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 TO L:,/ FOUNDATION
dr FRASER HARBOR
Mayor Lee Outlines Details of Scheme-Present Expenditure
of $500,000 Ensures Future Commercial Greatness-
City Will Eventually Be Reimbursed This Appropriation.
START CAMPAIGN
FOR NTW MEMBERS
Outlining definitely Che scheme now
being cnvolved for a Greater Westminster harbor to handle increased
shipping and commerce attendant upon the opening of the Panama canal,
Mayor Lee yesterday spoke to the
Daily News of the essential improvements which would take place once
the $500,000 harbor Improvement bylaw, whilch is to be voted on by the
citizens on the 2<Hh Inst., is passed, j
"Of course," said Mayor Lee, in prefacing hia remarks regarding the bylaw, "It must be by no means understood that this $500,000 ini'tal expenditure Will in any way comple>e the
harbor iinnrovements. It was uot considered advisable by myself and the
council to make the by-law any largei
this year. A splendid foundation for
the harbor thet is to be can be lal 1,
however, with this app. opriation and
later on when the Dominion government takes over the work���as it
eventually must���then the citizens of
Westminster may have the double
satisfaction of having tho money expended in this work reimbursed to
tliem, and of knowing that the city"s
prosperity was due to those who had
not waited for a government to act,
but had taken tlte Initiative themselves.
Front  Street   Improvements. '
"Fiist of all," continued th<> mayor,
"it is Uie inten:ion of Uw harbor committee to widen Front street to a
width ot 182 feet from the wharf
line ami to conatruct wharves which
will be. suitable for the ere^ijon of
warehouses 117 feet out into the
Fiaser beyon.l the present water line
limit. This ivill give accommodation
for warehouses and shipping shede,
��'>'!xl32 fet-t of s^ace a; against 75 to
100 feet now heln;, uaed.
"It is airo proposed." said his worship, "to pave Front street with cement sidewalks
for rail and water transportation and
traffic which could not be accomplished In any other manner.
Fermer  Results.
"I appreciate the fact," concluded
the mayor, "that there are other bylaws of great importance���iu fact absolutely necessary. This is the sum
total of conditions. Kor every dollar
which the citizens have voted in this
Cl'fty in tbe lust three jeais ample
compensation has been given to the
ratepayers. Increase In property
values, in trade, in demand for labor,
combined with better wages and bet.-
ter conditions generally are but
among the benefits which Westminster has derived duiing that period.
"The by-laws which will be submitted cn t.'^e 26th inst. are the
natural outcome, of t!ie> progress
pollcy which has meant ro much to
the olty and citizens past and present. Ihey are :'he stepping stones
whicli lead us to heights of Industry,
shipping, and commerce."
Progressive Association Has Concerted Movement on Foot for City's
Future.
CONGRESS ADOPTS
L'SffUL MEASURES
BUSY SCENE ALONG
CITY WATERERONT
Large   Wharf   and   Many   Additional
Improvements  for  VuUan   Iron
Works.
Contemplated changes, addi. ions
and improvements at the plant of the
Vulcan Uon Works Ltd., consisting of
thc cons'ructlcn of a large wharf and
the erection the c-on of an annex to
on the river side of j the present existing iron works, are
that lortion reserved for railway|��>w ,in(jer waVj ;,;,.. \jy_ a. Gillev, a
purport's. Industrial traces will also well-known local contractor having
be placed on tlie liver side of the | had the work in hand since Wednes.
street whirh will lie along tba north-; ,iay.
Plledrlvers and construction ecowa
arc today at work at the tpitu ot tbe
now   wliiiif   which   ls   ettua.te.1   along
Just, before mos'i citizena were
wending their way homewaid yester
day afternoon at the completion of
their day's toil, an enthusiastic body
of progressive citizens died With
or/dmlsm and confidence in the future
of Westminster, and desirous only of
devising ways and means for makini.
that future bright, met in the office
of lne Progressive association, and
laid plans for the first memberihii
caihr.aign of the New Westminster
Progressive association. By the end
of next week, it is hoped that the-
association will have enrolled five
hundred enthusiastic members.
Since the organization of the association a few weeks back the campaign has been the subject of much
disccssion, and i:s execution has only
remained in abeyance until all arrangements were complete. This has
now been accomplished The various
committees which have teen fo.-med
wiil act as teams under the leader
ship of the chairmen, and everything
is in leadinesa for the inauguration
of the campaign which will be open
e.l on Monday, the 17th. All tihrough
the week the eight teams which have
the woik in hand will vie one with
another in securing memhers, and
the net results of their labors will be
available daily at the headquaiters of
.he association, and regularly through
the medium of the presai
On Wednesday afternoon tlie association will hold the first of a series
cf l.mcheons which will take place at
periodical intervals. At this luncheon
wliich will last Just one hour, several
prominent gentlemen will speak on
matters of civic importance and helpful hints for the competent campal^n-
e s wiil be dispensed across the festive board.
Memhers of the committee* are
asked to call on the secretary anytime this morning and Becure a list
of membei s already en*. o.'Ied, together
with application cards.
Common Trade Marks and Mer-iartiie
Law���Move for Uniform  Com
pany Law.
London, June 14.���At today's siting
of the Cong: ess of Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, Sir Joseph
Cockhurn, of Australia, proposed the
adoption of a trade mark which would
be common throughout the empite.
The resolution was carried.
Colonel Penter. of Canada, put for-
waid a motion urging the codification
of all British mercantile laws,  which
Will THIS COME
TO WESTMINSTER ?
Canadian    Car    and    Foundry    Wil.
Erect Big Plant Near
Vancouver.
Mono:eai, June 14.���"The erection
of a power plant near Vancouver is
a sure thing," said Mr. Butler, of the
Canadian Oar and Foundry company,
'though the. exact site has not been
decided upon."
Mr. Butler lecently returned from
the coast, where he s;.e;it some time
looking ovoj' sites for the p:c;o.-:eii
plant, and his reports are now be-fore
TEN KILTED IN
TRAIN WRECKS
was carrlei unanimously.    It was ie-| the board of directors of the company.
solved that the Imperial government j The   Pacific   coast   plant   will   not
be invited to negotiate with the overseas dominions with a view to    lhe
adoption�� of a uniform compan
law
DEAN NOW PLAYS
HIS LAST CARD
erly portion of the water !os. There
tracks will <?n:ible lu<Jurtri.il anfl ��hli>-
plng concerns to have corn spotted at!
any- part��-nl*"r- p^<^-wU��>oi^,tovlna^,^^^rfi^*."'iy tiW.Mita ot itoa w��
sent-works neci- Uie Fraaer river railway  bridge.
Immediately Mr. Gilley completes
the v. haif ?.;ensi8. Poirler anil Pa-
<l'ieti.e will begin the erection of the
new addition which will occupy a
ground floor space of ~2 by fifi feet.
This Ann will also install the new
machinery and jowcr fixtures, being
under contract to finish the work
within five wes';s from the "time of
commenting operations.
A featuie of the improvements contemplated for the new shop will be a
large ove. head travelling crane,
which may be utilized both for unloading heavy machinery or mo.al
from scows and boats in the Fraser,
or for loa/ling the- company's product*;
on the cars of the G.eat Northern
Hallway.
The Vulcan Iron Works are the
manufacturers of heavy boilers and
tauks, pipes, amoitcstacks, etc., having hi hand at tlie present time large
coin.ran* for material for the World
building and the B. C. E. R. depot in
Vancouver.
OIL REPLACES COAL
to ko to the toiib!�� ot rtrnrcinB ���
whole train Or In any wey ln+erferlng
v.ith goods rcarty to ship or any other
traffic whatsoever.
"A straight key wr.i:." said Mayor
l.ee, "will bs constructed east from
the "foot ot Tenth stroet whicli will
give ships of any size wishing 10
berth on on-* waterfront an opportunity of doing so without anv inconvenience oi nianoeuvering. This cannot be dono nt the present time because the wlmries upen the river are
not of C'ltial lenj::.h and the waterfront prewnts a broken line.
Wl'l Lease Wharves.
"The wharves so constmcted out of
the half a million dollar appropriation," explained tho mi yer, "are owned by the city, and will bo lease! to
bonafide industrial concerns which
may acquire waterfrontage, shipping
lnteres'ffl, or commercial rights here.
It Is intended that no more pioperty
will be leased to rny one concern
than that actually necessary in carrying out its business.
"Tbis   acquisition   of   wharfage   on
the     waterrror.',."     announced     the,
mayor, "will positively mean a readjustment   of prices antl   it   ls anticl-.
pat cd that a mutual arrangement between the present lessees    and    Uiei
city in regard to this may be made.
Forms  Nucleus.
"When this    is    accomplished    we'
will   have   guarded  carefully  against i
any possibility of i ail way or    Industrial monopoly, and while lt. it not io
be considered   that  the  1500,000  will
take care of the entire harbor it   is
our belief that eventually when' the
Dominion covernment tokos the mat-
ter up and appoints a harhor comml*'-
sion. the work accomplished wi'.l form
a nucleus from whicli all subsequent
improvement, will  indlnte.
"Wben the government takes this
up���and I have every reason to
think it will in the next few years,"���
on his worship, "the city .will t!ien be
relieved of all financial obligations, in
connection with harhor development.
In order to prepare for this, howover.
the city must have a new deal witli
the waterfront, which may only be
accomplished by the city prtssing just
such a by-law as that to be presented
on the 2fith lust.
Apply the Rerredy.
"Theue facts," said the mayor, "are
In themselves sufficient to warrant
the-support of every citizen In voting
for the lmpiovemcnt of the harbor.
If we arc going to amount to anything ns a elty we must be��ter our
facilities for mil and water transportation. At the present timi} Front
street, is out of ''he question. In regard to tills tho ough!'a:e In Ita present condition, it can only he said
that the C. P. K. u"e it tis a ipttr f'om
the main line, and ns n shunting
ground for smti'i freis'ri.
"No transcontinental railway co.ild
for a moment consider Trent streel
unless It was widened to a sufficient
extent to protect Ohem ln their progress through the city ns well in the
citizens themselves from bodily harm.
Tho by-law for the improvement of
tho harbor will supply the remedy
/or this, involving, as R does, a plan
TRANSPORT STRIKE
iS FIZZLING OUT
Committee Orders    Men   to   Reiine
Work���0om;>rom4ee with Employers Sought.
London, June 14.���Outside of London the strike among tne transport
workers is gradually disappearing.
At Bristol, the onij- port completely
tied up, the strike committee has ordered the men to resume work. Similar otdens, are expected from the
strike lcude.s at (Manchester and
Swansea, and lt is possible that by
i.'.ion-Oay woik will be proceeding
normally.    .
