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VOLUME 7, NUMBER
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NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
PK1CE  FIVE OENTb
MAYOR LEE MAhb
REPORT ON BONDS
$1,250,000 Sold at 92i/4-
Interest   Around   Five
Per Cent.
Faced   Most   Unpromising   Situation
and    Succeeded   Where   Other
Canadian Issues Failed.
WOULD LEASE NEW
ARENA EOR RINK
Application   Made to  City  Council-
Skating Four Months In Year-
Patrick Interested.
New Westminster wlll not be hampered for the lack of money ln Its
great schemes for development. This
much was clearly defined In Mayor
Lee's report on his mission to London
to sell tbe bonds. The report ls one
of the most Important ever made In
council and contains the story of bow
the city's chief exceutlve succeeded
where other people failed. The mos'
striking announcement was that
$1,250,000 of the Royal City's bonds
although not out of the underwriters'
hands, had already been purchased.
The rate at which the securities will
be sold Is 92%. The Interest may be
a little abovo 5 per cent, or a fraction
below, according to the condition of
the money market. The million and
a quarter of bonds already on call
will be issued in a very short time,
and will provide sufficient fund3 for
local Improvements, Including the
initial work on tbe harbor scheme.
It has been found advisable to hold
back the balance of the bonds until
next spring, when, according to the
mayor, a successful sale already la
assured.
To Establish Agency.
"The councll and the genera] public
will be anxious to know the result of
my  mission," said the mayor, as hs
rose to present bis report.    "In the
flrst place 1 wish to state that it was
a task which could not be termed   a
holiday.    When  1 started out I  was
not asked to sell tho ctty's bonds, bul
to establish a flscal agency In London
with a responsible flrm which would
take care of tho Issues from this c'.ty.
When  I  got  to Toronto on  my  way
over I got cold feet as 1 was informed
there that It would be Impossible   to
cell    bonds    at   a reasonable-figure.
However.   I  didn't care to  back out,
and   when   I   reached   l^ondon   I  was
told by several prominent authorities
that the marltet was in the worst position it had been for thirty years.
Uninviting Situation.
"Cond'tlons all over." went on   thc
mayor, "tend to make    money    dear.
Besides Issues coming In from foreign
countries the    market    was    literally
swamped    with   Canadian    flotations,
many of which were meeting with but
fair success, while in one case 93 pe������
cent,   vns   left  on   the   underwriters'
hand.    I could have    made    arrange
ments at once, but it would have ieer.
necessary  to  offer an  exorbitant  Inducement  to  prospective   purchasers
Not only was money going up, but so
also were the charges for underwriters, and on all hands    the   situation
was most uninviting.
Village or City 7.
"I was surprised fo hear from some
of the financial people," declared his
worship, "that hot only some of our
own.peopie who had been lu the old
country, but also people from outside
municipalities, had been making adverse comments on the prospects of
Westminster. I tell you we have got
to f.ght our w^y through. We have
got to show," and here the mayor
waxed vehement, "that lf we are eve'r
going to make anything more than a
village out of New Westminster w.s
have got to have tho citizens and business men stand behind the council
and have faith In lt.
"After visiting several financial me'
I found that lt was Impossible to get
money for bonds of a c'ty of    this
size  under  a  5  per cent,  yield ror
the  InvestoV.    Tliere were  securities
on the market from all parts of   the
world, most of which   were   government guaranteed  G per cent,  securities, so that you see there was but a
small chance for New Westminster.
Offered at 5 Par Cent.
"I decided to ask 95 for tbe bonds,
(Continued on Page Four,)
A new phase in the hockey situation as regards New Westminster
cropped up yesterday when six well
kuown citizens after a consultation
with Frank Patrick decided to apply
for a lease ot the new borse show
building at Queens park. It ls pro-
, ot.c-d to form a company known as
it e Westminster Rink Co., Ltd., and,
with tbe conseut of the city council,
lo lease the building at tbe park for
a number of years, paying an annual
rental for same. Those connected
with the move are Messrs. C. A.
Welsh. Dr. F. P. Smith, L. M. Richard-
sou. Thomas Gilford, C. A. Bourne
and E. H. Savage.
The names of Aldermen Gray and
Kellington were mentioned ln connec
tlon with the building of a rink on
Lulu island, but these bave now
withdrawn from the scheme on account of their being on the city council.
An Inspection of tbe new building
was made yesterday morning, and according to Frank Patrick lt would
make an ideal place for a hockey and
Ice skating rink, thus giving the city
enough to pay tbe interest and part
Investment on the capital expended.
That It wlll not Interfere with the
original Intention for the use ot the
building ls demonstrated by the fact
that in Montreal, the large rink,
known as the Montreal Arena, Is used
for all kinds of doings ln the summer,
as open .air concerts, horse shows,
while in the winter lt Is used for skating purposes. The famous Wanderers
use this place for their grounds.
A formal application, signed by the
gentlemen named above, was read before the city councll last evening asking for the leaso of the building for
a period of tour months of each year
for a term ot twenty years. This
would date from December 1 to
March 1.
A rental was suggested of $100 per
month, or $400 per annum.
The communication also asked for
a lease for the same length of time
of a strip of land 60x60 feet on whloh
a refrigerating plant would be erected
at a cost of $30,000. for which a rental
cf $25 per month the year round was
suggested, making a total of $700 per
year. Alderman Lynch, after tbe read
lng of the letter, asked thst a decision
{be granted at an early date as Patrick
was leaving for   the   East   in   a few
days.   Mayor Lee. realising this situa-
tlon. stated that ditails would bave tc
be gone Into before a decision could
be given, and the matter waa referred
to the parks committee to report.
BURNABY GETS
NEEDED MONEY
Issues   One  Year  Treasury
Certificates for $325,000
-Half of Bylaws.
Reeve Weart Expected Frcm London
Soon���Tricks of Sub-division Owners  to   Be   Presented.
Edmonds, Sept. 30.���Burnaby's financial situation was partially cleared
this evening wben the council agreed
to Issue One-Year Treasury Certificates to the amount of $325,000 which
will be handled through the Bank ot
Montreal by the Dominion Bond Company. This is a little more than half
of the by law money which was voted
upon at the election held ln January.
A little hitch has oecured with the
remainder, but this, it Is understood,
will be cleared up within the next
three months.
Whether the municipality will Issue
the remaining $300,000 In Treasury
Certificates remains to be seen, but
with what will be on hand with the
order issued this evening will more
than tide over certain sections ot
work until the first of the year.
This latest deal has been in motion
for the past three months, but tbe
Issuance of one year notes was left
over in the hopes that the London
money market would improve to such
an extent tbat the sale of the debentures could have been culminated at
a reajcnable figure.
Follows Point Grey.
No clearance in the financial situation appeared and with little prospects of It doing so until next year
anyway, Burnaby followed the suit
taken by Point Grey two weeks ago,
and Issued one year notes.
The arrival ot Heeve Weart    who
BEST IN WEST
OPENS TODAY
Great Annual Exhibition  Is
Bigger and Better than
Ever.
Horae Show Building Will Bs Opened
���Busy Scenes as Preparations
Are Completed.
BUILDING PERMITS    "
INDICATE SEASON
[Wit NOT EIGHT
LUMBER COMPANY
BUSINESS MAN IN
CHICAGO IMPILCATED
In Bank    Robbery���He   and    Second
Man  Know Where $170,000 of
��� ��� Stolen Money. Is. ���....'.
"OUR LADY OE THE
SNOWS" DISPROVED ?
Austiallan Criticism Results' In Canadian Peaches and Grapes for
England.
Ottawa, Sept. 30.���Canada Is going
to show the world what can be done
ln the way of producing fruits which
require warm weather to mature.
There will be displayed at the Festival of Empire, ln London, this au-
tumij an array of Canadian grown
grapes and peaches which wlll open
the eyes of the Britishers.
There ls a reason for this. Australian immigration agents have been
telling the Brittah people things ahout
Canada's climate which are neither
kind nor accurate. There wlll be
shown in Loudon such quantities or
the finest grapes and peaches in the
world that cold weather atorieh told
hy Canada's rivals will be refuted.
Chicago, Sept. 30.���Information that
$170,000 of the money stolen from the
Canadian bank may be now In possession of two men, one a well known
business man here, was given Assistant Chief Schuettler by Jeanette
Little. She is the reputed wife of
Jim Stacey, under arrest ln St. Louis
lu connection with tbe robbery. She
said tbe two had the money or at
least ^e knowledge of where .it was.
The Identity of the business man Is
kept secret by the pollce. The second
man Implicated by the woman Is said
to have a criminal record. The polio
are searching for bot\. The business
man is reported to have disappeared
after the search for the bank robbers
became public.
Breaking of her silence by the
woman was unexpected. Detectives
say that she has only begun her revelations and that through'her they may
round up the entire gang.
FIREMEN BUSY
So Were Some ef Hotel Customers-
Two Alarms Yesterday.
The city flre department wae Oalled
out on two alarms last evening, little
damage being done in either* case.
The flrst occurred about 5 o'clock at
the Cosmopolitan hotel,'and Is said
to have been caused by a pail of
grease being tipped over. Dense
clouds of smolte were oozing out of
the Huilding when the department ar
rived, but a chemical stream and one
line of hose soon righted matters
The damage was estimated to b-��
about $200.
A curious feature of the occurrence
was the utter disregard of the danger
exhibited by several ot the male sex
who continued to consume nunjerouj
schooners of hop bitters at the bar of
the hotel while one hungry Individual
stayed tn the thick of the smoke demolishing an evening meal.
The other outbreak was at the
home of Peter Wllkie on l-eith streel
st 7:30. cahsed by a defective chimney. The damage was practically nil
and one of the hand extinguishers
sufficed.
Is now on his way from London, and
Is expected to be present at the next
meeting of the council on Oct. 7, is
thought to be fraught with much Interest, for besides several important
municipal questions to be argued out
the aspect of the Ixmdon financial
iltuatfon is expected to be made plain
by  the chief magistrate.
On a motion by Councillor McDonald seconded bv Councillor Mayne.
a letter of condolence will be sent
to the widow and children of the lata
ex-counolllor John Rumble, and several remarks wert heard at the meet-
ng regarding the great work the
deceased performed in the upbuilding J
of the municipality.
M:':: rnd Brunds I
SeVert��l matters will be brought up
by the Burnaby representatives at
���he Union of B. C. Municipalities,
���oeetirg in Revelstoke on Oct. 22 and
22. One of them ls the "Metes and
Bounds' method used by sub-division
wnen, in order to esacpe the Maps
\nA liana bylaw of the'municipalities. 1 his method allows a property owner to clear his land, lay out
mid trade streets and file the plan
it the off'ce of tlte land registry ofT'c?
without the roads being taken over by
the municipality.
The engineer pointed out, in his re
nort on this, that the owners can sell
the property In small parcels and deceive the buyers by stating to them
that water, light and sewers would be
laid there In the near future, whereas the municipality had no power to
enter on these streets unless tbey
purchased or were deeded same.
Several Instances of this kind have
cropped up of late In Burnaby when
tt was found that the stieets of the
subdivision did not tallv with the et-
IstltiK streets owned by the munlcl-
cap! tly.
Telephone Charges.
Another matter will be the alleged
e-orbltant rates which the B. C. Tele
phono comnarty charges to patrons re-
*'dinK In the municipalities outside of
the Wo cHtle<i. ��� Councillor MacDonald
itated that this was an outrage, and
dur'ng the past month, he had had
statistic!) prepared comparing the
-rites charged ln this province with
those of the prairies and the western
states of the United States.
A clearing contract for a nortlon
ef the Johnston road was let this
evening to A. B. Besaloff for $1400.
Once again the wheels of the annual exhibition of the Royal City
wlll turn this morning, and despite
all the optimistic reports of the past
the fair of 1912 wlll most assuredly
go down on tbe books as the best
ever. The exhibits are all in, tbe at
tractions are of the best, tbe peopL
of the city and district are enthused
and now the only thing remains ts th'
weather. Giveu a fair chance on this
and providing the clerk thereof ha.
not tired of the beautiful fall days ot
the past month, the attendance re
cords wiil be swept by the boards.
The opening of the fair will taki
place this afternoon, president T. J
Trapp. of the R. A. & I. Society, ot
filiating in an Informal way, the rea'.
ceremony belug left for the Duke oi
Connaught to perform. This takes
j'ii-ce on Thursday afternoor, but
plenty of things will happen before
then and the rough edges will be
worn ttt by the time the Royal part;
again  i>uts in an appearance.
Fun and Sport.
Following the opening ceremony at
2 o'clock this afternoon, the artists
who have been gathered from all
parts of the continent and the world
tor all that, will give a tree performance on the specially built platforn.
| on the south side ot the oval tac'.ng
the main graudstand.   This will con
September Is   Away   Hoad   of   Last
Year's Total, But Big Drop
from August.
As was predicted during the first ot
tbe month by the city building Inspec
tor, thc total value uf the building
permits Issued during September was
not as great as during the previous
month. Sixty-seven permits In all
were issued during the month Just
ended, the aggregate value being
$101,035, as compared with $423,40u
for August and $84,185 for the corresponding period of laat year.   The
Street Cancellation On Lulu
Island-Agreement With
Brunette Mills.
Will  Accept 110,000 for Latter    and
Withdraw Objection to Granting of Foreshore.
The petition of the British Can*
total for the nine months to date now I dlan Lumber company for the r�� '.cells $1,414,113, which exceeds the [ iation of several
figures for the same time last year by
several thousand dollars.
Tbe poor showing of September Is
accouuted for by the fact that building operations In the city generally
begin to ease off at this time qf the
year ou account of the approach ot
the rainy season.
The figures came very close to being the lowest for any month this
year as up to about noon yesterday
morning they totaled in the neighborhood of $75,000. The reputation ot
tbe month was saved, however, as.
later in tbe day. Messrs. Gardner &
Mercer, the architects for the additions to the Trapp block, came along
and took out the $28,900 for tbat Job.
The majority of the other permits issued during tbe month were for repair Jobs or residences and very few
big ones were taken out
PUBLICITY BODIES
TO GATHER TONIGHT
sume the greater part ot an hour untV
the crack lacrosse teams ot Eastert-
and Western Canada wlll mix for the
world's championship.
The .next   stellar even! of the   da>
will bf the opening of tho new horse
show Cuildlng by Hon. Pr'ce Ellison
minister   of agriculture.   This   takes
place at 8 o'clock and tbe second an
nual horse show will then be started
This should appeal most strongly of
all of the attractions of the fair, for
who does not wish to see the best of
the equine race go through their pacej
In a comfortable arena.
Progressive
Delegate
Association      Appoints
Mayor Lea Will Welcome   Guests���Luncheon.
SAfEBLOWERS BUSY
AGAIN UP VALLEY
Two Yeggmen Cscure $300 Loot from
Mission Junction Store���Get
Clear Away.
Mission Junction, B. C, Sept. 30.���
Blowing open a safe lu DesBrlsay's
general store here early this morning,
two yeggnien looted it of $300 in caah
and got safely away before ne'ghbora
hearing the explosion could g'vo the
alarm. By the neatness of the Job
the local police think the robbers
were experienced men. They left no
clew for detectives to work upon but
it Is thought they escaped in the dl-
| rectlon of Vancouver.
Record Horse Show.
[ According to Mr. F. H. Cunning
ham, who has been in charge of the
entries and all arrangements connect
ed with the borse sbow, this year's
event will be tbe best ever staged in
the Royal City. The committee has
worked hard and .does not doubt thar
the people wbo visit the fair will be
well rewarded In seeing the show
winch commences every night of the
week.
Ytsterday was a busy time at tho
ia.r grounds, and also on the cars going to and fro from Columhla street
t.i the park gates.
Early and late a continual stream
of humanity waa passing ln and out
wuile the stock exhibits were fast ar-
t vin;: from .the Victoria-boat which
dorked early ln the day. The last
touches were being put to the decorations, the ctty electricians were
stringing a bountiful supply of arc
lights which will make the grounds
as light by night as by day, while the
small hucksters and other concessionaires were as busy as bees erecting'
their temporary shacks and stands
ready for the opening.
