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News Classified Ads.
lluvo  proven  their  worth by tlie
results    they    produce.     They    fill
large   or   small   wants   at   small
cost.
New U'euuhinnter News is
ihn unit* fiioririn.'; newspaper pub-
|jl��4etf ife tht 6ity ot], New Westminster and the rlc)(/' and fertile
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   MONDAY  MORNING, JUNE  16,  1913.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOLUME  8,  NUMBER   >'
CALLS IT W/
TO CONFISCATION
Irate Coquitlam Ratepayer
Talks to Court of Revision on Assessment.
SWEPT OVERBOARD
AND DROWNED
Thomas Olesen Loses His Life Tn the
Fraser When Rope Tightens tnd
Throws Him   Into   River.
EISPA WEIL UP
TO EXPECTATIONS
END Of HUERTA
IS IN PLAIN VIEW
New Fisheries Cruiser Has Trial Run
on   Saturday���Everything Ooes
Smoothly.
Some   Slrenuoui   Protests   Lodged   at
Session on Saturday, But Majority
of Valuations Stand.
Knocked off tbe end of his scow
house by a -quick tightening of the
min) which was attached to a launch
being used to tow- the scow across the
river, Thomaa Olesen, a Norwegian
laborer, dropped into tho Fraser on
Saturday afternoon, rose once, raised
bis blinds ubove the water and sank
the lust time. The police used
on Saturday
The revision court of Coqultlam on
Saturday gave rise to important ills-
-cessions upon the value of land and
Ihe basis of valuation,/ and in one
case an appeal will be taken to the
law courts to decide the validity of
the assessment, which, If successful
may have fnr reaching effects.
Of thc 15 ratepayers who notified
���objections against the assessment
placed upon their properties In Coqultlam, only four were represented
at the court of revision on Saturday,
held in the Burqultlam agricultural
hall. Austin road.
Fourteen of Ihe assessments were
confirmed and one alteration made on I
a portion of Mr. Hrebaut's property,
just outside Maillardville, which had
been subdivided and valued In lots |
and which Mr. Brehant informed the
court was being withdrawn from sub
���division. It waB reduced so far as
to equalize the valuation, in acreage
lo the immediate surrounding proper
tieR.
The cour' consisted of Reeve Ibirtli
and Councillors Martin, Atkins. Foster and Mounce, with Mr Haliburton
clerk and assessor, and Mr. Mclntyre
solicitor for the municipality In at
tendance.
Uefure hearing tiie objections to the
assessment, the reeve read out the
clause In the act upon which the as
BCBsment was based and which bound
the court in Its decisions, that the
value of the land must be taken as
Its actual cash value al the time of
the assessment.
$350 Per Acre Too High.
The first objection heard was that
or Hulph Booth, farmer, 1'ltt River
mad, wbo protested against a valuation of $350 per acre on 9-4.55 acres
in I). 1,. 47. and on 15.30 In D. 1,. 64.
W. G. McQuarrie appeared for Mr.
Flio'b. Me explained that Mes-^rm.
Roofb and Brehant were, up to a
short time ago. in partnership and had
been for many years conducting a milk
business on tbe land in question. They
did not hold the land for specula! lon,
but made tlieir living out of ii In the
municipality as legitimate vendors of
milk and hud done so for a great num
ber of years. As a matter of fact It
was not possible for Mr. Booth to
make out of thla particular land nny
thing lik'.' a fair return for his monej
and labor on a valuation of I860
per acre. That valuation practically
meant putting Mr. Booth oui of busi
ness.    lt should nol be the policy
NURSES WIND UP
USEEUE MEETING
Mexican Government  Losing Control in All Parts
of the Country.
First Convention of Graduates Cl
With   Interesting   Papers   and
Afternoon  Reception.
The reading of two Interesting papers  followed  by discussions, au  ex
for ^^^^^^^
drag nets for eome time
in an effort to locate the body of the
unfortunate   man,   but   failed   to  find
It
The accident occurred about 4:25
p.m., when, together with four olher
men and the aid of a gasoline launch
Olesen was moving his scow house,
which was located on the edge of the
fraser on l.ulu Island. Just below the
l.ulu Island bridge, to the mainland.
The water was running swift, and
the current swung the launch around,
suddenly tightening the tow rope.
wblch caught Olesen about the knees
and threw him Into the water. Effort!
were made to rescue blm, but, owing
to th'- condition of the river with the
spring freshet, this was made doubly
! difficult and all attempts to reach him
were useless,
With Olesen were Arthur Mafilin.
Peter Enderguard, H. VI. Knderguurd
urn' J   Olesen.
Deceased has resided In the district
With a distinguished party, Includ
lng two members of parliament aboard
llle new fishery Inspection boat Flspa
made her flrat speed trial Saturday
afternoon and, after covering the 80
mileB to the month of the river and
back, she was pronounced satisfactory
in every way, and in fact surpassed
the most sanguine hopes of her build-
err.
When the Flspa caBt off at the mar-, .     -_   . 	
ket whnrf at 3:15 p.m.. among others  dred federals were killed or wounded ! Vancouver on Saturday
hoard were  H. S. Clements, MB.,
SOUNDS EXACTLY
LIKE IRELAND
Emerald   Isle   Anti-Home   Ruler
Something Like a Brick on the
Head at Leeds.
Get*
Leeds, Eng.,  June  lo.���Sir Edward
I Carson, the leading spirit ln the Ugh
Federal   Troops   Beaten,   Townt   8ur
I      rendered, Railroads Blocked and
General Chaos Reirns.
El  Paso, Texas, June 15.���Six hun
ecutlve meeting at which committees i ugainst   home   rule   for   Ireland,   was
were appointed, luncheon at Glencoe
Lodge and an "at home" given by
MIbs Randall, superintendent of the
Vancouver general hospital, made up
the program for the final day of the
first annual convention of the British
Columbia Graduate Nurses' association, which came to a conclusion ln
in a battle at Saualllo, Mexico, ac
I D Tavlor M P F. II. Cunning- cording to reports reaching here to-
ham' chief fisheries inspector, fl. day from Southern Chihuahua slate.
Blakeley. Chas. A. Welsh, N. Nelson,, After the victory, over 1200 federals
W.  II.  Hansford, T.  H.  Smith, E.  B..
for about three years. He was
young man and was married about
month   ago.
BURY BRETHREN
ON MEMORIAL DAY
Sad, But Unique Services Were Held
by   Fraternal  Order of  Eagles
Yesterday.
ImpreBBive memorial services of the
1 Fraternal Order ot Eagles were car-
1 rjed out yesterday afternoon in the
| lodge room, this being the daj set
aside by the lodges on the continent
I for the decorating of the graves of
'deceased  membprs.
Yesterday's ceremonies were mark-
1 ed by a sad but unique event, which
; perhaps never has been carried out at
jnny similar service among the Baglee
i on the continent, thnt of burying two
i of its members on Memorial dav. The
i deceased members were J. A. Roson-
[gren. of Ibis cltv. and James Scott, of
jibe   Seattle   aerie,   who   died   at   tbe
' Hoyal Columbian hospital on Saturday
I morning,
I One of the largest turnouts ever beld
! by  the   local  aerie  assembled  in  the
Schock and otheis. The run to the
(Hill was made In one hour, but coming back tide snd Burrent set Btrong
agalmt the boat and it was B o'clock
when the passengers were landed at
the wharf. During the afternoon the
Flspa averaged 12 n-iles an hour, and
passed every craft she came up wltli,
including Ihe fishery patrol Foam,
which acted as escort. The trial was
���n charge of the builders, with Capt
Sam Daw, Sr., In command
week the new boat will be handed
over to the fisheries department and
���mother run will be had shortly with
Hob. Robert Rogers, who Is daily ex-
pected, ar. guest.
Her Dimensions.
Tlle   Flspa   Is  82   feet   king,  has   a
14  foot 6  inch  beam and draws five
feet ot water when loaded,    She carries two 100 h.p., Blx cylinder Standard engines, speeded    to    make    350
revolutions   per   minute.     There   are
three     Weill     appointed     staterooms 1
ihoari. one with a private bath, and |
forward   bunks   are   provided   for   six
men.    The dining saloon In  the forward   deckhouse,  is  finished   In   teak
and   has  direct  connection   with   the
pilot house.   Thc galley Ib well equipped  with  ranee, sink, cupboards, etc.
Tlie decks, dining saloon, pilot house,
rails,   companlonways     and     hatches
arc of teak and the deck and engine
rerm   fittings  are  brass  and  copper
Telegraphs for hoth engines and modern compasB and binnacles    are    Installed
The whole boat is lighted by elec
and Insurgents under Generals Villa,
Chao and Hernandez marched toward
the state capital. They are reported
as having taken Ctisihuirlachlo, a mining town west of Chihuahua City.
lhe 400 federals, who Friday evacuated Madera, were met yesterday by
Villa's men at UuBtillos. The rebels
poured a hul Are into the federal
troop train, killing lhe engineer and
fireman, fleneral Mereando, acting
military governor, lias called, in all
This j olher outlying garrisons to tlie defence of ihe capital. The insurgents
are manoeuvering to prevent these
movements.
Railways Tied Up.
Practically every railway line in
the state is out of commission as a
result of rebel activity. The Mexican
Northern railway Is operating below
the border only as far as Casas
Orandes. A repair train bearing 200
federal infantry is B randed between
burned bridges north of Chihuahua
City. The only armed force of consequence Ic the CaBas Urandes di3
i tricl is led by Colonel Maximo Cas-
I tillo, a mutineer from the federal
ranks.
A Busy Corpse.
After taking  Pearson    last    week.
Castillo was joined by    Braulio   Her-
I nandez, who previously was reported
' executed.    Hernandez, a  former  sec
I retary of state of Chihuahua, is said
! to be organizing a provisional govern-
j ment under the Vusquez Gomez  banner  lu  the  Casas    Grandes    district,
j which is left unprotected    by    either
| federals   or  Constitutionalists  as   far
Admirable Papers.
Miss MeLeod of Vancouver, read a
paper on "Social Service Work In;
Vancouver." She Btated that tbis
branch of the work was Inaugurated
In Vancouver in 1912, since when 520.
patients had been helped In various
ways.
Miss NorcroES, of Victoria, also
gave an interesting paper. She took
for her subject "The Nurse and Her
��� Mission." The ever-widening work of
'the nurse was emphasized by Mi6s
Norcross, who said that, where a few-
years ago the hospital and the home
engaged the sole atteution of the
nurse, she was now employed Ln preventative work aB school nurse, social service nurse, anti-tuberculosis
4iurse, and in many other fields.
Mrs. Joseph Dorgan. vice-president
of the New Westminster graduate
nurses' association, proposed a vote
of thanks, at the luncheon in Glencoe
Lodge, to tho Vancouver nurses for
the very courteous manner in which
tho visiting delegates had been wel
coined,  and   every   one  present  con
struck on the head by the missile
thrown by some unknown person
while be was proceeding to the town
hall tonight.
A procession which formed on his
arrival resulted in disorders.
The Unionist leader was not seriously Injured aud will continue the
campaign which he has begun ln the
province against home rule.
A woman captured the Union Jack
which one of the anti-home rulers
was carrying ln the procession.
PLANS APPEAL
TO SIR RICHARD
Premier Favors Scheme to
Systematize Marketing
of Valley Produce.
Policy Would Mean Better Conditio-���
for Farmer am) Town Buyer���
Influential Delegation.
ANOTHER BREAK
IN PHONE CABIE
Telephone   Wire   Under   River
tured  Again���Temporary  Con
nection Established South.
Frae-
For the second time within a week
connection is broken on the submarine cable under the FraBer river
bridge. The cable belongs to the B.C.
Telephone    Co.    and  carries  all  toll
The  government's  appreciation    of
the scheme to systematize and    concern rate uie handling of produce  in
��� he Fraser valley was expressed    by
Premier 31r Richard McBride to the
delegation from the vicinity of    New
Westminster, whicb on Saturday presented a memorial asking for assistance in agricultural mattera, and It is
i vp-.c'.eii that within a few days word
wflE be received telling of the govern-
meal's Intended action.
The Plan.
Briefly, the memorial suggested that
the following action be taken:    That
a scientific agriculturalist be appointed to travel throughout    the    valley
and organize the farmer* into s.llin.^
communities, explaining to tbem the
best   crops   and   otherwise   advising
them.   That in turn, all those centres
be governed from one ceutral station,
and that wheen the produce la raady
lt be shipped to thiB point, where   a
eeld storage plant would be especially
! built, and here kept and put on the
market aa the demand requires it   lt
was explained that the present time
all crops were brought ln with a rush
trlcity   provided   by    a    5     1-2   ���*��������. Mad-,a
Crocker-Wheeler generator, driven by  ">��"�� %"3"Lo..   ,     ,
i two cvllnder Fay and Bone engine; ���.'��'���    ,," A,9""
there Is a powerful WOO candle power      Nogal. s.   Ariz.,    June 16.���
earcbbghl   and   electric   riding   and | vance of    General    OJeda's    federals
��' ; lodge rooms In tb" afternoon, where
this or any olher council, lo drive a [the memorial services were conducted
man' out of legitimate business, and n ky flev, E, R, Bartlett, of St. Barnabas
man  who hud    lived    and    conducted I church.
business In (he municipality for so Following the services, the mem-
inanv years and who was a most de- hers, led by the Westminster band.
nimble citizen. wended   tlieir   way   to   the  Sapperton
The  court   might  possibly  say,  and I cemetery   where   the   funeral   servic,
possibly rightly, that the proper basis
held
.niuilng lights are porvlded. A ino
voli storage battery is install! d In con-
:i"c.ir'*i witl the generator, and the
;'hlp is also heated hy electric heaters.
E. B. Schock was the nava! architect, and tho boat was built hy the
Murine Railway company, l.ulu is-
Innd. the electrical work being done
by T. E. Corrigan. of New Westmin ���
ster, under the direct supervision of
\\    Eskins.
The Fisna cost $40,000 and is built
to make 16 miles an hour, but when
he   hae   been   in   commission   a   few
weeks  it  Is expected  she will  better
norlli of Guayamas, was checked In
fighting yesterday, said today's advices from official insurgent sources.
It was said lbat General Obregon's
state troops made a flank movement,
encountering the federals below Ortiz
and capturing 150 men. There was a
lull In the lighting today.
Get It Once More.
Mexico City. June 15.���The rebels
have demanded the surrender of the
town of San I.uls Potosl, the key to
communication with Tauipieo and the
oil fields. There are said to be 4000
rebels  between  San   Luis  Potosi  and
erful  twin  screw
of placing a value on the land, wan
the actual cash value of the land. If
Ihey tcok lt on that basis Mr. Booth
would tell them it was not worth $350
per acre. A great proportion of it
was nothing bul moss land, not pro
perly fit lor cultivation���nol valuable
land. Ills land and some of Mr.
Brehaut's laud did noi compare in
value with the adjoining land and
was unfairly assessed In comparison
with other land In the immedlati
vicinity. If that was so tbey would
not wish to impose a hardship on Mr.
Booth. The assessment should therefore be reduced.
Mr. Booth supported his counsel's
Statement. The greater portion ol
his land was on the flata on the south
Bide of tlie Pitt River road and waa
nothing  but  moss.
Councillor Mounce- I am assesseil
nl $300 for farm land on NO acres
nine or ten miles farther away from
bere and 1 can't get any revenue
it. I am not complaining
revenue must be raised some
the same class of land
nie wis sold at a little
over two of their members were
and the graves of past deceased members, numbering 25 were decorated
with  flowers.
The committee who had charge of
Ihe services were J. J. Randolph. D.
S. Cameron, A. G. Peters, H, A. Hoult
and H. J. Clarke. Mrs. Q. Coombs
was the accompanist.
MINE PROBE IS
ON IN EARNEST
Companies  Line  Up    Scores    cf Witnesses to Prove that They Were
Not to Blame for Trouble.
from
as   the
way and
round  aboul
^^^^^^^^^^ higheer than
that. We must have revenue to carry
On the municipal work. We all want
good  roads.
Industries Sites.
Mr. McQuarrie pointed out thai
good land In the neighborhood of Mr.
Booth and Mr. Brehaut was assessed
at the same rate as the boggy land.
There must be unfairness somewhere.
Either the good land was not assess
ed high enough or this land too high.
Councillor Atkins���It lies along
the railway track. Take it aa industrial sites.
Mr. McQuarrie -There must be
some limit to lhis industrial site proposition.
After some further discussion the
courl decided lo inspect tlie lands of
Mr. Booth and of Mr. Brehaut, the lat
ter's holdings  being adjoining.
After the Inspection the court reassembled in tlie afternoon.
The reeve said: "We have seen the
(Continued on Page Four.)
MILWAUKEE  8IZZLES.
Charlrston, W. Va., June 15.���The
coal mine operators of West Virginia
will begin presentation Of their case
tomorrow before tbe senate mine
Btrike Investigating committee. The Lake
attorneys for the companies lined up
today with scores of witnesses whom
they will produce to show that they
are not lo be blamed for llie conditions which threw the Paint and
Cabin Creek mining districts In a
s'nte of civil war.
Much of the activity of the mine
operator's will be directed towards
breaking down the Btory of l.ee Calvin, an ex-mine guard and star witness   for   the  miners,   who  told    the
committee Saturday of his experiences
on the armored train which Bhot up
the camp of the miners at Holly Grove
nu Pant Creek, Just before the last
(lecliiralon of martial  law.
Calvin accused Qiilnn Morion, n i
mine operator, of urging that the tra'n \
return and Irre again on Iho lenledI
camp after the lire from the cara once '
had raked the little village and after
Cisco E��tep had been killed heside
bis home. Quinn Morion, himself,
others who
this rate by two oi
hour She nas now
propellers.
Office���  and  Crew.
The officers and crew already have
'���een unpointed. They are: Captain.
i. D. Crichton: mate, C, J. liouse;
first engineer, W. T. Allam; second
'ngineer, P. Douglas: cook, A. Anderson; deckhand. A. E. Fasliam. Blue
uniforms will be worn by the officers and the crew will be provided
with blue sweaters, caps and serge
trousers.
Shipbuilders claim that no better
i>nal has ever becn built in British
Columbia than the Flspa, and aay that
at lhe present time there is no craft
-f her type on the coast that excells
her. Grent care has been taken to obviate all possible vibration and her
engino foundations are especially
built for this purpose. On Saturday
passengers remarked on the absence
if the usual throb so common ln
'ligh power boats, and alto on the fact
that scarcely any noise came from
the engine room. The Flspa'a hull is
Painted white above the water line
and   the  woodwork  is  varnished.
Altogether she is splendidly fitt'il
to carry on the work along the Pacific
coast.
three  miles   anjSal'illo  and   to  tbe east  and    north-
.    ...  ,,      ,, ���,,���   ������_    i       - and for a short Ume the market was
curred with Mrs. Dorgan    MIbb Barn-   UnM of thp companv somh> as wel, as'overloaded.   Then a shortage occurred
ardof \ancouver responded. i the Western  Union telegraph wires.   I aud   Amcrlenn   concerns   with   cold
Afternoon Tea. ;    The break occurred yesterday morn- ��� a'orage  facilities shipped in  p.-jduoe.
From 4 o'clock the nurses' residence \ jng an<j an day oiflclals endeavored *, and the consumer had lo pay for the-
at the hospital was open to the visit- j t0 locate the exact seat of the trouble. I ahippin*. The whole plan waa to
lng  delegates  and   every  one  inter- i *Qy nie a|,i 0f instruments, the trouble. bring   the   producer   and   consumer
being carried on j was f0Und, following which a tug and | closer together for their mutual benefit, and with a storage plant this
could be dene, Ior as consumers aak-
ested  in  the  work   ..   _ 	
by  the association.         L BC0W werP U8ed {"0 measure 0f( t.he
In her address on Friday last, Miss , distance of tho break from the shore.
Wright, of New WeBtmlnster, laid The cable wag thcn ho|8te(] on the
particular Btress upon the fact that goow 6(J that lt mlght be repaired.
the registration bill which the gov- | It lB jlmt a few dayg glnce a break
ernment will be asked to pass is for ;occurred in the cable, under the draw
the mutual protection of doctors and ��� span of the brldge The new cut )s
the public, as well as for nurses them-; w|th|n a ghort dlBtance of ,he other
selves and showed that such a meas-' break ��� ,��� thought that Bome boat
ure would not prevent any persons draggIng her aachor *. the cause of
nursing for fees so long as they did t|,e trouble
not claim to be registered. )are  at  least
ed for fruit,   vegetables,    etc.,    they
could be put on the market.
The realisation of the whole scheme
would mean that the tanner would
receive more for hla produce and tliw.
consumer paid less.
Premier Is Favorable.
In reolv. Premier McBride explained  tbst Ike government  had  always
It Is known  that there;	
one  or two  anchors  at;WKieaTOrea  to" assist the  farmer    as
COLLIDE  IN   FOG.
and  One    Ir
Steamers    Bump
Missing.
Calumet, Mich.. June 15 - - Thl
Bteamera B"ssie Spaulding and tin
Schneider Junior collided this morn
lng In a fog near Keweenaw Point
Wireless messages from Ibe Schneider say the Spaulding blew distress
signals and that the Schneider search
ed for her without success. The slg
nals ceased.
The Schneider, which was orlv
damaged above the water line, will
be able to make her port. Superior
Wis. Officers on the Schneider as
slimed that the Spaulding succeeded
in reaching shelter, Both vessels an
freighters.
east. Practically all of Tumaullpus,
with the exception of Tampico. is at
ibe mercy of the rebels.
General Blanquet, Uie new minister
of war, has promised to protect San
Luis Potosl by a general aggressiv*.
campaign in the ata:e3 of San Luis
Po!csi, Nuevo Leon and Tamaultlpas.
Ife said today that he planned an ex-
pedilion from Vera Cruz. He expects
co-opiratiou from lhe south and also
will make an effort to open the Laredo
route.
Durango has been under siege for
To days and tlie Inhabitants have b',;en
reduced to dire straits. The federals I
reoccupicd Zacatecas today, which
wus recently evacuated by the rebels.
Worry Here Too.
An uprising in the slaio of Cam-
peche, headed by the governor,
.Manuel Urito. is giving the federal
government some concern, although
it Ib asserted officially that the movement Is not receiving the support of
the people.
There are rumors cf furlber
changes in the cabinet. Accoriing to
the report, Rudolfo Reyes, minister of
justice, is slated for retirement. He
is the son of General Bernardo Reyes,
a Diaz man. who was killed in lhe
battle at the palace a; the time of
the uprising agalnsl Madero. Genera
Felix Diaz insists tbat the cablnel
changes do not presage trouble for
ihe administration.
Electricians  Vl.lt.
The B. ('. Association of Electrical
Inspectors of  Vancouver,  New  Westminster and  district  paid  a visit  to
FraBer    Mills    on   Sunday  afternoon
when they were shown over the plant
of   the   Canadian     Western     Lumber
company.    Electrical experts   of   the
General  Electric company  are super- ,
Intending the iiiLiallation of additional!
machinery at  the   mills and this was I
Inspected,  together  with   the  general
Plant.    Among those who were in the I
party were C   II.   Fletcher, eity elec- I
trician of Vancouver; J. Digby. assistant to P. Bowler, New Westminster; j
H. BuniB. municipal inspector of Bur- |
naby;  J. A.  Mclntyre, assistant engi-
neer,   Burnaby.     The   association     is |
planning to visit Stave Falls, the gen- j
eratlng station  of  the Western Can- |
ada Power company, in the near  future.
present caught in the cable, which ;muc!l as poggj^e wuhout at lbe gamp
ships huve abandoned when noting the nle llindorillR ieglUnjate trade. It
Strain on the trailing chain. Iv..,,  reali7f,d  that  British  CclumWa'B
A temporary  wire has  been  strung  cbief ^ ta   jn her f und with.
on the bridge which will be used until the cabie is once more repaired.
LAYS DOWN POWER
EAWS EOR COUNTY
American Official Hands Out Maxims
to Govern  Energy Taken  From
Streams of  Land.
by
and
Washington. June 15.���The lower
the rate chargpd to consumers by
electric power companies, the lower
will be the tax which such companies
must pay to the government. Secretary Lane of the interior department,
announced this today as the heart of
the policy adopted as to the disposition of water rights of the government
In  the  last Six  we?ks a special com-
inlttee bad completed a reorganization
I of the selling centres of the whole
Okanagan valley and there was no
reason why a similar move could not.
I be made in the valley of the Fraser.
' The plan would be laid before the
department of agriculture ths week.
I'hi delegates aet forth lhe successful operations of the New Westminster c.ty market during the 22 years
of its existence and explained the
bcnelit of such an institution as a
i a -.li.ting point for Fra3���r river val-
. y produce.
Those who comprised the delegation
w\re Reeve William Merrylield. Mat-
siiui; Reeve Poppey, Langley; J. Dins-
mere, Surrey; R. Hutcherson, Delta:
James Owen, of the Farmers* institute, Mt. Lehman; Alderman Henley, New Westminster; D. Bt MacKenzie, market clerk, and C. H. Stuart
Wade, New Westminster board ol
trade.
It is felt that New Westminster,
both because of its favorable situation and its past accoispIishmeaLi
along theae lines, is by  far the Ue-sx*
Just Starting One There.
Winnipeg.  June   IB.���Promoted
the Million for Manitoba league
I formallv opened by Sir Redmond Roblin   Winnipeg's new    public    produce
market proved a great success on    Its
initial   day   yesterday,   being  heavily
patronized by the public who took advantage of low  prices made  possible        mmmmmmmmuti    m
by cutting out the middleman. , ^^^��nltui'^'^t^ ot 'erfortB wllrno doubl bs made to bring .
Lose i navigable streams   for   ihe   develop [headquarters here.
T���,���i,,n lune 15 -The Canadian I ment of electrical power. He is op-
, ���^ L in, plaved the opening I posed to making use of these waters
n ae     of   their   nur  at   Reading   on  as a source of revenue to the govern-
match  of  tneir  tour  ui        _    r) ^ j (  bu, |g ,,, fnvor 0, renulrlng thp ;Confiscation  of   Diseased   Americans
for  the   benetlt   of    the Helps Locals.
The confiscation of American grown
After carefully considering a power |potatoes because of the prevalence ot
-,lr   Lane  has   pending   berore  him [situated  of  any  city  to   become the
for rights to use j distributing    centre    suggested      and
Canadian   Bowlers
\
team
      tour^^^ ^^^^
SaVunlav, being defeated by the Berk- J ment.
.hire Country club by is points. The fullest  use
scores were Berkshire    125.    Cana- general public,
illans 107.   The lord mayor of London
welcomes the
House tomorrow
SPUD   MARKET--
Mllwaukee, Wis., June IB.--
Four deaths by drowning and
twelve heat proslrations, six of
which may result fatally, wera
reported In Milwaukee today,
the hottest day of the season.
Daneff Takes a Hrnd.
Sol-i, June 15. Dr. S. Daneff. who
was head of tlie Balkan pence delegation nt London, has formed a new
Bulgarian cabinet, he himaelt taking
thn portfolio of minister of foreign
nffilrs.    M. KoviatehelT Is minister of
^eon'r^ln w.H'be caii^taM |war:   T.  Theodore, retains .he  port
liTort to disprove Calvin's sta'ement.
Calvin  will  be called for croBsexam-
Inutlon.
ft ft ft �� *�� * # '
i'f ft ft
Circle F Break Even.
FraBer Mills broko even In the B.C.
league Beries during tbo week-end.
losing to Coquitlam on Saturday, 5-3,
and defeating North Vancouver yesterday 10-0.
folio ef mlnlator of finance, and
Michael Mldaroff, the Bulgarian minister at London, Is appointed minlBter
of the Interior.
ASSIZES  TODAY.
Mr. Justice Morrison Will Start on
Long List.
