of
Premier Asquith Says He Doesn't
Know Canada'* Policy.'
London. Nov. 1.���In the Houae of
Commons yesterday B|r. Page Croft
asked Premier Asquith whether thi
goyernraont had yet decided on the
manner lh which the Oterseha Dominions would be represented In London In matters of Imperlal defence
and whether Rt. Hon. It. L. Borden
would be able to Include this Information In the forthcoming naval pollcy.
Mr, Asquith replied that no decision
had yet been arrived at, but the subject was one of confidential communication between the Home and ���*"
Canadian Governments.
preliminary Inquiry here lt was announced that it was a private prosecution at the instance of the Bank of
Montreal, who were actively promoting these proceedings.
Dean having been arreatcd on a
minor charge. It was dropped and cer-
tain affidavits sworn in order to bold
the accused on a mere serious charge
and subsequently prisoner was committed on the charge of the robbery
of tbe bank.
An extraordinary condition of affairs was disclosed In connection with
V*e bringing of the mun before the
court. He was brought to New Westminster In August last, appeared before the police magistrate there and
then, at the Instance of the Bank nf
Montreal, a remand of eight days was
granted. At the expiry of that perio 1
another remand was granted against
tbo protest of prisoner's counsel, Mr.
Johnston. Eventually on Sept. 5 Dean
was committed for trial at the next
assiree���the present assizes and If his
1-ordship wonld tnke the trouble to
look Into the evidence on which Dear.
waa committed counsel thought' ho
would flnd lt most flimsy. It was a
case of suspicion at the best.
Counsel ror the hank had stated two
months ago that a number of additional witnesses���no names or addresses���were known to them and
would appear at the trial. Up to this
date be understood from his friend,
Mr. Johnston, that counsel representing the Attorney-General had not presented any bill and had Indicated that
no bill would be presented during that
Mr. Justice   Murphy���There   ii   a
telegram to tbe Attorney-General to
that effect.
Sir Charles Tupper submitted   that
^         they were not absolutely at the mercy
dustrlal sites. One of tlie enter iunc- of tbe Attorney-Oeneral or a private
tlons of tho office wltl, however, be prosecution. He appealed to his Lord-
to Induce settlers to travel Fraser vai- ship as having the power and respon-
leywords after thay strike the Termln   slblllty to   deal with the   matter ac
nsucmr BUREAU
London, Nov. 1.���The perplexity
arising from the policy of the government engaged In war in Southeastern
Europe In totally including newspaper's correspondents from the zona
of hostilities is more pronounced than
ever before tonight.
An extraordinary series of de3
patches from Nazim Pasha, the Turkish commander-in-chief, asserting that
the Turkish army had recaptured
Bunarblssar and was holding its own
against the Bulgarian advance was
published today in Constantinople. In
the absence of independent testimony,
however, various assumptions as to
the acucracy of these telegrams ara
Meaning Doubtful.
They may be belated despatches referring to early stages of the struggle
or may be mere representations   fcr
the beneflt of the Turkish population.
On the other hand they may mean
tliat the Bulgarian victory was not so
complete as was represented by Sofia,
or possibly tbe nine divisions of Turkish reserves the reports of yesterday
said had been ordered to. the Turkish
centre may be holding back the   Bulgarian advance.
1 Fate in Balance.
I    Kustendje, Roumania,  Nov. 1.���(By
wireless from Constantinople, Oct. 31.
11 o'clock  evening.)���The   defeat  of.
the Turkish army under Naiim Tfcsht
opens the way to Constantinople for
the Bulgarian troops.   This-will in ther
opinion of the diplomats   bring about
European complications. .
The ni03t immediate danger concerns the position ot tbtv city. Most
authorities agree that no real defence can be made along the Tehalat
Ja line, supposed to protect the capital. , - v .
In, the event otbordanof bortfcn and
demoralized soldlerB taHthg-'lpaek on
the capital   tt U   difficult to " torses
what oould save the city from sack
and  pillage.      This tear ts    or����ent
with Inhabitants who "believe tbat the,
fate of the Turkish Empire hangs  In
the balance.
It ia reported tbat a secret meeting
waa held recently in the monqi-o of
Katieh. the most fanatical quarter ot
Stamboul. where inflammatory
speeches were delivered by Mussulman priests who advised a rising
against the Christians.
Turkey on Har Kneef.
London. Nov. 1.���From every  capital fn Europe comes the   news that
Turkey is on ber knees and ready to
sue for peace.
Good Prrgrest Reported at Meeting of
Execatlws���Financial Committee
Arrangements for the establishment
of perm an et. 1 quarters for the Fraser
Valley Publicity bureau were well advanced at a meeting of the executive
of that organlialUm held lu the United
Service club rooms yesterday.
It is planned to oj.en an office ln
Vancouver where Information wlll be
dispensed to all intending settlers for
the district aad people looking for In
One of tbe chief func
Resubmission to Electorate of Roads
and Sidewalks Measures Aggregating $300,000.
Edmonds, Nov. 1.���Voting will takr
placo tomorrow (Saturday, on two-
money by-laws aggregating $300,000
for roads and sidewalks. This election
Is made necessary owing to tha non-
observance pf technicalities In the by-
laws which were passed by large majorities in the election held In January laat.
It Is uot expected that the polling
will be heavy as very little Interest is
being taken and a general feeling;
exists that few If any negative votes
will be cast.
Mr. Arthur G. Moore Is the returning officer and he will announce Uu
results at the municipal Jjall about &
o'clock In tbe evening.
The Canadian Wheel and Wagon
Co., Ltd., has letised a building on
Front street, and is now iustalllng
machinery and bas besun manufacturing the Tomllnson patent kuow a aa
tbe Twentieth Century wheel.
This concern has purchased a plao?
of land in the industrial section of
Sapperton and s gang of men ls now
on the ground clearing same and pro-    .
paring for tbe pile dr'vlng operations,  ver, was In the   chair
This building will be tbe flrst unit nf j present were Reeve   T
a lergo plsnt and wlll occupy a space     ���*��������-���. r.��.���.���i
of 100 feet by 113.
Wben the rew plant Is completed,
wbleh ls expected early In tbe new
year,   the   machinery   In   the   Front
.Street building will be removed to the
[permanent quarters of the company. .
al City. ^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Otway WllUn presented a report on his trip to Victoria vith Reevo
Mars tor the purpose of securing a
government grnnt to help cut tUe
work of the bureau. Tbey stated that
they had been well received by Prem
ler MoBrldo and were jjtf the opinion
that handsohie results would accrue
from tlieir visit.
Among  other  business
was the appointment of
I committee.  Mr. B. H. '"
Bates, Mission; Counc
Maple nidge; R. W. Hi
The nen general nt
held at Coquitlam on
. btft prtvlous to It an
[ing will beheld at Cof
cording to the practice In' such cases
tn the direction of Justice. Here was
a man brought from a foreign country,
no notice whatever of this condition ol
things is given blm, be bas bad h*i
witnesses severs) days ready for the
trial wbich he had every reason and
right to expect would be brought on.
or dropped, in tbe usual course. If
this action of the Attorney-General
was to be tolerated it would mnn, In
many oases, a dental of Justice. Hls
client was all this tlm* of remands,
postponements nnd delays. Incarcerated under most severe rules, not per
mitted to see his friends without Instructions from the Attorney-General.
while parties on behalf of tbe prosecution might,enter, th* prison catch
words here and ther* from ths prisoner, as was tbe phictloe In Jails
.(Continued or Past Bight.)
Substantial gains over tbe corresponding month of last year were
made by the post office authorities In
the city during tbe month of October.
The largest gain was In stamp sales,
which last month amounted to
���33W.45. while last year I2M3.IS wa*
taVen in during October.
Tbe money orders also abowod a
gain of over $226, last year's figures
being $326.54, while tbose for the past
month totalled $563.08. The only decrease shown ls that of box fonts. ThU
la explained by Postmaster McDonald
in that the people nre more up to dat?
wltb their payments thla year and that
a large majority of the patrons wor.*
delinquent In September of 1911, thus
makiug   the   October   figures   loom
���       Coming to Royal City,    .
Toronto, Nov. 1.���Rev. O. i. Nurse,
of Iteetou. Ont.. has resigned to accent
���W��P 1****�� Westminster. B.C. Ho
wfll l��ve for his charge on November 16. PAQBTWO
I Classified Advertising
A+ + * + + aapmP**sPSPP   FOR    SALE���STEEL    MALLEABLE
****vvv'�� ranges on easy terms;   $1.00 down.
Classified���One cent  per word  per $1.00 per week.   Canada Range Co.,
day;  4c per word per week;  15c per! Market Square. 4
month; 5,000 words, to be used as re-'
quired 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
keeper in hotel or private house.
Experienced. Address '"M," 331
Seventh avenue.
seller and buyer together.
All departments of the city market
yesterday report an active trade, and
in point of attendance and sales Gw
market was one of the best in some
weeks. Eggs were once more a lea-
ture, tbe price siill holding ^firm
around 65 cents. A few were sold
higher and it is expected that next
week tlie price will roach 70 cents.
Ranchers report a falling off in laying,
and thus supplies are becoming
scarce. Butter is also higher than last
week, bringing up to 50 cents per
The   fruit   market   seems   to    be
stronger,  both  pears and apii^s tak-
FOR RENT-STORE ON COLUMBIA I lnS <*��� slight   advance,   although there
street, 20x66.    Apply- P. O. Box 42.  w"e many   offerings.   The    demand,
(11)   however,  is  extremely good,  holding
I""   the   price.     Vegetables   remained
TO    RENT ��� TWO    FURNISHED !tlle same, except potatoes, which show
rooms; every convenience, boarding
house near.   209 Fourth avenue. (7^
on Agnes street, flve minutes from
post office; fully modern, newly
papered; chicken run. Immedlat
possession. Keys at W. J. Kerr, 614
Columbia street.
desires engagement   two    or three j T0  j^T���A SIX ROOMED HOUSE,
work, 25c per hour. Mrs. Lacy.
Royal Oak rooms, 654 Columbia
street.   Phone 1099.
hours a day.    Box 125 News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS,   527  Carnarvon street. (12)
corner Royal avenue    and    Fourth
street.   Apply 201 Agnes street.
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh street.
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 0.  Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
have same on   application   to   the |    street. (*>)
News office and proving ownership. - ___________________^_������-���-���
FIVE    B.    C.
pay    checks.
Owner   can
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 7S38F, issued in
the name of George Seeley, has been
flled in this office.
Notice is hereby Riven tliat I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate/unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C.,'October 30, 1912.        (1)
Three lots close to the Court Housi,
$2150 for the three. Small caBh pay
ment.    Balance easy.
Modern five roomed bungalow on
Eleventh avenue, $2250. Electric light
and city water on premises.
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C
I Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
I     Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Fifty acres all cleared but 1V4
acres, and all under cultivation, three
acre orchard; 21 acre3 of hay. Ten
roomed house, stone foundation and
cellar; barn 40x80 with lean-to; hog
pen 28x36; large fowl house. Perpetually (lowing 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
if required for $25 an acre. Some machinery goes wilh tiie farm.
Insures Sleep
Vou may wake up tomorrow night
and find your heme filled with smoke,
and you do not carry a dollar's worth
of Insurance. A flre policy costs but
Does it pay you to lake chances?
Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile, Burglary,  Employer's
Liability Insurance.
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a portion of the province or 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
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free of charge. Apply Secretary,
613 Columbia St. Phone 251.
a slight decree i. The potato mar
ket is being flooded, but it is thought
they have reached their lowest level
and if any change comes it will be upward.
Meats were stationary as was poultry. Some sales were noticed in this
section for higher prices than those
quoted below, but they were exceptional, and for extra flne birds. The ordinary grades brought the same prices
as last week.
The auction market was particularly
lively yesterday, two rings operating
most of the morning. Both had all
the business they could do, and the
bidding was sufficiently brisk to satisfy nearly a^y.auctioneer. No particularly high bids were made, although
some fine stock and equipment was
put up for sale.
Apples, per box  85c to $1.25
Pears, per box  $1 to $1.75
Crab Apples, per crate '., .75c
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets     per sack  $1.00
Carrots, per  sack 75c
Turnips, per sack  60c
Potatoes, per ton  $13 to $14
Vegetables, Retail.
Beets, per buncb  5"
Onions, per lb 8c
Potatoes, per sack, new  75c
Carrots, per bunch  nc j
Cabbage, per lb ,"c |
Turnips, each    5r
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale,  per dozen   53e
Eggs, retail, per dozen 60c to 65c
Butter, retail, per lb 40c to 50c
Butter, wholesale, per lb SOc
Pink Spring Salmon, per ib 15c
White Spring Salmon, per lb 8c
Flounders, per lb ioc
sturgeon, per Ib. 15c
Halibut, per lb.   ...' 10c
Pteelheart   "er  lb 15c
Smelts, pt. lb 10c
Retail  Meats.
Peef  best rib roasts   15c to lv.
Beef, loin   ISc t0 22c
L'cef. round steak  20c
lolling beef     10c to 14c
Veal  15c to 25c
Perk      18C to 20c
Sugar cured bacon    25c
Mutton 12c to20c
Dressed chicken, rer lb 25c
Wholesa'e Meats.
Veal, largo   0c to 10o
Veal,  small    13%c  to 14c
Peef, f'ont quarter   9 to 10"
Beef, hind <niai tor   lie to 12"
Soring lamb   15c
Mutlon     10c to 12V4c
Pork      12V4c to 13c
liens, small, per doz $6 to $3
Pens, large, rer doz $8 to $10
Chlc'-ens, \-ev dor.  $4 to $5.50
Broi'ers. per do/.    $3 to M
,,pnR. live, per lh 17c to 10c
Chickens, live, per lb 19c to 21c
Ducks, per doz $7  to  $9
Ducks, alive, per lb 18c to 20-:
Magnifies the Voice So That One Can
Walk About the Room.
A telephone tliat promises to fulfil
���ome of   the Utopian prophecies,   of
! imaginative   novelists ��� a   telephone
that   talks   to   you   clearly   and   dis-
, tinctly as you sit motionless in your
' chair ��� is  at present working  in  a
buildine,   not   a   stone's   throw   from
Piccadilly Circus in London.
|    The present  need  for  speakine���or
shoutinc���down a mouthpiece, will be
ob dated    by    the    new    louci-talkinc;
telephone.   You will be able to walk
about tlie room and talk in ordinary
1 conversational tonos, or even a whisper.   A  little instrument like a bell-
push collects and carries your words,
and the person to whom you are talking ��� without taking up a receiver,
without lifting a flnger���hears you as
distinctly as though you were only a
yard  away.
Ymir voice comes from another little
piece of apparatus���a box with a perforated  opening���and  when  that  ap-
' paratus  is  fixed  in  a wall,  so  that
I only   the   opening   is  visible,   one is
' ready   to   believe   that   the  babble-
! machine, born in the imagination of
H.  G. Wells, has been made real a
fcentury too soon.
j    The   inventor   of   this   loud-talking
telephone is W. Kennedy-Daurie Dick-
' s^n, who for many years was one of
Edison's    helpers,    and    recently  he
gave  a group  of newspaper men  an
opportunity to test his invention.   A
reporter stood in one room, with the
I little   push-button-like   apparatus  be-
' fore him on a table, and in another,
some distance away, Mr.  Dickson or
his assistant spoke, shouted and whispered as they moved about.
A whisper uttered five or six yards
away from the transmitter came as
clearly as an ordinary-speaking voice
in the same room. So greatly is the
6o?:nd of the voice magnified, that tlie
ordinary tones, spoken closely into the
receiver, as witli the ordinary telephone, seemed like a deafening shout
to the listener in the otlier room.