All Space Taken Up.
Inside the buildings was the real
sight. With every foot of space taken
by exhibitors aud societies, oue can
imagine the small army of workmen
and workwomen necessary to trans
form the buildings from their usually
bare appearance to one great blase of
variegated color. They did tt wtth a
will yesterday, and, while nearly all
were tired out last evening, they wore
the happy smile of satisfaction that
their work was completed.
The Curtis collection of Indian pictures ,1a located, In a special place In
tbe industrial building and the beautiful scenes of life among the Redmen
here depicted are sure to attract much
notice. The art committee had a hard
time securing thia exhibit anJ a visit
will well merit any one's trouble.
A band stand has heen constructed
ln the centre of the lnduatrial building where dally concerts will he
given. Tbe other buildings of permanent atructure are all the eame aa
far as being full of exhibits goee. The
poultry Show will be a feature and
the reputation ot the Praser valley as
���> chicken raising ranch will be die
played with fine effect when the show
opens today.
Free Entertainment.
Everyone of course will take in the
amusements, and besides the free attractions the Sockeye Run will be the
best ever seen In the Royal City.
Applications for space have been bo
targe that whereas one side ot the
street alongside the oval and the
reservoir was- originally used, tha
stands now occupy both sldea of the
thoroughfare.
At the northern end ��of the oval a
new band stand haa been erected
which > will be occupied by the city
band for outdoor concerts.
This evening being occupied by the
meeting   of    the    various    publicity
bodies of the province, the   Progres
she association  executive met    last
night and appointed  Messrs. J.  Dorgan,   J.  W. Cunningham,    Dr. P. p
Smith,    T.    D.    Sherriff, W. T. Reid j
Nels Nelson and K. Myers   as   dele
gates to this gathering.    Mayor Lee
will welcome the visitors to the city
A vote of thanks was paased to Mr
J. D. Taylor, M.P., for his prompt attention to matters connected with ths
lightship, and  the secretary and the
shipping committee were    Instructed
to keep in touch with this and    all
matters affecting navigation.
The shipping and industrial committee will revise the statement of
the advantages of this city as a loca
tion for elevators in readiness for us?
when the mattsr is taken up by tbo
c'ty with the grain commissioners.
The nnnies of Mr. Alexander Lucas
M.P.P. for Yale, and Colonel A. D.
Davidson were mentioned as possible,
speakers at the next luncheon. It ia
probable that a luncheon will be given
in honor of Mr. Wilby when be arrives in this olty, thua completing an
automobile tour from coast to coast
une cr the aegis of the Canadian High
w.ij association.
ESCAPED CONVICT3
One Month Added to Sentence���In
Double Irons.
The three convicts who made an unsuccessful escape from the penitentiary a few weeks ago, being captured
out near the Fraser Mills, were
brought before Magistrate Edmondi
yesterday morning for a hearing. All
the trio, from testimony given by one
of the guards, had been exemplary
prisoners during their stay In the
penitentiary, where they are serving
a two year sentence.
One ot them, acting aa spokesman,
stated that the day on which they
made their get-away, was a bright one
and the thought, came to them ln a
moment while they were working on
the government wharf at Sapperton.
They had aire -ty been under
double iions for 41 days, and aaked
leniency from the court. Each was
given an additional one month to hla
flrat sentence, while the time apent.
alnce their attempted eecape wilt not
be deducted lrom their sentence.
streets    running
I through its property on Lulu   Inland
will not be contested by the council.
I This decision was reached after an all
round   discussion.     Alderman   Dodl
again objected to the move and was
I supported by Alderman Gray, but the
I majority held an    opposite   opinion.
'and a motion to offer no objection to
I the cancellation of the streeta  waa
carried.
I The recommendation of the finance
committee tbat the city accept $10,001)
from the Brunette Mills for the doe-
! lng of a street running through lta-
'property at Sapperton Invoked a
somewhat similar discussion, Alderman Dodd being against the suggestion.
"lt is a fortunate thing for the city
that Alderman Dodd does not get all
he wants. If he did we would not
have any Industries at all," declared
Alderman Curtis.
Mavor l.ee thought the city was get-
ling a fair deal In this matter, ami
saw no reason why an objection
should be made to the i,""ommenda-
tiei\
Terms of Agreement.   '      '   '
The city will withdraw Its object'"1*
'uofore the department of public work*
1 at Ottawa against granting the fore-
I there ranging alongside the plant to
1 lbe mill company on the understand
lug that the city be gWen permlaslon
to construct lta sewers through the-
property.   The city will also request
a grant of the company's right to thei
.foreshore lor a tfisf��!i*iJ'_'6r,Z5f>. teetl
when the firm or its successors goea"
out of   the   lumber   business.    Tills
waterfrontage   will be   used for   the
construction of a  public  wharf.  The
city clerk and mayor were authorized
to draw up an agreement between the
city and company to ccver the matter.
Water Employees Complain.
Stating that tliey were being dis-
criminated against by the officials of
the water department in the matter of
new appointments a petition was received from the employees of that department requesting that the city-
council investigate the matter.
"On several occasion recently,"
stated the net'tion, "rank outsiders,
incompetents and non-ratepayera have
been placed over us and allowed
wages in excess of what we receive
while the eld and tried servants of
the corporation who are thoroughly
conversant with the water system are-
forced to teach them how to do their
work.",.
Alderman Curtis stated that a new
man had been recently given the job
of assistant superintendent in the
place of Mr. Henderson, wbq had' vacated -the position. . Hd asserted that
no favoritism had taken place, thai-
best man bad got the ,-jo'b. and suggested that the matter be left.in tbj
hands of the water committee, but
Alderman Dodd declared it should n��
referred to a -special committee and
full Investigation made. Tlie men
will appear before the council at a
special meeting next Monday.
Alderman Gray was thanked for his
excellent administration during tbe
mayor's absence.
BURNABY MOURNS
Loss of Ex-Councillor Rumble���Burled
Yeeterday at Vaneouver.
Vancouver, Sept. 30.���The funeral
ot the late ex-Councillor Rumble, of
Jubilee. Burnaby, who died on Friday morning laat took place this afternoon before a large assembly of the
friends of the deceased, thua showing
tbe regard in whloh he was held
throughout the lower mainland. The
funeral services were held ln the Oddfellows building, interment taking
place at Mountain View cemetery.
Among those present from Burnaby
were Councillors McDonald, Mayne.
Britten, Municipal Clerk Arthur G.
Moors, Engineer F. L. McPherson,
ex-Reeve C. F. Sprott, ex-Reeve Byrnoi
ex-Couuclllor E. & Stride and others
connected with the work in the municipality.
Beautiful wreathe decorated tt��e
casket, one ot them being trom the
Burnaby municipality.
HOLDUP MAN GETS.
AWAY WITH GOODS
Great Northern Agent at Waldo Haa
Unpleaaant Experience���Provincial Police on Trail.
Fernie, B. C. Sept 39.���A
dressed like a lumberjack and
lng a white handkerchief tied
hie face, went into the station of
Great Northern at Waldo, yesterday
evening and holding the agent at bay
with a revolver, took $280 la casta and.
a large amount in Baker Lumber company cheques ont ot the aafe, *,**���&'
made a complete getaway.
Chief Minty, of the provincial police here, was notified at once pasa."
left with tour constables ou an extra
train at 1 o'clock laat night lt In expected the robber wlll be caught today, though no tidings have arrived*
alnce Chief Minty left.    ,
Laurler'a Ontario Tour.
Ottawa, Sept, 80.���sir Wilfrid lon- ���
rler began tonight- at Cornwall   hla -
fortnight series of meetings throughout the southern part of Ontario.   Ho
Is accompanied by Hon. Sidney FMfc-
er.   Hon. George    P. GaraMo. How.
Charles Murphy and Hon.k.m.LJ-JM-*
King.
r PAOE 1WO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
"JUICE" FOR THE FAB.Y.ER.
IMPORTING BSIDES.
RATES.
One cm pet word tor day.
Four **ma\a var word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less tbaa 25c
Birth, deatta and marriage
notices SOc per Insertion.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, NICE
modern six roomed cottage situated
on Fifth street; cement basement,
modern plumbing, furnace heat,
electric lights; lot 51>150; fruit
trees, large chicken house, etc. 1
will sell this home away below
value, and on easy terms, as I am
leaving city. Apply 527 Fifth street.
Phone 1.841.
���������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED SALES
lady for ready-to-wear department.
The T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR LUNCH
counter at rair grounds; wages $2.73
a day. Applj Tom Mastin, fair
grounds.
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY. GOOD
man to drive grocery wagon. Apply
Annandale Sopply company.
WANTED���GIRL POR GENERAL
house wort. Apply $25 Agnes street.
FOR SALE-r SPLENDID HOME ON
large lot, has seven rooms, panelled
dining room with fireplace, cabinet
and beamed ceilings; basement with
cement floor, laundry tubs and
furnace; hath and toilet separate.
This is a good home and owner will
sell cheap, as he ts leaving city.
Also one lot on First street near
Seventh avenue, for $750. Apply T2Z
Seventh avenue.
WANTED ��� SMALL FURNISHED
suite, with modern conveniences.
Apply giving fall particulars and
terms to Box 116 News office.
WANTED ��� PAINTING, PAPER-
hanging; reasonable price; work
guaranteed finst class. Box 114,
Daily Newa
WANTED���GOOD SECOND HAND
flat top desk. Boom 16 Collister
block.
FOR SALE���FOR STOVE WOOD
Phone P 1140.
FOR SALE!���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
1% acres with 686 foot road front-
ase, splendid location, close to new
school and tram. Owner, P. O.
Box 977. New Westminster.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH
teen fruit trees full bearing, 7."
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 fool
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
A|jply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIO
neer Dye Works, Second street.
Phone 430.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FURN-
ished rooms; would prefer a small
furnished house. Address Box 101
News office.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
qulre   two   comfortable   furnished
y rooms: old caoatry family preferred. Apply mow 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 4M.
WANTED���AN 1RONER. ROYAL
City eteam laundry.
WANTED-ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
FOR   SALE���A   UELL   PIANO,   AL
most new.    408 Fifth stieet.
<X>R SALIC���CHEAP, IN GOOD OH
der, a four burner gas plate, witt
oven complete. Apply 2i0 Agne.s
etreet, city.
���'OH SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop nnd chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5. 50x132 feet, garden and Vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Durnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on .premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, hlock
from city ear.   A. L. N��� News office.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THOMPSON'S IS THE PLACE FOP
a good square meal. 125 Third
avenue.
INVESTORS' DIVESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
SEVENTH AVENUE���Cottage, five
rooms, modern; Tery nicely furnished. Price $2300. Cash $1000. Terms
fcr balance.   No. 1.
KENNEDY STREET ��� All modern
storey and half residence; six
rooms and den. Bargain at $1000.
Terms.   No. -i.
TENTH AVENUE ��� Four roomed
house, good garden; lot 50x132.
$2000.   Caah $W0.   No. 28.
FINE LITTLE HOME, SEMI-MOD-
ern. large lot CSrlSS; fer* minutes'
walk from Bdsaonda Station. $1625.
cash $375. two years for balance.
No. 66.
i"OR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per wek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
TO  RENT.
FOR RENT ��� SEVEN ROOMED
house, all modern conveniences.
Kent $40 per month. Close in, on
car line. Apply McLeOd's insurance
office, city.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED, ONE
large double bedroom suitable for
two gentlemen or ladies, and one
smaller room; home comforts. 321
Tenth street.
Hon.  Adam Beck    It   Making   Somi
Interesting Experiments.
Tlnn. Adam Heck. Ontnrio'-s "P"��'<"
Minister," he* in preparation nn exhibition outfit with which li" proposes haVlng the tarm-> in the pow "
belt visited, and demonstrations ol
the us; of el ctrio power in firm worl>
made. One township is being wirer!
for the purpose of proving in concrete
fashion the ecnnnmv and d^sirnliilitv
of the elect rie-processes. Mr. B*"ck'l
experiments will he watched with
engor int.rest liy farmers all ovei
Canada, for liis success will mean e
revolution  in  rural   life.
According to the .chairman's esti
mates it will he possible to supply
two hbrsfvpowec to farmers on th��
lines at $25 n year. This power will
do all the work on the farm except
plowing, threshing-, and filling the
silo. The farmer with two horsepower will he aide to lir'it his farm,
to chop feed, cut wood, pump nil
r' .... drive a churn, milk, onerats a
eremn separator, cook, wash and de
all the other household work which
requires power.
He will not I)'' aide to do all thegi
things at one time, hut he never
wants to do them all at one time,
and liy iirriuming his work he can
k.>ep hi.* two hnr-e-power always employed. A special automatic cut-efl
would reeist.-r on a separata nnd^r
uny excess over tli j two horse-power
peak.
For the heavier farm processes Hon.
Mr. Beck will adopt the traveling
motor wagon- ll will lake the pine
of the steam engine ��it the tlireshing
'>��<���. With the assistance of a cable
tli" motor run l>ii lioolt on to the line
anywhere mid -run ncross the fields
to the liHrn to thresh or fill the silo,
or lor plowing purposes it would he
liit^li up to an eight-disk plow, which
can rip up 24 aer;>a a day.
"We are going to regenerate the
fnnner am) reorganize the farm." snid
Sir. !leek. v'The reason people do not
live ou the farm is because tliey have
no convenience; and few comforts.
We are going to give fh:m to the
farmer* nf Ontario. 1 know a farm
where they lmve thirty-live cows.
Thpre w.re 27 of tliem milking. It
took the farm-T. liis wife, two sons
iind the hired man two hours and a
fi<��� If nii/lit nnd mo-ping to milk tliem.
With ail electric inHki-r-not tli? siif.
tion propr*'*- that'* out nf date���le-
a.i 1 hi- hir-'d nuri dn n'l tlie work
in an hour and twenty minutes. And
the mlli is rl an- r when 1'iey have
finislvil thin it is n|!.-r the third
ttrnihinB aft r hnnd  milking.
"He cun have an automatic feed
dhoppe'r, fill 'ii- liopoer. go awny to
his work, rn��! P'"ii ��� iuiri*- nit or a few
hior- .-ind  (ind  lr-  liins  full.
"We will give ih-ni demonstrations
all over the country end onee they
see it ihey won't b_' without it. W"
will ellHrir" $2 u month at lir-t, hut if
wn eet enough on the line in any district it will he eheap.r, Everything
is given nt ccsl."
TO RENT���PARTLY FURNISHED
house close to Central school. Apply to 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���ROOMS OR ROOMS AND
board.    815 Agues street.
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED BED-
rooms.   Apply 437 Eighth street.
TO RENT���TWO LAROE FRONT
rooms in Hardmau block, overlooking the Kra ter river, suitable for
light housekeeping, offices or work
rooms. Apply Westminster Dally
News.
I TO    RENT  ���  TWO     FURNISHED
1    rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FIRP   FIRE    FIRE   FOR   RENT���NEWLY   FURNISHED
���      ���*�����>   ���  ��� ���**���    ���   ��� �������-      eight roomed m0dern house.    Will
give    lease.    Apply    415    Twelfth
street between 1 and 3 p.m.
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
It costs little to insure and a lot to
rebuild and refurnish.
Call on us for rates. We represent
only the strongest British' Board companies, and pay all losses promptly.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate G1as3, Automobile, Burglary, Employer's
Liability Insurance.
CITY OF NEV/ WESTMINSTER, B.C
Board of Health Department.
The Citizens of New Westminster
are hereby notified that ou and after
the lst day of October, 11)12, all garbage and ashes will bi removed free
of charge from privale residences.
Tho Department respectfully asks
that all those who have garhage to remove will provide themselves" with
two garbage caa* -one to be used for
ashes, and the other Dor garbage.