The astlze court opens today at 10
a.m. in the county court room. Justice Morricon is expected to preside
and will address the grand Jury, In
iccordance with usual custom. The
jury will then retire and consider
whether there Is prima facie evidence
lo warrant tlie court proceeding to
try the accused persons on the charges
laid against them.
There are lis persons to be tried,
but Which of thenj Will be taken first
Is not yet known, as it Is largely a
matter df arrangement between counsel and tlie presence of witnesses.
One man, Howard, charged with
sending threatening letters, Tailed to
answer to his ball at the last assizes.
The sittings, at any rate, are certain
to be protracted.
C, B. MacNeill; K.C. Vancouver,
Wlll conduct the cuseB for the crown.
visitors at the Mansion I project on the Pend D'Orellle river, in
morning. ! Northern  Washington,  the    secretary
  i llas ]aid gown five conditions "as   au
ideal standard towards which to work
^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ tn  the  making  of the    contract    be-
last year's champions of the Hlg Four,, tween the government and  the appli-
crept up Into sec md place     ^	
afternoon when they defeated the Na-1conditions arc:
UonalB on the letter's grounds toy the     i.   The   greater
odd goal, final score 1-2. j horse   power     " 	
 *���  |per horse power to made on the pres-
Drucke All in. ent government    This Is intended to
Lei  Angeles,  Cal.. June  15.���I<culs  secure the full use cf the stream.
Drucke, former New York Giant, was j    2.    The  lower the  rate  to  eonsuni
Manager Hogan, of   the ers. the lower the clmrgi  on the part
li ague   club,   today, I of tbe government
several   weeks!    8.   No charge whatever for a period
Torontos  Creep  Up.
Montreal.   June   15,    The   TorontOB,
 ,��� ����,h.. Big Pour,,mni ���...- ���-- ���
yesterday|canti for the use rf the power,   lbise
devi lopmenl   of
lower   the   charge
released  by
Venice    Coast
Drucke was acquired
ago after     Manager    Wolverton      of
Sacramento, had turned Wm adrift.
a mucli dreaded pest, Is resulting to
the benefit of growers in the Fraser
valley, anl already a better demand
fur spuds is being felt.
Throughout tbe past week potatoes
have been unusually cheap and plentiful, but now farmers are marketing;.
I more  old  potatoes  and  are  uncover
lng   pits   -where   potatoes   hava   Been'
, stored  for months.
| As vi t no increase In price Ii is beea
recorded and no material one Is ex-
i p. e:eil. but at the same time local
growers now have the market very
much  to  themselves and  are  utilix
,'.ng It to advantage.
Joe Keeper Still Running.
Brandon, June 14.���Joe Keeper, of
the Winnipeg North End Athletic club,
first In Sun ten mile road race this
evening in slow time of 61 minutes
19-4-5 seconds.
Another for the Bow.
Calgary, .lune 15.--Maurice Malhiot,
a law student L'n years of age. was
drowned al Ghost River rapids, 35
miles out on lhe Uow river. He was
canoeing with two others down the
river which was very full and going
al a terrific pace.
Interior Ors  Figures
Nelson. DC, June 15��� On
tlon in the Kootonay
districts  last    week
ions, maklna a
More Trouble in Balkans.
Loudon, June 15.���Despatches from
various ports In Southeastern Europe
Indicate that the earthquake yesterday at Sofia was widespread. At
Bucharest two distinct shockB, beginning at 11:43 in the morning, were
��� experienced.
_ proline*
and Boundary
toialled 44,409
total for the year to
da'e of 1,181,411 tons. Smelter receipts for the week were 38,509 tons
and for lhe year to da'e 1.023.542 tons.
of five or ten years during which the I
power company Is finding its market. j
4. Acceptance as a public utility of
the stales' jurisdiction over inter-s:ate
rates and services; and of federal
jurisdiction  over  interstate.
6. Absolute prohibition of combination or monopoly and the right of
revocation on the par: of the govern
ment in the event that it is established to the satisfaction of the Becretary
of the Interior or the courts that sucii
combination has been made or thai
prices have been flx��d by agreement
Willi competing plans.
"it is my purpose." said Secretary
1 Lane, "to follow closely these conditions in the making of all future con
'tracts with power companies."
This Is a Feeler.
London, June 15.--Appllcations are
today invited through teBHkri
Montreal for the Issue of 1WM.B00 '
per cent, cumulative preferred shares
at 1100 each in Ihe Dominion GUbs
company. The shares are offered at
$20  per  share.
Of Flying Fox Blood.
Paris, June 15���The Prix du Jockey'
club-the French Derby -was run at
Chantllly course today and won by
Bdmont Blanc's Dagor a bay colt by ���
Flying Fox, an outsider In the betting.
M. L, Olry's Roederers Baldaquin,
finished second with M. B. Deaaint
Altry's Bruineur, third.
Cant Hurt This Editor.
Port Arthur. June 15.���The injuries
to Dr. J. A. MacDonald. editor of the
Globe, who was among the members
of the Detroit party which was more
or less hurt in the collapse of a
staircase at the Superior pulp mills,
Sault Ste. Marie, are not nearly t��
serious as were at Brst reported. Dr.
MacDonald was up this morning:
though he still has to walk with the
aid cf a crutch on account of the
Istrain to his left kg. His other Injuries are of quitu a trivial characti.'r.
���   -rt*  -�����  -���>-  %e   -w  :e  -.t   :t  -.?  if  -..-   :.'   ���*���  ���*-  "w
' ���"��� a
i-:- SAD  HOME COMING. ft
\*9      Cardiff.   Walea,   Juno   15.-- 3=
The     Terra     Nova.     Captals ?*-
Scott's    Ant.irr.lic     ship.     ar- ��:
ft   rived here today from  Lyttto- =S
ft   ton, N. 7L. by way of Straits *
ft   of   Magellan.     Thousands   of ?*-
ft   persons lined the   quays   audi *."���*
���'.'������   mot tho surviving members of t>
ft   tbe expedition. ft
*��� ��
'�� *e*����e*��*ft ���*���*������
i PA-Gfc   TWO
THE NKW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE  16,  1913.
iin Utaepenient morning naper denoted to thc intcrists of New Westminster and
the eYuser Valley, Published every morning except Sunday by the Xutional Printing
tt**] PutluiMriK Oompany, Limited, at 83 WoKs-arls 8-trest, ,Vi-,i. Wettmintter, liritish
0,1,,iIth ROBB SUTHERLAND, Managing Director.
All eonitoiinieotlons should be addressed to The A'fie  Westminster ,Vi-��'.i. and tint
���It. -twHuMsul members of the stuff.   Cheques, drafts, and mon
-parable  to   Tin   Sat'onal  Printing  and   Publishing  Company
���ntUtPHONBB���BstitXttl Office and Manager, 8'J!)
m***ts), m.
BUBB0R1PTI0N RATES���Bu carrier, il ;ior year, tl  for flirrr month
-mstmth.    Hv mail. J", per yiar, SBs per month.
mDVBBTlBlNQ RATES en application,
orders should bt made
Limited,
Editorial Room* (all d-sporf-
40c per
alright," was about, all be would say,
and In desperation the dealer asked
blm If he would take 820,000 for the
option, To this he assented, :md the
dealt r proceeded to wait for the return of his second client, when he
would make an extra {20,000 on the
sale.
The unfortunate part of the story,
from the dealer's point rf view is that
he ir, Btlll waiting, and now admits
that he is altogether likely to keep
on waiting while the two strangers
spend the proceeds of hia 820,000,
MONDAY  MORNING, JUNE 16, 1913.
NURSE SETS THEM THINKING.
CANADIAN   WATER   WORKS
Every now and then the conservation
commlsrion conns before the publlo
in somo capacity that gives continued assurance of its activity In the
pubiii inter. Ft. in order thai roforme
may be made in various admlnl itra-
tioi'iK. wbether of public health, con-
Iservation of natural resources, or of
When the bald statement comes from a source pre- other modern \ ays. lotormati r an
ie well-informed that a certain disease has in-|^ ^*ZZ$%'commit
has-, oolb eti ii statistics iii a manni r
thai gave doflniteness and weight to
future discussions. Previously In
Panada thla branch or government
the collection ol statistics- had beeu
lux;  that i:-i. outside of there statistics
pi rtalnlng directing to governmental
A RSGH, FRAGRANT
Caylen'8 Choicest Leaf
and Bud; the Finest
the  World   Produces.
SCALED   PACKETS   ONLY.
  002
Kiack, Green and Mixed.
IWO Will ANSWER
CHARGE 01 MURDER
it is then the administration,
u 1,,   ltn tne     Rocentiy the
y follow up a
m
V
com ervatlve commission issued n well printed boos en
titled "Waterworks of Canada." I'
w-is c." noil ������ hy Leo O. Denin, 11 Sc.
who if tho hydro-eleotrlc engineer fi ���
'iv cor"niESicn. 'i in extremely valu
able. Th ��� statistics it contains nev r
��-. Vt" hnve been assembled, and see-
three of Canad t'i
i
ue
���i well be gratped
Cat): da's nine provinces have altlej
towns  nnd  villages  possesslm? water
,-��� ���-,���'��� - of 'i total numl ��� ��������� of 346 in all
'i"*'       -.1 ��� their supply as follows'
Frnm   T.-ikes   	
Pi i rivers  	
i- ������ t,   Si-.-:, .'���;   or   v,'c-11
.. fifi
,.177
. .113
���111
���ito
snmed to be well-informed that a certain disease has increased almost one hundred per cent, in twelve months in
a certain locality, it is scarcely to be wondered at that the
man in the street, as well as the doctor, is found discussing the .situation in animated fashion. 'That is the reason
such a statement usually is made, to arouse public interest
With general attention drawn to conditions
pari, of the experts in that line to diligent]
course of correction for the evil.
A few days ago, at the nurses' convention in Vancouver, one of the graduate nurses who has studied the question announced that during the past year tuberculosis had
lade gains of-almost one hundred per cent, in the city of {��**^ ^Sinl Siaa
ancouver.   With conditions of climate and business and problem of ������ water supply, its vaii
home life practically the same along this coast, it is natural to suppose that the disease which has earned for itself the name of the "White Plague" has made correspond-;
ingiy alarming gains elsewhere on the seaboard of British
���Columbia and this in lhe face of determined efforts put
forth by the provincial government to check its advance
It is true .of many of the ills to which man falls heir
that education Helps greatly towards the much desired
goal of elimination and in no case has this been more completely demonstrated than in that of tuberculosis.
Higher standards of cleanliness, both public and private, are bound to present strong barriers against the advance of the white plague and to secure these higher standards the education of the individual is an essential requirement.
Get the man who travels in the street car every day
to understand and recognize how closely it affects himself to refrain from breaking the anti-spitting regulation:
have him see clearly that it is an important measure and
not the result of some crank's effort in the legislature and
a long lap in the race has been covered.
Show him that saliva affected with the tubercular ba
cilli, when it dries, blows away with the wind like the seed
of the flowers, and that, like the seed of the flowers, if it
lodges in congenial soil, or in other words in the lungs of a
person with a weak constitution, the chances are all in favor of the adding of one more consumptive to the fast
growing list.
Telling people these things once and repeating them a
couple of times does not constitute education along health-
preserving lines. A doctor, or a civil engineer, or a lawyer, or a carpenter, or a plumber, or a blacksmith doesn't
know bis profession or trade after a few lessons. It takes
itLme. but, above all else, it takes interest.
The man who wants to place safeguards about his
own health and the lives of the community in which he
lives, must have his heart in his work and every man, woman and child should feel that way about it.
Practice clean living yourself: get all the fresh air
you can and talk it up to your friends.
The majority always rule and when fifty-one per cent.
���of the population line'up for health, if the laws are enforced, the other forty-nine per cent will have to follow
suit.
COLUMBIA IMR     ���
LOOKS DANGER8US
Ticcici^nts cf Three Valloy, B. 2., Arc
Threatened by Floode���Within
Fow Feet of Record of 1S91
Th * ���   Valley, B. ('., June 16    Tl -
ooni in atlon of the pn a 'nt ei>:"il   of
Fifty i r !':������* e, or 14 pi >' conl . use
filters > f . i 'i'e i .". '��� inly 118 tin
-*r. i ity Bupplii ;*. ��������� :.,;- '-.i 228 the water is mimpi i as i-i Ottawa nt the pre-
��� ������: nl the pn 11 nt time. Thirty use
direct water power for tlie pumping,
'"-. i"" steam. 4 0 use electricity, us
in Ottawa, while the remaining -7
������.'      b or gasoline.
Only !>.< of these plants, or 21) per
cent., nr" owned by private companies. The remaining '-"iH nre owned
' ��������� tli" municipality. As almost all
these plants are well managed and
furnish excellent service at cheap
'���at's. the rrierpcnt in favor ot peo-
ph '--. nwm rshtp is obvious.
' i thin lati* t publication are riven
the various ratea -charged by each of
these 3H0 plants, anil mucb other information ar to nuality of service, etc.
The worli will become a useful classic: one which will furnish engineers
and pul.lie men pinch valuable infor-
nvitirn whenever water systems arc
under discission. The conservation
commission is to be congratulated on
the thoroughness of the work.���Ottawa  Free  Press.
warm weather for a tew more days
will b pell disaster tor many people
lh Ing ��� n the lowi .��� ii i is and nve:
:, In ':',�� pari ot th * provln :e. Al-
n . 'i water in the E igle and Col-
ui b * ��� vers Is within a fi w feet ol
hi id high wati r mark of Juni.
��� * in i mi ny of the ploi * r tei ���
tiers * i *;. h Columbia I -i i thi Ir
',! i in iie* floods, and thi heavy
��� tipeat'ing In the sky on Satur-
tj j ������ ��� Sunday Insti ad ef bringing
lh usual cold weather result' <l in ..
i -.vi pour of warm rain which v.as ri
Ible for a mark"': rise In the wati ;* levi Is In all the streams and lakrs.
The Canadian Pacific railway coni-
i pany   is  taking extra  precautions to.
pi  tec! Ita roadbed, rolling stock and
traffic from the rapidly rising water,
hut at many points between here ami j
! Slcamous Junction the ties are already
submerged and many of the old-time
I railroad men agrei. that nothing bul
a miraculous sudden change in weather conditions will save the transcontinental from a serious tie-up within
thl   next. week.
On .tune 7 the logging camp owned
and operated by the Forest Mills. Ltd.,
Bt Taft, caughl fire in some unac-
| countable manner, and driven by the
exceptionally strong wind, damage to
the extent of between $40,000 and Jrif'.-
000 resulted before the flames were
under control, The principal loss was
llie burning of over Iwo million feet
of logs on the Bkldways. The loss is
partially  covered  by  insurance.
CIVIC  CLEANLINESS
"Civic cleanliness has n"t advanced
very far in Canada. The tour dump,
with .ill its tin cuns, waste piper, old
vat's ami ash conglomerate Is frequent
ly aa much a publlc Institution aa the
town ball or the town councll. For
the sake of economy in cartage tiie
<iiuii j'.i ore frequently placed much
too close to residential districts, and
civic apathy permits them to remain
there, and lo grow in bulk and uu-
jdjthflineKS.
Uarbage must be disposed of, but
why our civic authorities Bhould uot
��� taslxt upon the burning up of much
��� at ;'.,��� bouse waste upi n the premiies,
"-either in the furnace or the kitchen
-tftove. i�� something to be marvelled
at If tbere were more domestic i:.1-
jn-psu in Candian towns and cities in
*txe wry ol destruction of maa: artl
��i���� nf house wast' by bome cremation, th.- i-.r b saving i" the mu il ���*.
paiiiy would bo considerable and tha
town di mp wi uld be '*      !u    i'Idi nee
Then too. thl  "dump" i'.: uld 1      ll
pervlted, and r.cn en uld ������  eniploj
.��! in' burning all ench  m iti rials an
5>:ipit, i ardhoard and other boxes, dls
��� cardiof-, mailing, etc    This would re
will in the saving of i paci   ai d pre
vent the scattering ; f Uu i iv- r material* by wind. Further the deal ������������
tion by fire of as much as possible
of tho material brought to the dump
would prevent to some extent the fly
���nstanoe from that quarter. On the
completion of the burning operations,
lie health department should Inslsi
that all garbage should be covered
first with a layer of lime,, am! then
witli clean earth, the latter tor a
depth of ut least three feet. Of course
ni dtles and large towns inceratora
nhoulil be installed and tho dump
should only he used as a repository
for aHln'H and clean earth. Scrap
should  be  sold.
The  spring  time  la  a   good n
to declare �� n i o thn town dun I     ��� d
on nitiiv   back   yards and I.i
Ute citizens i* n be i roum d to d ;;
action  the civ ��� offi' : II i on
ply I!    '��� parts   nt; I Bulletin.
like the East, must for ils own welfare Bupport the National Policy of
mi derate protection which has beon
largely responsible for most of the
manufacturing development In Can-
ada, and which during Ihe past few-
years has forced hundreds of the Unite'! StateB Industries to erect branch
plants in this country. Without n tariff, most of our manufacturing would
li" done wltli the powerful American trusts and no Canadian towns
uild hope for the acquisition of any
IREPUILD  BURNED
EXHIBITION    BUILDINGS!
Regina,  Sask., June 15.���Work has
beeu commenced on the reconstruction j
of the buildings hurned in last night's!
fire at th" exhibition grounds.    A gang)
of twenty-five men were employed in
erecting  temporary  bleachers  for  tomorrow's   race   meet,   red    following
this,   work   will   I-i gin   In  earnest   on
the   building  of  a  new   grand  stand
and   main    buildings.    This  morning
some of the city officials met and dismissed   Bi   length   the  whole  question
of fir" protection in Itepina.
While nothing official Iris been
made public il is understood that
some strong comments were made In
cnnnnectlon with the way In which
fire was handled by the fire department. The statements made lhat Ihe
main hydrant at the grounds w-is
clicked with mud and was practically
useless have heen accepted as a fact
and has caused a great deal of comment. A gang of men took this hv-
drant to pieces and it was elearlv
shown that  the hydrant was useless
ONLY  ONE  CONVICTION
IN  VERNON  ASSIZE  COURT
IN CANADA'S STORY
consid' ruble
ronto  News.
mil
factories.   To
LOSS   FROM   OVEREAGERNES
fNDUGTRIEj   AND   A<J
IICULTURE.
Every tov n mui I find o basin for
Ba permani nl growth and prosperity
fa Die <i,v' I >pmi "' of ' il Indmtrii ���
Towns and cltli b so buttrei i d *.*��� ill
promote thi welfare of i ntl| ion
���agricultural   irea i, and all ;
Is growlngly appai ot that I        '
Winnipeg, June 16 The avi ra
nal estate dealer is generally
��� ipable i f taking care of liis inter-
cf.U in a business way, but once In
* while i ven the besl of them gei
a promising deal and through
"V n agi rness drop sine of their pro
;   *
A Btory is going around Winnipeg
r* garding one ��  11  known  firm  who
li . ���  $21 0 as ibe ri suit  of placing
i io much confidence In the prosper-
ippi nance of a strange client, and
j taking 'ii" much Btock in the fact thai
be had deposited $1000 in cash for
��������� -,i n days' option.
His offi r was accepted and tbe
money paid over to the dealers. Several days' later another prosperous
looking client entered the dealer's of- '
i.ee and represented himself as being the purchasing agenl for an Kngiish syndicate who desired in acquire
iWinnipeg property. This customer
was also ebown around by the firm!
and among other properties submitted for aprova] was the one on which
an option had been sold a few davs
before. This Beemed to appeal to the
��� i >*:'"��� agenl al io, and he enquired
���*,,.   I ������:��� ,.
1 lu   di ii r believed  evidently thai
'** -ii rty  was In  strong ilem ind
id ���'   I v :   ���������* ' *��� nl $1 10 000.    Thl ���
tl io c 'tlxfy hip i tu '������me-, i 'ho
eM i���������-,��� the property, Iml
*   ��� hh bi prlnnloals ft r ci ������
i*       n end exolalni d thai it waB on
* ly a * .*������   ���" nf Oi in and thai In two
days li-     * uld lie a'.'V to complete Hu*
transaction when fen-is were wired,
Tlie dealer then pmci ed.i d on a
hunt for the iieia *������* ho hi Id the option
and approached blm nn to hi w hi wai
sue ���*' dial In placing ib" property Up
In  date  no  sale   lr"i   l"*i n   male,   but
ii*. di' pi lyi d no anxiety an I ��� tin  fad
o   '     "* 00.   "i guesn I wll!     ;: II
Vernon, II. C . June 15.���The criminal docket of the Vernon spring court
Of assize was concluded, when the
caie of Ilex vs. Mays, in which J. I).
Molntyro appealed successfully that,
as there was no evidence agalnsl the
accused thc case be dismissed.
The   only   penalty   imposed   during
the Maize was that of two years' lm -
prison ment In    the   ease nf Hex vs
Welland, a cook, convicted of Bteal-
Ing n  watch  belonging to  Mr.  Alien
Mathews, an engineer, at the time employed on  the C.  N   R.  line of con-
,,,.'il���-[i-inie!inii on the Mi rtb Thompson riv-
-  ami later for a while a resldenl
Vernon.
Francis Xavirr Garneau, the f'ana-
idian   historian,   was   born   In   Quebec
104 years ago yesterday.    Ile was ed-
j ucated  for the law, and  in  1SI12  was
j appointed clerk of the legislative assembly.    Ile was afterwards  made  a
member cf the council of  public  in
structlon, and in 1S-15 became clerk of
j Quebec.   His contributions to the his-
j tory of Canada are of great value, his
most important work being "The History of Canada,"    published  in 1S5J.
Garneau died in Quebec In 1866.
The special commission to consider the fisheries question, appointed
under the provisions of the
treaty the people of the Dominion nud
thirty-six years ago yesterday. Sir
Alexander Tllolch Gait represented
Canada in the deliberations. By the
treaty the peopel of the Dominion and
the States were to share freely In the
fisheries of both countries, for a period Of twelve years, but as the l'nited States gained vastly hy such reciprocity, it was agreed that Canada and
Newfoundland should he paid a lump
sum, I ut the United States delaved
Its settlement until June IS, 1S77,
when the commission began Its deliberations. The sum of *', .iflO.nilO was
decided upon as the value of Canadian
j fishing privileges. $4,490,082 being
i awarded to the Dominion and the re-
I malnder to Newfoundland.
 .
THE MANAOER'8 COP.NER.
The most natural, the most
human, if not the most altrulB-
tlc, bond is ihat of BelMnterest,
There are thousands of associations, leagues and societies
all uvi r the country that bear
witness to tbe uniting force
of u common personal cause.
The biggest society In the
country is one that, has no
president, no bylaws, ieir. In
fact, any specified organization,
Vi I practically every man and
woman bi longs to It,
li is the Society of News
papi r Headers Their only
li nd  is thai  of nll'-inleri sl.
Ml na n and v omen know
thai iu order to I"- able to hold
their o" a v Itli tli Ir neighbor i
tie y mtiBl learn whal the ni *.*���
: am i. have to ti ll thi m, i,. i
i nl;     In    ri gard    to    i nni ral
* is of tin d.n. b .' ;���'. i In
i ..���-.| i" l"* s; ��� tie !��� tii Iiii..
11 tin li i allty In k hich I ��� .
I ve.
Thi ���*' Ivi ��� i len ..' In the
rcll iblo v * .* ipi i*.��� ar i o leas
Impi rl ml and are very Dpi to
i"* of more 11 ling value in
lhi   matter i    beII Inti rest.
lielng a n -in! ��� ������ ni' the
i i.-uo ne aim lu * s i.ii are upnn lul .". i ri j'" ii Ive, and
alive to your own welfare.
Montreal, which had been occupied
by the .-"i-nr-'"-ins in 1J75 waa retaken bv the flritiili oa tills dale in
1T76,
v..  :.,..*,i,.,,i  ,;- ^p   American civil
' ws thai "  ot greal Interest to Canadians war tho banishment hy President   I tneoln  of cioacnt   Vailandlp-
ham, of Oh'o, 'he -e-Mi,.r ,,f tbo "peace
| Democrats,"   nr   "Cnppnrhefds."   Va]
1 laiidigii:"! nrrslstcntly denounced tht
war as "winked, cruel snd unneces-
b i." ard his audacity flnallv aroused Lincoln to action.   The Ohio trou-
ble-mak'r was transnorted bevond the
Union   Hues   Into   P"     Confederacy,
and. just  half a centliry "go todav,
he took passage for Canada at Wilmington, ei ming  '"  this countrv  by
way of Bermuda,   He arrived at Hall-
fax on July 6. Frcm ihe Nova Scotia
metropolis th" exile   "ent to Quebec.
and  afterwards  t" Nlt-gara  Falls.  In
ithe meantime he bail been nominated
for governor Of Ohio, and  he carried
|nn  his  campaign   from  this  country
[Issuing several addresser te the D"'c
oerats nf Ohio.    I..-Her he removed I
���Windsor,   where   lie   r*��m-ntn'"d    unt'1
m rmltti il  to  return     to  the  Unlti d
Statefl,
During bis slay In Canada acrn"�� ������'
the Confederacy wi re frc-i" ir vision
in Vallandlgham, but they we-e un
iiiii* to convince the exile of Hie Jim.
ilea of their bnoes and ambit' ar-
While the expatriate was d 'fr [I *d fie*
ibe > ��� ��� i mon bin of Ohio, he re ��� ��� ���"!
a larger vote than was ee-r lip'orr
, *., ; ,-; n->mrcr i:- cattd'dati In tti li
��� i ile, Vnllandlaliam p *��� a* * d '
1 an nl.i and n i oro to Ohio  a *���'
before  i lection   l ut  a  Rti - n  i ii
the nighl he had planned for bis return  it'",' nd i! hla crossing thn I le
ii, ;> rlvi i*    Ho rem lined In Windsor
until June, 1864, whon'lie r< tuna il tc
h    homi.
John   Bright's  motion  for a royal
���*: n'i lion 11 Ini u i *��� Into Noi a Sen.
* ' nond for feci  jipn wsa nnga-
:   rri b; ih" Brii   i ' oj imons forty-
���  *  ara bs * tcday.
Clark and  Davis Sent Up fer Trial���
investigating Cause of Fatal
Building   Accident
Vancouver, June IB.��� On charges of
murder and shop breaking, Herman
Clark and Frank Davis were yesterday morning committed for trial by
Magistrate Shaw, The charge of murder Is Irf connection with the shooing of Pollce Constable Archibald, on
May L\S on a vacant lot on Powell
���Heel. Tile major part of llle prelim,miry hearing was held on Friday,
when sensational disclosures were
made by "Blackle" Seymour, a solf-
confesced confederate of tbe two ae
ii ' d. In plans whicb he slated had
been made for imiiiiiig up wayfarers
00 siiaiighncssy Heights and breaking Into down  town  premises,    Sey-
lai ur,   bOWeVI r,   derail   guilt     in   tlir
,-i octlng of the police officer,
Concrete   cr   Timber.;
Building Inspector Jarrett Is making lesis of the Ci meal that went in -
in the concrete pillars which are sab:
io have been the Cause of tbe oollapsi
of tho wall of the rooming house on
Pender slreet list Friday, when one
in.iu was kilh i! and eight othi rs i'
jui; d. Various reasons have bi en given to account ror tho accident. Ac ,
cording to Mr. Jarrett either the concrete was badly mixed or tha wooden
casings were removi d prematurely,
The limi.crs b ul bei D 1 'kea away iialj
tho night before, while it Is said they
sii 'uld have remalni d in position about i
a v.eek longer, inspector Wm, McKenzie reported to Mr; larrett thai he
had visited the building only a few
days in fore and found everything satisfactory. Investigation shows that |
th ��� beam which e: isi d the collapse,
broke away from the uprights ut the
��� "!: The beam Itself is practically
Intact  and  is  leaning almost upright
���a nt-l one of tho �� liars at the rear.
