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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 70.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY   MORNING. MAY 28, 1912,
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CirVS CREDIT
UNUSUALLY GOOD
MISSION ENJOYING
PROSPEROUS SEASON
No Over Whelming Debt-
Earning Departments
Prosper.
Discussion on Cartler Memorial���City
Has No Funds to Subscribe���
Gas   Mains.
Record       Rhubarb      Crop���Chocolate
Plant Starts���Manufacture Direct
from the Berry.
Brevity Is the soul of wit; lt was
also of the very yianow of the deliberations of the council last night, for
in less than an hour and a half that
body had completed Its weekly sitting. There were no large deputations
with glevances to air, and at flrst the
empty hall called forth a remark
from his worship as to the size of the
audience. The only lengthy discussion which took place was upon lhe
subject of the Cartier Centenary. Considerable satisfaction was expressed
with the over subscribing of the city's
bonds in London.
About three weeks ago a communication was received from the Toronto
committee working on the scheme to
erect a statue to Sir George Cartler,
asking for a subscription from this
city. Westminster's tesponse was
that there were no founds available
for the purpose.
Last night a letter from Mr, E. W.
Vllleneuve, president of tbe Cartler
Centenary, was lead, in Which lt was
suggested that the council reconsider
this matte", as it was fully expected
that the cities of B. C. principally
would have Joined in tbe movement.
Negotiated With B. C.
"It was Cartler who negotiated in
the name of the povernment with the
delegates of Britisli Columbia at thc
time of Its entrance into the confed
eration, and who advised thein and
secured for your province the iail-
way farllltfeK whi: h yo i now have,"
ran lhe letter. "The delegates wanted aVall.vay to go as fa- U3 the eastern slope oT the Rockies, nn.i a colonization roHd from there to tha
coast. Cartler refused this, and toll
them Ihi't they would ha'e n railway
tha: wo.'d fOVlgh th ou;h th<i Hcc't.
ies to the coast. It was Cartier wbo
conducted the purchase of tbc Northwest territories, He was the fl: st
one to ghe advice to his fellow countrymen 10 FO west, when In the
House of Commons, after the bill for
the construction of the C. P. R. which
he had |roposed had been voted, be
cnthusim'."rally exclaimed: "All
aboard for the West."
Alderman Gray an.i Dodd were responsible for the motion that this letter be leceived and filed Alderman
Curtis, supt orted by Alderman Dodd,
thought that it was right to honor'he
memory of great men, and it should
either be referred back to the committee, or a private subscription
should be taken up. \
Atedman Gray Surprised.
Alderman Gray was surprised that
the mover and seconder of an amendment to the foregoing effect were
those who made the motion In the
first place to reject lt. Alderman
Dodd was agreeable to tombstones
perpetuating the memory of dead
men. but "living men require more
heln than this man does." Alderman
Kellington thought, that It was useless to .tefer It hack, the cities of B.
C were big enough to erect a monument to Cartler on their own. The
amendmeut was lost.
The Westminster Trust Company
wrote fbr an extension of time for
using the streets In the ejection of Its
skyscraper. After a discuesion in
which it was stated that the contractors for the building had been very
imrertinent to the city officials, and
that the blocking of the streets was
preventing the paving of Alexander
street and disfiguring Columbia
street with on ollce. the permission
was refused, the matter being left
with the building committee and the
board of works to act.
Gas Main Question.
It was felt that gieat care should
be taken before permission be given
to the New Westminster Gas Company to ojen up streets for the laying of gas mains. The mayor said
that after waiting for years, luring
which It refused to put ln mains, now
the company was anxious to do so,
and in view of the near establishment of a municipal plant, It *ould be
well to go warily. The matter was
left with the board of wotks.
His worship called attention to the
fact that the city's bonds ,had been
over subscribed on the LOndon market.
"This is a matter for congratulation to the city," he said, 'especially
when It ls taken into consideration
that almoet till the cities of Canada,
when floating bonis this year, ha.l a
large proportion or their Issues left
on the unde. writers' hands."
City's Splendid Credit.
"How do vou account for thnt?"
asked Alderman Cit:'tis. "I think,"
said Mayor Leo, "thst it ts because
we are ln good financial stnpe. We
have no enormous debt, and our earning departments' are making good
money. Until a year ago when our
bonds wore put on the lyondon mar
ket, and a good deal of criticism was
directed at the step then taken��� we
were practically unknown over there,
now our 4V6 per cent shaies are selling very  nearly at par.     I believe
Mission, May 27.���The rhubarb cro;
In this dlst: ict Is one of the best yei
achieved, aud during the past month
4000 boxes or approximately 100,000
pounds has been shipped out from
Mission.
The Kootenav Jam Company ha1- Installed a chocolate n a ing i lant er (
which has the distinction of being the
first of ita kind in the province. Special German made machinery has
been installed and the various manufactures of the cocoa bean and its byproducts are now ln full swing.
Something in the nature of a building boom ls now being expei fenced.
Many new stores are being erected, a
big business block is being built on
Washington street, excavations for a
moving picture show are being carried out, and a large number of othei
enterprises are bein,  developed.
ALLEGED ROBBERS
EIGHT EOR LIBERTY
D:,-n'i    App:al    fo-    Hsbses    Corpus
Postponed���McNamara   Fights
on Same Lines.
Victoria, May 27.���Dean, the sis-
pecied New Westminster bank 10b-
ber, who is now under arrest at Los
Angles, ia making a bard flght
aginst extradition. The heating cf
his apjeal for habeas corpus has been
adfonrned nt his rcjuest until the
first Monday In June. lt is expected
that he will tegain his liberty, whereupon his counts] b:is intimated thai
he will apjeal to the United States
circuit court and fiowi thero to tlie
l nlted fit ites supreme co.tit. These
apicals will be expensive, but It If
supposed thut Dean is not without
funds.
.McNamara the- othor suspect in
connection with the same robbeiy. if
pursuing a limi'.ar coirse and if
tiighting the matter thi outh th��
courts "in New York, it will therefor, probably be October cr November before the men ar? brought back
to New Westminster to stan:'. trial.
ENGLISH STRIKE
STILL UNBROKEN
Organise Attempt to Force
Transport Men to Return
to Work.
Mounted      Police      Protect      8trlke.
breakers at Docks���Strikers Use
No Violence.
London, May 27.���The first organized attempt to break the strike of
stevefores and lightermen began today at the Victoria and Albert docks.
A force of mounted police was stationed about the dock entrances and
others were massed inside. A band of
strikebreakers was then set at. work
unloading the produce, which has accumulated duiing the last four days.
The s'.rikers made no dsmonstrations
but iheir pickets remained at points
distant from the dock and contented
themselves with persuading carters
not to drive through the line. Up to
Hoon there had been no trouble of any
kind. Thn board of trade continued
today iu its effotts to secure concessions from both sides, to end the
strike, but without success. Union
leaders are willing that the issue be
submitted to arbitration, but they insist that whatever body is agreed on
shall pass on all points In dipute and
not alone on the minor matters that
culminated in the present strike.
The strikers have Eent notices to
all the Important seapoits in England asking union men not to unload
ships which have been diverted from
London to their port. A peaceful
settlement is not yet In sight, but
hope has uot been abandoned.
LIBERALS WIN
BYE ELECTIONS
Hon. C. W. Cross Returned
for Edmonton   by   500
Majority.
One Conservative   Elected   for  Cardston���Hon. Malcolm McKenzie May
Be Defeated.
PRIVATE EH MAY
GET BURNABY BOIS
Edmonds, May 27.���The Liberals
have cai ried three out of five bye-
elections and one of remaining two
Is still ln doubt the contest between
Hon. Malcolm Mackenzie and Dr.
McMillan in Claresholm being very-
close.
The Liberals are elated over the
victory here of Hon. C. W. Cross at
torney-genetal. He has beaten the
Conservative. A. E. Ewlng, by at least
85 votes, and it is claimed that this
is an emphatic endorsement Of the
Sifton government and the new railway policy. According to the Liberals, Hon. Cross's majority will finally
be found to be over 500.
The results are as follows: Edmonton, Hon. C. W. Cross defeated A.
E. Ewlng. Conservative.
Sedgewick���Hon. Charles Stewart,
Liberal, minister of municlpalites. de
feated Hugh A. Blair, Conservative.
Sturgeon���Hon. John R. Boyle, Liberal minister of education, defeated
A. Williamson, Conservative.
Claresholm���Hon. Malcolm Mackenzie, Liberal, piovinclal treasurer and
Dr. McMillan, Conservative, in doubt.
Cardston���J. F. Parrish Conservative, defeated  Martin   Woolf. Liberal.
MUST BURNABY
WARD SYSTEM ��
Special Meeting In Vancouver���Satis
factory Condition of Burnaby's
Borrowing   Powers.
Edmonds, May 27.���Another meet,
ing will be held in Vancouver this afternoon by the Burnaby councillors to
take up the all Important question ol
the sale of the municipal bonds which
amount to $625,000.
It is understood that a private flrm
has made a good offer for the bonds
and that with a few minor  additions
to the agreement, tbe same will   be
ratified by the council and the money
will be available for lmme.'iate    us��>
on the road and wate:- works im;
ment.   Speaking at the meeting c t,.v
finance committte held this cento",
chairman  MacG:e?or stated tbat the
assessment roll for 1012 shave' the
huge total of $20 900,000.    Under thc
municipal  clauses    act,  the    council
were allowed to borrow 20 per   cent
of that sum, which amounts to $4,180,-
000.   The total amount  of debentures
issuel    against    the municipality to
date is $1,287,150 so that with issue of
the $025,000    for 1912 the borrowing
capacity would still be $2,892,850. In
his    reraatks.    Councillor    McGre8or
stated that this financial position was
to be envied   by most   muncipalities
on the mainland of British Columbia.
North   Burnaby    Kicking-���
Three Wards Better Than
Two.
Secession  Would  Be Difficult���Boartt
or Works Investigation Was Uo-
sensational.
PORT   ALBERNI   WILL
BUY   FIRE   APPARATUS
WIIBUR WRIGHT AT
POINT Of DEATH1
COMMITTEE     REPORTS,
Business
"amily Called to   Bedside   of   Dying
Fl/inj   Expert���Sinking  Very
Fast.
Done by Council���Bylaws
and Tenders.
The various committee reports
were adopted as follows. The local
branch of the Women's Foreign Mis
sionarv Society will be granted $100
to defray the expense of showing u
delegation of some 300 ladles i6un:l
the city when the society meets ir.
Vancouver next montli. Alderman
Dodd and Mr. J. J. Johnston are the
council's nominees for the vacancies
on tbe hospital board of the Royal
Columbian Hospital. The light committee has successfully arranged an
agreement with the B. C. Telephone
.Compnny, regarding the pole Hne3 ol
the city, and the company, and a
check of $1700 will soon be forthcoming to the city.
At the isolation hospital a watch
man's house will be ereceted, together
with a woodshed, and a seven-foot
fence a.iound the property, at a cost
in all of $567.
Tenders on Etorm sewers were
opened and lefened to the engineer
and board of works for tabulation.
The rial estate tax bylaw, lD^.wa^
Anally passed, the shops regulation
bylaw read a second time, und tbe
amendment to tlie biillillng bylaw
lead a second time. The latter re-
fers to the building of stables, and
provides that before permission is
granted, a notice shall be posted on
property within a radius of 250 feet
from the proposed stable. Property
owners muy then within 10 days
lodge a protest if they wish, and this
will be considered by the councll be
fore granting the permit.
Alderman Kellington reported that
the Western Canada Power Company
was not placing the sidewalks back in
good shape. This was borne out by
Alderman Henley. The mayor understood that the company should apply
to the council before opening up
streets or side walks. The local lease
agent of the C. P. H.. submitted a
plan for the proposed spur to the rail
way company's freight shed crossing
on Eighth street. The board of works
and harbor committee wlll report.
The thanks or the Sisters of Charity
were received for the attention giver,
b.v the council to the institution lu
tlie tax arrear case.
INSTAL MACHINERY   IN
NEW   MILL AT RUSKIN
Messrs. E. H. Heaps and Co., ate
building a large lumber .mill at Ruskin The framework is all up ami
the'maehlnerv Is being Installed. The
building which replaces the mlU
which was burned down, is situated
close to the railway station on the
Stave river just above Its Junction
with the Fraser. The C. P. R. Ia
building a new concrete and steel
bridge over the Stave liver, the piers
Dayton, Ohio. May 27.���Physicians
:,ulletin at 8 o'clock last night that
Wilbur Wiight was apparently dying.
Tbe patient is sinking rapidly and the
end seems to be a matter of only a
Sew hours, though they declare tliere
is a small chance that he may live
ILiough tte night.
(Later)���Wilbur Wright's family
has been called to' the dying man's
bedside. He ls failing fast, and the
end is very near.
SMUGGLING   COMPANY   PAYS
BIG   REGULAR   DIVIDENDS
Geneva. May 27.���Italian customs
house officials have Just discovered a
large contraband "company," with
headquarters In Milan and Luceine,
which regularly pays dividends se-
cretl;, and whose Held of operation
extends across a large tract of the
Swiss-Italian frontier, from the shores
of Lake Magglore up to Lugano.
Over 1000 pei sods are involved In
operations, and there have been many
ai reels recently, though a number of
those implicated have escaped from
Italy by crossing the frontier Into
Switzerland, where, of course, they
cannot be anested.
The contraband goods consisted
chiefly of saccharine, sugar and Swiss
watches, which are smuggled across
the frontier with the connivance of
seieral rallwuy employees.
The city of Port Alberni has decided  to purchase  the fire  fighting   apparatus  which  this city  has  to sell,
and will do so upon the terms recently nnme.1  by tht* couucil.     The island
COt*  wanted   tttm  mfsrlssm mnd  Iioao    to
h* al'Ipp-edf   (hither at   once,   hut  In  nt
pnd&nt not in a. rosltlon to pay even
the  ilrsi  instalment   until1'  a  temporal v loan has been arranged with the
minister of tinan^e.    The council decided to fall in with the suggestions
of Port Alberni.
Fire   Service   AoTrsciatr.d.
The Fraser River Mills has acknowledged the receipt of $100 from
the council for distribution among
the officers and c:ew of the Senatot
Jansen. The company notices with
great satisfaction the evidence of
good feeling existing between it and
the city.
Fire Chief Watson has expressed
the brigade's appreciation of the commendation of the council regarding
the handling of the Royal City Mills
flre.
MONTENEGRIN SMITH
ATTACKED BY JUMBO
Rcwdy Case in Assizes���Poker Chips
and Guns���Threatensd with
Pool  Ball.
In
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with
PARIS   LADIES   FIND
COSTUME8  ALWAY8 IMITATED
are completed and the arrival of the
s'tTmBon' andCo. got "��7 % for them." j steel ls now being looked for.
Paris, May 27.-"-Fashlonable women and their dressmakers a:e tn despair. The ladles say that It Is al-
moBt Impossible to wear a costume
of originality without seeing lt copied
in cheap materials by the little cou-
tuileres.
As one young woman indignantly
nuts it, "We. notice our caricture at
every moment, and we aro absolutely
defenceless. We aie watched everywhere���at the races, at the theatre,
In the BolB, and, naturally, tn the
Btreet: so we are coming to the adoption of the simplest costumes, the sole
merit of which is perfect cut. We
shall be Well dressed, and no more.
Even a rather casual Inspection of
the toilettes at promenades has
shown how thoroughly this gtlevance
is Justified. Whole battalions of wo
meu tiip along as lf they were clad
!n uniform, the coetuwes which have
excited their admiration being furnished to various big establishments
In dozens at a time.
The big dressmakers are up in
arms, and are devising ways and
means for the protection of their creations. Thus, careful wntch is kept
r>ver piofeesliig customers, who visit,
but In reality to havo a gool look
aroun 1. und io take, mental notes ac
cordingly, and they are doing their
utmost to obtain the expulsion from
races of people wbo snapshot well-
I dressed women.
Y. M. C. A. SUMMER CAMP.
Will Be    Held   at   White   Rock���Mr.
Sovereign in Charge.
The flrst summer camp under the
direction of the local Y. M. C. A. will
be held at White Rock fiom July 10
to July 24.
Physical Instructor Sovereign will
be In supreme charge, asslstet by sev-
eral of the older members of the association. Mr. Sovereign has had a
great deal to do with camps back In
the eastern provinces, and his plans
show that the boys who Intend joining the outing, will have a busy time,
too busy in fact, to worry about the
thoughts of their home and fireside
Good fob:! and plenty of it. is the slogan which Mr. Sovereign believes is
responsible for success, and the commissary at White Rock wlll be ln
charge ot capable officials. The tents
will be pitched on one of the prettiest
spots along the sea shore, which has
been placed at tbe disposal of the
Y. M. C. A. officials by the kind permission of White, Shiles & Co.
All those who desire to make up
the party must send one dollar deposit along with his application, and
the whole two weeks stay will cost
$10. The boys wlll leave for White
Rock on the Great Northern train at
noon on July 10, camp being pitched
that evening.
Baseball, volley ball, lacrosse and
other games will be played, while
swimming display being on the cards,
unsurpassed at White Rock, will be a
feature.
July 20 will be a big day at the
camp, a combined fleM sports and
swimmmgd isplay being on the cards,
The parents of the boys are cordially
Invited to visit tbe camp during tho
stay, especially on July 20.
IBm   pountar  court   rmmtmramy  ttim
of "Jumbo'' AutoiieiU, charged
making a murderous assault on
another named Sam Smith, came up.
The affair took place at Yale on Feb.
19 last. The accused was a porter ln
a pool room there, and in a back room
where card playing went on, he sold
thc poker chips. On the day in question playing was going on, and several of those taking part were more
or less intoxicated.' These men had
been engaged on the C. N. R. right-of-
way, but were on strike. A flght
arbse over the buying of chips, an:l
some of the men chased the accuser,
and beat him up enough to draw-
blood. He fled to the house of his
employer and secured a revolver, and
returning to the poolroom, shot the
man called Sam Smith. Smith Is a
Montenegrin.
No question was raised as to
whether tho shooting took place. An-
tonelli said that he was attacked in
particular by Smith, that Smith began the row ln the poolroom by demanding chips for nothing, and beat
him with the cue, called him bad
names, and when he returned to the
poolroom threatened hlm with a pool
bai'. He said he did not see the pool
ball ut flrst and thought he had some
other weapon. He also maintained
'.but he enly meant to scare the bunch
away.
The case against the man Is that
he went back with the sun purposely
to seek trouble. Evidence was also
brought out that Smith did not take
the leading part against the accused
as alleged by him.
After the summing up of tbe esse
by the counsel for both sides, the
court was adjourned untll today. Attorney W. F. Hansford appeared for
the prisoner, and Mr. W. G. McQuarrie for the crown.
AEROPLANES   FOR
CHANNEL   6ERVICE
Paris, May 27.���The Compagnle
Generate trans-^ erlenne announces
Its decision to establish a service of
hydro-aeroplanes between Calais and
Dover, to enable passengers to cross
the channel In about flfteen minutes.
also that
Ldmonds May 27.���Oae of the most
important moves   ln   municipal   government  In   Burnaby,  yiill   doubtless
.. come up tor decision within tbe ueit
I I few weeks, namely  the proposal   to-
divide the North Burntby district into three wards instead of the present      two.        Councillor    MacDonald!
brought up the question last evening.
at tlie board of works' meeting, stating that the people   residing   ia Hs*
waid were fully determined to bettesr
conditions now prevailing in that part
of the municipality.    North Burnaby
covers nearly half of the municipality
while lt has only two  representative*?
against  four  In  the otlier   sections.
The   movement    towards    secession.
would not down,  he said, until   the
rate payers were satisfied that other
mean were possible to improve coudt
tlons, whicb they allege are In every
way inferior to those   In tbe   other
districts.
Reeve   Weart's Opinion.
Reeve Wean went Into the matter-
fully,    explaining    the many   details.
that beset the council In promulgating
such a move.   It was purely a qnes-
tion of comparing the North Burnahy
district with the others on the assessment iofl.   He had intended to bring:
up the  matter of the    abolition    of
wards befoie the councll at an early
meeting,    ln  January  election a referendum   was submitted  to  the ratepayers unking tiiem   whether tboy tm.
vored   tlie abolition     ol tlte    pr**m*ss*t
vra* il  system   tustl   tel��*?tlosr^ mix   u mum. -
trr**art,<*tt\e or ' wards or etfstrfets.