Householders will please place cans
in the moot accessible position possible, which will be of material assistance to the collectors when they cal!
to remove thc same. This does not
apply to business houses. The same
rates as are now in effect will st'Il be
charged them for the removal of gar
bage, ashes, etc
8. J. PEARCE,
Health Inspector.
Stove-Wood
'Phone Ri MO
W.RICH
Tearrdnfl and General Draylng Contrasting. Furniture Moving,
Excavating.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone I. 638.
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms.  828 Royal  Avenue.
TOR RENT���LARGE. AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x:!0 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for office er
workroom or may easily be divided
to mnke a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Dally News.
10 RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot anrl cold water.
Apply room I), KniKhis of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
ro RENT���LARGE A1RV FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reason-
aide.    720 Apnea street.
Pres'nce   of   Mind.
T'nrold Nelson Show, form- rly hend
of th ��� eloru'ion branch nf the Toroiite
Conservatory, and known for many
years as "Harold Nelson." a Shakespearean sttr through Western Canada, was practically ttie first actor to
introduce reputable companies and
standard drums? to the "wilderness"
of town hulls thnt served for theaJr .-
pr"vious to a few years ago.
It was in Ciilsary that the careless
ness of a staue enr.ienter threatened
to not only terminate the performance of "Hsnil t." but to dislocate
the star's knee in the bargain. A
solid platform had lieen carelessly
placed on Ihe uprights, th��n covered
with �� li*avy enrpi��t. representing a
grassy hank. Upon this Humlet wn-t
supposed to stund whi'��f he nddr-'ssed
the gho��t of his lather in the tir��t
act. As it happened. Mr. Nflson's
tirst step upon the "grassy bank"
made the platform sink nt one corner.
to pinching th�� call nl his i**ji that he
was totally h lpless tli extrirnte him-
eslf. The audience, in the dim light,
had not noticed anything wrong, although the stage manager wan Hinging frantically at the carprt. vainly
seeking to help Hamlet continue the
scene.
Mr.  Nelson, however, wan equal  t'
the emergency.    He   stood   painfully
at his post, and  uttered exactly   the
line that Shakespeare had writt��n for
Hamlet'j  salutation  of the jjhost:
"Speak!" cried   Mr.   Nelson,  "for I
can go no lurther."
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x164,
with 20 foot lane in the rear, on
Newcome Road and Thirteenth Ave.,
East Burnaby. Price $550; $50 down
balance $15 per month.
Four and a half acres In Surrey,
10 miles from New Westminster and
1 mile from Sullivan station, B.C.E.R.
Price $900; $100 down and balance
$10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth StreeL
A  Pionssr's Opinion.
When the final history of Ihe prea'.
Canadian Northwest is written, tlipre
will figure larueiy in its pa^es Dr
John McDougall, of Calgary, son ot
the late Dr. George McDonnell, a:i
ear'y pioneer missionary, after whom
the McDougall Methodist Church or
Edmonon received its name.
\\ lien asked if lie thought the pre*
ent i iish ot Immigration were "The
Last Trek" as l-.inerson Hough catlc .
it���lie lau-jlied and said:
"Why there is ab-olutely no limitation to the population-bearing quaii
ties bl this leirtii country! Hut h
man ha.s lo have conception-he mu���!
see visions.    He  must not be  like th.
Cambridge graduate of old who caine
out to this country in IsT'J, ami as ���**
sUi'kI In a learned po** on the hank.-
of tlie Saskatchewan River, ouL-ddu
the old Fort, said, 'Doubtless thi-
country will l-main as it is fir the
next century, the scene of the wan
deritlg savage ��� the pasture of tlm
great herds!' His speech whs recorded in The Toronto Globe about thai
time and you may read it iu tiie file.-.
to-day.���Edmonton Journal.
Living In Canada.
Canada has so far this year ratal),
lished a high-water record for this
generation in the cost of living. The
Department of Labor officials have
been carefully investigating the situ,
ation, and selected 261 articles of a
representative character throughout
the entire fleld of consumption and
production. Taking the average cost
at an index figure of 100 tlie flgure
to-day stands at 131, which is considerably more than the highest record
since the standard was formed. Retail prices for these urtieles have risen
6 per cent, over last year's prices.
How tha West Is Batn3 Populated i
Wilh Women.
The other 'ay the papers carried
dispatches t'i the effect that .10 hride".
to-be from Scotland and Ireland had
coma on tiie Caledonian, from Glasgow. Most of tlm young women were
bound for points In southwestern Cana.la. The method^ of the mating are
as interesting as they are unusual.
How widely they vary from our acknowledge for. is of a long courtship
and close familiarity before actually
binding the marriage vows can beat
be given hy an actual example.
Last autumn there crossed to Montreal on tlie Lake Champlain a young
womati from tlie south of England* A
girlhood friend of tier's had preceded
her a lew years, had settled out in
Canada west, had married and was doing nicely.
"Come out and join us." she had
written homo. "Conditions are so
much better here, where thingi aren't
nearly so crowded. Then, by and hy,
you'll meet your match and change
your prefix of Miss to Mrs."
"Topsy," as tliey nicknamed her. because of her part in a masquerade,
thought it over. It didn't seem quite
the thing for a single girl to be alone
on those western prairies. So she
wrote her friend she'd he glad to
come, providing she might be married
instauter.
"I've a friend here."'the Canadian
settler wrote, "who think i he'd like
ynu from my description." (Mark you
eo photographs had heen exchanged).
"He's sober and steadv, and got a
cood ranch and all lie wnnts Is a wife.
Come on, and you'll be happv."
Whereupon Topsy jy.it her posses
liona in a trunk, selling those which
wouldn't fit in it, piled a wedding
trousseau atop of this, sent a cable
to the man she was to marry, and set
sail.
They had arranged that he was t;
meet her when tlie boat docked at
Montreal. He was to wear a pink carnation, that she might know him, she
had a pink carnation that lie might
know her.
Foolishly, Topsy had told us the
story. When wo came to Montreal all
the ship knew it and every 'jir! of
marriageable age aboard hail a pink
carnation  in her button-hole.
But the j..ke was on the < ther la-
dies,   Somehow  'ho  "ardent lover's" |
train   was   detained.    He   had   timed !
connections to g t  iu  about a:i  hour
before   the  vessel���and   so  he   wasn't j
there to find his Topsy.   Only a 'ele- j
gram that lu was en route was thera
to console  her; while  the  re.-t ol   ut
scattered.
Hardly a steamer plying from England  to  Canada  these  days   ' ut  has
its brides prospective.   Englai.d, Ire
Ir.ud and Wale i, as well as Scotland.
have been over-populated, a long, long
time now. When father dies, the farm
g(-cs  to the oldest son���even  without j
the entail  law it were folly to divide I
it, for then there wouldn't he enough j
in each piece for any one to d i anv-
thing with.   The other things are di
vided   among  the  rest,   but  it's  little |
enough,   and   <-ne   must   go  out   and
make a  livelihood.
Formerly the other colonies had
'heir attraction. Australia and New
Zealand in particular. Now. though.
these have filled a hit. Biid. besides.
Canada ha.s been offer.tig inch in
luoeinents of cheap rates and cheap
land, it were folly not to go there. S-
James ar.d Patrick and Krick ��� n forth
to the wheat fields of the great lon��
and.
Parting is ever such sweet scrrow.
'���lit esiH��eially with a settler. He's
going out ar.d he'll not be back lot
vears and years. People with money
don't pull up stakes and go a thou-
and leagues across the sea*. And the
poor they'll put what they have it.
and. then toola. then more land*
then in wages for help, till, by and
by. they are in full operation. That'r
a long, long time ahead and unti
then there's no money for a return
journey home.
By and oy the money is saved up
ard the girl arrives at,Mnritrenl. How
each ha* changed and yet how each
would have known the other ��t once'
What a world of questions to a��k, !������
answer. By and by they're aboard
the col"nist train bound west. She hs*
never seen a sleeping car. never,
perhapa. been inside a "first-eiass ear
riage." Tliey notice neither fellow
passenger nor scenery, nor speed.
They're bou..d on a pre-nuptial wed'
ding journey. At its end, the itiner
ar.t parson or the circuit preacher U
waiting and, by and by, they'll he
man and wife, and at.other home will
have been begun, out i- til! grea'
lone  land.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SIXTH STREET  (FRONT TO COLUMBIA STREET) IMPROVEMENTS.
Name of Owner.
Cotton-Fox, J. S.
McBaln, William  .
Pearson's Ltd.
Re-sub.
������  N. >/a
..  S. Vs
Sub.
1
1
11
Lot.
C.6
C.6
C5
Feet
Front.
6S
66
132
Annual
Payment.
$ 66.02
66.0.!
132.03
lug the properties ,S the Mle^^Suol^Sa^'aonT^
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision fo ? toe trial of
complaints, and appeals against the assessment scTnroSoaed tn L ���i?i
will he held on Friday, the Igth day of October IDl" ^mmenclng a?10
o'clock Hi the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, CityTaTl New West-
ute'J^'teS&tttfg UT\ ��l aP1,eal '���� "ich InteS'ed
SXht^Ty:%^VretoLrcVuhr^C;Tevu[o,nhe M"nlC!pal COtt^ at
City Hall,  September 26th, 1912. W" A' DUNCAN. City Clerk.
Date of first publication September 26th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER^
Mckenzie street (front to Columbia street) improvements
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the proportion lu which the assessment ls m ade.
Name of Owner.
Mathers, W. J., et al
Mathers, W. J., ct al
Lot.
7
8
Block.
C.5
CB
Feet
Front.
132
132
Annual
Payment.
? 66.00
66.00
Notice is hereby given that the C
���n'.iirti-r intends to pass a Local Impr
he properties in the schedule above
apposlto each lot for thirty years,
loraplaints and appeals against the aa
be held on Fiiday. tho lith diy ot OC.
��� (|,p r....������on���   n, (|)(, ( oui,cil Cham
ster, Hritish Columbia, and any notlc
ment must be served upon the Clerk
eight days prior to such Court of Re
City Hall, September 26th, 1912.
Date of first publication, Septem
264 1132.00
^rporation of the City of New West-
jvement Assessment By-law assessing
mentioned the sums of money aet
and a Court of Revision for the trial of
9easm"iit so proposed to be made will
ober, 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
ber. In toe City Hall, New Westmln-
e of appeal from such Intended asaess-
of the Municipal Council at least
vision.
Ws A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
ber 26th, 1912.
First   In   the   World.
\ new pavilion and a new cott.-ig
r." i-i '-iiir-i' of construction al In-
lusko'tn l-;eo Hospital ior Cnli<liui|
lives, When these sre completed. th>
iOCit!iiti"daJi"u for Mil:ei-t- at the tw
Musknkn in-t tut Ious will be liu r. a-e>:
,o litre? hundre I,
Kew ���buildings st the Ho-pital bn-
Cotwutnjitives are al-o being ru.dieo
i'liui.ri. These include a largo lire
prool hospital, to replace tiie build
leg's some time ago, and a new b ���-
i,ital for consumptive children. The
corner-stone ol tnis latter institutloi
was iaid hy the Duke of Colfliauglll
recent.y. 'lhe hospital is the lirst id
its kind In the world. Two new long
pavilions are also being erected.
With tlie completion of the-e build
ings the ti tal accommodation for
consumptives at Muskoka and Weston will he increased to six hundred
patients by the close of the year.
Prayar  and  Cudgels.
Securing the franchise in the new
land was taken very seriously hy the
early settlers in Simcoe County. Be
fore casting their votes, they wouid
retire to the woods, and removing
their bonnets, invoke divine guidance
in the honorable discharge of duty.
It is, however, amusingly related ol
Charles McBeath at the memorable
Cawthra-Robinson election in 1827.
days ol the open vote, that he was
found in a yard diligently making
hundreds of hardwood cudgels, seriously affirming that tbey might be
needed before it was all over.  ���
Provincial Exhibition
New Westminster
OCTOBER 1st, 2nd, 3rJ 4th and 5th, 1912.
Special Excursion Rates
From Chilliwack and all points on the Fraser
Valley Branch to New Westminster. In addition to regular service SPECIAL TRAIN
will leave Chilliwack dally during Exhibition Week at 8 a.m. for
New Westminster, stopping at the following stations only: Sardis,
Huntingdon, Abbotsford, Claybirn, Mt. Lehman, Jackman. Jardine,
I angley Pralrle���Cloverdale, McLellan, Kennedy, South Westminster.
On return trip will leave New Westminster at ll) p.m., making stopi
at all stations, arriving at Chill wack 12:30 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
W. R. OILLEY, Phene 122.
Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 2��'
Phonee, Office IS and l��.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEET.
Wholesale ami Retail t��alers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER P'PE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
B. H. BDCKUN, N. BEARDSLEB,      W. W. R BUCKUN.
Free, ud OwL Mgr.      Vico-PreeldeaL Bee. *M Trau.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phonee No. 7 and 877.
Brunette Saw F/. ills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  POR   MOUSE  BUILDING
I
A-specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
, No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.	
���*������~~���      i ���   in ���     .. i ********** i i
Now u the time to build for ��ale or rent while prices artflow
Victoria and return $2.70
Account: Provincial Exhibition,   i
Leave Vancouver Sept. 24th.
Leave Victoria Sept. 26th or 30th.
S.S. "PRINCE QEORGE"
to Prinoe Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays   midnight, connecting
(or Massett.     v
Grand 6 days' cruise, 148.00,
including meala and berth.
8.8. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert,    Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby  Day and    Queen Charlotte
Island points.
lnciuaing mean anu uohh. *-���-  *  ���        ...
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TUE6DAY, OCTOBER  1,  1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
rcSKTHRBS
FIERCE FIGH1ING
BREAKS UP PARADE
btrikcrs and Police In Lawrence Come
to Slews���Twenty Thousand
Overall ves Concerned.
Mill
Lawrence, Mass., 8ept. 80.��� Pol'ce
and i.iiiiiil.TH fought with knlveH and
clubs yesterday before a demonstration by members of the Industrial
Workers of tho World. Two officers
were stabbed, a number of demonstrators were clubbed and an 1. W.
W, leader was captured alter a hard
flght nnd then freed. Two arrests
were made.
The clash was unexpected. More
lhan 20.000 operatives met at he railroad station to welcome 700 members
of the Industrial Workers rf the
World who had come from Boston to
NEW WATER SUPPLY
m AIE VANCOUVER
Would Spend Million Dollars on Storage Development ai  -cymour
Creek.
Vancouver,   Sept.   30.���Within   the
STSao of Vancouver for the beneflt of
Greater Vancouver, there   '��   *   new
water  supply  scheme.    Members  of
the cltv council, Including the t***.*r*
man of the water   committee.   Alderman Williamson, with Engineer Bur-
wnll and Water Superintendent Mad-
dlson, Het out on Friday to Investigate
the  proposition   practically aid    per-
sonslly.   Tho delegation returned yeeterday much pleased with their mission.
Hevmonr nreck Is the ��r.en*  Of the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  scheme, which   Is  a   plan   to   store
participate In a parade to. the <rrave�� j water sufficient to supply over a ��<)���
of  Anna Ixiplzzo and   John   Ramey, j linn  people at an estimated erpenso
whn  were  killed  In  the atrike  riots  of a million dollars���a proposed safe-
last January. I guard against water famine for Great-
After the visitors hnd dctra'ned an I er Vancouver good for the nen *^- nr
Impromptu   parade   started,    turning   fifteen years, and costing Just nbout a
Vancou-
finally Into Ease* street, the main
business thoroughfare.
The parade was Informal and no application had been made for a parade permit. The pollce, not'flod thnt
the operatives were marching, at-
tempted lo end thc demonstration. A'
stiuad of twenty-flve officers was sent
to Essex and Lawrence streets, where
they threw a line across Essex street
and awaited the procession.
Two largo bannors were carried bv
the marches. One was Inscribed,
"Thn nnly Justice; freedom for Ettor
and Glovannlttl."
The other bore tho words. "Polios
and Mlllt'a." and below, "Who k'lled
Annn and John?"
