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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THU
FATAL BOTFLE
BOBS OVER BODY
Location   of  Drowned Nor
wegian Marked by Cause
of Accident.
Hobnobbed with Negro and Bottle of
Whisky���Fell  Off  Wharf Into
the Eraser,
[Between 2 and 3 o'o'.oek yesterday
moun, a Norwegian logger, axed
jut BO years, wnode name ls pre-
naJbly Antune Nt'.son, although he
known also as Jack Johnson, was
vned ln the Fraser river,
felsor.- was not well known ln this
He appears to hive drifted ln,
'��� to have been celebrating hls ar-
by indulging in a carousal.
2 p. ni. he rolled down to the
, .at the bottom of Sixth Btreet
paving in his hip podket a large
\ot whiskey. He was at this
uwhit uncertain ln his gai:.
u the iwhaj-f he accosted a
ian named Ge r-ie Willlam-
ki.ciien helrer, who apparent-
tlnnss to the floating populi-
whom fate 'had Set -down in
wi.h   two-lilts  In   his pocket
came   u-p   to   tbla  mar. and
lm   to drink,   producing th3
W 1 iamson   ll>!hed   out his
Jraw out tho cork, and the
Bobbed   on   the  edge   of the
^Ikinn   of   many   t lings, and
the   boats  comlr.g  in   laden
|e   liquor   vas   ail   gone   ex-
Ill   drink,   ar.d   this    Nelsm
.p<-cl<et as Williamson  rose
was  then  sitting with  hlrf
water, an.l  was very tin-
next thing that  happen-
���n  ti'i'l'l-'ii!  over  Into   ihe
���lis  eompanlbn    shrieked
���Far
inv man rose  twice   ami
iti  i-.o more.      Tne  police
and  Con.-'Ubles  Unrrnw.
with    two    In-llans    s>-
**ey aomi* t***'n  hour* l��ter.
i nu   inur;<<. I   Ly   till.  .'iitHl
1-vH   tiofttnd   on   t|tfa
nt pencier alone
RCPtJES TO CRITIC
Bishop  of  Xew  Westminster  Speul;s
in Convention at  Portland���.
Hitter Attack.
Portland, Ore., May 22.���In speaking to the general topic "Church
Unity," Rev. J. N. Barry, of Baker,
Ore., threw a bombshell today Into
the annual convention of the United
Clencus of the Kplscopal church
which is holding a three days' session
here.
In substance Mr. Barry said that
too many high paid bishops consumed the fat of the land in the Pacific
Northwest and Hritish Columbia,
leaving the lean and little of tliat, for
the clergy.
Rev. E. V. Shayler, of Seattle, in
opening his speech on the subject of
the day, took up the cudgels in behalf of "the fathers of the church,"
paying high tribute to the work they
have, accomplished and to their self-
denial and questioning the pollcy of
making what he considered an unwarranted attack on a brunch of the
clergy so fundamentally Important
as  the bishops.
bishop A. V. de Pencier, of New
Westminster, B. C, was the only
bishop who alluded to the attack,
liishop de Pencier declared that the
church had grown to such an extent
that the present number of bishops
was hardly adequa'.e to do the business they were compelled to transact
Ur. Henry Russell Talbot, of Portland, president of the clerlcus, stated
aften the session that Dr. Barry's address waa not Intended to be taken
seriously, and that his statements
were  not so  considered  generally.
Among the other speakers of the
day were Rev. Principal Vance, of
Vancouver, 1!. C, and Rev. Wood
Siewart.  uf Seattle.  Wash.
UNIONS DISCUSS
CITY THEATRES
VIGILANTES MAY
DISBAND SHORTLY!!
Proposal   to Place Two on
"Unfair"     List    Stands
Over.
Sunday Rand Ih Needed Imi ring Summer���Typographical   Union   Wants
Increase.
But for the cousel of Delegate
Slr.ney, li is prolbable that the Trades
and Lalbor Council would have last
night placed upon the "unifalr" list
the  Cily  and   Edison  theatres.
The L'nited Brotherhood of Carpenters reported through its delegates
that an increase of 25 centa per day
had gone Into force among its members, and it was then stated that during the building of the theatres mentioned, one non-union man had been
employed, and all attempts to Induce
the owners or contractors to re:tify
this matter in accordance with the
withes o! the union had failed. The
Lu.-.ness a^ent outlined the negotia-
t ons, and ����:ri.tary Grant proposed
that the liheaires be placed on the
"unfair" list. This was duly seconded
Delegite Stoney then said that only
one side of the question ha'd been
htard. He kneiv another, and that
showed that t.".e carpenters them-
telves weie to Uame. He said that
the work had to be done, any price
would hive been paid to get it done,
>but one particu'ar union man refused
to woik overtimes He moved as an
amendment, that a committee be ap-
pu.nt.d  to  in, estimate.
It was stated thit the man ir. quart-
lion who had rt fused to work was an
(HI man. and had worked late on the
'previous night. The secretary t-aid
Ihat the non-union man had since
���ir.ed tre uui >:i on ac-count cut the i-c-
nn of the plimvbe**.
T.-.e       amin.lmeut        carried
MEXICANS BEGIN
EIERCE BATTLE
i
ederals and Insurrectos Are
Equally   Matched   Near
Rellano.
Terrific Shelling of Rebels' Position���
Liberal Cavalry Attack Federal
Flank.
At the Rebel Front, Rellano, Mex.,
May 22���-In thirteen troop trains the
federals moved up to within one mile
and a half of Rellano and began a
terrific shelling. The first few shells
exploded within a few feet of the
rebel troops, but killed only a fe v
Morses. One woman was killed In the
town.
General Orozco came .'own from
Jimenez to take personal charge o
the flght Just before the federals attacked. General Salazar wa3 in
command of the flrBt lebel line. The
federal commands of General True-
Aubert, Rabago and Teliez and
Colonels Villa and Urbina are engaged. The federal fo-ee Is "stitn-'-
ed at 3500 and the rebels at 4000 with
the advantage In toi tltie l posltioa^
belne; in favor of the Insurrectos.
While the federal artillery poured
shell after shell into the rebel positions, rebel cavalry moved to one side
in a flank movement at the same
time running a heavy flre into ihe
federal columns.
Casualties un to 8 o'clock tonight
were remarkably few. There i9 every
piospect that Ihe battle which has ao
long been awaited will not be decid
ed until tomorrow.
There was no change in positions
at nightfall. The infantry fire after
dar't was desultory, but that of the
federal artillery was almost contlnu
ous.
aurtanit*
ter.
wu��. or course, ���xtlrct. and the I
rpr�� wan tit,,i,n to Murrihle'n i> ir-
lorB. where an Inquest wl 1 be held at
11 o'clock this mornln?. Thla is the
flrst victim wn'ch the t,Tlm river has
claimed frcm Westminster this year.
An 1. W. W. card was found among
the 'dead  man's effects.
AUoniry liDiwna <J. ��.: Wcbh Kxik.-��**    investigate.
Mtisr\   It.   A.   Stoney,   1>
a*nr\    H      M.    KLerr    -were     IKJM��n*m*4
and
S.  Cameron
IMPROVE DRAINAGE
IN QUEMRO
NORTH BURNABY
AND INCORPORATION
to .Visit Han   IMego���Quiet
Disorganization..
Big    Meeting    Held���East Vancouver
Proposed as Name���Committee
to Report.
Par Difgo, Cal., May 22.���Early
disorganisation of the -citizen*' committee, or so-called "vigilantes'' who
were credited with having escorted
many members of the Industr.a-1
Workers cf tho World from San Diego,  seemed likely  tonight.
After dispatches from Sacramento
wwre received, announcing tihat Attorney General U.- S. WcWb was expected lo leave San Francisco tonight for
Itiuul    In   Queen's Pork.
Ptleuate Cameron of the team-
rtcrs' in inn, said that "his body ay-
prec'a ed th;- help given by the labir
'Oinl. He a>Vo proposed th3t ttie
city counc 1 'be app.cached and a^Jc-
ed to take steps t;> endure1 a band
playlhg in Queen's P:i:k during two
mon hs in the summer. "New Westminster is behind the times," he said.
"Hundreds of people go over to Vancouver (In Sundays to hear the music
in St j ney Park.    In the old   country
they  have  had   hands on   Sunday as
long as I.can  ramciwber."
The Progressive  a-'sociation   is  a.lso
to be notified  af this matter.
The   murf-clans  union   has   not   yet
become affiliated   to  the  Trades and
JURY FINDS BOZAK
GUILTY Of CHARGE
Evidence of Accused Was Contradictory���Everybody Else Was
"Mistaken," Ho Said.
LUMBER MILLS
WORK FULL TIME
John Bozak was found guilty by
the Jury yesterday on the charge of
retaining in his possession money,
knowing that it was stolen. The defence was that he did not know that
it was stotlen. After briefly telling
his own slory he was taken in hand
and on cross examination by the
counsel for the crown, he said that
after the finding of the bills he
thought that lt was some kind of advertising. He also said that he was
planning to turn the money over to
the boy's father as soon as he found
him. Also that if he did not find him
in the course of six weeks hc intended
to take It to the city hall.
The accused declared that he never
used any of the money and when it-
was pointed out to him that a Chinaman had seen him do so he replied
that he thought the man was mis-,
taken. The Ureek, Meladonad, testified that he too had discussed the
robbery at u time when the money
was In his possession, and had taken
note of the numbers of the bills as
mentioned in the paper*, but the accused thought that the man was mistaken.
As to the hills found in his possession when arrested, he explained that
he kept them on him ln order to
show them to the police if any questions were asked him, and not that
he was planning to spend the money.
When asked If he did not tell the boy
not to say anything about it, he said
no, and that he never knew anything
about the robbery, although he was
selling papers. He said he did nut
know how much money there was,
and when pressed about this said he
did not have time to count it. In
many other respects his testimony
failed to correspond with what he had
said before or what others had said,
and he always explained that thfc
others ��ere mistaken. Frequently
the testimony of the witness evoked
merriment because of Ingenlousness
In getting round difficulties.
Tbe testimony wan a'l in at 4:10 and,,
a. <\ue��Uon uoh a�� to adlournlnc tine
Business Is Healthy-Shipping
to Prairie Provinces andj?
Ontario.
Small and Bucklin Plans Extcnslcu*���
Local  Demand Strong���American
Market  Improves.
From reports given by the various-
irii.s in tne city, conditions in ther
lumiuer industry are at the present
moment in good order, tha market
be.ng in fair shape, and the demand
for both lum'ber and shing'.e* very;
good.       ,
Most of the local cut is shipped toi
the  prairies, and the opinion Is held.
tha* the demand there ie picking up.
Conditions  in the United States have;
a  bearing upon  this, as  the   demand
there   is  on  the   Increase,   and   tliu.-�� i
American   mils   are   withdrawing   a.
considerable   amount  of    their  stock
from the Canadian market.   There is
a large   demand for cedar,  especially-
just now upon the prair'ea, and in addition  to this the   all-round   requirements  of  Westminster   and  t/he   district are keeping the mills busy.
The Westminster Mill Company
U shipping large quantities of'
shingles to the east, a -fair percentage is finding Its way as far as Ontario. The mi:i is running full time;
and the dry kiln has now ibeen rebuilt.
Tne Small & BucklJn mill a!co is=
poin^ fuil steam ahead, cutting some-
110 000 feet every ten hours. Through
t'-e coming sum Tier it is expectetl
ihat the mill wil: run nighis. so that
the cut will be 200,000 feet for 20
hours Plans art- also, afpot for the
extension of th? p'ant. by 'the build-
in? of a planing hilll this year which
wll be separate from the saw mill.
This firm has a doc-zn teams delivering lumiber Qocally.        ..
The   Fraser  River-MIHt    oro   running  night  and  day.      The  construction of the C. X. R. take.9 a ]���  rti'in of' ,
lh|a   mi'.l's  cut, just  as  similar  work
Upon   tt>c   C.'P.   R.  accounts    for   a��
I cane until today,    it -was put to    ttoelltfem m the cut ol the BmaU & Biick-
��-'Iean Ditches    and    Instal    Pump-
Steam Wagon Arrive.*���Roc-kins
Completed.
mittee, said  to  total   nearly
ga��  to  ni- i-uss diftjanding.
___��� No  meeting  waa held,   but a*   one
I alleged   "vigilante"   met   another   on
Edmonds, May 22.���Would It be a | the street or in some business estalb-
wise move on the part of North Bur-   lishment, the matter was quietly lalk-
naby   residents  to    incorporate     the   ed over until by the night the orgu.r.1-
dlstrlct   Into  a  city ?     That   question   "Uicn's hundreds  of  mem/bera gener-
was debated in  the North    Uurnaby ja'l.v knew what had  been   suggested.
���chool house last evening before one       "  ��"�� stated  that   if   didorganica-
of the largest gatherings ever    seen (tion waji effected lt would not be un-
there. til  the attorney general  had   arrived.
Mr. W. J. Holden. who has led the 'Theiu lf tlje committee determined to
fight to grant u franchise to the U.   d.'sband, Jt wm said, its leading mem-
C. E. R.. was the chief spokesman for j ,er�� would offer a 1  the aid   in their
the movement and suggested that the iPower lo the s ate official in addition
San   Diego  to   *******t conditions jiiwco'uTCli'Md'^lt "wm'Vi^M
h.r...   members  of   the  citizens   com-JtS,t R  ���,��� ,for  t���e dups af   t,he  past
two years be sent to the   Vaneouver
com-
2000, be-
The board of works has already
taken steps to control the drainage
system on Lulu island. Hitherto the
entrance gate of the main ditch has
on many occasions been choked up
with driftwood and the flotsam of
the tides, but this, has now been
remedied by the placing of netting
there on both sides.
The council has authorized the
purchase of a pump also in order to
aid in the general scheme now being
union as the credentials tosued to the|?dopted-    VerX often when    a    Jong
Wes.minster   musicians   had   not   yet   ���Kh ude ��omes up on a freshet the
name of the proposed city should be
East Vancouver. Councillor McDonald   opposed   the   motion   to   endorse
to instructing him to protect them
fiom the attacks of the crimes of the
I.  W. W.    It wws tho plan  n-at   only
the proposition and gave several !'r the citizens committee, hut of the
strong points which would have to S(H'|a,"��t* and the attorneys for In-
be settled before they could ever Uus;rlal Workers as well, to offer the
start on such a scheme. According *'tome.v general all pouthie aid and
to the representative of ward five, i" ' ��* the evidence In their possession
the reason the northern portion 0f lo�� *oon as he evidenced a desire for
.the    municipality    had not    received
���greater attention to road work was
that the other districts were more
populated and that up to the present
time the council had not been Justified In making any greater appropriation than has been done. Mr.
Holden's motion waa lost and in ita
plaoe one calling for a committee to
Investigate the problem was carried.
Another meeting is to be held on
Tuesday evening of next week, when
the committee appointed Is expected
to make its report.
JACK CPKJ'EY MAKES   .
HURRY-UP MARRIAGE
East I.as Vegas, N. M,, May 22.���
Jack Curley, manager of Jim Flynn,
anaTMlas Marie Drescher, of Denver,
were married today at a" local hotel
by Judge D. R. Murray. The ceremony was attended by the parents of
the bride-and a few close friends and
was followed by a wedding dinner to
them to do so
The Importance with which San
Dlegana generally regarded the I. W.
W. situation waa shown today in the
hearing of the contempt charges
wliich Attorney Fred H. Moore, asserting he had been hindered in his
efforts to defer.'d persons now awaiting trial on criminal afecusitlon?
growing out of the so-called- "free
speech" campaign, brought agMilnst
J. M. Porter, aMc-gc-d "vigilante" leader.
All three of .the San Diego county
superior court Jurlsti, Judges T. L.
I-icwis prtaldlni, heard-the benrfnnlnir
of the Porter mutter, which after a
nhort session oi; court, -was continued
untll  tomorrow morning.
The i��'tt'ng af three Judges at the
same contempt hei ring was an usual
pr>cedure ir. the flan Die-go superior
court.
been presented.
Increase for Typos.
The typographical union delegate
said that they were not getting
enough pay, all the main offices had
been- rlgred up, and an Increase was
expo-ted to go into force on Aug. I.
The bartenders sre prospering and
have voted to purchase a second lot
of 100 scares li the Labor Temple.
The oouncil de.lded to pay -$"5, second payment, for shares ln this building. /
Reference was made to the death
of Mr. Wl Tarn Wolz, a member of 14
years standing in the dgarmaisers'
un'on.
Th ��� secretary ws appointed correspondent or the B. C. Federatlon-
Ist, In th�� special edition, cf which 16
piges will he devoted to New Westminster.
