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 News Classlflsd Ads.
Have  proven   tbelr  worth by  the
results   they    produce.     They    (111
large   or    smull    wants   at   small
The Weather.
New   Westminster and   the  lower
mainland: Light to moderate svlnds;
unsettled with rain tonight or on
VOLUME S,  NUM'   ���'    207.
Snow < lnd Wind Storm
Blocks Eastern Traffic
Rouxh Weather on Atlantic
���Lake Superior Lashed
by Gale.
Tram    Service     Crippled    in     Many
States���Three  Killed as Retult
of Tree Across Track.
guie   blow   (0   miles   an   Iif ur  all   the
wuy  down Superior."
Ten Inches of Snow.
PiltSburg,   Nov.   9.    A    snow,   sleet
and   wind  storm  crippled  transportation   and   deranged   wire   nuiiiiiiiiilca
lion throughout this Section tonight.
Ten incheB of snow fell loday and
tin wind Mew io miles an hour. I'arts
af Wi -I Virginia and eastern Ohio
were bit by tlle -elorm, but attempts
to communicate with these sections
have failed
.Ni w  Vork, Nov.
From the time
Three  Killed.
.   , , ,     , .  , . L'llca,   NY,   Nov.   9.   -Three of  the
she left Liverpool, the steamer ( eltlc, i,rall|   ,.rt.���   W1.r(.   knM   whe���  ��� |0co-
whicli arrived today, encountered bad I motive pulling u work train on the
weather, The Celtic's fastest time j Papqui tie Lake railroad, ran Into a
was   16  knots  an   hour  and  for  two I tree wblch had blown across thc track
days lbe big steamship floundered in
the rough sins, not averaging much
more  than six  knots.
The steamship Lucia, which arrived
today from Trieste also reported se-
vers storuiB,    The decks were flooded,
today. A severe StOTO swept this
nart of the state and did extensive
damage   In   the  Adriondacks.
Eight Years' Work Dsmsged,
Chicago. Nov, 9.���Several feet of
newly made land along the Chicago
lak' shore was washed away today
the hatches smashed and the cargo j hy lbs storm on Lake Michigan The
damaged.    The   Lucia  wus five  days I park commissioners have Bpent eight
years in tlle coiiatructloti of the land
by  pumping Irom the lake bed on to
Capt. Wilson Captures Seat
With 5144 Votes���Liberal Received 4713.
Continues on Flight
Constantinople, Nov. 6.���Pierre Kauri PPTI-Q IT   imYIti"   PHI V court,  *ho  left I'aris Oct, $1, in the
UrrUBJ-i   HUM*.   tiULtt Pari.-to-C'lalre areoplane rsce, landed
ivn IVm'PAV-f'P  A_~"T tudHy al Sa" ���Sl��-,|ano, a western sub-
iAIVU li^aU-n_\^-V.-_. A-V.1 iUrb of Constantinople.    IJaucourt left
  I Varna,  liulgarla, Friday morning and
I rlcw to iiurgas.    From Burgas It was
Counting   Place   Guarded   by   Double   bb. Inti ntlon to fly to Constantinople,
1 but weather conditions compelled hlm
Nelson  Ratepayers Endorse Bylaw to
Purchase Gai  Plant.
Nelson,  B.C., Nov.  9���Hy thc larg-
i sl majority ever reci Ived by a money j
bylaw  In Nelson, the property owners
on   Saturday   voted   to   purchase   for]
fifty thousand dollars the Nelson Coke I 	
and   Can   Company's  plant.
Nelson now owns  the  miinii-ipai president Wilson Puts Aside
power plant, waterworks, gas, street
making plant and is negotiating for
th" street railway system. The vote
for the bylaw yesterday was 401 to
89 against.
Force  of   Police���Fear  Attack
on Ballot Boxes.
Heading,    Kngland,     Nov,    9.-Tho
to land at Podims. uear Media In
Kuropean Turkey, whence he started
fur Constantinople today.
May   Freexe  in  Florids.
, Washington,      Nov.      9.���Freezing
Unionists were victorious yesterday in  weather nearly as far south as Florida
the by-election made necessary by the
withdrawal of Sir Kufus Isaacs to as
Bume the lord chief Justiceship.    The
Is predicted hy tbe weather bureau for
the first of this week. Frosts are
likely in Florida down to the 26th
parallel.    Temperatures  will rise the
The bad weather did nol abate to-j,,,,, |��� mh.    The damage tonight was
���day.  and  both  sti amships ran  Into a [estimated at  1160,000.
heavy fog and wind storm off Sandy
Hook     ln   New   Vork  city the  heavy!
Steamer Forced on Banks.
Detroit,   Mich,   Nov.   9���A    severe
wind itontl with rain did some dam- . wlllJ  a;.(J  Bm.w Morlr,   prevailed over , ,, ,    ,    ,
age I lake,   Krle  and   Michigan   today   and . X*���'*** """roverey In which Sir Ru-
Telegraphic communication to all;ab,ph ct all klll(U haVe takcn refuge I fu�� sa,aC8 r"<ur,;d, **** the Unionists
points north and wesl of New York|ln ,hl. nearest ports The steamers !avoideO mention of Marconi and made
Cltj  wus interrupted. W, ri.  Pollock of Cleveland, was fore- ��-PP'""llon   *��uh,"��"���rule  ">*��� lh�� ln'
  Ll  on  lo the batiks of the St. Clair |s��rauce act thetr rallying cry
On Lake 8uperlor. j flats cunar.    :>r  position  is not re-
S.mlt Ste. Marie. Nov 9 -Lake Sii��� garded as dangerous The steamer
pi i.i r bas been lashed by a fiO -mile \ Mary Blphlcki of Chicago, which
gall for the past it hours Steamers went ashore yesterday in Lake Krle
arriving ut the Soo today from Lake;!'"' >>�� �� flouted nnd has reached
Superior ports are all  heavily coated iShelier.
Wltb   ice.     The   Northern   Navigation j 	
company's steamer Saronic was coat | Traffic   Hampered.
with ice as she steamed Into the canal j    Cumberland. Md.. Nov. 9  -Snow has
approach  on   the  Canadlun  side.  The | reached  a  depth  of   16  Inches at Kl-
greateat interest centered in the con j latter half of the week except in the
test,   Capt.   L.   o.   Wilson,   Unionist, northwest.
capturing the seat with 6144.   Oeorge
P. Gooch,  Liberal, received 4713 and
the   Socialist   candidate,   Mr,   Butler,
106.1.    The   Socialist  undoubtedly  cut
Into the Liberal vote.
The Socialists made a feature ofthe
Tne militant suffragettes supported
Capt. Wilson. Just before the close
ol tin polls a lance squad of the mill-
tan ts arrived. The town hall, where
thc n.tinting took place, was strongly
guarded by a double force of police,
while the polling places were closely
wind was blowing from the north jk'n-f. W Va.. and other points ln the
nnd nortbWSSt and waves and spray iparern Alleghenies in Maryland. West
���driven by u terrific gale trOtS hard j Vlrulnta and southern Pennsylvania
on lur pun side. [The  wind Is blowing a gale.    Traffic
"W.- never bad a letup from the on ti.e Western Maryland and Haiti-
ume we left l.ululh." said Capt [more A Ohio tall.--.-ads is hampered by
.Stony of the Maricopa tonight.    "The wire trouble.
Residence of Koy C. Welch    of   the
Port City Seriously Dsmsged���
Volunteer  Brigade.
Custom���Situation Approaches Climax.
Constitutionalists Could Then Cspture
Government���Huerta Doeg Not
Appear Anxious.
Washington, Nov. 9.���Contrary to
his usual custom of putting aside official business on Sunday, President
Wilson worked all day today on the
Mexican problem. He summoned
Senators Borah and McCumber, Republican members of the senate foreign relations committee tbis afternoon and discussed the situation with
them for almost two hours. He had
a conference with Secretary Bryan tonight.
From the way the president's callers talked, the situation is rapidly approaching a climax and some definite developments are expected immediately. That the United States bad
given lluerta until tomorrow night to
reply, was the general belief ln official circles.
The next step, In the view of some
of those who have talked recently
with the president, probably will be
an announcement by the United
States, not only reiterating its refusal
to reognlze the Huerta government,
but making It clear to the world that
It also  shall refuse to recognize any
Detective Riddled With Bulleti While
Searching   for   Blackmailers.
Ogden, Utah, Nov. 9.-- Kndeavoring
to trap blackmailers who demanded
money trom Kalph 10. Bristol and
Leroy Kcclea under threats of shooting, Dave Kdwards, special detective
and expert gunman from Bingham.
Utah, fell on a lonely road In the
northeast part of Ogden about four
o'clock thiB morning, his body riddled
wllh bullets. The blackmailers had
demanded that one of the four prominent bring $1500 to them ln a satchel.
Kdwards ��� was disguised ln Eccles'
clothing. It Is believed the bandits
recognized the disguise. They then
opened flre without warning. He
returned the flre even when wounded.
Though others reached the scene a
few moments later, the bandits made
their escape. Kdwards IS at a hospital In a serious condition.
Well Known Athlete Dead.
Halifax, Nov. 9���George Tracey, 52
years old, a member of the firm of
Cunard and company, local coal dealers, was struck by a suburban train
at Rockingham on Saturday night and
was Instantly killed. In 1886, Mr.
Tracey won the amateur half mile
running championship of America at
New Yor kand 1887 he again annexed
the half mile championship at-Detroit.
Hale  in  Arlzons.
Tucson,    Ariz.,    Nov.    9.���William
Bayard Hale, reported a week ago as
having been on the border lnvestigat-   .    ���
Ing   the   Mexican   situation   fdr   the  lhe seventh annual  meeting hefe ot
Ritual  Murder  Case  May
Have Serious Outcome
���Polish Persecution.
Society of Double Headed Eagle Hold
Memorial Service for Murdsred
New Vork, Nov. 8.���'The entire Jewish people In Russia la ln constant -
fear of  massacre as an  outcome  of  '.
this eaae," says the annual report of
the executive committee of tbe Amerl-  -
can  Jewish  committee,   refsrring  to
tbe trial of Mendel Btlliss at Kiev, on
a charge of ritual murder.   The case
is referred to as "the most tragic occurrence In Jewish life for years."
The report was submitted today at
Washington government, arrived here
tonight. Mr. Hale admitted hia identity, but declined to answer any questions.
A flre thought to have been caused  aclB of the new congress soon to be
guarded during the day. as an attack 'through defective wiring did consider- convened by Huert*
on the ballot boxes was expected.        L.K,���   j-__.��� .    tK     i_t___i___ �����    ._.,_ snould Like Embargo.
Mr.   Gooch.   thK   Liberal   candidate,  abIe  dama��e to  *���  ">terior of    the      Senator Borah told the president In
entered tbe constituency only on th ���  home   and  tbe household  effects    of his   opinion  even   should   Huerta   ac-
eve of election. (Roy C. Welch, Port Coqultlam, late on Cede l0 lhe American request for his
 '               ! Saturday evening.    The    fire   broke Iff1!"**" &2L^^1���*
Local  Branch of B.C. Manufacturers'
AssoclVtion Discuss Matter With
Mayor���Appoint Committee.
the American Jewish committee, a na-   -
tional  organization,   the  purpoee    ot
which is to "prevent Infringement on ���
the rights of Jews in this country and
abroad and to relieve them in case of
distrees and persecution."
The committee appropriated 15009
for thc relief of persecuted Semlnite
and Moroccan Jews, and discussed at
length the situation of Jews In Roumanla  and  Russia.
Of the situation of Jews In Roumanla, where demands have been
made that persecution cease and the
Jews be given equa' rights guaranteed
under the Berlin treaty of 1878. the
executive committee's report says:
"There are. Indications this problem
is about to assume a new phase."        "
The   situation  In  Russia    Is    dealt
with exclusively, but the conclusion ls
���  *S��lvalion       Army's       Commsnder-in
Howl Down Liberal Speaker    chief m Winnipeg���crowds rush
Clamor for Freedom of ,0 H"r Him
James l.arkin. .     ,
Winnipeg, No.-. 9 ���Winnipeg on b_-
I half of the sister provinces today turn-
l.i DdOll, Nov. 0���The Socialists bave|ed OUl en masse lo welcome Oeneral
adopted suffragette tactic, and have j Bran-Well Booth, coinmander-ln chief
<l i hli il lo oppose all Liberal candl- ()( ,,|P salvation Army. The general
4)��UB  Mid   r.'fusc   them  a hearing  at, clcuIn���d.  ���&t  merely to Winnl-
public   meetings   until  James   Lurkln,      ** ' '
leader of tbs Striking Irish transport P<* but to the Canadian prairie west.
workers, who wus sentenced to seven officers of the Army being ln attend-
in mus' Imprisonment st Dublin Is re jancc from Itegina, Moose Jaw, Cal-
The   Ht.   Hon
M.-isti iniiiii,   MP.,   was   howled   ten,������  ��
toils**,   when he attempted to speak ttt jof   staff.
tin Sboiedltcb laberna.le. A small, The Wnlker theatre, where the gath-
piii-tv  of men  kept up a continuous wla_ t00k place  -vaB crowded to its
WM %& tT*" �� i ******** ���-1- *���*��� ����� ������������ ��-
<.lmr,,l1 fully  another thousand applied to the
A demonstration was held at Dublin ': doors  for admission, aud  throughout
today  by  the  strikers in  celebration ] _a   aflerlloon   sought  means  of  en-
It, ad'iig. Tills bad reference to the ' stormed lbe doors, and long before the
sucrois rf Cspt Wilson, the Union-{scheduled lime of opening, the police
1st candidate, In capturing the llead|jla(] to l!0ld the dooIS against those,
2&r&. sssvs: *?���*'*��� �������" ����� rrnherrr��of
' ' Ithe father, (.en. Wm. Booth, told anew
gary and Edmonton, to extend thc wel-
cf their brethren  to the chief
ernl vets.
Important Questions for Gathering In
Seattle���Opposition to Re-election of Gompers.
Seattle, Nov. 9. -The 33rd annual
-convention of the American Federation of Labor wlll be called to order
tomorrow morning by President dom-
pars.   Preliminary conventions of the. cral
by  the son,
Tho new general, welcomed first for
nis father's sake, remained to be
warmly greeted fnr his own sake, the
Snookers moving a vote of thanks lo
nlm, voicing the general thought, that
Uie mantle of lus father had fallen
on worthy shoulders. ln telling of
"some lessons of my father's life and
work,'' General Booth, unconsciously,
perhaps, but nevertheless, unmtstake-
ably, provided abundant proofs of bis
mastery ot those lessons.
lie narrated that the aged general
had once beeu asked the secret of
his wonderful success In drawing men
to htm. "Sir," the veteran had replied, "I resolved that God should
have all'there was of Wm. Booth,"
and it was uot long before his hearers
knew that the same keynote of life
had been taken up by the young' gen-
from the lower windows.
Thc   volunteer  flre  brigade,  under
Constable   Smith   and   Deputy   Chlet
Mctlveen     arrived early    after    the
Ex Convict Ws. Apparently    Submit- \alarm tod be*�� *-**-***- aad after a
, Today a committee of New West- fe*5,he.<1 **. the condition of Jewa
.... ,i,���. i ,, vwv _.., r, ih-r .a,9" no Te,9?onBlble *enot* OT P"so��s minster manufacturers will Interview ��� "'f1 country remains Practically aa
out about ten o clock when there was Uo establish a government. w.  h. Barker, ot the B.C.  Packers' I hopele&s as last, year, while It Is not-
nobody lu the bouse and by the time     The Idaho senator suggested If the \ Association, to see what can be doneie* lhat -t0 the T0,e oI u,ual horroro
lt  was noticed names were breaking embargo on arms were lifted the Con- to retain the Columbia Cold Storage l����erc has been ^added economic per-
stltutlonallsts probably could take ] Company in this city. This course' secution of the Jewa In Poland. That
possession of the reins of government followed the meeting on Saturday of!lhe Poles "ln ruining Jews are also
In  Mexico City  probably  ln  30 days  the local branch of the B.C. Manufac-', ruining  themselves,"  ls the  commit-
sive But Pulled Revolver When
strenuous fight succeeded in subdu
ing the flames. Practically every
room in the house, which ls a two-
torey  structure,  was  ruined  by  the
and that the American government
shonld give them an opportunity to
establish themselves. Should they
fail the United States might consider
other steps.
Senator Bacon, chairman of the foreign relations committee, said tonight he believes a majority of the
members  of  the  committee  were  in
Boise. Ida. Nov. ��.-When Deputy ��� name's and there was hardly a piece lg����"3 ��,���,�� SHX-S^T" To
SH. riff William l.awson located Cla r- of furniture that was net damaged to ^MonttS ��������**. em
ence i.oush. an ex-convict, for whom |some extent. |barg0   woul(J  btJ  lnhumaIlj Bgome  sen.
ators have declared that such "an act
on the other hand would put an end
lie had searched  three days to serve I    Some  records  kept  by   Mr. Welch,
w.th   a   warrant   charglug   him   with who is official grain weigher for Port
foritery.   Rciish   wss   apparently   sub- Coqultlam,     were     destroyed.       The
mt.'islve. li^t when the deputy laid his house  Is   valued  at about  $6000,    of
rijfht hand on hm. Rotish whipped out which   fifty  per  cent,   ls  covered   by
���x revolver, pressed lt to the officer's insurance.    What caused the blaze Is
Jaw and fired. not known.  There was a fire in  the
turers'    Association   to   diecuss   the jtee's  conclusion,
waterfront  industrial   accommodation
matter.   R. J. Rickman. L. B. Lusby
and J. R. Duncan torm the commit
Manufacturers  in  discussion   gave
Consider Verdict Todsy.
Kiev, .Nov. ��.���The Society  of tbe
Double Headed kagle announces a memorial sedvice for Andrew Yushlnsky,
credit   to  tbe  council   for  doing   Its I "who was brutally tortured to death
best in dealing with the Columbia and by Jews with the ritual obiecL" The
St.   Mungo  cold   storage   companies.! service will   be  held   Monday  in  St.
but it was the result tbat seemingly < Sophia cathedral, which stands within
did    not    meet   with   unanimous  ap-!a  radius  of  100  yards of the  court
proval    Mayor Gray produced all cor-(where   the  trial   of   Mendel   Beiliss.
reSpondence in the negotiations, and j charged with the murder, bas been go-
, these will be again told of when city i Ing on.
_^_,  -t._?T_U.  -?.._.__"... _ ��,_1 _'_e__0,_ I council   meets  tonight.      Judge  Bole     The student, Colubegg. a member of
('lawson fell but rose before Roush
bad gotten out of sight and fired three
times at blm. then dropped unconscious. Ile Is iu a serious condition.
Hi.ush    Is   being   sought   by  posses.
kitchen stove when Mr. Welch left
the house earlier in the evening, but
from all accounts, the flames first
broke out in the front part of the
house, the kitchen being In the rear
ng   the   sensational    Haywood-Moyer
trials  here.
(.lawson was one of the guards^ dur-jand less damaged than any other of
the rooms. It Is suggested that the
fire was caused by the electric wires.
This was the first blaze which the
newly organized Port Coqultlam volunteer nre brigade was called out to
Unidentified  Msn  Killed in Ossert.d ^^i^KES!! L^_V���J_
!������..._ -���,-   ..*..,. was handled, considering the advance
 ,,,,7^      vw    ,_Jo��nl,B��l�� before the brigade arrived, de-
Portluud,    Ore..    Nov    ��-J����Ph  vo)veg great credit on Its respective
Uussc.   a   wealthy   vegetable farmer ���     Thlg ,       ,���     flr8t
and land owner, and Victor Alcardl, ',_" ,/*; * , - ,h_ ���__, _,v,_
a farm laborer, were arrested early [jW.*h��,*^r��tm Ae\_^_\l
today, following the tekMH ES Ha. at^.e'fgreaUr ��d
The victim, together with Joseph
O'Brien, had stopped st the bouse for
the night, when, according to O'Brien's
slory, a shotgun was poked through a
window and discharged, the victim receiving the full charge of buckshot in
his  breast.
Moss} has been much annoyed by
tramps and is said to hsve threatened
vengeance. Mossl protests his ir.no
Aldermen Miller and Oaler, who
are members of the volunteer corps,
assist cl In the fight.
various departments were held last
week when the work to be taken up
by the federation was planned.
k Three Important matters will be glv-
Vn consideration on tho floor.of the
convention. The first ls the question
of Immigration following tbe opening
���of thc Panama canal. This wsb con-
sldered by the wOBtern labor Immigration congress which concluded a two
���days' session yesterday snd the recommendations of the congress will be
taken up by the Federation.
Another question which it Is expected will rocelvo much attention from
the delegates ls the proposed change
In the form of labor union organization, several unions desiring Industrial organization. This question was
considered In the preliminary conven-
(Contlnued o.\ Page Four.)
One refers to Oeneral Bramwell
Booth as (be "young general" In dis-
tiction to him whom the world has so
long known as the only Oeneral Booth.
But Bramwell Booth Is In tbe prime
of lire, a kindly gentleman, but with
a lutein lire and vigor which at times
gives wonderful force to his words,
ile told many anecdotes at today's
meeting, moving his hearers from
tears tc laughter when telling 8om��
ijuuint narrative from the wondefful
volume of hls father's life, probably
the richest possessor of unusual experiences the world has known.
Sir William Whyte presided at the
afternoon meeting, a vote of thanks
being proposed by Sir Rodmond Roblin and seconded by T. C. Norrls. the
leader of the opposition In tbe Manitoba legislature.
Fire Fiend Visits Ontario
City���Total Loss Estimated af$75,000.
Nlplgon, Not. ��.���The business portion of Nlplgon, Ont, situated seventy
miles east of Port Arthur on the Canadian Pacific, was nearly totally destroyed by tire whicb started at 1:30
p.m. aud continued until 11:10 a.m.
The fire started In a building untenanted except for tx clothing store, and
swept west as far as the International
hotel whore It was cheeked. TM
business places burned Include three
stores, two restaurants, three barber
shops, two pool. rooms and two butcher shops. ���
The total l����j '�� approsltnately |7B,-
000, covered by Insurance. The origin
ot the flre Is unknown. The buildings
were very congested, which aceoaats
for the brg loss.
Infringements ot Bylaws    and    Provincial Auto Act, Nst Munlcl.
pallty Ovar ��100 .
A little over $100 was collected in
fines and costs ln the Bumaby police
court before Magistrate Beatty on
Saturday morning, when eases ot
speeding and infraction ot tho provincial auto act together with shooting
firearms within the municipality,
were called.
Three of the tour ease* were ot
the double-header brand, W. Raid, ot
Vancouver, assessed $10 and costs tor
not having a name plate showing on
his auto-cycle, and an additional $U
and costs for speeding,
The Merchant Cartage company, of
Vancouver, answered two counts, that
of not .having a tall light on a machine and falling to have the aide
tamjis burning. A fine at $15 and $$
costs settled this matter.
M. MacKenzie, also of Vaaoouvsr,
waa caught speeding oa Kingsway.
It cost htm $20 and coats. Robert
Amatt. ot Barnett, paid over $t tar
and spare the country the bloodshed  suggested arbitration of the entire af- the Black Hundred and presfdent of
of  an   l^efinKely^ Prolonged   period, j fair.   This was considered   favorably  the   university   urjon   of  .monarch*.*
ind may be acted upon later. wh0 figured prominently In the trisj.
The  meeting was  the most repre-1 calls upon all Christians "to pray forx ���
eentatlve of manufacturers in a long I the  soul of the martyr."
time here and was held In camera.     At the evening session of the trial
~~~~~~~~~~-~���- tonight,   the   president   of   the  court
"God  Save  Sylvia" |asked  Beiliss if he desired to make
London, Nov. 9.-Suffragettes made a  statement.    The  prisoner  replied:
Huerta Not Worried.
Mexico City. Nov. 9.���Government
officials, foreign residents and t he
people of Mexico realize that the relations between this country and the
United States are strained almost to
the point of war and there is much
discussion as to what Washington
will do tomorrow.
John Lind, who represents the president of the United States, is ignorant of the intentions of his chief. If
General Huerta is anxious regarding
what may develop he does not betray
it. Although he has sent to the diplomatic representatives of the foreign
nations a note, which, ln effect, is a
defiance of Washington, he was conspicuous about town long after the
midnight hour, and Indulged today In
relaxation ln the company of his military friends.
More uneasiness is apparent at the
American embassy than at the National Palace. At the palace the
opinion was freely expressed, not Infrequently accompanied by sneers,
that the United States would never Intervene ln Mexico.
Mr. Lind Is fully cognizant of tbe
delicate situation and awaits with
keen interest word from President
Wilson and Secretary Bryan, but- today he received only assurances that
the president was Interested In certain developments and a request that
he continue his observations.
Mr. Lthd expressed the view that
this policy would not be continued for
many- dsys. It ls known here that he
has recommended that all diplomatic
negotiations with Mexico be terminated.
another demonstration today at the
service ln St. Paul's. At intervals
they sang "God Save Annie Kenney
and Sylvia Pankhurst, who are being
persecuted for couscience sake."
U. S. Battleships In Italy.
Genoa, Nov. 9.���The United States
battleships Connecticut and Kansas
were visted today by the naval experts who seemed greatly interested
in comparing tbem with British battleships of the same type. They are anxious that tbe American officers should
see the Italian dreadnoughts Otulio
Cesare and Leonardo Davincl.
Alfred Ballard Rescued Against Will
Alleged He Is Inaane���Tetd
in Burnaby.
p^id ooata In both Instances.
Special   Msatlng   TMa   Morning  Al-
leged Over-expenditure hi *****
The elty oounell will hold �� speolal
meeting thla morning to dtaeass C*
ance* and take up the matter mt over
expenditure ln some departments.
At a meeting lasl Wodnoansy ft
waa stated that th* water and health
departments had ex��r"~* '	
timatea btlt Alderman
mu mt these eomtslttees. statee that
a number ot itesas have been Charged
���gainst hie expenditure wMeh should
Alfred Baliard Is lying In tha Bur-
tony municipal Jail awaiting trial on
a charge.of attempted suicide. Ballard is -understood to bave thrown
hlmaelf into th* waters of Burrard
Inlet on Saturday afternoon, hnt waa
fished oat by several men working In
the vicinity who ptsoed him under
guard until yeaterday moralag when
tliey released him. notifying Chlet ot
Mile* Farlrfuoa. following a thro*
h-ddr search the polio* earn*
b* charged te other
Tke** mattera win ba among th*
shooting a revolver oft without a per- e-htaf item* of dlscuaeloa at the spe
lt, and aa additional $t tor vWatlni clal meeting tbU moralag ae watt ig
e Sunday shooting bylaw.   He. also, a gsMsal talk over ot tb* ttaaaolal
condition of the city.