When the head cf the par.id"
rpsehrd the l'ne of off'eers, it halted
and nn S "(union t beiron. T''e pol'ci
notified the marchers thnt thev must
disperse becnuse ihey had no pinrnlt.
Those In the front nink were endeavoring to fnll hiir't. when lUddenlv the
marchers In the rear pressed forwurd.
and the mill workers tried to past
the police. '      (
READY FOR TRIAL
OF LABOR LEADER)
dollar per head   of Greater
ver's probable population.
If la argued also that the outlay
will be an exceedlnsly t*to9*ahi* ��������>
vestment In the light of Vancouver'*
preeent experience of water supply
economics,
RETURN TO CRIME
AFTER LONG TERM
Secret 8ervlce Men    Arrest    Former
Counterfeiter  with Companion
Who Stole Gold.
TREATING MEN ON
LOWER DECK FAIRLY
Room    for    Fifty    SpecU'.cr*   Only
Ortie McNlanls.il Must Face
Chsr;e.
Seattle, Sept. 30.--George Edward
Adams, the paroled employee of ths
Seattle assay office and John G. Webber, a 70-year-old convict, aiid to have
a record as a counterfeiter, were arrested In a lonely cabin, three milea
northeast of Kent, by secret service
m raiivet. Hoth men were brought
to the city Jail, where they are held
pending the filing of a formal complaint which the detectives say will
die rue coiiBplrlng to engage In counterfeiting.
Adams, who while cashier at the assay   ofTice, abstracted   $200,000   from
| the aold dust deposited bv Alaska and
[Yukon miners, waa paroled-from Mo-
Recent  Needed   Reforms In  Rulee cf
Naval   Conduct,  Leave  and   Punishment.
I^ondon, Sept. 30.���The circular letter on naval discipline recently issued by the admiralty sets In motion
the first of a series of reforms which
will completely revolutionize naval
discipline, which has existed In its
present form since the days when oui
ships >>f war were manned from ou'
prisons and by the aid cf the prea..
gang.
These reforms, as now Issued, come
under three headings���Conduct, leave,
and punishment. At first sight tbey
may notSponvey to the lay mind how
far-reaching they will be In their application, and what different lives thi.
men of the navy wlll be able to live
lu future as compared with the conditions of the past.
Por the first time the admiralty rec
ognli.es that a generous system ol
leave giving la one of the greatest
preventives of "crime," for they have
abolished all the old "classes" for
leave, and have placed every man���
from able-bodied seaman to petty oflicer���on the same footing.
Tbls will only be departed from ln
the case of men who habitually overstep their leave, or lu other ways
.how themselves as men who should
!je subjected to a curtailment of the
privileges extended to their well-behaved comrades.
It Is evidently the Intention of the
admiralty to eliminate this type of
man from the navy, and thus raise the
while status of our naval personnel.
..nder the old conditions, a man
whom the service looked on as a bad
character might rench that unenviable position as tbe outcome of a
series of misfortunes rather than by
deliberate misconduct; leave-breaking, for instance, carrying with It, under certain circumstances, the automatic reduction In class of leave, and
also class of conduct���all of which are
now to be eliminated.
The consequence will be that from
now on hundreds of men in the "second class" for coudjet will be restored to the "flrst class    and so become
'good" characters in the official eye.
One ct the greatest   incentives   to
I naval crime was the old practice   of
I keeping   men    on    board    for   three
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"Nothing
Ind 'SUiagcllS,    Sept.
less i'..au  the sudden
the defendants can cause delay
United    state.-*    Distrlcl     Attorney
Charles  \V.   Miller, aa  Indicating  the
government's readiness   to begin   tomorrow the trial of tlie fifty-one present itt.i,   former labor union    officials
on a charge of conspiracy In the carrying of dynamite and nitro-glycerine
on passenger trains.
Two sets eacli of fifty veniremen
have been drawn from throughout Indiana. The defence is to be allowed
a  total of len  and the government a I
nell leland penitentiary  Mnv '6, after
Si* Kart served five and a half years of
a 10-year sentence for his crime.
Webber   was    released    from    the
Illness of haif  8ame Prison  Aug. 9,  where   he   Md
said   *prvcd  the major  part   of au   eight-
year   sentence  imposed   for   counter-
fe'tins.    As scon as Webber was released. Secret  Service Agent Thomas
Foster assigned a detective to watch
'.'ebher. believing he would return to
his  former  practice.      The arrest of
the two was the result.
UNEASY ARE THE FEET
OF PRESIDENT TAFT
Washington.    Sept.    30.-
total of six peremptory challenges.     | William  II. Taft   u.���   !,.���
Jud-,e  A.   11.   Anderson's  courtroom ^^^"^
jn the federal building has a seatin;,
'capacity of 200. The defendants, attorneys, jurors, newspaper correspondents and court attaches will occupy
more than three-quarters of the space,
leaving fewer than 50 seats for spectators.
Ortie McManigal, the government's
chief witness, occupies a cell on thc- j
same Own".   OutBlde of his ccnfess'on ]
-President
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ago was
conceded to be the champion traveler
cf the universe. hiu successfully defended his title against all contendere
and bids fair to reta'n It as long as
he is the official bead of the United
States. He has traveled just about ar.
even 100,000 miles���a distance equal
to four times around the world���sincf
he was inducted into office at tlu
White House, and approximately 335,-
090 miles since he entered the govern-
covering the explosions In many parts I raetH service in 1900.
of the country, the   specific    charge |     Most <f his traveling has been donf
aglnst McMnpigal in the  Ind'ctmeit   at Uie government's e- pense.   He ha��
upon whloh the government w'll lav | s;ent about 373 nights aboard sleep
stress   Is the carrying of explosives j ing   cars    and   325    nights"  aboard
in a suitcase   from   In'diannrv-l'g   by, steamers.
way of Chicago to Los Angeles. |  ���
 ' ' I Young Man In Trouble.
Struck by Train. P Calgary, Sept. 30.���Occupying a cal'
Aeass'z   B  C   Sept   30.���Evidently  at the local police station while await
struck bv' an eastbound train, an un-1 ivp the arrival of derives to taRe hin
'/ identtf ed man waa found dead on the   back to Toronto Is Roy   Thomas, son
racks at Rubv Creek last week. Beth V a  wealthy eastern king's counsel
his lezs were broken above tlie knees.   Iur, and a nephew of the head of thr
tn hiunocket were three 1!H2 exhib-1 Allan Steamship, company.     Thomas
ton tickets   one   unused   transports   Is alleged to have Issued a number of
on ticket from Saskatoon to Nelson. | worthless cheques bv  which   he   se
Ked in  Wt   also   one to   admit, cured hundreds of dollars. He was ar-
issuea in JV'S"   ��� gtamPede. rested last week wh'le occupvlng px-
0earer t0 theBBC?/re Intern* Airu-  Pensive    lodgings   at   a  fashionable
The reman
siz, the Uev. Miller oftlclat'nf
hotel ln Calgary.
w,      _   "COME,  BOYS,~eHAl),K HANDS.'
A Bcene in fifth act ot "The Old Homestead" where Joshua Whltcom
brings Cy Prime and Seth Perkins together, making them tirm friends
ln their second childhood. "The Old Homestead" by Deutnan Thompson,
a deservingly successful drama which plays upon the lighter emotions, will
be staged at the opera house again tcnlgbt.
months at a stretch, and then allowing them on shore with three months'
money In their pocketB for a brief
period of 24 hours. Knowing that they
would not get another run ashore for
a further three months, they invariably remained away as long as their
money lasted, and so become "bad
characters," with litle hope of reform.
Under the new conditions no man
can be kept on board for a longer period than one month. |
As regards punishments, tbe aboll-
t'on of what was known as "10 A" anJ
the substitution of extra  work of an
instructional   character   relieves    the
navy of one of the most senseless and
Irritating   punishments   ever   devised
by the mind of man.
Uuder .tlie old system of "10 A."
nen had to turn out earlier than fva
-emsinder of the ship's company,
hey had to take their raeah unde'
tiie charge of a sentry, instead of in
their messes; they were not allowed
to smoke; ln "spare time" they had to
do all kinds of senseless jobs under
the supervision of the ship's police,
ind as a climax yo a long irritating
lav, they.had to stand on the upper
leek, facing the paint-work, from 8
>. m. to 10 p.. m.
S-nall wonder that men lbst their
*elf-contfol, refused to carry out the'.r
'vasperatlng tasks, and were Imme-
liately faced with the ser'.ous crme.-,
f insubordination aud refusing to Ao
heir duty.
The new conditions alio"- me-i un-
iergolng summary punishment to
ake their meaU In their mesaes; to
nnolre during meal hours; and, in-
lead of doing foolish and unnecessary
vork, they will be subjected to extra
!rill or instruction under one of the
petty off'eers of the ship.
Thia reform does tm fend here.
Hitherto., no one under the rank of a
commander has been allowed to pun-
'sh, so that every report, no matter
how trivial the offense, has always
gone before the commander for adju
dicatlon, and as "10 A" was the only
punishment known to the service, flve,
seven or ten days '10 A" were awarded, no matter whether the offense was
great or small.
In future the officer of the watch
will have power to discriminate, and
when a man ls brought before him, he
may, lf he thinks thc offence too trivial to be sent before the commander,
award on his* own authority two
hours' extra drill.
This punishment will not be lodged
against the man dr affect his character, but a special book will be kept,
In which all punishments cf this nature wlll be recorded, and over which
a strict supervision will be kept by
the cantaln and commander of the
ship. This should reduce the punishment returns of the navy by at least
two-thirds. '���  j
Another reform which will give general satisfaction to the. men ts the
simple statement that card playing is
to be allowed ln all ships and establishments. Hitherto card playing haa
been a crime! Naturally, many men
who have to while away an hoyr re*
sort to card playing, with the result
that many have been severely punished���although lt must be admitted
that some captains have winked at
the regulations. Where this has been
done Illicit gambling haB usually disappeared.
The whole object ofthe circular let<}
ter aeems to be that In future our naval seamen   are to be   treated   and
trusted as men, instead   of aa   irresponsible children.
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fOUR 6 wd and
MURDER AllfGED,
Mart and   Wife, Their   Daughter  and
C:hool Teacher Probably Done
to Death.
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Quincy, 111., Sept. 30.���Evidence in
dicates that Mr. and Mrs. Charle**
Pfanschmldt, their 16-year-old diu<h-
ter Blanche, and Miss Emma Kaem-
pen, 21 years old, a teacher, whose
bodies were Incinerated early yesterday, were murdered. The tragedy
took place at the Pfanschmidt's country home near Payson, 16 miles southeast of Quincy.
Circumstances Indicates that the
victims perished while asleep. The
house was destroyed.
Pfanschmldt was wealthy, Mls.i
Kaempen was a daughter of a Quincy
contractor.
Developments Indicate that all four
.were, murdered before the home was
destroyed by flre.
Indications are tbat the crtnje was
committed Friday night after tbe family had retired;' The telephone wire3
were cut and relations of Mlss Kaern-
nen In Qulncv who. tried to reach the
Pfanschmldt home on Saturday were
unable to get a connection.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY.NEWS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  1, 1912T.  ��� *
S%*'**li
���sh
WESTMINSTER lit NEWS
Published every. ottirnlng except
Sunday by The National P> luting and
Publishing Co., Ltd., at tlieir office,
%i McKenzie Street, New Westminster. B. C.
ROBERT H. BEST, ManaRer.
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SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
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-months, or 40c per month.
By mail fi per year, or 25c per
���tooth.
nets, and all the "pretty" features ot
the present system could well- "hi
swept into cbllvlcn if ln their place
we could obtain the assurance that
every year In Canada a hundred thousand youug men were belug trained tu
liit a moving figure, under service
conditions, at 800 yards range. The
Palira competition will do good If it
directs attention to the fact that a
mob is an army if its members can
shoot, and that an army, no matter
how glittering its uniforms or how
perfect its alignment on parade. Is
merely a mob if
Toronto Globe.
TUESDAY?' OCTOBER 1, 1912.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION.
Up and down the whole of this
greet province, alike in the far flung,
new born cities of the northern in
terlor as lii the older settlements ot
the Fraser Valley or of Vancouver
Island, eVerJimbere ls being celebrated
the falling of the leaf, the gathering
in of the harvest of woodland, ot till
���ed valley," of the stream and the sea
It is the time df the yearly fair, of
-cach section of the community showing the whole what it has done during thc months that have, flown, lt
is also the time of gathering together
ror counsel with each other as to
plana for the future, the time of
roerrynfekiife.iIJi' harvest home.
Today the great provincial fair,
which for many yeara has been held
in thi3 city, is open to the public. It
ia as good as hands and brains and
honest hard work can make it, and
therefore deserves all the support that
is Its just due from the citizens of
"Westminster itself. There is none of
us who has not a great deal to learn,
and while the argument is often advanced that exhibitions aie all alike,
it is forgotten that while some may
srtand still others have been working,
���and the world moves very swiftly
these days.
The annual fair is to a small agricultural settlement the great event of
the   year,   for   in   readiness   for   it
earnest  thought  and  nimble   fingers
liave been omi>loyed for many months
before hand.    But to the whole province the Westminster exhibition has ]
grown  to  be  the great event of  the
year.    The city lg advancing and haa
long ceased to represent agriculture,
fishing   and   lumbering   alone.     All
branches of industry with the latest
developments  of each  flnd   representation  in   the  exhibits  together  with
-the newest devices   for   aid'ng    the
���farmer under the same root with tht
needlework and script cf fair or llttl  I
hands. J
In addition to the instructive and
helpful side of tha- great show, ther'
has been provided food indeed fo.
the devotee cf sport or cf amusement
"Thus it remains now but for West
minster people to vie with their visitors���athp promise to come in legions
���in support of the fair. Each s.icceed
ing yea'; Yss marked some tangibh
advance, and we do not think that
this year will prove an exception to
the forward policy of the R. A. & I.
Society.
The weather, it is true, gives some
cause for concern, but with the return of the Governor General we may
hope that royal weather may prevail
both then and throughout the whole
five days of the event which bids fair
to live up to its slogan of "The Best
in the West."
on
it cannot shoot.
MAYOR UE HAKES
REPORT ON BONOS
(Continued from page one)
TRADE Of CANADA
Sli INCREASING
Tor Fiscal Year Is Likely to Run Well
Over the Million Dollar
Mark.
Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 30.���The trade
of Canada for the first third of the
present fiscal year, shows an increase
or nearly eighty millions dollars, or a
little over 80 per cent., as compared
with the corresponding three months
of last year. The total trade for the
first four months of the present flscal year was 1828,685,844, as compar
ed with $249,031,736 last year.
Imports this year totalled $210,766,-
54 7, an increase of $47,907,809. Exports totalled $117,870,487, an increase
of $31,697,599.
Imports for domestic consumption
diring the four months totalled $209.-
334,046, an increase of $52,336,666. Domestic exports toalled $107,308,936, ai;
increase of $29,604,820. Exports of
agriculture improved by nearly $23,
000,000, and exports of manufactured
goods by over $2,000,009 and exports
of mines by four and one-half million.
If the present rate of increase is
continued for the full twelve months
Canada's trade for the fiscal year will
run over the billion dollars mark.
TERRIBLE SCENES
IN SOUTH AMERICA
but had to come down, ancl 1 finally
Offered them on a 5 per cent, basis. 1
left for home with the matter ln an
Incomplete state, but with negotiations entered upon with financial
houses."
The mayor went on to state that
when he reached Toronto he entered
into wire nogollutlons with the British Foreign and Colonial company
and he agreed to sell the bonds
through that firm at the price of 92%
"This means." lie said, "that after
the expenses of the Issue are paid we
will have our,money for about 5 per
ttynt. depending on conditions whether
it' Is a little above or a little below.
Wo are borrowing money now at a
much better rate than any other
municipality of this or any other size.
Remainder on Option.
"I did not sell the whole iaaue
straight out because that was Impossible. They will take a million and
a quarter now, and the balance
amounting to seven or eight hundred
thousand dollars is. under option until April 1. This takes care of our
general debentures and a few of our
local Improvements."