The May Day committee -wrote
thanV|"g the council for Its voluntary suba-rlptlor. of $10. The history
of att"mpts to   reeuedtate   the   Fed
water In the main ditch between the
city and Richmond municipality can-
hot dlschataje itself into the river,
the gate opening and closing automatically, and so, to overcome this
difficult}', a pump wlll be installed at
the gate to pump the water in the
ditch Into the river when the latter
is at a higher level tban the water in
the ditch.
It was the intention of the board
to instal a 10-Inch oil driven pump,
but It haa been found that this cannot be done tn time, ao that a temporary engine has been arranged for, and
men are now at work putting in the
foundatlona for its reception, and in
a few daya it will be In working
order.
, ln going over tha various ditches
which drain Into thli main ditch. Alderman Kellington atatea that many
were found to be trampled in by
cattle, others filled in with atumps
and garbage, and several which had
no outlet.    There did not appear to
Jury and they quickly decided that
they would like to finish at once if
possible. In summing up the justice
said that the accused's own testimony
was probably the most important, and
In two respects: Did the man really
believe the money was no good; and
if he knew It was good then he
would know that it was not his own.
It was for the Jury then to decide
what the man did with it according
to  the  evidence.
After ihe Bozak Jury had retired,
a Jury was empanelled ready for the
trying of the qase Rex versus Kos-
kmen. Attorney W. F. Hansford will
appear for the accused. When this
caso was called before, It was adjourned to allow counsel to be secured for the prisoner.
Hn mills.
Taken as a whele the situation lavery healthy, and is an indicat on of
the solid ind'us:rial prosperity of
Westminster.
BLOODY WAR ON
���     MEXICAN COASL.
THREAIEN Lift
Of INVKLIGATOR
Women Shu iv in Butchery���American---
Newspaper Man Writes of
Atrocities. *
S. Government  Prosecutor Robin-
��on Warned to Stop Inquiry
Into I. W. W. Case.
union were out'lned.
Illg Contract Tift.
Spokane,   May  22.���F.   L.   Pitman
chief  engineer of the  Oregon-Wash-
Which  a  number   of  prominent   Las   Jngtnn Railroad and Navigation com- liter after 'the lacro��se match
t'dirn ������    iiamiln    <ir>ri,n    Innlinit .. . .    .       ���      .        . . . ...   ' *
eral L<nb->r Cnl^n and MMworkerS" j be a"y sv��tem linking.up these tributary dykes to the general scheme of
drainage. All thla is now beina- aet
right, and the ditchea are being
cleaned out and set In order.
The recent coal atrike In England
has the effect of delaying the arrival
here of the two steam wagons which
are to be used In the delivery of rock
in tho city. Oue of tbem reached the
city on Tueaday. It will haul 4 1-2
yards or alx tona of material itself
and wiil also haul a similar amount
SPECIAL B. C. E. R. SERVICE.
On Victoria Bay More Cars to Handle
Lu crosse Crowds.
The B. C. E. R., arc making grrat
preparations to handle a record crowd
on Victoria Dny. Cars will leave
Vanoouver via Central Park every   16
minutes. In addition to this a large on the trailer, its capac ty up a 17
number of speciais wil! be held In per cent, grade I. six ton? but the
readiness at Vancouver to accommo- highest grade It will be called upon
date the crowds sure to attend    the j to tackle will not exceed 16 per cent
lacrosse     match   at
Vegas people werer Invited.
Curley and his bride will accompany Flynn to Albuquerque where,
'next Thursday night, ho will box be-
pany, awarded today to a local firm
of contractors, a contract for the
construction of 10S miles of track
from  Ayer, on the Snake river,    to
championship
Queens park.
In addition to the regular service
on the Ehurno line, special trains will
leave Granville street station at 1 and
1:30  p.m.,  returning  from  Westmin-
fore u firemen's smoker. CVley is Spokane. Tho new line will reduce
promoter of the Flynn-Johnson bout, the mileage between Sookane and
which wlll be staged here July A. Portland about 60 miles. Tha contract1-
Miss Drescher became acquainted price ia J400.000, and the work ia to
With Curley two weeks ago. j be completed ln October.
\
The service on the Uurnaby Lake
lino wlll consist of two car' trains,
leaving Vancouver hourly.
On the Frnser vull-y branch the
regular service will b-> maintained,
extra coaches being provided on the
different trains, a special train will
also  leavve  New  Westminster at  10
-   ���..     ������..,.......aav.   m.   .v   ��.��w��u�� ana a nu
p.m. ror Huntingdon and way points.   In the west end
Los Angeles, May 22.���The United
States grand Jury Inveatlgation into
the affairs of the Industrial Workers
of the World was adjourned yesterday
until Friday morning, but Government Prosecutor Dudley W. Robinson
stated today that he and his associates Were hard at work.
An Incident of the day that served
to "put determination Into the government's officials to go to the bottom" aa one of them expressed it, waa
���the receipt of a note by Mr. Robinson, threatening hist life if he did nol
cease hl^ activity jn the case.
"Stop your Investigation into this
case, or you will turn up missing."
tho note said. It was not signed, and
was written on a dirty scrap of paper
and shoved under the door of Mr.
Robinson's office.
Another note addressed to Detective
Charles de Lacour, of San Francisco,
also threatening his life If he did noi
stop "prosecuting the Industrial
Workers." was received by Lacour
yesterday.
That a great saving will be effected
by  these wagons will  be seen when
it la stated that the coat of running
them, wages and fuel included, Is |T X
Per day,  and  it la  figured   that  one q
can deliver 40 yarda of rock psr dav. In
Delivering rock by    the    old    hot%e
method coste fl per ton.
A beginning haa been made upon
the grading of Rrunette street. Rocking is now completed upon Sixth
street, almost the whole of Hamilton
street ls completed, and rocking has
been  dOno   upon   Hamilton,   Seventh
avenue and a number of short atreet?
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O       Washington       May      22	
Clalmlnt that h6 haa 570 de>-
ga cs to the Chicago convention, or flirty more thati
e '^u:h to asiiro h'-m the
notii-atJon. pr 5-nent -j^., to.
f'ay dec'arod he was gjlng to
N w J r��ey. "O make assurance don'iv s-re." Ui* will
If ve Wa hln-'ton far Phila-
d'lpv,Ja toimn r-iw mor-ilnp.
tt-n'J m-iVe h'r first political
speech at Camden.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 22.���A letter received   today  by Dr.  George C.
Scroggs, of this city, from an American newspaper man in Mazatlan, describes  the  entire population  of tbe
west coast of Mexico as in a state of
terror and   In  the midst  of    bloody,
guerilla warfare.
At Esquinapa, the writer says, the-
women helped    thc    federals    under
General  Ojeda to cut to pieces    the ��� -
rebels under Guerrero, who bad    attacked the town, , -1
"That  women took    machets    and '
killed as many as the federal  men,"
the   writer    asserted.   "Seventy-four
rebels wtre killed.
"The hospitals here are full of
wounded soldiers. Rurales killed SO
bandits at Mocorlto and the other day
rurales from Durango slipped into
Sinaloa and caught the (JulnUro
brothers, so-called bandit leaders.
They killed tbem and 36 of their
men, and recovered a- great portlonv
of the'Culiacan loot. Sixty-live prisoners were abot
"���''On-May 12 the ftift>��l�� sent,out
40 men to bring in Justto tirado,i Sty) ���
came back."
The transport Buford took nineteen American refugees from Aitata.
says the correspondent, and 100 more-
were awaiting the vessel when ho-
wrote the letter, but the great ma���
lority of Americans and British, he-
asserted, refused to leave their pro,
perty.
ooooooooooooooooooo
RHODES   SCHOLARS FOR
AMERICAN  OLYMPIC TEA.V
Now    York,     May     22.���Ho-: rotary
James E. Sullivan, of   the   American
Olympic   committee,   received   a   request today frtmi  W. A. Zelgler and
R. L. Lange, Rhodes scholars at   Oxford  Unlv��raity,   England,  to   be  entered as    memlbers    of the American]
team in the Olympic .games at Stockholm.   They say they have been" first ���
string men In their events for OxfeVrd'
against Cambridge  for  the  last   tw��-
years.
Lange la a sprinter from Oklahoma,
and Zelg]*r from Iowa, is a weight-
thrower. They pruibaly win be entered by the American committta* ���j
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WESTMIHSTER DAILY NEWS
;
THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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��� RATES.
��� One cent per word for day.
Four   cents   per   word   per
week.
���   No   advertisement   accepted
tor leas than 25c.
Birth,   death   and   marriage
notices BOc per insertion.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
"WANTBD���PANEL CUTTER, ALSO
t6amster. Walsh Sash and Dour
l^actory.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���TWO OR TH'RHE
nished housekeeping rooms.
Third   avenue.
FUttt-
IJ'20
TO    RENT��� EURNI SHIED
408 Agnes sireet.
ROMMtf.
UKM-X'TIVE  MACHIXKltY.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Ap.-
ply 'ill Tenth street.
���WANTED���TO RENT ABOUT A 3-
room house. Address Box 67, DaMy
News office.
WANTED���GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
and cooking. Apply 409 Queens
avenue.
-WANTED ��� GENERA!,, SERVANT
for family of three ' adults. 221
Royal  avenue.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   iiti Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
���WANTED ��� A ROOM WITH THE
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by plain work-
Ingman. Please stats terms. Address Box 77,  Daily News office.
WYNTED - A WAITRESS. APPLI
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. R
depot:
FOR SALE
FDR SALE���HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
tuie. Mrs. James Adams, 1019
Edinburgh street.
li'OR  SALE ��� GASOLINE   ENGINE,
sei-ond hand, o 1-2 horsepower
"Cov.ip;" thorough working order;
complete with shafting propeller
any reverse gear; cheap for cash.
A-pply Kirks Hardware.
FOR SALE���FTVdH ACRES, CRES-
cent Reach summer re?ort, $230
per acre. Box (>6, Newa office.
<SFOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 464 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposito Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
TO RENT���FURNISHED Housekeeping rooms at.. 224 Seventh
Street.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� BELOW WKSTMINi-'TER
bridge, green-painted canoe, length
15 or 17 feet. H. P. Keary, 72
First sireet.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
ACRE   BLGCKSi,
Uivi.- you  .seen  those (JeSipslble
acre Wofeks we ate selling on
the Vale Road a Lout 4 1-2
mites from New Westminister?
Tiiis property includes blocks
2, :!, 4, 5, 6 and 7 uf su'xihi-
-i'ii. portion . of Northeasi
Qi :.r;er Section. T. P. 2. The
soil Is Bi3 good soil as to lie
found anywhere in that sec-
V.,<::.     The  terms are:
Cause of Accident   at   Seattle- When
Two Drown.
Seattle, May 22.���To overhaul, all
dorlc machinery in the city and order
radical changes in its design,, members of the state public service commission will hold a special session
in this city immediately. The decision to order radical changes in
dock mechanism followed the verdict
uf a coroner's jury yesterday holding
the Colman Dock company guilty of
carelessness and negligence for the
disaster Sunday, when sixty persons
were plunged into Elliott buy and two
drowned.
Henry L. Gray, engineer for the
commission, ,held a conference yesterday with Mayor Cotterill antl Superintendent Of Buildings R. II. Ober to
discuss the dock situation. The question of jurisdiction over the clocks
is~st'ill unsettled. The city officials
and the representative of. the state
commission, however; agreed to work
in harmony.
Two men wham Superintendent
Ober sent out yesterday to inspect
other dock machinery in the city-
used for transshipping passengers,
reported that a number of other slips,
both on the Colman. dock and the
Northern Pacilic dock, were operated
in precisely the same manner as the
one which collapsed Sunday.
They recommended that some
safety brake mechanism should be
affixed to the cogs to prevent them
from turning should they slip from
the flanges of the worms, as In the
case of the slip which fell.
Mr. Ober and Mr. Gray will make
a personal inspection of the machinery today to formulate recommendations for changes in the machinery whicli will liu passed on by
the state commission.
The  logical remedy    is,  therefore,  to
take steps to atamp out the disease.
What then can be done to remedy
such an evil? In the first plaice,
there is an almost general need for-
better lighted and better ventilated
stii'hles. ln the- st-cond p".uce, the tuberculosis test should come into universal use. This should be fell owed.
toy the segregation of animals reacting from the test, and if the cases
are advanced,. the-Cr slaughter may be
advisable. And thirdly, a, comprehensive system of ment inspection for the
home market fe au Immediate wees-
lty.
W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonee, Offlct 15 and 1��.
iros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRE88EP BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
is ��� . . n
TUBERCULOSIS   IX   CATTLE.
1 ���Ev-
iSion   ha
; rculos!
$300
balance
acre,
12, 18
one-nuarter    cash,
and  21  months.
3?OR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down.
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
We  will  sell  you
acres  as  you   wish.
one   or lus   many
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 659.
L08T.
JL/JBT OOU) "WATCH  AND  FOB IN
-Weatmlnster   or     on  car.        Flnfter
please   communicate     with     Maude
.    M.   foster,   614   Pender  street west,
���or iphor.e    Seiymour  7992,  and    receive  reward.
NOTICE!
SINGING TEACHER.
To Whom It Mny Cortcern.���Take
notice that' my wife, Annie Stephenson, havlr.g lett my bed anil Iboard, I
shal not be responsible for any debts
Incurred by her from the date hereof.
JOHN    CHARLES    STEPHENSON.
Strawberry   Hill.   P.O,
I>atffd April 30, 1912.
Wanted���Teacher for singing in the
Kew Westminster schools, duties to
���commence September 1. Applications
���stating qualifications and salary required lo reach the secretary's office
aiot later than noon of June 30.
L. AVORY  WHITE,
���Secretary  Board of Scliool  Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
CITY OF NKW WESTMTX8TKR.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned  up  to   5   p.m.   on   Monday,
the 27th Inst., for the supply  of one
Auto-Combination      Ambulance    and
Police Patrol Wagon.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
.sarily accepted.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
May  21st,  1912.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 30, in the
City of New Westminster:.
Whereas rroof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 10432A, Issued in the name of Chrlsto'-her
Brown, has been  flied  lft this office
Notice is heieby plven that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newsparer published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Can   Be   Tinn-miltid   to IV
tout of Disease.
The conservnu.n commi
She following t> say on tu
in  cattle:
Tuibereulosig   Is  ene   of   the   mosl
coinmo-i diseases tint   attack   cattle.
It is aim the mo.-t common, and perhaps    nv.'st     dreaded     mala'Jy    with
which man has to contend.     Further,
the ("i ease is contagious, and IS rearl-
i y tr.ir.sniittrd   i'r.im cow to cou- In a
herd,   or   jicner.illy   slow   and     for   a
eorsidera'dc   time   may   be   Iftiprecffp-
lib'e, so that It if frequently well ad-
v iv��� od- bt/f r��  any . yrpptniiis  are   n i-
cJcealb'le.      Fovine    tubtr 1 s    usu.i'ly
gain  entrance  to  the human   system
(through eating ot disease 1 moats,  or
the  drinkinp  of milk   obtained    from
.-   ,v>-  whose  u;l<.'ers  are    tUbeiWulpsls.
As  a  cins-qui nco.   pulmonary    tuiber-
cu'osis,   the   most   common     form   .In
man, ta not usually transmitted from
citt'e.    Nevertheless,  medical authorities state  thit  veiy   many  cssee    "r
tuberculosis   may   he   traced  'direct   to
tliiw course   ot   lnfoctlon.
"Botvlnts     itili.-r. ul.ils       �������,;   ii.-        mre
necessarily     incomplete    anil     pi- .*iui>i
this   partly   exj-lalns    the    apathy   and
���Cl ptlc'.sm   of   farraer.i  as  to   the   danger of the disease.    It is known, new-
ever,  that dairy catt'e and  pure Ired
cattle are moie susceptible to the dlo- i
ea?e than are  the beef types, s >ec! tl- :
ly if they are housed for :ome month* i
every year.    It  is   known,    t'��>,    that
the  dlseiJe   may   be  found    In   ev. ry I
a^ri -u'tirr.il    community   ln    America, I
and  ir.  a  numiber of Eu -opean  coun- '
tiles.     In   the   I'n'ted   Stites,   govern- I
ment experts assert  that ten per cent j
of da'ry animais, and one iper cent of j
beef  animals   are   affected    by   tuber- I
culosis,      This    mears   an   estimated
economic  loss  annually   ti  tho   farm-j
ens of the L'nited   States   of $14,000,- '
000.    There  Is  no reason   to suppose
that the  loss  in  Canada   la any   less
proportionally.
In fact, there Is every reason to
suppose that conditions a-e much
worse In Canada. Canada has no eif-
fiSCtlVe s.wtem of Inspectinif meats
ror homo c.msumptlon; the tuberculin
Second Hand Store
McDONALD A SMITH.
