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The New VS' minster News In
the only mn> g newspaper pub-
llBheii In thf,"-- ity of New Westminster aniV*. .10 rich and fertile
Fraser V.t)**
-UME  8,   NUMBER   63.
NEW WESTBIN6TER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1913.
PRICE  FIVE CENTS
bom ior u. !SIR GEORGE ROSS RINGS KNELL
MU DAV 0f NAm B|ll ||( sm
Movement Is One of Vital
Interest  to   Merchants
and Public.
Next Friday Sees 8tart of Homebrew
Selling and Buying���What It
Means.
T���1��� WARMS UP
BOARD'S DISCUSSION
The    Progressive    association have I
arranged for a I). ('. products day, or
rathei three days, next Friday, Satur
���day  and  Monday, during  which  local
Liberal Leader in Upper Chamber Moves Amendment That, if Carried, Will Render
Measure Inoperative���Liberals Confidently Expect Election���Borden's Toronto
Warning Is Called to Mind and Fate of Senate Is Said to Be Hanging in Balance-
Solid Party Behind Premier.
Ottawa, May 27- "That thla house Ib not Justified in giving its assent to thlB bill until it haB been aubmtted to
the country," Is the form of amendment to the motion for a second reading of the naval bill moved ln the senate
. thlB afternoon by Kir 'Ieorge Hobs, the Liberal leader, and seconded by Senator BoBtock. That the amendment will Edmond., May 27���The Bending of
'be adopted there is no reasonable doubt. The effect of Its adoption by the majority will mean that the bill will Iteeve McGregor on a mission to Lon-
be discharged from the order paper for the BeBslon and, not having been paSBcd by both houses, it will be In-j don, the striking of a tax rate of 20
i operative for the present.    The senate adjourned  without a vote being taken.
Sir George  Hobs spoke from Bhortly after 8  until 4:45.    There wiib a fair crowd in  the cUamber and in th
Twenty Mills on Improved
and Forty on Unimproved
Property.
Reeve  McGregor to Go to  London te
Straighten Out Bond Sale���
Kingsway  Paving.
Question of Heating Agitates School Trustees���Amendment That Was Voted on But Not Disposed of���School
Principal and First Assistant Resign���Another
Gathering This Evening.
Heat was the warm topic at the; Trustee Cross. Trustee Peck voted
special meeting of the school beard j nay and Mra. Gilley did not vote. A.
last  evening  and   before  the  subject | show  of  handB   was  then   called   for
en.
e sbow
! and. although an amendment was put
millB for improved lands and 40 millB , . ,   ,
for unimproved lands and the report: wa? u-6P0B,d ot a l��r"(1 discussion It [and the same majority waa glv
merchant!! wlll see that Fraser vallev I space on the floor of the chamber back of the railing. TheBe included Sir Wilfrid Laurier, wbo listened carefully i 'hat a Blight hitch may have occurred ! J��� y ,?'��me.* ,^L* ���t%-��!__H ��r -T-n,St-ee PeCk- a���Be whlle thl
and  New  WeBtmlnster  products    and   lu  the  speech  throughout,  and  many   members  of  parliament,  who  came  and   went  during   tbe   progress  of  tbe I in connection  with the sale of muni- i       ' ' "  A      '      "' 'l""*"'" "'
manufactured  articles  are    consplcu-1 speech. j clpal   bonds,   formed  the  salient  fea
ously displayed ln their   Bhow   win.
dows and on their counters Tin
public will thiiB have an opportunity
Of realising what can be grown and
produced in the district and manu
factunid  In  the city.
Speaking on  the subject today    a
member of  the   Progressive  association  Baid      'We  earnestly    commend
the movement to   New Weetmlneter
merchants  and   public.     It   ia  cerium
that the business men cannot give the
public  the   best  that     is    procurable
unless the  local   public   patronize  iho
city stores,    ll is equally certain that
the Industries that have been
in    New    Westminster    must      have i
local aupport, or they will not be able I
to pul that energy and vim Into their
���efforts by which alone New Westmin-        , ,,*,.,, ,       .������     , , , ,   ���     ,    ,  , ,  , ���    .    ,
���tar  euo   nrr���K*   _-t_hii-ti   i,.���, ir  ������   '  ""on*    " is stated that be has firmly made up Iub mind, backed by a solid party, that the upper and appointee
...   ii..i.i.    , ... .,i,i���.n   ne. sen   ,,s   b<xly  of tne  (.anadlan  par|lament  |���  no,   t0  he  permitted  to Bet  Itself in  authority  above  the  elected commons. |th<"  ouncil   having  given
d a slight hitch had taken  place
London in regard to the Bale of bonds
which   were   reported   Beveral   weekE
had Baid In a Montreal speech that if bis bill was opposed  he would appeal to the people,
"I am not concerned whether he doeB or not," said Sir  Oeorge,  "but   I   am   concerned   that   legislation   which
comes  to  thia  houv  should  be  In  harmony   with   public opinion.    When  a  bill  arrives  In   this  house  in   regard
to which public opinion Is unsettled, then it is a safe principle to adopt that we should take such action as would, aK�� '" 'he press as having been dis
Bhow what public opinion was."
Look for Election.
Following the developments in the senate today, it la authoritatively reported that the Dominion Libera] head-
"started 1 ''barters here have issued orders to all centres throughout  Canada  to  be  prepared  for  a  general  election  in   the
j very  nenr future,  as it  iB  the intention  of the opposition in parliament to let nothing stand in their way in following  unt  the  program  of  forcing  the   llorden  administration  to  the  country  on  the  naval  question.
From  the  Conservative camp comes  news  equally  as startling     ln government circles it is Btated that i're-
mii r Borden's warning to the Benate. Issued  in his Toronto speech, waa made advisedly and after careful consid
posed of lo a London financial house. I Werc ," 8UCC1esaful,as even the old
This, he thought, was due to a report ?"?. ��,f ,f ,bo,lk'r a"d, " radlator* He
whirl, had gained currency in London ! 8U,,'d V1"' ** Sf*^ 1��"��� De"er
that the municipality was dealing with ' ff��� "      _"�����5f ��* "eW By3~
other parties than its fiscal agents in : tc'm ln any more schools'
the  Kngiish  metropolis, which is un- Resignations,
true. Keeve McOregor will leave im- i Ab foreshadowed in Tbe News a
mediately    for    England    where    he ' few  days ago,  near the close of the
of hands was being taken and commenced to talk.
Dr. Green  had  previously  received!
an urgent call and Btated that be was
compelled to go at once, but, before
i leaving, he emphatically said that he
I had voted fer the amendment.
Trustee  Cross   wished   to   make   a
motion, afterwards admitting that phe
thought  Trustee  Green's  amendment
had been disposed of.
system as in vogue In the new schools. I    "Not so," said Chairman Trapp. 'Tor
The question  wiib  raised  by Trustee '������ 1 have not yet declan d it carried."
Green as to whether the new systems j
ej , hopes   to   Btralghten  out
an  imporant  Industrial  city.
"(lei the spirit;  Bhow the manufac- I
Hirer and the    merchant    that    their
presence and their enterprise are ap-
predated.
"The  employees of these linns and '
companies an-    being    paid    In  New
Westminster and  their  money  ought |
to be spent here.    Unless    we    have
establishments   stores   and   factories
���furnishing employment to our soua
and daughters  we  need  never expect
to  Ilgure  to  any   extent  in  the  commercial  world     Nothing    discourages  Routine
the employers of labor so much aa io
bave Uie general public neglecting
the patronage of their own home
stores and  diverting   their 'purchaser
Into other channels.
"loyally, enthusiasm, and enterprise are the great factors iu the upbuilding uf any community
round ihe home products idea
talk and act aa each knows he ought
to do for the growth and prosperity
of our own city��� New Westminster."
Was Chief Topic.
The chief topic at yesterday's meeting of the Progressive association
was the "Buy Home Products exhibition."
Mr. Darling, BOcretary, reported
(hut ili�� committees engaged In
organising the Bcheme had been very
lf tho senate crosses the purposes of the liouse of commons, the responsibility of such action rests with the Benate
and the fate of the upper chamber, as it exists at present, Ib sealed.
UT HIM HANG AND
WIND YOUR CLOCK
LOCAL   MAN   HONORED.
Kenneth    Myers    Elected    Fellow
cf
Duty    and    Life-saving
Kingston���Penitentiary to Be
Looked  Into.
at
Myers    Elected
R. C. I.
London, May 21 ��� The following Ca- i
nadtana have been elected to the fel- |
Inwihip  of  the  Hoyal  Colonial  insti-
late:
John r Ilarr. Ncrth Battleford; .IaB. *
\V. Beland, Chilliwack; Wm II. Bur- Strikers
a-ett, Vancouver; Ernest A. Cleveland,
Vanoouver; II. Otto Frind, Vancouver; Hon. Sir Lomer Oouln, premier of
Queli, c; Arthur IS. I). Hill, M. Inst.,
O.K., Vancouver; II. H. McCallum, Regina; Chas, D. Mel'herson, Portage la
Prairie;   Kenneth   Myers,  New   West
ARC READY TO GO
BACK TO THC MINE
power to act.
Tax Rate.
The striking of a tax rate of 20 and
40 mills Indicates an increase of 100
per cent over that of last year. The
assessable value of the improved lands
is based at $14,000,000. while that of
wild lands is set at $7,000,000, so that
the owners of tbe latter will pay half
the taxes, although their land is valued
the   tangle,   meeting   resignations   were   accepted
him    full   from the principal and assistant prin
cipal of tlie Herbert Spencer school
and It was intimated by the superintendent, MIbb Strong, that there are
more expected. Whether theee expected resignations are from tbe same
schools or from other schools In different parts of the city was not stated
but some intereBt
be forthcoming at the special meeting
called for this evening at which "high
school business" will be discussed
More About the Same.
Trustee Stoney maintained that the
motion had been carried, but Chairman Trapp replied tbat no motlrm was
carried until the chairman declared it
so.
at     Nanaimo     Have     Had
Enough  and   Walk-out  Likely
VWr^-otlapue.
Ottawa, May 27. ���Hon. J. C. Dough
Rally ;erly    mlnialcr   of   justice,   announced  minster;   Horace  Ormond, Winnipeg,
work.   ,    '       , ,  ,     ..,      .. ._  .  Chas   W.  Wilson.  \ ancouver;   Lleut.-
ln the house late  this afternoon that
It was  his  Intention   to  hold an' In-
Nanalmo, May  21.���A    meeting
the miners who are on strike will be \ thlB waB voted down by
at half that of the Improved acreage. ,
or one-third of the whole. .   U W" ^^^ 'hat  this  myater-
Over $2,000,000 in improvements in !"���� object be taken up at the raeet-
Burnaby are not taxed at all, this In- P8 laBt n:sht' bul tne hour was **���'
eluding government, school and muni- ! What It Is, Is It?
clpal property. An investigation of some kind relat-
Counclllors  Macpherson and  Stride J ing to the hir-b school has been held,
were of the opinion that an even high- j at which all the trustees but Trustee
ier rate Bhould be assessed against the I Stoney were present.   Trustee Stoney
owners of unimproved lands, suggest- \ was on deck last evening, bnt wnfbr-l���"****** L��g W��t">n be dropped tor
of  lng the fixing of It and 44 mills, but Wunately  Trustees Green aad xUattsXh l"1* _  ^___?"_       _._._.,
the    other  were  absent when  this matter    wasl*���- Cto��_ moved    that   Engineer
partly uncovered and Chairman Tia-��\M,*"-*,��*ie be Instructed to prepare a
Trustee Peck objected to counting
Trustee Urcen's vote, as the matter
was not settled until all votes had beea
recorded.
Mrs. Gilley stated that she had not
voted because she was In doubt as to
whether the matter should be settled
until a report was received from the
school engineer on the new heating
system.
More dircusslon followed, with the
secretary, the municipal inspector and
ently.
"1 put the amendment." aaid Chair-
jman Trapp. "and called for a show of
lands which I insist I did not get. I
vas waiting to sei whether Trustee
jtlley was going to vote when I was
stopped."
The manner In which Mrs. Cross
had raised her hand, described as very
slowly, was also criticized and when
the wind finally blew over lt was de
rail* d tor Wednesday evening in the'members of the council. ,i,_.-..j  _..*._. c.~- -..- ���- ��� "���i_K,rt __ ,��� t>>_ .,_,��� -_,, .-������-���__ _��
Col. Thomas W. H. Young, Peterburo.' opera house, when a new agreement I    Councillors PauVel and Coldicutt re-1 stated that tt would take an hour and IhK__J_.___i__: _i-_.  _St__ __:*___
vi-stigatlon into the conduct of KingB
ton penitentiary at. the earliest possible moment.
The minister of justice said that
the Investigation would go ahead just
as soon as he could get men qualified
to carry  It forwnrd
The minister also expressed himself
as being favorable to the idea that
what a prisoner earns during his term
The following have been elected ae
sociates;
Mra. .1. F. Barr. North Battleford
MrB. MrNnughton Manson, Vancouver
Mrs.   Harriet   S.   Sanford,   Hamilton,
Tlie following fellows have been ap
pointed honorary corresponding sec
retarles:
C. E. Jamieson, Peterboro; 8. .1
Williams,   llerlin.
agreeme
from  tbe
���neral  manager"of the Tom pany. ""'I resard to the government grant for the ! stenographer   had   been   engaged   for.
ne Western Fuel company wllllP��rled having Interviewed Hon. Thos. la half to  read  the  minutes. lu
il to the men hy Mr   Stockett, .Taylor,  minister  of  public  works, in'    lt was also Intimated that a special\T
Ithe new heating plant, which was carried.
The Question ot the teacberB in the
Tbo        ioritv  of tie  men~are"'said IK-Ogsway   paving.    Mr.   Taylor    will'tbe  investigation, but that the noUs j H<Tbcrt sWr ����hool next came up-
io  be strongly  in  favor of returning lsen<i ***��� pngineer to Burnaby this week  had nct been transcribed  and it was |
to work, bin are just waiting for the
new agreement  to be read to then).
It   is  understood that  the  colliery
officials   have   made   preparations   for ]
the opening of the mines on  .luti"   1
TOR OUTSIDE BUYING
Dic'.ant     Stores     Look     Green,     but
Greenbacks   Spent  There   Will
Never Help Your Town.
There ure many n asons why we
Bhould buy at home if the city is
large enough to permit the merchants
active   and   the   results   very   satisfac*
tory.    They had secured the encr^ RPASONS   AT   AH
\TX:^h^aTTC^ 5JWE& K*- '
display. All the committees had reported progress to the organization
committer.
Mr. Dorgan suggested that Mr.
Blakeley, ot Trapp & Co., should be
asked to put oue of the nail making
machines publicly to work On exhibition days He had mentioned the
matter to Mr, Blakeley, but. although
be appeared willing to do so. he feared il would make too much noise. It
would be a unique display. Lots of
people did   not   know  tbey   were  mak
lng nails,
Mr. Dorgan was requested to urge
Mr. Blakeley to put tho machine lu
public operation.
Four Classes.
Mr Hailing hilid that in order to
make the store display competition a
fair one II had been considered neces
sary to divide the exhibits into   four
classes.    The Idea was In give a firBt
prise of $1" and a Becond prize   of
$5 to each class. He was instructed
to go ahead on that Hue and he Imd
arranged tn have two banners strung
across Columbia Btreet, like tboBe
ihey had on view during the bylaw
campaign last year. Tbey would bear
the device "Buy home products. See
Btore  windows."
The association had incurred ex-
piiiBi'B in the matter and he wanted
the endorsation of the executive.
The secretary's action was approved and the BUbject of advertising
and other expenses  were  left to  hla
There was considerable discussion
over prison affairs generally, but
nothing waB more to the point than a
story told by Hr. Kdwards, of Fon-
tenae, regarding certain conditions in
the Kingston penitentiary. A few
years agn, he said, a guard, while on
his rounds, discovered a prisoner attempting suicide by hanging. After
some difficulty he got. Into the cell
nnd slopped the attempt, saving the
inan'H life, but us a conseq-.ience lie
failed to wind one of the clucks on'
time nnd waB sharply called to ac-
coiini next morning by his superior
officer. He explained the circumstances that had caused the transgression.
"Let him bang and wind your
clock." was the answer that was
given.
men
as a
have
new
;and that  at least  000 men will return
' to work.
During  the  pnst  month    the
; have   been   treating   the   strike
general   holiday,   but   now  they
'come to the conclusion that the
agreement means Ihat the company
is willing to treat with their em
ployeea so that a general collapse of
the sti'ke organized by the I'ni'ed
Mine Workers of America Is predicted.
SHY   ON   MANNERS.
	
nnd  estimate the work done, so that   further stated that it would cost from
the grant  of $83,000, which is only a , $50 to $100 to have this done,
portion of the government assistance.:    Chairman    Trapp    volunteered    to
will he forthcoming in the near future. , make  explanations,   but   this   did" not
The Hurnaby Waterworks bylaw N'o.   prove  satisfactory  to   Trustee  Stoney
1013.   was  given  first  and  second   who  said   hc  could  nct   vote   intelli- ' this appears to be an  important, al-
'readings  and   will  be  voted   upon  on   gently on the matter without heirfnjg"'-'it'-h  as  yet,  somewhat  mysterious
and the resignations of Principal
Grieve and his assistant were accepted.
The "High Schod Business"
it  was  here  that  the   "high   school
business" was broached and altogether
Saturday, June
MIGHT AS WEll
BE ON THE WAGON
Rootevclt Is a Near- Teetotalle
Dr. Bixby Nursed Him in the
White House,
to stock with new and up-to-date merchandise and find h market for their
wares. This oondltlon at hand. then,
ns it certainly Is in New WeBtmlnster. it Is largely un to 'he merchsnt
to command the public by presenting
these in a pleasing and attractive
manner, this being done, there Ib no
reason why one should not buy at
home.
"it is not simply a case of supply
nnd demand; local pride and interest
lu the town In which you live should
prompt the buyer and seller to get
closer together. If merchandise of
anv kind demanded iB made, then the
merchant In that town can get It
equnllv as well as the merchant In
any other locality If given the opportunity.
So many tlmcB the goods of the lo-'
cal store are not  presented In as alluring a way to  the customer ai by
the out of town Btore, or tho custom-
Lillooet,  May   27.���I.   YV.  W.  agita-  or  being  In   a  Btrange city  or  store,
tora  are  anid   to  be  busy  on  the O.   perhaps   with   frlendB  of  that   store.
T.   P.   east   of   Fort   George  and   are  js more susceptible and goods appeal
prepared to call a strike at any time,   tn her which at  home she would  nol
CONTRACTORS TIRTD
Of I.W.W. AGITATION
Shipping  in  Hundreds of Men  Direct
from Europe to Replace Them���
Lillooet Quiet.
Weliincton Will Know Better Next
Time.
Edmonds, May 27. Wellington
Birmingham, of Central Park, stepped
e'er the mark on Monday evening,
while returning from Vancouver on
an interurban car. when he made himself objectionable to two ot the Hurnaby police force who were on the
car at the time. This was Birmingham's second Offence, so he was taken
to Kdmonds where he spent the night
in the municipal jail, afterwarda leav
ing $17 in the treasury after a police
court session ihls morning,
Frank  J.  Ilraiidrith and Charles K
Foot answered I charge of stealing a
boat, the property of the B. c. Mills |spent seven yeara or his lit* as presl
Trading  company,  of  Hurnaby.    The
Marquette, Mich., May 27.���Theodore Roosevelt, a picture of ruddy
vigor and perfect health, turned a
square head and a square jaw in the
direction of 12 farmers, teamsters
miners and woodsmen In court today
and gave his character for sobriety aa
"not a total abstainer." but  never in
tOXloated   In   his   life,     His   testimony
corroborated  that  of others  who  followed,
lf   the    sturdy   looking    man who
the   full   mluutes   and   T.-uitre   Feck
maintained that it would n; t be fair, Oo* thing is certain about it. how-
to the absent trustees who were tak- -"-rr; it is a voluminous report of somo
ing an Interest In the matter, to gOj -rind. Chairman Trapp stated to
ahead with it last evening. Trustee Stoney that It would take an
Applications for the position of sec- hour and a half to read the minutes
reetary to the school board will be -md it was also stated that it would
considered, as well as the salaries for;ct>st a nice sum :o have the notes,
high   school   teachers.    The  scale  of transcribed.
salaries 1ms boon adopted, but It has   ' j
not yet been applied to the high school. I     . ***,at*.aa*,a.*r
Applications for other vacancies will rAllI-1 Ulil/rUrNT
H��wiaIso be considered and a few more I Lftl/L J iliUTl-lflUl I
resignations may be to hand tonight, j
S:me Repartee.
The meeting throughout was brist-1
ling with Questions and intereat tn,
the discussioiiB did not lag for a moment. Some Bplrited repartee took ]
place between Chairman Trapp and
Trustee Stoney. between Trustee I'eck
and Trustee Stoney and between Trus-1
tees (ireen and Feck, with the two]
lady members, Mrs. Cross and Mrs,
Gilley, taking an active part in every .
question.
Miss   Strong,   municipal   school   in- 1
"I
IS IN THE WIND
; Money    for    Uniforms    Is    Stumbling
Block.  But  This  Obstacle  May
Be   Surmounted'.
Although the school board have no
youths were let off by the magistrate
on  payment   of coats.
James   Brooks  was  lined    $5
costs  for leaving  h's horse and
on  th(>  roadway   without having
animal fastened or guarded.
dent  of  tbe   l'nited  States  aaw   any
thing curious In hla position of
and
rig
the
discretion.
The secretary reported the remit ot
the joint meeting of tbe committees
of the city council, board of trade
and Progressive association on 'he
Industrial ccmnilBSionershlp, and tho |" '
relinquishment of the publicity work
by the association.
Mr. Darling Stated that he had sent
out advertisements to the eaBtem
papers for a commissioner, asking up-
pllcanu to send in their qualifications,   ^^  Qf  mm  m ,���,,���_  ���������������,���
and salary expected. \&\nat from Russia. Austria and Italy
Friday Luncheon. I These  will  doubtless  prove bard  ma
W. .I. Kerr reported on the luncheon ; ���*,,r;n|  f0r  the  1.  W,  organizers.
arrangements   lor   Friday,   when   Mr.,    two weekB In jail and a $500 bond
Hill-Tout would be tho ifueBt of honor i (0 |(,,,,p the peace for bIx montha was; tide found In one of tbo several
and deliver an address, The luncheon Uhe sentence banded oul to one or- sl ores of her home town, thereby de-
would lako place at 1 p.m., and they U-fanJger by -Stipendiary Matfafraf|e {eating the very purpose of her out
bad  guaranteed  50  guests. ijowatt, at  Mile B8, for engaging In a of town Idea.
It  la  generally   believed   In  that  dls-  be  concerned  about.
Hint  trouble   will  actively  com- ��� They're all Here
mence  booh  after  the Ice breaks. Then' again   the  salespeople   in   bo
Meanwhl'" thecontraotorB are firing, manv cases know MrB. .lonea aa a
known I. W. W.'s by the hundreds, |regular customer of the house, and
"thinning In ether men In f'll their appear more to entertain her by show
places, In order to avoid bringing ing her the new thingB, while Mrs.