In conclusion he emphasized th"
fact that the London bankers claimed j
they would not loan any more money
on either industrial or municipal loans
tt less than 5 per cent. He pointed
out that several Canadian municipal!
ties had been compelled to rais"
money through treasury notes whicli
he did not consider was an entirely
safe procedure.
A very hearty vote of thanks yas
accorded by the council after Mayor
t-ee had finished his report.
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Hcrrcrs cf War Exempiifr.d in  Revo
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Nicaragua. ,
Perth,   W.   A..   Sept.  Ci).���Captain
Javy reports that Cadet Sproule was  ance *WO years
successfully operated upon for appen-
���iicitio.    The lad is "rogreasing   very
favorably, and is well on tjie road to
recovery.
The corps has returned to this city
from its tour of the famous Western
Australia caves and inspection of tho
fruit-growing districts.
Tonight the cadets  are to be given
a big reception by the local labor organization. Receptions, fetes, ban-
i quets and concerts are now a common
i occurrence with the boys who have
' become thoroughly used to all forms
I of entertainment. All the party are
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Managua,   Nicaragua,   Sept.   "."���.���
���'oreigiiers   in    Managua   new   knov.
.vhat a sickening  tragedy  a  Centra" j Cons by tomorrow
American  revolution  is.      They havt
asaed   through  a mouth   of  turmoil,
witnessed a three-day battle  and  experienced the horrors of a  bombard-
| ment.   They have seen the people of
the   city panic-stricken,   women   and
children killed, have borne the suffering of hunger in a town  beleaguered
and   have    had    miraculous    escapes
from exploding shells and bullets.
The capital of Nicaragua in Auras'
was the focal point of the revolution,
of which General Luis Mena, the deposed minister of war, was the head.
The revolution, reached its climax in ;
the bombardment of non-combatanta j
���a violation of all the morals, even |
of revolutions in Central America, ex- j
"oot tn the case cf General Zelaya i
who bombarded Managua in 18:3 In
the revolt that established him as die- i
trici.
It was no part   et M^a's r'an   to j
'. ke  Managua   by assault.      General
Zeledon, once minister
Do-'or-, on S^'ke.
London, Sept. SO.���The doctors'
strike ega'.nst the provisory of the
National Inaurance Act is sweating
right through the United K ngdom.
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AND DEFENCE.
RIFLE   SHOOTING
.* xAxy-aanaiw....
Canada has about a twelfth of the
population of the United States from
which tp <jra\fc her marksmen. Yet in
what the commander of the picked
riflemen of the Republic declared the
greatest shooting match he had ever
seen the United States beat Canada
in the Palma Tro; ty competition by
onil.v eight points in a total score of 1,-
720 and 1,712, respectively. Th.e Canadian eight consisted chiefly of On-
tetto nn n. with representatives from
Nova SCO tla and from Alberta. Th |
Americans drew their ini-n from New
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut,
Ohio and Massachusetts, and their
Bpares Included riflemen from Texai
Alabama and lewa, so thai a vastly
greater range of selection was open
.to the inezi Iroui tlie south than to the
���Canadian commandant.
���Ol lhe showing made Canadians
���tire naturally proud. The youth of the
Dominion���and many who are no
longer young���spend much time at
the rifle ranges, especially in tlie cities and larger towns, from which the
bulk of the crack shots are drawn.
But there is much room for the improvement of rifle shooting among the
men of the rural corps. The system
under which rifle practice Is confined
largely to the period of the annual
camps is all wrong. The money spent
on "frill3"���and it is a huge sum in
the aggregate���would be far better
employed ln the fiting up of hundreds
of rural ranges and putting rifles into the hands of the young fellows of
the regloii round about, so that they
might spent part of their leisure at
/the bulls.
Little Switzerland, surrounded by
'the greatest powers of Europe, can
take care of herself and keep the
peace because by popularizing rifle
shooting she lias become a nation ot
marksmen. To be effective the Canadian militia must develop along the
-same  line.    Gold  lace,  feather   bon-
Zelaya, was responsible for that, when
.Ni -na lay helpless on a sick bed.
The bombardment began on a Monday morning, although Zeledon had
been warned that thousand* nt Innocent women and children were In the
city.    All day the shelling continued
fluence people ? How to speak, writ"
and delineate character by inspiration ? How to be successful ? Then
take a course of lessons in "The New-
Psychology which Professor Fergus-
son Is now here to teach. Up is located in the Dominion Trust building.
the   shells   exploding   �����"    over   the | room 220: opposite the post office. His
town. By a strange fatality, women
and children were the victims. In
one house a mother and h"r four
daughters were wounded. A child
sitting on a doorsteo was cut In two.
A woman with her bah" st her
breast running across the street. wa��
struck by a shell and both were instantly killed. One hundred and thlr
ty-slx women and children were killeJ
or wounded.
Throughout Mondav and Tue��dav
the battle raged, culminating i'i a
sharp attack in the afternon v hen
tli" insurgents broke over the entrenchments. Thev were not sun
ported in strength an were killed with
machetes.
Twice  aea''i   '"t   the "'eh*   atts"1"
were  made  in  fore",     K'-"-''   "        "���
government trooos **-*ro t**---���-* i-***'
bui ChaiT'Orro t;nt-f:f| O... ,i***- L,\- 1 -iii
ug t**e reir'fnrr>0're';t'.< whlCh drOV
the Insurgents back.
All that Iii"1" lh* \,* b'.'-'l-" '
was lteot "���>. \Vedr"..'tT- the poinl"1
were ahsrp'lelv Pflnic-Strlcken. T1""'
���ands fed from the town. Anothoi
ataek bv the Insurgents th*t da'
would have meant ���uiecess. The government's !"r)'"i"iltir>n "'Sli a'niOS'
eone. Hut the holt was shot. Their
failure to wtn af'er three dsvs' B'"wr-
slve assaults wtth tremendous losses
had f'tsnlrl'ed t**e insurgents and they
retired In disorder.
This revolutionarv e-)|se'lo���nr"
wav of satisfying desire fnr offim a**-*
getting a nres'denev. with absnti'teti-
no nrlnelnle involved, cost a thr***.
Band soldiers, manv women end children and men who wanted peace
more than war.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
H>   WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS   ,\]
p^v��� *.�� <*'** ���*)
PAGE Fivd
!��**
TODAY EAST AND
WBT Wlll MKT
���Sii.Ttcn Bellies   and    Cornwalls    Are
Both Confident of Success at
Queens Park.
Who ls going to win the game ?
That question haB been 89l:ed by hun
drede of lacrosse fans during the past
"\\vek and this afternoon the fans of
the Roynl City, the Fraser valley,
Vancouver, and in fact fcr miles
.around will have the chance to witness a struggle between the cream of
the eastern teams and the world famous Salmon Billies. Today one of
the Minto cup games will be decided
And either one of the teams who win
the contest this afternoon will have a
j and you wlll hear no shout from me
that they are out of condition if they
I should happen to lose the cup.   They j
are not uolng to Iobo It though, mark
my word." i
:    So taken all    In    all    the   contest'
should be a scorcher.
|    Matt Barr and Harry Godfrey, both
I of Vancouver, but Just as well known
ln New Westminster, will handle the
checks, and the ti<-st vhlstle will
sound at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The following Is the official line-up
of both teams, which has been secur-.
ed frcm the managers: i
. Goal.
A. Clarke   H. Smith
Point.
J. Howard  A. Thompson
' Cover Point.
A. W. GRAY
Manager of the World's Championship
Lacrosse Team.
AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
MON.---TUES.---WED.     Hi
Every Act a Feature.
Scott & Anetta
EUROPE'S FAVORITE
EQUILIBRISTIC   DUO
Baby Hubbard
Vaudeville's  cleverest   child
comedian and singer.
gaps
ta THE
Aa ��� a a_
Moore, Gilson
and Moore
Comedians, Singers and
Dancers
iT.
Degan
great  chance  of  repeating  the tric^   I.  Wintemute
Gifford    F.
First Defence.
T. Itennie    B, Sommervllle
Second Defence.
C. Rennie H. Baker
Third Defence.
II. Gilford  F. Cummins
Centre
C.   Spring       A.   Degan
Third Home
W. Turnbull   H. Ransom
Second Home
.   R.  Desar.
L. DeGray
Kirst  Home
game.    Mr.
"Lally Sf ec'.al," one of the best stlc'o
in the ir.arket, to each of the winners.
������������������������������������������������*
��� ���
��� STRIKES  AND  SPARES.        ���
��� ���
�����������������������������.��������������
cn Saturday afternoon, the total goals
for both games counting as to who
will he the world's champions.
In both camps there is a feeling cr
confidence, the Salmon Bellies are set
UPQO retaining their recoid made daring Hie past Beason, while the Corn-
walls eypect to demonstrate to tlie
farm cn the Faclfic coast that the
winning of the N. L. U. championship
tlr's season will be added to by the
annexing of the famous old tioi liy
whic'i was donated many years ago
by thc Earl of Minto to represent the
championship cf the world in lacrosse.
This is thc first visit of tlje Cornwalls
to New Westminster ard their arrival
hi3 caused no little interest among
thf local fans.
Interviews with both Manager Gray
and Jce Lally yesterday showed thai
ea"h felt confident of his team win-
i<tag. Manager Gray stated thnt the
Sainton Bellies were going into the
fiUit to score all they could as he
knew the opposition would do the
same if they only get the opportunity.
"I feel confident that wo shall retain
the cup, but we are not going to take
anv chances," he said.
"The Cornwalls are no mean team
at 'heir record during the past season
shows,  and  In   my  opinion   the  host
' panic of the season sttonM*t>e Stagefl
ut the park Tuesday afternoon."
Joe Lally wa3 ln the snme mood.
"It is a battle between the best
lacrosse town of the East and the
West. We shall fleld the same twelve
as won the N. L. U. championship and
I shall be considerably surprised if a
l'ttle silver plate is not placed on
the cup base with Cornwall Inscribed
l'ron it betore we leave for our
homes."
Tom  Donald, the big burly trainer i Perce 161
of the Royals, who   does   much   and  Peterson   16;��
says  little,   came   out  rf   h's   hiding
'esterday In    the    Inturv'awlnn   line
long enough to say the Salmon Belt'e
were In better   condition   now   than
they have been during the whole of |
the season.
Tom figures It th's wav:
,     WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE.
i     A  delightrnl   play  centering  rouni
; the figure of William    Lawrence    a*
Joshua Whltcomb is "The Old Home-
| stead" with its flavor of old time associations "baek    east."    Space    pre
eludes   adequate    mention,    but    for
merriment,   for   delightful     musical
i numbers, and   all   round   excellence
there has heen no better show at thp
[opera house this   season.   The   rival
| lacrosse teama have accepted an In
! vitation  to  be pre3ent at this even-
. lug's performance.
L. Turnbull
Outs'de" Horns
0,   Spring      Nicholson j       AT   THE   ROYAL   THEATRE.
Inside Home The new show that  opened   at th^
H. Hyland .......  M. Cummins  Royal    Theatre    yesterday    is    well
5"2*!.f5f westmlnater, J. Feeney  v.01.th sceing   a3 every act  ja excel
and h. McCarthy. i ient    The picturea alj0 are far above
 ; the standard.
-r   .    ,   -   ,       ��� , I     Moore, Gilson and Mocre, a trio of
Today �� Curiam Raiser. tAogera, dancers and comedians is the
The Sapperton Juniors, who toured   nr3t act cn ihe program.     This ts a
the upper country a few weeks ago,   typical eastern act, that is, one differ-
v.-ll meet a picked    team    from    the ] ent from  the  usual  routine   that   all
other clubs ot the c'ty this afternoon | western act3 stick  to.      Master Oil-
as a curtain raider to the big lacrosse , son tai<es   the   audience   by surprise
Joe I .ally has promise! a   when he walks down  the aisle  sing
Ing a chorus of Miss   Moore's ssconil
song.    Mr. Moore is away above   ths
ius.ial black-face comedian seen in the
past at the Royal.
To see a little tot that Is just able
to walk get out on tho sta^e -"d
make good is a pleasure (d %*\. "'������*
beauty of it is thai she doesn't de-
rend u^cn Just be'ng small but is a
verv clever singer and entertainer as
A team of five pin    bowlers    from   well.
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New Photo Plays
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Monday and Tuesday.
A CHANGE OF SPIRIT
The Influence cf moral suasion.
HER  ADOPTED FATHER.
A musical drama that grips and
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Chilliwack will Invade the city this
afternoon, taking In "the lacross ���
game this afternoon and afterward-)
**tae ing up against a team from the
Front street alleys. 1 h's is a returi.
iratchifand-inuch    Interest    is    being
The battle starts ( stant applause.
If there Is an act on tht program
which deserve3 mere ir>��nt'r". t��ian
the others it is that cf Scott and An-
etta. They are two rea'ly v onderful
balancers and ("���"M'hr'sts. ".'hev pre
sent a very, refined' turn and won   In-
taken in the result
at R o'clock.
The Pippins are still rn their win
n'rg streak.   Last night they defeated
the Popums by   7(i p'na.    Pierce   had
\-\ph score (2"41    and    big!)   averag
(176).   The score:
Pioplns��� 1
Wallace   M*
Katheringham  ... 91
Williams   119
120
123
128
224
161
3    Tti.
87���304
142���3^
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ASSOCIATION LEAGUE
A  DAY  OFF
A breezy summer comedy pictured on
Lake Michigan by two truant
Husbands.
SCENES   OF   THE   TURKISH-ITALIAN   WAR
Depicting actual warfare on land and
sea.
145���529
l:>6���46<i   Two Cups Will Give All a Fair Show-
6^0
Popums��� 1
Lane   143
iHavden    ���. .1S&
Coghlan  118
"Perhaps! Psgman 135
the players are a little heavier than  Pittendrigh 147
in the middle of summer, but weight
at that time counts, and with cooler
weather they will be able to stand
the pace eren better than In July.
Everyone of the boys are tn shape
736
2
162
ISI
159
100
91
649 20811
3 Ttl.
145���45)
134���433
110���337
11*���353
113���32'
I      ing���Officers Elected���Season's
! Schedule.
1648 676   620 1944
Handicap   75
2019
A CORNER IN WHISKERS
The sort of comedy de luxe that has
made Essanay world-famous;  a real,
rollicking joy film.
PATHE   WEEKLY  NEWS
Come Early and Avoid the Rush.
S^OTT AND   ��NNETTA
A flrat clasB eltractlcn at tho T.oya! Theace tcday.
The formation of a school soccer
league in New Westminster is now
an assured fact and Saturday afternoon will see the first games of the
schedule carried out. Six teams entered the race and the youthful stars
of the soccer fleld are working out
dally getting ln shape for the contests
which will carry With it the championship of the public schools of New
Westminster.
A little rift appeared at the outset
owing to the fact that It.was thought
the High School eleven Would be too
strong for the other schools, but Hie
i enthusiasm of the boys of P>�� latter,
who were confident of trimming their
senior pals, put an end to this talk
and the worn of organizing went on
apace.
Two cups will be pres"nted at the
end of the season which will give
every team ln the league a chance
whether they beat the High School
team or not. One will go to the win-
nen of the public schools a"d tfl*
ether will go to the winners of .the
��If,apam league which <ncl"des the
High School team. Thus the dlffi
culty vas br'flgefl.
",%o following ofTlcers were elected
at the nortiig wh'Ch took place th-
la.'tcr part of last week: ' ,
"r.-, Prnnidrnt., Mr. T. J. Trapp:
'cn. Vlc^-pres'dents. Mr ,T. D, Tav'cr,
M. P.: Mr. Frank MaiK:n ie. M. P.
F ��� Mr Thomas O'fTc���1 M. P. P.;
Mavor John A .Lee; Mr. J. J. Jchn
Btoni Mr. C. A. Welsh: Prei'deiH Mr.
F. . O. Canfield; Secretary-Treasurer,
Mr. R. Cullen.