Out. ot ��71 votea-polled only 255 were
registered against the proposition so-
that the council of 1312 have a, mandate from the people favoring such a
change. Whether the piesent council looks with favor on the scheme
will have to be shown, but as far as
he was concerned, he desired the matter to be brought u.? in order to have
it settled.
Secession   Difficult.
The splitting up of wards four and
five would be an easy matter, but not
so with the secession movement The
present municipality must control all
the streets where water main* are-
and will be laid, and further, the consent of e\ery person or corporation.-
holding debentures against the municipality must first be given to suels
a movement before it could be entertained. If the people of North Uurnaby would only look at the mattar
from a legal standpoint, he felt eot-e
that they would soon dro;> the whole ���
question.
Strenuous opposition   to the ward''
abolition is expected   from   Councillors Fau Vel and  MacDonald, as ht
their estimation, the    votens tn   the
more populous districts could swamp
the sparsely settled sections and control the entire   financial situation   ort'
Burnaby.   Be that as it may, there fe
likely to be some inteteating debat����
In the   Burnaby council   before   tha.
matter is finally threshed out.
Charges Fizzle Oof-
The expected fireworks display re^
latlng to the Investigation of tho
charges made against Road Stiperia-
tendent Rumble sizzled for a time and
Anally went out. The report of the
committee upholding Mr. Rumble waa
adopted, and with the exception <*
the two road foremen, whose ^eada *���
were decapitated an tar as worktag--
for the municipality la canceriwi*
peace reigns once more.
A eomm��nlcatlon   was   read   rrom'-'
Engineer Blackman of Westminster
fixing the price of water to be t*m-f-
sumed by residents of Bast Buina&y.-
was read, the clerk being ordaretf ��w
write Mr. Blackman thanking him ltor
the prompt msnner In which Seesaw
to the aid of East Buraby, tbua avwfc-
The Y. M. C. A. Harriers arei holding a meeting tonight at 8:30 in the
association building. On Wednesday
night ail those Interested in the
swimming are aeked to attend the
mee.tln�� to he held for the puruose of
arranging swlmml 'g apor s end a life
saving competition.
Small Shack Burnt.
' About 4 o'clock yesterday nf'e--
noon the flre brigade was summoned
to a small blase near the Walsh Sash
end Door Factory, where an old
shack was burning. It Is thought that
a spark from tbe sash factor" smokestack had Ignited the roof. The damage done amounted to the shack be-
ine left roofless. Some teamsters of
the Small and Bucklin mills use tbe
place to live in.
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The manufacture of paper
waB begun on Saturday last by
the new mill at Sapperton, In
which 27 carloads of machinery
have now been lnstalle.'. Although the Industry Ib not yet
ln full working order, lt give3
promise of being one of the
rinest plants ln the west being
new and thoroughly up-to-date
In all departments.
The vats are rigsntic M sire
snd the "hole structure is evidently designed with an ce
for future expenslon, and will
no doubt be nble to take care
of the paper manufacturing re-
nulrementa, not onlv of the
coast, but of tbe Interior as
well.
The company announces . ,   .,,  ���	
the dirigible Astra will soon  lnaugu- j inp,ft water famine which was threat-
rate the new tourist   service   above
Paris and the   surrounding  country.
The full service will be put in operation shortly.
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ened.. Tvio connections were
la't weelc ftom the New'WeatiitoUr
system, and a good supply is asw
available. Tbo contractors wno havtf-
the work of Installing the police patrol telephone svstem, are to te wp-
tilled that the time limit haB expired
and that unless they complete the
wbrk during the next few daya. the
municipality will go ahead with the.
work and charge the cost agaUsat
;'e contract price.
SEVEN   BUILDING  PERMIT*
BOOST  MONTH'S TOTKi:.
Yesterday's building permits .gram**-
!so well for tbe   remaining   *tya of
Mav.   The number issued was seven.'
representing   nn   outlay   of $12JS��*-
These ine' "**  t'ie   **-"etl��U  of four ���
n->w iesidencea ��� R inoer>- jgy.taMin*^
Ham-on a *760 four-roomed cottage ����*.
Wood street. Lulu island; Mra. Jl. B.'
Turnbull a $^_i00 nlnc-roomed one audi
a half story bungalow nFlfth'Tiresiwe:
Mr. J. A. Johnson �� $3500 pW-rooraed'
ono and a half story cement block
residence on Pirt.fr street, ani Mr. HL
K. Baicombe, a fZdoO eerea-tourawriL,
one and   a half   story bungalow ma*
warn sal Ewc.tSffiVS^ssW V    V4GU.TW0
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY,   MAY 28,  1912.
Classified Advertising
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RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.
+ *0 + OOPaVOp*,*pop***0
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
���WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Appiy .dis. W, G. MacQuanie, 40
Albert Crescent.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE,
small furnished house or housekeeping rooms, June 1, for two or
three mouths, by couple without
children.    Phone Sullivan 808.
WANTED���TWO GENTLEMEN RE-
quire two hediooms and sitting
room, in private house; breakfast
and late dinner; pleasantly situated
close to car line. Replies Box W.
S. V., Edmonds, B.C.
LAND WANTED���WE HAVE CLI-
en:s for two quarter sections either
in Surrey, Langley or Matsqui;
would like some alder bottom land
.and easy Clearing preferred. Price
must be roci; bottom. Address,
National Finance Company, New
Westminster.
WANTED���ACTIVE   PARTNER   AT
once, Pioneer Dye Works, 05 McKenzie street. Doing good business.
Experience not required,
WANTED���TO RENT ABOUT A 8-
room house. Address Box 67, DaKy
News office.
WANTKD ��� GENERAL SERVANT
for family of three adults, 'ill
Royal  avenua.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hastings street.
TO RENT.
*-*r-
TO REXT-rTlVO OR THREE FDR-
nlsthsd housekeeping rooms. 1)20
Third  avenue.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
10G Agnos street.
ROOMS.
TO RENT ��� TWO    UNFURNISHED
housekeeping  rooms, modern.    Ap
ply 324 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 401 Dixon street, off
Harvey, Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 7fi5 City.
FOU RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� BELOW WESTMINSTER
bridge, green-painted canoe, length
15 or 17 feet. II. P. Keary, 72
First sireet.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY 1M.ME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
WANTED -- A ROOM WITH THE
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by plain working mau. I'lcase state terms. Ad-
dress  Box 17,  Daily News oif ice.
WANTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPL\ |
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE���HOTJBHHOIJD FURN1-
ture. Mrs. James Adams, 1019
Edinburgh street.
,i\>R SALE���F1V.E ACRES, CRES-
cent Peach summer resort, $250
per acre. Box 66, Newa office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der. a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
NEV/ HOUSE���On Severth street, b>.
tween Fifth anl Sixth a.ennes, new
Bis roomed house, full sized ce-
nunt basement, cement floor, furnace, Qre place, large verandah, bath
end toilet feeparate). P ire $-1200;
cash $700 balance over two years.
No. 411.
��
NEW BUNGALOW���New six roomed
bungalow facing cn Second steet;
modern place with fire plae? and
o:ber comforts. Price $3300; $1200
cash balance  to arrange.    No. 402.
ALSO NEW���On Dublin street, new
six roome I bungalow, close to
Twe'.fth street car line on ;i full
sized lot. This place is modern and
will sell soon a: the price asked.
$3500; S800 cash, balancs fi, 12 and
is months,   No. ;7fi.
GOOD LOT"���On Seventh avenue, all
cleared,*B2 by 122, to lane. Price
$1100; cne-thiitd cash, balance G,
12 and 18 months.   No. 231.
' LOT, 66x100���On Kennedy street.
Price $1200; one-half cash, ba ance
6 and 12 months.    No. 387.
A LOT SNAP���On Hamilton street,
close to Sixth streel car line, all
cleared, Lit 57x150. Pilce $1050:
one-half cash, balancs 6, 12 and 18
months.    No. 271.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD WATCH AND FOB IN
Westminster or on ear. Finder
please communicate with Maude
M. Foster, 614 Pender street west,
or iphor.c Saymour 7:992, and receive  rtward.
TENDKRS FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
L. Avory White. Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will bo ,
received up to 5 p. ra. of Wednesday,
12th of June, 1912, for the erection
��nd completion 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
��jbtMne< on application to the under-
rigned on receipt of a drj��ntrlt of $10
which will be refunded on the return
of plans. Each tender must bs accompanied b.v an accepted lm iik
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank In Canada, made payable to the Secretary of lhe New
Westminster School   Board, for a sum
-B>iua] tD five (61 per cent, of his ten*
���rler, which sliall be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
contract when called upon to do PO,
Tli*- cheques or certificates of deposit
��� it unsuccessful tenderers wll] 1"- re-
'. turned to them upon the signing of
Vthn contract.
The lowest or any tender not n?ces
Bar lly accepted,
GARDINER A MERCER,
Architects to the School Trustees,
New  Westminster,   B.C.
OLD  RAILWAY   PIONEER
GATHERED TO REST
Spokane, May 27.���Moses Brlnker-
hoff, S7 years old. said to be the oldest railroad man ln the United States
in point of service, and who punched
the first ticket ou the Northern Pacific out of St. Paul westward, Is dead
ut Kfs home here. He had been 66
years in railroad services, 40 years In
train service, llrlnkerhoff was pensioned by the Northern Paciflc when
his hearing began to fail several
years ago. and since that time up to
three weeks ago, when he was forced
to give up active work on account of
failing health, hall been acting as
coal agent at Fargo. His death was
due to the infirmities of age.
While working as conductor on the
Panama railroad in California in
1856, he saved a train load of bullion
from an attack by brigands and Indians. He locked the passengers on
his own train in a building and, disguised as an Indian, male his way
for seven miles through a country
overrun with brigands, and warned
the crew of the bullion train. For
this he was rewarded by the railroad
company. r
NOTICE TO THE  PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathburn is not employed
hy the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
I Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co.,  Ltd.
MUNICIPALITY
OF      BURNABY.
Taxes,  1912,
Notice is heraby given that tbe RI3-
RAT1E period expires on Saturday,
June 29th, 1912, and that positively
no REBATE wl'l be al'.owed if payments are not madi\ or remittances
actually received at the Municipal
Ha'l on cr beforo that date.
Tax Demands have been despatched to the last known addresses of
owners, and any persons liable for
Taxes not having received their demands, should make application to
the undersigned, gvinv full particulars as to description of property,
W.   H.   OR I FEIN.
Collector.
Edmonds,  May  28,  1918.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
Phone 295 Office, Curtis Elock
WILD   WEST   SHOW    HERE.
Pitching Tents Interests Small Boys���
Perfect Organization.
The 101 Ranch Wild West show
arrived in New Westminster at an
early hour this morning on Its own
trains of double length cars. While
the early hour may kee? some of the
youngsters and their big brothers In
bed, there will undoubtedly be the
usual army of small boys on hand to
watch the unloadlnir of tho show and
to follow with wondering eyes the
movement of the camp equipage and
horses to the show grounds at Moody
square.
Theie will be no delay in erecting
the big arena and other tents. Even
(he delectable Incident of breakfast
will not delay the wtjr'i, for the fires
are started in the mammoth cookhouse wagon tis soon as it. leaves thp
runway at the train, and by the time
the show lot is reached the coffee and
bacon are ready to be serve!. There
aro over a dozen tents, and cach has
its important place in the city of
canvas. Naturally the lirst to be
elected will bo the cook-house, the
dining tents and tlie horse pavilion-.
Then the big arena will assume s'i:>pe.
Although this is open to the Bky In
the centre, owing to necessary Bhoot-
ing in tlie performance, the seats are
covered with waterproof canvas, and
are protected alike from tho sun and
the rain. Tlie open canvas lias the
advantage oi never being rtuffy o-
unuieasant, iind is always light and
attractive. While the arena is gcing
up the Indians will be erecting their
tepees and establishing their camp
at the end of the long exhibttionil
concourse. The multiplicity of tents,
the handsome horses, the Indians, the
cowboys and coweir's in all their
brightest bravery of costume, the
Mexicans, the Cossacks and nil the
other characteristic people wftli thc
show will give the early morning
boms on the show grounds an alluring interest that will be Irresistibly.
The first real evtnt of the day, Inw-
ever, will Le the preliminary street
parade. It. will he a mile In lens-ti.
anl will leave the grounds promptly
at 10:30 o'clock. Many r.ovel featue-
are promised. The old life on the
olains will be Illustrated by a caravan of prairie schooners drawn by six
long-horned Texas steers, by an old
stage coach, drawn by armv mulal,
anl driven by "Rocky Mountain"
Hank, one of the la.=t of the old time
We'Js-Farpo drivers, an 1 by float=
with tab'eau vlvants dlsplayi ig scenes
and incidents d irinc the days when
the pioneers were winning the Wts',
In the lire Till aI:o he hundied? of
cowboys nnd co.v;-irls. Indian braves
and their squaws, mounted on ponies,
with their rapooses drawn tn the
cenulne Indian "iraveaux," Mexican
Vacqiteros, Cossacks and otber interesting people, bucking bronchos,
In'.ian mustangs, wild steers and a
herd of bulalces. Tbe loute of the
parade will be the usual one over
the principal  down  town  streets.
The afternoon performance wlll follow at 2 o'clock, and the final cxhibi
tion wiil take place at R p.m. Eacb
will he complete in ever." way. Al
the characteristic features for which
'bis characteristic Wild West show h
famous will he presented In generous
mea.mre. The srotts and pastime"
of tbe modern lanch and the old dWS
on rlain and prairie will be picturesquely illustrated.
DENIES CRUELTY  STOF:IES.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
i
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OfFICE^!���
:ead   oun
Austr.lian? Do Not Miltre-t Aborigi-
ness���Isolated Instances.
Statements have been published
from time to time both In A us'rails
and the mother country cont- inln-
BWeeping n'lecatlons of ill-treatr.vnt
nf the abniig.nes by white men resident In the outlying r&rts of the
"ommuiwenlth. says llm P'andn- 1 o
Umpire. We ito glad 10 he able to
reproduce the f"l'owln; statement o-
t>ls question, nude In tbe Svdney
Vorr.'ng !'err Id bv t-"o of the pi' n ���< r
rflsrtoiailsts of N'o thweste'n Ann r I -
Mr, I-'. II. WhMncon and Mr, St-ae'ter,
The- characterise such allegations n?
both  untr ie ard  t'njtist.
T'c-e ma<- in the past hi'e le :i
Isolated inr'anrcs of (Viieltv, j"-t ,,j
'her'* tiro anv-.vle-e else." M". Witte.
nocn sald: "but if, becsu'o I Paw a
"irun'Tn mr<n beating bis wife in
^vtiiic". I '-ere to ro away and say
that here all men art drun't snd t> s
'heir wives, what wouhl ;cu think of
ui" ? .lust the same bb I thin'' n"
tboso pcot le who tell these s'orics
abort es because the" hire seen or
lizard of some one up In 01 r pari wh<
miv have treated the il'f-s b��dl'\"
\'r. ft'ac.-'-"" remarked thst In th'
������'im'<ctl?v district cf We tern Aus-
trails tbe:e voro itnmenpe tracts
'.'mlnentiv adapted for grazing, bul
'bey had never been taken up, so'.'v
because tbo b'acks woe bo trouble-
Pome, Thev were pn in'-i-cred l,
ihe government nowadays that then
���������ts no -'oing anything with them. In
his district (Roebonrne) ihey had
not the same trouble, owing to the
fact that the stations had. as he put
INVESTMENT CO "��� al��':��rl)r<1 and utilized them. It had
' often been eald that the whites had
Office, Curtis Eiock  killed o.T the native   game,    and
TO RENT���Two good hour.es, one on
London stieot. Six 100111s, possession .i.mo 1, $:\r> per month; one
house 0:1 Fifth avenue, seven
rooms, modern: Immediate possession; ?30 per month.
FINE BUSINESS SITF. on Sixth
smet, 132 fett on Sixth strcrt. Big
Liir^ain for quid, sale.    N'o. 60.
A SIX ROOMED HOUSE on Fifth
avenue seven rooms, fully nvdom.
Pr.ce J8000;  $1000 cash, balance f>,
EJ and 18 ra-nths.   No. 31,
A SIX HCOMED BUNGALOW cn Ash
street: an Ideal spot P.i'.-e $3200:
cne��tbird cash, balanse ii, 12 an.l 18
months.    No. 28.
TWO FINE BUILDING LOTS In Sappi 1 ton; fJ600 f r the two. This is
a map.    Terms.    No
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forced the blacks to spear stock in
���order to provide themselves with food.
That was entirely wrong. Tb'ie were
more kangaroos, emus,, aud other
game about today than ever. He accounted for that by the fact that the
blacks had to a large extent given u;i
hunting, preferring the food they got
at the stations, and because the
settlers had waged a war of extermination agaiiiEt (lingoes, the natural
enemy of the native game. The blacks
were dying off in the northwest as in
other parts, the decrease being most
marked where gold flelds had been
opened up, disease then becoming life
among them.
Mr. Wittenoom said that It cost hlm
a large amount of money to pi ovi do
for the blacks on his properties. On
his main station he fed 48 blacks
dally, old men, young men, gins, and
children, and of that number only 10
weie required to do any work. It was
quite a mistake to suppose that a
station owner got cheap labor by
utilizing: the blackB. In order to keep
one good boy, a station owner had ta
kee;> all his relatives as well. They
were not paid in mbney, because
money would be of no use to thein,
but they got' all they rejulred, and
little Luxuries they appreciated.
In hls latest annual report the chief
protector of aborigines in Western
Australia, says: "During the year I
made a lengthy visit throughout the
East and West Klmberleys. I went
very carefully into the native qiKS'iin
in all its many phases. 1 travelled
over about :'000 miles of the country,
and I am 1 leased to repoit 'that th?
general conditions existing between
black and white are, with the exception of -depredations committed amn''��-
the herds of cattle by bt'.sh natives, cn
the whole satisfactory. Rennrts nay
been received from all par's t.f the
state, and it is pleasing t-> not'�� that
the general tone of the reports (infirm my own observations.'
THREE, WORLD'S   RECORDS.
Broken by Post Office Clerks���Great
Discus Throw.
New York, May 21.���Three wo'Id's
amateur athletic records were estib
lished yesterday In the Post Office
Clerks' association gnmes at Celt*
park,
Louis Scbott, of Paterson, N. .T.,
running fr.im scratch in the 5000
meter race, won by BO yards In
15:08 2-5. Tl.e former world's tima
was 15:11 2-5, made by Jean Houin,
cf France, last year.
Abel Klvlat, of the Irish-American
Athletic association, defeated Meivin
W. Sheppaid, of the same club, by 15
yards, winning the 1500 meter run in
3:50 1-5 and clipping three-fifths of
a second off the world's recor.l held
by Harold Wilson, of England, since
I     ^SSSJSSM
The third  record    was    made    by i S 10| 3 &3 1
James  H.  Duncan, of  this city,  wbo. I
competing unattached, threw the di3- j
ens  from  the    S    foot.    2^    Inches ]
Olympic rirr'e. 155 feet 1 inch. This
eclipses the great throw of E. Nilssen
In  the    tryouts    at    the    Stockholm
stadium    yesterday    by    12    feet    9
inches.   In accordance with th�� Swed
ish Olympic rules Duncan hurled tive
discus 06 feet 7% Inches with his leU
hand, the combined throw being 253
feet 8% inches.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the leal property Immediately benefited and the pro.
portion  in   which  the  assessment   is made on per foot 'rentage,
Blk.    Lot    Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
A.
N pt of 3
2
I Corbould, Gordon K	
I Corbould, Gordon E	
I Vidal, James H	
j Johnston, John J	
! Lynch, Fred J	
I Schaake, Kate 	
^tppefary   Park   j City of New Westminster
8   |S pt W % 1 Rae.  Jessie   	
8   |NptSl(i ft I Halt, F. J	
l>4 &65JS pt of 3 I
'icNpt of 8 Gray, Alexander B	
Ma.\es, Mary Jane  	
Rogers, Mary S.  .. ...^.	
I Gifford, Lucy S. and" Thos.
I Gordon,  Mary  C	
I Rand, Arthur E	
1 Clute,  Mary  L.  R	
I EylOs, Benjamin  	
I Nlckson, Anne Victoria  ..
(lil &IS2! TtolO   1  1 Nlckson, Anne Victoria  ...
j McNeil, Alexander T	
I Cliff.  Ronald  L	
I Sinclair, Jas. W	
I Elly, Catherine Louise M. .
McLeod,   Allred   	
I Wintemute,   Robt	
1
W.
3
4
5
pt
J.