P>uy and sell new and
goods of all kinds,   Too
<M) Mclnnes Street,
cond    hand
specially.
Phone ioiiii.
Land
minster,
Registry OfTice, New
B.  ('..  May  11,  1012.
West-1
INVESTORS'
Phone 293
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Block
.Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a squire   deal    on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone  R 619.
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
���will resume business about May 27
Hn premises nt t'.ie corner of Carnarvon nnd  McKenzie streets,
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subd 'visions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
JBOX 199, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
TO RENT���Two good houses, one on
I ondon street, six tooms, losses
sion Juno 1, $'j:> per months; one
house    od    Fifth    avenue,    sovei
rooms,   modern:   immeliatc  posse;;
sion; $'.'.i. ier month,
MERC'S A NIFTY BUY���C6mfort��bl��
littlo lion ������ 0-1 Tenth avenue,. io'
K0xl32, I-.iv ni rear. All beautiful!
clearo I; planted out in f ill bearing
etrawberrlss and oilier smell fruits
I ou.ie v iii lent. Ior $14 a inonli
Th*eo minutes f'om car. Prlc.
fciono; RfiOO cash, halaijce G, 13 nml
18 months,   No. 40.
It <t Is eulte unknown In many d!s-
(r'cts. and cattie are frequently hnim-
ed for half the year in dan;, lll-v<-n-
t luted  siabl-9.     It  Is  tn  be    nipposet)
where sueh prima-y safeguards era
negle' te i tbat the eoonom'e loss will
iurt bn much greater than in a i n:r.-
try whers c-re '���������* tnken.    Is  It  not   (vf
v'tal    Importance    to   Canadians   to
*t.>i> the .'���ale of mfl'ions of il-l'a-s
worth or diseased me-t and dairy
products every year'.' Of course, the
country can 111 afford to have such
ireii-.e!-.d< u* losses ia Its food supply,
'    for    $3000,   five
evcept     furnace
and IS months lo.
HOUSE   AND   LO
rooms modern
t! Inl cash: 6, 12
bai a nee.   N'o, :::.
ALL MODERN BUNGALOW, 1(3850,
on Dublin itreet: -.vill located:
third cash; B, !.: months.    No. is.
SEVENTH AVENUE ��� Lot hetween
Second ni'.ri Fourth streets on south
Fide: tlCOO, thi.d caah; terms.
No. 32,
TEN'MORS FOB UK.II SCHO Ofj
ren-
:|   tO
ON  CIGM
lng lot,
No. G.
HENRY ETREET, EDMOND8-
lots   50x!��0,   for   $S2S   each,
are worth iool-.ln:; Into.    No
CHO:crr BUi'_D'NC LOT. eorrdr ��'
Patrick's and second street, $."11100
size 132x120,    No. 44.
TH   AVENUE���Large build-
lane at  rear, |01B;  terms.
Seven
These
X.
rec
atirii
Bl
ind
Flre,  incident,
Auto, Plate
INVESTORS'
Phone 2S5
Employees' Llabllltj
Glass  Insurance.
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Clock
Bealed lenders superscribed
il- r toriHlgh Bchool" and addn
I.. Avory White, 'Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will b-
received u-p to ���"> p, m. or WeJnesJay,
1 '-'(li of .lune, mu, (or the erection
nd completion of a three-storj briok
and stone School, to be er <-;.>ii on
Tlpperary, Royal avenue, New W
minster,
Boparate tenders will
fo* elec'rie llgtitlhg and
ventilating',
Plans and  specifications    can    be
obtained on application to die linder-
"iglied  en  rrvcei; t  of a  df. Pi'    i f  $10
which win be refunded nn the return
of plans, Bach tender must h ��� accompanied V an accepto i
cheque nr certificate of deposit
Chartered bank  In Canada, lnade
able in the Secretary of the
Westminster Bohool Board, fer a
aqua.] i i live (11 sie;- ,- mt, of his
ib-r. which shall be forfeited If
party tendering decline to enter
contracl when called upon t'i do so.
The cheques er certificates nf deposit
<>r unsuccessful tenderers will be returned ie iin-ill   upon  the signing of
the  contracl.
The lowesl nr nny lender not necessarily accepted,
OAUIUNl-i'i ,':��� MHJRCBR,
Architects lo the School Trustees,
New Westminster,  B,C.
b >nk
on   a
i pay-
New
sum
tenths
Into
ssaaaw���b������aW
urnishings
LJUBMCJiiiWTHrtviBKana
You WiSS Need a New Outfit for
This stoic ha- n reputation for soiling the Boat of Clothes, and wc- hava
sained it by giving every customer���no matter what price ho may pay
for liis clothes���a little more than   he Is apt to expect,
A BETTER GRADE OF MATERIAL AVI) A GREATER VAHH.TY Tt)
CHOOSE PROM.
Suits :U $V2.Ml, $15.00, $18.00, $20 .00, ui> to fjfl
i.OO.
STRAW HIS end PANAM
for
the cool, comfortable straw Hat* that    you've   been   looking
;nv showing every brand   that Is now ia iho good graWs of
i-iiion. in nil the newest Bhapes.
Uate
We
Straw Hats, S1.00, Sl.r.o, $2.00, $3.00, to S">.<n> llu
and $15.00 tin
u.i.
Panamas, $.*>.i;;i. 53.00, $10.00, $1
.oo
Hat,
The Best Always
cDonald
The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street.
Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers
RAY CASH, BT  WILL  RAY   YOU
HURSDAY
CIALS
$2.50
18c
Apples, this year's crop, worth $3.00, Today
Only a few left, Hurry !
We still have a small quantity of Bacon to sell at
per pound, but it will soon be off the market.
Two lib. jars of Marmalade, standard quality,  actual
value 50c., for - - P    "    - 2^c
IGoz. pkgs. Raisins, regular 2 for 25c, Today 3 for 25c
Tails of Salmon, 1 lb. tins, reg. 20c, Today - 2 for 25c
Coffee is on the rise, and for the last time we will offer
our regular 35c fresh ground Coffee, at per pound  25c
Corn on Cob, gallon tins, reg. 75c, Today      ��� -      65c
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Fresh Sliced Ox-Tongue, per lb.
Fresh Sliced Cooked Ham, per lb. '
Fresh Sliced Bacon, per lb.
Fresh Sliced No. 1 Ham, per lb.
Dill Pickles, per dozen
Pig's Feet, new pack, per lb.
; 60c
-     40c
35c
35c
H
25c
15c
L. L. ADAMS.
3
a_%
3 8th Street
CASH GROCERS
"THE Vrl'IT,; FRONT"
Stores
S. K. i;;t,i;<;s.
Phone 2
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTEE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRI
��� T3 �� _ o
ities oi
��
jrmn��' '��ii jntf"f-jii'i;.j��iiii a* umumiji.mmsmr*iiitajnm*a.mtji!Mmrxm
Search tiie w��rM of invention from A to Z and y<ni will find tliat every labor-saving device has been instantly accepted bv the business public, while the corpora-
iions owning and niaimfacturing commodities with thes- pntented devices have ahvavs heen a success, and the men who have' financed and the people wlio have invested tlieir money m the shares of the companj have made fortunes. * '     '
DO YOU GRASP WHAT WE MEAN ?    .
Can you see the groat and enormous possibilities the Dominion Match Co., Ltd., of New Westminster, have, by using the "Parker Continuous Process." in the
making oi matches ���'
Do you realize what a saving of men SO per cent, means in the cost of making matches ���
Do you realize that by "Parker's Continuous Process" it will make obsolete and out of date, the machinery that is new used ?
JJo you know that it only takes about SOpeople to make a carload of matches with "Parker's Continuous Process," and that it takes about 300 peopio to make a
carioaa ol matches with the method and machinery nov used bv other match manufacturers ? ,
Don't you see plainly what it means to tlie stockholders of tlie Dominion Match Co., Ltd. ?
Cannot you understand that the more you save in the making of a commodity, the larger the dividends ?
Do you knew that the Pominion Match Co., Ltd., owns the patents for making matches by "Parker's Continuous Process ?"
Jnst as water seeks the level, so does every labor-saving invention replace a slower, more costly and less effective svstem
^Parker s Continuous Process" will revolutionise the match industry of the world.
.  "Parker's Continuous Process" for making matches will gradually supercede the other methods of making matches, and if vou have the foresight to see into tho
future, and invest in the shares of the Dominion Match Co., Ltd., of New Westminster, B.C., you will be one that will share in the great reward bv the increased
valuation ot the stock and the dividends that are bound to come.
('all and see for youreelf, believe your own eyes, let us show von the truth of our statements. When you want your watch repaired don't go to a blacksmith.
Uiien von want information and facts regarding the "Parker's Continuous Process" for making matches, don't listen to the outsider, but come and see us then
judge for yourself. .
A match making machine is on exhibition at White & Shiles' Real Estate Office, 746 Columbia Street, New AVestm inster.   Come and see it work
We will be pleased to take yon out to see the factory, which is now being built. '      ���
Fill out the coupon below, and mail it at once and we will send you, free of cost, a booklet, giving the mimes of the officers and directors and full information.
FRED PHILLIPS, Sales Manager
746 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
FRED  PHILLIPS.  Sales  Manager,
74 6   Columbia  Streel,  New Westminster, B.C.
Dear Sir.
Please send rre your booklet, giving full information regar.linK
the Dominion Motch, Co., Ltd., and "Parker's Continuous Process."
Same to be sent   to mo free of costs.
NAME
STREiCT  (give number)
TOWN  	
OCCUPATION'
Give Address  'n   full.
"���"��� *****iit Jim ui, i 4��mr��
JJ
AttHKWT < uu illicit roa
itlii'.l* 1N<i   VASKtOBVKB
Rnallle, May 22.���Pi-rcV Young, a.
-chauffeur, in held at police headquarters mi an opan charge und withoul
bull iih Uo riBult of a robbery report
Hied b.v \V. A. DiiUani, n Yaniouvi.-.
Il.l',, t-ult sunn, who claims to have
been cellared of $50 in a taxk-nb early
j-i-Hti-.rduy morning. Dallam's story is
that he iv.-iH about town Mommy night
wilh a chance acquaintance, and tout
several hours after meeting Ills com.-;
panlon Ihe man assaulted him ln a
taxicab, Inflicting scalp wounds and
throwing him In the street after ho
had   been  rubbed.
D&Uaati (declares-that he called to
ihe chauffeur for help, but "rbcelved
no reply. Dallam was picked up on
Kirst avenue south by Dennis Miles,
of Vancouver, and re/no veil to the
city hospiial, Atti later tp the Seattle
hotel.
Young     was     arrested     yesterday
.Hfternlon   by  Dolcctlves  M.  J.  MeNa-
mee and Jlen Cornellson.  Young says
he    drove    Uallam    around the    city
Monday   nl��hi.   and   during   ills   tour
visited   the   Waiters'   club.     He  says
Diillain  and  liis  companion     bought
.liquor  there.    A.  Arnemnn, a waller
employed   by the  cluh,   wmb ^-rested
on a charge of selling liquor without
ji  license,     lie det>osite\l  |f>0  ball for
ills   appcurance   yesterday.     The   bail
was forfeited.
lol.ind  having sent In ovtr 70 papers, i
MAX I     iihe   re-port   at   tho   3udscn wllV     toeT
'*HljmltteA   lo   President  Kerr  on  Juim '
1. anil Wa bfe made ipu'.iUu three
ti Ur days later. Thi.- gold; silver-
ond  silver     medals.   oCeri d     f;.r
or I
sflt
the V
thru.-   best   papt-r>\   will   lie     engraved
with   the   name*   of  the   winners.
It Is Mr. Kerr's Intention t> present from 50 to 100 souvenir pin* to
ohiidren whme essays hav-�� reached
a certjln s andard of merit, the selection of these being- left in tie hands
of l'he Judges.
"I am moie that, satisfied u-Ith the
Interest taken- by the children in this
competition," slid President Kerr
yesterday, in discussing the <success
fiat had attended th s competi.1on.
"I feel that If we have the chiblreT
with us we will be able to mak��j'"more
rapid   headway  wtth  our  proposal   to
build a hlvshivay ncrisj  Canada,    because what the   children   want   they
generally got, ar.d  If during the plastic period the mln'ds ot the   children
are moulded to realize the advantage I
of "Good Roads," the   result of   thiB
will be seen in later years, and Canada na a whale will be benefited."
ROAM INTE3UBST lIIII.IWKX.
Hundreds of li���a.vs Received !>>' Sce-
rotary of lllgliua.Y As-oi-fntlon.
That the children throughout Canada  are  taking  the   keenest   interest
la  the Improvement of roads is evident from the number of essays    received by P. VV. Luce, secretary of the
Canadian   Highway     association,     In
competition lor the gold medal    and
othor prlr.es offered  by President W.
J. Kerr for the essays on "What Oood
Roads Mean  to    Canada."    On    tho
closing date  of tho competition     482
essays h id 'been received.    These varied la length from one hundred and
forty to sixteen  hundred words. Some
of Wit pniptrs have all the eirmarkd
of careful   p-e-paratlon   and   revision, i
and lhe three Judges who have been I*��� AVashlngton  Brdgcs.
selected to adjudicate upon the merits ! Pfattlo, May 22.���George Walsh, a
have a hard -ask before them. Rough- property owner on the east side of
ly spalklng It U pro,ba01e Ml it one- Lake Washington, in behalf of hlm-
quarter of'the papers will be t/hrewn ������' ��n<> others similarly situated, has
out on the fir-t reading.
It Is expected  li.it    It
True  Advertising:.
Dallas, Texas, May 22.���The necessity for iibsoluto truth In advertising
was the keynote of today's discussions
in the eighth annual convention of the
Associated Advertising Clubs of
America. Tho demand for high moral
and ethical character in advertising
ls one of the rapidly developing features of the meeting. The day closed
wlth\a formal reception to President
Qeorge W. Coleman.'
San Francisco, Baltimore and Toronto men continue to spring surprises in their campaigns for the next
convention.
Richard H. Waldo, of New York;
declared the' only successful advertising was "clean advertising."
Rollln c. Ayres, of San Francisco,
pointed out how to eliminate mistakes
In  commercial  i��JvertUlng  literature.
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Cards
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Fraser Valley .Branch.
The   B.   C.   Electric  Railway
offers special  reduced rates of
a fare and one-third to ail stations   on its    Westminster    to
Chilliwack    line    for    Yictoria
-Day,  good   for  return  passage
until May 2 7.    This is a splendid opportunity for picnic parties to spend a pleasant outing
at  the, different  points at low
cost.
Trains will leave depot, Columbia and Eighth streets, at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 p.m., 4:05 p.m.
(for Huntingdon and way���
points) and 6:10 p.m. special
train will leave New Westmin.
ster at 10 p.m. for Huntingdon
and way points.
WEEK  END TRIP
TO CHILLIWACK.
On Saturday and Sunday
tickets covering the round trip
fro m.N'ew Westminster to all
Points on the line wllf be offered at a fare and a third. This
makes the round trip rate to
Chilliwack   only  $2.46.
Trains leave B. C. E. R. Co.
depot at 9:80 a.m., 1:20 and
6:10 p.m. Return trains are so
timed that the trip may bo
made in a day wtth a. stop-over
of several hours at Chilliwack.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
WILLIAM    McsCALL,
Of the McCall Trld. nt lhe Royal Theater Todaj-.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
���will require
the entire tiwte of the Judges for al
least two days to go through all the
es'tys, and that the itnal selection
will be a matter of considerable difficulty.
J'Jdmon'toii. Ni4>on and North Van-
���fllver are ttie cities that have sent
Jn the largest num'ber nf esanys; nearly 60 having been received from tho
first-named   town.   AlmoBt   every  city
asked the county commissioners to
refer to lhe people a proposition to
vote $50,000 in 'bonds for ��� t^-o
bridges across Lake Washington,
from the mainland to Bailey Peninsula to Mercer Island, and from the
Island to thf) east shore of the lake.
County Commissioner A.. L. Rutherford, whoO* opposed-to further expenditure of county money for county
ferries, favors the project, but holds
that it wlll take soirle years for    thc
Tenders for Storm Sewers.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
StOTm Sewers to be constructed under four (4) different contracts, in
the following areas:
Area 1���First and Second Streeta
Area 2���-Fourth Street.
Area. 3���Fifth Street.
Area 4���Sixth Street.
Plans, spoclflcfltlons and furtho'
information can be obtained in the
office of the City Fngineer.
Tenders to be delivered to the undersigned not lat��r than 5 o'clock on
tile 27 th day of May, 1912, accom
pnnled by a chech for 5 per cent, o'
the amount of tender.'-
The lowest tender not necesaaiiily
accepted. ' .
W. A. DUNCAN'.
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City Hall, May 1(1, 1912.