I should like to say many things,
bit am too ill and tired. I want to
go home to my wife and children.
You can see for. yourself that I am
The jury will consider a verdict tomorrow. Part of the sitting of tb��
court today was devoted to replies
by counsel to precious speeches in
accordance with the Russian legal custom which permits replies.
Liquor Application.
The  Port Coqultlam license com-,
mission will shortly be called upon to.
deal wllb an application tor a liquor
license   for   a hotel   planned   to  be.
established at the corner ot Elgin and
Shaughnessy streets.   Prank Paxton.
a prominent realty man of the Port,.
City. Is the applicant.   The proposed
hotel wlll contain   thirty   furnished  '
rooms and In other respects com* ap
to the provisions of the provincial
liquor act. v
MMth *f RMr WIN B*
Swripasmit Ready ta Start
i Preparation* im tti* dredging   af"
tba mouth ��t th* Pttt ***r to Iotas
an ******** ta fw�� OstaWam'* bw-
bor were praetkally
ttnacd hiding in a hhaek hm dl*- Saturday .bp' i *-**�� *t twenty mam
ume* away fram th* wharf. eaajaged by tha Raatfte Dredging aaav
^*hen tbep ****** notified, th* poUoa, pany, eo*tr*atM�� tor VU**\%.tm*\
*...��� .. .... _,���.-_.__. __��� ..._.__���,_ |j_ .^--^ itm%-ti***m* *t***s**t *rl*$
following the description given by the
men wb* haM th* man overnight, believed tb* party waa noa* other than
William Thoaaaa, the AtoMaa m*�� eh-
eaped tram tbo -*-***-*' griaan tana
early Prtday *��_***^"-JJ^L^l*
******** Magistrate Beatty, R t* eRo-
gether likely that a remand wfll ha
taken in otdar to a&ow a lunaey dot*
mtss-oa ta examln the man. Wb* R ts
alleged, shows t#tf of tnaantty.
Ballard's street, tba, Mn*Wr '.
" '$
An independent morning r��p��r devoted to (h�� (.itcr'nts of Ntw Westminster ond
tS* Eraser Vslleu Puhlished every morning except Sunday by the. National Prliitinp
end 1-Mlshtng Companv, Limlttd, st 63 McKsstis Street, New Westminster. British
Ool��mtii�� ROHH SUTHERLAND, Managinfi Director.
All t'nmmunleations should bt addressed tn Tht) New Westminster News, and not
to individual mcmb'.rs ot tht staff. Chaises, drafts, and money orders should lie made
paj/til,,   tn fhe National I'rintino and I'ubllsKing Oompany, Limited.
TELEPHONES���Business Off ies and Manager, 811-; Editorial Rooms lall depart-
���mil), 981.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES���By carrier. 14 per vear, Jl for thret months. 40c per
���tonta      Hll '"til- I*  l"'r Hi-fi -'-'- Vrr "'O""1-
 "���NU KAI US on application.
Supply  to   Ee   Provided   for   Gold   Industry at Cost of  Three
Million Pounds.
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Nov.
0. -The  provision  of  a   waler  supply
Thrown on It���Possible
tuge of Inheriting a greal name does
not last, lt gives a man an curly opportunity nf distinguishing himself,
but if distinction does not follow the
failure i�� observed and emphasised.
Mediocrity is not tolerated In a num
weighted with the reputation of an
eminent name. He musl be in the]
front rank or nowhere, He Is exposed In a Hurt of Jealousy of hereditary I Murder in Quebec Has .LlttlS .Light
claims." it is true, Mr, Balfour would
have 1'1'ini' to the front by reason of i
his unique parliamentary gifts long
in fore lie did had bo nol been a Ceoil
and :i nephew of that overpowering
rii'ii of the late Vlotorlan era. Lord
Salisbury,   "l.ulu'' Haroourt, the colo-
Kt. Hilaire, Que., Nov. '.'.
Owing in
Hiill    sur-
aiai secretary of today, did not net his  the deep  mystery  which
surrounds the murder of
Chevalier.   In   St.   -lean   Baptists   par*
for gold Holds of western Australia, a S^auS!,1PlnH! ',',N "lintinffuUhedI father, BurroUnds tbe murder of Mrs,  Loul
Sir   William   Hareourt,   passed   away.
waterless    district     4iiu
from  Ihe  western  coast of the
The scheme provided for a daily supply of 5,600,000 gallons, of which ii,-
1100,000 was for use In Ihe sold fields.
Is an artificial
h   the   water   Is
Doctor  McQuarrie  and  Chief -Sanitary  Inspector
Pearce have set New Westminster folks a good example in, niallitlllnl-Ki ,m,mril(.11,1. ftnd ,���,,,������
the clean-up campaign they carried on last week, but to ing a staple industry established in a
make the effect lasting the people will have to take hold of j gSJJf^JJJ
the rake handle and keep up the good work.   Nothing   "'"'
accumulates like dirt, unless it's more dirt, and to drive
the germs out and keep them on the far side of this city's;
gates, the clean-up campaign must be a three hundred and ���^XcefromTbid
sixty-live dav affair once every year. pumped 'through a steel conduit 301
*The medical health officer and the head of the civic M>e> in diameter by means of eight
. , . _*i    ,     _.    . i.1.1 pumping installations to the main Qls-
sanitary department are going tg do their part to keep wbuting reservoir at Buiin Bulling,
this town well polished up; they .will see, as far as they This reservoir hw ����������� H
possibly can, that the regulations-are lived up to, and if tta |0We8t outlet level of ths latter
they are not observed the police court probably will be the ^J** *��rS&^iX 1
result; but the officials cannot do it all and it is up to the
pride of the citizens to see that their backyards do not
become microbe incubators.
The clean-up campaign is not a fad, it's a measure of
wonderful piece of hydraulic engineer-1So   Austen Chamberlain   mlghl   well
Ing work, is now well advanced. have failed to win  high  place not lie- j Ish,  tbo  Inquest   which   was   reopened
The bugs scheme, undertaken at a  cause of lack of ability, but because I yesterday by Doctor Vlger, the ooron-
ensl  of three  million  pounds  Stirling,   of the  shadow  of his  father's  rcpiita-   ,,r  f(ir|   ���*,,, (|isitrj.t   of HI.   Ilyachiiillii'
was  not  directed   primarily   towards  tlon,  thai h" has not so failed is a
Insuring tbs  subsistence  of a  large tribute to his pi,wer.
community of people,    hut   towards'
Lease Extremely Moderate.    For
further particulars apply
Dominion   Trust   Company
606 Columbia Street C. S. Keith, Manager
Raymond Planning on the Future���Depending on the Cheaper
R rater.
Raymond, Sask.. Nov. 9,   A very op
iuiistic spirit prevails here m regard
:i the future uf Alberta.  Aside  from
the fact ihat crops are (rood this year I whatever "little money she
the farmers feel tliat their experience In her possession
reservoir and  the  Kalgoorll
The details of all the ironwork used
in the construction of the wHtvot,   ,    WU(,
drawn  out   in   the  Btate  and   ali  the. win enaoie t. *       < "���
and from which the presentatlves of
the press were excluded, as the cor-
coroner feared tbe newspaper might!
allow  some valuable Information  to
leak out, which  would  warn the inur
Idersr of tbs woman, was adjourned
i slnn die.
in t'ie meantime, a postmortem of
Ithe old lady's remains will be mads,
I and the provincial police, assisted by '
|mgh Constable BolSVI It, or St. Hllalre, will continue to work on the
case. *
Wild Stories.
li   appears   more   likely   every   day,
that  the  murder  was committed  by!
a   person   who   knew   the   Old   woman
and who had gone to her lonely home
for   the   purpose   of   robbing   bOT   of
might have
wheu you can tret as Rood, or better, manufactured In O. 0. viz.: tbe
the celebrated "VANCOUt Kit" Brand, guaranteed tit pass Standard
Specifications of American  and  Canadian  Knglneers' Association.
We would ulso call attention to our Vltrlfled Hewer I'lpe from
tin. to -4-ln In diameter This Is also made in this Province and w��
consider superior to any Imported article.
We also carry a stock of Crushed Hock. Washed Gravel, Band,
Ume. Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
Phones 15 snd 16.
��02 Columbii Street W.
Call and inspect our fall
.��� ami .lines and new fall styles ane
drawn  out   in  ine  Biaio anu  a.,  mo, ��� ***�����**.**. �� - ��"7 ''Jc.Ven of a woman who l.s'deserlbod as   place  VOlir Order  HOW
ironwork  used  was    obtained    trom ery year.   Next, the opening of the  .  , ... ..,,*.���.,��� ,,..,,, ,. h,    I"'"-'-' 0'ln"   Ulu��'   uuw'
Oreat  Britain, ami  it  says much for Panama canal, shows them that ih-y , ���. "K"   r���'  '""'"    ''" ' ',' !''���"���" '"''
After the work done last week by Medical Health Officer McQuarrie and Chief Sanitary Inspector Pearce, New
a.*, ,*���������.-y displayed  in the draw-loccupy a morefavorable position titan15J��. ^i^_.?rlv,!?1iX��t��1_}_}'yth?'i    '
Ings that o.    being grouped together either of the other prairie provinces, f'19*?*!1!!! *,h   "Y '      V
as the work progressed all parts flttad ; They argue, "Why is not our land more i * ��%*�������' *��� "'"I". wil8,������">"
correctly in their proper plan- valuable?"    Then  the  coming of the |tPrt'    Tlu' woman- wh" ls w,d  "' '"
An Interesting feature of the work | various industry's, such as malting and
together   with
; tal and very broad shouldered, with 0
' ! man's husky voice, and who, according
more   ^ th|. gtoriea (old by _nmil ()f ,h(, fH_
-- -^        ������      _ .        . . , ,    ,,      , , j ivi uwouuu i", i ,".-!���...    .iv.i.i.iiiih.u   ^ujjui.ujitji,    iin-ii      roubles are lessen
a general appearance of having been tnrougn tne laundry.; figures sypipied tor the use of the ed. The day or rem cheap land in ai
Christian Science .Monitor by Nell Mo-1 berta is past,
i Queen,  the district  engineer, 86 cam-      (.eorge YV. Croon of the Ellison mill- i
Westminster is eoine around with'her face all washed and Inures supplied for the use of the packing plan;
Wesim_n_.tt.l ib jpuig hiuuiiu wit ^ ,__,_..,_.._.,._. | for excavation purposes.   According to | population,   tb..,      ���""���--"���'��� inters,   lives  In  a  cave  In   tin ,,
I woods on the mountain side, is the ter
ror  of   the  whole  district   which   pav
'! <w.r.. u..,!-    ���.,���        .",i.- ���!,  work    :: ,.:..!.:.���.,���.-  ,,���:., ��� v.  was giving i^J6^, ,rlbUtr   '"      '"'"'     ''""'
Folks in Spokane don't trust the telephone because K^*" ���? sU" clay' ln connection gratis  some   figures   regarding  ship- !0',"h"e'r
Ln   l**���J.-n,   In   r-ii*-,,tir.t   ih-,'-'.   Q    tplpnhr.np   fMl'.*!^nH.*}�� *!*&"' J***���}'.', _. | I-n,<T grain by way o fIh^ I'acific, con.
than  make  an  enemy
they're   beginning  to  suspect   there's  a   telephone   trust |    This reservoiT will be lined with a l pared   with   tho  eastern   route,    "lt
there : bitumen   asphalt   compound   invented costs." he said, "thirty-eight cents to
Another railway is proposed to run from Winnipeg to
Edmonton. Like the making of books, of the building
of railways in Canada there is no end.
Having done everything ridiculous possible to the
outer garments, Paris fashion smiths now are shipping
out fur trimmed lingerie.
by P. V. O'Brien, the chief engineer In iship a hundred of flour from here   to
charge, and  will  be roofed  with cor- Hongkong, China, a distance of over
'"  '      "'     '   "' nllis.   while   It   costs
rugated iron to keep dust out of the
water and prevent evaporation. The
reservoir, which is circular, has a diameter of ?.78 feet and a depth of 22
feet at the deepest part. Its capacity-
is 10,000,000 gallons,
nine thousand
sixty-one centa to ship the same
weigh! to Liverpool, a distance of
about one-half as far. Besides, there
Is a big market opening up for our
products in the far east. Think of the
disadvantage we will have ln shipping
to open water all winter. The farmer
Bhould not get less than seventy centB
The police do not attach much Importance to the story
There Is an Incident which miirlit
very well lead to the discovery of the
prepetrator of the murder, and which
took place long after the inquest was
held yesterday.
Old Farmer's Yarn.
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
Commencing   Oct.   2G      Change    of
time table, ns follows.
5:00 a.m.-   for Toronto,  Kamloops I.o-
1:26 p.m.   For St   Paul.
UIUL C. 0. I'I SI I Kit. TKACHElt ul-'
pianoforte, harmony snd slnglns Pupils luocessfuly prepared  for en i-mlna-
IIhii In 11   A    M   mid li. i'   M.  I'or i,im��
apply Cli.'l Third iivi-ini".
Miss El.LA
.mj Keary Bt*, N'-w  \\i-_i-
in- late Professor Allan Macbeth,
principal of t it.- otasgow Coliecs of
Music, .nui Profassor OroMland l-ftrst, "f
tin- Qllugow AiIh'IIhiiiiii. In-is In lull-
mat.' lhal i-ii,' will aCOSpl a fi-w piipHa
In ��� ��� mlt.,- imd vnti'i- production K-.-
temrivs rvpertolrs of hUh ein.s *,,,..���.
Por i.Tinn. cal] or wiiii. o> IJOt Hamilton str.-1't.
At Ottawa they've been talking about the purification
of Canada's navigable waters.     They've got a big job]Au����"  c����mberiain, Though  Little
ahead to make Father Fraser's turbid tide drop its mud
II. W. HKOIME, O,  P.  A.,  Vancouver
And, by the way, don't forget that common sense and
humanity demand that you shop early for Christmas.
Heard of, Is Said to Be Future   Possibility.
London, Nov. 9. In the stormy political days ahead ot Kngland folks are
likely to hf'ar a good doa! of one Unionist statesman, who has been keeping himself somewhat in the back-
. ,   ground of late.    Austen Chamberlain.
When a Hindu court interpreter gets pickled, could since parliament rose in early August
l.loyd (ieorge and  Mr. Churchill have
you call him an Indian chutney ?
New Regulations for All Train Passengers Crossing  International
Persons entering Canada by train
are no longer to be subject to the vexatious and confusing interrogation of
Dominion immigration inspectors. A
new liysum ls being inaugurated i :-
the departm.nt at Ottawa which promises to meet with gem ral favor As
the train nears the bonier, inspeci irs
will pass through the coaches supplying with a blank Information form every passenger who is entering the Dominion. The papers are to ba filled
out by the passengers and signed, aft
or which tbey will be collected and
Should the Information given be Incomplete or the answers unsatisfactory, the passenger may be personally
Interviewed by the inspector and obliged to undergo a personal examination  at  the International  boundary.
The immigration authorities will In
this way secure a permanent record
of everv person entering Canada by-
train, with full information over the
signature of the person in question.
The government will be thus furnish
<.(! with reasonable accural-' statistics
as to the immigration from the United States, tr-outst traffic, etc,
Rules  for   Tourists.
Canadian citizens returning to the
Dominion  are  only  to  be obliged   to
Butter   Making   Plant     at     Cardston
Alta.. Does Bumper
cardston. Alta.. Nov. 8.-
drawn   most   of   the   limelight
themselves, and what ha3 been available  for  the  opposition   has   favored
Sir Edward Carson,    l*\ E. Smith and
| Bonar   Law.     Time   may   yet   reveal
why, pprhaps, the ablest  man on the
i front opposition   bench   in   the com-
] nions    has    kept    his    own    cuunsel
I through   the   angry   discussions   upon
the Ulster problem.
Austin  Chamberlain  Is,  except Mr.
Balfour, the only surviving Conservative member of the iast rmttKj���iftble
j conference   between   the   two     front
in nches  which came to near settling
i In one happy deal both  tbe house of
I      ���    and   tli"   Irish   question,     and
Bhould the present impasse end in an-j
The butler  other round table conference, the pub-
llc  would expect to Bee the ex-chan-
An old farmer, who ri'sides al Mount   8:26  p.m.���For Agassi/.
St.   Hllalre,  In  th"  parish  Of St  Jean   8:10 p.m,     Kor Imperial Limited, Men
Baptlste,  only  a  short   distance  from        Ileal, etc.
the house when-  Mrs   Chevalier  was      For rates, reservations   and    Jthei
murdered, after  the coroner had  left  particulars apply to
.for St. Hilaire to take the train to St.!
for  his  wheat   and   I   think  the   price  Hyaointhe, called at the general store E. OOUl.ET   Agent
will always I e better from now on."      of  R  Gloutenay. and  asked   the ,���er-i '       ���    ,
rhreshers will  resume  w-ork today chant's  wife if she had  seen   ln*iec-: Ne" westmlnste
after the recent snowfall. C, F. Toll- jtive Samson of the provincial polie
strep says thai a week of good went'i-jon being asked what he wanted to see
er will finish the work for this sea- the officer for he said that he had
son. The sugar e���mpany will need Uomotblng to tell him. He was led
mother two wi, ks However, beets but to a shed at the hack of the house
can be harvested In most any kind of iaml Samson was sent for The follow-
weather and the managOf is not at all |nK ia the glorv ,nl(1 by lh��� ol(1 man:
ipprehensive about getting every- "Some time on Friday afternoon a
thing ln. bome beete were lett in the ; man (mentioning the party's name),
���-'round one year out of eleven, but'palled at Mrs. Chevalier's liouse. This
It was because they began harvesting |man,  who at one time resided in the
toc' late'  'parish or St. Jean   Baptlste, has  heen
���   .living  separated   from   bis    wife   fori UUL-A11UNB.
several years.    He has on different oc- j 	
Sounds Made by  Earthquakes. casions  attempted   to    get   reconciled      COAI. MININO rt*hu of the Doinlnlo
Earthquake sounds are described  ii-   wjth his wife who lias always refused'1"  Manitoba.  Sankatchi-wan  and   Albiru
variations .,r heavy rumbling so ion  any offer he ever made.   He is know,,  ffi35fS?^hTil'SrUTO {PSoImvuS
to ve a very violent character panic- of British Columbia, may be leaned for i
ularly when under the influence of li- i "��� .Of twenty-one years al an annul
���,,__      _���,,   ,.       ,���,���     . i i       rental of 11 an acre. Not more thiui iii
ouor.     and  on     several   occasion     he   acrt,s Wn, ������, leased lo ona appllcaw.
is  known  to have said  that  he wuuld .     Application  for s  leaae  muat  bo mail
get  his wife back al anv cost'' bV th'' applicant In parson to tbe Ann
Tl  L   .,,.,'        ii irt .       ���     or Sub-A��ent of Ihe Slatrtnt In which lh
Ibis   mans   wife,  according  to  the   rig,���, appuwi for are situated.
old  man s story, Is an intimate friend       In surveyed territory the land must I
of   Mrs.   Chevalier    with     whom   on'd.e"cr">71  2. section* or Isga)  mib-divi
..    ...in..   ,,rh-r   iiiU,-i.ll!iiii.iiii4   _..,.-.-..!  t     _        . . shins of sections, anil In unaurveyeil tei
ir   some   other   nilsu nu neons   Beveral occasions Sbe has Stopped    at   ritory   the   tract   applied    for    ahall    ti
In    strung    earthquakes    tl.e   night.      It   is   now   believed   tliat   the   stuked out by Uie appUcant himself.
ii. J a. BttHNirrr. auditor ani>
Accountant. Tut ll. III. Room 2, Marl
P. II Hmlth. W. J. Orovee-.
Wi,rk iiii<l.r'.ik-ti In cily anl outiM*
l��ilni�� 311-12 Waalmliiater Trust Diiat.
I'hone   lm       }���    O.   Box   607.
N '��� I RN >'l lONAl
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HTBAll   ANII itl'EH-
i.'K-iii   i,i*i.   meats  ie��
��� iv   first     nnd     thlnS
nth   II   Mcl-niKti||ii.
lUnders,     ***ct*ttU*r*.
ll * P O of Klk. ,.f lhe D. of C. meet
Ihs fiiei nn,l Ihird Thiirs.lay at I r m._
K "f P Mull. Blihth street. A Wcll#
oray, KiHlied ttuler; P. ll. Hmlth. Hee-
in fiiteh ns almost to be more felt than
lienrii Iiu llliiny rilseS Inn ml ible to |ier
upon koiih who are deaf to very low tones'
am] belonging in one or nnotlier of the
following types: The passing of wng
mis. tbiiniler. wind, the fall uf a load or
stones, tlie full of n heavy body, an ex
.    o.   r>    u     st>    sti.���Mr.K.r.-i ON
hint. s.r,,���.l. llilr.l and fourth W..,|nea^
nay in eaoh immth m *
In the M>u.s��� Home ll j
dictator! I-' E. Jonea ��.-,, .
Headouarters of lodge In w.-. RnuaaT
corner of Fourth nnd Camarvoi iHv
making season at the Cardston cream
...       .,    .. , cellor  ofthe  exchequer  again   take  a
cry  la sufficiently  far advanced now   ,���.������,���,,,   _,,���,.    'They ^_���  for  ,,���.
to be able to say thut the run Tar ex- ������,.t part sick of the Interminable
ceeds that of last year. Interviewing bickerings of Oreen versus Orange.
Manager il Mcintosh, a represeritatii e dii' !i;cl *. "runs Radical, over the Irish
of the press was able to get some In difficulty, and cannol believe that six
terestlng Dgures. The total output for men approaching il with a fixed determine months, from Pebruary 1, has minatii u to find a fair and reasonable
been 108,283 pounds. Tliis already far solul * n ������ ould pari In their endeavor.
exceeds last years output by 1,000 j 'nn* public do not, moveover, forget
pounds and Mr. Mcintosh estimates the late Mr. Labouchere'B tetters
that by the end of lhe twelve months Jusl published recal the facl tbal it
125,000 pounds will be mnde. in Jul;, was Mr .1 Beph Chamberlain vho
alone 20,000 pounds were printed, and nearly thirty years ag i, pri p ������ *l i.
last week tin- butler maker put up 3,- meet thi case ol Ireland tr- setting up
100 pounda November, unless some- provincial councils after the rnannei
th;nL' unforeseen occurs, will add of Ontario and Quebec a proposa
8,000 pounds; Deoember 8,000 and the which, had ll been accepti i
four winter months it is thought will by this time have made Ireland an
give at least in,nun pounds. united,   prosperous   and   happy   land
Tae summer's make was sold to the and a real Btrength to lhe Brll    .
provincial   government   and   wrapped   pire,    No father ever had a mon    li
In   their  Bpeclal   paper.    They    look   voted son and loyal supporter Ihan Jo
^ ''  !"-""   '"���'���'"lt"s  1  -utrul   region   husband  having   heard   that   his   ��l|e'ly^WlfeA*b.*S!^l
oni an average two thirds, of the ills    was with Mrs. f havell,.r, called at Ihe, the  righta applied for ara not avallabh
iiiibeil    reirlmi-    In     moderate    enrth    "Id woiuaiis' house on Friday night, in-   but  not   otherwise.    A   royalty   shall    b
. , Slated   unon   Mm   Phevnllor nrru-uniTi.. ' P"'1' on  the merchantable output  of  lh
quake* the two areas lire approximate    , .   " ., pon, ', . ,   , P"*""*'"-   mine at lhe rale of five oenta per lon.
iv   nf   the   Willi*   ni'i-Miitude    while   iu ,     e'     U llPn   t!u*   "I(l   ���'���*'*���'   *OUld      The   person   operatum   the   mine   shal
,   "   ,        ' ,. not do so, a dispute would have arisen   furnish   the   Agent   with   awarn   roturn
many   slight    earthquakes   tlle   sound ���     (J    _.      ..    ..,���,..���...     visi,nr    |���    ,,   nccountliut for the full quantity of met
ncn Is larger th:u, the disturbed area    fpenZy   of   -in-er  a    wha    ha  ItimVahf  -SK"?!?1!  <-��<-*,,ml"*0  <*"<*   W   lhe ,�����
* inu/.y   oi   anger  at   what   he   thought ��� ally   thereon.   If  the coal   mining   right
\s n  rule, the beginning or tbe BOIIIItl I Was  .Mrs. Chevalier's duplicity   struck'are not being operated such returns ahouli
in* edes the sho.k. mul the end or the j '���.r and killed her i be  furnished at  least once a year.
The lease wlll Include tha caal minim
I rlghiH only,   but the  leasee  will  bn per
i mltted   to   purchase   whatever    avallabh
surface righta may be considered  neeaa
sary for the working of the mine at th.
, rate of 110 an acre.
Por full Information application ahouli
; be made to the Secretary of the Depart
I ment of the Interior, -Ottawa, or to an:
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion l_andi
Deputy Minister ot the lntei-lot
N. B.���Unauthorised publication of thl
advertisement wlll nol be paid for.
sound follows the end uf llle shock.
Doubleeome Cucumbers.
A vaudeville contortionist wus "llm
tiering up" In his ilia-using room, when
i Inunili ������> man. who Happened to opeu
ilu- dun by mistake, stepped across
ihe threshold niul Stood iqiellb-buml
wiiti-lilnu tin,- performer, win, was sp
purclitlj tied in a km it uu lop of bis
Noticing lhe took of consternation ou
the face nl ll intentional intruder
ami resolving In have snme fun nt his
expense, llie > niiturtlonlst as.-iinied a
look   uf   dii'iiesl   ag.iiiy   und   grouneil
w ,-:ik Iv
"II) gravy
���ver ,..ii iu
Unit's  the  Inst time  I'll
umbers    fur   supper!"-
When through old
age llie bodily
f utict ions become sluggish^
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
give gentle, timely and
effective aid, without
_discomfort or distress.
25c.  a   box   at   your
Druggist's. 173
NatlMal Pros saS Ckeiakal
Ce. el Cause, lissMH.