43
\1&.\1
11
1
4&S22
ft of 5
1! and rest
of  5
05.01
131.83
65.97
05.9G
65.9&
65.97
560.34
140.00
16.00]
52.001
62.00
63L0OJ,
63.00J
li��',.00
62.00
50.00
66.00
C6.O0]
52.80
48.70i
26.501
' 52.80J
52.80
66.00
66.00!
14.95
29.95
1&.00
15.00
15,00
15.00
127.40
21.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
14.35
15.00
14.10 '
11.40
15.00
15.00
12.00
11.05
6.10
12.00
12,00
15.00
15.00
i Read,'Thos. N. and Gllbt. L.
- .|      67.50|      15.35
.1
S %
N%
I
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1
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
12
lotolS
NVi
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
2&c.
��29
9
9
10
11
        12
71 7 &20| 13
33
9
10
1 "<
I 19
I
Green,   Maty	
Smith.  Franklin   .,	
Madill, H.  William   	
Madill, H.  William   	
I Tinman, WllUarti H	
1. Oliver, Elisabeth  	
; Barnett, Jas. F. II	
j Burden, J.  N	
! Young, Murdoch '	
; Young,  Peter  M	
! Banes, Thoii. S	
Boughen, E. J	
i Boughen,  E. J	
I Dunbrack. I.. G	
I Yi'esf. Home �� Imp't to.,
I Wc;t. Home & Imp't Co.,
' West. Home & Imp't Co,,
Wet. Home /*>.  imp't  Co.,
; Johnston,  Margaiet J.   ..
! Doig.   Arthur   	
! Ca'.bick. John A	
I McKcnzlq, John, Estate
\ P.ees,  llichar 1	
I Broad, Emily 	
Buchanan, R. B	
: Peebles,   Peter   	
i Cunningham.  James   ....
j Flux, Georje  Henry   	
! I^ne, William  	
I Trapp, Frank II	
I McMurphy,   P.   H	
I .Murray,   William   	
I Shaw, Jas. Pearson   	
I I,oree, Jas. C	
| Loree, Jas. C	
j Banton,   Lucy   	
Croll, Jas. A	
    Etherington. Arthur E. ..    ^^^^^^^^^^^
IS  A.B.C.I Horton, William   |      122.00|
7 I Croll, Jas. A I      61.001
6 Burnett,  Maria   j      61.00|
N V:
09.00
45.50
50.00
84.00
86.00J
55.001
52.501
50.001
50.1101
50.00|
25.00
25.00
50.00
60.00
51.011
51.00
61.00
51.00
61.001
00.DO
68.00
68.00
66.00
60.00
80.00
60.00
30.00|
30.001
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00.
66.00
66.00J
liii.Oo'
Ol.OOf
15.70
10.35
11.40
19.10
19.55
12.50
11.95
11.40
11.40
11.10
5.70
5.70
11.40
11.40
11.60
11.60
11.(10
11.60
11.60
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
13.65
13.05
18.6.5
6.80
6.80
13.65
13.88
13.65
13.65
13.03
15.00
16.00
ls.ca
15.00
13.85
37.70
13.83
13.85
4531.04|tl030.45
"MY STOMACH IS FINE
Since Taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets"
Mrs. J. Mcrkhuger, Waterloo, Ont.,
enthusiastically recommends Na-Dru-Co
Dyspepsia Tablets. Ilcr experience wilh
tbem, as sbe outlines it, explains why.
"I was greatly troubled with my
stomach", she writes. "I had taken so
much medicine th.:.*. I rrljjlit 'ay '9 ���i];c
any more would only" be*making it
worse. My stomach just felt raw. I
read of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets,
and a lady friend told me they were
very easy to take, so I thought I would
give them a trial ancl really tbey worked
wonders. Anjone having anything
wrong with his stomach siiould give
Na-Drn-Co Dyspepsia Tsblets a trial,
they will do the nst. My stomach is
fine now and I can eat any food."
One of the many good features of
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is that
they are so pleasant nnd easy to take.
The relief they give from heartburn,
flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia is
prompt and permanent. Try one after
each meal���they'll make you feel like
a new person.
50c. a box at your druggist's compounded by the National Drug and
Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
Montreal. 143
Notice ls he:eby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Lccal Im lovement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the schedule a'ove mentioned the sums of money set
opposite each lot for one year, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proi osed to- be made wlll
he held on Monday, the 17th day of June, 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
in tiie forenoon, af. the Council Charpber, In the City Hall, New Westmln
ster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from s ich Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Councll at least
eight days prior to such Court ot Revision.
.    W. A. D'JNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 23rd May. 1912. (
Date of first  publication 24th  May, 1912.
notice:
To Whom It May Concern.���Take
notice that my wife, Annie Stephenson, having left my bed and board, I
shal not be responsible for any dobts
incurred by her from the date hereof.
JOHN    CHARDE3    STEPJIRNSON.
Strawberry  Hill,   P.O.
Kate'd Aprll 30, 1912.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY���
WORKS  DEPARTMENT.
WAF.'NING.
The bridge on the River road near
the lioundaiy Road m unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons nsln'i it
a;<- hen-lfy notified 10 go slowly, and
observe tnutlon In cross'n'^.
All 1 a: ties using tills bridge do no
at their o*n risk,
By order,
FllK',)  L   M\CPHi:t!SON,
Municipal Ixi^ineer.
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,   ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
Dick" J. Lawrence
SALE
��� /
Having instructions from the
owner, who Is leaving for the East,
we will sell without reserve the contents of her nice house, on Tuesday,
May 28, at 2 p.m., at 2tD Ninth street,
consisting  In part as fo'lows:
Upright piano, mahogany case;  six
hole   Reliance   range,   good   as   new;
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's j beautiful  bookcase and  desk  In oak;
I,
Mus'c   Houses.
9.
A FULL SIZED I OT on St. Oeorqa
B'reeH a lltct diss buy at $3500.
No.  19.
/>D.    R2    HIGHLAND
HOME.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing In the
New \\eslmi:ister schools duties to
commence September 1. Application*
itutlntt qualifications and salary re-
'lulled to reach thc secretary's o.'flce
not later Cum noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY  WHITE.
Secretary   Hoard of School  Trustees,
New  Westminster,  H.C.
Subscribers
Andrew Cfansen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
iron  beds;  complete extension table;
large  heater, almost new;   shot gun,
and many other things too numerous
t mention.
Goods on view morning   of sale.
541 Front Street.     Near City Market,
who do not receive   The News before
8 a.m. should
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and make complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient   delivery    be    main-
so 'tained.
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
will resume business about May 27
In premises at the corner of Carnarvon anil  McKenzie  streets.
Have Your Breakfast Today nt
Davies' Cafe
Corner Columbia nnd  Eighth Streets.
Hest Coffee  In City,  New  Laid  Eggs.
N. S. Ross & Co.
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and
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goodx of all kinds.   Tools especially.
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TUESDAY,  MAY 28.  1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THR1
U>
MNGHYFOR SHIPS
"Goodwin Sands. In the North Sea,
Swallow Them Pitilessly.
SCENE OF MANY TRAGEDIES
Thsss Gre.dy Shoals, That Mock Mar a
Efforts to Tama Them, One* Gulp. 0
Down a Fleat of War Vassals W. h
Ovar a Thouaand Officers and Man.
From tbe steep roujili shore of Dei, J,
OverlookhiK the ship hwuIIowIiik Hoot-
win suuds. umny of the pilgrim tp
then* embnrked far America, nni
their descendants, in visit In- or leaving
ISiiKlMiid. travel through the famous
down* from wlilcb their stem progenitors nel salt in search of perfect lltierty.
Tlie (iond wins were then hi llie heyday
ot lheir evil reputation, miu) for uo-
Duiuben-d years ihey have been as
much ihe graveyard of the narrow eeus
Bn Subie island Is of lhe Atlantic ocean.
Wltb fervent thumcfulnesrt the pllgrtm
fathers saw tbe last of tlwwe uotortous
and farreachlnu kUohIh which break
the vicious sens In gules and make
tbem surge and roar like rapids and
which, faithful tu their UNsacherous
chameter, appear on bright summer
day* us restful ��* golden piuius. with
blue and glorious rivers running
through the countless channels.
Ship* or battle, treasure shin*. In-
dlamen with precious cargoes snd eral
grunt ships have sailed tts fur as the
Goodwins und there have i*een euguir-
ed Most travelers who akirt the count
between tbe Korelandu we ttie tpuint.
remains ot melancholy Wrecks.
The romantic tale in told that the
Goodwins were ai une time a fteataflfui
fino fruitful IslaM, the estate of Earl
Goodwin, hill that In 10117 the? became u vusi shoal liecause of "h tiiTbu-
leut rnge nt rnlti and ho anhemd of
rage ot the sen " The Island disappeared and became Incredibly <>a*ered
with sniiU' Tbnt has Ueen ihe tTHdl-
tlon for many centuries, und lees than
5100 yeurs ago I here wus au ulehouse
keeper who declared thai Ms uukeii
shtitllehiiiirtl wns tuude from a tree
Which grew on the iiuudwlit* when
1 they were un Inland.
A clerical Investigator, however, who
knew the publican, Hun-ow ful ly *hissed
blm as a lying lellow Although the
tradition is generally credited. It seems
fat iii.uc llUely Hint the <Joi��lvvlus ure
formed ity ihe struna run af the tide
down llie Ninth ~e;i mul the iMi- up the
St 111It   nt   Hover,   the  uvo  mei-ilng off
- Hie   l\eiili��h   cciusl    in I   sweeping   vast
Quantities nt sil I at  iii is  ��.'tin I [inm shmil
In   those   il.iv-   nt   lumJii-ru:
rnitt. alien \i.>-ei�� wets-iiiinplcteiv in
ttie   lllel-iv   uf   the   Weiitaer.   * here   wns
.lltth-     llll|le    III     Keiplllg     clem     .if     tlle
i Goodwin*   intles"   Ihe  sjitid-   could   he
i dlsi-eriied   Mild   Willi!   ami   tide   weie   III
voruhie      'BVery   mile   Uint   lilew   iriive
'tribute of lite uud vessel tti tlle sllutlls
There llttVe heen HMMKurillile dlsnslers
���In recent  jenrx. even mace si-eain  be
cauie almost universal toi marine ipio
ifillisluii.  hut  lhe most tflaMl enlulilllles
i relate III Ille iliiys of still     Of uli Unit
lime been |>ut mi record none 4s mure
'terrible Hi,in ihe tinulhllalJoii of nn eu
'tire   tle.-t   or   warship*   iu   t*e   sturm
wbich   ileviistnled    EiigbiiMl   iu    17'i;i
Tbii'leeii    warships   anchored   to   the
downs   were   swept  fnutti  their *noor-
.lags    Siune were driven ashore.    Klve.
including   four  sail   Of tht*   line,  were
huriiii inward the (loodwia* und dnsli
���eu-to, pieces.   Nearly I.WM itfnem aud
men i perished,    yet    a    handful   were
isaved uud brought to store hy won uf
Deal ami  Itnmsgate and tht; lit tie 'hu
�����ens,ot (be const.
"Tts llie hiiril gray weather taieed*
!hard itongilshmen." The harden *nd
Igrnyest Itrltlsb wenther ta thst of the
Nortli .�������. Tbe lioodwlux are at -The
tsoutlieminost purt of "the Xortfa ��ea.
iBiu; there un the coast line overlooking
ilhe-siiiids men battle ceimele��siy wktb
one of .Uie sailors' mosl pitiless cue-
itaiott l'he Goodwins cannot be ousted
ior engineered Into submission
Xhuy Hunt mastery and vcoru duiui
aatluu m.d in Iheir essentials 1*11111.1.11
what ithey huve lieen for ceutuj-je��.
Alain ih��a tried repeutedly hi i*r*die
tbem. tu Umi ii foot bold on their aU.uk
lng .buses. .Mure lliuu Mm years ago u
ccbenie Wits turmeil to build u Iwaeun
or ji llHluiioiise nn the llooilwlus, l.ui
it came 'to nothing. Long iifien��ur*i
etlemiile were miule to rinse il light
bourn-, .inn 'Hie work wus never ha
Ished. .hn 'IMI mo old ship wus scuttled mid ��ttf mnde ii dead weight with
halls hi. A iiiiisi wus put in her aud
bun* �� Imamili. liilt only fur u Hlue
The goeedy .i.IoimIwlna swallowed nil.
The ouiy ��!iiy lo conquer the shoals
Is to gird tiiein with buoy* uud light
ships, ami ii*sii bus hreh sn well mc
conipllslied itei-i lu 0tM> wenther llie
Bands are utarfced as cJenrly un lhe
waters ua that tMiurs are Indleiited ou
the dhd of u srsilch. But fugs unite
beacons useless, and so rapid la the
run of tiie ****** io the swashes ur
chunnels ul (lie winds tbnt even In
denr wenibcr nu experienced pilot
mny nut gel his reaael sntely through
the Indleiited trucks.-Wu Iter Wood tn
iLUrper's Magazine.
KILLED  ONE ANOTHER.
PSastey   With   a   Bullet   In   His   Heart
Shot His Opponent Dead.
In tils (sink "Vigilante Days and
Ways" Nathaniel I'itt Langford. the
author, tells tills story of >i typical
double trngcil.y of those times:
"One ot (he must meiimrtible tights
in Nevndn tisik j��lM<��e -hetween Martin
itiiriili.-inlt uud Thiiuias I'ensley. I'eiiH-
ley wus ti 111:111 ut striking presence
nuii tlue ability. He iind been ser-
gcaiit-iit-nrnis in (he Nevada nssembly.
In It <|iiurrel witli llnriiliurdt nt Car-
sou City be had heen winpuleil In the
umi. I tt it li ilarnlmrdt mul I'e.-isley
claimed t<> tn> chief.' utwn.vs n sum
dent cause of <|iiuirrel between men
ot their stump. Meeting I'enslcy one
day after the tight. Unriihnrdt tuiint-
Ingly nske<l hlm If ihe was ns gotul a
man then ms he wus at Clnrsmi.
"'This.' replied I'enHley, Ms neither
the time wor |��luce lo test that ques
thia.'
"Sixin afterward wblle 'Pcnslry was
sented in the uttlce uf the Ormsby
House In 4'ni-sim riigugcd In ennversn
tlon with some friends -tlitruburdr entered and. tiiiprnachlng blm. asked.
'Are y<Mi heeled V
"M-Vir toeav*��n+i aahe.' rejoined Pens-
ley, are fsm alwuya spulllng for a
flf*tV
" 'V^.' Tried Karnhardt. nnd without
further notice tired ibis revolver. Tbe
ball imssed through liensley's heart
Seeing ttint te hnd inflicted n fatal
wound. Harnhiirdt fled to the wash-
room, -cIokIhr the windowed door nfter
hlm. lVa*ley rose .mid -staggered to
tbe door. Thnmtlng ible iplstol through
tbe wish, tie tired nnd killed tlnnibnrdt
bistniiil.v. I^iilhig 'bnck In the arms
of Ms friends, they luid blm upou a
btlHnnd table.
���"���In ftflru1mi<dt dend?' be whispered
ns life was ebbing.
"'He Is.' was the answer given by
half a dozen sorrowing friends.
"���it is wll. Pull imy iKiots ofr and
send for m.v tirother Andy.' and witb
these words on hls lips be expired."
FINES OWN CHAUFFEUR.
with
SEVRES PORCELWm.
De
An  Artistic  Phjwer 'Group  That
����ivad a "Franoh King.
Tbe mnnuftieliire .of Sevres ware Is
one ot ihe oldest und must characteristic arts -of lhe l-'rencb.    The Sevres
pott-ci'les hn-ve lung lieen under the direct control nnd patronage of tbe guv-
ernment and nre iii receipt of an annual .subsidy.
A  rnynl  '[inrcelabi   factory   wns   llrst
j established ffl  Vltuennes in -T74.'. miller
| 1.011 Is XV. and produced niiinv UOtilble
I pieces of  ware,  purtlculniiy   bol|.|Uets
j 'in one ncctlHliill. it Is reluied. Ills mal
ij;      ( esty was the v id lm of n practical Juke
'One   *>f   tbc  exceedingly    lifelike   Immi
��� piets having heen placed  In Ills green
house    l'.\"    Mine    tie    INiiiifuiiliiur.    ui..
king   "ii   Ills   next   visit   tn   the   place
stun|led and in nil gund faith attempted
lo SUH-M 'llie mre exotic.
The faetury was 'trunsferred froni
Vlmenues to Sevree In l~."ili. sinie
Whtrli dal-e It has scut forth works nl
almost Inestimable value. l.'nicel.ilii
pastes, enlored by inelulllc 'osides. are
luiw cninti.nindeil I here whicb resist the
net luu ft .l'he must Hery 'furnace, and
the euaiuels mud glu/.es buve n utiirvei
uUs transpHnciicy and lu��ler. Alumst
every Hut wbich cull be impart ed tu
purcelaln .la here���-white, luniuuise.
blue, all the greens, 'the dellcute ,rnse
pink whlc-ih has re<-elv��>d the uame of
lm Harry .nud even scarlet, uue nf
Ihe must ilitliniilt .culors lu retain iiniler
tlle Intense tieul uf 'the baking .Iur-
uiu-es.
Sevres naneelailn ihaa nlwa\.wi lieen
un expensive ipriidncUni). 'fur ibe must
skilled .-irll.-.-1-s lmv,e been eiiiplnyeil III
Its maiillfactiatie. l-'-oruierly the liuesi
pieces were made -sulely 'fur nuyulty
and were sulii*ni(y by r��\vul ipernilssiun
The prices paiid iin .intnlern .times Iur
some of.these ^pecline.ns have -steiulily
increased unlii tibey ihav.e become star-
iiling.���Kichnnpe.
Judge Holds Court in Strest
Witty Patrolman.
New Yor.t, May 27.���Tlie novel
scene of a supieine court jud;;e hoi I-
Ing c^ nt ln the street, to try hls o.vn
ehaiiffeur tor speeding, w��s enuc.ie'd
last I'rida.-, and became known today
by the fining of Fie It. Ick E'.liott, a
'ctiauffefr, $io In Harlem court.
.iiis:ic.' Blanchard, accompanied by
hi3 wife, son and a woman i'i lend,
started un ti Ycnkcrs in tbe Judge's
car. Klllot* d ivlnp.
Motorcycle Pr.tiolmnn Ilelm^ ston-
rcd tbe spee.'ing auto after watching
it rush by everj thins else on the
roadway.
Justice Blanchard as!:ed: "Do you
know who I am ?"
Patrclman Helms relied that he
did not anl added that the chauffeur I
was going at tt^e rate of 2H miles an
hour. Then said the justice: "I am
Supreme Court Justice BlancharJ.
Let us hold couit right here."
Helms was sworn in, and the Justice's son founl himself acting as
court clerk. Then the business of
the court  betran.
Helms asled lf Elliott denied roing
"8 m'lss an hour. Elliott was positive
a m'stale had i'cen made.
"Then," asked ��� Helms, "just how
fart do you claim you were proceeding ?���'
"Fifteen nilcs an hrur. so far as I
cou'd judge," was the reply.
He'ms, having tad much e.v;eil3nce
ln such cases, grinned.
".Ipd'ie," he ��ald. "tbe mnn stands
convict*.1 on hls own admission. The
limit is ei?ht miles an hour."
Justice Blanchard laughed and s'lld
be thoupht lt best'to have the chauf-
fem; rtprear ln Hat lem court, which
he did last Saturday, when lt was adjoined till today. Today Elllon
pleaded guilty and pal.l his fine of $10.
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FURNITURE
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
, "We  Furnish  Your  Home Complote."
For the Home Dressmaker We Offer Special Value
This Week in
LOCOMOBILE  COMPANY  DOING
INCREASING BUSINESS
Seattls, May 27.���-In a letter received by William O. McKay, manager of tiie Thomas-McKay Co., Inc.,
from the San Francisco branch, of the
Locomobile, I. J. Morse, manager for
the California territory, told him that
the business of the Locomobile Com-
nany of America Lad Increased
4!) 4-1!) per cent, during the year ending  April   2f,,  1912.
The local firm was highly complimented by the factory in that they
had done more than their share iu
bringing about the result. Of course,
in the southern state the Locomobile
is recognized as the best car on the
market, and it is claimed tliat there
are more Ixiconiobiles on the street's
of San Francisco tban of any other
high grade car, but here the tight for
leco&nition had to begin at the bottom, for until the establishment of
the lc cal agency last November the
Locomobile vas i radically unknown
in this state. Now, however, theie is
unite a sprinkling of them on tbe
Etrceis, and they are < en becoming
b&OWn in the smaller towns of tie
state-, a cream colored Little Sl\ ��0
lng lo S';elton lbe woo    be.'oio lust.