E.veoutlve of the different, schools���
*>n Robson, Mr. C. B. Kennv. Her
bert Spencer, Mr. J. Hopenstadt, St.
' r-!q Cellere: Mr. D. J. Mclsaac,
Richard McBr'do. Mr. D. P. McCallum; High School, Mr. O. Curt's.
^��v Relations towards the purchase cf tbe trophies w'll b<* t^ank-
fuiw rece'ved and acknowledged,
The following eohcdula was drawn
���"��� f6r tn*> t"""<or':
Oo*..    5.���Richard'   'TiBr'de    *"*,   St.
Louis,  Lord   Kaiv-p   vs.    Herbert
gorier,   John    Robson   vs.   High
'Vi,,,"Ol.
Qci   n���p�����>.��������(*   M"Tr''e ,Vs   Hlsh
Scbocl, St. Lo"'��  vs.  1 crd Kelv'n.
--pmaaor*   <i**e**r.r~   ..^     *oh**   Rohflon.
Oct. 19.���Vord Krlv'n vs. Rlch*rd Mc-
Br'i'e, St. 1 o'i'" vs, John Robson,
'-Tprh^rt  st-'-r-v   -��i   'Tl-th   Scheol,,
Or* ������� n>��>����W�� ''epr'de vs. Herbert Snenc-'. vigh School vs. St
Louis, 1 "'���d-Kelvin vs. John Robson,
No". 2.���John Robson vs. Richard Me-
Bride. 8t. T onls vs. Herbert Speny
cer, Lord Kelvin  vs. High Sohool
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WESTMINSTEB DAtLtf NEWS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
OFFICE VS. HONOR
Tha Colonel Lost the First to
Preserve the Second.
THE STORY OF HIS CAMPAIGN,
His Character Asperaed, He Removed
His Accuser* In Accordance With thi
Code, but the Other Candidate Gol
the Votes.
By M. QUAD.
[Copyright,   1912.  by  Associated  Literary
Press.]    ^
AFTER the wah." aald Colonel
Bunker as he finished hli
cocktail, "after the wab
came reconstruction, and,
while I played my part In It, 1 might
have done far mo' but for my engagements on the field of honah. I could
have been elected governor of this
state by 00,000 majority except for
having to pause and defend my honah.
I had hosts of friends, wbo hoped for
my political advancement, mid oue
day a party committee, headed by
Jndtre Golden, appeared at m.v offlee,
and the Judge observed:
"���Colonel Hunker, the people of tIII*
great nud sovereign state love nnd ad
mire yo', suh, and wish to make yo'
governor. Yo' are a modest, retiriug
'citizen, suh, as becomes a brave aud
gallant man, but we trust yo' will
'please and gratify the people by accepting the nomluatlon hereby tender-
led to yo'.'
"That's what the Judge said, suh,
'snd, though his words were few, they
brought teahs In my eyes. It wns a
'powerful surprise to me. nnd It was
'some time hefo' 1 could control my
[emotions. When I had succeeded 1
.said to him:
I " 'Judge Golden. I don't care for office. I nm satisfied to rest on my record as a soldier, but if the people of
this state are calling for me. suh. I ���
must obey. If I nm elected to the j
high antl honorable offlee I will do my
best to retain the lovj nnd affection of
those wbo honah me.'
"That was tbe way It happened,
suh." continued tlie colonel, "and It is
needless to ndd that my tenbs mingled
with the cocUtnll. 1 drank with the
Itidge liefo' he departed.
Nominated by Acclamation.
"A few days Inter my nomination fol.
lowed, and the die was cast. Ves. suh.
1 was nominated hr acclamation, and
for a time the other party hesitated
about milking a nomination In opposition. It was ho dear that I had n
walkover nnd would ride In on the
warp that tbey were reluctant to make
o more.
"How��vpr. they nt length decided to
put out h ticket, and nfter n greal deal
of persuasion an unknown person-an
unknown person 'way off In n swamp
county-was Induced to sacrifice III Intel f. Wliile he was such a cipher, suh.
that It wasn't deemed necessary fur
me to make n campaign. I deemed It
best to prepare It few speech."* uud
exliil.it myself to the enthusiastic anil
adoring people.
"I canted my speeches, nnd I parrleil
the people. It was said tn the pullers
that I W|tH the popular Idol iiik] that
my remarks were re-elved with hur
rlcanes of applause-nothing less than
hurricanes. After some of Hie meetings the ii dor Inn populace lifted me
up on Its shoulders and bore me ip
triumph, sun���In triumph The opposition was silent until the campaign fully opened, nud llien It blii/ed forth
like ii linttery suddenly imimisked.
J'here were falsehood und rltuperatlon
b.v tbe bur rei, nud for a moment I felt
���ppnlleil.
The Campaign Interrupted.
"Not Hint they could tiutlifullynsperse
m.v record, suh, but they resorted to
llie hnsest lying and the grossest ex*
Hggenitloii. Can yo' credit lt. sub. that
Ihey tried to fake from me Ihe honah
of leading my regiment ln tbe des|s-r-
nte charge of Gettysburg. Ye*, tbey
did. suh-they shore!? did���and they
��ven went further. One paper said I
wns fo'teen miles In the rear ut the
time, nnd another published a picture
of ine sitting on the fence while my
brnve boys were sweeping gallantly up
the slopes to die for the cause. Gad,
��uh. but didn't my blood boll wben I
taw that picture! And they made
-harges. sub-charges thnt I was a political schemer aud a chnrlntnn and
dishonest to the core and that my
theories were the phantoms of un In-
tune mnn.
"I couldn't go uhend, suh-I couldn't i
llo It. M.v motives hnd been belled and i
my honnh Impugned, and with tho |
Bunkers from time Immemorial honah
hns always como Qrst I dropped th'
canvass lo preserve nnd protect mj
honah. I began ut tho bead of tbe op-
(Kwitlon. Perhaps yo' remember ol
readiug of the sudden demise of an editor named Gadsby in this state? I
; walked in on bim and quietly said:
"���Suh. 1 am Colonel Bunker-Colonel
j Ounker, suh.   Will yo' kindly arrangi
to ahoot at me at ten paces?'
The First "Affair."
"He said he would, suh, and he did,
sub, nnd I must sny that be died like a
gentleman.   1 trusted that my prompt
and vigorous action would bave a salutary effect on his contemporaries, but
; tbey ouly made It tbe excuse to pour
i out other vials of vituperation and Insult.    I  was forced to call out and
I wound three In succession, and then 1
paid my attentions to a state senator
wbo was seeking to couple my name
wltb tbe scandal.    I called blm out,
and be was on band to tbe minute, and
when be went down with a bullet In
i bis shoulder he Iny like a gentleman.
It wns an afTair I like to remember for
Its urbanity aud general good feeling
i     "And then cariae this affair with Judge
| Darper.   The Judge had questioned my
bravery ns a soldier nnd iny sincerity
aa a politician, and I walled upon hlm
In the usual way.    He received nie as
ane gentleman  receives another,  and
we proceeded to Ibe field of honah with
linked arms.    It was with all due re-
i ��pert for bis many  attributes tbat 1
put n bullet through bis leg and made
him a cripple for life.
���'No less than three other affairs followed, and all were beautifully managed and strictly according to the code.
1 hai Is a thing I cun pride myself on���
Mll��ftvlng the code to the very letter.
All Leet Save Hener.
"Rome of m.v opponents were not so
cnrefnl, however.    Judge Thomas, for
Instance,  being challenged  for doubting that I had tlle lieRt interests of our .
people at heart iu accepting the nomi- [
nation, selected ax handles as weapons
hikI actually appeared on the Held with !
one In his hand     I turned hwh.v from
hlm. suh-positlvel.v and  umjualifiedly
turned   away���and    publlc   sentiment
bore me out lu so doing,    l-ntcr on.
when the Judge was dying of fever, he
tendered   ine  a   full   apology   nml   removed   the  stain   from   bis  character
befo' passing away.
'The time  may  come when gentlemen will seek the field of honnh with
ax handles or sled stakes for weapons,
but not ln my time, I hope; not lu my j
time. suh.
"As to tlie campaign, sub���ns to the
campaign ���I  couldn't  travel and  fight
duels nnd  make speeches, too, nnd  I
therefore threw the campaign over my
shoulder.     Ilonali   first���ofiice   second
The   unknown   nominee  on   the  other
ticket took  advantage of the occasion
to stump tlie state nnd make all sorts
of  promises,  nnd   when  tlie  adorable
and enthusiastic electors cntne to the
polls they forgot me.   If I remember
right, suh���and / think I do���that unknown and  unheard of persons mn-
- Jority was something like so.ooo.
"I believe the matter wns referred
to as n landslide, and some of (lie pit
pers were unkind enough to say that
I was hurled fo'teen feet deep I wns
snowed under, still, but I saved m.v
honah as a gentleman should, and now
I don't mind if 1 do remove this dryness from my throat. Thanks, suh. 1
took you to be a person of thoughtful-
ness and observation, and I am glad
to find that 1 am riot mistaken Ves.
suh. I 'evpii my honor���and here's looking ut yo," suh."
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NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 150 of the Land
Registry Act I intend at the explra
tlon of Thirty (30) days from the
date hereof to cancel the registration
of a certain agreement dated the 28th
day ef November, 1910, made between Harry J. Morrison, of Vancouver, B. C, as Vendor and William F.
Moncrieff as Vendee, In which said
agreement the said Vendor agreed to
sell to the said Vendee Lot Five (5)
in the Subdivision of District Lot
Three hundred and fifty-eight (368),
New Westminster District, according
to a plan deposited In the Land Registry Office at New Westminster, B.
C.
And I do order tbat publication of
this notice as number 1729. for one
month in the daily news-paper published in New Westminster shall be
good  and  sufficient  service.
Dated at New  Westminster, B. C,
this 7th day of September, A. D. 1912.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COMPANV, I TD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
It is the intention cf the Ha. bour C tv
Electric Company. Limited, after one
month from the 25th inst. to make application to the Registrar of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Company, Limited, to The Harbor City
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th day of September,
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON,
Solicitor for the Company.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All "work strhtly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg. Phone 715.
*
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North half of subdivision
10 cf Let 93, Group 1, in the District
of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tlie loss of Title
Number 845SA, iKsued in the name of
Catherine Frances Wise has been III
ed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall
at the expiration of one montli from
the date of tlie first publication hereof. In a d-iily newspaper published iii
the city of New Westminster, issue 1
dnrlicnte of the said ccrt'ficate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me hi Writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District  Regis!rer of Titles
Land  Registry Office,  New  Westminster, 13. C, September 9th. 1912.
t t
J                        Its Origin. *
P     "There's no place like home" ��
J   wos evidently written by a man j
* wtyi was trying to spend two full X
J  weeks lu n summer cottage.���De- J
* trolt Free Press. ��
**���***���*********#*********
Natural Inquiry.
A resident of Willoughbr bad a tin*
dog. Ihe story goes, and one dny Hint
Que dog wns missing. Tbe Wllloiigb
by householder naked nil around the
neighborhood, and after nwhlle he ln
serted an advertisement in lhe morning papers: "Klve dollars reward. No
questions asked."
The next day a mnu appeared nt the
door, leading Ihe dog. The latter was
promptly Idetitllled. nnd the niOne.v
wns turned over to the rescuer. Hut
the rescuer showed some reluctance to
leave.
"It's all right." snld the owner of the
dog: "you can go."
"I.eintne usk ynnse sunipln." persisted the lucky dog Under. "Vouse advertised uo ipieschuns asst. but dat
don't keep me from nstln none, do It J"
"No.  I guess UoL"
"Den here's m.v queschun: If dnt
dawg gits stole���or I means lost-
ngaln would vouse offer de same re-
WardT���Cleveland Plain Denier.
From a Wife's Diary.
"I nm completely disheartened.
"Tonight I entered the parlor suddenly und found my husband lying on
one of my lovely uew sofa cushions.
"How Impossible It Is for n woman
to make a home lu the true sense when
she Is married to such an insensate
man!
"Sometimes 1 feel tbat 1 should be
glad to die."���Peurson'a Weekly.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   .MINING   UE
GU LA TIONS.
COAL MINING rights cf the Domin-
o:i in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a portion of the province of British Colum-
sia, may be leased tor a term of twen-
*y-one years at an annual rental of
$1 an acre. Not more than 2.56') acres
.vill be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant In person tu
tbe Agent or Sub-Agent of the distr'ci
In which the rigliu applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
he described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in ttnsurvey.
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant him
self.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of i~, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for ar"
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output cf the mine at the "rate
of  five 'cents  per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon, If the coal mining
rights are not being operated such returns Bhould be furnished at least
once n year.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered
leceesary for the working of the mine
it the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.��� Unauthorised publication of
thiB advertisement v. Ill not be paid
for.
LAND   REGI8TRY   ACT.
Re Lot 6, City Block 13, City of
New Westminster.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
the above property will be Issued to
Edward B. Wetenhall, on the 18th day
of October, 1912, unless ln the meantime   a   valid   objection   thereto    be
made to me in writing by a peraon er
persona claiming an estate or Interest therein, er ia any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.   C, 12th   September,  1912.
The person er persons having In
their custody er possesion the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are request Id to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
See list annexed.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July, 1860, the Crown tc
William Driscoll Gossett, Grant in fee
ef Lot 5.
2. 1st March, 1878. William Dris
coll .Gossett to Ella Lowe, Conveyance
in fee of said Lot.
3. 2nd August, 1882, Ella Lowe, by
her Attorney-in-fact, William Moresby
to John Hendry and David McNair.
Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
4. lst November, 1887, John Hendry and David McNair to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of Bald Lot.
C. 14th September, 1888, Frank L.
kin to Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee, (inter alia), of said Lot.
6. 14th September, 188, Frank L.
Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact, Ezra
Rankin, to Edwin Rand, Conveyance
in fee (inter alia), of said Lot.
7. 23rd October. 1888, Edwin Rand
to Wesley Peck. Conveyance In fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th October, ISS, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
9. llth March. 1895, Wesley Peck
to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of
said Southwest hair of s;rd Lot.
in. ]',th April. 1896, Ezra Rankin
Frank I.. Rankin, Conveyance in fee
cf said Southwest half of said Lot.
Bubject to Mortgage registered in
Charge Hook, Vol. 8, Fol. 518, No.
I 2222B.
11. 87th May. 1893, William Kent
to Frank L. Rankin, conveyance in fe'
ment nnd transfer rf Mortgage debt
anl premises secured.
12. lfth April, 1S.<6. Frank L. Ran
kin, by his Attorney-in-fact Kzra Rankin, to Noah E. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee of said Southwest half of said
Lot
13. 24th December. 18,98, Noah E
Kankin to Martha Ll'zabeth Turnbull
Conveyance In fee of said Southwest
half of said I rt.
1��. 29th October, 1888, Edwin
Rand to William C. Coatham, Conveyance jn fee of the Easterly quarter of
saul  Lot.
n. 4th June, 1889, William C.
Coatham to Thomas Crosby, Conveyance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
16. 29th May, 1891, Thomas Crosby, by his Attorney-in-fact, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand, Convey
ance in lee cf baid Easterly quarter
cf Raid 1 ct.
17. 18th February. 1SS2. Arthur E
Rand to .lohn Andrew Forin and Au-
lav Morrison, Conveyance in fee of
said Easter!-.- quarter of sa'd Lot.
18. 21st Marcli, 1892. Aulay Morr!
son to John Andrew Forin, after re-
c'tlng as therein recited, grant and
release in fee of an undivided one-
half cf said Easterly quarter of said
Lot.
19. 2fi:h August, 1893, John Andrew Forin to Fred W. Howay and
Rob'e L. Reid, Conveyance in fee of
said  Easterly quarter of said Lot.
20. Hint .Tulv. 1904, Fred W. Howav
I and Robie L. Reid  to Joseph Hether
, Ington Howes, Conveyance  In fee  of
j said Easterly quarter of said Lot.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER    OF    MOOSE,  NO. i
854���Meets In K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and   Agnes    streeta,    second   and
fourth  Wednesdays, at    8  o'clock,!