. n   o   tr,  AMtTT I.O|ii;l. no   1;. Th.
regular    meeting    nf    Amtlv    lodgs    Nil
:7', ?'.��' ,"' '" ���**��������� '"���'"���* Mondar
nlglit at I odook In Odd I'.-lh,-**.* Hall
ciirniT Carnarvon and Rtehlh straata
Msiiuig    li. ih.-rn     cordially    Invited
��   o S'\[.''!'"'''; N" * "   "'   Baninier
V. O.;  \i    C   Costham,   P   11     record
Inf.secretary: J   W. MaeDoimld, flnan-
cl��l aeeratary.
W. K. KALES-- Ptonsar Funeral Dlrertoi
and Rnbalmer, 119 ��l�� Agnes street
opposL. Carnegie Library.
ter A Hanna. I.lil ) - funeral dlreelnrs
and embalmers. Parlors tor. Columbte
street.   New  Westminster,    Phone III,
The   huh
WHS   M11W   ills
Boa 34 Dally News Bldg
ut tnlklng
some 81,000 pounds Lethbridge Kot seph Chamberlain iti Auston, and II 1- '""l l"*- "iim wns deploriiiK tlmt fnct,
the remainder after the mounted po- hardly lo be questioned that the now
lice posts at Lethbridge, Macleod and revived provincial councils idea call
Cardston, and the provincial jail ��<>t "'"'" parliaments, or whal you wlll,
their 160 pounds each week. The uv ail|t enlarge their local responslblllts
erage price paid to the creamery com- as you may would find In Austen
pany was 28 cents. This is considered Chambi rlaln a ready and able eham-
a very Rood price whon It is consider- IPlon at. any gathering of L/lberal and
ed that the Cardston product, like all 1 Unionist statesmen.
Alberta  butter,  had   to compete  with Hit Fiftieth Birthday,
that from New Zealand. I Austen   Chamberlain   has   been    ceie-
There is just a possibility that next prating his 60th birthday, ami it is
spring a cheese plant may be put In. typloal ofthe man that he should cele-
The  creamery  company  Is   willing   to ' hrate It In his lather's home at Minn
l-'oiir yeat old   LIUul,, th   listened  imxl-
1 Hi. im,lh, r.' she ventured nt letifth
"do yuu think he'll prow up Kngiish'' We couldn't any of us nndur
stunil hlm if in- turned out to lie
of all  kinds.
���rlcea right    Satisfaction guaranteed
li   McKensle   St.
Transfer Co.
}ffke  Phone  116.      Barn  Phone  W
��� spble Slraat.
ater Board of Trade meets In the hos ,-<t
rman. City Hall, sa follows: Third Friday of each month; quarterly mec^iny
on Ihe third Friday or February. May.
August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on the third Krldsv of
Pebruary. C. H. Stuart Wade, secre-
Hasgage Delivered Promptly te
any part of tbs city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Pigs and a Palace.
King   Charles   of   Roumanla   made
_,i'.n"-i'',���-.,��� u.-.-larinp ''ei .I'v.i.'.ip. I'lie ' t'-a i-.-: > c ...upa,: ���. ,.. *i ���:��� '������ t*rate i, ,��� 1,:, :;,**,..,, ]���,���,.' al n, r :;1.! many chnnges In his Balkan kingdom
ii n 1 iv nc t'anada and last ad-1 insUll the plant if the patrons of the Ingham with the great statesman and ��'���"'�� *-- arrived tbere In 1800 after an
d-resa iii Canada   ' | factory wisii  it and  will    guarantee nis pet grandson, "Little Joa" Np one ndTonturons Journey In disguise from
A tourist must declare his birth-' enough milk. Manager Mcintosh is looking at Austen Chamberlain, as he j Germany. Notable among them lire
nlace citizenship occupation and pro-1 of tlle opinion that enough milk will sils side by side with Homir Law upon , tbe changes In the capital aud the
nosed length of visit. Particulars mast i 1:<' available. All the country about the front opposition bench in the house roynl palac-j. When he made his trl-
���he riven where lhe family is accom- Beazer, Mountain View, Boundary "f commons would believe him to he | umphal entry as the country's new
i-nvinc creek, Leavlit. and all the way to the  filly years of nge.   He walks and looks   prince the carriage  reached  a  house
Passengers in sleeping coaches mountains Is going In extensively for and talks like a man of forty. But,
���uRsini. the border at night need not cattle. Buildings are being erected then, his father, even down tot he faio-
I.e disturbed Before retiring thev and milk cows sheltered during the ful ''une of 1806, had all the air of a
fill out the information blank, winter. Kast of Cardston in lhe wheat uianoialleastten.vearshisjunior.lt
er Ui the sleep    country, there is a marked  trend   to-  Is   the  way  of  the  family.     Tlie son
sign It and turn lt ov
The latter  Is  ri
ward dairying and all that prevents
60, like lie  ful her at  60, has not
mdr��fTto0slgn each   form"to'the Bf-lsreal many going in extensively right the smallest  dififculty  In  keeping In
net that  the    passenger   described |now 'H. -*-* 1:i(;k *>- capital ami tight- ",sv position the distinguishing mon
above  occupies  a  berth   and   appears
to be physically and mentally fit
The forms set  forth  that tlle immi-
���prnllon act provides a penalty nf arrest
eind a fine not exceeding $500 for misrepresentation or for giving falBe information.
before which a guard of honor wns
stationed. "Whnt house is that?" lie
asked. "That is the pnlnce," replied
General Goleski. The prince, thinking he bnd misunderstood him. snld.
"Whero Is the palace?" And the general was so embarrassed that hu could
only point silently to tbe one storied
building. Tbe principal feature of tbe
view from the windows on one side
ness of money
A Good Dividend. The Weight of a Name.
The Chardston Creamery Co. will this]    " ���* ol"'n a fateful thing In British
year declare a good dividend, and Its  politics to possess a distinguished fa-j was a gypsy encampment, with swine
patrons  are  without  exception   satis- tPr  Ah ('  A   Vince. an intimate friend i ���wallowing  ln  tbe  main   rond   oefore
fled with the treatment accorded    to Hni' faithful ally of the Chamberlains,   ti���, aslacs*
them. j'-aj'B In an  appreciation,  "the advan-
noti ce
(Subject to change without notice)
Sunday schedule-Trains leave New Westminster at 6, 7. 7:110, S,
x ii) and H a.m., and every HO minutes    thereafter    until    8:30    p m.
Artir ��:IS0 service every 30 minutes   with   last  car  leaving   at   inld-
Week day schedule- Trains leave New Westminster at 5, 6:4B, 0,
(!:__, 6:80, 11:45, 7, 7:16, 7:30, 7:45 and 8 a.m., and every 20 minutes
until 4 p.m.. From 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. a 15 minute porvlee will he
given. After 8:30 p.m. a 30 minute Bervlce with last car at. midnight,
Saturday service -Early morning schedule the snme as on week-
da vs. but after 8 a.m., a 16 minute service will bo given until midnight.
��� Through traliiH for Chilliwack leave New, Westminster dally at
9:30 a.m. and 1:10, 3:35 and 5:45 p.m.. Trains leave Olillliwack dally
for return trip at fi:10 a.m. and It:30 a.m. and 1:10 and 6:46 p.m.
Dally Express service to Chllllwack from New Westminster at 9:60
a.m. nnd 3:35 p.m.
Snle, Deeda. Iliietnesa Letters, etc.; circular work specialist. All work strictly
confidential. II Barry, room 418 Weatmlnsler Trust Blk.   Phone 702.
eoiti-ioui.n. orant a mccoll. bar-
rlHtera, Solicitors, elo. 4(1 txirne Htreet.
New Westminster. O. K. Corbould. K.
C.    J. II. (Irani.    A. E   MeColl.
nt-liiw. Solicitor, etc. sollolior fur tin-
Hunk of Vancouver offices: Mer*
chants Hunk linlldlng, New WeMtnillis-
ter, lie. Telephono No. 1070. Cable
aililt'esN "Johnston," Code Western
I'll lull.
lleltnr, etc., Colllster Illock, corner Columbia aim McKensle slreets, New wsstmlnstsr, n.C. P. O. Hox IU. Telephone :i44.
side ��� Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster Trust Blk., Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C. Cable addres*
"Whltealde," Western Union. P. o
Drawer 800. Telephone ����. W. t.
Whiteside. K. Ci H. U Bdmonda, D,
J. STILWELI. CLtrTE. Barrlster-at-biw,
solicitor, eta: oorner Columbia an*
McKensle streets, New Weatmlnater,
B. C.   P. O. Baa 111.    Telephone   7IS.
Solicitor and Notary. Offices Hart
block, 28 Lores street. New Westminster, B. C
Barristers and Solicitors. SOS to IIS
Westminster Trust Block. O. E. Martin, *V. O. McQuarrie and Ueorge U
Cisaady. MONDAY, NOVEMEER 10, 1913.
AI'MII.niti;     BECOMES     Mold
Many Men Have Now Gone Into the
Exclusive I'riiiliiclliin of Huney���
Workera I,Ive Only u I'i-** MontliH
llut the yiiri'iii Survive Fur a
Numlier of Years��� Artificial Comb
;       llax Itcvolut Ionized I ml iml ry
Apiculture, as the science and practice of bec-keeplnK is called, has of
late years become a very profltablo
occupation. It may seem strange to
talk of a "bee farm," yet thero are
many such farms In this country, devoted almost exclusively to tho rearing of bees. There are two ways of
making a profit out of beea, either by
i**0 sale of tbe honey tbey produce,
or by the rearing and sale ot tbe
been   themaelves.
lu order to run a bee farm sue-
< I'Hf fully It Is necessary, of course, to
I eeume acquainted wltb the ways and
1 ablts of the beos themselvei. A hive
consists of a queen. drom.'B, and work- I
ern Only one i.iieen to a hive; she
wlll brook no rival, her rule must be
absolute. Sbe takes her consort from
i uiong tbe dronea. and produces both
drones and workers. At tbe end of
tin busy season the drones are either
I'lli'd or torned out to perish as use-
less eocumberances. An average hive
contains about 2f,,000, a large one as
many as 50,000. Five thousand bees
weigh about a pound when they are
charged with boney. Tbe weight ot.
-starved bees Is hardly perceptible. It
aomelimes happens, In dispatching
them by rail for a journey of several
days, they wlll arrive at their destination either dead or lo a very poor
condition. This Is due to rarelet>sno8S
or Ineiperlence. ln buying bees by
weight from any distance, allowance
should always bo made for deterioration In transit, as lhey consume
tin l, own boney.
A farm may. of comae, consist of
any number of hiver. A queen Is
ready for fertilization from three lo
Ore daya after birth. Tbe worker be a
live only two or three months, but
tb ��� queens wlll eslst for several years.
If a queen should die permatureiy, or
be lost on le.wlng the hive, which
BOmetlmes happenn, the colony Insist
upon having another queen, and set
about nourishing the brood left be-
hlMl. If more ihen one queen Is
raised, then there Is trouble among
the royal heirs, and tbey hght among
themselves till all but one are exterminated.
At one time bees made their own
Combs; now they are r veil ti.at trou-
til<\ for   he combs are made for them.
Engliih    Hat   Received   Com.   Severe
Jolle In the Philippine!.
Baby tuik l.i n highly developed language coui|iureil t�� the jsrgou American housewives talk tu tbelr l*'ill|ilno
Imuse boys,   lint It usually conveys the
meaning when scoompsolod by expressive gestures.    At best,  however, tlio
performance of the command speaks
well for native Instolt-oo,
Spanish   construction   of   English
words ls another twist Unit our poor
language gets In tbe Philippines. ".No
got" In the Island Is llie most common- I
ly used expression for "I haven't any."
Similarly "no can ile" menus "I Clint."
nud "no wnnt" means "1 don't wnnt
I It."   Not only between American und ,
; Filipino,  but uinong  Americans themselves,   this  twisted   construction   bus I
largely supplanted the legitimate one.   '
With the soldier anything that belonged peculiarly to the Philippines
was described ns "bamboo." Now all
coloulals use tbe lerm. Thc "bamboo
fleet" Is the one assigned to Philippine
waters, nnd the "bamboo government"
Is the Philippine civil government In
distinction from the United States military.
Among other "solillerlsms" (If I mny
bc permitted tills contribution to the
new langungei were certain pure Malay words. The list Is continually
growing, and now tliere are dozens of
TiiKslog nnd Moro expressions In constant use among tbe Americans. For
example, tbere are tbe Tagalog words
"bngulo," meaning "storm;" corabao,"
meaning an animal; "puhiy." meaning
"rice." sml "tiio," meaning "man"
Moro terms In common use nre
"amok." niennliig "wild;" "dato."
meiinlng "chief;" "krls," meaning a
wavy edged knife, nnd "sarong," meaning a gnruii-ui -Ilevlew of Itevlews.
Grenfell's Work To Be
Put On Better Basis
Good Manner* at Telephone.
Among bulb woman uud meu tele-
plume milliners are bail. We make
little effort, lu fin t, to be courteous
over ihe telephone.
"Hello���Who is tills;" Is tiie Insistent
call that conies over our wire duy after
dny.    The courteous thing to say, of
course,  is  this:  "Hello���ls  this  711
Main."  and If un uttl ruin tlve answer
is given: "This Is Mrs. lliunk.    Is Mrs.
Brown nt bome?"
St. Johns, Nflil., Nov. '.i.    Dr. (iren-
feii, tbs well known medical mission
ary, who Is doing such a splendid work
in Newfoundland on Labrador, reached
St. John'*, early in Octoher. utter having spent the summer inlhe north,
and met a large gathering of representative citizens at tiie government
bouse iii st. John's before his report-
ure for America, where lie will spend
Ihe next eight months in lecturing,
and wbere lie will officiate as best
man to KranciB Howe Sayre, who is to
marry Miss JSSSiS Wilson, daughter of
President Wilson, of lhe United States, at Washington, on November -'<���
The purpoee of the  meeting at Ht.
! John's which, by the kind permission
Oovernor Walter K
The method of most women���of call-   Of his excellency, Oovernor Walter K
ig the number they want on thc tele-   Davidson, was held In tbe ballroom 0
... ....... ...,i���i��� Am���,������Una ihe Ithe   viceregal   mansion   with   hls   ex
Ing   llie   11 IIIH Uf I    lill-;    nn...  ���,.   . -_-.-.     .
pbune and then rudely demanding tbe :tl>��  viceregal   mansion   with   his  ex
name of the owner of the voice that   ����"_2��! '" the chair, wub to form
.���   .     i   _._.<���.���.  ..e nn n.   IQr*n��*H   Assoclaton   for     .Newfound-
answers tbem-ls remlnls-ent of sn ex- L��J g co.operatH wllh those already
perlence business men sometimes have. , rormort ln Kngland. Canada and Atner-
consulting wltb a :-ca -l)T the pUrp0se of creating what
He i would   be   a   thoroughly   International
One busy mau was;	
v��-ry Important business associate.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gave word to the offli-e boy that be on Iorganization for controlling, systems-
"" ������"mni could be disturbed.   A man   Using and making the best use of the
no account could be disturbed,
called to sec blm and beard tbe ofllce
boy's statement that Mr. X. was engaged. The caller waited tlve minutes
snd Uien, seeing uo chanco of gaining
an interview In the nenr future, went
to the switchboard, connected himself
with the office of tbe man be wanted
to see and had his conversation over
tbe telephone.
Tho office boy. overcome with unac
customed   timidity   nt   the '
resources  provided   by   the   unceasing
activity of this eminent philanthropist.
The proposal Is that Ihe various associations shall be bound together under a common deed of incorporation.
| bo that there shall be a council if dl-
] rectlon representing all.   One proposal
| was  that  this central  control or authority  Bhould   bear  the  name  ofthe
International  Labrador  Medical    Mls-
���     sion,   but  Oovernor    Davidson    very
visitor's  strongly advocated tbat it Bhould bear
timidity    ni   me    nnuui , ���., ���
,   _��.,,,   sat quietly by and thought of jthe name of the founder, as this would
thc scolding be would receive present- imore readily convey to everybody Just
. I what the organization stands for.   He
Helves just what the nature and extent of the work Is. The Canadian
government has given generous contri
biitiniiB toward his reindeer experiment; Karl (Jrey, when governor general of the Dominion, visited his station at Ht, Anthony, and It Is expect
cd that the Duke of Connaught will
make  a   vlBlt  there  next  summer  as
part of a tour of Newfoundland) which
he has promised to embark upon.
A further evidence of the splendid
character of Dr. Grenfell's undertakings Is afforded by the fact that It has j
won such widespread recognition both
in the United States and Canada, and
that wealthy men of both countries
have given so generously towards the
maintenance and operating of Ills hospitals and olher similar services.
Mystery of the Whltet.
There are about 3,500 white people
on I-abrador who live there the whole |
year round and about half as many Ls-!
klmo, virtually the whole of whom are;
Christianized, and who live on the Atlantic   seaboard.     The   Orenfcll   hospitals  and   missions   minister  to  the
former  and  the   Moravian    brethren
have fitted stations and a hospital for
the care of the latter, while an Anglican mission has recently been established among the heathen Eskimo in
Ungava  Bay with a clergyman from
the diocese of Newfoundland as a volunteer worker among them.
Dr. Orenfell says that he does not
know how the whites got there, but
he does know that they prefer to remain there to going elsewhere. Some
of them have gone forth into the
world of houses and stucco and have
sighed for the bare rocks which were
wild red cur- cost  to  tb*  government ln  1911   was
aromatic 0��-1$480,788.38.   Tliis Is Just for the board
cultivated   va-    ,  . ..,, ..     .     ,     ,.       _,
'of Insane public patients In the asylums, and does not Include the reformatory or industrial schools.
Lose to Province.
"It la not my purpose to criticise
this farming out method of treating
the insane, except to remark on Its
economy. At the same tlmo is it
not eliminating the cost of tho maintenance of the insane. Whether thia
method is conducive to scientific study
iand Investigation and progress In tho
matter of tiie prevention of Insan-
! Ity Is open for Judgment. In the
, Prilled tSates the cost of caring for
Ithe Insane Is more than $162,000,000
| yearly.
"The loss In the labor of these In-
isane  patients  to the  province  Is between   $4,000,000   and     $5,000,000.     I
I think that I have   shown ti.    Import-
' ance of the question of insanity and
the attention that It deserveB from a
financial outlook, more so because it
Is Inevitable that the    amount    will
reach huge proportions in the course of
a very short period of time, especially
If we consider the number of the Insane and their expense In the whole
Dominion of Canada.
"There   is  absolutely   no   plaee  or
institution ln this province where an
  insane person can be accommodated.
Esstern Province's Trestment of Wesk I "j .,'��  ""W   when   the  unforunate  in-
I dividual  shows sufficient progress of
blueberries, blackberries
rants, having a pungenl
-.or, unequalled by thn
rletles;    marsh   lurries,     raspberries,
with a flavor-dike some rare perfume,
anil having Jusl a  faint suggestion of
WintergMeni squash berries, pear berries and curlew   berries, the later not
so grateful as the others, but a prime
favorite with the Kskimos, who prefer
Utem lo almost any other; and lastly,
the typical Labrador fruit    which, ex-j
ceptlng a few Mattering plants In Can-1
and* and New fuiiiidliind, is found nowhere   else   outside   this   peninsula -
the gorgeous hake-apple.    These cover
the   entire   coast   from   the   St.   Lawrence to Ungava.    Their beautiful, ger-
Hiilum-llke   leaves   struggle   with   the
reindeer moss upon  the Islands, carpet alike the low valleys and highest
.lilltops and even peep from the banks
| of everlasting snow.    Only one berry
grows  upon each  plant, but this one
I makes a most delicious mouthful. It Is
the size and form of a raspberry, but
the  color is a  bright  crimson   when
half  ripe and a golden  yellow  when
matured.    Its taste Is sweetly acid.
West Indian Boys Can Otl All ef Them
Thsy Want.
When n West Indian boy wants a
toy boat all he hos to do ls lo visit n
cocoanut tree. These trees bear grent
bunches of nuts among tbelr drooping
green leaves, nnd when the bunch
llrst sprouts OUt In tbe form of �� big
bud It is Inclosed within s hard.
lough, woody cuse or sputhe two or
three feet lung, eight or ten Inches
in diameter nud tapering to a point at
one end snd to a slender stern at the
other. In fact. It looks very much
like n huge Wooden cigar.
As the buds und flowers develop tbe
1 ly  from  hls employer.    He  was  not i ���������-r~,m'.\".  ,.    ,.      . ,,���
; !, ...      1,       _  , ., ���..   also held that Dr. Grenfells name is
j disappointed.     The   employer,   right-   a9BOclat(:(i with 90 many humane and
; eously angry ot tbe boy for connecting 1 philanthropic undertakings that it will
blm wltb nny telephone cnll. would lis- >,he a pilv lf h|8 nam(, were |ost ln a
��� ten to no explanations,  nnd  tbe boy   longer and more difficult name, which
: had to suffer for tbe man's rudeness,     would   not   make  clear  to  the   world
A good way to greet the Insistent de- |'he character of the work that it real-
mand on the other end of tbe wire ns  ly stands fo..   This suggestion of the
to wbo vou are Is to sav. "This Is No.   governor was very favorably received,
' whatever your number may !anli *- i8 altogether probable that the
Minded Leaves Much to Be
Montreal, Nov. 9.���The province of
Quebec has no Institution where persons mentally deranged can be admit
the disease that he may be legally
declared Insane and committed to an
asylum, where from the large number of patients and tbe small staff of
physicians supplied investigation ls
absolutely out ofthe question. It is
iust as if a typhoid patient could not
be taken to a hospital until be had a
hemorrhage.    It  is  obvious  that the
The process Is ver.   Interesting. Bees- I apatbe   splits   open,   and   lbe
wax  Is melted  In a  metal receptacle ; ,���������.*., .onlinues to grow out beyoud It
and kept hot. Immediately above tbls, |  un|11 tlie ������,,, ,,���,.������ to -,,���.���.   Uy ,hta
suspended from thc ce    ng. Is a con- i   ,        , _     .        , . ,
-      *"     "   "". 1 time the spathes have become dry and
und   break   olT nnd  drop to  the
trlvance like   a   wooden   comb,   the
teeth  belnr strips of  wooden board, i 	
The latter are ruunged three or lour I ground of their own accord.
limes   Into   the   motion   was,   whlc-.. i      It   Is  the spstbes or bud  coverings
lien   It  sets,   can   be   pet-led  off    In j thnt tbe West Indian boys use for toy
��� ' e.-t��.     Having   become   itlfT,   It   is I  |���,,���s   ,������i,  wtitto the dry  uud  fallen
dipped  in  warm  water   lo   make   It j ,vl|,   ���������������,   beUer   !��������,,   ure
limp,  and   then   passed   between   two .*__._ ., _    a ... i     ...* ..-->
rollers,   which   stamp  It   wltb ;  ****^* fr",n >"e mor* fl"1,,le u0(1 ���*!*
metal ^^^^^^^^^^
tbe pattern which the bees work upon
and draw out, thus forming the cells
I arget a id thicker sheets are requlr- '
ed for tin- breeding frnnns than for
tba  boney  frames.     '1 he  wai  sheets
are Htted in the * Ivob Tor the bees to I
** ork   upon.     It  says mm h  fo    lhelr
Intelligence that tliey readily accept-
ed thil substitute for tbeir own handl-
V  rk
lf lhere should b- more than one j
queen In a nlvs one of the gut-ens wlll
isave It with a following.  They will
"���Buarm"   upon   a   neighboring   tree,
and mum be hived. Tina letometlme*
a   ticklish   Job.    Thu   Btraw  arrange-
menl  railed a   "akep" must be tuken ;
up   the   tree   nnd   held   beneath    Ihe
branch    upon    which    the    bees    are
BWarmlng mni tbe Tatter shaken luto
It.   They  must then bc thrown down
in trnnt  ct the hive, when they will
crawl Inside,   (.loves und a veil mav
be used while handlli". bees, although
those engaged on a bee farm  rarely
use  cither.      Hither  they  are   proof
against stings, or the bees are used
i . tbem and do not sting.   A bee does !
no', sting unless ll Is attarkei. or annoyed.       Had   or   careless   handling
mlcht bc rewarded with a few stings,
Swarming Is principally for breeding, and should be prevented as much
as poislblo In the Interests of honey
���production.  The prices of bees differ
according to  tbo  time  of  the  year.
J."or Instance, In May and June r. 1.1-
jrurlun queen would cost about f 2; In
July a trifle less, in AUgu..t and September  less  still,   will!"  In  October
-and November she m'-?h. be got for
Jl.liO.   Home-bred queens are cheap-
ri    nnd rould  '.��<  bad for 75 cen
A   Llgurian  swarm,  queen Included,
-would cost close on $10.
ll Is curious to note the different
���shades of wax, wblcb Is caused by the
different nationality ot the bees.   Indirectly is the result of the different
I inds of  flora.   The blossom  which
renders moat honey Is white clover.
���Others are apple, p^-cr, cherry, raspberry, whltehorn, sainfoin, lime and
-Juickwlieat. When the bees light upon
a ."utch ot favorite flowers tbey work
steadfastly at It until they have exhausted tbe supply ot boney.    They
nuke straight for It from their hives
tn a true bee-line. The neighborhood
wblch Is best adapted for   bees   Is
-where there   are   aeveral   hinds   of
lioney-producing plants   or   trees so
that when one goes off snother conies
on.   Some places bave only one or
two kinds,  so   tbat  tbe aupply  ot
honey Is limited.
The two disease wblch most affect
 _,_._-[   fn���l   t-trnnd.
still clinging tu  Hie
ly  green spstbe
flower ^^^^^^H
The spathe as gathered from tbe tree
Is almost lu the shape of a bout, snd
all that is nsceasary to transform it to
a very seaworthy and fust sailing toy
canoe Is to sew tbe open end together
uiul Ht rudder, sail und seats ur
tb waits.
When this Is done the boat Is nltwxt
an exact model of the big dugout en-
noes that lbs boya' fathers use In fish
ing In fact, these dugouts were probably copied from one of the tree grown
bouts ��� Krom "Unrper'a Uook
Young Naturalists."
11." or  whatever  your
bc.   Maids should lie taught to answer
the telephone iu this same wny.
Or they may say. "This is Mrs.