.Vow, Instead ot the. Locorn.-bJ'o b*-
In^ a car unknown to lhe Peatflc
motoitets, lt 13 one of tbo most favorably known, and fo'.lowiut. its advert
Into some ot the gaiaf.es of the most
exclusive of Seattle's motorists, lt
has become a general object of notice
ar.d fnvy.
tt Is to be do't: te.l If ar oth"r
-onvanv has made a.ich etridca In its
nallcn'l business rnd especially when
ma-ketlng a hlsh ; ide car. for the
hlrh nrlce necessarily limits the field,
ani it is also to be doubled whether
any of the agencies of tbe Uic^mo'iile
ih oatliout the country bave met with
more pronounced success than has tbe
Thomas-McKay Co., Inc., through tie
e"o ts ar.d ahllit;, of Its manager,
Wi'.Iiam O. McKay.
SERVICEABLE GINGHAMS AND
l** flLIW-'iJic,.liiiii'iwiwiJil^fY-'^f t
RELIABLE PRINTS
As our entire stock is new and fresh,
buyers will h;tve the sa:is'a.-tlon of
getting pattsms that are absolutely
up-to-date.
Print Special
DOO yatds ln tbe leadln"- crbrlngs,
grey j, navys, bto'vns and light co'os.
Special price, ner yard   t\i/2z
1000 Yards
Crum's best makes, always selling at
15c to ISc;  all    the no*    handjom;
patterns,   Special i rlct this v.^t,
ysri  12'/;.-,
800 Yards
Fine Glnshanis, In dainty c'lrlm?<C
of blue, biown. rink and nivy.
��\ecial prLe, yard   12'/2c
1000
Yards
Dainty MuEl'ns, Dimities ond Lawns,
blues, pinks, bellotroie, navys. light
also dark giounds. Special price thli
week, per yard   121/20
IN WOOL FABRICS
We show an exceptionally wide ranee of colors in Prlestlv's fab'ics, serges,  panamas  and    novelties,
and rrices are marked low. For dependability "P.lejtly's" beats ihem all.
FINE SILKS
You will be agreeibly surprised at tha wide variety and extent of our silk  department,
your going elsewhere for silka and velvets.    We have tho goods fo.' you.
SEND US   YOUR TELEPHONE AND   MAIL ORDERS.
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No need  of
A Man Who ReaHy Mated Women.
A will of 11 .iiijIiruxNj -woman Inner,
vwrltex Virgil Jl. UiiiTin .lu "Ancient
'(j'lirlmiH uud I'mimus A'tttft. .** lliut "f
.11' rich old biichelor wlso timi -endured
mucb from attempts ma-de 'by Ills .(11111-
iily to put bim under the yoke uf
���matrimony and who wrul*-: "il 'begobut
my executurs will see (lint I inn liuneil
w.here there is 110 S'linus itnieiumd.
���ell'Uer to Hie right or lu Uh- l*vi,l nt uu-
Sliuukl  tbls noi be prm-thntete In  11��-
���wrdlnnry coiiiNe or thing* 1 tVttm't Unit ' in'g\he ooinitrv! will not Great Britain
make a general enluction
AUTOS FOR TRAINS.
In a recapitulation of the economic
features of the reciut railway troubles
in the British Isles and the neces-
sailly curtailed train service, representatives of the aovemment have not
overlooked a remarkable boom that
was given bo the automobile Industry.
Thev are providing members of par
liament. it* is reported from London,
with data which will tre utilized in
dea'lng with industrial problems that
eome before the repiesentatives In
both the Commons and tlw House of
Lor^s.
In-ui'-les f?r automobiles, isay the
detailed repots, tnundntod every garage In the country, the demand for
machines fcr 'ocal work being
on Infinitesimal part of the problem
that confronts.! tbe owneis ot jrar-
a/res The majorit-' of the orders for
automobiles wera placed Tor long
Journeys���til's so extensive and si
n imerojs that not a Tew of fh�� students of economics ha'<�� raised the
tier-:  "With her gocd roads ramlf>
674-678 Columbia Street
New Westminster
ing her Christian name.
it iB i>�� Violet Edwards that she
has become known to many otber
joang women engaged in the same
work and to many families in tenement homes on the lower west side.
These leports frcm Boston, which
aie positive ln their character, say
when the first shock of the confession
of the clergyman had worn off sufficient! v for the young woman to consider her own position, her family
recommended that she tak'�� a long
Euiopean trip, one that would extend long beyond the time when
Rlcheson should have gone to death
in the electric chair, an event eet for
May 1!).
Hut. Mlss 1-Mmands, despite the dis
closure that the clergyman In whom
she had such great faith and whom
she was to marry was a hypocrite
and a cowardly villain, did not for
that leason lose her faith In religion.
Indee 1, she turned toward lt and out
of prayers for guidance came her determination to do sett'ement work in
3ome district of roveity In a city far
fiom her o.vn home.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
TEXAS CROWD LYNCHES
NEGRO V/HO CONFESSED
they purchase three graven uud ''Ur,r
me In the tukld'e uf one uf (tee Uuiee.
iteuviiu: tbe two uiherv uiu*txai**tni."
Getting History Straight
It has been hlluwil Hint Washington
Was aol the reul author of Ills farewell address, nor Moume of his doctrine. i*��r Siii-riiuin of' his law. Presently we xiiiiii nnd itur that Bright
never had liin disease, nor Mhmhi and
iJIxon a line ou anything. And perhaps Ht ^ Itlls never danced.���New
.Vork Mall.
*- Jn order to love mankind we most
not ��Xpect too mucb 9t tiieui.-UaUe-
Jlus,    '
Pammlean.
IVmmirnn. tlie prepared food m<**A*i.<
ti on JKilur espedUlons. < ourIhi* <rf
two pant* lenII umut nud une tan fat.
wild two ounces of nilslns to lbe
(Kiuud Uuly |he choicest cuts 1miM
llu* <-tiolce���� beef nue used. Tlie le��M
and tbe tut end (he ealslns nre gr��m*l
aud mixed and then packed In iter-
tiietlcully ueaied etuis. It Is eaten raw.
It I* IroKMi when lhe time couies t<��
use It, and cooking would detract from
Its nutritive <inn��ties.
Starting the Feud.
tin by   likes to  play  wltb
my
"The
nnlr"
"Hot yon don't
when yon nre out
her culler.
Ami iluis 11 rnnlnoM arose hetween
two women who Iind Iicmi ,'lftijong
friends.��� Wiisbtngtun Herald.
trust  hfni   with it
do youV loqulred
\
some day
of the i*eam railway, except for a
limited mall service and for freight
ihandling ?"
ttlCHESOTiTS FIANCEE HA8
BECOME SLUM ANGEL
New York, May 27.���Since Rev. C.
T. Rlchfeon wade his abject eonfes-
slaa of the murder of MIbs Avis
Ltimell, several months sgo. the
whereabouts or Miss Violet B-lmands,
the Brooklyn heliess who was to have
married him and who unwittingly w a
the motive for hte frightful crime,
has heen as ',reat a mysterv as tbat
of��� Dorothv Arnold, save that the Bd-
mands family has *n alon? declared
Itself te he In full possession of the
knowledge of where she is livlnp.
Boston disDatchea stated positively
that "Iss Edniand*. after i��co"e'lng
from the shoc'j of the arrest uhd svN
seinent crnfe!"Slon of her ilnnee. bad
decided to withdraw for all time from
the rocfal circle where ��he and her
wealthy family had been ����� raoErtne-'t
and that, hidden In the slums of thL'
city, loo-lng to relleton for her siie
consolatlin. pbe has been M-licr the
life of abnegation   of    a settlement
Tyler, Tex, May 27.���Dan Davis, a
negio, was burned to death at a
stake In the streets of Tyler yesterday, after he had confessed to assau'.t-
cn'.y Hig Mlss Cariie Johnson, of this city.
a week.ago. Two thousand persons
participated ln the 1: nulling.
Davis had signed a statement confessing to the a-sault. but before the
match was touched to tbe pile of
wood on which the negro had been
bound by the mob, he was asked a; a!n
lf be was guilty.
"1 am guilty," he cried, and a moment later the flumes were leaping
high over hla head.
Davis waa brought hete early on
Snnday from Athens, Texas. When
members of the sheriff's poBse arrived
at the Jail wtth the negro they were
confronted by several hundred citizens, who waited until the negro bad
written his confession, then demanded that he be turned over to them.
Officers and many citizens protested, but finally surrenderel the ne;>-o
to the mob, whose numbe s made protest useless, tbe officers say.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
INew Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR   HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.	
I     Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Tsmpsr.
Temper ratines Uiu greatest affairs to | ^o^er.
he decided by the most paltry reasons. ���     t0 nvoi 1  a^ro- ery rnd  It' attw"'1
It obscure* every talent, paralyses er-   ant notoriety, these   difiatches said,
ery energy and reudws lta victims In* 'the ; oung  wom*n  bad assumed the  fraud has been going:
supportable.   ��� ���,. .  _    naun of Edwatds, though not chang- 0f years.
Huge   Picture   Frauds.
London, May 27.���In Old Bull��y recently James Castlgllone,   a   picture
dealer, was..convicted of perjury an^
���sentenced to six   months   Imprisonment.   He wss sn emp'oyce wtp hei -.
ed to dispose of tons of spuilous oil
mssto s.    Robert   Poiteous,   another
picture man. who had been convictel
twice pr.evlousl" for perjury and for
procuring others to commit the crirai.
In the picture game, was sentenced |
to twelve months 'Imprisonment. The j
modus operandi for the gana was to 1
auction old masters which had been |
-manufactured  for Csstlgllon-o as rlc-
tu.-es which hade been self.ed by tie
sheriff under an order of court.   The 1
sales attracted "ieat    attention   ond
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and.
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a cfreas\r
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after^erms
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it*��
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part ofthe
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse ^\^'^^/!
easily, vigorously, J!^ n 'y'
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
s
the pictures realized hi-prices. The | Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
fraud haa Been gotor on for a number u.t��� j baidv enm    *. *     . **^��
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake. WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUE8DAY, MAY 20, 1912.
every    morning   except
���y The National Printing and
(Co.,  Ud.,  at  their office,
Wl8tr��et,   New   Westmln-
u.*c. '*
liOpUiTtT H. BEST, Manager.
telephones:
Office  L999
HOtortsd  Office    K 01)9
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
By aMTter $4 jier year, ?1 for three
���aiiMtha, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 per   year,   or   25c   per
fKMSth.
i   WeaUstinster Weekly News $1 per
INVENTIONS THAT
ARE MAKING GOOD
Have Proved to Be Most Profitable Investments���What ths Dominion
Match Co. Offers.
TUESDAY,   MAY  28,  1912.
CELEBRATIONS.
Celebrations or Important anniversaries or great Ideas have, as every-
<jbo would nxknowlodge, a great intrinsic importance. They have also
:��. considerable exlrinslc value. Hy
this we mean that according to the
\ray a city or a people observe these
orrasions, so do ihey make an impies-
��i>n on the oufeido world.
Willi ibis thought in mind, lt ts
���dfeappoiiitinj io notice tlie difference
bit ween the. wajb in which Victoria
and New Westminster, lhe Hoyal City
tiBi.-n-.-l by Queen Victoria herself,
CfeMtraied iiMiy HI. In this city wc
played a game of professional lacrose
and did nothing else. Across thc
straits they kept high holiday for
throe whole days. The streets were
vay with crowds and decorated cars.
with music of bands and military and
naval uniforms, the shop windows
were decked wfth bunting and an air
o'l prosjierous and well ordered gaiety
jcrvadi'd the whoie city. Entertainments of various kinds, amateur lacrosse, and spoils, fire works, regattas, racin;, illinniiiatii ns kept the
visitor occupied and content during
tiie whole stay in the "city beautiful"
ol Hritish Columbia. The Consequence
was that Victoria was the Mecca for
thousands of holiday makers of the
beat kind during the three days from
Thursday to Sunday. The town was
w> full that sleeping accommodation
wis at a premium, was even not avail-
stb\e for many, who slept, on floors
iind dining room tables In the approved style aud yet did not grumble.
Everywhere among the visiting
tcrowd could be heard expressions of
^gratification    and    enjoyment.      Tlie
The history of Inventions bIiowb the
remarkable traits of human nature.
After some labor-saving device Ifc
patented, manufactured ready for tho
market, the public is quick to aee the
advantages because It means the saving of money.
Yet the very people who are shown
the Inventor's working model, wlll
shake their heads and doubt whether
the machine is practical, ani will f
hesitate ubout putting their money
into lt.
They wait until the machines are
Installed ready for turning out the
commodity for which they were invented, then they wait until the company operating them I'e placing the
goods upon the market. They wait
until their friends are receiving large
dividends. Then they wake up and
want to invest In the stock of the
company. Hut it's too late; they have
lost another Opportunity. Onlj those
individuals who had the business
judgment and foresight, who could
look into the future, were the ones
that profited.
Search the world over and the case
Is the same with every Invention.
But when it comes right, down to
facts, it Is an absolute certainty that
every machine that ls invented that
eliminates or teduces the necessity of
a physical effort, or reduces tlie cost
of production of a commodity, patented devices have paid several millions
of dollars in dividends to their fortunate stockholdeis.
The Dominion Match Co., Ltd., real-
i'/ing the enormous possibilities in
tho Parker Continuous Process for
tlie making of matches, purchased outright the patents for the manufacturing of matches In Canada, and also
the formulas for the making of single
dip, double dip, safety matches, etc.,
and I here is no reason in the world
why this company should not pay
larpe divi lends to its stockholders.
Take every corporation the world
over tliat is today manufacturing a
commodity with a labor-saving device, and you will find them capitalized at millions, with the shares
valued at far above par, with a record
of dividen Is that will astonish you.
Study, if you want to, the reasons
for success, and each lin'i of enriuiry
will bring you to the same point,
namely, tbe development of an invention that either eliminates absolutely
or else minimizes thc amount of
physical or mental labor necessary
to accomplish a certain result.
This Is yonr opportunity to invest
your money in what will be one of the
best and largest industries in Canada.
It is the person with tlie moral cour
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��� Correspondence I
The Dally News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.
ROWDYISM   IN   LACROSSE.
Editor Dally News.
Dear Sir,���As one    who,    although
not a resident of either Vancouver or
New Westminster, has- attended with ]
only two or three exceptions all the I
league gqmes held   between   the   lai |
crosse teams of both of these citlesj
may    I be    permitted to    voice    my
opinion  of  the disgraceful  fight that
occurred  on the    lacrosse    fleld    at
Westminster on the holiday.   "
I travel fifty miles every time there
ls a lacrosse match from up the line
to witness lt. There are many more
like me. We pay our cood money to
see a lacrosse match and unless we
and others pay that money there wlll
bo no lacrosse teams or matches. It
Is up to the newly organized lacrosse
commission, with the combined support of the management of the two
teams interested, to see that both
participants in Friday's game are well
punished. Hanlsh both players from
the Held for a month or two months.
Such action, ln my mind, will do
a lot to assure the public, who make
lacrosse teams and hlfth salaries possible, that those behind the games
are really anxious to keep the game
clean, if some such action is not
taken up you will find public support
wane, and quickly. The long suffering public has arrived- lit the stage
where it is uoing to teach sport managers that rowdyism on our athletic
lields has to cease.
Yours truly,
MERLIN D. HOLLAND.
SEATTLE TERMINALS.
Delayed by Difficu'ties Concerning
New Harbor Commission.
Seattle, May 27.���Problems of a
lei;al and technical character which
liave tbeir o.igin in the act creating
lhe Port of Seattle distiict and questions involve I in the answer of the
port commi-sion to the in'criogatories
propounded by Charles Fenn end C.
P. Spooner, representing the Pacific
Terminal company, have bean considered and analyzed by R. F. Ayes and
his associates in conjunction with attorneys for the company in New
York, and within a few days the Ne*-
York financiers back of the Harbor
Ialand terminal enterprise will Lave
there  for  Seattle.
It was expected that Mr. Ayers and
his associates would have prepare! a
definite proposal to submit, to the port
commission for lease of Hat bor Island
terminals by May '>'. Because of the
newness of tlie act creating tbe port
commission and other l?gal problems.
Mr. Ayers and his associates have
found it Impossible to leave New
York in time to airive here tomorrow. Yet no time wl'l be lost In
threshing out  the legal .questions
sJmtial
varded and carefully tended.    Amuse
i��t<Tit waa  provided  all  the time  for
att the i>eople.    There was never any
nerd  to ask,   what was  there tp  do
A three day program had been drawn
*��p which was carried out to the letter and which catered  for all tastes
and was practically    all    free.    Fireworks in the harbor, flrewprks in the
iwk, open air moving picture shows,
automobile and horse parades, sham
battles,  and   illuminated   water  flotillas, none of these cost the visitor a
cent.     - -   ���~- "
The pin-pose of recounting all this
Fs to show one of the very best forms
of advertising.
There alje other sides to such a
-celebration we "know, but this Is the
aide which we wish to dwell on at this
time. Victoria was advertised on this
holiday In the very best possible way.
;She drew people to her In crowds and
then imnressed them very favorably,
kept them happy and sent them away
���with a. determination to go back again
as soon as possible. Not only did she
sgive the impres-sion of heing a pros-
pRnms city nnd a beautiful city, but
i a. happy cily., n
Now. why should not. Westminster
aim at doing something of this sort
itself on holidays ? Mny Day showed
that Bhe is- uot incapable cf entertaining crowds, but May Day comes
tout once a year and a city should be
t'usy nil ihe time. Dominion Day Is
coming shortly. Would It not be possible to Iind some way of oalabrating
tMs day ? Tha outside public is alwaya leaiiy to forget anything that
ts not npt ��� COhStantly before its
Tfiinrt. The objci t of those who be-
Iteve in Him.citv should be to keen
\t constantly before the outsldi world
��n a favorable light, Such celebrations are one of the very best ways
nl securing this object.
PAY CASH, IT WILL PAY YOU
TUESDAY
HBB^^^HH^^^HH^^^H
.,   ������
SPECIALS
We are offering large bottles of Strawberry Jam, regular 35c sellers, at each      - - 25c
Toilet Paper, a No. 1 Article, 5 rolls for        -        25c
Two 3 lb. Tins Tomatoes for      -             - 25c
Cowan's absolutely pure cooking Chocolate,  sells 50c
per pound.   Today, per pound         -         -    45c
Heintz Pork and Beans,  regular 2 for 25c.   Today,
each             -             -            - 10c
No. 1 Apples, last chance at, per box          -        $2.50
Tea prices are advancing, but today we will offer our
35c Tea .at, per pound - - 30c
You cannot afford to miss this
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Ox-Tongue, sliced, per pound         -             - 60c
Dried Chipped Beef, sliced, per pound      - - 40c
Cooked Ham, sliced, per pound             -      - 40c
Fresh Uncooked Ham, sliced, per pound        - 35c
Roquefort,   La Trappe,  Gorgonzola,   English Stilton
Cheese, always on hand.
��� i
The Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS.
���        CASH GROCERS
33 8th Street      'THE WHITE FRONT"
s. k. ititior.H.
Phone 2
atreeta were well kept and In the reef- / age  and   farsightedness  that  inv��at*/'"^'V* ""L ""    ". -''  '!"<;-"�����"���  �����    ���
imtlal    districts    beautifully    bot.le-    "Is money in paying investment, and  $,J���d Mr    Avf^and  wfSS?A��'��
1 ���ho��   mnv���   Ac,   vm*   want    than   an   ln-lw*"L?    '"r-.   AXC���   a"u.   ",a   ��*">�� '   E!    I
-what more do yoa want, than an in-1 ^-^ roadyt0 invest  more than
SB
X
terest in such an industry with the
future before it, that, the Dominion
Match Co., L��td., of New Westminster,
has.
WHEAT   BELOW   AVERAGE.
""Oil <n Chilliwack District.
^Tiit'iwa-i', Mav 87.���Jl tbo 'btrict
around ClUliw- ck to beccme a Fecwrt
Ottifornia as fen oil producing centre?
The nc��< hat) leaked out that a com-
K��u\y hns taVcn o-'i'ons on s 'vera] p r
��*ri�� ol tandl where cil is said to
abound and within the nexl fr >v da-'s
tm nil derricW -will be elected to tent
the. progenies. Residents aro ranch
^sxt-lted ofcr tjic oiltloo't an1 are look-
jbv for ^reat results from the tests
���*����� fc�� mt.-^e.   }
Introduced Insect.