In London the Btrike continues, but.
owing to the distress of the families
of tliose who are out of work, the
men aro anxious to resume, and the
strike leaders are seeking to elect a
compromise with the employers on
the best terms obtainable.
GIRL DIED THROUGH
FATHEH'S NEGLIGENCE
Case Gees to  United  Statis    Appeal
Court���Chief   Bradshaw
f.'eturns.
Having probably got wind of the
fact tbat Chief Bradshaw was on his
way south to Bring Charles Dean to
this city for trial, Dean's attorney
played his last card In the fight
against extradition yesterday when
he took the caEe on appeal to the
United States appeal court.
Unless the attorney can present
mere evidence than that which already has been given before the various courts where the hearings have
been held, it Is everted by both
Chief Bradshaw and the Pinkerton
agency, that Dean will he e-eonsced
in one of the cells at the local jail
before another month has passed.
Chief Bradshaw tirst went to Seattle ou Wednesday nlpht to discuss
hc different phases of the case with
Detective Ahearn, and waa Just on
the point of going further south to
Loa Angeles, -when Ue was notified by
wiro, ot tha delay.
Similar tact\c�� ��ro being played X,y
..������ Australian" Mc^amarn. tp Net; Vork.
as large as the Fort William one
though the probable cott will be
fi,000,000.
"Owing to the different conditions
In the far west, the Vancouver plant
will not manufaetuie steel cars, ;et a
steel foundry, for the purpose of
turning out steei casting wil! he one
of the feat'Uies of tlie riant."
Mr. liuiler spoke of trie jreat demand in British Columbia to cope
with tlie growing; lumber industry, also of the demand for contractors'
cars, ballast and flat cars.
HAPPY SCENES AT
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
Garden  Party   Marks  Passing  of Another Milestone for Young
Peo-1 j.
Sonic seventy bright    young    men
and women gathered yesteiday afternoon iu  the large assembly room   of
Columbian  college    to    witness    the
closing of a college ;, ear. the passing
of another  mile  post   in   tlie  couise
of their  lives.    iMnny  of them  later
in the evening said good bye to the
faculty, thc students and the building
and   entered   upon   the   threshold   ot
another U��e.
Except tor a te\�� minor esMnluifc-
Uona. ttac college jear ot 1S11-12 ended yeaun'day. According to the principal   of   the   laB.lTuUon.   Dr.. H.����tt��er-
wneie he ts neld as on'e 01 tive    al-Jtn'gttm. the itestyew haa h*��ti �� ���-|imii the air Wo����-
C. P. R. Smashes Account for
Six   In   Saskatchewan,
Four In Ontario.
Many Passengers Injure*   Operator'*.
Mistake���Roosevelt's Train
Meets Mishap.
Moose Jaw, SaaS., Juno 14.���A bad
wreck occurred today nt Coran, near
Pigeon Lake, IC miles We*t of Breden-
bu;y. The operator forgot, to deliver
an order and as a result a freight collide 1 with a passenger train. Two
engineers, two firemen and two bruke-
men were killed and a dozen or more
pascsenfeeis were injured. The tralna
aie reported to have toppled over, on��-
into a deep gulch of the lake on the
south side, and the erfjher over a high
cliff on the north side.
Head-on Co. 1 tion.  .
Fort William, Ont., Jane 14.���Four
coilins were shipped tonight hy a
Port Arthur unlertaXer to Nipigon
for the burial of lhe trainmen killed
in tbe wreck this morning, which was
caueed by a light engine and a freight
train in a head-on collision. The dead:
A. Koss, engineer of the light engine..
Burke, fireman of the westbound
freight.
Alex.    McQuaijr,   engineer ot   the
westbound freight.
Diakeman Allen.
Injured:    D. Egan.
( The C. P.  U. officials   with    their
usual reticence, refuoe to give oa". information- as no trains have arrived
yet, end as the dead and in.iuie.i aro
ail of Schileber, little is known lacai-
iy.    it is reported that an inquiry is
to be held at .N'ipigon tomorrow morn-.
Ing.
Rock cn Line.
Albnay, .V. Y., Juno 14.���A boulder
about 'two  feet  in   diameter in    the
path of the train whieh   ia   bearing
Colonel Koosevelt to Chicago, brought
Ills  Journey   to an aterspt-    lu&V    leaa.
than, an hour atUat   Vt aw WtTOn at
G'.'AO p.m.    The train. ,w���� tnuNCMc at.
high speed.    BreraU- toefQg^ ��ur�� \>enx ;
Fruhling   Gees   Into   Dry   Dock   After
Next Trip���Six Months
Dred?in?.
Uostlie:n, Sask., June 14,���At the
coroner's inquest held today 'the jury
re tui ned a verdict that Maggie Rosen-
fell died from bums received on June
���i, and cliuged her father with gross
nepilsence in not calling medical aid
until too late.
On June 4 the '.1:1 wa3 i burned
while Starling a tire wih coal oil.
The front and back part of her body
waa horribly burned. The pirl suffered terrible agony for eisht days when
she Jled, but medical attenlance was
called only a few houra before her
death. The Jury viewed the body,
which waa in a terrible condition.
One more trip to the Sandheads
and it is probable that the suction
diedge Fruhling, Captain Grosae, wilt
be placed in dry doc!: to unlergo her
annual overhau.'ing. While the work
cn the boat M.is yuar will be smallei
than that of last year, an important
innovation will be ca.ried out, iu that
oil burners will be installed, which
will do away with her coal bunkers,
and will thus eliminate -.he many
trips she has to make to tiiis city to
coal.
Tenders will Immediately be called
for the installation of these burners
and It is understood tha.; most, if not
all, of the sovei-nment. dredges win
be similarly tieated. This Ib said to
be tho first Dominion boat that will
do away with tbe fast dying out coal
burners, and perhaps the success that
the C. P. H. and the G. T. P. boats
running out of Vancouver, have attained along this line leads the an-
tho.ities to this step. Just what firm
will get the conttact remains to be
seen, but there are three available
for such work, the B&'iuimalt, Wallace
yards, North Vancouver, and one
other.
It is now a year since the Fruhling
was overhauled In Esquimau, and during that time the mighty diedge has
nozed its way through the sand bars
that infest tlie mouth of the South
Arm of the Fraser 60 'that there is
new some 16 feet of water ln the
channel where three years ago theie
were only nine at low tide.
The value of tills boat can be appreciated by local shippers and business
men, when tt is known that duiing'
the past six months she haa made
over 550 trips out, into deep water
parrying some 457,800 yards of sand
and silt.
Without a dredge In operation at
the Sandheads, it ls said by all those
who are acquainted with the antics of
the niijlity Fraser that: the channel ai
the mouth would be passable only for
a light canoe.
Yesterday two prominent mon connected with large engineering work
in the States paid a visit to tihe Fruhling while at wo;k, and were shown
the intricate yet massive, machinery
which sucks tho eoilt Into the large
hoppers. One of these men wat
Major Morrow, of Portland, the o!he>
Mr. McGowan. of New Orleans, whe
ls one of 'ihe designer's of dredgoa for
the United Statea government.
As the Fruhling li a German built
boat, It is practically impossible fo
the U. S. government to purchase one
Of t;s type, owing to the American
Me; chant act levjing an exorbitant
duty on foreign built ships.
��� Mr. McGowan exptesued himself
well pleased with Its workings, and
wiil doubtless start his inventive
mind worklnp: in an effort to duplicate
the booit while not infringing on its
] patents.
ege^ yeggmen connected with the
gieat robbery which startled the
whole continent last September when
over $200,000 was taken fiom the
local Bank of Montreal.
USE ELECTRICITY
ON DOUBLE TRACK
LOCAL MEN LEAD
WAY IN CANADA
Announcement -Made by Sir    Tho/r*s
Chaughnessy Concerning B. C.
Lines.
Montreal, June 14.���It is quite possible that when the C. P. R. carries
out the big scheme announced by Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy of doubie
tracking the main line between Calgary and Vancouver plans will also
be 'taken into consideration for the
electrification of the line. ,
The* company has already made a
tentative start on a portion of Its
Crow's .Vest Pass line and thiB has
p.oved so successful that today it
was announced .thut power plante
were under construction fur He electrification of the Columbia and Western branch of the line from Castiegar
���io Rossland, B.C.
The overhead wire system Isi to be
used, u.s it ls considered that the third
rail wo ild not be so reliable under
the conditions that are met with ic
the Rockies.
CHURCH STANDS FAST.
No Change In Name���Disfavors the
Abolishing of Bare.
Toronto, Julie 14.���The Anglican
synod bere today refused to endorse
the petition to abolish the bar ih
Toronto, and threw out Edmund
Jones' proposition to change the name
of the Church of England ln Canada
to something more appropriate.
SWISS   GUIDES   FOR
GOLDEN, B. C., ARRIVE
Montreal, June 14.���The flint party
of Swiss guides and their wives to
form the iwucleua of 'the permanent
Swiss colony which the Canadian Pacific Railroad Ib establishing in thc
roady-made
wftiss. near ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Mountains, arrived In Montreal ye*
terday, and left last night for their
new hon<e. There w��ie 12 adults in
the i*a.r-t_y.
cesstul    one for tho    co'.lego.    More 1 cW��nt ^a," u^TO-'iowi, mt^lS"
students have been ad led to the roll, Ithe train an hour. ���   -     ^ ���
and a bright futu.e   awaits   the   re-' "T
opening of the building next September.
Following ithe  closing  exercises,  a
garden party was held on the spacious
college lawns, under the auspices of
the Woman's Educational club of the
college.      Japanese    lanterns     hung
around the main building presented a
pretty picture    as    here    and   there
students could be    seen    an.l    heard
maybe talking of    tlie    doings    that
have happened during   their   attendance at the college,    maybe    savin?
good bye    to those    who are   going
I north aud south, east and west, never
perhaps to meet again.
Gowns of every color and combination of color lent a picturesque note,
while tlie music discoursed by the
Mackness orchestra rounded out a
scene of beauty. Hosts of friends and
relatives helped swell the concourse,
and mingled freely with everyone,
lhe strains of the National Anthem
brou.eht the proceedings to a cloee.
During the afternoon some fine pictures were taken of the students und
faculty by  Mr. Cave-Brown-Cave.
Mocse Order Acquires Site far Home
-423,000 Mentioned���Gnrpris-
ing   Growth.
COL. SAM HUGHES
WILL VISIT GIMP
Colonel Curris Commands at Macau-
ley Flalns���Plan Attack on
' Victoria.
Victoria, June 14.���Llout.-Col. A.W.
