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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 77.
LARGE SAVING
OF CITY MONEY
NKW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C..   WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 5. 11112.
Will Sell Bonds Direct to Lon-
don Thus Avoiding Commission-
Mayer Lee to Finish Arrangements���
Sails Tor England Next Month���
Calgary Conference.
DECIDE ON ANNUAL
CITIZENS EXCURSION
SOLDIERS AND
will
On or after July 14, this city
be represented    in    London    by    no
less a personage than Mayor Lee.
It  was decided yesterday that  the
financial  interests  of  the city   could
be  looked  after ln  a  better manner
tljan by one of the various fiscal companies operating   in    the   Dominion.
These companies    handle    city    and
municipal    debentures    satisfactorily,
but when the deals are completed, it
is   na'.'urallv  found   that    the    same
have been oi considerable expense to
the elty.     Hereafter    the    city    will
handle  its   bonds  through, a  London
bonding house, which has   no   Canadian agents, anl therefore, the city's
agent.  Mayor Lee,   will  leave in  the
near future to complete ar angements
for the larje issue    which    will    be
placed  before  the electorate of    the
city within    the    next    month,    and
which   it   is     confidentially     thought
vill be sanctlcnei by the vote of the
people.
Mr. Kenna's Trip.
Some time agov the city council
authorized I.Mr. A. L. Kenna, of Vancouver, who was polng to England, to
make In-iulrlej its to the financial
market. As a lesult of his trip
cne of the large bonding bouses, with
offices in Lon Ion, will handle the Issues, thus saving the commission
whicli hai litheito heen collected by
fiscal ;i;cnt.-J in Canada.
Mr. Kenas recently icturned from
Kngland and at a rem re ren*" with
members of the city council last
Wednes lav l.e advised ihem to someone sboithl make the trip to I.onJon,
and Hit e comrlet; the uraii-.emtnts
already made by blm.
Mayor  Wlll   Go.
Mayer Lre was thought by all to
he the most logical man for the post,
and he ha? arrnneei to leave for the
motherland early next month, soon
after th? h.-laws to l>e submitted are
voted upon. All helm, well his worship will sai! (torn N"e*> York on ihe
Cunaid liner Lusitania leaving the
American metropolis on July 5.
On his wny eastwards, he will stop
off at Calgary, where a conference
will be held with representatives
from this | rovlnre and the prairie
provinces o�� the question of grain
shipments via the western loute
which will be rendere.l feasible as
soon as the Panama canal ls completed.
Representative      Meeting      Appoints
Standing Committee to Arrange
Details���Place Not Selected.
Thc first meeting of the citizens'
excursion committee was held in the
board of 'trade rooms yesterday evening, when a lepresentative gathering
of citizens discussed the pios and
cons of tho holdir.v of the annual picnic this year, After many views had
heen aired It was decided to hold the
excursion as usual, and Messrs.
Ceorge Blakeley, Walter Gilley, R. A.
McLellan, D. E. (MacKenzie. C. H.
Stuart Wade, C. A. Sutherland, Harris
Turner, Fred Mcintosh. F. P. Maxwell, P. W. Luce. Sid Gregory and S.
r   Davidson were appointed a stand-
RALLY
DUCHE$S LIES        (PROGRESS SLOGAN
PK1CE EIVJiI CBNTa
United  Service  Club Holds
Enthusiastic  Meeting���
Elects Officers-.
IN HOSPITAL
'Westminster Again    Leads Way
Canada," Says Judge Bole-
Quarter* and Concert.
in
Specialist   States That Condition of H. R, H. Is
Serious.
MUSI BE CATCHY
SYNOD Will SETTLE
CATHEDRAL QUESTION
Anglican Synod Promises Interesting
Developments���Clergy Observed
Quiet Day.
The synod of the diocese of New
Westminster opens this morning In
St. Paul's school house, Vancouver,
and promises to be one of the most
Interesting In the recent history ot
the Anglican church in this pait of
British Columbia. The most. Important question to lie discussed Is the
pioposal to change the head of the
diocese and the cathedral from New
Westminster to Vancouver. Bishop
de Pencier has expressed himself as
being In favor of this move, but a
number of clergy and laity aie
strongly Qppose.l to the ptoposed
change. The question will probably
be .decided by the synod.
Yesterday was Quiet Day which always precedes the s; nod and some 25
clergy from various parts of the
diocese gathered at the cathedral
here. Early services were conducted
by the bishop and tector of the
cathedral and breakfast Was served
at St. George's hall by the ladles of.
the Anglican churches of the city.j
Addresses were ghen daring the day
by the Bishop on "Ourselves, Our
Needs," "Our Work," "Our DlfTtcul-
ties" and "Our Helps." Lunch was
also served at. the hall duiing which
time lacey's "Historic Christ" was
read. Interesting and helpful services
were kept up througho-ut tho day.
Among thoee who took part In the
Quiet Day cervices were Revs.
d'Easum, Bay. Hathurst nnd Dunlop
from the clly clinches: Chadwlclc nni
Wiseman from St, Paul's; Hoyle,
Ladner; Gilbert, Surrt"- Cent'o:
Bulkeley and Caffen, Seuth Vancouver; Edge, Coquitlam; L. :*,
Christ church, Vancouver; Kyan.
flcamens' mission; Green. Howe
8ound; and Bcacham and Ven. Archdeacon Pentreath from Vancouver.
New Westminster will likely be
fully represented both by clergy and
lay delegates at the synod In Vancouver today.
ing committee to arrange the details,
this commlitee having power to add
to its number. The chair was occuried by Mr. George Blakeley, and Mr.
P. W, Luce acted as secretary.
A committee consisting of Messrs.
Blakeley. MacKenzie. Luce. Gilley.
Wade and Turner was selected 'to Interview various transportation companies with regard to arrangements
for the hire of a boat for the e>:cu,-
sion. The B. C. E. R. and other transportation companies will also be appi oached.
The general opinion of the meeting appeared to be in favor of having
Ihe picnic either ln Victoria or in
Belllngham, the popular Impression
being that the.e was something lacking In the reception Mven the visitors on the occasion of the first et-.
t.:rg|on lo N'analmo. Mr. Sutherland
explained the reason for this in a
satisfactory manner, speuklng with
fiist hand knowledge, as he was a
resident of Nanaimo a: the time, and
had bten instrumental In b'tnglng the
excursion to that place. He was supported by Mr. Luce, who stated that
whatever the shor;comings of Nanaimo ll\e years a:o, these wo-ul.l not be
icheated this year, Inasmuch as that
ci'y had now awake nel. from its
lethargy and was as progressive as
any on the co:*.s'. In ptoof of this Mr.
Lice re'.-er ed lo the rece;t.'on ri>'en
:o tl'e men', cs of t'l Car.a'ian
I Igliwav acsoeiaijen on ',."ay ?,, .vhen
N: r ���'���!�����o had, at foti*Itlera:>:�� in con
. enlencc. ar;ommociateJ n.c-roivcl ol
ii)0 people, and (!cn? thli to Ills satisfaction of all conte-ned.
Mr. Fred Mcintosh si o\-e in favor
of the picnic being beld in Victoria,
but no action was taken on <bls.
The next meeting; of the committee
was set for Tuesday, June IS.
SOUTHERN LEADER
TO ATTACK CITY
North and South    Combine    Against
Madero���Mexican Capital -
Threatened.
Chichtiahua, Mexico. June 4.���General Pascual Orozco, chief of the
revolution In Northern Mexico, today
formally sanctioned an attack on
Mexico City by Emlliano Zapata,
rebel leader ln the south.
An emissary from Zapata was to
ilary Informed by Orozco that he
would permit the attack on the Mexican capital provided the southern
leader would no:, molest, foreigners
oni could dominate tho situation. The
sending of the envoy to Orozco confirms earlier claims of the lebels in
the north that they are acting ln
unison wltn those in the south
against Piesident Madero.-
One of the most Interesting and it
may be the most memorable of scenes
which e\en the council chamber of
the cltv hall has witnessed was en-
ac:ed last night when some fifty
wanlors met in order to organize
further the United Service club, and
to elect its flrst officers.
The proceedings throughout were
marked by the fereatest enthusiasm,
and among the gathering contrasting
with the blue of the police were two
or thiee scarlet coated members of
the local militia. Naturally the remainder were In civilian dress, but
every man present had worn the uniform of the grea.: queen or of her successors, and fully 80 per cent, of
them we.e veterans of British battles
nli'-o on land and sea.
The lengthy minutes of the past
geneial and executive meetings were
icad and adopted, Mr. L. E. Haines
being In the chnir supportei by the
provisional com mi tea which has carried out the organizing work hitherto,
namely, Messrs. J. W. B. Blackman,
A. Gray. E. Hoult, W. Johnson, J. A.
Mothenvell, F. Webb, and Gt,va\
Wilkie.
Officers  Elected.
The e'ection of officers resulted
thus: Hon. president. Capt. G. Pltten-
drleh; president, Hon. W. Norman
Bole. K.C: first vice-president, Mr.
L. E. Haines; second vlce-pissldent,
Mr. J. W. B. Blackman; committee,
Messrs. G. Corbould, Captain Parr F.
Webb, C. G. Wheeler i-.nl Otway Wilkie: te^elur-. Mr. Hugh Savaae: assistant recretary, Mr. J. A. Mother-
.v-;1';   treasure:,   Mr,  L.   M.   Rlrhard-
JCjI. I
.T .ilttr* Holm tlK'n tools tho chair, and I
I i ii sfusruptartftlv mi. treats snld rtliat
allho'Ws ho was an OTO "hs* tl'
whtfo marching days were over, he
would untenake to do hls bt*t for
the riub. He set the audience roc'.t-
ing with laughter at his statement
hat thoig.i he had never smelled
powder he came from a countty
where he hai four times been under
fire 'in a friendly way." In more
;erio.is vein the speaVei paid a trib
uie to the grand sys'sm of government under whicli we lived in Canada, an.l asserted that ehould the
time eve: come to defend lt, her sons
would not be found wanting.
The National Reserve.
Indisposition Diagnosed as Peritonitis
���Royal  Sufferer Brought to
Montreal.
Moatreal, June 4.���The Duchess of
Connaught, accompanied by the Duke
and the remainder of the royai party
which has been spending a few da; s
In Quebec, arrived here by special
train tonight.
The Duchess, whose indisposition
wais at first attributed to an a:-tack
of appendicitis, but was later .'.lag-
nosed as peritonitis, was hurtled to
the Royal Victoria hospital, and the
rest of the party with the exception
of a few ladies in waiting went to
the lesidence of Lord Strathcona.
Case Is Serious.
Dr. Garrow, who had been summoned to Quebec to attend Her Royal
Highness, announced tho result of the
diagnosis and declare A that the case
was sei ious.
A consultation will be held tomorrow and until its .outcome is known
It is Impossible to state whether an
operation wlll be necessary or not.
In the meantime bulletins on the
condition of the royal sufferer will be
Issued fiom time to .time.
Executive  of Progressive Ascociatio
Is Busy���General  Meeting Called
for   Frityy.
FOUNDER OE CITIES
IS AT PORT MANN
Company   Expends  $30,003   in   Site-
New Hotel Will Open Shortly���
To  Erect  ElJsk.
FIRE AT PORT MANN.
Whole Settlement Was Threatened
with Extermination Yesterday.
Port Munn residents enjoyed the
lively experience j esterday of threatened extermination by flre which
started ln a large pile of stumps and
scorched several nearby buildings
before being extinguished.
So fierce was the blaze -it ono time
that for a space efforts of the whole
settlement seemed futile in attempting to check Its course, but at last it
was overcome. Some l.lea of the
heat may be gained from the fact
that the flag pn the hardware bul d-
ing was scorched.
French   Drink   Bill   Falls.
PaiiB, June 4.��� The statistics published by the citv of Paris during:he
last ten years since the suppression
of the oc.Loi tax on beer and wine
and the Increase of the same tax on
rtrong alcoholic liquors such 4s brandies, eau de We, cognac, and pure alcohol generally, ha\c shown that the
consumption of beer and wine, described ss hygienic drln's, has eon-
si. etably increased; while tliat of
i.'ii:i> alcohol has diminished almost
one-half.
J3efoie the octroi tax wai removed
tlie ave; age quantity or. alcohol consumed by Parlrlans was nsarly el^ht
litres per head ier annum, ani now
the amount hat fallen ter only to it Ii-
tresi per head,
Drunkenness, tt ts assumed; has declined ln equal proportion among the
working population.
Concerning the National Reserve
Julge Bole said that there were now
70 names inscribed on the roll. "It ls
not the first time that the Royal City
has led the way In all Canada with
regaid to achievement," he declaimed.
It. was decided ihat quarters be
located in the Hardman block and
the committee was , empowered to
furnish and equip same. The rooms
will be ready Inside of two weeks
and a g'and Inaugural smoking concert will then be held. There was
no lack of volunteers among the
qualified musicians preeent. Invitations will be sent out to the service
men In the Fraser valley to Join the
movement. many new members
Joined hoth the club and the
National Reserve, and after a vote of
thanks to the mayor and council for
the use of the room, the gathering
dispersed.
STEAMER ALLUVIA SOLD.
In
Goes to Vancouver   to Be    Used
Passenger Service.
The Eternwheeler Alluvia, which
has been plying on the river for some
yeArs. was yesterday sold to Mr. Alvo
vou Alvensleben hy the Westminster
Marine Railway company for a sum
which 1s said to be In the neighborhood of $12,000.
It is the intention of the pu -chasers
to place this boat on the run from
Vancouver up the North Arm of Bur-
isr' Inlet, after tbe Alluvia has been
reft ted as a passenger bo-vi. The
boat will probably go Into dry dock
for a few weeks, as the necessary
changes will take tbat tlmo to complete.
The Alluvia Is one ot the few live!
hoats that has the distinction ot hav-
lng made the run as far as Hope, a
join ney only possible during itbe high
water on the Fraser river.
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��� ���
��� ONE BURGLAFt MADE 4
��� TO HANDCUFF THREE    *
��� Vancouver,    June    4.���Con
��� i rtable lmmlah t-night arrested
��� four burglars who had looted
��� a Granville   Btreet    hardware
��� stoie on Monday   night.   Tho
��� men ha.l cichf J the plun'er In
��� the west end.    Tie constabln
��� tmiled them to this place 3n1
��� at tho r��'nt of the gun fotced
��� one of tue quartette to   hand-
��� cuff the other three.   He then
��� marched them io the Btatlon.
K-Ui*^*,   MMI*l',  enm. ot   . th* /-.
gentlemcu inierasted In tlie big hotel (i
tha; the Northern Hotel Co., Ltd.,    ls M
putting   up  at   Port   Mann,  and   who I
was in the city last night, is authority
ror the statement that the hc.ei will |
be reaijy for business within five or
six days.
That the f.entlemen behind the
company have faith in Port Mann is
evidenced by the fact that they have
expended $.10,000 dollars In the site
which will be partly occupied by the
new hotel. Further than this, Mr.
Manley, In the course of a few days,
will commence the erection of a large
two storey business block covering a
space of 150 foot frontage. There
will be seven stores in the block with
apartments overhead.
Mr. Manley. one of the promotuts
of the Northern Hotel company, Is a
somewhat noted character in British
Columbia, being tiie founder of the
city of Grand Forks, B.C., of which
city he was twice mayor, and afterwards president of the board of trade
He has the distinction of being the
flrst man to drive a wagon over the
Kettle River trail, and also one of the
founders of Coleman, B.C. He was
one of the early pioneers of Alberta,
and generally speaking may be said
to be a man always ln the advance
where settlement and progiess are
concerned. Ho has Implicit faith ln
Port Mann and predicts that In a
few years the city wlll have a population far ln advance even of Westminster.
Mr. A. Patterson wlll be In active
charge of the hotel at Port Mann. He
Is a man who has hod a very huge
experience In the hotel business ln
the weBt, particularly In Alberta,
where he was the pioneer In charge
of what are now some of the largest
hotels In tbat province.
The work   of organizing   the   P:o-
gresslve    association    is    proceeding
rapidly.     The   executive   committee
I held a busy meeting ) esterday aftcr-
' noon in the association's o.l'lccs aad
It was decided to   call    the general
meeting for   next    Friday    evening,
June  7,  at  8 o'clock,  ln  the  council
chamber of the city hall.    The committee entrusted with tho dra.rtn.^ up
of a d:aft constitution had competed
Its work, but owing lo the amount of ,
other business  to be transact-e.I this I
was held over to an adjourned meet-1
int,   which   will   be held  some    time!
before next Friday.
What is to be the slogan of the association 1    That question was raise:!
again and the matier wa3 refetrei t:
a committee consisilng of Mess:s. W
J.   Kerr  and   D.   M.   LsiBou.dais  an.'
the secretary, who wlll consider the
best   ways   of  arriving   at  a  slogan
that, will become a catch word f.om
ocean to ocean.    It is probable that
the  committee  will  decide  on  some
kind  of com; etition,  the association
offering a  piize for the best slogan
submitted,    lf they do this, Westminster no doubt will  be full of ardent
individuals lacking' their brains over
phrases such as "Work for Westminster,"   "We  a-.e   Westminster,"    and
"Freshwater Fraser," In the hopes of
comblniug      alliteration   with      good
sense sufficiently to win the prize.
For the rest it was a very businesslike meeting. Mr. J. W. Cunningham
reported for the publicity committee
:hat owing lo Mr. Myers' resignation,
the committee had decided to hdd
Mr. H. Turner and later others to the
committee and that Mr. Cunningham
had been appointed to be the
chairman. ^^^^_
It was decided to recommenl to
the general meeting tfet the association hold a bi-montblv luncheon be>
ginning on Wednesday, June 19, also
that the Hoyal Bank be the association's lankeis. In future the e.vecu
/live v.i.��: hold weekly nieetincs
/ Tuesday at 6 p.m. sharp.