The new telephone as yet has lieen
tried only over comparatively short
distances with the idea of providing
a perfect means of inter-communication from room to room in offices or
factories. But Mr. Dickson claims
tliat there is no reason why the loud-
talking telephone should not be u^ed
over any distance.
Means are provided to increase or
decrease the sound of tlie voice as it
is transmitted through the new telephone, and there is no reason why a
public speaker should not harangue a
hall full of people without stirring
from his own fireside.
Agreements Tor Sale
Lisling For Farm Lands Solicited.  We Have Buyers
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
Let us figure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
Sapperton yard.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent Valley,  B. C.
Mexican Revolutionist Released on
One Charge���Runs Into Another.
Kl Paso, Texas, Nov. 1.���An attempt
by thc Mexican Government to hold
Pascual Orozco, Sr., in jail 40 day3
more without trial was frustrated to-
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district day by Judge William Wathal of a loin which the rights applied for are o* district court. Orozco already has
situated. served 40 days in the El Paso Jail as a
In surveyed territory the land must  result of a procedure   prescribed   by
be described by sections, or legal sub-  the International extradition treaty.
- divisions of sections, and in unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of tlie mine at the rate
Of five cents  per ton.
Thc person operating the mine shall
furnlsli the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated such returns ahould be furnished at least
��� Mice a year.
The lease will include the conl mining right! only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
Kor full Information application
siiould be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion  Lands.
w. w. cony.
Deputy Minister of thn Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorised publication of
thiB advertisement vill not bo paid
Securing Names of All  Trained   Seamen on Great Lakes for Atlantic
Colonel Orozco was freed today at
the explrat'on of the allotted time.
Consul K. C. I.lorente, of Mexico, who
caused his detention pending extradi- Detroit, Mich��� Nov. 1.���Preparatory
i'"i. ottered no proofs In the federal; to the creation of a great naval re
court of the murder charge made by j serve that can be pressed into lmmc
the Mexican Government. diate service In case of war, officer
Given his liberty   from the   federal I of the  United  States   naTy  are   en
court, thfl aged revolutionist was r*>-1 deavorlng to get the name   of every
arrested by state rangers on another > trained seaman on the Ureal l-ikes.
extradition charge, preferred by Gov-1    They believe the navnl reserve wll
Transfer Co.
Office Phon*   i**"'.      Barr   Phone  13/
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of tbe city.
Liglit and Heavy Hauling
ernor Gonzales of the State of Chlhua
Inm. through Governor Ctlqultt, of
Texas. This was made possible
through '"i ("-tradition treaty between
the two border statea.
N'nv York. Nov. 1.��� Harvey Thoren.
a young reporter of the Ilkiah. Cal.,
li Iv i otittbl'rnn. was received by
Mayor (!uynor today at the end of a
walk across the continent In seven
month! nnd 26 dttys. He bore a letter from Mayor Rolph, of San Francisco, and Mayor Gaynor gave him
'<ne to take back, In which he said:
"Thoren intends to walk buck. If I
had lime I would go with him. It
would do me good. They knock me
around pretty hard now and then, and
some days I feel as though a good
loug walk would suit me���the farther
iway the better. Hut the next day I
feel all right and content again."
Everj Woman
li Intemtcd and *hrald know
l aboutth* woailer.nl
M-rvel TOoST
Ask yonr dmcrirlat
It.  If li�� cannot ��np|i]y
'."in  MARVi-.l,, apcujit no
olhor. but   .r��. 1 iii.iniii fur
tritcd book��� poinl.   It (rlvn mil
TMtlonlnri' "(1 r'MCtlnni Inv Icinl.l*
��U.,..r iMwi;c,. -i-i-i.yi <> ..Wlnitoor.Onl
a.Ill, n*. AguuU tut' L'UUbllu.
app����l particularly to the men wh
man vessels on the northern water*,
because it will afford them work a
Rood wajrea dt'rlnj the four wintr
months when they are idle.
Twenty-live thousand men are need
cl. According to Capt, C. C. Ua*"***
"ho Is now In charge  of the   nava'
! rewire preparatory work, ft is intend
I erf to divide the men In the feiervt
Into  two classes.      Those' who   have
' eieen service In the navy, but whose
1 nllBtments  have  expired  will   male1
I up one class.    Those In the merchant
' marine wlll make up the other.
Immediately on the  opening* of th J
| next session of Congress in December
| 'i new navul reserve bill will be Intro-
(faced iind pushed through.
The new bill, like the old one, will
I er��tfrn a provision that any man whi
enlists in the reserve, but does not
wart lo enter active service in case of
wsr will be released from so doing on
B written request to the Navy Depart-
I ment.
There Is nothing planned to compel
���\ mnn to go to war simply because he
I '-nter3 the reserve.   The Navy Depart-
I ment officials    hnv-n no   Intention   of
| rclocing any moro vessels on the Grea*
II nkes.   The antagonism manifested by
| Canada over the appearance of even a
small gunbont on northern waters Is
too well realized by the Navy Department.
F'Tther. they contend that lt "doen
I'Mlo irood to train a man In a launch
7 he Is going to do service on a Dread
'louirbt." They want as many of the
mei in the renprvn to get trnlnlng
with thc Atlantic fleet as possible.
Chirgwin's  Whits  Eye.
There are probably few admirers ol
G. H. Chirgwin, the "White-Eyed
Kaffir," who recently enjoyc-d the
distinction of appearing before the
King and Queen on the occasion ol
0"? raiiw-bal. "forarosid" jver'"'"u-
ai.ee in London, who ha\e heard I'.ie
story of how he got his white eye.
It happened in this way. In the
summer of 1876 the popular comedian
and his brother were performing on a
platform in a lar;e field in a little
place in Gloucestershire. Chirgwin got
something in his eye, and rubbed it
vigorously. The white eye so produced
was such an instantaneous success
that he purpos.ly left :t unblackpd in
future, and afterwards took to whitening it with white grease-paint.
This, however, did not have the
effect expected, the make-up being
too pronounced on entering. "I tried
various little tricks," says the comedian, "one of which was to wear a
sort of cricket-cap, the peak ol which
covered the eyo, but this would invariably fall off. Again. I tried an
ordinary tall hat, but there was a
difficulty in moving the hat to excise
the white eye without taking the hat
off, so I had a very tall hat made,
witli a piece of cnr.e running round
the inside, and a stiff kr.ob on the
top of my wig. which acted as a preventive to tha hat failing off. I could
now make my entry with the hat
covering the eye nt a very acute
aiiele, and expose the eye by giving a
little jerk of the head."
A  Hint for Campers.
Those who spend holidays campinit
out might follow the cookery methods
of the South Sea Islanders. In an
account of life in tli* Sou'.h Paciti"
recently given by a missionary he
remark.*! that he had learned from
the natives the art of cooking without
pots and pans. "They cook their food
in a hole in the ground, a wood fire
being ina.ie at thc bottom, and covered with stone��. On these the food it
placed, wrapped in leaves, slid the
whole covered with earth. The result
is delicious. When cooked the food
is served on leavea, thus doing away
'witli tlie necessity of crockery. I lived in the S"iitii Ton Island* without
(Crocker;', cul lory, chain, tab.es oi
Prea. and Geni. Mgr. Vice-Presided. See. aid Treas.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
W. R. GILLEY, Phene 122.
G. E. GILLEY. Phone 914,
Phonea, Office IB and 1��.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealera In Coal
4 :���:
'?*:*'��� ���:'
Art and W.ir.
Ruskin woul I not havo acettptsd 8ii
Oliver Lodge's dictum timi humanity
Jhas nn excuse for war. "All tlie pure
i*mi noble arts nf peace," lie once de
vdared, "are founded on war; no prent
[art ever yet rose on earth, but among
a nation of sold,ers. There I* lm art
among a shepherd people, if it remains at peace. There is no art among
an agricultural people, if it remains
.at p*Hr<'- Commerce is Imi'ely consistent with line nit, hut caniut produce
(lt, Manufacture not on!y is unable
ti produce it, but invariably destroys
whatever seeds of it exist. There la
no great art ... Millie to a nation but
that which is baoecl on battle."
^ff B.C. Coast Service
1     Leaves   Vancouver   for  Victoria   1*
a. in., I p. m. and 11:45.
i     Leaves   Vanoouvw     for   Seattle    lt
a. m. ami 11 p. si
i     Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo   il
I p.m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Polnta ID p. tn
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednes
.lay at HI p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday
Thursday and Sutuntey.
Avent, New Weatminater.
O. P  A.. Vanoouver
Clings to Oundreariee.'
A familiar tiKiir ��� in legal circles in
London is Dr. Make Orfgers,' who
proudly displays Dundreary whiskers
which arc reminiscent of nn age that
in past; Dr. Ulnke Oclgrrj li director
of Legal Education, Hnd as such advises th" Cicero.i of tlte future as to
whnt studies they should pursue.
Called to the Mar forty years a>;o,
Dr. Odgers 1i��b devoted himself to the
teaching of law rather than to its
practice, and Is responsible for several standard works, notably "Odgers
on Libel and Slander," which is invariably referred lo in cases ol thU
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phene 868. Room 4 Trao-> Block
All  work guaranteed.    lOstlmatea
furnished free.
H. QOSBE, Manager.
903  Dublin Street. Phons 184
Winter Schedule
7:55 tor Toronto and Nicola branch.
14:00 tor St. Paul   and   Kootenay
18:20 for Agassiz Local.
19:55 for Imperial   Limited,   Montreal and Okanagan poiuts.
For reservation and other   particulars apply to
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A., Vaaeon��ei
Guaranteed agalnat adulteration,
Sage, Cinnamon, Tumeric, All*
spice, Mustard, Ginger, Pepper,
Clovee and Mace. Try our
Vanilla for flavoring ��� you'll
Ilka It.
Druggist and Optician
Weatmlnster Truet Bloc*' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Burnaby9s Present
Political Outlook
Edmonds, Nov. 1.���With the approach of the annual municipal election, the citizens cf Burnaby within
the next three or four weeks will be
furnished with one Of the most spirited
political campaigns ln the history of
the municipality. Two weeks ago,
practically every person well acquain
ed with the situation wa3 positively
certain that the winter of 1912-13
would see the quietest contest for aldermanic honors that has been experienced for the past three years.
Reeve Weart would be reelected
with no opposition, it was said, and
the present council would be carried
through in the rush. Take a glance at
the situation today and the whole of
the proceedings are reversed. Reev-?
Weart is not going to make the run.
This much he gave out at the gathering at Edmonds on Thursday evening
when the Humaby Public Hall was
thrown open to the ratepayers.
It was a thunderbolt from the sky,
but according to one enjoying the confidences of lhe chief magistrate, a
unanimous call from the whole of the
ratepayers would not budge Mr. Wear!
from his decision. His private business Interests in Vancouver have increased to such an extent that he cannot devote the time to the reeveship
and also to private business. This
then eliminates him from the discussion.
The next question asked is "Who is
to be the next reeve?"
This is a difficult question for any
person, whether be be a resident or
not, to answer. Burnaby Is like unto
manv of the American states, which
during a presidential campaign, ar?
placed in the doubtful column. No
person Is safe in making a bet on the
reeveship of the largest municipality
on the lower mainland, for if he does
that hot is like unto a crown in e
graft-ridden monarchy, always liabl��
to fall.
The ratepayers of Burnabv. especially the householders and settlers, have
to be shown.
Many of them, natives of English
counties, look upon an election as a
new theory being expounded by David
I.lcyd Ceorgo. They have to be shown
the why  and   wherefore
election following the announcement
that Councillor Britton believes In a
single-term policy. Mr. Stride ls almost sure to be challenged, probably
by one of the younger residents of Edmonds, Ward Two.
Wards Six and One are nil that remain. Mr. William 13evan is out for
Ward One and believes that his experience last year, when he lost ouf.
against Councillor McGregor, will
stand htm In good stead. That remains to be seen.
In the Central Park district ther*
are two factious, for and against
Councillor Mayne. This gentleman
holds the dual position of cha'rman of
the School Board and also councillor.
Some of t'ie ratepayers believe that
one office is enough for any man to
hold and a contest  Is almost certain.
Taken all in all the political situation in Burnaby will take some fathoming this fall. The pot is becoming
heated aud when once it starts boil
ing. the real fun will begin. Although
each candidate comes out with th<;
statement that no personalities will
he indulged ln, the election campaign
last fall and winter was not entirely
immune from this questionable brand
of powder and time w'll show whether
the contestants can hold themselves
together for the coming fight of 1913.
McNamaras Busy   Even In Jail,   Say
Witnesses at Dynamite Conspiracy   Hearing.
affairs, hence the stiff proposition tha.
the many office aspirants have to run
up against before they succeed or tall.
Councillor D. C. McGregor, who for
the pant 1~y,.T year ha3 represented
Ward Om In the Mtffiiolpftl Ccuncil, i;:
the first to throw his hat In the reeveship ring. A continuity of the policy
of Tteeve Weart will lie the platform
of this gentlemen, together wltl
strotg approval cf the passing of th;
tJ. ? K, H. franchise. This laiter
question |g either colug to win or loa i
for Councillor McGregor.
The transportat'en qVitstlftn Is a
ticklish policy for any oatidldate to
come out on. It slmmerB down to a
fight betwpen the north and the south.
The rorth says: "Give U3 transpor
tation or we will at once take steps to
secede, and form a municipality of our
The soi:th says: "Let the B. C. E. R.
promise that the new schedule of passenger rates apply to every station
ulcng Ihe Central I'ark line and W3
wl'l vote for the franchise, but not
How Is It going to be settled?
Within tbe next two weeks the bylaw will be placed before the people t:>
consider ai:d the interim between
then and the polling day will be taken
up by public meetings held ln all sections of the municipality.
The reeve and councillors have
given the eloctric company their
promise that in event of the bylaw being submitted, they would go on the
publlc platform and explain the pres
ent situation fairly and squarely.
The public, the electorate, will be
asked to make their doclsion, after
these meetings have been held.
But what of ex-Councillor T. T).
Coldicutt? This East Burnaby business man, it will be remembered, was
the chief opponent of tho B. C. E. R.
franchise when it was placed before
the people In 1911, and, to a certain
extent, he was responsible for Its Ao
teat. So far Mr. Coldicutt has nol
come out with any statement as to
whether ho will ugain enter the rae i
for the roeveshlp. To many, however,
there has appeared a notion that he
will be the chief opponent to Councillor McGregor, with an anti-franchise
plank In his platform.
So far these two gentlemen appear
to be the only ones ln sight wbo will
seek the. chief office In the municipality.
With the exception of Ward Five,
the chances are that every district In
the municipality will ba contested.
Councillor McDonald appears to be
strongly entrenched ln the northwestern section, and, with the support ot
the rntepavers association of North
Burnaby, hls��electlon looks probable*
Ward Four, ln charge of Councillor
Fau Vel, will probably witness either
a three-cornered or four-corned flght.
Fau Vel Is out for re-eleotlon with a
strong following bent on securing
electric transportation within the next
year. His majority, however, In January last wno only a matter of abont
a dozen votes, so that Interesting
times are ln hand for the Lakemere
W. ,T. Holdom. 8. F. Munson and ex-
Councillor McKee are said to be looking askance at the seat and will probably test the feeling of the community
before the next two weeks.
Turning to Ward Three, East Burnaby. this slso Is tn the doubtful column. Councillor Madill after serving,
one term, Is out for hts second. One
or two factions, however, are looming
up strongly In this rising settlement,
and the East Burnaby Progressive Association ls said to be grooming a
candidate for the position. Indications,
therefore, point to a hot llgbt in thi3
Another ex-Councillor, Mr. B. B.