Carrie la to take command of the
joint camp at Maculey Plains, according to distiict orders juot issued with
ielation to the arrangement*- for the
camp, which wlll be the la.gest yet
held at Victoria. Th* engineers of
the Work Pokit Garrison are now laying out the aite and making preparations for tho camp. The ults to go in-
U> camp are: Fifth Regiment C. U.
A., 104th Regiment of New Weatminater, ISth Fleld Ambulance Corps of
Vancouver, and No. 11 Section of the
Signalling Corps.
The Fifth Regimen.;, C. G. A, will
parade at the Brill Hall on Sunday
Sw!sr'ri!'!ai|'eU"o!r '"moi I p��o���lng At 10 o'clock and will march
Gol'!��n. in bhe Rocky 'rnt0 ����mP \�� .un.fer����| ^^"f, ^
���..i,.��rf  m  Mnnt.��,i  rM.U��M 17 to July 3, and the 104th Reg-
Aid for Volcano Victims.
Seattle, Juno 14.���The revenue cutter Rush sailed for Kodlak totlay to
assist the cutters already engaged ln
relief work in Uie Vicinity of the disaster. The Rush was unahle to carry
the 30,000 army rations orden I sent
to Kodlak and those will be taken hy
the steamship Admiral Sampson tomorrow.
iment and 18th Field Ambulance will
arrive by the C. P. R. steamer from
the mainland on Friday, June iii, and
will march into camp a>: Macauley
Point that afternon.
The camp staff has been appointed
aa tollowB: Camn commandant,
UenU Col. a. W. Currie, 5t:h Regiment C. Cr, A.; orderly officer. Lieut.
T. V. Scudaraoie. (ith ftejrimen.t Duke
Of Con na light's Own Rtflos, and the
iieueral a aff officer will be. announced later. The administrative stuff will
Still another fraternal temple ia to-
be erected in tbis city. fUtowing the
lead of the Masonic and the Odd Fellows lodgoa, tbo local lodge of the
Loyal Older of Moose ha* dec!Jed to
put up a building of it* awa, and the
papers necessary for the turning over
of >the propc.ly of Judge Bote to the
order were siiuied yesterday.
The property ln question ia locatedT
near the corne.-' of McKenzie and Carnarvon stieets. Its proximity to tbe
business tection of tbe city makes
tbe site an admirable one for euch an
institution, and the o.Ticera of the*
order are to be congratulated upon
such a move, seeing that the lo ige -
is as yet but a few week* oid. The -
purchase .price is said to be in tae
neighborhood of 123,000.
The gieat stride* made by Uie order
haa led to the formation of a granu
iodaa in Canada, and on* has yet tov
hear of any other city than New
Weatmlnster taking Ue lea* in erecting Its own home.
July 21 is the last ��.ay when tae
present charter koepa opes and on
tliat evening some three hundred
candidates will be initiacd into the
mysteries connected with the order..
Thia wiil bring the local wembe.-'ship.
to over eight hundred, which, considering the population ef the Royal
City, leads one 'to belie.e if holds
the record ln numbers.
Last, evening Moose me* and their
friends gathered in tho ��i*.ra house
where a apeclal pragma wm ce;ded.
(Continued on Pa(e Eight.)
LOTS OF TIM�� YfcT.
Augutt 15 U Latent Dat* for Rebate
en City Taxes.
According <ie th* dty aaseeeor,
iheie appear* to be a feeling among
cei tain property owner* that local.
taxes are die for payment at tho end.
of the present mon tit. Inquiries are
being made dally at Ms office, and'
from them *:��� apreara that the ratepayers have conrused Um iste when
the provincial tri-OB most be i&iii
with that upon whicli those of the-
city are due. "
Thirty day's notice must ba *lvea>
bv the city eo?essor wheat the malln
the notices ronceni!*g the city taxes..
The la'.eet t'ate when thin rebate is;
allowed is Auf.i>��t 15, se- ther* is no
end of time for the pow aad afflicted man of >lihe home t* accumu-
| late the necesaary bedbie thnt date,. r~'   I*A0B>TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
8ATURDAY, JUNE  15, 1912.
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Classified Advertising
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One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE;
reasonable. Enquire lo2 or 428
Fourteenth street.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTKD���CABINET MAKERS AND
bench men. Apply Westminster
Woo 'working company.
WANTKD���BICYCLE IN GOOD CON
dition.    Apply Box Gl News office.
WANTKD��� PLASTF/tEH TO FIGURE
on ho se on Nanaimo near Sixteenth
street.
WANTED���LADY
plain tewins at
62 News otlice.
WISHES   TO
home.    Apply
DO
Box
WANTED���LADY WANTS TO DO
plain sewing and mending at homo.
Box (io News office.
WANTED TO RENT���STABLE SUIT-
able for two horses, near Fifth
avenue and Eighth street. Phone
829.
���WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
fjuire two comfortable furnished
rooir.s; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. ft,
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTKD���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRBSSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. ' Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
TO     KENT���FURNISHED
701 Fourth avenue.
ROOMS.
FOR RENT���NICE REAR BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen.
Apply 621 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.   ,
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
PERSONAL.
WILL THE PARTY, WHO IS
known, who took silver-handled um
broils ftom Sixth sireet car, after
leaving Third a\enue from Edmonds,
Wednesday afternoon, | lease leave
same at the News office and avoid
further trouble.
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
purchased a canvas hammock at
Cuuingham Hardware Company
early this week, call in and get a refund of the price raid.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room I. Lavery block.
WANTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPLV
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
A SNAP���Lot on London street, partly cleateJ, 50x130 to lane; good and
high. Price $800: $3500 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.   No. 307.
THREE GOOD LOTS���Facing on
Twelfth street between Fourth and
Fifth avenue. Price $7000: one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
mon- lis.    No. 401.
CLEARED FIFTH STREET LOT���In
good locality, 52x150. Price $1500:
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.    No. 324.
DURBAR    PICTURES.
Arthur A. Lotto, general representative for Klnemacolor of Canada
Ltd., was in Westminster yesterday
conferring with Manager Tidy of the
Westminster Opera House, tegardine
the exhibition of the famous Durbar
pictures in Kinemacolcr which weire
���taken ln India by command of His
Majesty, King George. As a result of
the conference, a contract was signe.'
by which the Durbar in Klnemacolor
pictures will be shown at the 0|:era
house for three nights and t*o ma
tinees, commencing Thui sday even-
ing next, .lune 2D.
Tf.-ise marvellous plcburos, which
show bath motion and original colors,
molucad by photography only, were
recently exhibited in Londcn before
their Majesties, the King and Queen,
anl also beiore their Royal High-
nesces, the Duke and Ducheas" of Oon
naught and Princess Patricia in Ot-
tau.'i. Premier Roblln of Manitoba,
wl.o witnessed the Durbar pictures]
last week in Winnipeg, 6all: "The
Durbar pictures in Kinemacolor are
Um wonder of the age and no British
subiect ihculd mLs 'tbe chance ol
seeing I ho realistic events of the
greal pageant when our foc'.oved King
and lii 3 gracious consort were
crowned at Delhi."
SOUNDS IN THE SILENCE.
MARKET
REPORT
MONEY TO LOAN ON RESIDBN-
tlal property; lowest current rate, I
payable in five years with privilege
of repayment in three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 621 Columbia street.
FOR SALE
TOR SALE ��� FURNITURE FOR
Ueht housekeeping cheap. Room 8,
Smith Block.
TOR SALE���CHICKS AT A BAH
gain: one dozen, week old, 8c; three
dozen, one month old, 12Vfec; three
<lozen two months, 25c each; three
dozen just coming fryers, 40c; one
��jozen choice Barred Rocks; two
dozen thoroughbred Brown Leg-
liorns. Chicks���Andalusians, Barred
Rocks, Brown Leehorns, one pair
White Barred Rocks. All choice
stock: selling on account of subdivision. Must go quick at 224
Seventh Btreet, Allenbaugh.
Animals   Hear   Noises   That   Do   Not
Affect  Our Auditory  Nerves.
It is very difficult to make some
persons believe that nothing ean move
without making a sound, although it
may seem to be absolute silence to
them. Everything that moves disturbs
the air around it and sets up a kind
of wave motion that spreads through
the atmosphere in all directions.
When these wave motions are strong
enough wa hear a sound. That we dn
not hear anything is no evidence that
there is no sound, for other living
things  may hear what we cannot.
The motion that is started in the
air when anything vibrates or moves
suddenly has often been compared to
the motion of the surface of still water when we drop a pebble into a pond.
But there is this great difference���the
eye can see the wave made by the
smallest glass bead you ca find, but
the ear is not nearly ao sensitive, and
unless the waves are pretty high in
the atmosphere the human ear cannot detect them aj sound.
Animals and birds have much better
ears than we have. A dog will prick
up its ears at the sound of your voice
or a faint whistle when it is an astonishing distance off.
A deer has been known to look up
at the sound  of a  footstep tliat waa
still half a mile away in the woods.
A gamekeeper in  the south  of England noticed that the partridges were
startled   by   some   sound   which   he
could not hear just at sunset every
evening.     An   army   officer  who   wss
visiting the estate "thought it peculiar
that the time should change with the
change in the hour of 3unset, and he
had an idea.
At a ioH twenty milei away they
$1400: one-third cash, balance 6, 12 I fired a gun at sunset every day. and
and 18 montba.    No. 228. 1 he   noted this  difference  in  the  time
| and  the  moment that the  partridges
jumped and found it waa just about
EDINBURG STREET LOT���Size 50
by 132 to lane. Close to Henley
street. Price $1200; one-quan;,er
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 207.
LARGE SIXTH STREET LOT���
Cleared, size 58x148; between
Fourth and Sisth avenues. Price
$3000; one-quarter cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.    No. 144.
FOURTH
and  in
STREET LOT���AU cleared
grass.     Size  52x160.    Price
FOR SALE���EMPIRE AND SMITH
Premier typewriters, in first class
shape.   A snap.   News office.
KOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
mo6t new.   408 Fifth street.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
JPOH SALE���CHEAP, IN COOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
atreet, city.
WOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down,
$l.(io per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Engineering Department���Tenders for
Sidewalk Lumber.
Tenders are invited and will be received by the undersigned up till 5
p. m. on Friday, June 21, 1012, for tlie
supply of Sidewalk  Lumber.
Particulars and specifications maybe had on application tn tho Engineers oift'ce. Municipal Hal1, Edmonds,
B. C.
Tenders will not be consldpretl unless male out. on the form<. sippllel.
The Council does not bind itrelf to
accept thc lowest, or anv tend: r.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS.