N' thing will le touched until Coroner ieffs has held the inquest next
In .day.
Regret  Sale  ef   Egeria
The meeting called by tlie Juvenile ]
Protection Association of Vancouver j
to protest against the sale of the
steamer Egeria and to devise some
means to secure the vessel, to be usi il
as a training ship, beld In the city hall
last evening, was attended by about
fifty people.
A resolution regretting that the
Egeria had been sold and urging some
action looking towards the preservation of the craft and Its utilization
as a training ship was passed.
Germans Hold Banquet
The twenty-fifth anniversary of Emperor William's accession to the imperial throne of Germany was right
royally celebrated hy the German Club
of Vancouver last evening when a
banquet was held In the Hotel Elysium
Many of the leading Germans in tiie
��� iiy and province were present and
the occasion was graced by the presence of Sir Richard McBride, Mayor
Baxter, several foreign consuls, the
heads of local military bodies and
many others. An Interesting incident
uf the function was the sending of a
cablegram to Emperor William congratulating him on hia reaching the
twenty-fifth anniversary of liis rule.
Find  Body on  Flats
The body of an unidentified man
was found on the False Creek flats
at Hie foot of Keefer street early on
Saturday lying face downward on the
mud 100 feel from the bank. No marks
that might have been the cause of
death were found on the body. The
"in hnd apparently stumbled over
Ihe bank and walked to where the
���ii.dy was found, as footsteps were
���'ouiid leading from the foot of the
hank to the spot. The man was five
feet seven inches tall, 45 years of age.
bald, of a fresh complexion and with
a fair moustache. An Inquest wlll be
beld at 2 p. in. on Mondav.
Fill  In At  False Creek
J. O. Hay, citiy solicitor, haB telegraphed from Ottawa, stating that the
Dominion government had granted lhe
request of the city and the Canadian
Northern railway for permission lo
fill in the centre of False Creek bead,
and had approved the reclamation
plans. As the result of the government meeting the wishes of Ihe city,
officials of the railway company, In-
cludlng T. G, Holt, executive representative; T. II. White, r-lii. r engineer, and Gerald Ruel, solicitor, waited upon his worship, Mayor Baxter
in Saturday and made formal request
mi behalf of the C. N, It. to have the
bed of False Crick transferred to the
i company under the terms of lhe agree
menl   endorsed  by  the    citizens    In
1 March lasl It is the Intention ol
his company, said Mr. Holt, to Btarl
work al as early a date as poSBlble
an  the proposed  terminals.
Last Trip to Vancouver
With a good general cargo, the big
nine  Funnel fn ighter Keomun, from
Vntwerp and Liverpool arrived In perl
��� ii Saturday on li"r lasl trip on the
European run. The old favorite will
be placed on the Australian mute
when she has completed ber round
trip, nnd lhe popular skipper Captain
Conradi, will rctlro frnm the service.
F.uilding Permits Irrreafc
Twelve per cent, over the permits
of lasl week, and totalling a little nn re
Ihan the average fo." tho past months
of ilils year, building permits to the
value of $330,844 were issued from
the city hall during the week ending
lune Kl. Tills compares with $205,760
for the week ending June 6, and "iiii
an average of about a quarti r i f a
ailiilon dollars a week since last New
Vi ar's day.
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY. POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
rifeh Canadian Securities, Ltd.
G02 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
WM>  BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
ordering cist wbei*
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones 15 and 16
902 Columbia Street W.
���*m**Bmxmtsm*sh**sh*s*mt**t***xt**x^
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Our Motor Truck now delivers Lumber, Lath and
Shingles ON THE JOR.
"THE FRASER RIVER
.C/iNADIAN WFSTERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone K!)0.
t vrvenac r.*��txv3rxmt*r?*r>mt!!mr--? ex*: raBBeauBE
3LLS
a
BUSINESS  DIRECTORS
PROFESSIONAL
SB!
li.
FRATERNAL
, a I'..-, ..UNS'iTiit LODGE NO :
it P. O. nf KIM ef the D. ..I i'.. nice
��� flrsl nn.l third Tlinis.lav ai <-. I* in
uf P. tI.i 11. Clghlh sir"'. A Well
..v. Exalted Hul.-r: P. II. Smith, Bet
CORBOULD,  ",H.
CIS!. I'M, BollCltOI
Ni w Wislmiii-U
C.    J   R. Qranl
;t &
etc.
Mcl'llU.,   IIAR-
���lii Lorne Slreet.
K. Corbould, K.
MeColl.
, ii i). M.. NO. 864.���MEETS ON
ini. s iinii). iiiinl and fuuriii Wedniw-1
day in each tii"iitb in ii I' "i ���
in the Mooae Home, II J. Leamy,
dictator; I-'. E. Jonea, Becretary.
Headquarters of lodgo In Bea Itene*',
corner of Fourth and Carnarvon atreets
o. O  P.
r. gulin
il.   1    *).
nlKhl
AMITY LODGE NO. IT���Tl
iieiwx of Amity lodge N
O v.. In he'd every Mem:.
o'clock In O.I.I fellows' !!��'
���urniirvon and Et-nhtn street
Visiting lin-lhern cordlnlly Invite.
R. a. MeiTlth.w. N. a.. J. Robertaoi
v il . W. C I'liui'iain, P. it. re-con
ing secretary. H. W Sangster, flna
clal secretary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS
BOWELL (SOCCE8SOR TO CEr
ier ��; lliiiiiia. Ltd.l���Funeral dlreotoi
anil embalrners. Parlors 408 Columbl
alre.l.    N'.-w   Wi-HltiiinHter.     I'hone   9H1
Ui.v.M SMITH JOHNSTON, KARKIfl-
*��� ���-iii-luw, solicitor, etc. Ttk'iibune
1070. Cable atldrvH* "JntuiHton."
Code, "Wi-Bti-rn l'nlon " Offices, Kbit
Hlock. GDI! Columbia streel. N--W Weatmlnster.  B. C.
WHITESrDB,     EDMONDS   ft    WHITB-
ntifo ���- BarrisiiTs and Solicitors, iv��*t-
nilnnter Trust Blk., Columbia street,
Ni(W Westminster, B. C. Cnble address
"Whltealde." Western Union. P. O.
HrKAyer 200. Telephone 68. W. J.
Whltealde, K. C.: ri. L. Edmonds. D
Whltealde
J. I1TI.WELL CLUTE, Barrlster-at-law.
solicitor., etc.; corner Colombia an*
MoKcnzli! streetH. New WestnilnBtor
H  c.   p, o. Boi 112.    Telephono  TK.
.1     I'    HAMPTON    BOLE, RARHISTBR,
Siillcllor    and    Notary. Offices     Hart
lilock. 2H Lome street. New WeatintD-
qter, B. C.
Mo-aUARRIl,    MARTIN     ft    CABHADiI,
lurrlsteis und Kotlqltors. 60S to Sit
Westminster Trust Block. 0, B, Marti i. W. Q, McQuarrie and Oeorge I>
Cassady.
KS     I *!,
ilm t.
'amegli
r I'un'-ral  Diractt
-fii p  A(,-nes strA
Library.
PliOi u
SPECIFICATIONS, AGREEMENTS ol
S:ile. Heeds. Business Letters, etc; clr
cular work specialist All work *trlotl>
confidential,   n  Harry, room 41h west
minuter Trust Blk     I'liouc T08,
VNOP818  OF  COAL   MININO   KB-
0ULATION9.
AUDITOR   AMD   ACCOUNTANT.
If.   .1.   A.   ni-'RNETT.   AUDIT!
Accountant    Tel. R. !2S. Hi.ni
Block.
AND
Hart
P. If. Smith. W. J. Grove*
AUDITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
Work   uniWtak ���n   In   city   and   outsld-
points.   211-12   Westminster  Trust   Hldt
I'hone   364.     P.   O,   Box   f.07.
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WESTMIN
sler Board ol Trail'! meets In the bear.
ro..tn. City Holl. as follows: Third Frl
day of each month, -quarterly moot Ini
on the third Friday of February, Maj
August and November at 8 p.m. An
ruin I meetings on (be third l-'rlday o
February. C. II. Stuart Wade, socre
laiy
P.O. Clox 34 Dally News BldQ
J.   T.   BURNETT'S  PRINT   SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
uf all klnria.
Satisfaction KnarnntMi n
Mi.Keine  St
Prloen
rlKbr
>i9
COAL MINING rights of the Hominies
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and aiumru*.
ihe Vukon Territory, the Northweei Tur-
rllortefl and In a portion of the Province
��� .r HrlUsh Columbia, may be l.-usisl for a
term of twenty-one yearn at nu annual
rental of 81 an acre. Not more Uian 2SS��
acrea will be teased to one apvllranl.
Application for a tease must Isi made
by lhe applicant In person to tlie Agent
.r Sub-Agent of the dlatrlct ln which Uie
rliihta applied for are situated.
In surveyed territory ttie land must be
I.-scribed by sections, or legal mib-dlvl-
slmis of sections, and In unsurvoved territory the tract applied for shall be
staked eut by the applloant blmaolf.
Each application must be accompanied
liy a fee of 85 which 4*111 bo refunded It
the rights applied for are not available,
hut not otherwise. A royally sliall ba
paid on the merchantable output of the
mine at the rate of five eents per ton.
The   person  operating   the   mine   shall
furnish    tbo   Agent   with   swntn   returns
accounting for tlie (ull quantity of nn;r-
chantable coal  mined  and  pay  the  royalty   thereon.   If   the   ooal   mining    rigid*
are not being operated such returns should
j he   furnished  nt  least   ono*1  a   year.
I     The lease wlll Include the c*at  mining
] righto   only,   but  tlie   lenoee   will   be   |a-r-
fnltted   to    purchase    whatever    available
I surface   rights   may  Ire  consldensl   necea-
i >:ary for tbe working of the mine at tne
I rate of 810 an acre.
For full Infnnqittlon application should
be made to tiy Secretary of the m-p-art-
iiniit of Ihe Interior. Ottawa, or to any
Agent  or  Hub-Agent of  Dominion   [jrnda
W.  W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of tho Interior..
N. B���Unauthorised publication of this
, advertisement will not be paid fnr.
���eemanm 8��� tettmma
Xa*.^.XVK*l.!tM:-L r-JB
KfW WESTMINSTER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18
.
ONTARIO GERMAN CONSUL
RECEIVES APPOINTMENT
Toronto, June 16,   Official appointment, nml  conrintiatlon    ot appoint
mi nt,  bearing the sign itttri s of two
monarchB and two eminent ntnlentnou
'i   * I i "ii ri cclvi il by  '. II. ::;���*���   Pi tl ri
'���he now r.*-*: * nffli   > 1      *��� tjerman
���*i nnl fer Ontario,    M *   1'* '* r'l   np-
iio:r.i���������""! beii's iii" Blfinalures of Bm-
pen r William and tho German ch in
eilli i*. mni tho accompanying confirmation  haa attach) ii   the  Diitop-i'r iphs
of King Oeorge and Sir Edward Grey,
!*ei-,i tary of foreign nff ;:* .
Mr. Petern enterB i ito tin i!nii"*i
of eiiiuul following : i"-'I "!' nrtiii);
coneul Blnce tho death of Samuel Nor-
���Iln.-n.iii- in Juni'. 1912, The appointment came tn the new consul cnl Iro-
I-* 'unsolicited,
-mi
TO
\St��
(all
Free Circus Street Parac?e 10:*
J DdUClB) satDXJ ElOr��e��j elephants, camels���40fl
people of all climes in native costumes will lie shown in p- "de
Two shown (Lily -afternoon at 2, night at P, doors ope.-^t 1
and 7 j��.m.  Waterproof tents.  Admis.;ion J5 cents to see it nn MONDAY,  JUNE   16,   1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE THRBC
MIGHT HELP SOME      AFTER All \W        PROGRESS RAPID ON     REPORTER DETECTS
IN fRASER VALLEY
Corps of Experts Coming to Washington to Teach  Farmers  How to
Get Most Out of Soil
CAN NAME THEM-?       PACiHC HIGHWAY
Conviction     Against     Chinaman     for   Visiters   to   Coming   Convention   May
Gambling Quashed���Judge Holds
Government Responsible
Calgary, June 16.���In delivering
judgment to quash u convltclon on a
writ of certiorari against a Chinaman
named Hung l.ee, who wan convicted
by Coloni I Sanders In the police court
fur running u gambling house,' tbe
Hon. Mr. Justice Beok holds tlie fed?
Wenatchee, Wash., June 15.--The
Inland Umpire Confederation of Commercial Clubs has ratified the Invitation of the Spokane chamber of commerce to l'rof. P. fl. Holden of Chicago and Ills corps or experts to visit
this section next October and Wage
a thorough campaign to teach ever;
rancher bow to get the most opt of
hiB soil, j It Ih expected to result in
tremendously stimulating the production of alfalfa fur It has been found
to be the most wonderful and valuable
forage crop known to man and especially adapted lo ibis disirict. .       ,     , ,
Tho International Harvester people : Jlb 11��'"ls''|I>; "****> Uill.aincn can
have aproprlated one million for a na- U'J'* ,0 ���?��* "'���" ���*�� ��'**>' I'���-".!-";'', lotion-wide campaign of education of wl,f<' ""J,*0.,hon,JLto �����'.ml"T .,
farmers tO be executed by l'rof. Hoi- , ", d"llv';rinK &�� judgmen the
den. He has a sore of associates.' ^'V"""'1 J",Ik'* Poln,a "ul ''al tl,p ,'1'"
They enter a community after prelim- I d"",n lB ""l>'iv<'" *"' mU0D on P��?nt?
iuary  arrangements,  scatter in  auto
Travel   Here  Via  New  Route���
Northward Conditions.
Victoria, June 15.  -The hope Is now I
officially entertained that the section
Of the  Pacific   Highway    that    leads
from  th"  boundary at.  lllaine  to the',
city of Vuncouver wlll be In a condi- ]
tlon  approaching  completion   by  the |
I eral  government   responsible  for  tbe!month  ot   August  M ttiut  the  dele-
abnormal   Immorality     among     tbe
itliinks,  If  there   is  suah   immorality.
i     The Judge  declared   tlmt   the  "peo
gates  attending  the annual    conven-1
Hon,  wblcb    is  to  be  held  In]'that]
pie who Impose the J5l)0 poll tax on  month, .will  be  able to  make  i/se of|
Uie Chinese women are r> ally respons- ] th" road.
ble   fer   Ihe   immorality   of   the   men '    In order to Inspect the progress that
from the Celestial kingdom." Pir, Bays 11"  being  made  toward  that  end,  Mr.
af-
of law or what are commonly  called
mobiles,  make  personal  Investigation ! le����   technicalities but on the merits
of farms during toe day and each one ��,B i*,86,   "* *ay^:
makes an address In a community 'irP law'u1' e"'l'",t I" rhnI,B cock-tight-
centre at night, telling runners a scien   i!1K and **?,?? ol }'w clla��ci!-    ,A"
tine application of modern discover- f8!"*' of 8kl!l' and games Involving
les to their peculiar problems. boUl ,;hanc'' "ml  Kkl" "r<! bwful P"
Tho result in  lowa,  Michigan  and j*1" wb,en "lay'!(1 ln commun saming
other states  haa  been  marvelous  In  hOUBfiB.
wealth production, both as to Increas- ��� Another important point In the judged acreage and increased production ! m,'��l *��, }**'' "tatement that the city
per txcre pojice dill not have the right lo make
The  convention   was  impressed   by  a rill<i on J��e l"7��'-ff (,f 'h�� ('hj��*-1-
the speech and figures of J. A. Tor-   men und  ^ey Bhould  not have duie
who  represented   the  extension IB0 anyay Without  a search  warrant.
mey,
department of the state college.
told or efforts to extend .the benefit
of the agrlcullural school beyond the
-walls of buildings at I'ulmlan to all
tho farms in the state. ThlB is done
by means of demonstration trains, rotation schools, farmers' institutes and
correspondence courses. The department  seeks   to   advise   rarmers   what
\V. Foster, the df puty minister or pub-
UO works, proposes to take a trip over!
tiie rood  in question  within the next'
few dayB.    Ile will probably leave the
capital  lhis  afternoon for the  main- I
land, where he will get ln touch with
the one or other of the road superintendents,  and  then  proceed over the
All games I-oountry by motor.
lt is some time since Mr. Foster was ,
over this road, but he states tbtft the i
work is well ln hand, and that ir all
goes well there ls no reason why It I
should not he completed in time fori
lhe delegates to motor over it to at- ���
tend the convention.
Iletwc'en the cities of Vancouver and
Blaine on the boundary line Is a dls-1
i.aure of about thirty-two miles, but I
that is divided into two sections by I
the city of New Westminster inter-1
veiling.    Between  New    Westminster |
11. I Further, h's  lordship said,  he  would I
'     'have allow, d the costs In the case of and Blaine, it is reported, the road Is
Ihe Chinaman had hc been allowed to Jiractlcaly  completed, but the section;
do so, as the police had without any Wng between New Westminster and
pretext broken up a good deal of the Vancouver  has  to  be  paved,  which
furniture In the house after they badjw"rk wil1' of course, entail some time *
made the raid. aml effort.
lu coming to his decision and in the Work of Organization.
course of Judgment his lordship quotes !   In r('Kar(1 to the convention itself, it
������  follows  from   Halsbury's  Laws of' ma-v  1,e etnteil ���������'-** ll t***-('*i Place In
the city  ot  Vancouver,  running  rrom
11 to 18.   This is the fourth con-
crops are best adapted to their panic- .,.,.., , ,. ,i...
ular locations, soils,    elevations    and England:    At common law. all games jthe
except, perhaps COCkflghtlng, ure law-   J,lm
ful.
tions, soils,
genera! conditions
To Illustrate the  value    Mr.    Tor-
mey told of hundreds of acres In the
Hlg Bend worn out  by wheat ralBlng,
hnt which could grow corn profitably I
provided   farmers   were   properly   ad- '
vised In selecting seed.    To give this .
and other advise the department  i��� are iUegal by statute are lotteries
I of  hearts,  tare,   basset,  hazard,   pas
and   now,  though   certain   games Iventlon or the Pacific Highways    or-
by statute  unlawful, and  all  the | sanlzation, and It is expected tp excel
games ef mere skill as distinguished
'rom those of chance are lawf' ' un-
Ies3 tht y are carried on '������ in: ni :���
gaming   houses.     The   ,, .  'es   -vli.ch
fully  equipped.
ill its predecessors In point of Interest  and   general  influence.
.Since the Inception ot the move-
ir e-il the highway et the Pacific has
i* I ived a tremendous measure oi
support,  and   it  is  not  to  he  denied
KELOWNA COMING
AHEAD IN RUNNING
la  First  in   Entire   Okanagan   to   Establish  Local   Exchange  Ready
for Selling Agency.
sages and roulette.   The statutes pro- illiat '" tlu> attainment of this end the!
hibtts  the  keeping  of  any   place  ror'. association has been a powerful fac- ;
playing or the permitting or suffering I,or-.    ln  brief' tllP ol|ipcJ of lh<-  or"
of  anj   porson   within  such  place  to ganisatlon Is to secure the construc-
play at Iiie game of roulette." |lion' aB rapidly as possible of a first-
Provisions  Modified ,*'lafs  trunk   roai1   **-0'-%  the    Pacific;
"The various acts on the subject," .s'0!"1 from as far north as possible to
continues the Judgment, "have bceni��� 'ar Bouth as Possible,
followed bv a number ot acts modify- ' Bxecept for two short breaks In
Ing the provisions dealing with lotter- : British Columbia, this road now
les, etc., directed to the local and tern- stretches continuously from a point
porary abuses and  circumstances.       , located a few miles north of Hazelton,
"These   games   are   mala   prohlbita In the northern part of the province,,
but not mala per se.   The acts of this j ���<-��� Yuma, in Arizona.   Or course, dur-
nature never extended to thisInrladlc- 'n�� 'Ke "���������'*" months much of thiB ;
lion and the criminal code deals with f��afl ���* impassible. lit the present, but
Kelowna, R. C, June 15���Kelowna
has Bet the pace to the whole of lhe
Okanagan In successfully launching a
local exchange which will ileal with
the recently established Central Selling agency.
The  work   In  tho  formation  of  the
the whole subject and the whole law
on illegal games ls to be found in tlie
common law and the criminal code."
Mr. Justice Heck then declares that
it Is claimed that this condition will
become past history with the exereiBO
of Intelligent co-operation between all
the communities and the governments
ihe onlv games, which in this Jurisdic- I along Ihe Pacific slope.
tion are unlawful per se in Ihemselv-       The previous conventions of thisi ns.
es) whether they are played ln a com- relation were beld in Seattle, IM":
mon gaming house or not. are cock- j I'crilanil,
fighting  and   lotteries and  some  cog- I ���'��� ':
1911;   and   San   Francisco.
aively and lhere was no evidence that
thc chance of all players. Including
the banker, were not equal, unless the
temporary chance of being banker
constituted in Itself an inequality of
chaiici.
If the bank was not held exclusively fer the player or one set of players the game was not per se offensive.
If Ihe bank went by rotation there was
a constant moving of the banker.
new  local concern,  which    will    be nate offences defined by the criminal
known aB the  Kelowna Growers' ex-   code.
change, and  which  was brought  into I    'Tan Tan,' continued his  lordship.
being to provide growers with a bet-   "is  a  game  of  chance or of  chance;
ter medium for marketing their fruit united with skill, the bank .It appears.
and produce, has heen an arduous one. | is not tor one group or players exclu
llut  the   efforts   of   an   Indefatigable
band of workers, which include Mayor
.!.      W.      Jones,      A.      W,      Bower,
J.   K.  Reekie,  llr.  W,   W,  Jones  and
others, headed by Mr. Hobertson. who
played so Importani  a part  in forming the Central Selling agency, have
been crowned  with success.
At a meeting of shareholders held
today, it was stated that sufficient
stock In the new local undertaking
had been sold to warrant the company applying to the provincial government tor the 80 per cent, loan
which they were prepared to grant
provided the nquisite slock had been
subscribed.
The directors or the new local company are Messrs. J. K. l.oekle, G. Allen, A. W, Bowser, J. W. WoolBey, Dr.
W. W. Jones, C. S. Smith and G. K.
Salvage.
Other similar organizations will be
formed at various centn �� uf the Okanagan. Dealing as they will do direel
with the Central Selling Agency it
will place fruit and produce growers
this year In the best possible position for marketing their produce.
CHARGE OE ASSAULT
AGAINST POLICEMEN
Toronto   Hotel   Owner   Knocked   Unconscious for Two Hours���Kicked  and   Beaten  By  Officers
P.  EURNS AND COMPANY
IN
HARD   KNOCKS   FOR   REGINA
CO-OPERATIVE   COMPANIES
Hegina. Snsk., June 15.-Some of
tho co-operative building companies
in thc eity came in for some rather
hard knocks at a meeting of the works
committee here. It was the assertion
of one. alderman that some were taking thousands of dollars out of the
Olty every month for which lhere was
no return.
Aid. Peart rurtlier Insisted that an
officer should be appointed to inspect
all such companies doing business In
the city.
Commissioner Ueid pointed out that
they were under provincial charter
and Aid. Peart then said that it was
up to the city couneil to protect the
eltlr.enfl, the city Bhould petition thc
government to appoint such an officer.
Tho matter was referred to the commissioners for Investigation and report
OVERLAND  AUTOMOBILE
ROAD  TO   DAWSON   CITY
Toronto. June IB,���Sam Tohe, aged
L'5, wiib so brutally treated by pollce-
CALGARY  POLICE  COURT: men at the Belmont hotel, a temper-
  | ance house, Vork street, that he was
Calgary, June 16.���P. Burns & Co. i unconscious for nearly two hours. He
were brought Into court on the sum-! was struck over the right eye, was
mons of a health Inspector on Thurs- ��� strangled and kicked In the pit of the
day on a charge of maintaining a nus- stomach. Several physicians attend-
j lance  by  allowing  about  three  acres ; ed him.
I of ground close to iheir planl In Kast; The policemen nnmed by Solomon
Calgary to be littered with dirt and ; Tube, father of the victim, ns having
I retuse of various kinds. ��� manhandled his foil are plainclothes-
A representative ot the company, |men Dawn and McConnell, Constable
| who gave evidence, claimed that Ihey i Greenlee and*tW0 stool-pigeons em-
wlshed to clear It up, hut that what j ployed by the ntHcers to rind out it
| the health department wanted was Un- Tobe sold tobacco on Sunday,
reasonable and unnecessary. This was j Thc story told by the Tobe family
iu have the ground covered with lime. Ms that two Stool-pldgeonS entered the
������nd they claimed that burning was cafe and asked Sam Tobe tor a pack-
the best way to do the cleaning up. , age of cigarettes. Tohe refused to
I'hief  Smart   gave  evidence  support-i make the sale.
lng this view. "Yen needn't come around here on
The ense was adjourned so that Dr.; Sunday   lor  tobacco,"  said  Tobe.    "1
Me.Hood   might   he  called  to   explain know  who  you are.    You  better  get
wnnt the objection to burning amount- iout."
eii to. According to Solomon Tobq, the fa-
  ther,  'li" pldgeons set upon his son
C, N. R. May Buy Hosnitat land floored him with a smashing blow
Medicine Uet. June 15   -Dr. C, R. over the eye.   In a moment the plain-
Rmythe has resigned as superintend-  ilothesmen, accompanied by Consta-
ent of the general hospital, owinc to Ible CrtvnUc. wen! Into the cafe with
the Increased duties and bis Inability
to carrv them with bis private practice, The lionrd Is eonclderiiiK r-ell-
Inc the present hospital to the C. N. R,
and building nnother one. as over WO
patients a day are being cared tor,
and the present hulldlng is Inadequate.
ALLEGED CHARGES OF
SMUGGLING  AGAINST   DOCTOR
Lethbridge.   June   15.- With   reter-
ence to the allegation against llr, I'at
a vice* to arresting Tohe. chnrged with
assaulting one ot h's would-be CIIP-
tnmors���for not violating the Lord's
Day act.
FOR   BETTER   FARMING.
Trainload    of    Government    Experts
Start Tour on C. N. R. Route.
Winnipeg, June 15.���A "better farm
lug' 'train, similar to that ruu through
the province by the department of ag-
 , ���  .   .rlculture last year, left the union sta
ton, it Is stated In local customs C'r- tlon over the C. N. It. yesterday. In
Dies that seizure of the doctor's stock j a Journey of over two weeks it will
has beeu made by the customs offi- cover practically all of the farming
cials and that he has been given thlr- communities of Manitoba conducting
ty-two i!:-.ys in which to file his de-1 practical demonstrations ot various
tense. farm processes at each.
The authorities at CouttB were not;    The equipment provided by the Ca-
Ottawa. June 15.--Dr. Alfred Thomn
son.  member of the Yukon, has lett
for Dawson after spending the entire j available, and no Coutts citizen could i ii.'ulian Northern consists of a special
session   ot   the   capital.    He   will   be  give any Inrormation. specially fitted for teaching purposes,
home before the end of June. I'rev- Absolutely no charge has been laid The nibjects touched on will include
ious to his departure, tho reprcsenta- ! against the doctor nnd nothing will | dairying, live stock breeding, crop
live of the TartheBt north constituency ; happen for thirty days at leasl
expressed   himself   ua  being   pleased	
with tho arrangement entered inlo
under which, commencing with the
opening or navigation, the Yukon gets
"all tbe mall ull the time."
Another Important ovent or the ses-
rion, Dr. Thompson says, was the putting into  the siipplementarles  ot    a
The Statement that Dr. I'ntton made
nnv confession of guilt Is absolutely
without   foundation.
