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VOLUME 7, Nlf> iJR 74
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NBW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY Morning, JUNE 1, 1915
PRICE  Kivh, . i
tweiy m
it w m
Last Year's Figures Reduced
by  Five  Mills  In   thc
Ddlar.
Assessment Increases Over Five Millions���Net Rate Jn Foroo to
Auou6t 15.
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'i *  i,;* i .-
ABOLITION Or WARD
SVSTfM IS REMEDY
Mr.   B.   G.   Walker  Discusses  Gjrr.a-
by'*   Prcblems���"Pernicious   Ward
System."
tl�� tax rate fo.'
struck being 24
mills net. Last
inllls^ gioss and
pi Imp reaS0'��, lor
increase of over
in
A considerable, and uo douht welcome, rvciuction has been mafle In
the city, ths ra e
mills gross or 20
,"��ar's rate was 30
25 mM>B net. T'ie
the decrease Is the
five million lollars
the citv's assessment. The rolls
are not yei finally made up so that
the e.\-ict figures cannot be given,
hut lust year's assessment amounted
roughly to seven and a quarter million-- ar.il this >car's will be ore:
thirteen millions.
Thi ('emaiids for the taxes n-C
usuell- petit o;'t dining :ho firat week
in July. and the lover rate Is in
force to nil who pay up before August
15. After that date the 24 inBls rate
will be in order.
TELEPHONE REFORM
APPROACHING CLOSE
District Traffic Chief    Visits ��� City���
Cvvitchjor.rd   Expected   Shortly���
CccJ-bye Tele,-,'hone CelL
No more waste of Ume and energy
rinalnp ifte telephone bfji : The
switchboard which io.-' n considerable
iiuii has i ..-..��� !���,. .1 the progressive
intention*: -ot   tht    Brittah Colombia
T'.i.', ii i (. coi:i| any. i., . .;, c.;���> tc
ai ri\,.   I.,,,*������:} a', i I   .
Mr,   ...    tj     FltQhl itilc*.    districi
trafllc  I ������������:'.. accom! :'.r.Se:l by an... .*
Official   f.(..ii    \ r.ric ;:i. e-r    vialicd   tlie
local otlce yesterday, tnd was nitc
in oonsulUttoa with ttie t wretary of
the boaid oi irr-.'?. VI.o 'otTI-iuls of
the in", my appeared mosl desirous
to pia i Ihe Westminster service <r.i
the besl possible footing:, pending tbe
new installation. Thla haa unavoidably been held ap b) the- (May in the
arrival of t!,e switchboard >vhi-ii
forms part of a very largo order
placed I the company some time
back.
The buiiaing on Carnarvon streel
is nov,- completed as far tn* possible,
and fcllov.inu the arrival cr the
switchboard the next seven >veci;s
will be Very h-isy ones ln local telephone circles.
ThU, however, means that on or
about August l.-thi? city should have
n thorontl'ly satisfactory te1enhon*>
ecrviie, and Ihat Die hells now in
use will he discontinued, and the removal of the receiver win place the
user in communication with lhe
.operator.
���on
NOT FOR SEATTLE.
.'SpanisH-Arrert'an Veterans Oppose
Emma  Goldman  Speaking.
Seattle, Mav 81.���TCmnii Goldman,
"talented I'n'rrhist," wlll never lecture on her doctrines of anarchy, an i
the folly of religion in Seattle. Leaders anient the Spanls'i-Amorican War
veterans, who have aliculy exhibited
their patriotism In suppressing the
red flap In this city, today declared
that lf Vai or George F. Cotterill did
not prevent  her, Ihey would.
"There will be no boldfaced preach-
int? of .aurrchy In this city hy an
avowed rnd icnstful anarchist," they
riiilniaiw.il. "V*'t do not approve ot
violence, and ''ill nni coiiitenancf
It, hut trf'.'C tIj���-Icks there Bre stern
which we wlll tike lf necessary to
maintain thu iemulation Seattle una
already mjwle for itself as a patriotic
(Tty. We 'lo not care to have the
irest of the world know that we have
���nestled In owr bosom such a viper as
Emma Goldman or her manager, Ben
Reitman.
���"Seattle ie a law-abiding clt>-; and
Its citizens love St. boost fo- it, and
are hopeful fur Its future. They love
the country anl thelr flag. They love
tho principles of free government.
Many of them fought, for the flag, or
had relatives In the conflicts. We
will W3t permit any s'andeiar of our
government or ouv fag to insult them
publicly In our midst.
"If the mayor and other authorities
will not keep her out, we will."
Edmonds, May Hi.���Tho abolition
of the ward system, the crealln^ of
an additional warl In the northern
section of Burnaby and threats of the
Ratepayers' Association In North
Brrnaby either to work for a separate ir.unlrlpalitv. or to Incorporare
thnt district Into a city area, has
caused no little talk during, the pas!
week in Burnaby. In an Interview.
"��� r. B. 0 Walker, the president of
the Burnaby Board of Trade, yester-
flav expressed the following opinion:
"I am of the opinion that tbe
movers of this matter liave not dnly
considered what snob a step would
mean. It Is a fact that some feeling
he? heen exrressefl hy "ivEelf and
Others as to the advleaMlity and de-
slreabilitv of appl'lij? for a ch-mle-
for the ltd monds district. whe"p'the-*>
is a much stronrer- plea to start such
p stei. on n"co!iiit of thc larpe ror>r'->-
���ion nnd tb�� numbc of nev hoises
"������'li'-h are heln", built In :hrt neigh-
' crhf��o-l as well as ]n Kast Burnaby.
Bul those who are mflct anxious that
������r. should get the pd-antnees pertaining to a cltv ani "at th-? ramc
��� ime secure arril net anv rcssibllitv or
'x-inp- absorbed by ariioining municl-
nalities. are fully cognizant thnt the
time is not rlup for ua to put Into
*r'irt|-'al or��*atlon the clauses of the
Municipal Incorporation Act which
hns to he compiled with as preliminary to an a- -.lication for a city charter, .'"���'uch less I- North Burnaby in
a res' 'on to aoply for one
"it would not rest with tlie persons
who mav pign a retitioti to that effect, though willingness might be
nractlcallv bnamimous. inn p* to *hls
we ha.c lit.'e o- no Information. The
real pinch would come with rerrani
tc the remainder cl" 'ho municipality.
It is quite conceivable that o-.ving to
the extensive municipal Work nnder
- nstructlon end the handed UrteM-
edne?�� os a " ho'e, t';>' r sfene o -
position wonld be e^ertt X m q-*o..
rn   a-i'i  .-!!irn  of this   nat ire  am'   w��
'-nev   .v'-nl (lie ��Tc-*  -.i-on'.) if > ��� -
the  I'vim'i'o  fifiiir'l   ���;,   Vl-rc-'-'
hen ;'���.- mrrrter was hnynrtl Ijefo -.
���'-.cm. v.;'.' natural ftn8ln�� of flw fn'-
imVnl   wor Id   In  the   face   or ccn-
sidcnlile e-.'i orltlcn. iysa towards al-
'owing ther matter to rentals hi ttatu
.-" r-nv.ir-.- mighty rector ostaiact the
,-vo; osiilrn i'i the fact bet the rc-
Eervoir, which will supply the entire
"��� ���-.'iri-clit . Is located ra North Burnaby, end the piesent ���mnnicipaTiiy
mis' retain the ownership or the
system.
"I am strongly of the opinion and
hiMo alwaye teen. :'rat. the real remedy for Xorth Burnaby as weB as the
whole distlct Is the aholitlon of oui
irc^ent jefn'.cioiis ward s' Etem. Tho
argumen' Ihat North Burnaby might
ntn ...et divert renresentntion from i:r*
ml 1st on the municipal counr'T c'oes
not amount to anything at all. The
days are h^L never to return, when
a councillor fs supposed to be a ktnd
of overseer of wor'c falling, within the
limits of hl-s particular ward. We
have no Ufta for the man who ran
stand on the public platform and
boast thut he got so much money for
his ward while other councillors have
rot less. Our present svstem calls
for competent heads of departments,
and 1 pav lt with all respect, that If
the present m?n are not capable.
then the council should procure better otlicialp."
IBOINE IS
RISING RAPIDLY
FISH INDUSTRY
IS IN DANGER
River Very High at Brandon- a ��. Commissioner Tells Am-
Winnipeg In No Danger
From Flood-
Tag Day at the   "Peg"    Was    Great
Success���To Survey Greater
Manitoba.
Winnipeg, May :n.���Tiie Astlni-
boine iher is very high at Brandon
and has broken tin caah the dam nt
Mclwood higher up. It is rising at
Winnipeg, hut no fears of flood are
entertain*! here.
Tag uay was a great success.
Twelve hundred woi Iers were out
and few escaped them. Fifty thousand tags weie srrtrl by lOrTJO a.m. Tbe
proceeds villi go to ths Ninette sanitarium tor consumptives,
Olive iilsh, daughter of \v. A.
Irish, ol -j.it) Si.oncc street, was ran
o>er this -ir.o:nim, by a motor ear,
while she .vas Belling tags In district
11, near Sherbrooke and Poru>ge.
Bhe v.as knocked down by an auto-
moblle which passed o.-cr her left.
leg, causing a severs break.
J. B. Tyreli, D. L. N., arrived ia
the <"!!>' this morning en .oute to
surveying the boindarics of Gieater
Manitoba. He wil! have a party of
Nippon Indians as guides, liugh
McDiarmid, an oid R, N. W. M. P.
man; L. li. Stewart, W. B. McPherson and L. Thompson will accompany
him.
ALLOW AMERICAN
MARINES 19 LAND
FELL UNDER TRAIN
AND CRUSHED FOOT
While attempting to board a moving C, P. H- train at the corner of
Beirbie and Front streets yeeterday
afternoon, a Norwegian name.' Hit
.lohanson Akmaa, was seriously ln-
Lrieu. The man. 5n company wltn
two ot'ie's of the same nationality,
was eald to ho going hack to the
riinacllaii Northern c.anfrs, ond Jumped the train as it was gathering
P'��>ed leaving the C. P. B. depot. He
fell under the train, a wheel of which
jassed over his foot.
Drs. Walker aud Kenny were called
ln on tbc case ond at once orderei
his removnl to the Roynl Columbian
hospital, where Br. Walker lound it
ncocssaiy to amputate tiie front portion of one of his feet.
SOY  SWIMMER  WINS
CANADIAN OLYMPIC TRIALS
fiNGRAVED LOCKETS FOR
WINNERS OF  LCA
SUE
- Montreal. May 3.I.���George Hodgson the bov swlmmor, won easy
vlctoties tonight in the 100 yard nnd
quarter mile c.enta of the first
rights trials. His time lor the
former was 51 3-5 seconds, ln the
ouarter mi'e he won at his lcls.ro.
hi3 timo beins t n.Mutes 10 Beconls.
The executive of tl..- Ker lor Amateur lacrosse team laat ovenln" "'e*
elded to award to the '"innevp of the
Intermediate league suitably civrav-
ed locketB, something nfter the same
manner as those leceivel by the
Westminster hockey team aftc.v th"j
won the Pacific Coast championship.
The amateur Hport is to be fostered
In this city, the public will attend
the games if the class of play la up
to the standard  and  this recent ac-   ,    . ,,,,.,,,,,..,
tion by thc senioiB is a worthy one..)n marjr places
President Cohict of Cubn Tclenraphs
to   General   l.lcnteagudo���Free
to  Pursue   Rebels.
Havana, May Sl.���President Come
t.inl' ht tole��iayhCd General M on tea-
feudo, tho <-omiiian.'��;'-in-c-U':cf of the
Cuban arriv.. who i-j at the scene C.
tho hostilities in the province of
Orlente, staling thai t.ie genera.
might permit American marines to
laud on Cuban soii to i;uaid foreign
pioperty.
The dcspr.tch added that the Cuban
forces then might r.ll.e fiom gua, :!-
In--- surh places and devote ib-sia-
Ee!ve3 to pursuing the insur.rents.
erican Committee Home
Truths.
Questions   Right to   Keep  Inadequate
Laws on Statute Book���Har-
Mony Sought.
SIXTY BUILDING
PERMITS ISSUED
May's   Record  Was Good  One���Total
$170,230��� Five Months' Figures
$883,723.
DARROW TRIAL
IS SENSATIONAL
Job Harriman Is Alleged to-
Have Supplied Money
CAMP FOR  BOYS.
Rev. Sovereign   Lectures to  Boys of
Y.  M.  C. A.
All who were fortunate enough to
listen to' the able descriptions of
rump life as jortrayed last night in
lhe Y. M. C. A. gymnasium by Kev.
A. II. Sovereign, could not fall to be
impressed with the tremendous possibilities for good which the scheme
holds forth  to tbe  boys of thia city.
The Y. M. C. A. of Weat minster is
this year holding for the first time a
summer camp at White Hock, so the
Rev. Mr. Sovereign, who has chr.rgc
of St. Mark's Kitsilano, and ls a
brother of the Y. M. C. A. physical.,
���director, Mr. B. I. Sovereign, came
over to tell the hoys and tlieir parents something of the camps which
have been hell on bowen Island hy
l'he boys of Christ Church and his
own parish in Vancouver.
Some score or more of young people weie present nnd the gallery held
a sprinkling of their parents. There
weie over sixty slides illustrating
the happy healthy life of the hoys
In tlicse summer carh'is, where whilst
belnp: ln perfect safety and under
(���'ulciouB control, they ar" free as the
air to revel ln games and sports and
Lesh surroundings.
"The man who climbs a mountain
cannot but believe in Ood" was one
of the bright sayings of thi lecturer,
and hii stories of river and field unl
citv held the hoys and their ciders
entranced for the whole of un" instructive and pleasant eveslng.
Visitors from Kamloonc.
Mr. Ovvei N'otrls and Mr. E. .1.
Hosier, Uo prominent, residents of
"amlooiiS. icnchccl the city yester-
dny. Knrn'oopn la at present await-
lir" some announcement an to tho
ilans of lhe C. N. R, aTect'ng: the
location of tho denot and "ards there.
It U understood that the O. P. R. will
build f om thc Alherta shfe through
the Yellovhcnd antl down to Kam-
Icopo A gi'"9t deal of bullOing ls
going on In the Inland. toWn. and cement sidewalKs are being put down
SPECIAL MOVING  PICTURE
MATINEE AT OPERA HOUSE.
The management ot the opera house
ls cerlftUily making good in the moving picture field. Theie Is at the
opera house the largest picture that
ts" shown in R. C. The sire of It Is
18 by IB square feet and the pictures
are as clear as they are big. Everybody who hn3 paid a visit to the
opeia ho'ise since It has opened as a
moving [ieL're honfc. has come nway
satisfied. The subjects that are
shown are of first class cder and
the nr.islo ls exquisite. This featn-e
alone, l? worth the price of admli-
slon. There is to be a s-ecial matinee for scholars this afternoon nnd
the-e I? no dei11 hut that the opera
hou.'o will te full of scholars.
Chim? Clark Leads.
PtO'-ldcnce. R. I. Mny 31.���Retirns
f in IS out��� of 7G volliiar districts In
the -slate In the Democratic proel-
den hi] prefeentlal piiniaries gives
Claru; 188; .Wilson, 173; Underwood, 1.
Seattle, Alay 31.���The fishing industry in the Puget Sound waters
'.vill he ��\i;ed out within ten years, ir
the Btate of Washington does not
adopt more s-ttingent laws and see to
the enforcement of those already on
the statute books, was the statemeni
made by John Pease Babcock, head
of the Biitish Columbia flsh commission, who, with his colleague, Douglas
Uell Mclnljiu. contorted here today
with Governor Marion IS. llay and a
special senatotial committee appointed by the l:ra4. legislature.
The members    of    tlie Washington
commission  aie  Senator    j-itnry    M.
White, .losiah    Collins.    D. M.Tro.\.
Frauk J. Allen anl Ralph Nichols.
Demand Fair Play.
"We do not question your right to
obtain Ihe largest posEible number of
flail out of yonr wateis. but we do
question your li^ht to keey inadequate laws on jour statute bcoks."
declared Mr. Babcock. "We question
your light not to sec to ii that your
waters ai a properly policed to prevent the wholesale disobeyancc of
the law.
"We are Interested vitally in what
you do, and we demand fair play, so
that oar Industries may be preserve!,
"Your legislature hr.s not carried
out lbe agrc^.iicut made hetween the
Canadian government and a commission from jour state; your closed
season hiws and your-thirtv-siv hour
weekly closing li.-.s are nat enforced;
traps and purse nets arc used in
closed seasons and instances of dynamiting are known.
"1 'ha sockc. e salmon is being deplete:! everj- tear and I ran show yot
t'tf.'ia.,.! rl:o,* in:; :i slarl/ins 'tccrc.is?
of ms v?' t��'v Th" srpawnta??'- iwrt.?'
of sockeye Kalmon arc now barren
lute oui of toui year3."
Americans  Make  Dcniil.
Tiie assertion of Commissioner
Pahcock met with denial on the part
of 'representatives of fishing industries cf th-a state, of whom theie
were a large number present.
it waB generally admitted by everyone piesent that the state fish cora-
missioner needed a lar:;.? inc.;ease In
assistants and that the police patrol
should be more than doubled to insure the enforcement of the law.
Governor hay opened the meetin
with a statement that this meeting
hid been arranged to bring about
haimony between the two departments of British Columbia and Washington and that laws should be discussed whieh would, best jprotect one
of the most prominent Industries of
the Pacific northwest.
The returns of the building inspector's department for' the moirih just
past are in every way a satisfactory
indication of the gro,,th cf the city. J P
Sixty lermits KO.e issued of tae
value of J170.2SO.