Comptroller,
Wurihjlptfl l.all, Edmonds, li. C,
June 12, 1012.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving.
The Corporation invites tenders for
paving the following streets:
Sixth Avenue, fiom First to Fourth
Streets.
Fifth Avenue, from First to Fourth
Streets.
Fouith Avenue, from First to
Fourth Streeta.
Third Avenue, from First to Fourth |
Streets.
First Street, from Royal to Sixth
Avenues.
Second Street, from Clinton Place
to Sixth Avenue.
Fourth     Street,     from     Columbia
! Stieet to Sixth Avenue.
'    Tenders  will  be  received  for    the
following types of pavement:
Asphaltic Concrete.
Bltulithic.
Hassam.
Vitrified Bricks.
Wood Blocks (creosoted).
Contractors for pavements must
also lay the necessary Concrete Si'.le-
walks, Lateral Storm Sewers and
other works contingent thereto.
Plaiu and specifications can be ob-
tainei from J. W. Ii Blackman. City
Engineer, upon depositing a cheque
value $26.00.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be deiositel by 6
o'clock, with the undersigned, on the
17th of June, 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 5, 1912.
D. McAulay
Tel. 7��1.
ARCHITECT
Cer. 8th and Columbia
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
��uSdiv aions 89 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS QfFICL:
the time that it would take for the
sound to travel that distance. One
day he arranged to have the sunset
gun fired five minutes late, and the
partridges rose just exactly at the
predicted time.
Here is an experiment to prove
tliat there are sounds which we hear.
Tie a string around the neck of a
heavy poker or any short bar cr iron
and then swing it gently against a
wooden chair. All you will hear is a
little tap.
But the poker has been made to
vibrate and must be still disturbing
the air round it with tiny waves of
motion far too delicate for your ear
to catch. But now twist eacli end of
your piece of string round the fore-
finger of a hand and, letting th" poker
hang free, stick your fingers in your
ears go that the poker hangs like a
~. Now lap it ��ti un wisir, and for
weral seconds you will hear a sound
a* loud as a bell in a cathedral.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for M. H. Covers, Etc.
The Corporation invites tenders for
supplying and delivery of about 70
cast ion manhole covers and frames
Also a similar number of galvanized
iron  dirt l-.o.\os    and    ^ix    lamphole
CO' CIS.
Further particulars can he o'ltnined
from the oTic.e'of the City Engineer.
Tenders to he deposited with tho
City Clerk by the 17th day of Juno,
1912.
The lowest nr any tender not neces-
saiily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cltv Hall. June 7, 1012.
NOTICE!
Take notice that at tlie adjourned
meeting ot t'e Board of License Commissioners of tho Municipality of Uurnaby, on Monday June "Hh Instant, at
V: 30 o'clock p. m, -t t'. V ��� '.*'*
liiri, Kdmonds, l iu end to applj inr a
renewal cf the license for 'bo Royal
Oak Hotel,
A, M. JOHNSON.
Mc.'lay P, O., B. C.
The Fighting Temersire.
(Henry Newbolt.)
It was ciph: bells ringing.
For the watch was dene.
And th<> gunner's lads were singing
As they polished every gun.
It was eight bells ringin-;
And the gunner's lads were Blnglng,
For the ihin she tode Bi-Bwinging
As they iio'islied every gun.
Oh. to sei? the linstock UgMng,
Temerairt'1   Temerairel
Oh. to hear the roun ' shot biting,
Temerahe!   Tem era ire:
Ob! to ?<>c- the linstoc!; lighting,
And to hfir thi round s'io biting,
Kor we'eail In love with fighting
Cn tho fi.",ht.ing Temeralte.
It. was noontide ringing,
fir.d the battle Just begun,
Wben the shin lirr way A-as winging
��t> liiey loaded every gun.
it. was noonMle ilngin-.?,
When the ship her way was winging
.'���.nd t )������'.*. gunner's lads were1 singing
As they leaded every gun.
The'c'll be manv grim and feory,
Temeralte!   Temeraire!
There'll he few   o tell the stor-,
Teme:alre !    Temeraire !
There's man    ;.rim and gory.
There'll be re a- to tell th.e atory,
B'.V: we'll all hr one in glory-
Wit h the Fighting Temeraire.
The e's a far tell ringing
/1 the setting of the snn.
And a tHrtptom voice is singing,
Of the gTeat   'ays done.
There's a fnr hell ringing.
And p | han torn voice is singing
Of renown forever clinging
To   he great days done.
Now the Winsftf breezes shiver,
Temeraire!   Teinrralre!
And "he'a la-ling down the tiver,
Tuurral e!   Tc meraire!
Nov the sun'-pt breezes shiver,
And s'.e's fading down the river,
B"* \-' Fni'hnd'r song fo'ever
She's the Fighting Temeraire,
Taking into consideration the time
of the year when the fanning com-
muily around the Fraser Valley are
busy preparing their crops, yesterday's market was exceptionally brisk
both from a buyers and sellers standpoint. Very little change was noticed
in the prices.
Pork and veal were plentiful, but
mei on and beef was not shown in
large quantities and t.h-e little that
was offered soon foun il ready buyers.
Fowl were plentiful and prices ruled
we'l for good sized bi oilers and hens
in good condition, but (he tendency
of bringing in small broilers kept the
prioeo loweii than what they siiould
be.
Egga were plentiful and remained
Bteady.
The offerings in the flower department, kept up lo the standard. Tho
variety was good, the cut flowers and
hanging plants being especially fine.
Vegetables ate now beginning to
come In good (inan'ilies, cauliflowers
and cabbage finding ready buyers.
The lish mai ket wns also good,
there being a large variety on the
stalls.
The first local strawberries fljere offered yesterday. This year on account of the unusually gend weather,
there promises to be a bumper ciop
nf this luscious frit. The crop on
both sides of the line is goo'., so that
local growers find that the topnotoh
prices which usually prevail at the
opening of the season, have simmered down to a medium standard.
Crates are selling at $2.50 eacli, wliile
the American fruit is 25 cents lovve.'.
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack  51.25
Carrots, per sack   $1.00
Parsnip.s, per sack   $1,011
Tin nins, per sack    75c
Potatoes, per ton ?25 to i'.'.ti
Vegetables,  Retail.
Beets, per bunch  5
Onions, per lb Sc
Potatoes, per sack    $2
Carrots, per bunch  the
Cabbage, per lb Sc
Turnips, each    5c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen  SOc
Eggs, retail, per dozen 35c
Butter, retail, per lb    35c to 40c
Butter, retail, per lb 3oc
Fish.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per lb; 15c
(2 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders, per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per lb 15*
Blue cod, per lb 10c
Halibut,  per  lb 10��
Steelhead, per Ib 15c
Smelts   2 lbs. for 25c
Retail Meats.
Beef best rib roasts  15c to l��*i
Beet, loin    igc to 22c
Beef, round steak m.
Boiling   heel      10c to 14c
Veal    1 r,c   to   2o��
Pork      18c to 20r
Sugar cured bacon    20c
Mutton      12c to20c
Dressed chicken, per lb 25c
Wholesa'e Meats.
Veal, large  9c to 10c
Veal, small   12c to 13Vfec
Beef, front quarter  9 to 10-
Beef, hind quarter  lie to 12'-
Spring lamb  12c to 14c
Mutton      10c to 12^c
Pork 12c to 12^c
Poultry.
Geese, live, each   $1.50 to IS
Hens, small, dozen  $0
Hens, small, retail   $7 to $9
Hens, large, retail   $7 to $8
Broilers, dozen  $3 to J4
Chickens, dozen   $4 to $5
Chickens, dressed per lb ?R-
Ducks, dozen  $8 to $10
tically all that remain of the Labrador
branch of the Innult race. They are
all professing Christians and live such
orderly, quiet, and regular lives Ihat
there is no policeman or even a resident Justice of the peace ln their
country. At present there is little for
the white man to covet in the country
of the lnnu'.t, and therein lies the principal safety of the Eskimos.
Eskimos of Labrador.
It is suggested by Dr. S. K. Hutton.
who spent five years ln Labrador, tha'
the progenitors of the Labrador Eskimos come from Siberia, and that they
are physically related to the Mongolia.
So far as is know, they are i,he aboriginal owners of the Labrador coast,
and their territory extends inland
more than a hundred miles. Two hundreds years ago they occupied the
whole length of the coast from nortb
to south, about 000 miles, and their
numbers were greater. Now they are
confined to that part which lies between Makkovik and KUIinek, between
latitude 55 degrees and 60 degrees 30
minutes north. In that area there are
now fewer than  13,001)   people, prac-
CHARLES  McNAUGHTON
Tho English comedian, as ilo.ond, in
"The  Spring  Maid,"    at    the   opera
house Monday, Juno 17.
Shetland Time.
One portion of the British Isles is
not likely to take much Interest in the
bill for reforming the calendar, which
Is to be introduced into Parliament
The Act enforcing the Gregorian calendar wua passed lfil years,ago, but it
is still ignored in Sho land. Almo3t
all through the group of IslandB the
o!d style of reckoning time is still followed. What we call Januaiy 13 is
New Year's Day among the Shetland-
ors and is celebrated by them wih all
manner of old observances, Including
the solemn di inking cf th�� national
toast���"Health to man and death to
the grey lish."���London Globe'.
SCOUT    ORDERS.
Scout orders by Scout Master R. P,
Day, commanding First New Westmin-
s.ter Troop Baden-Powell  Hoy Scouts:
New Westminster,
June 13th, 1912.
The troop will para le at. the Drill
Hull on Wednesday next, June 10th, at
7:30 p.  m.  prompt.    Drags "Drill Order."    Otderly   Bugler  for  the  week
ending Wednesday, June 1.9th. Bugler
Rufus Gilley, Cyclist Patrol.
All scouts not liaving a complete kit,
must procure same from tlie quartermaster's stores Immediately, in preparation for camp.
By Order,
FREDERICK J. SIMPSON,
Adjutant.
CHICAGO MERCHANT
MAKES STATEMENT.
liter Spending: Thousands of Dollar*
and Consulting- the Most Eminent
Physicians, He Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, ILLS.-Mr. J. Q.    '
Decker, of 134 Van Buren St., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I have had catarrh for more    '
than thirty years.     Have tried   j
everything on earth and spent
thousands of dollars for other
medicines and with physicians,   ,
without getting any lasting relief, and can say to you  that I
have found Peruna the only remedy that   haa cured   me   permanently.
"Peruna has also cured  my   j
wife of catarrh. Bhe always keeps
it In the house for an attack of
cold, which it invariably cures in
a very short tima."
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
NOTICE.
City of New Westminster.