The offlcinls or "K" division of K.
N'. \V. M. 1'. know nothing whatever
about the nlleged smuggling. All possible effort to get In touch with Dr.
Patton by telephone today was with-
vote for the preliminary work on tho'out success. A messenger wns aent
proposed overland automobile road to I rrom CouttB to Dr. I'ntton's furm and
Dawson City, work on which will be I returned with the statement that he I In Winnipeg on tho evening of June
Cultivation nnd care Of the home, and
each will he dealt with by experts
provided by the provincial department
of agriculture. The deputy minister
of lh!e department will accompany the
train.
Starting on the southern division of
the C. N. R. by way of Emerson, Roland and Swan Lake, the train will
return hy the northern line through
Portage la Prairie.   It will arrive back
commenced soon.
WSS away.
27th.
NEWSPAPERMEN    OFTEN    MAKE
PRETTY  FAIR 3LEUTHC.
Thc Work ol Following Criminal Ntwi
on a Big London Daily Sometime*
Results In Triumphs and Frequently In Disaster���Neither Time,
Energy Nor Money Spared In Ferreting Out Truth About a Story.
Kvery great modern newspaper hu.-
its   own   staff   of   detectives,   wlu.se
business  it  is  to be  ready  at a  mo-
ment's notice to investigate any eriin !!
that   lia.-i   attracted   public    interest I
These  nun   who  are  etigaged  as  re-
porters, nud are known as "crime iii :
vestigators"���have a wider experieoci
than many detectives, ami their enter |
prise iii search for exclusive news u\
uiten responsible lur queer incident*
says a London paper.
One  of  llie  curliest  experiences  ol
the writer taught luui to temper p'-r-;
tinacity witb discretion,    lie had reason  t" suppose that an  old  woman]
wlin live.l in a back street might havu:
s. me valuable Information oencerniu^l
a    ease    lie    was    engaged    on.    He
knocked at the duor--it was late al
night���and the lauy popped a dishevelled  head out ol the window above.!
"1 represent the ," said lie.   "1
The old woman put her hand to hei
cur.
"Kh?" she said. "Speak up. I'm
rattier deal."
Again the journalist, w.th as much
suavity us circumstances would per-1
nnt, stated bis object at the top ol hli
voice, adding that he waa a reporter.
The old iMiiiiun ssld never a word, but
closed the window with a bang. Dog-1
gedly the man below plied the knocker. A moment later a deluge descended on linn, and the woman, a bucket
in lier hand, contemplated his be-
draggled retreat with a smiie of vi-
ciuu.i satisfaction.
Kven tins mishap, unpleasant aa ll
was, paled belore the experience ol
a colleague who, at the tune of tlit
search Ior Dr. Crippen, was detaineii
oiu night, ami left in a police cell foi
several hours, on suspicion oi being
tlie murderer. And, speaking of Dr.
Crippen, it is interesting to recall thai
Scotland Yard tirst had its attention I
directed to the possibility ol poison;
aud its nature by a crime investiga-
tor.
When a crime investigator lias once I
started o:i Ins quest he spares neithei!
effort nor money to beat ins competitors. Recently, during a trial of some]
consequence at a little country town]
boasting one small pO&tofBce, two keen:
rivals on evening newspapers, whom
we wil! call A. and B., were present, j
I Whoever was lirst in despatching
the news would prevent the otber from
sending anything, A. concocted �� lit-
tb plot, and bought a sensational
novel before the case began. He tore
out a doien pages, and pasted them
down on official telegrapn forms.
"Hand that over tne counter, ond
tell 'em there's more to come," bs
said t" his messenger boy.
The solitary clerk began telegraphing the .novel, and A. oontinued tc
send sections interspersed with thi
report of the case, while poor B.'.'
copy was kept aside till Uie first tele
grain had finished. At last the cas-
cann- to an end. A. put the result or
the wires, pasted down another chap
ter of the novel to be sent afterwards,
and bad the satisfaction of learning
later thnt his pa|>cr was on sale with
a tuli report btl-ore tlie rival journal
got anytning.
Hut B. treasured a determination ol
revenge, and his opportunity came tlie
following week, 'lhere was a murder
mystery at a remote village and the
nearest railway station apd telegraph
office were ���seven miles away.
II. alfived a day before the inquest,
and went to the only two motor garages in the town, and chartered lor
the following day all tlie ears they
possessed, When A. arrived, the best
vehicle he could find was a dingy
brougham and a decrepit horse. This
was absolutely useless for conveyance ot messages, and this ti:.ie he
had the chagrin of seeing lus rival
sending ofl his account every ten minutes, while he had to wa.t till the j
whole thing was over.
in crime investigation the case is:
not always to the swift. I was de-
luye.i in, one occasion, and arrived
hn Hour or two alter the majority ol
other newspaper men. Not a vehicle
lu so much as a bicycle, had been
left to get to the village, several miles
distant, where the tragedy occurred.
luen an idea occurred to me. A
brake with the coroner's jury was
about to set oft, under tlie guidance
ol one of the chief police officers concerned. I culled the driver aside, slipped, live dollars in Ins hand, and became a member of the jury lor the
time being.
1 had the satisfaction of seeing my
colleagues being kept outside gates
by uniformed constables, while 1 was
being told every tact about the case
by tne man must qualified to know.
In a little time 1 abandoned the jury,
as 1 was no�� n.side tlle cordon and
witnessed the liudliig of a gold wat.'b
th-t bad been stolen Irom the victims
llut luck had ie.l done with ine yet.
As 1 crossed a held 1 met two women.
one weeping vehemently. I asked her
il tliere was any tiling  1 could do.
"No," said tbe se-cond woman. "She
ii upset. Her two sons have just
been arrested lor murder!"
My paper had a "scoop" on tlie arrest, which had been kept rigorously
secret, the next day.
and of Mr. .1. Beaton, one of the men
wb * formed pan of the settlement i.i
Canada financed by l.ady Cordon
Cathcart. He has returned a comparative rich man to point out to those
who remain In tha Hebrides that they
can wltli profit, follow his example.
'Ihe liebrideans eke out a scanty
living between farming on uhproflt-
aloe ground and fishing. This year the
rolling is a failure, with the result that.
I lier- will be another exodus from the
Islands.
In commenting on emigration, a
Scottish paper makes the remarkable
statement that there is scarcely a
family In Scotland that has not some
direct interest In Canada, because of
the  presence  there  of some  member
or relative.
: s-MtcaaoaMs -riwxr.ziaici'ar.-x.vi*:
I
aving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
Ib meeting with tbe greatest fav ir ��herever laid.
DAMES  AND  DAUGHTERS.
Helen Gould's fortune Is said to et.
reed -$30,0U0.(XW.
Eva ltoseiilmuni. aged fifteen, of Kansas City, fluently speaks itussian, Hebrew, French, Herman and Eugllsh.
Sbe Ib a nlgbt school student.
Mrs. E. O. Reaklrt of SL Louis is
rearing ber son, uow five years old, lu
Ignorance of tbe fact tbat at twenty-
one be Is to Inherit $1,0011,000.
Miss Mary Gray Peck bas given up
ber position on the fsculty of a university to become press chairman ot
tbe Woman Suffrage Btate association
In Ohio.
Miss Use Bulford, dsugbter of the
Jockey, Herr S. Bulford, msde her
appearance ss tbe flrst femsle Jockey
bi Austria-Hungary oo tbe Rakos Pa-
Iota race course, near Budapest, a
short time ngo.
Miss Vera Holme, said to be the only
liveried girl chauffeur In London, bas
driven n car In that city for several
years. She Is able to make all tbe
necessary repairs when a breakdown
occurs, having taken a mechanical
course In a i^>i.rJ'A "rbool prior to eu-
gf.giug In the biisiiiewi.
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the Centre.
Bltulithic is noiseless, non-s ri'i-ry, practically ilustless, easy oa
horses feet, and, above all. particularly durable. Kor these reasons
Bltulithic Is commended highly by owners or automobiles and horse*
householders, ana city officials, it has been adopted by filteen cities
in Canada, and over two hundred in the United Slates.
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Peril* ol Crinoline.
The dangers "( the historic crinoline
are Illustrated by a story told hy Lady
Dorothy Nevill in lier reminiscences.
Going too near the fireplace, her voluminous skirt caught lire, and in an
instant she wss in a blaie. There
were no men present, aud the women
could not help her, because il they
had gone near enough to be ol use
their own skirts would have be>eii ignited. Fortunately l.ady Dorothy had
sullicient presence ol mind to roll herself in the health tun and thus subdue
the flames.
HEGRIDEANS  FOR CANADA.
Successful Settler Is Means of Inducing  400 to  Come  Out.
liondon, June 16.���Some four hundred crofters from the Hebrides are
making ready to go to Canada.
This is a result of a visit to the Ul-
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Everybody reads the classified ad. columns in The
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
MONDAY,  JUNE   16,  1913.
lOCM.MIBS       'itECENT ACADEMICIANS
WIN IROM HOSTS
"���Westminster     Riflemen    Visit    fort
(Aoody and Trim Young City f
Team. $
Cap*.
ONE   NEW   R. C. A.   AND   FIVE   A3-
TOCIATES HAVE BEEN CHCSEN.
Coveted Metnberiliip In the Most Exclusive Art Organization ot Canada
���Has Gons to an Architect, Thres
Artists and Two Sculptors���Henry
Sproatt Becomes a Full Member as
Result   of   His  Achievements.
It is pretty generally understood
that the Royal Canadian Academy is
the most important art organization
in Canada, ai. I that it is modeled
very closely, with modifications to
su.l the conditions of a newer and
larger country, after Its original, the
SS made, hy (Twites. Royal Academy uf Knglan 1, With its
yearly exhibitions in London. the
membership ol the academy, in both
England and Canada, is made up of
painters, sculptors, and architects, all
included   under   the    term   "artists,"
and to be a K.A. (Royal Academician)
in England, or an K.C.A. (Koyal Can*,
dian Academician) in Canada, is a
distinction to be proud ol.
What   may   not  he  quite   ns   well
appreciated ia the title ol A.K.A. (Associated Royal Academician), or trans-
liite.i  into terms nl Canada,  an  A.11.
CA     Tins  is nn honor conferred  hy
the academy as a Brat step towards
becoming  an    academician    in  lull,
since frum the ranks ol the associates
tiie new academicians are chosen.       j
This  is  merely  introductory  to the j
fact  that  at  tlie' lust  annual   meeting
uf the  Koyal  Canadian  Academy  at I
Ottawa,    one   associate,    Mr.    Henry
84; Sproatt.   of   Toronto,   was    made    an |
academician, nnd from  the ranks of j
the artists, five associates were choa-
en.  these  being Mr.   C.   W.  Jeflerys, j
Toronto; Mr. Ernest Fosbery, Ottawa;
M.   Henri   llchcrt.  Montreal;   Mr.   J.
E.   II    Macdonald,  Toronto,  and  M.
Laliberte, Montreal.
The selection of Mr. Henry Sproatt.
B.C.A.,   architect,   to   fill   a vacancy
among the academioiana is a tribute
oi ins fellow academicians to the tine
-- artistic sense shown in the buildings,
44 of whuli he lias been the designer.
Mr.   Sproutt   lias   had   to  do   with
ninny important buildings in Toronto
iand  throughout  Ontario;  among  the
'latest beiiiL'   Burwash  Hull,  the  resi-
Tom Cunningham Make* Record Ljance   Hmi  dining  hall   111   connection
tlie ball being made. Mr. Watt is
making satisfactory progress at the
Royal Columbian hospital, although It
is expeoted that it will be several
weeks before lie can leave that Institution. The case againat Mr. Leaf
will not he beard until Mr. Watt is
able to appear in court.
A seven-man rifle team from New
Westminster defeated a Port Moody
wptctte on Saturday afternoon at l'ort
Moody, the locals getting away with
the big end ot the score by a 74 ptttnt
mari-dn. Sloan made top seoro for
t.estminFtir with 96, the hl-ghe.pt by
��*ort Moody being
The trip was made by auto and, following the match, tho visitors were
entertains! at the strand hotel by the
l'ort Moody clutt the WeBtmlnster
drlegatina epcaking in tho highest]
tennii of the treatment accorded
them. They will try and reciprocate
on Saturday, June 2X. tbe date of the
return  match.
A  drenching   rain  during  the  progress  ot  shooting  on  the  600    yard;
range   kept   down   the   high   -scoring,;
the figures being as follows:
Vev��  Westminster.
200 500 Slltl Til
PicknicKers In Wreck.
St. I.ouis, June 15. ���Fifteen people
were injured and several are reported
dead ln a rear-end street car collision
In St. I.ouis county tonight. The accident happened at the foot of an incline near Oevrland park when the
motorman on an open air excursion
car crowded with plcknlekers lost
control of the brakes and the vchlclo
crashed into tho car ahead.
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AT  THE TARGETS.
with    Vict"
Hart   Hotisi
f core cf 102 at Rifle Range
Under perfect shooting comliliOTis
���on Saturday Capt. Tom Cunniiiglnt:i
made the highest score ever register-
���rd  on   llie  range at  Brownsville
Incidentally,    this   is   the   higTi*es'  __
score ever made by the captain of A 'p,,,,   ���,>t a "born
company. jj his native land
i-i fl.
was
The excellence or the score will hi*   \av
appreciated hy all riflemen and should  j,1]t
act aa a stimulus to   all those
would   reach  the  Al  class    in
shooting.    Detail  of the  score.
follows:
���200    I r, 1    6    5    4    5   4
na    University,   and   also
*, which contains the din-
Y.M.C.A..   and    student
gymnasium ol Toronto University.
Mr. C.  VV. Jeflerys, A.R.C.A., is a
���good Canadian, but he is a "made"
ne, since England
He studied under
G. A. Reid and Mr. C. M. Manly,
considers that his best training
received   ill   journalistic   work.
r,nn
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Soldiers  Improve.
Mark* d Improvement tne ���sn**Wn in
Mr.  Jeflerys is equally well known
aa\*s   painter   and   illustrator,     ln   the
first capacity his pictures are seen hi
every  exhibition.    In them he is the
5  exponent  ol the great plains of  oui
-3'1   Northwest, and of the laborer in Uu
'" open.
10-     Summer nfter summer he has camped on tlie prairies, studied and paint-
i their beauties, giving in his siiihII
the regular weekly shoot of the 104th,  er pictures the beauties of vivid blu>
thp scores  being better than on any  sky
previous occasion
and
Capt. Cunningham .
i.irnt. Groves ......
I Ce.-Corol I'e'Mgrue.
Sergt. Major Phllpot,
���SergC Thomson ....
iSergt.   Mci��s
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(AUS IT NEXT
10 CONFISCATION
��� 'Oontinued from vat** one)
property of Mr. liiwith and it looks tfi
���me thai Mr. Ilooth in entitled to noni'
reduction as regards the bog-gy land
Thai  is merely a suggestion ta the
-icnurl."
Finally il was decided to slims f!he
meat lament to stand and Mr. Booth
.-Bave notloe uf an appeal.
Mr. Brehaut'* Case.
Tne case of Mr. Brehaut wax Then
���considered. He owns 30 acres of
���boggy land ralui d at $350 an ncr-e and
**h:u uaessmi nl was confinuod.
In regard to a subdivision cf 4S
Scree Mr Brehaut explained the sub
division waa in course of cancellation
and ltn re wire mil lots on the inar-
fci-t now. There was no development
t'i jn^tily hlso in keeping il as a sub-
division ami he had not received au
c ffi-r lor tin- lots.
Afier a discussion il was resolved
-to c nv ri Uu* basis of valiition from
Huts i i acn age and adjust the assess
iik-iiI in a ci rroepondlng ratio to brine
��i It infonnity with    tho   assess
nenl on surrounding properties, $11.00
m acre.
.Mr a. ii Taylor, Vancouver, appeared lor the North American l.um-
fcer company In a prim st against an
east ssnienl of $40*1 per acre on 132
.Jure* in Section S, township 40, and
���On 21 acres a: Sly Point, and un the
���property of the A. I.. Jenkins estate;.
Tho assessment was confirmed.
Like ConfiKation.
��� Mr.   A.  K   lllll appealed againBI  an
-i .mi i it   of  $400   per  acre  on   Ills
ifiropcrly lying towards Port Moody.
about one and a half miles from
Westminster Junction , D. 1.. 3S3,
-bice'.:; 7 und K. He considered the
���assessment next door to conflscfllott,
���but no alteration was allowed by the
���c-ourl-
Tho other appellants made no ap
peanutce and iheir assessments wen-
���conftnned.    Tliey were:
J. W. Vaugbuu, Dewdney Trunk
���road, two acres at $500 imt ncn .
W. C. Bond, lots near Junction, in
:$200 per lot
Williams & MurdolT, Austin road a
$200 pi r lot.
W. V. Lindsay, l'ort Moody roud.
840'J per acre.
I.. K. Woulston, lots 6 and 7, near
Junction,  $150  Per lot.
Mrs. S. Hail-aft Blue Mountain and
Lake Como roads, $400 |��ir acre.
I.. K. Marmont, live acres at $351)
jr. r acre.
A S. Waki fluid, 40.10 al $350 per
*.\i re. {
prairie  bloom,  and  in   his
I bigger   ones    interpreting    these   im
ineiise  stretches,   whose    vastneas  is
accentuated by the solitary horseman
or the lonely shack.
'     Ernest    Fosbery,   A.R.C.A..   of    Ottawa,   was   a   student first   under   Mr
Franklin   Brownell   of  Ottawa,   when
he  won   the  Government   medal   lor
painting  (nun   Iiie,  then   I ir  several
years    under    Fernand    Coriiion,    tu
Pari*.    Coming  frnm  abroad,  he set-
tied in Boston, giving his time lo por-
fruit painting   nnd   illustrating,   f"l
lowing   wjiich lie  was  appointed   in-
! t-triu'tnr   in   painting  at   the   Art  Sm
I-dent's  League, and while  tlier"  wen
the Fellowship prize in mull, and the
prize of the Society ol Aiti-t* in I'JIO
j Since   moving  to  Ottawa,   ins  birth-
i place,  a  little over a year ago,  Mr.
Fosbery  has been  a  member ol  the
Union   International   das   Beaux   Arts
ami  des   Beaux   Lett res.    At  present
j his entire tune is given  up to painting portrait.-., many ol the most promt-
. nent  statesmen  having   been  among
his sitters.   A series of portraits ot Ins
little   son,   whom    be    paints   nearly
-every vear, are interesting records of
child life.
Monsieur   Henri   llchcrt,   A.R.C.A.,
of Montreal  is the  veritable "son  ol
his father," M. Philippe Hehert,-the
* fnju"us sculptor,  in  his choice of his
! life  work.    He   probably   cannot   re-
member   the   day   when   he   did   not
i model  in clay,  tir.-t as child's play,
' then more seriously with Ins lather.
Later he studied iii Paris in the Ecole
, des   Arts   D niiiK   and   then   thre.
, yeurs  in   the   Ecolc   des   Beaux   Art-..
: under the direction ol Thomas A. In
i jabert,    Since In- return  ho has cnl
. laboroted with liis lather for the group
'which    surmounts    the    "Ecole   de.
Hastes    Etudes    Commerciales"    in
Montreal,  and  also  in  the group hi
the Ecole Technique of the same eit)
When   Mr.   .1.   Iv   H.   Mai Umald.
1 A.K.C.A., of Toronto, tir>t exhibited
Ins   subjects  were  almost   invariant;
' low-toned effects ol  night, moonlight
I er   snow,   or   twilight,   und   they   ii!
| traded the attention ol knowing one.-
\ by   ih'-ir  discriminating  approciatioi
��� ni tone
Mr.   Macdonald'8   work   under   anv
| teacher id a negligible quantity. Closi
���tudy   of   nature   and  observation,   ol
! the   methods ol others  are  Ins onlj
i school.
Monsieur I.alibcrtc, A.R.C.A., sculp
I tor,    of    Montreal,    is    well    knowi
through    his    portrait    busts,     twi
of  which  were  shown  at  Ottawa  re
j cently.
lust ships.
Bell Which Rings Out Good News ta
Underwriters.
The bell at Lloyd's, which is rung
when a ship 1 ng overdue nnd report-
id lost, unexpectedly reaches port, is
me of the sensation bells of tlie world.
It was only a few days ago that its
clanging announced the safe return ol
the Snowdon Range a 3.000-1 mi steamship, which recently arrived in a battered condition at Queenstown, after
being fifty-two days out. from Phils-
ielphia. and long reported lost, Her
loss would hnve cost Lloyd's something like $600,000, and it is little
wonder, therefore, that the under-
vvriti rs cheered when tliey heard the
belt,
The bell now used at Lloyd's is of
naval origin. It belonged to the Lu-
tine, which was wreck*. 1 near the
Zuyder Zee In October. 1709, while taking specie trom English merchants to
Hamburg,
England being then at war with the
Netherlands, the Dutch Government
claimed the wreck, and $400,000 worth
of the bullion was recovered. It was
not until 1(^57 Unit Lloyd's secured
equal rights in the treasure with a
private impany to which the Dutch
had grunted concessions. In 1858, with
considerable quantities of specie, the
frigate's bell wns recovered. Since
then it has stood in the library at
Lloyd's, together with a chair and
table made from the Lutine's rudder.
There is s room at Lloyd's known
a.s the Chamber ol Horrors, and here
are posted telegrams received reporting casualties. Unimportant accidents
nre not entered in the loss book, but
the most serious are not only entered
there, but are cried aloud by an official who stands in gorgeous uniform
beneath the sounding-board. When,
after a week's disappearance, it is
feared a vessel has gone donn. the
owners make an application to the
committee at Lloyd's to have thc ship
posted. This is done by affixing a
notice in the Chamber ot Horrors,
which says that the authorities would
be glad ol inlorraalion concerning thc
boat.
A week elapses, and then a second
notice is put-up, saying that the boat
has not since been heard of. When
you read that a ship has been "posted" aa missing, you may know this
ship is upon the notice-board, and on
lhat day the insurance money is payable, and all who were upon her are
legally considered dead. '. lien a ship
is posted the old Lutine bell is tolled
'nice, ln the very unusual event ol n
vessel arriving in port after being
posted the bell is struck twice, and
the caller ninkes his announcement
from the rostrum amid a breathless
silence.
In Greater
Westminster
Port Moody.
Rev. Mr. Venablos, Port Moody,
preached hist Thursday In St. James,
church, Vancouver, In connection with
tlie monthly meeting of the Confraternity of tlie Blessed Sacrament and
celebrated Holy Commuqlon next
morning.
Colonel Dnvldson, the municipal engineer, Is continuing IiIb work of
measuring at Noon creek. So far ns
indications go t^ie creek will serve the
purpose of supplying the city with
water admirably.
The water controller at Victoria haB
been asked to reserve all the streams
hei ween tlie Coqultlam river and the
North   arm   for  city   water  purposes.
The road to l'ort Coqultlam is progressing rapidly and when rolled and
oiled will pro'vo a fine thoroughfare.
A young man named Morrison was
acquitted on the charge of smashing
up n Hindu last week.. The Hindu
was bora de combat for eight days hut
Mr. Noble, the police magistrate, held
thai no blame was attached to Morrison.
The Ladles of the Presbyterian
church will hold a strawberry social
on the 2blh on the grounds of Mayor
I'. I). Roe.
Mr. and Mrs. it. Abernethy and
family will leave London, Out., on
the 17th inst. for Port Moody home
and beauty.
Rev, Mr. Mitchell is conducting the
services  In  the  Presbyterian  church
during the absence of Uev. Mr. MeColl and family at the general assembly, Toronto.    Mr   MeColl was for
spverai vears a missionary in South
Africa.
Tiie ladies connected with the local
tennis club gave a successful ball
last week from which they netted S30
towards Improving the new tennis
courts which lie easl or the Thurston-
Pl.ivelle mills. The handsome donation nf $100 from Mayer Roe was also
intimated.
The lumber mills at l'ort Moody are
going Bteadlly along and the 11. c.
Oil refinery is very busy turning out
orders;.
Mrs. Dr. Syintnes returned trom
Vancouvi r hospital With a son und
heir for l'ort Moody's esteemed physician. The doctor declares him, without
prejudice, the finest product in the
province.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Little are also
rejoicing in the birth or a son at their
residence on  Douglas  street.
J. Cole Is building a fine residence
on Oeorge street and C, S. Cole another  ou  Albert  street.
Miss Florence Clarke has gone tr.
Vancouver to keep house for her
brother,  "Tony."
Burqultlam.
The plans and specifications of the
lew Anglican church to I.e built on
Cameron street, about 200 yards ofr
the North road, Biirqultlnm, have been
approved by the blshcp and the
"hurch committee. The land and
grounds have been clelred and the
cnntr-ici for the building will be
settled shortly.
wmsm
EARLY CLOSING
Store closes at 5 p.m. during summer months
1 remendous Price
Reductions on
Women's Suits
This Week
Regular $37.50 to $47.50 Suits
For $23.75
These Suits lire cut in thiB season's latest cut-away styles made from
the beet possible quality English Serges in navy only; strictly man-      '\S775?
tailored  coat;   Ib  lined  with  Skinner's  satin  throughout;   skirt  high \/
waist line; wide seams and trimmed with buttons; a perfect fit guaranteed.    See window      S23.7S
Children's Wash
Coats
Made from the best quality imported Cotton
Repp with Blue Sailor Collars; double breasted; to fit ages 7 to 14 years. Prices according
to size       S4.S0 '��' S6.50
Another range of Cream Repp; double breast
ed;   trimmed   witli   striped   ratine   collar   and
tront;  also buttons ot ratine;  to fit ages 7 to
15 years.    Price S3.50 l" $5.50
Panama Coats for the
Wicked ard Cruel Trade.
Lord Curzon, speaking recently in
London, ��t a meeting ol the Royal
.- iciety for iii" Protection "I Birds, j
vigorously condemned the practice of j
u.-.ii-.' birds' plumage in millinery.
Vltet saying that he was not sure whether the modern world wa.- far removed from barbarian age, he continued.
"Women wear and are encouraged,
or, at any rate, allowed to decorate
iluir heads with plumage ol the most
beautitul and innocent things in creation The whole world has to be run-
sacked and ravaged to supply this nefarious traffic. Suffering is caused to
iin* wretched victim-, lor. by deplor ���
able irony, the plumage most in re-
quest is tbat which can be procured
only at the period ol nesting So they
lirst proceed with the Blaughl r ol the
parents, and ims is followed by the
starvation of the youpg.
"The trade l- also a wanton nnd
wicked one, because sotne ol the most
beautiful specimens of bird life nre i
gradually being exterminated. The
.New Lumen \\ rnte Egret is extinct in
China, while in Venesuels one "I its
haunts is bring destroyed.
"These leathers und skins are sim
ply required to | ander to the vanitj
"I women and Ui" idiocy "f men."
Lord Curzon suggested legislation la
I revi nl tie* importation nl plumage
into England, nnd also urged that the
big lai ued proprietors b t up i'ird
sanctuaries nl lie-;r own Instead ol filling the '������ ������> '���!*'- �� itb '.--iii' lied pheasants to b di vi n to guns once or
twice :i i��� ai
Coquitlam.
lam have expressed themselves to Ihe
effect thai tb" fito of the municipal
hall should nct be referred to the voters at the present juncture, but should
be delayed and made an Issue at the
neyt municipal election in January.
1014. This view will lie expressed
by a deputation to tlio council at the
regular inciting on Wednesday evening if not actually embodied in a petition,
At th" Coquitlam assessment court
of revision Mrs. J. Cole made a vigorous complaint, that she had not received her assessment notice. The
clerk explained that be had twice
poster] Ui" notice, once In the regular
course ot Issue and subsequently on
a complaint or its not being received.
Mission.