Club rooms    over    Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet.    Visiting P. j
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Dictator;  E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator; |
J. H. Price, Secretary
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paclilc,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts lasued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weetmlneter Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
L O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
The regular meeting ot Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F.. is held every Mon
day aight at 8 o'clock In Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting bretherr
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; ft. A. Merrlthew, V. O.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 652 Columbia
street. New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code. Western Uuion. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
aad McKenzie streeta, New Weat
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON fOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbie
Btreet.   Over C. P. K. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchon block. New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE It EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GHAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. O. Box 784. Phone 1066.
1   J.  A   HUllNBTT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room
"Trapp block.
NOTICE!
BOAKD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets in tht
board room. Ctty Hall, as follows
Third I'i iday of each month; quar
teriy meeting on lhe IJird Friday o!
February, May, August and No\etn
ber at S p.m. Annual meetings 01.
the third Fiiday of Februaiy. New
members    may    be    proposed    and
' elected at any monthly or quarterh
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seere
tary.
Gardiner & Mercer
( M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone  651. Box  772.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
fel. 761. Cor. fith and Columbia
Unconctrned.
"I care not who makes the country's
laws." said tbe "sharp" lawyer, "If"���
"If what?" bis colleague asked.
"If tbey continue to put in verbiage
that may be variously Interpreted "-
Chicago Record-Herald.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free of charge. Apply Secretary,
613 Columbia St. Phone 251.
Speed.
"Has the baroness already nnothei
husband?"
"Oh. no: she's already without 0S#
aittiln."���Fllegeude Blatter.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manafler.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
; NOTICE Is hereby given that pur
suant to Section 116 of the Land R"k
istry . t. I intend at the expiration
of SO driyH from the dite here f tc
cancel the_reglstratlon or a oerta'ti
j Agreement of Sale dated Nov. 2iith
1910, made between William F Mon
crleff (whose name Is sometimes
snelled "Moncreift") an Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife of Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on November
29th, 1910, a certain Agreement of
I Sale made between the aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, as Vendor and Thomas
Davis Morgan as Vendee, In which
said Agreement the said Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lot
live (5) in subdivision of District Lot
Three Hundred and fifty-eight (358).
New Westminster District, according
to a plan of same deposited in the
Land Registry Offlee at the City cf
New Westminster, B. C, which application was made by John Buchanan
whoBe address was 310 Hastings St..
Vancouver, R. C, aa ascnt for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication of this
Notice for one month in the dally
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. C, shall be good and sufficient service.
DATED  at  NEW   WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third   day   of   September,
lil 12.
To���
WILLIAM  F.   MONCRIEFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCRE1FF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVIS MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C. S. KEITH,
,  ,��� ,!   ,, District Registrar
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Bagnape Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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CITV OF NEW WE8TMINSTER. B.C
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. Bhould
TELEPHONE 999
and niahe complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained,
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.    i
CAPITAL (Pald-Up) ....$16,000,000.00
RE8ERVE         ...*16,000,000.0��
Braaohea througnoui Canada ane
Newfoundland, anc In London, England. I/ew York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., a��< Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Iaaued, available wltb
corresaeadaata In all parte of tke
world.
Batiste Baak Dipartmeat��� Deposits
recel-od la aums of fl and upward,
���ad latereat allowel at 8 percent, par
annua  (present r*te).
Total  Assete over 1188.000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH WORSTED, 8COTCH
TWEED, IRISH SERGE, etc., JUSt
Arrived. Perfect Fit and Workman-
shlip. Guaranteed.
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�� 701 Front Street
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Juet legitimate tailoring.
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MERCHANT-TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
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Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Qlven.
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NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates In September to make your visit east at a reduced fare.
Three trains daily, Tourist, Dining.
Cars.
Toronto Express
Imperial Limited
Soo Express ....
8.22 a.m.
8.10 p.m,
2.45 p.m.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A.. Vancouver
CANADIAN PALM
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria IS
a. m��� 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leavea Vanoouver for Seattle 10
a. in. antl 11  p. m
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. 111.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. in.
Wednesdays. '
NORTHERN   BOAT8   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wedneaday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster t a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday,
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thuraday and Saturday.
��� BD. OOULET,
Agent, Naw Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Phono RS72.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER ��, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TENDERS.
TENDERS addresaed to the under,
���signed at Ottawa and marked on the
envelope "Tender for the purchase of
the 'C. G. S.' Georgia" will be received up until noon of the TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1912,
tor the purchase of the Canadian Government Steam "Georgia" now moored at tho Government wharf at Sapperton, B. C.
' The    leading    dimensions    of    the
steamer are aa follows:
Length of keel  60 ft.
Breadth outside     11  ft.
Depth moulded      6 ft.
Each tender must be accompanied
by au accepted cheque on a chartered
Canad an Bank equal to ten per cent,
of the total amount of the tender,
which cheque will be forfeited should
the successful tenderer decline to purchase the steamer at his tender price
Cheques accompanying unsuccessful
tender will be returned.
All tenders must be made with the
distinct understanding that the cue
eessful tenderer will pay for the
steamer in cash when he is notified
that hiB tender has been aecepted.
All tenders must be for the steamer
as she now stands and no apparel oi
equipment will be furnished by th^
Department with the exception of
what now Is on board.
The highest .ir any tender not nee
essarily accepted.
A. JOHNSTON,
Deputy  Minister   Marine   and.   Fisheries.
Department of Marine and Fisheries.
���28529.   Ottawa, September 19, 1912.
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PAGE SEVEff.
THE  SLIP  ON   FROCK.
Nothing    Mora   SonsibU
Ever Deviasd In Clothes.
11:45-
16:45-
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival: Closing:
10:50���Vancouver  vin  Q.   N.   R.
 23:00
-Burnaby Lake   and   Van-
couver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
-Vancouver   via   G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) .14:20
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:16
(2:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
(8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).2v:30
10:00���Port Manu  (daily except
Sunday)   9:45
10:30���rtarnston lglan.ls arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Munday,       Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
f: 40���Victoria via  B.  C.  E.   R.
(dally  except  Sundny) .11.IP
10:60��� Victoria  via G.  N.  R.,
(daily except Sunday) .20:30
IS. 00���Edmonds     and     Central
Park (dally except Sun
day)   	
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
16:16���Crescent, Whits Ro��k and
bluine    tUu.Hr     except
OF CRjtAll CANVAS AMD CLD.NI  I.ACB.
The "slip ou" frock bas beeu tbe
sartorial winner of the season, and
nothing In tbe way of clothes hns beeu
lerlaed tbnt has added so much comfort to tbe femiuiue wardrobe.
Tbe charming dress pictured ls a
"slip on" of cream cdnrns, trimmed
with cluny Ince mounted over rose
��atin. Velvet buttons give tbe French}-
touch of black.
The Only One.
.Mrs. Ellen Spencer Musey. denn of
the Wushlugton College of Law. has
the distinction of being tbe ouly wo
man law school denn In the world
She further Is famous for her knowl
mine nt law and for her work for tbe
uplirtlug of the conditions of Vvomeo
und children She framed the Musey
set. which In the District of Columbia
gives mothers e<|��nl rights over minor
children with the fathers uud gives
married women the right to control the
money they themselves euro She l��
Interested In rhlldreu and ts one of the
directors of the American linyirrouuds
issoclalion. She belongs to a famous
family. Iler father wns the Inventor
of the Spem ri ian system of Writing
Bhe truces her ancestors back to the
Mayflower on her father's side and on
ber mother's side ls descended from
fhe colonial settlers.    She Is Intensely
m,.m...~     -mm.-,        . p:i I Nil 11 c. belongs to many societies uud
Sunday) 8:46 Ms-oue of the memhers of the Sis-let}
46:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upi>er Sumas
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)   23:00
18:15���Hall's Pralrle, Fern Kids:,
and Hazlemere (dally
except Sunday) 9:45
16:16���United States via Q. N. H.
idaily eiMW Sunday).. 16:W*
9:26���All   points east and   Europe   tdally)    7:46
22:10���All points eaat and Europe idaily)  14:16
9:26���Sapperton    and     Fraaer
Mills      daily      except
Sunday)    7:46
19:30���Sappertea snd Fraaer
Mills (dally except
Sunday)   ......   ......14:16
9:26���Coquitlam  (dally    exeept
Sunday) 7:46
12:00���Central Park, MeKay aid
Edmeade (dally except
Suaday)  11.11
tO: 00���Ladner. Port Gulehoa,
Weetbam Island. Burt
Villa  14:J��
13 00��� East Burnaby (dally except Sunday)  13:��i
-10:00���Tlmbenaad (Tueeduy and
Friday) IIttt
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
tdally except Sunday). 14:3b
4�� *6��� Vancouver,   Plper'e    Sid-    -
lng     via    Q.     N.     R.
"lallv except Sunday).14:Jt
11:20���Cloverdale and Fort Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (dally   except  Sunday) 14:0i
7:80���tinned Htstes vta O. N. R.
��� dally e cent Sunday)     9.4!
11:20���Rand.   Majuba   Hill    via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Bat-
*��v       14:0f
*0:40- -Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
dally except Sunday).17:30
11:20��� Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
i ��bjnaa, * idergroTe, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Ontre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Prairie. Murrayyllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner,    Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R.  (daily except
Sundsy)    j*.   .... 9:00
11:20��� Abbotsford. Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
excent Sundav)    17:30
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Bunday). 17:30
2:00���Fi s ser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista and Oaknlla ....28:00
uf Founders and Patriots, to which
only n thousand women are eligible
She was president of the American
National Ked Cross association siul
president of tbe Legion of Loyal Wu
men.
Bridesmaid's Gifts.
It (s now quit, smart to give a pah
ef gold or enameled hatpins with later
twined Initials of bride and groom nnd
Ibe date of the wedding. Equally ap
propriate are tbose aet witb blrtbstoue
of the bride or th. different bridesmaids.
Small charms for watcb or chatelaine
In bridal emblems are pretty. These
might be a tiny garter in deep yellow
gold, a wedding Ml wilh initials of
bride and bridegroom and date en-
graved on tt or au oval locket, plala er
jeweled, containing picture, of th.
bride and bridegroom. On the right slds
should he a larg. monogram of tb.
bridesmaid aad oa tb. opposlt. aid.
tbe Int wined Initials of the bride and
bridegroom, wltb th. wedding date be
heath
Shoe buckles are attractive gifts and
particularly acceptable Just now. It.
ceutiy a bride delighted her wedding
party by presents of oblong sho. buck
les studded with rhlnestones
Gold or silver enrdrascs ure popular
gifts at present. Tbe Ideal Lift Is one
that cnu be worti tor tbe wedding cere-
mou.v Itself.
SWEATING THE GOLD.
New
Reforming th* Goat,
Day hy duy evidence is piling np tn
prove to him who will but see that in
order to .vronn everything tinder the
sun ll is only necessary to give more
power tu women guile tbe latest
thing to he threatened hy tbeir elevat
lng Influence is tbe despised gout. An
"Irish gout society" lias been estab
llslieti by tbe Countess of Aberdeen,
according to a recent English exchange,
wltb tbe object Of improving the pltys
leal condition, manners and murals of
tbe 2!>O.U0O goats uow existing In tbe
Emerald Isle. These animals, ber excellency stated at the opening meeting
of the society, are for the most part
urn-ami for animals, wandering about
roadways and frequently - damaging
property.
Canadian   Colm   Are   Already
i Arousing Criticism.
I    Although   only   a  short   time    has
elasped since the appearance of Cana-
dian  live and  ten dollar gold coins,
struck  at the Ottawa  branch of the
j Hoyal Mint, serious objections are already  being pointed out.   The possibility   for   "sweating"   the   new   currency ia oniy too apparent.   Since the
<i��sign  on  the  coins is  raised,  it is
necessary, in order that the coins may
stack properly, to have raised milled
: edges and Canada is likely to experi-
] ence trouble with those who "sweat"
I the coins to their own  profit.    That
the  coins  may  stack  properly,  it is
pointed out, is a very important consideration.
The process of "sweating" is a
simple one. The practice ia to put
newly-made gold coins to the value of
three or four 'thousand dollars in a
chamois bag and shake them together
in order to abrase the rough edjrea.
The metal being soft, a considerable
amount of gold dust is "the result.
The object is to reduce the coins
Irom the mint weight to the leaat current weight.
It ia currently reported that dishonest persons have already done considerable "sweating," and many of
the new coins, which have lieen in
circulation only a few weeks, show
the effects and will have to be returned to. the mint ami melted over.
On the teh dollar piece the Cur-
rcwy Act has fixed the standard mint
weisftt at 258 grains and the least
current weight 256.71, while the figures for the five-dollar coin are in
proportion.
It is a matter of common knowledge that the ubrasion nn Kngiish gold
coins entails an enormous annual loss
to the Treasury, and the edges bn the
Canadian gold coins have an even
more pronounced flange than the Rng
lish sovereign. It is most noticable
on the reverse side of the coins.
Many who liave aeen the new coins
express surprise that the Dominion
Arms on the reverse side of the coins
include the arms only of the four
provinces which entered Confederation in 16G7, tliose of the other tive
provinces nit appearing. The excuse
mails by tlie mint officials is that tiiis
is the only design authorized by the
Heralds' College and that the Govern-
n.e: t has no more right lo change the
authorize! design tllan it has to
change the Great Seal.
Others, however, who should know.
express tiie opinion that the Herald-1'
College is only an advisory body. 1'ut
whatever be the jurisdiction of thij
organization the fact that llie arms of
only the four origins) provinces in
Confederation appear on tlie national
coins ct the Dominion would seem *.���*
give evidence of gross i.eglect on
somebody's part.
An a; plication should at '.east have
been made to have the arms ot the
othrr tive provinces included. Bu*
such has apparently not been done.
In tiie absence ol Mr. David
Creighton, assistant receiver-general.
Mr. P"pe was interviewed recently
He admitted tlie danger of sweating
arul explained the appearance of the
arms of only four province nil the
(round that this was the only design
granted by the Heralds' College for
ase in Canada. He could r.ot explain.
however, why the last Administrate t
had failed to make applicatici for the
Inclusion of arms of the n-mi nin,'
provinces. "The gold problem ..-�� not
with us in Canada." he said, "because
gold is not in general circulation. The
reople rre;er P*V*t', and gold will
probably never circulate to any gr.at
ext -nt.'
It is also pointed out as a detect
o| the new gold coinage that the hea-l
si'.e on the flfl-piecelis an exact Ire
simile of that on Uie cent. When.a
new'.v-struck copper is placed beside
a newly-struck $10 gold fieoe it i*
r.ot an easy matter to toil which is
which. The gold piece is somewhat
larger, but the designs on the two
coins is axat tly the same. It i* argued
that some readily distinguishing
msrk should have appeared on th.
gold coin and the suggestion is niad^
thst a small change on the bust ami
a small mark below, wouid hav*
served this purpose, and the danger
of mistaking one for the other wouui
in lars* measure have been obviated.
���Toronto News.
Hsd te Take It.
On one oocaslon it is said Hon: Oeo
E. Foster rose to address a meeting
eager to hear only Sir John Macdoti
aid. then the idol ol the Canadts:'
Conservatives. Sr.aker after speaker
had been silenced by groans and
hisses, but Mr. Foster faced the tu
mu'.t. "Gentlemen." he began. I
want to tell you a story. When I wa-
a small boy the only way my njd
mrtnmy could get me to take my medl
cine was to promise me a sua r-plun-
afterwords. Now, there'* yonr suuai
plum, Sir John MacioiiuUl. but you've
got to take your medicine tlrst." Ami
the nu.lience did, and enjoyed tt.
Like Mr. Tim Healy. however. Mr.
Poster can lash with the tongue when
the occasion call* Ior il. H oppoti-
ot.ts. indeed, dread liis sarcasm Hint
ridicule. Someone once wrote ol li.m,
'He towers above all otl ir-> as tlie
foremost Conservative cril c, but Mtjj
body loves him when he sits dowi.