Any citizen desirous of having n
copy of the Financial Statement and
Annual Repot t fcr 1911, can obtain a
copy at the City Hall from either the
City Clerk or City Treasurer.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
June 12, 1912.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
Furnished for attractive enterprises
ln all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water anl
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
Mining, Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond, Debenture and Stock Issues
Underwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and Investment.
Financial Undertakings of all sort)
handled.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted foi
execution in any Eurorean country.
Correspondence enclosing full do
talis at flrst writing Invited.
Tbe International Bankers Alliance
14-ie-18 Bloomabury St., London, Eng.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
Assessment Commissioner's Office.
To all real estate dealers and others
who are uctlns for owners of pioperty
In or out of the city, you would confer
a favor on all concerned by giving me
a list of the property for which you
are acting as agent on or before the
first day of July, so that tax demand
notice may be sent to you direct, thus
enabling all property owners, who aro
living outside the city and represented
here, to take advantage of the full rebate ieriod which expires on Aueust
15.
F. BROAD,
Assessment Commissioner.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathburn ls not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.,
Ltd. Tlie public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co., Ltd.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing in th8
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary re
quired to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary  Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Ai p'i'-at:ons for the position ot assessor will be received by the undersigned ii? to noon, Monday, the 17th inst.
Applications must be in writing,
stating age, experience, remuneration
required and when prepared to commence.
Envelope* must be endorsed "Assessor.
WILLJAM amrriTHR.
Comptroller.
Edmonds, B.C., June 11, 1912.
FIVE MONEY MAKERS
FOR $3000
Five choice full sized lots on new B. C.
E. R. cut off near Gilley station. These
are splendidly located and are growing
into money. Lots can be bought separately for $600 each.   Speak quickly.
Six Room Cottage to Rent $25.00 per month
Six Room House to Rent $25.00 per month
Both New and in Good Location.
Investors' Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.    NOTARY PUBLIC.
CURTIS BLOCK. . NEW WESTMINSTE!"., B.C
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
=^=���   GOTO
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
P.  BURNS' MARKE'
FOR TKE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
m SATURDAY, JUNE 15,  1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRBB
UNTOLD WEALTH OF
NORTHERN ONTARIO
BY   BEN   HUGHES.
1 e t.pposo It is scarceiy possible to, other thoughts, dreaming other
make anyone believe that up >ho e|diearns. Though it is superficially un-
within 200 miles,   of Jnmes   Bay the I like tlie roaring  wile open cam; a of
weather from June'to October is so
warm tliat it is comfortable to sleep
out in the Open air without any protection whatever. Tho businefits man
lrom Toronto or Montreal coming 'to
ejCobalj; throws an oveicoat over his
arm an.i debates whether he should
not put cn his winter underwear. If
the American West, and ladylike and
gentle-mannered compared with tlie
Yukon, it neicr-heless harbours some
cat the wild and reckless spirits from
every mining camp in the world fan
the Tland to Alaska. The lust for fresh
fields is drawing many of the reet-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ le-ss spirits to the Portland Canal
he docs he- will find the only endur-j country in Urllish Columbia, but they
able plaoe is down a shaft.
As to the fertility of the soil, this
district, tor long regarded by the remainder of tlie Province of Ontario
as n. Wilderness inhablte.1 and inhabitable only by lumbermen and moose,
is an unmapped paradise of blue
lakes full of all manner of flsh, and
green bush, where only the hlack fly
and the mosquito are vile. They, too,
aro driven back and quite out of all
reckoning directly a space is cleared.
Whereve: there is an old lumber
trail o���a.'i- which hay has pnaeed, the
Cteen and luxuriant clover makes the
air frail ant, The stray seeds shaken
out of tlie wagons take root and grow
to a height, not excelled by the carefully cultivated crops In the lush
meaiows of the Midlands. And there
are aii manner of wild flowers and
wild milts. Raspberries grow wild
hero as luscious as in the walled gardens af Kome Surrey manor, and the
bea.:.* tnd the maseos of blueberries
their chief and most delicious food.
Wild currants and goosehe.ries
strawberries an:l nuts, all can he
found In  Ihe bush.
The cultivation of the land has undoubtedly been delayed by the lure
of the Ellver and the gold. The more
adventurous spirits have with one accord deserted the plough and the furrow for the pick of the piojipector,
and the fortune that may be waiting
for him in that pleasant life, paddling tfotn blue lake to blue lake in
the northern wilderness. Notable examples of wealth stumbled upon have
spurred this ambition. About the
time Cobalt was first found a few
farmers handed themselves together
and "grub-Caked" men to po out
pio^.ecting for them. They sent them
north, nnd they t'oind nothing, but
when they r'aked Btrma cf the rooky
lelpes of Cobalt they Struck a wonderful vein. Ore of their properties
ihey sold at once for a ��� rice that
brought Ihem in 2W.ti per cent on
their expenditure, and they new have
a little forty acre3 that enable them
to pay 300 per cent on their capital
at least flve times a year, and still to
shl^> to the shelters. What wonder is
lt that the young Ontario farmer do-
BplEcS ttie pious h tall and followa thc
lure of LMt* Coba.lt bloonj and tb�� seductive putter ot the poifl'
Cobalt ia a   place    apart, thinking
may repent of tlieir t.ansfercnce. The
Northland holda many mining camps
yet. Not a year ago all tto country
from Cobalt north v.as considered to
have heen amply covered by the man
with the pick, but it is today attracting far moie attention in Speculative
ci-.cles in New York th:un Cobalt.
From its score of mines and its fourteen mills Cobalt ls now furnishing a
twelfth of the world's silver.
Porcupine Is but a youngster, but
so many experts liave now been convinced that, at least some of it,3 properties are sure to be producers. Porcupine can still only be reached by
canoe and gasoline boa't, and every,
thing has now to be taken in the
packsack. The fare of the camp Is
bacon, beans, and pork, an.l they are
nearly always out cf beans and bacon.
There, however, is another link in
the northwad march of the. conquer-
in;; legions of progress. And the other day a party who had been prospecting away north in the coastal
plain of Hudson Bay came baek witb
the news of an enormona deposit of
the best iron ore. Where the waters
of the Mattagumi, one of the giant
rivers that plunge and foam towards
James Bay, make their final rush, iron
ere shows on the bank. Many years
aj.o a government party came back
with the report of an eno ntous hody
of iron quite workable and nlmc:;. of
Bessemer quality. None had any belief in No-thein Ontario then, anl iti
was about 300 miles from a railway.
Like many other reports it was laid
away and forgotten. But recently
some prospectors, adventuring far to
the north !n the search for more Por-
oupincft, found these grea' ir.-isses of
rusty mineral aj:ain, and experts
have now stated that it is the best
iron ore so far found in Canada.
When the price rises, and the big
trun'c acrosd tho iin? f.ow short of
reserves, it Is ns sire as ths run sets
In t'ne v.-cr thai ttie s'oam s'io,el will
be digging out this mineral from the
banks of the Jlaltag.iini. end grer.,-.
ore cars will be canning it to the fur.
r;,ccs. So that yet another link U
forged in the chain that Is going to
save the gr^at ipnd ot lake an:l wood
SOCIETY
Mr. J. A. Mothe.well ls spending  aj|
few da,\s in Portland.
a ,. *    a
Miss C. P. Wright and Misa Sec?4
loft on Thursday morning for Be:l-
iiigliam,. where they will atten.! ihe
Nurses' Convention.
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Miss Bla'temore -cf Victoria, 13 fio
gue��t of her sister, Mrs. A. H. liar-
con, Agnes stieet.
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The usual ineeting of thc Graduate
Nurscj' Association which was to
have been held yesterday, will not beheld until Fri.'ay of reM. week, as
the president Is attending the convention a i Bellingham.
Mlss Laura Lavery, of file Carnarvon street, left on .Monday for Ye:-
non, B.C.. whoie she will spen.l a
month's holidays with her grandparents.
��� ���    ���
Mlss Kdith Small entertained n
number of friends at her home, lto3
lyn, corner of Seventh street und
Hoyal avenue. Thursday evening, in
hone- of Mlss Allen, of Berkeley, Cal.
Hoth are students at Berkeley univer
sity.
a    a    a
The aanteai meeting of the auxiliary of the Royal Columbian Hospital
will bo held in the school room of
Queen's Aienue Methodist Church or.
Monday, June 17. it is hoped tliat ali
members of this auxiliary will endeavor to be present.
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Mts. Taylor and Mias Dorothy Taylor of New York, were the guests of
Mrs. G. E. Coi bould at luncheon on
Monday. Miss Taylor takes a prominent part ln Maud Adams' play,
"Chantlc'.er."
��� a   a
Mrs. W. G. Macqtiarrie ente-tained
at a delightful luncheon on Wednesday at Jericho Club, Vancouver. Covers were laid for ten. The invited
guests being iMrs.G. B. Corbould. Mrs.
Homer Adams (Vancouver), Mrs. G.
Harrison (Vancouver), Miss Pope,
Miss Briggs, Miss Garland, Miss Kelly (Sainia), Mrs. Burns (Vancouver),
and Miss Davis  (Sarnia).
��� ���    ���
Mrs. W. J. Armstrong ente: talned
at a \ ery enjoyable work te j on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Darling (Tovon'o). and Mi33 Briggs. Miss
Armstrong assisted her mother in ie
celling the guests. Tlie youn^ indie:
who were hei] ir.g in the tea room
were Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss
Pope, Miss Brown and Miss G.
Brown. Among those present viere
Mts. Q. E. Go.bould, Mr3 Darling,
Mies Darling (Toronto), Mad:me Gra-
uc n. Mrs. T. -T. Armst.on"-, Mrs
Bay, Kiss Ray. Mrs. ,]. Brym-.i.-. Mts
Beatty, Mis. Davidson, Mr.3. Charl-e-
Eon. lifts, Yuengling, M.-&. O. A. Allen, Mies Trater, Mia. G. B. Coibo-aU,
'THct House of Quality and Low Prices"
rnlshin
For Week-End Shoppers
Floor Oilcloth
Two yards wide, in pattetn suitable
for bedroom, etc. Most stotes charge
30c ier yard for 'this. Our *ee;-end
price, per Bquare yard  	
22l/2c
Camp Comforters
$1.25
5x0  feet,  with  good  coverings
week-end p. ice 	
Ou:
Grey Blankets
Jus* the thing for camp         *|)fe.^D
$2.65,   $3.50   and   $4.00
Veranda  Cocoa
In neat designs anl colcrincs. A very
durable article;  3xG feat  	
4%x7*S   feet
Mats
$3.06
$5.75
Matting, per yard   -    10c
Matting, Mats and Squares
27x51 inchea, each     <&OC
30x72 inches, each  :.. ��30C
CxG feat Squares    /*>C
Cx9 feet Squares   ��P 1 �����"
Dxi) feet Squares  ��P 1 ��� (O
9x10 feet Squares        Jp^.UU
9x12 feet Squares    ��|>^.DU
Porch Screens, nat'l. color,
4x8  feet     OOC
GxS   feet  Jpl.VlU
8x8 feet  $1.51/
10x8  feet        $l./5
Clothes Baskets
For soiled celthes.    Round or squara
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
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trom lhe somnolence tliat1 bo fpe-lMm. Gracey, MrB. J. E. Allen, (Mies
quemly foltoi-s .�� .played-out mining 1 Q'lSRB. Mlsa Fiaser, Mlra WiAght
camp. 1 M"We Corboud, M1&3 Phillip
r.n.1 Mtes
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CHURCH
SERVICES
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(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 a.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates thut no details have been
supplied.)