Inembers   of   the   agitating   body, .tones In a Btrange city  Inquires for
a certain merchandise, nnd the salesperson's whole duty ls to sell, so the
Impression la oflen easily made and
the customer is sold,
It  may  be  tbe  duplicate  of an  nr
Ready to Sign.
Edmonds,   May il.��� After   several 11}3W��. ,._.-.
months delay, the agreement between
the municipality of Hurnaby and the
B.  C.  E.  it.,   regarding  the HI
Park cut-off    Is  now    complete    ���,,��� .
probably   will   be  signed  during    the      j,?     Bfccey
course of this week.   The agreement I_j��.J.,^ �����wed hl8 r-.pongibiuuea
with great  gravity  and. according  to
haa to do with several road crossing*,
over which the tracks of the company pass and which have led to several difficulties In the past, owing to
the  high  grades   made   necessary   In
spector, was present and she was ap- ,
pealed to for Information on every funds for the purpose, some means)
question pertaining to the teachers. may bo devised for the purchasing of
It wus decidid by the bonrd after a j uniforms for 100 boys ii^New West-
little discussion to award a contract, minster to make possible' the forma-
for the Installation of an automatic j tion of a cadet corps In the schools-,
stoker In the new high Bchool furnace. The board are in receipt of a coira-
>,l iiii-n- in the 1- simple toilers of Thia, It was considered, would save | munlcaUon from Major A. B. Snow.
the woods and the mines that he was fuel expenses and w^uld do away | cadet organizer for the provlnciar
not reallv a drunkard, his counter;. ' with a lot of the smoke nuisance. | government, In which he asks for
ance did' not betray it. nor did his ; Here Trustee Peck brought up the their earnest co-operation and at the
m��nn8r question  of  the heating of  the  FTo-d  game  time  suggesting  that  the  sum
It,  epitome,  the former  president's' "oway   school.     The   firm   tendering 0, |500 or $1000 be appropriated tor
teaUmony    showed   that   he   drank 'or ** automatic furnaee ���to'wrtor the purpoae ot   obtaining   uniforms,
ne only when oompelled tha funiace stiu<>d that the bot,er w?_ The smaller amount would purchase
to for indisposition"or when the con- J�� ^"^^Tc-arrv oTthe'w-ort 10�� unlform8 ���a,ul ." the ^���^
ntlonalittes of public occasions re not profit.i,. carry out h "orK. government allow $1 per year for
nl""il" *' Trustee  Peck then moved  that the each    unifornied    boy    lhi8    ttraount
' ool be not w��ewed, wouM purch���e an additional 20.
nected up with the,    ���,,��� stro -^ �� ,
which  was  in  vogue in ed out ^ the goV(,nlmonl 3Upp,le<,
|th-e Instructors and that    the    cadet
nd tho venuoimiiues ui yuuuu ^--��-'���"*' " Trustee Peck the
_ land Nulr,,d> eXOept t,iat he lakeB a KlaS" furnace in his sc lo
? Ed S! ll��ht,WlM' ran>1>' lW0 KlU88��9' Wlll'bul ihi, it be conn
White      liouse
company raising the tracks above
ordinary  roadway.
hiB testimony, fairly haunted the
plaint lit during his seven yearB at
Washington. He hovered over the
president like an anxious mother over
No Reason for Buying Away
Buying away from home Is bad for
many,   many   reaBntiB;   In   fact   there |
An    announcement    greeted     with  f|Kht  with  the  tlmekoeper and   dobs,
hearty appreciation was made by Nels at  m\\e 106.
NelBon and  P, O, Bilodeau that   the I    *|n the meantime everything remain
hotels and principal restaurants would quiet and orderly ln Lillooet construe-1 Is seldom any real reason why one
cater ub fur as possible with local tlon clrelea. ThlB Btate of affairs Is j Bhould not buy at home,
and at any rate provincial edibles and expected to continue. Stern methods j First the most stable men of any*
liquldB on Friday, and the menu carda of repression will be made If any | community are Ub merchants, men of.*
would have tholr place of origin on attempt Ib made to stir up trouble, high honor, men whose* word means ���#
thom among tho men here. I (Continued on Page Eight.)
ENGLISHMEN  BREAK
MOTOR  RECORDS
Urooklunda, Fug., May i!7.
W. 0, Scotl and L. fl. Horn-
sted, driving a lfi-.to horse
power motor car today, broke
tho world's record for 12
hours, covering 914 miles, 640
yards. Thla wiib at the rnte of
76.20 miles an hour. All world
records from seven to 12 hours
were broken.
her   Infant;    he   visited
new  system,
otber new  schools.
Doesn't Think Much of It. work           d                   f      h
wh^rTe ^y^'vT suc^ 5"" "�� ������r fl* *?? ���*
tUl      He  stated  that   ln   the  schools -*?"}*1 that  ��  the  board  could    not
where this new sytem was in opera- ">*��* an appropriation o her methods
tlon Bome of the rooms were too hot -mightbe used to   get    the   uniforms
him    every  lm(t ot|lprs to��� cold and that the ven-  ���"<����� ***��� recommended  to  the  board
morning  and  crept  upon   hlin   In  the tUatlon was away off.   He said he had  "***<���  *be movement,    which    waa    a
dark and  at  all kinds i.r unexpected  received numerous complains and Umt-WTW-M-MM one. be endorsed,
hours to  Bee how he  was standing he would certainly never vote ln flwor     The matter will be looked into and.
the strain Ot  the   new   system    in    uny     more I although It will be impossible to make
 _  'schooW.    He moved   nn    amendment.j��n  appropriation   this   year,
Pioneer Dies. therefore, that the school engineer be'corps may be formed.
r���  m-    *M���t llnBtructed   to  prepare    specificationsI
a  cadet
Vancouver,   May   27.-
for a  new  boiler to  take  the  place
Ithew  Miller, who died at hia home at    , thp 0���e at           nt ln ��������� ttnd th|���
714  Seymour slieet  early  this morn-i 	
Nothing  Done.
,      .    Iwas the question which started a little I    Port Coqultlam.  May 27-A    largo
lng at  the age -if 8S,    belonged    thej^.^.g {audience  of  citizens  which   gathered
��� honor of being one of the real Trustee I'eck held to his opinion *,n tha council chamber in tho city
j* j pioneers of British Columbia. Theithiu ,he new B>st,,m was the best and h*u u,1b evenlng with expectations of
Xjlato Mr, Miller came to this province jtllllt the connecting with the new sys- jhe-arlng the station question discussed
#' nearly 60 yearB ago from Lancashire, j tPm wag oniy carrying out tlie Id-eaI "cc disappointed, as the majority or
ft j Kngland.    He arrived on    the    ship i adopted some time ngo. \*ee council  business  was transacted
# ft ft ft & ts tt ft **.- >"=
Princess  Royal, one of tlie drat  ves-
;; I sels to come around the Horn to the
i* O *7f if * # I Canadian Pacific coast.
Trustee- Green's amendment was in camera. Whether the Btation mat-
finally put to the meeting and ha was'ter came up while the private session
Bupported   by   TruBtce    Stoney    and was on is not known. , *��A-_L   TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   28,   1913.
��B^_��E_3_____��*
A* tmHe-n-i.tie*' iHorni.-j pallor devitid to the Inter 'sts of Xcw Westminster (Uld
tUXn t**t-txtter Valley. '���otili.iS.ti every morning txoept -Sunday bn the \tittanal Printing
at** rut.'.irht**- <j*i*a**r. Limited, at ��3   ii-Ken-ie Streot, New IPe-flmlnster, liritish
CutsniAu. ItUUIl  SI.'TllKltl.ASII,  Monauiiifl  llircctor.
Jl.ll ttt-**tmmniotU-m*a *huuid bo uddresitd to  the .Vein  Westminster S'ews, ami not
ttu -l___r-i__-_. t**-**ert of the staff.   Clts'iiues, drafts, antl money orders should be made
a.ftt Ir   Tan ktxllatuxl I'riatmy  ami   I'ulillshniii  t'oiniitinii.  Limited.
latTOiiAis   jitmiMj uiJumi and lianager, ti'J'j; Bditortal Rooms lull depart-
tl. ttl.
ftllRHtlAUlTKUl RATHF. Ily carrier, |4 por year, ��1 for three, months, 40c per
SSMUA.     Hy trnvtU. |- per yttar, 2lsc per month.
Am mcnsiNu kathh on application,
WEONESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1913.
LIQUOR HYLAW AND HOTELS.
A very important question, that of the Liquor bylaw,
came again before the council on Monday and it seems
too bad that some action is not taken immediately to relieve the situation. The council, apparently, have no option but to pass a bylaw to conform to the new Municipal
aet. If there is anything wrong with this act it is not a
matter for the council but for tho government.
It is not fair to those engaged in the hotel business
to be kept on the gridiron all this time. The change is
to take place on Jan. 15, 1914 and the time is now all too
short for those who cannot qualify under the new act to
#et into new premises which will conform to the regulations. While this act may work a hardship on some it will
be very beneficial to the city as a whole. The city has
boon complaining for some time that some of the hotels
'have no accommodation for the travelling public, that thev
sin*, simply rooming houses with bars attached and, to all
intents and purposes, are saloons pure and simple.
The new act mnkps it compulsory that oven* hotel
should have at least thirty bedrooms with a dining room.
and all requirements for the travelling public. Surelv this
is good business for the city of New Westminster. There
are a few exceptional cases where good hotels are being
run with fewer rooms than are required under the new
act and it is only a matter of adjustment for these people
to get into proper and suitable quarters. If they cannot do
this there is only one thing for them to do and that is to
sell out to persons who can comply with the law. There
are some features of course in the old act which are very
commendable and which are not to be found in the new
aet, but this is a matter for the government of 1!. C. to
adjudicate upon and not for a local council.
The government have no doubt gone into this matter
very carefully before passing the new act and have given
the people of B. C. the benefit of their investigations. We
believe that the new conditions will work out to very much
better advantage for the people than will those at present in vogue.
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
The tendency is to reduce the possibility of selling in�� the small lish.or material for pro-1
,. �����, ,   . , ���*      _ *', ,   .        pagallon  Irom  une   place   lo  another
liquor except under most stringent safeguards and ior it-is carried in the moat irregular way;
this the government are to be commended.   Surelv with ���" <;"" iMt-wu-a, the man put the can
. ,".���=���,,., ,���  .. j. ti i-  -i _ against   lne  car  heater  so   tbnt   the
the opinion of the city solicitor, of another solicitor ot re- ������,���>��� or ova were ail dead before reaoh-
pute and of the attorney general as well, the council will 'n* "";'' ��e?Un*tion. Things like that
, *i      .    . �� ���ii  a .   occur too oiicn.
not now delay passing the bylaw that will tor ever set at    "They Bhow that there is �� real
rest the uneasiness that now exists among hotel men in |�� aoso'that1 ftui'Tta!
this City. [hatcheries.    It Ih absolutely necessary
While we deprecate the necessity of having liquor sold tliat 'n,t"E*,_n be given so thai the
,i.j_ ,,_ ,.._f      v.        w . ��    l ���,,,��� |n ci,nr-t, 0f t|,|s v,,rv important
in any of our hotels we must tace conditions as they are;matter of the propagation of fish and
and we trust that, in framing the new bvlaw, care will ^J* iXdt""
be taken to see that we do not leave room for a repetition j   on the Bame occasion Prof, e. k.
of the present condition of some of the hotels in our city. jg*_^^^.'"^SUS
door! hotels are a good civic asset and a necessity to the board hnd recently been given con-
tr-ivpliintr nubile   and   unless wa can accommodate thp*"'01 of lts ow" **"**[Ta- H,1<1 wiml,i
Ur'VPlIing   OUOIR,   ctnu,   Ulllt-ss   Wi.   Wll   dLLUIIHIIUUdlt-:   lllej take up thc matter of training men for
nublic comfortably and well, we need never expect num-,fish culture work. -^_____________________________________	
bers of tourists or visitors to stay in the town. | ^VoThia'iX done' Em i_%b' ~ 1 "~	
Bv all means let us have a new bylaw in conformity culture, then, had never been a iin- worst that of un. Wbet Jhwum   BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
with the new act. and let it be enforced to the letter.  This ,^;;iB^l;nX%.IfrXrrB:rv7cr!;ri':'u'rS���een1X'H formal m quo
net not onlv Gfives nrotection to the public but also to the lOanadl-Cc^emtion, ted^*^t^tto?i3d"fl^b
^otelmen who are catering to them. S -N CANADA'S STORY
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
Of!
FRATERNAL.
PHYSICAL  EDUCATION
theory
need  of Instruction  both  In
jmmmm^^^mj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    itXTICl ^H^^HH
The  cure of the body  is  becoming      Thc   announcement     Is     especially ^^^^^^
0 e and  more a feature of  modern  welcome that the Teachers' Training  currod  tho  first  of  two  terlhle  fires   aml   the  Statea,   was  born   at Brnes-
MAY  TWENTY-EIGHT
Upon this dny In tho year 1845 oc-
liuildiiiK.  cons
lng.
Sidney j imv   iiadgley,   IM*  CnniouH
i specialist in church architecture who
planned   many     Important    religious
eriflces  In   variuua  cities  of   Canada
education.    Elementary education has
committee has been authorized to re
in  Quebec which destroyed churches.
shops,  warehouses, shipyards, lumber
yards,  and   something   like  two   tou-
sand dwelling houses.
The first broke out  In the suburb
second lu tlle suburb of St. .lohn. one
inonth la retto tho day. Together they
rendered     twenty     thousand     people
peat the successful experiment of last
in  many countrlea neglected  It very year's   summer   and   winter   schools,
much.    But   people  aro    demanding. Stress is laid upon methods of teach-
b-ith for t'm benefit nf Ihelr own chll- Ing and a high standard of efficiency
dri-n and for the welfare of the state demanded  of  all   who  obtain  certifi-
ihat health should be one of the re- ca'es;   atnnle  practice  is  to ' bo  pro-
aulls  of  schooling. vided  under  skilled  supervision.
And  not  only  health,  but full  fine      It Is gratifying to find the province
a"d free development of body as well thus  catching  up  with  the   most   ad-
as mind.   We are feeling this demand vanced  practice, and  providing train-   jggg     qU|   buci,   disasters   bring  out
in   the   province of Quebec,   nnd,  as ing of a quality fnr which our teach-  a3   nothing  else  ean  do,  the   kindly
It grcv.s.  the  urgent   need  is  to  get ers  bave hitherto hnve had    to    go  K,,1181,  ,,f  brotherhood   lhal   underlies
teachers of thorough knowledge   and south.   The school authorities wlll re- Illllr.|, thai is harsh and forbidding In
tr> be content with not hi n* less.    It cognize the benefit conferred on them human nature.
in almosl entirely a question  of wo- by creating a home supply cf sound-      jt was ., year whin our American
men teachers, and their traininir must ly  trained  teachers  In  this  most  im
be based upon thorough knowledge of portant subject.���Montreal  Witness.
thi Ir own physical requirements and   __
of the kind of teaching they are best __,.,
I   .,,.  ���|vo TRAINED  MEN   FOR   FISH   HATCH
... Ont.. Bitty-three years ago to*
day, and studied architecture under
it. ('. Wlndeyer of Toronto.
Today   Is   the   anniversary   nf    the
birth, In  1856, of Francis  II.  Clergue,
Of SL Roch o;,"May"Vwen.;:eig���,:.he   who gj^^llgrwU 1 opoj.ro!
Marl'.', Ontario and Michigan.
Jeslah  (Irout,   who  became  proniin-
shelterless nnd -ln  many cases penni-   ent In Vermont  politics and  was governor of that slate in lN'.it), was horn
:ii   I'liiiiiiiiin,
ago   todav.
P, Q., seventy-two years
PHOENIX   PHONE   SERVICE
NOW   VASTLY   IMPROVED
NEW    WKKTMINSTKit    LOIXiK    NO   !_.
II   & P. 0. Ot Klks Of tlie I). Of 0,, miff
llio first and thin! Ttuirnduy nt fi li. rn.,
IC,  nf   I'.   Mull.   KlKhtll   Hlrcot.   A   Well*
Oray, Exalted Ituler; 1'. ll. Smith, Swv
niiiiy.
, ii ii. M. NO. BB4.~-MEETS ON
flrat, Becond, third and fnurth Wednos*
,1 iv in each month ut s p, in,
in iin> Mooao Home, II. J. Leamy,
dictator: P. B. Jonas, Becretary,
llendtiunrtera "i latin* In Bee House,
corner ef Fourth und Carnarvon Btreets.
1 0. Q !'��� AMITY LODOB NO 17���The
regular meeting "f Amity lodge Na
27. I. O. O. !���'.. I" liel'l every Monday
lllKht at  s O'olock  111 Odd  I-VIIiiwh*  Ituli,
oorner Carnarvon and KtKiuh stre^ui
\lnltliii: brethern cordlallv Invited
n. a. Merrlthew. N. a.; j. Robertson,
v. o.! w. c. Ooatham. i*. <i, record.
lnu Beoretary; H. w. Bangster( financial neereiary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
ERIES
iiuarf'ed   to glvaj
Training to I wortliy of tbe name ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
must be based upon knowledge of the
relation '-tween exercise and healthy      Iho  tV|-l,1,c aro takin-_  a wann  '"
development,    To   put   tin-   work  of terest   in  the   work   of   fish  culture
physical  training  Into  the  hands    of and   anv   measures   for   the   Imnr
neighbors were shouting "Fifty-four,
Forty, or Fight!" over the Oregon
boundary; bul Americana were of
the flral rn send generous help to the
eufferera In Quebec   In the Bbai I
a shipload of tood and clothing, and
Of  i ver $100,000   in  rash.
At  the satiH-iiiue. the governor-general, Lord Metealf, whose attempts at
Phoenix, May 27.    A standard mag- [g,
neto  switchboard  has  been   installed
at  Phoenix, which will mean a vasl
Improvement t-> the telephone per/Ice   _
The cut-over was made on Monday,
Mnv 19,
Work on the new trunk line of the
li. ''. Telephone company to Castlegai
BOWELL (SUCCESSOR TO CBN*
ter & Hanna, Ltd.)���Funeral dlrecton
and embalmers. Parlors 4iit- Columbia
atreet,   New  Westminster,    I'luu.i* 091
^^ ^^^^^^ autocratic   rule   had   provoked 'much   Is progressing apace, while the work
nsufficlontly equipped teachers Is to ment of thiB branch of work will be nuger and Indignation In Canada, did  ��n the newKaslosystemils atjjrenent
I   B. FA LES    Pioneer Funeral  Dlreotov
nml   Rmbalmor,   01 -J-6]x   Agnoa  mri-Vi
OPPOBllO I'lirn'-lfle   Mhrurv
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
run the risk of doing possible dam-
;,.-< On Ihe other hand, life-long
benefit follows from well-directed
physical exercise.
The   good   trainer  can   deal   effect-
ively with cases which, without being of the Commission of Conservation by
sere   to   call   forth   public   approval, his utmost, though suffering agonies,  at   a  stands,,ll   owing   to   difficulties
That   th-   methods  cf  conducting  ii from the dreadful disease of cancer,  wnicn nave arisen
that  have  adopted  thus   far.  dn  not personally  to  relieve the  distress of
give satisfaction in all quarters was the  homeless,  nol  only  by  a  liberal        _ Kelowr.,-i_B Pride.
intimated al  the last annual meeting contribution from  his own purse but 1     Kelowna, May 21     It has In en d ���-
serious enough to call for medical at
tentlon, might yet result, in impaired
health, a very common occurrence. It
Is amazing, too, with bow little know
ledge of tlieir bodily functions we allow etir boys and girls to grow up. in
spite of the  risks of such  Ignorance.
Recent reports of the meetings   of  pllsh   thia.
ile-   ProsteBtanl   committee   of   the to  the  facl
councll of public Instruction are en- charge of these hatcheries are often less.
couraging  from   this  point   of   view,  very lacking In expert knowledge. Since then Quebec has suffered from
Tin- committee    Is emphasizing    the      "For  example,  sometimes  In  send- several    other    conflagrations,      the
Dr.  (Ieorge  Bryce, of the  University
of  Manitoba,  who  said:
"For yeurs we have been endeavoring to save our inland fisln rles, and
to increase them. Our flsh hatcheries are one of Iho most important
means by which we seek to accom-
I wish to call attention
that  thoBe   who  nre    in
by   asking   tor    subscriptions    frnm
01 In r.f.
In Quebec a year later the Quebec
Theatre Royal was burned, and for-
ty-seven persons with it.    Mlsfortunu
perhaps another nam" for Inade-'
quale fire protection again vlslti 1
iiie city in 1866. when 2600 houses,
including seventeen churches, were
burned and 20,000 were made home-
elded in reorganize the war c mi B
crew tor thc 1 ison ol 1913 The war
canoe is one of the best, .r nol the
best. Bportlng Institution of Kelowna.
The tire brigade at.- i!,,* mot Ing 1 pir
it* of its organization.
PUBLIC     STENOGRAPHER.
-I'K'-IKli'ATlnvs.    AGREEMENTS    "r
Sal,-. Deeds,  Bualnesa Lettera, ��� n* , clr
culur work   ���poPlallSt     All work   Ktrlcll)
confidential     ,1   Barrv, room 11 ^ \v. si
miiist,'r Trust Hlk.    Plume "U2.
II.   J.   A.     HttllNETT.    AUDITOR    AND
Accountant   Tel. it l^s.   Room 2J
Hart  block.
I'  11  Smith. tv. .1  iirovea
itTDITORS ANH ACCOUNTANTS.
Work  undertaken   In   city   und   luiiiid-a
poi  *      211-1J    WiMliiilusli-r   TniHt    Hldg.
!-l   304.     P,   O,   Hex   507.
BOARD   OF   TRADE.
BOARD OF Tlt.WiK NEW WESTMIN
Kt.-r Board ef Trade rrw-otfl In the hoard
room, City Hull, as follows: Thlrti Pri-
���i.e. ,,1 each inonth; quart-tM-ly meetiag
i,n tha iiilnl Friday of February, May,
\ ng ,-1 and November at 8 p.m. An-
,'Mil tn.'llnic, nn the third ' 'Iduy of
,     February,   C.   II.   Btuart   Wade,   uecrw-
III V
I
******
All  our  Cloaks   and   Suits
��re rednoed in price.
KEESsMifflE
All our House Dresses are
redu< 1 d In price.
Carpet Department OUcrinR During Our White Sale.
rtrusMcdn <'arp��t Knds;  1% yards long, tinged ends.  White Sale l'rico... .    $1.25
K-ivcrsible Hall  Hugs;  hIzo 27x54.    White Sale  Price   $1.25
Sxl? fTipnille Kinii* itug;  regular $16.00.    White Sale  Price     $12.00
Itx'X Ilru��t.eUi lliifin;  regular $10.50 cut    to  $16.00
VERY   SPECIAL   AXMINSTER   BARGAINS.