Hrown's residence." Rut it Is better
not to give your name over the phone
until you know who hns called yi-ln
np. The person who bus culled you
has taken upon herself lhe responsibility of giving her name first
The telephone Invitation Is no usual
today tbat tliere Is S.n use preaching
against It.   And Indeed It Is in no wsy
harmful.    It  saves Ume,  trouble and
l worry, and when It is given carefully
\ nnd as carefully answered It Is In cv-
'. ery way good.
llut somehow we do not regard tele-
: phoned Invitations with the same rev-
* erenee   we   bestow   on   other   Invltn- I
Uous.    Kew of us would fail to keep j
au engagement  which  hnd been sug- ,
gested to us by means of au engraved
invitation.     I'ew of  us would neglect
n written Invitation.
But many of ns will say nt the last
minute.   If   we  ore  too   tired   to   feel
enthusiastic ^liont some social gathering to which we have beon bidden by
"Well, she got me on  the
International Orenfell Association"
will be the designation decided upon.
The Doctors' Work.
In his address Dr. Orenfell gave an
Interesting summary of the work done
In the colony and on Labrador. He
said that a hospital was maintained
at St. Anthony at a cost of about $25,-
000 a year, to which the colonial government granted $1,500 annually and
thought this would be Increased if
properly put to the cabinet.   From the
where  study of their cases  may  be
..-,   _ .    _i _ ._       ,     1 made, according to the statement yes-
their homes, amongst which they play- ..,.,���      , ,
ed, and where the lived a life w-hich terday of Dr. Colin K. Rusel. neurolo-
w-aa absolutely free from the tax col-1 gist, at McOill university. Dr. Hussel
lector. Not a great deal was known | was addressing the social service de-
of these people before the Deep Sea I partment of the Charity Organization
mission went to the coast. Tbe men ! society
Ashed in the summer and hunted In
the winter; the women, in their absence, lived ln the little bits of hutB
which the men had built; they caught
diseases .and If nature was kind, they
lived; if otherwise, they died. Practically the only persons of their own
class whom the doctors engaged in
tbis task of hardship and self-denial
meet are occasional summer tourists
who visit Labrador. Dr. Orenfell, however, is enthusiastic over the holiday
emit,   u�� uiuu,   u-��-.-._,--.   ���
ted to receive scientific treatment or attempt to cope with the question of
We have in the asylums of this
province 4,040 persons," said Dr. Rus-
sel, "and the cost to the government
yearly In $460,738.36. Let us look at
this question for its importance in the
way of dollars and cents. In the province of Quebec alone the care of the
insane   ls  under   somewhat   peculiar
Insanity will need the outlay of money,
but I think that we must all agree
that such an outlay would not only be
Justified, but absolute good business.
What Montreal Needs.
"What we need in Montreal." said
the speaker, "is a hospital for tbe
borderland cases���those cases of Incipient insanity. It should be connected with one of the big general
hospitals and admission to its wards
should be readily accessible. In such
a hospital as suggested, dellriouacases
and cocaine and morphine users could
receive treatment without tlie need of
legal    commitment.     This     hospital
conditions, being let out to corporate I	
bodies, religious or otherwise, who are  could also be in intimate association
paid so much per head by the govern-1 with  a  teaching  institution  so    that
 .ment for the  public patients.    They jthe student could familiarize himself
attractions of this little-visited land, are permitted also to care for private witb tbese types of diseases, the
There is good geese and duck shoot- patients and to collect from them I means of prevention and methods of
ing, fine salmon fishing, and as for * what fees are thought proper, but of 1 treatment. Such an hospital could
the Bcenery. he declares t'.iat the this no accounting Is made to the gov-ibe in close working association with
fiords "simply knock Norway out com- j ernment. Ithe ay-slums on the one hand and the
pletely." j    "U has, therefore, been  I r. possible I pollce and recorder's court
In spite of the lattllude and the Arctic  for me to get actual figures as to thej other."
first of January to the end of Septem  	
iirai oi ���*******' there had been 1   In spite ot me laiiuuae ana me Arcnc  ior me io get. aciuai n_m�� ��= �������� ���*���"-= i--
&n*&'23��*ruft mT"toP* owwmt.  Labrador,  that almost unln-1 number of Insane patients ln the proy-
tients" treafe^1 there, and one su?g��n | habitable strip of territory which lies lnce. nor the actual    cost   ot   their |
land generally two nurses, with some
on    th*
to  the  northeast  of    British    North   maintenance.   One can ascertain what I
Lonsdale Defeat WlUilano.
       The North Vancouver team defeat-
i .��  .    .,_. nn  dutv   while ol late 1 f-j-wraa, i�� me "��"������- -.. mmu .oat is. the provincial governmtsnv mum gri. Kit��lli_no on Saturdav in the third
vear" an eye an." earVeUUst��!���d a  delicious  in   the  berry  worid.     Even .annual, to those corporate bodies but ^J^p ^0^1/one goaTbt
I    .? . 1,.?,.-. Zln their services    as  the outlying islands furnish the curlew   as it ls a recognized fact thai this is ��W""" "*�� '      SJj   '    ull   was
dentist have given tbeir services .^ an-dbake-apple ln profusion; and   not enough to pay them for the care I ing   reglatered.      ine   resun*.   *m*xs
well ' -       ***************************
while of late j America, is the home of much that ls  the provincial government has to pay I
1 delicious  in  the berry  world.    Even  annualy to those corporate bodies but *
[the outlying islands furnish the curlew ��� as it is a recognized fact that this li
profusion; and  not enough to pay them for the carti-���=   --= ~ ...   1
September and of these public paUents, they are per-1 doubt up to the last minute ot play.
.     _..    .   ,i.nn..   .i.n   there is    an   upon the mainland in September and  of these public paUents. tbey are per- \*__T ,"*:"..   ,_���,,,��   ni.vyd   throuah
At St.  A��'h,0.'' .^i-Cchl-m   psrtof Octobera vorltableleistawalt.n.itled In comPeMation to receive andlgood   football   being   played   Uirougb
��ofPn,enaandWwomVt;^who die^aloSg that  one.   There are three varieties of the ' care for private patient,.   The   total \ out
roast. This orphanage started when
five children, left by a man and woman who were buried by the doctor had
to be cared for, and this task was undertaken. Last year he viBlted one
of these children who grew up In the
orphanage, and who
married to a lawyer
Ib comfortably
in Buffalo. The
been speclal-
phone: I'll Just telephone her nnd tell Iorphanage has In a way
her  I   cannot  conic  and  sbe  can  geljly   provided   for.    The   two  ladies   In
some one else on tbe phone." j charge are volunteers and  thoy  now
Of   course   11   telephoned   Invitation I handle   forty   children,   who  are  edu-
deserves  Jnst   ns   i.mcli   consideration Icsted and trained  to go    out as ser-
HH one engraved 011 gold or a  formal I vants.   and   also   marry  or are   taken
���^���^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B- jlnto the employ oftlie mission.
Reindeer   Herd.
At   St.   Anthony,   too,   Dr.   Orenfell
has his herd of reindeer, now nearlng
cotne  and  she  can  getlly
elepnoneo   Invitation j handle   forty     ^^^^^
lotieb   consideration I csted and trained  to go
engraved ou gold or a formuli; "*"*  "''"' ""*���**���*' o
summons from a king.
I-etter writluc-love letter wrlting-
Intn degenerated Into a despised necessity "to be made ui-e of when one is
without the zone, tlther geogrnphlciiPi
lot-si or j
from I
numbered with thy saints;" so It runs
And so when manuscript copies gnve
place to printed books was It rendered
In the medieval Latin then In use. "nu-
mernri"���"to be numbered." as we suy j
In   Kngiish.    Trans|iose Ihe flrst
third letters and you get "muuernri."
"to be rewarded." which Is tfbat ull
prayer books would be printing today
and congregations staging were tt not
ror   tbat   fifteenth   century   primer's
error.-l.ondou Tutler.
a  thousand,  having  increased
three hundred In six years, but In his
judgment, while much has been done,
requires   more   financial     strength
Is In sight at present to accom-
what the resources of the UnlVed
  were  available  to accomplish
ed scented note  written on pins |,n-, "���  Alaska, namely,  to  increase    the
per snd lllled with pressed forgetme i herds and maintain the strength and
nota and heartsease. virility of the stock so as to make it a
......   .   I., ..,��� ,.__.__.  ,���  1. ..,.   complete success.   In Alaska the rein-
And the maidenly heart too. Is stir-        r*lg lnter|or     be
red more quickly by the thought that ��� ^^ted and *eople ,��� be brought up
,ii���|   somebody eared enough abont her to.who can uke care of the .nimaU Dr
spend t-"i on a telephone call from the orenfell only  gets enough with  tht
ends of the world than lt Is by the " -     ���-���-�����  ��.��  ,h,
sight of 0 pile of letters.
There Is no use bewailing this snd
state of affaire. Doubtless Cupid run
bnlntice on s wire as well ss be eau
hide In a scented envelope.
bees are dysentory and foul brood
Ot enemies tbey have many. The wax
motb, wbo lays eggs In the hives aud
demolishes wax, pollen, and brood;
wssps, who take advantage of their
superiority ot strength and activity;
nilce, wbo eat wax s#d honey; spiders,
who catcb bees In their webs; birds,
wbo eat bees, particularly tbe blue
tit, who in winter settles upon tbe
entrance board ot tbe blve and tsps
wltb bis beak; this bring lbe bee to
the entrance, and tbe bird promptly
snaps It up. Rals wtll also eat stores,
and toads In tbe windy weather wlll
wait near the hives for returning
, bees, od the chancy of their being
I lown to the ground, wben Mr. Toad
eoon gobbles thou up.
Murdered st Tslkwa.
I'rlnce Ilupert,   Nov.   9ft���Clarence
Wrong Hunch, Ne Lunch.
"Here, niy boy." said hls new employer, "take this quarter snd go out
snd get three bam sandwiches."
Tbe Iray vanished snd did uot return
for half an hour.
"See here. Where hsve you been
loitering," demanded tbe boee, "and
wbere are my sandwiches?"
"Selssorsl" gasped tbe boy. "I
thought they were for mer* ��� New
York World.
"Aren't you having your dsugbter
tsugbt to play or slngV"
"No." replied Mrs. Kllmgllt "I have
decided tbat she shall hsve no sccom-
pllsbmenu whatever. Instead of striving for spprovsl I want ber to bave
the superior pose tbst ensblss ber to
observe the efforts of others wltb tolerant Interest"- Wsshlngton Star.
Quits Nstursl.
Luncheon Etiquette.
It Is correct when serving s luncheon to nse either a tablecloth or tn
serve the meal on s polished table em
lielllshed ^^^^^
centerpiece snd dollies. ^^^B
At s luncheon given eteliwlvely tn
Indies the hostess leads the way tn the
dining room, while st s mixed lunch
eon���thnt Is, s luncheon cfimpoecd ef
nn equal  number of gentlemen ami
Indies���the host leads the wny tn lhe
dining room with the most distinguish
ed lady guest or lady for whom the
luncheon Is given on his snn. nnd l��
followed hy the guests tn couples nnd.
Isst of all. the hostess with the gentleman wbn Is to sit on her right   The
Isdy on the hostess' right should lie
served flrat nnd then the guests ns they
sit. first s lady snd then e gentleman.
The servant st the door Indicates the
dressing rooms  for both  ladle* snd
gentlemen.   The Isdles Isy sslds their
bnt keep nn their hats.
small grants provided by the Canadian government to pay herders and
is now after a place where there will
be a proper opportunity to enlarge the
field ot work and In order to further
this influential parties In New York
are forming a company on a commercial basis.
The sphere ot operations of the mission 13 even larger on I-abrador.   At
Battl"   Harbor.  Is  a  hospital,  whicb
icost-* abcut F6.000 a year. Two doctors
with foar nurses
"Of course," snld the tourist "yon! wrap*, bnt keep nn meir ��������.    ....
 " -*-��� *** ����ndotee for sank*.' hostess swnlts her guests In tbe drew*
know sll sbout the sntldote* for Banks
"Certainly," replied tbe explorer.
"Well, when a anske bit** you
what's th* thing yon dor
"Tell."-Pbllsdelpbla Trees.
The New Mother.
"Wben you kissed your weeping
mother gondby and went out Into the
world to make your fortune I presume
her test tearful injunction was for yon
to be goodf
���owell wss murdered st Teikwa on
Tuesday  afternoon^ �����  *-*",..,��� tmprli0nm,nt,
John McDonald's ranch 1'"" "?�����
"No. make good.1* Jr
-1-1.4 .. *i U...I
Qullty of Murder.
Atoka. Okla., Nov. 9.���W. A. Borah,
a wealthy merchant, was found guilty
with   Isce  or  embroidered and twn assistants
are maiitalned there.   At Indian Harbor, midway up the   coast   towarda
Hudson Strait, and at the'mouth ot
Hamilton Inlet, a might fiord whieh
Is the boundary between the soutBVm
and northern   sections, ls a hospital
which costs about $4,000 a year with
a doctor, an assistant and two nurses.
The medical men at tbese hospitals
are volunteers, and a good deal of the |
specialist aid Is also obtatnsd In the'
summer.   Bach hospltsl hsa a motor
boat an excellent one at that, and
there Is also a splendid motor yawl,
the "Yale," given to Dr. Orenfell by
Yale university, which assists In paying the coet of ber maintenance by
carrying the malls tor the Newfoundland government to the Ashing   tad
trading posts In Hamlltosf Inlet
Llvee Down Prejudice.
Dr. Orenfell, tn tbe twenty years be
bas been carrying on his work In Labrador and  Newfoundland, bas succeeded tn living down almost entirely
the prejudice againat suoh an under,
taking which first existed, aad th*
crtlclsm to which Is waa snbjeeted In
later yean.   When be first appeared
on the coast he was subjected to somewhat tbe same sort of treatment ae
tbe Salvation Army when It first took
shape, but gradually a better spprecU-.
tlon ot the self-sacrifice which   the]
mission entailed came to be shown by*
the people ot our country and now
There is a man who makes shoes for children���
and tells them to stores all over Canada
But he is only just learning how people "
It wu this wav: Hit wife���let ua call her Mrs.
Brown���'phoned to him and aaked him to bay tome
underwear for little Brown.
Picture Brown now among the throng of mothers at
the "Children's Underwear" counter. He asks for
Underwear for a child of six. He looks it over helplessly. What on earth does he know about Childrenra
Underwear? Por lack of anything better to ssy be
asks: "Is this good quality?*' tne answer is short
and quite conclusive: "It's BlankV��� naming e weB-
advertised line. That short word says everything.
Brown pays his money and goes home* quite satisfied
with his        *  ^^^^^^^^^^���^���i
lug room, greets them oordlslly snd
Introduces one to snother. If tbls ts
necessary. As soon as all bave arrived
the waitress or butler steps to the
drawing room door and snnouncss thst
hncheon Is served.
It Is unnecessary to wait mor* tbsn
fifteen minutes for a guest who Is III
bred or unfortunate enough to be late,
for It Is not fslr either to the hostess
or tbe otber guests to let the meet
Sll fnr the sake of one thoughtless
Ivtdusl.      .
last night of murdering his wife and
their daughter.   He was sentenced to
Boston  by  Thugs.
Winnipeg, Nov. 9.���Thomas Annder-
son, a stronger iu the olty, registered
at the Strathcona hotel, was found
terribly beaten  up and unconscious doing,
oh  the Kildonan road, halt a mile   * "J
north ot tbls city yesterday.
me    |P0V'P1V    v.    mm.     .-. _
ther* ls scarcely a sealing <r*w wash
year that doesnf Uke ug �� collection
on behalf of the work et tit* mission,
whli* he also receive* contributions
from other sources, and   clergymen
and others are ready to testify stroagty I
In behalf of the work he haa hen
doing. Some of th* leading public m��n|
of BrtMItt and America hav* visit***
Labrador W order to see t*r thsm-
Now what bothers Brown���a manufacturer of shoes,
is-nngt How would k ****** t*m9_mikm* ol e ghMV
ghooo if *\m Nksag gaid "Tho/to Brewa's*?
Nobody knows Brown's dnes. Brown doesn't sdverttM*
The name Brown signifies nothing when eoed in eon*
sn wkh duUfctm'g ghees.*. Thoiigg��o--UHi fwgt eso'sB'tit
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���gave wish 10 wmstm poopav mi *>*f WH*m*
The sotat b-If
is ��MMn___ iM HV Malt ���_���������� ^^^" ����������� ���
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,    L ��� -   -       -
Fresh "Water ana Salt
Mm hridge by the 11. 0. B. U.. It
was stated thai these causes had cou-
'i i.ii'i! recently to several untoward
Var thc Week Ending Sunday, Nov. 9.
���Taking   Salt   Dog   Salmon   at   Ewen's
t      Conner**, ��� Raging Being Overhauled.
Tim three masted sohoojter .ii>*ti
Meyers of Japan. Is uofl lying In the
alough hi Ewon's cannery leading
salmon, sin* oame up rue, undei
tow last Tuesday. The port pilot,
Capt. i-'ord, was noi asked to handle
the vessel.
The .lap is loading sail dog salmon
for delivers In Japan. While In porl
here much of her rigging 1ms been
overhauled and new parte bent,
It is not vel known when the ves
Bel will clear.
\\ estmloster.
Sand Heads.
High.             LOW.
nigh. Low.
Time. lit. Time, Ht.
::   n in   r, 40
10:10 18.8    2:14   O.S
20 00  17:l.ri
19:0'. 10.G 1��:14 10._
I    12:08   ti lfi
11:08 18.6   -3:01    I.S
20 4 i 19:18
19:41    8.7 18:12   9.(1
6    12 86   6:f.5
11:56 13.3    3:50    8.9
22 :;:, 20 80
21:30    S.7 19:30    8.7
6    L3T.4S   8 00
12:43 13.0    4:44    1.0
23:42    8.2 20:16   7.6
7      ii* tu    i 00
13:21 12.7    5:44    6.1
14:20 22:26'
20:42    6.6
6     2:20   8:80
1:81    8.6    6:46   6.0
14:55 -3:l,r>
13:53 12.4 21:04    5.6
!i     6:48   9:80
2:45   9.2    7:47   6.7
16:20 23:M
14:21 12.2 21:25    4.7
Social and Personal
Harrison   Line  Pacing   Larger Stean
ers on Run to Cope With
Ju order lo cope with    the    heavy
freight shipments offering for    tran-
importation 'rom this coast to the United Kingdom, the Harrison Direct line, I
are  no��   operating on  the  Magellan!
route some of tlie largest carriers of
the fleet.    As a result of this depart-
ure many of the finest and newest or
the hlg craft flying the house flag of j
thc Harrison line are at  the presenl
moment  plying  the high  seas In  the
service to the I'acific, tlle latest addi-1
tlon being: the hig freighter Engineer,
which  is  now  loading cargo on    the
-Clyde.   With the fruit canning season I
at its height  In California and with i
huge shipments of (tanned salmon fil-1
taring in bythe ship load from North- j
ern Hritish Columbia, exports of these
products   are   exceptionally   heavy   at
this season of the year, and tlie Harrison line are getting a fair share of the
trade.    After the vessels of the fleet1
discharge here they ship large quantities of salmon and lumber, and  then
head for Ihe Golden (late to complete
with canned fruits.
First Large Shipment.
The first huge shipment was taken
out this year hy the liner Htinterman,
and she will be followed liy tlie new
liner Architect. The latter steamer is
now al Snn Francisco loading 116,000
cases of California canned fruits and
110.000 cases of canned salmon. Tart.
of her salmon cargo was taken here,
consigned to Liverpool.
Balfour.  GutSisie   ��o  ft,    hav.    bei :.
advised that the British steamer Engineer, which is taking the November1
sailing to this coasl In the si ri   ���
the Harrison line, is now on berth at
Glasgow, and will leave that port on
Saturday   for  Liverpool,   to   complete
with frieght Consigned to the north l'a i
The Engineer is a vessel of .".-���_
tons register, and is making her maiden trip inthe Harrison service to the
Pacific. Leaving the Mersey November 16, the Engineer will set out for
Victoria and other ports on tills coasl
liy way or the Magellan rout", aad ll
due to arrive here ahout tho middle *
Toledo Is Returning.
The big freighter Crown of Toled i
tfcbeduled to follow the Engineer In
the Bervlce, will depart fnj-rrt Antwerp
December 10, London December 12,
Liverpool, Deci mber 18, and Glasgow
December 22 She s malting her bcc
ond trip to \ * toi la tl ������ i ..* ,.:..
ly Intended I i send the
steami r Crown of Galic a, I .* : ial
vessel has not yel arrived back in
England from th * . -    *;.   was
ftfliBpatched in ballast on tl ������ long trip
to Newcai tie, and was reci n ��� de
port, d  ti Ki*' de Janeir
The next -.ess, i of the line to pul
in  an   appearance   here   will   i **   ������ ���
steami r Cro i n of   Vrragon, whlcl   Is
now nearlng San Frai * sco fra    n
gow      The   Arrai.* in     -    d lily   Ioi
for at the Golden Gate pi rt, and   I ould
take up lur 1" rl. h ire aboul   \ * i
ber 16     She, In turu.   s foil iwed by
the   Musician,     which    Is   Bti .*
down the Bouth Amerli as c . u rrom
R, A Stoney, member of the l'rovlncial Labor Commission, was home
for tbe woek end, leaving for Vic
torla  this  morning.
A Cinderella dance will bo given
In St. George's Ha'll on Thursday evening of this week. -Tho following
ladies have assented to be patronesses: Mrs. (1. I). Hrymiier, Mrs. (.!. E.
Corbould, Mrs. Charleson, Mrs. Meat-
ty, Mrs. Q. E. Martin and Mrs. P, J.
Among the guests at 'the Russell
nn Saturday were: Geo. K. Gllroy,
John A. Foley and VV, J.' Clarke, all
of Toronto, and 1!. D. Bell, of Kamloops. f
Yesterday's arrivals at the Uussell
were: ('. L. Turbayne anuVJ. L. Toye,
of Toronto, and W. M. Myers, of Syracuse. New Vork.
H. (). l'ark, of Toronto; <,'. R. Webster, of Sitrnas; N. Nlckson, of Fort
coiiuitlam. and R. Mann, 1&f Sumas,
were among the guests at the Dunsmuir on Satuhlay.
Mrs. H. I>. Smith and Mrs. Hobert
Baldwin, of Sullivanl B.C., are guests
at tho Windsor.
Among those who registered at the
Windsor on Saturday wero: Alex.
Criiicksbank, of Matsqui; H. Qulchon,
of l'ort Gulchon; V. If. Bennett, of
Toronlo: ('. It Prater, of Bellingham,
and G. D. Atchison, of Strawberry
V. Clements, of Edmonton, Is a
visitor  In  the city.
F. II. Cunnlngha_p, provincial Inspector or fisheries, now in Ottawa
on department matters, ls expected
home on Friday of.this week.
Or. Gall at One Time Had the Whole
of Europe In a Furore.
The tlrst public notice of the "Father
of Phrenology" appeared in Welliiud s
"Dutch Mercury" ou Aug. 14. 17'JS.
Gull was a practicing physician of
Vienna, und early in his career lie be-
enme u llrm believer ln tlio Idea that :
Hte talents nml disposition of men are
dependent upon the functions ot the
brain nml, furthermore, that they uuiy
be Inferred wltb perfect exactitude
anil precision frum the external appearances of the skull.
Gull wus un utile man.   Uo set forth
hls theory in u graphic, unctuous manner, und in a very brief period he hud
sll Europe ut the top notch of excitement.    The  Idea  spread  like wll,Hire,
and   In   all   grades  of  society   people *
wero  discussing  "Ihe  greatest of  ull
discoveries."    The new theory hud to I
meet   thu  customary  opposition   from
the custodians of truth and tbe preservers of morality, but the opposition '
only  Increased  the popularity of the ;
theory,  nud Gall's celebrity Increased
by   leaps  and   bounds.     Ilia  lectures
trere Interdicted! und be was threaten- i
ed with the direst penalties unless he ;
ceased  his "Immoral and  ntlielstlcal"
teachings,  but  be kept on  with  his
propaganda, visiting all tbe large towns
of Oeriuuny and the continent, und by
180!. all  of  Kurope was Interested  lu
tbe Vienna doctor.
In 1828. tbe year of Gull's death,
phrenology wus In vogue everywhere.
But after u grent nud glorious flood-
tide of popularity It begun to wane,
and today It is but seldom heard of.���
New Vork American.
In Fact Hs Had to Have It and For a
Very Good Reason.
Tody Hamilton hud uu cxperlnnce
with uu editor of a weekly paper in
Michigan when be was general press
representative with the Illinium &
Halley show that gave blm a new view
of lliinnce.
The big show wns billed to appear
at Owosso, Midi., umi tbo contract
agent with the No. 1 advertising cur
hnd fulled to come to terms with the
editor of U weekly ut u little junction
point twenty miles distant.. Hamilton
went to the little town, sought out the
editor nml prepared copy for u double
column advertisement.
"I'll give you $10 nml twenty tickets
for two weeks' service In your paper.
two columns, mostly cuts." said Hamilton to the editor.
"Oh. no, you won't! You'll give mo
$83 or the advertisement wont go."
replied the editor coolly.
"Sixty-three dollars! Great Scott!"
roared Hamilton. "That's more than
your infernal paper is worth. I never
give more thuu $10 and twenty tickets
for our stuff ln nny country weekly.
Mun, you're crasy, stark mad!"
* All efforts at persuasion fulled. The
editor remained obdurate It wus $11:1
or nothing Finally lu despair Hamilton exclaimed:
"Why do jou make It $03? You
might as well make It Jlti-i. It's Just
as unreasonable."
"I'll tell you, friend." replied the editor cnl-tnly. "I have u note coming
due shortly for Just that umount, und
you have got to pay tt"
Hamilton did. for he needed tbe nd
vertlslng In that particular weekly, nud
the editor knew It-New Vork Suu.
It Would Take 160,000 Sheets to Make
a Pile an Inch High.
Gold heating Is ono of the oldest
trades lu Birmingham, The work Is
done entirely by band. The leuf Is
hammered out In small homo workshops from twenty four curat gold, but
Is llrst seut to the rolling mills, Whence
it Is returned In long, thin ribbons
one anil u quarter Inches wide and a
thousandth part of un Inch In thickness. Then tt Is ready for the beater.