Compaie.I with the figures fcr May
1 last year this sum appeals at fliit
to be at a considerate ditaU'.auiUoC.
those figures being C2 rermlts :ot He
vuiiie of $290,266, hut of this tot
more than haif was made
for Bribe.
ranklin  in  Box���Kew  Names Introduced���Three Juror3 Turned
Him  Down.
Los Angeles,   Cal.,   l.i.iy   si.-
><tiue oi tfitu.jsoo, nut or    mis    tot..'       i-us Angeies,    Cal,    Slay    "l jol>
eo that, if this ba deducted for  tht!     ;. Angeles   on    tbs   Socialist
purpose of com; a ison, it -vl!] be
seen that the $140,263 tbc-u lefl
shows that a; art i'ro.ti large pennl.s
such as the building of the h'.r:'- Ir
question, there hn> been a ccr-Hld? ���
able inrieaBe in the cr'lnaiy business, in tact ��c!l over 20 per tc:::.
/ For the five monthB of the jtar
elapsed tho figures are 21(> permits
issued, value ?'i8S,728.
Permits for lhe week ars e'.-aven
in number, and of the value cf $'-<*>.-
0">0. Tivo new houses ap; eared >es-
lerday on the list, Mr, W. A. Bennett
will erect a $1500 four roomed bungalow on Shlle3 street, and Mr. C. A.
Bournes will bull.l a $llo0 four
roou-.ed obttage on Cumberland
street.
STIFf SENTENCE
EOR GUILTY MEN
McWaters   Gets   Three   Ycarc���'
Fiendish Crime"���Two Year
for Bozak.
Mosl
REFUGEES ARRIVE
FROM CHIHUAHUA
Americana  and   Germans   Are  Given
Special Train Only After Consul's Demand.
Juarez, Mexico, May 31.���Seventy,
live German und lift; American re-
lugees, the fortmer mostly women and
childicn, arriveJ heie tonight on a
special train fiom Chihuahua, the
llrst in nearly three dnys. They declared that a means" of leaving
Mexico ha.l been pro��lded by the
rebels only after insistent demand
for it had been made by Marion
Letcher, ihe American consul.
MYSTERIOUS STABBING
PUZZLES THE POLICE
Seattle, May 31.���A mysterious
sfahhlng affray sent Charles, alias
"Rharxey," Peterson, a well known
pollce character, to the city hospital
last nlgbt wilh a wound in the abdomen. Peteison. and his companion,
john Eli nie. a miner, tell what the
police say Is an Improbable storjc of
the stabbing.
The men say that Pete son, several
yards ln front of hla companion, was
at First avenue and Union street al
IX o'clock this morning, when two
nfifin accosted Peterson and a moment
later a knife flashed and Peterson
went lo the pavement with a long
dr��>p gash in the abdomen. Hc was
assisted Into a hotel near by and ihe
polio patiol wagon sent for.
Although the men give a description of two men >vho are suppose!
to havo committed the r.ssault, the
police nie dubious. Peterson bus
been a'restod u numher of time-, b)
the police on disorderly person
charges.
Birnie Is held at pollce hcadquar
teis while the tolice endeavor to
ctear up the stabbing. Peterson's
wound is palhful, but not believed to
be sei ious.
McWaters was sentenced to threi
yeara in the penitentiary at the 6es
sion ot the nsplfe couit .veate;<i.?.v.
Al liie Bume lime his <ounsel save
no.ice   tliat -h*   n/ty.tld   iojee   tho   care
to the court cf apyfaL   he objected
th; t   the  crorvn  faiUl  to  prove  any
Intent with ves;eci    to   the    torged
documents, that some of the exhibits
had been Improperly admittel 113 evidence, tiiat lt had not heen propel ly
iro.ed tbat thc evchiel of the Burnaby poilre force could not be retched and hence his evidence was    tm-
propeily  admitted.    Hi'3  lordship  admitted that there were seme groun is
for objection on minor points, but refused to change his opinion.   He said
that the matter could be decided b.v
the couit 'of appeal.
.McWaters was asked if he had anything to say and declare.! that he
was Innocent, asked that consideration be taken of the fact t!>at he had
been in jail already since last July,
and that he had an aged father and
two small chlldien to look aft*r. The
man also said that it was his first
time in trouble of the kind.
The justice prefaced the sentence
with the remark that the crime was
one of the most fiendish that could
well be imagined and showed that
the man was either a pronounce!
criminal or of unsound mind. Unde-
the circumstances the least he could
do was lo sentence him to three
years to taUe effect from the present
tlmo.
Bozak wns sentenced to two years,
and thc judge ans.vered the plea of
the prisoner's counsel. Mr. Henderson, for lonlcnc'- thnt that waa the
best he could do and that he was
thinking of the man's food as well
Antonelli also was given a rentence
of two yoais. Tbe justice sail lt was
a sei ious ci ime, shooting with Intent
lo do bodily  lia. in.
YOUNGSTER'S EPFED WAS
DAZZLING TO WOLGAST
Philadelphia. May 31.���Champion
Ad Wolgast and Voung Jack O'Brien
rought a fast sk round bout before
the American Athletic cluh tonight
and at the end. the advantage, lf any.
was with the champion.
O'Rrien was the cleverer, but his
blows lacked force while those of
Wolgast made the Philadelphia boy
wince.
in the second round Wolgast dop-
ped O'Brien ror tbe count of nine
but tbe blow dil not stop the 'O'nv
ster's speed, which ut times dastfeil
Wolgast.
R< jeoted Suitor Shoots.
Seattle. May 31--Miss Effle Lassen
and Geot;e Kelton were shot to
death tonight !>���/ Joseph Miller, said
to be a 1 ejected suitor of Mi S3 Lassen's.
CRICKtT   CLUB   TO
PLAY   VANCOUVEa
The We-tminster Crlclret Club will
meet lhe Vancouver ( lib this afternoon ou Mocdy Sr.uare. ln the serond
leasee pnme or thi? season. /Uier
their vic'crlps ovsr Burrards an.l thi
Cedar Cottag/. elevens inst ve?'c. thc
loca's fee' con rl lent of putting nn a
good game a<v'*!rt *'ip c-a^k e'e',e'n
of the maln'nnd
ist
ticket, sat today within the b = r at
the t.iai of Ciuren:e K. Lar tor/, for
aiibgej Juiy biiliiuo-, ni.u heard him-
805? accused of biinr; the mat: .vho
had provided Larrov, .-JUi the alleged
b:ibe money. Later iu the da- he
li-eard tha eame .vitr.eaa, Beit H
i'ranltlin, testifying for the state,
quote Lancv 113 tstnllip to bl/u: "if
you mention my name, 1 Jrant you
also to mention what you know about
Job liuiilmaii,'
EensationB were crowded thick and
fast into today's sessions cf ttie trial,
following each  other  th  such   rapid
succession that the entire dav might
he described as one continuous thrill
culminating  in  the  beginning  of    a
rapid  fire cross examination ot    the
stale's principal    v, ilness    by    Chief
Counsel Koters ror the defence.
Dramatis Ter.\\many.
Franklin's testimony on direc'   examination today v.as at    times   dramatic in the extreme, the witness departing from his ai parefat willingness
to tell all he knew,    to a   sseming
ioftthness  to  pivc  evidence  concerning close fricnis    whom    hc    subsequently tliew into  Ms stoiy of  i:t-
corruplion. Tadce he appeats.l to the
cou,t,  once  when   he   v.as  aste-d   to
name  a man   who  v.as  sa.M  to  have
odercd a brine to n lenir-eman    ,v,th
iviionj he was negoliafing an J    ajain
when    Assistant    JJis.'ricf    Attorney
Ford asked him (o tive tho naa.es of
.'lirte men  whom lie had approached
with  olteia ol bribes.
Ji\>r tiio Brat time sJAwiSW!i��.'*r-*s*-
of Franklin and tha indictment of
himself and Darrow tie nanjers of
roipeclhe juroro other than I.oc";-
wood and Bain, nilec,e i to have 1. sen
sought to be bribed wore ir.;; '.cl
into the case.
$4000 for a Juror.
Frankliu said that he had cn'"ed
into negotiations with A. K. Kruger,
of thc Palms, and had been "turned
dov��n" by thiee others. Guy Yoaldn,
a Los Angeles cigar dealer; John S..
Underwood, a local iron worker, and
Flank .Smith, of Covlua.
Franklin appealed to the court
when asked to mention the names of
the men he saitl he had approached
as they were all his friends. A short
time before he had made a similar
appeal when asked the name of the
man who was said to have appioach--
cd Kruger before he had.
The witness e.xhihite:' much emotion when he related his conversation with Kruger in wbich he said
Kruger had lold him another man
had offered him $4000 for his vote as-
a McNamara juror.
Kruger,  he said,  wanted  to  know
if they were both  working for-    ther
same side:   He named a Los Angeles ;
lawyer, heretofore not mentioned in
coiiiicciic.il with the McNamara case,.
winch drew a pfbtest from Attorney
Rogers.
Franklin testified that ho had toll!
Darrow after his arrest for attempting to bribe Lockwood, that had Dar^
row not been presert when he wasi
arrested, he had intended to '.urn
Lockwood over to tho police for accepting a bribe.
Had Been Dstrayed.
' That was," asserted the witness,
"when   I  found   that   Lockwood   had
tarried traitor to me."
He said that when be saw detectives near the scene of the'ineeting
with Lockwood, he knew he had been
betrayed. Darrow's presence at the
:>iact* and time of Franklin's arr��3t
'ho latter explained by saying he ha-',
beeu Informed that Lecompte, one of
the associate counsel for the McNamara defence, had telephoned to Darrow, telling him that Franklin wa* .
about to get into tronble. Darrow,
he said, had gone here to warn him.
This pracllcally concluded Franklin's direct examination.
Chief Counsel Rogers of th> do-
fence then began his cross examination with questions concerning
Franklin's past relations with Lock-
wood and the former's expressed willingness to have Lockwood punished
Ior accepting a hi ibe.
"1 was doing my best to pet cut of
t^e scrape I was in," declared Franklin.
The rllnens denied that he hr��d
heen of ered Immunity, bit sail he
knew the law grantri lim immunity
when be went ou the stand for the
ptosecutlon.
SIR CHARLES TUPPER
EN ROUTE TO COAST
the team: L- A. White (capt.): K. A
Rose, R. V. S'-oTolh, T. Y. Hebron,
W. A. Wells. Rev. B. R. Bartlett. W.
Hockley, C. H. Judd. W. S. M. Johnson, T. Yoadon ahd T. D. Sheriff.
Winnipeg,    Kfty    "L���<?lr    Chirlc"r.
Tapper arilvo-l in the city st    neon
to'ny. hut only   re-nataed    a   short
The following l8't.!.uo   leaving on the nf I ernoon tnirr
for the const. \vh"-es.ho Will te^M*
for the present with hia son. Sir hibbert Tupper. Sir Charles Is standing
the journey well and ia said to be In.
fairly good health, ���MQETWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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��� One cent per word for day.     ���
��� Pour   cents   per   word   per   ���
��� week. ���
��� No advertisement accepted ���
"��� tor less than 25c. ���
-���       Birth,   deatli   and   marriage   ���
��� notices 50c per Insertion. ���
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��������������������������������������������������
TO  RENT.
TO LET���A SUITE OF HOUSE-
keeping rooms, famished, on
giouiiu floor, at 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���TWO OR THREE TUR-
nished housekeeping rooms. 1)20
Third  avenue.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRBSSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 5f) McKenzie street.
WANTED���ENGLISH WOMAN DE-
siica post as housekeeper; thoroughly domesticated. Mrs. Davis,
215 Regina street.
WANTED���WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Windsor hotel.
WANTED���A GENERAL, SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. w. G. MacQuarrle, 10
Albert Crescent.
LAND WANTED���WE HAVE CL1-
onis for two quarter sections either
in Surrey, Langley or .Matsiiui;
wonld like some alder bottom land
and easy clearing prefened. Price
must be rock bottom. Address,
National Finance Company, New
Westminster.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
WANTED���AX OFFICE BOY IMME-
dlately. Apply Diamond and Corbould. room 1. Lavery hlock.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED      ROOMS.
406 Agnes street.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply 3'24 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 41U Dixon street, off
Harvey,   Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 705 City.
FOR KENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
hlock.    Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
stieet.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
TWO LARGE SIZED LOTS on Hamilton street close to Sixth street car-
line, 100x160 and all cleared. Price
$2300.    Good terms.    No.  10.
LARGE LOT ON FIFTH STREET,
all cleared and cn the widest street
In the city. Price only ��1500. one-
third cash, balance ti, 12 an.l is
months.   No. 324.
WANTED  ���  A   ROOM   WITH  THE   0.N  FOURTH  STREET���Good   lot in
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by plain work-
logman.    Please state terms.    Ad-I
dicss Hox 77,  Daily News office.    (
Wanted -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPLV
cafe,    opposite C. P. il-
tirst-class locality, all cleared and
in grass; size 52x150. Price pi-loo,
one-third rash. 1 '.'.lance t;, 12 and 18
months.    No. 223.
ON HILL STREET���Two large sized
lots. Price !fiS75 each, one-quarter
cash, i'., 12 and 18 months,   No. 355.
MARKET   |
REPORT
MONEY   TO   LOAN   ON    RES1DEN- I ON  HIGH    SI3E   OF TORONTO  ST.
tial i roieily;  lowest   current   rate,
payable in five years with privilege j
of repayment In throe: easy month-j
ly paymenl plan.   National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia stieet.
Three lots all cleared. Price JS00,
one-quarter cash, 0, 12 ana is
months.   No. 200.
FOR 8ALE
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,
inos>t ntw.    408 Fifth street.
AL
iron BALE���FIViH ACRES, CRES-
oent Beach summer resort, $250
per acre.  Box 66,  Newa office.
The People's Tru3t.Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
MUNICIPALITY       OF      BURNABY.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
��X��R SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Scjuare.
TENDERS FOB HIGH SCHOOL.
Scaled tenders Superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
I*. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will be
-received up to 5 p. to* of Wednesday,
llth of June, 1912, for the erection
nnd vompletion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tlpperary, Royal avenue, New Westminster.
Separate   tenders   will   be   received
for electric lighting and  heating and
���.ventilating.
Plans and  specifications     can     be
obtained on application to tho under-
;-iioitfl on receipt of a deposit   of $10
���which will he refunded on the return
��� of plans.     Each   tender  must  be accompanied     hy    nn     accepted     bank
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
���chartered bank In Canada, made payable    to    the Secretary of the    New
Weatminater School Hoard, for a aum
equal to live  (5l per cent, of his tender,  whieh shall  be  forfeited  if    the
party  tendering decline   to  enter  into
���contract  when  called  upon  to do so.
The cheques ��r certificate* uf deposit
or unsuccessful tenderers will be   returned  to  them  upon   the  signing of
the contract.
Thc lowesl or any tender not neces-
warily nccepted.
OARDINBR & MBRCER,
.Architects to the Bchool Trustees,
.New  Westminster,   B.C.
Taxes,  1912.
I Notice ie hertiby given tbat the REBATE period expires on Saturday,
June 2!Hh. 1312, and that positively
no RERATE wl'l be allowed if payments are not made, or remittances
actually received at the Municipal
Hah on cr before that date.
Tax Demands have been despatched to the la*t known ad'dresses of
owners, and any persons liable for
Tuxes not having received their demands, should mak1* application to
the undersigned, giving full particular? as to description of property.
W.   H.  GRIFFIN,
Collector.
Edmonds,  May 2?,,  1912.
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY-
WORKS  DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
The hridge on the River road near
the Boundary Hoad Is unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons nstn1,' It
are hereby notified to go slowly, anil
observe caution In crossing.
All patties using this bridge do so
at their own  risk.
Hy order.
FRED  L.  MACPHERSON.
Municipal Engineer.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wantel���Teacher for slnplnp in the
"N����w Westminster schools, duties to
���comnenOe Sei tomber i. Applications
.-M.-i:i - Qualifications and salary re-
���-tiuirpfl to v. ach the secretary's o"lce
mot later tuna noon of luiie 30,
I..  AVORT WHITE.
tSccretarv   Board  of  School  Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
JSuVlivistorr. 83 and 00,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
M 103, DAILY NHS OfFICE
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
Phone 295 Office, Curtis Block
TO RENT���Two good houses, one cn
London street, tii iooiiip, possession Juno 1, $2". per month; one
house on Fifth avenue, sewn
rooms, modern; immediate possession; $30 per month.
FINE BUSINESS SIT?, rn Sixth
B'r et, W2 fact on Sixth rtrect. BIr
bargain for iiuicl; sale.   No. 60.
A SIX ROOMED HOUSE on Fifth
avenue, seven rooms, fully modern.
Prce $6000; $1ROO cns-rli, balance C,
12 and IS m nt'is.   No. 31,
A SIX ROOMED BUNGALOW on Ash
Btreet' nn ideal spot. Ptide $3200;
on--''Ird cash, I silence (I, 12 and 18
months,   No. 26.
TWO FINE BUILDING LOTS In Sappi rtr.n; Jir.OO fjr the two. This Is
a map.   Terms.   No. 60,
A FULL SIZED LOT on St. Georqe
s ree't' a fittt rlars buy at $3.r>00.
N'o. 19.
READ    OUR    AD.    RE    HIGHLAND
HOME.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
lions
Office, Curtis Block
All things considered it was a very
fair market yesterday, the attendance
being well up to tbe average and offerings good. Of poultry there was
an abundant supply, but the demand
was correspondingly active. So to in
tlie butter line, this being the commencement of the seasonal flush.
There was a fair supply of eggs, and
prices ruled unchanged fiom last
week.
Polatoes again came in in large
quantity, but the demand was only
fair. There seems to be no shortage
oi this vegetable in B. C. Just now,
compared with the outcry made some
little time back ln the east, when potatoes were shipped to Montreal
from the coast and even from Great
Britain.
Considerable enquiry was made for
carrots, beets and turnips, i>ut they
were a minus quantity yesterday.