Stride, of Edmonds, has come out for
Indianapolis, ind., Nov. 1.���That
John McNamara, the dynamiter, since
his imprisonment In the state penitentiary at San Quentin, Cal., has plot
ted to "get" William J. Burns, a detective, and also to "get" Walter
Drew, who worked up evidence
against him, was substance of testl-
of municipal j inony at   the "dynamite   conspiracy"
Mr. and Mr3. Diamond and Miss Alma Leamy spent the week-end in Seattle.
��� *   ���
Mrs. Frye, of Victoria, is the guest
Of her mother, Mrs,  Clute, Blackford
��� ���   ���
Mrs. F. P. Dill will receive at   he?
home, 809 Fourth avenue, on the fir3t
Monday of each month.
��    *    ���
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Motherwell returned from their wedding trip on
Monday and are guests at tiie Russell
��� *������  *
Miss Wright and M:s3 Corbould
went up to Karalcops on Sunday to
spend the holiday with Mrs. F. W. Anderson.
��� ���   ���
On Thursday afternoon Master Gerald Latham entertained a number of
his little friends at a very jelly Hallowe'en party.
��� *    a
Mrs. Goulet will receive on Monday
for tlie first time this season, and
thereafter on the first and fourth Mon-
days of each month.
��   ���   *
Dr. R. S. Walker left on a business
trip to Ottawa last night. He will be
away for a month, visiting in Toronto before his return.
'We  Furnish Your  Home Complete."
End of the Week Specials
Corbould entertained la3t even-
honor of Mis3   Cotton,   whose
marriage to Mr. Frank Eli:s. of Vancouver, takes place this month.
ing in
rial today
The Btory as related on the witness
stand was that Herbert S. Hockia
went to San Quentin last spring, and
that McNamara, while in conversation
vi.h him through the bars  cf a cell,
I would like to see them get Burns
1 i and Drew."
��l    " was further related  that  Hcckln
' "nfessed to the incident and charged .
I he heard labcr leaders In  San Fran
I lisca repeat McNamara's wishes. J
As ter.d'ng to sustain the story, a ���
package was produced   In court   and |
Identified as having been taken from 1
the check room of the Ulon Station at
lnd'anapolis, May 8. last.   When opened beforo  the jury  tiie  package  was
found to contain 40 feet of fuse, a parcel of dvnamlte caps   and an   alarm
I clock.   Thc package was wrapped ln a
I San Francisco newspaper of April 13,
! 1312.
I Edward J, Brennan, an agent of the
! department of Justice, testified that
tlie plotting was related to him by
HocWn. Brennan said that May 27
last he was called into the district attorney's office in Indianapolis, and
there Hockin had confessed to him ln
substance as fellows:
"Hoc'iin had gone to San Quentin
and had talked to McNamara. McNamara said: 'I'd like to see them get
Burns and Drew.' Hockin then went
to San Francisco and met Olaf A.
Tveltmoe. a prominent labor leader.
Tveltmoe, urged Hockin to remain In
Snn Francisco until Anton Johannsen,
another labor leader, could be called
from Los Angeles. This Uock'.n con
sented to do.
"When he was going to the station
to return to Indianapolis. Tveltmoe.
.Tohnannsen, a man named Lewls'and
Thoxrr Yoell accompanied him. Johannsen saying on the way: 'Ma.:
'meaning McNamara) ls anxious for
US to get Rnrns and Drew.' , Johannsen then added to Hockin: 'Afteryou
return to Indianapolis, a strange man
will appear on the scone. You will
know him when he says '1 am Arrow,
not Harrow.' When he says thos?
words to you, you Will know he la
the right man."
"Hockin did not return to Indianapolis nnd ashort time later he was
oalled on the telephone by a man who
sa'd: 'I am Arrow, not Darrow.
Later he met the stranger and procured a good descrlnt'on of h'm. The
man brought a package which he left
at the Ironworkers' headquarters.
"A few days ls'er Walter Davis, a
member of a local Ironworkers' union
in Now York city, came ln. Hockin
nave him the package, aayln*; 'Take
���hat out of here and get rid of it.'
Davis returned with a cheque from the
union station. Hockin then took tha
cheque to District Attorney Miller,
later Frod Sberman, an Ironworker
who Is on trial, came ln and asked
for the cheque. Hockin pretended he
had lost lt. Another time Sherman
returned and said: 'Say, that man
nays you're a Ilar and a crook,' meaning Hockin had not lost the cheque.'
United States Marshal Edward H.
Schmidt wits called upon to produce
the package referred to In Brennan's
testimony. Schmidt opened the pock
ere. Identified the fuse, dynamite caps,
alarm clock and the date of the newspaper In which they were wrapped,
lie said the cheque for the package
hsd been delivered to him by District
Attorney Miller.
Judge Albert tl. Anderson at flrst
questioned whether it was not dangerous to hnve 4he fuse and caps In
court, but afterwards allowed them to
J. A. G. Badorf. who testified that
Hockin confessed to having "tipped
off" the identity of the Los Angeles
Times' dynamiters, was cross-examined by Senator J. W. Kern.
Mis3 Helen Walker and Mis3 Bourk
are to represent the St. Anns Academy
in the popularity contest between the
Academy and St. Louis College.
��    *    ���
Mr3. J Leslie Duncan, ��19 Fourth
avenue, will receive on Thursday next
for tlie first time since coming to the
city, and on the first Tuesday of each
month following.
��� *   *
Mra. J. Carter Smith, whose address
has been changed to 727 Queen's avenue, wlll receive on the last Tuesday
and Wednesday of each month, instead of the first and   second   Tues
days as formerly.
��� ���   ��
Mr3. Guy Daniel Cookson (nee
Teeblcs) will receive for the flrst
time since her marriage at the residence of her mother. Mrs. Peebles, 41>'<
Third Btreet, on Friday afternoon.
November 8.
��   *   ���
Mrs. A. C. Eddy, entertained informally on Thursday evening in honor of
Mrs. J. A. Motherwell. Among those
invited were: Mr. and Mr3. Motherwell, Mr. and Mra. Ardash, Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Allen, Mr. and Mra. Sutherland, Mr.
'atd Mrs, Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. BaV
loch. Mra. Y;r."3ling, M.ss Corbould
and Mlss Pe
At Genuine Reductions.
Fine Linen Finish Sheeting;  72 inches wide; regular 45c, for  35:
Useful Domestic Sheeting;  70 inches wide;  regular
4uc, for 30j
Ten bolts 90 inches   wide   Sheeting;    regular   bOo.
While it la3ts 43;
Two hundred pairs Heavy Bolted SheetB; 70 bv 99;
regular $2.00.  Per pair $1.50
5000 yards of six to ten yards;  regular 10c to l��c
per yard.   Your pick, per yard  G;
Seventy-flve   dozen extra value    pillow    cases;    44
inches wide; per pair 35:
Heavy Scotch Crash Toweling at the   absurd   prici
of 8j
Checked Glass Toweling; regular 12%c, for ....9;
Large size Dieed Bath Towels; heavy weave; regular 40c, for, each  27|/2::
Tempting lot c f White Bath Towels; regular 25c.
Now .v 23:
Dest grade of Print,  left over from  season's trad 3
to be- cleared at 10c, 1214c and 15s.   Up-todate paterae.
Semi-Dress Shirts; about five dozen; sizes 14 to 17
inches;   large roomy bodies; long sleeves and pleated; regular $1.50 to $1.75.   Must go, each  95-.
Men's Fancy Cashmere half Hose; best English
made; grand   wearing; regular 35c and 45c.   Ail at
the ridiculous price of 4 pairs 51.00
Men's Soft Hats; ln all colors and shapes; sizes
from 6% to 7%;      regular    $2.50    to    $3.50.      To
clear , ....$193
Heavy weight Scotch Wool Striped Drawers and
Shirts;   regular $2.00.   Now, per suit $1.50
All Woo! Panama; 50 Inches wide; navy, black and
cream;   regular 75c, for 55:
Priestley's Concord Serges; 40 inches wide; navy,
black, Cream, Copenhagen, brown; regular 80c.
fcr 60:
Tine All Wool Twecd3; 54 inches wide; In grey patterns only;  regular $1.25, for .1.: 50i
Silk Marquisette: 40 Inches wide; regular $1.25;
ivory, sky, powder blue, navy, old rose, grey, Nile.
green and black.   Now 75:
Odd lot of Dark Tweed3; suita'ble fcr knockabout
suits, school Jresses, etc.; regular 80c. Now ....45;
Silks;  regular $1.25.    Now   90s
Silks;  champagne, tan,   Copenhagen,
regular 50c, for 39;
Two yards wide, Linoleum;   regular 65c.    Now  for,
per Bquare ya: d 50s
Two yards wide. Oilcloth; regular 35c. Now for 25:
6x12 Brussels Square; choice selection; two-tons,
green and brown; regular $25.00. Nov/ for ..$19.75
9x9 Scotch Wool Square; regular $6.00. Now for $4.25
Remnants of  Carpets and Linoleums Half Price.
Extra wide Flannelette;  made of Egyptian cotton;
regular 15c.    Now 10:
Lovely Checked Llama Flannel;  in choice patterns;
soft and silky; regular 30c, for 20s
Two hundred Cashmerette Waist Lengths, cf thre-i
yards; In dainty pattern.   The length 40;
Fine Foulard
Peau de Soie
grey, reseda;
���   ���   *
MJcs Geraldlne Wood was the host
ess of a most delightful Halloween
party on Thursday evening. Those
who partook in the merry making
were: Misses Annandale, Miss Katie
Goulet, Miss Helen Walker, Mlss Jes
s-e Allen, Mlss Ethel Wintemute, Miss
Munro, Mis3 Kathleen Renshaw, Miss
Eileen Cilley, Miss Lola Burket, Miss
More, Miss Ida Huff. '
���    ���    ���
MrB. G. D. Cookscn entertained at
a pleasant surprise party on Hallow
e'en In honor of her sister, Mlss
Brownie Peebles. The hostess was
assisted by her sisters, Mlss Peebles
and Mlss Mary Peebles. The evening
was spent in the many games usua'
lo Hallowe'en, ppl.es being awarded
to Miss Alice Postill, Miss E. Christen
son and Miss Nellie Levey. Among
tliose present were Miss Alice Postil'
Mi33 Annie Smith, Miss Nellie Levey,
Miss E. Chrlstenson, Miss Vera
Bowell, MIsb Mable Brown, Miss
Mollle Roger*, Mlss Marjorie Rich
ards, Miss Jennie Bryson, M'ss
Brownie Peebles, all of New Westminster, and the Misses Lynn and
Uetta Campbell, ot Fraser M lis.
Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
Mrs. C. D. Brymner was hostess at
a very enjoyable progressive euchre
cn Thursday afternoon, when the flrst
prize was won by Mrs. Corbould, The
lone hand by Mrs. McColl aud tha
booby by Mrs. H. L. Edmonds. Anions
those present were; Mrs. Charleson,
Madame Gauvreau, Mrs. Corbould
Mrs. Pyno, MrB. Davidson, Mlss Arm
strong, Mra. Grant, Mrs. Rus3ell, Mr3.
Cotton, Miss Colton, Mrs. G. B. Cor-
boul*, Mrs. Gracey. Miss Gray, Mi83
Ethel Gray, Mlss Ethel Homer, MIs3
Bole, Mrs. McC '1, Mrs. Payne, Mrs.
Crelghton, Mrs. Oaynor, Mrs. Macrae
(North Vancouver), Miss Marion Martin. Mrs. 11. 9. Walker, Mrs. Macdonald, Mrs. Worsfold, Mra. Brydges, Mrs.
Richardson, Mrs. C. E. Lewts, Mrs.
Clute and Mrs. 3. B. Martin.
���   ���   ���
MIbs Cotton was again the gueBt Of
honor on Wednesday afternoon, wher.
Mra. J. R. Grant entertained at pro
gressivc euchre. Assisting at the tei
hour wore: Miss McColl, Mlss
Wright, Mlss Corbould. Mlss Brown,
MIbs O. Brown, Mlss Elenor Martin
Mips Smither, Mlss Annandale and
Mlas Gertrude Gaynor. The flrat
prize waB won by Mrs. Gaynor. The
lone band prize by Mrs. J. 8. Clute
and the consolation by Mlss Josephine
Martin. Mins Cotton., was presented
with a guest of honor prise. Among
tbose noticed were; Mrs. A. J. Hill.
Mrs. P. Hill. Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Yuengling, Mra, McColl. Mrs. Corbould. Mlss Davidson, Mrs. Worsfold.
Mrs. Mallns. Mrs. Oaynor.-Mrs Cotton, Mlss Cotton, Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs.
Pyno, Mndame Gauvreau. Mrs. Diamond, Mlss Leamy, Miss Alma Leamy.
MrB. j. 3. Clute. Mrs. Haines. Mrs.
Sinclair. Mrs. Ardagh, Mrs. Suther
land. Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, .Mrs
Beatty, Mrs. James Brymner. Miss
Briggs. Mlss McBride, Mrs. Gracey,
Mlss Moore, Mrs. Bolloch. Mrs. Mac
qnsrrle. Mlss Pope, Mrs. Greome. Mlss
Homer. Mian Rickman, Mrs. G, S. Mer-
tin, Mi��� Marlon Martin, Mlss Peele,
Mrs. Eddy, Mlss MoColl, Mrs. J. E. Allen,   Mrs . Adams,   Mrs.   Macdonald,
Miss Rand, Miss Lewis, Miss Alma
Lewis, Miss Wright, MIbb Corbould,
Mrs. Brydges, Mrs. Russell, Mrs.
Phipps, Mrs. J. H. Jones, Mrs. G. B.
Corbould. Miss Brown, Miss Gertrude
Brown, Miss Aunandale, Miss Keary,
Mrs. R. E. Walker, Mrs. Richardson.
Miss Shildrick.
Admiralty Court's Judgment.
London, Nov. 1.���The   president  of
Re Lot 18, Block 1, Northwest quarter of Section 51, Hastings Townsite,
Suburban Lands.
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate
of Title No. 41342E. issued In the
name of John Travers, covering the
above property, has been filed in this
"ffiee. nrr'ce i3 hereby g'vrn that 1
:-hall it tho explrs.tton of onh month
from date of the flrsl publication here
the Admiralty   Court yesterday sav? j of issue a duplicate of said Certificate
judgment in the action arising out of
the collision between the Helvetia and
the Empress of Britain ln the St. Lawrence, llis finding on the case is that
both vessels were to blame, but th:
principal fault lay with the Helvetia,
the owners of which must -pay seven
twelfths of the damage.
Thanks to Bin PILLS
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free of Rheumatism?
Don't you wsnt to
enjoy life as other
meu enjoy it?
Don't you wsnt
to eat and sleep and
work as healthy, normal
men do, instead of being
all crippled np with Rheumatism or
Kidney Trouble?
Then take GIN PILLS and conquer
your old enemy for good. Mr. Beaudry
did, witb tbe help tit the GIN PILLS.
597 Psnet St, Montreal, P.Q.
March 19th, 191a
"It affords me great pleasure te inform
yon Hut I have used GIN PILLS for
abont six months, and tbat tbey have
done me a great deal of good. I have
had Rheumatism for a couple ofreart,
aad this winter I saved fifMH mm tt
by using GIN TILLS. ^I htaMr ta-
CMUttcnd GIN PILLS to Uwlllblic."
a. muveav.
Thourands of boxes bf OIK TILLS
art sold every year through tbelSlluenee
of those wbo have been cured, sad wbo
recommend GIN PILLttothalf friend*
and neighbor. If yo*��e estdect to
Rheumatism, Kidney ��r Bladder
Trouble, start in right sww on GIN
PILLS. '���
Soc.abox,6for faJMjj Itfou want
to try theta flrst, wi ite ler a Me sample
to National Drug enl Chad**! Co. of
Canad*. Limited. ToHtfAk   ��� is*
a** sm.* '-.���,.
unless In the meantime valld objection be made t6 ine in writing.