Thu rlbbou ls generally cut off Into
small 11-4 Inch squares, weighing
about six grains.
Tho thin square Is placed in the renter of a vegetable parchment pad, consisting of 100 sheets on top ami Hie
same number beneath.   This Is beaten
with u fourteen pound hammer, ami
the gold, when considerably reduced In
thickness, ls placed between leuves of
goldbeater's skin���skin prepared from
s tbtu but tough membrane found In
the large Intestine of the ox.
Eight hundred pieces of the hammered leaf nre arranged over each
other between leaves of tlie skin, the
whole being placed between parchment bunds and beuten for n couple of
hours with a seven pound hu miner
Then the SOO pieces nro cut up Into
8,200 pieces uiul ngaln beaten. When
the work Is done the leaf Is 160,000
part of an Inch iu thickness anil almost us light us air.���London Ideas.
(Continued trom rngo One )
Hon of tlle Metal Trades department
last week and was opposed by some of
ilhe leaders on the ground that It
would Involve lhe national unions lu
so  many  strikes  that   II   would   make
iheir work ineffective, Desired legislation win also he given much consideration,
All   llle  business of  tlle  convention
will he based on resolutions submitted
Ibgfore Thursday nighl.
I Opposition  to  Gompers.
i   Presldenl Gompers, although not un
avowed  caiidldalii for re-elect Inn, lias
announced that be win aooept another
term as president lf he Is elected,
There Is n strong undercurrent ot op
;position uiul it Is understood that a
pronounced effort will bo made lo de
feat hlm. John Mitchell, second vice-
president, has announced thai be will
nol accept iinothei  I  rm.
Tomorrow's morning's session will  ���
he given over to iiddresiieu of welcome
and Ihu appointment of routine i oin-
mlllceu. lu lhe sfternOOQ the delegates imd local labor organisations
will march  In  parade, led  by a land
of imi pieces. No meeting nr delegates
wuh held today, bul leaders ol tbs labor movement ocoupled the pulpits ur
several   Seattle   OburcheS,     Secretary
Frank Morrison or the Amerlead Federation or Labor, had charge ui the
Purity Sunday service at tin- Tabernacle iidp11st church tonight, addressing tbe congregation on "Labor and
i.ove," nnd James w. Kline, president or ilu- Blaoksmlths' Helpers'
union, spoke at the University Methodist church on ihe "chureh and tha
Labor Movement."
B.inan.-i   Peel   Kills   Hlm.
Aln rdeeii,   Nov.   II    .liilm   I'rui ������    a
1 Qulua.lt rancher, slipped on a banana
peel   in    ilo'iiilam   tins   morning   and
'iiii io nu- pavement, fracturing bis
skull.    Ile will die.
ROI riSKAU.���The funeral of the
late .lames Kousseau waa held yesterday afiernoon at 2 o'clock from the
family residence, 3*8 Sixth sctreet, to
Fraser cemetery; Deceased was 6H
years of age and for 36 years lived
here. The funeral -was private, Rev.
M. G Melvin officiating. The pall
xbearcii were J. S. Clute. T. w. Gray,
I). S. Curtis, O. B*tne; M. J. Phillips,
Wm.  Allan.        ' ** ���
PALMER���On Friday-afternoon the
death occurred In this city of Frederick  Arthur  Palmer, age 28 years,  Fu-
i. iii arrangements are    now   being
bj   Bowell's  undertaking  firm.
M..KTON-This ���.. riling at 9:30
ill. funeral service of the late Jos.
Marl n will "be held In Bowell's undertaking ihapel. Rev. Father Bessette v.lll have charge of the burial
.'������'��� and interment will be made
in the Roman Catholic cemetery.
Death occurred al Coqultlam. Delia-., d was a miner at Cumberland
and was -19 years of age.
They Are Not Only Disease Carrier!,
but Thieves as Well.
Almost unbelievable ure some of Hie
Ihings done by the rat-tlie squealing,
tilt tiy. gluttonous nil pervading, all
destroying lllown rut. Hats often gnaw
the hoofs of burses until the blood
comes. They have beeu known to attack fat bogs and eut boles in tlieir
bodies, causing death. They will light
human beings if cornered. They often
steal valuable articles to use in building nests.
Tbe following were found In u single nest: Three bedroom towels, two
serviettes, live dust cloths, two pairs
of linen knickerbockers, six linen pocket bnndkercblefs and one silk handkerchief This same rat, wlilch was a
model of Industry and thrift, bud carried nwny and stored near Its nest a
pound and a half of sugar, a pudding.
a stalk of celery, a beet, carrots, turnips nnd potatoes.
In the last dozen years over fi.OOO,-
OOO human beings bnve died of plague
In India alone. The India plague commission, after careful inquiry, round
thut bubonic plague In man Is entirely
dependent on the disease in the rat!
Marvelous in Its deslnietiveiiess Is
the common house mouse, closely re
luted to the rat, and. like It. Imported
from Kurope The held mouse, too. Is
highly destructive, the most destructive to agriculture of ull tbe rodents ���
Farm and Fireside.
At their meeting un Pridaj nighl
the Vancouver1 shipmasters' association decided to forward a protest to
the .North Arm harbor commission
against the alleged bad lighllng and
the ineffective working of the North
Free Demonstration
Edward's Soups
Call in our store at nace ami try
these delicious samples, (lur demon
Strator will be pleased to show you
how simple they are lu prepare. Hold
iu three flavors Tomato, Vegetable
aud Brawn Sofit at. per packet   . .5c.
���Canned Peas, per can  Mc
club Sauce, reg. 25c, at 2 for 35c
U orc-estershlro  Sauce,  large  bottles;
nl          2 for 25c
;.��� rei In Tomato Sauce; 3 tins 25c
Dean's Grocery
Phone 388.
Burr ui-jclc Columbia Street.
Bulls In Calf Stories.
Mr. Chancellor of Hoxtoii (or Hag-
gerslon or aome other corner of northeast London) was dilating before the
committee one day on tbe horrors of
Inoculation and vivisection, writes a
member of parliament in London Opinion, nnd lunr*.wed the feelings of Ills
hearers by lei : ^ them about some
calves wblch bad been Inoculated and
assuring the committee that two years
later the calves   ���'������re still suffering
from tlir.- efle is.
It happens thai on this committee Is
Edward Kelly, a cultured and witty
young Celt. "Kelly, from tbe Isle of
Erin," at once sprang to bli feet and
eiei trll eu bis fellow tni a bers by saying. ".Mi. Chairman���on a point of order -would the imi' rafale member
kindly explain bow the valves could
still be calves two years later?"
Mr. Chancellor must, 1 fear, be lirst
cousin to the preacher who, discoursing on the pfodlgal ton and tbe fatted
calf, Informed bis congregation that
the calf had been thc cherished pus
session Of tbe ramlly "fur years ami
years and years."
Misaed the Bird and Lost.
The (Jlasgow News records a since
lar Incident during a lawn tennis tie
Tbe two players, who may lie termed A ami B, were very evenly mutch
ed' Tbe game wus long, anil sometimes   one   und   sometimes   the   other
narrowly led. At length wheu A wsa
within a stroke or defeat he returned
a bull softly, und it looked us if his
fate was sealed. So it wuuld have
been, but Just ut that moment a bird
flew across tbe court in a llne parallel
with the ball
As nil good tennis players can well
understand. It mistook the bird for
the bull nml "smashed ' nt it vigorous
ly. It swiftly rose and be uils-iil u
by a feather's breadth, and ere he
co-Mid recover bis balance tbe bull hnd
dropped on bis court.
This stroke proved the turning point
In the tie. ns A thereafter played up
strongly und ran out winner.
The Sheep In the Grass.
Lord I'ulinerston onee Inspect Ml
"Summer In tbe Lowlands." a  picture
by Kir John Wntson llnrdon     "I l(
here." sulil l-ord I'ulinerston to the
nrtlst. "why should the grass In thai
Held lie so long when tbere are su
many sheep In the tleld ."
"My lord." replied tlie artist, "those
sheep wcre only turned Into the Beld
last Light I"
Lord I'lilinerston bought tbe picture
at u bigb price.
Only a Crime When One Filches From
the Commonplace.
Plagiarize all you please, provided
you steal from the right sources, for
Ihe secret of Individuality Is familiarity w-lth Hie masters. The great geu
luses were meant to be objects ot
plagiarism. To be plain, tlie more you
absorb of a lirst chins mind tlie more
your own originality Is fed, Plagiarism I*, only a crime when it Is h
t ho ft of commonplaces from mediocre
Let the young musician souk full ul
Beethoven. Wagner, .Mozart and Men
delssoliii. That Is the surest way fur
hlm to lind himself. To atmorli comic
opera music Is the wny tu smother,
lose and kill himself.
Let the young preacher preacb Hush
neil. Robertson and Brooks,    So doing
he will cume in preaching hliuM-ir
As for writers, there is trnlli In the
advice given by a great lunn thai tin-
best way to acquire u good style is t"
read Addison and exercise oneself In
endeavoring tn rewrite tilm
Vou i-iiiiiuit plagiarize the Itlble. nm
Shakespeare, nor Homer, nor I Hi minor Milton These hnve ceased to lie
men; they are humanity Vou can
plagiarize Shaw, or llrt-te llurte. or the
lust -'bOHl seller "   *
To Isolate oneielf from the nia-
ters is not tlie roml to originality; H
Is tbe road to vulgarity.
"lew English authors." says Ham
merton. "studied past literature more
wlllii!.-1" than Shelley ami Tennyson
nnd uoiie are mure original."���Frank
Cruii,.   n Woman's World.
Prehistoric Mao In Belgium.
Prehistoric man has been IraceiJ in
Beveral periods in Belgium, and M
I'utot. ii Belgian geogogUt, has made
n novel attempt to estimate the popu
lation at different stages In ttie lower
Aurlgnaclan period live of I'.eiglnui-
inimeroi:- c've seem to have been iu
habited, then* rapacity being tlrty i"
sixty persons In tlie -Itigdnleiienr.
period tlie population was prohnlili
sixty. Ketreal of the Ice permitted
leaving the shelters at the close ul
this peri nl. sui] tlie settlers mi Debunks of llie lakes may soon have
nutubentl lot) "r i.'.o The coming ol
the (.'er. Mies .uresis perhaps developed
a population ut I.mm. wlilch muy have
Increased tu 4,000 or 6,000 ut the be
glnnin nl Ilu- polished stone age. -
New .oil-. I'less
One sf the Desperate and Winning
Chances  Mike   Kelly Took.
Hugh S. Fullerton. tbe baseball writer for the American Magazine, tells
a story ubout Mike Kelly, the famous player of Boston and Chicago, a
generation ago. us follows:
"I  believe tiie most desperate and
brilliant bit of base running 1 ever
witnessed nml the climax of taking
chances was liy  Kelly,   iiie score was
a tie late In the gama    Runners were'
on second and third bases, one out.
and Ihe opposing Intlelil was drawn
In to cut off Un- runner from lbe plute.
"Kelly wus the man on second. As
the bull wus pitched Kelly was on B
run ut top speed toward third Thc
ball was hit sliurply to the shortstop,
who scooped it perfectly end  threw
home. The runner going from third
slid desperately toward tlie plate,
where tbe catcher was waiting Kelly
had rounded third base at top speed
and was coming up the path behind
the other runner, screeching 'Look out
for Kell' nt the top or his voice
-.is the rnnner from thlnl slid bo
hind the plate, trying to get past the
catcher, be was tagged out. but before
the catcher could touch him and dive
buck to protect tho plate Kelly slid In
front of the rubber, dodged under tbe
catcher and scored the winning ruu."
Stormy  Cape  Horn.
The waters uf Cape Horn hnve never
��� been   unvislteU   by   storms   for   more
thuu a week or two at u stretch within
1 the memory of man    Standing on tbe
; outposts  of  tbe   world.  Cape   II*..rn  Is
tin- meeting place of oceau currents of
very  different  temperature,  from  lhe
Icy cold waters of the Antarctic drift
tn ttie warmth or the Brazilian and
' Peruvian   return   currents.     Tbe  pre-
| vailing winds ure from the uorlbwest
niul west, and tbese, coming from the
i warm regions of the I'acilic, condense
Into fogs, whieh the sailors call "Cape
, Horn   blankets''   and   which   lire   the
j forerunners of storms.   The extremely
low   level   to   Wblcb   the   glaciers   ot
! Tierr.-i   del   Foego   descend,   tbe   per-
| petuui congelation of the subsoil, the
I meeting of conflicting winds nt very
* different  temperatures,  nre nil  direct
ur Indirect causes combining to make
i this the  most  constantly  stormy   re-
;   -Inm nt th�� wurlll.
Advertising space is valuable, because the hook is
in use by everybody, on duty constantly, every day
in the year.
It is the only medium that cannot be read at one
sitting and then laid aside and forgotten.
The Telephone and the Directory never part company. Side by side with the means of advertising i.s
the means of making the sale.
Do you not think it should have your careful consideration?
For rates and information telephone
Advertising Department
Seymour 6070.
BOILERS  Riveted Steel Pipes       TANKS
0    O    BOX   4.?
Penny Gone!    No Wart��.
Maurice, aged six, was Weeping Wi
teriv. iii.d mother Inquired u�� tu ill*
��� HUH!! of llie deluge.
"I bought i��'ii w.irts frnm Vlnreni
for a penny," lie walled, "ami Vlnrclit
haan't given me the warts nnd wmi l
give   my   penny  baclt"��� Indianapolis
Change of Front,
On n murder case in one of llie
southern mutei. an old mountaineer
wus culled us witness. The defending
lawyer wus cross examining blm.
"Vou suy you saw this murder committed."
"How fur were yen from tlio spot
where It took place?"
" 'limit u quarter inlle."
"What time wus it wben tbla deed
wns done?"
" 'Bout half past 8."
"On the date this murder wan sup
posed to lie committed It would bo
almost totally dink, and you mean to
any you could see distinctly what bap1
pened at that time at u quarter of u
mile distant?"
Tbe old mountaineer shuffled his feet
changed Ids quid and stretched. "Ob,
trail." he said uj be stalled to leave
the wli ness utialr.~"I don't jive n gol-
diirn uboul tliis trial anyway."- h-very-
Round and Square.
��� Tie mode of expression plays a
very Important ,iurt In diplomatic ne
got!a tlons."
"Yes,  but tbere Is not much use r..'
trying  tu  muke a  well  rounded  sen
teuce lake tlie place of a square ileal ' \
���Washington Star,
One of the  -i  entertaining slghw
lu life l< to see two people who knmi
! It all attempting in Instruct eneh olhei
i -Puck
A   mural,  aenslhle,   well   l>reil   tnsu
wl'l   lllll   insult   me.     No  other  mu
i   t'l)W|iel
Wblsl undoubtedly Is derived from
tbe old game ef trumps, which hns a
purely l!i)'^li*.h liueuge There Is lie
record >r lhp origin of Ihls game Inn
nf ltn development Into ruff uud Inn
nrs wlll Ii wit* '.lie parent nf Whlsl
The e lest referehofe to I't Is helieie.,
to   be   111   II   sei'innll   of   l^ltltller   allien
the yeai irrjll The name probably i>
derived from the "lilst" or "silence
whli ii i���'��� " attention to play doiiiiitul-
nr the players
Gla.yow'i Pavements.
Ai'i-'inl.:..* in an i-xcelii'iit custom n
Glasgow, hefore any street is paveii
or repaved nil cliy dtpnitmenls ihu
may be likely t" open the street an
fonuuunli'uiet] with so as tn give ihen
nn opportunity t" eiHltUlne lhelr pipes
or imike ii"*i*i-;*-:in repairs, ultemlloin
nr i-i'iieii :;- before lbe paving is 1st Isl
���Cliii-ngu News.
While   Thjr-'-s   Life-
Mrs   Muti'liein -Furry  years old   Mi
Singleton,   nud   aevpr   I u   uiarrlisi
l>eur aie! Rul surely .sen have n"'
given up all hope.' Sim-'letmi Nn, ie
deed! 1 hope I am safe for iiunthi'i
forty years, anyway,���Huston Tran
SUM  progressing.    Come  and
see mi. We can save you money.
(loods delivered to any part ol
the city.
Robson Grocery
Corner Gth St. and &th Ave.
Phone 404.
641 Front Street    Out of the High  Rent District
$30,000 Stock to Select Prom.
Open   Evenings  Till   9  o'clock.
Pra*. aad Oaai  Mgr.      vies President. Sae. aad Traaa,
ff=ir, Cedar and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 177
AH  Sort-*..
rii-nt niner-I.ei hid spe    I think I'I
order   home    IftUlh.      Second    Inner
Dou't!     I   novel   eider   III lull   In   noplace; It's mutt"!]  hefore you get ll
Boston TrnnscrluU
Cars   Again   Operating. Fifty-nine   lne ictments.
[ndiMiapoUs, lnd.. Nov. !i,-For tho     Bt; '"'"^ Nov. H.-   l-'ifty-nlno indict.
in nln *.*.. i" retiiii.i-il    i slerduy ugalimt
.first time in seven days streets cars ni[lf   ,.m,.m|, aml  ,���_���K,r 0fftola.la of
were running on schedule time today.  j.;i*_t &t. Louis, III . by lhe grand jury.
Bofon daylight the rirat cara left the which baac beon Investigating charges
j barns us they did before the Bti'ilte.     Iof municipal graft.
11 will pay you to watch our nils, us we will give you special prices on certain articles every day.
A good Chance to buy for Christmas and not too early, ub a small depoall wlll hold any article until
you   want  It  delivered.
llriiHH  Bed, guaranteed  r,  yearn;  regular $17,60,    Special     S13.50
Hrass Hed, guaranteed 20 years;  regular $28.00.   Hpeclul     $21.00
Circassian  Walnut Dreaaer;  regular $:ifi.oo.   Special     $29.00
Circassian Walnut Chiffonier;  regular $35.00.   Special    *  $29.00
Library Table, solid  fumed oak;  regular $14.60,   Special     $11.75
Extension  Table, Bolld  oak;   regular $16.00,   Speclul     S12.7S
Kitchen cabinet, top and base oomplete; regular $16.00,   special     $11.75
Cheaper to buy a  new couch than  havc tho old ono  repaired.
Couch  In  red or green  velour;   regular $6.60.   Special       $5.25
Couch In Virona velour, "Oil edxe; regular $16.00.    Special       $12.00
couch in Imitation Spanlah;  regular $16.60,   Special       $13.2r>
Couch ln genulno leather; regular $29.00,   Special  S23.00
The Bif? Furniture Store
Sixth and Carnarvon Sts. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1913.
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Two Teams  Still sre  In  Race���Bank
cfs  Lose to   Sixth   Regiment���
Other Games.
(jetting lioine by the lone goal route
the City hoci er eleven ciingcd from
tlle. third round of the Iroquois cniitoitl
nt Moody park on Saturday afternoon
when they defeated tbe Vancouver
City l'nited. This iiieans that one
Vancouver and iwo We. iinliister and
two North Vancouver leums are left
in the race with one gama ><> play
before the third round is completed,
tin-  Hovers of Ihls city  meeting  West
Vancouver ut   Moody  next Saturday
ill  �� postponed game.
In the other cup games played Saturday the Wi slmliniler Hankers lost
to  the  SIs-ili   regtmenl   Of   Vancouver.
four goala 10 three, -while the i-ons
dale, North Vancouver eleven took
the measure ot Kilsilano team hy the
lone goal,
The   gam*   at   Moody   park   brought
OUl    tlle   best    lilt    Of   BllCier   seep   there
this winter, the barest margin separating  the two  teama although  in
Ilu   attack,   tlie   Hoyals   were   ihe   ui;
greeelve and gave the visiting custodian all kinds of trouble during thc
iin minutes of play,
To Ha/iiie goek the honor of scor
lng tin   winning goal, the left  winger
<jf the city booting the ball into the
nal early In the Moond hall oo u pass
from centre. I lp to this time the City
forwards bud milled several difficult
chances, the clearances of the Vancouver bucks just coming In lbe nick
ioi  time on Heverul occasions.
1     (iiiillck.   the   former     Moose     koiiI
lem,er, hud un easy time of It, bavlng
jpraot-Oally uoihiiiK to do Inn kick the
null  from  the "dead"  territory.
Lelth oi Vanoouver   bundled   the
game   which   was   slightly   purtlul   lo
the  visitors throughout   ibe   entire
The City management believe tbut
the appeal made sol lier In tbe week
for belter support Is bring-Ill resells
a K'��id increase in the collection being noticed.
Soldiers  Defeat Bankers.
After outplaying the homesters dur
1 itK lhe first period, half lime finding
tin bunkers leudlnK three goals lo
two. two rushes hy tlie Sixth regiment forwards hi tbe game a' Cambie
street   ground!  on   Saturday   notched
two gouis which piacd tiie game on
Ice and thus eliminated one of tiie
three Wesiminster teams irom the
Iroquois Cup competition,
The game Wai witnessed by a ein'Ail
of iwo thousand, and the was thi
Bankers settled down in ihe opening
ihalf made It clear tbut unless the
forward! of the regtmenl played wltn
an) cohesion, tho result would ro u
the Royal City. Joe Kvans made hli
appearance with the financial stu
dents, ootchtng (he first two goali
while Dunford corralled the other,
In th ��� ici nd hair of play, with thl
,i ti eptiou of t ie two -u.'-'C'SBful rusbei
the play was more even,
Lonsdale Deft.it Kitiilano.
Th- North Vancouver team defeated Kitsiiano on Saturday In the third
troauola ('up game, onlv one goal be
ing registered,   Te result was iii doubt
up to the last minute of plav. good
i football   being   displayed   throughout
Westminster    City    League    Will   Be
Formed on Wednesday  Night���
Five   Teams.
New Westminster billlurd players
and supporters will not le* lucking
any   excitement   Ihls   winter   If   the
plans for the city league materialise,
A meeting Is called lor Wednesday
evening  in  the  club alleys  reading
room at �� o'clock when entries for
tennis   together   with   the   names   if
playera win be received.
The organisation will be run on the
handicap plan thus giving every team
a chance for the trophies which are
to be pot up. I'lve t'wms are already
entered, representing three different
establishments aud more arc expected
befoie the hex!  iwo days.
Big  Hockey  Deal.
Montreal. Nov  1).    The one hi(t hockey deal of the season was nulled off
on  Saturday evening ai  the annual
meeting   of   the   National   Hockey   as-
eoolatlon when Kred Lake, cum Bene-
it,i and Alf. Iieiinlson were transferred trom the Ottawas to lhe ()n-
tarios, formerly the Tecunisehs. The
agreement between the N. H. A. and
llle Patricks in connection with a nie
tlnuiil commission was ratified. Thn
league will open In  Montreal. Ottawa
and Toronto on Dec, 'il.    President
Kmmett Qulnn was re-elected presldenl.
mit thi points although atrong doubts
were expressed from the side lines
as to whether the Vancouvei player
was the first to lay hls bauds on the
hall when over the line. Playing
downhill, the Hoyals were forced In
their own territory for a considerable
length of (he forty minutes. In the
sei mid half the tackling of llie Went,
mil. ter fifteen came Into evidence
wuh   prominence.
Several near fights showed up, two
oi ll.e visiting forwards especially
displaying rough work during the af
Welsh   5.  Rowing  Club  3
The  How lng Cluh were defeated by
the  amall  margin of two  points, the
Welshmen  getting  away     with    tlie
game,   :,'.',
Crusaders 19, Highlanders 3
The Highlander*  were  found easy
by the Crueadera, 19   points   being
sent over against the soldiers ::.
All Blacks Win
l.os .iiBcl- s Nov. I* The New
Zealand All-Slacks found things easy
against the fifteen of the University
of Southern California on Ilovard
.'kid yesterday afternoon, 'he visitors  winning  forty  points to nothing.
Dyak  Warriors  Won't   Eat   Dsar   Far
fssr of Becoming Timid.
lu rural Oermany one still meats
with ii superstition tbat he who eats
during ii Ibiinilersiorui will be struck
by lightning. Abstaining from food
during an eclipse Is common among
savages; also a belief lhat In cutlug the
flesh of any animal one absorbs tbut
animal's characteristics. Thus an Indian tribe highly prizes tigers' flesh as
food fur men. but forbids women to
eut it lest It make them too aggressive.
Iu tbe Kongo women are forbidden
to cat birds of prey on tbe same principle, but are encouraged to eat frogs,
which tbe men on no account ever
touch, lu the Caroline Islands blackbirds are a favorite dlsb wltb women,
but men must not cat Ibem. because
if one did and afterward climbed a cocoa tree bo would surely fall to tbe
ground and be killed.
Among tho Dyakl warriors must not
eat venison because It would make
tbem as timid as the deer, Fowls and
eggs ure forbidden to women of a Bantu trlbo Itecutise on eating either u
woman would certainly fly Into the
brush und never again bc seen. Again,
the flesh of many animals Is forbidden
bccuiiso tbe animals themselves���for
example, twine���are disagreeable to
the eye or have untidy habits.���Ks-
"Oet  yen  laborers, carpenters,  ma-1
' lilnlsls.   fishermen,   teamsters,   wait- [
ers, clerks, stenographers,   or   any
olher   variety   of  skilled  or   common !
labor  here,"   Is  the   injunction   whicli
tba   civic   em ploy ment   bureau   under
the   direction   of   lliiildlng     Inspector |
Turnbull wishes to draw to the atten-
tlon of the employers of the city. Dur-j
lng  tba    past    week   men  occupying
practically   every  vocation  and   trade
I under tiie sun have registered at the
I employment bureau and  Mr. Turnbull;
feelg confident that he could  Hlaff a:
cannery, machine shop, sawmill, bank
or any other Industry or business in
: the city at an hour'B notice.
The  names  of  farm   laborers    and
'other farm help ure prominent on the
| list and  Mr. Turnbull has decided on
jthat  account to place the services of
the   bureau   at   the  disposal   of   ranch
and   farm   owners   who   need   experienced help.
"Ves, everything is working satis-
I factorlly," said Mr. Turnbull when
[atked as to the manner In which the
bureau was filling the functions for
which it was created. "Of course we
have received a great many more ap
plications for work than we have
found jobs, still, we are placing a few
men every day."
Silent   Reading   and   Neglect   of  Conversation Are Harmful,
Perhaps lbe most potent of Influences toward diverse pronunciation,
especially difference in accent. Is tbe
fact that we seldom or never hear In
conversation u vas' number of words
which nevertheless constitute sn Important and indispensable part of our
Must  Have Been  Drunk.