Plants sold freely, there being a very
good offering of cabbage, cauliflower
and the like. The florist's stall was
well supplied with a variety of choice
flowers.
In tlie auction ring several goo:!
tows were sold, one realising $115.
A fair quantity of implements and
harness also was disposed of.
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack   $1.25
Carrots, per sack   $1.00
Parsnips, per sack   $100
Tin nips,  per sack    75c
Potatoes, per ton  $33 to $35
Vegetables, Retail.
Beets, per bunch  5c
Onions, per lb Sc
Potatoes, per sack    '. %-
Carrots, per bunch  oc
Cabbage, per lb 8c
Turnips, each    5c
Eggs and Butter.
Kggs, wholesale, per dozen  30c
Eggs, retail, i e.- dor.en liac
Butter, retail, per  Ib   .,..35e  to 40c
Honey, per comb    20.'
Fisn.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lh 20c
White     Spring    Salmon,   per   lb.   IjC
(2 lbs. for 250.
Flounders, per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per lb l.". ���
Blue cod, per Ib 10c
Halibut,  per  lb 10c
Stcelhead, per lb loc
Smelts   2 lbs. for 25c
Retail  Meats.
Beef, hest rib roasts  15c to lta,
Beef,  loin    LSc to 22c
Beef, round steak IS
Boiling beef 10c to He
Veal    1 ;>c   to  20c
Pork      18c to 20c
Sugar curcl  bacon    20c
Mutton      12c to20c
Dressed chicken, per Ib 25c
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, large   9c to 10c
Veal, small    12c to WAfe'
Beef, front quarter   9 to 10c
Beef, hind quarter  lie to 12v
Si ring lumb   12c to 14c
Mutton      10c to 12V&C
Pork 12c to 1214c
Poultry.
Ceese, live, each   $1.50 to $2
I lens, small, dozen $(! to $7.5.
Ilcns. small, retail   $7 to $9
liens, large, retail $8 to $10
Broilers, do/en  $4 to $5
Chickens, dozen    $5 to $7
Chickens, dressed per lb 25"
Ducks, do/en   $8 to $10
Ether and Matter.
The densest matter is more or less
porous. Gold will absorb mercury as
a lump of sugar will absorb water,
showing there must be interstices or
interatomic spaces in it, but the ether
shows no fucIi property. If a drop
of water could be magnified sufficiently one would ultimately see the different atoms of hydrogen and oxygen
that constitute the molecules of
water. If a small volume of ether
could be thus magnified the indications are that the ultimate part would
look like the first, which is the same
as saying that it is not made up of
discrete particles, but fills space completely. This is expressed by saying
that the ether is a continuous medium
and  incomparable with  mutter.
Wood   Engraving.
It has never been satisfactorily ascertained whether 'he art of wood
engraving came to Europe from the
east or was rediscovered by some
European artificer. The precise date
of the first European woodcut is also
a matter of serious doubt, but wo
have data which enable us to come
pretty close to the right time. We
know that European wood engraving
dates certainly from the first quarter
of the fifteenth century. There is
considerable evidence to show that
tlu art had its origin among the
Chines", the wonderful people who
have given Ut so many of our "modern" inventions.
Counting the Cer .
Winkleby gazed at the new triplets
witli fatherly pride, but nut a little
apprehension in his eye nevertheless.
"What are you thinking, dear?"
asked Mrs. Winkleby softly,
"Nothing, dear, nothing," be said
falteringly. "Only don't you think
that it would he wiser for US hereafter
to build up our little family on the
installment plan?"
GOULD
ALLEGED   FLOUR   COMBINE
RESPONSIBLE    FOR    PRICES
Ottawa, May 31.���Although thp ex-
ecutlve of the Allied Trades, after
two meetings and nonv,' Investigations, have concluded thnt the bakers of Ottawa are not intending, in
Increasing the pticc of hrca.l by
agreement, to secure any moie than
a working 1 ro (it. they Intend to follow up the matter regarding an alleged combination among the flour
mills. They t.^eak of tuning action
against such a combination if it is
proved that it exists.
A meeting was held last night,
when a report was issued which
reads in part:
"The flour mill merger Is orrran-
'���ed under the name of the Canadian
Flour Mills and the following arc
some of the com; mil cs composing the
same: The McLeod Milling Com-
pany, the Canada Four Mills com.
pany, Campbell Companv, Goldle &
Company, Itudford Milling company. Carter Ac Company. The united
capacity of these mills is 1500 barrels per day, bul we cannot nsccr
tain the amount Of their rr ;��� ���
wliich we are to'd is enormous1. Th?
International Milling Company, >��� K
which this merger is conn* I d
sho.Mil earnings las* year nearly to
realize four times the amount n
mired to pa ��� the interest at ���'��� > cr
cent, upon the bonds issued. These
details are 'taken fiom the Monetary
Times of July, nu I."
This report Is signed by W. II
Croydon .1. rasher; W. CrawBhaw, ,1.
Bulges an 1  William  Lodge.
Firecrackers   at   Ottawa.
Ottawa, Mny I'.I.���"The 11.-0 of "1 e
word's and firecrackers ls decree ine
In Ottawa," the average man is C' :
quoted as saying.
The "average man" Is wroncr. M��-<
firecrackers wire s:;ld In Ottawa lis
Mth of May Ihnn on anv other hoii
da- in the history of the city.
Twenty yea's ago. when Ot*"
"������as half the size it Is tn lay, the .
500 hoys of thnt day spent ��.1^"(> '.
firecrackers en May 24. This yet
the 15,000 boys of Ottawa are sper
lng t'omewhat over flve thousand do
lars on this form of celebration,
The  city  laws   say  that    fhecroc'
cs  may  lie   irrcd   for  thc    May  24tl
celebration "nil-,   upon    the   i- i^'
re mission of the mayor of council,
TH��   par the mavor crave rermtss'"
ami In consequence for 21 hou'-s th
snie|! of powder nnd the c-.-i- of t\
darker re'v&ed e''erv acre of Otta-I
wa's I'Le thousand aiea.
WITHOUT A CfSUTCI
is..*-mai ... i.ni tuUillWVWj Dill 1 1.19
Tt-rriTii, O^T.
'Tor two years,  I was an  invalid,
ine .;���> ible of work of any kind.   Por
sixteen months, I was unable to move
without
a crutch
and
cane. I
was
treated
by oar best
doctors aa
well as
taking
treatment from a
specialist in Chicago. I did not
improve and had
about given up hope
ever being well again
when a friend advised
me to try GIN PILLS.
This I did and with a two months'
treatment, was a well man again. I
still use a box or two of GIN PILLS a
year, just as a preventative and am
enabled to go fishing and shooting in
the spring and fall, and lie out on the
ground at night, without any inconvenience." ALEX. W. STEVENSON.
50c. a box, 6 for $3.50. Sample free
if yon write National Dru<*& Chem. Co.
of Canada, Limited, Dept. B . C Toronto.
MANGA-TONE BLOOD AND
NERVE TABLETS work wonders with
pale, thin, nervons people. Buiidupthe
whole system.   30c. a box. 104
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Monday, June 3, being the King's birthday, the City Hall Offices will be
closed.
JOHN A. LICE,
Mayor.
City  Hall, May 31, 1012.
CORPORATION   OF  BURNABY.
Nc'.ice.
Tlle StaC loi Mc-llii" rf the
Board cf License Commissioners;
will he held at thc M inicipal Ha"
nn Wednesday, June 12, 1013, at 10
o'clock, in the forenoon.
ARTHUR  (!.  MOO UK,
cterk to the Commissioners,
K.lmouils. B.C.. Juno  1.  1012.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
Piirnlshed for at 11 tive enterprises
in all lubstantial lines of business,
Rail oads, Tractions, Water and
Rlec.t c rowers. Irrigations, Timber,
Mliiln ���   Agricultural and Industrial.
Bi'iil, Debenture and Stock Issues
Undo"..ir.en, Purchased or Sold,
l'r>r erties purchased for European
exn'oltation and investment,
Klnancinl Undertakings of all Bort��
hH'i 'led.
v!��.. llaneous commissions and
pr '"��� ��� of all characters accepted foi
execution in any European country.
n�� '��� -.conrieiu-e enclosing full de
tails n' first writing invited,
lira international Bankers Alliance
14.18-18 Rloomobury St.. London, Eng.
Westminster
T�� unsfer Co,
"IHf-t   F hone  185.      Barn   Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Houvnge Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
tig ii* aimHeavy Hauling
-����� 1 ,-;*... Html f>{, />
CiTY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the proportion   in   wliich  the  assessment  is made on per foot frontage.
Blk.    Lot.    Sub. llesuh.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C34
3
4
7&8
A.
1
2
3
4
[Tipperary  Park
S  61     8
8
64&G5
63
9
S   G
S pt W Y3
NptSlG ft j
S  pt of 3
&>:pt of 8
N pt of 3
2
1
W.
Corbould, Gordon 10	
Corbould, Gordon E	
Vidal, James H	
Johnston, John J	
Lynch, Fred J	
Schaake, Kate 	
City of New Westminster
Itae!  Jessie   	
Hai t, F. J	
61 ��62
43
41&42
pt
3
4
5
VtolO    1
3
���I
6
11
1
4 & S 22
ft of 6
6 and rest
of 5
Gray,  Alexander B	
Mayes, Mary Jane  	
Rogers, Mary S	
I Gifford, Lucy S. and Thos. J.
; Gordon,  Mary  C	
! Rand, Arthur E	
I Clute, Mary  L.  R	
j Eyles, Benjamin  	
I Nlckson, Anne Victoria   	
j Nlckson, Anne Victoria 	
j McNeil, Alexander T	
Cliff.  Ronald  I	
Sinclair, Jas.  W	
I RUy, Catherine Louise M. ...
I McLeod,   Alfred   	
I Wintemute,   Kohl	
65.81
131.83
65.97
65.96
65.96
65.97
560.34
140.00
16.00
52.00
62.00
63.00
63.00
66.00
62.00
50.00
6G.00
66.00
52.80
48.701
.|     28.60
t)2.80j
52.80
68.00
tili.00
14.95
29.95
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
14.35
15.00
14.10
11.40
15.00
15.00
12.00
11.05
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Green,   Mary   	
Smith, Franklin   	
Madlil, K.  William   	
Madiil,  H.  William   	
Truman, William II	
Oiiver, Elizabeth   	
Barnett, Jas. K. II	
Burden,  J.  N	
Young, Murdoch  	
Young,  Peter  II	
Banes, Thoa. S	
Toughen,  E, J	
Boughen,  E.  J	
Dunhriiek.  I,.  Q	
West. Homo & Imp't Co.,
West. Konie <K- Imp't Co.,
We?!. Home tt Imp't Co.,
We.-t. Home ft Imp't Co.,
Johnston,  Margaret J.  ..
Dcig.  Arthur-   	
Calhlck. John   \	
McKcnyie.  John,   Estate
Rees, Richard  	
Broad, Emily 	
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Peebles,   Peter   	
Cunningham, James   ....
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Lane, William  '	
Trapp, Frank H	
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Shaw, Jas. Pearson   	
Loree, Jns. C	
Loree, Jas. C	
Banton,  Lucy   	
Croll, Jas. A	
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I'O'ton, William  	
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Notice Is heieby elven that the Corporation of the City of New v.. t-
minsler Intends to pass a Lccn! lri"rovrment ARpeBsment By-law ass��s��
Ing ttie properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of ni '
opposlto each lot for one year, and a Court   of   Re-lslon   for   the   trial   ef
complaints and appeals against the assessment so piorosed to be ma lc will
he held on Monday, the 17th day of June, 1912, commencing at 10 o'r
in the forenoon, at. the Council Chamber, in the City  Hall, New  West
ster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended
ment must he served upon the Clerk of   the   Municipal   Council   at   l.a-t
eight days prior to such Court of ReWslon.
-     W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 23rd May. 1912.
Date of first publication 24th  May, 1912.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
541 Front Street.     Near City Market.
ca?���� �����d Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Davies* Cafe
Serve the best coffee and  new  laid
eggs for breakfast.    LunclieH put up.
Corner  Columbia   and   Eighth  Street.
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
will   resume   business  ahout   May  2"    Duy and sell new and    second    hand
in premises at the corner of Carnar-   goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
von  and  McKenzie  streets. BO Mclnnes Street. I'liimc IOOI).
Second Hand Store
McDONALD  At   SMITH.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hau am Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENC^EERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
CENTRE  OF TOWNSITE
EASIEST TERMS
EVER OFFERED
1
Rising Sun Realty Co.
Room 4 Trapp Building
Telephone 868 SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THHEH
��.��
THROUGH B. C. ON
A CATTLE TRAIN
���CROSSED   SWORDS."
K.mpii c,
hobwb���i
I. ll-.e tho couree of
t'iC:a Iuee dec.ted thut I should so
round v. Ith the sun, and thus the
cycle of four eventful years foun!
mc aj.aiti at Calgary stoi'kyurds.
Watting for elusive "thro
lie,t.lus'' io convey me with cattle to
the coast. looking up 1 Eaw two
men approaching with n jaunty swing
which half told what they were:
then, as I glanced at the high-heeled
top booits, for the time spurless and
concealed, theie came again the atmosphere of the southern foothills
and pcalries, "We're cowboys from
Wyoming, an' we don't give a gol-
dirn." us Shorty afterwards said.
Ills partner Krenchie, was more Immediately communicative.
White rails, stockyard and cara
rimmere 1 In the heat, as we si oke of
the foi ests and lakes of Northern
Ontario. "Yaas," he said, "I'was
born in Montreal: I work in de
woods, too���Ottawa River, Kippewa,
Tlmlshliamlng���1 drive all dat north
countice. Guess I roll a log acioss
de river right now." "Whew," nuoth
Short v, "lumberjack, ilver hog."
"Waal." he went on, "I quit hack
eaivt tbe jenr Lavrier was premier
first���when was dat?"
IJoun 1 for new ranker, In the
Ootsa Lake country, Frenchie had
driven Ills ecoie of btonchos 500
miles overland lo Helena, Montana,
and there had stumble 1 again upon
Shorty, who promptly thre.v the last
of a 'aniBhing stake into the venture,
and his hody Into the far end of the
horse car, where wagon wheeU and
canvas sufficiently screened 'Mm.
Thus had they journeyed, reaching
Calg.a;: in ten days, with quaiir.
yams o' iltehed cars, mounted police
and (heating bai lenders to fill out
the story.
Sitting on a "six by six" as the
nihht. fell. Shorty and I m'jnched
candies, while lhe ca! le lewed behind us, and he told me o' a glorious
$2000 s;ree in Ne* York, when
'iiothin' wag too high price! and
sireet cars was too slow. It was
taxis overytlme till l ian led hne!; In
Cheyenne wilh $H> and a brand new
outfit."
Thereafter Shorty rode with me In
the raboose, and getting a start next
noontime, midnight lonnn us srwins-
Ing aown the figure eltfil tunnels' of
the  Kicking  Horse  Pars.
have ;o,i ever ridden in a cahoofC
friend? We all voted It miles above
the crowded, stuffy passenger, nnd
envied b��i noi as sitting on the rear
stops, sidetracked, we wait her passing. Oh! Here she conies! A lon.^.
line a.: ii1':' sweeps tound the curve
a roar, -trciks ot black, then lifted
cars while napery, and her tliree reci
lights dwindle imo perspective  witn
llio fair ..' : imri'B of her observation
car.
Dawn net dav marked our flepaT-
turo f ora l'K'ld. end wo Blent on the
bare s-sati un il an engine came o��
hind lo hf"> us up the Beavermouth
canyon. "She's a powerful son oi ��
nm. soi can feel her pushln, sum
Bhortv, is *e wound up the pra;'.ea
I have s~cn otber mo:���.���peaks since
last I ����� o'Be.l B. C yet what words
can describe tbe Hll, e-er cijcHnR
us ��itii peak, ridge, mound and .an-
ta-tlf contour! the long ia"c ot wa
terfall vetoing the rock wl'.h silver
rr the mlovs of Bear Creek,
���Bl i; ������
the  prods  which
the | ed,  the  prods  which "Texas" admin
islered to ray unshod feet.     '
That night th.e train crew were
goo.l -to us, giving us a mattress ti
lepose on. We parted from Frenchie
h at Ashcroft. Sleepy-eyed 1 stood in
the dawn at the end of their journey,
their jumping-oil' jlace bac'.c to
the dwindling frontie'. "So long."
said Krenchie, ani with a wave of
the hand, "I'll hit for dar mountains,"
then tmnln'-' :o his paitner. "Guess
we'll unload," he sal!. And 1 wondered, as I clambered back to my
share of mattress, how mii-h of the
great game of Kmpire building tliey
would unconsciously or not   achieve.
"Hogs" decided he had lost his
pocket boo: when a bet needed
cinching, hut ret'Tuition came woen
we were eyewitnesses that he left
his grips behind at North Hend, and
quoth Texas. "I guess you'd lose yei
durned head lf it wasn't fenced in."
lt was pood to see a-j .pies and
pears really growing on tlie trees
while the run down the Kraser
hroieht memories of Natal, Indian
coolies working on the track, the
frequent crosses mamlng humble
giaxeyards. Flashes wherein one
caught a glimpse of Indian fishers
wilh haudnets. and could discern the
wriggling fish; shed-like structures
built ���wilh poles; strips of flesh drying id the sun, then a brief stop at
a little 'own. where as "Doc" ob-
served, "Guess we've run into China.
Look at the moss cn them houses.
I'd he afraid It would grow on mc lf I
stayed here." On again with always
the dilch-water colored Fraser twisting and foaming beneath us, until
near Yale we made matchwood of a
handcar left on the track, which
baited us for a moment amid a
cloud of Invectives from the owners,
who didn't   lellsh  pedestriunism.