The Seminary Property
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the list of entr.ints.   A gratifying fea- constructed    and    the    people to get
tur* of this competition hus Ibeer. the ready    for    it.    Commissioner M. L.
Interest taken bv the children of the Hamilton, representing the south dls-
marltlnie    provinces.    Nova     8cotla, trlot, and \yho Jives .at    Oeorgetown,
Few Brunswick and . Prlnco   Edward alio favors It,     u        , .       k
Have Your Breakfast Today nt
Davies* Cafe
Corner Columbia and Eighth Streets.
Best Coffee In City. New Laid JSfgs.
LANE.
Nine of these lots must be sold at once.   No reason-
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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militarism: and defence.
The Methodist conference at Victoria ls considering tho passing ot a
-Resolution protesting against the revival of a spirit of militarism in Can-
-aada. The necessity of this resolution
seems to us to be doubtful, for we
-cannot see where such a spirit Is heing fostered in this country. As one
of the speakers at the conference
pointed cut, it is important to distinguish between militarism and national defence. The first is always
undesirable, the second is one of the
.first duties of a citizen.
Hut  to  draw  forth  sueh
An   Animal   Dinner.
That poets and artists can "rag
it" with as much zest as medical
students is shown by the exploits of
the forty members of the new Studio
Club in London. They are to hold
every month a "freak" dinner. At
Iheir lirst all the guests, including
several women, came as animals, and
dogs were brought dressed as humans.
The waiters represented animal trainers.
A well-known woman novelist came
as an ichthyosaurus. Mr. K. Storer,
aecretary of the club, made up as an
Elephant. Miss M. Chepstow came
as a leopard, and another poet disguised herself as a Chinese pig.
Others represented lions, doRi,
monkeys, cats, and other four-footed
ureatures. The menu, which was
otherwise normal, included, "rabbits'
food" and other provender. Dessert
had to be "begged for" by the animals. To maintain the realism, the
slephant had td keep- on trumpeting.
Hie lions roaring, the donkeys braying, the dogs barking, the cats mewing���all had to act their parts.
Following the dinner came a dance.
The ichthyosaurus, emitting reptilian
Dries, waltzed with the lion, the pianist, dressed as a clockwork top, banged the piano.
"Stop!" cried the master of ceremonies, "make room for the caterpillar race!" And, panting with their
exertions, the poets watched a race
between a clockwork caterpillar and a
jumping frog, with rapt faces.
ROYAL
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The only Baking Powder made
from Royal C rape Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Swift's   Joke   on   r*-r'.ridge.
Partridge, the almanac maker, who
taught Old Moore  his business, will
ba  remembered  as  the victim  of an
extraordinary   practical   joke   played
protest I on him by Dean Swift.
from the conference there must be | Against Partridge's almanac for 1703
-some change taking place in this the dean published a rival almanac,
tountry with regard to arms. That predicting Partridge's death on Marcli
this change is not the birth of mill- j 29, about 11 at night, of a raging fev-
tarjsm. we ourselves ure convinced, er. And on March 30 appeared a
Thnt it is the creation of a manly pamphlet giving an account of the
spirit of national defence, we sincere- I almanac maker's death, with his con-
ly hope. Cession that he was an impostor. This
The collecting together  of  boys in j was followed by Swift's "JSlegy on the
campa was specially signalled  out in j Death   of   Mr.   Partridge,"   which   so
indulged, in is the venture for life.
Flattery to her Is obnoxious, while
allusion to her personal charms
wouid be met with deserved resentment, lt must not be Inferred from
this that tihe is entirely devoid of all
th" charms that'make woman attractive. Far from it. It is her extreme
honesty to herself and to others that
makes her taboo many traits prominent ir. her sisters, who 'have been
reared' In the center of the social
whirl. She is the real and not the
one who has been spol'ed by the embracing of the artificial. From Infancy her hors>e and her gun are her
pluymates until she arrives at the
age of desire for enlightenment and
when her co'.'lege da.\s are over ebe is
back on th ranch from the eastern
institution of learning with She love
for the playmates of her earlier days
increased a thousand fold. It is a silent admiration  that  Is bestowed   up
on her at social functions of the other
ranches or at the more- pretentious
gatherings in ttie cities. She does
not. become fascinated with the swell
society man. Ills blandishments are
all lost on her. lie is just endured.
In .her little suit of buckskin or corduroy when the cowihoys are rounding
up the cattle and showing their ex.
pertnesa wii'h rope and gun; when
t.iey are dashing with neck risking
speed over the prairies she will show
Interest and confer more compliments than to the society beaus of tiie
drawing room. It Is ihe real thit up-
peals to her and not the artificial.
When the 131 Ranch Heal Wild
West Show comes here May 28, there
will be a bevy ot the real cowgirls
with it and many of them have
friends in this Vicinity who were
school companions during the School
days of the cowgirl. Many pleasing
little reunions h ive  been  panned.
HIGH
and DRY
7 LOTS IN CITY
ABOUT 2 BLOCKS FROM CAR
Price $350 Each
For Quick Sale. Easy Terms
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It la the atuff that tb* foun
datlons of wealth and happiness aro built of.
Money may be uaed in two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now aud to Invest for what ahall be needed In tha fu
ture.   Money cannot be Invested until it la flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINQ8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
ift  resolutions  for eondemna- 'completed the deception that the Sta-
tha conference, owing appar- 1 tmners' company struck Partridge off
the rolls and applied for an injunction against the publication of almanacs in bis name.
Partridge  advertised that he  "was
not only alive, but was also alive upon March 29."    But no one believed j
him.
tho  dr
lion b.v 	
e-ntly.to a  fear  that   in  such  camps |
Xhe boys would J>e fired  with an ag- I
Xressive martial ardor that would en-
��langer   their  peaceful   outlook   upon
life     ln  this  the  meeting seems    to
us  to  have  shown  a  grievous  niisun-
<Icrstand;ng of    human     nature.    In
camps boys  loarn discipline, a lesson
most sadly   neglected   in   most  Western  homes.     That discipline  leads  lo
sb* self-c.inirol  and  a  confidence that
���Are the greatest guarantees of peaceful  and  orderly  behavior  known     to
mankind.     In   times  of  trouble,  it  is
not the man who ha.s learned hot/ to
fight and knows what fighting m.-ans
���thnt  makes   the     trouble.     He     will
.generally be found keeping order and
.preventing other  people  from   losing
iheir  heads  while  the  inexperienced,
-undisciplined  man blusters into danger at or.ee, not  knowing what he is
going  up agWIWet and  therefore  acting recklessly and foolishly.
Militarism is a very different thing
from military training. Militarism can
toe seen in a country like Germany
in many sides of* life, where the
soldier is grunted privileges which the
civilian ha> not .sot an* tl\�� uniform .
��a.rrie.B wlUi lt B.n InTluenee In civil 1
life that Ib hardly duo to It.
Result*   auch   as   these,      however,
��-.ann��t be feared from the pollcy    of
-Colonel Sam Hughes.    As we understand tha: pollcy, the colonel is simply trying tu instil into the Canadian
nation  a  realization  of  the  necessity
���of being prepared for defence and of
the value and dignity of the power of
self-defence.. tb     the    people    as    a
whole and to each citizen as an    individual.   This object ls a worthy one.
It reRts  Wlthvthe   common   sense  of
the nation   to  prevent  it  lining over-
.grown  by militarism    and    in    that
common cense along this line at any
.rate, we have Complete confidence.
Took the Gift Without Thanks.
The name of W. H. Alexander ia
| practically an unknown one in England, yet he it was who gave to the
country t.ie enormous sum of $<luO,()00
for the purpose of building the National Portrait Gallery. Tlie only recognition he asked fer this munificent
gift was that he might have an autograph letter from Queen Victoria giving expression to the nation's gratitude. It is more than remarkablo
that up to the time of his death this
modest request had not been granted,
and no recognition was made of Lis
handsome gilt. It is surmi-ed tbat I
this simple wish was reve.- laid befoie
the Queen.���Pearson's.
THE    REAL    COWGIRL,
"Thc (frowning fatality which oc-
��� curred yeattrflay aifternoon from the
���wharf at the1' foot of Sixth .stree-t,
-main rtioniB ~*khe necessity of having
some kind of a life-saving apparatus
-i Ioiir t,iji.- *<uurfroni.
A'ithoii-gh 11 would seem that yesterday the deceased made no effort
at all to save himself, yet hid he
done so, a bystander would have been
unable to render assistance unless in
-a boat* '��� >
Life bells aptl, lines should be placed al one-i nn al1 tin- wharves ::|onu'
the waterfront. The Fraser i.s a dangerous ri\er, and speedy assistance
from shore iS the inly way of saving
the 41 fe of anyone falling In. To jump
in sifter hlm "is lfi ri-k a second life,
wlrh little chance of waving the lirst-
TY\�� im-preawlon tlhat ini** 1>8en
Blven of the <i��wkIt\ la most Otc'.cledly
contrasted by the vbi\ cowgirl t>iat La
seen with the 101 Ranch Real Wild
West Show. She ia not the holder.
that has been plct-Jre-l in fiction and
1/y artists whose only knmvedge of
thia beautiful type of the American
woman ls imagination. She i.i a
beautiful composite of a pfc:-fect woman reared in the lap cf nature, w'.iose
rou-gih edg, s have been smoothed
down by a college education, A fearless, muscuiar and graceful daughter
of the iplains in 1 ngerie. possessing
just enough of the mannsh to brln*
out promlni ntly the gentler traits of
her sex and conspicuously set forth
the unadulterated types of her perfect womanhood.
There is no mire perfect type of
the real American iv< man than is the
western cowgirl. Serious f'lrtat'ons.
she has no knowledge of. Matrimony
tt her is a sacred institution that or.ee
*:xu��Kii\\r   swi-.iu:   rAirsiw
DISTURBANCE o\   smr.r.T
The huitllirg hut peaceful citizen*
on Columbia -erect were rJdely disturbed i.i.-t evening aAfout live o'cloc-;
t��y a driii.km Swede, who made a
���valiant but fruitless attempt t> hava
his mure p'a-Ord I" the ''W*o's Who"
���isi of 1 cal Boeloty.  Haa . Qustav
whatever  hi'  n une  mav   be.   lirst
trun-icd attentldil in the sto.-i
���ulerson      and    l/USby
or
at-
of  An-
employees   of
whloh  firm,  lirmiy  bu'  orderly ejected him  from  tin   premise?,    llis sec-
"iiiJ at eiupt tt.-enter tho store ni s-
'itattNi thi im modi.-in- Interference of
��� tho pollci oiiir-frs. Pentland and Pit-
-tendrigh responding to the call. The
struggle ihnt ensued "ln-.\ an attond-
im-e erf over two hundred ��p��ctato s,
"ITie oITi ������(! r wi.- liu ally I i di -I In
the local co-ler. bul not until force
lllld   lire I   ctiii-Vn'   fl,    t :l    i     -'i ll
1 >. ani 1 ���- and a'so r<- i :>,-) -i- <������  . entered in    -fie    bloti' r,    The i adl will
probn.blv ma'c i   i- pur.i foment lil the
-f rime  lbs nirr-in?.
Fivi:',��lT"a"    r<"'fn    Ami i-i,-���mi.
PM-h��, Mny fi*  -Oeorge   S   ''���  :i-n-
-I'-cr,   1'V-   io dille'-.vc) [hi    di irijiI  'i   - f
Eng'n   i and  i'Y.m o, 6t Pi a��e-i  V
Irfvwli-.    t'ie    .Mn. rl- i'i      Kiiildb'-iveili')-
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has
fan she draw a che
The modern housewife
a bank account. It means
money saved and a Ci rrect accounting for money expended.
Xo guessing how much the
household expenses are when
you  huve u plieque book to re-
fi r to.
The People's Trust Company
will be glad lo have your wife's
ii IC( -jut and will lake paino to
Bhow her how to conduct har
li inking,
Sj
can
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with   a.i low aa $l.oo.
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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TO SERVE WRIT
the selection worthv of favoiaile
comment and the fans may rest assured that a syuare deal will be
handed out to both clubs In the
league.
IiALONDK   VXIlER    COVKR
Wily   Frenchman   ordered   Out   of
Sight by Con.
It's a safe bet that Newsy   Lalonde
was not seen  on  the streets   of Van-
 I couver last evening.    An noon as Con
| Jones got wise to the presence of var-
Uob   Fleming   After   Coast  Players��� ! i,JUS wrlts belnS Issued for Now Westminster  players,   he at  once  ordered
pasb rrvB
THE
Write Against 1*ju and
Cliff.
I'll
The threatening which Bodj Flem-
the wily Frenchman to cover, and
there he will remain until aftqr 1)
o'clock this morning. Ever since
Jores broke off friendly relations
with Charlie Querrie, the fans ln this
Tiroviniee   have  been   expecting   any-
$I5S^SUITS SATISFY
731   COLUMBIA    -STREET
ii'S,  the owner of the Torontos,   has tihin-g. short  of an   earthquake!^   -   ii
breathed      out      to     lacrosse     fans certainly  haw   lu'ok  on  Newsy,  after
fhiouKhout the wihole of the   Domin- coming via-the American route in or-
lon, agu,lnst the lacrosse players who der to evade Toronto,  to   be   bottled
have   wandered     out   Into     the   Jiig "P on this side of the continent.   The
world and have neglected to report,
took effect yesterday. Writs to appear have been served on -Lon Turn-
bull and Cliff Spring.
An emissary of Fleming arrived on
the coast a few days aigo, and at or.ee
took up the work of attempting to
compel Len Turnlbull and Cliff Spring
to live up to some alleged contracts,
wlUoh the two players are said to
have signed early In the present year.
That the 'Work had 'been carefully
planned out was evidenced yesterday
when an Injunction was applied for
to restrain the players from taking
any part in tho opening game ^f tho
season which comes off tomorrow aitt-
ernonn. The application was made
before Mr. Justice Morrison by Mr.
W. M. Orlffln, of Mie law Ilrm of Tupper and Orlffin, on behalf of Manager Robert J. Fleming, of the Toronto Lacrosse Clulb, who had made affi-
d:ivi s to the effect that the two players were under contract to play for
him.
Mr. Criffln appears to be fully alive
to the situation, as he waited until
all Uhe cases had been disposed of be-
Tori- he addressed his lordship, adklng
for a private hearing, which was
granted. After listening to the affi-
"rt.iv.ti his lordship refused to grant
on injunction without the players or
their solicitors having    been    warned
at-.i ordered that application be renewed this morning, thf* players
mentioned In the caae to be notified
by  writs.
'I h.- proper papers having been
made out, a deputy sheriff was empowered to serve the same, and this
��iTIc.'a! evidently planned to take
Turii'iiu'l and Sp.-inj; by surprise. The
unearpedte'd happened, however, the
news of tho application having leaked out In some manner, ar. 1 a kin.l-
heerted sport of the Terminal City
aitir sime delay caused by pmr te'e-
phonl cunne.-t'oii, notified Manager
���Gray of the situation. Do -v Spring
was served with a writ before he
cou'd be spirited awry, bnt not so
with  I. r. Tar-bull.
Len wa? told to keep under covet
and everythlcv a-i>pea el io be. going on s-.v.'mmlngly. Tin- workout at
Queen- park went on ae usual,
an a'dliti'-nil ppe-r.i'.or. lr.- the shape |
, of, a Vancouver depu-ty sheriff, belttj .
the  only strange thing present.
This Individiuil i"Kar. jfro hn -��
nen-attender at the championship
game, a .d button-holed aKioul e.ery
play) r i n the lie 1.1.
Some humor wis inJecteJ into-the
affair 1 y Manager Gray calling to
Punk Wintemute, "I guess you *ave
had enough, Len." Punk was tmnie-
diatly nailed as the much sought for
Turnbu'.l.
Tbe real fun, however, began- at *lx
o'clock, when the sturdy figure of
Turr/mll was seen stalking across
the oval. What wm to dou*? When
about thirty yirds from the cluh
house, one af fhe fans met the alleged destrier and told him to make
a quick dopurrure from the Held. He
did, also the officer. Amid the chetrs
of Mie wihole lacrosse .contingent,
rport writers, rallblrds *t;d several
tmail boys, a nprint. such as I?. *n-
kno-wn   in   the  realm  of   oport,  took
Encumbered   by  a   raiment,  Turn-
same likely.'appi les to Don Cameron,
the latest f^sru-It of Jones, who has
also been threatened with legal proceedings. By 'going after Turn-
bull and Spring of fhe Salmon Bellies,
and Lalon'de and Cameron of the
Oreen Shirts, Fleming evidently figured of putting the kibosh on the
opening -game. This remains to be
seer.-. Manager Gray remarked last
evening that this new stunt is one of
the beet advertisements one could
wish for.