SURVf YORS' BIU
1$ BIG SHOCK
Burnaby's Share of First Payment In Sewerage Scheme
Is $7,000.
Will
gconn-
of 1911, a
by   the   tben
stating that   Bunia-
r.��w
Introduce By-law to Abolish tin*
Ward System���Result of South
Vancouver's Action.
Edmon.is,   June 4.���Tiie   ccrrerage
question as lt affected  Burnaby wae
bi ought up before the municipal
ell last evening.    In June.
Ittttr  wus    itceived
municipal clerk ___.    ���_.
by's shaie of the total cosi of the preliminary survey of the dealer Vancouver system would bo $400.
Now It appears that a bill has be**
sent In for $7000 as the first payment
of the municipality's share of the
survey, and it was stated that before
the preliminaries are completed the
coet will amount to an additional
$20,000 or $25,000.
Just whether Burnaby will enter-
the lai;est bill remains to be
Councillor McDonald, who wns
present at the last meeting ot the
Burrard sewerage scheme, gave his
views of the situation, snd asked tor
the opinion of the counciL
Reeve Weart said he was surprised
at this recent feature cf Mas. deal, nnd
pi om ised that he would attend the
next meeting of the committee bo
that he could feet in touch with conditions now prevailing. He waa in
favor of the scheme for sewerage for
the whole of the peninsula, and if
he thought Burnaby would benefit,
then he would favor any movem: nt to
enter Into the matter in company
with Vancouver, Point Grey
South Vancouver.
For Road
tain
and
grqssian ast
AGAIN IN COURT
purposes.
A letter wyj le^d from Hoa.I Sajer-
intendent  McfllW-f, of the provincial
government, dmting that the suns at
*2B.OOO   had   been   **9t iiel.it*.  ror    tbaa
line   of   Uui nml,y   for   thei  laqnw     ot
roaa   tmurovoment.   . .TtMflmtmftSm
explained,   -^^^^^^^^^
of  the
couver
iO.OOO
Sentenced    Men    Seek    to
Wages���Complications of
and  Languages.
Recover
Suits
Loeal Press Celebrates.
Coquitlam, June 4. ��� On Friday
evening the employees of the Coquitlam Star newspaper were the guests
of the company at a very enjoyable
banquet given in honor of the Special
Proaress and Development number of
The Star, which was Issued recently
The guests of the bouquet were not
eortflncd entiiely to newspaper men.
and several of the municipal dignitaries were present In the rersons of
Reeve Mars and Councillors L, 10
Marmont an.l R. J. C. Atkins. Mr. G.
R. Leigh, Ms. Fionk Pettley and IMr.
Hood were also among the guests.
The following toasts were drunk and
responded to appropriately; "The
King," "Coquitlam," Mr. V. Beabrook,
Reeve James Mars: "The Staff," Mr.
Atkins. Mr. \V., C. Pettet: "The
Ladies." Mr. Alexander Mustart, Mr.
C. Woods: "Tbe Visitors," Mr. C.
Phillips. Mr. Atkins, the toast list
conclude!, a Jons program of songs
and musical numbers* look un th�� i e-
malnder or the evening. "God Save
the Kim?" was sung at the conclusion
of the festivities.
Many Injured,
Clinton, Ufass., JWe 4.���Seven persons, Including two women, were
w<mm?ert In a flghit here toiay be-
twet.*. the police and striking Lancaster mlllweavens. The pollce use.!
their revolveis, while the strikers
hurled bricks and stones at tbe
officers.
The caEe of the Circassians who
several weeks ago forced Mr. Mclntyre to sign a note for $200 and relieve them of their contract for clearing land in Burnaby came up again
yesterday In the county court before I
His Honor Judge Howay.
A few weeks ago the men were
sentence.! to a year's Imprisonment
for Intimidation. They are now bringing suit to lecover the wages due
them. As no one was obtainable who
knew their language and English also
it was necessary to translate hits;
into Russian und then into English.
Mr. Tulk ls api earing for the plaintiffs, Mr. W. C. Brown for the real
estate firm of Copp & Anthony, for
whom the clearing was being done.
Mr. Sweet ls looking after the interests of Mr. Mclntyre.
Messrs. P. Succoff and D. Succoff
were sub-contractors In the work un I
are defendants with the others, and
at the same time are bringing a suit
against Ihe Alberta Financial Corporal Ion. and Mr. F. J. Fields, and
othets.    The case is still going on.
8MITH���SANDERSON WEDDING.
The following account of a wed Mng
of constdeiable local Interest Is from
the Toi onto Star:
One of the prettiest of spring weddings was celebrated on Tbursdsy
evening, May 23, at the residence of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Isabella Sanderson, Sherbrourne street, wben hei
daughter. Mary Louise, was united in
manlage to Mr. Leo M. Smith, B.Sc,
eldest son of J. Carter Smith, Esq., of
New Westminster, B.C.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. E. Sanderson, M.A., uncle of
the bride. Mr. J. Charles Sanderson
gave his slater away, and Mr. j.
Arthur Smith assisted his brother. He
woro a set of rear' studs, a gift f.om
the groom.
Mrs. Sanderson received her
guests and was assisted by Mrs J.
Carter Smith, of New Westminster,
B.C.. mother . of the ercom. Mrs
Smith wore black silk'an.l erab olde-
ed net. Ihe out-of-lown guests included Mrs. J. M. Kenny, of New
Wee!minster MW Clara Cawsev. of
Stratford: Miss Olive and Mr. Percy
Carter, Thorol': Mies B.-Bennington.
cf Oakvllle: Mr. Arthur Smith, o'
A'ontiesl; MrsN Fred Barnet', of
Montreal Mrs. ""llilam Barnett, of
Camrbel^ford, an.l the Rev, J. E. Sanderson, of Howmanrtlle.
After 8'iPi-or waj served, Mr. ahd
Mrs. Smith left for Ottawa and
Montreal, and on their return wlll reside oo ttlverdale avenue.
waa to 'he expObtStTltt Mw
announcement of South Van-
Uiat it would not accept the
from the provincial government, as part payment for the
Westminster-Vancouver road psvvms
scheme. The letter was ordered to
be acknowledge!.
Councillor Madill gave notice that
at the nest, meeting of the council
he would moie the Introduction of a
by-law abolishing the present W��rJ
system In the municipality.
The engineer reported that he had
made arrangements for an additional
SO electric lights to be inoalled
throughout the municipality, makhis
a total of 200 lights in all. Instructions will be sent to the B. C. B. R.
to go ahead with the work wUiout
delay.
Settler* and Roads.
A delegation from tbe residents of
the Schou road    was   present,   and
aired some views regarding the ptoposed boulevardlng of the street   in
question which bad been heM up owing   to   the   residents  protesting the
prohibitive cost of the work.    It is
probable that after the remarks made
by Reeve Weart, the municipality will
be unable to finance the scheme. Owing to the many demanls of the incoming settlers in   opening   np   new
roads, the whole matter will he left
over for a time at least.
The scheme of Messrs. Walker
Bros. & Wllkie, for advertising the
opportunities of the Eraser valley to
Incoming settlers into Vancouver.
was laid before the council aad tamed over to the finance committee.
From the remarks made by tbe reeve
and others of the council, Burnaby in
likely to support such a scheme
financially.
WILL Bf THERE AT
SEATTLE POTUrCH
Westminster and Vancouver Autoate-
bile Clubs Journey Together���
Ladner Roads.
A meeting of the loeal automobile
club was held last night in Cunningham hall. The principal business of
the evening was that et making aria ni emeu ts for the attendance at the
Seattle Potlach duiing tbe second
week in July. In the parade oa one
day durlna tho festival there will be
represen: at ive-i irom Vftncotive:. Victoria and New Westminster. It is
planned to have the Vancouver autoists meet the locals here and all will
then proceej to the Souni C.'ty together.
A resolution was passed to be for-
wuidsd to the Delta council wtth regard to the condition of a MU on the
road to Ladne:. All those who havo
occasion to use the road had sora-v
tbing had to say about tho roadway
at that place, nnd It Is hoped tho
municipality will put it In proper t
dition. WIT
*m r    /YAQATWO   -N
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
Classified Advertising
THE HOME RULEDEBATE
COLLIERS' AMBITIONS.
LITTLE   INTEREST   IS  SHOWN
THE   LENGTHY   SPEECHES.
IN
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One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���TWO   BOYS  TO  LEARN
trade.    Walsh Sash & Door Co.
WANTED���SMALL COOK STOVE;
also tent for sale. Hardwick, Ed-
mopds.
WANTKD���AN
City steam la
1KONER.
indry.
KOYAL
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
near post office. Private family.
Address Box (15 News office.
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRRSSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
Kents' clot hing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED ��� ENGLISHWOMAN DE-
tiies post as housekeeper; thoroughly domes:icated. Mrs. Davis,
215 Regina street.
WANTKD���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. W. Ci. MacQuarrle, 1'J
Albert Crescent.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS.
406 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED MODERN
house on car line. Apply Hardwick,
Edmonds.
FOR RKNT���NICELY FURNISHED
front room, 621 Carnarvon street.
Less Display of Interest Than Was
Ever Shown in Commons In Connection With a Great Political Project
���Presents Remarkable Contrast.
TO RENT ���
and single
avenue.
FURNISHED DOUBLE
bedroom.    1020    Third
FOR RENT���FOUR ROOM SUITE,
all furnished, in Queens Court. Apply  Investors' Investment   Co.
TO RENT ��� TWi�� UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply 324 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 464 Dixon street, off
Harvey, Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 7fi5 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposite Dominion Trust
hlock.    Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitahle for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTKD���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings stieet.
WANTKD���AN OFFICE BOY 1M.MK-
diatcly. Apply Diamond and Coi-
houid, room 1. Lavery hlock.
WANTKD ��� A ROOM WITH TIIE
privilege of practising on Hie piano
one hour evenings, by plain work-
Ingman. I'lease state terms. Ad-
diess Box TT, Daily News office.
tt VNTKD -
Bohemian
depoi.
A WAITRESS,
cafe,    opposite
A1JPL\
C. P. R
MONEY TO LOAN ON RKSIDKN-
tial |i'o;e:ty; lowest current rate.
payable in five years with privilege
of repayment In three: easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columhla stieot.
FOUND.
FOUND���ONE BLACK PIG, ABOUT
nine nionlhs old. Owner can have
same by defraying ex] enses. Apply
G. Gftdy, po.nndheej&r, E Imonds.
London.���No great political project
was ever deuaitu iu the nouae of commons with less uisplay of interest on
the part of the members (and the gea-
eral public than the home rule bill.
Speeches were delivered to a halt
empty house. A few Irish priests were
the only spectators in tne galleries
who appeared particularly concerned
with vvuat was passing on the floor.
A recent oratical performance, in
which Winston.Churchill, who ls rated
as the most brilliant of tbe younger
politicians ln either party, was the
star, received hardly any enthusiasm.
A more remarkable contrast than was
presented by thii exhibition, and the
llerce battleB over tne other two home
rule bills when statesmen like Gladstone, Parnell, Chamberlain and Har-
tington fought bitterly every Inch of
the ground and racial and party passions were stirred to the depths,
could not possibly be conceived.
Ono reason for this Is the present
new system whereby the house of
lords may prolong legislation over a
period of two years, which postpones
the critical stage of the measure. Another l�� the nature of the Conservative opposition to the bill, which, except on the part of the representatives
of Ulster, Is generally lukewarm. Several members complained of the lengti.
of the speeches..    And the    speaker
Poets, M-sician?, Novelists and Clergy
Evolved From Ranks of Miners.
Though the life of n collier is hnrd
and trying, pot a text of the men who
work in the pit? have shown genius
of a high literary snd nrtl��tid order.
Thero ir,  for instance,  David   Win-
BONAR LAW TO VISIT >
CANADA  IN AUTUMN
Montrea], June 4.���Sir Rodoiphe
Forget, M. P., who has just returnel
from Europe, states.that Mr. Bonar
Law, the Unionist leader In the British House of Commons, wlll visit
Canada in August, and deliver a number of speeches on Imperial topics as
eate"Vhe"'fnmoiircoiii"r'r.''.eV o'f Liiii-' affecting the Dominion.    He is anxi-
^^^ ous, Sir Rodoiphe said, to clear away
some misapprehensions suid to exist
in    the    Dominion, especially among
the French-Canadians.
Business    affairs in Great.   Britain
are flourishing, Sir Rodoiphe states.
thousands of Scottish hearts, and j Anyone wlio has an Idea that there
rv foremost | Is anything like decadence in Great
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ montli
and wild j or two and size up the situation.   He
Then have we not Mr. Owen Wat-' wotil.1 get a revelation,
kinson. A.R.C.O.. who is still a work-       The  position  of  the Banque Inter-
ins miner, and cheorilv nursu"s   his   nationale in Paris gives Sir rtodolphc
calling each dav. whilst lie trains the j great satisfaction.   The directors art
arkshiro. Though WinTiite himselU
ean claim kindred with Robert Burns;
in descent, yet his renown ns a poet I
has conic all from his beautiful de-1
scription of Iif: and scenery round j
Glasgow.   'Thess  have endeared  him |
plae-d him nmonest the vei ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of the minor hards of Caledonia stern J Britain  should go over for a
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
FOR 8ALE
FOU SALE���CHEAP FOR l.MMHDI-
ate sale, six loomed house, block
lrom city ear. A. L. N., New Westminster.
FOR   8AL.U���A    PELL   PIANO,   AL-
moel new.    408 Fifth street.
tf'OR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a tour burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 21U Agnes
street, city.
FOR BALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
PRETTY five roomed bungalow with
full sized basement; piped for
furnace; panelled dining 100m;
bath, toiler, etc.; and situated In
desirable locality in the west end, |
for sale at only $2700; $600 cash,
and the balance in 6, 12 and IS
months. Enquire about tiiis at
once.    11 rill be sold in a few days.
TV/O LARGE SIZED LOTS cn Hamilton Btreel close io Sixth street car-
line, 100x150 and all cleared, i'rice
$2300.    Goo J terms.    No.  lo.
i
LARGE LOT ON FIFTH STREET,
all cleared and on tlie widest Btreel
in the city. Price only $1500, one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.    No. 324.
ON FOURTH STREET���Good lot In
flrst-c/oss locality, all cleared <and
in grass; size 52x150. Price $1400,
one-third cash, balance fi, 12 and IS
months.    No. 228.
ON HILL STREET���Two large sized
lots. Price $675 each, one-quarter
cash, C, 12 and 18 months.   No. 355.
ON HIGH SIDE OF TORONTO ST.
Three lops all cleared. Price $800.
ono-qnarter cash, <;, 12 and U
mouths.   No. 29'J.
choir nnd so beautifully plays the
organ in Hie evenings and on Sundays nt Paisy Hill, near Wignn?
M-. Wntkinson is a native of the
village, and got liis education nt tho
school there. H:1 went to vork in th"
pit when little more than a lad, and
his favorite study was music in hll
leisure hours. Devoting himself to
thi.- hc actually passed the examination rather more than a year ago. for
thp diploma of A.R.C.O.. and thus,
amid a shower of congratulations
from even well-known musician",
took liis plllCC as "one ef the best"
connected with the College of Organists.
The colliers have th"ir own novelists, too. Was it not the Chancellor
of the Exchequer himself who wrote
such fl plowing letter to thl." gentleman. Mr. .1o-eph Knifing, when Ihnt
writer published liis second novel,
"Maurice." depicting Welsh Iff0 und
customs? Tlie chancellor said. "Your
hook is ideal; nnd it is a pleasure to
me to weleom ��� tl hook so true to
W lsh life and so very int'-resting."
More than one clergyman lm- actually been ii miner hefore his ability j will glve employment to hunt
in study urged Inm forward into t llil;h]v si<jiic-| men. T,vo
ether and mor.- prominent paths,
Perhaps th* most famous of such
parsons to-day ;- th - Rev. David
I'rydon. late vicar of Holy Island, off
the coast of Northumberland, a gen
among the best French financiers,
and their confidence In the future of
the Institution is unbounded.
Great inteiest is being taken in
Paris in Canadian investments, and a
strong deputation of French capitalists will come to Canada in September, while the British Chamber of
Commeice in Parl3 will also send a
delegation  to  Canada this year.
Sir Rodoiphe was accompanle.l on
hU trip by Mr. Sevigny, M. P., for
Dorchester. At a dinner given to Sir
Rodoiphe in London, Mr. .iavigny delivered a speech In French, and only
two gentlemen could not follow hlm
perfectly, one being from Cana.la. Mr,
Conar Law lcplled ln French ln a
twsnt; -minute   speech.
TENDERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Scaled tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will be
received up to 5 p. m. of Wednesday,
12th of June, 1912, for the erection
-and completion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tipperary, Koyal avenue, New Westminster.
Separate tenders will he received
tor electric lighting and heating and
���ventilating.
Plans  and   specifications     can     ho ,
���obtained on application to the under-
rtgned on receipt of a deposit   of $10
which will he refunded on the return '
-of  plans.     Each  tender  must  be ac- |
���companied     by    an    accepted     hank
���cheque or certificate of deposit  on a
���chartered hank in Canada, made pay- I
able    to    the Secretary of the     New
Westminster School Board, for ii sum
equal to five  I5l per cent, of his tender, which shall be forfeited if    the
party tendering decline  to enter Into
contract  when  called   upon  to  do  BO.
The cheques or certificates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers vvill be   returned to them upon the signing of
the contract,
The lowesl or any tender nut necessarily accepted,
GARDINER A MERCER,
Architects to tho School Trustees,
ttt w Westminster,  U.i'.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing in the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary required to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY  WHITK,
Secretary  Board of School  Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
SEE   our  Subdivision   Advertisement
TWO HOUSES TO RENT ���Both
handy to car line, one $25 |er
month, the other $14 per month.