CANADA    BARRED.
State
Dlsal owed Snace at Wisconsin
Exhibitions.
Ottawa, May 81.���Canada has been
barred from making an exhibit at
the Wisconsin state exhibition ihis
year, the state Immigration authorities baling protested against Canala
heing allowed to make a showing.
They declare that Canada immi-
Ta'inn litp'at.iro Is fnlps anl misleading and that, tbis has heen dis-
o .- i j .... i ej,.|o who have heen
induced to move from Wisconsin to
C; mid:1, ar.d i:a\e retu ne 1 poorer
and wiser.
Thc Immigration authorities at 0t-
ri--.--.) slpip thai there is no foundation for the charge against their literature, Inn say that the state of
Wtscontdii objects to losing good citizens at lhe rate th��-y have jeen mov
ing to Canada for the past five years.
^'isconsin is not tlie llrst state to
lefuse Canada spate, in which to
uu. e a display of its ;,rodu'j.B,
thcugh a fe.v years ago the;, used to
urge 1 anad;>. to come and gave tree
all the sgace desired..
l-r.ff w, Canada hat always been
on hand, when tho crowd   collected.,
Wherever exhibition authorities lune1
barred     the     Dominion     from     the
f-icunls,  Canaia  has   hired  a  build- j
ing in a mo;e conspicuous place than
the exhibition and has pnt In a ur i ��� {
(lass   disicla-.   whi-h    has    attracted I
great  attention.    This  will   be   .'one I
at the Wisconsin fair this year. The;
Immigration authorities will see that]
Canada's      advantages     are      made
known '.o all who attend the exhibi- t
tion. The action of American authoiities In barring Canada is taken as a
.'esiimonial to the advantages of the j
Dominion and the success ci Its. lnv
migiation work.
CATS PAW.
RUBBER
HEELS
Tread softly -
Step safely.
CATS PAW RUBBER SOLES
Embody Ihe patented features
of Cats Paw Heels.
ISO
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
SOCIETY
The Drowning Club met this week
at the home of Miss De Wolf .Smith.
��   ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Ardagh. with their
Hltle son, left last night for Barrie,
Ont,, where they will visit Mr. Ar-
dagh's home. Before returning in
lhe fall they will visit To: onto and
New Vork.
��   ���   ���
Mrs. McG'.llvary, Third street, ts
entei taining at the tea hour this afternoon.
Mr, O. H. Ratbburn is rot emplcyed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
L'nderwiiteis Dominicn Matthi Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co., Ltd.
Mrs.  Harry  llrlgis of Victoria,
he guest of Mr3. T. L. Briggs.
is
SALE
We
Mrs. .Tames Kennedy. 220 Second
street. 7111 not receive next Tuesday,
nor again this season.
* *    a
Mrs. David Walker wlll not he at
home ne>t Mondav, and not again hefore the end of t'^e season.
��� *   ���
Miss Wilght is entertaining today
nt a luncheon to be given at the
C-eorclan Cluh. Vancouve- in hor.oi
of MIbs Briggs. whose marriage to
Mr. W. F. Kdmonds, takes place on
the 22nd of .Line. Covers will be laid
for eight. The invite! guests beimr
Mlss Briesrs, Miss Corbould, Miss
Freese. Miss Strong, Miss Kraser,
Mlss Biown and Miss G. Brown.
��� ���   *
Mr. C. C. Worsfold left on Monday
for Ottawa on a business tiip.
* *     a
Mlss Dili's was the giest of
honor at a kitchen shower cn Thurs-
('iv afternoon, given by Mrs. G. A.
Allen. Among those present were
Mrs, BtlggS, Mrs. Harry Brigg-s (Victoria). Mrs. Swcenev i Vancouveri.
Mrs. C. NF. Macdonald. Miss Yondall
iVancouver), Mrs. Kd'y, Mrs. Yuengling. Mrs. \Y. G. .MaeQuarrie, Mrs.
Sutherland, Mis. Doherty, Ms. c. r..
Corboul I, Mrs. ceymour. Miss Pere.
Visa Qreen, Mlss Corbould. Miss
Armstrong. Mi=<i Lewi', Miss Wr'rht
Miss Freese Mlss Fraser and Mlss
I.uhe.
will sell without reserve on
Wednesday, June 5th, at 2 p. m.. at
the Albeita Stables, corner of Sixteenth Avenue and Victoria Hoad, Cedar Cottage, Vancouver, twenty-flve
head of fine young, sound horses,
ages from 5 to 7 yeaiB, weighing
from 1200 to 1700 pounds. AU quiet
and well broken: also one team o.
fine Hackneys, sound, aged ti aud 7
years;  fine action.
Horses a;e sold as represented oi
money refunded.
On view at stables any tims up to
day of sale.
YOU'LL feel ten degrees cooler
in a Fit-Reform 2 Piece Suit.
Planned, designed and tailored witb
the idea of coolness clearly in mind.
Stylish, too���the Fit-Reform trademark guarantees that.
Lots of Worsteds and Flannels���
some extra choice Homespuns���
and the genuine fadeless Fit-Reform
Serge.
Made in both 2 and 3 button styles^
/
ACME CLOTHING CO,
C M. GREEN. Manager..
n.s.ross & co.| Grand Trunk System
AiirTrnwroe n **
AUCTIONERS
Phone Sey. 4572.   360 Hastings St., E.
Vancouver.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
/
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
8.S.
Double Weekly Service
8.8. "PRINCE RUPERT"
"PRINCE fiEOROE"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Grauby
Hay and Stewart.
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
Grand Trunk Pacltic trains connect at Prince Rupert for Kast
wilh above sttamera. Ask for i Initialed literature re agricultural
lands ir.  B. C. and Western   Canda.
Spi cial excursion  fares via Chicago     during summer months.
Rail Tickets to All Points,
ship Lines.
General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steaia-
H. G. SMITH, C. P. & T.
Phone  Seymour  7100.
A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. lt.
VANCOUVER, B.C.      527 Granville Strtjna*.
creases.
and
ochre with all shades of Bieens
browns re topi od with prey-Mw*
snow^rowned peaks. We draw Into
adhUlo.ialiolntandl-nowno   when
we'll DUll out-out again Into the
sunset, watching from the cond.u-
tors elevated chair 'he swaying
snaking line of ca-s-Ufe is so gloih
ously uncertain   Hike our  meals)   on
a ^eiKhlt's car broke down at Rev-
eistoVe. hut Shcrty and !.*������.*���
Kamloopr, which we leached at mm-
nig"to.- sloe'; included a car n
hogs.'lo ".led in two tiers, and mi all
were badly 1, need of water. we two
started In to unload tliem In the
darkness. This was the ��. gl> J
Shorty'* -uilillcatlon as a fully fledR-
ed "iHinche-." or so 1 assured hlm.
*Waal' woollies' and 'doge^: I've
���   bar     hO<tfi,
and
consi.'.era'bb'
we ynent a '���-l*
arrlvln"   in the
nunched ever: thin
hen 1 never would punch." he said;
and vet an hour Inter after produc-
fng many and strange yells, wh ch
attracted B homeless dog we sal led
?n o the top deck and elected the last
obsttnaie Hub ��>V the light of Ml**
erlng match. Next wc made Tor the
tn*2n and afte" revelling in a wash
Sranandao'u.nndlsh drinks Shorty
did many evolutions among th, at**
_���8liIrin��� 'em up some, or they'll ger
cramped."
Kamloops has   grown
since I *.��*'* K; ��"d
day there, Feinchle
Forenoon,    accompanied     by     Texas,
nor   and one we designated   ho^i.
J�� great heart that  same   FYenchle.
demerits or nu ""'"" Aar i Vut
������naar's dat sorrel horse fiar. : r��i
>,im In dar bugGV with open bridle on
ffi.,nHemngme down.to to_*nJlUe
a eireak o' blue ��g,ht
he'd say: ' VV��\l ��� I blister my
but once in ma^lfe, Yha[,lHa,  ha;
I draw up bj
take me right   on
Corner Sixth and Columbia, Goes Merrily On
Hundreds of people are saving big
Come with Saturday's crowds and
money here,
see this won
derful slaughter. Merchandise almost given away
MEN'S   AND  YOUNG   MEN'S   FINE
SUITS.
Smoked    and    some  damaged Suits
that    sold    up   to   f25.00; flre   sale
price   $1.95
Suits made by the world's foremost
leady-to-wear manufaetiuers; j.ilts
that boI.1  up    to $40.00;    flre.   sale
pilce    *9.95
ODD VEST8.
From high class sulis, the pants   and
coats  having been  destroyed;    pit*
'em out; now 10c
( hlldren's  Wash  Suits;   worth $2.50.
Sale price ..   SOc
Ghli.lien's   Straw    Hats;    worth   to
$1.50.    Sale price   15c
MEN'S PANTS.
That sold to   fT.00;    damaged,   that
will be  suitable for work;   fl:e 6nle
price    65c
ODD COATS.
From high class suits that sold to
$36.00; pants and vests destroyed by
the lire demon; pick 'em out; flre
sale price  85:
MEN'S FINEST DF.'ESS  PANTS.
That sold to $8.00;  guaranteed   perfect;  flre sale price   $2.95
8ENSATIONAL 8HOE BARGAINS.
Men's Work and Dress Shoes; worth
$3.00;  now   $1.35
SHOES,
All styles and leatheis. In black or
tan shoes; worth lo $6.00; flre sale
pilce  $2.95
MEN'S  FINE  OVERCOAT8.
All styles and -lengths,   ln medium,
heavy and light weight*;    overcoats
that sold to $::.".; flre sale price $2.95
MEN'8  WORK  AND  DRE88 SOX.
.00t 51... tt 15	
Worth 15c to 26c; now 5c
MEN'8 SHIRTS.
Worth to $1.00; now  35c
SILK TIES..
Ail styles, worth to 75c; now  ...15c
MEN'S HATS-
Worth to $2.00; now   35c
MEN'S FINE HATS.
All Btyles in soft or stiff; worth   to
$3.00; now   95c
LINEN   AND   RUBBER  COLLARS.
Worth 15c to 26c; now   5c
Woik   Gloves;   worth 75c and'$1.00;
now   -25c
Men's and Boys' Capi; worth to 75t-
Sate Price  ,I6cr.
Overalls;      worth     to     $1.00.   Salt*
price 50c
hand  when  I  done
we're tough!"
Shorty and I bathed
scenery over the bridge
the  weeping  willows,  tr
ween to prairie eyes, white sand
walk! clean footed ln to the calm
Wi have Blent ln most conceivable at-
amld   home
There were
in   grass���so
"   to
wa-
and. place
1 awoke
-grip" for a pillow, as
red over Kamloops town 	
to find the train made up and ready
to start not. even the fussy, noisy
switch engine with Its jolts had disturbed me nor, aa 1 afterwards learn-
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any Article Bought at This Sale Can Ba Exchanged or Money Refunded.
CORNER SIXTH AND
COLUMBIA, Opp.
POST OFFICE
DOORS OPEN AT 9 A. ML
Westminster's Greatest Clothing Sale
WARNING!   Do Not Confound This Sale Wilh Other So-Called Sales or Signs!
Be Cure You Find the Right Place, Corner of Sixth and Columbia Streets, Opposite  Pos*.  Office.
THt BIG
HRE SALE
V' s�� '���(*�����'
KC )AU      | PAOU JDXJK
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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Published,   every    morning   except '
aS'inday b.v The National Print ing and  ^
'   Pllhlifthinn-     l*r.        I  , .-.        n.     i).���{f    ..fit,*.:
TIMELY TOPICS
Publishing' Co., Ltd., at tlieir office, ��
*3 McKenzie Street, New Westmin-1A
Jrter, B. C.
���
And    Irresponsible    Comments   ���
by an Onlooker. ���
ROBERT 11. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
�����������������������������������������������
=��
I wonder if tbc persons' who took
, > i part in���shall I call it?���tlie agricul-
Business Office  ��*J^   tural   convention  on   Thlirsdav,  ical-
Editorinl  Office    ....kdjj   Ize what .,,, im.,0ila,,t 0:casion that
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES. ma>.  berome| if it  is foUoved  uu cn-
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three I crgetieally.   The scope of the inquiry
months, or luc per month.
By mail $3 per   year,   or   25c   per
mpnth.
Westminster Weekly News $1  per
year.
MILLION-DOLLAR    BYLAWS.
Witiiin a monrli bylaws calling for
tlie e\|cndit::re of approximately, one
million dollars will be put before the people of Ne.v Westminster.
Thus is a large sum and before such
a sum Is voted, it is well to look into Hit items carefully. Such examin-
atin-.i mav sho��v that tbis expenditure
is not really extiavagant as lt might
soun\S ai flrst, in which case everyone will vote all the'more readily for
measures which undoubtedly are for
the benefit of the city.
First comer, tbo harbor improvement h law! ThU will call for a very
consldera-We :imc::nt of money, bul
monej so expended is of 'She nature
oj an I:kcsUiic:i! and in this case a
very :cniuherativo investment, too. If
a n:r.:i cun borrow money at about ii
j>cr cent, as thc city <San, and reinvest it at 10 per cent, he generally
tiiinits thai lie is doing pood busl-
,,, .. tfliai the exact returns to the
cits and tho citizens will be on
mone; spent cn harbor development,
we can not say, but W believe that
10 per cent Is far further from the
i:;      than 100 | r-.- cent would be.
Then there come two directly rey-
enue-pi educing Uems, the establish-
menl ol a municipal eas plant and
wati rworks extension,     The former
is limited to the Fraser valley, but to
a gieat extent it is true that what is
good for this valley will be good for
the whole1,province in the maker-of
getting the settler on the land. And
that after all ia the chief necessity if
we wish to produce all our meat and
eggs and butter and fowls In our own
country.     No one   can pretend  that
land settlement in tbis province has
not been neglected.    It has been absolutely    forgotten    by   the    government, so a land settlement policy being  ricn-existent,  it  isi impossible  1o
criticise it.   This makes the commission's task all- the easier really.    Instead of worrying about how bad the
oid system is, it can start right away
on a slate clean of any system and
try   to  evolve   some   way  of  getting
the settler on the land and the produce off  it  as  quickly  as   possible.
Some form of government assistance
always seems to me to be necessary,
especially ln    a  province    like this,
where  most r.f the  land   Is covered
with timber, or if It happens to be
oi en, needs  Irrigation.    Money loaned to carefully selected settlers on the
seen ity of thc land itself, is a pretty
safe    investment,   but    belter    thun
money nfter a certain point, is help
In   cutting  down   thc  trees,   and   the
supply of seed, etc.. to se; the small
farmer on his feet.   Success without
capital on a R. C. farm is almost Impossible.    The Bl'ftte has pot the capital and it can make no better use cf
it tban to open up the land to cultl-
vation  an:l   to encourage  the  settlement here of a large number of small
farmers, who   though   they may be
poor to    sta;!  with, are    none    thc
wcr.se men  for that.
"See
That
11
I.o-v many people know the rive:1
at night? "Rivers at night that
cluck and Jeer," have always :>ecn a
favorite topic c."  writers io   iiscant
is one of thofe double WesElngB, tUat | npon ..0n the Thames Embank-
blers :..i tlm; gives and him that TOent,"jand "I Stood on the Bridge al
takes, it will bswe the citizen money Midnight" are hac'-meyed titles for
cn : ;-- gas bill and in all proba-'pictures and poems, but the Fraser
bllity il wiil make a little money for U, ve!;, fin2 at bight, too. Though
the city at the same time. In other ( t!K> c^arm 0f writing about it may
words it will save the citizen at both be gon0j t},8 charm of gazing upon i-r
ends, in his taxes and his gas bills, | ig ever ,,evV_ At night the stream
The aecossity of waterworks exten- eeems t'o have ceased flowing. All is
sion is obvious. Without a good|^erv stlU, Far across the wi.'.:.
water supply, a city can   be   neither   Bm^otj!   vaters   cm   be   heard   the
clean nor lieall!;;-.
Of ttie parks   improvement bylaws
the  people  may  hold    two opinions.
bul   the  more  they  think   over tbis
matter, the moie  will  they tend  to
one  d  thote   o; Inions,  namely  that
money iy "nt su parks Is money well
spei::.    it is well spent, not only In
the  Interests   of   the   health  of  the
residents in general and the -children
in particular, but also fur the advertisement ofJtjlfcjBJty and the making
linkle of a cowbell, the bark of s
farm dog, I'p on the hill a small
light burns.' At one's feet lir tie ripples splash uncertainly among, ths
nlles cf the wharf. A. voice can be
heard a long way up the bank, and
some one moving about in a boal.
Aud then the moon comes frcm be-
hind a cloud and pencils a path of
silver across the iron giey waters of
the night. It is all wonderful and
behind one's back, as one gazes, lies
the city asleep.    An occasional mo
ol  ii  attractive to the visitor. ,lty asieep.    An occasional  mo-
Streel Improvements are luckily sol mcnt "a B0,mu- ���f footsteps, a wheel,
well established and approved here or a spoken word show that It is no>
that il would be a strange, phenom-1 dea^ hut oniv s'.eepinsr. These
cnoi indeed,,to see Westminster turn j Bounas are like the tinv  movements.
<!o\\n tiilclr. a bylaw. Everybody
knows how groat are the returns
from motley spent in 'this way ancl
theie is no need to emphasize this
pa tt of the improvement policy.
Theie remain the new hospital and
the loilce station and storehouse. To
cont:"ib!ite to tlie building of the hospital should be a pleasure. It is a
l;in 1 cf insurance against sickness
for thc whole city, it is a guarantee
to every citizen, however humble,
���that ri^ht here at home he will be
able ,o leceive the best of treatment
under the very best conditions. The
government is helping generously towards its building and most of the
money is already available. This bylaw with a little help from neighboring municipalities, will complete the
necessary sum and I; ivlll be possible
.lo B ait  wor'; at  once.