��� ���
��� BASEBALL. ���
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Northwestern League.
Won. Lost, Pet.
Portland       19
Victoria      18
Vancouver       IS
Spokane 15
Tacoma    18
.Seattle    15
Veslerday's  Games.
At Portland��� H. 11. BJ,
Spokane       I     :i     I
| Portland    2    3    2
Batteries:    Cochrane, Cadreau and
De  VOgtj  Bloomfleld und  Harris.
At Victoria��� R. H. E.
Tacoma   a   5   ;:
Victoria    5  10     1
Batteries:     Meikle and   La  Longe;
Wilson and Grindle.
National League.
Won. Lost.
16
.552
15
.546
16
.529
17
.184
IS
.455
18
.455
New York    22
Cincinnati     22
Chicago       15
Rt.   Louis       13
Pittsburg    12
Philadelphia    11
Boston       11
Brooklyn      '���>
Yesterday's G.-ui.es.
At St. Louis���
Philadelphia    	
St. Louis	
Batteries:      Brennan   and
Harmon,    Geyer   and      \V.n-
Pet.
.785
.709
.517
.461
.460
.423
.367
.333
THE KITCHEN DRESSER.
It Was Originally a Bench on Whieh
Meat Was Dressed.
Dr. Johnson tells as that the kitchen
dresser was a bench in the kitchen on
which meat was dressed or prepared
for table and gives the following lines
in support of his view:
'Tis burnt, and so ls all tbe meat
What dogs are these T   Where ls the rascal cook?
How durst you, villains, bring It from the
dresser
And serve thus to me that love lt not?
���Shakespeare,
A maple dresser ln her hall she had.
On which full many a slender meal she
made.
���Dryden.
Wright in his "Domestic Manners of
the Middle Ages" says: "One of tbe
great objects of ostentation in a rich
man's bouse was his plate, which at
dinner time be brought forth and
spread on the table in sight of bis
guests. Afterward to exhibit the plate
to more advantage the table was made,
with shelves or steps, on which the different articles could be arranged ln
rows, one above another. It was called
ln French, or Anglo-Norman, a dres-
soir, becnuse on lt the different articles
were dressed or arranged."
It is tbis to which the modern poet
refers:
The pewter plates on the dresser
Caught nnd reflected the flame as shields
of armies the sunshine.
AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
TODAY
McCALL  TRIO.
Comedians,   Extemporaneous
SingerB,   and   Novelty   Skipping Hone Dancing.    Beautiful  wardrobe.
CARLTON   CHA8E  .
King of Itagtime Songsters.
OLGA   NAMAROSS
Violin Virtuoso.
NEW PHOTO PLAYS.
10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN MALF PRICE.
160 ACRE FARM
Near Hatzic, on the line of the proposed Western Power Comnanv
Electric Railway, with a large house fully furnished with private
water system and all conveniences.
25 Acres Cleared and in Crop
Good outbuildings, farm implements, wagon, buggy, democrat and
harness complete.
ALL HEADY TO START OPERATIONS.
EASY TERMS.
The Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
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CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
'THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative call   and
explain what makes this possible.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
i;. ii.
K
3    2     0
2     4     4
Killifer;
j.     Um
pires:   E.-i."5n   and  Johnstone.
At  Chicago��� rt. H.E.
Brooklyn        CIO    l
Clilcago 10  12    3
Batteries:./; Kent. Yinyllng : and
PheTVfc" Cheijey and NVedham. I'ra-
pirca:   Klgler and Flnnurart.
At-Pittsburg��� K. It. E.
Uoston          3    6    0
'Pittsburg   . .,      0     s     '-
Batteries: O'.tk.-ion a-.l Kling;
O'Toole, Camn.U and Kelly. Gibson.
Umpire.":   Owen and  P.rennan.
At   Cincinnati��� lt. M. E.
New York     6  12'    1
Cincinnati         13    1
Ratterleii:  Matthewson and Meyer*.
Hartley;   Benton and   McLean,  Ciark.
Umpires:  Klrm  and  Bush.
American  League.
Woi
Chicago '   24
Boston       10
Washington   ....   ....   15
Oetroit    . ���   15
C( //eland       13
Philadelphia 12
New York      8
Sl.  Louis         8
Yesterday's Games.
At Washington��� R. H. E.
Oelrolt    ������    ���     i
PRESENCE  OF  MIND.
The   Way   two   Englishmen   Captured
Four Hundred Prisoners.
Toward the close of the peninsular
war 400 prisoners were captured by
John Colborne. ufterwnrd Field Marshal Lord Seaton. Colborne, who was
wounded at Talnvera, had been disabled for some time, but In 1S13 be
was ln active service npaln, and when
Wellington's army crossed the frontier
Into France be performed what was Indeed the most auinziug feat of his career.
Wben riding, with no comrade but
the famous Sir Henry Smith, separated
from his column, be s.-iw 400 French
soldiers passing along ii ravine below
him. "The only way was to put a good
fnce on the mutter." he wrote. "So 1
weut up to them, desiring them to surrender. The oHlcer. thinking, of eooree.
the column wits behind me. surrendered hls sword, saying theatrically, 'Je
vous rends cette epee. qui a bien fait-
son devoir.' il surrender tbls sword.
which'has done Us duty well.) The
400 followed bis example."
Blr Henry Smith used to declare that
he hnd never seen sucb cool presence
{ of mind ns Colborne displayed on tbls
occasion.���London Spectator.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown 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 at Vancouver, Xew Westminster  and  Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
111 ���i���i���������������
I i
541  Front Street.      Near City Market.
"Take you your instruments, play ycu the w* ties"
TAMING   OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
WG. Lawrence
rtr t^r-ms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
)                    V .s'c Houses.
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SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN  ^
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Lost.
Pel.
8
.750
19
.655
11
.517
10
.487
14
.481
14
.4S2
18
.308
20
.285
bull  was getting   overhauled   by   the   w^h:n~0n'.'..'..... ������   ..     5
sheriff, who by the way, is no slouch
of a runner, and off came tht ciat
That was cnoui?h. The la"t the officer siw of hi* quarry w?e a psMir-g
tttmdriw around the amijultuo-al
bullying.
Th" writ was dropped on the eo"t
and t'-e officer Wended hli way loK-k
t-) Vancouver. Turnfoull b'ler appeared at the raiding quarters after
apMiflna  arour<l   the   penitentiary.
Miimaer Gray does not appear to
ibe fl' all worried at the outoome of
the 'deal, although he would have
liked to have kept tho two players
out of .-Ight un'tll 10 o'clock this
mornlrg, wiien the writs could not
hav? heen e'-''oivo 1 until Monday
mor frnr. Strong- council i ha* 'been
retalnfd by the local executive and
the case will be fought toot/h and
nail when It nppenrs astnln this morning. If an Iniunctlon is Issued, the
local management will douht.esH reply wilh writs of mnnrtamus ord��r-
Inir the two iplayers tn play. The Big
Four magnate cin then come back
���with a writ o,f prohibition, antl Ktlhat
does not to the trltfk, they are llaible
to mr'n'T a certiorari, or a nulla bona
9
Batteries: Wi'.iette and Stansge;
Groom nnd Henry'. Umpires: Connolly anti Hart.
At Boston��� B. H. E.
Cleveland      0    5    4
BoMton         9  14    2
Batteries: Kaier and Barterly; Hail
and Nunnmaker. fmpires: u'Bough-
lin and Westervelt.
At Philadelphia��� R. H. E.
Ft. Louis .. .,      5    9    ."
Philadelphia        8 JO    1
Batteries: Peity, Hamilton, Baum-
garten and "Stephens; i.'combs and
Lapp, Thomas. Umpires: D.llon and
Perrine.
At  New  York��� K. H. F.
Chicago        11 12    1
New York     5    9    5
Butteries: Langle, Walsrh and Sullivan; Caldwell, Quinn, Warhop nnd
Sweeney.    Umpires: Evans and Egan.
Fire Alarm Boxes. ..
The following is a complete list to
date of the rosltfons of flre alarm
boxes In this city, though the list will
be increased by come seven or eight
stations this year:
,    .,    , 5���Asylum,
or sometihlng of  th*^_eort;_a^  ^    6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue aad Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
tlrst  thing Len  nnd  Doey know,  wlll
'be   t^a-t  they will   not   know   where
they are.    One thing ls certain, however,   the   Westminster   management   lo���si^MAi.'y'B HoapTtaf.
htis .-one or, thfefr word tn protect the 113_Second Bnd park Row.
pay rs and tor everv dol'ar this fel-   14���Golnmbla and Dufferin.
low  Fl'-mlng pulH up, It wlll be met   iR_Brunette Mllls./Sapperton,
w'th an coua.l sum.    Although It will   lfi__Royai Columbian Hospital.
���c"t m figure In thf deal it will be re- {al_Queen's avenue and Third,
nierribered   that   Mr.   Juatice   Morrl-   2n���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
p n !s  mi old Royal city resident, nnd   04���Third avenue and Second.
ivr.nerly  played  rugfliy  for. the   tow.n (25^-FIfth avenue and Eighth;
team
Ft��fcr��e ^elcteci.
>���'-- TuvnN'l'. thn ietevpn P"Imc->
!'cll- t'i-u Westm'nptcr flv?t benme
,.,-r, .-,���-, rut in Wcrb'Ms; hia he��"i
rp]pr*,r,\ V- the eo'nmle'-l"'! *n ho*""*
tin-   "nne  tonr-o-'-ow rftnrnoon.    H'i
t'.orc-'"h l:now:edre of the rame   as 45���-Sixth avenue atod Tflnth
played out here on the coast, makes 4c���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
M���Fifth avenue and Elghtft.
27���Third avehue and Tenth.
32���Apnea and 8Mb.
iU���Schaake Machine Works.
?5���Columbia and McKenzie.
?,i'i���C. P. R. Station.
in,���Smnll and Biifklln Mills.
��<>__r, r, k. R. Railwav Car Shops.
Sanger's White Elephant
"I was exhibiting 'the onl.v white
elephant ever seen ln the western
world,' " relates Lord George Sanger ln
his book. "Seventy Years a Showman,"
"when I wus honored by a visit from
King Edward, then Prince of Wales.
After the performance 1 conducted tbe
prince through tbe stables and showed
blm all tbere was to see. When we
came to tbe 'white elepbanf stall his
royal highness suddenly turned to me
and said. 'Sanger, Is this really one of
the sacred white elephants?'
"To tbla 1 replied: "Well, yonr royal
highness, a showman is entitled to
practice a little deception on tbe crowd,
bat I should never think of deceiyiug
my future king, it Is certainly a
'white' elepbant-ln fact a very white
elephant, but only because we give
bim a coat of special whitewash twice
a dayf    ���
The Backteriologist
A- Richmond negro elm need to meet
on the street a frieud who complained
of much "mls'ry." Indeed, the afflicted one wus lo despair, ao "tuckered
out* was lie.
"Wot seems to be de matter?" asked tbe first negro.
"Jim," aaid tbe otner with a moan
and a gesture indicating the portion of
bis anutomy that waa giving blm so
much trouble, "l's got sech awful pains
In mab back benb!"
Jim assurors su air of great solemnity aad wisdom. "In dat case," aald
he, "dere's only one thing fo' yo' to
do. Jes' yo' put yo's'f in de handa o'
dat Doctah Blank. I bears dat he's
de finest backteriologist -lu de whole
aouf."���New Vork Press.
       BRUSH UP!
Everybody needs at least ONE    good   Whisk.     Here   are a great
variety, prices from 20c to 75c.
I
WINDSOR SALT���Wit to
coat motu ��� io pure, fine, well-
savoured. Goes further, too. But
not a cent dearer.
Ml
WHISKS
with solid ebony handles,
with braided straw handles,
with wire wound handles,
with nickel silver handles.
PVAI  I      DRUGGIST and
iTVl/ALJL   OPTICIAN
���PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
Buddhism.
Buddhism started wltb Onutnma
Buddha about (WO years before the
Christian era, and It numbers among
its adherents more than a third of the
human race. Buddhism Is confined
mainly to Asia���Manchuria. Mongolia,
Korea, Tibet. China, Japan aad the
large islands off tha Asiatic coast.
Though born in India, Buddhism In not
strong in that country today, being
driven opt by the old Hinduism of
which it ia tbe offshoot.
Distraction Needed.
"Ton don't seem to be making much
progress In golf."
"No," replied Mr. Cumrox. "It wor-
rlea. Oo you know 1 sometimes wish
that I was back ln business 90 aa to
bare something to tnke my mind off
the gama."���Washington Star.
**Thc House of Quality and Low Prices**
30-DAY fl M
���MMHainM��H_anaHanaHHMH0HiM_MMMaHanMiHaMMaHH
ONLY S DAYS MORE
THESE SAIE PRICES ARE GOOD ONLY UNTIL THE 31st Of MAY
$16.50 Dressers for       -              - $12.50
$19.00 Dressers for       -               - $15.00
$21.50 Dressers for       -              - $17.00
$24.50 Dressers for       -              - $19.00
$17.50 Pedestal Dining Tables      - $13.50
$22.00 Quarter Cui Oak Table    - $16.50
$27.50 Quarter Cut Oak Diners     - $20.00
$40.00 Quarter Cut Oak Buffets   - $31.00
$46.00 Quarter Cut Oak Buffets   - $36.00
$17.50 Library Table          -          - $12.00
'   Kitchen Tables, each            -          - $2.25
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GAU0WAY & _ _
> QUALITY   FURNITURE
401-403 Columbia St.
Phone 829
New Westminster
j
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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NEW   WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arr'Val: Cloalng:
10:50���Vancouver via  0.  N. R.
��� *������  ����� 23; 00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C  E  R
(daily except Sunday).11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E R.
(dally except Suuday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. c. E. H.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
10:80���Barnston Islands arrives
Tueaday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7 v*0���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).11.15
10:60���Victoria via Q. N. R.
Idaily except Sunday). 11
7:30���United Statea via G. N. It.
(dally except Sunday).. i��
16:15���United States via G. N. it.
idally excetn Sunday)..lfi:00
11:40���All polnta eaat and Kurope    (dally)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe idaily)    13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
.iiiiin      (daily      except
Sunday)    8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Coils      luuiiy      uAiept
Suuday)     ��� 14:00
11:40��� Coquitlam      (dally    except Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Parle, McKay and
lidnionds ulally except
Sunday;      ............ 11.13
|0.*00��� Lanner.     Port     G'.llC'llvn,
!���-.. Westham Island. Burr
Villa  11
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A certlflcate of indefeasible Title to
tho above property will be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
neer and ��ity Assessor having   been
adopted by the Council.
Xotice is he:eby given that thc said
reports are oj.c.i for inspection a* the
office "f the City Assessor, City Hall,
Colum! i.i etreet, New Westminster,
ll. C.i and    that, unless   a   tetition
day of June. 1912, unless in the mean-1 agaln-t   the   itorosed   works   above
Ll
45
mentioned signed   by n   majority ot
tiie owners of ibe land ov ic-al prop.
erty to be iisscssed or charged In ie-
s; eet of such worka   representing ai
least one half in value thereof is pie
sented  to  the Council   within   lll'teei
days from tlie date of the first jmbll
cation of this notice the Council wll,
proceed  with the proposed   improve-
The person  or persons having    In ! m<mts under euch   terms and   condi
tlieir custody or possession the follow- i tions fls ta the payment of the costs
ins; Tide Deeds relating to the eaid i of such Improvement aa the Counoil
property arc remiestej to deliver theimay nii'J' bi' bylaw ln tliat behalf regulate   and   determine   and    also   tc
time a valid objection thereto he
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or inteiest
theroln, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
. Land Registry Office, New Westminster, ti. C, May 13, 1912.
same to the undersigned;
Deed, dared. Sth July, 100-1, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank, of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), Xew Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & KDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
CITY
Local
OF'    NEW
Improvement
Street Cewe
WESTMINSTER.
Notice ��� Sixth
Area.
14:00���BaJt Buttabj (dally except tiufiday    i-i: 30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tueaday and
Fridayi    13:3C
10:0V1���-Ahnii'ville   and   Siiubiny
Idaily evcept Sojidajf).14:80
110:00���Woodwards i Tuesday,
Thuraday and Saturday)   14:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Sid-
Un: ria it. N it.
(dally except Sunday)..14:21
11:20���Cloicrda'.e and Pon Kcil3
via G. N. li. idaily except  Sunday) 14:0(.
-Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and tiat-
day       14:0"
-Tynehead (Tuesday and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake  (daily  except gunoay   16:0(
18:00��� Edmonds    (dally    except
Sunday)   JG:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Cprer Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dailv except Sunday)  23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine i dully except
Sunday)   8:41
16:15���Halloa Prairie, Fern Itidge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:'.5
IJ: 20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
l-ehniiaL, * (den-rove, Ot-
11:20-
���-
ll^O-
ter.    Shot-treed,    Surrey
Cetil:re,C\overi\��\e,1-.��Tig-
\**y PralrVe. MuvrayvlUe,
Strawberry   Hill,   Soutli
Westminster,         Clover
Vulley,    COKtilan.    sardis,   Sperling    statio-i,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner,    DelleroBe,  via  B.
C. E. It.  (daily except.
Sunday)  	
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Wcstminsier having b.v resolution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following v.orks of laying Main Storm eew-
r:s and works contingent tbe-icto on
t':0 following streets:
&!;.;li stieet from clarkson to JSlxtfc
a '.<".;.. o,
��l\tli avenue from Sixth street to
Third street.
Fourth street from Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina street from Third st:eet to
Fourth stieet.
Fifth avenue from Fifth street te
Sixth street.
Lane 118 feet north of Fourth ave-
nue between Fifth and   Sixth   street.
Blackford street from Sixth   street
to Fifth streets.
Thiid avenue from Sixth street tc
Fourth street.
Lancaster street from ��ixth stieet
to Fourth Etreet.
St. George stieet from Sixth stree:
to Fourth street.
Liverpool street fiom Sixth strec:
to Fouith street.
Queens nver.'te from Sixth street tr-
Fourth street
Cunningham street from Sixt!^
street to Fourth stieet.
Agnes street from Sixth stieet to
Fou: th street.
Victorta street fiom Sixth street to
Fourth sireet.
Carnarvon street from Sixth street
io Fourth stieet.
Ciari sen street from Sixth Et:ect
to Church street.
And that said works be carrle 1 otit
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement Cenera! Bylaw  1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor baring reported to the Coun
oil in accordance with tlie provision1
of lhe ��aid bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts   estimated   to   bo   chargeable
make the said assessment.
Dated this loth   day of Mav, 1012
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication   16th May,
1012.
To Darken tho 'Hair and Restore Gray and Faded Hair
v to Its Natural Color,
a tte. Kopw-twi but witn n small fiole
:"l:!'!l -ii- crk.   In:,, I!,- mi,:, |mi
'   n :i')in-(-,i ��� n, X(Ure l)f Wllllpjmr
nirri', f i ��.uitu.julac, alcohol nml
,."" ''��� ''��' iaiumif* i'i I ,,- .-!.-it,. nf
>���<" ��:m"*liht'ri* nr,* iod-V.il rl bv thu
>'.,(,!,"'Tl"n "f I'^-ry .n.ivtl.,, ,', ....
"Metuiinn iipArnnl ut the iipt>foach of
1 "���"���";'","1"1 rs'in-atlug to the lower
purt of tlie iuhj In (juiet weather.
Ancio.it   Craves.
Whi
CITY     OF    NEW
Local
WESTMINSTER.
Fifth
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of Xew Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
It is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sewers and works contingent iliereto on
the following streets:
Fift.i street from Tiiii d to Sljth
avenue.
Fifth avenue fiom Fourth to Ptftfc
Btreets.
Fourth avenue fiom Fourth to Flftt
ftieets.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
And that said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
"The Local Improvement General Bylaw  1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council in accoiuunce witn the oiovlsiout
if the Bald bylaw upon the Miir
works giving statements showing the
ii.iounts estimated to be chargeable
igainet the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
v.orks and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor liaving been adopted hy the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the sali
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall
vOUimbia   street,  Xew   Westminster,
B.  C,   and   that   unless   a   petitiot
against   the   propose!   works   above,
mentioned  signed  by a   majority o;
the owners of the land or real prop
e:ty to l,e assessed or charged in re
-:-.eet of such ivo:l:s  representing a;
east one half in value thereof is pre
sented to the   Council within   fifteei
(lays from the date of th? first pnbli
oation of this notice the Council wil
rroc-c-ud   with  the  proposed   improve
ments   under such   terms  and  condi
It is easier to prosarvo tho color of
the hair than to restore it, although it
is possible to do both. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They
made a "sage tea," nnd thoir dark,
gloiisy hair long after middle life was
duo to this fact Our mother.; have gray
^ hairs before they are fifty, but they are
beginning to appreciate "the wisdom cf
our grandmothers in Using "sage tda"
for their hair and ara fast following sui t.
Tho present generation has the advantage of the past i.i that it cr.-t get n
ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. As o
scalp tonic and color restorer this preparation is vastly superior to the ordinary
"sage tea" wade by our grandmothers.
The growth and beauty of the hair
depends on a healthy condition of the
scalp. Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Hair
Remedy quickly kills the dandruff germs
which rob the hair of Its life, color and
lustre, makes the scalp clean and
healthy, gives the hair strength, color
��nd beauty, and makes it grow.
flfet a 50 cent bottle from your druggist
today, He will give your money back
it you are not satisfied after a fair trial.
PRESCOTT'S WAGERS.   ;
The Historian Had His Own Way of
Forcing Himself to Work.
Rollo Ogden in bis biography of William H. l'rescott. the historian, cites
mnn.v passages from the diary showing Prescott's habit of flogging himself to bis work by making wagers
witb his secretaries that he would
complete a given task by a certain
day, the odds always heavily against
himself.
"Prescott always took this betting
on his own Industry with perfect seriousness. Sometimes be would radiantly greet his secretary with: 'You
have lost Ton owe me a dollar.' And
be would exact payment Occasionally he would, with woebegone countenance, produce und pny over to tbe
protesting secretary the $20 or $30 he
himself had lost." One elaborately
made memorandum witnesses that a
bet of $1 to $50 had been made "between B, B. Otis and William II. Prescott. Esq., fhe latter betting $.50 that
he will write 100 pages of his 'Uistory
of Peru' in 100 days."
The document In signed William FI.
Prescott and Edn.uud B. Otis, but the
Pltloi
wero
near
Ii ry
entile
uie workmen mi fhe
Bnd i-Miirse Ht liruinehorrie
B��8e��l iu making u bunker
site of an old l'.ctish fort in the een-
tie nl tha course, t icy came upon a
bum ier of ancient ;. aves ahout two
feet below the surlaeo oi the around.
One grave was uncovered to allow
l'ir the fill| length of the bunker, aud
W*s luund to be formed of upright
slabs set on edge and covered over
with similar stones. Nothing was got
inside the graves but a mass of black
mouid. In the immediate vicinity of
the graves the ends of three or four
other graves were observed. There
was also picked up about the level
of the graves a complete hand quern,
with both upper and lower stones.
One ol the stones was unfortunately
cracked and thrown away by the work
men, but the otlier was preserved.
I lie fact that the graves were tiio
full length of the body would seem to
indicate that tliey ware of a later date
than the I'ictish period, and tliut they
probably' belong to the time when
Christianity was introduced into Scotland, as similar graves have been
found in several of the burial-
grounds attached to the earlier
churches in Atholl as at Killanders,
Kilniaveonaig", and Dowally,
Surprising the Audience.
A would-be M. P. for a certain constituency in England who paid u
"political agency" to prepare his
speeches one night during the last
general election met with a heartrending disaster. Delivering his oration
with appropriate gesticulation in its
most eloquent parts, he got safely
to the middle of one of his highest
flights when he surprised his audience by adding in thunderous tones tn
a remarkably fine passage, "Here stop
and take a drink  of water."
The words were a note inserted by
the gentleman who supplied the
speech to guide the orator in bis delivery to gain the greatest effect.
THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1812,
IN     TM=     SUPREME     COURT    OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IS THE MATTEk   of   the "Quleiing
Tit.ci:, Act,"
���and���
IN TZLE r.'vTTEtt of Lota 1, S and
3, la the Subdivision cf lAi l-i/eni
IT rnd pait of IS, of Lot l;i. Subu -
hi n 0 o.\: mi, Cily of New Westmi :-
s.e;, Map number.V.~!.
xot;::;e is hereby given   that
Jessie TiajJbull, of the City of N'ew
Wcbtm'nfie', In the frovicce o: iirit-
isii Columbia, !:aa made appi cation
to tlu Honorable Mr, Jiist'.cj Mai phy
fcr a Declaration of 'J'iile io the
above iiKir.ioned p;operty under ina
"Qir.eUns Titles An," anl upon tha
sad application did prcd c- evidence
wheteby she appeals to be the owner
the.of i:i fee simile, f.-c:> from ail
encumbrances, SAVE AND EXCEPT
a certain Agreement o.' Side ti Mary
W. Horle, d:posited in the L mil
Registry Office at the City of New
Westm.nster. H. c, and r.umbsred
23008C, and thereupon tee --iid
.lu!j.e did by Older dated the :7th
day of April, 1913, order that all pe -
sons hiMng or pretending to have
any title to or Interest In tlie said
lands, or any part thereof, ls reiu'rel
on or tefore the Hist day of May
now next ensuing, r.t 10:i;i) o''.lrici; li
the forenoon, (at or after which time
(he sa'd Judge will sign the DccL ration of Title herel-i), to file a Stata-
ment of his or her claim, and scive
notice ther2of on the Petitioner, or
on Merfsrs. Whiteside & Hdmonds,
her SoMc'ors, at their office in tl.e
City of New Westminster, B.O., an I
in default thereof such claim wlll
be laired, and the title of the said
Jesgle Turnbull become the tiue anl
conect. title to the said lands, and
a Declarnion of Title, will i'S'.u -hat
she Is the legal and beneficial owner
in fee fimi le In pcsseeglon of tin
said lands and premises. SUBJECT
to the said above mentioned Agreement of Sale, unl SUBJECT 'o the
rfservttbni ment'oned in S;clon 23
of tht said Act, but free from all
other rights, Inte'ests, claims and demands  whatever.
DATED at the Citv of New W"Bt-
minstcr, B. C, this -7th d iy of Ap.il
A. D., 1012.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.
Solicitors, for tlie Petitioner.
tions as  to  the  layment of the  cost   toft��� gabj0HM ihe following: "1 proni-
ot such improvements as the Council '
may by by-law in that behalf regulate
:00
9:00
SO
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday aud Friday      	
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C, E. R.
(daily except. Sunday).1
11:20���AbbotBford,   Huntingdon.
via  Ii.  C.   E.   It.   (daily
except Sunilay)   1
20:40���CK'iverddlo   ^m    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:80
2:00���Fraser   Arm     nnJ     Alta
Vista   :"!:00
3o
TEACHERS   WANTED.
Wanted. Teachers for all grades in
Public schools, including Principals.
Applicants aie requested to write stating qualiric-aiions uud salary required
and must be prepared to undergo an
examination by the School Medical
Officer if required. Applications to
reach tho Secretary's office by noon
of Thursday, May 23rd.
L. AVORY WHITE.
Secretary, Hoard of School Trti-tees.
New Westminster, 11. C.
.. ...-..-. u.e vH.'louA i.Oitiona oi r*ia.i
-. or|,inty \o V>t* Lenellu-'l Ity tV>e Bivlrt
Works ami oVYver imrtlculavs and Uie
s-.-ld reverts ot the said City Knglneer and City Assessor having been
adopted iiv  t.ie i o ne. i .
Notice is hereby given that -the
said leports are open far Inspection
at the office of thc City Assesor,
City Hall, Columbia " street, New
Y.'e-:tmi:is!er, H. C, and that unless a
petition apainst the proposed works
above mentioned si,-i:ei by a majority of the owners of thc land ot
real property to bo assessed oi
charged in resrect of such works rep-
ic?enti;ig at least one half in value
theieof is ptesented to the Councl
within fifteen,days from the date oi
the first publication of this notice
the Council will piocsed with the pro
posed imrro ements under such
terms and renditions us to the payment of tl> cost of sucb improvements ai tiie Council may by bylaw
In that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the taiil assessment.
Dated this   lath   dav of Mav. 1!>11
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Pate of first publication Kith May,
1212;
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated this   15th dav of   Mav, 1012
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
pato of  flrat publication   H;-.h  May,
1912.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the south half of the Northwest
quarter of Section 5, Township 15 (except one-half acre thereof) ln the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title no. 4tJ0F, Issued In the
name of Catherine Oliver, has been
filed in tbis office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry office, New Westmln-
eter, B. C, April 22, 1012.
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Loral
and
The
of  '���>���,
FOR SALE
LOTS ON   EWEN   AVENUE   CAR
LINE OR INSIDE.
f SEE  OUR   LIST
risiwi sun mm cor
CITY      OF      NEW      WESTMINSTER.
Phone 868.
Room 4, Trapp Block,   si
-
Imcrovement     Notice ��� First
Second  Streets  Storm   Sewer
Area.
Municipal Council of the City
v Westminster, having by reso-
lu-t ion. determined and specified that it
is desirable io carry out the following works of laying Main Storm Sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Second street fiom Royal avenue
tn Elgin street.
Elrst street from Royal avenue to
St. Patrick street.
St. Patrick rrom First to Third
streets.
Foiirlh avenue from First to Second streets.
Arbutus stteet.
Emory street.
Thfrd avenue from First to Second
streets.
Queens avenue from First to Third
streets.
Manitoba street.
Peeie street.
Honson  street.
Park Row.
Vancouier street.
C:anvil!e street.
Royal avenue from Third street to
MoBrlde Boulevard,
Leopold Place.
An I that said works be carried out
in acotriiinco with the provisions of
lhe "Local improvement. Genera] Bylaw 1012."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council In accordance with the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the;
a mounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real '
property to be benefited by the said
| works and other particulars and the
d   reports  of  the   said   City   Engl-
Local     Improvement    Notice���Fourth
Street .Storm  Sewer /-.rea.
The Municipal Council cf the Citj
of New Westminster having by res
oiniion determined anil specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works of la; ing Miiin Storm Sewers and works contingent thereto ot
the following streets:
Foui th street from Clarkson street
to Fifth aienue.
Fifth avenue f.om Third to For.rtt.
-���treets.
Fourth avenue from Becond t;
Fourth streets.
Oak stieet from Fouith to Flftt
avenues.
Third avenue from Second to
Fourth streets.
Pitip stieet from Third to Fourth
avenues.
Pearson stieet and right-of-way.
' Queens    avenue    from    Third ' tc
Fourth streets.
Royal avenue from Third stieet to
Wise ravine.
Cunningham street from Merivale
street ti Fourth street.
Acnes street from Merivale street
to Fourth street.
Dickenson street from Merivale
street to Blaokwood street.
Blackwood street from Dickenson
stieet to Carnarvon street.
Carnarvon stieet Horn ..lerlvale tc
Fourth stieets.
And that said works be cnrr'ed oul
In accordance with tlie provisions o1
'he "LOcal Improvement General By
law 1912."
And thc City Engineer and Citj
Assessor having reported to tin
Council in accordance with the provisions of the said bylaw u; on the
said woika giving statements showing the amounts estimated to lie
chargeable against the various portions of real property to be heneflled
hy the said works and other particulars and the said reports of the eald
City Engineer an.l City Assessor having I.en adopted by the Council.
Nol Ice Is hereby given that the said
reports iue open for Inspection ai
the office of the City Assessor, Cit)
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B. 0., and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real property
to be assessed or charged ln respect
of such works representing  at least
one half In value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen days
from the date of the first publication
of this noti"e the Council will proceed
with the proposed Improvements under such terms and conditions as to
the payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Coundl may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate nnd de
terminate and also to make the said
assessment
Dated  this   15th   day of Mav. DHL'
W. A. DI'NCAN.
Cltv Clerk
Pate of first publication Kith May,
11112.
Ise on my honor as n peutlemau not
to release Mr. Prescott from any forfeiture that may Incur except In such
cases ns are provided for in the contract, this contract being niude nt bis
desire for his uwn uccouioiodutiou
only."
ODD WEATHER  DEVICE.
Frogs,  Leeches and Chrmeleons Use- j
iul In Getting Line on Changes.
One of the oldest and simplest way? I
of telling whether the nir is dry or i
mdst is to su-pend a piece of sea- |
weed out of eloors, or even in nn I
apartment where there is no urtilicinl
beat. The weed is cri.-p end dry ut i
the appronch of fine weather, while i
it is flabby nnd moist when rain is
likely, says The Strand.
A  common toy. the Swiss  wenther I
house  is really rjuite trustworthy in
its forpensts.   The wnmnn. of course,
emerges from the little house in line
Weather,  while   the mnn   comes nut '
when  wet   conditions   are   to be   ex- I
pected.
In a medium slate of (he ntmns- |
phere hoth liL-ures stnn.l just inside !
the house. The movements nre due
to the twisting of n cor I of catgut, a i
sitlistnnce which is highly sensitive to j
changes in the humidity of the air.