Y>.r.l) AxmiiiKtrr. body and border 10 match.    White Sale Price, made and laid,
,r��M- yard    $1.r>5
li">c Tap-rstry Stair Carpet  White Sale   I'rice       50c
Continues all lhis week.. Assortment complete, plenty for ali.
If you haven't taken advantage of this money-saving sale we
urge yeu to do so at once, as thc savings arc genuine and very
much worth while.
Our Basement Department.
Buyer  tlliddiiig  Settee;   regular  H'.O.fiO;   now $25.00
I-turn  Swing;   regular $11.0(1;   now     $9.85
1-two tlw ing; regular $13.50; now $11.95
Hoya" Auto I'ar;  regular $11.50;  now           $9.00
Artillery far;   regular t<\ 00;  now   ...  $5.35
���Artillery Car, regular $6 00; now    $4.45
MaU Car aad Cover; regular $20.00; now  $17.50
Hammock-'     refulaT ST> 50;  now $4.90
-flainmu-rXn; regular $5 00; now $4.45
Hammnrks   reg*ulur ?l>.7T>,  now $8.80
llamiiMA-kr.,  r(*ualr $0.00;  now $5.35
MamnxM-Vf..  r-eRular $4.50;  now     $4.05
>(a_��-aock��; regular $7.00; now $6.25
art-ten Doona, complete, from       $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $3.00
Screen Windoiro, frfiro  30c, 40c, 50; to 60c
Wedding Presents
for May and
June Brides
���can tit" bought lo best advantage here,
M -UiM-in;; this mid-season sale we ot
fe-r thn >vry nniirual discount on cash
ruirrhis-e, of 15 per cent, on bill of
"FiO.Oti und up Now Is l!ic time to !5o
to h^uiiikKpiDg.
White Sale Prices cn Silks and Dress Goods.
Jacquard   rii signs   In   Shantung   Pongee,   natural   shade;   only   20   Inches   Wide,
remarkably good for wash waists and dresses; cut to 45c
lean de Soie; a very serviceable silk in shades Of champagne, tan, grey and
reseda only.    White Sale Price, per yard 40c
"Yard-wide" Silks, in  rnessalines, satin  pallettes, tub habatai, lu Stripes and
plain.    White Sale Price, per yard   ���   .  85c
A   MARVELLOUS  VALUE   IN   SILK   MARQUISETTES.
BeauUful Silk Marquisettes; 4U Inches wide; in sky, saxe and king's bin", grey,
champagne, old rose, Nile and black; well worth the tegular price of $1.2.1.
White Sale price, per yard 85c
Diagonals, Tweeds, Panamas, etc., 40 and 50-Inch widths. 75c and S5c, qualities.
White Sale I'rice, per yard 55c
Cravenettes;   Priestley's,   60   inches   wide,   regular   $1.50.     White   Sale   I'rice,
yard     $1.15
Cravenettes;   Priestley's,  60  Inches  wide,  regular  $2.00.     White Sale   i'rice,
per   yard $1.55
Reversible Tweed Coatings;  54 inrhi s w:de, regular $2.5o     White Sale Price.
per  yard    ��� ���      $1.E5
VMiitc Muslin Petticoats.
At  pricfs slightly above cost of materials.    All our miiHllii  garments are  made
from standard materials and unrirr tho most, sanitary surroundings
300  White Cotton  Petticoats, lavishly trimmed wltli embroidery flounces and
Insertions;   cut  to $2.45
$2.00   i-iialit.lo-H,   cut   to $1.65
!!"">   qualities,   cut   to $1.45
$1,50   qualities,   cut   to $1 !5
$8.60  qualities,   out   to  $195
$2.75   qualities,   cut   to $2.30
Trmenil'iiis Values In
Shirt Walr.tn at 65c, 90c,
31.?t, and to $3.50.
Another Big Cut on
House Dresses
Splendid fitting garments nnd made from cx-
cellont qualities of Ginghams, Percales and
('rum's  famous   Prints.
Dainty stripes, checks and plaids in blue,
' ream, heliotrope and brown.
$5.00   House   Drosses,   cut.   to    $3.75
M.60   House   Dresses,  cut   to $3.23
' 4 tO   Mouse   Dresses,   cul   In $3.00
$3.00   House   Dresses,   cut   to.... $2.25
Cloaks and Suits
Get Marching
Orders
Time now to give the laggards a boost along     If
ynu have waitd for this event, now Is your oppor
limit..;    nur   assortments   are   very   complete and
styles   and   qualities  tho  best    to   be   had   in    all
Canada: __
$40.00 Tailored Suits, cut to v $30.00
$37 50 Tailored Suits, cut to $27.25
$36.00 Tailored Suits, cut to $26.25
J.'IO.OO Tailored Suits, cut to  $24.00
$25.00 Tailored Suits, cut to $20.00
$2,1.00 Tailored Suits, cut to $18.03
$20.00 Tailored Suits, cut to $15.75
Our White
Goods Sale
We  are offering  specially    attractive    values    In
Sheetings and Sheets:
72-Inch   Pleached   Sheeting;   line   weave,   regular
40c; cut to, per yard 30c
80-Inch   Iileached   Sheeting;   line  weave;   regular
46c;  cut to, per yard 35c
80-Inch  nieached  Sheeting;   flno  weave;   regular
50c;  cut to, per yard   40c
SHEETS, HEMMED AND  READY FOR  USE.
60 pair fine Illenched Sheets; hemmed, size 72x90; per pair $1.28
Lovely Hemstitched Linen Finish Sheets; size 72x00; per pair $2.25
Hemstitched Pillow Cnses;  regular 50c;  per pair 35��
Fine quality, full size;  regular 80c;  per pair 60=
MOST TEMPTING PRICES IN BED8PREAD8.
Heavy Grecian IledHprends;  regular $1.50; at S5c
Heavy Colored II. C.  Itedspreads;  regular $2.00;  at $1.35
RENEW YOUR SUPPLY OF TOWELS.
Large size White nnd  Colored  Until Towels    * 'or $1.00
Heavy  Massage Bath  Towels;  each ���2"c
Crash Towelling, per yard   * '/**
EXTRAORDINARY  VALUES  IN  WASH   GOODS.
Anderson's Imported Ginghams, In stripes and checks; 33 Inches wide nt less
than  maker's prices;   per yard ������**
2,000 yards of finest Long Cloths to he given away at, per yard 7!/,c
LEES LIMITED
Watch our advertisements
-Iliy mean money-saving
opportunities for you. i >-emim
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*m**��mma******
WEDNE8DAY,   MAY  28,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MBITHm
I
WANTED!     WANTED!     WANTED!   Everybody    Everywhere
TO   KNOW   THAT W. E. SINCLAIR'S   STUPENDOUS
Opens Thursday, May 29 at 10 a.m.    Store Closed all day Wednesday
$10,000 IS THE AMOUNT WE MUST RAISE BY JUNE 10th
OUR    $30,000    STOCK    IS   AT    YOUR    MERCY.      WE   MUST   HAVE   THE   MONEY
OUR ENTIRE MAGNIFICENT $30,000 STOCK, CONSISTING OF THE BEST MAKES BOTH IN CANADA AND THE STATES IN MEN'S, WOMEN'S,  MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HIGH-GRADE FOOTWEAR, TO BE ON SALE AT INTEREST COMPELLING PRICES.   AN EVENT OF SUPERIOR IMPORTANCE TO EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD
WHO CAN REACH OUR STORE.
"QUALITY" has been the
slogan of this store since its
inception over thirty years
ago. Every line represents
the best that can be manufactured. This will be the
most overwhelming bargain
event in the history of our
business career, and we intend to make every bargain
a credit to the word.
THREE SPEQALS TO SIM 11GOING, 10 wn. to 12.15 p.m.
$4.00 SHOES FOR $1.95.
Ladies' Patent and Vici Kid Oxfords, in one and two-strap
pumps, five styles, in sizes 2% to {%; regular $4.00 values, for     $1.95
$6.00 BOOTS FOR $2.45.
Patent Colt Boots in blucher, made of the very best stock;
regular $6.00 values for $2.45
MEN'S $6.00 GUN METALS FOR $4.25
date shoes, to be sold for $4.25
Button Boots, short vamp, one of our new and most up to
Ladies' Tan Blucher Lace
Boots, with low heels, new
(roods, regular $4.50. Going
for $3.15
Pumps for big girls in gun
metal, with low heels. A snap
for $2.25
Ladies' Box Calf Boots; a
good, serviceable boot, regular price $3.50; now. . .$2.35
J. & T. Bell Patent Pumps,
$3.25; with neat bow; Good-
vear welt, regular $4.50;
for $3.25
Oxfords for big girls, regular price $3.50, for ... .$1.95
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes,
regular price $1.75. Now, per
pair 85c
Men's Tan Bluchers, $3.85,
golden brown, new styles,
oak soles, all sizes; $5.00
values for $3.85
Velour Calf Blucher or Button Shoes, regular $5.00, now
for $3.25
Men's Working Boots, regular prices, $4.00, $4.50 and
$5.00; now $2.95
Men's Patent Colt Oxfords,
button and blucher styles, all
sizes, regular $6.00; now
for $3.85
Men's Tan   Calf   Oxfords,
new   high   toe,   Goodyear
welt, regular $5.50; now
for $3.85
Men's Blown Canvas Boots,
regular $1.75 per pair. On
sale now for 90c
BAREFOOT SANDALS, GOOD QUALITY TAN LEATHER
Misses' sizes 90c
Girls', 3 to 10 75c
Child's, 5 to 7 65c
Kiddies', 3 to 5 50c
BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS, IN ALL SIZES.
Scotch Grain, with heavy soles; regular price $3.00;
for
$1.95
NECESSITY,
THE POWER
BEHIND THIS
SALE
The late Spring is wreaking havoc in tbe focal mercantile world.. New Spring
goods which   should   have
started moving week? ago,
are now piled high in oar
store.   The price reductions
throughout the entire store
will be of the most. SLartluig
and sensational nature ever
witnessed in "New Westminster.
IN CLAIR, The Shoe
an
THESE ARE PRICES NO DEALER
CAN MATCH.
711 Columbia Street
Boys' Dress Boots in Patents or DnB Leather; regular price $4.50; now $235.
1
COUNCIL GUARANTEES
WORK AT EXHIBITION
Hepburn    and    Woodside   on    Bridge
Company Directorate���Dr. Wee-
brook Pays Flying Visit.
I*\
I".
Vanoouver, May -7.���Ur.
Wesbrook, president of the University i
���f Hrltlsh Columbia, arrived from
Minneapolis last evening on a hurried
visit He will consult the board ot
governors on a few points and will
tben leave   for Toronto,   where   he
fication ns directors of Uie Burrard
Inlet Tunnel and Bridge company.
This will give the city three representatives on llie board, the mayor
being ex-offtclo a member.
Agricultural Commission
.Mr.   W.  II.  Hayward. the chairman
of ihe agricultural commission, arrived from Victoria last evening and he
ar.il    several   other   members   of   the
commission   lett  at   once  for Salmon
Arm.   where  the  sittings   will   be   resumed   today.    Prom  there tliey  will
I ravel   through   the   okanagan   valley
to N< Ison and along ihe Arrow Lakes
to Revelstoke after which another ten
days'  recess will  lie taken.
Explorer Wlll Talk
Mr., C.   S.   Wright,  of   South   Pole
exrloratlon  fame,    who    Is now    in
Prince   Rupert   visiting  his     brother,
has sent word  that he will return to
thc city In time to address the Cannula receive tho degree of LL.D. from  dlan club on Wednesday,    June    11.
ihe  University of Toronto. I Anions other gentlemen who will ad-
Thls will bo tlio   second   honorary  dross the club In the near future are
Aetteee conferred on Dr. Wosbrook by   Premier Watt, of Victoria.  Australia,
Canadian universities this spring, the  and Stefannson, the explorer,
other being from his    alma
Manitoba university.    Upon returning
west from Toronto   he   will    go
Minneapolis to    complete    his
then, and expects to arrive hero for   Rov. C, C. Owen, whose    skull    was
inert   eaix **v*    * . ����������,.,�����^   ...i,rt���  ,,,,  ���.nu
good Bhortly after July^l
.���   brim-   the   Vancouver     exhibition   reaBBurlng.
crnunds   into   firBt  class  shape.     To  waa reported  ub having occasionally,
avoid delay In the gardening work of   for a    brief    space,    recovered    con-
the  Hastings  l'ark grounds  the city sclousneus. and then   having    lapsed
council  will arrange that  money  will
be   provided   for   the   purpose.     Tho
funds   of   the   exhibition   association
are  at   present so depleted   that   the
chairman,   Aldoinan   McMaater,  asked
tho city council yeBterday  that. *10,
nnn of bylaw  and  $5000  out  of ewti-
nrntes he advanced to enable tlie work  parents live at MceKesvllle. Pennysl-
to  nroceed     The council   could    not  vanla.    Leonard just recently started
orniit   the   request   but  undertook   to  to work aa a boom man for the ('ami
"      ide for the necesanrv  work. dlan  and  Puget Sound  Lumber com
Three on Bridge Board pany.    In some
eity   council   yesterday   morn-  from  a log and
WhM EMUIMIS
FORERUNNER'S DEEDS
on
of exposure and want of food.
"For twenty-two terrible days more
Mawson   struggled  on 'alone,  with    a
few   starving  dogs  as  his  sole   com- !
panlons.   That he did not go mad un-;
.ier Buch conditions is wonderful; ami
the account of his journey, when he
tells it.  will  prove one of the  great- j
est stories of Antarctic heroism."
At   the  urgent   request  or  Mawson, ,
rlgnalod by wireless. Davis has come
to England to try to obtain part of |
the money rendered necesaary by the ;
I extra season's  work  which  has  been j
  forced   upon  the  explorers,  who    are
I compelled to remain In the Antarctic.
London,  May  27.- John   K.   Davis, until Davis relieves them at tho end
commander of Dr. Mawfon's Antarctic  of this year,
ship  Aurora, has arrived  In   London,
and  gives ln  an   Interview   fresh  dc- Sllverton  Man  Hurt.
tails of the sufTerlngB of Mawson and ������     Thnm
his comrades and the deaths of Lle.it. i    New Denver. B. ( .. May 87.- Thot. -1
as Barber of Sllverton was boriousiy
For Twenty-two   Days   Struggled
Alcnc   in   Antarctic���More
Funds Needed.
existence of the later will had not
been adduced, and he therefore pronounced in favor of that before the
court and decided that probate should
issue  upon   it
No costs  were allowed  by  the verdict.
Every, Woman
i is intormcl ao<_ ehoold know
i at'Diit IIju woDtiorlul
Ma���' Vouche"'
WHY BUV FOREIGN CEMEJMTT
when you can get as good, or better, manufactured in B. C. via.:   U* ���
the celebrated "VANCOU VKR" Brand, guaranteed to    pass Standard.
Specifications of American and Canadian Engineers'  AssocAKAnn.
We would nlso call attention to our Vitrified Sower Vis*: B-ota
4-ln. to 24-ln. in diameter. This is also made in this Provfov-. -aod we
consider superior to any imported article.
We also carry a Btock of Crushed. Rock, Washed flravel. Sand,
Lime, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS��� LIMITED
t
Phones 15 and 16.
802 Columbia Streel W.
Ask your drnartst
It   If he -tni-HUrt Rrtprty
Um   MAHVi-.I, tcce-pt BO
oittr. bat send pump fiw Uhrt-
trtted book�����ed��d.   It rim till
MrU-enl-va .nA Anrrlltin* Infih-mMo
to Udles. W1NmoBBi;PPt,VCO..W1aa��OT. On'
Oruural Ar*rtf�� for Oaasda,
Ir
mater, j Rev. Owen Improves.
The latest report  from the general
to  hospital laBt night regarding the con-
work   dition of the rector of Christ church,
Rov. C. C. Owen, whose    skull    was
fractured  when he was thrown from
No pains or money "is being spared  a vehicle on Victorin Day, was more
Ninnis   and   Dr.    Xavler   McrU,   the
Swiss scientist and skll runner.
Captain DnvlB arrived off Mawson's
base In fearful weather and learned
by wireleBB that several of the prty
were missing. He waited for news
of them with intense anxiety for he
had to go 1.500 miles along the coast
to pick up Wild and his party before
the Boa froze and darkness set In.
In this dilemma he decided, after
many days, to push on and save Wild's
party   flret.     In   Bplte  of   the   terrific
The reverend' gentleman\t*-i** and billiards blowing SO miles
at. hour, thiB was safely accomplished.
The ship was called back to Mawson's   headquarters   after  starting  on
.  ,   ,  ��� ,Hb 1.500 mile voyage, and Davis was
"n"SS '��"'"ned Informed  that  Mawson had  struggled
Pennsylvania   Drowned. ,        , ,
The body of Leonard    Hoak,    who   .,
was    drowned    In     Powell   lake    on |'" ''"'
Wednesday last,    has    been    broughl
Injured in a runaway on Thursday
afternoon. He -waB driving a team
for the Standard mine when the accident occurred. He suffered a fracture nt the base of the skull besides
Internal InJurleB nnd waB brought Immediately to the Slocan hospital
where his condition is improving satisfactorily.
into
here.    He was but   21   years of
and Stood over six feet in height.
age
His
prov
The
manner he slipped
from a log and was unable to raise
ine RD-oointod AM"""Hepburn, chairman himself out of the cold waters, as tho
nf the llnnnro committee, and Alder- long persisted In rolling round and
���man Woodsido chairman of the round when ho tried to climb on top.
iVridees mid railway committee, as Coroner .Toffs has decided that an In-
represontatives of the city  for quail- quest Is unnecessary.
Struggled  on  Alone.
"We were not more than halt n
mile from Mawson when he returned,"
said Davis, "but could not relieve him
and his party. Mawson had gone out
with Ninnis and Mcrtz. Twenty five
days after the little party started Ninnis fell Into an unfathomable crevasse.
with n Bledgeloud of provisions, aud
his body waB not recovered.
For thirty-four dayB after this catastrophe   Mawson   and   Merc,   strug
KAMLOOPS   WILL   CASE
Daughter's Testimony as to Later
Document is Unavailing
Kamloops. Mny 27.- The hearing of
a probate case, argued before his
Lordship, the Chief Justice, nt the
Kamloops Mgltes excited much Interest.
This was the case of I. Howard
Smith and Andrew McDonald vs. Alice Cooper.
A wll signed by the late G. D. Mac-
rhcrson. of I base was submitted to
the chief justice for probate, but the
application was opposed on the
ground that a later testamentary disposition of his estate had been signed. The deceased's daughter declared
tat before his death her fattier had
spoken to her of this latter will and
NOTICE.
Notioe Is hereby given that the Corporation of tha City of New Westmin
stor proposeB to fill In and build eer-,
tain   works  on   the   foreshore   along:
portions  of  the  main   waterfront  of
the   City   of  New  Woatmlnster,   and i
has deposited the plans thereof and
a description of the   proposed    Bites
with  the  Minister  of  Public  Works
and a duplicate thereof In the office
of the Registrar of Titles for tbe District   of    New Westminster    in    the
Province of British  Columbia,  being
the district In which  such  work    Is
I proposed to be constructed, and will
one month after the date hereof ap-
jply to the Oovornor-ln-Counoll foi approval thereof.
I    Dated this 3rd day of May, 1913.
,THE CORPORATION OF THK CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Uy W. A. Duuoan, City Clerk.
(1197)
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Our Motor Truck now delivers Lamber, Lath and
Shingles ON THE JOB.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO- LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 8S0l
't
gled across the plateau-on the verge had specified ita termB. This docu-
of starvation until on January 17 ment, however, could not be found,
.Mcrtz.  too  Buccumbed  as  the  result      His lordship held that proof of the
POOL AND CIGARS.
King's Hotel Pool Room
Best Pool Tables In the city. Fin*
line ot Clgare and Tobacco. Sportlui
events bulletined.
A. Q. BEATON. Proprietor.
WHITE   ROCK   HOTEL
. Comfortable Family Hotel
Forty minutes run from New WeBtmlnster on O. N. Ry.   AH train..
stop at White Rock.
Fifty rooms, large Dining Hall, magnificent *rlt***r et Bar snd Gulf-,
only five minutes from Railway Depot; Hot and Cold Water. -Ruonra
can be engaged en suite, suitable for children aad families. Rump-tun
and American plan; gymnasium hall in connection, alao m attar* eem-
talning full line of groceries.   For terms and rates apply
White Rock, B.C.
P. GREYEi-L, rraprietw. PAGfi  t-OtJR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   28,   H13.
BEST MAY DAY IN
CITY'S HISTORY s:
!-��� I'a.i, tu,-nee sunt li through Dauphin
to Hraudnn, across again to Manltou
nnd to Dominion City. The line promised tin-nee K"es northeasterly    to
toss   and   Altona   and   back     to
ijicg.
Committee   Winds   Up  for   1913���Pre-
parations Made for Next Year's
Function.
American     Interests   Plan    to
Shipments  to   New   York.
Cochrane, Ont, May 27, For the
purpose of beginning the exportation
��f fish from a private reserve 26 miles
���south or Hurrlcanaw, Captain K. ll
Driscoll, nf Erie, Pa, Charles BOWSB,
To begin with, at the final act of or lh(. ���alm, pine,,, and Joseph Bow-
the. May Day committee meeting last ���,������ and V Held of Mi-Kean, Pa.,
���evening In the board ot trade room, |,.ft here with (1,000 worth nr nets
J. I Johnston, nfter I). K. MacKensie and twine, and It Is their Intention, If
had resisti'd all attempts to confer the venture proves BUOCesSful, to be-
tho honor upon hlm,    acooptod    the gin In the fall building freezers.
NORTHERN   WHITEFISH.
PIRATES THRIVE IN
GULF OF GEORGIA
CLERICUS  AT  VICTORIA
Westminster Clersy Prominent at the
Gathering.
Victoria, May 117.-   The second day's
sessions at the Hulled Clericus, which
has brought together a large number
of the clergy    of    Oregon,    Olympla,
Spokane, Columbia, New Westminster, Caledonia and Kootenay, wen
held today In Christ church when a
number of interesting addresses were
delivered  by  visiting clergy.
Uev.   B,   I!.   Bartlett,    Of    St.  Barnabas    church,     New    Westminster,
..     ., ,    ,      .  read  a  paper  on  "The  Place ot    the
Btdney, May 27.    Many res dents or; -���_, nm,,���.,,,     |���    Christianity,"    the
Make   Stores and Live Stock Looted at Pro-
t
vost and Saturna Inlands by
8tc_m Launch Gang.
The party are conducting the operations. It is said, for Dr. C/iiboruy of
Quebec Tbey were all In last fall
to ascertain what varieties of flsh
the lake, which Ib about 10 miles long
and five miles wide, contains. They
discovered beautiful whitellsh, her-
every
the Inlands ure suffering serious Iobb
at the hands of what appears to be
an organized gang of robin ra operating throughout the Ifilanda, and many
residents have sustained serious Iosscb
in live itock nnd goodB.
On Saturna iBland Bheep stealing
has been gnln^ on for some time, nnd
here the gang Iiiib been able to carry
on Ita proceedings without rear of being molested by the officers of the law.