RURAL SNAP���CO acrec ne.ir H.itIb-
mei a: h acies clea ed small house
and barn: all level, good soili Only
12600; 9800 ci��b, balance spread
o.ci t .vo , ears ;.i ", i er rt ut.
confessed himself bored, and remarked: "I am sure that the house would
rather hear three speeches of twenty
minutes eich than one ol sixty nil'',
utes." ThU wa-s nreived w.'th shcii'.-i
of approval.
The Right Honorable J. E. B. Seal)'
parliamentary secretary of the war office, said that those who doubted tjie
slnceilty of Irish..:en when they declared that they would carry out the
act honorably a?.d fairly were the
same persons who doubted the good
faith of the Boers when the South
African Union act was Introduced.
"You were wrong then," ho addel, addressing the opposition, "and now ad-'
mlt It. Are you going to be so mad
as tl repent your error?"
"The Irish people." he continued
"have ,-hown as a whol�� that thev are
the last people to break their nlprigp
or word and we are right In trusting
the rispcnsl'iti leaders of the gr-?.t
majority of Irishmen."
NOTICE!
TO   Win rn   Tl   May   Concern���Take
notice   that   iny   wile.   Annie   Stephen-
ion, having loft my bed antl board, I
rtia'l not be te*'.>oh*lbla for any debts
ncurred by her from  the date here*
of,
JOHN    CHARLES    STEPHENSON,
Sirawiberry Hill,  P.O.
Date*! April DO, 1912.
QUECNS3CROUCH HOME ��� Two
storey home, elghl rooms; lot nil
i h ared and leady for um len.
$2100;  terms to ur.i.iue.
LOW PHiCED l-IOMC���\'es:t H'.tlc
home, suitable lo:' small family:
handy to car line: lol 50x1":'. all
planted In strawberries nnd small
fruits; s''ed at tear on lane. $2000;
$500 (ash.
Ship Owners and Seamen to Confer
Liverpool ���Committee of the ship
owners and representatives of ti.^ Sat
men's and Firemen's I'nion and the
Transport Works Federal.on have
i greed to hold a joint conference In
May for a discussion of the condition
which led to the rpcenl trouble with
tbe seamen and firemen, In tlte
ineaii'liiie all the mon will return to
the ships
Monday tho Seamen's and Plromon's
I'nion   passed   a   resolution   declaring
that   Its   members   wtiuld     refuse    to
sail oil any vessel unless ,i union offl.
rial was present when the men sign oil
for lhe voyage      A  demand    for    ������ '
dltlonal wages was also made      Li i ���
the otlier  section  of     the     trans*"' ���
workers  federation  declared  th, '   I'i'
union  course was not authorize '  ~   1
that It rtiould not receive the federi;
lion's support
t'emati who is not only known for bin
sol ;ndiil pn roch iul work, but whosu
namo is writ large in the records uf
br-ve <'e-.,'s  wilh  th ' lifeboat.
For the cl rgymun lias oft n made
one of the crew when n man was
short and perishing sailors wer1
ne"din<r help, nnd the Lifvboat Institution has more tbtih or.co given bim
it.; special thanks for hi- bravery on
such occasions. A grand exnniplo nf
the miner at his li-st i- Hie Uev.
David Hrydon. for he will tell you
still that ]\.* has a very warm corner
in his heart for those men with whom
hj one? worked iu the mine.
And then. Councillor Thomas Hall,
mayor of Mtinslield. Nottinghamshire,
who bas been for many years one of
the most reso ct -d members of the
corpontion there. Mr. Hnll is a
Liberal, strong trade unionists, nnd
a Justice of the peace. Yet withal
he ij really a working miner, for lie
acts ns ch ck-weigher at the Pleasley
��� Collier. But no i��nyor of ".-::-.=���'��� 'd
hns ever been mor.' respict <1 by liis
fellows, and few men in tne town
hav: von such a reputation for good
sens", deep sympathy, and hard work
as this excellent specimen of lhe
mintr nt his best.
Far-Famed  Scotland  Yard.
Scotland Yard is the name applied
' *. the building in whicli the London
t>t)llee" liave their headquarters. The
police headquarters building stood
originally at tbe corner of Charing
Cross, in London, and it was called
Scotland Yard because a long time
ago, when Scotland hai Kings of
.ts own. tliere useil to be a palace nt
this same corner of Charing Cms-,
where the Scottish Kings could get
rooms free when they enme down 11
London. After the death of Queen
Elizabeth, the Scutch King James II.
:anie down to London to ne King of
England, and Scotland Yard was no
longer  necessary.
Scotland Yard acquired so much
business tbat it was necessary to
move into a new house about 1800,
This new house was���and still is���on
ti.e Thames embankment. It is n
nuge red brick building nnd look-
,ike a City Hall. It wns nowhere
near the original Scotland Yard, but
the British had grown accustomed I"
the name, and as it had no earthly
eonnecttfnn it was, of course, retained.
The new headquarters were called
N'ew Scotland Yard, wliile the Char
.ng Cross building was still nfeiTOd
to as old Scotland  Yard.
New Marconi Works.
London, June 4.���In vie.v of the International Congress of Wireless
Telegraphy heie this month, great
off oi Is aie being male to complete
the new works of the Marconi Company at ( h-eimsford, Fssex. The
works are to cost over $260,000 anl
e Is of
masts' for
i sending and receiving lorn: distance
messages liave already been ei*ected
i On* is 248 fee: and the other 250 feet
| hiuh. These vvill he eclipsed hy two
'* steel monsters ea-.h 475 feet high.
P'ans fcoutng Bioes.
Lon tlon, June '.. ��� The admiralty
I has I lannc 1 a chain of naval scout-
i itif, bases extending from !)ov?r to as
| far north as the Orkney Ishinls ns a
I sepuel to the t icessful exj��rlments
i with thy water plane at Weymouth n
,'wcck age. Warwick, whicb bas
j ono or the mest impo.tant bases ln
i the North sen, is to he Immediately
I equipped with a naval scouting ma-
i chine, which under��������� :nt BUCceBStul
I tests yesterday. 'I his machine rose
I from th�� water after a run of only
j :!0 yards and descended with the
< greatest josfib'c ease after flights a'-
| considerable altitude.
flt Nfeepawa In 1882. He has long
been held in high repute, not only in
the Neepawa district, bul. throughout
the province and the Dominion. His
home has been a sott of Mecca for
traveling members of the ancient
craft, many of whom have gone out
of their way to vIbU him.
Besides being a deservedly prominent figure in Masonic circles Mr.
Demsey was prominent in Presbyterian circles. He was always a
staunch pillar of the church to which
he belonged and many of the gieat
divines of the communion in the Dominion made it a point to visit, him
and take advantage cf his ripe experience and zeal for the welfare of the
church. Among his close friends
were Rev. Dr. McKay of Formosa,
and Rev. Dr. Robertson, one of the
most noted figures In Presbyterian-
ism.
It had heen the custom of the Masons of Neepawa and sunounding
towns to visit Mr. Fempsey on his
birthday and on other occasions.
Theee visits were more of the nature
of important functions than mere
calls and every opportunity of honoring the veteran craftsman ws taken
advantage of. On the day of his
death members of Masonic lodges
fiom ^Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie,
Gladstone, Brookdale and Mlnnedosa,
had gathered in Neepawa and with
uiemuers of the Neepawa lodge wero
on their way out to visit Mr. Domp-
sey when he died.
Mr. Demrsey was marrlel in Ireland to Ellen Giffin. Mrs. Dempsey
died 12 years ago. To them 12 children were born, nine of whom aie
still alive. These are Mrs. Essery of
Exeter, Oht.; Mrs. Cockburn of Vance, iver; Rebecca, 'Hugh an 1 Robert,
at home; Andrew, la Toronto; John,
In Centralla. Ont; Samuel in Preston. On'., and Patilek of Neepawa.
Thero aie 20 grandchildren and ak
many great-grandchildren.
T-
NOTICE.
otice to Water Consumers.       N
On  Wednesday, Thursday an!  Fri-
dav of t':e  present  week the water
Will   be  tinned  o!T  from   1   p.p.  lo  "
p ra.  In  the  district  lying  north    of
Slrlh a't'tiuc and    west    of T.vclftlf
Et:.:et,  including   Twelfth   ptrect.
A. S. WOOTTON,
Water Suf eilnlendeni.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.     ��
Notice.
The    Statutory    Meeting    of    the
Board    of    License    Commissioners,
will   be held  at  the  Municipal   Hall,
on Wednesday, June 12, 1912, al  10
| o'clock, in the forenoon.
ARTHUR G.  MOORE.
ricrk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, B.C., June l, 1912.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Want T.  C.  R.  Completed.
Monti eai, June 4.���The    coun-ll of
Quebec Board of Trade have adop;e;l
tho fol.'owlng resolution:      "That    a
commute;  lomrosed  of members of
the   council    r.nd William    Pilce, V.
I Cbateauveit, J.  F.  Luistatt,  Sir Oar-
I r.eau,   John  T.   Ross,  O.   E.  Tang ay
and' D. O.  Lcsilcrance, ccnsiler '.!-'.
question   of the   completion   of the
tianscontlnental ~a?l ""..", ItH .'"TZ'^imt.
|(lo;l"?  &"J. eHSvatoi- at'Quebec:    the
i com; letion cf the line from Cu^d *"
Cochrane siimtaneously with the rest
of tho line fiom Cochrane to Winnipeg, and Ps terminals, so that Quebec may l.e in a position to handle
the ti attic as soon as the railway ls
ln operation."
Mr. O. II. Ra'hbuiii i.s i ot emplcyei
hy the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion .Match Co.,
Ltd. The public ' ill kindly take duo
notice of the abov>..
(Signed!
Under wi Iters Domlffl tch Co. L^d
Dominion   Match  Co.,  Ltd.
LAND   REGISTRY
Oldest Mison Dies.
Freemasons all over tho world will
regret to hear of the deatb of John
Demcsey, of Neepawa, .Man., who enjoyed for many years the distinction
of beinrr the ol 'est living member of
the ancient craft. The ^eteran craftsman died last Wednesday, full of
yeara and honored by all who knev
him Mr. Dempsey was In his fl8th
year and ever since his 21st year he
had l>eeii a member of the Masonic
older. Pis connection with Freemasonry, therefore, covered a period
of Tli yeais. a lapse of time ln Itself
In excess of man's allotted span.
Mr. Demnsey was bom ln Antrim
countv, Ireland, In 181R, and cam�� i o
Ontario In 1844.   lie settle! sout.tieast
Re Let 53, Cr:u* T��vo (2), New Westminster  D.st, '-*. j
A eitl icate nf IfluCfeaslble Title td��
the al '��� ������ property wlll ne. ic.ie.| to
Alexnmier Cruickshank on the 20th
day of June. i:>ll'. unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to no in writing bj a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or In any part i hereof.
C. s KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land IteKlstr- Office, New Westminster, B. C. May 13, 1912.
The rerson or persons having    in
their eustodv or possession t! e follow.
lng Title Deeds relating to the Bald
property are requests I to deliver the
6ame to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. Rih July, I"'i. from
the British Columbia Corporation,
LIm'tel. (Foreign1, to Mexander
Crulckshnnk, of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), Nev Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.
Solicitors  for Applicant
ON    COLUMBIA    STREET ��� Eight
s\ ttt kt t-i ti       -ii *t      i    roomed    house   and    lot,    mixl32.
UVVNiiK  Will   COnSlCeiV    W60; one-quarter cash, Wanes 8,
wj-   -i      i   rt     i    r\rv       J! 12 un.l H months.
Highest Cash Offer for
the    following    property, WE8T END    DUY ��� Four    roomed
*,    ,, house, pa tly furnished, with  base-
in   OUlk: I     ment;     lol     47x132,     all     cleaied.
$2100;  one-tiiit 1 (.-ash.    Terms.
"Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot |
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 199, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
INVESTORS'
Ptai
INVESTMENT CO.
Estate and l-Buraiice.
Notary  Pu' lie.
Curtis  Blo-k.  Ne/y  Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 235.       p. o. Eox 777.
G. T. CONSTRUCTION ACTIV".
40,000  Tons  of  U.  S.   Steel   Procurrd
for New Lines.
Rejjlna, Hank.���Acting Premier <��� I-
der has been advised by the Grand
Trunk Kailway company that the oi ;i-
pany has secured 40,000 tons of al 1
from the United States, and that s' el
laying operations will at once be ��� ��������� >.
oeeded  with  on   the   lllKgar-f'a'e ,
Prince Albert, Replna-Moose Jaw, IV.
glna-Boundary and other lines, and,
that upwards of 400 miles will be co-..
pleted this fall In t.lmo to move th s
years crop. 'Mr. Calder Btated to ,\.
W. A. P, representative that In
tlon  the G.  T.   P.,   the  C.  P.  H
0. N.  K. promised    exceptional    	
struction and that present Indication i
were that tho new mileage l^ f-i .
katchewan I his year would break al!
railway construction records for an;
province In Canada.
Made $7,000,000; Dies Poor.
( hidago, ��� Dr.   Peterson,   philanthropist   who   save   uwey   |7,OU0,0
died a poor man, alter ho had amass; .:
a fortune Iu timber.
An  Eyo-2i;inp; Smke.
in India for centurisi Wi'i? extra-
nrrlinarj long-snoutodjvhlp-sniiko Un-.
ki  '.vn t" tl: -  ii .' ves in apt i",
il the (..>'.    , ! their >tury hu-
i.i.-tantlal ���'   li ��� nn I'lnyli.-h nat.
.   .!,  V,hn  was  bitten  in  the eye
ii, ,'   lie  wa-   I.   ii il.iig.    No  harm
��� i :   I, us the hits mily timi; effect
HI ���    ii'.stiiicli.ely.closed    eyelids.
i   i '    ��� snake i- nut veni'iiiMiis, while
the ;   Mited end of the n<i7,/ia i�� soft
ii.i      .inul.'ss.     This   reptile   alway-
���'.l.l,      Ior the face, and will tut lute
iny ���  'ject thrown before it like mo.-t
tun:.
a.i-l
con
Fish  Duricd Alivo,
Urioan lutlg "r mud lish some
ttnins a length uf six feet.   It
, abundant on the Gambia riv-
i there, during the dry reason.
through   August  and  Septem
i ��� (lsh buries itself ill a burrow
mud.  remaining for quite  a
.���nod  in  a dormant condition.
nourished by a larg�� sture ul fat
as  been  collected  in  the  body;
'. :e dry  season  has passed  the
iin   takes   to   tbo   water,    in
,t can  swim  with exceeding
bor. ll
in  t i
I"1U    '
beii.g'
t.iat 1
When
lisu     :
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Jarl-il vv as Scholar.
In tho little village of Upton, In
llerk-li.ie, England, tbe^e is a twelve
year-old boy who has so trained ��
jackdaw that he can take it to schni I
with bim, and the bird will sit up' i
hit il -!< during lessons. None ol tin-
other hoys take any notice ol tlii-
^trance scholar, so -ssed have they yi t
tu ,t.- iiieseucB
I
Scene ttota "lievol...ion
at the Opera   House
Evening, mm
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THE NEWEST STYLE.
Successor  of  the  Famous     Hobble     Skirt.
OUTLAWS DISAPPEAR.
PAGE THREW
DHK8RV SOWN WITH  PANNIKll KFFEOT.
Women wno hulked nt the Hobble
skirt are gnntnlna with scarcely iesn
Intent emotion lit lis successor, the
bunched out pannier skirt.
All sorts or bewildering and astonishing comments nave been uiude b.v
tbe fashion makers about this style.
Home of them say it reminds them ot
tbe pictures or the boillced und pun
nlered skirts worn In Kiisliiiid in the
days nf Queen Kliziibetb.
Us perts s.-iy ihe new skirt corneals
the lilies of Hi,- figure so provouingiji
thut 11 would be luird to Kiiess without
scales within fifty pounds of the ac-
tuul weight of the wearer.
The pannier effect is conservatively
treated In the smart gown Itttwtrntetl,
Which Is of siiiiikc grny sunn meieor.
The bark Jalmi thut forms a shuwl
cape is very unlgilu.
Murderers of Provincial Constable
Still at Large.
Clinton, B. C, June 4.���The forth
week of the hunt for Spintlum and
Paul, the Indian outlaws, closed with
negaiive results. Ncliody knows al
the pieEent moment where these deB-
pera.loe.i are. They have absolute!;
given the slip to the trackers, who
followed thtm so faithfully for the
first three weeks. On Thursday
night they broke into tho cabin of
Charles Turan. 15 miles north of
Clinton, and stoi* a quantity of food
and some dishep. Truan Is the man
who told the officers of iheir whereabouts at the time Constable Kind-
nees was killed, and it is believed
that the murderers went to his llace
to kill him in revenge, but not finding  him  home  lobbed hls cabin.
There has heen a relistritmUon of
constables during tho rast two days.
Cultiis Juck, the tracker of Consfible
Wyatt'a party, says that the outlaws
ihust he In the vicinity of Big Bear
Lake to the northwest of f. lin'on.
Jack ls hunting them with the desperation of a man whose own life will
pay the forfeit if they are not killed
or captured. Wyatt'a rosse cime in
yesterday from the head of Hona-
patte creek, and after two hours' r-st
most of them headed for Elg Bear
Lake.
Chler Fernie and his Kamloons
trackers were at the 8:i-'\1ile House
last night. The- are definitely off the
trail, but tils will he picked lip aealn.
I', ls concede'.!, within a day. There
have been heavy rains anl ball-
stoims recently which obliterated the
moccasin  tracls of   he fleeing men.