Dated at the Land   Registry   Office.
Vancouver, this lst day of October,
District Registrar.
'Phone Rl 140
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Chimney 8weeplng,
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Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. 8eptic Tanks, Etc
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Mkeral Water.*,   Aerated Water;
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M. S. A.
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Box 772.
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Expert repairing of American, Engllst
end Swiss
All Work Guaranteed.
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D. McAulay
Tel. 761,
Cor. Cth and Colbmbffci
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
46  Lome  Street, .New Westminster.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and jrrades of
A Fpecially large stock of Laths, Shingles and >
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions
Nd* it thp tim* to bulU for seie or rent while prices ero-lw PAGE FOUR
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Liberals Will   Test   People's View of
Naval  Policy by Making  Hard
Montreal, Que., Nov. 1.���Political developments today comprised the announcement that Hon. Louis Coderre
would have hi3 organization completed
and ready this morning for a vigorous
campaign in all parts of the division,
New Method Will Enable Development
of Vast Iron Daposits���^epcrt
Ottawa, Nov. 1.���A report demonstrating tliat electric smelting of tne
Canadian ores is now a eommprcval
possibility will be issued shortly by
the mines branch of the dapartment of
mire3. It will cover the results obtained from the use of the hundred tens
���  . ,    ��� , ,��� ,,   electric furnace that was installed at
that three ministerial meetings would  a^iieta Marie for etDerlmental nur-
be called at aa   early date   in West   Sa"" ste' Mane' lor experimental pur
SATukpAy, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
One of the chief characteristics of
thc ageiS jttiich we live is the strik
ing rapidity.of development in all
branches qf life. We in Canada are
so absorbed by the ever new transition of prairie and forest into farm
lands and, meadows that we have a
tendencytb'fcrget that even in tlie oil
world changes as swift and as remark
able arc .tailing place.
In thp,.victor.ui.;; advance of the
Balkan allies and the apparent discomfiture ef the^ Turkish troops may
be rp:'.d a story" of this nature. The
Balkan rtntiohs���and particularly Bulgaria���have awakened to the knowledge that in unity lies strength and
that that Union may be effective for |
offence or defence, its component
parts must bo efficient as fighting
men. j
Turkey Qn the other hand has re- |
eently experimented -with an advanced civilization, and would appear
to have taken on its vices with very
few of"iH virtues. Her army ha:i
deteriorated and dissensions upon
political questions liave tended to
disentegrate tiie nation. ,
For her downward flight we ma/
have pity, but there is also a warning
conveyed to us, wlio for so many
years have lived upon the prowess cf
our fathers. The heart of tho empire I
doubtless beats true, but many of tli?
members cf its body are sunk in leth
argy. |
The warnings of Lord Roberts, back
cd by Lord Cliarle3 Beresford, by Win-
mount, St. Henri and Point St.
Charles, to be addressed by Mr. Borden, the new secretary of state and
ether ministers, and that Mr. Henri
Bourassa had declared to a friend thai
If no other candidate could be found
he would enter the contest himself
and test once and for all the opinion
of his compatriots on the govern
ment's naval policy.
Mr. Coderre, in speaking of the contest now on, said he had no fear as to
the result.     At first there was some
In addit'on t^e perfecting of the process as carried out in Sweden will ba
dealt with.
Sech an announcement is of real importance to Canada and especially to
Ontario. Hitherto the extensive iron
deposits In Ontario have been scarcely
touched for two reason: First, Ontario has to Import all Its coal; second
Ontario iron ores contain a relatively
high percentage of sulphur which
could not be removed by the blast furnace.   The new process will ellminats
hestitation, but   those who   hesitated   botVthese objections
were back in the ranks and they were
prepared for a straight fight. He could
not say what the ministerial policy
would be, or at least he was not able
to say so before the prime minister
had spoken.
Ile wanted to say, however, that hi
had never contributed or consented t3
the resolutions adopted at St. Futache
and elsewhere; condemning both Sir
Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. Borden. As a
matter of fact, when the meeting
tock place at St. Henri he made a
statement to the effect that if ever
I Great Britain wanted a contribution
! from Canada, he for one, would not refuse a helping hand from this rich
Mayor Rutherford, of Westmount,
said that he had been asked to accept
the Liberal nomination, but refused.
"Tliey asked me," ha said, "not to decide until I had seen Sir Wilfrid, but
I replied that thia would make no dif-
fcrerce and you can say absolutely
that I will not be a candidate in Hoch-
elaga at the present by-election."
Being q::e3t:cn as to his reasons for
declining the party nomination, Mr
Rutherford said:
"As at present constituted. Hochel-
aga is a French division, and has always been represented by a French-
Canadian, the majority of the voter?
heing of that nationality. Consequent
ly it would bo a mistake. I think, to
change the present order of thing?
brfore a distribution takes place.
"The second reason is that' I havo
my own affairs to attend to, and can-
net see my way clear to accept the
The Boura3sa boom KleVetopeil
strength during the day. and there
were many who evyirossed interest in
,,   , , , ,   tlte (mention   of a   Nationalist   candi-
ston ( hm lull, by a large number of   aature> for u W01jW be specUculaT., if
British public men, including several   nothing else.   It is understood that if
Mr. Bouras-a decided to enter the
fight, he will open no committee, maice
it an oratorical campaign only, and
leave the i*aes to the eelctcrate.
The premier and two of his colleagues in the electorate w'll address
public    meetings in  the c!ty and    in
Electricity will not only smelt the
ore, but by means of the greater heat
thai If will provide, it will volatilize
ar>d drive off practically every particle
of the sulphur. The country surrounding the imnortant ircn deposits
pessesss valuable waterpower re
sources, which, for the most part, hiv*
not yet been developed. It is expected that the introduction of an economical electric smelter will makj
possible an industry of vast importance to Canada.
Five    Thojsand    C. P.  R.  E-nployec
Liable to Walk Ojt on Monday���
Minister's Action.
of Canadian birth, are by the majority
lightly scanned They may be relegated to join memories of "An Englishman's Home," or on the other hand
they nay precede by a very short
space tlie awakening which that play-
had as its moral.
Turkey on her knees in three weeks.
Canada pondering for three years upon the form of her contribution to lm
pi rial naval defence.
Ottawa, Nov. 1.���unless the de
mands are met or a board of concilia
tion is granted In the meantime, tht
five thousand members of the Cana
dian Brotherhood of Railway Em
ployees on the C. P. R. will go or
strike Monday next. This statemen
is creditable to President ;.Io:;hcr c:
the brotherhood.
A deputation of the members of th
Ottawa Board of Trad* wa ted on
hen. T. W. Crothers today with tht
urgent request that seme stejis b'
taken by his department to briflg th,
parties together, in view of the seri
ous results which would ensue on ;
strike of the brotherhood throu'hou
the Dominion. The minister has al
ready declined the request of the rail
way employees for a board of concilia
tion. Other boards of trade will b:
asked to use their influence to preven
a walkout.
Montreal officials of the C. P. R. sa
that they have heard nothing of thr
Westmount on Wednesday next, nom-! threatened strike of the employees
ination day for the Hoclielaga divis j and are Inclined to pooh-pooh it as <j
ion. Mr. Borden will speak in the j wild report. They can 3ee. tli^v say
tr-,.-,* hall rf St.. Henri, and the Hon.. no cause for a strike, and are s;ir-
Charles Doherty, minister of Justice, that even in the vent of the men walk
will speak    in    the    Engineers' hall ' ing out, an early settlement   will   be
Year Show
Point St. Charles. On the same evening the Hon. W. T. White, minister of
finance, will address a meeting, to be
held in Victoria hall, Westmount.
immediately effected.
Public Accounts for Fis:a
Sum Is Diminishing.
Ottawa, Nov. 1.���Thc public accounl.-. tor the fiscal-year 1911-1912
have been printed and mad.- public.
They show that the rceipts on account.
of the consolidated fund for the year
amounted to $138,108,217, and the expenditure on the consolidated fund account was $98,161,440, leaving a surplus of 137,046,776. The total disbursements were $137,142,082, madi
up as follows:
Consolidated fund. $98,161,440! capital expenditure, $80,939,575; railway
.subsidies, $869,400; other charges, $7,-
B&nflel cost $538,530, distributed
as followH;
Iron and steel, $166,750; had. $179,-
iiSS;  binder twine, $50,636;  crude
troleum, $111,935.
The Orand Trunk Pacific received
$4,994,418, in accordance with the lm- i
piemen! clause in the Q, t. agreement
of 1904 The railway bonds guaranteed by the government amounted to
The net rlehl  was decreased during |
the year b.v $122,591, and stood March
'7,1, ISH, Bt $839,919,460,
Effort Has    Yet    Been
Settle on Candidate.
Nfiw York, Nov, 1, The selection of
a successor lo Vice-President Sherman
as the Republican candidate to go before the electoral college In January)
was the subject of Informal discus-
sion today among members of the Republican national committee now in
New York. Governor Herbert S Hadley, of Missouri has been announced
as the choice of several members of
the OomiuiU.ee, mut no effort has been
made as yet to Keltic on a candidate.
The fart Ihat Chairman Hilles has
delayed the meeting of the national
commltle until .Nov. 12 will, ll ig believed, prevent any general agreement
upon tlie vloe-presldentiftl candidate
until after the results of the election
are known.
Hhruld President Taft and the He.
publican electors be successful, or
should lhe election be thrown inti
-coiigrtwB by tho failure of any candidate to secure a majority. It I.i be-
Itfived the pressure would become
���stionper upon the national aomn)ltte<)
to r.atr.o Qovernor Hadley, Senator
llorah. Senator Cummins or some oth.
pt mafr.tvho has been prominently
td^-nP-d 1" the Progressive move-
me^t V-t v.ho did not Join the new
Manufacturers  Here   Too
to Submit Tenders.
Ottawa, Nov.  1.���D. H. Ross,  Cana-
dlan    trade   commissioner     at    Mel-1
bourne, Victoria, in a report to the de-1
vartrppnt of trade and commerce reveals the Interesting fact that th*""""1-'
palgn   of steel   manufacturers   which
are applying for an increase In duties
recently  declined to bid  for a larg-3
order In Australia.   Mr. Ross says:      I
"Full plans concerning the 146,000
tons of steel nnd fish plates, required
In the construction of the transcontinental railway appeared In weekly report No. 423 (April 22, 1912). None
rf the tender* received by the com- j
monwealth were given.
"A Bpeclal effort was made by thin I
office (through the department of,
trade and commerce nt Ottawa) to In-'
terest Canadian mills in regard to \
these orders for which the Atisralian
Government agreed to accept   spread
"Heavy forward contracts and a
siring domestic demand precluded Ca-
nadldn makers of steel falls from
submitting offers for even a portion
cf this tonnage. Hp to this date thc
crntriot has not been placed, but to
proceed wilh construction it seemrf
imperative that, the government will
be compelled to order a considerable
(iiiantltv of rails at the higher rate,)
now ruling."
Last Word* of the Great.
Half of the Htore of "lust words"
treasured by the curious are apocryphal. Pitt cried out not as tbe record*
have It as to the state of hls count ry.
but for a pork pie, and Napoleon 111.
uttered ueltber lamentation nor prophecy, but desired to know If one standing at his side had been at Sedan. The
falling lips of the great nre expected
to frame some pious or patriotic nphor
Ism, and If they fall I ben plinnteM are
coined for ihem. "Deathbed nvownls
and moralizing." satd Disraeli when
his own end was In sight, "are a legacy
counted upon by the English public."
He did not contribute to the collection.
but one phrase eecaped him. "I have
suffered much." he sighed. "Und I
been s nihilist I should bnve ooofewxed
alt" Whst Isy behind Ihose word* no
two critics cun lie found to agree.-
Duude* Advertiser.
Vancouver, Nov. l.���The Canadian
Pacific Railway Company has taken
out the largest building permit that
i-.im ever been Issued   in the   city of
Salmon Loaf.
Kor s dellck.iiK Hulnion loaf ime two
emi* uf Mlmmi mul n Irtnf ��f uliili"
hrmnl Reject tbe cnixU nf thr brenA
nnd mimve Hie lumen WOW lhe Miliiioit
Hreiik iliv bread Into crunilm mid the
snntioii into fluke* nud mix litem to
Cetlier. MoiMlrn with I wo beaten enK*.
n tnbl 'HiHiniifiil of melleil holler nml
one or two teaspoon Tills of lemon Juice.
with Kiilt and popper to Mute. Add n
tnhlt'xpoonfiil of (-renin If not moist
enough Butler u bread tin and put
the mixture Into It. Baku the loaf for
an hour or until thoroughly done.
Serve with a cream nuuee or n white
sauce sprinkled with minced pursk-y���
New York Tribune.
Vaneouver. The permit ls for the new I
passenger station which ls to be erect- j
rd just eaBt of the present station on ,
Cordova street and which will cost; j
nc.ordln* to the architect's estimates/
On Its completion the building will
be the most expensive In the clty and ,
will o-e.ei In the beauty of its  archi '
tectum and appointments  all railway j
stations In thc west.
The structure wlll be as nearly |
fireproof as modern building science i
can make it. steel, concrete, brick, |
stdne and terra cotta Being the ma- I
terlals used throughout, There will,
he four passenger elevators and a i
freight c��r. The contractors for ths
yew building are tho Westinghouse,'
Church, Kerr Compnny, of Vaucouver.
A Lovers' Quarrel.
Rorter turned up nt the oltlce one
morning wltb a black eye and a missing front tooth.
"Just a lovers' quarrel." be explained airily to hls brother clerks���"a lovers* quarrel, that's nil."
"But. Korter,'1 cried tho bookkeeper,
"yon don't mean to tell me that dainty
Marie I.anignn did nil thnt to you!"
"No," Korter admitted; "It was her
other lover."��� Exchange.
Of Some Ut*.
"Paw. what lire lllen nnd mosquitoes
good for anyhow 7"
"My boy. there's n wire gauze factory down tbe street whose owner
spends hnif Ills time on nn ocean
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Impersonating 10 Characters
Making 25 Changes.
Presenting his own one-man
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Classy and Up-to-Date Songs
With a lot of Comedy also.
The Illustrated Singer wltn
a Reputation. Three Years
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By Robert Brower.
Featuring Mr. John Bunny.
*'*PHY T'DV. Manager.
Seats on sale at Tidy, thc florist's,
739 Columbia street.    Phone L184.
*    Prices 25c to $1.00.
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Open Evenings Till 9 6'clock
641 Front Street
SATURDAY, the Day of Days
We Want Your Business, You Want Our
Bargains, 20 Cases of SHOE POLISH AT
LADIES' BOOTS from $1.45
Sole agents for Westminster for the famous K Boots.    Depot for
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A   $20,000  Stock to  Select From
Lumber Lath and Shingles
Fraser Mills, B. C. Telephone 8S0
Important Change in Schedule
(Winter Service Now in Effect)
Leaves Vancouver 12 (midnight). Monday a, for Prince Rupert, connecting semi-monthly with S.3. "Prince John," for Qranby Bay, Tlw
Naas, Stewart, Massett, Naden Harbor, and other Queen Charlotte
Island ports.
Leave Vancouver 12 (Midnight) Saturday for
Direct connection at Prince Rupert with Grnnd Trunk Paciflc Railway trains for Sealey.   (One mile stage drive to   South    Hazelton.)
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sold payable ln all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
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.'���:, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Gangster Brothers Carry    Regiment's
Cr.nner to Victory Over Columbian
College Quintette.