The new������ police station is necessary. At pateent the station, as the
mayor has often sal:!, is a disgrace
to humanity To combine it with the
stoieho ise Is piobahly an economical scheme. Sioiehouses a elty must
hnve some time, and tbo city is ripe
for them now.
This review W th.i bylaws brings
us to the conclusion, that despite the
big tola!. th$ro Is no extravagance
hero. The returns to be received
from most of I hem in actual material ;nin will far exceed the first expenditure, Fiom the others a good
retain ��ui also be received, although
in the i ������;*���<* qt the hospital it may be
rather i:i suffering relieved than in
pockel ��� filled. In view of these farts
we believe that It will be with great
confidence that tiie mayor ancl council wil submit these bylaws to the
people of New Westminster. They
know thai the same people aie be-
coming Keen supporters of legitimate development and In this program, ambitious though It may be,
there is nothing thai is nol legitimate.
HOME  FOR   NEGRO  HERO
OF   DOCK   ACCIDENT
the gentle bieathings of a human be
ing that tell us that he sleeps and
lives. Thus is the city alive and
this consciousness of having a living
thing at one's bar';, living but dormant, emphasizes the eerie charm of
the solitude on the wide waters, an !
lenders keener the enjoyment of the
watcher in tills scene of perfect
quiet.
"Her life was t-rning. timing.
In  mains of heat and sound.
But. for peace   her soul was yearnin;:
And now peace laps ber round.'1
That is the feeling ou can get on
the river bank at night. The sieen-
ing city stands for ihe turmoil of life,
now hushed, the calm river for eternal rest, while across it gle^m the
moonbeams, the light of perfect understanding that comes on the further side of the grave.
The joy of buying   Is a  wonderful
thing. Why on earth it should he far
keener than that of selling, with the
aveiage man and certainly t"ie average woman, passes my comprehension. And ye; there, it is. To so out
and bu - things, freelv, with a sort of
"I don't care what It costs*' feeling
thut Is one of the keenest jovs in life
Perhaps we enjoy it because we clc
it so seldom, and there very lively is
something in this, as 1 never imagine
a millionaire being more ���excited
ahout buying n hew con' and an Imitate) Mlllafs tban I am when paying
:'.") rents for my lunch. But cn tho
otlier band we sell thi;i"s .as a rule
mi'-h less seldom, and (io-i't enjo- It
half so much. I once sold -i secondhand blcyaje ami I on o ���*��� ���.! I a lot,
hoth my own, and 'mi i ti"1!'.. beta use
I waa broke. Put I did uoi get much
pleasure m: of the i ar��- tions, no!
really as much as the other fellc.v
who, of course, goi a bargain on each
Occasion. But the time when one
pets an opj ortnnl'y of thoroughly enjoying the bnyiii". pleasure is when
one Is outfittiri'i fcr a trip up country.
Then the mind Is made u ) to spen 1
'Seattle, Maj 31.���For the purpose 'he morey. The things bought are
of raising funds with which to pur-1 absolutely necessary, or should be,
chase a lifting for Newton Johns, thej and ihey are very fascinating. Tents
negro hero of the Colman dock acci-iand fishhooks, boots and frying pans,
dent of Suinlay, .May 1!), and iu order perhaps a good knife (to cut the
to honor hlm for the bravery and bacon with), and perhaps a gun of
presence bf mind thai  be exhibited I sorts with wliich to shoot the sti ulr-
in res ue wokJs on that occasion.
Seattle (iii/cns of liis own race will
give Johns n bfeuellt In Arcade hall
Monday night.    At  thai  time Johns
rels aroun 1 samu in tlie dly time
and the grizzly hears In our"dreams
at night. But I think tlie axe is the
most fascinating of all.    Of course It
will  ho introduced  to  lhe public  by   does  not   want   much   discrimination
Mayor (Jcorga K. Cotterill. to buy an axe, bui  still it is an   at-
Johns, who Is a bootblack, is    the   tractive  Inol,   keenly    sharp,   solidly
���uole support of bin nueil grandmother   heavy, and here is (he point, handily
and the finely realized will be turned I balanced,     It Is alBo immensely Im-
over   to 'tljfl   Commercial   club   with I por tan t on a tiip off the beaten road.
the recommendation    that   they    he | For  the  axe   means  bed  and   board
used  to,   the purpose  of  buying the   and  very often along a riier. trans-
two a name,    .lohns is an Intelligent   portatlon.    Ves, that kind ls tbe best I
and ambitious wan, un.l his Olleuds  buying,   flavored   already   with    thel
think Ihai in  teturn for the service j glamor of the trail and often carried'
im rr-rdered the people of Seattle he t oui In some Hudson's May ] ost  with
Is entitled to a chance to better   hia   th<j alvlce oi some longtime servant
condition in life. of tha company  who has outfitted a
DOUBLE CORNER cornering on
Eigth avenue and Sixteenth stieet
with lane at rear; fine view; close to
new B. C. Electric cut-off. Price $2000,
with terms of one-third cash and the
balance in six, twelve and eighteen
months.
FL\E LOT on Fifth street, partly-
cleared with lane at rear; close to
Eighth avenue; one block to car;
size 60x132 feet. Price $1000; terni3
to arrange.
FIXE RESIDENTIAL SITE on
Fifth stieet near Sixth avenue. This
property has a frontage of sixty-six
teet on Fifth street, with a depth of
one hundred and forty and one-half
feet. It is thoroughly cleared and
le\el; cornering on lane, also lane at
rear. One block to car. This lot is
situated in the heart, of the residential section of this city und for immediate sale can be delivered for
$2115(1 on terms of one-quarter cath
and the balance in six, twelve and
eighteen months.
Fino seven roomed modern house,
full sized cement basement with
fuiuace, lire piace. cement flocr,
laundry tubs; beanie 1 ceiling. Eliding
doois, etc., etc. Fine view, lot 44x132
feet; one hlock to car; close to>
school and park. House just completed and has never been occupied.
Price for one week only fj.'.SOO; terms
$S50 cash, balance to suit purchaser.
HERE IS A REAL
SNAP
LARGE SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE, thoroughly . modern, with basement, furnace, etc.; new; lot 50x132 feet,
with lane at rear; faces south ancl commands a good
view of the rl vor. This house is situated on Edinburgh
street between Eleventh ancl Twelfth streets. This Is an
excellent revenue producing investment, as the house is
at present rented for $25.00 per month, und it would
also make a fine home as it ls situated half a block from
tho car and two blocks to school and park. Prise for
Immediate sale only JIUGO. Terms $:i50 cash and tho
balance ?25 a -month. Purchaser to assume mortgage
due in two years.
Builders Attention S
$100 Cash wm Handle it
We have a fine lot situated on Ei3hth avenue nssr
Twelfth street, size 65xi;2 ft.; thoroughly cleared and
graded with lane at rear.-. It is close to Brhool. paik, car,
c':. ExeCller.t proposition (Or building two houses. For
immediate tale we can deliver this lot for $1800; $100
cash a.id the bataixe in six mentj-.s, prow-i^hiy t;-,e pur-
chaser will start to build immediately.
FINE BUSINESS LOT on Sixth
stieet near Fifth avenue; cleared;
lane at rear. Pilce only $2000; one-
third cash and tho balance In fi, 12
and 18 nicntha.
^-.ARGE LOT on Durham street
near Fourth street; size 60x148^ feet;
cleared. Price for immediate sale,
$1150. with tetms of one-third cash,
and thc balance in fi, 12 and IS
months.
EXCELLENT DOUBLE CORNER
on Tenth slicu near Eighth avenue;
i-'ze 100x133 feet* facing on two
stieets and clos- lu car, school, park,
cc. This lot ls situated in a very
progressive port of this city an 1 will
male the owner a large profit in a
very shoit time.
FINE CORNER LOT on Eighth
street and Eighth avenue; size BOxlOfl
feet; facing cn Eighth street and
Overlooking Moody park; two blocks
to school and car. Price for im-
mediate sale, JliTr,. Terms, one-third
cash and the balance in 6, 12 and 13
months. ���
NEW FIVE ftOOMED HOUSE
roodern with basement, piped tor
furnace, panelled    wails   in   dining
room, etc.; lot 42x100 feel; thoroughly cleaiod, graded and fenced; ono
md one-hftlf blocks to car line. Price
$2700. Terms. $600 or !j'700 cash and
the balance over three years.
614 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
generation    of    tiavelers ancl   who,
when he pays attention lo your tfUfcl-
ness.   can     always     help ov.i    with
shrewd  and commonsense advue.
Boy Also Dies.
Seattle, May 31.���The secon.1 death
lesulling from the aeroplane accident
at The .Meadows yesterdav wher
Clifford Turpin's aeroplane dashed
into the gt'aiiUstan 1. occurrta i&>
night, Raymond Chapman. 1(�� years
old, dying of a fractured skull, All
the others injured will recover.
ALWAYS
The  latest  styles,  llrst  class    workmanship,  and  entire  satisfaction   by
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne   Street,   New   Westminrter.
READ IT
George ar.d Bob arc ^7 jcais
old. each earning $4.00 a 1..1:.
George and hla wife buy wh !
'ever they  want   whenever the;
happen    to    have    tiie    ready
money.   "Wo are a long time
dead," they say.    Bob and h'.*
wife   buy   all   the   things  lhe,
can afford and still lay by $2.:: 1
or $3.60 a  week at  4  per ccr.t.
Interest,     compounded     c\e y
three weeks, in the savings  '"-
partmenl of lhe People's Trust
Company.     Figure   oit    where
George ancl Hob stand at B0,
Ans.���George ha3 to mOvo
often 10 avoid paying rent, fo:-
he Is now often out of work.
Hob owns several lots an 1
houses and doesn't have to
work.
It is trus that "We arc a
long time dead," but romp-
times we aie a Ion'; time old
or a long time sick before wn
are dead, and there's th-> rub
if we have spent the money as
we have earned it.
HARKY    TIDY,   Managsr.
Program for Friday and Saturday  Evenings.
MOVING
PICTURES
IMP DRAMA
"TIMELY REPENTAKGE"
SOLAX COMEDY
"A QUESTION Of MIR"
POWERS���Lt&HT DRAMA
"IN FBIENIKIIIf $ NAME"
Weekly Nev/s-GrapMc 7
EDUCATIONAL
E. H.  BUCKLIN, N. B15ARDSLRK
!JreB. and GenL Mgr.        Vice-Preside' .
W. if. M. BUCKLIN,
Sec. und Troas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
- LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and   Wholes*.,-! Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No   * and 877.   Shingles,  8asn.  Door*.   Mouldingi Etc.
Special Saturday matinee for
CMlo'ren.     Admission   5   cents.
Ili'Slilfl.VS TEN-PIECE
ORCHESTRA
MANDEVILLE
APARTMENT HOUSE
12th Street and 6th Avenue
STEAM HEATED        E^CTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRiST, Agents
Phone 595
675 Columbia Street
EXCURSIONS
Dcfi    and    Most    Comfortable
Theatre in the City���Airy and
Ci ol,
TWO   SHOWS   NIGHTLY
Beginning; at 7:30,
Admission 10c.
Witli the advent of warmer
oilers to residents of New West
able day's outlujj at low cost
given over its fraser Valley li
SPECIAL TRAIN
FOR ANGLtRS.
To accommodate the parties
who are lovers of "speckled
beauties" a special car will lie
operated on Sunday. Juno 2, between New Westminster and
Sperling.
Stops will be ma:'e at all stations affording anglers a chance
��o select tlieir routes along
any of tho well known lisliing
streams on 'the route.
Cars leave New Westminster
at 8 a.in., noon, 2:tUi and 5 p.m.
Returning leavea Sperling at
��:10 um., 1:10, 3:4o and 0:lo
p.m,
weather the 11. C. B, It. Company
minster nn opportunity for an enjoy-
through tbc special lates which are
no.
WEEK  END TRIP
TO CHILLIWACK.
On Saturday and Uimciay
tickets coveiing the round t. tp
from New Westminster to all
points on the line wlll be offered at a fare and a third. Thia
makes the round trip rate to
Chilliwack only $2.45.
Trains leave B. C B. R. Co.
depot at 9:30 a.m., "1:20 and
(1:10 p.m. Return trains are so
timed thati the trip may be
made In a day with a atop-over
of se\e:al hours at Chilliwack.
BRITISH f^MWPM HrCTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
TR "i NSPO'IT "TION   I)BT�� A RT.M BNT, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE FIVB
SPORTING REVIEW
Tommy Burns is evidently preparing Id run excursion trains to the Allen- Uajley light from all over Canada. He is scattering letters broadcast, giving advance notices about
th�� coming mill, and Is arranging to
run big fciowds from Calgary to Bassano lor the scrap. It should be well
worth seeing. Allen's ability lu well
knot*)], nnd many ln the east think
Ihat he will have a cinch with Hay-
ley, that the flglit will he as. much
a Joke as the Johnson-Klynn affair:
but H won't. Bayley is a scrapper of
no mean ability, and the people of
VictC ia, where he is doing his train-
in?, iite backing him to win. He Is
Eaid to be In great shape nnd already several special cars have been
chartered from the capital city and
also from Seattle by flght fans who
ai-e anxious to witness the scrap,
whicb is heralded to be the biggest
affair ever staged in the Dominion ln
rei cut years.
COMMISSION WILL
WARN PLAYERS
THE
.!i!s:lre Morrison of Vancouver,
f'���.:lt out a well merited rebuke to ft.
J, Fleming and the Dig Four when
bo refused their applications to re-
Btiairi several western players .who
had signed to nlay In the east, from
lulling out with the B. C. league.
The Vancouver Justice lemarked that
his idea of lacrosse was- a game played oh a field and not ln the law
courts. Which, it may he reinarke I,
Is the idea of all other lacrosse enthusiasts who still wish to see Canada's national game a game, and not
a commercial undertaking with the
making of money the only object.
Wha: wouid some of the lacrosse
players of the old days think could
tliey see the present situation in lacrosse circles?���Ottawa Citizen.
Record  Crowd   Expected   at    Recreation   Park���Tommy   Gifford   Will
Play.
Foi tune both frowns and smiles on
the suffragettes at the same time���
a performance only possible to fortune or a book agent. Mrs. Pankhurst has been arrested in her pastime of terroiizing Kngland, wllich
she ; romised to do again wben she
i."o!f In different parte of the Dominion last winter. Well, the game
Is u'. an i sho goes to mison for nlnp
months. While Mrs. Pankhurst was
plain" in this hard luck, a somewhat humbler suffragette was findings things coming her way.     Thi3
Notice���To whom it may concern:
Those who aspire to witness the second game of the Minto Cup series,
which will be pulled off In Vancouver this afternoon, will have to take
their chance of securing tickets on
their arrival owing to Mr. Con Jones
not having sent the usual batch of
pasteboards ovei' to the   Royal City.
This is a new move on the part of
the Vancouver manager, and Just
where he will beneflt remains to be
seen. He evidently figures there will
he more than enough people Trom the
Terminal City to HU the big enclosure known as Recreation Park,
where the game will be staged. However, so lie it, Con has the whole say
and he certainly needs the collateral
to provide pocket money for his
$5500 beauty, besides a host of others
whom he has on the roster.
With perhaps two exceptions, the
clubs will field the same teams as
last week, Billy West pel-bap's taking
Don Cameron's place on the defense,
while Tommy Gifford will replace his
brother Hughie on the local lineup.
Tommy has recovered from his indisposition, which pievented him playing in the flrst game, and has been
showing some class in the workouts
held during the week.
The dual system of referee will be
in force once more. Joe Reynolds and
George Tuck being tlie appointees.
Tlie selection of these men in place
of Alex Turnbull has caused no little
surprise In both cities, but the commission are the powers that be and
what they sav goes.
Mayor Findlay of Vancouver, will
have the honor of facing off the ball
and making the customary remarks
regarding rough play to the opposing  players.
lust   to show the contestants that
fort..rule Buffiaaatte was   the widow
or Gus tubiin, the heavyweight, who the flnlnp; of fn,,r 0. thP, piavera this
in Ms lirce fought and* won many bat- ] woek j, no jokei ,(,,, commissioners
ties In i".' ring. He '"it an estate I wiW visit, eacb team in the clubhoaae
worth $40,000, and a will in favor of before tho game starts, and 'here and
;h(* widow. His brothers and sinters then Issue str! I instructions worn
tried in have "a lcok in.' b.t th��||Bni or whatey* ore may cnll it. to
it i throw them out, and passed those who desire to give '.he fan
thi ruise to Mis. 8ar?.b ���'���!. Ruhlln I their money's Nortli.
who Is prominent In the ranks cf ti:t i    Special cms have been arruv-e' bv
' the B. C. -���'������ R, lo car V Ih ��� CTO v.;
irom the P.oyal City, ind all se im
confident that with sn even hreajt In
luck, the Salmon Bellies will icpeat
lag��   KvUiav's trick.
(���'���coring   to    hls    etjetPTn     ->���.-��� .��pr
Cray wl'l not announce thc local llne-
.up jntil    a taw minutes *����ft>re   the
me-   staits. bui    the   following   is
nark:
Vancouver.
N< .v Vork suffrage tfs.
The following titbit of sporting lore
bas heen going the rounds: "William
Arthur Cummings, the dls overer o!
tbe 'cjrve' in baseball. Is livin$ in
niodfst retirement In t'ie village o'
AthOl, Mass. i e inf.olure 1 it whllel
li��  played  Wtth the* rnvtoV-r i*i n.oo'-'
lyn.      He rotked    tbe possibility of (thought to be within tic
curving a ball  while th.cwiqg a half       Westminster���
dozen  clam    shells    in    Idle am::c-                               Coal,
ment." I Clark       Hess
TMs Wp.s another irfitance of great ;                             Poipi.
truths and laws of nature bein-: 81*.. Howard       Griffith
Covered by accident. Newton, while
lying under an an; !e tre?, observed
that tiie lire ttpTlcS d'O'ned down to
the ground instead of drop; ing un in
;he  -'���������'. and  thnt tbi��v continued to
this with remarkah'a an' praise-  G  Xvennlo
Cover Point.