After a month of ha:rowing pursuit, during which he has never once
left his pos=e, Chief Fernie is as keen
on ths h rat as the day he started.
The white sel tiers are doine their
best in the way of furnishing inform--
tion and horses, but the Indians, with
one or two exceptions, are absolutely
in sympathy  with the murders: s.
AT    YELLOWHEAD    PASS.
Passive Resistance Methods.
Lowell. Mass., June 4.���Lowell mi!l
manufacturers were preparing tonight for a geneial strive, affecting
many thousands of operatives. Operatives ha\e voted for a general
strike. Piesent Hans are for tbe
j use of different tactics to thoss employed during the stirke of two
months ago. At that time t>i�� ope-a-
tives quit the mills. This time the
leaders say they will erarloy whal
they teim "Passive resistance," reporting us usual and takine their
place at the machines, hut doin~ as
little work as possible.
Summer Celonginji of Net and Lsce.
The simple summer frock or dimity
or  linen   Is   made  distinctive  Hild   mil
of ii,,- ordinary  by  hand made aire*
Borles  nf Ihe t.v|ie  pictured   Here       I lie
lie!,;]   wltb  a   net   trill   li.-i-f ||   net   how
Contractors Bushing Work on C.T.P.
���6000 Men Engaged.
I'Tdmontcn, Alta., June 4.���On tho
construction of the main line of the
Giand Trunk Pacific railway, from
mile 23 west of the summit to mils
6!), there are at worn no fewer than
G0U0 men, blasting the right-of-way
through the mountains, grading ths
track and laying ths tie3 ror the l all-
way. V
Fy July 1, according to the force; st
of the sub-contractors of Foley,
Welch & Stewatt, under whose caie
the whole of the construction program Is being carried out, lhe steel
will be lai.! as la; a3 Tele TajIie
Cache, at mile 53, B. C. Beiore the
road can be completed to this point
the contractors must finish the tunneling from mile 47 to a point som:
2000 ;ardB west. Here is the heaviest work on the wliole grade anl
from 1500 to 2000 men have been engaged for men'ths on the task of
blasting a tunnel through the solid
rock part. This undei taking accomplished, the conti actors will maxe
fast headway.
Tiiioughout the summer months 24
steam shovels will be at wor* in the
valley west of mie 53, building the
way for the roadbed of the Grand
Tiunk Pacific. Sub-contractors who
are now In this city state that the
actual amount of gia.llng done and
the m(Ieurc of sleel laid will at the
close of the piesent season be greater than thc accomplishment of either1
of the two preceding years.
At Resplendent. B. C,   where   the!
steel gangs  laid down their tools at,
ihe end of the active season last fall,,
track-laying  will  commence again  in
less than a week's time.
The statistics of traffli over the !
new road during the past winter aiei
assuming increasing proportions. Material and supplies have been shipped |
into the new terri:ory in British Col-1
umbla since Dec. 1, ccordlng to the i
oficial itcords. Men and teams, and j
the necessaries of life for both, tlm-1
bf r, structural steel, ties, rails, all ]
these have help.e'.l to swell the con-:
sijnmen;s of fieight which have
been sent over the line during the i
winter months. i
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESLIMITED
'We  Furniah  Your  Home Complete.'
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
June, the Mont
rides and Roses
For June Brides this store is ready to equip the
new home from the Kitchen to the Drawing Room
complete Ready to take the burden of setting and
getting all ready to receive the visiting friends. We
have men for that purpose, trained and capable. A
telephone message will bring one to you for consulta-
tion.
Austra'ia   Welcome-   Cadets.
Ottawa,     June     4.���Colonel     Sam
Hughes,  minister of  militia,  has  received  a  rabls   message  from  Minis-!
ter of Militia Pierce of Australia, that j
the cadets of Vancouver who will vl3-'
it Australia will be given a. state welcome by the Commonwealth Government.
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the ie.il property Immediately benefited and tlie pro
portion   in   which   the  assessment   ij made on per foot frontage.
Gifts for the June Bride
This store is filled to overflowing with choice articles suitable
for gifts. Artistic Novelties in
Furniture, sensible articles in
Home Furnishings, appropriate
gifts of Linens, Bedding, Blankets and Home keeping supplies
Blk.     l.ot.     Sub.   ����ii''.
*\iHt*iim*il   Owner.
Front m*e
��� Fleet.
A rat.
COLLAI'. AM) OUKP BET OP V4It LACK.
at the front. This back vlevt Ulna
trnien bow the luce and frill nre cuugtn
wltb a knot of the net ut tbe bacU of
the wuiMt Hue. The collar and ruff*
of all <ner ral bice are finished wltb
plaiting* or point d'esprlt
For Bridge Enthusiasts.
We bave growu iimhI lo having n pad
for the telephone to which a peurll ih
fastened by n dt-xlble chain. New Appears nn Invention that will appeal to
the detracted liostess-n bridge score
With pencil leashed to it
This consist* of u 'leather pad wltb
corners like those used ou a blotter.
under which the bridge tablet Is easily
slipped for frequent removal. At lhe
top of Ibe pad Is a brass or nickel
standard, wllb ohiiln attachment for
the pencil. It 1* so flexible Ihat lh��>
pencil can lie used at uny iimtie. yet
aprlnjjs Into phii* when not needed.
Any one who know* tbe irlck pwiill*
have of Retting lo*t at vrltkul moments wlll appreciate tbls convenient*.
Another useful novelty for n lumli'K*
who entertains much at Curds is a
small silver pencil sharpener. Ibis,
having n ring ut one end. cm t���- at
tacbed to (!>����� pencil Htuudnrd on the
pad to wire scurrying for n knife ot
new pencil wbeu points break ur get
blunted.    	
StyUi In Shoes.
Judging Innn die shoes displayed at
the spring openings, the Cubuu or military bed Is us popular us ever and wlll
be worn on nil invasion* when ll Isn't
discarded In fnwir of the Louis Quiuse.
The bitter is little used for street wear,
although It I* considered lhe sunniest
model for every variety of oveiling
slipper.
The short vninp and the medium
round toe me oui nf lnshl<*i The
modish foot must be dressed In u manner to make It appear long, narrow
und highly arched, and the woman
whose feet ure short nnd chubby must
buy shoes u couple nf sizes ion long,
rftuff out the toes und wenr some sort
of arch supporter lo Increase lbe ap*
parent height of the Instep.
C34:     3    I A.
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Tipperary   Pari;
5|     8    ,S pt VV %
8    [NptStt ft j
Hi &��5iS  pt of ii j
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N pt Qf 3
Corbould, Gordon  K '
Corbould, Gordon  E	
Vidal, .lames II :.'..���
.lohnston.  John  J i
Lynch, Krecl J !
Schaake, Kate  '
City of  New Westminster   	
I!ae.  Jessie   	
Hatt, F. J	
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ft of 5
ti and rest
of 5
7-
8
day,  Alexander 13	
.\Ia\es, Mary Jane  	
Uogers, Mary S	
Gifford, Lucy 8. and Thos. J.
Gordon,  Mary C	
Rand, Arthur E	
Clute, Mary L. R	
Eyles, Benjamin  	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
McNeil, Alexander T	
ClifT.  Ronald  L	
Sinclair,  Jas. \V	
Elly, Catherine Louise M	
McLeod,   Alfred    *.	
Wintemute,   Robt	
ft !!.'!> I'S
131.83!
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65.96
65.97
560.34!
140.00
16.00
52.00
62.00
63.00
63.00
66.00!
62.00
50.00
66.00
66.00
52.80
48.70
26.50J
B2.80J
52.80|
6B.00
6G.00
14.VS
29.95
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
14.35
15.00
14.10
11.40
15.00
15.00
12.00
11.05
6.10
12.00
12.00
15.00
15.00
Our new Dry Goods Depar-
ment offers a splendid variety
of sensible and appropriate
gifts, and any "June Bride'!
may here secure her trouseau
and know that in buying here
she secures the most up-to-
date novelties obtainable as
our stock is so absolutely new
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE'9
f
LEES L(M( T��0
Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
! CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY-
WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
Read, Thos. N. and Gllbt. L I      67.50|     15.35
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A.B.C.
Green,   Mary    |
Smith.  Franklin   	
Madill.  K. William    I
Madill,  H.  William    i
Truman, William H I
Oliver,  Ellznbeth    j
Barnett, .la^  K. H	
Burden,   I. N     |
Young, Murdoch    	
Young,   Peter  H	
Banes, Thos. S	
Boughen,  E. J	
Boughen,  E.  J	
Dunbrack. L. G	
West. Home ft Imp't Co., Ltd. ..
West. Home & Imp't Co., Ltd. ..
West. Home & Imp't Co., Ltd. ..
West. Home & Imp't Co.,'Ltd. ..
Johnston.  Margaret J	
Dolg, Arthur  	
Cslblck. John A	
McKcn/le.  John,  Estute   	
Rees, Richard  	
Broad, Emily  	
Buchanan, S. B	
Peebles.   Peter   	
Cunningham. James   	
Flux, George Henry  	
Lane, William 	
Trapp, Frank H ' I
McMurphy.  P. H I
Murray,  William    I
Shaw, Jas. Pearson  |
Loree, Jns. C I
Loree, Jas. C i
Banton.   Lucy    I
Croll, Jas. A |
Etherington. Arthur E I
Horton, William  I
Croll, Jas. A |
Burnett, Maria  |
69.00
45.50
60.00
84.00
86.00
55.00
52.50
50.00
50.00|
60.00
25.00
25.00
50.00
60.00
61.00
61.00
61.00
51.00
61.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
61.00
122.001
61.001
61.00
15.70
10.35
11.40
19.10
19.55
12.50
11.95
11.40
11.40
11.40
5.70
5.70
11.40
11.40
11.60
11.60
11.60
11.60
11.60
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
13.66
13.66
13.65
6.80
6.80
13.66
13.65
13.65
13.65'
13.65
15.00
16.00
16.00
15.00
13.85
27.70
13.86
13.85
The bridge on the River road near
the Boundary Road ls unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons using it
are hereby notified to go slowly, and
observe caution ln crossing.
All parties using this bridge do so
at their own risk.
By order,
FRED L. MACPHERSON,
Municipal Engineer.
Davies' Cafe
Serve the  best  cottee and  new  laid
eggs for breakfast.    Lunches put up.
Corner Columbia   and   Eighth. Street.
ISSTsand Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
FREE ROOMS
At 358 Hospital Street, near car line,
for laborers while clearing lots in the
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
Second Hand Store
McDONALD & SMITH.
Buy nnd sell new and    second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
00 Mclnnes Street. Phone 1000.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All Work Guaranteed.
641 Front Street.     Near City Market.
1.04
4531.04H103n.4S
Notice ls heieby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
oproslte each lot for one year, and n Court of Revision for the trial of
compl'ilnts and apreals against the assessment so prorosed to be made will
be held on Monday, the 17th day of June. 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
lu the forenoon, at. the Council Chamber, In the City Kail. New Westmln
ster. British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from s^ich Intended assessment must be served upon the Cler1' of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Couit of Reiision.   ���
.    W. A. DUNCAN, Ctty Clerk.
City Hall, 23rd May, 1912.
Date of flrat publication 24th May, 1912.     , .,
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAM.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We' have no hot' air to peddle:
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N, AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Strait
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Wlrelesr and Deep Sea Signalling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
The largest and finest steamers  from Canada.
New S.S. Megantic   New S.S. Laurentic
15,000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orch estra, Electric Heaters, Etc
Sails June 8, July 6, Ang. 3. Jane 22, July 20, July 17
First Class $92.50, Second Class $53.75, Third Class, $32.50.
CNE CLASS (II.) CABIN SERVICE.
Twin 8crew S.S. "TEUTONIC." Twin Screw 8.S. "CANADA."
582 feet long, 18,000 horsepower. 514 feit !onB.    8ai|, june 1tt,
Sal's June 15th, July 13th, Aug. ,        ������..    ...    ....   -.��nn .��a
10th;    $55.00   and    up;    Third Jun* 29th' Jul* 27th> ��50-00 "nd
Class $32.50. up; Third Class $31.25.
All steamera sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec   Embark night be
fore sailing.    No hotel expenses,    no transfer charges.
Company'. Office: 819 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, 8eattle.
V
MANDEVILLE
APARTMENT HOUSE
12th Street and 6th Avenue
STEAM HEATED        ELECTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRIST, Agents
Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
���>.,M*($u
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
WESTMINSTER GAILY NEWS
boat  handling  under  oars  anj  sails I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and some most interesting flights by
_ ...     'i  ��������� ��� , J "'e naval airmen.   The ships chosen |
robltshed    every    morning   except, for  jn8pection  were  the   Orion,   the
-State? by The National Printing and . flagship of Rear-Admiral H. G   King-
Publishing Co., Ltd., at their office,   Hall, the Indomitable, the flagship ot
W  McKenzie  Street,  New   Westmin-   Rear-Admiiai  Sir George Warrender, i
ater, B. C. ^^^^^���~
ROBERT II. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
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Editorial Office    R 99!)
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month.
Westminster  Weekly News  $1   per
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
THE   AIR  AND  THE   ARENA.
The recent death of one of the
Wripht aviators, calls attention to
Ihe fact that man's contioi of the air
is still within narrow limitations. It
is. indeed, wonderful lo look back
upon the strides that have heen made,
and in so doing one cannot hut be
struck by the devoilon anl self-sacrt-
lioc of thojo who during ihe past de
cade, have In the cause of science and
progress of the world, launched their
frail crafts into the silent seas of thc
ether.
But to the practice of aetonadtlos
there is unhappily another and Ids'-
?lorio!:s side . Of late It has become
the custom at public gatherings, festivals and the like to employ airmen to
make thrilling ascents, which are
proclaimed as "death rides" aud in
other similar terms. They ave too
fieijuent!;; death rides In reality. Bu1
that Indefinite mass, 'the public," appears io enjoy beins thrilled, W'e. live
in a nervous age, and as theie It
nothing new tinker lhe. sun this tendency, so patent lo all, may indeed
afford [Owder to the gur.a of those
who would have ns believe that civilization toes in cjcles, and today the
conditions which prevailed during
certain i crlods in th? lives of other
nations tre e\en now heing revealed.
Over the past there is the halo
and romance of the sunset glow of
history. Wc picture the grim scenes
of the Uoman arena with barely a
thought of the attitude, of tlie crowd
towards the so-called sport. The
���"Hall Caesar" is remembered, the
shekels  which
the Falmouth, Captain Edmund
Grant, a representative chip of tho
"City" class of cruisers, and the
Swift, Commander Robert Corbett,
tho largest, speediest, and most costly destroyer In the British Navy. The
Orion was choE-en pai tly no doubt be-j
cause Admiral King-Hall commanded
the Indomitable when King George
came across from Quebec in that vessel in mos, and partly because the
Orion is one of the two most powerful completed battleships in the
world, ths other being the (Monarch,
also in this fleet. King Ceorge's old
association wilh the Indomitable was
probably a reason why she was selected, but the other two vessels are
fully as interesting as nny In the
fleet. It was the Swift, that, in manoeuvres two or throe years ago made
a "record" run of just over 100 miles
in three hours to carry information
when wiieless had broken down.
After' the king returned to the yacht
several exercises were carried out by
two of the submarines, one of the C
and one of the D class. Five of the
latter class have been computed, and
three of them are armed with guns.
The Prime Minister's Interest.
Mr. Asquith and Mr, Churchill also
made a personal Inspection of several of the ships. First of all tho
Prime Minister was taken for a
cruise in the Admiralty yacht Enchantress, and j asset! up itnd down
the waterways hetween the columns
of the tleet. Then, accompanied by
the First Lord, he went on boar.l the
Falmouth and the- Swift, and, like Hie
king, was shown all over the vessel.
A visit was afterwards made to the
Nentiine, Admiral Sir George Calla1:-
han's flagship, and (his vessel was
also Insiected. and finally he went on
hoard a submarine. Mr. Balfour, adding to his experience in the air, made
a submerged trin In a snbmatl i"1. Mr.
Asquith, who returned .to..town during the afternoon, stated, jl am told.
tbat he was much Impressed by all
he had neen, particularly lh: excellent, work done hv the naval airmen,
lie also expressed hi.* regret that thc
weather conditions prevented him
from seeing the gun practice, which
he h^d si e: hilly wished to witness.
ETON   CELEBRATES.
"The Fourth" Preserves Old Traditions at Famous Col'ege. ;
Windsor. Eng., June 4.���Todav the
time honored celebrations of the
Fourth at Eton college were carried
out in the traditional manner. The
picturesque r'ocessicn of boats form-
id as usual the chief attraction in
the laie afternoon, 'lhe thousands of
hoys und their parents flocking to
the river bank to see the oarsmen in
their quaint costumes of a. by-gone
century rowing up and down the
river
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poltl    the  wielder ofl     ���� nifih' a, brilliant display   of fire-
s^s^s^s^s^s^     * .   /works was given on hellows . v��i. the
the trident or net aro forgotten. So it , eishts  once    mor&    appearing    after
may be that a future generation may   their  supp-er   taken   down   -stream   on
think   upon   th,*   Hare-devil   featm     of I the r*tryal grounds  of Windsor cast's.
tt��. airmen  who Srt out.  rather to /    ���- b��J--g���  ^f&^ffe I f
win a pi-.Lance, tban to advance  tbe \ Fourth.     Every   year  the same  ce:e-
cause ot the mastery of the air. I rnony is ;:one through, one of the few
There la nothing wrong    with  the 1 changes  having    been    made    a'lout
pabllc witnessing ascents.    What we   piRhl >"car8  ago;   when    the    supper
, ,   , .   ._ ,.._,.   ...      . place cf the "boats' was moved down
wish to point out is that this  phase   stream instead of an at the kind in-
of acrona-uticB should  be   set  within   vitatian of King Edward the Seventh.
limits   nnd   ordeted   with   mo:e   con- -���	
sldcralion to the fact that the science j     .        Conditions in Belgium.
ia yet in its infancy, an 1 fancy feats
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are _too often paid for in thc coin of
human livoe.