Snn Francisco, May 27.���Cebrgo C.
tlotnllne, of Fresno, bas been ap-
!���-��� ..-ni chief rf the d��rartmen.l of
iMtttcaltUB of the Panama-Pacific
t-.i-,.-iiv.i-:i>ii..i exposition. Rootling 1-
;��. nativc eon and bas sained great
fame as the Introducer of th? Bla^to-
Vibtigca tirosKorniii. or the little Insect
���whlrh first made tlie Smyrna fig cul-
tnr��s-possible. He was born here on
Kebniary 4, 1M;x.    Mi   graduated from
Spring Sowing Delayed in East aid
on Prairies.
Ottawa, May 27.���A bulletin of * tn.
census and statistics office issued recently makes the fol1 owing report on
the crops and live stock of Canada.
The area sown to winter wheat last
fall was reported as 1,OUT,000 acres,
of which 7117,200 acres were In Ontario and 300,700 acres in Alberta.
Prom reports of co respondents at the
end of April it is estimated that
about 31.50 per cent, of this area has
been winter killed, the proportion being l'S.72 per cent, in Ontario and
38.50 per cent in Alberta. This represents a total deduction from the
aiea sown in about 345.000 acres
(229,000 acres in Ontario and 116,000
acres in Alberta). Tbe average condition of winter wheat on April 30
was 72.112 of a standard (71.24 per
cent. In Ontario and 76.80 per cent, in
Alberta). Prom these figures it is
calculated that the yield per acre
from winter wheat in 1012 is likely to
be about 20 bushels per acre, or 13
per cent, less tlun the average yicl 1
of the three years 1009-11, viz.: 23.33
bushels per ac:e, provided ihat average conditions prevail between now
and harvest.
In the Maritime provinces spring
seeding on April 30 had only begun
here and there, most of the ground
being still under snow. Very little
progress had been made by the same
dale In Quebec, the amount of seeding done re) resenting not mo-e 'ban
about 3 or 1 per cent. In Ont r o
about IB per cent of tie total seeding was completed, bul this applies
chiefly to the western and southern
parts cf :he province, In th? northwest, provinces the wrt condition of
the ground coupled with cold wenther
the smell amount of fail plowing
completed last year has caused seeding operations *o be somewhat back
ward !n Manitoba '.0 13. -:i Sua
katchewan 71.54 nnd {.n Allw.; a f-1.2"
per cent, of the seeding o. B;iHnsi
wheat was romi ieicil '���-. Pie <.-:.il of
Ajrll, i nd of total ?ecdin t d-'iie the
ierc:iiti^2 prcrortlcns went. M f.ii-
toba 3t;.ii3. Saskatche.va:i '..'.3o nnd
Alberta 51.50.
>.'( in Iy 14 per ctn\ of 'l.e hny end
clover meadows have bee v. int,-r
killed, and their avera��,q coudl'lon I?
represented by 74.63 for ml I'uVuJU,
tbo figures for Quebec b-n-: Pu, for
Ontario 80.46, for Manitoba "?-'", foi
Saskatchewan 87.8��. for ATi >.! i 9B.C0,
and fcr Hritish Columbia '>7 '2
The report on the condi"! 1 Ml'.'
stock shows a hieh avev.-.��e for He
Dominion being o-er 90 pet' cut. rf
fl Btan'ard. West of Oc-irio the
figures exceed 90 for all tisiji-iiitlon"
of live slock. In Ontario lor til'ih
COWS and other <atllfi. in Quebec  for
Grow Hair
600,000  immediator'.v .after ihe cqp. j   An English Chemist Has
tract for the lease is closed.
Mr. Penn, representing   Mr. Ayers, j |        Discovered  How   to
eald  yesterday:
"My associates In New York were
very   much  disturbed,  of  course,   by!       _\
the opinion of the port commission's j     .    _    . . ,.     .  ,,. ��� , ���..    ,
attorney, because It or; stalled condi.;    In EnSland the ladles have entlrel>'
tions  which they  had thought  up to! abandoned wearing    rats,    wh:ch    i3
that time at least offered some chance ; due entirely to this new discovery,
of adjustment. Ji    It has been    proven    that    Henna
The  replies ot  the commission    to i , . ,.
the questions which vn tvesented to | leaves contain the ingredients that
them also served to biing ahout a [ will positively grow hair. That they
new set of conditions, which in turn ! contain this long-looked-for article Is
required a new kind cf proposal rrom , proven every day
'It had been hoped that this new I The Americans are now placin3 on
proposal coul.I be prepared in time ti i the market a preparation containing
be presented here on Monday, but I the extract from Henna leaves, which
received a telegram on Priday which ; is having a phenonifnal sale,
stated that a couple of days' delay j This preparaticn is called SALVIA
would be ie iuired. And on Saturday and ls belng BolJ with a RUarantee
I received another, which states ia to cure Dandruff and to grow hair in
ph.it as follows: ! abundance.    Being daintily perfumed,
"���We are in dail- sess'on with our.|gALVIA makeg a mcs( plrasant hah.
bankers and attorneys anl, as lft dressing. Ryall, your druggist, is tha
have previously advised you, are in. first tQ , t th,a pre ratlon lntf)
he process of arranging a i lar, which?, New Westminster, and a large, gene:-
in  spite of the latest  restrictions of
the port commission, will still .enable'
us to opoiate. We are proceeding
with all possible haste, and when our
arrangements are completed satisfactorily we will leave for Seatt'e. which,
we hope lo do early next w<v?k.'
"No one regrets more-than I  that-
���'le  lack of precedent  occasioned  by
the  newnes cf the  port commission
act  has  produced  so many  ne.v  and']
rnt.rled condltlcns which have brought
about so much unoertaint���-.
"No one expects an eiiteriirlse ln-^
volvlng some millions of -'ollars to hc
entered into by cither party w!thou*|
duo a'id careful consideration of all
Its details. Vanv legal nd technical
nuestlons have to be absolute ly set.
tied before my associates can leave
New York City.
"it is nM unprecedented that i ||
should require a day or two lonsrer
than ev| ected. b'tt I can oonftdent'y
rromlse to the i eople of Seattle that
they wl'l ha-e the opnoitunltv of see
ing a proposal ir-i le here hy the mei
���"���Ph the money to carry it. out in a
few days."
,:ous bottle can be purchased  for 50?.
MANPEVILLE
APARTMENT HOUSE
12th Street and 6th Avenue
5 STEAM HEATED        ELECTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRIST, Agents
Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
Harvard Universily Rie*".
Cambridge. Miss., May 27���Ha''a"d
nni- er^it". aceor 'lng to a flicnci 1 report mad->, has $25,000,000 in productive bonds, of ^h'ch ��17.0nn.non Is ir
solid slocks and bonds. TMs h an
increase of a millicn and a "u;i11-r
over last vear in the *-n\ue of -he
stocks pnd. bond*, from Its produ tlv*
''on^'s Mie unl"" s'ty '-as an Income of
$2..ri00 000, 11788 737 of this in ome
comiiu' from its stoe'es and bonds
The university has ebo"t <l"0n ptu-'.
ents nn I o"tr some of the best rea
estate in Hoston and suburbs, from
i.-tiipi. a rent Income Is derived, It
bas always lena nuestlon i f rpe rl i
tion   a*   to  Just  what   the   university
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   J wns woith, and tlie report has shown
i horse* -ind milch cows and in  Prince j it   to  be  tbe  richest   In  the  country.
^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^1 J-Mwaid   Island   for   milch   r'<"v>   ;""l | Huvinv.: the last fiscal year tiie rnlver-
the local biKh school In iskfi. He has1 other cattle the percentage figures of Ulty acquired a large nmount of new
tooDcskKand in the nursery and fruit condition fall below do, the range be-1 bonds and stocks and disposed of
&t)fanr<.<�� hI Fresno. Ing frcm &'S to 8S. 'others.
Give Your
Boy a
Ch
ance
Teach him early in life the
value of saving.
$1 will open an
account for him
in The People's
Trust Co.'s Savings Department. 4% Interest, compounded every
three months, is
paid by this company on all deposits.
$1 Starts the Boy Right
W. R. QILLEY, Phona 122.
G. E. QILLEY. Phons 291.
Phonss, Office 16 and is.
GilBey Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AN.O
FIRE BRICK.
j������
Grand Trunk System
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"       S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
May nnd Stewart.
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
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TUESDAY,  MAY 28, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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SPORTS
REVISED LACROSSE
SCHEDULE  ISSUED
The admission of ths Fairview team
to the Paciflc Coast Senior Amateur
Lacrosse league has made a re-arrangement of the schedule drawn up
at the beginning of the season necessary, and the executive has completed
the assignment of dates with the following iesult, the last mentioned team
in each case being the home,.mptt:
June 1���Victoria vs. Westminster.
June 8���Vlctoiia vs. Fairview.
June 15���Fairview vs. Vlctotia, Vancouver vs. Westminster.
June 29���Victoria vs. Vancouver.
July C���Victoria vs. Balrvlew, West,
minster vs. Vancouver.
'July  13���Westminster  vs,  Victoria.
July !10���Vancouver vs. Westminster. ,
August 3���Victoria vs. Westminster.
AuguBt 10���Vancouver vs. Victoria.
August 17���Westminster vs. Victoria.
August U���Westminster vs. Vancouver.
August 31���Victoria vs. Vancouver.
PANEGYRIC   LACROSSIAN.
Following the victory of the Royals
over Con Jones' aggregation of all
stars on the afternoon of Empire Day,
a Dally News reporter went to the
rear of the grand stand pinned to
which he had last week found a paean
of defiance. Ills Idea was that the
fair maiden who had penned it might
have been inspired to further flights
of poetry by the hard won victory of
the Royals. Sure enough, the spirit
-of victory was rather crudely expressed In a couple of verses. They are
appended, and we might as well suggest to the Vancouver Daily Province
that if they be copied, as were the
former verses, due credit should be
.given to the Westminster Dally News
as the discoverer of them:
VWE   GOT   CON'S   GOAT.
Why do the Salmon Hellies cheer?
. They've got Con's goat.
In spite of all he spent this year
They got Con's goat.
Of Eastein Stars Con picked the hest,
They met the Wonders of the West���
The sporting page describes the lest���
We got Con's goat.
We'll throw the bull dog in the drink,
We've got Con's goat.
Poor Con's head whirls too much   to
think,
We've got Con's goat.   .
The Royals are dn the laurel track,
Con's future now looks very black;
The Mllnto mug Is coming back���
We'll keep Con's goat.
���Byll Fecit
the Olympic team, who believed that
Horlne would arrive out of condition
from the Journey and without time
to test. Therefore he declined the
responsibility, which President Hum-
phi ey assumed today.
In reply to another request from
Sullivan for Forest Smlthson, world's
record holder of the 110 meters
huidles, the Olympic club replied that
Smlthson is a member of the Los
Angeles Athletic club,' which alone is
empowered to act on tfye request.
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Northwestern League.
Tacoma, 9; Vancouver, 0.
Seattle, 7;  Spokane, 'I.
Victoria, 11;  Portland, 8.
Natiolnal- League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York   25
Cnclnnatl   23
Pittsburg       23
Chicago      Hi
St. Louis   17
Philadelphia       13
Boston        13
Brooklyn         9
6
13
13
17
21
17
22
21
.800
.620
.520
.485
.447
.433
.360
.300
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The Senior Amateurs nre mourning the loss of Nelson Kenney, who
has gone noith to the Nechaco country fcr the summer. The local boys
were figuring on Kenney \ laying a
prominent rart In the league this
summer, and will Iind lt haid to re-
1 lace hlm. ���
--       "WEST   ENDS   WIN. '
���Scratch Teams Play���Senior Amateurs Lose by Odd Goal.
In a scatch eame on Moody srpuare
last night, the West Ehds beat the
Senior Amateurs by three goals to
two after a strenuous hour's struggle.
Neither team was at full strength and
the Seniors' home was somewhat disorganized. The homo of the West
Ends, however, played a fine combina
tlon game, passine quickly and shoot
ing accurately. Their defence also
surprised the large crowd of spectators by keeping out their opponents eo successfully. The final re.
.suits came as a urprle to everyhody
preent the member of both teams Included.
The West Ends who have been v��ry
successful so far are playing East
Burnaby at Queen's Park. The game
will begin at 6:30 p. m. The struggle
should be a close one, but the supporters of the West Ends are felling
very confident after last's night's per
formance.
Yesterday's Games.
At. Philadelphia��� R. H. H.
Botson       4      9      2
Philadelphia      5     6     1
Batteries: Tyler, Donnelly and
Kling; Brown and Dooln. Umpires,
Owen and Brennan.
Second Game��� R. II. E.
Boston       3     6      1
Philadelphia      0     3     1
Batteries: Brown, Perdue and Cow-
dy; Curtis, Alexander and Moran,
Dooln.    Umpires, Brennan and Owen.
At Brooklyn��� R. H. E.
New York  6     6      0
Brooklyn       2    12      4
Batteries���Ames and Myers; Knct-
ezr, Barger and Phelps. Umpires,
Johnston and Eason.
At��� R.    II. E.
St. Louis  fi     7      1
Pittsburg       3    10     1
Pateries: Willis, Steele and Bres-
nahan; Adams. Robinson and Kelly,
empires, Ittgler and Fineran.
At Chicago��� R.   H.   E.
Cincinnati       1     3     2
Chicago       4    10      0
Batteries: Fromme and McLean;
Reubaeh and Needham. Umpires,
Klem and Bush.
American   '.eague.
Won. Lost Pet
Chicago    20     9 .743
B-c.lon       I'l    18 .���37
Philadelphia    ....- is   in .500
Washington     16   18 .472
Detroit       16    18 .471
Cleveland        14    17 .453
New  York    12    19 .3f\
St. Louis   10   22 .313
JOE BAYLEY T* -HINC
Tough Fight In Prospect at Bassano���
Al'en Confiuenx.
Bassano, Mays 27.���*A . prominent
sportsman who lias rectnt y been to
the. coast and who takes great Interest In Joe Bayley, who will meet BMW
Allen at Bassano on June 29, for the
Canadian championship, was talking
to Tommy Burns ye&telday and stated
that Billy Is ln excellent shape. He
watched Billy playing at the coib',
and states that the little boxer has
entered inti tbe mill wiih a great
deal of enthusiasm, and that his cne
ambition Ib to defeat Allen In tlie
coming contest.
His hand Is thoroughly tecove'ei
from the Injury received In hls last
bout, and ln every other respect he
looks in better condition that he ever
was before.
p Supiorters of Billy In Ottawa are
beginning to consider Bayley a man
to be feared, and Allen is training
with the best boxers of the East, taking no chances of being defeated In
June. Huek. his manager, will not
accompany Allen west, but the welterweight champion . of Central Ne*
York, one of .Allen's most intimate
fr'end'B. will come with him. They
will arrive ln Calgaty two weeks.before tbe bout.
Already a large nimber -of peorlo
have expressed their lfcten'lon of 30
curing seats. The cnia, big troublu
now before .the promoters Is' the providing of enough accommodation for
the large c.owd, that wlll attend.
Champion High Jumper,
San Francisco, May 27.���President
Humphrey, cf the Olympic club, notified James E; Sullivan, secretary of
the /mateur Athletic union, tonight
thnt C-porge Forlne, the champion
high .lumper left here this mornlne
to com-e e In the games to be held
��� rt Col'le park. New York, on June 2.
When the leiuest for Horlne's pres-
en re came yesterday In President
Hum-h ev's absence. It was flrst re-
;-"rted tint Horlne would gp and
later drr.Ied by Cerhardt, captain   of
Yesterday's  Games.
At New Vork��� il.    IT.    E.
Washington      5     7     2
New   Yoik    10.10      1
BatterlOj Hugl-.es ami Henry; Caldwell aud Swescey. Implies, Kvans
and Esiin.   .
At Uoston��� R.    E-    E.
Philadelphia       12    17      4
Boston        6      7      2
Batteries: Plank. Brown, Bender
and Thomas; O'Brien, Collins, Bcdi
ent and Carrigan, Nunamaker. Um
piles Dineen and Perrine.
At Cleveland���St. Louis-Cleveland
game postponed, rain.
This evening the Balmorals and thi
Moose baseball teams clash in the
second scheduled game of the City
league series at Queens park, play
being scheduled to stsrt st 6:30 sharp.
The Moose have strengthened thelt
team since the disastious game with
Vancouver cn Friday last, having
added Horn and Hunke to their
staff, Horn will pitch for the Moose
and Blgnan will hold dawn the mound
for the Bals. A good game Is anticipated and the supporters of both
teams will be there to cheer their
favorites on to victory.
��� "-���-' '"Ty   Cobb   Dispute.���<
Tyrus Cobb was hue's in the ga"ie
vesterdav against tve Chicago white
Sox fol'oving the dftlng of the ban-
by President .lehnson
Wh'.ie Ty Co'ib, tie Prerle:'!. is sa':1
to be cn bad terms with his club
mates, he must hn- e some standing
with the other players on his team to
be able to lead a revolt against the
African league o^iclftls. Organised
baseball 13 not a thing to be trifled
vlth and the player who rl-olts ls
made to feel the leavy hand of the
baseball commission. Cobb,' de"~'te
i^ls reputed unpo^ula-lty, must ha-e
the affection of his club mates tn be
���ible to bring them to hls side In his
flght wi'h the league.
The Cobb Incident has brought on*
one of the most unpleasant, parts of
the great American natlbnnl game���
the fan rampant. In many of th^ baseball centres the fans think, It their
duty to make the opposing teems'
lives a burden to them, f'ome even
go beyond all the boun'fe. of common
decency, as the fan did who Insulted
Cobb.
$|52��SUITS SATISFY
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
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Trans-Pacific Yachts.
S?Angele��, May 27.���The yacjit
Hawaii, of the Honolulu Yacht club,
official entry of the Hawaii yachtsmen
ln tbe trans-Paciflc race which is to
start from San Pedro June 11, has arrived ln the Inner harbor, liaving
made the run from Honolulu in 19
days.'
Captain W. H. Shroud, of Honolulu,
was in command and had a crew of
10 men. He reported a most pleasant
trip all the way across.
Beside j the Hawaii, the official list
of entries Include the Turbine, representing the South Coast Yacht club,
Los Angeles; the Seafarer, representing the San Francisco Yacht club; a
ketch entered by tlie Vancouver
Yacht club, Vancouver, B.C.
The Hawaii won the last race ln
omj J8t|}0 am ouiq-mj, oin pue 0161
in 1900 and 1908.
Westminster Opera
House
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
Grand Opening
-OF-
Moving
Pictures
BEGINNING
NEXT WEDNESDAY
EVENING
Special   Feature   Film   for  the
Granted.
"Ah," cried the count gallantly aa he
bent low before,tbe American beauty,
"I would 1 was ce glove upon your
hand."
"You may act Id that capacity,
count," she replied graciously. '1 never wear a glove more tban once, und
then I give it to my maid."���Harper's.
Two Unpleasant Habits.
"Isn't It 'orrlblc the way 'obbes drops
'Is basplratesV"
"No more 'nrrld than tb* way he
drops 'Is vowels. I've got 'alf a dozen
Of 'Is 10L"s!"-I.uniloii Mall.
Opinion of Him.
niobbi-Does young Dr. Squills know
much about medicine* aiobbs-Well, 1
should say that what he doesn't know
about medicine would till a morgue.-*
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Opening Days.
"Seven
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Sins"
THREE   REELS.
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Best and Most Comfortable
Theatre in the City���Airy and
cool.
,,    TWO  SHOWS   NIGHTLY
Be^innin? at 7:30.
ADMISSION
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Germans Anti-English.
'' Berlin, Mdy"27.���The depth and
persistency of thfc anti-English feeling
In Germany, which resulted from last
summer's crisis' in Anglo-German
relations, was demonstrated yesterday
by the refusal of the Potsdam hoard
of aldermen to vote funda for the entertainment of the British physicians
who are to attend the convention of
the Royal Institute of public health ln
July. This convention enjoys the
patronage of the highest official
circles in Germany.
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
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TODAY
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Singing and Dancinj Comedian.
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Including a
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FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 5:00, 5:45 and
6:45 a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Sen ice.���Cars   leave
fpr Vancouver   at    6:00,    7;00,
8.'OO,  8:30,   9:00 and  9:30 a.m.
R��gfttlar week day service prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20. 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch Cars leave
B .C. E. R. Co. Btatlon for Vancouver at 5:45, 6:45 and 8:00
a.m.,'with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8: in a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu      Island     Branch,���(To
Vancouver  via    Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. It. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday aervice.-^Flrst' car
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch,��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
at 9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:05 p.m.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY,  MAY 23,  1912.