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Mr. W. Anderson will Bieak in the mo. hing, and
Rev. J. G. Bowell in the evening.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
scliool nnd bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Rev. W. McKay. B.A., of Harrison.
Ont, brother of the former pastor of
Sixth Avenue Methodist chinch, will
preach ln the mornin;. The pastor's
hubject in uie tv-ening will be "The
Largest Thijg on the. Presbyterian
Hoi lzt.i."
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curute. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Matins, hoiy
Communion and sermon; 2:30 p.m.,
Sunday school; 7 p.m., Evensong and
eermon.
ST. BARNABAS,
Tenth street���Rev.
M.A., rector.
(ANGLICAN), 436
E.   R.    Bartlett,
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins, B.A,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, B.D., pastor. 11
a.m., public worship.
ST. PAUL'8 REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
and Royal avenue, "The Low Church."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev, W. C.
Frank, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.: Sun'lay school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.
OLIVET    BAPTIST ��� Rev. A. F
Baker, pastor.    Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
COLLING WOOD MlCTHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school, laid along the giound. the method be-
ftouse; 8ervlce nt 2 p.m. and Sunday, lng the same. In this wav the aero-
achool at 3 p.m. Rer. W. Ewart Jones, plane may be guided along the safe
pastor. .   course at ni;ht or in foggy weather.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Rev. M. G. Meivin, B. A., minister.
. '';\ices at 11 a.m. and Ttth) p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class 2:30
p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E
0. Thompson. M.A., pastor. Public
worship at 11 a.m. and 7 p.n.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Mornlhg service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Service will be held at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday bcIiooi
at 2 p.m.
NIDAROS NORWEIGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
every Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in St.
Paul's Reforme.l Episcopal church,
Sunday school at 2:30. O. Borge, pas:
tor, residence 1654 Eleventh avenue
east, Vancouver.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school
Rnd Bible class at 2.30. Rev. C. W.
Brown, of Queens Avenue, will preach
In the morning. The pastor wlll
pi each In the evening.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY���
Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. at
121 Third avenue.   All are invited.
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean and Lieut. Reid���Services at 11
a. m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., in the clti-
del, Eighth street. Open air services
as usual.
FIRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
C'HURCH. St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HAL1 .���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH���C.
S. McKinley pastor. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 7:30 -pin.* by. tha pastor,
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
IDMONDS BAPTIST���Service will
be conducted at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A.; Sunday school and
Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Electric Guides.
Submarines, airships and >the like
enn he steereri along the path of a previously laid electric cable ln the following way: On the vessel are two
wire colls placed nt right angles, m
the coil ci 'cult are telephones or relays, and Ihe cable carries a high fre-
nuency currem'y By comparing the
sound In the two colls, the vessel can
be steered so as: to keep it along the
line of the cable, and thus avoid submarine mlne'3 or hidjen dangers. Signals can aleo be eent between shore
and the vessel on the induction principle.      For aeroplanes the cable la
'o.'.cn.
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Remnants of Oilcloth, 15c Per Square Yard
Remnants of Linoleum, SOc Per Square Xard
Vrs.   D.  G.  Macgowan   entcT-'intl
cn    Monday  afte. noon    in honor  of
Mifs   B'rlggB.    During-  the   a'ts-.-noor.
ilttle  Mi;s  Mary  Mae/|ira; rie  presented her with a bunch cf beautiful ied
loves, and a sliower of handiiercliir-
and doi.its.   Mrs. Macr.ianie, Mrs. G.
B. Corbould. Mrs. .1. !.'. Alien anl ?.Irr.
Seymour   presided   ftf the   U.i     able
iind   were   ossisted   ln   serving   the
quests by  Miss Pore, Miss Co: bould,
Miss   Nora  Armst'iong,   Misa   Bro in,
Mlss  G.  Brown.  Miss EfTle  Warwick
and Miss Rickman.   <Mrs. Sinclair cut
the ices.    Among those 1 resent were
Mrs.   McAllister,   Mrs.   Russel!,   Mrs.
Eddv,  Mrs.  Gowan   Macgowan.    M:s.
James    Gifford,  Miss    Gifford.    OOaa |
Wright, Mise Darling tTorontol,' Miss,
McBride,   MIsb  Lewis,   Miss   Annan-1
dale,  Miss    Shildrick,  Miss    DeWolf
Smith, Miss Phillips. Miss Armstrong,
Miss Peele,  Mlss Garland,  Miss Cotton and Mlss Freese.
��   .   ���
Mrs. G. B. Corbould was the hostess
ait, a work tea on Thursday afternoon
in honor of Miss Briggs.   During the
afternoon   the   bride-elect was   pre-
In
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FURNITURE A
401-403 Columbia St.
Phone 829
New Westminster
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Haynes, Miss Armstrong, Miss
Wright, Miss Peele, Miss Pope, Miss
Garland, Miss Lewis, Misa- Rickman,
the Misses Martin, Miss Corbould,
Miss Freese, Mias. E. Homer and Misa
Train Crew Remembered.
Montreal,  June  1".���The  members
-��^|j^^J^^^>U��W of Connaught was    brought
ber.    ___ ^^^
by Mrs. W. G. Maequarrie and Mrs. D.
Cambie, while Mrs. W. M. Ru&sell cut
the ices. Assisting in the tea room
were Miss Corbould, Miss Darling
(Toronto), Miss Blown, Misa Nora
Arm'i,rong, Miss G. Brown, Mis3
Martin. Mlss E. Martin, Miss Homer,
Mlas Rickman and Mls3 DeWor
=tmith. Among those noticed were
Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Macrae (North
Vancouver). Mrs. Sutlheirland, Mrs. J.
H. Jones, Mrs. Balloc'h, Mra. Yuengling, Mrs. Doherty, Mrs. Gracey, Mrs.
Marcon, Mrs. J. R. Grant. Mrs.-Hadlngham. Mis=, Armstrong, Misw Haynes. Mrs. Eddy. Mrs. J. E. Allen, iMiss
Lewis, Miss Fraser, Miss McBir.'e.
MIm, Peele,   Mlea   Briggs  and   Mlss
Freese.
���   ���   ���
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. A.
F. Cotton was at home to her many
friends. Rushtton's Orchestra was in
attendance and the many pretty selections they rendered made the afternoon a. most enjoyable one. iMlsa
Cotton was reviving with her mother
and Mrs. W. M. Russell helped to ��n-
tei'.a.in the guests. Mrs. Worsfold
and Madame Gauvrean presided over
the lea table for the first hour, *.^m
tbeir places were filled by Mrs.
Brydges and Mrs. Gaynor. Mra. Sinclair and Mrs. Q. B. Corbould cut the
ice* and were assisted by Miss Ellis
(Vancouver), and Mies Cotton. Assisting ln the tea room were Mlss E.
Homer, Mlss Corbould, Miss Freese
Misa Alma Lewis. Mies Rickman and
Mlsa J. Man'.in. Among those rial4ce:1
were Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. Harvey
tMrs. Fletcher, Mra. J. C. Armstron".
Miss Lewis, Mia. Haynes. Mrs. J. E.
Uten, Mrs. Ed^v, Mrs Doherty Mrs
Malins, Mrs. Marcon, .Misa Blaclce
more (Victoria), Mrs. Charleson, Mrs
Yuengling. M^s. Picking. Mrs. T %"-
mner, Mrs. Rant, Mrs. 6. B. Martin,
Mrs. Gowan Macgowan, Mrs. W. G
Macnuairie, Mra. J. Gifford, m%. Allison, Mrs. Grace;-, Mrs. Wolfenden.
Mrs. Macdonald, Mrs. Hadlngham,
Mrs, Davidson, Mrs. J. H. Jonee, Mrs.
to Montreal from Quebec when taken
ill recently, have each received a gold
tie pin from Her Royal Highness in
recognition of the caro >they exercised.
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111 GRAY HAIRS
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SEte ���d Signs,
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
A  Harmless  Remedy,  Made
from Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair,
A feeling of sadness accompanies the
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing age. Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person
look old. * We all know the advantages
of being young. Aside from the good
impression a youthful appearance makes
on others, simply knowing that you aro
"looking fit" gives one courage to
undertake and accomplish things. So
why suffer the handicap of looking old
on account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' time?
Moat people know that common garden sage acts as a color restorer and
scalp tonic aa well. Our grandmothers
used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
hair dark, soft and luxuriant. In
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and other valuable remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair that ij split at the
ends or constantly coming out A few
J applications of this valuable remedy
I will bring back the color, and in a short
time it will remove every trace of dandruff and greatly improve the growth
and appearance of the hair.
Get ��� fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, ancl notice the difference
in your hair after a few days' treatment. All druggists sell it, under guarantee that the money will bo refunded if
the remedy is not exactly as represented.
Special Agents, D. 3. Curtis and H
Ryall.
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ARCHITECTS
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NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
FREE ROOMS
At 353 Hospital Street, near car line,.
for laborers while clearing lots in the
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
College   sonj.��   and   cha ter   at
Royal Theatre today.
lavie^' Cafe
irve the beet coffee and new laid
eggs for bieakfast.   Lunches put up.
Corner Columbia and Eighth Street
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work Guaranteed*.
641 Front Street.     Near City Market.
Westminster
Transfer
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phono 131-
Begbla Street
Baggage Delivered Promptly to>
any part ot the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
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SATURDAY, JUNE  15,  1912.
^���'aBSKSSS'S'Kt!
SIR RICHARD McBRIDE.
The honor which Ills Majesty has
���conferred upon the premier of British
Columbia is one which ts partaken of
hy the whole province, and wo feel
that, every IX ltish Columbian, no
.matter wbat his particular political
ereed, will "Join in hearty congratulations ita Sir Richard Mcliilde, K. C.