I'dets are true prophets. One of the
most marked teat ures of all that was
written when fust the airships soared untrammelled, was the honor universally irivta Jo Tennyson, whose
ultra vision saw "the nation's airy
armies grappling in the central blue."
Since that time another, and by some
adjudged scarcely less able "dreamer
of dreams," has given us an Insight
into what may be expected when the'
effort* of tliose who aie striving to
tntn the air to- the fullest advantage
to nun. bear hll fruit. We tefer to
Kipling's wonderful story of the
"Night Mail." :
To those who are striving to bring
to actuality these dreams of commercial trnnsrort through the air, there
can be not bin;; but unstinted   praise.
London, June 4.���A general ejection will take place this summer in
Belgium where a state of parliamentary deadlock eUsts beca"se of the
even balancing of the parties. The
democrats "Blot" numbers 80, being
made up of 45 Liberals and Ho Socialists: while tbe clericals, who are
in power, number 8f> memhers of the
representative chamber under the
electoral sybtem which provides for
proportional representation and a
measure of cumulative voting. No violent changes in representation are
looked for but the bloc expects to
make sufficient pains to secure office.
Of the Belgian electorate 981,8fifi persons havo one vote, 378,!ii*>4 two votes,
and 291,517 three voles. The extra
vote is given for property, the two
evtra votes for prope'ty and professional qualifications; thus the third-
class can by Itself almost balance
lhe popular masses.
KING  AND   FLEET.
Recent  Inspection of Ocean  Bulldogs
at   Weymouth,   England.
The Weymouth   correspondent    of
the   i,cmion   Times, writing    under
date of May 8, said:
At balf-past eight this morning the
haze just lifted siifrii end.-,- lo allow
ihe thousands of spectator's a mag-
nificeru view of his Majesty's arrival.
Not only we:o all the ships disclosed
for a time, but from many of thi
nearest |olir4s on land the king could
he seen on the hridge of the yacht
responding lo the homage of the st-a-
men. The spectators were further
gratified by a brief appearance of the
naval fliers, wlio, risin, from the
shore, seated way In the 'distance to
meet lhe Itoyal visitor. The scene
was at once plcl ircajue, edgnlScant,
and full of dignlt-.
It was fortunate  that    tlie   Koyal
yacht fot in* when she    did, for the
ton  became  thicker   than   ever   just
afterwards,    and*   remained    so    for
smno tinif.      lu  fact, all    day theie
hare been drifting hanks of fog passing   tlirour.h   the   anchorago. some
times as tow down as the surface of
tho waier. hut at others about 1000
feet above sen level.   In conserjuense, i
the plans marie for fhe day we'e altered, and  the Jfiitg signified  his Intention not to tuke the fleet to sea
but to crry out. as much as vis nos-
r-ible in tho clrc lms-.arcos of Filday's
{.rogiam.     In   l nr3,uan or-  of  this   ar-
ranfermcut.  Ihe kittt- raid  a  visit  of
inspection to tovr of t'e shi's cf the   t'n
!'oft nnd to " sirhmirhio.���  riq  Mai-   Co
esty alto v.Ma'c.-acd a:i c.vlill.Itlcn of
Woman's Sohere Widens.
Tiie numher of women school doctors and dentists in Germany is prnd
aally increasing, Many towns In
South Germany have lately appointed women to their schools in prefei-
er.ee tn men. whi'e in the Stato
Bchool (linios at Berlin. ('liarlott"n-
burg, and Strassburg women doc:ors
have lieen selected as assistant*. At
the present time the Municipal Council at Hanover 13 debating the question whether to amolpt women us
dentists lo the schcol clinics of that
([ty,
The domestic workers of Germany
have lately held thei. lint oon ventlon in Berlin, The president. Frau��
loin I'lihr, announced that the union
had Increased from IS branches in
1909 to 35 al th:< presenl time and
tha; the memibersMn waa sicadlly in-
������i.:u-. Kra-i Artel-held Ponp, whose
boi ir "The Autobiography of a Working Woman" ha-; been so faf&rably
u-virtfed in F.nglacd, lepreseiu'ed the
Austrian domesU2 workers at th2
convention.
.\ .voman comtnlrsioner has just
heen appointed In the State of Kentucky in the person of Mrs. Mabel
Va;: Dycli Bell. Mrs. Bell has already
served in thc capacity -cf clerk of the
courl and deputy clork. an.1 made
.sueii -. ocd lite of Iter oppoi tunltles
ro: aiquiring a Inowledre of law and
lilirh ion procedure that she received tier present appointment over the
heads of many qualified mm !a vyiers
As commissioner s'ie will act not'
only as trial masistrate but also a;
an OTimining julte with extensive
; owers.
The latest women's! t~ade In Cf-
many jo eome yiid'r the u (flection o:
i Be'ml��~tite haird i t'-e mii'luc'
fti'o    The ''card 'oj  : era in, the
-v'j""-���"! ���-r ii'-rd 1T>- '��� V������( v--^'*
c;ii.i:to:l tlte condition.; and le-
ulafions under which the millinery
ndustry is carried on, and loun 1
tliem far fiom satisfactory, in many
cases the apprentices receiving no
proper instruction. So the trade was
put under the hoards jurisdiction,
and in future learners are to serve
under contract for one year, the nexl
two years they will be Improvers, and
for thrt!3 years moie tliey are tt,
study every branch of their work uu
der the direct supervision of "m.iste.
uiillin rs."
On the Frontier.
Hulbert Fcotner, whose great Canadian sto;y of 'Sex Rivers of the
Noi th," is now running in the The
Outlook, ha 1 some Interesting experiences on the road and on board the
construction train.    Ke says:
"We rode on the uncompromising
wooden seats of an emigrant car, ,and
the train aveiaf.ed exactly seven
miles an hour lor nine hours, but lt
was Impossible to be bor��W. Never
was there a more interesting cat ful,
pioneers for the most part, with their
faces turned toward the fiontier and
radiating an atmosphere of ruefulness. We weie entranced by the
scraps of conversation that teached
our ears, how so-an'-so had succeeded in establishing the old Indian trail
to the headwaters of ihs Big Smoky;
how somebody eise had made a sti ike
in the valley of the Grand Forks. :
remember only ore woman on 'ihe
train, the wife of the stoie:,e<>(er at
Tete Jaune Cache; who had her bn'iy
with her, undoubtedly the . oungest
whiie man in tdie country. She had
a diive of a hundre I and twenty-live
miles through the pass before her.
"We  were reminded anew of *he
advantages   cf   tough   clothes ns
passport on  the  road.    Good cloth"* ;
cut   the   wearer off   from   his   f*il(      |
like  a   wall.      The  more fashi  :���:.  '   [
clad,  Ihe more of an  outcast  ���'"     e-
comes.    But  lei   hlm  pu". on a chevi (
or a ragged habit    and    go into    thel
streeis, and delightful ad\entuies v  Ij
crowd  oil   him.    He   will   h"lin   whit
human fellowship Is.    The worl 1   a,1I j
take him to its heart, initiate him iu-
to i;s    mysteries, and pro-vide   him
with Inexhaustible entertainment."
Palace for Cardinals.
Ilom-i, .Irne 4.���'Ihe pope lias oa
dcred a new [idace built to acroify
mobile the cardinals when ell 1 .::
his successor. The building wl I r*
erected on the site cf the old Italian
Mint, wliich the pope acquired r: d
will adjoin the Sistine Chapel, vharS
the election will he held. It v 111
hnve 260 icorns, besides halls ki 'i-
ens, etc., sufficient for the whole "{
the sacred colleie. <vith a'tenden-".1
doctors anl cooks. The rope's de ��� s-
lon to build a new i alace is the royi 't
of his impression of the had acr-,) i-
modations for the cardinals when 1 o
was elected.
NO   PACIFIC    FLEET.
London   Nows-a.")fr   Say   the   BrlHa'i
���cci-cme  Will   Not  Be  Effected.
London; .lune 4;���The   Dally   iei'.
i-rah h-i's the I'MT^ment reached '
the lm; ei iai defence committee th i ���
years a^o  for a British fleet In tho
Hacilic wilt not be carried out. Tlie
reasons are. tirBt, the renewal of the
Japanese alliance, which secures British Interests in the Far Fai'.: and the
Pacific; and second, the jnexpecte I
pressure of European naval responsibilities.
The Daily Telegraph continues:
"This leaves the Commonwealth with
a fleet unit under that agi eement,
and it must lie admitted that while
thete ships may be ieg;��.rded with
pride by the Commonweal.h, they can
have no immediate warlike purposes
in the Kacitlc. where the British navy
is supreme. These vessels are being
built at the cost of Australians. The
question aiise-s, theiefoie, wheihei
the Commonwealth will follow the
example of Imj-eri.il patriotism set bj
the neighboring dominion of Xe ,\
Zealand and permit other battle cruisers at least to sene in hiiropean
wars With the loyal navy? thus te-
verting to the Oliginal spontaneous
offer of 1009, or whether Australians
will stan 1 hy the letter of the bond
although conditions have changed.
"The Issue." continues the Telegraph, "is complicated by the fact
that owing to the necessary expansion of British siuadrons and riotil-
las iu the North Fea and English
Channel, the admiralty may not he
ahle to spaie eie.vs for thes�� Australian naval vessels if withdrawn
fioin Kurope and without the aid of
the Britisli naval authorities certainly nn oversea bai tie cruiser ieqi:ir-
Ing ne.n ly one. thousand oTlcers and
men could not he rnanne 1. Tho British fleet, is already suffering from a
serious nborlage of personnel. This
overseas developtni nl I ecomes one, of
fpcnlla Interesl and Importance if,
,e ore 1 i a : da Is mepared to
:��� : ! i o l>Btt!o ��� les is as a contr.
1 .'i of Hi: mitro olltan fleets of
t i*    m Ire,"
Romsnt'o   \"lll   t*inr*f.
London, June ���!.���A loinantle. story
rr ,���' ort codicil, on which turns the
di& i tal of a fortune of $r>,Oito,<)(M, is
tin med in nn advertisement ap-
I���soiJug In the newspapers otTerlm, a
iona I of S 10,000 for tho discovery
of t' �� rormtilly execulfd copy. A
ro1:; !. draft of the codicil was found
amo.i .    the papeis    of the late   Sir
i ' "'u ra; Sroit, who persuaded
la ly Wallace to leave the Wallace
riol t- on lo the nation. He left a
t 11 ��� tueitiilng practically his whole
cli f of which the e.act value Is not
. o i t)wu, hut ls estimated at fil,-
11" ,i " . to Lady Sackvllle. If a signed
rrt' i'nesi.ed co y can he found of
lhe- 'ou hly .'rafted codicil the result
Wl I i to dl'erl all the estate except
V't* nomc of a legaay of ��20,000 or
'"��� i-r-n from t.nfi*- Sa"k'-lllr�� t0 Sir
tr*)<*\ -unay Scott's next of kin, F).
"rl"' i Scolt, on whose '^'������.lf the
��� c ard Is oTered, and his three
Ifiolle i and two sisters.
clr    >hn made his will In 1900. The
ru'.'-i is whether he ever carried
file draft codicil further into the fnrri
'" i r ,ular!v attested amendment of
1 Is i'. Since tlm draft of the mdi-
r'- ���; -,. ���-, found a most thorough Benrch
""1 en made In all Hlr John's
1.0....'...      Lureatis   and    desks  havo
been ransacked, safes anl despatch
boxes closely searched, and large
masses of paper connected with lhe
estate which weie In the safe keeping of the testators' hankers, minutely inspected, but so far no completed copy has been found of the fe,v
lines of manuscript that control ihe
fate of a million ttetling. Sir John
spent a considerable pait of his time
abroad, anl It is thoupht possible
that he filled out a draft and left It
tor safe keeping wiih a foreign banner or elsewhere ahroad. The reward,
which is as gieat as was offered for
the denunciation of tlie Bhoenlx Park
murderers In 188:;, vvill he paid when
thc codicil is admitted to probate.
iyiilll
NOTICE!
A general    meeting    of  the    Ne.v
Westminster Prog.essive Association
his been called lor 8 o'eloc'c on the
night of Friday. June 7, in, the Council  Chamber,  City   Hail.     -\   consiltu-1
tlon  wlll  bo adopted  and  the executive committee win submit a teport
etnbo.l;ing its recommendations,   aii
mom!.eis and those  Interested In the
development   of this   city   and   tlie
Fraser Valley are Invited to attend.
K.  MYKUS,
Secretary,
June 4, 191J.
HARRY    TIDY,    Manager.
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BASEBALL.
2*1
21
HO
25
25
.Membership    Now   225���Many   Royal
Citizens  Interested  in  Royal
Anc'ent   Game.
and
���i.
Tlie annual general meeting of the
B, C. Golf Club was held on Monday
evening in the Vancouver Stock Exchange. In the absence of tbe president, Mr. P. R. Hrooks, Mr. C. A.
Worsnop occupied the chair. The diiectors submitted a very satisfactory
statement of the last year's working
of the club, and the auditor's report
was unanimously adopted by the
meeting.
The membership of the club now
Kiinds ai. B20. Kacii member ls a
share holder In lhe club, and tbe sec-
ictary intimated that new applications aro being received every week.
The shares now stand ut $150 each,
ami tbe annual subscription is $25
per year. As the ground was bought
prior to the Coquitlam boom and at
Komctliing like $300 per acre, it will
be seen that ug an Investment alone
tlie holder of a share stands In a very
fortunate position.
The enlarged nine-hole course is
Iieing laid out. unde;' the expert superintendence of Mr. .). A. Gardiner, und
great progress is being made with tbe
work. A now greenkeeper, Mr. Cowan, whose life hus been devoted to
timliar work In the old country, bas
just, been Installed. He hails from
the Skelmorlle Golf Club, Argyle-
shire. Arrangements nre socn to be
mule for the laying out. of the full
18-bule course, and on completion of
tiiis, thera wlll be over six thousand
yards to pluy over.
Those  who htue novo
H.    ('.    Golf    course    at
siiould   iai:e an early  opportunity of
itoing io. II haj a situation second ic
none on the (oast   and for lx
location 1
Northwestern League.
,. Won, Lost
\ ancouver  .. **j     ���>..>
Victoria " ^^^
Portland
Tacoma
Keattl^^^^^^^ _
Spokane   '.'!'21
Yesteiday'a Gamed
At  Victoria���
i'rokuiie   	
Victoria  , '	
Batteries:    Noyes,' Willis'
voat;  Kaufmann and Meek
Ait Vancouver (14 innings)
Vancouver
Portland....'.'	
Batteries
PAGE FIVE
Pet.
.551
.540
.490
.470
.470
.448
R. II.
3    9
��,
 H
6 11    1
md   De
MV *****  *m   '     i rati n���_JLXl
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
It. II. K.
   2 15    4
   1    7    2
_,    Belford and Sepulveda:
Eaatley and Hari is.
At Seattle���
Seattle  	
Tacoma   ,
Batteries:    Thompson
lng;  Melkle and Crittendon
American League.
a. II. E.
��� ��� ��� <i !> 1
... 0 5 2
and    Whal-
Lost.  Pet,
It
16
18
21
21
20
25
30
.080
��� f>.'!2
,618
.512
. 509
.500
ego
-.290
visited  the
Coquitlam,
uty of
unexcelled in tlie province.
There Is a substantial clubhouse with
locker accommodation for the keep,
lng of clubs. Half a dozen small
lio.ite3 have bten erected by the ardent 'evoiees of the game, who
spend t!;p week-end.* theie.
Nt ,v Westminster has but few
member! yet in the club and this to
Vancouver people feenn Ftranpe. The
fou:te is practically ;it the door of
tha City and can le ij.ulic:! within
80 minutes hy train and club bus
J&ywever, a growing Interest in the
royal and ancient sto: I Is noticeable
among bome of the leading citizens
and Mavor Lee and Mr. H. L. Kd-
momls aro among tlie nefi app'loiinls
for rneiiibeivhlp. Mr. .1. A. Motherwell it tbls city, wns elccte 1 to lh��
IxHtrd'nr dl: fetors a:" the annual
ineethiK  Monday last.
Won
Chicago    80
Boston   26
Philadelphia    19
Detroit      28
Washington     22
Cleveland 20
New York    1.1
St.  Louis     12
Yesterday's Games.
At St. Louis-
Washington   	
St.  Louis  	
Batteries:    Johnson and
Powell and  Krlchcll.
At Chicago��� R. H. E
Philadelphia      0    4    2
Chicago     2    3    1
liaitpiles: Morgan and Lapp; Lange
and  Kuhn.
At Detroit��� It. II. B.
New York     1    7    1
Detrclt    11 11    2
Batierles:      Fisher,     Shears    apd
Sweeney:   Works aud  Stallage.
At Cleveland��� '
It. II. 10.
.382
.260
Ainsmit.li;
Hoston.      ^^^^^^^^_____1^i.
I'leulaiil      5
Butteries:      Iledlent,    Clcotte
I'unamakei',    Cairigan;    Grsgs
O'Neill.
8 1
9 0
and
and
National
Lost.
7
17
18
Pel
.810
. 004
. 538
.500
.445
.440
.333
5      .324
R. H. E
Amateurs to Practice.
The New Westminster Senior Ama-
trtir iaciosse team will hold a *or\-
out ai Moodv siuure commencing ai
fi:30 this evening. Alev. Turnbull, the
old war horse of the seniors for many
years, wlll atten.l the irac:Ice and
put tbe boys through their paces. All
players are requested to attend. The
team will he much stronger for the
fortbccmliyg janie with the V. A. C.
lhan when lr defeated Victo:lj
last Sat ii. day. The home wlll be
strengthened by the Inclusion of Elmer Wat wick who, although out of
the game for a couple of years, is
coming back stronper than ever this
.season.