Some of the party landed on tlie Isl-
pon  Of master    Of    ceremonies    for
1914
Apart from this, the meeting form
tni a standing oommlttee to work ail
thn 5 ear round  for  the  Improvement
of May Duy, the llnance omnmlttoo ro
ported  "All's  well,"  and    mirth    and  - ,       , ,
���Odd Will wars th* aooomp__JmMlt or  ring, and nearly every variety or flsh  and   commenced   to   slaughter   sheep
the ringing down of the curtain upon  on the calendar with the exception ol  and when they had a sufficient num
tx ��ommIttee  which   has  achieved    a certain kinds nf fresh  water pike. -         "        """
The principal shipments    will    be
made to the New  York markets.    Tho
only doubtful thing about  Ihe venture
is whether the Freight  rates will be
too inch to be profitable,   it is figured
that  the  rale   will   be     four    cents a
pound.
Thousands of dollars will be Invest-
Krtsalcr   success   ihan   has   heretofore
tieen  known  in  New   Westminster.
This at least Ih Chairman Cambridge's opinion. Ile It waB who, before tlie melting opened, said, "We
iiov-er had a May Dny like that of
191$,    Thai,   I   feel  sure,  ls  the con-
c'eiiBus of opinion In the city."
Mr. Cambridge thanked all the
cninniitli es, singled mil Ihe chairman
<if lhe dances committee for special
.���mention, paid a tribute to Miss Lena
Cotsworth and expressed the in-
debleon bs nt ihe general oommlttee
to the ladles who sn kindly helped.
Help from Premier.
The Blstera of the orphanage sent
their thanks for the comestibles hand
���ed over to their charges and Sir Rich*
ard UoBrlde sent something substantial, together wltb a letter, expressing his di sire to aid wherever in
could,    Fur this latter, the committee
tender their thanks,
There were piles ol hills to wade
through and some more no doubt are
to cline iii, hut the nuance committee
���were able to state thai lhe balance
was well nn the right side. The ac
counts wlll be audited In due course
ber  In   hand   they  signalled   to  their
confederates at night by means of a
lire on a high point which brought In
a boat Into which the carcaBses wero
loaded and tnken away.
On I'revost Island large quantities
of mores, Including ropes, gasoline
and   tools   have   been     looted.     The
measures taken by the authorities to
chler speakers to which were tbe
Very Kev. the Dean or Columbia, und
Itev. 11. M. Hantsay.
Canon (1. C. d'Kasum, also rrom
New WeBtmlnster, presented a, paper
"The Attraction or Modern Cults."
this being replied to by Uev. ll. H.
Day, of the New Westminster diocese,
and Itev. II. W, Simpson, of Kcotenny
diocese.
In the evening the guesln wero entertained at the home of the Vory
itev. the Dean of Columbia,
Brute Sentenced.
Edmonds,    May    27    A
: preaching while slavi
of  In  the  llurnaby   ]
ed In ihe Industry ne
Intended to Install ons nf the most up
to date freezing plants In the Dominion.
KINDNESS MURDER.
Xt fall, it being arrest these outlaws or to check their
proceedings ure futile In the extreme.
On the losses at I'revost Island being reported to the police at Victoria
a row boat was sent out from Ganges
to look for the culprits, who are known
to bave a fast steam launch.
case ap-
\* was disposed
lice court Hi .
morning when Job Kelly, of Alta
Vista, waB sentenced by Magistrate
iieatty to Bix months' Imprisonment
for vagrancy and living off the avails
of prostitution, Kelly protested his
innocence, hut this did not hold with
the magistrate.    The accused haa    a
record or IB convictions In the Vancouver police courl.
and any person In the city may then  charge.
True Bill Returned by Jury Against
Paul  Splntlum.
Vernon, B C��� May 21. A true bill
was returned by the grand jury at the
Vernnn assizes today against Paul
Splntlum, the Indian who with Moses
Paul is indicted fnr the murder nf
ConBtable Kindness north nf Ashcroft.
The trial was trnnaferred to Vernon
because it was felt lhat the state of
public opinion in the Clinton disirict
would make a fair trial there Impossible. Kindness was Bhot on May 3,
last year, while pursuing these men.
who wrn-  wanted  on  an  old  murder
inspect Ihem at his pleasure.
Newton it. Brown resigned the
���tri-asureiship he haa lllled wllh diB-
tlnqtlon (his year, and honors again
w< nt to J. J, Johnston, Regret was
expressed at Mr. Brown's impending
departure to Revelstoke.
The resolution affecting tho standing committee, which is composed of
Messrs. Cambridge, Savage, MacKen
zle. Luce, Peele, Johnston, Wade and
tiillty, runs thus: "That a standing
committee be appointed whose function shall be to carry on any prelim
inary work thai may arise or be
deemed expedient al any time during
the year in connection with lhe May
Day celebration. The function of
this committee shall cease automatic,
filly   afier   the   lirst   meeting   of    tho
general oommlttee,
"That tbls standing committee be
empowered to incur bills to an
amount not exceeding $50, same to be
authorised by the finance committee."
ALGERINE   RETURNS.
Han  "Ghcwn   the   Flag"   Down   South
American Coast���Six Month** Away.
Victoria, May "7.    At the close of a
������fiix months' cruise, ll, M. S. Mgerlne,
���Coomander Brooker, berthed at Esquimau    n  Sunday  evening.    The cruise
-was along the wi Btern coast of Amer
lea and  tho South   F.ea  Islands.    The
Algerine left on November 28, stopping   at   San   Diego,   and   calls     were
made  at   Manzanlllo    and     Acapuleo
About Christmas time.
Early in January the Algerine was
.at Guayaquil, and on the west coast
ealls were made at l'ort Paita and
Callao, In Peru and at Arlca, iQuique
and Valparaiso In Chile. Thence a
course was steered to Kapler Island.
Thne islands under liritish protection were visited on the return Jour.
ney, I'eiirhyn, Starbuck and Maldon
I sin mis.
Then Fanning Island and Washing -I
ton and Palmyra Islands were visited
���on rule to the Hawaiian group. A run
of H.liOO miles brought the Bloop to San
Diego, trom which port she proceeded
-to Victoria.    The Algerine when near
It Is expected that the trial will last
Beveral days, as the crown Is Calling
forty wltw EBes,
SHOOTING  THEM  OUT.
Dererling American Sailor and Thieving Austrian Deported.
Nelson, .May 27 -Charged With being a deserter from the United States
navy, II. A. Kelly, a prisoner at the
Nelson provincial jail, who was sent
here frnm KauiUiopB to serve a sentence for obtaining money by false
pretenses,   bas   been   deported   across
tbe line by Immigration Officer chlt-
ty to Vancouver. Kelly is said to hava
deserted frnm
ship at Puget
H. llryne/iik,
six montha for
i-<l to Austria.
Neb-on by Immigration Officer finik.
SEND IT ALONG HERE.
CORONATION ORE
Ten Stamp Mill Goes Into Operation
���Officials   Visit
Lillooet, May 117��� Hon. .1. Dunsnuiir
the largest, stockholder In tho Coronation mines, II. 11. Thompson, president of the company, and H, J. Perry, director are due to arrive in Lillooet al the end of this month, In order to be present at the starting of
the Btamp mill at the Coronation,
June 1,
Splendid progress Is being made
ut te mines, where a large amount
cf free milling nre nf very large value Is nn the dump ready for crushing,    This  will  be  treated  tbls  year.
To operate the ten stamp mill, Supi
C. L. Copp has secured the services
i.f Mr. K. C. St inmens. formerly of
te West Coast of kfriia. a mill man
of many  years'  experience.
Hoppe Defeats the Jap.
Kev  York,   May   17.    Willie   lloppe
successfully defended ins world's billiard  championship  title al   is  inch
balk   line,  two  she's  In.  againi
chafleoger.   Kndji   V.-iniada.  of
here  tonight,  the  score  being
33.
it the
Japan,
500 to
INDUSTRIOUS DOUKHOBORS.
Imperial Parliament.
London. May 21 Parliament reassembled today. The business this
week is comparatively unimportant.
A vast program has been broughl
down fnr this seaseii, which, if curled, will make il impossible for tin-
bouse to rise until late "' September,
Changes in Telegram.
Winnipeg, May 21.- At a meeting
of the directors of the Telegram
Printing company today c. A. Abraham was elected president and business manager, vice M. E. Nichols. Mr.
Nii-hiils* is to be managing director or
a new morning daily  in  Montreal,
Have   Made   Big  Changes  at   Glade���
Model   Houses���Fine   Land. /   _. ,
Nelson,  Mav 27,-  In the  Doukhobor!     Edmonds,    May    2,    -   Ihe    case
colony at made, on the Kootenay riv-1 against George H   Leaf, charged with
Leaf Case Adjourned.
Kdmonds.    May    27.     - The
a   United  Stales  war-
Sound.
sentenced in Nelson to
tin tt, bas been deport-
He   was   taken   frnm
running
Wan  cn
called   III
' ing,   but
down and injuring William
the evening of May 17. waa
the police court this morn-
again   was   adjourned   until
Wednesday morning. June ?,
was represented by his
Adam ri. Jaifriiston.
Mr. Leaf
solicitor.
PROFESSIONAL.
Montreal   Finds   That   Shipowners   Dc
Not   Use   Drydock.
Montreal, May 27     That the $2,000,-
000 floating drydock placed here last
'tall is likely to prove to be a white
[elephant is confessed by shipping authorities,
It was thought that shipowners
would use the deck for all repair;"
needed by vessels, but it has bet n
found that no company will put a
whip in the dock while there is the
Klighiest chance or sending it to BrltlBh ports for repairs.
A rase In point is that of the Elder-
Dempster steamer Benguelo, which
will get a murh required scraping
when she gets to South Africa, where
the work can be done by cheap black
labor.
As the shipping companies are getting cheaper insurance by reason of
the deck  being here, it  Is suggested
1 that  while they  will  nnt   use  It,  they
are mil entitled tn the advantage and
,'that it Ehould  be taken  to Quebec.
I 1,000 PROMISED ONES
er, abnut two dozen large residences
have heen built and some hundreds
nf acres of land cleared and planted
With vegetables, clover and small
fruits since  last   fall.
All the hnuses are constructed on
identically the same plan, and are of
the same size. Tliey are built in a
long row, facing the river, and are
located in pairs with a lengthy space
between each group. With every two
houses is a group of farm buildings.
A large numlier of new houses have
also   heen   built   at   other   Doukhobor I
enlnniiH   hetween   South   Slncan   and 1
Casttjtgar and between Castlegar and'adam   smith    JOHNbton,   haikuf
Trail. '     ter-aulaw,    sollcirnr,    etc.      T-alephipn
The clearing of the land  has beep I "        '" ���ii-'
carried  nnt   iu  a  very thorough  man
ner, the Improved tractB being entire
ly   free   frnm   stumps  and   stoin s  and,
looking   more   like   garden   land   thanjJ*  ���' 'H'-vaL CLUTK
anything else.
rnmsm
**^   I   Ls i W7 I T
WOMEN'S   COATS
IN A GREAT MANY
NEW STYLES
Every woman wants a Coat to wear over
her Summer Dresses���it is to be the greatest coat season of years. It will, therefore,
be of interest to learn of the splendid opportunity to secure one of these. We have provided a selection so varied that there will
be no difficulty in getting just the style, color and material desired. Come today.
Prices are: $9.50, $11, $13, $14.50, $15, $17.50
up to $27.50.
[CORBQUIbD, GRANT
Hstorn, Solicitors, etc
Hew  w�� Hi'.-fjin:'ti*r.    (
C.     J.  IV- sir-Ant.     A.
McCOLl
40  l���,rri,
E  Corbould,
:    Mnfoll.
BAT-
!tr��*e
I
Code, '
Block,
minute
tern Union." Offlos, Kill
Columlua str<-M. New W,'Ht
C.
HHrrtHt'T-at-lR-w
Bolicitor. etc : coi-niT Colombia an,
McKeneie streets. New Weatminstsi
B. r.   I'  o   Box 112.    Telephone   7l(
Attractive   Shadow
Cloth    Draperies
Shadow   Draperlec���In   beautiful   floral   and
bird designs; ton ground; wool and linen.
56 Inches wide.   Per yard         S1.00
52-inch Shadow Cloth���Fine even weave;
all over grape vine effect; dark colorings.
Per yard $1.50
Reversible Shadow Cloth���\ Beautiful
fabric: new designs and color combinations
f>. Inches wide, perfect!) reversible; launders and retains Its lustre; the very latest
for parlor or sltl ng room hangings. I'rice
per yard   $2.25
Reversible Shadow Cloth���':,2 inches wide;
reversible light ground; with lavender and
blue; slight touch Of gray; suitable fnr window nr d"nr hangings nr light upholstery.
Speeial   value  at.   per  yard       $1.25
Shadow Art S:rim���Light ground with very
pretty floral pattern; 40 Inches wide: exquisite li ingings fnr the summer; being
light, artistic and quickly laundered. Special  price,  per yard        4Qc
Japanese Silk Blouses
$4.00
Stylish Tailored Silk Blouses; made with
soft double collar and cuffs; materials are
fine quality Japanese silk; plain while and
with  blue und  gray stripe;   included are    a
number of natural color pongee silk; excel
lent   values,   all Bizet      I'rice $4. _0
Middy Blouses
A leading style this Season; made nf extra
quality white muslin nr indlanliead; sailor
collar, white or col red. Prices . $1.25*
$1.45 and $2.25
Modish Hats  for the
Children
We have assembled a vast assortment ol
pretty Straw Hals in every degree nr flne-
iii ss;   In a multitude of new shapes.  Prices
a'    35e UP to $2.00
Smart Saits for Misses and Women at $22.50
Exceptional values are featured in the new attractive Suits; developed in rine quality serges
whipcords, Bedford curds. popUss, heather mixtures; in plain, tailored and fancy styles; all
In the prescribed colors; navy, black, tan, gray, brown, Alice; well tailored and lined with
siilin and mlk serif-t;  regular vuJoes range up to  {36.00,    Special   value $22 80
High Wind. Eh ?
Garfield, Kas., May 27.���A freight
car eel in on a siding here tc be loaded the next morning mysteriously
disappeared during the night, and i:
was only after several hours of tele-
graphing that It was finally located
at Kinsley, lij miles away. It was a
windy night and the car had been
blown all the way to Kinsley.
J.   P,    IIA.-.-JI-*"
"N    BOUt,   JiAllIUSTKF
Solicitor   a
id     Notary.    Offices     H��r
blooki  '-\ L
,rn��.   ntrer-l. New  West mln
sur.  II. C.
kANd   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Lc�� 3  a nd  4,  Block  5.  of  S-ction
WcQUARRIl
RarrlBti rn
IVeHtniunste
tin. W <!.
CasssxSy.
M.NitTlN     *    OAH.SADl
ind   Solicitors,     BOS   to   61'
���  Tr'j-t   tllnek     Q    T.    Mil-
Mr<>i_.rrre    and   Oeorge   L
ARRIVE  THIS  YEAR
a
The     vil
rat  which
Montreal.    May   21    The   Aaconlft,
,    ,        ,    , ,    , .,       i -hich    arrived    this    morning    frum
ing her destination picked up three (Southampton, broughl fifty brldes-to-
ht\ mewl of whom were met nnd nuir-
mi n on hoard the launch Iloamer of
Portland, who were flying distress Big-
,-n^J-s 2i) miles south of ('oob Hay.
Rats !
Mlllvill��,   N".  J���   Maying has on exhibition
has  been   wearing spectacles  for    ten
years,   The rodent became entangled i
in them -fears agn.    Part nr its body !
had grown around the frame.
tVHTTBBTiDE, EDMONDS A WHITE
siffe ��� BnrrlBters and Solicitors, west
minHiwr Trust Bih.. Columbia street
New Weetmlneter, It C raid' addreai
"'.Villi' siil,���," W-stern Union. P. O
Drnvn-r 200, Telephone- 119 W. J
Whliislde, K. c; 17. t.. Edmonds, I
WltHealHK
End
-COT THREE   YEARS   EXTRA.
Alberta
of    N*;tcrtcu-.   Trial   of
Thief and Degenerate.
Hdmcnton, May 21 Sentenced two
>,:���; . * i i.i twelve yeara' penal servitude r r serious offences in connec
linn with two little girls of twelve anil
thirteen years, appealed frnm sentence,
in '��� ;n i'i: b ie* ii Calgary but fall.
and new trial ordered on ground ol
i-i - Ion ' i Improper evidence nt
former trial, yesterday al Kdmonton
tbefore Phlef fuBtloe Harvey and a
jur> md found guilty and sentenced!
Io  fifteen   years'  |n nal  servitude.
The above is He* extraordinary history <r i (a>>* which his occupied the
attention of the criminal courts of Al
'lierl*. for some considerable time. The
prieoner is Carl C. Paul of llruce. Al
ticrta. where the grave offences were
committed.
Paul, when he was sentenced to the
���twelve year term two years ago. was
-sent nn at the same time fnr home
etaMIng, tli" sentences to run con
���currently The jury tlid not take long
to consider the'r verdict, and the prisoner, instead of escaping scot free nr
-getting a reduced sentence, actually
received an increased sentence.
ried by their fiancees during lhe afternoon.
Already this eeason over one thou-
| vand encaged young women have been
(landed lure, must nf them marrying
; npirn arrival and Betting nut with
! their husbands for the west.
Many of the husbands today objected very strongly tn the inch run ,if
rnarrlMK-c llcenes in Quebec, which is
ttr dollars.
Trout for Up Country.
Salmon  Arm,  B, C,  .May 21     Sixty
thousand cutthroat trout ��� ggs are he
;ng Incubated and placed in boxes in
tlie various streams in the surround
ing districts.
Westminster
inn
They c 'tne frnm     New
lo the Tappen hatchery
36.  Block   5  North.  Range 3 West,
Maj  529,   in   tine   District   at  New
Westfminat-er.
Win mas  -prnol ef  the  losn *f Cer-
; tifleatu* of Titl-e Xmnlivr    liieTIF.    Is-
, sued in the name, ��r Alexander A,Han,
' haB  been  filed  an  thiB office.
.Vidian iB tiered? given that  I shall,
lat  the expiration  of one mon A from
I the dia-fce of the Hirst publication here-
or, in a dully laewspaper published In
j the  flty   of   \f*w   Westminster,   issue
-i duplicate of aft* said Certifliralc, unless  fn  the meantime  valid* oAjection
b<* mude to m�� r_ writing.
N. fiWTNN,
Iitstrtct Registrar inf Titles.
I.ami, ttaghsby Office, New  Westminster, BlC April .in. I'll;;.     (1208)
A?HCKOFT*3   AIMS
New Western Railway
Ottawa. Mav
miltee of the commons today up
���provinl a bill to Incorporate a new
western railway io b�� known as the
Canadian Northwestern Railway com
pany. There is a formidable arrav ol
���directors, consisting uf three Bngllsh
lnrdi Lord I Inward de Walden, Ix>rd
Clinton and l^-.rd Montague of Hean-
lieu. W. K. Morgan. Jr., of Paris and
New Ynrk. Is another big director.
Frederick W. Maker and Harry K.
Brittain. of London, both described as
diroclois of companies, are also
named as directors. The capitalization is (15,000.000. The road proposes
to run from Winnipeg to Manltou,
thence through Southern Manitoba
���and .Saskatchewan lo Lethbridge. The
road  then strikes northwest to North
Public   Merting   Favors   Incorporation
���SOwcrage   Laid   Over
Ashcroft, May ::,.   ,\  question    ef
vital int. rest in lhe eilizens nf Ash
���reft ihat nf incorporation under t'te
Rgt, waler and sewerage net was
bronchi up at a public meeting list
week, ThlB movement was very much
favored ' *i the meeting, and a c m
mlttee of Beven, consisting of Messrs
San Ben Haddock, Hobson, Stoddart,
II. I.. I",, Austin and Wesl. has been
unpointed to Investigate the matter
thoroughly and report later at a general meeting.
'Hi', question nf appointing two
vrwerage commissioners to rill vacancies left liy tiie resignations nf
MessrB McQIlllvray and Ward was
voted down. The sewerage problem
was finally laid over for a period et
six months ami the commissioners
The railway com- requested 10 prepare a statement nf
accounts  lo  date.
Not  Much Use There,
llerlin. May 21    Germany's newest
Dreadnought,    the    Koenlge    Albert,
went aground ofl   Danzig   yesterday
when star'ing on  lur trial   trip.    Shu
has  mil   yel  been  refloated.
COAL   MINIM
In, Manitoba
'���ho Vulti'T*, I'li-rilor
rftorlea t**\ in n i-
of British i *,,i���imi,i.i
I'M Ml     'll     IW-lltV   ���Ml'
rental of li nn -*cr.
I,* Northwesl
u of He- Provlno
iy I,'* leased for i
���iri- t,t im annus
Net  mors than  25S'
For   tho   Highlands.
9us  returns  for  the  C
ju-i
Slam for Patents.
Waihington,      May      21.    Patented
articles cold  undor price  restrictions
hy  manufacturi rs mav  be resold    by
rt tailer. a' cul rates. Tlle United
Slav 1 . :; ri me courl sn held 1. day
In Un* co ii if :i new iy patented nerve
tonic*.
Monument to Mead.
Olympla, Wash., May 21 Governor
I.later and the olher members of the
stato historical building commission
voted today to work with citizens of
Ilellingham in erecting a inuniimetit
in memory of the late Governor Albert  E.   Mead.    The  money  will    be
Ilattloford, actosB lo Prince Albert to rais.O by popular subscription.
Bad
Tie- census returns lor the County
ol Sutherland, which have ju-i been
published, show that tin* decrca
population, which hns been fteiultly
maintained since 1861, was con tinned
between 1901 and 1011. Tin- 1 a t ��� - -1
censut gives tlie population as _.) 170,
as against 21,440 111 1901, 11 ducrcesu "i
1,261, amI 25,703 in IH51. a decrease d
5,0U, in 21.8 per cent.
(July one parish ia now nt it- maximum, while several since tm' nml lie
ul last century bave decreased hy n*
much as Jo per cent., nr more Three
thousand tour hundred 1 ml lim-ly-
six males ol Uie "occupied" Uni hi i
connected with agricul lure nml li-h
ing, this in in*.' 670 less thai; In ItHil,
while of the females 35.2 i" r cent.
are Indoor domestics, ami .-;.'��'* me
connected with agriculture Eleven
thousand eight hundred niul thirty
inn- person-), or o.*,fi per cent nf III.'
population, can speak Gaelic, 1--
speaking thnt language only, lln- i��
2,713, nr H.u per cent less litati m
1001, when Iiii) could, nnl*. -t ,1,
Gaelic. The proportional Gn .,:
speakers vnries (nun 84.8 per f-rnt, 111
Assy at to 30 per cent. 111 Kill,man.
Muot  Wait Till   Pall,
Summerland,   11.   ('..   May     1!7.    On
Monday  morning the water had risen
tn   sueli   an   extent   frnm   ilu
rains lhal the false work nf t!
aerosB the canyon wiib wash
and work cannot gn nn until the au
tutnn, Hit- current Is tto -strong.
aorea win n.- tauted lo one applloant.