In one of the most exciting games
played on the armouries court, the
Hustlers, of the 104th regiment, last
evening nosed out ahead of the Columbian college quintette 24-22. The
Hustlers are members of the Sangster
family, and proved themselves worthy
of the name they play under.
The bustling tactics of the collegians in tbe first half came under
the eye of the official and no less
than seven fouls were safely negotiated through the basket by Walker
The score, however was close In the
first period, 9-7. The second space
\va3 of the ding dong character, and
the fair sized crowd enjoyed them
selves immensely.
The line-up of the teams is as follows:
Hustlers���R. Sangster and G, Sang
ster, guards; W. Sangster, centre; P.
Sangster and L. Sangster, forwards.
Columbian College���Cameron and
Hoult, guards; Wheeler, centre; Mar-
wood and Smith, forwards.
Referee���G. I. Sovereign.
Standing of the Leaoue.
P.   W.   L. Pts
V. M. C. A   1      1      0     2
Hustlers   1      1      0     2
Colrmbian College  1     0     1     0
104th Regiment    1      0      1     0
McBride scliool vs. John Robson school, Sapperton park, 10
Herbert Spencer vs. St.
Louis college, Moody park,
9:15 o'clock.
High school vs. Lord Kelvin,
Moody park, 10:15 o'clock
R. C. H. S. vs. Cedar Cottage,
Moody park, 2:30 o'clock.
104th Regiment vs. City,
Moody park, 3:30 o'clock.
Rovers vs. Westham Island,
Ladner, 3 o'clock.
Westminster vs. Bankers,
Queens park, 2:45 o'clock
Burnaby vs. Burrards, Hastings park, Vancouver, 3 o'clock.
Your attention is drawn to the fact  that  we have  the  largest variety of shooting accessories in the city.
Stcrllngworih   Dble.   Bbl.   Hamrnerless  Shotguns, each $35.03
L.   C.   Smith   Shotguns,   each $32.50
Parker  Shotguns,  each r...   $50.00
Pjinp Guns, all   makes, each $28.00
DOMINION, U.M.C. and WINCHESTER Loaded Shells In all loads
from 75c to $1.25 per box.
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on Carnarvon street, close to Sixth street, from
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on Front street, near McKenzie street; immediate
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Head Office: 28 Lome Street,   New Westminster.
their way clear to have at least one
of these three teams pay a visit to the
Royal City and stack up against the.
Rovers. Many months have yet to
pass but lt is not too early to start th
ball rolling.
Sapperton park will be the scene of
'he only game scheduled in the city
league this afternoon. The 104th, al-
liougli low down on the list, will make
one great effort to oust the City team
from their position.
The latter aggregation has not been
seen on the field very much this sea
son, but from all reports their men
are ln the best of condition to make
the contest interesting. The game will
start at 3:30 o'clock.
Shall We Be Seven?
The question as to whether the N.
H. A. should return to seven-men hockey this coming season is one of the
points to be settled by the Eastern
magnates before the next meeting of
their association.
Last year was the first that the six
man game was tried out and there
appears to be a great difference ol
opinion among the Eastern clubs as to
its merits. Ottawa and both Torontoi
are in favor of changing the rule and
they claim that the public will give
better support to the games by reason of the change.
Lester Patrick, one of the Coast moguls, hits the nail on the head with
the following:
"Hockey is our national game, just
as baseball is the American national
game," avers Lester. "You do not see
baseball played in the States with ten
or eight men. It's the same all ove.-
the country, amateur or professional.
"As there is little chance of the
other leagues taking up the six-man
style, the N, II. A. will be forced to return to the regulation whether ths/
do it this year or not."
Mix Wilh the Bunch
Finest Pool Tables in the City
AU tbe latest news In the sport line,
English football results   and   league
John  Hotchkles
King's Hotel. Columbia Street.
The Royal City High school soccer
eleven will nia? their flrst heme game
on tbe Moodv park grounds this after
noon when they Clash with Cedar Cot
tago. At the present time the local
boys are going great guns and mak'n/;
thines interesting for St. Andrews, the
��� leaders.
The kick-off   is   scheduled for 2:3^
I o'clock,  the  following  being  selected
Ito represent New Westminster: Tlilley
U.��� 'coal;   Lougheed  and -Watson,  barks;
A. A.
Three Hauled Before B. C
Corbett's Reinstatement Recommended���Dr. Davidson  Present.
While the axe. whose falling has
been looked for around the cay m
.sporting circled, at leajt jor the pas
month, tiid net really descend last
���evening, the ciiicali of the local
bianch cf the B. C. A. A. V. took ac
tion that will doubtless be a warning
to the so-called Simon 1'ures who disdain the edicts cf this body and tak?
tne winding path.
Messrs. home and Huhnke were
two of the three athletes hauled over
tbe carpet in connection with certain
Sunday baseball which they were alleged to have played in Blaine, Wash.,
ii Ler the amateur body had issued a
warning through the press that persons holding amateur cards would
render themselves liable for action
should they hitch up with or against
teams not affiliated with the B. C. A.
A. U.
Both the players admitted they had
played In a Sunday game against
Blaine on the Sunday alleged, but
aiitr a little discussion were let off
with a warning.
The <vase of O. S. Corbett, also a
basiball player, was placed In a different light, as he admitted he had played under his middle name while still
a member of the amateur body. On
the advice of Dr. G. Davidson, president ot the provincial hoard ot tbo
B. C. A. A. U., the local branch will
recommend the reinstatement ot Corbett to the governing body ln the
.province. The players application for
auch reinstatement was handed ln at
the meeting.
A case in which the Burnaby soccer team ot the city league ta involved
was also touched upon. A player ls
eaid to have played under an assumed name and his application waa flled
pending an investigation.
Dr. Davidson, who paid a special
visit to the city ln connection with
the baseball, tangle, mentioned that
there appeared to be a hetter feeling
between the amateur and professional
���clubs ln Vaiic.mver and Victoria, the
professional oicment having promised
���net to approach amateur players. They
were leaving It to the players themselves to apply to the monied moguls.
Thn resignation of Mr. Alex. Turn-
bull as^ vice-president was accepted
.with regret and a successor wlll be
appointed at the next meeting.
Coopw, McKav. Allison, halves; WM-
feri. Feeney, Swanciski, Storme, McAllister, forwards.
Rovers     Meet     Wegtha~i     Island     at
Ljdner  This  Aflernocn.
The members of the Rovers soccer
t��am will leave this afternoon on th*
launch Tlons at 1:��"> o'clock for Lad
ner, where tliey meet the Westham
Island c.tfit in a senior league gam��
This is the first game between thi
two teams, and although the West
minsters should be ible to bring home
two points, thev will have their work
cut out a^ tli�� Islanders are said to b��
a husky bunch.
P.ngbv players will be out in full
force at Queens park jMi afternoon
when a practice game will be indulged
'n with the Bankers' lifteen. The mei'
of finance have of late taken more tr
ihe soccer game, but. having an open
dnte have challenged the Westminsters to a practice workout.
No team has been selected by tli"
Westminsters and all rugger snd In
tending rugger players are Invited to
be on deck where they ..will get a
cbnnce to mix things. Scrum work
will be ln order before the real game
commences and while sufficient players are needed to make up two fifteens
there will be provision made fof all.
Burnaby and Burrards.
Edmonds. Nov. 1.���The Burnaby
hockey players will Journey to Hastings park, Vancouver, on Saturday
nfternoon where they wlll clash with
the Burrards tn a league game, Tho
forward division has been materially
strengthened during the past week
ind a victory for the suburbanites ls
looked tor.
school League soccer
���St.   Loots   Collepe   at   Head���Three
Garnet fbr This Morning.
. Thr/;e soccer school league games
���are scheduled for this7 morning. Th"��
race so tar this season Is bringing out
the k��'cne3f Interest among the youug-
rter3 and the present Ullenders. ars
by no m'eans'Batlsfled with their posi
tion so that the games this morntng
:are bound to be'of'a fast nh'tUre".
' ' At Suppertcn park, 10 o'clock, the
"lenride school will clash,  with    the
.John Robson team. Two games are
T^dlited' f6r Moody pork, the flifst at
'I>:1,* between the Herbert Spencer and
SJ..' r,ula .college, while the High
F'.hrr.l' will meet the Lord Kelvin
���c'-'en'atlKiYls:  ;
At the, present time St. Louis col-
>' li'io' fields the leasue table and the
constant practices bit thoir campus
derate the 'fact that they mean to
tol^-.tbcih" ticsltion lf possible.
World-Wide Soccer.
In comparison with some other
|'sports soccer football ls new to this
country, although lt Is said that from
time immemorial the Eskljnos kicked
a round bundle ot furs somewhat
after the manner pf football, and soncr
say that long before the exploits o>
Dr. Cook and Commodore Perry, these
name Eskimos used the North Pole
for one of their goal posts.
However, thnt may be, organized
soccer is much newer here than some
ot our other sports. But In due time
If came, Jt liked the climate, and decided to grow up with the country.
And here It is, flourishing like a green
hav tree, and getting on like a house
rhe fame pf Canadian soccer hai
gene abroad, and next season British
French .and; Australian teams are to
visit Canada and try some kicking on
their own account. It will be well if
they come, for the visitors will be
as welcome as the flowers that bloom
in the spring, and they will be given
the time of their lives.
Perhaps by then several of the trophies that are' lying around in Vancouver will be In possession ot the
Westmlnater Rovers, lt would be all
to 'the good if local citizens could see
Sapperton't Ambition.
The proposal put forward at a banquet held in Sapperton this week that
the East End district enter a team in
the Senior Amateur League next sea-
son is from all appearance, going to,
be much talked about during the winter and spring. The supporters of the .
Sapperton teams, whether in lacrosse,
or soccer football, can be classed a3
about the most enthusiastic bunch of
sports in tlie city.
"Sapperton first and the rest of th?
'���'tv afterwards," is their slogan, and,
should the officers of the Intermediate
team decide to apply Tor entry in the
the inter-city league, they are assured
of strong supiort from the citizens
east of the Fraser Bridge. That they
would make just as gcod if not better
showing that the Fairviews did during
the'r first season in senior company is
beyond question but this fact remains
:hat If Sapperton does fl��ld a team
'he Westminster Senior C'ub will suf
fer to such an extent that their position in the league would be brought tc
a tottering point.
Opinion is divided in the city as tc
thla new move and before making any
���lans, it might he well for the Sapper
'on bovs- to consider thela positior
tarefully, Nev Westminster c'tizens
is a body, would like to see the Mann
��� 'up resting alongside the Minto
'rophv. Let everyone pull together
'or a better amateur team next sea-
wn. The material is here In the city
and i.nder proper management there
ippear3' to be no reason why the
Royals should not wade right In and
trounce both the V. A. C. and the Vic
torias not season.
Sports and Sportsmen.
Former British miniate r to Abyssina Sir John Harrington, arrived at
New York on an American visit Jus'
in time to see the first of the world
championahip games.
"The excitement here over these
games is, after all, just what we have
in London over a big soccer match,"
satd Sir John. "But I flnd a difference ln the way people go In for sports
here and In England. Over here you
make more of a business ot your
sports. For Instance, In baseball, all
your players are professionals, who
are paid salaries to work at baseball,
not to play it. Someone was telling
me that Ty Cobb ls to get $16,000
next season. That Is extraordinary-
Baseball playing Is more remunerative than many of the learned- professions. Then I think, you people .over
here do not go In ao much for the love
of a sport as to win. You insist upon
being first. I believe that with us we
love sports more for their own sake
than for the Idea of beating somebody
else at them."
Among the good program of filing
shown at the City theatre today prob-j
ably the most Interesting one is "The
Calgary Stampede," depleting remarkably good views of the procession and panorama of the grounds.
These pictures are doubly interesting
to those 'whose recollections of their
early or recent days are associated
with spurs, saddles and all that gees
to the make up of life on the plains.
Bracelet Watches
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Electric Railway.
Fashion-Craft Fall Wei&
Blue Serges
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���-,-;.-i   lft
5. taiWadi*.
m - ta
Hallowe'en     pranks   wero   carried
over the border of harmless frolic   tn
malicious mischief on the North road I
on Thursday night. ' ' ." *���'   .
From McKee's store at tfce.porner.of
Hamilton road down to and along
Rochester road, the demolishing of
"ences, destruction of gates, overturning of everything upsettable have Irritated the settlers beyond bearing, and
the police will be asked to take a
hand and, punish, lf possible, thp im���
.beetles who cannot distinguish fce-'
.tweeh fun and malevolent mischief.
Among the chief sufferers from
this ebullition are Messrs. F. W. Collins and H. B. Bakor, Rochester road;
'logarth and Hardy, North road.
A Giveaway. t ���      f
"I'm sorry to Itnd the t��roots* prft.
Don't forget to tell her I cfclM, wip
yout" '
"No. air; fll tell her at onea."-rU*
gende Blatter.
���  A ^urer Way.
Stella ��� Do you count whether ttt
loves you wltb a daisy?
Relia-Thst's too uncertain.. 1 Ml ���'���
three leaved c)or��r.-Mtw Tork Bu.
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r     PAOK SIX
By-Law No. 120A
the vote of the Electors ot the District of Burnaby will be taken on the
>***^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ above mentioned by-law  at   the  time
  and place above mentioned, and that
_,,.,_ .,      A. G. Moore has been appointed Re-
A By-law to  Enable the Corporation ��� turning  ofticer tQ    ukJ the votQ o[
of the District of Burnaby to Raise  ) such electors  with the usual powers
by Way of Loan the Sum of
$250,000.00 for Street Purposes.
WHEREAS it is necessary and expedient that the Council of the said , ^	
Corporation be authorized to borrow    O..   f ^_    .   Iif        t ******  A
of Two Hundred and  Fifty \Dy~L,QW IVOa   ItClAa
In that behalf. ^_^^^_^^^_
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19, 1912.
Sousand^Doiiars    ($250,000.00)
Thousand     mn,,,,.,
provide  for  improving certain roads
within the limits of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it is necessary to
raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it will he necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty dollars and Eighty-
seven cents ($2,630.S7) principal and
the sum of Eleven Thousand, Two
Hundred and Fifty ($11,250.00) dollars Interest making together a total
  illy of Thirteen Thousand, Eight II
lars           ^^^
87) for the term o.  .
repayment of the said loan and interest thereon aa hereinafter mentioned.
AND WHEREAS the net value of
the whole 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 Dollara ($20,576,205.00) dollars.
AND WHEREAS the total existing
debts of the Municipality is
amount   annually  of   	
sand, Eight Hundred and Eighty Dollars and Eighty-seven cents i$13,880.-.
o7v tra** the term of forty yoars for the
debenture aeuia *,. ...... _
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand, Five Hundred ($1,-
dollars exclusive of 1-ocal
a     *...  ���..0���I,,]
Improvement dtbt secured by special
rates or assessments of which none of
the principal or interest Is in arrears.
AND WHEREAS to provide for tho
payment of inteiest and the creation
of a Sinking Fund for tlie payment ol
the s,i>d principal sum of *.'50.0"0.00j
it will be necessary to levy a special
��nnua! rate sufficient to raise the sum
cf Thirteen Thousand. Eight Hundred
and Eighty dollars and Eighty--se7en
cents ($13,880.87) the amount to be
calculated annually on the whole of
the rateable land comprised within
the Municipality.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1. lt shall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the purposes aforesaid to borrow or raise by
way of loan from auy 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 $250,-
000.00 and to cause the same to be
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada
lie City of New Westminster, Bnt
a*m   ..   .1..