The Kootenay Jam and Chocolate
company, Mission City, bave secured
the contract to supplv the Stefansson
Arctic expedition with cocoa and
chocolate.
Mission board ot trade has resolved
"i nurchase a chemical fire engine at
5400 and a committee of six were appointed to make the purchase and to
take other steps to adequately pro-
tut the community from fire.
5-u'h Westminster.
J, 1*  I-. <: inp 11 '*:��� awardpd the con
trad for c'c-rlng and i'ou?h grading
'��� inm ��� tlw   road  between   HJ'orth
* '  *'*    Blggar property, South
Westminster.
io. Bngoti hn- secured the contract
for rrgratllng the portion of Scotl
road  Bouth  of  Ki n u dy.
Children
Made of an excellent quality tan Panama cloth
being trimmed With fancy silks and buttons;
to fit ages 7 to 14 years.    Price  55.00
i�� $7.50
Linen  Crash  Wash
Skirts
Just arrived, a shipment of Linen Crash Wash
skirts of excellent quality; made to open all
the way down the front; detachable buttons,
making Uie skirt easier for washing and ironing.    Price    S3.00
Royal Worcester Corsets, Per Pair, $1.73
The low price oil these splendid quality Cor-
ects Is for today's selling only. They are made
from strong, white Coutille; double stays
throughout; six hose sutporters; low bust and
long skirt; trimmed at the top with a wide
lace;   all  sizes.    Secure a pair of these Royal
Worcester Corsets at. ibis extraordinary low
price.     Per   Pair       $1.73
At the Theatres:    RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
FRANCES STARR
Another  high  class   play     will    be ! _   . '    _
staged at the opera bouse on Tuesday ; l\)u -LOIllinDia St
i veiling, vvhen Frances Slarr :akes;
the leading role In the well known
drama, "The Case of Becky." This
is one or the Belasco productions, a
fact which In Itself is sufficient to
guarantee theaticgoers a high class
performance.
With fracas Starr are such well
known actors as Charles Dalton. Al
bert Bruning. Harry Browne. Mable
Norton, Eugene O'Brien and John P.
Brawn.
There has born a, good advance
sale and a capacity bouse Is anticipated.
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
Westminster Trust Bldg.
Apple   Peelings   Exported.
A Kincardine apple mnn has shippea
19,085 pounds of dried apple peeling-
nnd other refuse for Rotterdam, Hoi
land.
The preparation from this dried re
lu��e may come back here as flavoring
extracts or fancy jellies, but it Is commonly used for the higher class ol
wines and liquors.
Rnn   Out   ol   Names.
Tl Id woman, who lived in a shoj
and ba I so mai > i liildren Unit she
didn't know what t" do, finds a counterpart in Thomas A. Stack, an English hotel mun, ol whom it it suid he
has bo many children he cannot Hnd
names lor tnem all, He has ju.-t become the father ol his 20th child, nl
whom 2.1 nre living. Mr. Stack is *">4
years old and wed Ills lirst wife when
he was 21, She bore nine children.
The second wile was wed something
more Uian 20 years ago, and lias just
presented her spouse with the twentieth child.
Mr. Stack bus come to the end ol
his resources as to names. Hc lias
used up all the names he is familiar
witli and is hunting for one more.
He owns the largest perambulator in
town, capable of accommodating thres
babies nt once, and it has often been
tilled to capacity.
Australia's   Fruit.
Within the boundaries ol the com
mnnwealth ol Australia almost ever;
known  fruit can  be cultivated.
	
Adjourned Again.
Oeorge Leaf, of Easl Burnaby, who
Is charged with reckless driving ol
in nuto Which seriously Injured James
Watt, of East Burnaby, Beveral weeks
igo, wus again remanded iu Burnaby
���iidice court on Saturday morning
in til Saturday, June 21, no change lu ,
Plants   Like   Stones.
.   In   South   Africa  tliere   is   found   n
plant growing on stony ground whieh
so closely resembles a pebble that it
is invariably tuken by the stranger
to lie a stone. Another species ol the
same plant growing on the hills round
the Karon produces two leaves nbout
as large as ducks' eggs, having a surface  resembling   weathered   st i
brownish    gray    color    tinged    with
reen.   These  plants look  like stones.
but Ioi a short time they put forth
i right yellow flowers.
Lillooet.
No   1   dyklne   tract  on  the  Lillooet
��� ��� Ing pm :pi ii oul after being
' iter f. r  i couple ui weeks. A
new        and   transformer have
been installed
Antics ot * Comedian.
In "The Aiiioliiograpny or Mme. .In-
ilth" the author, it famous Ereneh actress, lells Ilils slory of BuUtTe, the co
median, who. It np|iears��� was fond of
displaying nis eermttilltj In tbe sii-eet
On one occasion iie snld. "You Just
wait a unuiiie, Judith, uud I'll muke
you laugh."
Ile went to tbe edge of tho pnvi��-
ment. nnd, with head bent buck, hunched up shoulders, pinched features, bead
slinking plteoiisly nnd tottering unit, lie
bad suddenly become an old man ��� * *
Thus metamorphosed, he tapped on the
pavement with bis stick, tottered fo me
edge uf tlie road, made a few trembling
steps to cross It nnd then, seeing u cnrrliige coining, sinned hack mid feebly
endeavored to step up on the curbstone
again.
Finally when n little work girl com-
passionately helped hlm, remarking.
"Poor olil fellow, your dancing days
are n long wuy off," Uouffu of �� sudden
turned bend over heels, nfter wblcb
be pirouetted several times, made lhe
girl a low bow and left ber simply pet-
j riiied wltb astonishment
Stock   Company   at   Royal.
One     of     David   Belasco's   greatest
plays will be Ibe offering of the Chas.'
E.   Royal  sioek  company,  who  open
j tor u summer engagemi nl at the itoyal
thi nre today. "The Girl of the Qolden i
West," is the cne thai Mr. Royal has'
i���!:* Ben tor the first two days of his
engagement.   Tins play gives the dlf
fi rent   mi mbere  of  his  companv   a
good chance to Bhow   whal  they can
in    The matinees will be continuous '���
from 2 to -I*.'!!! each day, there being
i moving pictures before and after tin-
regular performance, This company
consists of 14 people and the admission prices will be lb and lit! cents at
ill performances. The first performance at night will start at 7:1*10 and
the second at (i:iii. Changes of program Will take place Ihrice weekly,
ui Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
$250 Reward
A reward of $250 will bc
Diiid lo the person or persons
furnishing information lead-
iitK to the arrest and conviction of the parties who "held
up" the passengers on an interurban ear of the Luiu Island line near McCrae station on thc night of June 11,
1913.
British   Columbia   Electric
Ry. Co., Ltd.
, R. H. Sperling, (Jen. Mgr.
fWJHK
Low Kale Excursion Tickets Now
on Sale to the East and to Europe
S.S. "Prince  Rupert."       S.S. "Prince Oeorge."
(Leave Vancouver at 12 midnight.)
Mondays  for Prince Ilupert,  Stewart, Masaett.
Tuesdays   for  Victoria,   Seattle.
Thursdays for Prince  Rupert, Qranby Hay,    Skldegate,    Lookeporti
Jedway, Ikeaa, etc.
Satursdaya for Victoria. Seattle.
Close  connections at  1'rince  ilupert with flrand Trunk I'acific 'ruins
for Tyee, Terrace, Hazelton.
II   C, SMITH, c. p. k t. A W,  I-:.  DUPBROW, 0,  A   I'   li.
ri'.'7 Gran villa Street, Vancouver. i hone Private Exchange M;l4
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
 BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN  IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.   O.   BOX  442
TELEPHONE   324
C. N. Edmondson & Co.
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Are shiwing some very pretty designs in Ilrasa Bods, 4 ft and 4 ft. 6 In.
Exceptional bargains at from   $29.50 to $53.75
White Enamel Iron HciIh from   $3.95 to $18.50
Genuine <>uk Dresser ��� ��� $18.25 to $27.50
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   >:   CRICKET   -.-.   BASEBALL   ;-:   BOXING
DRIVE ANOTHER SPIKE
INTO THE MINTO CUP
Overcoming a three goal lead which
Vancouver obtained lu the first quarter, the Hal mon Bellies pulled off a
brilliant victory on tbo Hastings l'ark
oval Saturday afternoon, the final
Bcore being 11-4.
The game was Ihe best one Blaged
Hi ni    season,    although    the    Royals
played   ragged   lacrosne   In   the   first
quarter and everyone of the Salmon
llelly  supporters  saw   visions  of  the
series being lied up once more.    After
the flrM  Ktnlizu,  however,  there  was |
nothing   to   It   but   Westminster   and,
the Vancouver crowd ot hIx thousand
fans were Jusl  -shown how the Minto'
trophy   waa   brought   tu  and   held   in
lhe Royal City for so long.    The de-1
fence had one had Inning, but, begin-1
ning  in  the Becond  quarter,  they  all
sent off  for cracking Griffiths over J*
tho shins. Jj
Hilly West was on the bench when JJ
play was resumed, but took hiB posl- ';;
tlon   again   Just    aB     Bill     Turnbull JJ
Bcooped  a  low  underhand  shot.  paBt ���
HeSB  for  the   firBt  Koyal   City   goal. '"������
End   to   end   play  continued,   Johnny ���
Howard being Bent off for ten mln- '���;���'
utes    for    croBB-chccklng    l.aloude. ,'������'-���
With  one  man  shy,  the  Royals  se- *
cured their Becond goal from the Btlck ���'���'
ot    Len    Turnbull, who dallied long 0
enough to draw out the defence. Score tt
2-'i In  favor of Vancouver. #
Royals  Force   Play. 0
I'lnylng  better combination,  West- ft
mliiBter   were   forcing   the   play   and ���'���':���
Pat Keeney equalized on a quick re- ���>.'���
turn from Clirr Spring.    Lester I'at- *���::������
rick, one ot the orricialB, was laid out ft
seemed   to  pull   together,  every   man j by being  struck  on  thc  head  by  the
watched Ills opponent, while'time and [ball thrown by i'rlngle.
again the odd man stunt, a favorite ot      Another  brilliant   erfort   wiib  made
ihe Westminsters, waa pulled ofr with with success   by   Punic vVlhtemute,
success. It would be a hard matter who, racing in trom centre field, beat
to single out any Individual player!out I'rlngle and whipped In a pass
mi the Koyal line-up who Outshone Ills! from Cltfr Spring, giving HesB abso-
leiun-mates. The Springs were there lately no chance to save. Grumpy
mi Hie scoring hue, I'at Feeney pull- Spring added to the riot two minutes
ed off a wonderful goal, the Turnbulls; later, the Royals running away with
each grabbed a goal and did fine jthe play,
work around the home, while the tally i     A   delay   ot   several    minutes   took
obtained by Punk Witnemnte was one place when  the different  managers,
of the most brilliant of the afternoon., captains and officials argued at the
Back of tbe centre line was Tom Ken- i club liouse over a disputed goal work-
nie  holding   Nick   Carter  from   scor-jed    by     Lalonde.    final   empire  Jim
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THIS WEEK'S 8PORT CARD.
Monday.
Baseball--MooBe  vs.   Columbian    college,    Queens    park,
6:45 p.m.
Lacrosse���Professionals  and
senior   amateurs   practice   at
Queens park, 5 o'clock.
Tuesday.
Baseball���Moose vb. B. C. E.
It.. Queens park, 6:45 p.m.
Wednesday.
P.asebull���CtiBtoms    vs.   Bartenders, Moody square, 6 p.m.
Thursday.
Lacrosse    (Intermediate) ���
West Knds   vb.    Sapperton at
Queens park. 6:30 p.m.
Friday.
Baseball ���  BulinoralB     vs.
Moose, Queens park, 6:45 p.m.
Saturday.
Lacrosse���Vancouver at New
Westminster, Queens   park,   .1
p.m.
Cricket   ���   WeBtmlnster    at
Vancouver.
ft   ft   ft   ft   ft   ft   ft:   ft  ft   ft  ft   ft   ft   ft
YOUNG ROYALS
WIPE THE FIELD
Senior Amateurs Clear up Fast Victoria  Lacrosse Team by  Score
of 9 Goals to 1.
Baseball Results.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
W.    L.
Seattle    38
Vancouver    36
I'rice Claimed the ball did not go In
Lester Patrick did not Bee the play,
hut Judge of Play Sweeney said
otherwise, althougb It took him over
��� \ minute to decide. The goal finally
while the only  real  goal  tender  Counted, leaving the score 5-4 at the
nu:. Ilughle (ilfrord picking tbem on;
I itt, r than ever, fleorge Kennlc beat-
mu his man down lhe field when ne
cessary, Johnny Howard and Bui k
Marshall holding Lalonde and Adamson. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
la tli" game, Bun Clark, was as brll-
il : as ever. Vis sir. II was a bril-
di ��� ul organization that displayed its
prowess   before   the   Vancouver   pub
���ad of the third quarter. Sweeney
railed the Ire of the crowd when he
sent Hill Turnbull ofr ror an offence
committed by Tom Hi mile. Naturally
ile Saturday and whether Mister Con  Tom did  not Indicate anything about
Portland
Victoria
Tacoma
Spokane
21
���It
29
33
34
39
1'ct
.644
.600
.491
.4511
.452
.301
lii lng the guilty party ^^^^^^^^^^
Some More of It.
WeBtmlnster still retained their attack on the green shirt goal mouth
and Ilughie (ilfrord crept forward unnoticed In time to take a high pass
from feeney and scored the sixth.
Again the odd man Btunt was pulled
off when Oeorge Rennle raced up the
field, pnssing to G. Spring, who beat
Hess Big Griffith whacked Grumpy
Spring over the back after the little
home  player had  nibbed  hlm  of  the
 ^^^^    ball.    Griff got ten minutes but  Pat-
tiie slick of Lalonde. Twenty-six sec- rick decided Grumpy was also fit for
onds more nf play and Lalonde again a ten minute reel for taking a swing
came through wiih the third goal, back at the Vancouver captain.
Thai .ml"! 'lie scoring and by the Cliff Spring, who heretofore had
: !,��� '!������ whl tie sounded the Royals been playing In the field, came neross
wire picking tlnnr bearings. Grumpy with two long shots which beat Hess,
Spring, Jusl to furnish a surprise, was  leaving the score 9-4.
Jones   Imports     Billy     Kltzgerald,  or,
���vie tin.-   he   secures   the   release   of |
Bave Gibbons from Toronto, the Minto
cup  series  with   an  eastern  team  In
the  fall  is  practically  a  sure  thing.
, The Game Begins.
Thn i goAla iii leas than rive minutes oi play created consternation
among the Westminster contingent
The first was obtained by Carter lak-
Ing the pass from Adamson. After a
.-hurt Westminster run, which availed nothing, the green shirts notched
tin ir Becond   '*.".il  In 44  seconds from
Yesterday's GameB.
At Seattle: K.    II.
Seattle   7    16
Victoria    6     8
Hatteries.   Fullerton,    Mclvor
Cadman;  Smith and Shea.
At Tacoma:
Vancouver   	
I'ortland   	
Batteries:     Clarke
Mays and Murray.
and
R.   H.    E.
.471
.18      1
Konnick;
i-:
At   Spokane: R.    H.
Tacoma      5     9     6
Spokane       4    10      3
Batteries) Kaufmann, McGinnity
and W. HarriB; Toner, Kraft and
Hannah,
Second game; R.    H.    E.
Tacoma    7    10     2
Spokane      2     9      4
Batteries: Bedford and Harris; Co-
velaakie and  Hannah.
$ ! At the 1913 opening of the amateur
;;��� lacrosse season It was prophesied by
t*\ those who watched the senior ama-
*, ' teurs work out that the bunch of
;���/; youngsters picked by the veteran
j.f I Alex. Turnbull would be u fast outfit
Jj land hnrd to beat after they had play-
.... led about two or three games together.
'f\ ' Sure enough, this proved to be lhe
.��. I case, for on Saturday at Queen's
.", I l'ark the Hoyal City youths broke invito the win column and literally wiped
.... jthe field with Victoria, defeating Ihem
by nine goals to one and retrieving
the honors lost, when they allowed
the Capital City to score 15 goals in
the opening engagement.
Never for one moment was the result  In  doubt,  although  the  score  at
I the end of the first quarter was but
! two to one In favor Of the red shirts.
i At the end or the second quarter, however, It had mounted to tlve goals to
one, at the end of the third  six and
during   the   final   spasm   three   more
were added.
Fast Game.
The game was fast throughout, although the third quarter was a little
slow at times.
The Westminster home was running almost perfectly and the way
Ihey look the hall down the field and
worked the combination successfully
and with unceasing regularity was
good to watch, that Is ror the Westminster BpeetatorB, who, it might be
mentioned, were mostly conspicuous
by tin Ir absence. The game waB deserving of much better support.
The Players.
Every man on the learn did his
share, although special mention
should be made of Stoddard in goal
who was called on frequently to save
what looked like sure tallies. He was
there with the goods, however, the
one that got past him being well-
earned. Bert Johnson and Feeney
| showed up well, as did Patched, who
had  Brynjolfsen  well  in  hand.
E
-1
0
and
wus probably tbo mosl spectacular of
tlle century, the participants Including
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert,
Czar Nicholas I of Hussia, and Ihe
King of Saxony. The czar presented
a trophy to be raced for, and for a
decade or bo the emperor's plate took I
the  place of the  I mm  Ascot  gold
cup. The latter was restored and Is
now, as In the past, the big event of
the Ascot week program. This year's
entry list Ib unusually good, and lt
Is to be anticipated that one of the
best fields In history will Btart In the
classic on Thursday.
PUGILISTIC ANNALS.
1858���Charles Lynch, American
featherweight, defeated Dan
Harrington, English, In 58
roundB at Shellhuven, England.
Lynch had previously met Sum
Finlghty ln England for the
world'B featherweight title, but
lost on a foul In the 59th round
After hl�� victory over Harrington, Lynch was again matched
with Finlghty, and defeated him
in 43 rounds, thus becoming the
first recognized featherweight
champion of the world. A re*
years later he lost the title lo
fleorge Holden, an Englishman.
Sam Langford and Tony C'aponi
fought 10 round draw at Winnipeg.
1911-
1869
1911
1912
Yesterday's Anniversaries.
-Mike McCoole defeated Tom
Allen, winning on a foul after
nine fierce rounds, near St.
Louis. This bout was declared
to be for the world's championship, although neither man had
a clear title to leadership in
the heavyweight ranks. The
belt was then claimed by Jem
Mace, Joe Wormald and E.
Baldwin, as well as by McCoole
and Allen. In 1870 Allen waB
selected as the American champion, and was defeated by Jem
Mace.
-Frank Klaus defeated Montana
Dan Sullivan In three rounds al
San Francisco.
���Joe Jeanette stopped Black Bill
in six rounds at New York.
BOWLERS   SHINE.
How the Deeds Were Done
Following are the particulars of
Saturday's pair of lacrosse wins for
New Westminster
Amateurs.
Flrsl Quarter
1    J. Clifford,  Wl stminster   6 00
2- McGregor,  Victoria   1:30
3   Olfford, Westminster  6:30
Second Quarter
���I    Feeney,  WeBtmlnster   14:00
6 Johnston,   Westminster   ....  3:00
ti   Johnston,  Westminster  .... 1:80
Third Quarter
7 Niis'ii.  Westminster   14:00
Fourth Quarter
8 Kelson,   Westminster    10:ol
'.i   Storme, Westminster   14:30
10   Feeney, Westminster    3:00
Penalties.
Second Quarter���Dakers, Victoria, 5
mlnutea
Third Quarter���Storme, Westmin-
sn * 5 minutes; Sweeney, Victoria, 5
minutes; Gifford. Westminster, 5
mlnuteB;   Dakers, Victoria. 5 minutes.
Fourth QuartLr��� Battson, Westmin-
5 minutes; McCarter, Victoria, 5
minutes; I'ettlgrew, Victoria, 1 minutes;   Aikinisnn. Wesiminster.  5 mln-
Sscond Quarter���Howard. Westminster, 10 minutes; Carter, Vancouver,
6 minutes.
Third Quarter���W. Turnbull. West
minster, 5 minutes; West. Pringle and
lon, Vancouver, 5 minutes.
Fourth Quarter- Q. Spring. Westminster; Griffith, Vancouver. 10 minutes.
The Teams.
Vancouver Westminster
Goal
lb ss    Clarke
Point
Griffith       Howard
Cover
West       Marshall
First Defence
Pickering     G. Rennle
Second Defence
I'rlngle     T.
Third Defence
Ion    It.
Centre
Matheson   	
Third Home
Gorman    W.  Turnbull
Second Home
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing ol tne Clubs.
W.    L.
Philadelphia 31   14
New  Vork    28 19
Chicago   28 25
Brooklyn   24 23
Pittsburg   24 27
Boston      21    26
St.   I.ouis    22    30
Cincinnati  19   34
Pet
.699
.596
.528
.510
.470
.447
.423
.358
Yesterday's Games.
At Cincinnati: K.    H.
Boston     1     S
Cincinnati      4      6
Batterli SI Hess and Whaling.
Drown;  Benton and Clark.
At  St.  Louis:       M^^^
st   Li uis  	
Pblladi Iphla 	
Batteries: Griner and
Mayer, Brennan and Dooln.
R.    II.
4      6
3      5
(1
and
Wingo;
Itennlo
Girrord
Feeney
At Chicago: K.    H.    E
Brooklyn     9   13     0
Chicago       2      S      4
llatteries: Allen. Wagner and
FIseheriToney, Leirield, Richie and
Bresnahan.
Allen
First Home
Wintemute
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
Standing  of  the  Clubs.
W.    L.
Philadelphia  39
I Cleveland    36
i.n .
Brynjnlfson,   Victoria,
min- Carter       C.  Spring
.   McGregor, Victoria,
The Teams,
es niins'i r.        Goal.
ilil.irt
I'.u.In 11
minutes.
Victoria.
.  Johnson
Point.
Cover
\l Unison
1 attson
Flrsl Defence
Second Defence
Third Defence
... Clegg
. Dakers
Sweeney
... Okcll
.. Taylor
Outside
Lalonde      L. Turnbull
Inside
Adamson   * G. Spring
Officials.
Referee���Lester  Patrick.
Judge or Play���Leo Sweeney.
Timekeepers���Lionel     Yorke    nnd
Qowan Macgowan.
Penalty       Timekeepers ��� Charles
Young and B. Robb.
Goal  Umpires���F. Patrick and    Jim
Price.
Centre
- uigstor
.,J. Johnson
Third Home
Second Home
First Home
outside Home
McGregor
Individual  Scoring.
Following are the  Individual show
lugs o
L. A.:
the goal getters In the B. C.
Washington   29
Chicago  29
Boston    25
Detroit    22
St. Louis   21
New  York    13
Pet
.764
,868
.547
.527
.500
.393
.356
.260
Yesterday's  Games.
At  Washington:                R. H.    E
Washington    10 13     1
Cleveland      5 10      .3
Batteries:   Boehling,    Hughes    and
Henry; Kahler, Cullop, D, Gregg,
llbindlng and  Land, Carlsch.
JUST   LACROSSE.
Two victories, both by heavy scores
Is going some for the western lacrosse
nursery.
lt tickled tlie old veterans when the
scores of both the professionals and
the amateurs were registered.
Guess the biggest surprised person
on Saturday was Sam Lorlmer who
hangs out in Victoria. Sam gasped
for breath when the youngsters ot this
city yere playing rings around his
veterans.
And don't for a minute bet nil your
money on the V. A. C. next time they
clash   with   Westminster.
The News came through with the
right dope on  Saturday's games.
Saturday's game in Vancouver was
the flrsl in two seasons where a rain
storm has Interfered with a B.C.L.A,
contest.
Some fan comes through with a remark that Tommy Gifford is worse
than any Victoria hockey crowd. Willi
a four goal lead lie hollers his head
off when Vancouver shows any signs
of tu ing dangerous.
Pretty soon we shall be having
Capt. Tom Cunningham a member of
the Canadian Ilisley team: 102 out of
a possible 105 is going pretty strong.
Nick Carter played the best game
for  Vancouver on  Saturday.
A game is won on the field, not en
the penalty bench. Mickey Ion warms
the bench more than any other player
In the game.
Three Westminster enthusiasts registered at a prominent Vancouver
club on Baturday evening "So aud so,
Royal City. 9 to 6,"
Judge of Play Jack Cambridge drew
an imaginary line 20 yards on either
Bide of centre at the amateur game
That waB Just as far as he would run.
The cricket eleven helped along
things by defeating Port Coqultlam,
Royals and  Coquitlam  Batters  Prove
Easy   Marks.
On a bowlers' pitch New Westminster and Port Coquitlam made poor
scores on the asylum grounds Saturday afternoon, the former being all
out for 57, while the port city aggregation eould only muster 37.
Rice of the Colony Farm, aud Leigh
performed creditably ror Coquitlam,
in the bowling, the former being
especially deadly and dismissing six
batsmen for a small total ot runs. F.
C. B. Cave in his first appearance in
Coast cricket, made top Bcore with 13,
followed by a dozen by L.  H.  Miller.
The batting of the visitors waB
even worse than Westminster for
Thorn and Hebron bowling unchanged
soon dismissed the side for a total
of 37. Thorn took seven wickets for
13 runs, one of the best showings
made in coast cricket this season
Not a single batsman of the visitors
made  double figures,
I       uh
I  NEV
SPORTOGRAPHY.
(By "Gravy."
)
BASEBALL FANATICS
Toronto   Mail   and   Empire   Has
Shot for  Irresponsibles
A   crowd   of   "fans"   rushed   on
Hot
the
and   in
McCarter
Peltlgrew
McDonald
ilford   	
Inside Home
eenoy  	
Officials.
Rl force���W. Gifford.
Judge of Play���J. 3. Cambridge.
Timekeepers���W. Warwick and
ergUBon,
Penalty   Timekeepers���A
nd J, B. Gray.
Q, Spring I N.W.)   ...
Lalonde 1 Van.l   	
C. Spring (N.W.)   ...
W. Turnbull  I N.W.)
Wintemute   (N.W.)   .
Brynjolfson ?e���p? ,("j-W.,)  4
L. Turnbull (N.W.)    4
Allen   (Van.)      4
Adamson (Van.)    4
Matheson   (Van.)     4
H. Gilford  (N.W.)      4
Gorman  (Van.)      3
Meuiles phelan   (Van.)      1
Carter  (Van.)     2
This Week's Races at Ascot At'ract
World's Fashionables.
"Royal A.ieot," as the English call
the famous .ace course, will be llle
sc ne this week of a great racing
meet that will attract the world's
fashionables. This year the Ascol
classics Immediately precede thi
opening of the International horsi
show at the Olympla in London, and
there will be no clash of dates, as In
  tlle   paBt.     Thu  Coventry   stakes   foi
sport "told the!two year olds will be decided tomor
row, followed by lhe famous Ascot
Gold cup on Thursday and the Alexun
dra plate on Friday. On Friday even
ing the crowds will flock back to
Loudon town for the Inaugural of the
world's  greatest  horse  exhibition.
Tbe first race meet at Ascot was
held lu 1711, under the patronage of
Queen Anne, who presented a plate to
be raced for. A few yeara later a
permanent course was established on
I Ascot Heath by the Duke of Cumber
Minto Cuppers.
first Quurlcr���
i  -Carter, Vancouver 	
'���    l.aloude, Vancouver 	
Lalonde, Vancouver	
Second Quarter ���
I VV   Turnbull,  Westminster.
..   l. Turnbull, Westminster -
Third Quarter-
i.   Fei ney, Westminster 	
7    Wintemute, Westminster . ���
k   (I. Spring, Westminster ...