.\|ii'iic��iw��n tni h  leaaa musl  bs mmi
by  'ii'*- applicant   in  1- r^on  t-t the  Affer
ier Bu_-_BMIt  ef  lie- -IIKtrlol   In  widen tli
irlKhls  .,, el|..|   tor  ���r,    sill.,lied
tn  surveyed  territory  lie-  land  m>c��t   I,
I ri. srrtb*d  i,y   section!    er  leaal   sui,-,llv,
Blonn of Beciinns   Hiei in unsurveyed tei
ritory   lhe   tr.icl    applied     for     thill     h
staked oul hv in., applleanl himself
Kach application  must  ',*> anoompanln
hy  .,   fee  of   >.',   which   will   he   refund   il   I
ih" rights anplM fm me iv,1 avallabli
hut not otherwise, a royalty siu-iii i>
paid nn lie- iti.ieiiHfit.thii. output nr th
iiitti'  at th,- rate nf '*,-" cents p,-r inn
Thf person i,e< ruling Ihe mine s'ihI
furnish the Aie <v -Mth swnrn return'
accounting fm tin full quantity of mer
chantable cimi minor) snd pav tlie n>>
ally thereon If On -,.,i mining rlnht
nr,- nnl h, Inn uperated sueh returns nhi-Mjli
, ii"  furnished  111   I'.in   nnne u   yenr
The lease wlll  Im-I'idi- lhe col  minim
rl��hls   nnly.   hnt    ll,.     |<.,ih""   will    h���   p..,
mitt'i) tn purcha-ss whatever avatlabl
Burface UkUs mat !������ consldsrnd neves
sary to, lhe working of tin- mine at ih
, rat"  of   ll"  an  nrr"
Poi full Inform-atlon spplloallon - n*
I h,   made in tn,   Secretary of lie   Depiif-i
; mini  of id., interior,  Ottawa, or  to sn
Ag,-iit   or   S11I, Am-n*   ol   Hoinl'mni   I.nn.l
\V   \V   COHV
Deputy  Mlnlnt.il  of im   !��� ,,., |,,
M   11 ��� Unauthorised piihlleni|,,n of tin
advertisement  will n,.i  I,,   paid  for
CANADIAN PACIFKi
RAILWAY CO.
TRAINS FROM NEW WESTMINSTER FOR
SEATTLE
Leave 12:55a.m.,   10:00a.m.,   12:17p.m.,  4:28p.m.
Through Trains for Portland, Ore.
Leave at 12:55 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 4:28 p.m.
Close connection made at Portland with trains
for California.
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
to all Eastern points in effect dailv May 28th to September 30th.
Final Return Limit, Octoher 31 st.
Choice of direct line returning.
For rates, reservation, and all
information apply to F. C. Meyers, Agt. at Bridge. Passenger
station Phone 26.1
Splendid  arrangement*    made    this   ���
year  for  cheap   round   '.Ttp  tickets  to
_ll   points  east,   cornm-mi.ing   May  28.
Week Kud tlckem ,._ mile to IuchJ
points at Single Fare tor Round Trip
in   Kridaya,   Saturday*  and   Sundays.
Kor rates and reB-srvatlon apply    to '
KU. GOUUBT, Agtiui
New  WeHlminste
Or H   w   H.ndlo. r,p\. VanconvBi
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Hldir.
t. ti. Mccormick
Phone 92/.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
"���JWfr"_k-roitT>t ��t
Transfer Co.
">fflci   I'licns   IBS.      Bsrn   Pnotlo   Is
Bsgb'e fltrtst.
HaKxa>;e Del!vel ���*�����* Promptly to
any psrt of the eity.
un.  risen
, i',i.i*'e Light and huavy Hauling
ed   HW.-iy D
CITY OF NEW  WLSTMINSTEn, B (.
^ank of Montreal
KSTAMI ISIIF.ll 1M7.
CAPITAL  (Paid Up)    I1fi.000Q00.0r
-ICSERVE    $16.000 000.01
Branches tbroitRhaui Canada and
Newfoundland, nud ,n London fCng
nml. Sen York, Chicago nnd Bpokaui
I.8.A., nnd Mexico Cltv, A gwtnrai
unkind liusii'1-nc tranaaotud,   l.etian
if  Credit   IPHiied.   uva.iahle   with   ISOr
reBpiiiidenln In all purtu of the world
BavingB Hunk Department���Duposlti
received in minis of JI und upward
md Interest allowed nt 3 p( r cent, pei
iiiniim (priKont rato).
Total ���\Bsets over $188,0110,00(1.00,
NEW  WESTMINSTCR  BRANCH,
O. D.  BRYMNEH,  Mauate:
Suit 19. B. C. E. R.  Depot.
���sssimiis���asmi���i���
New Westminster B. C.
C. N. Edmondson & Co.
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Are Showing Kimie very pretty designs in BraBB Beds, -I ft und 1 fl. Ci in.
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WEDNESDAY,   MAY  28,   1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAot *****
For Sport Readers
ELECTRICS FAIL
TO SIOP MOOSE
Openlno Event In    Local    Ball    Yard
Goes to Herd by Four Runs
to One.
The   (Hy    Ilaseball   league   season
was   usi.end   In   on   the Que-SDI  park
diamond    last    evening    when     HIM
(.minim's    aggregation    of    brigands'
wearing  Moose colors got away  with i
a victory over the H. C,  BleotliOl tol
ihe tune or 4 to 1.
Throughout th�� live innings of play j
some  good  and   bad  ball  wns dished
out   to  the  throng  of  free  and   Independent   electors   that doited  the  ex-'
pensive  pews, the  IClectrlcs being ro-'
sponsible  for the  majority of errors,
due, no doubt, to Insufficient training.
Corbett, on lhe mound for Ihe II. ('.
B, It., pitched a great gnme and hnd
the UOOie outfit looking like stngn
money al a hankers' Convention ...onl
of tlie time, only two hits being poled
from  bis offerings.
Home, on the other hand, while
steady at limes, was peppered freely
In one Inning and with only decant
base running the score would havo
shown  a closer  battle.
The Moose scored in tl.e llrst. hoc-
ond, third and lift!), while that lone
oue gleaned hy the circuit breakers
was batted in the third following
errors by  Home and Gentry.
Practically the entire Balmoral
line-up was present and watchi d the
proceedings, giving  vent at  times    to
slnti-inents   about   wha!.  they   will   do
id by tin- ten.us of Vernon, Armstrong
and Kelownn:
.lune   .'),   Kelowna    at    Armstrong;
[.lune 19, Armstrong at Kelowna; June
j ITi,   Armstrong   at   Vernon;   July   10,
Vernon at Kelowna; July IS, Kelowna
at Vernon;  July 88,  Vernon ut Armstrong.
Tl.e schedule will be amended or ex-
1 tended later In the season as seems
nect'Hsary. Kelowna will field a
strong team this year, especially the
defensive end, and there Ib sufficient
new material on the roll to ensure a
speedy    scoring    division.    Seriously
PELKEY AND BURNS
COMMUTED EOR TRIAL
Colli   Out   on   $10,000   Ball���Probably
Be Tried  at  Special   Sitting  of
Supremo Court
u professional baseball player, which
cost him Ills title or the world's greatest amateur athlete, developed nothing wonderful Manager Mctiraw of
the (JiantH believes that Thorpe will
yet develop Into a mighty star of the
diamond, and the Little Giant Is Is a
prety good Judge of baseball raw r:ia-
l-i-lal.
HOWE AND THE BA3
At the Theatres
A   SPRIGHTLY
"La Belle Butterfly,"
Calgary, May 27.--Hotli Arthur Pel-
key and Tommy Burns wore committed to stand trial on charges of man*
���laughter In connection with tho death
of l.uther McCarty here Haturday.
The evidence produced at tha preliminary hearing today was Identical
. ,      ,,      . , , ito Unit given at the Inquest yesterday.
sarsa ^Srtat* ,8out s��w s4* * ? ,w- **��� *&
3       '��� presided   at   the  preliminary  hoarlng,
granted both men ball In tho Bum of
$10,(100 to appear for trial when called upon.
Kd. Smith, of Chicago, who refereed
��� Iho  bout,  und   Hilly   McCarney,  manager of McCarty, were bound over ln
I the  sum   of   $f>00  each  to  appear  as
\V.    U     Pet. j witnesses at the trial.    All Ihe bonds
were  forthcoming    as    soon    as    the
court adjourned.    Neither Pelkey nor
Hums ottered any defence.
No arrangements   have   yet   been
made for the  trial of the    two    men,
Baseball Results.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
I..
Ui
Itt
16
20
24
-7
Vancouver  23
Seattle    21
Portland   19
Victoria   20
Tacoma  17
Spokane  16
Yesterday's Games,
At Spokane��� i(.   h.
Vanoouver  fi   10
Spokane  r,    ��
llatteries;       Clark,    Ingersoll
Lewis; Toner and Osldlek.
At Tacoma��� it
Victoria    0
Pet.
.605
.600
.542
. 500
.414
.357
K.
2
2
aud
but It Is probable that a special
ting'of the Biiprenie court will be
ranged.
Tacoma   7
Batteries:     Narveson   and
Dolce and  Harris.
At Seattle- It.
S, utile      0
Portland    5
ll. K.
6 8
lo l
Meek:
SURPRISES MADE IN
ENGLISH CRICKET
Hon.     Joirph     Turned    s     Vie moo.
Enemy   In!)  a Strong Fiiend.
i   Away back In the early sixties there :
lived in Cornwall a colored barber *
'named T. II. While, a well-educated
man. a keen politician, and ft character all-around. This wua in time ol
negotiations preceding Coniederation,
and there were many distinguished
men in the town to see tbe late Hon.
John Sandlleld Macdonald. who was
���mong the political leaders ol those
���days.
liarber White was the only manipulator of the raior in Cornwall st
that time ami naturally had the honor
of shaving those ol the publicists who
needed his services. He wss (airly in
his element, and as he was a good
talker lie acquired plenty ol political
Information, which he retailed to li.-i
local customers to good effect afterwards.
For some reason or other, White
had developed a great aversion to
Hon. Joseph Howe of Nova Scotia,
one of the fathers of Confederation,
and was never tired ol abusing him,
nothing short of murder being too vile
to  lay  t��  his charge.
One morning s stranger came ofl
the early  train,  and  a.i  soon  as  the
OPERA.
a big musical
success, which will be seen at the
Opera House ou Thursday evening
next Is possessed of much charm to
recommend It to lovers of delightful
music, sprightly and wel! executed
ballets and songs that are new and
up to date In their conception.
Tliere Is a plot, too, and It Is a well
defined plot at that, leading real Interest to the comedy element which ls
wisely and plentifully distributed
throughout the piece. The plot Is, of
course, secondary to the musical feature of the piece and serves as a foundation around which Is built one of the
most entertaining musical revuea
which has ever been brought Into the
west. The costumes were each and
every one Imported from Kurope and ,
each bears the trademark of a really I
famous  European designer, Madame!
Hess.
Teddy McNamara furnishes comedy
of his own Inimitable brand In the
best role he has cBeaye-a for many a
day and In the charaoter of Robert
the Flallirr be Is aided and abetted In
the fun making by Queen I-a Williams,
Nellie McNamara, I'attle HIM, Willie
Beven; Leslie Donaghey, Willie Pollard, Dorothy Hrown, May Pollard,
Jessie  Ilrayton  and  forty others.
We Act as Agents Only for ths Purchase   and   Sale   of   Real   Estate
to   ll
maki
local
e herd on
their llrst
ball  yard.
Friday   when
appearance   111
they
the
llatteries:     I), II
and   Williams,
and Wally
II.    K.
5      3
11       1
Stanley
NATIONAL    .EAGUE.
'..   hiiIiiwj of tne Clubs.
NOW WE'LL TRY
THEM THIS WAY
Con
Jone:*;  Shifts  and   Adds    to     His
Line up for Next Saturday's
Came.
Pet.
.768
.575
.514
.527
.500
.457
.419
.2X6
E.I
0
1
It
i-nil
sev-
pro
was only natural to expect
changes In the Vancouver
fessional lacrosse line-up, following
their defeat in tho opening game and
from reports fro... the Terminal City
the Qreen Shirts will present several
new faces t" lhe gaze of the sport
I ring publlc at next Saturday's
game in Vancouver.
Tho dismal showing of both the
home and defence apparent!) nettled
Coach   Griffith   and   Manager   Con
Jones.
The veteran, Harry Godfrey, who
acted ns goal umpire in Saturday's
gnme, has fallen to the lure once
more and ecu..tmnced 'raining on
Monday evening Harry should get
into shape by Saturday so that there
wlll be one player more for the local
home to get past before they can hope
to score. Harry plays a clean, careful game Buch as the fans delight to
see and liis return will be welcomed
by Westminster supporters
Fred (Cyclone) Taylor, who is better known as the hockey star of the
continent, Is making such a showing
that Con will likely give him a I ry
oul at centre, Kor the home division,
Joe Qorman, the former Tecumseh,
and Dol Phi Ian appear likely lo ha
included, especially the former (ior-
man scored a whole batch of goals
while   playing  with   Charlie  Querrle'S
crew   last  sensi.. ..nd bus been oul
with the bunch every evening this
wei v,.
Practically no changes will be
made In tbe Sain.on Belly lineup,
Manager Olfford being satisfied wltb
ihe showing made on Saturday.
The game wlll be played on the
Hastings park <>vnl. known to some
ns Exhibition park, which has been
graded and Unbilled up in a style- to
make il one ol the besl lacrosse fields
In lhis section ot the continent. The
grandBtand, which is quite close to
the Held Is of fioi.o capacity.
W.    L.
Philadelphia ..     22    7
Brooklyn    19   14
St.   I-Ollis    IK     17
Chicago    19    n
New  York    16    16
Pittsburg   16   19
Boston 18   18
Cincinnati   lo   25
At  Iloston   I firm game)     It     II.
Ni w  York     li     4
Iloston      1      7
Hatterles:   Ma: how son and  Meyers;
Tyli r and Whaling,
Second game��� It     H.    E.
New   York    2      7      8
Iloston   5     6      1
Batteries Tesreau, Wlltae and
Meyers; Perdue, Rudolph and Whaling,
At  Chicago - H.    II.    K.
St.  Louis     1      5      1
Chicago   2    5     l
Batteries: Salle-e. Qeyer and McLean. Ihl.Iebraud; Overall and
Archer.
At Brookl]n   Philadelphia-Brooklyn
Good Weather Does Not Affect Bowling and Few High Sccrej Are
Reni8tered.
game
At
game
postponed;
Pittsburg
postponed;
rain.
Cincinnati-Pittsburg
ruin.
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
Standing  of  the  Clubs.
w. u
Philadelphia 23    10
Cleveland    24    12
Chicago    21    16
Washington  19   16
Boston    16   l��
St   Louis    It*    24
Uetrolt    ...16    24
Nl w York         9    24
Yeati rday's Games.
At Philadelphia (tlrst game)
it.
Washington   	
Pblladi Iphla 	
Hatterles:     (iallia    and
Plunk and  Lapp.
Beoond game
Washington  	
Pblladi Iphla i
Batteries:      Hughes.    Altroc
Henry. Homier and Schang.
AJ   St.   Louis��� H
Detroit    '*���
St. Louis  ...
II
k
ii    ::    o
s    s    o
A ins.u.Hi.
II.
.  1
London, May 27���Surrey beat Ksscx
by 71 runs In Iheir match which
started Empire Day at the oval. Today's play saw Essex dismissed In
their Becond innings for 1S5. Tlie
scores by Innings were:
Surrey -First innings, 333; second
Innings, 126 total, 459.
Essex���First Innings, 200; Becond
innings   185;  total, 3X5.
Lunch scores In games Btarted Mon
day are as follows:
Kent appears lo have the game
with Somerset In their hand by put-
ting them all out in their first Innings
for 146. Fielder taking four wickets
for 37 runs. Kent started iheir second Innings with 261 for the wickets,
whieh added to their 233 mnde in the
first innings, should make things
easy. Harding was the chief contributor with 105. while Seymour (James)
is not out for 61.
Yorkshire also have practically won
their match wltb Sussex compiling
mIT In their first innings, thus having a lead of 1982. Hnlgh was the
highest score with 66, On going into
bat for their second Innings. Sussex
ilost nine wickets for 205. P. O, H.
Fender making 76 not out.
Gloucester have obtained a lead ot
Pet 226 U. thp first innings play againat
.697 | Notts, being dismissed this morning I
.657 ; f0r :>,i4 Nason played a splendid
.568 Innings for 139. Notts started off in
.542 their second innings with 71 for two
���**J   wickets.
���J���       I.i lie. .sur   Concluded  their   firs'   in-
'j*?j|nlng8   with   111.   lluddlcston   bowling
-'-   In    line    form    for   the Lancastrians.
| Lancashire lost  live wickets for    149
In  the second  innings.
The game be;ween Warwick and
Hampshire promises to be close, as
! Hampshire were all out this morning
; for 319, thus having a lead of 59. Newman was the heavy hitter with 6S.
Warwick made ii good start in the
second innings with 82 and no wickets
down.
With a lead of 115 over Cambridge
university   Northampton  closed    their
first   innings  this   morning  with
Cordial to Page.
London, May 27. -Walter Hines
. Page, the new American ambassador,
Darber shop was open, betook himsell was received with great cordiality by
thither (or a shave. It was not long K'r Edward Gray, the Hrltish foreign
before White introduced his favorite secretary, at the foreign office this af-
topic. and the name of Howe came up. ternoon. Ambassador Page Is to be
"Politicians is a pretty queer lot, received by King George on Saturday,
suh,"   I.e   said.    "Some  is  good   aiui   -_-________^_______________________
some   is   bail,   but  that   Howe   is   the ! '���
worst of the bunch. If lie cues on hv
will ruin this country. Oh, dat villain.
Joe Howe, be ought to be in the penitentiary," V.'h.t ��� was so excited thnt
the stranger could not get in a word;
what be did sny only encouraging ths
barber to further talk.
The Operation over, the stranger
handed White a dollar, with the remark: "You're a good barber, snd
your conversation is very interesting,
���veil ll it is somewhat personal. Keep
the change."
A few minutes later a townsman
came In and asked who the late customer was
"I don't know," replied White, "but
he  is a  pertect gentleman."
"Why," said tl.e townsman, "that's
the Hon. Joseph Howe, of Nova Sco-
tiu ; he lias just gone over to see Sand-
field."
"Can't help thnt," rejoined White,
"I'll stick to what I said," snd Iroiu
that tune forward the apostle ol Confederation from the Bluenoses had no
firmer defender than the black barber fr.'in Cornwall.
QYA
theatre;     ,
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None In His Time.
Then- is n story going the round*
that Michael Clark, the eloquent
physician-farmer of Hed Deer, who
hat*-*- a protectionist ss heartily as Ins
western colleague, Frank Oliver, objects to the siiitring of the National
Anthem, is shortly t��� > leave the t-idernl
for the Provincial field, and will lea l
the Liberal  party in Allien.!.   "Red
Michael," as he is familiarly known,
is one of the best debaters in the
House, and the tireen Ch-amber wonld
miss his pungent wit and strong party
spirit. As a story teller, Ur. ("lark has
few equals, his cniel rival in thi-
somewnat negleot-ii held being F. 11
Shepherd, a fellow Englishman who
del, ated the redoubtable Ralph Smith |
in the riding cf Nanaimo at the last
' elections. One of the doctor's favorite
st*i.ii- .s that ol the Enelish immigrant who In..lied nt Red Herr lust
summer when the weather was extremely wet ami eld. Meeting another from his home land, tlie newcomer
���sai.l  grumblingly:
"Say. don'l tliey bevel 'ave hsny
summer out 'ere, hany ', t weather,
you know'-"
The other Englishman replied:
"Don't arsk me. I've only heen out
ere eleven months myself."���Canadian Courier.
Louse Byrd
Singer   of   Illustrated   Songs.
4    FEATURE    4
PHOTO  PLAYS.
Including one Keystone
Comedy.
Friday Night
Is Amateur
Night
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches Throughout the  Province of British Columbia.
Savings Department at all Branches Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards received and Interest at the highest current rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable In all parts ot the
world.
-      CHAS. G. PENNOCK, General Manager.
New   Westminster   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
The FRASER CAFE
Quick Service, Good Meals, Reasonable Prices.
CORNER OF BEGBIE AND FRONT STS.
Ilatteri
Mitchell
At
Kann1
.M
game
is;     /..unlock nnd    Stallage;
ind Agnew.
Cleveland ���   Chicago Cleveland
postponed; rain.
New     York    Boston-New    York
pOBlponed;  rain.
SPORT CHATTER.
ir.y the Potter.)
Harry Oodfrey will he out with Vancouver nexl Saturday, together with
Joe Oorman and Cyclone Taylor.
When Jones .ver does gel a winning
aggregation togother will he be able
io hold them?
with
. the
not  yet  signed
Apparently  the
a    week stipend
the former Salmon
of the Westmins-
Harry   llyland   has
wiih  the Torontos.
twenty  five   I ouch
does nnt appeal to
Belly and men.he.
ti r hockey chumpl'ms.
Who says thai Joe Kavanaugh was
not tickled on Sat unlay when IiIh team,
the Irish Canadians, defeated the !������
ronton, laut year's champions
then the Blue BhlttB hnve lOSl
Marshall and Billy FlUgerald,
Davie Gibbons in Btiil lu
and BhoWB no symptoms of itoiiiR hack
���O.'IKt.
Il.lt
Iluck
while
Vancouver
LiiRF'd lo Ntw Country.
TV-spite tl n w.rk nl The Standard of
Empire in tbe ..."ther country ninny
inunlerants arrive in Auftrs.in woefully i.noranl "I the condition" .1 attain there Some .1 tli in br";'-' "' '
���striii'ce-t  assortment ol "Vffectl
th'iin thai could I"' Imagined.
One i< tbe inte-t additions 1
population brought oul " ''use ot
inodi which il look ���"* m " ">'''���*���
The esse corn-wed when being handled Irom the trolley, nn.l 11 was then
lound ii contain odd pieces '.I Iron,
Mich ns l.lnck-milhs' cut .>n when
making hnr��e.��hner.
It wns  gatheml   thst   the owner rf
wa- doubtful whether there
iron In tl.e Commonwealth,
brought (oma slang lor lus
Another inm.iei"��' brought
Itundredwelghl o wire
nSil, ol dlfterenl sites, He (lid not
wanl to be short of nail* when tlw
tin.e enme . r him In build his hot -. .
. th.nl man, >. cabinet-maker, had
mBny dotem ol window fasteners and
fixings, whieh he apparently thought
would be novelties in Austra in. Hi*
total weight oi luggage (or 1.100 lm
migrants who were paasengers uy we
Bteamer wsi over ;i(X) tons.
to which S. (!. Smith contributed
Rain has stopped  play.
SPORTOGRAPHY.
(By  "Gravy.")