League
Won.
New  York      :tl
Cincinnati    26
Chicago  21
Pittsburg 18      19
Bt   Louis      20      25
PM!adol.-hla    16     30
Pos: on 14     2S
Brooklyn   U     25
Yesterday's Games.
At New York���
St. Louis  ^^^^^^^^^
New  York    14 14    ,r
Batteriea; Willisi Wo'>''xrn Gcyer
end Wlngo: Ames, Wiltse and
Meyers, l.'nrtiev.
At Philadelphia��� / U. rt. E
Pittsburg   4 is   i1
Philadelphia      : 17 17    t
I:-.inm:. a: O'Toole, Cole aad limlly: J
Hrenxiuii  Miirl   l^ocln.
i��l Boston��� It. II. K
Chicago     2    5    1
Boston      1    R    8
Batteries: Cheney and Needham.
Archer:  Tyler and Kling.
At  Brooklyn��� R. H. E.
Cincinnati    2   8   (
Biookl n    0   5    1
Balte-ics: Humphreys ��.n' Mo>
I<ean; Ragon, Ylngllng and Miller,
Erwln.
As Others See Us.
"Same old story out beyoni the
Rockies. "Newsy Lalonde and Jim-
mie GifTord required pollce and medical attention after the opening match,
Victoria Day, and police court cases
may follow. Donald Cameroh dislocated bis shoulder bone, and will be
out of the game for some time. Both
the Spring boys and McGregor were
out down, and spectators likewise
mlxel It up."���Toronto News.
"'Newsy* Lalonde was so badl-
usod up at the Vancouve--Westminster giine on Saturday that he is un-
ablo to urn o it for practice. Don
Camoion ls also out of tht: game for
a time. These two players appear to
be geUing a great reception fiom
their friends in the west uron their
teturn to the British Columbia
League."���Ottawa Journal.
Out in Edmonton a member of the
Calgary nine who were playing In
that citv nttemptel to emulate Ty
Cobb's feat and wsrllop a spectator,
who was worrying hlm. But. unlike
Ty. he limited out a good, healthy
specimen ancl, moi cover, v. man who
was 'mown ns a bover with a local
reputation. A* a result the player
pot tbe llc'lng. Sometimes It down't
do to emulate feats of the ;;reat.
The Svedos appear to havo rome
flne athletes, and *1U ha'e to he
closely WM'^he.1 ln the remind Olympiad at Stockholm. In their Olvmplc
trials the other day rt Stockholm G
Wilson thiew the discus 143 feet 3
Inches. Martin Sherldm, the Amerl
tfan evpeit. made 13'! feet 1-3 inc'> a1
the-Olymrlc meet a! Athens In IPOfv
which record stood until tho Swe.llsh
champion's throw. However, lt wss
beaten last week by .'ames H. Di:n-
can of Ne-w York. wvo hurled ihe
Grecian s orllng Implemert 15i; feel
1 Inch. This looks as lf the YanVees
had the discus e-.ent cinched at the
coming Olympiad.
Maple Lea's Win O-i^.
The Maple Ix?af�� celebrate] their
Inclusion In tho Cltv Baseball league
by defeating the .Moose team 'ast
evening on ths Queens1 rark oval to
the tune of 11-7. It wa3 a. pitchers'
battle for the II:st 'wo innings, when
the Mo->se battery took a flight from
which they did nol descend until the
contest was irretrievable. Captain
Herb Ryall, of the Balmorals, was an
In ereste 1 sjectator at the game and
after seeing the m alit of ball dish"
*d out by the Sons of P. A. P., he
Uaued a call for a re-ruler practice
which takes place this evening. Herb
ts sure some ball artist and Is determined to take the Moose aggregation
into camp on Friday evening when
the two teams clash.
They're in Luck.
Manager Hugh ,'ennlnirs, of the De-
t-oit Americans, aa s that anv man
who cannot see a sa'a-v of at least
$3000 s year ahead of. him In o:ganl-
rerl *all sho'.id s:ny o-it of it. And
yet, ho.v many men make $3000 a
vc-r? Not fo very rr.any In fropor.
Mun to those who 'on't. Ani a great
many of the ball tlaverg couid not
ma'ce anytblnsr like fSOQO i T��IX In
���ni' other business, to say nothing of
having such an easy lite, for a professional ball pla\er does have an
easy life. Of couise, as the Tlee:
manager points out, a plavor slows
up In ten years at the outside, an!
then must retire, hut lt he has no'
wasted the money he eair.s he has a
t o~d sp' lngs account, and ln the mn-1
jority of cases, \ ffct hei'th, even ,
thouch he eat ned less than the
$3000N j
Tor Henley Re?a'.ta.
London, June 4.���The following are
Two   Profusions  Won't Connect.
rVTanarCr Bo'.vlv Wallnc". of the St.
Louis B'ownB, Is one athlete who believes   t'at   hallplftifers   should   stay |
out of the  ll'erary   field.    Sir  fiode*
rick  think a  the two    profefslona do
not mix and says    the ball    p ln>-er J *
should attend to hVl ilaylng and let
tbo baseball iwilHirs  attend  to their1
o��m branch of the soort.     .Th\i   Is1!
whiit Wallace en a on th'* matter:      i
"I do nol believe that (he ball play-1
w, no niutto- ho v gm-irt, can write
Kt'-e'-all rnv better t'pn prorMns'
wiltcrs ern llav the rame. It looks
to mc llie t.vo dlTerent l'.iii'ls of husl-
ncrs. I 1 now '.bat when yft'i are on
thy flelAyou ran rc<* the game from,
rn entlioly ""eient nng!�� than you
do of the field. At" bo*, w^en one
pia*. er itt-rniti to n'ltletr�� the w'e
the colonial and forel"n Ponley no-j of anptl'.er he Is brutd to bum'i into
ceptnnres: Gru-d Challenae cup, fotihle. You ktio.v the brscball
Argoiiu'itr, Toronio, nnd Sydney, N. .wiiser?, ns a renernl rule, are very
S. W.; Dlimoii,: .-..-ills. E. ll. Butler,' f-ir |0 a| mem'rr-i ct a team and the
of To-onto. Horodynsll of France, piiyeis appreciate tha fact, but the
Kusik, ot Russia, McA'i'ly. of Tns- *\%vtit who st'cmits to ptis-i upon the
mania. Slrlgalli, or Italy, VeeMaman, work of another player ls likely to
of Belgium, an.l Wrobel, of France.    ' Ee.t himself Into hot  water.   We had
some line examples of that not many
months ago. As for me, I'm off that
stuff. Ball playing la my business,
not writing, and yoa couldn't hire me
to get out of my cm lino.
Looks Good.
The names of the men who will represent Canada at the Olympic are
In���that is, the names of those who [
aspire to represent Canada, for the
ones v.ho fail to qualify at the- Montreal and Toronto (rials will have
tlieir entries cancelled by cable. The
Swedish officials have ruled that
each country send in their entrirs,
whether tlie trials have been held or
not, with the right to withdraw by
cable.
The Canadian entry list looks
formidable, although ewcefuily weak
in some departments. With Coikery.
Cotter, Richards, Fabre an 1 Chandler
In the Marathon, there 13 a good
chance that the big racs ma. be
won for Canada. In the sprints, since
Bobby Kerr went down grade the.:e
have been few men of promise. McConnell, of Vancouver, who di 1 the
hundred ln 10 seconds. looks to have
a good chance. In walking, Gonlilins
shojld win out, and in some of the
other events Canada lias a
chance of success.
Progress   Is   Slow.
The
ie pay cf the BMtisii sailor has
increBed from 38 cents a day In 1852
to 40 cents per day In 1912, a .lump of
two cents In sixty years. What can
he do with all that iponey?
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When .lack Johnson steps into the
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Flynn is not small: on the contrary
he is big, judged by the ordinary idea
of a big man. The Pueblo fireman
tips tlie scaler at about 215 pounds
and expects to put on flC3h instead
of taking It oft. getting over the
ropes with about 220 pounis marked
up as his flighting <veight. As Johnson will scale In the vicinity of 220.
he will not meet a baby, but a man as
big and as able to take car�� cf himself as the champion. So that there
will be no sympathy coming to Flynr.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
For the Children
The Sad Story of a
Saucy  Young  Crow.
STEAD AND SPIRITS.
COLLIERS' SUPERSTITIONS.
The Great Journalist.Had Fully Prov. ; Miners,  Sailors   and   Fishermen   Live
~      ��� cn  Their   Existence. In a Supernatural Realm.
The late W. T.  Stead, a victim  nf       Colliers,   miners   ."iiiliT.-t,   Usher--
the   terrible   Titanic   tragedy,   wis  a ) all  men who peine closely into eon-
firm believer in the occult.   He made ; tart with (ho elemental foreoi and se-
investigation*    whicb    satisfied   him i creta nf nature���are strongly di-:pn-e<l
that the spirit world could ci.mmuni- ; to believe in omens nnd suppr-titions.
I cate with this, and he acted upon his ' The  Celtic  rapes,   wllich   include  tlie
' belief.    He was laughed at.    He was ! Welsh collier and (lie Corm'sb miner.
| called a fool. What of it:- William T. ! are extra susceptible tn oeeult itilln-
| Stead did Mot care.    He ha| been ll) j ences  and. symbolism   of every   kind.
| pi ison   for   bis   thoughts.    He   could    It   is' in  tlieir   blood;   thev   seem   to
I be jeered at for them, j live on a borderland hetween the nat-
Inipressed with his new belief, antl ; ural and tlie supernatural.
I having The Review of Reviews, wliich j The Welsh colliers cannot bear to
I ho had founded in 1890, progressing ' see white birds hnverintf a round fhe
rapidly toward success, be founded; pits, for they presage dent I': and tlirf
Borderland, a quarterly devoted to | collier who goes below after seeing
occult philosophy and psychical ! tliem is heroically stout-hearted. Tlie
phenomena. Tbe journal was edited i V.'e Ish collier lias, moreover, a prn-
fnr several years, and it was during I judice .against all white animals
this period tliat there canio into be-1 through this iear. He \ynuld not dare,
ing tlie "automatic band." And that [ for instance, to tempt Providence by
w.is exactly .'what Mr.' Stead meant, j keeping a whtte oat as a pet, and if
He insisted that by making hit mind j one came to tlie louse lie wobld con-
passive t'.o'se at a distance, whether j sider it very unlucky. White doves
in this world or some other, would ! flitting about the coal mines aro pe-
move it for him. would make it trail- I culiarly ominous,
scribe .on paper tlieir thoughts, their j The bird as an omen of death is also
messages. And chief among these held in Ireland (not necessarily a
persona who sent message from be- | wlute bird), where some families nre
yond  the  great  divide   was  ".lulia." ] attended by tbe phantoms of ravens
This Is the mnnrnfnl tale of n vrort
who mine lu u s.id cud Ile was taken   from  liis  parents'  nest   when  just
These messages of the "automatic
hand" caused Mr. Stead to announce
with absolute conviction tliat the dead
return. For him. it was a "truth
established, a problem which is solved, a subject on which doubt is
hence fortli impossible."
He also states tliat soon after she
Ijnese   messages    m    me     guvuiuaixu    before  a death.    Mr.   Yeats bas  said
, band" caused Mr. Stead to announce   that "everyone is a visionary if you
I I witli absolute conviction tliat tlie dead   scratch  bim  deep  enough.    But  tbo
Celt  is  a  visionary   without scratching."    He bas a note in one of his
books   relating  to   McManus,   of   '48
fame.    McManus was sitting with bis
brother, who was dying, when a bird
of   vulture-like   appearance   came  in
through t.ie window and alighted on
Chickens   tli.it   lived  on   his   iUn��leM   meats,  among tliem  automatic  writ-   the breast of the dying man.    Both
place, but tlic.v did  not  lake a  fancy   ing, and then "I placed my band at    men  watched  it ill  terror, but dared
to hlm    lie contliniiilly annoyed thein, j the disposal  of  Miss  Ames, and  sbe    net drive it forth.   And there the bird
crouched  solemnly,  bright-eyed,  until
nbout able It. liy and soon became very   s!ipped out 0j ller body lle beyan tn
tame    lle was much Interested In tbs   develop various   psychic   accomplish
ed sometimes thev paid lil in hack In   has used it as her own ever since."
kind    On one occasion be was Kitting! This was  their  favorite  mode of  the
on   the edm-  "if n   bucket.  uettiUK  -i' interchange of thoughts, though tliey
drink, when a  lieu slipped up behind
hlm and. will! il prod of her beak, sent
blm   hpnd   over   heels  into  the  water.
Even this did not cool his ardor fur
plaguing III" liens. At length he went
loo far ii ltd tried to pick up u gaum
thicken. The mother lien tackled 111 111
wiili great fury, and when she lm I
finished with him the pour crow was
dead.
Notable Numbers.
The game nf ���notable numbers"  la
Interesting.   Try il  when your friends
come.   It is played thus:   Each of the
party is to write on a slip of paper (cannot communicate with those wl)
used both clairvoyance and e:air-
audience also, and Mr. Stead affirmed
that she "made good" in tliem all.
although be subjected her to every
known test; he did not, however, accord her bis unqualified approval or
belief in her identity till she gave
him convincing proof by In th "external and internal evidence."
One of the letters from .lulia contained the following sentences: "Tlie
world is full of spirits longing to
speak to those from whom they have
Sheen parted. It is a strange spectacle'. On your side, souls full of the
anguish of bereavement; on this side,
souls   full   of   sadness   because   thev
tu
Rome number. Then tlie pnperis are
nil folded up nnd collected in n Iki'x.
Wben collected I hey must be shaken
20 as to Ue thoroughly aiiu-rt, and, the
bos being passed around again. Piull
player is lo lake one of the papers and,
reading the numher upon it. is 10 tell
why the number ls famous���lor instance:
".\uinher seven: tliere are seven days
In a week."
"Siiinher  three;   three  feet  make  a
they love.
"Many on earth are racked with
agony because they imagine tlieir
loved ones are lost in hell, while in
reality they are within the all-em-
brae! ii j arms of the love of Qnd, Something should be done to enable the
sorrowing ones on earth to know that
their so-called dead live nearer than
eve:- before. It would dry many a
tear and ease many a sorrow. What
we need Is a bureau of communication ... It i.s the most important
thing' there i.s tn do    .    .    .    and ymi
yard."
"Sninlier  four:   fonrbreplu*   iniih-e  a   can   count   nn   thr,   eager
month." , , of all on  thii nirle."-
������Number fen: ihe council of ten"   '   f    r '   s'message from -t
lt yonr friends nre well pooled Iliev
���will find mmielliVng to '^ ainiost any
number, while tliose who cannot IhltiH
of u ready answer must pay u forfeit.
the man's soul left bis body. Thn
incident was worked into a talc by
l.e Fa n u.
Yorkshire and otlier colliers regard
whistling r�� a portentous sound. If
the miner should thoughtlessly whistle on th.e way to bis work ho fancies
that it will evoke "t". e Whistlers"���
[Hystericus, invisible birds 'hat are
supposed to whistle seven limes on
the day of a pit accident. Similarly
ti e Cnrnishman dreads the sound of
whistling in his mine. Few, except
the Arab, would understand tlie collier's horror of a whistle before nr
during bis work, for in the ordinary
circumstances of life no S"un 1 -���' ms
more cheery, friendly, and human (
than   whistling.     To   t'ie   Arab   it   is
. "tiio devil's music."
A curious custom prevails n-ioog
tiio  Durham  colliery women.    When-
. ever they put clean sheets on the bed.
thev   also   place   three   small   bits   i f
I coal on it. If thej* omit to do IIih.
they   think   the   husband   will   meet
I with an accident before the =;.eets are
; changed next time.
Many of the Lancashire mine0 are
supposed to be haunted liy tho "Biased   Bairns"���the   liny   children   wll",
j before legislation forbad J it. used to
toil like beast* in the minJ until tiny
died from exhaustion or ivant of light
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dealof labor trouble on the C. P. R.
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The Westminster Gazeitte alludes to
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' Tl:
eaused Mr. Stead to open hi.- laliinu'i
"pe&toffiee fer spirits" in London in
l'.H.O, where he communicated with
persona in the other world.
A Dainty Flower.
The r.recians had many lepiMUl
roost of iliiMii very pretty. Vou all
know the tlower called narcissus.
They tell a pretty story about it.
There was once a lovely youth called
Narcissus, who was loved by all, but
whose heart was so cold that he did
not return nny of the affection bestow-
��� ed on hlm. The little nymph Iv-ho
fell in love with lilm, but the yolltll
spurned her love, and she pined away
and died of 11 broken heart. I'UUlsll-
ment, however, followed Narcissus 111
the form ot Nemesis, tbe spirit of iv:n.
tuition. One day the youth was liciid-
lug over a stream, iiduiirinj; his lovely
Image reflected '" 'I"" glassy waters,
when, bending low to kiss ihe face in-
saw, he lost his balance umi tell 111.
To perpetuate Ills beauty llie wils. s,>
the legend goes, turned him Into Ilia
flower whicli now bears Ills iiauiu.
Tha Bachelor Girl Gama.
Any number of players sit in a ro\r
or around tl table, and one known as
the questioner asks each in turn what
he or she will contribute to help lor-
nisb the bachelor girl's den. Wi.ai
each bas mimed aii article, which Uia.v
range from a coukiug utensil 10 a line
painting, the I|U0.1|loner begins again
with the Hist player to his right mid
asks all sorts of questions, to each of
which lhe player must give as nu answer (lie name of tbe article I lia I he
or ulie had offered to contribute to the
den.