II Lalonde, Vancouver	
Fourth Quarter-
10    II
B. C.  L. A.
Goals
4:34 w- L-
:44  Westminster 3 1
:26 Vancouver   1 s
| W. L.
11:40* 	
7:00'
P. C.  L. A.
3:33
:20
2:00
1:24
V. A. C. ...
Westminster
Victoria   	
Clifford, Westminster
Spring, West minster
Spring, Westminster
Spring, Westminster
Penalties.   ^^^^^^^
First Q���arter-G. Spring. Westmin. Tecumsehs
r;  Wesi, Vancouver, 5 minutes.       Nationals .
11 G
12 C
13 C
7:15
1:54
6: Ol!
1:24
Big  Four.
Irish  Canadians
Torontos
baseball  field  the other day
Games. Goals. I the  language  of  the
? ; umpire  where  he  got  off at."    They
g I pelted him  with more or leas hann-
5 ! less missies,  and  ll   was  feared  that
5 j but   for  the   presence   of   the   police
they mlghl have handled hlm roughly
The  militant  suffragette ls  not   a
person  of  more   unbalanced   mentality  than  the baseball "fan" who becomes so deeply agitated over the re-
suit of a game that he Is willing to '^ft^^VaeOwffi.
vent his rage on the officials and to | QQeen Anne was present at lhe first
run the risk of nppearlng in tho poi- race on the heath, and ever since
ice court. i English  royalty has    been    identified
It haB been said that every man, with the course. In consequence
should have a hobby, and an Interest Ascot Is the most fashionable of Eng
In sport is In itself as satisfactory lish tracks, and the only one where it
bb most hobbies. The baseball fan, I Is necessary for a niiin who wishes to
however, does not make a hobby of bc considered anybody in particular
baseball. He has one IntenBe and to wear a silk bin and morning coat,
burning desire, and that Is for the The late King Edward set an example
local team to win every game, and by wearing Informal dress ut other
tor the opposing team to make noth-| courses, but nt Ascot It Is -atill "the
Ing but errors. | thing" lo appear in the most formal
H the contest were an International   of day-time attire.
one it would be more easy to under-1    The "royal progress," long a feature
stand the gratification of a Canadian lot the  Ascot  meet,  was Inaugurated
"fan" at the defeat of an American I nearly a Century ago,   in    1814.   the
team. monarch  riding  to  the  course   In    a
GoalB. |    But when practically all the players  coach  and  four,  with  a splendid  rn-
F.     A.   are   American-:,   and   when   the   man   tlnue. Queen Victoria took part in the
14 who is playing for the local team to-  royal   procession   in   1S34.   lhis  being
26  day  may   be  playing  for  the  opposl-  her first visit to a race course.    Four
15 tlon tomorrow, the frenzy of the fans  years later she appeared ut  Ascot as
19   is hard lo explain. queen.    The royal pruciS3!oii of 1844
F.
32
17
F.
W.
. 3
. 1
.  1
Goals
F.    A
27
19
23
W.
.  3
L.
o
2
2
3
23
21
15
15
NTIL   SEPTEMBER   30.
From
NEW WESTMINSTER
And all  points  In the Pacific
Northwest.
To Round Trip
Chicago       $ 72.50
Duluth        60.00
Minneapolis     *������    60.00
Montreal       105.00
New York  ...       1��8.50
Philadelphia     108.50
Pittsburg      91.50
St. Paul, Minn     60.00
Sioux   City,   la.   ,     60.00
Toronto,   Ont      92.00
Washington       107.50
Winnipeg      60.00
Omaha,     Council     Bluffs
Kansas City, St. Joseph    60.00
Proportionately reduced fares
to Many Other Points in the
East. Return mav be made
through California at slightly
higher rates.
Going Limit 15 Days.
Final Return Limit, Oct. 31, 1913
Liberal stopover privileges
and Choice or diverse routes offered.
Two All-Steel Trains
To the  East Daily
"The Olympian"
THE  FINEST TRAIN   ACROSS
THE  CONTINENT
and
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All the Way Across the
Continent.
For additional information regarding   fares,   routes,   sleeping
car reservations, etc., call on or
address
H.   H.  STEVENSON,
City Passenger and Freight
Agent.
CHICAGO
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
PA�� PTVI
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Agents for the Sale of Real Estate.
Trustee for Investments of Funds.
Buys Agreements of Sale.
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Loans and Mortgages.
Insurance in all its branches.
Pays 4 per cent daily balances.
For further particulars apply
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Head Office: Columbia and Bet ble Streets, New Westminster.
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HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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upwards received and interest at the highest current rate paid or
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world.
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MONDAY,  JUNE   16,  1913.
Classified Advertising LSUMMERJABRICS.
AGENCIEG.
t LASSIFIBSD    -M'-t    WILL    DE    KB-
cclved fur The News at the follow-
ng places:   !���'��� T, Hill's drug Btore,
C28    Columbia    Btreet;    A.    Spricc,
queensborough, Lulu Island.
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Classified���One cent per word per
dny; -4c per word per week; 16o per
month; 6,000 words, to be used as re-
v.ired within one year from date of
nuitract, ��26.00.
FOR SALE
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
UUILD
ix   1541
(1641)
CARPENTER  WANTED  TO
tew small sheds.    Apply Hox  l-.-H
News office.
VAN T E 1) - GOOD   FURNISHED
rooniB with board.    Apply 715 Fifth
11513)
avenue.
WANTED ��� A GOOD JAPANESE
girl wants position by the day in
family, hoiel and office. Apply J.
Finchlda, P. O. liox 437. (1497)
\\ -tNTED TO DUY   OLD  FEATHER
ueds    and    pillows.     AddreBB   Box
1136 News office. (1383)
_~ B
TO  RENT.
0 RBNT���FIVE ROOMED COT-
tage, modem. Apply 207 Clinton
I'lace, near Royal avenue and Second stroet. (1510)
���1 .) RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, suitable for couple.
619 Hamilton street. (1532)
Tt) RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
bedrooms, hot water convenience.
Use of telephone. Moderate terms.
Apply 433 Twelfth Btreet.        (1536)
FOR RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, All conveniences.
732 Amies street. (1525)
$2600���SK ROOMED COTTAGE,
modern. Princess street, near
Fourth; small payment down and
balance ns rent. Apply evenings
about 7 o'clock, 331 Pine Btreet.
(15451
*" The New Dress Goods Have Delightful Draping Qualities.
States that the usual Influx of crooks
and thieves may he expected, Although the provincial fair oi S.-.skat-
lohewan is over a month off yet, Chief
of Police ZeatS does nol intend any
crook to get settled here in preparation tor the fair.
AT LEAST Offi HAVEN
FOR SUffRAGETTES
LIGHT,  GAY  DINING  ROOM.
COTTON   PLUSH   IS   SMART.
AOREEMBNT HOLDER ON ORCH-
ard lot two hlocks from Sixth street
ear line wishes to dispose of Interest therein. $100 will handle this,
balance on $800 spread over long
term. Fine chance for home seeker.
Box 1588 News office. 11533)
HAVE   500   CORDS   OF  WOOD   FOR
delivery, either all 500, or a single
cord.     How   many   for you ?    Very
reasonable,    llox 1499  Newa office.
,   (1499)
I
FOR SALE���61.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every oae guaranteed. Market square. (1451)
LOST.
LOST���BLACK SILK WATCH FOll
with Masonic emblem attached.
Kinder please return to 620 Columbia street.    Reward. (1643)
COLLECTIONS.
D. R. & M. AGENCY, LIMITED, 520
Columbia street, New Westminster,
will collect your Blow and bad accounts for a mere trifle. No membership tee required and commission charged only on the amount
collected. Statementa rendered
monthly. Collections made everywhere. (1365)
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY
where. No collection, no charge
American-Vancouver Mercantile h?
ency, 336 Hastings Btreet west, Van
couver. B.C. (1449)
EXTENSION  OF TIME.
Zigzag Suiting Will Make Many of tho
Best Looking Tailored Costumes of
the Spring���Negliges For the Easter
Bride's Trousseau.
With the exception of linen, wblch Is
Shviiys tlie standby for tbe outing type
*>t summer costume because of Its tine
laundering qualities nnd its sturdy
���itreiistti of texture, everything this season ls drapnhle. There ls, flrst und
foremost, the wblte cotton crape, which
leads lu favor; ratine striped crape und
crape striped With cotton velours or
cotton plush or buying a border of one
of these materials. These new. cotton
plushes und velours look something
like uncut velvet, and they arc more
attractive In the colored cotton materia Ix thai) In the white, whieh rather
suggests toweling effects to u critical
eye.
Zirang cotton suiting ls the dernier
rii 111 Purls, nnd this material is ob-
t-iuible ut  most  of tbe  white sales
Use    Colonial    Landscape    Papers
Paneled Effects on Wall.
First of nil, says Elsie <le Wolfe In j
Uood Housekeeping   1 think - dining June ,_BudapeBt..
room should be light and guy. lf pos- hearty publlc and pr|vut��� w,,icoim. of
Bible always choose a room which bus ]UlH Somen's Suffragette Congress
plenty of sunshine for a dining room, affords B marked contrast to the al-
TIih next thing is the planning of a he- jmost hostile attitude displayed by
coming   background  for   the   mistress'Vienna.
of the house. The room should always The Austrian government and the
be guy and charming In color, but tlie >��� municipal authorities have declined
color should be selei-red with due ron-
Seldom attempted before by pumps of
this type.
All Kerr lake, which Is to he drain- .
ed uow belongs to tho Crown Reserve
and the Kerr Lake mining companies^
which nre jointly paying for the drain- j
ing oi' tbe lake.
The six aores belonging to the old j
Drummond   was   turned   over   to   tlle j
Budapest   Extends   Hearty   Welcome . two companies at the time It was sold |
I to the Cobalt Comet Mining company. >
To Women's Suffrage Congress���     j Some Of the machinery necessary for ]
Ithe big undertaking has arrived, and|
Contrast to Vienna Attitude. | ull ot H was ordered months ugo.    All \
the surveys huve been made and then
FOR     RENT���TWO     FURNISHED
housekeeping    rooms,    1020    Third
(1524)
avenue.
FOR RENT-SEVEN ROOMED MOD-
,-ru house, Third avenue, near
Ninth Btreet. Apply K08 Third
avenue. (16*8)
TO RENT���SIX ROOMED MODERN
bouse on AgneB street. Enquire 129
Agnes street. [(1498)
VO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
koeping rooms. Apply 828 Royal
avenue. i*11105'
TO RENT���ONE SUITE NICELY
funlshed housekeeping rooma, firBt
floor, at 224 Seventh atretjt.    (1603)
TO RENT���SUITE OF FURNISHED
housekeeping rooma. Apply 87
Agnes street.   Telephone L638.
(1466)
The time for receiving tendera for
completion of the jetty at, Steveston,
at mouth of Eraser River, New Westminster, B.C., is hereby extended to
Wednesday, July 2, 1913.
By  order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa,  June  9,  1913.          (1544)
    M
.   .    .    tUIL.
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
WHITE ROCK SUMMER COTTAGES
or vacant lotB for rent. Bale or exchange; splendid position on beach
front.   Winch, White Rock.    (1323)
PERSONAL.
1 CAN LOAN $2000 ON FIRST MORT-
gage, good city properly. Will accept beBt terms offered. C.ive particulars Box 1540 News office.
1(540)
Re Lot thirty-four    (34),    Southwest
quarter of Dlstrlot Lot eight hun'
dred and sixty-seven  (867),  Muni
cipallty of North Vancouver, Map
3024.
Whereas proof of Iobb of Certificate of Title No. 69942 E.. covering
the above mentioned property, issued
In the name of Sham Singh, has been
died in this office.    Notice is hereby
given that I shall ot'the expiration I of cream milau trimmed with a black
of one month from date of firBt pub I shooting bow of black edged tan pleot
lication hereof, issue a duplicate of [ribbon matches the suit, und boots of
said Certificate of Title, unless ln the U|,e new tan leather which are so easily
sldemllnn for its becotnliigness with
rcliitiou to tbe hosiess. Every womuu
bus a right to bu pretty lu ber own
dining room.
The qunlnt landscape papers which
are   seen   In   I
diuittg   rooms
American eulonlal furniture and white
woodwork, the |irlm silver and the
gold banded chltut. These landscape
paper-Sure usually gay In effect aud
make for cheer. There are many new
landscape    designs    less    complicated
suffragettes,
are     showing
all  recognition   to    t
while  the  Hungarians
every hospitality.
The   municipality   of   Budapest   has
voted  $2000  for the entertainment of
the delegates, the minister of education  und  burgomaster    of    Budapest
>  many   New   England   have formally welcomed the congress;
seem to belong with ithe municipality will give a reception
in honor of the delegates Monday evening, und prominent citizens have arranged a variety of entertainments.
In Austria the official bodies have
refused to render the congress any
assistance, the local supporters of the
ongress when soliciting aid being told
will he no slay In the work once it ha
commenced,
for   this   attitude.    The   Vlenese   WO-|Twenty-eight mlnut-ai and Fifteen fc
litt degrees 88  mln,   16 si
than the old ones. Then. too. there i bluntly that the only action the city
are charming foliage papers mnde up was liable to take was to place a dou-
Of leaves and branches and birds which I hie police^ force on duty
. It   is  thought   the  outrages  by  the
are very gooa. militants In  England  are  responsible
1 do not favor the dark, heavy treat- '
ments   und  elaborate   stuff   hangings i men-H snc.i(,tjeB have experienced diffl
which seem to represent the taste of   cultlee In raising the necessary funds,
most of tlie men who go In for decornt- j and are thankful to obtain the small-
lng nowadays.    Nine times ont of ten lest sums, even as low as four cents.
tlie dining room seems to lie tlie gloomi-| 	
est room in the house. I think it should j
lie �� place where the family may meet
In gayety of spirit for a pause ln the i
vexations   happenings  of the  day.     1
think light tones, gay wall papers, flow- j
ers and sunshine are of more Itnpor- j
tance than storied tapestries and Ilea vl- |
ly carved furniture    These things are I
all very well for the house that lias a |
small dining room aud  a gala dining
room for formal occasions as well, but j
there are few sueh  bouses      I'uueled
walls are always possible.   If ynu can't
afford wiiiul paneling, paint tbe plaster- j
ed wall  white or cream and break it
Into panels by using a narrow molding
of wood.    Ynu can  get an effect of
ireat dignity by the use of molding
at a few cents a foot.
City of New Westminster
BYLAW NO, 201.
A Bylaw to amend Bylaw No. lsi lulus
"Nanaimo    street    rutprovemi nt    Bylaw
l��U."
Tiie Municipal Council of th" Corporation ot the city ot New Wostmlnstui enacts as follows!
I.   Ktclliui   1   Of the snld   llylnw  Nu.   INI
being "Nanalmo street Improvement ltv-
law, 1812" Is ln-reby repealed unit Ua fol-
lowtng substituted theruor: I. A street
highway or public ihoraigbfurS Is hereby
I established and opined ovel the lands and
pieinlM- s il.serllieil as foll'iws : ('nininene-
Ing at a paint on tha Westerly  limn of
Tenth street and at a illstiinei* nt three
and three tenths (8.8) fset from ths
North Blast angle "f Lot six im nf Lot
Nunilier One 11). Suburban Block Bteven
(ll) in tho City "f New Westminster, said
distance of three and three tenths ct.3)
feet to ba measured on the course South
Thirty-Nine degrees Twenty-eight minutes
and fifteen seconds East (S 89 degress
ii min. is see. B.) ; fnenoe continuing on
the  course    Snath    Thirty-nine    degfeea
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Psld-Upi   $I6,000.0(H?K)0
RE3ERVE    $16,000,000.00
Blanches throughout Canada and
.Newfoiiudland, and m London, England, New-York, Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Mexico City, A general
banking business transacted. Letters
Of Credit IsBued, available with correspondents In all parts of the world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward
and Interest allowed at $ per cent, yer
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over SlX6.0-Ml.noD.no.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
0. I).  BRYMNER,  Manager.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:  Office 53, Residence 429.
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
GENERAL  MACHINE  WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHINQ.
Agents     Palmer     Bros.'   Gasoline
Engines,   Marine   Engines   and   Automobile  Repairs.
Office and Works.  Tenth  8t.
P.O. Box 474.    New Westminster, B.C.
* ,n.l
Flippant Flings.
A Rrooklyn man Is arrested on the
charge of stealing an nlrshlp. which
Bounds like a crime of Ibe highest order.���Wall street Journal.
A minister In the eaat has his sermons   printed  and   sent  to  each   sick
1 member of his flock.    That nt  least
: Bhould insure against any feigned HI-
\ ness.-Milwaukee Sentinel.
II. <i. Wells In his latest novel use*
the   word   "anyoiicsoevei."     A   witter
of    reputation    can    afford    to    ring
i changes  on   the   English   language   111
inyoldwaysoever.���Lowell Courier citizen.
���Rait  is no degrees 2-. mln.  IB arc.  Bl
anil alnilK tha said West, riv limit nt
Tenth strei t, u distance of Hlxtv c."i
feet; tie ne" on n course South l-'lftv ih*-
grees Thirty-three mlnut'-s West is SO
itik-nes 3:1 mln. w) a distance ot Five
Hundred and Ntnetv-four (S'j4i fset mn*.
or less t-i the Westerly limit nt Rn-SUbdt-
vlalon Bight (��) of BuhdlvWons One (ti
Two 12) Tliei' IDI and Four ( 4 1 nf Slid
Lot Number On,, id Suburban Block Rl-
<*veii   Ml)  iir-i'in I*  thence on n cours'
North Thl-tv-'dne degrees Twenty-eight
minutes and Hft -n ��rr<""ls W����t (V 3"
rtVffi-,-., �� :"i mln   HI tee. Wl n distant ���>'
PIWV t*Dl tool- fh.-nc" On a c-iuro" y-i-l'i
i-tft- di u-r.es TMrtv-th-"" minutes Knot
tS   F|0   decrees  ?.1   mln.   Wl   a   il'r- "i"     "-*-
l.-lve Hundred an.l Nhi-t<- tm- fWCI tn t
tnoro   .,r  less   to  the   pluce   nf   e i::-.m"n('"-
Automobile Runs.
NKOLKIFE OP MAOmilTI BMI1ROI 1IHI1T.
now. It Is woven from threads of
graduating sly.e. alternating thick and
thin, und In tbe weaving the threads
are pulled In the loom to give u wavy
or -zigzag effect to tbe material. A tailored suit made of tbis zigzag stuff In a
pule tun shade Is Included In a Irons
seau of u prospective soulheru traveler.
The suit Is pilped with corded lines of
black satin and is matched by a blouse
of ull over ecru embroidery mounted
011 cream net, the contrast of tint
bringing out the embroidery desigu effectively.    A uew Kngiish walking hat
meantime valid objection be mado time in writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
Vancouver, B.C., thiB llith duy ol
May, A.D. 1S13.
ARTHUR O. SMITH,
(1316) District Registrar.
FOR RENT.
Unfurnished  three room suite, with
hath.   Hot and cold water.
Bradley Apartments.
1218 Fifth Ave. Phono 750
IN THE COUNTY  COURT OF NEW
WESTMINSTER   HOLDEN  AT
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Between Charles A. Welsh. Plaintiff;
and Isaac ltea, Defendant:
In Chambers before His Honor, Judge
Howay,  Friday,   the   16th  day    of
May, A.I). 1913.
Upen hearing Mr. John Sloan Potter, of Counsel for the Plaintiff, and
upon hearing read tiie affidavit of
Howard Welsh tlb-d herein, and upon
bearing what  was alleged.
It Is ordered that service of the
Wrll of Summons In ihia action be
substituted by serving tire Bald Defendant Uaae Rea In the following
manner, that Is to Bay: By sending a
true oopy of the Writ of Summons,
together with u true copy of this
order lo the Defendant's last kaown
address. Lytton Hotel, New Westminster. il.C, under prepaid double registered pes', and also hy inserting in
the "Daily News." a newspaper published and circulating in the City of
New Westminster, B.C., for a period
of live (61 da\s. notice of the said
Writ of Summons.
And ll is further ordered that the
timo limited for enteritis an appearand! to Bald Writ of Summons ho
eight (8) days afur the last Insertion
of this advertisement,
And it Is further ordered thai the
(osts of and incidental to lhis application bo costs itt the cause.
K. \V. HOWAY.
(If,2n) County Judge.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Fine Home for Exchange���For few
days only. Owner will tnke lot
worth $1500 for $1670 of equity In a
fine new five roomed fully modern
houBe, situate on a large lot.
Seventh avenue, near Sixth street.
Balance (,f payments email and
very ��aay.
For Sale���Five roomed new house
with bath and toilet; large lot ar.d
close to Twelfth Btreet. $100 cash,
balance $25 a month.
Wanted���We wlll give a $1350 agreement for sale (Al) and balance
cash for a good building lot in city.
MiiBt bn cheap and a good buy.
Owners only.
For Rent���No. 428 Thirteenth street.
city, b!x roomed fully modern
house. Kino garden and fruit trees.
Lease to careful tennant, Cheap
rent.
EASTMAN & WAMSLEY
Phone 312. Room 201
Weatmlnster Trust Bulildlng.
NOTICE.
I, Geoffrey K. Burnett, C B��� n  C.
ljind Surveyor, give notice that I
havo taken Into partnership Mr. 1). J
1-cUugan. C.K., B. C. Land Surveyor,
aad we shall cany on bu3lneas at my
(Id address on McKenzic street, New
Westminster, under the name of "Burnett & McC.ugan."
All  accounts  due   to me are to  bo
raid  Into  tho  hands  of    Burnett    &
McGugan   within   oue   month   from
dale,    who will also   deal    with    all
valid clalniB against my late business.
QBOmiKY K. BURNETT, C.K.,
B. C, 1-and Surveyor,
New Westminster, B.C., June 12, 1813.
(1526)
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Six roomed house, cleared lot 50x150,
for $1375. Terms. East Burnaby.
No. 67.
Lot 66x113 slashed, one minute from
car at Kdmonds, $650.    No. 67.
Will trade swell building lot on Third
avenue, 66x132 on an up-to-date
residence, What have you to offer.
No. Git.
Six roomed house on Columbia street.
Sapperton, lot 50x132, for $4200
No. 21.
Can trade a seven roomed house, lot
50x130, on l'rairlc farm. Prlei
$2300,    No. 86. \
Two houses rent $25 and $15 per
month respectively. Lot 33x132.
facing on two good streets. $4000.
Easy terms.    No. lie.
Swell suburban home, six roomed
well built liouse. Lot 6Sx242. Handy
to car.    $3001). No. 47.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
.    Notary Public.
Curtis Black,        6S7 Columbia Street.
New Weetmlneter, B.C.
wiped elrnn with soap and water will
be woru with tlie smart street costume.
'1 ht-se bouts, tiy the way, are in the
distinctly new and nutty style, with a
very low heel, long pointed toe and a
top having only live buttons, like a
mull's booi. Completing tlie costume
is 11 long bandied parasol of tan silk
with Hll Inset baud of eeru polbert em
broidery.
Included In the trousseau of It spring
bride Is this lovely negligee of machine
embroidery nnd wide hue insertion.
Two sorts of embroidery are u-<e*il in
Combination, an open eyelet "cune"
put tern and u rose desigu In "blind"
embroidery.
"Peg o' My Heart" Bows.
I.nst s|uing a flurry ul fashion
brought into vogue the stiff little velvet
bows of color or black for shirt waists.
They have been worn more or less
ever since and have taken a fresh hold
on popularity through the small hearts
of rhlnestones which are placed In the
center of each bow These ure called
"Peg o' My Heart" bow-H and with velvet ribbon and rhhiostone pin cost fit)
cents complete. Others contrived on
tiie same plan are of pearls���two
threadlike pearl hands through which
the ribbon runs nnd a small pearl ball
bead stickpin thrust through from tlie
side These are also Ml cents each mid
ute colled "li'diesplerre" hows. Both
ure pretty and an Improvement over
tlie plain  velvet,  which seems a I ritle
tint and purposeless.
OUTDOOR  AMUSEMENTS.
Charming Games For Children ts Play
at Ze      ��� Parties.
These few suggestions mny prove
helpful to the mother who intends to
entertain small folks:
A floral color trail Is an interesting
game. Any Bower may be selected and
fastened wltb narrow ribbon In twenty
or thirty different places.
The flower is displayed to the children, and tbe uutnlier hidden is told.
Bach child l-vgiveu 0 pencil und card,
nnd us he tlnds the flowers the place Is
carefully noted, tiround trails may be
Bet with small green iwigs.
This game is very popular with young
folks lu Kngland.
The trail of the green leaf, wblcb
Bhould be played out uf doors, demnuils
senses very much alert.
Any variety of green leaf Is selected
and tied to trees aud shrubbery witli
small ends of green tape or ribbon.
Tiie children are uut told bow many
Oermany lias scarcely more thai: half
us many motor vehicles as the state
uf New York.
Self starting apparatus for automobiles wns invented many years ago,
but was not regarded as practical.
Tbe public automobiles of Auvers.
Belgium, must be titled wltb mud
guards for Ibe protection of pedestrians.
Over 1,000.000 autoa art registered
'n the United States. New York leads
with 102..S7O. Aggregate Investment ts
over $1.0OO.O0u.00'J.
The Cost of Living,
Another reason for the high cost of
living Is that dinner used to lieglu
with prayers Instead of cocktails.���
Cincinnati ICuqulrer,
The woman's leagues that nrp cutting down food prices have now started on tipples. This Is n sort of .-oui-
pehsatlon owed the public, nn the eoin-
tiincM 11 is hidden, but ��t lhe expiration | blnatlou of woman and nn apple was
of ir given length of time are asked to
���   ��. ctinn 1 ���*'
t,. r.'le-   ���inii'T-H'*.
-tr't'in thereof h
, ti,. ' ,.-ti' It"
* rnnd" tn
0,0 ,..,1,1 nvlnw No '��'
1 bv sU-H-Iti" onl ���>" ���'��� ���*'
i-c-oon t'" word "Fi-��i"
n th..-.-.-if and the -v."I
ernC'th ''ne theiw*-' And
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RECONSIDERED      AND      I-IV M.t.V
PASSED this day "f 1911,
Cil
Clerk.
Mav
disclose how many times Ihey have detected the leaf and where
Another cbtinnlng open air hunt Is
Ihe game of I'eter Ihni.
A child dressed to represent thnt favored friend of youth is perched upon
a stone or lu a tree. Hc tells Ibu children that somewhere about tbe garden
is hidden einh animal mentioned in the
book of I'eter I'lllll
Tbe children search diligently until
every aulnial is found ami then ure rewarded with their (hidings.
Hie original cause of all high prkes ���
Baltimore American.
Culinary Newness.
Chocolate cream roll Is ii delicious
bread tbnt Is little known by the average housewife. Ilere Is a recipe that
will appeal to Ihe most fastidious taste:
Heat three large eggs very light without separating the whites and yolks
(Irtlllutilly beat in one cupful and a
hair of granulated sugar, two table-
spoonfuls    of    melted    butter,    Ihree
oun,��
half
of melted cDix-obite and  then
cupful   of   lukewarm   witter
A Homemade Device.
lt is Interesting to see how ii .lap
nurse servant will supply kitchen dell
deludes out of Ills own inventive brain
Where the knob on the teakettle cover
bud rusted and given way one of 1b(".e
Iltl tidy iiersons supplied a nnw one by
liiUng some heavy cords, knotting
them togetiier. drawing them through
tlie hole Itt the cover, with the knot on
the under side, nnd tying thein tight
over a medium sired cork, which rest
ed on the top of Hie cover In tile spot
formerly occupied by the knob When
tm from a hardware store such u substitute Is not to be despised.
Ustlf
pastry
Figs For Dessert.