JIM THORPE. GREAT INDIAN
ATHLETE,   18  25  TODAY
���i=ncinte
���s. The
rk ( lo
1.06, is a
s   once   a
the on-e
wns any
ll.nl   so
own use.
out   severnI
ot
That  wnn a blttar pill for Ma
McGraw   to   swallow   yorterday
the lowly Boston
ii  double  licking.
wager
when
Braves bunded oul
Even   the    great
Mathewaon had to con lo a shut-out
agalnBt Tyler in the opener.
The coasl papers will henr bul little
About Untie in.rriei.u dur lngthe next
two or three months, His defi
Joe Bayley on Saturday hasi taKei
the stamina oul ot him ami aim. wb
supporters,
PUGILISTIC ANNALS.
by
en nil
OKANAGAN  STICK  HANDLERS.
Kelowna Hopeful of Annexing Honors
���Schedule Announced.
Kelowna.  Mny    W.    The    follow nc
nohedule,  subject t<> nitemtio... hae
been drawn up by the Oknnnaan \
ley Lacrosse League, which ia form-
1908
1800
mu
LOIS
191-
fke  Weir fOUghl   flrst  American
battle, defeating Willie Knee ln
four rounds at  Boston.
Jim  Barry    knocked    out    Tom
1). Inn In  llrst  round at Paris.
-Johnny    Coulon   knocked   out
Tibby Wntson In tenth round at
Dayton.
Joe    Coster    defeated    Krnnklo
Conley  In lit)  roiindn    at    New
Orleans,
-Eddie MoOoorty outpointed Boh
Moba in ten    rounds    at    New
York.
All of us good Indiana will celebrate
today, for this the the birthday of
"the greatest athlete of all time,"
JameB Thorpe. The Carlisle athletic
star who won the pentathlon and decathlon in the last-Olympic games,
easily defeating the beat gladiators
of the civilized world, was born on a
far... near Prague. Okla., Muy .8, 18!vS,
Just 26 years ago today.
The stork brought twins on that occasion, but   Jim's ���brother died   in  Infancy.    Thorpe  has    Ihree    brothers I
ami   three   listers     living,     and     his
youngest brother, now a lad of IE, and
a student of nn Oklahoma school for:
Indians, gives promise of maintaining |
the   family's   reputation   for   athletic
prowess.    All  the Oklahoma Thorpes
are well to do and prosperous farmers.    Both Of Ihe great athlete's par-
entS are now dead
Thorpe Is far from being a pure
blooded Poor Lo. and has both IriFh
and Krench blood in his veins. On his
father's side, his grandfather was anj
Irishman, also named James Thorpe,
and his grandmother a full-blooded:
Sue and Fox Indian. On the maternal
side, his grandfather was French and
hla grandmother a full-blooded Indian of the Pottowatamte tlrbe! Thorpe
Is thus half pale-face, divided equally
between  French  and  Irish,    and  half
j redskin,   with   the  honors   equally  divided between Pottowatamte ami Sac
and  Pox,
Thorpe hns enjoyed educational ad-
j vantages beyond those of tlle average
white youth. Ills schooling was commenced in a reservation school, and
this wns followed by u course at llus-
kell Indian school and two years In au
Oklahoma public school. From his
earliest youth he was Interested In
athletic pastimes of all sores, and had
made quite n local reputation before
he entered Carlisle, where he quickly
made a reputation ns nn nl-round athlete  and   as   c--   of   the   greatest  of
I American   football   players,   bocnmlng
Slavery  In Canada.
Canadians arc inclined to n
slavery with   the Souther:. St.it
following extract from Ibe Y '
ronto)  Oracle   of   Feb.   IU.
reminder  tbnt   Canada   ���
slave-holding country:
"Peggv," the colored servant of I et-
er Russell, ran away some years pre-
I vious to mo6.   .She returned ami with
j ber son was offered for sale.   '1 he ad-
* vertisement reads:
TO UK SOLI).
"A Black Woman, named Ppzcy.
i aged ahout forty yenrs. and a black
i, ,y lev sui, named Jupiter, npeu
���*,' ,',t i teen v 'ars, botti ��� ' tbem tbe
propetty of the subscriber. Ibe wo-
man is s tolerable cook and wa-n.*r
woman     nn.l     perfectly    understands
making ~'>ap and candles.
-lhe  bny  is  tall  and Stron?  nl  his
I age and has been employed ... c.iuntrj
I business, bul  brought up principsll-
: as a house servant; tbey
: them servants f
I the woman is
; liollars. t r the
lars. payable in
t from the day of sale, and to h
Buy Fraser Valley
Products
Get  the wife  to  take a  glass  of
"WINEWEISER"  Beer, it wilt   drive
away  her tired  feeling and make  a
new woman ot her. "WINEWEISER"
Beer Is only slightly stimulating. H Is
more ot a tonic than most medicines
and is a wonderful flesh builder. Have
a tew bottles on Ice tor use when tired  in  either    body    or    mind.    *iois
couldn't have a better or cheaper refresher of either.
WESTMINSTER BREWERY
NO CQNNM15
THEATRE
Home    of    the    Cinematograph
Entire Change of Program
Diely.
INTO   THE   NORTH
A  thrilling  Drama  of  the great
Northwest   In   two   parts.
Essanay   Feature.
IF  WE  ONLY   KNEW
Eiograph Drama.
JAN    VEDDER'S    DAUGHTER
Edison   Photo-Play.    Comedy
Drama.
THE  ELUSIVE  KISS
Pathe Comedy.
COMING   FRIDAY
A  Big  Feature.
THE  LADY  OF THE  LAKE.
No Come-backs.
"YALE" Engines always   work   perfect
from the start.
It is proof that they
are made RIGHT.
Made  In  New   Westminster.
HEAPS   ENGINEERI NG CO. LTD.
Srhaake  Machine Wor ks.
nre ench or
life.   The price lor
��� hundred nnd tifty
boy two hundred dol-
three yeirs with  in
ter.
bond.  ile.
Hut
it her
The
��� Hi-
. .jperly Becured by
,������..fourth less will be taken In ready
money.     PETER HUSSbLL,
A Horrible Libell
Homer noils, and even Hansard occasionally takes forty winks.
, dav Major John A. Currie
j( the 13th Highlanders and I'nr-
liameiiUry representative (or the ruling of North Simcoe, entertair I the
House with an analytical and well-
reasoned exposal >n the much de-
bated Bank A-., lhe major defended
the Finance Department, nnd. in support Ol bis contentions
.lack   lllllon knocked  out   Hugo*thp   captain   of- the  Oarllslo  gridiron
Kelly ln third round at Indian I aggregation,
apolis. J    Thrpc'a unfortunate experience ub
reviewed ci
slderable financial legislation ... tne
old world. "I direct attention, he
said, "to the system recently promulgated in Milan, Itnly."
Whether the mayors pronunciation
was alt that it usually l�� must rcmnin
,i matter ol dispute and uncertainty,
Be tbnt ns it may. The following
morning Hansard prave'y quoted hlm
as   drawing   attention  to  tho   system
-recently   promulgated   iu   my   land,
Italy," ., _
There wcre wic-s on tho green when
the gallant Scot subsequently sought
out the Hansard room.
"Do you want my good Scottish
friends," be demanded, "to think 1
am  a Cago?"���Canadian Courier.
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
Three   Nights,   Starting   Thursday, May 29.    Matinee:   Saturday Afternoon at 2:30.
THE POLLARD .
AUSTRALIAN OPERA CO.
(50 People)
THURSDAY  EVENING
"La Belle Butterfly"
FRIDAY  EVENING
"Sergeant Brue"
SATURDAY  MATINEE
"Toy Maker"
SATURDAY   EVENING
"The Mikado"
SPECIAL  PRICES.
Evenings, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00;
Matinee,   25c   and   50c.     Seats
now on sale at Tidy, the    Florist's.   Phone L 184.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
Is meeting with tiie greatest favor wherever laid.
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horses' feet, antl, above all, particularly durable. For these reasonB
Ilitiillthic ls commended highly by owners of automobiles and horses,
householders, ami city officials. It has been adopted by fifteen cities
in Canada, and over two hundred in the United States.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
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PAUB   SIX
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  MAY 28,  1913.
Classified Advertising
��� RATES. ���
****************
Claaalfied���One cent per word per
onv; 4c per word per week; 15c per
month; 6,000 words, to be used sb re-
omrod within one year from date of
'ijntract.  $25.00.
FOR SALE
FOR   SAI.K-"KUHNITUHE,   NEARIiY
new,
chine
street
stoves,
leaving
I'hone
Singer
cily.
1129.
sewing  mall?    Second
(1391)
FOK SALE TWO DUMP CARTS,
newly repaired nnd painted; harness for sumo; $50 for the lot. W.
T, Askew, fill Summer Btreet. Telephone HOG. (1398)
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� SMART GIRli POR
lancy goods department, Apply at
c:mo the T. H. Smith Co., Ltd,
(1408)
POR BALK���MANITOBA FARM
with crop, or exchange for city
properly. Inquire 328 Eighth street,
New Westminster. (1384)
TENDERS WANTED KOR CHAD-
ing three, acres of Church of England cemetery. Kor particulars up-
1 ly Diamond & Corbould, 507 Westminster Trust building. (1400)
WANTED -A   CAPABLE  OENERAL
servant; one. who can cook.   Apply
US Third street, or telephone 216.
(1393)
X I'KBI E N C E n DRESSMAKER
wanta work by the day. Apply Hox
K',90 Dally News. (1390)
WANTED���PEELED. LIVE CEDAR
poles, 30 foot to GO feet in length,
7 inch to 9 inch tops. Can take in
v ater or ou cars. Nestos Timber
Co., Ltd., Bfilllngham, Wash. (1.68)
A FIVE ROOMED NEW COTTAGE
for sale by owner; price $2060; $200
cash. It bas bath, pantry and basement. Apply 443 Wilson street, jfttt
olt Major street. diT3)
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week. Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; overy one guaranteed. Market square. (1200)
PERSONAL.
WILL THE PERSON WHO  PICKED
up small dog on Sixth street, Burnaby, kindly return   same;   if   not
wlll be prosecuted.   T. D. Coldicutt.
(1386)
V, ANTED TO ilUY OLD FEATHER
I'-ds nnd pillows. Address Box
1136 News office. (1383)
I.EARN REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
free���We want a man or woman to
open an office and act as our representative. We have a permanent
position for the right party. Soma
of our representatives are earning
three hundred dollars per month.
We furnish everything and pay express charges. All you havo to do
ia distribute our printed matter and
write contracts. No experience
necessary- Write today. Harbor
City Terminal Corporation, San
Antonio, Texas. (1324)
COLLECTIONS.
I).  R.  &  M.  AGENCY,  LIMITED, 520
Columbia street, New Westminster, j
��III collect your slow and bad   accounts for a mere trifle.    No membership   fee   required   and   commls j
sion   charged   only  on  the  amount
colleoted.       Statements     rendered
monthly.    Collections made   every- !
where. (136511
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN���ARE   YOU
INSURED ?
We have two of the finest policies
ever written, and can insure either
mon or women from 16 to 70 against
accident, Bickness or death.
$10.00 for $3000. $25 per week for
five weeks; this also covers 49 diseases.
$5.00 for $2000. $15 per week for
five weeks; this also covers 49 dlB-
eaBes.
Identification wallet with each
icy.
pol-
TO RENT.
THREE ROOMED BUNGALOW FOR
rent,   $13.00.   Apply   J. J. Barker,
Edmonds, B.C. (14.10)
FURNISH E D BEDROOMS AND
housekeeping room. Apply 420 St.
Oeorge street.    Phone L 526.  (1407)
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms with board. Apply Turney,
703 Third avenue, corner Seventh
Btreet. (1408)
UNCLE SAM RUSHES     I.W.W. GET IT HOT
TROOPS TO PACIfIC1       IN NEW ZEALAND
For  Months    Past   Big   Drafts   Havc
Been   Leaving   to   Strengthen
Hawaii   and   Philippines.
TO      RENT    FURNISHED      HOUSE
for summer.    714 Fourth street.
(1409)
FOR RENT- LARGE FRONT ROOM
wiih bonrd, suitable for two gentlemen; references. Apply 610 Third
avenue. (1411)
FOR RHNT���ON-FURNISHED FLATS
In the Storme block on Eighth
street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenue. Rout reasonable. Apply
512 Ash street, directly behind
building. (1401)
TO RENT���TWO OR    THREE    UN-
furnished     housekeeping      rooms,
close to car line.   410 Ash street.
(1396)
FOR RENT���TWO ROOMS AND
kitchen, bath and toilet, coal and
wood house; flno view; $11.00
monthly.    2"0  Eleventh  Btreet.
(1389)
TO RENT���COMPLETELY FURN-
istied seven roomed house in cholcn
residential part of the city. One-
half acre of lawn, shade and fruit
trees. Available June 1. Apply
Motherwell & Darling. (1380)
New York,  May 27.    The American
today says:
i As fast ur. recruits enn be trans-
I formed into soldiers at Fort Slocum
1 tbey are being hurried away to fortify
Uncle Sam's coast defences  in    and
ulong the  l'aclfic coast.
I   Two hundred and forty infantrymen
, left yesterday  on  a nine  car  Hpeclal
train for San Francisco, on tholr way
Ito Honolulu.
Captain J. L. Roberts of the Coast
Artillery, who is accompanying Ihem
as far us Han Francisco, said that
other transformed recruits have been
sent west from Fort Slocum at the
rate of 600 a month.
For monttiB this active work of
strengthening coast defences has been
In progress. Nearly all of the men
have gone to the Hawaiian Islands,
tho Philippines, Panama Canal zone
and the Texas border.
Captain RobertB estimated that 7,500
Infantrymen and artillerymen, with a
small proportion of cavalrymen, have
gone from Fort Slocum to reinforce
western defences within a year.
OLD TIME  PIONEER
PASSES  AT   LILLOOET
TO RENT-A SUIT OF NICELY
funlshed houciekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street.    Telephone 638 L.
,  (1378)
TO RENT- ROOMS FOR MEN, FUR-
nished,   modern,   convenient,   central.     Y.M.C.A.,   Royal   Ave     (1371)
TO      RENT      FURNISHED,      TWO
bright   housekeeping    rooms.     Suit
man and  wife.    1020 Third avenue.
(1358)
Lillooet, May 27.- Fabian Larro-
cbolle of Paaoelqua much, died last
week, aged 88. He came here In the
early days from California, In 1S58,
and lias been gold mining and ranching ever since. Ile was one of the
best known old-timers of the province
lie was born at Jolllet, Quebec, and
was descended fron. one of the earliest
Huguenot settlers. He leaves four
brothers, ..11 octogenarians. One John
Larrochelle, lives at Lynn Valley,
North Vancouver. The others are in
Dakota.
Labor Commission Learns From Keremeos  Man���Socialist and   Soap
Boxes���Cheap   Living.
| Keremos, B. C, May 27. -Mr. A, O.
SIinmoiiB told the labor commission
ou Ils recent visit bere, something
about labor conditions of New Zealand
Where be lived for eight  yearn.  In that
, country the working day is elgUt
hours, except In agriculture, where It
! Is ten hours.
! The lowest rate of pay is a shilling
an hour for unskilled labor. Tbe coat
of living In New Zealand be estimated
nt about two-thirds of what It ls here.
A half-holiday once a week Is com-
' pulsory. The rainfall Ib abundant, being 120 Inches a year.
I    School  children   ure  generally,  but
' pot always, carried free on the state-
owned railways. Telegrams cost
twelve cents for twelve words, and a
half cent for each additional work, but
the addreBB and signature are counted. Tho I. W. W. have mado their appearance  in  that  otherwise     favorod
I land.
i     Tlieir  most  important  exploit    has
I been  to stir up trouble  In  the great
I Thames mining dlBtrlct.
"The   matter."   said     Mr.     Simons,
i "waa finally settled by the whole town
turning out and firing the strikers out
jof the limits and giving tbem Instructions  not  to  return.   You  may  think
j New  Zealand   is  a  Socialist   country,
I but if you call a man a Socialist over
there  be  is  liable  to  take  i.  shot  at
1 you.    What they call a Socialist over
��� there  is  these  soap-box   fellows."
WHITE ROCK SUMMER COTTAGES
or vacant lots for reHt. sale or exchange; splendid position on beach
front.    Winch, White Rock.    (1328)
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FURN1SII-
ed complete, electric light, bath,
phone, etc., $14 and $18 por month;
also one partly furnished room $8
per month, with other accommodations, at 224 Seventh street.    (1296)
Policy increases in value each year
Call and see our Prospectus.
TO  RENT���ROOM    WITH
428 Eleventh street.
BOARD,
(1228)
LOST.
LOST���ON QUEENS AVENUE BB-
tween Eighth Btreet and Columbian
college, a small black change purse
containing a number of bills and
receipts. Finder leave at Nows
office and receive reward.       (13881
FERRY SERVICE
To Port Mann and  Port Coqultlam
Dally Except Sunday.
"FRASER FERRY NO 1"
Will Leave
B. C. Electric Ry. Wharf
As Per Following Schedule:
1���aves New Westminster for Port
Manu 8:00 a.m.
Leaves Port Mann for New Weatmlnater 9.00 a.m.
Loaves New Westminster for Port
Munn and Port Coqultlam lu:00 a.m.
Leaves Port Coqultlam for Port
Mann and New Westminster 1:00 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster for Port
Mann 5:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Mann for N'ew Westminster 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAYS:
Leaves New Westminster for Port
Mann and Port Coqultlam 4:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Coqultlam for Port
Mann and New Westminster 0: ;i0 p.m.
Schedule subject to change without
notice.
For further Information Inquire:
Fraser River Ferry & Navigation Co., Ltd.
Phone 164 L.    Office 903 Columbia St.
TO   BUILDERS.
TenderH will b�� received by the
undersigned until 6 p.m. on June 3rd
next for tho erection of an Anglican
Church (frame building) at Ilurquit-
lam, B.C, Drawings" and specifications may be obtained at my office,
0&7 Columbia Btreet (over Curtis'
Drug Store), or from Mr. ED, C. notching, Burqultlam, The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. PETERS,
(1402) Architect.
APPLICATION   FOR  HOTEL
LICENSE.
Notice in hereby given that the undersigned  will apply to Uie Hoard of
License Commissioners at   its   next
regular Bitting far un Hotel License
for the premises known ns the "Hotel
Dominion," Hit unto upon Lot 11. Illock
ft,    corner    of    Sixth    and    Columbia
| Streets, City    of    New  Westminster,
i B.C.
Dated this 9tb   day   of May,   A.D.
1913.
EDWARD W. SKA BOLD,
(1284)    EDWARD JONES.
EXCELSIOR BARBER SHOP
HAIR CUTTING      BEARD CUTTING
MASSAGING SHAVING
Specialty���Treatment of the Boalp
by Vlbro-Ma��Bago and Glover's Fain
ous Stimulating Tonics.
DAVID BOYLE. 35 Eighth 81.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New   Spring  and   Summer  HultlnRS
now on display.    See thorn.    Perfect
fit nnd workmanship guaranteed.   701
.-'rout Street.
BOARD  AND
HOOMS.
HAD  DEBTS   COLLECTED   OVERT-
where.     No   collection,   no  charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west, Van
oouver, B.C. 1199;
I INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block, 657 Columbia Street.
New Westminster, B.C.
I HOARD
week.
ANI)     ROOM     $6.00     PER
Apply 213 Seventh street.
(1403)
BOARD    AND     ROOM,
Merrivale street.
APPLY    47
(1399)
FOR RENT.
Furnished three room suite, with
bath.    Hot  and  cold  water.
Bradley Apartments.
1218 Fifth  Ave. Phone 750
��� I . .    i .  1
NOTICE.
Found.���Black pony, 13 bands high,
three white feet. If not claimed will
bo sold at Municipal Hall. Edmonds,
at 1 p.m., on Tuesday next, May 27,
to defray expenses.
J. R. WILSON.
11385) Poundkeeper.
REVELSTOKE   LADIES.
Succeed in Their Project to Form Canadian Club.
Revelstoke, May 27. Tbo need ol
a Canadian club among the ladles of
Revelstoke has long been felt and an
agitation to form a local branch of
the Women's Canadian Club has been
on the tapis for some time.
Accordingly a representative gathering of ladies met at the home of
Mrs. .1. D. Slhbald and proceeded to
organize the club, and elect their olll-
cerH.    The club Ih to bo called "Tbo j
I Women's Canadian Club of Revelstoke." '
' The officers elected are: President.
Mrs. J.  D. Slhbald;   llrst    vice-presi- ���
I dent Mrs. S. Q. Bobbins; second vice-
president, Mrs. W. II. Sutherland;
third vice-president, Mrs. W. I.
BrlggB; literary Becretary, Mrs, E H.
S. McLean; secretary-treasurer. Mrs.
M.  N. Kennedy;  members of the ex- i
leCUtlve, Mrs. B. It. Atkins, Mrs. W. M.
Lawrence, Mrs.  II.  N. Coursier,  Mrs. I
('has. Ilolten, Mrs. ('. R. Macdonald.
The matter of adopting the prescribed constitution to suit local cou-
i ditlons is In the hands of the executive and will be placid before the next
I meeting.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m.
'I p. tn. and 11 :45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. ra
Hnd 11 p. m.
Leaven Vancouver for Nanalmo 8 p. m
I_eaven Vancouver for Prlnco RuptH
nnd Northern Points 10 p. tn- Wednesday*.
Chilliwack Service
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that at the
next sitting of the Hoard of License
Commissioners for the city of   New
WeBtmliiBter application will be made
for a trniiBfer of the license let sell
liquor by retail in Iho Central Hotel
premises situate on Lot une (1).
Illock "li," Merchants' Square, City of
New Westminster, from Jos. I. Freeman to Henry Freeman.
Dated at Now Westminster, B.C..
thla 6th day of May, A.D. 1!>13.
JOS. I.  FREEMAN,
Holder of LIcenHe.
HENRY  FREEMAN,
(11131) Applicant for TraiiBfer.
TEACHERS WANTED.
Wanted      teachers    for    the    city
| schools,       including       high       school
teachers,  commercial teachers  (with
academic teacher's certificate), public
school  principals,  vice-principals and
assistants,     manual     training     and
! domostlc   science   instructors,     Application  forms may he obtained at the
offices   of   the Westminster   News.
[ liritish   Columbian,   Vancouver   Province and  Victoria Colonist.
Apply
\   HOARD   OF   SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
(1376)      New Westminster, R.C.
Leaves Chllllwnek   7
Thursday and Saturday.
leaves Westminster 8
Wednesday and Friday.
a.   m.    Tn-wlay
a.   rn    Munday
BD. OOULET, AK.-nt. N<w Y*.vmmlivrt*r
u. W. BRODIB, <;. P. A.. Vanoouver.
P.O. Box 34 Dally New* B'dg
J.  T.  BURNETT'S  PRINT  8HOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
59  McKenzie  St.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:   Office 53. Residence -429.
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents     Palmer     Bros.'   Gasoline
Engines,   Murine  Xllgines   and   Automobile  Repairs.