M. G.
We add the letters, for it la a far
greater honor than mere knighthood
that has beeu conferred upon thc
heads of the provincial governments
of British. Columbia and of Manitoba.
The order ot St. Michael and St.
George i^ trwruciKly bestowed upon
oversea statesmen, but as a rule it Is
only after the companionship iC.M.G.)
has first been awaided.
The knights of the oUcn days, in
addition (o winning their spurs, were
bound by ioteran oaths to perform
-duties which were for the be;terment
of the nation to which tliey belonged.
It is no mere empty title this ad Ution
of a handle to one's name, although
in this age we may be too prone 'to
look upon it as sueh. The honor nnd
dignity of tbe title remains, so too
does the obligation of service which
���every true knight of old took upon
.himself.
No impartial student of public affairs can but be in accord  with the
-statement that both the premiers of I
Hritish    Columbia    and    of Manitoba |
Jiavo rendered signal service to    the
provinces they represent.   The people
on the coast, and particularly in New
Weamlneter, the btrthplace  of    Sir
Richard, appreciate this fact, they appreciate the recognition ot the King,
and  they trust that the recipient of
'.his latest honor may go onward in
the true service of the province and
of the Empire.
������������������������������������������������
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��� TIMELY TOPICS 4
���   ���
��� And    Irresponsible    Comments   ���
��� by an Onlooker. ���
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������������������������������������������OO
I suppose 1 ought to apologize for
not having appcired in this column
last. weok. Frankly Breaking, however, I don't feci inclined to do so,
not from any Impoliteness, bat simply because I thin'i that to be too
busy to do anything is an almighty
goad excuse, and that waa, my excuse last week. For arter all, the mon
thr.it write for the papers ai>'e real
men. The stuff you nnd I real in the
papers e\ery morning, which you and
I both call "dope," does not make Itself; it is not written by a machine
or anything eo heartless as a correlation. You who are reading thl;-, I
you had been given a tin.- lilt of t
different I wist at birth, might have
been a newspaperman yourself, and
then you would have known wlrat it
Is to be too busy to do something
else. But after all everybody think-
that he himself ls the busiest man on
earth except one or .two, and they
spend all their time talking about
what a "snap" they have got, and I
don't blame them. Besides they must
hav�� something to do and talking is
only wea:isonio at cne end, never ai!
botih. If it is good, the speaker getf
tired;,if It is bad, lt ls the listener
that, wants to go to hed. A bad
speaker never gets tired.
Wo are in the middle of June and
everybody Is getting man led or suppose:! to be, except, of course, myself. I never even supposfti tho women won't let me. But if T don't suppose, I may be permitted \a wonder,
and I often wonder why on. earth
June should be such a popular month.
Of course, June is not ye*'.- hot and
lit is not very cold and it ls quite a
nice time to have a honeymoon. To
an old bachelor like me, however,
marriage always seems to be more
suitable to winter. Marriage and a
homo seem synonomous, and the first
thing a home should he is snttg. Now
nobody can be snug in summer. At
least, if they are, they must be very
font of the heat. No, winter is i.he
time for snugness, and a wife, if she
i3 any good at all, fhould be as snug
as the home. So why marry in June?
Because it's the fashion I expect. But
I know that 1 am going to be married
In late September or October���if she
will let me of course, and when. 1
liave found her, or ns Bernaid Shaw
would say, when she has found me.
Despi.e these ideas of mine, though,
I would ask Une June couples to accept a bachelor's hearty congratulations and may god-parents be in
strong demoni before another year ic
past!
WAKE UP. CANADA!
At Thursday's meeting of the Con-
tress of Chambers of Commerce of
the Empire, an Australian delegate
made a striking commeait upon the
lethargic attitude of Canada with regard to the naval question. His words
are none the leas cutting to all true
Canadians because of their absolute
truth. We^ as a people, have been
singularly blind to what haa boen taking place in the naval evolution ot
���our sister nations, and lt is quite certain that every Canadian at that London conlerenoo must feel decidedly
uneary in his mother's house Just
now.
Westminster has a particular interest in this conference, fcr there are
two of her foremost citizens now attending it In the per&cna of Mr. T. S.
Annandale and Mr. !,. it. I.ushy, wlio
are there representing Uie local Board
-of Trade. We do not hear what part
���lihese gentlemen played in the rHs-
otiRsions, and for that, wo have tc
thank the fact that Westminster receives very .scant recognition in the
matter of wired noire service. As an
instance of what bsing alive to the
advantages of publicity means, we
might ,\t oie tho fact that Vancouver's
representative, Mr. A. Ci. McCandles.-i
1ms his propctoals printed in every important paper in Uie Empire : eater-
day.
The Dominion Government bas in
band somt scheme of itav.-.l defence,
and a coefercate Irtish llie admiralty
.vas lo what iorm that ehould take In
ordr; io fit in lo the bc.ii advantage
with t.i(. :e.juiremcn),3 pf the empire,
is shor.iy to take place l;i Lun ton.
When Mme announcement h made
we vvitl ii> in a bettor rosidiM ta comment therein. "There arc ;.i��ny ways
in v.'liiih Canada cun ami shoarj help
lo deffiud herself, and by doing eo to
add to ihe projective farce of the
whole ���iuvAre.
Tiiu a;icK*f.!��is of our Australian
I lend ;uc ruiisumiial, th*re is need
for . ��� tiuia Vo do coinething, anl not
to <>:i";;���.(' bor activities to mere
void'. But we ara sure tbait once
the people ot Use Dominion tally realise their duty in the matter .of naval
defence, realise its necessity and the
Importance Of tba tremendous questions tha, an* bound up Vie <!n. there
will be no loom for the people of Australia, �� New Zealjfld, of South Africa ii* of the many other portions of
the oin,:ire, who have, each after its
Kind. "-,i many years contributed
tulips, incn or money lo thr Imperial
Navy, ta ray with tu'!. that >"��<; have1
he n Io ir.d Wanting.
Whether you think the Opera
House has paid me for writing this o:
not, 1 am going to put- in an "appeal"
for the theatre. Somebody lecent'.y
went to considerable expense to pio-
vlde tbis city with as nioe a little
theatre for lta size as 'ttaartfHtoim the
coast. 1 don't knew who they were,
but they did it fine and fioin the war
the rec-'.e have supported them
since, they muet have done it partly
for love. Mcsi. of the shows this sca^
son have been good; most of the
houses have heen bad. One or two
plays have not been quite up to thei
mark, but we could afford to forget,
these and remember the vas.! majority of good shows that hav* come
hero and played���to our slin mo be -'
said���to almost empty houses. 1
read in one of the papers the other
day that es a result of the way v.'e
treated William Faversham in the.
"Faun." ono of I ho best pieces thai
has visited the coast this season, we
liave lost several good bookings that
would not, facet the empty seat3 of
New Westmins-io. Well, yhat's ;���'e
matter with yot, Westminster veo-le?
You kick be-.'ii.-'t vol dent have any
shows, nnd when you have good ones
put up to jou, you stay away. II
won't do. Make up your minds. If
you don't want to be amused, say so
and save trouble and expense. If you
do want to have a little fun, Just take
the trouble to noma down tho hill
one night, when the theatre lii on.
I don't know why I have left the
bylaws to the last. I expect they
were the solid gold that settled down
to the bottom of the pan, while 1 was
Sluicing all the above slush off on the
unsuspeo.lng reajcr. Well, the council is getiing on line. It Is be"lnnlng
to havp confidence in the citizens ot
tho city and is not afraid to put lt. up
to them good and stiong no*', when
It foe-Is like it. And a good thing, tco:
much better to go to lh*? polls, vote
for a $1,01(1.000 worth of by-laws and
Irel one haa done a real good d:i;'s
wo"k. than tuin ont. for a measly
$250,000 or so. Of course, I am thin1:-
ng lirst of all of that hai bor bylaw,
waterfronl imp: nve ment bylaw or
whatever they call it. I know th.t i1
in going lo lose but still I tuiicee, l
;r>-iet write, 'if" this bylaw pftseea >v"
shall he latmcltel fairly on thc ic ���*
lo proareilty for nil. and fame for
rood o'.<l Now Westmlne cr. We've
sot the goods here, and by Jove, shal!
1 say? we mean t: r.ia'-e the most nt
them. Ju.p1 think or having s^t down
by the waters ef the Kraser for so
many ye its, and even if we didn't
hang our hiri-s on the willow tn e, at
any ia'.e clone little mote than woo]
as far da Impiovlng oar magnificent
waterfront vas concerned, Didn't
think it worth while, perhaps, because
a little thing Ill's the C. P. It. turned
ii3 down, foi sooth Weill yancouver
didn't ?et turned c'ov.-n, nnd no*v they
are kicking themselves because the
municipal waterfront is in Nev W-fnt-
n'nstei. instead of on Burrard Inlet.
Ili�� laughs bet, who laughs last and
longosf, and wo are just beginning to
smile now. .lull wait until wc really
starl to laugh, we shall be heard light
across tbe raeiflc ocean and down ta
Panama, and all the ships wiil eome
rolling up this1 wis' wondering what
la up, and when t:'icv .'ind th;- fre*o-
v,'i)te,r, they 'will t't'irt laughing oo,
an l .'e'ii all have B hish old time.
There's thia .iced hihp a.bout t'-:c
Praser, that you efen't let your imagination run away with yo.i in writing
ahout It. it will be ar i;re:it a yto^t s>.2
jou can toeslbly lina&iutf,
FELL   NINETY   FEET.
Farmer Loses Life Whilst Well-Digging.
Moosejaw, Sask., June 14.���While
being lowered down a well under
construction at Chart.rand fram near
WHlow Bunch, Wednesday, Charles
Thomas fell through the rope breaking, a distance of 90 feet. Tho bod-
was not recovered untll yesterday.
Life was coctinct. There were no
traces of injury an.l death waa either
due to shock or asphyxiation from
gas.
Drowned in Tub.
Kdmonton, Alta., June 14.���While
her mother wa3 In the house making
a roa doll for the child. Dolls May
Williams, 'Mie ltl-moiitii-old daughter
of Mr. antl Mrs. Williaina, of :!08 Agnes Etreet, fell into a tub of water
about o o'clock yeslc.rday afternoon
and wai drowned.
Ca'gary Was Interested.
Calgary, Alta., June ll.���The
"Made In Canada" train which kift
yesterday northbound, was vlsitel by
20,000 people, according to the computation of officials in charge. Thc
train was hero for 15 hours.
Winnipeg Waterworks.