If any player laughs while lieln?
questioned or ghes uny answer but
the name nf the article he has offered
be must pay n forfeit In such a case
the questioner begins his attack on tin*
next player in order and continues hls
questions until be is assured that the
player will not latigb or give uny but
the rfgbt answer.
The Disk Game. !
Upon  n   large  square  of  white  n|lJ
Cloth paint sixteen red spots live itu'li-
es In diameter and fasten it securely
to tbe ground.    Cut  from a  sl t  of
galvanized Iron ten disks, each one 6X-
aetly file size of one of the spots. I'm a
disks fonii a set. The object of tht��
came is to completely cover one spot,
or more with lhe flre disks ihrown
from n distance of eight feel. All may
be used In covering one spot, but no
particle of red must show.
Fishes Th?.t D?.ncs.
There are smn" giddy doings nhint
this tiina of tbe year at the liotti in
ol the sea. according to a writer in
the "Field." particularly among tho
American bow-fiii or mudfish. When
warm weather sets in the bow-iin
leaves its winter quarters ai.d he-
gins to make good the loss of lle-li
incurred in the winter; but wliile
the female retains her dull color the
male assumes brilliant hues, obvi u-',y
intended to attract the female. Tlie
fins became a bright green, the bronze
of tlie bark and sides is brightened
up. and various other color decorations are assumed. Contrary to the
us see uf polite society, it i.s tbe fe-
'tnaie who, in the bow-fin community,
often  seeks out the maie.
In Apr.I both resort to a quiet plaoe
well grown with water-stumps, afford-
'ii-' s.ie.ter lor nests, the male cun
structiug the nest by working mainly
at night.
More curious facts regarding lish
were given hy Mr. V. Martin Duncan
before the Royal Society of Arts, I,i n-
don, recently. He showed a remail.-
ab'.e series of cinematograph films representing tlie movements of all kinds
of fish. Tliere were conger-eels who
dance with wonderfully regular nn ve-
ments. and rays who swished alicnt
and seemed to he winking at tlie
audience everv time tbey opened the r
mouths. Perhaps the mo ' amusing
picture was that of scallops, When a
-callop wants to move it opens it-
shell as wide as possible, swallows a
;reat mouthful ol water���a scallop is
nl! mouth���claps its shr.f. U.gc. iei
Igain, expelling the water, and ivi
move forward witli a little hop. it��
progress he.ng something like tliat of
a jumping bean.
7i-raed.tii ghoftly trolley.*
disaster, to warn the miners so Mint
they may not be snatched by death
unawares. Some mines are said to be
haunted by "White Ladies." wild ap-
; pear just beiore an explosion. Thev
| have no connection, presumably, with
tii *. White I.ady spectre wbo haunts
I ths  Ilohenxnlterns  and  Hapsburg*
The Acme of Politer.-cs.
Tn the line of absolute and abstract
politeness nothing can quite reach tbe
heights attained by a certain llnglish
baronet who became the high sheriff
of London. It was liis invariable custom when hurrying alot _' the street
to salute any of bis numerous acquaintances with a bow, a touch of the
hat and the words, "Sir, l wish you
a   very   good   morning.
As high sheriff nf a county it once
became his painful duty to attend
the execution of a criminal, when,
having seen that all the preliminary
arrangements were complete, he leaved, touched his bnt to tlie culprit,
whose black cap was already over bis
face, and took his leave with bis
customary:
"S.r. f wish you a very good
morning."
���
The Sandman. ,
The lamlman lives down on the beech.
Where the waves roll on nnd on. i
lie always keups lust out of reach
Till the day Is past and done.
T wsnt to ask htm whv he lakes
I.Ittle boys and Klrls iilone
And le��ves the c't folk" wide anam
I'nitl naif the n!��hl Is Kone.
Something For the Inner Bar.
An eminent judge used to .-ay that
in his opinion the best thirtg ever
saL liy a witness to a counsel was
the reply given to Missing, the bniris.
ter. at tbe time  leader of liis circuit.
He was defending a prisoner, chanted with stealing a donkey. Tbc | rose-
cutor had left tlie animal tied up I i
a gate, ami when lie returned it wus
���-.'one.
j.rinsing wa* very severe in his examination of the witness.
"Di you mean to say. witness, the
donkey was stolen from the gater"
"I mean tn say, sir." giving the
judge and then tiie jury a sly look,
"the ass was missing."
Judge Leaves Faulty Will.
It is straiiL-e how many talented
judges no,I lawyers bave failed tn
draw_ up the r own wills corre tly. Thc
linglisli Judge Lushington, wl 0 died
recently, leaving an estate of neurit
.HlOOflOO. overlooked tlie impoitant ne
c-ssity of having his will and a codicil to it properly attested. Perhaps
he intended that liis professional co!-
lea-ties should benefit indirectly |>y
i...  c.mseuuent  ljtieation	
Houses Keeo London Warm.
The temperature of the air in the
metropolis is raised by the artificial
i sources of heat existing in it no less
than two degrees on tbe annual mean
above that of its immediate vicinity.
Air. Howard, jn bis work on climate,
lias Fully established this fact by a
comparison of a long series of nb-er-
vatioiis made at i'laistow, Stratb rl,
and Tottenham Green (a"! within live
iiiiles of London) with tliose made h(
the apartments of the Roval tocielj
in London, and periodically recorded
in tha Philosophical Transactions. In
explanation. Mr. Howard refers In the
heat induced by the populations (just
as the temperature of a hive uf bees),'
and Iroifi tlie domestic fires, and Irom
the foundries, breweries, steam engines, and other manufactories.���Curios.t cs of London.
The Tailor Bird.
An extraordinary nesting habit Is
tliat of the tuiior bird of India. \ liicb
makes h leaf at tbe extremity or a
slender twig its cradle. If tbe |i-n! i.-
Inrgo enough, the bird draws the
edges together so as to form a pouch,
t'lherwise, another growing nesr it
is sewn to it with vegetable lil,res.
The nest consists of fine down, lihres,
ard a few feathers. An excellent ��;je-
cinien is to be seen in the museum
oi  tlie  Zoological  Society.
Jersey Cabbages.
The tallest cabbages in the world
are to be seen at Jersey. S< me specimens attain tbc enormous height oi
IO feet. Nearly everyone who visit"
lerscy brings home a ^alkin^f stick
made from the dried stalk cf a Jar-
cv cabbage.
Consideration
"If anybody guve you tainted money
would you keep it yoursol! or fend it
the   foreign   missions?"
"Keep it myself, of course. Woul<J
ixu iiavc me spreud infection?"
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This delightful confection is taking the country by storm.
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Rubber Heels
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
ARTIST OF THE TRAIL
ARTHUR   KEMING   WAS   IN   HAIL-
EYBURY  C2 YEARS AGO.
THREE FORMS OF WATER.       BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Arrival:
Closing
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.   N.  R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. B. R,
(dally except Sunday). 11:16
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
10:30���Barnston   Islands   arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday,    and    leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria  via B.  C.  E.  R.
(dally except Sunday) .11.15
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
'dally .except  Sunday)..16:00
0:2(1���All   points east and    Europe   (dally)    7:45
"22:10���All polnta east and Europe (dally)  11:15
9:2(1���Sapperton and Kraser
Mills dally except
Sunday)    7:45
1!): 30���Sapperton     and     Praser        .
Mills      (daily       except
Sunday)    14:15
B; 28���Coquitlam  I dally    except
Sunday)   7:45
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Kdmonds (dally except
Sunday)  11.15
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
13:no���Kast Burnaby (daily except Sunday;    13:00
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Priday)    13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday) .14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    11:30
46:45���Vancouver,   Piper's     Sld-
Ine     via     G.     N.     11.
(dailv except Sunday)..14:20
11:20��� Cloverdale and Poit Kells
via   O.   N.   U.   idaily   except   Sunday) 14:01.
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday. Priday and Sat-
day        14:00
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday    and
Priday)        14:00
7:41���Burnaby Lake idaily except Suudav    16:0i
18:00���Kdmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)   10:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upi er Sumnx,
-Mat8(|iit,      lluniliiKdoo.
I ; etc. (dally except Sunday)   23:00
i6:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)   , 9:41
16:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Hldae
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday    9:4i
^l:20~Chllllwack, Mljner. Mt.
I .elimam, * Idergrova, Ot-
jm ter,   Shortreed,   Surrey
'*" Centre.Cloverdale.LnnfC-
ley Prairie. Murray vllle.
Strawberry Hill. Soutb
Westminster, Clover
Valley,    Coghlan.    Bar-
^ dls,    Sperling    Station.
f I Dennison Station. Bra d-
i   i ner,    Bellerose, via B.
i .' C.  E.  R.   (dally  except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        ��:<>��
<20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
j1:20��� Abbotsford,    Huntingdon.
via  B.  C.  E.  II.   (dally
except Sunday)   lf:W
20:40���Cloverdale   via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday1.17:SQ
2:00��� Fraser    Ann    ani ��� Alta
Viata    23:00
Canadian Palnle.- of the Northland
Has Made Himself a Career Since
the Days When He Started Out
From Paris, Ont., to Knock About
the World ��� He Just Wanted to
Become a Texas Cowboy.
A few days ago a mine-owner frrir.
Porcupine was talking about the Cobalt country in tho presence of tvyo
or three writers and art workers���
among whom was a little, wiry, alert
ni��ii, with ruddy face and big, beaming spectacles; and this one said
quickly:
"Oh, yes, twenty-two years ago I
snowshoed up from Mattawa to the
place  where  Haiieybury   now  stands
"You don't say so!"
"When there were only two white i
men on the west pide of Lake Temis- j
kaming���C.  C.   Parr  and annther."
"But what in the world did you do
It fori'"
The artist was Arthur Heming, who j
was born in Paris, Ont., and since
he got the lirst desire to ruir away
from home to go cow punch ina down
in Texas has seen more and found
out more about the wild life and the '
outpost edges of the Canadian nortli
t' -n any other tirtist or writer alive.
Heniing has gone on seventeen separate trips in as many parts of the
country where railroads never ran,
and by means of about as many modes
of travel.    Why?
Gentle reader���not to ge' away from
Paris; oh, no.   For Heming still  likes
the old town where his nine brothers
and   sisters   lived,   where   lie   himself
lirst went to the old  Art School���^ave
the mark !���ilit toWn tliat ha- sent out I
fi ur of the leading present-day Amer- ]
ican  illustrators;  from  where  he  pot ;
liis fir.-t drawing into Texas SiftinvM, !
illustrating  a joke,   for  five dollars��� !
ami tlio'.'jht he had fame and fortune
right  within  his  mit.
Hut the miles Arthur Heming has i
traveled In the uncustomary places ,
since  be  left Hamilton would stretch |
Either of Which Can Ever Be Changed j
Into One of the Others.
There are three forms of matter,
solid, liquid and gas, and Water is
capable of taking any of them, just
as the famous genie in the "Arabian
Nights" could take various forms at
pleasure.
We usually drink water in what is
called Its natural state. When we put
the kettle on the fire to boil some
water our object is simply to make it
hot, but we still want the water to be
water.
If we forget about the kettle and
leave it on the fire too long we shall
find the watsr all gone. The heat lias
turned it to gas, and it has floated ofl
and mixed with the air.
But when we have a stove in the
room and put a pan of water upon
it we do not want the water. What
we want now is the gas. As it boils
away it restores to the air in the
room the moisture that is dried up1
by the heat of the stove, so that the
air is still fit to breathe-
In winter, when the skating season
is on, we like to find some water that
is neither liquid nor gas, but solid.
The reason that it has turned solid
and not gas is that instead of heat being applied to it all the heat has
beep taken out of it, but we can soon
get it back to water again if we take
a niece of ice into a warm room.
Water absorbs heat very quickly,
a. 1 that is why it is easy to boil it.
We use this absorbent quality when
we sprinkle water on the floor in j
summer. It absorbs the heat and
cools off the room. We pull down
the shades to keep the heat out, because wo know that the walls and
thc stone pavements make thincs
hotter. Remember the scientific
rule, "Solids, reflect heat; fluids absorb it."
No matter in what form we find
water, we can always chaiise it into
either of tho two other forms. When
the water boils away we can hold a
cold plate over it and see the vapor
condense again into i'*ops. We can
take the drops out into the cold winter air and watch them freeze solid
and then take the ice back into the
room ai..'. thaw it and put it into
the kettle again and see it rise in
vapor  once  more.
Marriage Penalties.
Much is heard of the taxation of
bachelors, but little is eve: said of tlie
communities wherein matrimony is
deemed a punishable offence. Perh.in-
the most extraordinary ideas with ref-j
erenee to this subject may lie said to
lie held at Oxford University in Kngland. There, for instance, a fellow
of All Souls College for'eits his fellowship if when studying the c'assics
he should take u:uto himself a wife.
In sueh event he must not only pay i
a penalty, hut must also present,his
college with a memorial in the stupe
Ol n silver cup, with the further condition that on this cup shall be in- |
gpribed in Latin, "He backslid into
in "tri rii'Hiy."
Tli-Ti-   tn   an     aristocratic
L'.udo". tiie  Bachelors' "t
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets In K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. 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 ln Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording seere
tary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BUHNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp hlock.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-Iaw, solicitois, etc. Offices, Rooms
fi and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander JackBon.
^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.
Or H.  W.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 09. . W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
ga CANADIAN PACIFIC
%jpr B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves  Vancouver   for  Victoria
a. in.. .2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves  Vancouver    for  Seattle
a.  in. and  11  p.  rn.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo
a.  rn. and 6:30 p.  rn.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. in.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Monday,
10
10
10
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack
PAGE SEVEN
IN    THE     BUPREME     COURT   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Between Leeson, Dickie. Gross &
Company, Limited, Plaintiffs, and J.
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To the above named defendant, J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Sum-
mons dated the 3rd day of April, 1912,
has been issued against you in the
above Court by Leeson, Dickie, Gross
& Company, Limited for $1556.09, be-
ing a balance due by you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for inteiest.
The following are the  particulars:
1911, Nov. 30. Goods sold and
delivered   as   per   account
rendered      11520.61
Interest          35.48
Balance    overdue    and    payable       $1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was Issued herein under the Attachment of
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company, Limited as garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE,
that the Court bas, by order, dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
and of the said order to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice in
a daily newspaper published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
days after the expiration of the publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to be entered for
you at the office of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that ln default
of your so doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with this action and Judgment may be given against you in
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 2"th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKWRILL.
Deputy District Registrar.
Fraser and    Blakney,   Plaintiff's   6o-
licitors.
a.m. Tuesday, I
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I
ha'.f as f.-ir n�� all the railroad* of Can- '
add.   The sniuiaU ho hai drawn ami
sketched and written about would 111! :
a very  rMpacttbl* r.oo.    The  Indians I
and   ths  lumber-jacks and the  river- :
drivers   and   the   lur-poAtcrs  and   the
miner!)  and the  Mounted  Police and
���.iie whaler* he bus bunked and grub- j
naked   with   would   make  n   Midvmv
of  -tiiiii^c peoples most of  who*.1 busi* ;
ness ii i* either, to keep or lo uuUqUef
the wild  places of the earth.
Heming took to this wi.d wsy when
In-  wbs a lad.    Hs did nni go cow- |
punching iu Texas, as be fell Inclined]
but  Im-i.ae  he was twenty  In-  had  a
pass.oii  tor athletics, I >r rowing and
running   and   wrestling   and   hlliiiu ���
.inuiily hecau*' he expected *u|iim duy
.ii develop into an arlist.
Ami lies as Inn.I as a ll* 11; chunky
itld snail and  lithe.  Iiko sn  liiduu.
u.g  ul   wind   nil,,   chuckling  over  a .
mu la.'c; ju-t the si-rt ul mini ins', can ,
ratal ilia limit Without latiyua.   ��'
,iii iln. k ai.d If', polk, sleep like tt '
,.i|i ami he as lresh,s�� u dm-v in llm '
.amii, i.n.ly for the trail ur tiiu(nvei '
USUI. j
liis llrst tiip on the "Utvwnd I'sll* ,
ta* timi riiuAsh.i- 11mi,,., t'l leniisks
num. He was gone thnlv ila)��, !���>. k I
f&l umi  .-nun-  back  with  {mu in  in- I
,cani,    HU tirst work us a it-.-u.t . i J
.tus  was a series ol  HluatraUiiiiM    > '
ir..i;U.us   Indians   done   fur   Hurpei -
. i-.-iily.   In I*IM he was sent llj  hai
per * Weekly on a jaunt around U��kn
Manitoba ami Lake Wlnulp((u*U; a
.ear later up with Chm's1, V\hn,,e>
,.i lhe Barren Uiuinids���tliuii^u an
..ccidei.t and a Inme back kc| t bun
,roni '(letting  tiii'i.-.
Four years later' Hetnin-,' Ht Uih
trail with .1. W. 'I>rrell tn the Kink
M. Tyrrell had ihe Job ,1 running
the boundary liVtWMll Alberta an.l
British Columbia south to Crow's
Nest; ami it wss a res,lit nf this trip
that Hetnlna ^ot a line -eries ol mo in.