Office and  Works:  Tenth  St.
P.O. Box 474.    New Westminster, B.C.
Sale opens tomorrow at 10
a.m., for 30 days oniy.
Great Bankrupt Selling out
sale at 605 Columbia Street,
near 6th Street..
Men's and Youths' Suits or
Overcoats worth to $10, sale
price $1.98.
The Greatest Sale Ever Held Now Before People of Westminster
The Weinrob Bankrupt Stock, of Vancouver, taken over from the assignees at 43c. on the dollar of wholesale cost, thrown on the market with thousands of
dollars'worth of new Spring and Summer Merchandise for Men, Women and Children. Over $69,000 worth of fine Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Children's Apparel, Groceries, etc., all to be sold within thirty days at prices that will set the whole community wild with  excitement.
Sale Starts
morrow at 10 a
B
And will continue for 30 days only, in the large store, 605 Columbia Street, near 6th Street, in thc same building formerly occupi ed by thc Reid & McDonald
Clothing House.   Now for the salethat will amaze the whole mercantile world.
STORE CLOSED till Thursday.   Wait!   Watch!   Wait.   This mammoth stock is now being arranged and stock remarked at prices that a dollar will do
the work of $2 to $5 spent elsewhere. Come, attend the most wonderful of all big sales.
WARNING.
Be sure you tind the
right place. Do not confound this sale with other
so-called bankrupt clothes
sales. You must look for
the number above the door
before entering (605 Columbia Street) then you will
know you are in the right
place. Wc are warning you
against an unscrupulous
merchant that will try to
lure you in through a similar
sale since this sale has becn
announced.
SHOES   ALMOST   GIVEN   AWAY
Men's Boots, worth $3.50, now $1.49       Ladies Shoes, worth to $3.50, now $ .89
Men's Fine Boots, worth up to $4, now. .$1.89       The best Boots, equal to any $5.50 and
$6.00 make, now  $2.98
LADIES'    AND CHILDRENS'   APPAREL GIVEN AWAY
Ladles'  high-class  Tailored   Suits,  worth  to  $20.00.
Salo price, now      ...
Misses' and Ladies' Novelty Coats, worth from $12.HO
to $25.00; now $1.98 to	
Ladies' Man Tailored Suits in all the newest styles,   rx  r\Q
made of fine Worsteds, Serges and Mixtures, Silk and   U UX
4.98
7.98
Satin lined Stilt, worth to $35; now
Children's Knee Pants, worth to 75c; now 2i)c.
Children's Suits, worth to $5; now ... .$2.20
Children's Suits, worth to $3; now .... 1.19
Waists, worth to $2; now 39
NOTIONS GIVEN AWAY.
Come, Help Yourself.
Hooks and Eyes, worth 5c. a card; now . .lc.
Buttons, worth to 25c. a card; now lc.
5c. pins; now 2c.
25c. Shoe Polish; now 6c.
Be. Thread; now 3c.
And Hundreds of Other Articles we Cannot
Mention Here.  Come Pick 'cm Oul.
Dry Goods Given Away.
15c. Flannelette; now per yard  7c.
25c. and 50c. Dress Goods; now per yard. .16c.
14c. and 25c. Ribbons; now per yard .... 7c.
Shawls, worth to $3.50; now 98c.
Groceries Given Away.
20. lbs. best Granulated Sugar $1.00
15c. Corn; now  5c.
Pearline Washing Powder; now Ic.
15c. Canned Tomatoes; now  5c.
5c. Brands Soap; now 2c.
MERCHANDISE
EXCHANGED
AND MONEY
REFUNDED.
605 COLUMBIA ST., NEAR SIXTH ST.
Wanted Fifty Salespeople for Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods and Groceries.   Apply Wednesday.   Also Twenty-five Cash Boys
j WEDNESDAY,   MAY  28,   1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
ESTABLISH TRUCK
FARMS AT GOLDEN
C.   P.   R.   Plan   to   Reduce   Calgary's
High  Cost of  Living���Big  Cooperative Scheme Coming.
Calgary, May 21. A practical move
to reduce the "high cost of living" lu
-Calgary has been made by the land
officials of the C. 1*. It. with a particular reference to the market garden
situation. This move Ib said by the
railway officials to be only a forerunner of what Ib to come In lhe near future along a much greater scale.
Six ready made truck farma have
been established at Golden, B. C, designed oBpeelaly to Bupply the truck
garden market of Calgary. The railroad officials have laid out the plots,
which range from ten to twelve acres.
In the irrigated district supplied by the
waters of Hospital creek. No farm
is more than one mile from Ihe depot,
and Beveral of the plots are within
half a mile of the shlplpng points.
The buildings which are ln course
character, and planned to make the
plot, wltll Its cottages and barns,
resemble a summer resort. The cottages, of four rooms each, are helm;
built In the rustic style, with a slab
finish. Th.y are to be Bnlshed In
m.idern style, with balli rooms and all
conveniences. The barns are of the
regular frame variety, but built In the
most substantia] manner,
As scon as the farms are In a productive state arrangements for marketing the produce will be made. In
nil probability the co-operative plan
will be adopted, With a general representative of the farmers In Calgary,
nnd a cinir.-ii market established her.-.
Golden is 172 miles from Calgary, and
the produce of the new farms will be
vent exclusively to tlle local market.
"SALADA"
The Highest Standard
of Quality and Value,
together with Absolute
Purity are the Characteristics of this Famous
TEA.
ON
In Sealed Lead Paekete Only.
Black, Mixed and Green.
LADYSMIM LOOKS
TOR BIG RETURNS
Smelter  to   Recommence    Operations
In   Few   Weeks���Look  for  Enlargement in  Near  Future
-*-ss*mes*s^^*.
PROSPECTOR "SlIM"
CROSSES DIVIDE
NEW CAR  FERRY.
Improved     Communication      Detwccn
Sidney and  Fraser River.
Sidney. May 27.**���A new and larger
car barge for the ferry In tween Sidney and New Westminster is to be
built and Improvements in
Benger service an- to in
cut.
The Victoria and Sidney
company has p..iii 149,000 tn the city
<>f Victoria and |S8,000 to the provincial government, thus wiping out its
indebtedness to these bodies. The
plans for th,- Improvement of thin road
have been Submitted to and approved
by Ihe n.ieist. r of railways bo that
work of them may be expected forthwith.
Ladysmlth, May 27.���The Ladysmlth Chronicle stateB that information has been received from the headquarters of the company, to the effect that the Tyee Copper Co., Ltd.,
havo concluded a contract with the
Ptarmagan mines, on Vancouver Island to treat all the ore of that company nt the Ladysmlth smelter.
Custom ore will also be treated and
In a few weekB the smelter wlll bn
reopened. It has been lying idle fof
the past eighteen months.
I-ess than two monttiB ago Mr. W.
J. Watson left for England, being
called there by the directors of the
company for a consultation. Previous to his departure Mr. Watson expressed the belief that the smelter
would soon siart up again, and ln j
this conjecture he was correct.
While little ls known of the plans
for the future, more than the state-
ment In tbe letter of the company,
lt Is quite within the range of possi- I
bllity tbat the smelter will be greatly
enlarged In the near future.
ThlB   will   mean   cmnloymcnt  of  a j
���  ,,        huge number of additional  men, and !
Toronto, May -..-Vv.    ��.    Mullan,  |-orewed   prosperity   for   Ladysmlth.
known   us   "Slim"   Mullan,   who   had  The  present plant  Is said  by experts
been a pioneer In the Yukon, Cobalt,  to be the mosl economically arranged
and  (lowganda, died  in  the  German, "np '�� the province.    Under the sup-*
,    ,        ���  ��� ,      ,. ervision  of  Mr.  Wa'son,  It Is certain
hospital at Buffalo after an operation  ^ b_c(m, Qne (j a, mog( lmp()r(an(
for tie*  removal nt a portion of the industrial concerns on the Island.
stomach     He w:;s on the way to re- \ 	
coviry.   but   got  out  Of  Ltd  and  the! FIFTY  MILE  ENDURANCE
wound reopened. RACE   TO   SICAMOU3
"Slim"  M I Ian was the    son   of   a]	
Presbyterian minister at Stanley-, N. S'lc-.mcus. May 21.- The Slcamous
it, v. in re in- was attacked with the [regatta, which promises to become
*.-. andi rlusl some years ago. lie went in a year or bo one of the chief acqua-
to Nevada. Montana and other mln- tie meets of the Interior, will be held
lng camps, lie had varying fortune, on .lune ::. An interesting and com-
1 ut his open -handedness kept him plete program as been arranged, and
from piling up wealth. with  many  valuable  prizes  being  of-
He was in the van of the rush to the   [ered, this event should draw a large
Yukon in  1896, and lie made some big
"MY BACK HAS N.
TROUBLED ME
Since Taking 6IN PILLS
Lyons Brook, N.S., I'eb. ��6th.
"You sre perfectly free to u��e my
name in any way to benefit GIN PILLS,
for they deserve the highest praise.
My back has never troubled me since
taking GIN PILLS, and my wife feel.    ,���  .���,
much better after taking GIN PILLS ��� T rllfr and Mr. T. Sanderson, and t���
for her back. She thinks GIN PILLS '"';"'���,ll"-/*m-'-,,"''!rof the raspeotlvs i-rmi
will make a complete cure." w i?f offl     r,��� -.hi,., ..,, ���,,,���,���,, , ,*.,,
JAMnS L. NAUSS.
GIN PILLS will slways relieve Lame
Hack, Sciatica in Hack and Legs,
Rheumatism, Cuming and Scalding
Urine, Painful Urination, Weak or
Strained Kidneys, and always prevent
taking cold in the kidneys and bladder.
Every box is sold with a positive
guarantee to give prompt relief or
money refunded. 50c. a box, 6 for
Jj.50. Sample free if you write
National Drug and Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited, Toronto. Ml
Municipal School District
of Burnaby
Including Dimrlrt lx>t 172, Group One,
Public Notloe is hereby given to ths
electors of ths Bqbool District of Burnaby
nun I r, quire ttie presonoe of tbe said
electors at the Municipal Hall on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4th, 1913
at   12   o'clock   noon,   for   thc   pur|Hjse   of
electing persons to serve on tha Hoard of
School Trustees of llurnahy to nil tlie vu-
-anclea caused hy the resignations of Mr.
Mullan    Goes   Out   in    Buffalo���Well
Known in Yukon Rush���Served
in R. N. W. M. P.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
1.  viz.:  on,-  for  the  term t-xplrh.K  3lHt
December,  1(14, luid one for lie balance
of   this   yt-ur's   term.
The  mode  of   nomination   of  candidates
1 shull lie is follows: The candidate* shall
ba nominated In writing, the writing shall
|hc subscribed hy two voters of the School
District us Proposer and Seconder, ami
shall bs delivered to the Returning offloer
ut anv time between the d.ito of this notice
uiul 8 o'clock p. m. 01. the day of i.omlna-
' tlon. ami In the event of 11 poll tieli.K
neoessary sueh i.,,n win be opened on Sni-
urday, June t.i.. 1913, at a a. vs., and close
at -7 p. in. at:
Municipal   Hall.   Kdmonds.
Hamilton Road School. Burqultlam.
Mr.   Tapping's  Store,   13lh  Avenue  Kast
Burnaby.
Burnaby Ij.ke store, Bumaby Lake.
Dundonald School. Fraser Arm-
west   llurnahy   School,   West   llurnahy.
Lakemere  School,   Lakemere.
St.   Nicholas   Parish   Hall.   North   Bur-
naby.
or which every person Is hereby require,! .0 take notice and govern himself
accordingly.
Any person being a male liritish subject, and having been for the three months
next preceding the day of Ids nomination
tho registered owner. In the Land Registry Office, of land or real property situ-
ate within ihe municipality of the assessed value, or. ihe last municipal or provln- i
clal assessment roll, of two hundred and
flf.v dollars or more, over and above any
fRUHK
Attention, Mr. Traveller
We will have on sale, dally, May 28th to Sept. 30th, low rate round
trip excursion tickets to destinations lu Eastern Canada, the United
States and to Kurope.
We can give you a choice of lines on both the going and the return
trip, In fact can make up your tickets so that you may go one way
and return another.
Hound trip tickets to Europe are Interchangeable on
lines.
steamship
It Is a good idea to let us make your reservations as far ahead aa
possible���only a small deposit Ib required to bold choicest accommodation until you decide definite departure.
H. C. SMITH, C. P. & T. A.
627 Granville Street, Vancouver.
W.  E.  DUPEROW,  G.  A.  P.  D.
1 hone Private Exchange 8134
***
Re Lot thirty-four (34), Southwest
quarter of Dlatrlct Lot eight hundred und sixty-seven (S67), Municipality of North Vancouver, Map
3024.
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 59942 E��� covering
the above mentioned property, issued
in the name of Sham Btngb, has been
filed  in thla office.    Notice Is hereby I registered Judgment or charge;  or being
Riven   that   I   shall  at  the  expiration 'a "omeateoder, lessee from tRe Crown,
WE TAKE THE CHANCE
A Fire May Happen Any Time
DO   IT   INOW
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY IN THE
"NORD-DEUTSCHE"
An Insurance Company   with   $4,000,000   Capital
SEE   BICKELL ABOUT IT
HE WRITES THE INSURANCE
Phone 1299 322 Westminster Trust Bldg.
, pre-emnloi- wbo has resided within th
of first pub- munli Ipallty for the space of one year o
duplicate   of' Ill"r*'  Immediately  preceding  the  dav  of
of one month from dat
lication   hereof.  Issue  n  	
,. r, _,,��� ., ���- rri.i. ..~i~.... i�� .1. ��� ' H"niiiiallon. and Is assessed for five hun
sa'd Certificate of Tltb', unless in the ,ir..,i dollars or more on the last munlcl
meantime valid  objection  be made to   pal ,u  provincial assessment roll over unci
me in writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
Vancouver, B.C., this 12th day of
May, A.D.  1913.
ARTHUR G. SMITH,
(LUG) District Registrar.
WATER NOTICE.
the   p-is-
carried
Rallwi
Log  Drive Concludes.
Castlegar,   It   C.   May  27.    The  log
drive of the Edgewood Lumber oonj
pany .111 Pass creek, ia now about
over, and  has hen g  ,���,,.|  successful
c.ne for the company, practically un
logs being lost, and the few now remaining along the river hanks will he
floated down to the mill as scon as the
���creek conns up a little more,
strikes. He studied the country far
and wide, for he was an explorer as
well as a miner He went to the
Tnailwill camp, and was one of the
first there, hut he did not find the fortune he sought. For some time his
advent.irons spirit found nn outlet in
the service of the Northwest Mounted
Police. It was In the far northwest
that he was dubbed "Slim" Mullan, for
he was of lanky build, and the name
stuck to him.
One of the first miners In Cobalt
wai "Slim." but he had little success
there. Ile wns a pioneer in the Gowganda stampede, and staked many
Claims, with slight reward Then he
drove the first stakes in the Shining
Tree camp, and his claims there ure
Bald to he worth a fortune.
While in northern Ontario Mullan
made  expeditions  int..   Ungava, and
was Sold to he one of the best Informed on the interior of that country.
number of spectators.
Perhaps th" most interesting event
in the eyes o( motor boat enthusiasts
will be lhe endurance race from
Chase to Sicamous, a distance of B0
miles.
For  a
Notice
Lam ont,
Na-Dru-Co
Laxatives
accomplish tlieir -purpose
with maximum efficiency
and minimum discomfort.
Increasing   doses   are not
needed,
25c.   a   liox   at   your
Druggist's. 174
N..llor,.'II)ni(i nnit Thrill leal
.Co. (I Cauda, I .railed.
License  to  Take  and   Use
Water.
is hereby given that \Y. A.
of New Westminster, will
apply for a license lo take and use
two" miner's inches of water out of
unnamed creek, which flows in a
southerly direction through Coquitlam
and implies into Fraser river near
Fraser Mills. The water will be
diverted at bridge on Austin road and
will be used for Industrial purposes
on the land described as west half
of D. L. 858, block   1.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 27th day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed In the
1 trice of the. water recorder at. New
Westminster,
Objections may be filed with the
wild water recorder or wltll the comptroller of water rights. Parliament
Buildings,  Victoria,   B.C.
W, A. LAMONT,
(1410) Applicant.
above niy registered ludgment or charge;
ot- being a homesteader, lessee from the
Crown, or pre-emptor who has resided
within the municipality for a period of
"tie \<ar Immediately preceding the nomination, am' during the remainder of maid
yea" luu�� been the owner uf said land, of
which ie- formerly was a homesteader,
lessee from the Crown, or nre-ernotor, and
Is aageBSPd for five hundred dollars or
more on the last municipal or provincial
���tssessuieni roll over and above any registered Judgment or charge, arid being
otherwise qualified bv this Act o, vote at
an election of school trustees in the said
school district, shall be eligible to be elect-1
.,' or ti, sere- as a school trustee in such
district    municipality   school   district
''ivii .--���' - hv ''-id at Edmonds tbls
26th day of Mav. 1913.
ARTHUR  O.   MOnRK.
(1885) Returning  Officer,
PRB"T PVIDAL &q
E. H.  BUCKUN, N. BEARDSLEB,        W. F. H. BUCKUN,
Pres and Oenl. Mgr.        Vice-President Sec. md Trees
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 end 877.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES
o^Sia
A Modern and
Handsome Office
can be fitted up very quickly and
reasonably with the aid of our
mlllwork. We have all ready
in stock panels, mouldings and
all necessary fittings to expedite the rush jobs. We shall be
glad to submit drawings and
estimates as we are specially
fitted up for this class of work.
STORAGE
GREAT BANKRUPT
SELLING OUT SALE
605 Columbia Street, near
6th, of a big Vancouver
stock, in part of the building
formerly occupied by Reid
& McDonald's Clothing
store.
Prints worth 10c. to 12l/2c.
Sale price 4c.
THE SENS A TION OF THE DA Y, THE WONDER OF THE HOUR
mTmtmh\*^l Zn away.  It will pay y.u .. como ,00 n*8 t. attend this great bankrupt ...in* out sale.   Come with the crowd,   Ut nothing keep you away if you wan, to save
ZZ.. ����� ^1������ open rain or shine tomorrow a. 10 a.m., and -ill conUnue for 30 days only.  Below we ,uote a few of the hundred, of bargains that awa.t you.
Look   for   the Large Signs at 605  Columbia Street With the Number Over the Door
BARGAINS IN MENS* CLOTHING
Hundreds and Hundreds of Suits
to Pick From.
Men's  -Sulla.,  positively  worth  to  $12.50    or    your   J Qft
money refunded.   Any time during the sale....   {..JO
Kulls worth to $15.00 or your money refunded at any   r  OA
tlmo during this sale       J.O��/
Men',. Suits in histi grade dork silk, mixed Cheviots, f,  Qft
splendidly tailored, regular prico to $18.90. I'rice \},*}Q
num Serge, Blaofc Thibet nn.l unflnUhad Worrtad q ao
runs also Richfield Brown and Hrown stripes. 5#��J5
Suits that sell up to $82.50.    I'rice 	
Men's fine hand-tailored Suits in all the wanted
styles, worth up to $20.00;  now	
Suits, perfectly tailored; It seems a pity to sell them
so low; regular price up to $25.   I'rice 	
Finest Suits for best dress wear, and those fashionable diagonal grey effects; finest hand tailoring,
worth up to $35.    I'rice 	
Men'B Fine  Raincoats, worth to $15.00; now 	
7.98
9.98
11.88
4.98
Wonderful Bargains in Furnishings.
Men's and Boy's Shirts, regular price to $1.   Price ....19c.
Men's Shirts, white and fancy patterns;  prices $1.50 to
$3.50.    Price   ������    _*C"
Men's Underwear; worth to $1.50.   Price  4��c.
Men's Handkerchiefs; worth 10c; now .10)
Men's embroidered Suspenders, worth tq-SOc. Sale Price. .14c.
Overalls, worth to $1.25; now   49c.
Ties, worth 50c.   Price  ]*c-
Men's Underwear, worth 50c.; now   1'�����
15c. and 25c. Collars, all styles; now   Se.
$3.50 Fancy Vests; now   **���*���
Gloves, worth to 75c.; now  ���14*
$3.00 Suit Cases; now   *8e.
$1.00 and $1.25 Alarm Clocks; now  39c.
$1.50 and $2.00 Razors; now  29e.
50c and $1.00 Cuff Buttons; now 10c.
HATS.
Hats, coft and stiff, worth to $2. Sale price now  $ .49
Big lino Soft Hats, worth up to $3.50.    Price    1.45
Men's Soft and Stiff Hats, all shapes, worth $3. Price.. .69
The J. B. Stetson $6 Hats and other good makes; now.. 1.95
Straw Hats, worth $1.50; now   ���*���
Spring and Winter Overcoats
Men's Fine Cravenettes and Overcoats,
prices   ��1-W
.  8.98
This enables you to pick a Cravenctte or Overcoat from
fully twenty distinct lots of $10 to $30 qualities.
Men's Pants Given Away.
Men's Pants, worth up to $2.00; now  ���> -79
Men'a Pants In grey stripes and plain sliades, for dress wear;
regular price to $3.50.    Price   ������ 1-49
Men's Fine Worsted Trousers, worth $6, $6, and $8, made of
costliest Worsteds.    Price     ���"���
_
In Welsh's Old Stand.
60S COLUMBIA St.. NEAR SIXTH St.
Same Building formerly Occupied by Rclu & UacDonald Clothing Store..      STORE OPEN EVENINGS FOR WORKING PEOPLE.
MERCHANDISE
EXCHANGED
AND MONEY
REFUNDED.
e PA-B EIGHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY 28.  1918.
"PAY
CASH    IT
YOU'
WILL    PAY
Remember the Place -
33 Eighth Street,
ard lhe teltphone No. 2
SPECIALS.
Just received from Hamilton,
Out., a new lot of "Tartan"
Brand canned goods. These
goods are bucked by the manufacturers and our guarantee.
Corn  2 cans for 25c.
PeSs  can \lc-
Tomatoes 2 cans 35c
Matchless Sliver Polish���We
are the only firm with lt In
stock, bottle 25c.
French canned Beans "Haricots Verts," awfully good, 2
cans 25c.
German l.entels, per lb 12'/2c.
Tartan Carolina Hloe, 1 lb.
bags, 2  bajs 25c.
Cherry Stono Oysters, delicious, per can 25c.
P, S. S. Jelly Powder. New-
shipment, all Havors, 3 pks. 25c.
"Money back goods."
Empress Baking Powder, 16
oz. caus, 25c.
Try a can and If you don't like
it get your money back.
FRUITS.
Pineapples,  each    35c.
Strawberries,   basket    20c.
Khubarb,  10  lbs 25c.
Oranges 30c, 40c, 45c, 50c dor.
Bananas per dozen  30c.
Spend your money where
values demand.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS        S. K. BK1GGS
PHONE 2.
THE
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
'The Perpetual Trustee'
4% on deposits
City News In Brief
A Bpeclal meeting of the Women's
Educational olub will be held at the
residence Of Mrs. W, T. Reid, 01
Royal avenue, on Thursday evening.