I'lgs cooked tender 111 boiling waler, |
with a little sugar added at the lasl |
of the cooking, arc good cold with j
cream. The tigs wltli the addition 01
wine, orniigo or lemon Jelly, cut In j
eitbes  and   whipped  cream,   make  ai
elaborate dessert dish.
I UOTO-MTK CliV.AU  not.!.
bent lu one cupful of sifted
llmir. one fourth cupful of |iv
tato flour (half ii cupful i.f ordinary
Hour may replace the smaller quantity
of potato Hoiin. half a level teaspoon
ful of sods, says tbe Hoston Cooking
School .Magazine, nnd u slightly round
lng teaspoonful of cream of tartar sift
ed Ingot her. The cake should lie less
Ihuu three-fourths of an Inch thick
when linked. Trim off the crisp edges
Spread at once with murnhtuulluw
creuin lllllug and roll up like it Jelly
roll. Roll In wuxed paper and set
aside a short time. Then spread the
outside with "dot" chocolate melted
over warm water or wllb a confectioner't frosting made of u sipiare of melted chocolate, three lablespoonfuls of
boiling wuter, bulf u teuspooufiil of
vanilla and coufec-tloner's sugar (-Iftedi
as needed.
An   Ex   Tempore   Whirlwind.
Richard Bedford  llennett, who siU
for Calgary in tin* House ol Cummons,
has no peer as a rapid fire orator.
This is Bennett's lirst Parliament, and
he quickly lifted the crown from the
brow o! William Burton Northrup, lor
years the holder ol the "speed" record. The man from Calgary can go
(rum two hundred and fifty and three
hundred words a minute for hours at
a stretch, and he is the "bad boy"
ot the House from the point ol view
of tiie Hansard men. In liis recent
speech during the nuvnl debate, Mr.
llennett was on his feet for over three
hours, and scarcely used a note. Bottle
of his metaphors got slightly twisted;
for instance, he Bpoke ol "the pathless
seas being the highways and well traveled roads ol England's ships." He
also alluded to the German menace
"tm bigger than a man's hand spread
over  thc  whole  "I  tin*   North 'S a."
"Are   you  quit'-   -ure   tie-   whole  ol
the hand Is spread over-" cut in the
irrepressible Hr Clark. Baturday
Sight,
DRAINING KERR LAKE.
Take Three Months to Pu-np Out 600,-
000,u:0 GallonB of Water.
Cobalt,  .lune   IB.   Tlie  barge  upon
which Hie big pumps will be stationed
when Kerr lake is drained is nom being built at the Crown reserve.    Sonic
idea of the magnitude of llle under-
takinli   may  be  Been   bylhe   fact   that
it  is  estimated   thut   Kerr  lake  now
contains     approximately     4(>u,000,OU(>
gallons of water, and that It will take
jthe   huge   3,000   gallon   pumps   three
'months at IcaBt to complete the task.
All arrangements should be complete
'by  AugtiBt  1st,  and  It  will  thus  be
; almost  winter   before   the   water   h.-is
been lowered sufficiently to allow of
I any   extensive   development   work   on
the   new   upper   levels.
The barge from which the water
.will be driven by the electrically driven pumps win be stationed off the No.
:i shaft, of the Kerr Lake and gradually move uorth us the water recedi'--.
The ptimpB are of the seml-dredgiii"
type and they will he pumping against
a head of no less than 175 feet, n lask
FERRY SERVICE
To Port  Mann and  Port Coquitlam
"FRASER FERRY NO 1"
Will Leave
B. C. Electric Ry. Wharf
Dally Except Sunday.
As Per Pollowlng Schedule-
Leaves  N'ew  WeBtmliiBter for  l'ort
Mann 8:00 a.m.
Leaves   Port   Mann   for  New  Westminster 9:00 a.m.
Leaves  N'ew   WestmlnBter for  Port
Mann and  Port Coqultlam  10:00 am.
Leaves    Port   Coqultlam    for   l'ort
j Mann and New WeBtmlnster 1:00 p.m.
Leaves N'ew  WeBtmlnster  fur  l'ort
.Mann 5:30 p.m.
Leaves  Port   Mann   for  New  West-
: minster 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAYS:
! Leaves New Westminster for Port
j Mann and Port Coqultlam 4:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Coqultlam for l'ort
Mann and New Westminster 8:30 p.m.
| Schedule subject to change without
i notice.
For further Information inquire:
Fraser River Ferry & Navigation Co., Ltd.
Phone IML,    Office 903 Columbia St.
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed   to  tho
unucrslsucii, .iml . n.l..i*.-i*-il --j-ii.lt i tor
i ,.,,���, iiiiliuin,.. Dunctui Btatlun, B, '��� ."
wlll in nc. I-...I at tbls otllce until 4.u0
r. .vi.. on el,unlay, July "., ISI'i, tol tbe
construction "i u Publlo Building al Duncan Station, B. U.
Plans, specifications, form �����: contract
can bc sen ami forms of tend.-i obtained
ut the "fi.. I Mi. Wm. Henderson, Rs-
sldent  Architect,   Victoria,   B.  C  at  the
Post  orr   I inn. hi Station,  fi. i'-. and
at this Department
Plans, specif Icit ions and form of contract
di-is wlll mil Iii considered unless made
un the print.d forms supplied, and signed
with their actual signatures, stating tbelr
occupations and plac s of residence. Iu
the case of firms, the actual signature, the
nature of the occupation and placo of re-
sldcncs of each member of the firm must
be ffivi n.
Bach tender must be accimpanled by
an accepted eheiiue on (1 chart 'red bank
nuclide to the <.r,l.r ..r tho Honorable the
MinlBter of Public "-.,i-k.��. rqual l" len
per cent. (Iii in- i i.r th" amount "r tho
leie'.-r. which wlll he f.irf.'t'-'l Ir lh- 1" 'sen
tendering ihclln- tn ."t'i Into n contract
whrn c-illnl upon to dn so. <>r full t" ennx-
t
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Splendid arrangements made this
year for cheap round trip tickets to
all  points east,  commencing  May 28.
Week End  tlckels on sale to local
1 points at Single Fare for Hound Trip
on   Friday*.   Saturdays  and   Sundays.
For ratea and reaervatlon apply   to
KD   OOULKT, Agent
New Westminster
Or H.  W.  Brodle, O.P.A . Vancouver
nil ��� ���    t1..
w<ck   a ������it":if'��<''!    fnr       If   tho
t   n-]< r   ��i.
not accepted thc chequs will ii"
-i mrwA.
���'���>,,.   fi
wtmnnt '1"'h nni t lnd lUolf to
icoftpt  t)
��� io-.'- ��t nr nny t' nder.
llv  r��M*r,
n. c incsnor"""^
Been t-rv.
Oi pnfUm
nt  ,.*"  Public "'"-'���'.
f it* ���     i.   .l"ti"   !>.   ill ft
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-   1 ���      1*     ''" -     t'W"*t     if     " '"     'It
-i thorltv
frnm tho Department    1       '
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NOTICE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.tat Service
Notlre is hereby given that at the
next Bitting of the Board of License
Commissioners for the City of New
Westminster application will bn made
fer a transfer of the license to Bell
liquor by retail In the Central Hotel
premises Bituate on Lot Ono (1).
Hlock "()," MercbantB' Square, City of
New Weltmlnrter, from Jos. I. Free
man to Henry Freeman.
Dated   at   New Westminster, B.C.,
this Cth day of May, A.I). 11U3.
JOS. I. FREEMAN,
Holder nf Lleenao.
HENItY K RIC KM AN.
(l.ioii Applicant for Transfer,
Expect Crooks to Invade West
Regina, Sask., June 16.���With the
near aproach of tho western Canadian
fair season at hand, warnings have
already reached the twestern cities
i from  the  east  and  from  the   United
Whon Cleaning Rugs.
Avoid litniKiiiK rugs on the line, as It
Weakens the edges.   Do not use n wire
ben ter. Place the rug on tlio grass, bent i
lightly wltb a  rnttan lienter on  both '
sides.    After this  Is  done sweep on
both aides, taking care to sweep with
the nap.  Wipe oft wltb a cloth, wet lu
waler and turpeiitln*
Every. Woman
, l�� lolorfwUKl and *hotUd know
i tli*mi the wiJiiiUrful
Mafye, gjglM �������,
Aukjroitr druRsHt
li. ff hs i-xmiot ���<
ths U.MWKL, s��!<t>�� no
orhsr. iiu* sand stamp fer Ulna-
InUixl trook-mlN-l.   It ItTm rnll   ���>
parllnSan and dii^eHonslnvMsshlo
UiUitlw.WIMimillim ITI.VCO..Windsor.Ortf
USD-ami Astmara tm XltuwAn.
HERBERTRVlDAL&Ca
^   afoSSE1*        '
STORAGE
1.4'ua'i-m Vancouver tor Viotorla lu r. n...
2 p. ni. mul  11   -.'i
Lenvea Vancouver for Bnattlo 1ft a. m.
nnd  11 p   m.
LrnvcH Vancouver Cor Nanalmo if* �� m.
ami 0 80 i'.tu
i^-uv.'h Vanoouver for Prlnoa Rupert
uni) Northern PMnt* "* n m Wi��dne��-
dayi   nml  Baturdayi   ;^t   il   p.m.
Chilliwack Service
leaves Chllllwack 7 Su m. Tuusdar.
riiuMidny and llaturduy
Leaves  Westmlnstrr  S  a.  m.   Munday,
w. .tncs.liiy snd Krlday.
KD. OOULBT, Agenl.  Nsw Westminster.
H.  W.  BROniB, O, P.  A.. Vanoouvrr.
.1 . . I.1'IH... '   . i.    .' .
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  IBS.      Barn  Phon*  137
��� sgbls Strsst
Haggaae Hellver.-d Promptly to
any part nf tbe olty.
light and Heavy Hauling
f.lTV OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Spring and  Hummer  Suitings
now on display.    See them.    Perfect
fit and workmanship guaranteed.   70s
Front Stroet MONDAY,  JUNE   10,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE   8EVIN
NEWS AND NOTES
FROM BACK EAST
WESTERN   ONTARIO.
Tin
���   ���Queen   .Mary   hospital   at
Wn-'.on   was   olHeiiilly   opened.
William Edward (intiith, auditor of
ths   York   Pioneer's  society,  Is  dead
Stephen  Verdi, a  Ill-year-old  boy
fell  olT  tbe   Hraulford  diun  and  was
drowned.
il. ii. Donly, of Slmcoe Roformsr,
wus elected president, of the Canadian
Press association.
Oeorge Carlton Robinson of Mii-
luti, lus been iiwiirded the Franols,
I'.-irknaii Pcllowshlp at. Harvard, 'lhe
foundation carries a money consld-
enitl ui of |450, It was founded in
1906, Mr. Robinson is a graduate of
the university of Toronto, 1909, Lasl
year I ciipiid the South End Fellowship in social education at  Har-
\ aril.
'I on tltO    cily    COUncll    decided     to
guarantee tha bonds of ihe Toronto
i ii ui lng company to the amount of
$860,000.
The Welland manufacturers are or
��� mil Ing in di ti at the. temperance plebiscite under ihe Canada teraperanco
act,
it Is said that it ��ul ci st Toronto
$128,001 000 to buy the street railway
and eli (trie power plant
The Canadian Stewarl company of
Montreal wns awarded thS* contract
for dredging Toronto harbor.
Umi. . I). Lucas, provincial treasurer, was elected by acclamation In the
bye-eb ctlon  for Center Grey,
Hamilton Methodist Conference
approvi da 11 Dlutlon deprecating im-
modetty iti fashions for women's
drei
Mac Keating of the 26th Dragoons
i; in mtf ml. was Instantly kill, ii by
being run over liy a train he ran to
...    i Niagara camp,
\ ���'-. Oaul way is io I,'- construol
,,! i,i :   i* ihe M, i'. H. true',:*.*, at  Welland, to permit ilu- electric railway to
i   tiie  factory district.
Tin re :.- a probability that Upper
Canada college, which is closely connected with He- history of Toronto,
will establish Its quarters at Brampton.
Arrangements have been completed
between the Ontario government und
Sarnia to build a stretch of new road
soulh t.f iiie town  ut a cost of $16,-
r.m.
Lieut. .Mortimer, made famous by
hii notable successes of last year at
Blsley, lefl on tha steamer Teutonic
for England to compete independently
at Blsb y
The 1 ody "I Kd. Willis, a school
teacheT In the vicinity of Auburn.
near Exeter, was found near his
boarding hi uei It is thought that he
commltti .i suicide.
At a meeting "f the Newmarket
town councll Mayor 10. S. Cane and
all the men.I,, rs of the council, with
the exception of Deputy Iteeve lliin-
ti,. r. slgni 'i thi ir seats.
Captain W, W. tlawsou, a Fenian
raid veteran, conspicuous in the military lite ot Ontario, died at Windsor.
His father, the late Dr. Alfred K.
Dawson, died al  Windsor in 1SCB.
EASTERN ONTARIO.
MICH DER KAISER!
GUSTAVf V. AISO
has accepted a similar position with
the C. N. It., with headquarters In Toronto.
S!my-one members of th" cr,aduat
Inn clai-s from the medical department I
of   McOIll   university   received   their
M. I). degree at the medical convoca-|    Berlin, .Tune U,
tlon  .lune  6.    For the  llrst time,  no! the twenty-fifth anniversary, the sll-
condldalcs wer,   absolutely rejected.
A   HEAVY  CROSS
Missionary     Returns!  to     Find     Wife
Dead, Children Asleep on Gr.- je
��� Brooklyn, N.Y., June 14.- -Itev. Jas.
MueKwon, of Maxville, (Int., u missionary of iiie Congregational church,
stationed at Bahla, lirazil, left the
United Btates Immigration station, at
Hills   Island   loday.     Special   transit
privilege was granted hlm on account la ful1 return for   the   money,   The
of Ill-health to cross the l'nited States  kaiser's jubilee is, so far us the trad
terlstlo   of   all   the   members   of   the
Bwedtsb royal family.
The Crown I'riaci. and his IhiKlish
wife as well, are expert ski runners
���mc\ excellent skaters, and the crown
princess is also a crack fencer and
the puirci: of a Indies' hocki y club.
I'rlnce Wilhelm, second son of King
Gustily, is president of the Iloyal
Swedish Yacht club, and a devotee
of all the winter sports for which
Sw, flan   Is   famous.
He  married    the    Grand    Duchess j
Marie Pavlowna of Russia, who is nl- j
Ieo a thorough sportswoman.
!    The  Swedish   royal   family,  as   the!
-Y< sterday marked . foadar   probably   knows,  comes   from |
Marshall  Bi rnadotte, one of Napol- i
eon's great officers, who was elected
the  BCOesslon   to  the Crown  I'rlnce of Sweden in 1810 and'
II.,  and all der-1 succeeded to the throne In 1S1K. Bar-I
Silver Jubilee of Accession to Throne
of Wilhelm II.���King of Sweden
Flfty-flve  Today.
On the Prairies
French   peasants   but   wus  a  man  or
brilliant   attainments   In   both   peace
ver  jubilee,   of
throne  of  Wilhelm
many  Will  Join  In  the  celebration  of i'""lotto came of un obscure family of
the  glad   event.    For  a  week   llerlin
has been in gala attire uud for n week  ������,] war
to come the festivities will continue
until every tourlBt has been separated -j-qq  p^j pQfl  p3|SQN
from his last mark.    Berlin has plan- 	
ned tO do the job thoroughly and wall,  Some   Amazing   Reasons   "or  Setting
Convicts   Free.
Mrj. Mnry Leigh, who "-ii" lenteno-
and, in justice it must le said, to give;
�� Ub in,*, sick oblldri ���'.
Two months ago lie wint on u mls-
Blonsry teur to the bsok country in
Brazil, i1")1) miles away from Bahla,
leaving bis wlft In Bahla, with five
children. Hs wife was stricken with
tropcal plague and died. Rev. Mr.
McBwi ii was notified of her death by
native runners aud used *..ll bis mon
ey In a quick trip to Bahla.
When he ri ached the heme station
be found two of tbo Elder children, a
ho-.* of five and s | Ir] 11 eight, aslee]
on IiIb wife's grave. Mr. McEwen
stricken with pr i f e .1 broken i! wi
In hi alth, lefl buried wife In Bahl i
and embarked In lhi steerage of ss,
Vestrls. of the South American line.
On the trip to eNw York, the first
- ib'n ��� ���: ioi ���- rs ti ok ui ���<��� collection
if $2S0 to help him, When he landed
;*! Ell ' Island he va-i hi Id by the
ii nt*h i 'f ctals because two of the
five children were sick. Special Iran-
��� ii prlvlli ea ��i re fin ills granted foi
:':* i'u i* In t 0 1 ars by 111'
v. ,i binstton sui *���* * , lea and the mln
Ister nnd his chlldr n  were allowed
to   Stari   far   Maxville.
tm ii und hotel keepers are concerned,
but an incident In their war for a large
���lice of the tourist patronage thai is
now so largely divided between London and Paris.
Oala performances at the Hoyal
opera, th�� Royal theatre, mt shows,
commercial exhibitions, sporting event
Bnd  social  attractions are the  lures
���rlin has ur-eil In coaxing to its hOf
pttable midst one of the largest crowds   wer
ed to live year,-' penal servitude lur
attemptinii I" set lire to the Theatre
Uoyal. Dublin, wn- set Iree, having
served only forty-five days ol her sentence. Mi-- Gladys Kvans, who was
awarded u similar sentence, was re-
leased fourteen .lays later.
lt ii safe to say tb .t the authorities
of Momitjoy Prison never il prisoner!  under their diar"    ol  win in  tliey
ity.
ST.
MARY'S   WILL   3E
LARGEST  TORONTO CHURCH
[ever aasembli d in il
All the cities of Oermany have com
him il to present Bmpi ror William with
a silver Jubilee gift of a set of tablets bearing the armorial escutcheons
of all tbe cities and the arms of the
emperor. The kaiser his announced
that tm other gifts of any material
ralue shoul I be made to him.
It   v. is   on   the  16th   Of  June,  1888,
that   WUbelm  II,  was called  to the
throne  iii  succession    to  lii--  father,
Frederick III.   Tbe quarter century of
his reign h-i been marked hy siupen-   .,
Idous achievements, and Oermany has]*,,,
been placed in the front rank of nations, -is en industrial, commercial und j
artistic, as well as military and naval
I power.   Wilhelm has been called "the
j war lord," but his fume rests on his i
.ability as a man of peace.    His military and naval program has resulted;
i In vast expenditures which would have :
I impoverished the country save for the
(vast industrial expansion    that    has I
'come about during his rule.
Coincident with th's Industrial prog- i
ress, however, there has arisen a greal
political   party,   the   most     powerful.
first
Toronto, June 18.���Over five hundred parishioners watched the Bishop of Toronto lay the cornerstone
of the in w church of St. Mary the
Virgin, Westmoreland avenue, last
wc k.     In   the   stone  were   placed   a
series of current coins, a parchment, numerically, In the fatherland, that
bearing the history of tbe church, the | threatens the very existenee of the
daily papers, and the names of the j monarchy. In the midst of thia great
rector, wardens and others connected j festive enthusiasm of their monarch-
with the Church. Tlie trowel with leal neighbor, Herr Bebel who hates
which the lilshop laid the mortar was monarchy and monarchs with all the
of silver and suitably engraved. It! bitterness of a powerful nature- Bebel,
was presented to hlm by G. B. Kirk-j a little, gray old man with a cynical,
Patrick, who turned the first tod ofjVoltarean smile and a brain alert to
the present church twenty-flve yeara'eyery   possible  advantage-he  is   the
len completed j
of the largest
Caterpillars stopped a train on the
Ottawa Northern and Western line, in
the Qatineau Valley.
Tiie Canadian  customs  receipts for  every
May  an-  highly  satisfactory,    being  more
nearl;   $1  in excess of those of
the same month last year.
���I Lucky, s Curtlss company operator, steered his hydro-aeroplane
agalnsl a stone wall at Kingston to
avoid a crowd, but broke two boys'
legs
Harvey Wilson was arrested after
acting In a suspicious manner near
tho plant of the Wlgle saw mills,
Kingston Later it was learned that
Wilson, who was recently discharged
from the mill,   hnd succeeded in dam-
death's  head  at  this  festival  of  empire.
A year ago Herr Bebel knew of the I
iting capacity : Krupp    scandal���mayhe    longer   ago
than that.   But Herr Bebel knows how
to wait, as well as how to act.    He is'
both  Fabian  nnd  opportunist,  So be
waited until Germany had been arous-
ed  to  enthusiasm  by  the celebration
of the centenary of the beginning of.
the Prussian war against Napoleon, by
the   approach   of   the
jubilee and the wedding of thc kaiser's
daughti.-.
Victoria,  B.   (J.,  June    15.���Though      lie waited until a contagion of pitri-
the exact  date of the sailing of the  otic pride swept the country, and then
Karluk for the northern seas has not I he  sprung  the  Krupp  scandal,    And
been definitely decidid upon, then  is ithe Germans Eald to each other. "If
indication tbat but a few days Welhelm knew, he is n knave.    lie Is
will tee thc vessel leaving Ks--   not  a  knave.      Therefore he did  not
quiii-ait.   The stores are practically all j know.    But Herr Bebel knew."   And
aboard.    A good deal of the available. they Fay. "Can It be that August, the
The new building w
next spring will be one
in the citv, having a si
of 1000 mid will coFt $60,000. In the
basement there wlll be a large -Sunday
Schoolroom, besides parlors for the
various societies. A chapel will he attached   to  tho  church   for  week    day
services.
WINNER  OF BIG  DOG
RACE MAY GO NORTH
more glad to be rid.    I-rom  tba
���luy cf their imprisonment both
women nad I u on lidnger -tnke. and
had rei-ii-tcd forcible feeding with all
their strength, ihey bad given inure
trouble than any soore 01 other inmates of the jail, and driven tba gov-
ernor, the dector and the infirmary
nurses   nearly  tu  lie-pair.
The hunger striae i- ni t the only
m ana by which o' tiler- Imve forced the authorities to allow tln-m tol
l( ri ���_��� i the ju-t penalties ol thcirNnis-
i,'.'i-. About Hve iiui- 1140 there iinii uian 111 mi,- of i ������ convict prisons
Kngland who contrive i to set all
prison  rule.-* aud  regulations at deti-
III!' ���'
Hi had a weak heart, and li r lhis
reason it was impossible to punish
him, and lie took advantage ol tlie
taci to make himself a t. in.r to every-
oi..- who came 11.to contact w:lli him.
If he di'l 1 ol l I exactly what he liked
he would go into a paroxysm of rage.
He would shout, scream Liid pour out
fl 10 Is of the most appalling blasphemy, and would carry on like this
tor days on end. Appeals lo bU better
feelings wcre useless. Apparently be
bad  pone.
The authorities were forced to make
all kinds of concessions 111 order to
keep lum in a good humor, IU waj
given fresli Sowers in his cell, allowed
lu grow Ins beard, and even furnished
witli drawing board and lead pencil.
But nothing did good for more than a
day or two. At last the warders who
were iu charge Ol this terror actually
threatened to strike, ond thc etal ot it
was that the rulhan himself was set
at liberty.
At a sinuli local prison in the north
ol Kngland a man arrived who was
sentenced to thirty days for petty larceny. As sunn as he was put into his
cell he began to cougfT. A dreadful
rough, a regular bark. He kept it up
all night, nml next morning there were
kaiser's silver I urgent complaints from half-a-dozen
1 cells   on   either   side.
The doctor was called up, and ad-
mir.istered medicine. But still the
man coughed, Tliey sent him to the
infirmary, but that only made matters
worse. The oth.-r inmates ould not
sleep. There were no sound-proof punishment cells in which tin- offender
could he shut up. and the cud ol lt
was that an application was made to
MANITOBA.
Twenty-seven building permits at
Winnipeg June 3, totalling $110,350,
brought the total for the year to date
to |8,064,400.
Professor David Starr Jordan or Lc-!
land   Stanford   university,   California,
addressed   the    Winnipeg    Canadian
club, making a strong plea for peace.
William Simpson, a contractor, who ,
built   the  Winnipeg  general  hospital,
died at Toronto.    He was also a sergeant in the ��0th Battalion, Winnipeg
Uiiles.
A sample of prize wheat grown by
James Maynard. of Ih loraine, will be
Bent this week by the department of
agriculture to the governor-general
for presentation to the king.
Tha better farming special train,
conducted by the Manitoba department of agriculture and fiirjiislud free
of charge to the province by Vice-
President Bury, of the Canadian Pacific railway, Is on a month's tour of
thc province.
1
ALBERTA.
A big brick plant to utilize clay
from the mines is fo be built at Taber. '
I
Mrs. J,  l(.  Bouchard, of      Calgiiry.
was  killed   when  her husband's  auto ���
turned turtle.
T.   II.  Strlpp  of Tide  lake,  Alberta,  formerly  of   Elgin    county,    was j
killed by a fall from a horse.
Fire  which   did   130,000  damage  at'
Burdette,   destroyed   telephonic   communication with the outside world.
The  Ogilvle   Milling  company   will
build a 45,000 bushel elevator ai Ta- I
bor for the purpose of buying  wheat
ior    the    Alberta mills   at    Medicine
Har.
The Alberta Methodist   conference
went on   record  overwhelmingly    in
1 favor  of  asking  the  genera,  ennfer-
I ence to amend the laws that all    the
courts of the chureh be open to rep- 1
resentatlor. by women.
Central farmers' markets for the
handling nf mixed fari.i products, a
public stock yard, an sbbartolr, a cold
storage and ice manufacturing plant.
1 hay and wool storage warehouse, an
automobile storehouse, and a packing plant ere planned lor Lethbridge
this year.
SASKATCHEWAN.
The nev, Satkatchewan university
extension building will cost  1300,000.
Treasie Paacoe, the 15-year-old
daughter of Mayor Paseoe of Moose
Jaw, was shot accidentally and teri-
.ously wounded when   out   with other
girl guides.
Official announcement waa made ny
Hon. Robert Rogers, minister of pub-
lie works, that the government had
decided to erect two interior Btorage
terminal elevators at Moose law aui
Saskatchewan.
WHITE   ROCK   HOTEL
Comfortable  Family  Hotel
Forty minutes run from New WeBtmlnster on O. N. Ry. All tralna
atop at White Rock.
Fifty rooma, large Dining Hall, magnificent view of Bay and Gulf;
only five mlnutea from Railway Depot; Hot and Cold Water. Rooma
can be engaged en Suite, suitable tor children and families. European
and American -plan; gymnasium hall in connection, alao a store containing full line of groceries.   For termB and rates apply,
White Rock, B.C. P. GREYELL, Proprietor.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES
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.
Phone   473,  Queensborough.
and   tlie   man   wus   set
space on the main deck has been tak- Ison tf a tanner. Is wiser that Wilhelm,: headquarter
en up with securely lashed barrels of Ithe Bon of a king?"    And they shake  free.
molasses and Other commodities. The! their heads and say. "Oott, no, that I There are different social grades
reasel herself will be all ready for cannot be." But still they continue to'even in thu under-world cl prison hie.
sailing tomorrow, but the expedition shake their heads. It is a bad sign. Not long ogo a man was sent to Pent-
will nol be In readiness to start then, j For months the presses of Germany I bridge smteiiced for an offence so
There are still several Instruments to have groaned with the weight of Wil-I gross that the rest of the prisoners
arrive before the equlpmnt is com- helm jubilee literature. In hooks, combined to boycott him. They sent
plete. pamphlets,    magazines,    biographical him to Coventry, and the moment he
That   tho   expedition   will   have   a  works without end, he has becn ered- : was put into a "simp" or labor paify,
good ruppiy of huskies when it leaves! lted   with   all   the   progress   made  in | the other men flung down their tools
aging three machines
QUEBEC.