(.ain-life sketches, before ho bail ever
leard much ol Thotlipsoll Setnn.. |{,-m.
ington  was at ftrfl the sort of artist
,iut ne look lor.nis mode., nn.i \,,,ui,
ie got into lira ga.t sketching the w..,i
,ile of the  liiuterniost trails lit  iuu
ill   iiiiilnl.on   to  do   for  Ci.ni,dn  Hums.
ning what Remington did f"|- top
U..ited States. 11 wu-> in l-y.) that
,io illur-trated "Mon.-twa," the annual
.itory i,y W. A, Kraser, minimi in | liu
.-jHluni.-iy ICvennu Post. Ami "Moo��.
wa" wus his lir.-l serial work in tbe
ultima I line. It got Inm the entree
l-i New loik puli isliimj bouses; took
nini down lo the bin tow.i that Iihs
twaltuwed up so inatiy talented Cana
dians, and, with u view to tiettiiitj
nn re Hit education limn practicul
tuptk could nive him, he went into
tlm Art students' League- lull of each
Jay.   however,  spent  in  tl.e  class  ��(
\\ alter Appleton I'lark, fr.,in whom ho
wnrni'il   much.-Augustus   Bridle   hi
liu. (jlobe.
clul,     in
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Piccadilly.
whereof the membrrs who fo far for-
Bot tlieir loyalty to the club as to
niHrry are actually expelled and ostracized. The only savinc feature of
such expulsion is that by the payment ol a fine of $100 the offending
ore may retain an honorary membership, hut so far as active membership
is concerned he is strictly out of it
for  the rest of his  life.
There is a similar organisation in
C"rm��rv. the Junegesellen Cluh.
Whenever tliere comes to the officials ������: this ciin) any intimation that
a member contemplates matrimony
be is immediately summoned for trial
in the cl'-'i court, with the president
us judge. Tbe culprit is allowed to
plead in extenuation of his offence,
in .I u; on his skill in presenting such
plea depends the amount of his tine,
which ramies from $100 to $1,000.
Tlie humorous feature of the line con-
sisU in the application made. Tbe
mm ey is devoted to a dinner, where-v
at all members appear -in mournin?
attire. At the conclusion of the re-
piut the president solemnly reads the
sentence of expulsion, and the delinquent is led from the room am d
the lyrmuis and lamentations of bis
erstwhile  club  members.
I. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, eollcltor, etc: corner Columbl-i
and McKenzie streets, New V\ est
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, filn Columbie
stieet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE. WHEALLElt. McQUARRlE t
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver at
flceB, WilMams building. 41 Gran
/Ule street. F. C Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler. W O. McQuurrle. G. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST 1
minster Hoard ot Trade n*eets in t*e /
b���>mrd   room,   Clly   Hall,   am   follow*   \
Third Fiiday of each month; cjuar
terly meeting on the ll*ird Friday ol
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oh
the third Friday of February. New I
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarter!*
ineeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
i Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. GOULET,
I Agent, New Westminster.
i H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
Phene R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
I REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET   MAKER  ANO
UPHOLSTERER.
Immam   Wmmtmlnmtcr.   B.   C
Workshop   Off   Victoria   Street.
(Over Daily  News.i
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bau!< has over 200
branches, exUiding in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic.
In Cuba throughou. the Island;
also In Porto Rico, 3nbamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns aud
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westmlnater Branch,
Lawford   Richardson,  Mgr.
'Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
l CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)
RESERVE   	
, ..V5.413.000.00
...$15,000,000.00
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on alt
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street
Phone R6T��.
D. McAuiay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cer. 6th end Columbia
P. G. GARDINER.
A. L.  MERCER
Koraan Marriage Customs.
Tho K'ni'iin-, marry ynuns ��� sometime* ss early aii twehe or fourteen
��� tne matches being arranged hy lh*:
Older ; ei.plt', as in China and Japan.
T. , y.iun,' !olk have very little to say
in tin' matter., ifter marriage the
ynu ? couple umally live with tha
DUfbsnd'l parents���in the old patri-
Bielisl fashion. The wile, provided
iim bii'biml is sblo to afford ser-
fanl.i, is kept prtly closel,,- at- home,
hi.iy the u.i.i.e.i oi the lower ouUMM
.-...ii; out much in public.
A Paacs  Pact.
The p'uml er had married the barber's  daughter.
' .Vo t.ps when you shave ine here-
a.t.r.  remember,"  he Haid.
"All liglit." quoth the barber, "and
no char j i irr it in the bill when you
walk between my hou^a aim your
shop any  mere."
On this basil t'.iey all lived happily ever alter.
A Woman's  Reae-:"v.
"My, but I do bate tbis corset!"
laid Mrs. Napij as she tossed her liarness ��� n the; dresser.
"Then why do you w^ar it? " snapper Mr Nanu,
"Oh, it loels so good when I take it
iff," replied Mra. Nagg,
.-      ���
A Passible Explanation.
Junior Partner���Slowpay bas made
��n assignment, but he says the creditors won't lose anything.
Senior Partner���Perhaps be means
t) at they wouldn't have got anything
anyhow.
Classified.
"This is a sweet state of affairs I"
gr.iwh-il the fat woman in the crowded
car.
"Well." admitted her companion,
"it is something of a jam."
Gardiner & Mercer
IVIa   8.   A,
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 77}
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 3G, In the
City of New Westminster:
whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 104S2A, Issued ln the name of Christopher
Brown, has beea flled in this office.j
Notice is heieby riven that I shall,
at the expiration ot one month front
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newsparer published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to mc in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.' C. May ll, 1912.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part ot the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OffICI���TPAM DfcPOf.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
TRY
Tftt
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and  Work Guaranteed.
ON CHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnle St.. City.
Branches throughout Canada end
Newfoundland, ana ln London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklag business transacted. Lat*
ters of Credit Iaaued. available , with
correspondents In all parts of tke
world.
8avlnga Bank Dscertmeat���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
��nd Interest allowel at t par eent par
snnum  (present rate).'
Total   Assets  over I18C.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Sole apent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
-.    Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
r��i*ohon�� fl  ns   Offlea:  PHncsss St
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
und workmanship guar-
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
tit Sixth Avenue. Phone 607
NEW WE8TMINSTER B.C
Perfect fit
anteed.
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained. _ ;
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT ..THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINE88  RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 65 YEAR8
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE,  INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
e
REST ..'.
.$4,600,000
.$5,600,000
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,    B. G
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
i
/ PAOTB EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912.
"*
TENTS, CAMP
STOVES
at $1:50, $2.00, $5.50, $7.00
and $11.00
Cooking
Utensils
of all kinds
City News
^dli'b'BY-
Anderson & Lusby
B.&. M. FISH
Point G:ey Herring ..-�������� ">s- for 25c
Fresh Smelts,' per lb 10c
Fresh Soies. j, er Hi 10(
Red Siring Salmon ....2 lbs. for 25c
Live Cod, ier lb 10t
Fresh Halibut   3 'bs- for -5c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
DOES YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAINST ANY FRET OVER
FINANCES AFTER YOUR DEATH ".
YOU CAN DO THAT BY TAKING
OUT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY.
LET US TALK IT OVER WITH
YOU.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New  Westminster.
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
must reduce it. As an
inducement we have cut
the prices
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. The stock is new
and well assorted.
Mr. W. B. Burr was a visitor In
town yesterday.
One of the boilers for the new
Westminster Trust block has arrived
and is being placed in position.
Mrs. W. ,A. Pride, HO:: Hamilton
street, will receive today, and not
again until the fall.
Yon would do well to call and see
the ne.v styles of Mission furniture
at tbe Walsh Sash & Door Co.     **
Mr. E. M. Concross, clerk'of the
Surrey municipal council, was a business visitor in the city ;este.day.
Cream Puffs, Chai lotte Rouche,
Cream Cakes and Wedding Cakes,
Eighth Street Bakery. Telephone
Hi!M; /     - **
Mr. Georco Balsden has been appointed station master at thei local
B. C. E. R. depot, and will assume hta
uew dalles Utniu the next few days.
To rent���Modern six roomed house,
brand new, on Fifth street, near
Eighth; $25 per month; year's lease.
Curtis & Dorgan. **
The new pump on Lulu Islan 1.
whu n has been installed by the city
to or,'set the floods in that area, is
now in working order.
Reward of $100 will be given to any
one who can make better doors than
the Walsh Sash & Door Co.       **
The new post otlce in Queensborough is now working smoothly, li
supi-lies a great need and is paying
iis way.
The presence of a German band
n their natly blue uniforms, caused
no little attraction on Columbl.
st. eet yeslerday.
Dr. \V. II. Lambert, a former resident of the Royal City, has reet nti'
returned fiom Lon lon, England, and
has opened a l.ractice in the city.
Rev. C. P.. Clarke, of Sardis, Chilliwack, is staying at the See Louse.
He arrive! last ni^ht tor the purree
of attending the synod held in Van
couver today.
An outfit of the Fraser River Pile-
drlvins; company is at work drivins
piles for the boom at the new mill
cf the Biitish Columbia Lumber company on Lulu island.
If you do not htiv yoir sas'i and
doors at the Walsh Sash &. Door
Co.  we both lose money.
How about your garden ? Ring up
phone L 184 nnd net Tidy, the florist
10 IJ ..llll! tOU ).: Jrt'.-s ou tne t)6bt stoci,
tliat te grown In t!ie country. The*
mute �� a* erlalty or hanging bualreris
and   window boxes. '������ '
I
Found  at  the  Walsh  Sash  &. Door I
Co.. on Fourteenth stieet, everything
in V.-.c Hne of Eaih and dijers.      **     |
Mlss L. II. Archibald leaves this
moi ning for Merritt, where she will
F>.c;id several weeks with he; sister.
Airs. MacGregor.
Mrs. J. II. D. McLeod and Miss
Florence McLeod, who are \is:iting in
Ausi'.alia, are exiected home some-
lime in July. They left the city in
February last and since then have
been touting the principal points in
Victoria and New South Wales.
There was born to Mr. and Mrs.
T. Wiedemann, Filth avenue, a fine
baby boy yeslerday morning. Beth
aie doing well.
The marriage loolt place yesterday
of Miss L. V. Andei son lo Captain \V.
S. Woreestsr, of the tugboat Flyer.
The pcom was fomieily a pilot on
t'ie Eraser ri\er and is well known
locally.
Port Mann ies!dent.j are expecting
a visit from Sir William Mackenzie
any day, now that he has arrived on
the coast, and are pre.iaiins to give
him a welcome worthy of the man
who is one of the founders of the new-
city.
The R. T. of T. council will hold a
social this evening in their council
chamber, Odd Fellows' block. A vtry
excellent program has been provided
which includes several selections
from the CaiAeion orchestra. The
officers and members extend a hearty
invliation to the general public to be
piesent.
The local fire department, was called out last evening to a small blaze
which had originated in the roof of
the round houFe of the C. P. R. building at the foot of Thirteenth stieet.
Stations No. 1, 2 and 5 responded to
the alarm, but the ignition was only
of a trivial nature and was soon under control with the aid of a chemical
apparatus. The damage done is considered to be less than $100.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England i.
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
Many Teachers Apply.
A meeting of the school board was
hell last night. The evening was
spent in reading the numerous an-
"llcations for positions on the teaching force in the schools in this city.
As there will be several such positions to be filled before the schools
o' en in the fall advertisements were
rlaced in some of the eastern papers,
���ind ludging by the response Westminster must ke considered a pleasant, field in which to labor!
stand
. BI^-r3g^5^aBf-JgaTa^������Ji<��irtAj.��i'ii.L ,*m turns*, i uui ���
In CSty Limits
Four and a half acres, all clsared, unde--draln?d and planted in
potatoes and Email fruit; new six roomed hottce; large barn, chicken
.houses and other,.imildings. City water in hoiwe and barn. This i3
below market value.   See us at once.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
* **
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick" I. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music Houses.
Ch'rese    Reactionary    Move.
London, June 4.���Reports have
entherl Tien-Tsin, China, that the ie-
actionary movement is gaining con-
.;k;ernhlr strength in the vicinity of
Wu-Chang, in the province tf. :!u-
Feh, where General Li-Yuen-Hen<r,
vice-president of the Chinese Republic, has bis heilquarters.
According to a lecent despatch
from Tien-Tsin, tbe Republican officials in Wu-Chang are growing vr y
apprehensive and are preparing secretly for flight.
The districts surrotnding Hankow
are seething with anarchy. Wholesale executions are taking place there
daily.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES, RUBBER BRUSHES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POWDERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table.
H. RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Phone  57.      New  Westminster.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLBE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President Sec. kid Treas.
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ======
Manufacturers  and   Wholeiklo Dealera In
Pir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na   ' and 877.   Shingles,  Sash,  Doors.   Moulding* Etc.
Show Chinese Battles.
A big special feature will b? shown
at the opera house this evening   entitled  "The   Revolution    in    China."
This   film   was   taken   by   agents    of
the  Oriental  Film  Exchange,  of  Sau
H.anclsco.   in   China   during  the  last
siv   nibntus.     Ir   ahoivs   the   way     in
which  the Munchu dynasty  waa over.
turned and tlle Chinese put hack lntn
power.   ,avie.(i nr.*  threi full  i*v>.'s or
rl-tne**. Jfitf Yfiesr fi'-p tbe cnloo'ce'
through tbe largest  brti'es fo-iaht in
thii   war.    1(   also  depicts  lio.v    the'
rebels    were    put    to    death,    man
woman and child  alike, by  the Manchus.    Besides this picture a re?! of
comedy   will   bo   shown.     '^ushton's
orchestra is still Trcillng the m .sic
and this pait of ths performance is
greatly admired by the pa rons.
ALWAYS
The  latest  styles,  flrst   class    work
mar.shin,   and   entire   satisfaction   by
GALVIN
THE  TAILOR
46   Lorne   Street,   New   Westminster.
Curtis Drug Slore
For
PHOTO GOODS
8PECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res   72.
New    Westmlnater,    8    C.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
HOSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
See Our Window
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. PC.
The B. C. E. R. will inaugurate a
double-header service this moi ning. a
multlpile unit train leaving this city
at 7:5(1 o'clock, to co;e with the rush
which occurs at that time. .No further extensions along this line are
exiected in the near futuro until the
cutoff is completed.
Have you s^en the new fron: door
just out at the Walsh Sash & Door
Co. ? **
A new brickyard has been opened
near Ruskin, by tho Gilchrist Development Company. The plant has
cost upwar 's of $12,000, and additions aie contemplated in the near
future. .Mr. D. B. iVIartyn, formen.
of Haney, is the manager of the ntw
concern.
Poor Lo to the rumber of thee.
appeared befoie Cali Kdmonds yes-
ieril*iy morning charged with having
drink in their possession, ancl one of
them with having sold same. Tin
latter was sentenced to tit months
imprisonment and of tiip other tvo.
one po; a month, the other bein;
handed a $25 line.
The Woman's Missionary Socletv
of the Queens Avenue Methodist
church will meet this afternoon ai
the home of Mrs. Traves, Ro'al
avenue and SI'th sireet. The local
de'egate who attended the lecent convention In Victoiia wlll make her report. Tea will be served and a general invitation to all ladies of the
congiegation Is extended.
Through the instrumentality of Mr.
Cave-Bi own-Cave some plctuies oi
the May Day carnival held in Hootle.
England, have come to hand as lepro-
d-iuej in Ihe Rootle Times. An excellent account of the charming
events is given in the letterpress, and
tho whole is to be bi ought to'ihe
notice of the standing committee ol
the Westminster May Day, as some
valuable suggestions aro containe'
therein.
One of the best reports  made for
some little time is that of the health
Officer for the month of May.   This
shows  that  only  eight  cases  of    infectious diseases were reported,   one
diphtheria', six of  measles and    one
unnamed     "It is a matter   of   con-1
gratulation," remarked the mayor, "to j
find this bo as It   ptactlcally   estab-1
llshes a record in thP annals, of   the
city during the past few yoars."
The News Expanding.
The Westminster Daily Ne vs is
now owned hy the National Printing
and Publishing Co.. Ltd, of New
Westminster, B.C. This is a company
composed entirely of Ne.v Westminster men whose .'eslre is to improve
the uaper and make it a publication
wonhy of the Royal Cit . A considerable increase to ths publishing plant
is necessary to attain the improvements aimed at, and Which will entail
an incieased expendltuie of capital.
The company pro; oses to raise the
sum of $20,000; and already much of
this has been subsciibed in shares of
$100 each. The business men of tlie
city are showing a keen incest in
the movement to i mprove New Westminster's one morning paper. Those
who have not. already subsciibed are
recommen led to take an interest in
tbe new organization. Terms of pay
ment on stock will he arranged to
suit you. The Westminster Daily-
News will be a non-polilical organ
and will be run on independent lines.
Mr. James R. Duncan, lne secretary
of tlie company, will be glad to eive
fuller details as to what is to he done.
Ring him up on Phone 909 or 669, and
he will call on you. **
NURSE WOULD UKE COMFORT-
ahle room with private family.
Phone necessary. Apply B. Gill,
general  delivery. Noith  Vancouver.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Burnaby acreage Is getting scarce and like most good,
things ls In pretty strong demand.    It  won't  bo long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have been   subdivided Into lots and then tbc fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and tho Burnaby Lake tram line, Is about the
last piece of acreage reft at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake property ls selling at from $,",000 per acre and up. We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. station for
Vancouver at 5:00. 5:45, 6:00
a.m., and every 15 minutes
thereafter, until 9 p.m., half
hourly service until 11 p.m.
Last car at 12 midnight.
Sunday Service���Cars leave
for Vancouver at C, 7, 7:30, 8,
8:30 a.m.. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car at 12 midnight.
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. station 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.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20,
Lulu Island Branch.���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.-r-First 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.��� Oars
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.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANf.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
Q. E. GILLEY, Phons 291.
Phones, Office 15 and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA   STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA3HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND,' PRE8SED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR   HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Do Not Waste Money
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Save a little systematically, for lt ls the stuff that tbe foundations of wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be used In two ways; to spend for wbat ls
,needed now aud to Invest for whet shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until it ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN  ���Z&*
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Flre, Life, Accident,  Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Croivn Timber and Trading
Company and will continue the business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
* TELEPHONE 904.
Mills nt Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent Valley,  B.  C.
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