T. GlfTord      West
First Defence.
J. Clifford      Picketing
Second Defence.
oo
worthv regularity.    And so the great
philosopher rulled out of the air the
law   of   gravitation.       Watt    noticed
that when his mother's teake:tle boiled  too hard the steam blew the Hd
off, and he went to work and built
the steam ene iue.    An artist    reproduce'  bank  notes bv  means   of the
camera, anl he went lo penitentiary.
And-Wililam   Arthur   Cummings,  by
watching the flight of oyster shells
hit ' "on lhe idea of curved balls tha>t /
would   deceive   the  batter   and   still i
pass over the plate: and batters have.
hee:j   fanning  out  ever  since,   while j
Ihe  fans have been divided between
admiration  of  the pitcher .and  disgust for the batter.
/
T.
YV.
.. Ion
Third Defence.
Itennie       Godfrey
Centre.
Turnbull       M.Uheson
Third   Home.
C.  Sprins        Murray
Second Home.
Wintemute       McGregor
First Lome.
Feeney        Carter
Ou.'side Home.
Turnbull       McDougall
Inside Home.
Spring    ������    Lalonde
L.
Fere Is   a teal trm'.
money out of oil h''t I*
it makes its
"Vt3   Its   tVU?f
in James Flynn, for Ihls Is tve ne��'S
that comes from the S*>"*H. "\ ���****�����
eat* rf nil oreratms of Cas-er. Wye,
hea.It 1 by B��rt Orchard, raised ��2a-
coo t" ba"k Jim F'vnn ft ntnwWJfl
odds in his flght with .facl; Johnson
Ht lis Ve^as on Ju''' 4, for ��� ne
I e*' weight championship of the
ttOcM."
Qecen's Psrk should be the scene
of rn Inie-eating encounter this aft-
ernfion, when the FPiior Amateur
twelve will play their first game
against the Victoria team In the
Mann Cun seiies. roth loams, will
have iiactlcnily a liferent lineup
than when they met last vear. owing
t<> dlffe>enres in tho Capital c t>
club and deoaHufM oit of the city
of local hcs. Nevertheless, the
game shoul.1 bo a wo"thy one for local srorling enthus'asta to support,
it has been found n"t In past years.
that running an nmateur team, wh*re
traveling exfenses ore eomewhn^
heavy, is no cinch of a W�� ����8 the
>1 of the sve,r,fl"fl of the local
��� ���
e BASEBALL. *
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Northwestern League.
Won. Lo3t. Pet
il'ipe !1
v)?e ri'tt of ^lace.
24
23
21
21
24
S3
.541
. 5S4
.520
.500
.452
.44!
Portland   	
Vancouver  	
Victoria   	
'ia oma  	
-vvtle   	
sto kane    19
Yesterdays Games.
At Seattle��� ' R. H. E
Victoria  B .11    1
Poitland    3 tS    1
ilatteiies:    Concannon  and  Meek;
Tonnoson, l.sniline and Han is.
a, h. e.
I    2    1
t, f - i
w        I        I
Lev; Is:
MMlis saiiSey
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
=feS;
Cinclnntl    2
Pittsburg o
Batteries:      Fromme,    Bagby
McLean; Adams and Gibson.
and
American   League,
Won.
Chicago  28
Boston          25
Philadelphia    .'.17
Washington 18
Detroit    20
Cleveland 17
New Yoik 12
St. Louis U
Yestei day's. Cames
At St. Louis���
Detroit  	
St. Louis  	
Catteries: Willett. Works
age;   Powell and  Stephens,
Lost.
12
13
16
17
20
lfl
R
.  1
. I)
an 1
Kr:
Pot.
.700
.��15S
.515
.51,4
.500
.���172
..'153
.316
H. E.
���;   1
14 0
Stan-
chell.
GRANDVIEW BEATEN
BV SAPPERTON TEAM
Local   Intermediates Trim  Vancouver
Bunch by Four Goals to Two-
Fast  Game.
tdrni tendered profuse apologies to
the people of the old town (Alberni)
for the 1 emoval of the said post
(calculated to be accepted as an admission of knowledge of guilt on the
part of some residents of the city
of Port Alberni) is declared by the
mayor and aldermen, severally and
individually, to be absolutely false:
"That it cannot be shown, nor does
this board of trade believe, that any
resident of the city of Port Alberni
had a hand in the iemoval of the
said post, and that the contention
that the removal of the post was
ptompied by a spirit of rivalry and
jealousy on the part of the people of
this city is misleading and calculated
to be Injurious to the good name of
this city."
H. L. HAYNE,
Honorary Secretary.
WE WE SOME CLIENT'S MONEY WAITING TO BUY
AGREEMENTS Of SALE
If you require ready money and have an agreement of sale it will
pay you to see us.   Reasonable terms���no delay.
THE
WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LTD.
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Hats off to the Sappertonians.'
Last evening they had the temerity
to stack up against one of the senior
Intei mediate teams of Vancouver,
viz, Grandview, and when the final
whistle sounded the score sheet sho.v-
cd the locals in front, 4-2.
Willi a reorganized team, the Sappertons pla;edr a somewhat lagged
tame at ihe outset, but In tiie second
quarter Improved, and fiom then on
headed their opponents at every
sta^e. Bert Johnston, the local cen-
tie, was theie with tiip goods as usual and cne of his goals was the
piettiest seen In a juni'ir game lor
some time past. This boy v.ili boar
watching and witu a lltUe more
"���'-ight In his favor v.ill undoubtedly
U'.e some of lhe seniors ,: ha. 1 1 un
lor   place.
The game,    which    was    billed t->j
start at  *i.]5 p.m., did  not open   ap
until near se\cn o'clock, owing to ihe
home team not being   i:i   leadiness.
GianJview opened the s t:iu,   after
t.vo minutes of j 1 iy. but did rot hold
t*at  Pdvaiitaec   Ion.".     Wil!   Patchell
played his usual game cn the defease
and   was   material   in   stopping   many
a setio'.is rush on tht* part of the vls-
itois,  who outweighed  the  locals in
every position.
���������������������������***������ v�� ��ec *>*>*���*>*>**.
*��� m
�� Correspondence I
�� ��
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The Daily .News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its corespondents.
ALBERNI  HIGHWAY POST.
and
'At Tacoma���
Vaiwouver  	
Tacoma  	
Bat.cries:      I n; :e
Meikle ai:d Crittenden.
At S] okane���r ft- H. E,
Sroknne    *    A    1
Seattle  Ml   -
Batteries:     Noyce.  Kraft and    De
Vogt; Mclvor iuid Wally.
National Leaque.
��� V, on. Lost.
New Tork   -*     1
Cincinnati    23   17
who have p)a>ed the mme, rising
from tbe intermedins <o the senior
amateurs, end thenco to tho profes-
eionil ra'i'rs. , .    ..
Tlvs V is thst if the fame it *��
he fostered, ir tse  a+'endrn-e   I    ���
t
1 eo
su'-oft the srrfc'eur team
Editor Daily Sews.
Dear Sir,���As eeveral of the statements referred to below have appeared iu the newspapers of B. C. we
would be glad if you would !;lndl>
give prominence to the folowin?
resolution passed at a reauiar meet
Ing of the Poi't Alberni board of
trade held on Maj  20, 1912:
"Whereas, in press reports sent
out from tbe headquarters of the
Canadian Highway association Jn
New Westminster, B.C., oontainin;-
Inteniews with President W. J. Kerr
and appealing in several ncwspupe:s
of British Columbia, the mayor an'
council and citlzeus of Port Alberni
have been falsely represented in
connection with a t.tnvo'-ary remo.n'
of a highway pos' (Join the to^n of
Alberni;
���Therefore, be lt  :esolvcd that tr
several boards of trade and the daily
pies.? of Biitish Columbia be advised
as follows:
'That the repeated statement that
the major anl council of    Port    Al-
<e Hnt'uVto thp.a^'n^c t*en the
eonie of New We'tm'nster, must
su-"ort l��>e nms'eur team. |
The Vi->or!n .^e-n will he rt tM-J
r,'v "Bol*1 ohnson. gwl; KranV
Sweeney, rr'nf J. ,%"'-ers WK'
point; ' riettlcrov. first de.'ense;
Styles Eotond d?"cnre' "ohn Johnson, third tetintri', MoCarte*. centre' I'n'.er, third home: P.yniolfcor.
second home'; Clut�� (Capt.), first
lmroo: MOinnald outsUo home; Ferguson, inside home. ���*���
Pet
.US'!
.57B
.528
.uie
.ran
,383
12      .344 1
...   11    2G      .33.1'
Yesterdav's Games. j
At Brooklyn- It. H. E. I
Bosion  3   B   2
Brcovhp  9 lp   "
I'.atteiles'     Dion,   McTlrue   and
Kling. Gowd������: Tingling and Erwln.
Se-ond game��� R.H.E.
Boston   3   8*3
Bioulilvr.    8 14   2
Bnltetles:    Bio,��n,    Donnelly    nnd
Cowdv,  R:ifon  Uucker and Erwln,
At .���   " Ycrk��� n. H. T*.
p��   Louis f>   8   0
?;ew York  1   fi   4
Rnttetles:    Wll'l^   nnd Bresnahan;
Wiltse, Teserau and Meyers.
At Pitt-burg��� '   R.H.E.
C/.MDIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative call   and
explain what makes this possible.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
In Milan, Braids,  American and
English Sennets
Many in the Low  Crown,   Wide
Brim styles, a style to suit
every face
$1.75, $2.00 up to $5.00
Panamas imported direct from
Ecuador ��
Prices $6.00 up to $15.00
It will be worth your while to inspect these New American Styles
A. S. IVI ILLS & CO.
SMART APPAREL FOR THE YOUNGER
MEN, 16 TO 60
FORD
"Safety"���spell it the new way and it's
; 'F-o-r-d." Certainty of operation���strength
and lightness, made possible by Vanadium
steel���simplicity of construction - - - these
make the Ford the safest car in the world.
A reason why every third car on the highway this year will be a Pord.
AU Fords are Model T's���-all alikr* except tho bodiea. The t.vo passenger runabout costs $775���the flve passenger touring car $850���the
del" very oaf $876���the town car $1100>rf. o. b. Walkerville, Ont., com-
rletely ori;:l.?!��J. Catalogue from Ford Moldr Company ot Canada,
limited, or direct ficm WalReruiie.
VANCOUVER CARRIAGE and IMPLEMENT COMPANY
343 FRONT StREET. PHONE 965.
TO MAKE MONEY tl
FRED DAVIS
The Man  Who Saves You  Money
535 FRONT STREET
Near the Market, but out of the High Rental District
ITere Is a chance to get what you need for the home at prices that'
will suit you.   Note the following:
Golden Oak Dressers, size of mirror 1Gx20, top of base #4S"E��/\
34x18%, with three large drawers  ... sPv.DU
Commodes to match ,..    ..$2.75
White Enamelled Bed with brass knobs 4 feet C inches, rf������* g*r|
full slice; spring and mattiess complete   ^"I��OU
White Enamelled Bed with spur brass knobs and collars, qnd braes
rails; full size; spring and mattress complete. This d>1 A nr
make^ a good outfit  j   ��P 1 *}*�����**}
Wardrobes In golden oak or early English, 36 Inches ({��* * f*t\
wide, 78 Inches high; large beveled plate glass door   $ A JL ����!!)l��
Couches upholstered green velute *PHtaa���t*J
English Oil Cloth (I import direct), per j����r2 .23c
English Linoleum (I import direct), p��v yard .'  .403
AU other goods at equally low prices.
/
���HMIWi PAQK SEL
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 191S
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
-J   Re Lot $5, Group Two (2), New West-
minster District.
A certificate of indefeasible Title to ',
the above property will be issued   to.
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th;
'   day of June. 1H12, unless iu ihe mean-
time a valid    objection    thereto    be.
1  made to me in writing by a person or j
���   persons claiming un estate or Interest:
1  therein, or in anv part thereof,
c. S. KKITH,
Dlatriot Registrar of Titles.
<      Land Rcuistry Office, New Westmln-
V Bter, B. C, May 13, 1912.
The  pet son or persons hnving    in
" their custodv or possession tlie follow-
1 ing Title Deeds relating to the said
property nre requested to deliver the
1 same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. Sth duly. 1904, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), New Westminster Distiict.
WHITESIDE K-. EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
neer and City Assessor having  been
adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B.' C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority ol
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged ln le-
spect of such works representing al
least one half in value thereof is presented to the Council within lifteen
days from the date of the lirst publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed Improve
ments under such terms and condi
(ions as io the payment of the costs
or such improvements as the Council
may may by bylaw in that behalf regulate and delermlnc and also to
make the said assessment.
Dated this loth   day of May, 1912
\V. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk
Date of first publication   16th May
1912.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
CITY     OF
Local
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
mprovement    Notice ��� Sixth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster haying by resolution determined and sj���ecll'.cd tnat
it is desirable to cany out the following works of laying Main Storm sew-
ers and works contingent theieto on
the following streets:
Sixth street fiom Clarkson to ��i\th
avenue.
Sixtn avenue from Sixtli street to
Third stieet.
Fourth street from. Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina Btieet from Third stieet to
Fourth street.
Fifth avenue from Fifth street to
Sixth street.
..   Lane lis feet noith of Fourth avenue between Fifth and   Sixth   street.
Blackford street trom Sixtli street
to Fifth streets.
Thi.d avenue from Sixth street to
Fo.uth stieet.
Lancaster street from Sixth stieet
to Fourth street
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local
Fifth
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal   Councli of the  City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified   that
It Is desirable to carry out the following works of laylng-'Maln Storm sew-
j ers and works contingent thereto on
the tollowing streets:
Fifth street   from Third   to   Sixth
j avenue.
Fifth avenue  fiom   Fourth to Fifth
j stieets.
Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fifth
j sti eets.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
j streets.
And that said works be carried out
I In accordance with the provisions ol
j "The Local Improvement Ceneral Bylaw  1012."
And the City Engineer and City As
sessor having repotted to the Coun-
j cil ln accordance with the provisions
iof the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said leports of the said City Engineer
St."George* street from Sixth street   ���<1 City Assessor having been adopt-
to Fouith street, ed by the Council.
Liverpool  street  fiom  Sixth  street      Notice is hereby given that the sale
to Fourth stieet retorts are open for inspection at tht
Queens avenue from Sixth street to  ����"ce ��[ the City Assessor  City Hall
Fourth stieet Columbia   stieet.  New   Westminster
Cunningham    street    from     Sixth  B.  C,   and   that   unless   a   petition
street to Fourth street. I against   the   proposed   works   above
Agnes street   f.om Sixth  stieet to   mentioned  Blgned  by a   majority o'
Foujth street the owners ol the land or real prop
Vlctotia stieet f:om Sixth street to  eit-v l0 le assessed or charged in re-
Fourth s'reet spect of such works   representing   at
Carnarvon street from Sixth  street   'easl one half in value thereof Is pre-
to Fourth street                                          sented  to the   Council  within   fifteen
Cterkson Street from   Sixth   street   tluya from the date of the first publl
to Church stieet                                          cation of this notice the Councll  will
'  And tbat said works be carried out   proceed  with  tho proposed   Improve
ln accordance with the provisions   of|mcn's   under  such   terms   nnd   condi
the  "Local Improvement Genera)  By-|tlo���� as  to thc J nyment of the cos!
law 191" "    '                          K                     / 3'* sue.'] improvements as tlie Council
i  Am! tTe'CJfv "Engineer nV! Clt;.' As-f "��av by by-law fn that -hehalf regtit.tt |
sessor having reported to the Coun-i *ttfj1 determine ard a!so to male ('-
cil in accotdance with the ,ir-i.-'..!.o.v \ sa^ f"fff���ent-
Of   the   si\i   v.'.aw   m.ou   th:   K.iL'..     Ja'eJ ,ms
yjorjes vi-i'v; statements sbo-.vlns lhe
amounts estimates to be chargeable \
against the various   loitlons   of real'
porperty to be benefited by the said   1912.
porks and other particulars and the
said   reports  bf   -*\>i'  said    City   Engl-1
neer and (it;   Assessor having  been
adopted by Ito Council.
Notice is hereby given that thai
said lepcrts are open for Inspection]
qt the office of the City Assesor,
City [Sail, Colombia stieet, New
Westminster, B. C.i and that unless a
petition against the proposed works
above mentioned signed hy a majority of the owners of the land or
real property to be assessed or
charged in resrect of such works rep-
tesepting at. least one half in \alue
thereof is piesented to the Council
within fifteen days from the date of
the first publication of this notice
tihe Council will proceed with the proposed improvements under such
terms nnd conditions .as to the payment of the cost of such improvements us the Council may by bylaw
in that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this   loth   dav of May, 1012.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of f.rst publication Kith May,
1012.
ltth dav of   Mav. 1912
VY. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Date of first publication   l'Uh May
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local     Improvement     Not'co���Fourtl
Street Stcrm Cewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the Citj
of New Westminster having by ies
oiution determined an.l specified thai
i( is desirable to carrj out the following works of laying Main Storm Sew
ers and works contingent thereto or
the following streets:
Fourth s'reet from Clarkson street
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth avenue fiom Third to. Fourtl;.
streets,
Fourth avenue from Second tc
Fourth streets.
Oak Etreet from Fourth to Fifth
avenues.
Third avenue from Second to
Fourth streets.
Pine street from Third to Fourth
avenues.
Pearson  stieet and right-of-way.
Queens avenue from Third to
Fourth  streets.