Arthur  Penny, assistant    advertls
ig   manager  of  the    Grand    Trunk,
Nome is guaranteed by fhe well found
ed statement to the effect that Allen.
' the winner this year of the Alaskan
'dog team sweepstakes, will supply the
expedition with one hundred dogs. The
dogs will lie taken on board at Nome.
Germany in the last iiuarter of a cell- and refused to continue work until
tury.     A   great   monarch  he  iB.  eer-   |,. |,aj left.
talnly. and It i6 unfortunate that old I \n official inquiry was held, and
Herr Bebel, the turner, so often erics! t|le ringleaders eaoh got two days
"Checkmate!" nnd sweeps his pieces "cells." But the very next day tne
from the board. undesirable was taken  off and  "trans-
Gustav V. 55 Today. [ermj l0 another prison.
Stockholm.  Sweden.  June  IV- -One |    yj,e suffragettes at Holluway tried a
of the most democratic of men who
ever sat on a throne ia Gustav V. of
Sweden, son of the immortal Oscar II.,
and great-grandson of Marshal Berna-
dotte, founder of the present Swedish
dynasty. Gustav celebrates his [iSth
birthday on Monday, and the day will
birthday today nnd the day bltaolh
lie celebrated as 11 holiday throughout
the country, and hy many Swedes on
lhis side of the Atlantic.
Sitting on a throne In regal state.
surrounded by fawning flatterers, may
he pleasing to some   monarchs,   but
i not to Gustav. Ile prefers a bench.
ind In never happh r thnn when dls-
I cussing Socialism, the relations of
capital and labor, woman suffrage.
and other vital topics, with his work-
ingmen friends, He has a number of
booncompnnlons among the "proletariat." some of thetn enthusiastic so-
"inlipts. and the discussions In (Jus-
tav's gardens, where the Informal
meetings are held, nre always earnest
���md at times acrimoniously argumentative. Gustav dislikes nobody so
much  us  the  men
no
cecd
lollies" strike, but did not sue
in obtaining freedom by so do-
ing. A thief named Dan Wadsworth,
did better in this respect. Dan who
weighs three pounds more than thirty
stone, was sentenced to sixty days lor
breaking the licensing laws. Hul
when he arrived ut the prison tlieu-
were 110 convict clothes which lie could
by any possibility get into, no cell
that w" uld Hbld lum, no bed nor stool
that \ ..ul.l b. ar Ins 4211 pounds Ol
solid li-sii.
The warden "f the prison sent lum
lmck to tae judge, and the latter aller-
e,i lud Sdlltence l" a line.
\\ Ith tho Charles
TED  HO WLAND
Royal 31 "'���< Com pan;. who opt n a
men; at the " . al tfc  ; :-' today,
summer    engage
with hlm, and. In this respect, he has
no reason to rind fault with his work-
Inftmen friends,
No ether living monarch goes ahout
so fre-ely among his subjects as Gustav. Nearly every day he takes
long wnlks through the narks nnd
Erects of Stockholm, without attendants or guards and with no thought
nf danger. Bhortly nfter he came to
the throne, in 11107. the king Fpent n
day tolling ns a stevedore, carrying
"oul from a ship In order that be
might e.'iin flrsl band knowledge of
the conditions of inch labo-ers. He
has also worked al other trades, In
oerlnds of labor troubles. The result
has hon the passing of laws vastly
Improving tho status of Swedish work
men.
The Bci-iailnttes have always been
a remarkably brilliant nnd gifted ram-
lly, and Ouatav and his sous are quite
aide to live up to the traditions of
the house. The crown urlnee, Gustav
Adolph, who married Princess Mar-
learet of Conr.nr-'ht pldeat daughter
j of the Duke ;r. 1 Duchess or Connaught, Is 1111 able, forceful and slul-
wart young man, and a famous sportsman.     Indeed,   love   or  outdoor   past-
times i.mi athletic sportc is a churuc-
Whit Ailed the Speech.
At Hie close ol one ol tbe sessions
in the trial ol Warren Hastings wbeu
most of those engaged bad gathered
in the anteroom Dr. Parr stalked up
and down the room 111 his pedantic,
pompous way, growling out praises ed
the speeches ol Pox and Sheridan,
out saying not a word about Burke's
who always agree j liurke, sensitive ul
this omission and
anxious for some commendation Iroui
the great authority, could nt lai-t con
uni himself no longer und burst out
"Doctor, didn't you like my
speech?"
".\n. Edmund," replied Dr. Purr.
calmly eying Ins excited questioner.
"Your speech was oppressed with met-
aphor, dislocated by parentheses and
itbilitateO by amplification I"
An Answer To Prayer.
Tlie Bishop ol London, In the course
,,f his mission st St. Paul's Church,
Knightsbriilge, saul he had received s
idler trom u mother about her daugh
ier who v.as lying seriously ill Irom
ner'v.us breakdown, 'lhe girl bad
heard the bishop preach belore she
became ill. and begged her mother to
sen,I ior the elders ol the church to
auuint  her With  oil.
The bishop himself went to her and
hi*, ministrations ended her shrieking
nnd raving ami she went to sleep.
���*I knew," suii! the bishop, "that
Jesus personally was with us, and
c.iuhl not help thinking ol the raising
,,l Janus' daughter. It seemed al-
most the same thing over again. Thin
Little girt believed in prayers."
J. H. Todd's Music House
419 Oolumbla   Street,  New  Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  AND DOMINION   PIANOS AND ORGANS
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
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in the Hardman Block, for rent. Suitable for lodge
hall, club room or light manufacturing. Good locality, well lighted and airy. Lease for term of years
will be given. Apply to Manager, The New Westminster News.
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Keep Out the Weeds
Weeds unchecked will ruin the crop.
It isn't sufficient to plough and sow well in
Spring and Fall and leave the rest to nature.
There arc weeds to fight.
There are weeds in Business, too���weeds of
competition and opposition���of public indifference from without, and of lack of enterprise
from within���weeds that unchecked seriously
retard business growth.
Cultivation is the only effective weed-killer.
Keep cultivating and the weeds never get a
chance to thrive.
There is a combination plough and harrow,
fertilizer and spray, for every business���an
effective weed-killer that will keep out the
weeds.
// is Advertising
It is not enough to plough and sow well with
advertisements in Spring and Fall and leave
the rest to human nature.
Human nature and the respect your customers
bear you arc not proof against the Summer
weeds that can thrive on rest and apathy.
You must keep busy in the hot weather���you
must keep cultivating.
Turn Summer dullness into activity by Summer Advertising. Plan Summer attractions
and plant for a crop of Summer profits, and
the Advertising cultivation will keep out the
weeds.
Keep Cultivating
Keep Advertising
KEEP  OUT THE WEEDS
Advice repinlinB your advertising probWs is available throiiRh nny recofrnized Canadian
advertising agency, or the Secretary of thc Canadian Press .Wi iation. Room ��03 Lumstlcn
building, Toronto.     Enquiry involve* uu obligation on you.- jjart ��� so write, if interented. PAOB.  EIORT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MONDAY,  JUNE   16,  1913.
Remember the Place-
33 Eighth Street,
and the telephone No. 2
TOILET  SOAP
We opened a new shipment of
Soaps today. We wish especially to call your attention to
Mother's Favorite Soap. Especially manufactured for mothers
and babies. Is very- mild with
luxuriant lather. With every
box containing threp cakes of
eoap we will givo away a Soap
naby valued at 16c The soap
retails for per box ��5c.
We also would call your attention to the Egyptian Glycerine
Soap. Daintily violet perfumed
and absolutely transparent. We
wlll be pleaBed to give you a
free sample, l'er box, 3 cakes,
30c.
Goodwin's Special Toilet Soap.
Very seloct and hard milled,
3 cakea 25c.
Wash Hag Castile Soap, eaoh
cake wrapped In a neat waBh
rag. Extra fine Spanish Caatlle.
l'e> cake 10e.
l.uxa Rosa, the soap par excellence. Expensive yet economical. Perfumed and nicely
boxed, per box 50c.
FRUITS  AND  VEGETABLES
Strawberries, 3 boxes   50c.
iMneaples,  each    35c.
Cherries,  lb ��� ��� 35c.
TomatoeB, hothouse, lb    ...35c.
Aprleota, Ib , 25c.
Plums,   lb      15c.
Peaches,  lb 25c.
Bananas, doz 30c.
Oranges, doz. 60c, 50c, 45c, 35c,
BUY  HOME  PRODUCTS
Spend    your    money    where
values demand.
THE
Public Supply Stores
The steamer Velma is at the Star
���shipyards receiving a new deckhouse
and   general   repairs.
L.
ADAMS       S. K.^IUGGS
PHONE 2.
Better
Than
Burglary
Insurance
A safe deposit box in our vault
l�� better than insurance against
fire and burglary, because It
protects while Insurance
partly Indemnifies.
only
'Insurance   can   not   make   up
to you for the loss of some keep
sake   or   article   of   sentimental
value.
A box renting for $5 a year Is
22 inches long, 5 Inches wide
and 2 1-2 inches high.
���The vault is the strongest
the   Pacific   coast.
on
Call  In and  Inspect it���it will
interest   you.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
���The Perpetual Trustee'
4% on deposits
I'aid
up Capital  and
   t:
Trusteeships for
Ice   creuin    grot Io,
bakery,  telephone  281,
proprietor.
Eighth    Street
A.  Hardman,
(1534)
The Harriers' club Will hold a meeting in the Y. AI. C. A. this evening at
7:80 to discuss arrangements for the
track meet this month.
National Finance Company, Ltd., for
Are. life and accident insurance. 521
Columbia street.   Phone 515.     (1537)
Experts on the river report things
peaceful ln the freshet line. At Mission the tide gauge yesterday registered 19 feet above extreme low water.
Oet It at the Iloyal Pharmacy.    41
Sixth street.   Tel. 1263. (1463)
The Sunday school classes of Miss
A. l.oree and Alias Forrest of the
Queen's Av*mie Methodist Church
held a picnic on Saturday at Coquitlam.
Floridora for the Hair, fragrant
and effective. Price 35c and 50c.
Frank Jeal, Tel. 339, City. (1442)
80,000 and 40,000 eases have already
been shipped to points along the toast
and another 50,000 cases are required
by the B. ('. Packers' association. Orders have been received for the en-
tlre"*I2,(Wl0,0a0 cans now stored In the
Koyal City sheds.
teur championship cf the province.
Tlie presentation was made to the
liritish Columbia Amateur Athletic
union,  who have  in    turn    appointed
j thret  trustees  to take charge of the
!contests to bo staged ihls coming
winter.    These are Gowan Macgowan.
.New WeslniiiiBter; .lames Mowatt,
Victoria; Milton Oppenheimer, Vancouver.
While nothing definite hns yet been
arranged, it Is probable that Wesiminster, Victoria and Vancouver will
form a three team league, each team
ito be picked from the Btur players of
We make awnings, tfnts and sails,
renovate carpets and draperies, remake and repolish furniture, manu-!each city who will play for the cup.
facttire cedar dress and waist boxes, I Any team in the province playing the
window seats and do all kinds of .amateur game will be eligible to com-
upholstery work in leather or tapes- pete for the trophy, so that at the end
try. We are the largest makers of 0f the league series in the spring, the
window shadeB, draperies and in upper country U'anis will likely enter
terlor    hangings.      Estimates    given,  challenges to the coast team winning
l.ees Limited.
(1481)
The R. C, E. R, company's men
have started the grade for the double
tracking of the tram lire to the Brunette mills switch. They are already
about half way down the asylum hill.
For everything electrical see W.
Day. House wiring and conduit work
a specialty. (1443)
Word was rece.ived from the department of public works at Ottawa on
Saturday that the time limit for receiving tenders for work on the jetty
at the mouth of the FraBer has been
extended from June 17 to July 2.
Excursion to Spokane Pow-wow. via
Great Northern, June 16, 17, 18. Return
limit June 23. Fare $16.90. Phone
263. (1538)
The Christian Endeavor societies of
New Westminster district will hold
their regular quarterly rally In the
Sapperton Presbyterian church this
evening. Three papers will be read
and a special musical program has
been arranged.
Delicious hot and cold lunches
served at the Nutshell during the
summer. Room 3 Dominion Trust
building. (1434)
Messrs. Mercer, of the Star shipyards, l.ulu island, are busy at work
on the big city dredge for the harbor
improvements. For the last few
weekB the builders were hampered by
the lack of lumber, but now the construction is being rushed on with all
possible  speed.
The Beat sale Is now open for Francis Starr who will appear at the opera
house In "The Cose of Becky." Prices
50 cents  to  %2. (1539)
The Fort Langley, the new gaBO-
llne hunt which will replace the Mina
W. on the river trade between Glen
Valley and New Westminster, underwent her trial trips very successfully.
She only awaits now the ordeal of
hull Inspection. The Fort Langley Is
expected to take up her run next week
and Is said to be a perfect flyer.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the
insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
(14441
Archie Cameron, a logger, who was
injured at a camp near Port Haney
in Saturday is now resting quietly at
the Royal Columbian hospital. Cam-
sron was struck by a heavy wire that
'napped and was thrown between
I "ome moving logs which were being
hauled Into the mill, one of the logs
passing over him. He sustained a
broken hip and some severe bruises.
Money to loan on flrst mortgages,
improved city and farm property.
Terms easonable.   Alfred W. Mcl.eod.
(1444)
Rose of Columbia lodge. S.O.E. held
their annual church parade yesterday
to St Paul's It. B. church when Rev.
Mr, Wincott preached an Inspiring
sermon. Yostcrday marked the 23rd
anniversary of tho founding of the
lodge and tbere turned out to celebrate the occasion "fi members and 26
Daughters of England, There were
10 or 12 past presidents in the parade
which was under the direction of
President W. Ramsay.
Gus Andersop, of South Wesl mins-,
ter, who was thrown from a wagon
two weeks ago, is lying seriously 111
In the Royal Columbian hospital, internal complications having set in
since tbe accident.
The annual music examinations In
connection with the associated board
of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England, were
conducted by a representative of that
collego In Mrs. Lennie's Btudlo, 329
Seventh street, thiB city on Friday,
the 13th inst. Seven pupils presented
themselves for examination, all being
successful. Two distinguished themselves by taking honors. The following are the names: Piano, primary,
Donne Mackay; piano, elementary,
Rochael Welch (honors). George McAllister: piano, lower division, Alice
Pnstil (honors), Dorothy Robinson,
Francis Johnstone, Margaret Johnstone.
the championship of the league.
Mr. Macgowan, who has just been
notified of hla appointment, will likely
attend a meeting In Vancouver In the
near future to discuss the details of
the competition.
SCHOOL  LACROSSE   LIVELY.
Six Juvenile Teams Play the Game on
Saturday.
Two schools lacrosse games were
played off on the Queens park oval
Saturday morning, the John Robson
school defeating the Richard McBrlde
h'jys to the tune of 8 to 2, while the
Herbert Spencers slipped one over
the Lord Kelvins by the same score,
8 to 2. Both games showed a great
improvement over the previous encounters and interest is increasing
every week in the Joe Lally cup competition.
The Hustlers defeated the juniors I
from the Herbert Spencer school 10 J
to 2.
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is
Surplus
.800,000.00
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Trusts undor Administration
    $6,217.983.95
Bondholders
J25.30S.000.00
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New West minster, Nanaimo,
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Montreal, London, Eng., aud
Antwerp, Belgium,
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hard plaster, gravel, sand, crushed
-ock. fuel oil and all kinds of towing.
Apply the B. C. Transport Co.. Ltd.
Phone 826.   Wharf phone 880.   (1445)
Mrs. Chas. Robson, St. George
street, will not receive tomorrow nor
again this season.
Mrs.  Spofford,  of  Victoria,  provin
cial  president of the W. C, T.  (J
expected in the eity this morning.
Mrs. Vera Agnew, 201 Queen's
ivenue. will receive on Wednesday,
Tune 18, for the last time this season
J. B. Lister. Canadian immigration
officer at Seattle, a former resident
of New Westminster, was in the city
on Saturday.
T. K. Caine, of Agnes street, left
yesterday with his second son on a
week's holiday in Victoria and the
sound cities.
Mrs. T. J. Marshall of Chilliwack.
who has been visiting in Vancouver
during the past week, will arrive in
the city today to attend the W.C.T.U.
convention.
Rev. E. S. Logie, of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Nelson, who has
heen occupying the pulpit of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church during the
absence of Rev. J. S Henderson,
preached his concluding sermon in this
city last evening.
H. Ryall and ('. S. Davles attended
Ihe annual picnic of the Vancouver
Druggists' association, held at Bowen
Island on Friday last. A full program
of sports was carried out. including
a baBeball game between the retailers
and the wholesalers, the former winning by a heavy margin.
WEDDING BELLS
LANGLEY���PARSON
At Holy Trinity cathedral Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock the marriage
was solemnized of Mr. Harry Langley.
of New Westminster, nud MIsb Lillian
arson, of Leicester, England. Kev.
Canon d'Easum performed the ceremony and Mr. Richard Ciillen and
Miss Kate Bird acted as groomsman
and bridesmaid,    Mr. and Mrs. Lang
y will lake up residence a; 318 First
reet.
CAMPBELL���COCKBURN
The marriage of Cyril Edgar Camp
bell and Miss Edith Mary Cockburn
both of Edmonds, and formerly of
Mlddlesborough, Yorkshire, England
tool; plarte at St. Alhan's church Sat
unlay morning at 1" o'clock. Rev. I)
Din.lop pertprmi d the ceremony. Mr
and Mrs, Campbell will reside at Ed
inonds.
CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY
Father   Swenccskie   Preaches    at    St.
Peter's.
A unique Incident  in the history of
the Roman Catholic church   in   New
Westminster occurred  In  St.   Peter's
church   yesterday   when   an   old   New
Westminster hoy. Rev, Father Anthony
Swenc-eskie,   U.M.I.,  sang   High   Mass
The Women's Auxiliary of the Royal [ln ""' morning and gave the Bl nedlc
Columbian hospital will hold their an. ltlon ln the evening, on the flrst   an
Kodaks
AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
Developing and printing
done on the premises.
Agents for the
EASTMAN
List prices.
Curtis Drug Store
Fer   PHOTO   GOODS,   SPECTACLES
and  SEEDS,
Phene 43;  L. D. 71;
New Westminster,
Rea. 72.
B. C.
an-
j nual session this afternoon in the
V, W, C. A headquarters at 3 o'clock
Reports will be read by the committees for the pasi year and officers for
the ensuing year will lie elected.    It Isl
expected that members of the city
j council and board of management of
' the hospital will be present. Every
.one interested In the work of the nux-
1 iliary is cordially Invited to attend
The I!. C. Transport Company takes
I mer    tiie    agency    for  the   Kilgard
pressed  brick  for   New  Westminster.
This Is the best brick nn the market.
Samples can be seen at lhe company's
i office.   This company Is also handling
the     Pender   island     common   brick:
large shipments are now being made
'to the company's wharf here. Call
iand see us for prices. (1425)
Delegates to the annua] convention
of the W. ('. T. U. will arrive in the
| city today and tomorrow and it is ex-
j pected that over 100 ladleB will visit
the city for the meetings. The provincial executive will meet this evening in the Olivet Baptist church and
the convention will open   tomorrow
morning. Tomorrow evening Dr,
Pldgeon, of Vancouver, will give an
address in Queen's Avenue Methodist
church. Mrs. Dr. DunlOp and Sister
Ethel, of Vancouver, will also speak
during the convention.
Ai the old Koyal City Mills sheds
tin-re nre at present twelve million
empty sanitary salmon cans stored
and each day the 38 msn employed
there ship aproxlmately 40uu cases
to different canneries In British Columbia. For tin- conservation of room,
the cans are being packed in heavy
boxeS, thus doing away with boa
nuking   at   the   canneries.     Between
ordination   io   ihe
hiirii
nlvi-rsary  of his
priesthood
Father Swenceskle, although
in Poland, came to Vancouver an s
child of seven years with his parents
and received his early education it
Bt. Aim's academy tin re. From Van
couver be came to the seminary, Nei
Westminster, and studied there foi
several yi ars ��Ith a view to the
priesthood. Thence he proceeded ti
Holy Angels college, Buffalo, U S. A
and finished his philosophical and
theological studies al Tewksbury
Massachusetts. He was ordained oi
June ir,, liii-j. hy bis eminence, Car
dinal O'Connell, at Holy Cross calhe
drill. Boston.
Father Deck preached at the cele
bration bt High Mins a most Impres
slve and appropriate Bermon on ilu
sacred duties and responsibilities al
taclied  to the  priesthood.
Many old friends or Father Swen
ceskie greeted him heartily al th.
close of the services upon his ret in t
and the young priest reciprocated the
kindly weelcome with equal warmth
expressing his joy at being onei
more amidst the scenes of his hoy
hood and hack lo the genial cllmati
of British Columbia after lhe rlgoroui
extremes of the east.
Father Swenceskle is the eldest son
of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Swenceskle, 219
Fifth avenue.
AMATEUR  ICE HOCKEY
Trophy Hunq Up for Simon Pure
Puck Chasers.
Amateur Ice hockey In British
Columbia haa been given a good
hooHt by the donation of a handsome
trophy by J. M, Savage, of Vancouver,
which will be emblematic of the ama-
DEVLIN   ZOUAVES.
One of  the  special  features of the |
many  that Wlll  be  presented by    tbo |
Sells-Floto circus this  season  wlll be i
the  famous  Devlin    Zouaves,    .which |
embraces a troupe of young men who
have no  superiors  or masters in  the
art of executing remarkable and difficult military  manoeuvres.    Theirs is
an object lesson in accuracy, deftness
and  skill.
One of tbe feature acts is that of
storming the fort. A huge, high wall
is erected presenting a formidable
harrier. With lightning like speed
these supreme conquerors of military
difficulties convert themselves into
human pyramids and in rapid rotation
scale the wall with arms, ammunition j
and accoutrements, triumphantly
planting tbe emblem of freedom on its
ramparts.
It can safely be said that, there Is
not a body of men wbo can approach
in the slightest the skill and wonderful exactness Of these remarkable people.
The Devlin Zouaves will be seen
here June 18 in the parade, which this
year promises to be one of the best
free Btreet spectacles ever given. It
might also be mentioned thnt the
Sells-Floto people still adhere to the
cut rate price of admission which is
25 cents. Those who do not care to
visit the performance of tbe circus
can find much entertainment by going to the circus lot In the morning
or evening ami hearing the concert
given by the Bernl Giant Serenadum.
which is the largest musical instrument  in the world.
Big Ad Tonight
AND
Tomorrow Morning
Take u Callorlc Firelesa
Cooker to camp with you and
your eating troubles are more
than half  solved.
LEES LIMITED
We sell all kinds of electric Fixtures and labor saving devices. Hot Polnta, KI
Tostos, etc.
674-678 Columbia Street
New Westminster
He Studies Tombstones.
Dickens and llahac, living bclorj
novelists walked in (ear ol libel actions, took the names of their characters from above the shop doors ol
London and Paris. Mr. Frankfort
Moore -confesses to an equally easy
but safer method. He draws the
names of his folk from tombstones
Dead  men  read no tales.
Time
For
It.
"I've
poi
the dot on
you
���'
"Then  I
KUeis
it's
time
for
me
tc
make a
da
b."
BOUNDARY   BAY
Maple  Beach   Park,    being    a  sub t
division   of   the   historic   old   Whalen j
estate at  Point Roberts, Wash., is at I
last on the market In 50x100 feet lots I
fronting  broad  streetB  and  with  perpetual   bf*ach     privileges.     This   has
beer, the camp ground for scores    of
local people  for yeara.    The lots an |
selling   fast,   many   people   procuring |
the  locations  they  had  occupied    as j
tenants  for  years.    I'rices $.130  and I
upwards, easy terms.   Hole agents,
CURTIS A  DORGAN ,
700 Columbia Street, City.
Buy a Home on Easy Terms
4-room bungalow, facing south, good view of river and gulf. Price $1700,
$200 cash, balance as rent.
3-room bungalow, 7 minutes walk from carline, good view. Price $1500,
$200 cash, balance as rent.
If you have good vacant property, will arrange an exchange for part payment.  Come in and see us about this.
We have several rooming house propositions, also houses to rent in all parts
of the city.
List your property with us, we can act as agents for absent owners, collect
rents, etc.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Westminster Trust Block and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
bone your order In early
ut not before 6 a.m. or
SPECIALS
New  I^iliI  Kggs 2 dor  $1.00
Cooking  Butter   3 lbs.  $' '���"
Pineapples, each  ���'������"..*
Grape Fruit  3 for 25c
Straw lurries, per dox  16c
Bananas, per dozen  30c
W. J. RUSE
(Successor to Ayllnfl * Swain.)
447 Columbia  St. Phone  93.
P. Burns & Co.,Ltd.
P
B
U
R
N
S
&
C
will  not find  us there.
We
always    glad    to    hear
from  you  and
ever sorry to see you.
0   phone   us   up   whenever you are hungry
we    will   e ndenvor    to
satisfy you and your
ompany.
��
*****
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VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. w. C. A.
Phone 1124
MATERNITY,  SURGICAL  AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
P. Burns & Co. Ltd.
Palace  Market, Columbia  St.,  Phones
1200,   1201,  1202.
Sapperton   Market,   Phone   1204.
Eighth   St.  Market,  Phone  1206.
Edmonds  Market.  Phone   L883.
THE DOMINION BANK
SI. (DMUND ���. OUE*, MP, PBCSiDINT. w   D  MATTHEWS. VKJI-PHESIOINT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
m?
C.plUI paid up    ��� $5,000,000
Rexrv. Fund $6,000,000
Tol.,1 Aunt. $70,000,000
"In The Old Country"
and In the new, Dominion Bank Letters of Credit and Travellers'
Cheques, are good as gold and safer to carry.
They may be cashed in any Banking Town in Ihe world, and
are self-Identifying.
Only Ihe owner can cash them���and if lost or stolen, they aie
of no value to finder or thief.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH :   0. H. MATHEW80N, M.nager.
CRESCENT BEACH
Take advantage of the Hus neHH Man's Train nnd make your
home at l'n socnt Ileach  (lllaekie Hpitl   for tho aummer months,
Train leavea at fi:30 p.m. dally, on and after .lune If,, returning In
the morning In time for business.   Crescent   Beach   affordH   ideal
conditions for summer homos, combining thn  best  of  bathing,   beat
ing at all stages of the tide togetiier with  tine beach.    Artesian  well
water to all residents.    Lot us show you this property.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
We writs Fire, Life, Accident, E mployere'   Liability,  Automobile  and
Marine Insurance,
B. C. ELECTRIC���INTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St.
For Vancouver via Cen
tral Park.
WEEKDAYS���'���* and 5.45 a.m.
and evory 16 minutes until 9
p.m. Half hourly-ilecrvlce until
11 p.m. with lato car at midnight.
SATURDAYS���IB nilnuto ser
vlco Is continued until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS���6, 7, 7.30 8 and
8..10 and every IB minutes until
11 p.m. witb lato car at midnight.
For Vancouver via
Burnaby
REGULAR  SBRV1CE-B.46  and
6.45 a.m. and hourly until 10 p.
in.,  with  late car at 11.30.
RUSH   HOUR  SPECIALS���7.30
a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
SUNDAYS-���8 a.m.  and    hourly
until  10 p.m.  with  late car at
11.30.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS���7 a.m. and every
hour until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 a.m.   and   every
huro until 11 p.m.
Connection  Ib  mado nt    Bb-
hour until 11 p.m.
and other points on Lulu laiand.
Fraser Valley Line
FOR CHILLIWACK AND WAY
STATIONS���SU5 a.m., 1.10 and
6.15 p.m.
EOR HUNTINGDON AND WAY
POINTS���4.0B p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

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