WCBTM1N8TER    MAIL
Closing:
10:60���Vancouver via  G.  N.  R.
  '....23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
"(dally except Sunday).ll: 15
IS:00���Vanoouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Suuday). 10:00
IS: 00^-Vancou ver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
10:80���Barnston  Islands  arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday,   and   leaves
.   1   Monday,      Wednesday
and Friday    14:00
7:4J>���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday 1.11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. It
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A ceitificate ot indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued    to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless in the meantime a valid    objection    thereto    be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tftles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912
been
neer and City Assessor having
adopted by the Councll.
Notice ls heieby 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 thai unless a . petition
aj.ainst the iioj-osed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
tlie owners of the land or ical property to be assessed or charged ln le-
stect of such works representing at
least one half in value thereof is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from die date of the first publication of this notice tho Council will
proceed with the I-i oposed   improvo-
The person  or persons having    in ! ments under such   terms and   qondi
tlieir custody or possession the follow- '��� l'��ns as to the payment of the costs
ing Title Deeds relating to the said I of BUCla improvements as the Council
pioperty are requestei to deliver thei ma-y may by bylaw in that behalf reg-
(dally except Sunday). 11:151 same to the undersigned. j ulate   and   deteimine   and    alBO   to
Deed, dated. Sth July, 1904, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign),. to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65.   Group   Two
'STORIES
OF   0.   HENRY.
CHURCH  STEEPLES.
45
fr:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Suuday)  ��� 9
16:16���United States via G. N. R.
idally exceDt Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east   and   Eu-
rope    (daily)     8:15
22:43-r-All points east and Europe (daily)   13:15
11:40--Sapperton    and    Fraser
ivlills      (daily      except
Sunday)    8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
ujiIIB      (dally      except
Sunday)  H = ��0
11:40���Co(|iiitlam      Idaily    except   Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central I'��rk, McKay and
Edmonds idflMy except
. Suwjgyi     .,,,,,11,,.-11,51
|0:00���Ladner. ' l-'ori    IW*I.<*��,        i
��,.   ,. Westham   Island. Bu��        i
w��� '.. 77.. rr?'. ��� 777..1 1: 3u
14:00���East Burnaby (daily   ex-
\- cept Sunday   14:30
10:00���Timbanand (Tuesday and
Fridfij)      ..13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
*,i:.\* except Sunday). 14:30
(2), New Westminster Distiict.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
CITY
Local
OF     NEW
Improvement    Notice
Street, Sewer Area.
WESTMINSTER.
Sixth
10:00-
16:45-
- Wood wards
Pliursdny
day)   	
-Vancouver,
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Siiisi street from Clarkson to' Sixth
i^of ���'
Sixth avenue fr?"} Sl::t!i   street  to
make the said assessment.
Dated this 15th   day of Mav, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication  16th May,
1912.
CITY
Local
OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Improvement Notice ��� Fifth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
It is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sew-
I ers and works contingent thereto on
the following Btreets:
Fifth street from Third to Sixth
avenue.
Fifth avenue fiom Fourth to Fifth
stieets.
Fourth avenue fiom Fourth to Fifth
streets.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
V
20-
..10:00
:00
(Tuesday,
and    Satur-
 14:30
iper's    Sld-
< it
..   .. I ***** *.,. .1* l**\ m
({...'A., exoepi 3ii"<luy)..14.2-'
���Cloverd.'.'o and Port Kells
nn. G. ft,  K.   (dally ex-
" cert  Sunday) U:0(,
u 20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thuraday.   Friday   and   Sat-
i>!�� day .    14:0��
11-20���Tvliehead  (Tuesday   nnd
'Friday)       1*:0��
7:40���Burnaby Lake  (dally mt*.
cept ijuuduy ., wO'*
lg'.OO���EdfflMld! (daily except
Sunday)  	
18'10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas.
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)   23
15:16���Crescent, White Hock and
Hlaine     i daily     except
Sunday)   9
15:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Uldge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday     9
11:20���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
LeYimea, Pt ider&Tove, ot-
ter.   Shortreed,   Survey
Centre,C\overduIe,l^\nK-
ley Prairie, Murray vllle.
Strawberry  Hill,  South
Westminster,        Clover
Valley,   Coghlan.    Sardis.    Sperling    Station,
Dennison Station. Brad-
ue:-,    Bellerose, via B.
C.  F-.  It.   Idaily  except
Sunday)   	
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. B. R.
(dally except Sunday).11
11:20���Ahbotsford. Huntingdon,
via H. C. K. it. (daily
except Snnday)   IT
20:4(1���Cloverdale via B.C.E.R.
(daily except Sunday). 17
2:00���Fiaser Arm and Alta
Vista    23
:4t.
Third street.
Fourth street from Sixth avenue to      And V'** sald worlts be carried oul
! fn accoiu'nce with the provisions of
"The Loer.l improvement General Bylaw  1912."    .... ...
AM t-i City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the C5an
cil in accordance with the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the 6tafil
works giving statements showlftt thf
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of rea'
property to be benefited by the said
fforks and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineei
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby givCn that the said
reports are oren tor Inspection at tin
office of the City Assessor, City Hall
Columbia street. New Westminster
D. C, and that unless a f.et;tiQ>
against the proposed works abovt
nien:ioned signed by a majority o'.
the owners' of the land or real propeity to le Ugeseqg or chirged in re-
~'icrl pf BUeli Cirka repve-wotlng at
felfSt 6:e half in value thereof is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from tlie date of the fim publi
cation of t!:is notice the Council wil
proceed with, the proposed improve
merits under such terms anl condi
tiens as to the payment of the cost
of-such improvements as the Ccunei.
may hy by-law in tliat behalf regulnti
and determine ard also to make tin
Bald" assessment.
Dated  this   15th  dav  of   Mav.  1912
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cleuk
Date of flrst publication  lttth May
1912.
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TEACHERS   WANTED.
Wanted. Teachers for all grades in
Public schools, including Principals.
Applicants aie requested to write stating qualifications and salary required
and must t>e prepared to undergo an
examination by the School Medical
Officer if ie piired. Applications to
reach the Secretary's office by noon
of Thursday, Mav lilird.
!.. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary, Board of School Tru-tees.
st-*- Westminster. B. c.
Fifth avenue.
Regina St'?et from Third stieet tc
Fou'rii Btreet.
Fifth avenue tfom Fifth street t:
Sixth street.
Lane 118 feet MWth of Fourth avenue between Fifth aud   Sixth   street.
Blackford street man Sixth   street
to Fifth streets.
Xh'.cl avenue frcm iJlsth street to
Fou.th sheet.
Lancaster street Ortm Sixth stiec.
to Fourth street.
St. George street frc:n Slkth street
to Fourth street.
Liverpool sfciwet fiom Sixth s'.reti
to Fourth street.
Q".eens a*."fij>i>e from Sixth street tc
Fojilh aUMt.
Cunningham street- from Sixth
street to Fourth sti&et.
Agnes street from Sixth street to
Fouith street.
Victoria, s^-eet from Sixth street to
Fourth street.
Carnarvon street from Sixth street
ta Fourth street.
Clarkson street fiom Sixth st.eet
to Church street.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
tha 'Local Improvement Geneiai Bylaw 1012."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor haling reported to the Council in acco: dance with the provisions
or   the    paid    bvlaw   upon    the   snlcl
wot'ks gUlnR statements showing thel
imoun'.s estinv.itci to be chargeable
.uiihist ihe va-, ious   i ortions   of real)
porperty to be benefited  by  tlie said
works and other particulars and the
Baid  reports of the said   City  Engl-i
ncer and City Assessor having   been ;
ad >; ted by tiie Council.
.Notice is hereby givfen that the
said leports aie o; en for inspection
at the otlice of the City Assesor.
City Hall, Columhla stteet. New
Westminster, Ii. c. and that unless a
petition against lhe proposed works
above mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of tlief land or
real property to be assessed or
charged in respect of such works rep-
lesenting at least one half in value
thereof is piesenied to the Council
within fifteen days from the date of
the first publication of this notice
the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements under such
terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Council may by bylaw
in that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make, the said assessment.
Hated this 15th (lav of May. 1912.
Wi A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Hate of first publication Kith May,
1012.    ���
K Promised Visit and thi Drjii Way l\
Was Evaded
Whprever one gnes one bears >i story
nf tbe Inte O. Henry, the writer. l-.lv-
pry one In magazine c.ircles hereabout*
knew blm, une) mest had bad n per-
���onal experience or two. Somehow every story Illuminates thp man. They
are not merely humorous tales, but
through tbem one catches a glimpse of
bis character! % -s. his broad humanity
sr bis generosity or bis love of the city.
Robert 11. Davis, the magazine man. related that on oue occasion be went
��-vlsltlug with O lleury dowu ou Long
Island.
"It was o very bot day." said Davis.
"We had climbed an everlasting hill.
Another greater hill stretched before
us. The sun wns a disk of brass, und
dust und beat und clicking Insects rose
from tbe ground. We sat on u fence to
rest.
"'Is tliere anything else I can show
you?" I a;ked him
������'Tea.' .said Henry, wiping his forehead. 'Show uie a return ticket to
New York.'
"On one occasion be bud promised to
upend the week end with Oilman Hall
St bis country place ln Jersey. Mr.
Unit bad Invited blm several times.
Wbeu Henry dually uccepted Hall gav��
blm the most precise directions.
"Take a 3 oclock train on Friday
sfternoon.' snld Mr. Hall, 'and 1 will
meet you wltb tbe carryall ut the station'
"At 11 o'clock on Friday morning Mr.
Hall was called to tbe telephone In bin
country home. The boy nt the railroad
station droningly iuforniA? him that
tbere waa a telegram fur J|p#j, signed
'O. Henry.'
"'Read It.' commanded Mr. llaJJ,nnd
fjij hoy> sleepy voice buz/.ed over file
wire.
And
"'���v'.,v Vork. ne read, Twenty-third
street.substation. Western Union Telegraph company, IO:.'lO n. m. Addressed,
Oilman Hall. Fur Out. N. .1. Dear
linn-I bave missed the 3 o'clock train.
Signed, O. Hetiry.'
"Neither Henry nor Hall ever referred to (be telegram or tbe evaded visit
In subsequent talks."���New York Letter to Cincinnati  l'mies-star.
tbo     Ancient     Mountain     P.aW
Ghnnaa ot the Storm God.
There  is  .i   tti....rv   wnich   amis the
spile   ot   Hie   .New    Kucintld   aieetims
bouse in the iiioiintiiiii peaks of Ara
bin.
Tracing back the process of evolution, we come Mrst to London, where
tbe clean sweep fll the great bre gave
Sir Christopher Wren nis opportunity
to experiment In steeples, umi then
��eulce, where Hie campanile Is a sbm-
lng example ot n tower beside a
church, nut separate from It. and then
to Alexandria, where the fumous lignt-
bonse on the isle of I'bnron contributed to the religion of Mohuramed both
tbe form und tne name ot tbe minaret
nnd then to tbe tower ot Babel nt
Korslppa und the zikkurats or the
temples ot Habyiouin and ARsyna. a
alkkiirut Is a nunc d'nwirangular muss
of brtck. rising m diminishing stories-
as a child places u mg oioclc on the
floor and puts a smaller one on it and
on that a sniniler utill-and ascended
by a winding bummi-ated stair to a
shrine on top.
This, according to tbe theory, was
tbe rltuni.equivalent of a mountain.
Into tbe flat lands between tbe Tigris
and Euphrates mine tbe ancestors of
the Babylonians'and Assyrians out of
the mountains ot Arabia.    There tbey
hud  worshiped the storm  god.  wbo '
dwelt   upon   tbe   heights   among   tbe
clouds,   with   ulioin  they  communed. I
like Moses, by climbing up and making
tbeir offerings and saying tbeir pray- |
ers  upon  tiie  summit.    And   because I
tbere were uu mountains In tbeir new
country they erected beside every tem-
pie   a   little   moiiutaln   m   tbe   yard, j
Thus the zlkkurni. uud tben tbe mln- i
aret. and then the cutupaulle and then I
tbe   Bteeple   of   tba  purisb   churcn.��� j
George Uodges in Atlantic Magazine,   j
IP1* Hie ft.fe Oid Painting.
Speaking of fake untiques Bnd forged paintings an art amateur said:
"Tbpre is un American who bought
n Raphael In Rome some years ago.
The Italian law prohibits lbe exportation of inasterpieies. and the American
hnd tbe nappy idea or gettms> the
Itaphnel pntnted over. This was oc
rordlngly done. The rare old painting
Touched New Vork In lhe guise ut a
modern auntv scene.
"Tben the re-toier^ under tb? wu'.cb
fnl owner's eye. set to work on It
Wltb a sponge dipped In turpentine be
proceeded to ruli the snow sceue ott.
ftp   s|H>oueii   it   oir   readily,   nut .ne
)>i/ongei| n lift or tlle Raptwel off. too���
uud heboid, iimleinestli the itupliiiei a
portrait or Marconi wus revealyd."���
Wustinigton Star.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ue the south balf of the Northwest
quarter of Section 5, Townsliip 15 (except one half acre thereof) In the dlBtrict of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate ol title no. 4;itiK, issued ln the
name of Catherine OlHer, has been
illed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tbe said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry oTlce, New Westminster, B. C, April 22. V.I12.
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
FOR SALE
LOTS ON   EWEN   AVENUE
LINE OR  INSIDE.
SEE  OUR   LIST
CAR
RISING SUN REALTY CO'Y
Phone 8SS. Room 4, Trapp Block.
CITY
Local     Improvement     Notice ��� First
and   Second   Streets   Storm   Sewer
Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, havinc by resolution, determined and specified tbat lt
is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm Sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Second stieet fiom Royal avenue
to Elgin ftreet.
First street from Royal avenue to
St. Patrick street.
St. Patrick from First to Third
street's.
Fourth   avenue  from  First to Second streets.
Arbutus street.
Emory  street.
Third avenue from First 10 Second
streets.
Queens avenue from First to Third
streets.
Manitoba street,
l'eele street.
Bonson street.
Park Row.
Vancouver street.
Ctianville Btreet.
Roval avenue from Third street to
McBride Boulevard.
Leopold Place.
And that bald works be carried out
In acordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Hylaw 1 Dl C"
And the City Engineer and City Assessor   having  reported  to  the Council in accordance with the piovlsions
of  tbe    said   bylaw   upon   the   snld
works s-'hinu statements showing the'
amounts estimated  to  be   chargeable.
against  the various   portions   of real '
property  to be benefite-l  by the said
works and other particulars and tlie
said  reports of t!ie  said   City  Engi-
Local Improvement Notice���Fcuril
Street Storm Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the Citj
of New Westminster having by res
oiution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the follow-
ing works of laying Main Storm Sew
ers end works contingent thereto or.
the following stieets:
Fouith sdreet from Clarkson street
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth avenue fiom Third to Fourtl.
streets.
Fourth   avenue   from    Second    tc
Fourtli streets.
Oak stieet from  Foutth   to   Flitl
avenues.
Third    avenue    from    Second     tc
Fourth stieets.
Pine street   from Third   to   Fourtl
avenues.
Peaison Etreet and right-of-way,.
Queens    avenue    from    Thiid    tt
Fourth streets.
Royal avenue from Third street tc
Wise ravine. *
Cunningham -street from Merivale
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street frym Merivale streel
to Fourth stieet.
Dickenson street from Merlvak
street to Blackwood street.
Blackwood etreet from D!ckcnsor>
street to Carnarvon street.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale tf
Fourth streets.
And that said works he carried out
In accordance with tlie provision's ol
the "Local Improvement General By
law 1!H 2."
And the City Engineer and Citj
Assessor having repotted to the
Council in accordance vyith the provisions of tlie said bylaw ii| cn the
said woiks givhin statements showing Ihe amounts estimated to be
chargeable against, the various portions of real property to be benefited
by tlie said works and other particu
lars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer an.l City Assessor having been adopted by the Counctl.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
reports aie o.'en for inspection ai
the office of the City Assessor, Citj
Hall, Columbia stieet, New Westminster, B. O, and tliat unless a petition
against tbo proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real propert5
to be assessed or charged In respect
of such works icpresentlng at leasi
one halt In value thereof Is present
ed to the Council wlthip flfteen day!
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed
with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions ns to
the layment of the coat of such Improvements as the Council may by
bylaw ln that behalf regulate and determinate and also to make the said
assessment.
Dated this 15th dav of Mav. 1912
W. A. DHNCAN.
City Clerk
"ite of first publication ICth May
1912. .,. Li.JJLl,
The Dutch at Church.
Men still wear tbeir tints in church
In many pnrts of Holland. Moreover,
smoking in cburcb is not considered
Irreverent by tbe Dutch when service
is not In progress, and tbe ministers
themselves indulge ln tbis practice.
Altogether, according to a r��x-ent visitor, "the Dutchman bas a very comfortable form of religion. Yon keep
your bat on in church and that saves
you many a chill: you talk freely and
In your natural voice, oot In u whisper; you have a neat housemaid In ��
white cup and apron (nnd nothing is
more cleanly and charming than a
Dutch servant inaldi lo show you to
your sent or to offer ynu a chair: you
have nice drab pews of painted deal nil
around you and u cheerful two decker
pulpit nliove."
.^TANGIE? ISLAND. m   \
**.  �����T6*' 1
Whore  tho   People   Do   Without  Jails. '
Lawyers, Horgas and Cow*.
There Is a little Island in Chesapeake
bay.   125   miles   south   of   Baltimore, j
where the  world  bus stood, still  for
more than a  hundred years.    Tangier
Island Is are miles ioug and mucb less
tban a mile wide, nut more tbnn l..r>uo
people live on  lt.    There ts only one
Street)   nine   feet   wide,   without  side- |
walks,   and   the   houses   ure   all   built
nlong this street with narrow cannls of |
lbe  deep   Water  of   the   bay   between
each  two  houses.    There  is only one
cburcb, presided over by a  Methodist
minister,   and   only   one  doctor,   and
there Is no cemetery, tbe dead of each i
family being hurled in Uie yard. There
Is uo newspaper, no Jail, uo lockup and
no   lawyers   nor  any   need   for   tbem. |
Everybody ls deeply religious, and pro
fanlty is punished with u  tine imposed  :
by tbe deucon of Uie church.
The men po  fishing and ernhhinc In  i
snlll.outs   earl.v   on   Moodily    iooiiiIiiks
nml do aul come home until Saturdays.
wtwu   tbey   have   marketed   their  sen ,
harvests   tn   tuwns   on   the   mainland   i
There   are   uo  gardens,   no   horses  or j
cows, but plenty of chickens are rnls- j
ed.     Fuel is supplied to tbe Islanders i
by sloops, which come very month or ,
so  loaded   with   wood  and   anchor off I
Tangier, sending small boats piled with j
rordwood and kindlings to every house i
Oy means ot the little canals.   The wo- j
men wenr sunbonnets and go barefooted,  aud  there  Is  an   organ   In   nearly
every home.   Tangier was tirst settled
b.v   white  people  In   HK'��ii  uud   before
thnt time was occupied by tue Indians.
��� Exchange.
SHIK   CARVING.
'  *n  Art That Went Out With ths Old
Wooden Warships.-
An   aill'osi    foriMtlen   profession   In
Him nt ship currins;     For manv een-
j  turles. down  to Ihe  beguiling iif the
nineteenth, ibe oru'iuneifttitiou or ves-
1 sels. especially men, of war.  was profuse. Intricate an.l llbrul.   l'he curving
on   tbe   United   Stales   line  of   buttle
ship   America,   launched   In   178^  nnd
presented  to   France,   will  jrive *oin��
Idea of the extent to which this wus
carried.
The figurehead wns,a female flgura
crowned with laurel , representing
America. The right arm wus raised',
pointing to heaven. Ou lbe left arm
was a buckler wltb a blue ground carrying thirteen stars. On^ ibe siern of,
the sblp under the cabin windows ap-.
peared two large figures "In bas-relief
representing "Tyranny" and "Oppression" bound and bleeding on tbe
ground. On the hack of tbe starboard
quarter was n large figure of "Mars."
On the highest part of the stern appeared "Wisdom" and above ber bead
an owl.
i'blludelphln furnished not only tbe
greatest sblp designer in tbe United
States, but also the best sblp carver tn
the,world. William Rush. In this fleld
be was without a rival, and to a wonderful technical skill be added nn artistic sense ot beauty and genius for
composition.