Royal avenue from Third street to
Wise ravine.
Cunningham street from Merivale
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Merivale street
to Fourth street.
Dickenson stroet from Merivale
street to Blackwood sireet.
Blackwood street fiom Dickenson
street to Carnarvon street.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale   to
Local     Improvement     Notice ��� First
and   Second  Streets  Storm  Sewer
Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by reso-! Fourth streets
lution. determined and specified that it Anu tnat said works be carried out
is desirable to carry out the follow-j in accordance with the provisions of
ing works of laving Main Storm Sew-.the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1812."
ers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Second   street   fiom   Royal   avenue
to Elgin street.
First street from  Hoyal avenue to
St. Patrick street.
St.  Patrick   from   First   to
streets.
. Fourth  avenue  from First  to  Second streets.
Arbutus street.
Emory street.
Third avenue from First to Second
streets
And the City Engineer ond City
Assessor having reported to ttie
Council in accordance with the provisions of the said bylaw upon the
said wotks giving statements show-
Third Ing ihe amounts estimated to be
chargeable against the various portions of real property to be. benefited
by the said works and other particulars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer and City Assessor having Veen adopted by the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
Queens avenue from First to Third j re] orts  aie   ojien   for inspection   at
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C.i and that unless a petition
against the proposed work? above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real property
to be assessed or charged in respect
or such works lepresentlng at. least
one half in value thereof is presented to the Council within fiffeen days
from (lie date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed
with the proposed improvements under such terms nnd conditions as to
the pavment of the cost of such Improvements us the Council may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate and determinate and  also to make the said
streets.
Manitoba street.
Peele street.
Bonson street.
Park How.
Vancouver street.
Gianville street.
Koyal avenue trom Third street (o
AIcBride Boulevard.
.Leopold Place.
And that said works be carried out |
in acordance wilh the provisions   of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1012.:'
And (he City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council In accordance with the provisions
the
or   the    said    bylaw   upon   the   said
works giving statements showing the j assessment.
amounts estimated to be   chargeable      Dated this 15th   dny of May. 1012.
against the various   portions   of real' W. A. DUNCAN,
pi open v to be benefited by the said. City Clerk.
works and other particulars and the'     ^te of first publication 16th May,
eaid reports of the said   City  Engl-  1912. _...., ,j _.
Arrival:
10:00���Vancouver  via  G
?:40-
Closlng
N.  It.
 23:00
���Vancouver via B. C. E. It.
(daily except Sunday). 11:15
12:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .20:30
10:30��� Barnston islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, und leaves
Mondav, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(daily except Sunday) .11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
L6: IB���United States via G. N. R.
idaily exceot Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)    8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (dally)   13:15
11:40--Sapperton   and    Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Suuday)    8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills      iduiiy      except
Sunday)      14:00
11:40���Co(|tiitlam      (daily    except  Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.15
0:00���Ladner. Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  14:30
14:00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday    14:30
0:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:00���Annieville   aud   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday) .14:30
0:()0���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Sld-
ine via (j. N. ll.
(dally except Sunday) ,l4-2i
Ll:20���Cloverdale and Port Ke'.ls
via   G.   N.   R.   idaily  except  Sunday) 14:0(.
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday uud Sal-
day       14:00
11:20���Tvnehead   i Tuesday   and
"Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lafce tdally exoept Suuoav    I6:0i
LS: 00���Edmonds    (dally   except
Sunday)    lfi:J>0
18:10���Ahbotsford. L'pi er Sumas,
Matstiui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)   23:00
6:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily     except
Sunday) 9:46
5:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Htdge
and Hazlemere i Tueo-
day, Thursday and Saturday    9.4:
VI.20��� Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
Lehman, *\ tdergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Cen tre,Cloverdale,Langley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley. Coghlan, Sardis. Sperlinu Station,
Dennison Station. Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. F. R. (daily except
Sunday)      d:00
ll:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. R. It. i Monday
Wednesday and Fiiday        9:00
2o:40��� Chilli.<'ae'-: via B, C. K. K.
idaily excepl  Sunday) .17:30
11:20���Abbotsford. Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. It. Idaily
except Sunday)   17:3n
20:40���Cloverdale   via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
2:00���Fraser    Arm     and     Alta
Vista    2:1:00
MABEL'SGHITGHAT
Interesting Facts About the Valua
of Oriental Rugs.
THIS   GAME   IS   A   PUZZLER.
5
A  Harmless  Remedy,   Made
from Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair,
A feeling of sadness accompanies the
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing age. Gray nair, however
handsome it mav be, makes a person
look old. NWe all know the advantages
of being young. Aside from the good
impression a youthful appearance makes
on others, simply knowing that you nro
"looking fit" gives one courage to
undertake and accomplish things. So
why suffer the handicap of looking old
on account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' time ?
Most people know that common garden sage acts as a color restorer and
scalp tonic as well. Our grandmothers
used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
hair dark, soft and luxuriant. In
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and other valuable remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair thnt i3 split at the
ends or constantly coming out. A few
applications of thi3 valuable remedy
will bring back the color, and in Q short
time it will remove every trace of dandruff and greatly improve thc growth
and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from yo#r
druggist today, nnd notice the difference
in your hair after a few days' treatment. All druggists sell it, under guarantee that the money will be refunded if
the remedy is notcxactly as represented,
-cial Agents, D. S. Curtis nnd H
Ryall.
,.&.
Ll!
When Closet Space It at ��� Premium
Try This Practical Method For Gaining Extra Room���Wadding Present
For the Girl Who Motors.
Dear Elsa-Well. denr. I hnve Just
bought a new rug. nn oriental, for the
sitting room, and 1 wish you could
see what u beauty it Is. Extravagant!
No. I don't think 1 have been splurging. 1 know tbat most people not overburdened wltb riches select the cheaper domestic Tugs, believing thut money
would be wasted in tbe higher priced
oriental variedes. however much (bey
mny appeal (o one's artistic taste.
Now. I argue tbat the difference In cost
per square foot between the average
orlenlnl nnd the home product umouuts
to little ln comparison with the difference In endurance. Of course the proper
judgment ln selecting a rug must be
exercised, aud the fact Is often overlooked that, while the nap of the domestic rug ls worn dowu to the wurp.
the oriental hns been Improving lu
color nnd sheen ns well uk In'value.
In buying tlrst select what pleases
jou In size, color and design, then
take time and go over lt as thoroughly
ns a horseman would over a horse
which be contemplates buying. I.lft
It to test the weight. Oriental rugs
ore much heavier in proportliui to their
size than the domestics. See tf It lies
straight on the floor and has no folds.
Tnke hold nf the center and pull It
up Into ii sort of cone shape, lf compactly woven It will stand alone Just
ns a piece of good silk wlll. Examine
the pile und see whether lt Is long,
short or worn In places down to the
warp threads; also note thf- number of
knots to the square Inch and whether
or um tliey lire tinnly tied.
Separate the pile, noting whether the
wool  is of  the  same  color,  but  of a
deeper shade nini  the knot (ban It Is
on  the surface,  or  If  It is of nn  entirely different color.    Vegetable dyes
Usually  fade lo lighter shades of the
original  color,   while anilines  fade to
different colors    A good way to test
the   material,   this   very   clever   salesman   fold   mi'.   Is   to   lightly   burn  the
lurfnee with n itmtcii, tnus producing
a   black   .-put.     It   tlie   wool   Is   good
tbe  singed   part   can   lie   brushed   ��!T
without  (he   least   trace  nt  llie   liiirn.
Now,  I lim  sore  Oy  this time  1   Pare
convinced .vim Hint In Uie long rut) putting ui'iiii.y It) nn'orienful rug Is clieup-
pr than iuve.sliiig ui the domestic va-
t'.,���'.;-.
It seems to me lliat after 1 had fin-
Ished my luniseelennlUR Uiis spring
jthPfp was less room tban usual m
which t<> dispose of the winter'* cloth-
In'X. One's clothe* bave sucb nn uncomfortable habit of accumulating.and
folding garments mnke tliem look so
Shabby, so I bnve devised a scheme to
Mve roun that I am quite proud of.
Every one Is in n hurry nowadays, and
those with time on (heir hands prefer
to do something more valuable with
It than searching for (heir attire In
picked wnrdrolies und shelves, so I'm
thinking of having iny idea pateuted.
Ilere It Is:
We had a lot of old bonks that were
reposing In two tall bookcases iu llie
library. These I suid to a secondhand
bookseller, and the space thus gained 1
now use In which to hang Dick's nest
Clothes and my own smart frocks
How? Simply by having u rod run u
few Inches from Ihe top of the bookcases across from side to side, and on
thi'; rod as closely as can he safely stow
ed are hangers so arranged in (he Improvised cupboard that (he dresses Ile
But, side by side, without Injury. Curtains of green sill; bide nil suspicion
et the "menus lo un end" adjustment.
Vhat do you think of the idea'.'
Last week I had to entertain the
(ewlng society, and us several new
members have beeu added to the baud
the affair promised to he it little stilt
and formal. To overcome this difficulty we ployed the following gatnt��,
Which Is calculated to divert the most
so.etnn assemblage of guests:
I'!-tribute puds nnd pencils to those
present nnd (ben bave one person read
o? these questions, the guests writing
them down and leaving space utter
each one lo write in the answer. In
Whal relationship to yourself do these
I'orsuiis stand:
V"iir father'* uncle's brother's wife?
She Is your limit until.
^ntir mother's nephew'* daughter's
S'uf/   Third cousin.
lour brother'* son's sister'* mother?
Sister iu-luw.
Vour sister-in-law's father-In law's
gniudson?   Nephew,
Your uncle's father's onl.v grandson
or granddaughter?   Yourself.
Your brother-in-law's wife's grandmother's husband?   Grandfather.
Your grandfather's daughter'* daughter?   First cousin.
The granddaughter of (he only son
of your mother's mother-in-law? Your
niece.
The answers must not be given out.
but should be kept by the one who
reads tbe questions.
You want to know wbat to buy for
Dorothy D.'s wedding present? As she
Is going to have n motor honeymoon,
why not get her one ot the new chiffon
motdr veils, with pin lo match In
enamel, which come In lovely little
soft leather cases, or a pair of goggle*
marked with ber monogram ln sliver?
If you decide upon either of these
novelties send word to       MABEL.
New lork. -
FIG DAINTIES.
Navel Ways of Using This Popular
Fruit.
English Fig Puddiug.-Mlx together
two-thirds of it cnitiiii of chopped suet,
one cupful finely chopped figs, (wo und
a half cupful* of breadcrumbs, u half
cupful cocoa, one cti|iful sugar, a quarter teuspoouful of suit, a teaspoonful
orange or vanilla extract and then
three well beaten egg*. Put luto u
well greased mold und sleum three
and a half hours. Turn oul and serve
hot with ii ginger sauce or cold with a
garnish of whipped sweetened and .flavored cream.
Chocolate Fig l'te.���Beat the yolks
of four eggs, add one full cut) of sugar
and stir well together. Add eight heaping liiblespoonl'uls of grated chocolate
uud beat, ugillu. Put lulu a saucepan
and a* It heals silr lu slowly two
tablespoonfuls of Hour dissolved ln a
quarter cupful of cold milk. A* It begins tu thicken take from the fire nnd
ndd one large cupful chopped tigs. Line
two pie tins with pastry und bake.
Then put lu the lining nnd return to
the oven h few moments to "set." Beat
the whites of the four egg* with four
scant tablespoonfuls of sugar and a
teaspoonful of vanilla. Spread lightly
over the pies. Set back ln a coollsh
oven to puff und brown.
Stuffed Figs.���For tbls purpose use
the bag tigs that have nol ieen pressed.
Cut a small slit nt the stem end of each
(lg and fill with *alted pecans or ul-
mond*. Press together und roll In powdered sugar.
Fig Sundwlshes.-Chop the figs very
flne, add wuter to mnke a thin, smooth
paste and cook gently until of spreading consistency. Add nut ment chopped
flne. with orange Juice or extract to
flavor, or, If preferred, use grated
candied lemon or orange peel, wltb
fresh fruit Juice to taste. Spread between thin slices of buttered brown
bread cut In fanciful shapes or between
thin slice* of angel food or sponge
cuke.
JCHURCH!
!SERVICES!
(Changes for this column must be'
left, at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 a.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that uo details have been
supplied.)
Effective Uie of Bordered Material.
Border* this season tire not used
straight around a skirt. Graceful
oblique effects   have  tbe  preference.
STniTED  inucn  (IF  hokdf.ukd kai.qci-
sierra.
This striped gray and white marquisette Is most effectively draped, uud
the contrast of the dark border aud
white luce flounce l�� excellent.
Inexpentivo ancl Helpful Menus.
The   following   simple   menus   may
prove a  help to tbe housewife who Is
tired of thinking Just what to give the
family to eat:
BREAKFAST.
Stewed Klgs Cereal. .
Buttered Totmt.
I i.i emi and Errs.
Coffee or Cocoa.
LUNCHEON.
Lamb Slew With Carrots.
Jnhntivcnke.
Stewed Dried IVuchee and Raisins.
Ten.
DINNER.
I'fli .Simp.
6tufTed Halibut.        Mashed Potatoes.
Uscvlnped unions.
Tomato Jelly Detail.
Applet! In MtipJe Slnip.
BREAK EAST.
Oranges ur linked Apple*.
Cornmeal Porridge.
Rolled Ham, Cut Thin und Bruited Slightly.
Cieuin niBUUlt*.
Coffee,
LUNCHEON.
Creamed Elph.
Lettuce With Flench Drr��fing.
Sallv l.unn.
nice Pudding Without Egg*.
Orape Jelly.
DINNER.
Cream of Corn Soup.
Beefsteak Karcl.
Btrlng Beans, Boiled Rice.
Pickled Onions.
Cabbage WUh CheeBe.
Prune Souffle.
SIXTH  AVENUE   METHODIST  ���
Rev. V. S. Okell, puslor.    Services at.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at
%'. 30 P.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Bab bat ll
school uud 1 siMe class    at    Z'.'iQ p.m.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,.
M. A., rector; Rev. tieorge A. Kay, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Matins, Holy
Communion and sermon; 8.30 p.m.,
Sunday school; 7 p.m., Evensoir,, and
Sermon.
ST BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 43<b
Tenth Btreet���Rev.    E.    It.    Bartlett,
M.A.,  lector.
STi AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and 8eventh
avenue���Kev. tt. Wallace Collins, UA,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, B.D., pastor. 11
a.m., public worship.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
i PAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
I and Royal avenue, "The Low Church."
\ Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sun-
| day school at 2:30 p.m.
! EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth Btreet an.l
' Third avenue. Burnaby.    Rev. W. C.
1 Frank, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7  p.m.; Sunday  school and  Bible
[clasa at 2:30 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST ��� Kev A. F.
; Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. an.l
] 7 p.m.; Sunday schcol at 2:30 p.m.
COLLINGWOOU METHODIST ���
; Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun-
\ day school ut lo a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Dundonald school
'house;  Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
, school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
i pastor.
i
ST.  STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
Kev. M. U.  Melvln,    li. A.,    min.sier.
Services at il a.m. und 7:.'!o p.m.
I Sunday school and Bible class 2:30
i p.m.
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rey.  E
G.   Thompson.  M.A..     pastor.     Public
worship at  11  a.m. and 7  p.n.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH.
illospkal street���O. II. Anderson, pas-
l tor.    Morning set vice 11 a.m.; Sunday
| scliool  and   Bible class  12  to  1  p.m.;
evening  service  7  p.m.
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Ser-
' vice will be held   at   3 p.m. by   Rev.
! Keid McCulloush, B.A.   Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
NIDAROS" NORWEIGIAN LUTH-
iERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
��� every Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Paula
' Reformed Episcopal church. Sunday
| Bchool following the service. O. Borge,
| pastor, residence Ifioi Eleventh ave-
Inue east, Vancouver.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
| E. D. Braden. pastor. Services ut
I 11 a.m. and i" p.m. Sunday's services
I will be held In tho basement of the
j church. Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be administered at iho
close of the morning service.
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean and Lieut. Reid���Services at 11
a. m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., ln the citi-
del, Eighth stieet. Open air services
as  usual.
FIKST, SWEDISH LUTHERAN
CHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.-
GOSPEL HAL1,���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH���C.
S. McKinley pastor. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 7:3o p.m. by the pastor,
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
IDMOVDS BAPTIST���Service will
be t'ond'ti ted ut 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A.; Sunday school und
Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
How the Flounce Is Used.
There ls such u variety of opinion
shout Ihe best way lo use a flounce
among (he dressmakers this season
that one can see almost any kind of
experiment, good and bad. among the
new models. The inu.lorlty cling to the
feeling that (he flounce must be ar
ranged without fullness, so nn the
new taffeta frocks, ns well us the
smart little serge and corduroy ones
either flve or sli flounces are put <u
withou( a gathering string' and are
shaped like petals at the lower ed^es.
MER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Perunathe Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria   Goorti, Orlonta, Oklahoma, writes:
"My husbsnd, children and myself
havo naed your medicines, and we always keep them in the house in case of
necessity. I was restored to health by
this medicine, and Dr. llartman's Invaluable advice snd books. People ask
about me from different places, and aro
surprised that 1 can do all of my housework alone, and that I was cared by tho
doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband
was cured of asthma, my daughter of"
earache and catarrh of the stomach, and:
my son of catarrh of the throat. When
I was sick I weighed 100 pounds; now I
weigh 140.
"I have regained my health again, and
I eannot thank yoa enough for your
advice. May God give yon a long Ufa,
wid bless your work." SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE 8EVEN
OTICE!
To Readers of the
Westminster Daily
This publication is now owned by the NATIONAL
PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LTD., a corporate
body, the directors of which are all well known business men of this city.
The National Printing & Publishing Company are
in the field to produce a Live Morning Paper worthy
of the Royal City. It will be a Strictly Independent
organ looking ever to the interests of the community and the broader issues at stake in our midst.