ESI  Centra,  Cal.,  Nov.  H.  -An  automobile running (15 miles an hour and
currying  a  "joy  party"  of  six   men,
i hit a bridge over an  irrigation canal
I near here early today and threw four
i men   from t he car  seat  .    One   was
! killed and three were badly hurt, but
jthe driver, Fred Wallace, drove half a
i mile before he knew of the loss of his
At tlie Theatres
Pete  Murphy,   who   ts   known   and
���_������_������������^���_^M~M     ,   ,     ,   billed as Westminster's favorite tenor
"By  silent  rending  snd   neglect  of j __,���  |tag  __,.  th,_  week ^ _m Royill
conversation language Itself." declares
Hh bard Grant Wblte. "Is coming Into
disuse." Tbe result of this practice
Is not only that wc ore always mentally registering pronunciations peculiar lo ourselves, wblcb we huve no
means of ascertaining to I* uncommon
or ridiculous, lint also that the natural
tendencies of our language, iiuri-stralii-
ed by the conservative force which occasional use In conversation might exert, rapidly foster new pronunciation*
and produce a diversity of pronunciation even among tbe most careful
All tbese Influences obviously supplement ench otber In resisting any
trend toward uniform pronunciation
and facilitate tbe progress of thc tendencies of speech peculiar to our English tongue.���Hobert J. Meuner lo Atlantic Monthly.
theatre at every performance. During
the pasi two weeks that the Royal
has been showing exclusive motion
pictures, lhe business has been excellent, the only fault to find is that
the dally change of program did nct
[give everyone a chance to see some
iof the special features which mana-
iger ilillis haB contracted for, so thl?
i week the program will he changed
! but ihree times. The change days
��� will be Monday. Wednesday and Fri-
,day, therefore giving the public atn-
I pie opportunity to see such big tea
I lures as "Evil Power" a strong slory
]ln two reels tounded on present
white slave traffic. "The Battle of
! Waterloo" which has gone down in
ihistory as the world's greatest battle
land another big feature which is book-
led  for  Friday  and  Saturday.
Rough  Ice at the Start But This will
Be   Remedied���Afternoon   and
Evening  Sessions.
St. Louis College Team Appear to Be
The Idhbota soccer league standing
changed somewhat following Saturday's games when two surprises wcre
sprung, the high scliool bo>B losing *.o
l-n.-tl Kelvin, while the Richard McBrlde eleven crept out of the cellar
tiy defeating the Herbert Spencer ag-
gr gallon,
31. I.ouis college are out for a record Ihls season, five straight wins
being placed to their credit so far,
with little prospect of them being defeated unless the other teams take a
decldd brace.
Of the games played on Saturday.
St. I.ouis college deteated the John
Robson school 3-0, Lord Kelvin won
from the high school 2-1 and Richard
McBrlde defeated Herbert Spencer Sl.
Royals   Loose   by   Narrow Margin-
Welsh Defeat Oaremen���Cruead-
Swamp Highlanders
;���>( vi ru! hundred Bkaters were on
hand Saturday afternoon and evening
when the big Ice rink at Queen's park
was thrown open for the first lime
this winter.
Although many rough spots were
fouud on the surface for the opening
evelll, Ihls will he eliminated now
thai everything Is working to perfection,
Afternoon and evening sessions will
now be ln order every week day, the
afternoon tesklon taking from 3 to 5
o'clock while the skaters will be ul-
lowid on the Ice In the evenings from
8:16 to 10 o'clock, thc same as in
R, C. H. S. Enters Semi-finale of th*
Brunswick Cup Conteat���Beat
B. C. E. R. 2-1.
Y M C A. Crusaders and Welsh were
Victors in Saturdays rugby games of
thl Royal, and Y.M.C.A. was.the
worst seen this season, the visitors
3.u.'lv disputing tho decision, o
Referee Savage who. while a local
man,  more   than  gave  the  Ys  tne
brTOe acore. which was tiiree point,
to nl, tn favor of the Y'a. was scored
�� the second half, the official award-
With but a Cow seconds more to
play, tho soccer team of lhe R.C.H.S.
nosed out a victory over the Vancouver B. C. E. It. on Saturday after-
noon at Sapperton park, the final
score being t-i.
In contrast to the easy victory obtained by the Royals the week previous over the same team, the Brunswick cup encounter of Saturday wat
fiercely contested throughout and but
for a rush by Oeorge Keeney, hla Bhot
[on the rebound being successfully negotiated by Bert McAllister, It would
have meant the high school boya
Journeying to Vancouver for a re-play,
Feeney wna the star player on the
forwards, he notlchtng the firBt goal
after a pretty effort and waa more
ihan responsible for the deciding tally.
The visitors fought .to tho laat ditch
notlching the equalizer to Feeney's
goal, late in the first half.
A Fleet Street Story.
Henry Arthur Broome, in "The Log
of a Rolling Stone." says that In 1ST1
be was engaged ln wood engraving for
Punch when one day, at tbe end of tbe
week, short of money, he stood gating
longingly at tbe cherries on a rostcr-
mouger's barrow whicb stood abreast
of the offices of the London Telegraph.
Bla gaze arrested tbe attention ot a
gentleman whom be bad often aeeu
there before, though oot at midday.
Then a kindly deed was done. Tbe
gentleman, averting bla gaze from nie
a moment, purchased two paper bags
of tbla fruit Then, placing one of
Ihom In tbe pocket of bla rapacious
dust coat, he turned to me wltb the
sweetest smile Imaginable and without
a word offered tbe otber one to me,
whicb I gratefully accepted. He tben
passed on and went upstairs to tbe offices of tbe newspaper. Tbet wat my
first Introduction to tbe prince of Journalists, George Augustus Ssla.
A Limit te Hlk Power.
A carious historical anecdote la banded down from tbe time of Jamet 1.
James, being In want of C2O,0UU, applied to the corporation for a loan.
Tbe corporation refuaed. Tbe king
Insisted. "But. tire, you cannot compel us," asld the lord mayor. "No,"
ezclalmed James, "but I'll ruin you
and tbe ctty forever. I'll remove my
courts of law, my court Itself and my
parliament to Winchester or to Oxford
nnd make a desert of Weatmlnater.
and then tblnk wbat will become ot
you!" "May It please your majesty."
replied the lord mayor, "yon are at
liberty to remove yourself and your
courts to wherever yon please: put.
sire, there will always be one consolation to the merchants of tendon���
your majesty cannot take tbe Thames
along wltb you."
and Mias
L.R.A.M .  ARCH.
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True Kindergertan Bairn
Master Harold had returned after bla
flrat day at a kindergarten school, saya
tbe Munrbeater Guardian.
"Well, Hamld," iald a friend of his
mother wbo was railing, "bow do yon
tike school? I suppose you are tba
youngest tbere."
"Ob, no." aald Harold Indignantly,
drawing hlmaelf tu hls full nelgbt and
throwing out bit cheat���"ub. no! Some
otonr chops come In perainbulatora."
Wbat with the harbor Improvements, the further
the fltherlet and
Lad'ea' Tailoring Branch
surely Wettmintter Is coming to
her own.
Tailor te Ladles and Gentlemen.
Weatmlnater Truet Block.    '
Beaver Hockey Practice .
The Beavers wlll atari hockey practice In the arena at 7 o'clock thla evening Instead of 6:30 aa previously announced. '
England Takta Two.
London, Nov. 9.--Bngland took both
ends of International athletic eventa
yeBterday when the amateur soccer
defeated a representative team trom
Ireland while the Kngiish field hoc-
Key teum defeated Germany M. The
, score In the soccer game wat 2-0 ln
favor of England.
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A Kalem Drama In two parts.
Vitafraph    Presents    Maurice
Costello and Clara K. Young In
Edison Photoplay
.Monday    ami    Tuesday    at
every   performance.
Pete Murphy
New  Westminster1!  popular
tenor   in   latest   tongs.
Two-reel "Ilex" .uuturtl
"Evil Power"
A   wonderful   dramailc   story
founded on
White Slavery
Excellent Music
"Battle of
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Are Packing Cur Store, Taking Advantage of This
$.���..00 values cut to  	
$ii i ii values cut to	
17.60 values cut to	
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LOT No. 1.
A special lot of 100 pairs of
men's good, strong winter
shoes, in all leathers. Values
to $3.50.    Sale price $1.90
LOT No. 2.
A special lot of 75 pairs of Men's
shoes of the finest quality in
all styles and colors. Values
to $4.00.    Sale price $2.10.
LOT No. 3.
Men's heavy work shoes in tan
and black, strictly all leather
and of the best make.   Regular (5.   Sale price $2-7$.
LOT No. 4.
Men's claaay dress shoes In the
lateat of styles and all leathers. Regular price $6.60. Sale
LOT No. 5.
A apeclal lot of 50 pairs of children's shoes Values to $1.50.
Sale prtce *Mt.
LOT. No. G.
35 pairs of good, strong, all
leather Boy's shoes. Regular
price $3.    Sale price $2.40.
LOT No. 7.
Boys shoes of the finest quality,
the kind that can't wear out.
Regular price $3.50. Sale
price S1.S5.
LOT No. 8.
Boy Scout Shoes both high and
low. In all the test leathers.
Guaranteed strictly the best.
Reg. $3.50. Sale price $1.8$
LOT No. 9.
Special lot of ladles' shoes ln
all colore and leathers. Values
to $3.50: Sale price $1.50.
LOT No. 10.
Special lot of ladles' shoes, constating of 100 pairs, tn all
leathers and atylea. Begular
price $4.. Sale price S1.90.
LOT No. 11.
I_ad.es extra apeclal delay dress
allots, In all atylea and leathers. Regular $5.00. Sale
LOT No. 12.
Special lot of infants' shoes.
all colore and values to 65c.
Special price 25C
LOT No. 13.
utile tots' high shoes, both Can
and black in the latest styles
Regular price $3.00. Sale
price $1.75.
LOT No. 14.
Special lot, 100 pairs children's
shoes, ali styles and leathers.
Regular $2.   Sale price 75e.
LOT No. 15.
Indies' SUppers of very fine
make. Values to $2.50. Sale
price $1.15
LOT No. 16.
Ladles' Felt House Slippers.
Regular    $1.50.     Sale    price
Mens Felt House Slippers;
Regular   $2.00.     Sale    price
Man's     $8.00     values.       Sale
Price $___,���$.
Boys' $4.00 valuee,   aale   price
$4.00   values.    Sale
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liill's drug Btore, |    furniture of
���*2S    Columbia    street;     A.    Sprice.
Qaeenaborough, Lulu Island; Mrs.
K. i-ardi'ii. Highland Park; Mra. V,
ixvMs, Alta V'iata,
��� Al.l.   oh    PART    OF
six-room bi BBe to rent.
Dufferin    Street,
I 238. I
��� ��� ��� ��� ���
Clascined-Ono cent per word per
Sav* tc per word per week; 15c per
���wn'th-'6.000 words, to he used as required within one year Irom date or
eoetract, $26.00.
nn house, sixili atreal    car
close In.   Apply   llox   2346
Lcwtr   Mainland   Dairymen   Wait   on
Victoria Officials to Complain of
wiih Mom $260 to $600 for coal and
wood business in growing centre.
Apply for particulars lo investors
Investment Company, 667 Columbia
sireel   over Curtis' drug store.
auto in first class running Older,
extra tires, etc. Trade as first payment mi small house, modern, llox
2348 News office. i'i',',1%)
finished, and large cleared lot, Edmonds. I'li ar deed. Cheap for cash.
Apply owner, George Warne, Eighteenth avenue, Edmonds. (2324)
saws, foot power mortising machine,
grindstone,   llos 2222 News office.
gentleman.    Apply   Uox  2^-
young man in private house (no
raid-dav meal I. near Sapperton car
line. Reply stating terms to Box
236- News office. (2365)
en ranch; a going concern near
-city. Must have $300 to $ii00. Apply llox. 2345  News office.      12345)
general servant. Bessie Cox, Coquitlam, B.C. (2334)
tulles out, less than 30 minutes' ride
on B. C. Electric from  New West]
minster; soil excellent,   bottom   or |
upland as desired;    tram   frontage
$150 an  acre and remainder    Just
back of frontage lota $100 and $125.
Terms quarter cash, two years for
balance.   This Is a sacrifice; estate
to be    cleaned    up at once.    Sole
agents, Curtis & Dorgan, New Westminster.   Phone 466.   No trades.
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Market square. (2335)
ture In large or small quantities for
��pot cash. Will give full value or
���will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Russell, Westminster
Auction House. Kings hotel block.
Columbia Btreet. (2334)
A. Read,
311 Third street.
with small sum of money last Saturday evening on Columbia street.
Finder leave at A. S. Mills and
Company. I23SC)
glove.    Apply News office.
Victoria, Nov. 9. -A deputation
from the .Mainland Milk Shippers' union was in the cltj  last week with a
view to waiting upon the government,
und especially the minister of agriculture to ask for an Increase In some
way of the compensation given farmers for the cattle destroyed following
the compulsory tuberculin tests. It Is
held by the deputation that dairy cattle are so valuable that the small sum
given now Is utterly inadequate to
compensate the dairyman for his loss.
The deputation consisted of Tliomas
Forster, of Glen Valloy, ex speaker of
the legislature, W. E. Buckingham, or
Eburne. and John W. Berry of Langley
The deputation's grievances covered
.several points, but was chiefly direct
(2222) |pd against the tuberculin tests.    The
I dairymen claimed that tlie government
should Inspect the dairies In Washington that supplied milk to Vancouver
as well as the stables and cattle of
the producers In the province.
Even beforo this latest cow test the
dairymen objected to the tests, not ln
themselves, but because the tests and
Inspection of dairies and stables were
not to be applied by the local government to the herds, stables aud dairies
In tho state of Washington from which
milk is shipped in large quantities to
Vancouver. They want the Bame tuberculin test of herds, the same Inspection of herds and dairies and milk
to be applied to the milk shippers In
Washington as are applied to their
Since these general compulsory
tests of herds commenced it has been
found that in Lulu and Delta Island
almost the whole of some herds are
being taken, not only those seriously
affected but those most sllchtly affected, and to all appearances in the
very belt of health. They feel that
since ihe price of cows has gone so
high the compensation which the government pays is altpgether inadequate. There are many cases where
I tenant farmers are losing from three-
i quarters to 90 per cent, of their herds.
.One man who pays $200 a inonth rent
i lost 37 of his 55 cattle. A man cannot
pay his rent off crops alone, and when
Ihis   whole  herd   Is   thus   taken   awav
President Wilson ls sniil to dote on '
charlotte  ruasc.   Vice  I'reslileut  Marshall  loves cherry  pie, and  Becretary
Bryan Is fond or cantaloupe.
Dr.  Paul S. Relnsch, chosen us tho I
uow American minister to Clllun, lias
been  professor of political  BCieUCB ut i
the University of Wisconsin aluce 1001, ,
lie wus horn In Milwaukee In ISuh nud
was  educated  lu   Berlin,   Itouiu  air'
lleury Clews is one of the few
American men of business who have
beeu translated into nobility by foreign potentates. Ue Is embellished
with the Imperial decoration, the highest honor the emperor of Jupuu muy
confer upon a foreigner.
Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, chief
Justice of the high court of Australlu.
now ou a visit to England, ls the sou
of a Welsh Congregational minister
and wus taken to Australia ut the age
of nine. He wns culled to the Queensland bar when he was twenty oue.
Europe Fights Vainly
Against Stock Gambling
which is done in tbe authority <>r the
state, when it repeats legislation whloh
' centuries ��f experience shows la bound
io be ignored and to fall."
Berlin, Nov, 9. Europo Ib malting
brave attempts to tight speculation
and speculators; to stock Btock exohange abuses, and generally to cun'
the Ills which spring from tbe human
passion I'or getting rich���and poor
In a. hurry. As a result of the recent
stock exohange gambling craze, a new
I anti-speculation law is helm; prepared
in Austria, which wlll make it practically Jmposilble to trade on nun-gins*.
.in Norway the very right to speculate
Is denied  hy  a  large  group ol  politicians;   and  Germany   haB  lis  Chronic
warfare againat the bourse reflected
ilu   several   laws,   which   experts   say
effect just the contrary or what they
���aim  ut.     Everywhere  people  are  declaiming agalnsl the abuses of ipecua-
Ulon,   and   everywhere   speculation   Is
raging more than it did bofon
registry,   For tbls
pay   a   ri gll tr.   l'i I
further annu il fei
by oeased  to b
the tradi r hi il to
of $37.60, and    0
. Speculators there-
private Individuals,
Major Oeneral Jnmes Madison Drake, | From the present proposed anil-
reappointed lilstorluu uf the Army und 'speculation laws, the experts <m BUCh
Navy Medal of Honor Legion, has held ! matters   expect     little   result.     They
agree that all past untl speculation
laws have railed, und that some or
tbem have produced evils which did
I nnt formerly exist. The main differ-
ience Is that gambling In stocks nnd
] sharctt goes on In less open and loss
honest forms than before. Also It Is
I complained   lhat   the   coiinirles   with
lu sewing, cooking anti-speculation luws Buffer, as com-
il sits Is required In i Pared
that position for twenty years. l��ur-
lug that time he bus written I.WU
sketches of the vulor of hls companions.   He ls n veteran newspaper uiuu
Education Notes.
with countries which have no
such laws, by the flight of capital and
business; by the depressive effect
which   a  chronically   Inactive   bourse
Prnctleul   work
and other houseln
ull English schools for girls ubove the
lufsnt grude.
lu Minnesota the need for trained
tenebers of agriculture and domestic
science Is so great that the Si'hool ol ! panics on amall or no cause
Agricultural  Technology   ut  the stnte |     ln  France. Germany    and
university has talien for Its iiiulii work
the preparation of teachers for them
ami became members ot the profession of Bpecul itor. This, li was calculated, would ontlrely exclude thi general public from speculation. The law
was strengthened by a provision that
a deal In futures between partlea ol
which even one whs not registered
was null and \">ld, nnd could not he enforced In court
Thli antispeculation  law  proved    n
oomplete fiasco, it did not prevenl the
general  public speculating;    but    it
drove ihem lo Indirect mid sometimes
to more risky ways of speculating;  It
encouraged all sorts or dishonest outside brokers, und It led to many per
sons sending their speculative money
aboard, The register failed, Banks
und professional spectators boycolte.l
It. Private individuals who speculated
avoided It because, tliey said, they did
not want all the world to know what
they were doing.
Nearly all this disinterested authorities on finance condemn the anti-speculation    laws. One tit the    latest    to
condemn them is Professor Richard
Bbranberg, or linstock university,who
says that there are even worse features In these laws than lhelr Complete
failure let act.
"Much  worse," he declares, "Is the
I constant  Injury which they do to the
popular sense of Justice and morality
lias upon state securities; and by the The prohibitions are eaally evaded, but
! extreme liability of Inactive bourses to
I business men never   cease   clamoring
jfor tho   British   system   under which
stock exchanges are private corporations regulated only hy the law. They
The Ohio State university lias Intro . roii.plulii or government control, which
duced uu apprentice course lu animal Ua  chiefly exercised  by bureaucrats,
husbandry   that   Includes   two   years j w|,0 know nothing of commercial fin-
study ut the unlverslt) und two .venti i anee.    In France, under a law  of Na
of practical work on a "tuck' farm
the enactment that certain kinds of
trading in stocks cannot he enforced
in court Is taken advantage of by dishonest speclntors when their speculations fall llut even that is not the
worst. Worse still is the serious injury
Pekln, Nov. S. A comparatively
brief experience or European dress
Beams rn have sul'lleied for many of
thb Chinese who adopted it. since
large numbers aro reported to havo
reverted to tho national costume, According to a correspondent or a Shanghai Journal, there are good reasons for
Ilils revival. When the movement for
Iiie adoption <>f European dress umi
manners was started  there wan (treat
enthusiasm among a certain section
of reformers, and also very little sense
and much absurdity. The throne was
memorialised for ths promulgation of
i nu Imperial edli ordering all and eun-
, ilry to discard their national dross,
but the central government declined,
and the movement finally revolved it-
jseir Into a matter of personal oholce
j and convenience.
For a  time the  vogue  found  many
j followers, especially among tha young
"bloods" ol the coast towns  But when
It came  lo  be  reckoned   up  thut  the
'cost  of  foreign  apparel   for  a  single
| season could purchase Chinese clothes
Ito   suffice   for   twelve   months'   wear
I tliere  was  a   very  decided   tailing  off
in the fashion.    And as tlils< copying
waa  most conspicuously  practised  hy
those who were least acquainted with
foreign  customs,    the    results    were
generally ridiculous in   the extreme,
and from from eliciting the admiration
and respect of their fellow countrymen,  these   ardent   "reformers"  were
I mote often the objects tit ridicule.
The   correspondent   holds   lhat  thn
Chinese are well advised lo retain the
national costume In preference to foreign atllre, which can never become
them or satisfy their -wearing needs.
There Is no question, he adds, thut
the Chinese costume Ib a most graceful one, us It Is one of the most hygienic and  economical.
and it probably passes into the
some Chinaman, the dairy-
fices and rooms in the line new
Mcleod building, Sixtli and Carnarvon streets, from J7 per inonth up;
including heat, light and hot and
cold water in every room. Apply
room 111. (237��)
To the Board of Licnse Commissioners notice i.s hereby given that at !farm
the next regular meeting of the Board:hands of
of License Commissioners for Lang-men say.
ley, I shall apply for a renewal of li-l They further claim that, while the
quor license for the Langley hotel, |object of the government is to secure
situate  at   Langley   Fort   in  the  pro-;a supply of pure, wholesome milk for
vince of  British Columbia.
Langley Fort.
November 7. 11*13. (23851
The students ure [inld for their work
while ou tbe fiirm. The pain bus In
terested u number of tbe leading
stockmen of Ohio aud other stutes.
und they ure co-operating with tin-
university In carrying it out
Fashion Frills.
tage, furnished, at 220 Seventh
street. In-quire at 224 Seventh
.street. 12360)
housekeeping and bedrooms, 4-0 St.
'��torge street. (2347)
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Construction of Wharfs at Victoria
Harbor, B.C.," will be received at this
otfiee until 4:00 p.m.. on Tuesday. December it, 1918, for the constructions
of Wharfs at Victoria Harbor, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract can hc seen and forms of
tender obtained at this Departmenl
and at  the  District  Engineers' offices
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agues  street.    Telephone 638 I_.
| at   New   Westminster, "B.C.,   Victoria,
FURNISHED   COMPLETE,   HOUSE-   B.C.,    Confederation     Life     Building,
keeping rooms. $10    and    $15    per | Toronto, Ont., Post    Office    Building,
month at 224 Seventh street. (2333) t Montreal. P.Q., and on application to
  ��� I the Postmaster at Vancouver, H.e.
"Chere.     No   collection,   DO  charge.
'<-_a_ulean-Vancouver Mercantile Ag-
���ency, 336 Hastings street west, Van-
��� ootivoi', B.C. (23321
farm sales conducted. Furniture
bought for cash. P. B. Brown, 17
.le^bie slreet, New Westminster.
the cities, and to insure healthy herds
of  cattle throughout   the province,  in j
that  part of their objects relating tol
the supply of milk  to the cities  the!
sacrifice  which   the  owners  of dairy
herds are called on to make by reason
of the destruction  of a large propor-
tlon of their cattle is rendered useless1
so long as milk is allowed to be lm-1
ported   from  herda   over  which   this
province has no control.    When a cow
lis   killed   the   supply   or   milk   Is   decreased  by that  much, and the den!
ciency   is   made   up   by   milk   coming I
from  herds in  Washington no better!
than those destroyed, They admit that I
the Washington herds are subjected tol
test  and  Inspection  just as strict  as'
: their own, yet they have no faith, and;
, claim   they   have   no   reason   lo   have
faith   In  any  inspection   work carried
| out by officials this  province neither ]
employs nor pays.
The  government  could   inspect  thel
Washington dairies, they maintain, by
passing   legislation   refusing   the   Importation of milk not inspected at thel
source,  and  the  Washington  farmers
would be compelled to submit to Rrit-i
Ish  Columbia inspection ir they wanted the trade.   At present the province:
handed over this power to th" mimic
palities,  which are not  exercising.
After all. the X ray skirts it
a logical extension or presenl fnsliluas
-New York Sun.
The latest novelty In dresses Is on<
thut has only two books lu the back
Cheers by overworked busbauda.-
Clevelund Lender
Newport reports the appearance of
the nose veil If lt Is anything like
tho nose bug we are willing to lei
Newport corner the market���Chicago
Tbo diaphanous skirt originated In
Egypt. Crude pictures show IL I'rob
ably, lf the truth were known, Cleo
patra set tbe style. Tbere Is nothing
new nowadays, -Portland Oiegonluu.
poleon,  the  bourse   is  nothing  but  a I
sr.C" Institution;  and Bliewhre on the
continent,  it   Is   nothing  but   an   ap-'
pendage to the stale.    In  Austria, no j
stock exchange may be   constituted ;
without the approval of both tbe min-'
istir  of finance  and  the  minister of
commerce.    Once  the  bourse  Ib  con-!
stituted,   it   is   put   under  the  control
of Btate "commissaries."
Bourse  Law  for  Empire.
In  Oermany,  since  1896, a similar |
ByBtem prevails.   Before then the sep-
The Most Delicious
w-as   n
Persons tendering are notified tliat
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
linns, the actual signature, tlie nature
of the occupation, and place of res;
deuce of each member of the llrm
must be given. 	
Each tender must be accompanied Re the Southeast Quarter nf Section
by un accepted cheque on a chartered 25, TownshiP 8. In the District of
bank, payable to   the order   of   the
The Royal Box.
George of England ua n boy
proficient carpenter und can
still bundle u plune aud chisel ill tin
deftest style.
King Alf-uso uf Spain drinks ncltbci
wine nor spirits, nnr dues hls mother
yueen Christina.    Ills consort
Victoria, occasionally tukes u glass ul
The kaiser lias a highly trained nrmy
of vitleis to look nfter bis viist array
of luggage when hu travels, He Is a
greut stickier for etiquette, currying
ubout with hlm ll sufficient number ;1
uniforms to ulluw for changing bis
dress every ten minutes If required.
Pert Personals.
Householders' Voters' List.