He wns tbe flrst carver to give an
Idea or life and motion to a ahlp's fig-
urebead. Rncb of bis figureheads was
either tbe lifelike representation of a
person or some symbolic conception
expressed in exquisite carving. His
most noted productions were "Nature"
for the Constellation, tbe "Genius of
the Cnlted Stntes" for tbe frigate of
tbat nnme and "The River Ood" for
the East India ship Ganges. These flg.
urebeads were nine feet blgb and
could be removed for repair or In action.-Harper's Weekly.
Slow Development In ths Child.
Remembering that Balziic, Walter
Scott. Daniel Wehsier and Ihe great
educator, l-'roehei. were counted as
dullards In tbeir youth, the Importance
of allowing certain linnds a slow de
telopment Is manifest. A child wlio at
fourteen Is learning numbers mav at
tdrty compose n great epic or discover
ll new element Tbrough klmleigaileir
methods, manual training, physical
nud Industrial exercise, du nel hli ami
military drill, the attention Is urreided.
ttie sliiniherinu mind Is roused, the
wandering will be reealled.-Rbeta
t.'hllde linrr in the Century.
Some Ars So by Nature.
A certain young man. who prided
hlinseir or il tirosi|Ueiiess that lie mis
took for wit. met an eminent, but
loticliy. sculptor al a studio supper.
"So yon re the chap." ue said, on
ixuns lulinduced, "tbat makes mud
leads'/*
"Noi all of them." the sculptor re
Mini, quietly.���\ (mill's Companion.
Speculating snd Gambling.
"Cougrtituiuitotis. old innn. I hear
jou bare heen sheculutluu successful-
y."
"No: I lost money."
"That so? Well, ynn ought to knew
belter tbnn to gamble."-Kansas City
Journal.
A Preference.
Footlights���8o you've seen my Hamlet. Uell. what do you think of It?
t'rtttcni I'rlend-I prererShakespeare's.
Roston   I ranscripL
Still  In ths Future.
Cn��>h'er iciillgblngi-l'ardoii me. I did
not cairn your last name     Ftliei ihlnsh
lugt-l tin vt* n t caught it yel luyself.-
I'leveiinid  Lender.
iiep-.itawv is scioud tbBOceoce.-
fiullUIU.
Barring ths Evil Spirits.
The Chinese ueiieve Unit evil spirit*
are able to move only lu straight lines
and tnat tbey cannot penetrate tiinmgh
solid matter: therefore the problem of
keeping ttieni out of a dwelling or u
garden seems to ihem a simple matter
Un passing through tbe entrance ot the
ordinary middle class home In c'Uinii it
Is necessary to turn to Uie rigbt or left
Itecuuse or a tixed screen, the purpose
ot which, according to l'opuhir Mechanics. Is to keep evil spirits out
Likewise Ju��i ut the back ot the entrance lo n walled garden may some-
umes be found another wall erected
tur the same purpose.
A  SARTORIAL  TRAGEDY.
The Lady Accepted a Flower and Lest
Hsr Beautiful Figure.
in London Truth of Marcb 8. 1S77,
Denry Labouchere told tnis story ot a
toilet calamity due to tbe feminine
fashion of those days:
At a dinner party given lately In
Paris one lady was remarked above all
others for tbe elegance of her figure
and the perfection of ber toilet. During the maiivals ipiart d'beure before
dinner sbe was surrounded by a host
of admirers, nud one less bashful than
the rest ventured lo offer her the
flower from bis buttonhole. It was
accepted, but as tbe "princess robe"
worn b.v the graceful creature was
laced behind It was necessary to fasten tbe Bower to tbe front of her
dress with a pin. Tbe operation was
successfully performed, and the fair
lady was led In to dinner b.v tbe dnuor
of the llo wer. Tbey were hardly seated wben be beard a curious soinnl tike
tbe gentle sighing ot the wind, nun ua
tinning toward hls partner he saw
witb horror tbat tbe lovely llgiire was
getting "small by degrees nnd beautifully less." The rounded form had disappeared before the soup wus over,
und long before ^he tirst eutree the
once crenseless garment hung lu great
folds about n scraggy framework: It
seems that tbe uewest dresses for
"slight" ladles are made wltb air tight
linings and inflated until the required
degree of embonpoint la attained, lhe
unfortunate lady mentioned above bad
forgotten this detull wben she fastened
tbe fatal (lower to ber boaoni wltb a
plu; hence tbe collapse.
Lovs Matches.
"I argued uud wrapgied nbout love
mutches witu Mlss Mnrte Corelll une
whole dny in her old fashioned strut-
lord home." said u prominent woiiiun
iiiiign/.ine writer, "but Kbe rather gut
lbe heller of un- at tbe end wltb au
epigram:
" 'She who marries for love." Mis*
Corelll said, 'enters ben ven wttb ner
eyes shut. She wlio uinrrlcs without
luve enter* nell Wltb tbeiu open. "
Mixed Metaphors.
"Jorkln* ecitniLiy did get nil mixed
up winn Miiueliody asked If be hadn't
some   iiiipieasaiit   family   secrets   hid-
lien "
"Wbat dbl be ��nyr*
"lie said lie was rendy to admit his
family. Mini their skeleton tn n closet
nnd would mnke no bones about It either."- Ibiiliiiiure American.
 _���   .
Barilous Companion.
"Now." said the professor ot ����trnn
oinv. who was tryum to i>e entertain-
um "the moid iteiiiitltiii star I Snow
ol  i*'--
���He careful, professor." wotspered
tbe uosless. "the mdv to WlmU) yOll
nre s|s-iiKinit is a pnuiu douua."-
vVasbiiigton Mar.
A City of ths Dead.
Bath, from which city Dickens cap
ried away tbe Immortal unities of I'lck-
wick aud Snodgrass. Holds relics of the
master. Ills tobacco Jar nnd beer Jug
are still piously preserved at tbe Saracen's Head. But. tuougU Dickens wrote
gloriously or Batb, he never really
liked tbe place.
"Lander's ghost goes along tbe silent
streets bere before me," be writes- In
IStiS. ��� ��� ��� "Tbe place looks to imt
like ti cemetery which tbe dead have
succeeded in rising nnd taking. Having built streets of tbeir old gravestones, tbey wander about, scarcely
trying to 'look alive.'   A dead lallure."
Read Only Woman Authors.
Misandry occasionally nas Its uses.
A liiisslnn lndy. Mme. Knlssavoff. wbo
died in IOOI iu St I'etersburg. would
not allow any book written by a man
to enter her bouse. She wns, however,
ii voracious render and wealthy enough
te satisfy ber cravings In this dlrec
tlon Ou ber death ber binary was
found to contain nearly 18.000 volumes.
Ill written by women. Tbis was said
st tbe time to be tbe most extensive
lolleetlou of tbls kind ever formed.
A Closed Mouth.
Man i" n goou ileal i��H** " fl*b     Vou
Know    I He   hslt   would   never   net   Into
.��r>    sertotu   irt.ulile   n    It    Sept    Its
 nib i.:oi
Order  and  faiseUood cannot snbs's*
tftueiuvi.   lurtyi*
Bansal.
The word "bniwal" Is the Japanese
cry of Joy. vlciory or applause. It Is
tbe eiinlviileiii of the Kngiish "liurrnn."
the Freucli "vlve" and the Herman
"ImrU." Tbe word received Its nrst
marked prominence In our purt ot Uie
world during lbe Hmtso-Japanese war.
throughout which Historic struggle It
was heard uu many triumphant heids.
Qreat Expectations.
"Your sou appears to Ue a young man
of great eX|teciatloim."
"Yes He puts lii nls spare time writing speeches which he wlll nnve to deliver at tbe laying of cornerstones
when tie becomes president"���Chicago
Kecord-HeruW.
I can't under-
Mean.
"He tried to kiss me.
stand It"
",\eitber can I. dear."
">ou catr'-l'eantona Weekly.
.J- l.a        I      **, ��  *****
���mmmmm
TUESDAY,  MAY 28, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
��v
SPOTSOTTHE SUN
They Indicate the Aging of Our
Orb ot Life and Light.
THE GREAT SOLAR TRAGEDY.
A Grim Play In Whieh the "Star" Is
Fighting For Existence, Haa Absolutely No Chance to Win and Whose
Death Moana tha End of tha World.
Ufa Is n tragedy, the earth n stage,
113*11 und women ibe uctors, tbe "gods"
tbe audience. Some pessimists believe
thai ibis great pluy of l|fe is more
comic than tragic In the oplnlou of tbe
spectators.
However this may be. tliere ls another, vastly greater, tragedy of life at
-which man himself Is un onlooker, although, unforliiiiately, bis own ultimate fate is hound up wltb the denoue-
ment of the piny.
It Is the life drama of lbe solar system. Its chief actor is the sun. and
Jnen are beginning to rub tbeir eyes
and wipe lhe specks from their glasses
as tbey perceive more and more plainly
Indications that the "star" of tbe play
la aging.
The fact is becomlug only too clear
that for blm this is no sport, but real,
deadly tragedy. He Is not acffng a
part, but lighting for life. He cunnot
���win: be can only proloug tlie struggle,
���nml when he falls exhausted the stage,
the I healer, nclors. spectators, pit and
galleries will go wltb blm lu one universal ruin.
t'niil recently we were only troubled
11 little in hillic) by tiie sun sputa It
was evident Unit tbey must cut off
Bome radiation, but the amount appeared to be trilling, nnd tlieir maxima
ore far apart, ten or eleven years. Hut
tiuiv wc are confronted by ti much
more disquiet lng |iliui(oinenon, The sun
appears lo "tluctinitu at Irregular Intervals of several days aud sometimes of
6CVei:il nionlhs."
Here Is lite crux of Ihe whole matter. Winn dues tin- recognition of llie
flirt tbnt the slin is 11 veritable star
lueanV What may it.menu to the earth
���liic.l Its Inhabitants? These questions
Hill hest be answered by couslderlug
Otlier variable slnrs.
Let us take an extreme example
There is in the eousiellatiou ot llie
Whule jl famous variable star known
ns Mirn the Wonderful. In a period
��f about ten nionlhs on Ibe average It
Changes from tbe I bird���soinet lines the
Becond-magnitude 10 about the uintb
ji ml 1 hen back Itgiiln.
That means, iu the extreme, u prob
able difference or between two ami
three hundred limes In tile amount or
'light and neat wbicli lt radiates around
Ji nt nuixlumtu ntnl at iiilniiuiiin.
When It Is faintest It can uot be seen
*1th the naked eye; when tt Is brightest lt ls a conspicuous object. As It
fiules It lurus reddish ill color, and
when it brightens It I.lazes with bill
.Hunt spectroscopic lines.
It Is probably 11 sun at least ns great
ns our sun. nnd It bas recently bpen
fiittlld that Its spectrum resembles In
some striking peculiarities lhe spectra
��f sun spots. ,
Did it ever bnve nny worlds lo light
end nourish'/ If so-think of tbe condition of. those worlds uow.
��� A sun Is like n living organlsm-lt
wears out As It ages il becomes more
oad mure variable. It maintains Itself
nnd Its planets while its radiant power
lasts, but It, cannot do ho forever. It
contractu, flickers, struggle*, fades and
gues out lie lifetime Is million* of
yenrs. but It bus an end.
"Let um account HM a mere nothing."
cried Hossuet ������everything that ends,
for. though we should multiply years
beyond the reach of numliers. yet all
would bu nothing wben the fatal term
Is reacbt>d."-<Jurreit V. Servlss lu Xew
York American.
GOATS AND INSURANCE
���ou'd Hardly Think tha Two Ware Related, but Thay Are.
Everybody knows something about
nsurnnce. Almost everybody carries
mme���life, accident. Ure. fidelity, plate
pluss, partnership, burglary, marine
jr what not���and many occasionally
3nd tbe payment of tbe regularly recurring premiums a heavy tax, bow-
sver greatly tbey may appreciate tne
idvantages of holding tbe policies.
Everybody knows something about
coats, but few would tblnk of asso-
Mating; goats wltb insurance or of acquiring gouts wltb a view to reducing
the amount of their premiums. Yet
1 large contracting tirm In Kansas
City keeps a herd of Augora goats for
ihat very purpose.
The company's yards cover many
icres of ground, and tbe buildings and
ither equipment thereon represent an
Investment of several hundred thou-
land dollars. Wben the yarda were
Bret established the weeds and otber
vegetation on tbe property were con-
ildered by tbe underwriters to be dangerous Ore hazards, so much so that
tbe rates charged were almost prohibitive. It was agreed, however, that
If tbe weeds were kept down the
premiums would be greatly reduced.
But the cost of mowing the weeds
and cutting down tbe undergrowtn
would bave been In Itself no lncoo-
���Ulerable Item In tbe yearly budget.
Ibe company accordingly bought a
Bock of Angora goats and turned tbem
loose ln the extrahazardous yards.
The goats now keep the yards cropped
as close as a mowed lawn and not
:>nly save tbe firm a large amount annually In (ire Insurance premiums, but
thrive so well on the objectionable
vegetation and multiply so abundantly
tbat they have actually returned a considerable protit on the amount of the
company's capital that tbeir purchase
represents.���Detroit Free Press.
ART  EXPERTS.    %*,
Thay Can Judge Old Pewter and China
Ware by tha Feol.
A dealer In antiques IPS* talking
about art experts.
"Take, tor Instance," be said, "an
expert in old pewter. You think perhaps be distinguishes old pewter by
1 the marks���tbe Tudor roses, the mak-
1 er's name, and so forth. Bless your
heart, those murks are continually
forged. No. he distinguishes oid pewter by the feel.
"It ls like tbe china expert He. with
hia eyes closed, wlll distinguish haro
and soft paste china. It's the feet
again���the lingers trained by years ano
years of study till eacb one has a brain
lnit
"Oriental rug experts have a very
subtle sense of rug differences. Sometimes they distinguish a rug by Its
smell���tbe smell of tbe wool and tb*
dyes. This seems incredible till yon
tblnk of the Harris tweed, that Imported cloth that you yourself can distinguish by Its smell���tbe smell whicb
never leaves It ot tbe peat smoke ol
tbe cottiiKe wherein It was woven on a
band loom.
"Wool sorters, a less highly paid
class of experts, can take op a handfm
ot wool and by Its color tell you whether !t came trom Texas, from tbe territories, from England or from Canada.
The soli, you see. gives its own color
to tbe wool."���Exchange.
SAUERKRAUT   EXPLODES.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 854,
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
street, second and fourth Wednesdays, at eight o'clock. 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. Q.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Pnrdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant.     Tel.    R 128.    Room,
Trapp hlock.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
wrfrk specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Pbone 715.
Ham Experts.
In ct-rlnlp wnterllig places of En
Tope men make fortunes In lia in shops
There Is said lo lie such a shop In
Carlsbad, whei* n hian In white gnr-
montn slices lbe letin Prague bum or
the fatter Wcstplmlliu for lbe people
who lire nt tbe springs. It Is said tbat
DOtie tlcre ure really Judges of hum
until they can urgue every morning
outside tbe *lmp for a quarter of au
hour n�� to what breed ot pig Klvcs the
mo-d appetizing slice. At Murlenbnd
the rcpresenintlves of the most exclu
vite circles or society In tbo world
luu-h mi lean bam.���Argonaut.
,   DYNAMITE  ACCIDENTS.
Some of the Stuff May Remain After ���
Charge Is Exploded.
"It Is generally supposed thnt when
n charge ot dynamite has exploded it
is all over-llinl the entire charge tins
been consumed." said a "hard rock"
man who nas worked in mines, ln river
tunnels and otner places wbere high
explosives are used "This supposition.
bOty*ver, Is not correct" lie continued.
"Sometimes particles of dytinnille will
be blown out wltb tbe broken roc'it.
Then It ttecotnes a menace In 1 lie Workmen. It Is n favorite practice of men
Who are waiting or resting ro sit on a
pile of ���muck, as the broken rock is
railed, and to Jnb into It with a pick
itr  11   candlestick   or   some  oilier  sleel
llilng. iiiucli Hie same us 11  Vunlcee wlll   j ���7attft Out rei   the  n-re.-kui.-v t**'isr***t
and tbe loss complete, while ltn> ����Mi��,
Yes,   Indeed,   the   Very   Boat    Klnda
Whan tha Cabbage Ferments.
That German delicacy, sauerkraut ls
made In large quantities In tbls conn- '
try, und tons aud tons ot cabbages are \
shredded   op  lo  supply   tbe  demand.
Tbe Germans stoutly declare tbat all
of their kraut Is strictly handmade aud
tbat  tbe Imported   kind ls  vastly superior to tbe American machine mode
article.   Tbey say that there Is 00 way
to  obtain   ibe   long,  slender   delicate
tendrils of cabbage of which tbe duest
quality nf sauerkraut should be inadtt
otber tban by having It sliced up with
a sharp knlie Ih the hands ot a skilled
workman.     Nevertheless   lbe   greater
part-of the sauerkraut eaten over bere
Is tbe product ot an American labor
saving met nod.
j    Sauerkraut does not look like a particularly    Highly    volatile    substance
! when It appears on a platter alongside
j of n pink pig's knuckle or ae the fonn-
! datlon or groundwork  upep  which is
j placed  ibe piiimp.   brown/frankfnrter
I sausage.     Hut  it  does  frequently  ev
\ plode.   sometimes   with   suttlclMil   vto-
| lence to wreck its container.   This fmp-
j pens  when fermentation sets In.    And
If 11 carload of wiuerkriini u****** iipintr
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, soliciters, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Colombia 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.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY 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 6:22.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
9
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $8,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacliic,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
3ERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. in., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle 10
a. m. and  11 p. idl
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaitm��' 10
a. m. and 6:20 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince- Biv-
pert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   erery Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.rm. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
) ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, Naw Tork, CWcago and Spokane,
D.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaking business transacted. Letters of Credit Iaaued. available with
correspondents In all parts of tke
world.
Savings Bank Dspartmeat���Deposits
received ln sums of fl and upward,
and interest allows! at 8 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over  tl86.000.000.00
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Phone R672.
3. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta. New Weet
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, fiio Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE. WHEALLER. MfQtlARKlE *
MARTIN���Barristers w��d Solicitors .      . ���
Westminster offlces. Rooms 7 and I I Chi^r,n5Z.?^L*e^.-?l
Gulchon block, corner Columbia ant
McKenzie streets; Vancouver' of
flees, Williams bnlldtn-a. 41 Gran'
vllle stieet." F. C Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler. W O McQuarrie. G. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
Wf WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Juet legitimate tailoring.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Eavetrough  Cleaning,
8ewer Connecting,
/Cesspools. Septic Tanks.  Etc.
tvliinlc wliile nc tulk* or tiiuik* ir
llu- sichI tUrtke* one of these hits of
a ynu nni.- Unit litis not Kone tiff. l>e-
i-Htise ihe glycerin In It tins started to
nin or itecniii>e �� fragment of it tins
heen crystallized, tbere will lie an explosion The chance* are tbat not one
uf lbe group of men silting around wilt
et��<-ii|ie Injury.
"Another frequent cause of acci-
den!* Is that sometimes when tbe Uy-
nsuilte explodes and tears out tbe rock
u siu.-ill (piiintlty or It will be left in
lbe iMittom or the drill hole. uniilTecied
by the shock. If the drill hole Hint re-
miilns happens 16 he pointed lu the
right direction h luzy drill milder is
likely 10 Hike ndvnninge or It and tlnrt
bis new hole in die md one In order tu
make a record or saw time. The in-
���Hint hls drill commences to thud ou
the unexploded dynamite It goes off.
The steel is driven back through Hie
barrel of ihe iinicliine. wrecking it nnd
usually killing Hie drill runner Thla
explnlns many mysterious deaths thut
bnve iteeu attributed 10 'missed shots.' "
���New I ork I'rwm.
riMit mid floor ot the mr are likely to
he covered with the pinned cabbage
Inches thick.���New  \ork Sun.
��� Tbe Sign of Equality.
r-.'1 >'! Kf'C'irdc Unreduced the sign
ot pipnilliy Into iilgelM'ti. Recorde was
lb.< lirst Kngiish author who wrote mi
lite siiblei t of ulgcbrii. lu Ills treatise
culled \Vhets1t|iie<if JV.lt te" published
about I.V,". he says: "To iivnlde the
ttfdlon��c r.pctllloii of these word*. Ik
eipiHiiw lo. I will sette. ns I doe often
lu W'irke use. h" pulre of parallel lines
ut une icii/llie, thus: Pf. Ih-ciiiiso uo It
Houses tint be niiire et|tialle."