The National Printing & Publishing Co.,
Ltd. is capitalized at $125,000 in shares
of $100 issued at par value.
At present it is the intention of the Directors to
subscribe the sum of $20,000. This will put the
paper on a satisfactory basis, and the city will then
have a morning publication second to none on the
coast.
WANTED!
Every leading business man and citizen to subscribe
to an organization which is to devote itself to the
promoting of the city's welfare. Mr. Jas. R. Duncan,
who has been appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the
company, will be glad to give you full particulars,
and show you wherein the new organization will
make good.
Write or call up the Secretary at the registered office of the company, corner of
McKenzie and Victoria streets, 'Phone
999 or 669
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL OKDEIt OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets ln K. of P. Hall. Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J, Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
worl; specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-Iaw, soilcltois, etc. Offices, Rooms
0 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
jjg&CANADIAN PACIFIC
WRAILWAY CO,
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:2.1.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
w
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbls
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
1. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 61<i Columbl?
street.   Over C. P. R. Teleg'aph.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers Rnd Sollcitoig
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and t
Gulchon Mock, corner Columbia and
McKenzie 'itreets; Vancouver at
flees, WIIMams building. 41 Gran
rllle street. F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler. W. C. McQuarrie, G. E
"lartln. Geo. Cassndy.
VANC0UVER-VICT0RIASEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. in. and 11 p. m. '
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. in. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack  7  a.m. Tuesday,
| Thursday and Saturday.
j ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT   OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
Between   Leeson,  Dickie, Gross  &
Company,  Limited, Plaintiffs, and J.
A. Tellier, Defendant.
- To the above named defendant, J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons dated the :ird day of April, lgjj,
has been issued agalnat you, fn the
above Court by Leeson, Dickie, Cross
& Company, Limited for $1556.0!), being a balance due by.you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for inteiest.
The following are the  particulars:
1911. Nov. HO. Goods sold and
delivered    as   per   account
rendered      $1520.61
Interest          35.48
Balance    overdue    and    payable       $1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was issued herein under the Attachment of
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company,  Limited as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Court has, by order, dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
and of the said order to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice In
a dally newspaper published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
days after the expiration of the publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance.to be entered for
you at the ofTice of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that in default
of your eo doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with this action and Judgment may be given dgainst you in
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCK.BRILL,
Deputy. District Registrar.
FraFer and   Blakney,   Plaintiff's   Solicitors.
I
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
BuaRP OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room. City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month: quarterly meeting on the t Jird Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of Fehruary. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
REMOVALNOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Weatminater,  B.  C.
Workshop  611   Victoria   Street.
' (Over Dally  News. I
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacnic.
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also In Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cer. 6th and Colnmbia
TRY
TR\
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and  Work Guaranteed.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada Mid
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New Tork, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Let*
ters of Credit laeued. available with
correspondents In all parte of the
world.
Savings Bank Dip art meat���DepoeiU
received In eume of $1 and upward,
tnd interest alio wei at 8 per cent, par
annum (preseit rate). ,
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
F. O. GARDINER.
A. L.  MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
, ARCHITECTS
WE8TMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WE8TMINSTER. B. C.
What   Mattered.
Bragging Man���Did you say I was a
deadbeat?
I    Ferocious Little Man���Yes, and I'll
say it to your face.
j    Bragging   Man���On,   I   don't   care
what you do say  to  my  face,  only
' please don't tell anybody else.
Natural   History   Note.
"Teacher, do rabbits make a lioise
like a dog?"
"No; rabbit�� are practically devoid
' of vocal powers."
I    "That's odd.    My story boo': says
] tliey eat cabbage and bark."
Barbers In Egypt.
Many barbers in Egypt are government servants. According to an edict
issued by Ibrahim Pasha in 1M8, vil-
Inqe harbers were ordered to examine
all dead bodies mid register the necessary particulars.
W. R. OILLEY, Phene 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phene 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale an ' - < tall 'oilers <" <"oal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Chasing Silver.
Daily���They say that the art of
chasing silver is a very difficult one.
Borrowit���I know it is. I've been
trying ell the day to find a man who
would lend me half a crown.���London Answers.
Cause of the Quarrel.
"Do you understand the cause of
th.? girls' quarrelf"
"Why, I was told it was aix feet
tall, with hroud shoulders and a
drooping moustache." .
ROUBLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 36, In the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 10-H2A, Issued in the name of Christopher
Brown, has been flled In tbis otfice.
Notice is heieby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newsparer published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of '.he said Certlflcate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B. C. May 11, 1912.
-ft!
NOTICE!
There is no connection    whatever
between the City Dye Works and tbe
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    O. P. BALDWIN,
345 Columbia Street.
OIN GHONG CO.
Merchant: Tailors
24 Mclnnia St.. City.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
"���leohcine  R  113   Offlee:   Princess St
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. Bhould
TELEPHONE 992
and make complaint. Only ln this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 687
NEW WESTMINSTER :     v    B.C*
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THINS
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINE88 RELATIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SER-
VICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
!
CAPITAL  ..   ..
REST	
. $4,600,000*
.$5,600,000
^**���
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
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���fiwiftiifciiiriiiii PAGE EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
-
'*?��� I
I I
TENIS, CA1V1P
- STOVES
��WMi00,$5.50,fl.O0
oiid $il.00
Cooking
Utensils
of aii kinds
tfBQi.6  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
bT&'m. fish
Red Salmon, half or whole, ier lb. 10c
sliced, 2 lbs.  tor    jjBC
Fresh Halibut, 3 Ihs. lor   nM
Fresh Cod, 4 or whole, per lb. ...8c
point Gtey Keirlna, 4 'hs *. .26c
Royal Stui%eqh, Ver lh.  15c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
City News
OF SUCCESS IS FORESIGHT. ARE
VOU POREsJlGHTEU ENOUGH TO
INSURE YOUUS'EHF AGAINST HOSS
TllUnUGH. AGCIOEXT TO YOUR-
SEUE, Y'lUK 1'MPROYEES, Oit
YOUR LIVE STICK. BETTER COME
IN AXU CONSULT ME. I SPECIAL-
JZR ON 1NSCRANCE.
Alfred W, McLeQij
INSURANCE
657 Columbta St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
Start That
Savings   '
*
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
HOSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
Sec Our Window
MUIR'S; DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, V C.
ia ���
Councillor .1. F. Langgan, of Coquitlam, is hack fram a trip to the cast,
nml bas resumed hia duties.
Tho government dredge King Edward is 1; ing at tho Sapperton wharf
undergoing lepairs.
Scholars, don't forgot the special
matinee at the opera houfje this
afte; noon.    Admission five cents.    **
('cam Puffs, Chat lotte Rotiche,
Cream Cakes and Wedding Cakes,
Eighth Stieet Bakery.' Telephone
R 2S1. **
Mr. Ashael Smith, of Ladner, well
known to fame as the potato king,
was in the city vesterdav on a business trip.
Monday, June 3, is the King's birthday. The city oilices. government
office and banks will be closed on
that date.
Mr. Edgar Easier, organizer for the
Moose order, lefl yesterday on a
business trip to Seattle. Ke will return on Monday.
Special matinee for scholars this
Smoked and some dc.ii. "ed Suits
afternoon at the opera house, starting at .2:30.   Admission live cents. **
Tl.e schools of the city will be
closed on Monday, In order to alio*
the kiddies to celebrate the King's
bi.:hday.
There will be no session of thc
Buinaby council on Monday evening owing to it being a holiday. The
weekly meeting will be held on the
Tues Jay evening.
A bad cut on one of the horses and
a little excitement for the market
crowd on Front atreet wa:? the out-
came of a runaway team there yesterday. .
Dv. Hugh L, Dlc'.rey, o;' Vancouver j
tlie well known e>e, car, no.^c andj
threat specialist, paid his UBUal wee';- i
ly visit "to the Hotel RuaStll yeste:-]
day. *"
The general delivery, stamp, parcel
and registry wic'-.ets will he open '.'or
one hour only on Monday, June. 3,
1912, in the local post office, f.om 12
to  1  p.m.
Mr. McCoy, or tiie customs o'fice,
Victoria, was in town .esun "ay after
an absence of several years frow the
Royal city, lie war. much li))p:essed
with the strides raada to,va,''<u Civic
impio.cu.U:!.
lio.v ab6ut yo;;r garden ?   Ring up1
phone L184 and set Tidy, the florist,
to (ii.ole you pi ices on the best s'.jc''
that is grown in tiie country.    They i
matte a specialty of hanging ;i-i:-';or^,
,nd window bo.^es, ���  tt    i
OSpj^r <ollis liam ul UjJJth mz.'.n '���
lltelr appeainnce ih this olty, n looal I
(irui beginning tctlay to use them in!
tne oidirtary course of business. They t
were IfltiS&iced in Vancouver a few'1
weeks ago.
A chinait.aa wor ;ing a1 the Dominion t'ti-e couipau; s plant yesteiday
recelvedja fracture ol Uie tail leg. He
v.as twougnt lu ou one oi i!".<j cais
;um L,i..^n to the KOyai comjnmau
hospital.   HIS in;;.;iies aro Mil io b.
...Ja       I*   .  .,       B��l ..��Uft.
The entire business of t'.ie Central
iiicl utaiMst, i-o.uj.' oi  Eu.'.ith street
and Fifth avenue, has been puronas^d
! i...   mi.  ivi.iuuu    Uuuy,    I.n..    Ueo.i.e
i Bowell liaving severed his connection
| Witu    tne  ni'in.    'I ue    ciuuitc     lakes
eneet oa .lune  1, anl  Mr. Odd;,   will
continue to carry on  the business.
The Eighth street bakery has se-
curtu the services oi wr, Lyons,
formerly of i.unipion lliot*., Vancouver. '1 iie-j wlll iiii'..e an exhibit, ol
lueir ba..try p.oJiu u.,:i in tne win-
..o,\ oi ui. sous ttarUware store, Columbia street, next Wednesday, June
.). aU ladies are Invited to call In
and tet a  kiss���a cocoanut ktsi,
The most recently joined member
of lUe ..ational lieser.e Is Mr.
Philip Jackman, of Aiaergrote, w.io
was one oi the oilglnal party ol
Ito;. al l.ilL,niee.s, as luey now i:r*c,
who came out to found I hla city in
the middle ol lasl century. .Mr. .,ac..-
uianU well o,er ,u no.v, and was al
one tune ieeve o. Langley, He is
wei known in V. estmlm ti r,
Owing to the C \. H. not Qndlng
Itsell in a lo.nltion to j.-i.e ledaeeu
tales to Vvhltd Kcuk on iior.jaj tue
pichtc of the Lor,i Kelvin BchOGi
tu.:.ren has had to le called od.
'I :ns is a disappointment, b..i It i*,
ho; ed to take advantage ol the week-
��� id rate next Saturday and carry
out the same plan.
The old fire apparatus cf the city,
consisting of the chemical wagon and
nose reel, whk'it has been sold to
the Porl Alberni authorities, was yes-
tei day shipped to the liland foit.
The extension ladder >vil! be retained
im a time until tho ne.v equipment,
which has been urdote.l by the city
fathe,B, arihes.
"In two weeks time we will lc
( ltt.il*; hay in Delta," said a farmer
fr ia that loca.ity yesterday, lie
addtd that already one man had cut
an acre of grass. This was not ripe,
but 11111 was beaded out lu:r,y well,
and the general o; inion I.i that a
gieat deal will lie icidy for the
mower in the tlm:: stated.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the  Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  t England!.
(Successor tp Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form. ]      ,,
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone U411.
'The House of Qai&ltfrt
and Low Prices"
W IIMIMIII, J1U II, W�� MIHIK �� ���iJJIU ���PqW���|  MB���     ll  ���������
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"'
TAMINGOF  THE..SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
-BY-
"Dick" J. Lawrencej
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Mus'c  Houses.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven'!, a supply of complexion
necessaries,   we   have    FLESH
brushf.s. rubber brushes, massage rollers,
powdef: and puff boxes,
cucum3er lotion, almond creme,   face pow-
DERS. and all the other complexion requisites for tl'e dressing table.
RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Plione  57.      New Westminster.
Whitney and Wagner Makes
$6.75 Collapsible Cart
$8.00 Collapsible Cart
$9.00 Collapsible Cart
$12.00 Collapsible Cart
$13.50 Collapsible Cart
$5.00
$6.00*
$7.00
$9.00
$10.00
Push Cart or Two Wheel Sulkey, $2.25, $3.25 and
$4.25. Special Folding Go-Cart with adjustable back
and foot rest for $4.00.
UMLOWAY & LEWIS
��� QUALITY  FURNITURE <
401-403 Columbia St.
Plione 829
New Westminster
W1LBON-
V\ ileon,
BOrtN.
-to d:l ai
n d-TJgh'e'.
D MRS. G. T.
In order to gu'e every opportunity
to the residents or the whole of the
Kraser  valley as  well  as lo  the ciii-
7.eU3 of .Westminster,  lhe moving lie- i
ft!r<M of the'Wtty-r'ty f?nMr,tles wlll
t bo ��� d on piTSay and Saturday
ne.w week, and In all probability
tnere will Mi a matineo also for the
oW.dicn's espevlaj benott,
Fifteen r-iscn.vs f'Ptn the Vancouvei aspi/cs, Unite .1 logether with
chains, anlv��d In the city yestorda;
to   undergo   vavioua   sentences   fo
t ci'iir.- .oniii.ltted in Vancouver and
vicinity,    A Tew of them were left sl
| the provincial jail,  wliile t'.'.c ether.;
I were ta:.en to the penitentiary.
Envelopes    I earing    the anno'jn:e-
I ment of the Xew Westminster exhibit
j Hon next October aie now ready and
i it  is hoped  that   as many   residents
; and  merchants as lossib'o wid  make
use of this means of giving hot ii the
city and the sttyeme publicity.   There
is a  handsome design upon the   en-
' elo] e rhowing  thc exhibHlon  build-
inv3  an.l  Queens  par!:  with  its athletic  grpUnds,    In   the  distance    thn
| river  may  be, imagined    beside    the
j bank    there  shown.    An  emblematic
'liguie  completes  tiie  design.
Publicity Commissioner Wade proposes to make a i hture-takin^ trio
aexl week, in order to se..ireton t
chatacterlstic scenes of tho Fras *
valley for exhibition purposes in ihe
Btltish l��!tc. He will ptobably be
nponied by fn e: -ert photo-
si.!- n<. i n i v.ill t.- ������.'.) on :he Bor.th
Bide of th? r'.vcr on Tu6sJ"iy re!.r:i
;:ij, on iho o'.'.o:   ei le next d.iy.
A.i-.'julance  Coi'tinoate. i
The result of th" work dore hy
I'm St. .lohn Anjbulance association
dtirlng lhe ynst v i .ter was an-'
c mnceO yeste day. '1 no lidles cia: sa
have i���< i.ii held in connection with
Holy Trinity cathedral while the
men's classes wtre held in the local
V. M. C  A. Tne folio*'lng have pass*
ci the Rnnl etaminatlon and ave en-
t ti< i io the certlflcate of the asso Iation;     .icsdatiH i T. ll. Smith, .!. God-i
son. George Haverstock, A.   F.   Bennetl,   Webb,   Whittaker,     V.     Bober
lfi City Limits
Four and a half ac e'-, all (Fared, ende-iirifn^l and planted in
rotat'jes and email fruit; new rlx roomed liotte; hvree barn, chicken
houses and o;lie.- buildings. City water in house and barn. This is
be low market value.    8��e us ;.t onee.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
r��a arii Tnramcij]
i '.-.'. ii
nnd A
Mr. T.
Misses K, Laidlaw i. McColl
Taylor, and Mr. T. Che:r; and
!'. i'o ter.
NOTICE.
f-'ens of England Benefit Society.
Lodge ;Cose cf Columbia. Tbo officers
sn I raembi rs are requested to meet at
the tram ofiice at 1:10. Sunday, June
:.nd, to attend the annual church parade at North Vancouver.
w. PELLEJW, President.
K. ('.. DINGLE, Secretary.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Lid.
New Westminster, E3. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  TOR   MOUSE  BU5LDIING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
i	
���������������������^��� im��^,iiT"-jjffiimi?trnn
/%    ^^
LETTER   OF   THANKS.
Insurance Deportment,
The People's Trusl Co., Ltd.
i wish to thank you for your
prompt settlement In full of my lire
Insurance claim In The Protector
Underwriters Occasioned by tho Arc
which destroyed my photograph gal"
lery on McKe&zls Btreel on May 18,
As  soon    as  I     ffl I   El    new  BtO lK    In
tetbbr I certainly vvlob I'l havo ah-
ot'i'r policy in a coinptiny t "in ���
Mttlea Its loseca ao uatisfactOrlly anl
pre in; tlv.
(Signed) A. kki.lv.
Well located Burnaby acreage Is getting scarce and ll'ie most good
things Is in pretty Bt:oii!t demand. It won't he long before almost
every uere between Westminster and Vancouver wlll have been subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few bioad acres
will he able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acre
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Hetween Hastings road and tbe Uurnaby Lake tiani line, Is about the
last plede of acreage left at a reasonable prioe, Burnaby Lake property is selllnK at from poon per acre and up. V.'e can quote a price
away below tbat, and wc can nlvc good terma.
a
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt ls tho stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness ara built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to spend for wbat ls
needed now aud to invest for what shall be needed In tbe fu-
ture.   Money cannot be Invested until it Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000.000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR. General Manager O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN  JCXMCLCCR
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
F. J. HART & CO., UB.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Flre,' Life, Accident,  employers' Liability,    Automohl.e
and  Marine Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
Wo have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Tradllig
Company anl will continue the business with a larg,er and mon)
complete Stooh of liimher.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent  Valley,   I).  C.

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