Notice is hereby given that a Court
of Revision on above list will be held
oa Sal urday, the lath duy of Novem-
fcrr, al 10 o'clock In the forenoon. In
���hv Council Chamber, City Hall, New
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, November 6, l!il:i.      (2368)
Honorable     the     Minister     of   Public
j works, equal to live per cent.  (6 pc.i
'of  the  amount  of  the   tender,  which
! will be forfeited it tbe person tendering decline  to  enter   into  a  contract
when   called   upon   to   do   so,  or   fail
to complete the work contracted for.
If the tender   be    not    accepted    the
cheoiio will be returned.
Tne Departmenl does not hind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, October 27, 1918,
Newspapers will nol be paid for thli
advertisement  if they  insert it without authority from the Department
451H7. 123421
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 13164F, is
sued in the name of James C, Portong
and Charles Hummel has been filed In
this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one inonth from
the date ol the first publication here
of, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un
less In the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land llegistry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., October 1X
1913. (2269)
In his new play Bernard Shaw ls
| said to have reached hls "limit." We
��� refuse to believe It���New York Post.
By going broke to the tune of HOO,-
| uni) I'rltzl Beboff demonstrates herahii-
1 Ity to muke u success of anything sbe
' undertakes,���Washington Post.
-mile Corelll Is suing un actor who
| staged part nt oue of ber novels, lie
' wtll deserve uny verdict sh* may get
i iignlnst him.���Pittsburgh Dispatch
Andrew Carnegie gets u grand cross
for his ['nines of Peace at The Hague.
Kor some of his libraries In America
I tn- gol the *_:*:iii,I double cross.���i'bllu-
del; bin Ledger.
Train and Track.
Ue IM '5,  of nlocks 148 and  14D.  of
Lot 92, Croup 1, Map 1767, lu the
District of New Westminster.
1 Whereas proof of the loss of Certlfl-
*.-___? of Title Number 11133E, lBsued In
(lie name of  Harry Cline,   haB    been
���2lv*i iu this oflici .
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.
tat the expiration of one month from
rittn date of the first publication hereof,
in a dally newspaper published in the
City ot New Wesiminster, issue a
������-Jiiplicate ol the said Certificate, un
!��-mis in. tlle meantime valid objection
S4e made to uie in writing.
3. C. OWYNN.
District Registrar ot Titles,
���-.mid Registry Office,
New  Westminster, B.C., October 9.
1.13. (2226)
lead at the nexi meeting of the Board
nf License Commissioners to apply for ;,
transfer   from  myself,  Charles  Bchwahn.
John K. MacKenzie and Bruce f_oop, of
the  retail   liquor license  of  tin-  Colonial
hotel ln this city,
Mi) Applicant
Now Westminster, B.C., Nov. 6th, mi;!
New Imported Fall Suitings now on
display.     See  thetn.     Perfect  fit  and
workmanship guaranteed. Prices fron
tlK.OO up.    701   From Street.
Telephones:  Office 53.  Residence 426
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Agents     Palmer     Bros.'   Oasollne
Engines,  Marine   Engines  and   Auto
mobile Repairs.
Office and Works: Tenth St.
P.O. Bex 474.   New Westminster, B.C
From Vancouver for Victoria.
10: no a.m Dally
_:on p.m Dally
11:46  p.m Daily j
From Vancouver for Seattle.
10:00 a.m Daily I
11:00 a.m Daily i
From  Vancouver for  Nanaimo.
.'5:00   pm Dally
Nanalmo,  Union  Bay and Comox.
!):00 a.in Wednesday and Friday
Vancouver, Union  Bay, Powell  River.'
11:45  am Kvery  Saturday I
For  Prince   Rupert and Alaska.
11:00 p.m Kvery Saturday
Prince Rupert. Granby Bay and Skeena |
River Points.
11:00 p.m Wednesdays'
Por Gulf Uland Points.
7:(i0 a.n . Tuesdays for Victoria.   Call
Ins at points in the Oulf Islands.
KD. OOULET, Agent, New Weatmlnster
H. W. BROUIR, a. P. A.. Vancouver.
lall'vny   station   nt  Onlnrti
I-- |i;.i:.'ll feel ubove sen level.
There were 1.011 fatalities on Hritish
rail'."ads lust year, fifty-nine less thnn
the year before.
A novel kIkuhIIiiR system Is being
tried on Oertnnn railways. Parnbollc
mirrors nbout elplit uud one-half feel
lone ure fixed on an nxie. on which
they are revolved by menus of elec
tilclty. They are "worked" during
the day hy sniillght and during the
nlgbt are lighted up by electricity and
nre discernible nt n -grent distance
oven during fuggy weather.
Automobile Runs.
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The way of the transgressor ts hard
on iho Joy rider.-Phllndnlphln It-word
Accidents will happen even In the
best regulated fiimtllea, but tlle host
regiilntiid families minimise the
chances by driving limit' automobiles
cu refill ly,���Chlongo News,
III (leorgla llm court of lippenls hus
declared "nutomohlln have tin nionnp
oly of ihe highways nor any priority
nf right hi their nts." Hut Georgia |s
sliell an old fashioned slata.-Philadelphia Ledger
Irvine  Elevator  Burned.
Medicine   llat,   Nov.   9.���Flre  from
in unknown cauae completely destroy-
jed   the  elevator   built  at  Irvine   Ihls
I year by lhe Ogilvie Milling Company.
[ Much grain waa stored In the elcva-
urate   states   had   their   own   bourse
i laws, but there is now   a homogeneous I
"Boersengese-U" for the whole empire; I
and   under     this     both   the   imperial
Bundesrat and the state governments
have powers to control    To found   a
stock exchange needs stale consent,
and   any   exchange   founded     without  ���
consent may be closer summarily  hy   i
the police.    As iii Austria, state com-;
mlssearles, with the rank of officials.;
represent the authority of the govern-1
men .
The power which Is most resented,!
is the power given to the Bundesrat
to say what classes of securities shall'
and shall ;.jt be dealt in.    In addition. I
there are the usual penal laws agalnsl i
rigging.   Hut the main Interfernce of!
the  state  is  in  checking  speculation.
Scores  of   paragraphs   are    directed I
against this.    It is a criminal offence
to seduce anyone into speculation with
intent  to gain,  and   In  Oermany  persons who ko bankrupt through speculating  in  "differences" are criminally
punished     Husslan exchanges are en
tlrely under the controlo f the ministry
Queen  of  finance.     Holland  and   Belgium  allow freedom to start stock exchangeB
but even they have some laws which
tend to make speculation difficult.
Wild   Speculation   Supnressed.
Stock exchange regulation   of   this
kind  is  not  enough  lor  a   Very  large I
elms   which   wants   speculation     altogether suppressed.  Conservatives and j
Agrarian    politicians    are everywhere
unfriendly to the bourse, and thev demand more and more antlliourse laws
Germany has always here led. The
stone was set rollingt'.vi-nty years ago'
by Tlerr v, Gamp, who is still a prom-
Inent Reichstag member, by the rnr
raer sneaker, fount v. Ballestrom, and
by a deputy named Cluny. Tlie Prussian Conservatives were then under
the impression that exchange specula
tion sent down Ihe price, which lhey
got ��'or their grain. In particular they
disliked speculation in grain ror future1
Iti this there is nothing new.    Hoi-1
land   at the beginning nr the seven-1
teenth century attempted In vain    to
suppress grain speculation.    The German   antispeculation   campaign     Hue-
seeded, and  the  result  Is  seen today |
in   rigid   restriction  of speculation   In \
both uraln and storks.   Only a limited
class can  lawfully  Indulge  in  it;  audi
ihen under burdensome conditions, as:
laid   down   ill   the   two   great   bourse;
law*, or lSOO and  1908
'i'he campaign agalnsl    future   or
"term   trading."  arises  from   the  facl
that on the continent, as In  Kngland,,
Btocka are bought and sold either for
a tenn. fixed between the parties, or,
for n  settlement day,  which  may   be
weeks  after  the  transaction.    Settlement days are usually In the middle ot
and at the end or the month.    Hence
the  continent  talks  of  "medio"  and j
"ultimo' 'settlements.    Marginal speculation is all done In this way.
Where the Wall Street broker has t
stocks  transferred  on   the  day  after
purchase, and  gets a loan  on  them.
thus enabling hlm  to carry  them  for.
hia client, on a margin, the Kuropean
broker waits till  settlement day.    On j
settlement day the ileal may be completed by the transfer of the stork, orj
It may be carried over until nexl settlement, and  so on until the trader,
realizes Ills  profit or takes hJH  loss.'
This Is "term business" or future bun -j
Inessi and In principle it is Identical
with  the American  system of selling
and  buying grain  for future delivery.*
Would Prohibit All Dealing.
Germany's     antl-BpeOUlatlon     party |
wants to prevent, nil such tsttn and future  business  In   grain,  and  also    In
stocks and shares,   in 1896 ths   ('cm-!
Borvatlve-Agrarton   got     through   a
bourse law, which practical)- forbade!
such dealing. The law made It. Illegal
to deal In grain futures; In transactions for future delivery or slocks In
corporations with a smaller capital
than $5,000,000; and In stocks of mining and manufacturing corporations,
All trading In futures was made il
legal except where tlle parties were
entered up In adanvoe, ns traders of
this class In a special stock exchange
SaM **l* I* 1M4 rati..**.     Bf ���II Ui
��� ���(.but is>sb n. laci*. it**.
tiH KDMUNO B   OSLEH. M P , >�����! *> lit i.r W   D   MATTHIWi. viCt PfUfciOtNT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
Capital Paid up
Heserve Fund and Undivided Profits
A Savings Department
Is conducted at every Branch o! Ihe Bank where deposits ol $1.00
anl  upwards  are   leceived  and Interest at current rates added.
ll is a sale and convenient depository lor your money.
33 Hours to Prince Rupert
MONDAYS    12 midnight for Prince  Ilupert,  Stewart.
Tt'KSDAVS    1- midnight for Vlctorlu and Seattle.
THURSDAYS���11 midnight for Prince Kupert, Qranby Pay.
SATURDAYS���11  midnighl for Victoria and Seattle.
FRIDAYS    Vi midnight. Oct 31st,   Nov,   H-28,   for   Queen   Charlotte
Islands (Direct Service.)
MONDAYS    IL1 midnight, Nov. 849 for  Masset, vin  I'rlnce Ilupert.
Mondays and  Thursdays  steamers  make elose connection  at   I'rlnce
Rupert  with (Irand  Trunk Pacific trains for Terrace, New Ilii7.e|.
ton and Smithers;  mixed service   Ironi   SnilllierB   to   Pose   Lake
(Mile iliio.l
Tickets to nil points east and to   Europe,     Any   rail   and   steamship
II. (1. SMITH, C. P. & T. A.
5_7 (Iranvllle Street, Vancouver.
\V.   D,   nill'EHOW.  O.   A.   P.  D.
1 hono Private Exchange 8184
Our Interior Finish is manufactured from timber specially selected for Flat drain
We are nlso specializing In Fir Doors with Veneered Panels,
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Msnsgsr. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1913.
PAQK fltVtft
nv. emus
Aftermath   of   French   Army   Manoeu-
vcn.���Siyn of Government's
I ails, Nov. !��. The aflermath nt the
Freiiih army inaiioeuveis, wltli tin*
dramatolc dismissal or five generals on
lhe n commtadaUon of the French gen-
craUsslmo, General loffre, is an un-
expected  prelude to the  reopening of
parliament, whieh took place on No
Vember 4 That sueh a drastic ineas
���lie sbOUld he taken at sueh u moment, with Hie en operatin or the minister uf war, Is a fresh sign of the
present government. Military affairs
have UnSBldom provided a pretext for
upsetting the powers that be. and It
Is only a eouple of years Since the
Miuiln cabinet toppled over because
lhey eould not eoine to u decision aa
to the appointment of u roiniuiiiuler In
ill lef, M Ktlenne, bow ever, is re-
solved that the present affair shall
have no sueh conseiluences, and has
announced that he will allow no Inter
pollution to he made on the subject In
lbe Cbaplber of deputies.
Public opinion htnnir.lv approves
the decision to 101111111011 (leneral Fan-
rle, one of the dismissed generals, before a council of itniufry lo answer to
the charge of Insubordination as a se
qua] to the letter he wrote to the minister of war before receiving the official news of his dismissal. In Ihe latter he lava lhe blame for the mistakes
made In the manoeuvers on (leneral
i'homer, bis commander-in-chief, and
complains that bis dismissal Is the re-
suit of political Intrigue. The other
disgraced generals are (leneral Het-
set ot tto- list division; (leneral Cour
bebatsse, military governor ol Lyons;
Brigadier-General Alba,   commanding
the 72nd brigade, and (leneral Frag-
nol, commanding the 17th army corps
Oeneral Joffre, who has held the
position ot coinmunder-ln-chler In time
of wa", Ir a sort of Preach Kitchener
with in inflexible will and any amount
of ability, and a keen love for his
prof..������slon.     lie   began    bis    military
Ons That Wss Mads s Heroine In Spite
ef Herself.
Tliere nre  few   countries  Hint  have
DOt ut one time or another bad women
soldiers in tbeir ranks���either in disguise or openly incepted despite lhelr
sex. Kngland. France and llermiiuy
luive nil Imd military heroines. Germany, wblcb traditionally demands of
Its women only softness and domesticity, has neverllieless bnd Its full share,
due of them, Kleonore I'rochnska, had
saved her wngoH as a cook to buy her
man's equipment   in her in.-i battle,
when   slot-tiling   some   lu-lulita   under
heuvy (lie. she snatched a drum from '
a    fallen    Frenchman   and    beat   the
cbnrge as she advanced.
"You enn sew, cook, wnsh, sing nnd
BbOOt better than any of us." snld tbe
eomrndu nt ber side admiringly, "nud
now It seems you can drum tool"
A moment Inter she was uiortiilly
wounded. As she fell sho called to the
nearest officer, wltb s dying flush uf
pride nud humor:
"Lieutenant. I'm a girl!" ���
Another girl. Anna I.ubrlng. only
eighteen, wns traced, nnd chinned by
her father after she hud enlisted, but
bsr captain refused to dismiss so fine
11 soldier.
A young dressmaker. Sophia Kruger.
wlio mnde her own uniform before en  j
listing, won the Iron Cross for bravery, i
Mnrlu Werder. a farmer's wife, serv- 1
ed. undiscovered, wltb her husband and
was   promoted   to   be  11   sergeant,   ul
though be relnylued s private.
An amusing contrast to these genu
Inely   gallant   women   Is   afforded   by
Jeiuiinia   Stegen.   who  quite  by   nccl- |
dent   won   11   reputation   for   heroism j
she uud 11 companion, Caroline Burger.
Socialist Elected.
Bchenoctady,  NY.,   No\.   P.   Louis
A. Wash, a so ami'.er, Bald to be un
1 ral   ���* clal   1    bar id  1.  tni
lllll'   .      .il.l'.l .,,      V. Ill        .1;     ume 1,1!,. ,
bere uu jan, l,   Hu at     1    onlj ���>���,
1 lallst elected bere,
What They}
Heard    I
t The Result of Idle i
Curiosity >:
gets a divorce." Shuddered Fanny
wicks, wiih a sentimental sigh over
the grave of dead romance.
"Marty again most likely."
"Why. Mrs Sayles, you don't mean
fo say she's got her eye on unylsHly'.'"
"Tliere was llut (all, dark uian
lhal iii iiu- by stage one morning when
her liiisliund WUS awny. She kissed
blm.    1 saw her."
"It was her brother," explained the
minister's wife
"Mrs   Wright. boW do you know?"
".She told llie so"
"Oh. she lohl you so!"
"And I expect be leads n gay lire
lu lbe elty. Them brokers nre beie,
there uiul nowhere ull the time, nr
course 1 mean Mr. Pendleton, uut tlm
other limn."
"Tlie olher mnn. How dreadfully
romantic:" sighed Funny Wicks
"I think We belter bnve some refreshments HOW," said Mrs. Wright
nervously, ami for ouce In her colorless life sbe used rare diplomacy lu selecting her helpers.
Wltb   Mil tie  Loomls.   Fa uny  Wicks,
1 Mrs.   Beebe.   Mrs.   Sayles   und   Kllen
Spencer ull  cutting cake and passing
lemonade and plates, there wus llttlo
'ibe I'eiidletous' telephone bell Jingled sharply, ami along Lhe rural line
live receivers were steultblly lifted to
us tunny curlOUS ears.
"Thut you. Bonnie?" came Jack Pendleton's voice. I c.[iunce tor tt���,He informers to udd to
"Ves." responded Mrs. Pendleton.       ( (he stream or gossip tbey bad started.
"I'm bringing 11 friend home to din*   Indeed, the stream (lowed briskly along
tier.    Will It be all right, dear?" i uud was threatening to become a tloisl
"Yee-s."    Mrs. Pendleton's voice did   of senudnl when tbe side door opened
sound doubtful.    "Tbere Isn't u thin-.'   ��<���-��� Mr��   ""sh trotted briskly lu uud
tu eat lu the house, but I cuu"���
"Never mind. then. We'll dine In
town and come dowu afterward," said
.luck lu 11 disappointed toue.
"If you don't bring him home." protested Bonnie. "I'll never speak to yuu
again, .lack Pendleton, nnd"���
"Hang up along the Hue there!" bei-
were caught by chance In the lighting I |o(Vt;(j J.^  with sudden Intuition tbat
lines at the battle of Luneherg    Curo j ���,���   ���,nrXorm.iui*ii  wus  interesting  bis
line flit) to what cover she conld Uud. ! rur|l| n��*>i-"liLK_r_i
tore off her apron and began  binding
tlle   hurts  of   lhe   wouutled   whu   bad
crawled there nlso.
Jn!i"n J
tore off lu-r npron nlso nud begnn tu
fill It. fur she mistook Ibein for roulciitiv
of coin A panning oflicer supposed
naturally she was currying ammunition tu the front 11 ml gave her orders
where  to   take   It.   orders   which   she
career  at   IS,   served   in   the  Franco-1 dared   not   disobey.     Aprouful   nfter
apronfiil of cartridges she cnrrled-and j
the next duy round herself acclaimed |
a heroine!
Her apron wus tied to n staff nnd
borne proudly nt the bend of the regt
meut. Meu cheered ber. tlie king
praised her. nnd she sat ut Ills rlghl
bund at u banquet l-iiter she married
and was lionized by the fasbiousble
ladles of B��rlln.-l.ondon Tiitler,
Prussian war, arid commanded a hat
tiry of artillery during the siege of
Paris. The record of hls achieve
menu as recorded In the military
"Who's Who?" comprises the completion of the organization of Mada
gascar. where hn was governor for
throe years service in IndoChlna.
elc. Altogether France is to be congratulated on lhe possession ot 11 gen
eral who may be relied on to shoulder
responsibility and carry out nncer.snry
reforms,   regardless   of   personal   con
Spcjses of Alleged Eigamist Get Together for Mutual
Montreal. Nnv. 9. "You may come
and live with me until Ihe trial is
ended,' 'ssld alleged wile number
three or Alfred Turner to wile number two In the police court yesterday-
There wbb a scene In the office of
the police court when the two women
met to iIIbcuss the situation. The
marriages eer! If tea ten were handed to
High Constable St. Mars, and Alfred
l-ovctt Turner. Bl years old. of 893
St. Lawrence boulevard, was locked In
the cells.
Turner was arrested on St. Lawrence boulevard by Deputy High Constable Cyr on  a charge of vagrancy-
tut down iu ber empty chair.
Her little bluck eyes sparkled maliciously, and sbe funned herself with
a bluck mittcueil hand as she talked.
"Thought I'd get bere lu time for a*
bite to eut.    Mlttie. Is that poundcake?
Weil. Jest give uie tbe eud piece; I like
It best.    Aud. yes,  I'll take teu. Mrs.
Wright.     I/et   the   young   folks   bare
Uer middle nged companions uucon-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sclously bridled nt being classed among
80 live receivers were noiselessly re-' the younger generation, und so n feel-
stored  to  tbelr books,  and  five good   Ing of good fellowship was established
housekeepers, pink or race,  but with ; when Mrs. Bush dropped a bombshell
PJ'ltig 11 fcenp of cn_rtridges, | ,,,-������.���; ejB% weut buc|i ,��� t|)e,r p,.u. I ^ ^ s^
sale duties. - -I SaW Mrs. Pendleton nt ber front
The Pendlctons concluded their con ' gate, and I told her whnt you all was
Venation, und pretty Bonnie explained 6ayiug nbout her," observed Mrs. Bush
to her adoring husbund tbnt she bad   coolly.
not planned anything to ent tbut duy;    There wns a moment of brenthless
because. If he  would only  remember.' horror, nnd Ave pairs of eyes sturted
be  had  Invited   her  to  dine  iu  tuwu ��� ~\_ guilty fear.   Mittle Loomls fuuud
with blm uud go to the theater after ' her tongue first,
ward, nnd nbsentnilnded Jack ruefully ,     "Aunt Louisa, you never did!"
acknowledged bis guilt ..j ju    | wanted to find out If there
They were newcomers In Dnyvllle was n word of truth In the bull tblug
nnd fresh from tbe big city, where I or whether fulks had been llsteulng ou
one's neighbors' business is cot of thej n,e telephone iigaiu."
slightest Interest, uud they were some- j There were Ave feeble protests, and
wbnt bewildered by the uliuost svld nve pink faces were tbe cynosure of
curiosity displayed by tbelr new uc : ���u erem.
quutotnuces in the little village. M���   j,,,,,, wcnt on mercllessly:
So Bonnie worked busily all day long I .., told ,)er nU(1 she My*g_ .Mrg. |,whi
preparing uu appetizing repast for ber' , ^ ������,������.��� tbuse eood goggip,, haie
husband nnd bis business friend, wblle | u^n uBlellmB along tbe telephone Hue.'
No Tills Pegs In Early Books.
Tbe idea uf u title page did not oc
cur lo the early printers     "The nooks
ivns not generally adopted until ltft>
years later. The eurly piiiiciuatlou
was very simple, consist 1111; of nn ob
dipie line and 11 full stop One "I the
tlrst  lamks to Intnsliice the colon and
London's Gunpowder Alley.
The   city   coroner,   wlio   eoniuiented
upon  the "funny" name of ijiiinaiw
der alley  (off Shoe luuei nnd
nevertheless hnve hennl of the pm-t
Lovelace, who died lo the alley iwo
yenrs liefore the restoration. The
lodging In whicli be died wns n miserable one. but probably seemed to the
,,    ,        .       ,   , .        -___.._-.-... |ss>r poet released from prNon 11 gluri-
He ��, hurried to police headquarters j ,,,,���   ,���,������.,.   flir   ���,   ���,���   pHtaJjm*
Hy 3 o'clock the society meeting wns   t0���-s  urulher.  nnd   he  showed   ine a
In full swing, nud the Pendletoiis' uf j picture of his wire snd children; bnd
fairs were umde tbe subject of dlscUH I lt |��� _,-_, le��t pocket.   They're ull com'
s'oo. I iuK Up to spend two weeks pretty soon.
^^^^^^^1  "I hear tliey make n terrible mess of   go   where's  your   romance  about   the
nut��� of Intern tl..n snd'esclnmntlun I *"'t,lnl-' ���""����������" "M Mr9  Henry Beebe j otber msn. Fanny Wicks?   Fiddled.*!"
waa s "I tantlua" printed ��l �� mun |     "l>��"'t ��*��� "lo"��- *"'���'" wheezed Mrs ,    The silence wns profound, while Mm.
asterv nenr Home In Hi;',.-Imprint.       I ,,u"" '���keptlciill.v. | Bush told the members of tbe sewing
*^���-^��� "I don't wonder, her lielng the bouse 1 society all about Mrs. Pendleton's busy
keeper   she   Is."   suld    Mrs.    Charlie! day    preparing    for    tbe    uoeipeeted
Hajla* | guest.    She nlso related how she ber-
"And him such a poor provider.    I ; 8elf bnd poked nn Inquisitive nose Into
ezpect he duu't earn euough to keep | tiie I'eiidletou piiutry end hnd seen 11
  ���_.,.��� ���..,,���, ���r ,.   DU1V ' ���"""   ","1   ,*,dv   tugether."   wns   Kllen ��� goodly store of entnblea tbere. and she
ed that be Had neier beard or It. muy I S|K,|1.vrN unmeant remark.
"They're both pretty husky looking,
put In Mrs. Bush.
and   when   hrought   before   the   two
women he nearly collapsed.
An application wan made to High
Constable St. Mars for a warrant
charging Turner wltb bigamy, but as
the third marriage took plsce In Ottawa it was decided by Mr. ('orrlveau.
clerk of the crown and peace, to hold
the accused here and make application to the magistrate at Ottawa for
a warrant.
The first marriage certificate handed
to High constable St. Mars was to tbe
effect that Turner had married Mrs.
Km mil Moore in Kngland. on July 28,
1904, ubout a year after tbe death of
hls first wife.
The second certificate was to the
effect that Turner wns married to Miss
Mnrle Anno 1-efebvre, by Rev. Walter
M. I_oucks, In Ottawa, February 26,
Deceived. She Saya
The woman who says she Is wife
No. 3 (Marie Anne l_efebvre) told
High (Vnstablo St. Mars that Turper
had represented to her that he was n
widower. He showed her the death
certificate of his first wife, Bho said.
The other Mrs. Turner, who was
Miss Kmina Moore, said her husband
had three children living by his first
wife. A married daughter realded In
Preston. Ont., a daughter, aged 20,
In Toronto, and a son In Bngland.
Turner, ahe said, had sent her
money from time to time after his
marriage with Miss Lefebvre and had
tried to persuade her to remain ln
Kngland. ^^^
MIsb Lefebvre said she would apply
to tho civil courts ��t Ottawa to have
her marriage with Turner annualled.
Meanwhile the two women will live
together in the Bt. Lawrence boulevard house.
enough already to bsve written thut
"Stone walls do not a prison mnke '
In this alley also lived the notorious
astrologer. Lilly, the Kldrupbel ol
"11 iidilu 11s "-London Chronicle.
translated Mrs Pendleton's remark to
her husbund ss being tbe exaggeration
of a good housekeeper  when sbe ex
But she was Ignored  by the news I pects <i'om pnuy-cot hi ng In the bouse
A Curt Fee Hiccups.