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of $50,000.00 for
the purpose of providing and building
additional sidewalks within the Limits
of the Municipality:
WHEREAS, it is necessary and expedient that the Council of the said
Corporation he authorized to borrow
the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,-
000.00) dollars to provide for the construction of additional sidewalks within the limits of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, it is necessary to
raise the moneys required 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
centa ($2,497,05) principal and the
sura of Two Thousand, Two Hundred
and Fifty ($2,250.00) dollars Interest
making together a total amount annually of Four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty-seven dollars and Five
cents ($-4,747,05) for the tenn of fifteen years for the repayment ot tho
said loan, and interest thereon aa
hereinafter mentioned.
AND, WHEREAS, the net value ot
the whole rateable land in the Municipality according to the last revised
assessment roll amounts to Twenty
Million, Five Hundred and Seventy-
six Thousand, Two Hundred and Fiv?
dollars ($20,576,205.00).
AND, WHEREAS, the total existing
debenture tiebt 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 special rates or asssessments of wllich
none of the principal or interest is ln
AND, WHEREAS, to provide tor
the payment of Interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the payment of the said principal sum of
$50,000.00 it -win be necessary to levy
a special annual rate sufficient to
raise the sum of Four Thousand
Seven Hundred and Forty-seven dol
lars and Five cents ($4,747.05) the
amount to be calculated annually on
the whole of the rateable land comprised within the Municipality.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Mr.  Coldicutt's  Office,  East  Burnaby.
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, Ncrth Burnaby.
Mr. Ceperley's Store, Burnaby Lake
Lakemere School, Lakemere.
Public Notice is hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of the Dis
trict of Burnaby will be taken on the
above-mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and thai
A. G. Moore has been appointed Re
turning Officer to take the vote of
such electors, with tbe usual powers.'
In that behalf.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19th, 1912.
Instant Relief From Eczema
(Changes 'or this column must   be
Specifications, agreements ot sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work striitly con
fldentlal. M. Broten, Room 6. Mer
chant Bank Bldg.    Phone 716
You can stop that awful itch from
ec;.ema and other skin troubles ln two
Seems too good to be true, but It is
true, and we vouch for it.
Just a few drops cf the simple, cool
left at or teleDhoced to this office bv lng wash' the D'DD' pJ59crlption for
left at, or teiepnocea to, uns otnee Dy tW���ma  nua the Ucll 8l0,)s lnBtantiy.
6 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of | Now lf you hav��e trled a great many
any church notice from this column j cures for ecuenia und have been disap-
indicates that no details have been j1- i  ��� ���������
supplied.)   j    CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE ��� Services
1 are held ln the hall, corner Fifth
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY j street a,nd ^hth avenue, at 11 a.m.
TRINITY-Rev, Canon G. C. d'Easum, f���7 Sunday Testimony -meeting.
M. A., rector; kev. Ceorge A. Ray, M. I Wednesday at 8 p.m
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion-; il a.m., Manns, Holy
Communion and sermon by Ven. Archdeacon Tentreath; 2:30 p.m.. Sunda>
school; 7 p.m., Evensong ar.d sermon.
pointed, do not make the mistake ot
refusing to try this soothing wash. All
other druggists keep tlrs D.D.D. Prescription, go to them If you can't come
to us���but if you come to our store,
we can tell you all about D.D.D. Prescription and bow lt cures eczema, or
you can get a free trial bottle by writing D.D.D. Laboratories, 49 Colborne
St., Toronto. F. J. MacKenzie, Druggist.
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eightb
and Agnes streeta. second and
fourth Wednesdays at 8 o'clock
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Die
tator; E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
I. O. O. t AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., Is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Rlshth street. VIsRlng bretherp
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector. Holy Communion, 8
a.m.; Matins, Holy Communion and
sermon, 11 a.m.: Evensong and sermon, 7    p.m.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Church of
England), Sapperton���Rev. Frank
Plaskett, M.A., vicar. Matins and Holy
11 a.m.; Evensong and
Sunday school, 2:30
n, 7 p.m.;   Sunday school. ��:oui*-���-   	
Women's Auxiliary Wednesday | Royal avenue and Seventh street. Sun-
oon in Parish hall.   Ven. Arch-1 day school, 2:30 p.m.    0. Borge, pas-
i'""   ma.-iAmnoa 1BK4   Eleventh  avenue
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
street. New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Codfe, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
I. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-nt
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New Weet
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
pbone 710.
at the City ot New ivesim....^., .��� Council of the Corporation of the Dis
ish Columbia, to the credit of the said trict ct Burnaby enacts as follows:
Corporation, fur the purposes and-with i.    u Bhali be. lawful for the Rec
the objects above set forth and to is- and Clerk of the Council for the pur
'    ' ���'""turea ot the ,���,��,,�� Hforesatd Vo   borrow or raise by
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbii
street.   Over C. P. R. Tilegraph.
ance     with
And     the     said
yearly on
the   ;'.lst day
sue any number of debentures ot th
eaid Corporation to the    bvito or Two
Hundred and  Fifty Thouaand   ($250,
dollars in the whole in accord
tho    "Municipal      Act.'
���uu     ,,...,    ,      debentures      shall
be issued to consist of 513 debentures
each of the denomination of One
Hundred Pounds Sterling I ��100)
and one debenture ot thc amount of
��6!) 17s 3d being the Sterltnjg equivalent of $250,000.01) at tlie rate of $4.86
2-3 to the one pound Sterling, each debenture being also expressed to ho
payable in Canadian Currency com
puted at sueii rate, and such debentures shall have annexed thereto coupons expressed both In Sterling and
Currency for the interest thereon at
rate ot four and one-half UVii
centum per annum viz-able half
the 30th day  of June and
uv of December in    each
year.    And  such  Sterling debentures
shall  he delivered to the  purchasers
of the said debentures.    Aud both aB
to principal and interest shall \i* pay
able at the Office of the Dank of Montreal In  London, England, or in Toronto. Montreal or Vancouver. Canada,
or in New York, at   holder's option.
And tbe principal    of the said dnlv.n
tures sball he pavnble on the Tivrty-
flrst. day ot Docimber A. D. W&-
2. There sVall \���. raised and I \ <-'
annually  by a s;;eo'al rate sufflc ��� m j
lher>'for cn all rati>��blp   land  wit;. ��� I
the limits of tlie sa'd Municipality ti
sum of Two Thousand.  >':<c  Hundreu
and Tb riv  Dollars and K t-hty-seven
cents ($2,6311^7)  for the    ;   -pose of
forming a Shilling Fund for t'.te, payment of the snid debentures, and the
sum of   I'h ven  Thousand.  Two   Hundred and Fifty i$U,25n.Oui dollara for
the  paymenl  of the    interest at the
rate  afon said,  the  said   special  rate
to be in addition to all oilier rates to
be levied and   collected in the   aaid
Municipality  during  the  currency  of
the said  debentures or any  of them.
3. This By-law shall take effect on
and after the Sixteenth day of -November A. D. 1012.
4. This By-law may be cited for
all purposes as the "Burnaby Road
Improvement Debenture By-law,
Council tills Nineteenth day of Oo-
tober, A. 1)   W12.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors a' jiu Election for the purpose
on tho day of A.D.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopt
ed    by  the    Council, signed    by the
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the
Corporate Seal all on the
day of A. D. 1012.
CMC. Reeve.
poBes aforesaid to   	
way of loan from any pers�� n or bod-
or bodieB corporate who may be wiling to advance the same upon the
credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding !��60.-
000.00, and t.) cause the same   to   be
���rvaj.a.,-,    ......	
placed in the Royal Back of Canadn a<
the City of New Westmlnater, British
Columbia, to the credit cf the raid
Corporation for the purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to issue any number of debentures of the
of $60,-
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block. New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin. W. G.
McQuarrie  and  George  L,  Cassady
afternoon ^^^^^^^^^^^
deacon Pentreath will preach at Evensong.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH (Anglican).
East Burnaby���Rev. David Dunlop.
rector. Matins and Holy Eucharla.
11 a.m.; Evensong and sermca at ',
p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Westminster���Rev. C. J. ',"ina.d
rector. Matins, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m.; Evensong aud ser
mou, 7 p.m. The church is five mln
utes' walk from South Westminster
station, on the B. C. E. R. Chilliwack
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Morning service, Rev. W. A. Brown, ol
Chicago; evening. Rev. G. T. Pratt, of
Seattle. Mr. Alfred Crowcroft, of
Chicago, will sing.
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh 8t
Rev. M. G. Melvln. B. A., minister.
Services nt 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Evening subject, "The Worship of
ton--Rev. E. C. Thompson, M.A., min
ister. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Bible Class 1:30 p. m.: Sabbath
sohool at 2:30 p. ni.; Y. P. Guild
Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer moollns; Wed
nesdav, 7.30 p.m. Subjects:
"Our Religion"; 7 n.m..
Make of Our Privileges
tlans���at tent, 215 Durham street, be
tween Second and Fourth streets; Services: Preaching and Communion, 11
a.m.; preaching, 2.30 and 7.30 p.m.
CHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HALlr���Corner of Slxtb
inenue and Nintb street.
every Sunday at 3:30 p.m. In St.
Paul's   Reformed   Ei lscopal   church.
tor,  residence 1654  Eleventh  avenue
east, Vancouver. ,
v-->-;i,itiEtoTv Nov. 1.���President
Taft arranged to leave tomorrow aft
ernoon at 4:30 o'clock for Utlca, to attend the fanera 1 of Vice-President
Sherman Saturday. He will ho accompanied by his military aide, Majoi
According to the present plans, the
^resident will not return to Washington again until after the election. He
expects to go from Utica to New York
and after spending Sunday there, depart for Cincinnati to vote on election
11 a. m.,
'The Use We
Closing of Dardanelles Means Cutting
Off of Important Source cf
Food   Supply.
ters    ind    Solicitors,    Westin.nstei
, Trust block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster. B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Cnlon. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone fig. W. J.
Whiteside, fl. L. Edmonds.
Take notice that the above ls a
true copy of the proposed by-law up
on whicli the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday the 2nd
day of November, 1S12, between 9
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m. at
the polling places:
Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural  Hall, Central Park.
Mr.  Coldicutt's    Office,  East    Burnaby.
Hamilton Hoad School,  Burquitlam
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burnaby.
Mr. Ceperley's Store. Burnaby Lake.
I>akemero School. Lakemere.
publlc Notice is hereby given that
said  corporation  to  the sum
000.00 in the whole in acordanee with
the     "Municipal      Ant."     And      tho
said   Debentures  shall    be .Issued   to
consist of 102 debentures each of the
denomination of One Hundred pound*
Sterling (��100) and one debenture cf
tbe amount of   ��73-19-(jd.  bein", thf:
Sterling  equivalent  of   $50,ofi0.oo  at
the rate of ?4.SC 2-3 to the one pound
Sterling, ea.di   debenture   being   also
expressed to he payable in Canad an
currency computed at  such rate and
such   debentures  shall have   annexed
thereto   coupons   expressed    both    in
Sterling and Currency for the interes,
thereon at the rate of four and   one-
half (4'/4) rf'r centum per annum payable halt-yearly on the notli   clay of
June and the ".lst day of December in
each year    And such Sterlinp deben
| lures sliall  be  delivered   to  the  pur
chasers ot the said    dehentures. and
I both as to principal and interest slin!!
lbe payable at the Ofllce of the Bank
of Mom real In London, England, or in
Toronto,   Montreal  er   In   Vancouver.
Canada, or In New York at   holder's
Old on.    And the principal of the said
���bentures   shall be payable on    tbe
��Bbi"ty-!irst   dav   cf   December,   A.   P,
2. 'I i ev,- shall be raised and levied annually by a special rnte Buff
clcut therefor on all rateable land
within the limits ef the said Munici
pallty the i-.iim of Two Thousand Four
Hundred aid Ninety-sever, dollars and
Five Cents ($2.4:17.15) for the purpose of forming a sinking fund far the
payment of the said debentures and
the Sum of Two Thousand. Two Hundred and Fifty dollars ($2,260.00) for
the payment of the interest at the rate
aforsesald, the said special rate to bo
In addition to all other rates to be
levied and collected in the said Municipality' during the currency of the
said debentures or any of them.
3. This By-law shall take effect on
and after the Sixteenth d iy of November, A. D., 1912.
4. This By-law inav be cited for
purposes   as   the "BURNABY
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council  the   Nineteenth   day  of   October.
A. D.', 1912.
RECEIVED the assent cf the Electors at an election for the purpo9? on
the ��� day of A. D��� 1912
Accountant. Tel H 128. Koom
Frapp block.
minster Board of Trade meets iu tht
board room, Clly Hull, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on ihe liitrd Friday 01
February, May, August and No vein
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings 01
the third Friday of Pehruaiy. Mev
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarter)*
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seere
Meat Market
corner Fourteenth etreet and Seventh
avenue���Kev. R, Wallace Collins. B.A,
nastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Ciiilld Tuesday 8 p.m. Sunday school
2:30. Anniversary BervioeS, Preachers.
11 a. m.. Rev. John A. Ixjgan, M. A.,
Vancouver; 7 p.m., Rev. John A.
Logan, J^.A., Eburne.
Rev. W. W. Abbott, B.A., B.D., pastor
Services 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.; Youug People's
meeting, Monday, 8 p. m.; Prayer
meeting. Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. Chas
Fisher D.D.. of San Frane'sco, wil'
preach in the morning; Rev. Wm
HT','.'n    of     CMr-i'-n      |ri   tb<j  evening
Rev. George T. Pratt, or Seattle, will
give an address at 4 p.m.
Rev. W. S. A. Crux, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
*r:hiol at 2:SO p.m.; prayer and praiss
service Wednesday at 8 p.m. TI19
Subject: 7 p.m., "How We Can SpeaV
-*f Snlritupt Thin"*" Love Feast and
Sacrament in morning.
1, D B''nden. pastor. Services at
11 n.*n. and 7 p.m. | Thu pastor will
preach at both services.
CHURCH���Corner Eighth Btreet anl
Third avenue, Burnaby. Kev. W. C
Frank, pastor. S-rvices 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.
S. McKinley, paster. Lov,) Treal
0:45 a.m.;   preaching,    11    a.ia.    and
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The Newa before
and make complaint. Only In this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopt
ed by the Council, Signed by the
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the
Corporate Seal all on the ��� day   of
��� , A. D. 1912.
C. M. C, Reeve.
Take Notice that the above ls u
true copy of the proposed bylaw upon which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday, the 2n,l
day of November, 1912, between !'
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m. a',
the polling places:
Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agiicultural Hall, Central Park.
TWEED,    IRISH    SERGE, etc..   Just
Arrived.    Perfect  Fit and Workman-
sblip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
7:45 p.m.: Sacrament, 12 noon; Sun
day school, 2:30 p.m.; praise Bervice.
I p.m.
OLIVET BAPTI3T CHURCH���Corner of Seventh street and Queens
avenue. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. B.
Y. P U.. Mondsy. 8 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pas
tor. Services at 11 a.m. and J p.m.;
Sunday school and Bible class 12 to 1
vice wlll be held at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
I'DMOXDS BAPTIST���Service will
hs v*nd' teA at 7 p.m. by B��?v. Reid
MeCuiiotigh. B.A.; Sunday scbool and
Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
street and Royal avenue���Rev. C. E.
Wincott, rector. "The Low Churcn."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
3unday school and Bible class at 2:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30
p.m. Subjects: 11 a.m., "Daily Bread";
p.m. Subjects: 11 a.m., "Heroes and
Cowards"; 7 p.m., "The Red Cord in
the Window." Holy Communion at
morning service.