Two very singular wenther devices
are those ii which n frog nnd n leech
a-e employed. In the former e;i'*e a
frlnss jnm-jnr ia filled to about two-
thirds of it-i enpneity with water. A
little wooden bidder is constructed,
and this is placed inside the inr.
A frog will live quite happily in
such a position for a few weeks," nnd
it will be found that in fine weather
the creature will climb out up to the
top of the ladder, In stormy wenther,
however, the frog prefers to remain
under (he water.
Even more reliable ns wenther prophets are leeche*.    A single leech in
placed in n broad glass bottle with a
piece of perforated bladder or leather
ever (he mouth,   On the approach of
.fine or frosty  weather, the leech re-
j mains  almost  motionless,  curled  up
I at  the   bottom.    When  ruin  or   wind
is coming the creature   rises   tn the
surface,    while   n    coming   thunderstorm will cnuse it to h? much iigitat.
ed;    st    times -the    leech   will   even
leave the wnter altogether, so sensitive is the   unimul   to un   electrical
disturbance.
The chameleon biirom-tpr is a
curiosity which has puwled many
people, but its construction is really
very simple. The animal changes
color according to the weather, being
pink in dump conditions, purple in a |
variable stale nnd bright blue when
th'e air is dry.
A enrdbonrd mount is prepnred.
nnd this may be lettered in sections,
fair sketched out on blotting paper,
and then immersed in a solution of
chloride of cobalt, to wliich are added chloride of sodium and gum arable Any chemist will mnke up the
mixture.
A more beautiful chemical hygro-
scope is formed of a flower made of
white blotting paper which has been
immersed in the cobalt mixture. Tlie
blossoms show many vnrying shades,
from bright pin'.: to sky blue, with
the changes in the degree of dampness in the atmosphere.
A somewhat curious storm glass
was introduce^ by the late Admiral
Fitzroy.   XhU ia joined U a. glass
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
A bits ef this end a tajte of lh.it. all i?.y
long, hills l'-.; a;,;. :.:��� aad wcai-.ir.s iho
digestion.
neatoro your itomach to healthy vigor
by -xMnz a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablel
alter each meal���andcutoul the 'plenlng'.
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
are the best friends for sufferers from
indigestion and dyspepsia. SOc. a Bo*
at your Dru^rist's. Made by the
National Drug and Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited.
149
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that I, Thomas Ralph
Nlckson, of Vancouveri occu] atioa
contractor, intend to apply for permission to lease tiie following desci ibed lands for 21 years.
Commencing at a rost planted at
the southwest corner of District Dot
1 184, thence north to the northwest
co-ner of D. I* lil I. Uience 40 chains
west alon�� the north boundaries of
D. I.s. I?*-*:'* and 1382, theuce south
n!on?*the west boundary of p L. li^l!
to the sh'-r" line on the Gulf of
rieor ii .-'( the Southwest enr-er of
D. '. 13*2, thenre r'ong shore !i'<�� to
< <*'n<   ct   commencement   contemns
3BO ncrrs  more or lens.
Tbo ti��n��o I a rf*'"ilro<l fnr- rn-v-ry
rtn-T.o*es unci to ta!:c aravel Microflora.
lP1���'n^���|^,���
Ti'ieem   n\t.r,u   pfTOtfgov
Pp.  *<*.*>ryr>   NICKSON,  Agent,
Da�� A| ril 4. Ifll2.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY   NEWS
MANPEVILLE
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
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
=-i   GO TO
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS I
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Hassam Paving Co., of B. C*. Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE 8EVBtf
The Proof of Quplity
Five Roses Flour
THE KING'S SER3EANT.
Hs
GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE liEOROE"      S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to    I'i ince     Rupert     Mondays, to   Prince   Hubert   Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby midnight, connecting for Queen
Hay and Stewart. Charlotte Island points.   ���
TO VICTORIA and SfcATTLh..   ^sarurirvr.  aim  7uesa3vs gt   midnight.
Grand  Tr.ink   P.ii Hlc   trjins connect  at   Prince    Rupert    for    Kast
With  above sti amor--.      Ask  fcr i lustrated  literature  re agricultural
i.v ds i;.  ii. c. an.i Western  Caiida.
iaJ e ctirrion fares vis Chicago    during aranmer months.
Rail Tickets to All Points.   General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steam-
snip ,l-,ines.
II. 0. SMITH, C. P. ft T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A   P  U
Phone  Seymour 7100. VANCOUVER, B.C.     527 Granville Street.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
[N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades cf
LUMBER  FOR  MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
j    HpW
is
thc
time
lo
build for
sale
or rent
while
prices
are low
|
/
(	
h..   H.   HUCKUN, N.  HKARDSLKE. W. P. H. UUCKUK.
Pre*  and Geni. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. nd Trees.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
- LUMBER  CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  and   Wholes*!* Dealers In
Fir, Cedar, and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  8ash, Door*,  Mouldings, Etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER
TUESDAY, MAY 2 S
SHOW GROUND, MOODY SQUARE, 10th St, 7th Ave.
Is Quite an Important Official
When His M.ijesty Travels.
The Sergeant Footman at Buckingham Palace is nn important personage, he is the chief of the indoor footmen, and acts as an independent offi-
cial, t-kiinj orders only from the
Master of tlie Household.
His erlinarv duties consist in detailing the footmen fo- duty at the
palace entrances and for daily attendance in the ante-rooms of the personal apartments of the King and
Queen, and in the morning-rooms of
the equerries and ladies-in-waiting.
The Sergeant Footman���he is, hy the
way, addressed hy all memhers of the
Household as "Sergeant"���is usually
in attendance at the equerries' entrance to the palace, where he shares
a waiting-room with the palace steward.
At one o'clock half the staff of footmen come off duty for dinner, ancl
go on duty again at two, when tlie
other half como off duty until three.
When the footmen come on duty tluy
must report themselves to the Sergeant.
Tlie Sergeant Footman has to look
after the footman accompanying a
royal visitor, allot them rooms in
tlie servants' apartments, arrange
whether they are to "mess" with the
royal servants or hy themselves���a
matter left usually to the choice of
the'visiting servants���and settle precisely the hours at which they will
be in attendance on tlieir royal master and mistress. Supposing, for example the footmen of a visiting royalty desires to be freed from attendance between three and six in the
afternoon, the Sergeant Footman
would have to detail a certain numher
of the palace footmen to take tlieir
place during these hours.
At Buckingham Palace the electric
bells in any of the royal visitors'
rooms can he directly connected with
any of Uie servants' rooms. This is
done by means of what is called a
transfer switchboard, which is placed
in the Sergeant Footman's oflice. On
the switchboard are marked the numbers of all the royal visitors' apartments, and opposite these are thai
numbers of the servants' rooms, from
1 to 100.
Now, supposing the Kaiser were In
use Koom No. 4 in the royal visitors'
suite of rboms for a bedroom, as he
usually does and his per-onal val?t
were to occupy No, 30 in the servant-'
rooms, the Sergeant Footman would
connect these two rooms on hi-
switchboard, so that when the Kaiser
touched Lis bell it would rim.' the bell
in  Koom 30.
The Sergeant Footman and one < I
his assistants always travel with the
King. Tlie former occupies a compartment next to the royal saloon,
ai'.d act- as attendant to hls Msje.��ty
during the journey. Am-rig his duties
the Sergeant has to sea i mt Buckingham Palace is kc;-t pro rriy lighted.
'lhe electric li-ht in sli the corridor* nt Buckingham Palace must b>
switched on at a certain hour every
dir- thpt rar'ei, ���<[ emu��e, ��� -cordinu
lo tin time of year, but in dull, f^gey
weauiei tue liglit mav possibly s.ie
t i be switched on early in the in ro-
I irr. nnd th" Pf-cant lias to tuk>
1 ct.ro to boo that thii is don? it ntc-s-1
ser) -
Kiirht of tlie indoor tootmen are nti
duty at nuiktneham Palace when lh-��
Kin-r  is  in  residence throughout the
night. The Sergeant Footman Itims-lf
gi ss o.*.' duty usually pt midnight. Tin
fi otnieri for -night duty are changed
every  week.
      ,
Damp Snlt  Before  Rain.
Very few persons know that  when
the ->a!t gets damn it is either b?cau-e
it   is too near tlie   -"a   or   because
it is going to rain,    lt is very hard
to keep the salt cellar dry at tlie seashore, as there is so much  moisture
in the air all the time, but in other
places   it  is  usually   a  sisn -of   rain
when the. salt gets damp.   Things that
help themselves to tlie water in the
air are called "deliquescent," and sa;t
is  one  of  them.    When  water  is  in
thi air in the form of ga* it sometimes
becom-;   too plentiful   for  fhe air to
hold   and thfii we get what i* called
"precipitation," or rain.   But long be-
f- re  the   wat;r  vapor  in  the  air  is
heavy  enough  to  fall  in  rain  therp
is enough of it to spare to make salt
damp.
NOTICE!
There is no connection whatever
between the City Dye Works and the
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    G. F. BALDWIN,
345 Columbia Street.
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOVAL OKDEIt OF MOOSE N'O. 854,
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
street, second and fourth Wednesdays, at eight o'clock. Visiting
P. A. P. S. welcome. F. C. Cook,
Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Die-*
tator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 21,1. O. O. F., is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. H. VV. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; Jame?
Ferguson, p. G., recording seere
tary; R, B. Purdy, financial seere
tary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER*
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business "letters, etc; circular
work sueclallst. Ail work strictly confidential. M, Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitois, etc. Offices, Koom.
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonaek." Code;
Western Union. Telephone, 1070
Adam Smith Johnston and Fran!
Alexander Jackson.
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
Spring Lamb, Beef,
Pork Mutton, and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
���OWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
Victoria Day
Tickets on sale May 22, 23 and 24.
Good to return up to May 27, at one
fare and one-third. For particulars
and reservation apply
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminste:
Or H.  W. Brodie. G.P.A..  Vancouver
WHITESIDE   &    EDMONDS���BaiTls
, ters and Solicitois, Westminste
Trust block. Columbia street. New
Westminster, B.C. Cable addresi
"Whiteside," Western Union. PO
Drawer 200. Telephone" 09. W j
Whiteside. H. I.. Edmonds
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrkuer-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl-
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
Phone 710.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop 611   Victoria  Street.
(Over Dally  News.)
CANADIAN PACIFIC"
0. C. Coos! Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves   Vancouver   for  Victoria   10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:40.
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
JSBffi*::.-:iSaB
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacmc
in Cuba throughout the island-'
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas'
Barbados Jamaica, Trinidad
New York and London,, Eng
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford everv
banking facility. 7
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)
RESERVE  	
.. .$15,413,000.00
...$15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ano In London, Eng-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
O.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let.
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondente In all parts of tke
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit*
received In sums of $1 and upward,
��nd interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
tnnum  (present r*t��).
Total  Assets  over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT HNIR MD$
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
l* P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARH1STKB
(solicitor and notary, mu Coiumbi;
atreet.   Over C. P. It. Telaanmh.
W*OB. WHEALLER, MrQUtRmB L
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offloea. Rooms 7 and >
Oulchon block, corner Columbia an.
McKenzie streeta; Vancouver ol
Cc-eg, Williams building. 41 Gran
vllle streel. F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler. W. O. McQuarrie. O. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
Leaves  Vancouver
a. m. ani 11  p. m.
for  Seattle    10
Leaven  Vwicouvtr   tor  KatvaAmo   10
.. tn. anA ft: So -p. m.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Hoard of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly ineeting on ihe thud Fridav o
February. May, August and Xovem
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oi
the third Friday of Fehruary. Set*
members may be proposed nnrt
elected at any monthly or quarter!'
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secrc
tary.
Leaves Vancouver
pert  and  Northern
Wednesdays.
tor   Prince   Ru
Points  10   p.  m
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Mark��t ��au��r��, Nav* Wsstmlnstsr,
X
D. McAulay
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Cliilliwack Service
���
Leaves Westminster S a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P   A.. Vancouver
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phona 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of tbe city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OF*IC����� TI*Am D**Oi
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C,
J. Newsome & Sons
WS��n  Robespisrre Was "Stung."
Under the terror Robespierre u*ed
in pV- n ��� eaeeful game "I chess atti^ Cnfo Re-cncr, and tin story is
i.iul oi a j outh who once chal.etiiretl
him and beat him twice. Robespierre
nftf-r liis dehoat asked how much he
i ���..���.���d. no stakes having been previously fix^d. 1*ho simpose^ y. nlh, who
in reality was a jtirl in mini's clothes,
j.re.-icii.eJ an oruor fi r tho release of
lier lover from prison, and Robes-
pierro signed it. Napoleon Boiia-iart'
duiing iiis consulship was seen at tho
famous cafe, hut he showed himseif
no tactician nt chess.
No  Four ofThlsvf:.
Somo years ��p-;i a Loudon merchant
sen' a cargo of goods to Constantinople. After the supercargo saw the
Irles and bo:: i safely landed he inquired where tliey could I a stored.
"Leave thorn, here���it won't rail'
to-fi rht," was the reply.
"But I dare not leave them thus
expnssd. Some of the goods might
be" stolen."  saitl   the   supercargo.
The Mohammedan merchant' hurst
Fr.to a ioul laugh as. ha replied:
"Don't be alarmed. There isn't a
Christian within titty mites of here."
���London   Cnronielo.
Q vsrnment Anatomy.
"Father," inquired the small boy
iiinkinij liU (ir.-t visit to the army post,
���'what house is that over thoref '
"That's the ijovernrneiit's headquarter*. Jimmy."
A lon--' pu;.zled silence, then:
"Fntler, wl^ere are its hindquarters?"
...I Among Women.
Suffrr.^ut ��� Vou   are  stealing  our
thunder.
'*i 'i Kiiffrarist���How is that?
Suffragist���Aren't  jrou  saying tbat
you  are  against it bocftuser
AnM-suflrajiist���Yes.
' BuaragSst���Well, that's our reason.
rei. Tfil.
ARCHITECT
Cer. fith and Columbia
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Count 11 of the Clt>
sf Sew Westminster bavlng b.v reso
lution detcimined and specified that
't is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say: Tc
seed, cover with mould and plant
shiulo trees on the boulevard on Third
Street from Royal Avenue to Sixth
Avenue.
And that said worta be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General By
law, 1912."
And the City Engineer and the City
Assessor having reported to thr
Council in accordance with the pro
visions of the said by-law upon thf
said works giving statements show
ing the amounts estimated to he
chargeable against the various por.
tlons of real property to he benefited'
hy the said works and other particu
iars and the said re; orts of the~ said
City Engineer and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the aald
reports are open for ins erllon at the
orflco of tbe (ity Assessor City Hall.
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B.C.. and that unless a petition
against tho proposed works above
mentioned slgnod hy a majority of
the ownengof the land or i��al pro-
perry to tSe assessed as charged in
respect of such works representing at
loiist one half In value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from the dale of U>e flrst publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed Improvements under such terms and condi-
lions as to the payment of* the cost
, r ,n:-h Imi^ovemqntE as the Council mny by by-lnw In tbnt l-eha]f
rt.filiate and determine nnd also to
make the said assessment.
Dated this Eighth day of May. 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication May 9, 1912.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
r*lsobon��  R  113   Office:   Prlnctss 8i
I 214
1ST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee C^ung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit and workmanship guaranteed..
TRY
TRY
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.
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates aiven.
Sixth Avenue. Phone MT
B.C,
NEW WESTMINSTER
ON GHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Melnnls St., Clly.
Tbe Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDER8 IT$' CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BU8INES8 RELATIONS.
THE     :
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND 8ATI8FACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL. ..   .      $4,60O,Ub0
REST ...,    $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C    \
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
���I ^tstrojcj
���
PAonra
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FLY...TIIVIE
l
City News
Mr.
Cli rk ,
dav.
All
clo:-ed
Neil     MoDlarmid)    municipal
if Delta,'was in ihe city yester-
union    barber    shops ivi".I
on  Friday,  May  24th. ���
be
Adjustable
Screen Windows and
Wire Cloth      :
���SOLD  BY-
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.M. FISH
Fresh Herring   4 lbs. for 25e
Fresh Halibut   3 lbs. for 25c
Kippered Sturgeon, per Ib 20c
Kippered Salmon.jjVer lb IB'-
Smoked  Halibut, 'pit! lj> 15i
Smoked Spring Sillfihorti pier lb.   ..20"
Fresh Clams . . . .'.���'. h:.6 lbs. for 26"
The Xew Westminster Gun club will
not hold its usual shoot this'evening,
tho event will take
but next Thursday
plabfi us usual.
The  Ili'd-on  "33"   will   make    runs
to   the  aviation   meet   on   both    days.
Anyone   wishing    to    make    the    trip
rrangements by calling up
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. H. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians (England).