Just the Other Way.
' 1 suppoxf." ttbiii'rviMl the envious
p-ritoli. "Hint wben you go tu Europe
(lie whn'e contlliolll tl|m up."
"Not nl nil." SMI lhe experienced
Imreler. 'When I go to Kurope I usu-
sir*' lone !�� ilp Ibe Whole continent.4'���
Cn:.-ago Tribune.
An Offset.
'rv.il Mm lend Hint fnreotfiil friend
of w.-ii <]i'> honk lie nuked fnr'f"
��� v.".    unl 1 look cure to borrow his
fllllhre"',!  lln< Hilllle dlty."-Wushlllgton
*llir
Original et Sam Weller,
The original of Sum Wetter wns
Sam or Suiulvel Vale, who wns well
Known ss 11 London comedian who acted III Ihe farce etuleil "llie lfi Mini lug
House' MUD <i||l.��ei|iieiltiy Ht l-ovellt
i.nrden theater. " Miiu �� ale was noted
everywhere fof tu- Wellensinsr sucn
hs "I'lithe 011, hs tlte in.111 si id to HIS
light lioot." "I'm ilnwu 011 you as me
eXtlliirillHliel sunt tu Hie ciitidie.'
"\\ here shilH we nv. as the millet said
10 Hie friugei," and "Let every on*
lake cure uf themselves, as llie dou-
ke) observed; when dancing mining tu*
t-biekvua"   Saiu Vine died ill IM.i,
CUen Monday.
Clean Monday is peculiarly a (Jre-
cmii instil ui iuii it is tiie day tbat ushers In Hie meat l.elitell rnsl lit Athens.
Hild Hie people gu holiday milking IA
eai Lenten rare on tlie hills around the
city, white the shepnerds Mini country
people dance Hie MUClelll I {reek dniceJ
III Hie old temples This praclii'M IS
termed "culling ilia nose ol U>UL"
Earning ��� 8panking.
Host's luuugfi-t - iHiu't 'your shoes
leel very uni-onitorttitile when vou
walk. Mrs. NiiryctieT Min .\uryciit��-
Hetir me. what an extraordinary .pies-
tlon: Why do you onk. cinidf Ho��t's
^otiimest-Oh. only 'cos pa snul tno
othei dav since vou'd com* Into your
iniiney you'd got far too big fot your
emits.- London  telegraph.
Musical Troubles.
Little Haroiti nad Jusi begun the
study ut music nnd n visitor asked
how be *iis getting along.
"All right." be replied, "only I have
trouble wtni ihe sharks and Haps."���
Chicago News.
A  Difficult Problerw.
A countryman, paving been summon
ert to appear hefore the umgisfriHes tttr
not Having a inline on hls cart was ID
due course hrutiglit netore thent The
magistrates asked hlm If he h����l anything Iti say tor nlmself. hm* tte replied lie wits very glad to meet such
wise men. us lie had h dldicitlt tp��es
tlon to ask them, wntch lie could out
solve hiin.self. The quenin>�� was this,
he snld:
The wheels ot the cart b*��k>og to
John. fl*�� iiillWr: lhe hotly ttt the cart
t���� Hie vicar, nnd the old Otmrn inieiin
ing tliXjinrsei lielung tu the. i>ntl. gentlemen. If yuu tell iue what name I'm
to put tin tbe cart I'll buvw M dune 1111
mediately "
The magistrate* dismiss** tbe cas*
-London Taller.
BOAtin    OF    TIUOIS���MEW    WEST
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room. City Hall�� as follows-
Third Friday of each month: quar
terly meeting on- the tUird Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings nn
the third Friday of February. New
members may he proposed and
elected at any monthly er nuarterlv
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
REMOVAL NOTICE
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria  Street.
1 Over Dally  Newa.)
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal    on all
junk, and highest price.
207 and 2<W Front Street.
Phon�� 1*61*,
TRY
TR*
TRY
He Wasn't Using tt
Shortly   liefttre   Senator   Monev   laft
lhe semife he whs advised by 01* pbv
slrlnn to give up smoking    The phy
SiclHIi Happened tip Ht the caplltil one
morning, when he dntptted iitfu the
Mlsslsslpplan's committer room 10 sav
"Howdy * As he entered he unserved
Ihe senator reared Itnck In bis cpair
with tils feel nn the desk and a huge
clgtir in his montli
"Here, senator." he said. "I thougnt
I told von tn tjnlt that."
"Quit what)" asked Mr Money ID
mild surprise.
"Why. quit u��lnc tobacco."
"Ttiliaccit' Whv. ray dear dnetnr, l
sm not using tohaccti I hhi literal?
smoking 11 eluur Senator Bevart^gs
cave uie." - Washington Oor. New
lurk  World.
��������������� s
Shi Sbunntd tb* Mirror.
I.ad\   Alarv   t\ ort ley  Montagu  wrote
truth   Venice y'  the age ol ��l��iy elgllt:
"ll   Is eleven   years  Since   I   Have mh��0
ill)   Bgllie in H  ghi*s.    I *   trtsl   refleo
tioh  1 ��nw there  ��as so Ul-ngreuuie I
resolved lu -pure myself "Uell uiortlf!
I ���-tiiiaiii   tur   Hie   future  snd   slntll   cou
! tllllle  litis te-oltltloll  lo  III)'   lltei end
lu   Indulge  all   pleasing  Hinuseiitents
Hiid moid nil image* that.tftve disgtihf
I is. ii< my opinion   nie hest method .to
attain ur confirm n.aitli."
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cer. 6th aad Columbia
H. Q.NGARDINER.        A. U MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
Mt fc. A.
ARCHITECT"
WESTMINSTER     TR08T      BLOCK.
Phone (61. Bom 778
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Ewtlmatea
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street Phone 934.
n-:>..
Kia:."H
Held.
.Ms a stinill  hi'irlnnlno. but a
iivwiii ixuii ���ux'inr.in.-Beaeuna'
Right In Hie Line.
Mistress-Why, Norah. what are yim
C.nmit on Hint policeman's Uuee'f Noiatt
��� Mire. mum. pes u restiu' mef-Lou-
dou  I'll-Hits. - 	
Discovered.
Mm New 1 vnen 1 tblnk eon sre too
menu tur siiytliihtt! Mr. Newiywed-
Whafs up itttwlf tir*- .N^wivwed-
Yon used t�� sav you would die tur iue.
mid I've Just found oat tbnt yoa
haven't any life insurauce.���fbiladei-
I -111 it (lectin!.
AH That Passed.
"I hear ye had words wltb Casey."
M\Ve hnd no words "
"Then noililfiu passed hetween yer
"Nut hi nu   uui  uue  brick."-Kansas
City .lotiitmi.
LAND    REGISTRY  , ACT.
Re Lot 4 or Lot 9. Block 36, in tbe
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 10412A, Issued in the name of Christopher
Brown, bas been filed In tbls office.
Notice is heteby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate, unless in tbe meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. 8. RK1TH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 11, 1912.
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen.'��f Salt Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
ON GMONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Melnnia Sfc. City.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER. 8. C.
raiephona A  US   Office:   Princess Sl
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Eveiy
Description Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFPICa���TPAM  DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C,
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Eatlmataa niveau
211 Sixth Avenue. Phene SS7
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
.701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
!
The msn who stands In bis own Hunt
iniAiriiifn the whole world Is dark.���
Vent Unities.
There Is no connection    whatever
between the City Dye Works and tbe
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sfd.)    Q. F. BALDWIN,
346 Columbia Street.
Spring lamb, Beef,
Poik Mutton, and Veal
AT THK
The Continuous .
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THINS
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENOER8 IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A OOOY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 37a
CAPITAL  ..
REST	
 $4,600,000
 $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.
.    BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
1 Westminster daily trews
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TUESDAY,  MAY 23,  1912.
JSHSIIMIIISV
Screen j^orm Adjustable
Screen Windows and
Wire Cloth
���SOLD BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B.&.M. FISH
Red Salmdii] Vl' oi whole, per Ib. 10c
Bliceil,  i lbs. for   :*c
Fresh Halibut, 3 lbs. for   -^c
Fresh Cod. % or whole, per lb. ...be
Point G.cy Herring, 4 lbs 26c
Royal Stur'geqi'. ?�����' ���� 15C
537 Front St.  -   Phone 301
OF SUCCESS IS FORESIGHT. ARE
YOU PnifESlfiHTEP ENOUGH TO
INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS
THKUCGU AjBCfDEOT TO YOUIl-
SBJKF, YOUR E M Pl.t IY EES, OR
YOUR LIVESTOCK. BETTER COME
IN AND CONSULT ME. I Hri-X'IAL-
1ZE ON INSl'UANCli.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster,
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
w
RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
.Mr. A. \V. McLeod bas returned to
the city from a business trip up tbe
line.
Mlss K. Reid has returned to her
home at 51 Royal avenue, from Victoria college, Toronto, where .she has
been studying.
The lumber mill at Sullivan, on th'e
B. C. E. R. Cliilliwack line, has begun
operations, and is now in full blast
cutting large quantities of railroad
ties.
Mr3. F. W. Howay rnd her daughter
are spending a few days at Harrison
Hot Springs. Mrs. A. W. McLeod and
Miss I. Cross spent tlie past week end
at the Springs.
East month saw the creation of a
record In the civic water department.
There weie fi6 services laid, 12 more
than have ever been put ln during
any previous month.
Tbe fire committee has been grant-
ed an extension of time ln which to
arrange with tlte Fiaser Mills concerning the use of the Senator Jansen
at any lire in the city when her ser
vk es may be needed.
Provincial Constable E. M. Drown,
of this city, returned yesterday from
Abbotsford, where he had been relieving Constable Falkner diring hi*
absence on duty up the line near
1'ale, iu connection with the strike.
How about your garden ? Ring up
pbone L184 and get Tidy, the florist,
to (|��ote you prices on the best stocl
that Is grown in tbe country. The-
make a specialty of banging baskets
and window boxes. ���*
The boatd of trade meeting will be
hnld on Thursday evening next. The
agricultural convention will meet on'
t*-e afternoon of the same day, be-
einn'ng at 1:30 o'clock.
('ream puffffs, charlotte rouche
king cream cakes and butter cakes
on your way up to the circus, at the
Eighth Stteet Bakery. Telephone
281. Don't forget to call and see oui
window. **
Representatives of South Vancou
ver, Burnaby, Richmond anl Point
Gtey municipal councils anl boards of
trat'o will meet in Eburne on Wednesday week, to discuss the deeren
Ing imp ovements to he made alonp
tlte Not th Arm of the Fraser.
Tbe use cf the counctl chamber o'
the ('it Hall upon the evening of
Tuesday, .Mine -I. was last night
urnnti 1 lv-- tlie fundi to the l'nited
Service Club for the purpose of bold
in;; a meeting of all the service men
in .\>'v Westminster and f'istrict, anc'
explaining there ihe bSlecls or tht
'���\ub and ot the National Reserve
movement.
Mr. Lamont the operator who I ok
the moving pictures on Mav Day was
at the lacrosse match on Friday. He
Itated that the May Day films had
���timed oni very satisfactorily. Ar.
rangements are being made to have
these Bhown thla week, probably on
Friday or Saturday, and it is also
.''eel that Home of the lacrosse
match pictures may be available also.
There was a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends at tbe
funeral of Mrs, Elizabeth Gilchrist,
which took place yester lay afternoon
in the Oddfellows' Cemetery. Set-
dees were held both at tlie home and
at Ht. Andrew's Prsbyterian church,
where Rev. J. S. Henderson officiated.,
The pallbearers weie Messrs. J. B
Kennedy, ,T. Mahoney, A. W. Gray, W.
K. Mci.eod, N. Brown und L. Guard-
house.
The publicity commissioner announcer, that among the tecent arrivals in Westminster wbo have been
induced to stay here is Dr. H. W.
lakeman, who has opened an office lr
the Thomson block on Columbia
ftieet. Thl3 gentleman Is a veterin
ary surgeon, who has taken post
graduate courses in Europe and Am
erica. The farmers and bre-cde; s oi
the Fraser valley. sayB tbe commis
sloner, wlll be glad to know that toll
city posses!*: s a man of Dt. Jakeman"
tiuallllcations In veterinary science.
Surrey street, SapreMnn, Is to be
cleared In order to meet tbe wlshei
of ibe Burnab) council.
A sielal meetlii'; of the council
will lie held on Wednesday at lit a.m
to me?t Mr. Kenna, an English llnan
rial gentleman, who has some pio
nosals to put before the council relti
the to iuture disposal of lion:1s.
Burnaby will in fui we be Bupplled
with water from Westminster mains
Burnaby ls to pay H cents per Did cu
ble feet for the water, defray the expense of meter Installations, and the
service will be from tl a. m. to 10 p.m.
Westminster having the right to cut
it ofl ut any time without notice.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (Kngland).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint    and    Musical
Fo&
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE:
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone -R411?;
OR  MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY fO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION f
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES. RUBBER BRUSHES, MAS8AGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BbXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ' ALMOND CREME, FACE POWDERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table.
H. RYALL
Drupr ist and Optician
Phone 67i      New Westminster.
a gieat bit. It is not intended to put
on a performance every afternoon,
bu: there will be a children's matinee
every Saturday afternoon.
A Rural Finaneisr.
Boggs bad managed to ditch his car
snd. after bailing a passing farmer,
tried to arrange a dicker for help.
"Why ya-as. .brother." said tbe farmer, bringing his team to a standstill.
"I'll help ye.nat Le's see what It'll
come to���one day's use o' the team.
({*,"-
"One day?" retorted Boggs. " 'Tlsn't
going to take you a day to haul that
amclilno out. Is it?"
"Why. no," returueil the farmer, "but
iirter t git the $."��� I don't vallate to do
uo more work outll tomorrer."���Harper's.
CTjftSM
THIS list contains a few of the many
excellent items offered to make Tuesday a good day for your shopping. The
new goods are plentiful and every price
is as low as Good Buying can make it
RECORD SALE
OF MILLINERY
$5.50
Values Regular to $15*00
' For one final sweep of our entire stock of Ready-to-Wear Milliner}' for Tuesday's selling. There are many
((pretty exclusive models ln the showing; a style and shade to suit every fancy. Come and see these
wonderful bargains.   They are sure to meet with your approval at, each    *     $5.50
Ne Idolatry There.
"I hope you aro not bringing np
vour children' to worship money'.
Hawkins." said Dubblelgh.
"No. Indeed." elgbed Hawkins.
"Why. Imbb. my children despise
money so much that tbe miuute a dollar comes,their wny they get rid of lt
bs fust as tbey can."���Hariier'a.
Obvious.
"I guess. Mr. Sboogsand." said the
observant customer to hls grocer,
"that you never took musk- lesson*."
"1 never did.   WhyT
"Ob. I thought maybe If you bad
yon might be more correct In your
scales."��� Browning's Magazine.
Values for a Busy
Day in the Mantle
Section
A SUIT SENSATION   WITH   PERSONAL   APPLICATION.
For women and misses, fancy tweeds, Venetians
and worsteds. In light, fawns, greys, browns, bin?,
etc., mostly all silk lined. These Suits are worth
from $15 to 120. To reluce stock we offer these
handsome Suits at this very temarkable price. A
big bargain at    $8.25
LINGERIE     AND IMPORTED MUSLIN DRESSES
FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS
Ono  piece   Dresses,   '���ith   Dutrh   or  high   collars,
outlined   *'ith dainty lace or embroidery.    Sleeves
are set In aad shoit.  Skirts are graceful and have
he laieed waist line.    Values 54.50 up to $10.00
NEW   LINGERIE     AND    TAILORED     BLOU8ES.
A delightful C'ou?e (f flne Muslin. Dalnt'ly em-
hrohlered and lace t immed. ;\ew sleeve who
High or lo.v neck. SUoi I!-' to 10. Stieeial. .S1.25
**���*��� Tailored' Blouse of fine linen finishei cotton.
Strlctiy p;aln. others with mec'lorn n'n.l fine tucks.
Soft ruffs, ec ft or laundered collate. Sizes 34 to
14.    Special,  each   $1-50
Clearing of Gitls'
Pretty Wash
Dresses, $1.25
If yon have daughters who can use a Wash
Dress or two, don't fall to investigate this special
sale we have ortanged for Tuesday. The newest
Ne* York styles In chambrays, ginghams and fine
percale: litt'e French and one piece styles; ttlm-
mlngs of contrasting goods or embroidery. Very
dainty. Sizes fitting ages 3 to 7 years. Tuesday
each $1.25
���GLOVES AND HOSIERY FOR SUMMER USE
Women's fine Lisle Gloves, two dome fasteners:
Self points; perfect fitting. In white black and
all summer shades. Sizes ii to 7ty. Tuesday special, per pair. 35c
Women's Pure Silk Gloves, 14 button length, with
two spring fasteners. Lxtra heavy silk, ln shades
of tan, champagne, navy, gtey, black and white.
Value3 worth $1.25.   Tucs.lay, per pair  $1.00
WOMEN'S   HOSE.
Finest   o Ufl lit y  gauze  lisle,' In   plain,  embroidered.
or l\ce ankl?*, with  high   split ed  foot,  deep   garter
top.    Kcnl   fashioned.    Si/es  XVi   to   10.    Special.
per pair  .50;
Serio Comic.
"Apii ao this Is the end." ssld the
hero as he bent over the form of the
dying heroine, while tbe orchestra
play^ ��***��<* ����u",c- "Tbank heaven
for thiif^ (ttdalmed a pathetic voice
from the gallery .-London Tit-Bits.
There la very little Influence where
thpre la not areat sympathy.
SELECTING   GERMANS  TO
COMPETE   AT  STOCKHOLM
�� Leiosich. May 27.���The fl"?t prelim
tnaries to select Germany's repiesen-
tatives for the Olympic games were
contested yesterday in cold weather
which greatly hampered the athletes.
Tbe events were:
Discus, shot put, high Jump, running broad jump, 100, 400, 1500 meter
and 10 kilometer runs.
The Olympic figures were not ap
proached except ln the 100 meters,
which Korn, of Munich, wen ln 11 1-10
seconds.
The high jump was won by Leirche
with 5 feet 10% inches; 400 meters,
Burlowitz, 5.1 seconds; 10 kilometers,
Vletz.1 33 minutes, 45 1-10 seconds.
This is a new German record.
The     other     performances    were
mediocre.    The shot    put    measure!
i only 37 feet 2 6-8 Inches,    and    the
'discus throw 122 feet 2 3-5 Inches.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
80SE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
See Our Window
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia 8L
New Westmlnater, EC.
MOVING   PICTURES   TO
START   AT   OPERA   HOUSE
Starting next Wednesday evening,
.Vanager Tidy of the Opera House,
will open u;> moving plit'jres. He pro
poses to run two Knows an evening,
slatting at balf pasl seven. He ls go
ing to run the independent pictures
having made arrangements with tbe
Gaumont Company of C'anda, Ltd., to
take their service, Ile has engaged
Mr, .lohn Rushton to provide hlm with
an orchestra consisting of ten pieces,
The new Powers moving pictine
machine tbat has been installc 1 in
the Opera House, lias been given a
thorough tryout, and has proved satisfactory. One greal feature that
wlll be In favor of the Opera House
will be its coolness durin,? the Mint
mer season. Tlte opening feature film
that Mi. Tidy will show Is entitled
"The Seven Cardial Sins." Tills bas
been shown in Victoria, were It made
LAND)
���gauss
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Uurnaby acreage Is getting srar:e and ll*e most good
things is In pretty strong demand. It won't be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver wlll have been subdivided into lots and then tbe fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Eivc Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Uurnaby Lake tram line, is about the
last piece Of acreage left at a reasonable price, llutnaby Lake property ls selling at from $3000 per acre and up. We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
Do Not Waste Money
*f
Sav* a little systematically, for It la the stuff that th* foun
datlooa of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be uaed ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   te
needed now aud to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until It Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 92,000,000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. UEWAR, General Managsr D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
SIGNET RINGS
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SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN '%��&*
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Acclde it, Employers' Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance. . '
Builders and Contractors
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.  _
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills nt Vancouver, New Westminster and Crescent Valley,  B. C.
Lulu Isiand
In City Limits
**��m***Mm**w*w*M*��**i*wt**************M******.Ma^^^mm*mmm**m*Mm^m*Mwma**m**m****m
Four and a half acres, all cleared, under-drjlnsd and planted' in
potatoes and small fruit; new six roomed house; large barn, chicken
houses and other buildings. City water In house and barn. This Is
below market value.   See us at once.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster

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