Yet in private life he is one of the
most kindly of met.
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LOTS
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Phone  868. Room   S  Tr.*��   Bl����.
Room 4 Traoo Bloo
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Mineral Water.%   Aerated Water >
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 111. Ofllce: Princeaa >t
EDMONDS
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LIGHTWEIGHT
Overcoats for chilly
October days.
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The "Swagger" is the
style illustrated here ���
although we have half a
dozen other new styles
equally attractive.
Come and see them all.
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Try Mooney's Biscuits with all the rest.
See how much more flavory.crisper Mooney's are.
Their superiority is due to our painstaking
methods���our modern facilities and using the cost
Hest materials.   We get the finest cream and butter
from the famous Western Ontario farms because
we pay top prices.   Our flour is a special blend.
Yet they cost no more than common kinds.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS
BRiNQ QUICK  RESULTS
Th* Pirtplaoe In SuiQimr.
The fireplace In summer It always
somewhat of a worry to tho bonne wife.
This, however, by a littlo trouble can
be converted Into a really artistic spot
A Japanese pot of quaint design filled
with branches of copper beech la *ery
beautiful, or tbe fireplace can be. made
Into a miniature rockery, fresh green
ferns arranged In tiers, with shells or
pebbles t*< 'aide ithe pots. Is all that la
needed, and tt la surprising tba cool, re-
fitablng look thera give to a room In i
lummer If kept free trom dust and Ina
healthy condition. '
Monsy In Incorporations.
Incorporations by the Dominion
Government under the Companion Act
has apparently become an important
source of revenue. Applying to the
notices ot incorporation granted during the past tew months, the scale of
charges levied by tbe State Department under thr act, it would appear
that the receipts from this source mu��t
net the Federal Etchequer an avera^d
oi about $40,000 a month.
Long Trip In Yacht.
8. J. W. Douglass of Montreal arrived in Barbados recently irom Glasgow on hia schooner yacht Lasca. Th*
Lasca had made the voyage from Hall-
lax to Glasgow in 12 days and 15
hours. Bhe Will return from Barbados
via Bermuda, proceeding trom here to
Montreal after a cruise along thi
coast W. Labrador.,  .
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are made in our large
sanitary factory amid a flood of sunshine. Here in this splen- .
did building with its hundreds of skilled employees���each an
expert in his Cne���we create this delicious and nourishing biscuit
After these biscuits leave the ovens and while they are
still piping hot, with'all their oven aroma, they are packed*
in dust and damp-proof packages.   We even ship them in
our own private cars.   No otlier biscuit manufacturer
does this.
So they reach your table���whole, flaky, and
fresh.
Try them today.  At your grocer's. (W
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WESTMINSTER DAILY ftEWS 11
"TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
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Westminster Modern
Business School
Take the Direct Route to
Successville
Tbere are many routes by which
young men and young women may go
but aU- 4<k*ot lead to the desired
place. a
WE OFFfR THE ONE THAT IS
PRACTICAL AND DIRECT.
P.S.���pon't, forget about our Night
School.
,i "���- //._>Tbe
Modem Business School
A. L. BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
610 Columbia St. Phone 853
Fraser Hotel t Af[
IS tf6W OPEN
Meal* at all hours. We serve
the best the market supplies
11 PEQBIE Street
HOTEL FRASER
E��CHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The moat comfortable rooms in th*
city;   hot and cold  waier and  steam
radiator In each.
Finest viltLes and spirits dispense-
at the bar, and first class cafe run In
connection.
TH08. WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone  186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
This New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
Heated by  steam throughout
and
Ho.
Telephone    In
and  cold  water
every  room.
Cate and dining room in connection
second to ntfhe M the city.
The   best   accommodation   in   New
Westminster
Everything Modern aod Up-To-Date
SPECIAL    RATES   BY    WEEK
OR   MONTH.
SPROULE BROS., ProP5.
8th Street New Westminster.
One  minute   from  B.C.E.  and   C.P.R.
Stations.
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of the Westminster
Dally News now are:
Editorial Office Wl
Business Office   .999
Mr. J. J. Johnston returned yesterday from a trip to middle west points.
Mrs. Johnston ls still in Winnipeg
visiting friends.
A branch post office has been established at Buena Vista, corner of Armstrong street and Cariboo road. Mr.
H. Vulcholr Will be in charge.
The city council last night authorized the construction of a concrete
garage behind the city hall for the
new auto police and ambulance patrol.
The stores of P. Burns & Co., Ltd.,
will be closed this afternoon, October
1, from 1 o'clock. ���*
In order to have sufficient banda
drilled and prepared to man the new
aerial truck which is expected to ar
rive In about three months time, thre?
new men will be appointed to the flre
department shortly.
Until further notice we cannot re-
oelve orders for eoal.���Gilley Bros. ������
The cojnty court will resume its
sittings this morning on the return
oi his honor Judge Howay from Yale
n��ld Hope, where he held court yesterday and Friday and Saturday of last
week.
Popular prices for the Scotch Concert In the Opera House, Wednesday.
Secura tickets at Tidy, the florist.  ���*
Mra. James Shaw, of San Fran
ilsco, who has been spending the summer with Mrs. C. A. Carmen, of Van
couver, and her sister Mrs. Alfred W.
Mci.eod, ot this city, has returned to
her home In the south.
Rve bread���like yeur metker us*-
to make. Eighth Street Bakery. Tel#
phone R 2*1. **
Salmon fishermen on the Fraser
will be compelled to use a larget
mesh net after today. The law al
lows them to use a net not smallei
than a I**** inch mesh, which will pre
vent them from catching any more
sockeye salmon.
The best athlete under 18 years of
i ago and also under 15 years, whe-
j gains distinction at the athletic event-
of the fair this week will be the recipient of a gold medal, two of which
have been donated by Aldermen A.
W. Gray and A. E. Kellington.
SHIPPING CASE WILL
APPEAR IN ANOTHER COURT
Although the case of John Aitkin,
engineer, seeking to recover $68.20
wages alleged to bo due him from
Captain Cateii, of the steamer Native,
was thrown out of pollce court yesterday morning by Magistrate Edmonds, lt is understood that Aitkin's
solicitor, Mr. T. E. Morrison, will take
the caae before the small debts court
within the next few days.
Magistrate Edmonds stated that he
did not want to hear such cases ln
the police court; It was not the pro
per procedure. The case was brought
into court under the Canada Shipping
act, and Mr. J. V. Hampton Bole represented the defendant.
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OBITUARY
GRANT���l he death occurred
Saturday of J. Grant, an attendant
and chief nUnt watchman at the
Colony farm, Coquitlam. The deceased
had been suffering from heart disease
for some time and a few days ago he
had a relapse lrom which he never recovered. Previous to going to the
Colony farm he held a position at the
Insane asyluip In thiB city, and moved
out to Coquitlam for the beneflt of his
'iomplafnt. Ve had been conriected
with the staff *or several year.
CRANE���The death occurred at
Monrovia, California, on Tuesday last
on Henrv Crane, aged 31, late of this
city and Victoria. Mr. Crane had
business connections both In Westminster snd the Capital several years
ago. While the government of Joseph
Martin, M.P,, was In power In the
province he entered the attorney general's office, of which he was seven
vears chief assistant. On account of
npor health he was then superannu
tleA. He went to Kamloops for a
while in an attempt to recuperate and
later moved down to California.
oi���no
Scout orders by Scoutmaster R. P.
Day, commanding first New Westmln Troop Baden-Powell Boy
Scouts.
New Westminster. Sept. 30, 1912.
The troop will parade at the drill
hall on Wednesday next, October 2,
lat 7:30 p.m. prompt. Dress drill order.
| Orderly buglar for the week ending
on October 9, Bugler Brookes.
By order.
(Signed)       FRED. J. SIMPSON,
Adjutant.
Investments!
Have you $100 or $1000 you would
like to Invest absolutely safely, with
guarantee of several   times   ordinary
' interest ?    Address today,    Box    502.
New Westminster.
DORGAN���The news was received
bv Mr. John Dorgnn, of this city, yesterday of the death of his father. John
norgan. at his home ln Buffalo. N.Y.
Mr. Dorgan has received many expressions of sympathy from his
friends ln his great loss.
WJ.lawrcnce
TEACHER OF    5
Banjo, Mandilia and Zitber
319 Columbia Street
Telephone R1169.
Mibs Minerva A. Smith. Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio ai
ISth avenue and 8th s'.reet. Tele
phone R7:',5. **
The city treasury va3 further enriched yesterday morning by the nonappearance of some fifteen or twenty
persons charged with drunkenness or
disorderly conduct, whose bail money
was forfeited. Several others faced
the magistrate and practically all
added to the war chest.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
���
4%MMD
ON AUL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
At a recent meeting of the B. C.
Graduate society of the University
of DalfiO'l/.U held in Vancouver, his
honor Judge Koway, of this city, was
elected one of the vice-pre.Vdents
Other officers were also elected, most
of whom belonged to Vancouver and
Victoria.
The Auld Scotch Sangs, Championship Highland Dancing. A braw nicht
for young and old; the Scotch Con
cert, Wednesday at Opera House.    **
Mr. W. E. MacKenzie. brother of
Mr. F. J. MaeKen/Je, M.P.. who has
been doing fire warden duty around
the Hope district for the last four
months, returned to the city late on
Sunday night. He rode a horse down
as far as Cloverdale, from which
point he journeyed over the B. C.
Electric.
' A special cup will be awarded to
the best four horse team (draugh-
elass) vhich competes at the horse
show this week. This has been
donated bv Aldermen A. W. Cray ard
A B. Kelllnatton. The prizes, which
are on exhibition In the jewelry stor<-
of T. Gilford. The prizes, which are
���ni exhibition In Hip- jewelry store of
T. Clifford, are said to he about the
hest ever donated at the annual Roya'
City fair.
Charlie Lee, the Chinese hoy who
is alleged to have purloined a tray of
d'amohd rings frcin the store of \V
C. Chamberlin and was later turned
over to the custody of tiie police, was
brought up in police court yesterdaj
morning on Information sworn ont by
Mr. Chamberlin, Lie was represented
hy Mr. Bryan, of Vancouver, whe
stated that he had been In cominunl
cation with ttie boy's father, whe
lives In Victoria, and asked for an
adjournment until Thursday mornln?
to enable the parent to be present at
the hearing. To this Magistrate Ed
monds acceded.
Trapp
(Informal).
2:15 P. M.���Free attractions in front'
of   grandstand;    l.eltoy   and   Paul, i
comedy   bar    acrobats;     lshikawa
Japs,  four  clever  performers  from  ,
the land of the Mikado;  Rex Com-1
edy   Circus,  a   great   laughing   act; j
the Indanlas Troupe, gymnasts and 1
aerlalists;  the five East Indian ele- i
phants. a great exhibition of brute j
education.
2:30  P. M.���Dairy demonstration by,
Miss Girard in Dairy Building.
3.00   P.   M.���-World's    championship j
lacrosse  game.     Kew   Westminster, j
Minto   Cup   holders,   vs.   Cornwall,
champions    of    National    Lacrosse
Union.
3:00 P. M���Band concert at end  of
oval.
7:00   P. M.���Grand    Illumination   of
buildings.    Free shows on Sockeye
Run.
7:30  P.  M.���Band  concert  bv  Rush-
ton's city band in Industrial Build-1
ing.
7:30  P. M.���Concert    by    Mackness'
Orchestra in Agricultural   ByJUding.
8:00   P.   M.���Ded;catlonv<flnd formal
opening of new  Horse Sftow Build- ,
ing by the Hon. Pre? Ellison, Min- I
ister of Finance and Agriculture.
8:10   P.    M.��� Second    annual    horse
show ln Horse Show Building.   See
horse show program. |
10:00     P.    M.���Erh'.bition     buildings!
closed.
Lord Mayor of London.
London,  Sept. 30.���Sir   Dttvld   Burnett, an alderman in the London council since 1902. has been elected Lord
Mayor of London.
JBnL
HABIT
The Daily Use of our
CKfcAM OF WITCH IIAZFL
���no other Lab!' will render
the skin so smooth allay irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn as
quickly. It is purely made and
possesses wi-mlerftii medicinal
properties. Use it daily, It's a
good  habit.
Pri-.e 23c and 50c.
"WALL'S
Druggist ano' Optician
PHONE  57
Westminster Trust Block
Rugger Men, Attention 1
A ineetlnq; of the rugby football
players will be held this evening at
S o'clock in the office of Sherriff &
Co. A large attendHnce is desired to
���irrange for resular practice nights so
that n better showing can be made in
the Miller cup games.
Cures all stomach
troubles, headaches,
sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glass free of charge at
MIIIR'S DRUG STORE
Four doors East of Bank of
-   Montreal.
New Westminster, B. O.
BIRTHC,  DEATHS AND
MARRIAGES INCREASING
On the whole the vital statistics for
the month of September show considerable improvement over the
month of August. No less than 101
births were registered at the registry
office In the local court house during
the month Just ended, aB compared
with 72 new babies for August.
The deaths show a slight increase.
Forty-nine occu.red during the month,
while 42 were registered in August.
Cupid was busier to the extent of
three marriages during September.
In August a3 couples were united,
while to a6 were Issued license.} during last month.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RES1-
dence lots In good locations, and
good Investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233��� FIFTH STREET, TWO
lots, 60x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS 8TREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� 8EVENTH ' AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275.00 each; one-third
caah.    . .
NO. 1315��� DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x12ft to lane.
Price $1560.; one-third cash.
NO.  1288���FIFTH     STREET,     NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132;  cleared    and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 969���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50x116; cheapest good lots In
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready
to build on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
In orchard. Price for a few days
ouly, $1,100; one-third cash.
THE CANBRICOL CORPORATION, .LTD.
Threadneedle House, London, E.C.
DIRECTORS:
Henry J. Humm, Esq. (Chairman)
Glr Edward Paulet Stracey, Bart.
Henry   Ptarce,  Esq.
Auction Sale!
The whole of the
FIRE AND WATER
nnw.c M���na, DAMAGED HJRNITURE
TODAY'S PROGRAM .      .
at the exhibition belonging  to T. Mere-
Tuesday, October 1���Opening Day.   j dith, Esq.. COmer Of 6th
10bia ��tre^rBand concen on Colum' ^ree^ anc* 5th avenue,
2:00 P. M.'-Buildings   and   grounds  \yill   be    SOW    by    Public
opened to the public by  Mr. T. J., *.,-JJ-_L   _���
president R. A. & I. Society, j AUdlOn   OH
Wednesday Next
At 10 o'clock a.m.
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS.
J. TRAPP & CO, LTD.,
AUCTIONE5RC.
THE above Corporation, owning
the bulk of ANNACIS ISLAND,
is prepared to assist with finance any
sound commercial industries requiring waterfrontage on the harbor or
main'channel of the Fraser river.
Communicate with: ���
Pearce, Carlin & Co.. 509 Sayward Building, Victoria, B.C.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
MEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS  OF
Modern  Saw  Mill   Machinery
Johnson   Shingle    Machines
and Lai 5i Mill Machinery
YALE   AND    COWIE    GASOLINE    ENGINES
CANNING   AND   CAN-MAKING  MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL
TANKS
VULCAN  IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.  O.  BOX 442
TELEPHONE   324
AUTO GOGGLES
Prices 50c to $1.75 at
CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Houses To Rent
IMMEDIATE  POSSESSION
SIXTH ROOM COTTAGE on Hartco Street,    Modern    convenience*.
$2500 per month.
FOUR  ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd. avenue,  Burnaby,  Modern  conveniences.    $20.00 per month.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE on Hamilton   atreet,    Modern    convenience*.
$30 00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE on Tenth avenue.   $18.00 per month.
THREE ROOM HOUSE on 13th. atreet.    $10.00 per month.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
628 and 743 Columbia Street, Phona 85., New Weatminater; B. C.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employer*' Liability,
and; Marina Insurance.
Automobllt
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 *>3 Sixth Street

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