Toronto, Nov. 1.���If the Balkan war
continues to be confined to the parties
now implicated, no Berious impairment
of wheat supplies tlirouRh the Dardan
elles is anticipated, and thus the market situation of western Europe will
3ufTer no material change.
Nevertheless, that grave apprehension is entertained generally In finan
cial circles that further complications
will follow was made manifest by th-1
ultimo in the Btock markets here and
in the bourses of Europe last weekend. The London corresnondent of
The New York Evening Post reports
that over there the situation iB considered grave.
In case of further complications, thfl
Balkan war presents a new and Important facte" in the world's grain
market, for all grain markets are becoming one now. Situated by itself in
Southeastern Europe between the
Black arid Adriatic Seas, the penin
sula. including all the states now at
war. is exceedingly fertile, the produc
t'on of wheat alone ranging from 150.-
000,000 to 200,000,000 buBhels a year
or almoBt as much as Canada produces at the present time.
Of this Roumania yields 'from flftv
���n'll'on to slxtv million bushels; Bulgaria srd eastern Roumania about
slytv million bushels; Servia, fourteen
million; Turkey, fifty-eight million
and Creece ten million,
The importance of these states in
the markets of Western Europe, is In-
'Vr.nted hv the fart that from them
about 70,000,000 bushels of wheat are
eporlcd every year. In case tlie Har-
lanel'es "ere closed a larire percentage of this wheat would be cut off
from the market, not to speak of what
voulrl come via the Black Sea from
*, ,,.,. ,,,,,} southern Rusts'*.
With heavy surplus eropi ln other
parts of the world. Western Europe
���"ould "r"hnblv onlv suffer by having
to pay h'sh rates. It would come hard
���><>t cn K"Tland. Liverpool being by far
the heaviest Importer of wheat In the
world. Last year exports of corn
from the Danube were 70,376,000
.1:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday
Fridav)        > 14:00
t8:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas.
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:15
S: IB���Hall's Pralrle, Fern Uldge
and   Hazlemere   (dally
except Sunday) 9:45
5:16���United Statea via Q. N. R.
Idaily excent  Sunday)..16:00
11:50���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      dally      except
Sunday)   7:15
11:50���All   points   east   and Europe (dally)  7:15
18:10���-Sapperton     and     FraBer
Mills     (daily      except
Sunday)   13:15
9:26���All   points east and   Europe  (daily)    |13:15
11:50���Coquitlam   (daily   except
Sunday)   7:15
12:00��� Central Park, MeKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.16
0:00��� Ladner,     Port    Oulchon,
Westham   Island,  Bun
Villa 13:15
13:00���East Burnaby    (dally except Sunday)   13:00'
0:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)   13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday) .13:15
16:46���Vancouver,   Piper's    Siding    via    Q.    N.     R.
(daily except Sunday)   14:20
7:30��� United Statea via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)     9.45
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.   (dally  eaeept Sunday)     14:00
Ik20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Fiiday        9:00
:i:20���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thurs-      ti
day,   Friday   aad   Betray       USU
20:40--Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehnaa, Mdergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Cent re.Cloverdale,Langley Pralrle, Murray vllle.
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station. Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via 11.
C.  E.  R.   (dally except
Sunday)    9:Ott
tl: 20���Abbotsford,    Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. It.   (dally
cuceiit Sundav) 17:30
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:30
2:00���Fiaser    Arm     and     Alta
Vista and Oakalla  23:00'
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $11,500,000
Reserve    $12,500,000
The Bank has 350 branches,
extending in Canada from thd
Atlantic to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout ihe island; also lu
New Foundland, Porto Rico, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trln
tdad, Dominicuu Republic, Ne. a-
York and  London, En?.
Drafts iBsued without delay
on all tbe principal towns snd
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mqt.
10:60���Vancou var via O.
Bank of Montreal
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)
N.  R.
        23:00 J
11:45���Burnaby Lake   and   Van- f
cosver via B. C. E. R..    7:4C:
16:45���Vancouver   via   O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).14:20
T: 40���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dally except Bnnday).11:16
(2:00���Vanoouver vta. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Bnnday).16:00
iS:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally exeept Sunday).2v:30
19:00���Port Mann  (dally except
Sunday) 9:45
10:80���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,    ' Wednesday
and Friday 13:15
7:40���Victoria vta B. C. E.  R.
(dally except Sunday). 11.16
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
18:00���Edmends and Central
Park (dally except Sun
Branches throughout Canada and,
Newfoundland, anc in London. Eng-
BiiA, Lew York, Ch<cago and Spokane,
O.8.A., and Mexico Ctty. A general
basking business transacted. Let-
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In sli parts ot tke,
Savings Hank Dipsrtmest���Deposits,
received In sums of fl and upward,
tnd Interest allows! at 8 per cent, per ���
tnnum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over 1186.000,000.00
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
SALVATION  ARMY. Ensign  St'ck-'
les and Lieutenant Manning--Harvest ] 16:16���Crescent, White Rock aad
festival at 11 a.m.,. 3 p.m. and 7:39 j """*
p.m., In the   citadel,   Eighth    street.  ,
We bave no hot air to peddle:
Just legitimate tailoring.
88 Begbie Street
Blaine    tdally    except
Bunday) ���    *;
J. Newsome & Sons
Painter*, Paperhanger*
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
814 Sixth Avsnus. Phons M7
I A Story of Domestic Love f
and Squabbles
When Bob and Carrie Delnfleld were
married they went, on returning from
their wedding trip, to tbeir own house,
which was very large, containing several separate suits of rooms. Both
had their Ideas of decoration, and, having disputed over the eo|ors for tbe Interior of their bedrooms, they flnslly
concluded thnt the bride should direct
tbe decoration of one suit, while tbe
groom should select the colors for another. Tbe Hrst suit was to be tbe
bride's rooms, the second Ihe groom's.
Mrs. Delstield-tlint was to be���chose
for her apartments a very beautiful
shade of green. Bob Delnfleld. wbo
bad no srtlstic tnate whatever, but
thought himself n connoisseur, espe
dully In colors, put his suit In red. It
wasn't eveu one of those rich reds
whicb. when put In tbe right place,
are often very attractive.
"By .lovcl That's elaborate!" snld
Bob when he saw bis decoration* complete. "And appropriate." added bis
-wife, smiling, "for a member of the
fire department"
Since n bride und groom don't cure to
occupy separate apartments the couple
agreed tbnt they would use tbe two
suits on alternate weeks. They tossed
a coin for the flrst choice, and Bob
won So upon their return from their
wedding Journey they occupied the red
Now. it hnppened the dny after their
nrrlvnl tbat Bob accidentally knocked
n cut glass pltcber-a wedding gift
especially cherished by tbe bride���off
n table mid smashed It
"Dear!" exclulmed his wife In a
tone of anger. "What abominable
carelessness: I would rather have
had yon break anything In the house
tbnn that pitcher. It was Mollle's gift"
"Do you suppose 1 Intended to break
Itl" replied the husband, with u fierce
inflection on the word Intended.
"Get uway!"
Both had started to pick up the fragments, but nt iIiIm order of his bride
I'.ot) desisted nnd left ihe room, slam
uilug the door behind bim.
Bub was ho Infilluated with whnt be
called the old rose color of hls suit Ibat
he had Induced his wife to order their
dinner tbere Unit nnme dny. The
pitcher was broken at noon. Carrie
sulked nil the afternoon, nnd when
dinner wss served her eye* were red,
���nhlle on her face was lhe expression
f an injured woman Onl.v monosyllables were spoken Ht dinner by either
This In n sample of wtint frequently
occurred duiing Unit lirst supposed to
>t>e happy week ul home ufter the liou
On the beginning of the second week
tbey removed lo lbe bride's null, each
secretly vowing (hut should the scrappy condition contlnue-aud they ex-
-pected It would-they must nnve a rest
iby temporarily separating.
It was Sunday morning when they
iflrst awoke In tbeir uew quartern A
bit of sunlight had stolen in tbrough
the wludow. faintly Illuminating the
room, ll seemed to Carrie that she
had been sleeping under lbe rustling
leaves of s tree snd bud awakened to
look upon s meadow robed In ibe verdure of the lovely month of June.
It st once occurred to ber that she
bsd been very disagreeable to her bus
band, aud she wss heartily sorry for It.
"Oh. Bob." sbe said, "what a horrid
creature I bave been for tbe whole of
thla Brat week of our homecoming!"
"Yon mean tbat I bave been positively brutal."
"Well, never mind whoee fault ll has
been.   We won't do so any more."
"By Jove, sweetheart. I believe I like
the decoration of your suit better than
mine, after all." I
���Yours Is very beautiful "
-Uow lovely ll Is of you to say so',
You Mid when you first snw ll thai It
wan appropriate for a Oremnii."
"DM II   How mean of met   I tblnk
It's lovely "
"What u olumsy brute I was tn break
that hesutiriil enl class pitcher yon
though: so tuwb ot My cnrelwwneas
spoiled a whole week for us-our llrst
week In our beautiful home."
���Never mind, denr; we'll make up
for It lu the second. We won't speak
a cross word during tbe whole week,
will wet"
"No, we won't*
They breakfasted In ��be green suit
as tliey called It. ami with every
mouthful eichsnged endearments.
Thut day was n haven of rest to
them after seven days of Irrltstlon.
Tbey lounged alwut their home rend-
Ing the morning newspapers, putting
tittle things that needed attention to
rights snd giving each other . only
words that sounded like tbe twittering
of mating birds. In the evening tbey
went to churcb, nnd every hymn, every
< note of the organ, seemed to strike s
res|s>nslve chord within them.
"Oh. blessed seven days!" sold the
wife   the   next   Saturday   afternoon.
- "I'm soTy ihey nre ended, hut 1 doubt
not thut the nest seven will Ite equally
happy "
'They have heen so delightful tbat
1 promise we continue right on In these
- rooms for another week "
"What difference ean It mnke what
n����nm we occupy? I will not admit
thst we net <��n lietter In my rooms
- tban tn yours. Tbs flrat week we were
tired from having traveled fo long.
Besides, tbut hotel food upset us both "
Now. the husband who hud occasionally played poker wltb tils friends was
a great believer in luck. He considered
that they were having h tine run of
luck in tbe green suit nnd wns very
much opposed to tbe L'baUgO. Bnt
Carrie wus bound to give up to her
husband in the mutter, nnd when a
wife makes up ber mind to do tbnt
nothing can stop her. Bob used every
argument to Induce her to consent to
remain ln ber rooms, but failed. Wben
be found there wiih no use to struggle
with her nny longer he gave tn.
Sunday morning Bob dreamed that
lie was in hell. About him was a lurid
light covering all the Armament. Satan cnme to blm and asked bim why
be didn't go to work at the furnaces,
and wben be said be was tired and
didn't wish to work tbe arch fiend
poked him with his pitchfork nnd
woke him up. The lurid glare of hades
dissolved Into a lurid glare ln his bedroom. A window shade had been left
up. and tbe sunlight was pouring lu,
illuminating tbe red decorations. Then
Carrie awoke and, sitting up in bed.
shaded her eyes wltb her bands.
"What sn awful glare!" she exclaimed. "1 thought you lowered tbat shade
lust night   I told you to do so."
"1 don't remember your telling me
any such thing."
"1 certaluly did."
"You didn't."
"1 did."
"Wbut's tbe matter wttb you tbls
"You're cross us u bear."
"First cast the beam out of your own
eye and you will see clear to cast the
mote out of mine."
"1 always heard the devil Is good at
quoting Scripture."
He turned over, with a grunt, and
tried to go to sleep again, but the glare
ln the room prevented. The wife lay
thinking. Where was tbe loveliness of
tbe past happy week? Their expectations of a renewal were disappointed
on awaking the first morning. Hob
tossed about for awhile, then got up
nod took bis bath.
"Where tbe devil Is the warm water
this morning?" he yelled from tbe bathroom.
"Didn't I tell yon yesterday that tbe
range flre hnd gone out?" *
"Whut did you let It go out for? Do
you suppose a man wants to bnthe In
Ice wuter, especially on Sunday mum
lng 7"
'Ob. abut np! You'll drive me crazy."
Bob   slammed   lbe   bathroom   door
Presently he came out with n razor In
bis bund and blood on bis chin.
"Cut yourself, deur?" asked bis wife
"Ob. don't 'dear' me.    Get me some
court plaster quick."
Sbe weut to Ibe medicine closet for
tbe court plaster, but since she couldn't
flnd ll ut once be hurled maledictions
upon ber. Finally she threw the court
piaster at blm, went lo ber own suit
and shut tbe door. Bob dldu't expect
to see ber again for hours. He wus
agreeably disappointed, lu balf an
hour she came out, with an angelic
tmille on ber fnee, aud snld:'
"Don't you think I'd better bnve the
breukfast served in my room Instead of
yours, dear?"
"No. I don't Yoa ran have yours
served there if you like. I'm going to
eat mine iu my own rooms."
"All right, deur.   Did you cut your
self badly?"
"Little you  care  whether  I  did or
Carrie after fixlug Bob's coffee hand
ed It to hlm und let go of It before be
bud gut a bold on It Tbe consequence
wus tbut cup and Nicer fell to Ihe
table, the cup wan broken anil tbe eof
fee Housed over the white llicn table
Bob burst forth Into s torrent of pro-
faulty, and Carrie, wltb flushing eye*,
left the table.
One hour luler Boh. realising Ibat
the Weened day of rest that came but
ouce a week wss likely to puss In misery, went to bis wife's room to try fur
a reoonr I lint luu. She wan silling at a
table writing aome letter* It seemed
to him that she hnd left him In hell
and be had followed ber to the garden
of Kdeu. Tbere was something delight
fully verdant shunt the apartment.
Carrie looked up ul him lovingly Ue
bent down snd kissed her
"What tbe deuce were we squabbling
nbout snywsyT' he asked.
"I don't know, dear."
"Nor I.    I only know  I  wanted to
kill some one."
"And I felt ss If I wuu id lly out uf
my skin " >
The next day Ihe family ubyslrtnn
was culled In tu see Mrs. DelnttcUl
and was received In lbe red suit. At
er giving her some minute Instructions
pertaining to her case he snld:
"Have yuu utben munis In tbe house
than these'*"
"Yen. Why do ynu nsk. (fcn'Mr.t"
"Becnime tu your enndltion II will
never do fnt yuu tn neenpy I bene. Tb��
red wlll have s very had effect up��>n
yuu     Ited wlll drive Home persons to
"Uow wonld green do?"
������The very thing    Red Is.terribly Irrl
tnttng. green Ih very restful     I* yon
have s room decorated In green, move
into It st om-e."
"Indeed I will.doctor."
When Bub eame home his wife met
him at the door and flung herself Iuto
Wsnfiim. radiant.
"Oh. Boh." wIm* exrlulmed. "there's
no more need for ua to quarrel! I've
found nni the cause. It's the red snlt
The doctor lius��ordered me out of It
He says tiie green rooms are Just the
thing for nm. Don't you know we've
always heen pleasant with eacb other
���Come to think of It 1 do." .
"Ob. I'm so glad.'
���j| expect It's the red, In many eon-
Ides' lives that sets them to quarreling."
Humor and
I'U like to own nn auto
It 1 could have a car
Thnt ran on uny bom of roads
Without a single jar.
That never had a puncture.
That worked without a hitch.
That wouldn't Bel the gearings wrong
And land me In lhe ducli.
I'd like to own un auto
That cunning waa and cute,
That wouldn't nmell of gasoline
And spoil my Sunday suit.
That had no bills expensive
Kor fixtures and repairs,
That wouldn't cause me worry
Or multiply my cares.
I'd like to own an auto
That would regard It play
To run without a single slip
A hundred mllea a day,
That looked so very stylish
It made the people turn
To say that they were certain
1 must have cash to burn
I'd Ilk* to own an auto;
That one 1 have In mlad,
Rut If I couldn't get It
I'd take 'most any kind.