(Successor tp Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
ForrtL
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
51     Dufferin
l'hone K411.
For terms, etc., apply
Street, New Westminster
can maKC
112S.
Priday, May 24th, being a
h?lld"y, all the butchtr shops
c.ty will be closed.
public
ir. the
537 Front St.
Phone 301
Miss Malbel Armstrong who has
been visiting relatives at AJbbotaford
for the past three weeks, has returned to her home at Edmonds.
A permit waa yosterdiy issued to
Mr. A. Hardman for the repairs to
the Hardmar. iblock necessitated b.v
the recent flre. Tht work Is estimated to cost $2400.
l'he marriage took place yesterday noon of Mlss Alice Merger and
Mr. Henry MciCallam, both of Clay-
tor.-, P. C. The ceremony was performed by Rev. fl. C. Johnson, at the
Presbyterian   Manse,   Saipperton.
EJmonds  road   near   store,   68x113
feet,   all   cleared,  fenced  and   planted
to   fruit   and   garden,   six-room    bun-
g;-Iow,   now  chicken  house and   barn,
($3100,   $750  cash.    Ct'RTIS   & DO��-
f'AN,  city. **
KEY NOTE
machinery   for
at    Sapperton,
siding   yester-
OF SUCCESS 18 FORESIGHT.    ARE
YiOU FOPESIGHTED ENOUGH    TO
INSURE yOURS'EUF AGAINST LOSS
THJliOUGH   ACCIDENT  TO    YOUR
SHLF,      VOUR     "HJfflf��UOYEES,      OR
Vomit Ln'E stock; bettei: come
IN AND CONSUI.T ME.    I SPECIALIZE cn INSURANCE. ^B^
Several oarloa.'s of
the n: i\v paper mill
were s'anding on the
day. T'ie f.-ctory I. now built nnd
the equipment ome Instal'ed, it .is
lile'y tbat the concern will 'begin operations very shortly now.
Seventy-five native sons and daughters made merry at the Koyal cafe
last nighi at the conclusion of "Hopp,
Skipp and Jump." Supper was eaten
to the accompaniment of lusty
choruses, and a gay time was spent.
Mayor and Mrs. Green, Vancouver,
will conduct the Salvation Army services and address the assembly tomorrow nigiht, In the Citadel, at 8
o'clock. Mayor Green i.s Divisional
Officer for the Pa. Hie Coast, and is
finishing an itinerary of the interior
of the province. The major is an eloquent speaJker. and Mrs. Green not
less so,
Mr. J. M. Walsh, who is a mem'ber
of the staff of  the Standard    of Empire  in Toronto,  wa* in  the city yesterday.      It  li  the  intention    of  the
I management.     He    stated,    to     effect
I changes   in   thle   well-known   weekly,
j whieh   will    shortly   be    Issued    ln    a
smaller  form   as  regards  actual  slse,
ar.d will  'be   Illustrated   wl.h   colored
cuts,   and   improved  generally.
The Sheffield Independent, one of
the lars.st and most Influential news-
<l*.\Lie a in the nor:h of England, p.ilh-
1 >hed a 32-pase supplement dealing
with Canada, on April 29 last. In
this Issue a very able article on the
West and t-e co'st was included, and
fierein wosl fivorahle mention is
made <���.'' rhe advantages of New We-st-
m us er and  the Fraser Valley.
Opportunities That Call For Prompt
Investigation
The   most   desirable   purchases  are., like   the   go rWo�����
them promptly and keep always on the watch "    M
butterflies,
to laat during the day, but sometimes It's the early b
for them.    Bargains
passing   things
here  are as  often 	
uyer  who secures the prize.    COME EA-RLY,
You   must   net
as  possible   made
Early Morning Price on Women's Wash Suits
Values Regular to $10.00, Bargain Day $5.25
tf'*mh7   8ea��on,  marked   at
^o shades of light blue; also
Eight  only  Women's Wash  Suits  we  earned   over
Women's Black Silk Coats, for Record Selling AuZ
Below Cost.    Two Prices
Twelve Women'.* Hlack  Silk
IT'S SQUARELY  UP TO  YOU
A postponement is announced of
the meeting of the Educational club,
which was to have taken place this
evening at the home of Mrs. D. Wal-
ker. Sixth street. Th�� club will
gather on Alay 30 Instead.
How about your garden ? Rinn: un
pbone L181 and get Tid". the florist,
to fiuote j ou prices on the best stock
that Is f.rown in the country. The"
male a specialty of hanging baskets
.ind window bo..es. **
Alfred W. McLeod
���ST Columbia fct.,
Phone  62. New  Weetmlneter.
L ke  any  anl  ail   other  inventions,
tie    Parker   Continuous   Process   if.ir
the mailing of mat-hes has   to be fl-
narced.     Money  is required   to   make
the  machines,   build  the 'factory,  buy
the     bulldln;    site,   instal     the     machinery  for maJting the  match  boxe?
and   cises,  al.-o   the  veneering    plant,
the chemical  building,  etc,  etc.      All
the experiihent.il work has 1 een done
Matches have been ma'de by the Parker  Contlnu  us   Proofs',   demonstrating cene usively that the Parker P o- ,
ress can   make  a   perfe t  match
Coats;  developed in  taffeta, peau de
style  touches;   for quick  stock  reducing prices
JIS.SO  and  $20.00.    Bargain  Day Sellin
each
so.e and bengaline; showing
a re  cut  below  half;   sizes 36
ta   42;
many pretty
values  regular
duchessc  s.lks;   S(1me  with  collars'and  refers of "blaek^nd'^M. ^^n"'   rePPS'   pefia   dc   su��i.     and
values   regular   $22.50   to   $35.00.    Selling  Thursday,  each "^  model?:  ��'����  3<   to   44;
 ,���    $11.30
Nine Women's  High  Grade  Silk
Greatest Silk Sale of the Season, 35c
Thursday will be an extra special in
__ sllk offerings; we have picked out
ca^   fancy  peau   de  chenes  and jacquarda;   vel f shades of tan
self figured  effects in a big selection of new
values   regular   to   75c.     Bargain   Day
per
co lorlngs.
yard	
also
a splendid range of tamoline, taf-
brown, blues, reds, greens, greys, et**.;
Ilgth   stripes;   widths li
to
Buy Waists Thursday, Half Price $1.75
inches;
. . .   35c
The   late   Mr.   Edwin   Morgan   will I
j be buried tomorrow afternoon in tho
odd   Fellows'   cemetery,   service*   b:j-
ing held in thc- Murchie chapel at C:3? *
by Rev. J. S. Henderson.    Mr. Morga;i I
died on Saturday last at his home on I        _^_^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Cumberland road, .Burnaby, -'ini"   r"r  our  product.      All
row is mt r* caipi al.
Oo ttmpiro Day a Bpeclal train Will 1     II��rc !s your opp. r'.ui.i y.
X*m   upera.tf.1   Viy   tho   OnM   Northern \ �������1'   Lit     Thlj   li  a   chan -i
i from Westminster to W'.ilte Rock ancl    a   Bmall   fttnourtt  <ot   money
Iway   points  at   special   rates   for   the \ shares   that   will   wram'iiil
1 rrwnd trip.    Thc train  will leave here
at  9:tin   A.m.   and   will   return  leaving
White Rock at 7:30 in the evening.
Cur Wabn stock is- somewhat on the heavy side, si  for ou'ck ���rtMi������ ,v,     ,,        *.    ., ���'
Z"r:^'-2777i7T^:Z7:7'7 T^^ ""-"   '*"" ""' "*'"
and  tailored styles;  all
���1.71
box thi-m c'euier tfowi any country
lr. tlie tv. rid.    The markets are wait-
it    needs
Whitewear
Specials
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4%-AU0W��D
ON ALL Df POSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
The
up   he
have
case of Jack Duldger will come
fore   Magistrate   Kdm .nds   this
mcirnlug.    Bulctger fs alleged to
Impaired the vision    of
Baker, a few days i
rant sworn out by  the  injured  Indiv
��� dual, -HuKlger   was    arrested
Cay.
Will y )U
to invent
und     l��uy
 ^^^^^^^^^^       a    great
prlc?.
Here I; Is squarely up ti you io fur-
th r Investigate every cl lim made in
this I amphlet. Xow, do no; hesitite
See for yourself what the Parker
Cortinuous Process can do. Ler us
prove to you a'l that we say. Are
you going
Women's   Whlto     Cambric     Drawers
ctounce; closed only; Valuta regular
per pa'.r	
Day,
with
4 0 c,
mi;."'in
Bargain
Women";
0d; trimmed
Women'i
br ildery
one,  William I J'"11 Kolttg to do it?    Or are you goin
anj on a war- |to   1:1   this  opportunity   pass    by  and
then wait6 up at a later date and Wtob
y u  had   In vetted whei   you   hid
chance?
yester-
The funeral o'f Mr. W. Wolz will
take p aoe f ls afternoon at 2:30
<.'c ock f om the family residence. 86
Fifth st-cet. to the Oddfellows' Cemo-
t ry. Rev. J. fi. Henderson will Offl. late. Mr. Wolz leaves a wl'e and
one fott, oni aleo two b-othes and
a sis er In Illinois. Ho Wttfl
old.
years
OWI.S BMOKKR.
New
Westminster Nest No. '���'* will
hold a smoker on Friday evening,
May 21. All Owls an- requested ti
be present and  bring their fri<
APRONS, I for SSe.
White Muslin Aprons; plain or embroider-
with bib; medium size; values 25c.
White Cambric Dnderek/rts; with frill em-
or lace trimmed; lengths 31   to 41 Inches;
values regular* $1.50. Bargain Day, each   O.jC
b.um.'.wx sivsir.vnr.s port holiday
WEAR, $1.30.
Women's   size   Fancy   Parasols;   In   plan   and   fancy
.v-iod   handles;   with  covers  of  white  hemstitched
cotton;   also  In  fancy colored  borders and  check
covers;   strung   frames   and
regular  $1.75.
Inch fiilk  Pomrcp:  in shades of sky,  navy,  hello,
fine   weave  and   silky
Thursday Bargain, per
^^^^^     -10c-
Cream   Lustre;  all  wool;
value regular ":,c.    Bargain Da
���'igbiy   styles;   valuta
s.ik Pongee; in
greens,   mauve,   grey,   etc.
value regular 50c.
finish;
yard       ... Thursday Bargain
4 1-inch
exci llent quality;
per yard . . . 4!it*
BURNABY
ACREAGE
?
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
Well located Burnaby acraag.. is gcttiiij.
things is In pretty strong demand.
lt
scarce and like most good
won't  be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vane
Divided into lots and
couver will linve been
then the fortunate owner of a few
will be able to set almost any price be may care, to ask
^^^   sub-
broad acres
UMBRELLAS, 75c
Wh���.\a,:'' M*,n':' ''Arenas; strong frame*; with
���' -.��;   ��m���.��,,i cover,;  s���(,d seiect.on ot fancy
Bar* .     n             **"<"*��:   values  ergular    $1.00.
Bargain  Day, emh    7Jic
HOSE THAT MK\N  WORTII.AVIHI.E SAVI.VGS.
H��mr.���,rfi"P '���":;"n """>:  "l;h "oublewles, heel.
**,)*',"";:; ;" a" ,h" "'""��'' -mmer shades:
"^   to   jo;     vuluej  regular  25c.    Thursday,
  aoof
smsn's Black Ootton Hos
blacks; fully fashioned; in
regular 26c. Bargain Day,
Women's Pure Bilk Ho
of nky,
and   black;
sizes
per pair
Wo
Moca yarns; fa*t
sizes 8^ to 10; values
per pair 15c
���ole. nr ii.-    .u      , Sl' w,,h (Ipep Knrter tops and
soies or Heie thread; in shade
champagne,   white ������,,  ,,,��������.  ���,,��� g%   ,0  9^,
Prices That Mean
Much Economy in
Your Everyday
Needs
<;r\<;ll.\M.s AXD PIUXTS, 6 YARDS 75c.
For Thursday selling only; our complete range of
best grade English l'rlnts and Scotch Ginghams;
are offered at a worth-while saving; jou are fure
to need some of these goods* soon; come early
Thursday and get the pick; included are hundreds
of pretty desilgns and color.ngs; fast washing
shades; value regular 15c.   Bargain Day 6 for 75o
Dress Muslins and Vesting?; Id while nnd fancy col-
ored effects; showing many pretty.novelty patterns
and colorings; widths 27 inche; values regular
26c and 20c.   Bargain Day, per yard 20c
(HTKTAIV GOODS.
Fancy Colored Bordered and all-over patterns; In
curtain scrims; shades of tan,  ecru and cream;
. w.dthe 3-8 inches; values regular 40c. Bargain,
Day, per yard 25c
Fancy Drawn all-over Scrims; In white and ecru;
soft draping qualities; plain edge; width 44 inches;
values regular 35c.    Bargain Day, per yard , . 25c
Eirht pair* only Curtains; In heavy arab net; shades
of cream and ecru; s.ze 52x108 Inches; values regular $2.75.    Bargain Day, per pair   $2.25
RUNNERS.
��!z? 18x54 inches; plain linen with hemstitched edge;
, extra quality; values regular 75c.    Bargain Day.
each , SOc
5c-!nch Unbleached Linen Table Damask; with
floral pattern; good fln.sh; regular value 45c.
Bargain Day, per yard 35c
������ aluei
pair
regular   $1.75.    Thursday    Bargain. �� per
I1.4S
I'hlidren's fio�� ,^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~" toes
white and  black. Bar-
250
HOLIDAY   RIBBONS���EXTRA  BARGAINS.
Extra quality all j��.k taffeta ribbon: In widths thi to
In (very wanted shade; oxtra_ weight
value 25c. Thursday Bargain, per
 SOc
Fancy Drc
ox of rea! Moca cotton;  heels and
spliced; In tan,  pink, sky,
gnln Day. two pa.r for
$H Inches;
��nd finish;
yard  	
USE
Na- Dm- Co
HOSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Rudy Hose Cold Cream
Sec Our Window
MIl'S DRMOftt
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. D.C.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Hetween Hastings road and the Burnaby Lake tram line, Is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price, Buinaby Lake property is selling at from 13000 per acre and up. We
uway below thai, and we can give good terms.
about 7i"n"nh"n",P';"'' s"k rlM,ons: tarttta' *ld:hi
egu'.r ,      n'"    " R'">"  rangC ��f co,0":    value-
regular to 60o.    Bargain Day, per yard 2.*!
MiriiWKAK BAKCAIXS.
Jabots ���, .ide ,ffCots of lnPe ttnd inwn; vaIues
Thursday Bargain, each	
Collar."
."izes;
SSr.
150
can nuotc B prjoe
ln Lord Byron styles; fancy embroidered; all
values uOc.    Bargain Day, each 85c
Fichus of  white  lawn,   with   lace   trimmings;
style*; values 86c.    Bargain Day, each	
Hand  Bans;   In  suedr
values $1.00.
nice
.  (l.-.c
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
shades of black  and green;
Thursday Bargain, each 7So
Handkerch.cfs; women', size, of fine barred muslin.
Hargaln Day     4 for 25o
Belt   Buckles  and   Fancy   Pins;   gilt  and   allver;   all
neat styles; values 600,    Thursday Bargain, ea. 25o
18-Inch Huek Toweling; pure flax; extra weight and
even weave; value regular 20c. Bargain Day, per
yard 15c
36-lnch Pure Whlte Longcoth; even weave and unfilled.   Friday Bargain 8 yards for $1.00
11*4 White Grecian Bed Spreads; extra weight an 1
full ��se; hemmed; values regular $2.25. Bargain
Day, each $1.50
16-lnch Crash Toweling; all linen quality; imont'i
finish; value regular 16c.   Bargain Day, per yd. Ilk-
*
22-Inch Checked Tea Toweling; In red or blue; close
even finish; all linen; value 12'^c. Bargain Day.
per yard 10c
Ruck Towels; sise 22x2-6 inches! hemmed or fringed
ends; good quality linen; values regular 60c. Bargain Day, per pair    &0c
Pillow Case* of good quality cotton; plain or hemstitched; sises 40 to 44 Inches; values regular Etc.
Bargain Day, per pair 40c
Table Cloths, of all linen damask; size 68x82 inche!;
extra quality and  finish;  values $1.75.    Bargain
. Day, each ,  $1.25
Table Kapkins: size 22 Inches; hemmed ready ;'or
use; neat designs and food quality; value reguisr
$2.26.   Bargain Day, per dosen     $1.75
Sheets, of extra grade white cotton; size 68x80 in.;
plain and hemstitched; values regular $1,75. liar-
gain Day, per pair 81.50
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Flre, Life, Accident,  Employer*'
and Marine insurance.
Liability,   Automobile
CTtf.8Ml
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