Fill n glass tumbler wllh clear, cold I
wnter nnd phn-e un n table. Then let
the pntietil stand where he or sbe can
look directly Into the glnss mid Ht the
attention ulsmt the center of the bottom uf ihe glass ror about a minute,
when tlle patient wlll Hnd tbut the
hiccups have entirely dlsniqienred
This bus been known to cure the most
violent cases nr this iincumforlabie disorder-London Fnuilly Herald.
ft- Is hard work tt wark hard, and
the wajerlty ef ua weald rather let
father In-law do It
Getting Into the swim hns a lot to
do with comfort during the bealed
In spite of all the dictates of rush
Ion one can see by taking n stroll duwn
any street tbnt fut persons tun ent
gone ont of style a bil.
Doubtful methods don't Imik so nnii
when yon are on the ��hle ibu wm
���nd have your eye Ufed un lbe *-i>iit'*<
Te Make Vinegar.
Bnre Ihe parings and cores of apple*
snd put them in 11 Jnr with warm water enough to more thnn cover them
Set In n wn rm pluce for several dsys;
then strain and add one pint of uus
Issses to n gallon uf the water. Put In
A jur. tie n 1 bin cloth over It. keep In
n wnrm place nml In s few weeks this
wlll be good vtuegiir.-Nstluual Msga-
Different Prepocition.
"Wbst Is the object of your society?"
"To   prevent  gambling   nuiuug   is
men." ,
"Nonsense.   It can't he done."
"Certainly gambling can be stopped."
"Humbling?   I thought you said gabbling."-Louisville Courier-Journal.
0 rounds.
"Haa your husband given yon grounds
for divorcer" ssked tbe woman whu Is
alwaya eager to sympathize.
"Tea." replied tbe one whose mind
is on alimony, "Plenty of grounds,
but I'd rather bave some regular real
estste."-\Vasblngton Star.
One of tbe moat rare kinds of courage Is the courage to wait,-St. Louie
U lobe- Democrat
Stole Diamond Ring,
Calgary, Nov. 9.���Karl Graham
alias Blue Jones, was found guilty of
thc theft of a diamond ring valued at
<S00, by Mr. Justice Walsh In the
criminal assize court and was sen*
tenood to three years,
bringers. '
"I've heard that be treats ber dreadfully." slmiiered Miss Fnnny Wlrks.
who bad luens of ber own regarding
the perfect married life.
"I beurd tliey was going to sepn-
rnte." snld Mlttie Ixximls.
After tbut tongues clacked more
busily than tbe ueedles flashed.
Tbe Pendletoiis wuuld bave been
quite stunned with surprise If tbey
hud known bow Intimately tbelr tif-
lairs were knowu aud discussed hy
Ihelr neighbors.
"Talks to ber like a dog." asserted'
Fnnny Wicks.
"If bis bed sln't made before he
takes tbe train or If bis dinner Is 11
mite lute." added Mrs. Charlie Sayles.
with relish. "And. being tbe poor
housekeeper she Is. I guess It keeps
him dinging ut ber nil tbe time."
"No woman wlll atund tbst for
lung." snld Mrs. Henry Beebe. whu
ruled her little husbund. with an Iruu
bund minus the velvet glove.
".lust think of there being days when
they dou't Imre 11 bite to eat!" put lu
Kllen S|iencer. "I wonder If It 'twould
be 1111 Insult tu give 'em a dountlon."
"If they're going to sepnrate they
won't Iliank ttnybiKly for giving 'em s
party," remarked Mlttie Loomls.
"That's so. But I wonder what we
can do. I don't like to feel that there's
anybody In our midst tbal's suffering
fur food wbeu I have a-pleuty," twittered Funny.
"Nu mure do I," said Mra. Charlie
Kay lea thriftily. "I've got some canned fruit that's not going to keep.
Lund knows whnt got loto It! I.could
leave It there unbeknownst to her."
"She might guess who 'twas tbst
never hnd no lurk with canned stuff,"
whispered Kllen Spencer to Mlttie
Old Mrs. Bush bad aald "Fiddlesticks!" three times aud "Rush!" twice,
but no oue took the slightest notlre of
her. Presently she folded up her work,
implied II Into her black sateen work-
bag und got up to go.
"Why. Aunt Loutaa. yon ain't never
going now? Why. we're going lu
hnve refresHmenta," protested Mlttie
"I can't stay." aald Mra. Bush acidly,
"I've gut things ta do tbat bav* to he
did." and she marched off wtth an air
of deeply offended dignity, and tha
half frightened pleading of tba minister's meek little wife waa of oo avail.
"I wonder what she'll do wbea ahe
to ent.
Then Mrs. Bush told nnotber secret
Mrs. Pendleton hnd given lier |ieriuls-
slon to tell them, and it was the sort
of secret that nil women nre tnierestisl
In. It brings tender smiles to ttielr
Itpe and 11 wnrm maternal llutlit In the
eyes, eveu to the eyes of smli splnsiers
aa Mittle Ixtoiiiis und Fannie Wicks.
"Vou can alUuake It up to Mrs. Pendleton by fixing something for llle little uew baby Unit's ex|iected." said
Mrs. Bush, her sharp voire softening
wonderfully under tbe Influemv ul tins
magical topic. "Now. what can yuu
do. Mittle?"
"A knitted carriage rube, blue and
white." wild Mittle eagerly. "It'll lie a
lot of work, but I don't mind."
"I aball crochet three pairs of little
shoes," snid Kllen Spencer. "I know
a pretty new imlteni."
"And you. Fanny Wicks?" asked
Mrs. Bush sharply, ror Fanny liked 10
write poetry In ber spare moments and
waa not fond nr work In any form.
"Bibs," aald Fnuny dreamily, "sis
little embroidered bibs. I saw some
patterns In tbe fashion sheet lhl*
month. They were so rute I waa wishing I kuew some little one to make
tbem for."
"I shall embroider a pillowslip." said
Mra. Charlie Sayles briskly, snd "ue
could almost ae* tlw beautifully worked pattern tbst would result fram het
"1 wlll make a cap." said Mra. Beebe.
her Bind busy with tha details of thla
Interesting needlework.
"Then, when everything's done. I
guess we might bar* a kind et Itttla
party for Mra Pendleton and gtve 'em
to her. I eipect she wlll like that
kind of a donation." aald old Mni.
Buah. and she had forgotten tu ha
snappish, and her black eyea beamed
Well, tt la a fact tbat now. when th*
Pendletons' telephone bell rings, all
the receivers en tbat Hue remain <>���
tbelr respective hooka, hnt tbe live
sulwrlbera alwaya looa a bit ami me
and say:
"I hope nothing M tba matter ��1IS
that bie*s��_ babrr*
Another Arbitration Treaty.
Waahlnitoa. Nor. ��.���Secretary W-
J. Bryan announced yeaterday that he
waa negotiating with Denmark a
treaty for arbitration of all questions
arising Including thoae ot national
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We have Miss Scotl with "s
demon8tratUig how flno a soup
can In* made from Kdwards'
Soup Tablets. The aoup, ft nice
uiul very Inexpensive, Helling al
only, iii-i' pkg. 5c*
She will nl;*"' I i'i' vou about
the Rood qualities Ol Hi'- Sauce.
Sold bere at per bottle 25c.
Crossed fish sardines. Worth
more, but selling here at 2 tins
for 25c.
foam in and sample a cup of
Model Grocery
308 Sixth St. Phone 10012.
Burnaby Branch:
2nd St. and 15th Ave.
Local News
rour  Lonelies.
Remarkable    qi * teneas    prevailed
rti   ih    police depai nl  during  the
I, .,.!.,   . ...' .   ��� mr  ilninks  of   the
garden varletj being scheduled to ap-
,., . |   Magi trate Edmonds this
Have you seen the $150 diamond
ring Gifford is giving away ?    (2870)
No   Official   Notification.
Tl b case againat Martin i'owell,
tbe alleged bank robber, may or may
not come up at the special assize court
oalled tor November 84. No official
notification haB been received In local
eli i circles nor by Sheriff Armstrong,
Oet  yonr skates sharpened al  Ceo.
Speck's, 6_. Columbia street.      t2_5-i
In Aid of Church.
A whist drive will be held under
the auspices of St. Stephen's chureh,
Burqultlam, In the agrlcullural hall,
Austin road, on the evening of November IH. The proceeds will be devoted to the church.
We Have
Money to
Loan on
Property must be well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For full particldars
call at our office and let
us know what you require.
Dominion Trust
The Perpetual Trustee.
Paid   Up Capital  and
Surplus $ 2.800.000
Assets   4.973,983.05
Trusteeships Under
Administration over   6,000,000
Trustee     for     landholders over     25,000,000
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
Offices ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster! Nanalmo,
r.-ilr-ry, Itegina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottetown, London. Eng.;  Antwerp, Belgium.
Now Westminster
606 Columbia  Street.
Upen   Saturday   Evenings   from
7 to 9.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the
insurance man. AU kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
Want Cheaper Grain.
The members of Burquitlam Farmers' Institute will meet ln tlie agricultural hall, Austin road, this evening,
for the purpose of discussing the
means of securing cheap grain for
use by poultry breeders. At the present time only the higu grade and expensive grains are obtainable by the
Skating boots and skates for ladies
and gentlemen at Geo. It. Speck's, 626
Columbia street. 12352)
With every t'i purchase you get a
chance on the $1,10 diamond ring. T.
Gifford,  the  jeweler. (2370)
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
City  Store    193 and  443
Sapperton   Branch    373
West End Branch   650
Sometimes We Forget
Just how this world of ours
has progressed In the last few
years. Don't you remember the
old candles or tamps; now electric illumination or the water
from the well and now brought
right into your kitchen through
miles of pipe?
The store, and especially the
grocery store, has evolved from
the small country store of limited space and merchandise into
the large, clean shop of t he
present day, Its shelves stocked
with hundreds of different edibles from all parts of the world.
Pay us a visit at our main
store,  681  Columbia  Street.
We sell "Little Darling" Hose
in all sizes al 2Sc. pair. Our
Btock ill lhis well known hose is
complete in every size and color
Including white, pale blue, pink,
red, iau ami black. At this
store you can buy the choice of
"Little Darling" ami "l.iitle
Daisy" stockings for ihe children, in each ami every slse at
McAllisters' Priee. per pair 25c.
The New Westminster
" ���-
Department   Store
Dig drop lu  prin' of  Ml tirill
from $8.60, reduced to $6.50.
11  works on  any  lamp socket
nml fully guaranteed   for   rive
years; can be used for broiling,
boiling, frying or toasting   win
toast four slices of bread at once
For Our Bi�� Opening Sale
Association Day.
To the meeting of men at the Y. M.
C. A. yesterday afternoon at the association building. Arthur E. Ethering-
ton, of the faculty of Columbian College, spoke on "Brotherhood," show
ing how all men had much In common
and how each should assist the other
in life. Yesterday was the conclusion of the world-wide week of Intercession by the association and was
known as "Association Day."
Fred Davis will sell by public auction (absolutely without reserve 1 on
the premises of Mrs. Johnson at 317
Fifth avenue, the contents of her well
appointed residence, on Tuesday next,
November 11, 1513, at 1:30 p.m. sharp.
This will be a sale of great importance us Mrs. Johnson is leaving New
Wesiminster for the Old Country, and
every article must be sold regardless
of price offered. Thn furniture la all
of the highest class and nearly new.
and will be on view Monday, November 10, 1913, and morning of gale.
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the B. C. Transport Co.,
Ltd., 505 Westminster Trust building.
Office phone 826, wharf pbone 880.
Regular General Meeting.
The regular general meeting of the
local Council of Women will be held
in St. Stephen's church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The executive met
at St. Stephen's on Saturday afternoon for the purpose of transacting
general business.
For Sale--Complete restaurant set
Including one large range, tables,
chairs, dishes, etc., for Bale very
cheap. Koyal Mercantile Co., 61 Sixth
street. (23S1I
!��� re sh Chrysanthemums, special sale
today, corner Columbia and Ixirne
31 reels, Davlea Ai Son. Florists (2380)
Ready for Occupation.
The homes  for the assistant  medical   superintendent,   chief
Sapperton   Ratepayers.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Sapperton Ratepayers' Association
will be held In the Methodist Hall.
Keary street, on Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock. The forthcoming civic elections will be the main topic of discussion.
Ice skating under the most favor-
engineer able conditions can be obtained at
and other heads of departments of the the rink every afternoon and evening.
EsBondale asylum are almost ready 1 Special instructions given to begin-
for  occupation.      The  houses,   which  nerc. 2387
are artistic appearing structures, are I
situated close  to  the  Pitt  river  road
in the asylum  grounds.
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ram
say. Eighth and Carnarvon strepts
Phone  586.
New White  Rock  School.
With  the awarding of the contract
. for a two roomed school-house at Croy
__��. .! '"!.  ."?'  ._e.;"n,'.._and��� !!"*" :-*'���<- Wlshart, the people of White Rock
' "  "    '"'" "        'will   soon   be  provided   with   excellent
educational facilities. The new build-
(2863) ir,/~ Hill displace the present small
one-roomed school, which was built
Skating sessions every afternoon I HOme years ago by the settlers. The
and evening at the Queen's Park , new building is expected to house up-
Arena. Afternoon session opens at wards of one hundnd pupils, between
3^ o'clock. Evening from 8.15 to 10 sixty and seventy of which are now
o'cick. 2387     awaiting accommodations.
Arrest Alleged Forger.
An alleged cheque artist who is said
to hav,.' carried on extensive op.-ra-
110ns in Vanco-Uter, was picked up by
Detective Burrows on Saturday and
turned ov<>r to the Terminal City police. Tin accused was staying at a
local hotel all of lasi. week.
liig reduction in millinery all tills
month at Silvester ,v  Macdonald.
Two instructors paying special attention to beginners will be at the
rink, commencing from today. Admission   40   cents. 2389
Arrange for Dance.
A meeting of the entertainment
committee of the West Coquitlam
Conservative Association will be held
at the home of Ceo. Alderson, North
Road, on Monday evening next, fur
the purpose of completing arrange
nums for the dance to be held on
Friday   evening.   November   21.
Expert skiite sharpening and riveting in Oscar Swausoon's, 13 Begble
'street. (2369.
Money to loan on first mortgages,
I Improved city and farm property, 9
j i-i t c .-nt.  Alfred  W.  MeLeod    (2387)
Coast Sealed Oysters
Per Pint 50c
Per Quart    -    -    -    - $100
Crescent Oysters
Per Dozen     ...    -   35c
(Successor lo Ayling & Swsln.)
AA1 Columbia St. Phone 98.
Something for the Ladies
Wo have now In stock a line of Genuine Weller Ware. This Is
a baked fin-proof ware with a White Porcelain lining and for baking
and mixing ii is the finest article you can use
COVERED BAKING DISHES lor Hoston Beans, Macaroni and
Cheese. Scalloped Tomatoes, Puddings, and In fact fur baking any
thing where well baked food is desired, It has no equal; 6 in. size
45c, 8 in. size 75c, 12 in. size $1.35.
5 in. size $1.25; 6 In. size $1.50; 7 in. size $1.75.
PORCELAIN LINED MIXING BOWLS���8 in. size 50c, 10 in. size
$1.00; 12 in. size $1.35.
New Westminster.
Phone  .r,9.
Pigs $1.00 Each
Short Term Loans
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
This opening sale starts its second week on Monday with better values and even lower prices than
ever before. Every department gives it's best inducements to secure your business. Be it a few yards of
goods in our dry goods, or to furnish your home complete, this sale will save you money on every purchase.
Get acquainted with our values, come in and see our newly-arranged store, and we assure you that you will
be very agreeably surprised.
oSw^epJStSent Bargains in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
_Oc.   JAP   MATTING,   15c.
A new  delivery of useful Japanese
Mattings  Just  to  hand   In   pretty  designs.    This Is a regular 20c. quality.
Special  for this sale,  per yard  15c.
SPECIAL  30c  _ ,,  i%, _w  .,
A fresh delivery of new patterns in   ���_*-^_^*^ reguiaT a's MghM Wol' for
our regular 3f>c. oilcloth just received.
This   quality   Is   well   known   for   Its
hard    wearing    merits  for  those  re-
TO $6.00 FOR $3.75.
On going through our waist stock we have set aside a number of lines
In silk, net, and lingerie waist i Of these tliere ls only oue of a size,
but they are all new, fresh, clean waists for the present season's wear.
They have all veen grouped together Into cue bin lot and will be found
on table In our Heady-to-Wcar Department   Vou can pick any waist on
Have you seen  the new  utility  garment?    It slips on and off like a
quiring  new  oil  cloth   for  kitchen  or   rtnuiJif,'.r)r,,a(,tr(| (.,mt, an(j two buttons put It In readiness.   The wearer
hall can during this sale save oc. on
every square yard; regular 35c. yard
Sale price, per yard 30c.
36x72 JAP MATS, REGULAR 35c.
Just the thing to Bavep your better
can dress to receive company In exactly ulne seconds, and when properly fastened no under garments are visible. It comes In many
styles and materials. Let us demonstrate these to you In our Heady
to-Wear Department ont'.ie first floor.   They are on sale at. .. $1.75
carpets  where  the  treaif is  heaviest, Some very pretty evening coats are on Kale In our Ladles' Ready to-
or to slip down on muddy days is one Wear Department    These are made lu fine quality broadcloth, In all
of these Jap Mats.   They always look colors, many prettily trimmed in embroidered silks ami  silk lined. A
new and clean and it is next to impu.i number of these have been grouped together for a special  price and
sible   to   wear  them   out.    Tliey   sell each and every garment In the Selection will he a real bargain,   lf you
regularly for :-ir,c apiece.    During this are needing an evening coat this will he au Ideal time to make chol'
sale, special 25c
Special   for
Women's warm, ribbed Winter Underwear, In both white and natural,
vests and drawers. These garments are well shaped and made In
ample sizes and would readily sell [or 66c a garment. During tills sale
you can get your winter underwear Ln any size. Actual value fine a
garment   Sule price, a garment  45c
Plain green, green and cream and in
all cream odd shades that have accumulated In our big stork and as
we need the room we are putting
them all out to he cleaned up at a
price. If you need to renew a window
shade, just bring the size along and
see if there is one In this lot lhat will
Cream   or   Oreen   Cashmere Cloth;
regular 75c.    Sale price 65c.
Itegular    $1.2.1    and     $1.50.      Sale
price $1.00.
Itegular $1 15.   Sale price 85c
Itegular $1 00     Sale price 75c
l(.'gular "Tic.    Sale price 50c
Idgular $1_5.    Sale price $1.CO.
Regular $1.00.    Halo price 75c
Itegular 85c.    Sale price 65c.
Regular 75c.      Saie price 50c
Special in Folding Couches.
Steel folding Davenport Couches.
fully upholstered; regular $211.50. for
Framed Pictures.
We are closing out aboul fifty
framed pictures, suitable for den. dining room or parlor. These will be
marked   about   half   the   usual   prices.
Special  Values in Damask
FOR  $1.45.
suit you. Vou can buy any window Soft Whit" flannelette Nightgowns, made from the best quality Bug-
shade in the assortment irrespective lish flannelette, daintily trimmed, full and long, and made In all sizes
of former price and value at 30c These nightgowns were bought to sell In the regular way at $17.. eaeb
A BARGAIN  IN CARPET SQUARES,   During this sale, special price   $1.45
REGULAR^$875.g8PECIAL $, .Q AN[J $_ _Q TA|L0RED 0RESS SKIRTS, $5.75.
Size 9x9  feet, most  wanted sizes In One of the best bargains In this sale is this lot of Tailored Dress Skirts.
the home today.    We have a  special Many of Uiem are made in good quality mannish serge, others in smart
lot   uf   Brussells    finished     Tapestry tweeds and gray wool coatings.   Ihese skirts were made from the ends
Hugs In some excellent colorings and of cloth from one of the best ladies' suit manufacturers In Canada, and
designs.   These are special value even to use up these pieces of cloth lert over, be gave us a very special
at $8.76, but opportunity offered US to price.   Many of them are worth i~ 50, and some even aa high as $9.80,
turn   the  bargain  your  way  In   these There ls an assortment of all  Blzes and  there Is a large  variety of
rugs and  you can choose any one  in styles.   Each and every skirt Is a real bargain, and they all go on sale
this assortment for $6.95. at one price.    Kach    $5.75
which   should   be of great   interest  lo
every   housewife
Sl7.e 68x68. regular $1 50. Sale price
Size   6(1x86,     regular   $-.00,       Sale
price $2.00.
Size 7ux88, regular $1! .5 Sale
priee $1.95.
S;ze 70x100, regular $2.50. Sale
price $2.25.
Size 70x90, regular $_.'.7r.. Sale
price $2.45.
Also extra good values In hemmed
and uiiheininedTahle Napkins.
Ladies'  Handbags���A
splendid assort.'ne! t
just arrived In the very-
latest shapes and sizes,
many of ihem leather
lined and nicely fitted
up with leather card
cuse, minor and change
purse, ranging at very
BP6( ial prices, many of
them sample hairs, in
good  condition.    Prices
from    each,   $1.&D   -to
In the interests of this business w
firm of McAllisters, Limited, is
the late business of Messrs. Lee
The premises, stock, fixture
chased outright by McAllisters, L
ited, and this business is now ow
In purchasing this business
Allisters, Limited,
not purchase the accounts and b
ed, and have nothing whatever t
now collecting, nor have we an
of Lees, Limited, accounts, nor a
c must positively state that the
now in no way connected with
s, Limited.
s and equipment have been pur-
imittd, from Messrs. Lees, Limned and operated solely by Mc-
Messrs. McAllisters, Limited did
ook debts of Messrs. Lees, Limit-
o do with same, and we are not
ything to do with the collection
re thev payable to us at our office
McAllisters, limited.
Bome pretty patterns
are now shown In our
Art Needlework depart
ment; White Muslin
Tea Aprons, stamped In
eyelet designs for
working. These are always acceptable for
Xmas gifts, nnd white
the assartment Is so
fresh and new It Is a
good opportunity for
you to make your selection,    f'rlco each 50c.
Estsbllshed 11.91.
Wa writ* Flre, Life, Accident, Employers'   Liability,
Marina  Insurance.
Automobile   and
Bargains to be
Found in Dress
Goods and Silk
(Rear  Main  Floor)
in  Dress Qooda  we    specialize    In
three lots, and the values ill each line
are well worthy of attention:
LOT ONE is a splendid assortment,
and Includes some splendid hard
wearing cloths su.table for school
dn uses, house dresses, skirts, etc..; a
variety of tweeds and cloths In colors
Of black, wine, tray, hlue, brown,
cream, pink and hlue; values up to
05c;   all  double  width, for, per  yard
LOT -. This line also comprises
serges, Panamas, cashmeres, voiles,
etc, and cloths of either light or of
heavy weight. A variety <f colors.
Widths vary from 11 to 66 Inches, and
Usual values up to 95c per yard. During sale     59c
Lot .'I. Amongst Ihis line will he
found a quality of good and useful
black dress materials and should be
seen for the. quality. Other shades
are In grey, brown, cardinal, blue,
green, navy, rose, cream, blftck and
white, etc. Values up to $1.05. Vour
eholc.o  during sale,  per yard  Mr..
They will soon bo here We want to help you prepare for just
that kind of nights and have pul un sale special values In Quilts.
Comforters, Blankets and Pillows at prices that mean a eut In the
high cost of living in add!! Oil to giving you warmth and comfort
every night of tlie cold weather.
Good heavy white blankets;  size 60x80; regular $8.96, at  $3.75
Fine   wool   blankets;   size   60x80;   tegular   If.uO,   at    ....$4.25
The same quality, size 64x84, a     ml  heavier  weight;   regular $5 50.
al     4      $4.95
Heavy   gray   blankets;   8   lbs.,  size 1)4x84;   regular $4.26, at   $3.95
Heavy grey blankets, all wool, st se 62x82; regular $6.60 at       ,. 15.95
Satin Underskirts In black o dors, cut In the new style for the
shaped sklrlH, finished plain, With fancy niching at the foot. These
underskirta are worth |8.00,    On   Sale   Special   at    $1.95
Satin Underskirts, cut full wllh deep accordion pleated flounce
In a variety of colors,, also In black; worth $:i.!)5. On Sale Special
at           $2.50
We have also Just received a pretty assortment of all silk
Messaline, Taffeta and Satin U idersklrts, 111 a variety of the new
and pretty designs. In plain, tucked and accordion pleated styles.
These are In self colors and pretty color combinations. Specially
priced  to  sell   for    $3.95 to $5.50
A very special purchase of Hlack Sateen Underskirts, Juni to bund for
this sule.   These skirts nre made of best quality Kngllsli sateen, cut In
the new style with shaped  flounce with four rows of five tucks, and
dust frill;  all sizes.    Tin se are Ki-0d value at  $1.25, but nt this Bale
special  at    TSt.
$1.95  BLACK   SATEF.N   UNDERSKIRT8   FOR  $1.25.
New style, soft silk finished Und u-sklrts,  mado  with  .shape.I  top and
deep knee length, aooordeon limited frill.    These skirts are up to the
minute  In  style,  and  are  excellent  value  at $1.95.    Special  for thla
salo  S1.25
Now ihat the skating season
has opened, Sweater Coals are
right in line. Tbe most essential
thing In your skating outfit arter getting good skati'H Is a good
sweater coat.   We are offering
some special bargains In this
llne for this week end. We
have, without a doubt, lhe largest range of sweaters In the
elty, so come and see ours before
At $2.45 This assortment Includes values up to $11.2$, and
they come In red, blue, gray,
slate and brown; al Isizen. All on
sale at   S2.4*t
At $3.95���This lot comes In
slate, gray, blue, red, brown, tan,
khaki and combinations of these
colors. These are our regular
JB.OO llne, and we have all sizes
from 34 to 42.   All on sale
"t   S3.95
At $4.95���There ure Just twenty-
five coats In this special offer
\i)#. They have large roll coIlar��,
nnd are a real heavy, all-wool,
kitted coat. Colors aro gray, cardinal, navy, rod, greon, white
and brown; al lslzes. Theso are
retgular $6.00 coats. All on sale
at  ��4 ,
At $5.95���This lot la onr mnr-
lar $6.76 llne, and we have colors In gray, tan, and navy. They
are extra heavy, all-wool coatB,
with large roll collars.
Get Our Opening Sale
On Furniture and
Z i rnt tec
Special Reduction! on
AU Range* and


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