Juet any rattle wagon
Whose rare wan nearly run
Would, aa I huve It figured.
Be better far than none.
Good Reason.
^^^^^^ *** ?��?". ar.i.n*pa .
"Bo you have any trouble with your
"Yes. I very seldom digest strawberry Rhortcake."
"How do you explain that?"
"1 very seldom get It."
More Profit to You���the Wearer
of Semi-ready Clothes
THE btst cloth won't lock well unless the work in it is good/*
nor will it wear well.
A ready-made clothier will rob a coat of $3.00 worth cf work and
you'll be none the wiser���net at first.    But the sad news will come
home to you in the wearing and fitting quality���
what we call the "staying."
There's no lack of good tailoring in Semi-ready���
that we know. Every detail which makes for tho
fine virtues of tailoring is put into the coat.
Reid & McDonald,
New Westminster, B. C.
$15, $25,
$30, $35.
Thc Label's in
the Pocket.
The Ruling Passion.
"Did you know Maude Is taking lessons in domestic science?"
"Hut I thought sbe disliked housework."
"She detests It."
"tioluc to be mnrrled. I suppose?"
"Tbere are no Immediate prospects
of It."
"Hoes she Intend to teach?"
"Oh. no "
������Then why her martyrdom?"
"She has discovered that she looks
perfectly retelling In a white cup and
apron" iT...
"Ye*, dekr "
"Is 0    hat on straight?"
"I'erffrtly "
"Ob. deari"
"Wbut's tbe mntter?"
"Tben  the eutire effect Is lost    It
Isn't meant tn lie that way at all."
Of Couraa.
'Say. mother. j'know why they have
only two wheels to 11 bicycle?"
"X-n-no. Johnnie: why do ihey?"
"'Cause they kin go fast enough on
Work For Him.
"Wbut's become of the fellow tbnt
nsed to rock the Inint?"
'They keep hltn buay now cranking
the motor."
"Krery man has bis price."
"True, but I won't cut on mine."
Fer the Executive Fart.
It'* nie* tu tak* In washing.
And you wUI never rus It,
If starling In that bualneas
Vou ttava a wlf* to do IL
There may he truth on both sides,
hut your true ��|M>rt ts Interested upon
one side only.
Ability and Industry will take a man
so fur that he wou't want to get hack.
liaving the disposition of nn India*
Isn't pleasant, but by und by |>eupl��
will begin to take notice.
defusing to recognize failure even
when It brings Indisputable credentials
and bulling success with acclaim upon
the slightest Indication of ll have a let
lu do witb getting 00 In the world.
When women go daffy over a long
hnlred mun It, Is ly-cuiise Ihe short
haired variety of their neiiuWInlHnee
ttHve proved themselves noodle heads.
The |M>tU|tatts Individual thluks that
just Iieing who lie hi ta doing great
The mun who Is out much o' nlgbta
Isn't In tbe class with the coining men.
Sometimes you compliment t woman
most by not complimenting her too
Many n man who think* a lot of ���
Clrl marries her and tben forgets all
iilwii her.
Tbe only way to keep from telling
your trouble* ts not to have any.
at   Oa   SMITH.
Buy antl saD new sod   second   hand
goods oi all! kdasta.   Tools especially.
SO Mclnnet* Street. Phone ISPS
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
Your Best Shopping
CUPPOSE there were no advertisements���
r* what a worrying task shopping would
loe ! Think how you would miss the helpful information that now guides you to
select the best goods, and to know the
shops where they can be best obtained.
How difficult to make up your shopping liat without flrat knowing something about the goods you need, or
the store that sells them! Tour shopping would Im all experiment You
would pay out a lot of money during
the alow process of learning by experience how to avoid disappointment
and dissatisfaction.
Thanks to the high standard ot pre-
���ent-day advertising, no peracn need4
to shop at random   l'he advertising
columns of a newspaper give you just
the Information you require to make
your best selection of goods or store.
Leisurely, In the comfort of yonr own
home, you can plan and decide upon
the purchases tn view.
From soap to    gas    ranges���trcm
shoes to automobiles���one gets from
newapaper advertising the Information
that is essential to sate and advantageous buying.
Newspaper advertisements are the fingerposts on the road to right buying. They
are quick and safe guides to the places ?md
goods most worthy of your patronage.
News Ads. will help you in your shopping
* .'���
... 7... PAGE BIGHT
Fifty foot fine orchard lot,
high ground anA low price, $550.
Goo'd terjni
Fifty foot lot on Sixth street,
near cRj^ only ,$850.
Three lots, 41x177 feet each,
on Sixth Street car line. Quick
sale at $2500, for the three.
Terms, B	
Warner, Bangs & Co.
lH<t��hone 1024.
Coldicutt   Blk.      East  Burnaby.
��� ii,. H I
.. i
In c.i'r3, cf year death whs!
would happen to ycur business'
Maybe it would sell today at a j
splendid price, but after your
death would it not become disorganized and be much reduced
In value In a few months even?
Are your investments outsida
your business in such shape as
to cause your wife the minimum
of inconvenience 7
Your wife and children in the
event of your death wlll require
advisors. Are you cuite satisfied
thoy will select the best advisors ? The selection of such
advisors is a matter you shouid
attend to  r.cw.
Call In and talk ever this
ma'ter���It is In the regular routine of our business.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000 00
|>     TMs New Residential Hotel
Heated by steam throughout. Hoi
and cold water and Telephone in
everv room.
Cafe and dining room in connection
second to none in the city.
i In- best accommodation in New
Everyltilnj Modern and l'p-To-Bate
Eighth  S'.reet. New Westminster.
Hie  miinii,-  from   13.CE.  and  (.'.KU.
The most comfortable rooms in the
city; hot and cold waier and steam
radiator iu each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at the bar, and first class cafe run in
Phone   186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
Fraser Hotel tAlt
Meals at all hours. We serve
the hest tlie market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
Weather Today.
Victoria, Nov. 1.���Weather forecast
for the next twenty-four hours.
Lower mainland���light to moderate
���winds chiefly cloudy with rain; not
much change in temperature.
All the retailers of the city havo
been requested to attend a meeting
which will be held on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5. It is understood tliat
several important matters will be
brought up for discussion.
Edmonds    wood    and    coal
Phone R 1111, W. A. McDonald.
The official board of the Sixth avenue Methodist church will hold th?
quarterly meeting at the home of Mr.
Kairweather. Eleventh street, on the
evening of Nov. 7 at 7.30 o'clock.
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth Sireet Bakery.
Telephone 281. (9)
Cn Hallow'ecn a young son arrived
tt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Weir
of this city and was greeted by a general celebration. Mrs. Weir Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Burke
rf 1316 Cariboo street. Both mother
and child are doing excellently
Mrs. J. Rindal, 612 Cameron street,
'-ad her band rather severely burned
at six o'clock last evening when she
threw a blazing curtain from the window. I ler young son had been play
mg with a jack-o'lanterii and in some
way the curtain caught fire. Nothing
more was burned.
Three additional counts of having
stolen goods in his possession were
charged against George McPhease yesterday, before Judge Howay. awaiting
trial for theft at the present assizes.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio a'
Thirteenth avenue and Sixth street.
Telephone It 735. (10'
The iron pipes for the installation
of a water system for the benefit of
North road residents, by Burnaby,
are now lying along the road ready
for laying down. This boon will b-?
shared in by the Coquitlam ratepayers on the eastern side of the road
upon application.
A defective stove pipe in a shack
occupied by a gang of Italians in the
rear cf the house owned by Mrs. Hof
?ard, 5fli) Carnarvon street, resulted
in a small blaze starting about ten
o'clock yesterday morning The firemen were called out from No. 1 and
No. -.2 stations and quenched the
threatened conflagration after $100 in
damages had resulted.
Rutledge-Saunder3 Brokerage Company are moving from their office in
the Trapn blocV to Suite 41S-10 Westminster Trust bloc'.i. (8)
Rev. A. P. Baker, who lias just re
signed  tho  pastorate cf    the    Olive'.
Bapiitt church to accept a call from
he   Mount  Pleasant   Baptist church.
Vancouver, will conduct his first Ber-
\ vico3  In bis new    charge    tomorrow
morning  and  evening.     Mr.  Baker  ls
still residing in this city but plans to
move  Ilia  home  on   .Monday,   No vein
ber 11.
The mystery connected with the dis
appearance cf Mr. a. Mills from his
home near Kennedy station, which oc
curred about three weeks ago, was
cleared up in police court yesterday
morning wlien Mills was brought into '.
court after having been found trying
to pass a blp.uk cheque. The Sui rey
police were notified and he lias been
taken back to his home. Mills left
Kennedy three weeks ago fcr Vancouver supposedly to see a doctor and
until early yesterday morning \Vas hot
seen 3gain.
The members of tlie Olivet Rapti-i*
church have been requested to remain
after tlie evening service on Sundv
to consider a name wliich the deacons
will put hefore them as a new pastor
to succeed Rev. A. K. Baker, who recently resigned. Several names have
been considered hy the deacons and il
Is thought that before many week*
have passed a permanent pastor will
be Inducted. In the meantime Rev. Il
G, McDonald, late of Dewdney, is acting pastor.
The Women's Auxiliary cf St. Bar
nabas church wll! held a bazaar on t!>.
'.'Tt'n of November in the Parish Hall
Tenth street. (13)
No. 1 Salmon in 1 lb. tins; regular 16c.   Today  2 for 25;
Paragon Pickles, large bottle3
of pickles just in; regular 35c.
Today 25:
Catsup, Champion brand, a guaranteed article; per bottle ..25:
Kippered Herring in tomato
sauce; regular 2 for 25c. Today eaoh 10J
Our.Special Tea at 50c per lb.
cannot be excelled.
Raisins; regular 2 for 25c. Today, eaoh  10-
Royal Household Flour; today,
per sack     ��� .$1.05
Stephen's Strawberry Jam, in
tins of 5 lbs. of jam. Special
today at, per tin  80;
Fard Dates, new goods just in.
Today only, per lb -15c
Fresh Ayrshire Dacon In today;
also fresh Sausage and Headcheese, new cakes. Fruit
Cherry. Seed and Sultana, just
The largest Olives in town on
sale today at, per pint 35:
Limberger Cheese, McLarens, in
one pound bricks, each 35;
Remember all our Peels, shelled
and unshelled Nuts, Raisins and
Currants are FRESH.
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
Local Potatoes 75c Sack
These are First Class Spuds.   Every Sack Guaranteed
or Money Back.
Ashcroft Potatoes $1.00 sack
We have just received two car loads of these'Potatoes.
$1.00 per sack for the next two days.
Five Roses Flcur $1.75 sack
The Best Flour made. You all know it and have used it
West End Branch 650
City Store 193 and 443
Sapperton Branch 373
(Continued from rage one)
abroad, and evidence thus obtained.
frcm the most suspicious sources. |
These people were given the entre, j
but none of prisoner's fr.endj, except
ills counsel, \va3 allowed to visit him,
or in any way assist in procuring evi- ]
dence on his behalf.
Sir Charles quoted authority to
show that it lay witli the pres.dins
judge in the circumstances vhero n ���
bill was presented 61 no true bill
round, fcr the prisoner to be admitted
\o bail.
Mr. Bouplas Armour, K.C. as repre
sentlng the attorney general, sa'.d he
gathered from his learned friend tha1.
he waa applying for ball under general
important case. HIS learned friend
talked about delays, scandalous administration of justice, etc., but it
would be a greater scandal if tho
i crown weie hampered in prosecuting
I this case to the utmost limit of the
j law, and not be allowed every facility
I in doing so. He briefly reviewed the
I fa til 8 connected with the robbery and
j r> ferred to tlie fights going on against
I the extraditicn cf certain others al-
i leged to be connected with the crime,
I wllich rendered it imposs'ble for the
! crowti to proceed at this assize, and
! oxjedient that the case be extended
I nitil next assise.
I     As to the private prosectticn ence a
| prisoner  was  committed  for  trial    a
l private prosecutor  had nothing more
to  say  in   the   matter  than   the  uia'i
In the moon.    It devolved entirely upon the officers ot the crowti.
Sir Charles again emphasized    the
j enibarassment and injustice to the dence by die crown  withholding    the
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Sir Charles sa;d that at the end of
ilia observation he had stated that his j names of their material witnesses and
object was to simply bring these ex��� earnestly urged tlie court for an extraordinary facts to tbi! attention ol | pression cf opinion which might in-
<he court lo be followed later, if neces | duce the attorney general to consider
sary, b.v a formal application for the the prisoner as well as the Bank or
'.iWc'.ir.'je a prisoner Ofl It's cwrjMctrcal and expedite trial proceed-
recogalUStces or c^i s,.oli b��ilvas hi.-1 lnga.
T-dsliip might   direct,    lie   accepted)    Justice Murphy declined.
*m a
Mr. Armours statement that ho was
instructsd b.v the crown and was no'
representing the flank of Montreal. In
He said
lie had no power to order tlie attorney
general to issue an indictment. The
defence    could    proceed    under    the
that case be might assist the court by j Habeas Corpus act.
n forming lt what the crown intended
to do.
Mr. Armot-r read an affidavit stat'm
that certain material witnesses could
hot be produced, but whose names In
the interests cf justice could not be
divulged. He held that counsel foi
Dean should apply for bail under tiie
Habeas Corpus act.   This was a most
An application that prisoner be allowed food from outnide tlle jail, met
'vith the response that it was a matter of ja'l administration, nor coulj
Uie court do anything more In the
matter of defence expense than d:rect
the attention of the attorney genera!
to the nature of the evidence to be
given by .prisoner's witnesses.
Needed  Chips   Cannot Now   Be   Built
Within   Period   of  Britain's
London", Nov. 1.--Admiral Lord
Charles Beresford, the Unionist mem-
bor ot Parliament lor Portsmouth, In
a speech at Portsmouth, seconded tre-
remarks of F'ield Marshal Lord Jlob
arts In regard to Great Britain's in
Lord Roberts made llis speech at
Mane'iestov last week, and pointed a
warning linger at Germany. His
Statements created a sensation owing
to thc dangers lurking In the presenl
Balkan situation.
Lord Charles ln his speech, said.
"Great Britain's position was never
so serious. Nobody can tell where
the Balkan War will end. German.;.
alone of the nations of Europe, can afford to look at the present international situation with unconcern because her defences are sufficient and
"Even if the government started to
repair the past neglect it would, in
many respects, be too late."
Ix>rd Charles Beresford placed tho
period of Great Britain's danger within the next 30 months, and asserted
that It Is impossible to build the needed ships ln that time.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every tB minutes thereafter
until <j p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., laat car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at G. 7, 7:30. 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) nt K:45. 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p m.
and late cur at 11:30 p.m. Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Pl.st car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
For Cliilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 aud 6:10 p.m. Kor
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
Reduced rates are offered
cer the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
ail points on the division.
TicKets for these special excursions are bn sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
These Are All in Good Locations
and Are Good investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
1359���FIFTH STREET near Eighth
avenue; 50x182 to lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195���SEVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots: upper side; 50x131
all cleared and graded: price $127$
1397���83 FOOT LOT corner of 8lxth
avenue and Ash street; price $4000
on easy terms.
6* foot lot In good location; Just of.
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
near Sixth street car line; 50x150
each; some are cleared: street is
graded; price $3000 on good terms.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
W( write Flre, Lift, Accident, Employsif Liability,   Automobile
��nd Marine Insurance
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street;
���   Modern Conveniences.
62* and 741 Columbia Street, Phene 88., New Weetmlneter, B. C.
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street


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