All members are cordially invited to
attend.
Hair,   fragrant
35c    and    SOc.
City. (137.)
Floridora for the
and effective. Price
Frank Jeul, Tel. 339,
OF ESTATES
is a business in _ itself,
and not one easily acquired or simple of performance.
This company divides
the work among many
specialists, all of them
know just what to do
when called upon, and
therefore do not waste
time and the funds of
estates in learning how.
That is one reason
why this company does
its work so much less
expensively than an individual executor can.
The subject of executorships is a big one.
Call in and let us talk
it over as it concerns
you.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the
Insurance man. All klndB written.
Hundreds of millions to pay Iobbos.
(1874)
Gardiner and Mercer, school archl-
tects, report that the new Seventh
avenue school Is complete according
to speclllcations and the school board
will visit tha building on Thursday
morning at 9 a.m., with a view to
formally taking possession.
Kor everything electrical see W.
Day. House wiring and conduit work
a specialty. (1204)
Money to loan on first mortgages,
Improved city and farm property.
Terms easonable.    Alfred W, MeLeod.
(1374)
Ratepayers In the vicinity of the
Herbert Spencer school were last
night refused the use of a room In
that building for Sunday Bchool purposes. It was considered by the
school board that the granting of the
petition would establish a bad precedent.
Try the 15c and 35c summer
lunchoB at the Nutshell, Room 3, Dominion Trust building. (1246)
A Ilardman, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth Streot Bakery.
Telephone 231. (1805)
On Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock
in the Y. M. C. A. building the
juniors wlll hold their banquet, which
every junior and Intermediate Is invited to attend. The juniors will
meet Wednesday at 4:15 In the afternoon to make final arrangements fur
the affair.
Raymond sewing machine for sale,
in lirst class order, only $15.00. C.
N. Kdmondson & Co., corner Sixth
avenue and Twelfth street.        (1275)
nulldlng material, cement, Ume,
hard plaster, gravel, sand, crushed
rock, fuel oil and all kinds of towing.
Apply the B. C. Transport Co., Ltd.
Phono 826.    Wharf phone 880.  (1202)
liuild up liritish Columbia by placing your lire Insurance with B, 0,
companies. Our companies are among
tho strongest operating in the Dominion. National Finance Company, KI
Columbia street.    Phone 515.      (1356)
Queens park is fas! assuming Its
sunn..er aspect of flower beds neatly
trimmed, lawns and well ordered
walks, t'nder the tasteful guidance
of the park ranger, Mr. Robinson, the
grounds are a delight In every way.
With the passing of ihe exhibition
buildings bylaw, there will be further
mbeUlahraenta of the park as well
s on the structures which will enhance their appearance u> visitors
and citizens alike.
and Mr. (ieorge lllakeley are now    in
victoria   completing   final   arrange-
ments with the premier and members
of the cabinet.
Special seats are being reserved
f.ir. ladies and their escorts. The program  will  commence at  8 o'clock.
Arrangements have been made with
the various transportation companies
with lines running into New Westmin.
ster to accommodate the crowds wishing lo return home after the celebration.
SOCIAL and  PERSONAL
0, C. Woods, Toronto, is a guest at
the Russell.
Mrs. F. Crake will not receive again
this season.
H. C. Hughes, of Kamloops, was.lu
the city yesterday.
R.   Collishaw,   of   Esqulmalt,   Is    a
visitor ln the city.
A. E. Hansford, of Seattle, Is registered at the Premier.
II. A. Canfield, of Seattle, Is registered at  the Russell.
W. II. Patterson, of Chilliwack, was
In the city yesterday.
W.  II.  Watts,    of    Victoria,    is    u
guest at the Windsor.
Kay McCluskcy, of Cloverdale, Is In
the city for a few days.
Thomas Kllby, Harrison Mills,    is
registered at the Russell.
ii. IV. Edwards, of Fraaer Mills, Is
registered at  the  Windsor.
\V. J. Foster win in New Westminster yesterday on business.
M.  C.   Elliot,  of  Ingersoll.  Ontario,
guest at the Dunsmulr.
Is
D. McGregor,   of   Mi uni   Lehman,
was In the city yester.lay on business.
Mrs. Jessie Suiherlanil, 219 Fourth
street, has returned from a two days'
visit  lo  Nanaimo.
Mrs. Marshall Sinclair. Royal
avenue,  will    receive    on  Wednesday
afternoon and not again this season.
A. W, Altkei.henil, of Nanaimo. together with Hugh McKay, J. Mcl.eod
and C. Davey. of that city, are registered at  the Windsor.
A. I.. I.avery, accompanied by his
wife, left yesterday afternoon for
Ottawa, Montreal and olher eastern
cities, The Misses Yvonne and
Blanche I.avery will rdturn with thetn
from St. Joseph's academy. On his
return, Mr. I.avery will attond the C.
'). F. convention in London. Ont., nnd
the  bakers'  convention  in  Toronto.
No Reasons At All      j
For Outside Buying
(Continued from page one)
more thnn that Of a stranger; they
show you tho article and guarantee;
it and make the guarantee good; they
furnlBb employment  to hundreds of
; your own townpeoiile; they make a
veritable garden with their beautiful:
display   of   lights   along   your   public.
thoroughfares; they give to the public
the newspapers   for   the rldlbulous
��� price of a penny; tbey see to it that
the city's interests are beBt. conserved. ;
Mall Orders Mean Cash i
it is not. necessarily Uie nearby city
ithat steals away the greatest amount,
I of the money by the way of salon
from the local merchant, but most f
damaging in itB effect  is the mall or-
[der house. I
Where Is there a community thai Is
I free from the mnil order cranks?^
| Many there are who pay cash .to
the, mall order houses while their lo-
ical merchant must wait. Any article |
looks good in a picture and the mail I
order house Ib most carerul to buy
that article that makes the most Im-1
presslve picture, but how often, as j
we all know the article and the pic-1
ture impreBsion nr,, altogether different    One cannot tell the quality ofl
the picture. '
Money   Never   Returns
Il is unfair to buy in a mail order I
house, except, perhaps, where one Is
in a real rural district and cannot
reach the store. Kvery community
needs all the money It can get and i
welcomes more, so don't send money |
away from It to parts unknown to j
you; It never conies back to help ;
you.
lie an optimlBt; far awny hills are,
green; your own town is the best
town In which to live and trade, lf
you don't think Bo why don't you
move and make room for a real cttl-
zen who will spend or invest his mon
ey In the town in which he lives,
thereby helping his neighbor ami benefiting himself.
APPROVE  HIGH   SCHOOL
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
See Our Big Ad. on Pa^e 2
We Furnish Your Home Complete
674-678 Columbia Street New Westminster
Business Opportunity:
A ROOMING HOUSE
FOR SALE
3 YEAR LEASE���LOW RENTAL.
20 ROOMS,  MOSTLY  FURNISHED,  IN  GOOD
RESIDENTIAL SECTION, CLOSE TO BUSINESS DISTRICT.  A MONEY MAKING PROPOSITION WORTH
INVESTIGATING.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Westminster Trust Block and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
WHY  NOT  B.  C. ALSO?
in
WEDDING BELLS
BONE���PARKER.
Boston   Interests   Invest  $1,000,000
Revelstoke  Could   Not   Pass  Up  Gov ^,,hltt��M�����21     It   is
ernment   Grant  of   $40,000. W.-ntitehee,   Wash.,   May   H.-K   is
Revelstoke, May 27,-Both the a significant act .that WMjOW o
school bylaw for $20.00 aud the water Boeton money Is 1beinginvestelln or-
bylaw for $16,000 have been passed chard projeo s betw-een Chei. n and
by substantial majorities. The main Tonartet and gat not one of these
argu.,,-... against the bylaws was the! aro promotion schemes,
unfavorable financial conditions. The
chief argument in favor the high |
school bylaw, against which the op- .
position was expected to be centred. I
was the granting by the government I
of so andsome a grunt as $40.,.')il and ]
the fear thai this magnificent sum i
mlgbt be Jeopardised or lost aitoge-1
ther if the bylaw were turned down, i
The argument of those $40,000 glittering  dollars  proved   the   mainstay |
of those supporters of the  bylaw,
of
Not an acre nor a share of stock Is
for sale.    The projects are being de
veloped by four corporations, all
then, closed, and in each group is a
combination of gentlemen residing in
Hoston who have put up the money
for these heavy   investments.
Their action was taken after long
Investigation of the apple-growing Industry.
B.  C's  COMPETITORS.
On   Saturday   last  at     St.     Alban'si
church,   llurnaby.     Rev.     Mr.   IJunlop
united in marriage Miss Sarah Parker
and l-\ M. Hone.   The bride was given ',
away   by  ber step-father,  .lames  (lod-1
Ul.ir.l, and was attended by Miss l.lllie
The    Canadian    Western    Lumber l-yons as bridesmaid,   W. R. M. Jones
Company   have   purchased   a   five   ion   supported tbe groom,
motor truck for the purpose of cat'-r I ��� "
lng   more   to   New   Westminster   and | AFTER WILD ONES.
di/trict trade. il37r,i | 	
Magistrate   Issues   Warning   to     Auto
I'.   H.    Smith    and  W. J.    droves. | Drivers.
auditors and accountants. We will
keep your books, make out and collect your accounts, and prepare your
financial statements. For terms, address 211 Westminster Trust build*
ilig.    I'hone 364. (13591
Paid up Capital
Assets   . . .
Trusts und ���
Trusteeships fo
and  Surplus
.  $���_,son,000.00
5,161.05
    4,'J
Administration
... $6,217,983.95
Bondholders
$25,308,000.00
Open  Saturday   Evening 7 to 9.
OFFICES:���Vancouver, Victoria
New Westminster, Nanalmo,
Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, London, Eng., and
Antwerp, Belgium,
BACK   FROM  AUTO TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. Coldicutt Have Enjoy
able Time.
Councillor and Mrs. T. D, Coldicutt,
of Kast Hurnaby, yesterday returned
from an automobile trip extending as
far south as Seattle and thence over
the roads , f Vancouver Island, touching Victoria, Albernl and Nanalmo.
Mr. Coldicutt found the roads In
excellent condition, making the trip
from Victoria to the Coal City in
live hours and from there to Alberni
... three hours. The only disagreeable feature was the loading facilities
for nutos al Nanaimo harbor, where.
al certain times In the day. when ihe
tide is out, curs are unable to be
loaded on board ship Councillor
Coldicutt was compelled to leave In*-
car behind on account ot this feature,
TENDERS  OPENED.
Hospital    Supply    Bids    Referred    to
Committee.
Tenders for the supply of crockery,
I cutler)   and  otlo-r  necessary    equipment  for the new  Hoyal    Columbian
hospital, were opened at a meeting of
tbe board of management  yesterday
afternoon and referred to a committee
for report.
Another meeting will be called
shortly   after   the   tenders   have   been
tabulated.
Those present at the meeting were
1 President .1 ���' Johnston, Miss Wright.
Mrs. A. J. lllll. Mrs. W. T. Held,
Messrs. J. S. Clute, Sr., J. A. Montgomery, Robert Lane, MIbb Scolt, superintendent and Secretary K. s.
Withers.
Motorists careless nr reckless of
the law regulating their running will
lln future be severely dealt with, wa.-*
the dictum uttered from the magisterial bench by Mr. K inonds In thi
police courl yesterday. The occasion
was the failure of two auto drivers
to stop their motors in pi-.tsing Irani
carB, which were slowing down to
deposit passengers on Columbia
street. They were each lined JI" and
costs.
Kor the benefit of motorists It may
be well to uuote the section dealing
with the offence:
"Kvery driver of a motor going in
Ihe same direction and overtaking a
street car which has stopped or is
about lo stop for the purpOBe of dis-
charging or taking up passengers, j
shall, when such car stops, also stop
tin' motor at a distance of at least 10
feet iron, such street car and shall
keep sai.l motor al a standstill until
such street car has been again set iii
motion,"
Estimate of Fruit Production In Yakima   Valley  This  Year.
North   Yakima,   Wash.,   May   27. ���
The 1918 fruit crop of the Yakima valley Is estimated at 4,041, cars by Fred
Thompson, president of a commission
I firm   here,    whose   estimates   in the
'past  have  always  turned  out  nearest
ito the  mark.     He  has  returned  afier
a 200-mile trip through the fruit dis- I
trie's.    The estimate is 3,000 short ofl
last  year's  crop.
Three-fifths of the 4,945 carloads, or '
2,900 cars, will be of apples, accord-
ill.g to Mr, Thompson. l'eaches he estimates at 1,600 carloads, pears at 250
cars, prunes at 125 ears, grapes at 50
j cars and cherries at  20 cars.
"Three shipping stations In the valley will show an increase over laat
year," aaid Mr. Thompson. "They are
Donald, Wapato and Toppenlsh. The
rest wlll show a decrease, hut this is
a good crop for an off year. Peach
production will show a slight decrease
but this valley will get good prices
because of all the peach sections in
the l'nited States only Michigan and
the New Kngland states show a crop,
���ind we'll have an elegant crop here.
"I found more apples ihan I expected, Tho old trees were the most hurt
by the frost. Those five, six and seven
years old show a fine bloom nnd will
be big producers. Pears nnd nprlcotr
show the only real damage from frost
in the valley.
MARRIED
CUNNINGHAM -FOSTER���BY   REV.
A. E. (Ireening at Mount Vernon on
Saturday, May 24, 1918, Miss Violet
Foster to ll. c. Cunningham, both
of New Westminster,
THE DOMINION BANK
h. CDMUNO *��� OILS*, tt,*., PflCSieiNT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
MATmewe, vioe-p-uksidknt.
Capital paid up   .
R-narv* fund    -
Total Amti ���
$5,000,000
$0,000,000
$711,000,000
Making A Banking Connection
Director! of corporations and business firms In the process of
formation, are invited to consult With the Dominion Bank on all
financial matters.
The policy of this Bank is to extend fullest banking fanilities
to progressive firms and corporations.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH :    a  H. MATH'-WSON. Manager.
READ THIS
Do you want to exchange a lot as a
eash payment on a home ? Balance
of  payments  arranged  monthly.
I
Do you want to exchange your house
for  building  lots ?
Do you want to exchange what
property you now have for other
property ?
J. H. Todd's Music House
419  Columbia   Street,  New   Wettminiter.
GERHARD  HEINTZMAN  AND  DOMINION   PIANOS  AND  ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
Singer   Sewing   Machines.     Small   Musical  Goods  of all   Kinds.   PHONE  694.
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
       BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.  O.   BOX  442
TELEPHONE   324
DO IT SOON.
Call and see us.    We have a large list
we can offer vou.
EASTMAN & WAMSLEY
Phone 312. Room  201
Westminster Trust Buiilding.
SPECIALS
Kresh  Eggs  ...
(iood Cooking Butter
Bananas, per dozen  .
New  Potatoes   	
Fresh  Spinach   	
Spring Salmon 	
Cod  	
Halibut   	
3 dozen for $100
3  lbs. $1.00
 30c
.. 4 lbs. 26c
. .3 lbs. 2f)C
..2 lbs. 86c
. .2 lbs. 26c
..2 lbs. 26c
HAS  RELATIVES  ON   COAST.
Ottawa  Detective Says  His Family  Is
as  Oood   A3  Ifl   t nwyer's
Ottawa,  May 27. -Detective    Emile
Jollat   wn.=   verv   indignant   over  th,
report of his till  in  police court Sat
day with Dr. Cordon Henderson, when
lln the course of a hearing the lawyer
made  nev,'nil   grave  charges  against
the detective  nnd   Jollal   came  buck
with equally stinL-ing ertnarka.
,    Jollal  emphatically  denied  thai   he
hnd   promised   to   release   any   tiers'")
Inn condition that  he perjure himself,
declaring that such  a thing was lm-
' possible on the fnce of it
"When I objected to mv character
being blackened, Dr. Henderson said
, neither I nor anyone belonging to me
: ever had a character. He knows none
'of my relatives, but I have belter connections In this country than Dr. Hen-
Paclfle railroad, but lu 1SSH assumed d,.rBOn. 1 have two nephews who are
the position of city treasurer of New ministers In this country, another is
Westminster. Ho resigned that posi- a profesor In modern languages at Motion In  18115 and took  a  trip  to Call-  Clll College,  Vancouver, while anoth-
OBITUARY.
COOKSLEY N'ew Westminster losi
another old timer yesterday In the
person ol William T. Cooksley, who
passed away at tho age of r>7 years :u
Harrison   I lot   Springs,
Deceased was probably one of the
in .-i know ii old timers in this district,
having formerly engaged in the news
paper business and was al one time
city treasurer of New Westminster.
(If hit,, years he bas been engaged in
photography and in this line lie had
llle best private collection of views ol
(he lower mainland.
Deceased was bom in Brighton,
Kngland. but came to Canada In the
early days, lie was at one time construction  foreman    on the    Canadian
W. J. RUSE
(Succesoor to Ayling & Swain.|
447 Columbia St. Phone 98.
LOST     -  SMALL    PARCEL    ON
either a Sixth street or Twelfth
street car nbout 0.30 o'clock Monday evening. Parcel contains fancy
work and a thimble which Is prized
by owner. Kinder please return to
News office. tH'iti
"GET THE HABIT"
COLUMBIA
��� intphophonofl  umi  Qrafoaol
nut it i><-��i- in tho muaical wo
capable  nf   reproducing   nol
close  <���?   Instrumental   mi
oiase of Instrumental mu��i
h oro wiiii-
m l,i Thoy arc
t merely on*
la l>ut everj
with a fidelity
PREPARING  FOR JUNE 2.
Kodaks
Horse Show Arena the Scene of Much
Activity.
A gang of workmen    are    now   engaged at Queens park under the dire,*
tlon   of  a  decorating   llrm   preparing
..������,^   ,..,.��...--,��   ""'  horse show arena  for the mass
\NI)   PHOTO   SUPPLIES, meeting to be held there on the even,
Ing ol   Monday, June '-'. to celebrate
Developing   and   printing ""' completion of ten years of party
. * i   iiVAfntnatli      IttnArx** l_l��     l)l,.lw..���l
done on the premises.
Agents for fN
EASTMAN
List prices.
Curtis Drug Store
For PHOTO GOODS, 8PECTACLES
and SEEDS,
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New Westminster, B. C.
I,, vernment under Sir Itlclmrd Mc
Bride. This will be the first, big pub-
lie meeting to bo held in the arena
and over 12,000 people from all parts
or the province and of all political
screeds are expected to attend. The
I committee in charge have extended a
general Invitation to all those Interest, *d to bo present,
Souvenir programs nre being prepared containing the choruses of
"The Maple Leaf Forever," "Utile
Britannia," and "Oh Canada," The
city band will supply music and vocal
soloists wlll contribute to the program.    Mr.  Thomas  Gifford,   M.P.I'.,
I
fomia, returning the following year.
Kor a time he w*as accountant for
the Bvenlng Sun and was later en
gaged on the staff of the Hrltisb Colin.ll.i.m and The News. Ile then took
up photography and opened a Btudli
in his home ut the corner of Eighth
and St. Andrew's slreets. While he
OCOUpied the post of city treasure.
Mr, Cooksley was prominent iti
Methodist church affairs and (re-
fluently occupied the pulpit us a lay
preacher,
Tl," body was brought down from
Harrison Hot Springs last night. Tl.e
funeral arrangements, which are in
the hands of Murchie ti Son, wlll be
announced later.
Rough  on   Suckers
Nelson,   May     21.    The     Dominion
department  of fisheries  Iiiib taken  up
the question of destroying suckers,
which Infest Kootenay waters and do
damage to trout and other game fish.
Dominion and provincial authorities
will confer on the best means of affecting  tbelr common   aim.
er  relative   Is   a   doctor  here,   if  that
will do any good."
FOR A NICE DINNER OF EITHER
MEAT OR FISH CALL AT ANY ONE
OF  OUR  MARKETS OR  PHONE  US
P.Burns&Co.,Ltd.
Palace  Market,  Columbia    8treet
 1200-1201-1202
Sapperton  Market,  Columbia  and
I        Keary Street,  Sapperton 1204
Eiflhth Street Market, 515 Eighth
Moved
From 46 Lorne St.!
to 401 Columbia St.
Watch for announcement.
J. P. GALVIN
High   Class
i that -is im  lesfl than  (lawlew   thr violin,
the 'cello, tho harp, the flute, tho clarinet,
, Km cornet - ni1  thf uinii Instruments, nil
h the lust rumen ta <>r bands and orohestnia
nil   iin-  Instrumental   muslo nf  all   ih<-
world
Not   only   thin,   imt   Uie   human   voice
now su perfectly recorded and ho ilaw-
iessly   renroductMl   that   thc  home
wiih,Mil
n COLUMBIA  has become as In
sompletfl
hm a piano without ,i keyboard.
'HEAR-
IN, 1   IS   IIKl.IIOVINil "
Ilprnleei   Mooblnei   rrom   *ison
each  to
Ifi.'.n on eaoh,
Ladles   and
Tailor.
Gentlemcn't
THE FAIR
148  Columbia   Street
Phone  453
Street
Edmonds Market,  Edmonds
..1205
.883 L
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
���ESTIMVTeS and OPSIGiNS rURNISHCD
Home For Sale
No.   1���Here  is  I splendid home for sale cheap.    Id a good locality near Queen'. Park and now BChool.
It  has  seven   large  Comfortable  roonia  with  every modern  convenience;   full  basement;  on a  large lot, 06x132 feet.
This place Ih below value and   tho  terms  aro  iwch  that  almost
anyone ran  handle It.
PRICE,  $4400,  $750  CASH,   balance monthly.   If you want to buy
a home let ub show vou this p lace.
BUY   YOUR  TICKET TO CAL IFORNIA HERE.
Agent*  for  Pacific  Coaat  Steamship Co.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1881.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, E mployera'   Liability,
Marin*  Inauranc*.
Automobile  and
B. C. ELECTRIC���INTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St.
For Vancouver via Central Park.
WEBKDAYB- 5 and 5.45 a.m.
and every 15 minutes until ��
p.m. Half hourly service until
11   p m.   with   late  car  at  mid-
nlght
SATURDAYS 15 minute net-
vice Is continued until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS -fl, 7, 7.:��) 8 and
8.30 and every 15 minutes until
11 p.m. with late car at midnight.
For Vancouver via
Burnabv
REGULAR  SERVICE-5.45  and
6.46 a.m. and hourly until 10 p.
m.,  with  lato  car at  11.30.
RUSH   HOIIlt   SPECIALS���7.30
a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 a.m. and    hourly
until  10  p.m.  with  lato  car at
11.30.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS 7 a.m. and every
hour until  11 p.m.
SUNDAYS K a.m. and every
liuro until 11  p.m.
Connection  Is  made at    Bb-
boor until  11  p.m.
and other polnta on Lulu Island,
Eraser Valley Line
FOR CHILLIWACK ANI) WAY
STATIONS -9.15 a.m.. 1.10 and
8.15  p.m.
POR HUNTINCDON AND WAY
POINTS-4.05 p.m.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

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