Winnipeg, June 14.���Col. Ruttan,
City Knglneer, will shortly submit,
jlans for the ey tension of the city's
waterworks supply to Poplar Splines.
The City Council have been considering this for sometime.
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
ON
MONDAY, JUNE 17.
will come the Operatic Event of
the year,
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Seat Sale now on at Tidy's
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431 COLUMBIA ETREET. TELEPHONE C48. SATURDAY, JUNE  15, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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tvn
SPORTING REVIEW
VANCOUVER'S TASK
WILL BE HARD ONE
��� Westminster Enthusiasts  Predict Another Victoria for Salmon Bellies
���Today'o  Lineup.
This afternoon promisor to chalk
another notch In the unnals of sport
In this pro-.ince. The Minto cup
holders, playing on tlieir own ground
will attempt to stave' off defeat
against tho Salmon Bellies, who having tasted the fl.at blood in Uie series, are out on the war path to finish
their prey.
Will they do it this afternoon? That
question is being asked by more than
one ran and k, Ib deserving or fea.
tuie, that the local contingent of lacrosse enthusiasts firmly believe, that
on the showing made in the fourth
quarter of last, week's game, nothing
can stop the home brews from getting a two-game lead. The Vancouver lineup will show considerable
change from last week, in that Cameron, West and McDougall are back
on the job.
Just whether these players can
stem the demoralizing spirit that Infected the whole of the team in the
last game, remains to be seen, but
they will have to go some to heat
out the local home ln their boring
rushes.
It seems very probable that the
line-up of the Salmon Bellies will remain unchanged, although, the defence players may be shifted In order for certain men to be checked
by  those familiar with  the work.
The single system of referee wlll
be in force, "Dad" Turnbull having
the whole of the work on his hands.
That the homesters and visitors
will he treated alike is a foregone
conclusion, and if any of the playei'a
believe they can get away with any
rough stuff outside the radius of
Alex's optics, it ls altogether probable that they will have another guess
coming. "To make the punishment
fit the crime" is an old. very old
���doctrine, but that rule goes with the
present B. C. lacrosse commission.
Here is the probable line-up of tho
two teams:
Westminster. Vancouver.
Goal.
Clark       Hes-8
Point.
Howard       Gilfi'ith
Cover Point.
T. Gilford       Cameron
First Defence.
J. GlfTord    Pickering
;  ,        Second  Defence.
<G. -Rennltf*. . .-.ti*i.'* *rr ��.'. tnhfoa
Third Defence.
H. GUTord   Godfrey
Centre.
T. Rennie   Wes'.
Third Horn?.
W. Turnbull    Matheson
Second  lirrr.e.
Wintemute     iMwn ay
First Home.
C.   Spring       McGregc
Outside   Lome.
L. Turnbull   Carter
Inside Home.
G. Spring   McDougall
The face-off wlll be at 3 o'clock
sharp.
one else to lick and I'm going to stick
to my original proposition after I
whip Flynn; I wdll fight a man a
week and then it will be curtains for
Jack Johnson.
"I will guarantee to lick all the
hopes in the world between July 4
and Labor Day, red hopea,white
hopes, blue hopes end black hopes.
I'll belt them all, onei a week. If
'ihey come to thick, I'll take them
even faster, a hope a week, or tatter; ger me?"
"Does that, moan Sam Langford,"
soma one asked. "It sure does, but
Sam and Joe Woodman will have to
put up a side bet. I don't like that
nigger and if I have to do business
with him, I want hls money. Yes, sir,
if Sam Langford wants a licking from
me, he will have to buy it. I can
lick Langford, too, don't, forget that.
I'm the human thteahing machine and
they can send all the boya they want
to my mill."
It Waa Sure Some Game.
World's records hung up ut Olympic
games had nothing on the Moose aggregation of ball players, who last
evening cleaned the deck at Queens
park and when the total tsliles were
officially counted, the Maple Leafs
Manager Chockley, held down the
short end of a 10 to 2 battle. The lecent earthquake in Alaska was given
out as a probable cause, while others
say the big smoke that, is emanating
from the camp of LU Arthur Johnson
was responsible, but such a swatfest
In local baseball is happily a rare oc
currence. Home was on the mound
for the Moose, while Sayce essayed
the twirling stunt for the M. L's. A
feature event at the entertainment
was an eight run batting rally In .;ihe
second.
SENIOR SWIMMING
INTERESTS Y. M. C. A.
Some Interesting swimming events
were pulled off at the local Y. M. C.
A. Thursday when the senior members of the institution were out for
the championship in aquatics. George
Cadyzlen, who won the free for all
race some few weeks ago, captured
two of the three events. The program and winners r.re as follows:
100 yard dash���1, George Cadyzlen;
2, W. Hamilton; time, 1 minute 25 2-5
seoonds.
Plunge for distance���1, S. Trapp, 35
feci. 2 inches; 2, J. Evans, 34 feet 3
inches.
25 yard dash���1, George Cadyzlen;
2, S. Trapp;  time. 10 2-5 seconds.
A 50 yard handicap Is sche luled
for Thursday night of next week.
QUEEN'S PARK EOR
WORLD'S CHAMPIONS
Amateur Game   Is  Worthy  of  Generous Support���Lineup of the
Teams.
This afternoon will see the world's
! champion amateur lacrosse team ln
action agalust tbe local aggregation
! on the Queen's Park oval. The Vancouver lineup shOA-s but little change
from that of last year, but either thej
have gone back on thei:' form or else
the ether three earns ln tihe league
have shown wcr.dyrful improvement.
So far ln ��� he race the V. A. C. have
Hunting a Home.
Manager Con Jones, of the Vancouver lacrosse team, ls certainly meeting with hard luck in securing a. site
for a lacrosse field. Th.2 present
leas* on Recreation Park expires a:
the end of this year, and Con must
get a hump on himself If he is to get
a suitable ground whei e the championship games are to be played.
That word championship is. used with
little risk aa from all repo:ts. neii.her
tha Big Four nor tlie N. L. U. appear
to have a twelve In their midst thai
can put the kibosh any one Of the
two teams on the Coasif. Having
been turned down by the finance
committee cf 'the Vancouver Cltv
Council in his efforts to secure a sublease of the Brockton Point grounls,
Mr. Jones has turned his vision tc
the Hastings Park oval, whe e the
Vancouver exhibition is held. Oprosi-
tlon has already apponied n gainst this
move from sieve: al of the aldermen
who do not view with favor this professional game. Manage- Bob Brown
of the Vancouver Baseball Club, has
taken lime by the forelock, and has
purchased a good 6ite in tb�� vicinity
of Cranvllle street wl'hin easy access
of three city car lines. Just why
brother Con has not hitched up with
Brown in the p.oposition remains tc
be seen, but the fact that all of Vancouvei *s home, games are so arrange*)
t-s not to clash wl'h the hnll gamer
favors such a move. Pei baps Con
has somethina un Ws sleeve an.l will
spring it at the light, moment. Taken
all in ?ll hc is some manager WWI
it comes to swinging surprises, and
even if he Is turned down In one spot
he h trelv will ilw In another.
The passing of Rec; cation Park n?
a ball aud lacrosse field, should not
go bv without some kind of eclcbra
tlon.' Championship (tames both in
laeiwse.' football and baseball have
been played there for soma yeats
nnd when the place Is cut up ancl
buildings nro erected upon it, the present, gencaticn of sports in the Tor-
mln.il City will In yea's to come hcv;
tho p'.tasure of telling 'he younger
generation of 'lbe happy days when
Dodo Brinto" rut one over the flout
mill or how George Rennle perforated Mr. Jones' straw hat. Yes sir. Wc
can nra-ly see their WRibllng out to
the rlaiinp." raiting blood of the met
ropo'ls of tiie wes.t, "Them were the
hippy days."
annexed both games played by nan
row margins, one against the Capitals,
while   lust wee:;   thoy   defeated   the
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SCOTTISH  SPORTS.
Now  Arranged  for   Dominion   Day  In
Victoria.
Thfi St, Andrew's and Caledonian
Society of British Columhla, Victoria
division, have mapped out a fine pro
gram of sports which will he mn off
at Oak Bay on Dominion Day, July 1
The program includes Scottish and
Irish danciir;, bagpipe competition.
and athletic races confined to men
bers of B. C. Scottish societies and
Boy Scouts.
Entry lists have been mailed to
the Dally News office and uny oae
wishing to fill out same would do well
to call. Mr. John Ewnig, Ma/wcod
P. 0��� Victoria, Ib the secietiL-y ci
the sports committee.
Mainland Cricket.
The following players will represent Xew Westminster against Burrard Cricket club this afternoon,
game to be played on the Brockton
Point grounds: L. A. Whi1:*, F. A.
Rose, W. A. Wells, R. M. Spoffoth, W.
S. N.' Johnson, T. Y. Hebron, Rev. E.
R. Bartlett, W. Hockley, A. B. Tiger
and H. V. Collier.
International Cricket.
London, June  13.���Close    of    play.
Notts,  224  for  five;   Australians, 130
for five.
Date Changed for Big Fight.
Bassano, Alta., June 15.���The date
of the Bayley-AUen    bout   has    been
changed fiom June 29 to June 27.
FROM MILK WAGON TO
CHAMPION   JUMPER
World's champion athletes usually
have no difficulty in recalling, when,
where and how they got tlieir start.
The fact is that as a rule the king
pin cot a commonplace start. There
was nothing unusual abcut 'tihe way-
he began hie climb up the ladder of
fame, and an attempt to tell about it
would be uninteresting.
Hovyever, the case of George F. Horlne, the world's champion high
jumper, is an exception to the fule.
His career as a Jumper started when
he got a Job driving a milk wagon.
Jumping on and off the wagon in the
early hours, while he was attending
high school at Santa Ana, Cal., flrst
made those muscles quiver that are
now boosting him up close to, seven
feet.
Hoi lne is a member of the. 1912
claas at Stanford University. He lives
at Palo Alto. His family moved
there from Santa Ana several years
ago. George started ln high.school at
Santa Ana. On the side, he got a Job
of driving a milk wagon. Every
morning he waa up before daybreak,
doing the work. Schoolmates, say he
developed gteat skill ln Jumping off
and on the wagon with a mill? can in
each hand, while the horses were
traveling at about the best pace thosio
milk wagon horses could hit.
This sort of work made George so
agile and "springy" that when he saw
the boys at the high school high
Jumping he thought he might be able
to do something along that line himself. But he didn't have much time
to train and he didn't do much in ath-
lenlcs at high school. But he kept on
the milk wagon and unconsciously
was preparing himself for his great
performances of the present time.
Horine is only 21 years of age. He
stands 5 feet 11 inches and weighs
about 149 pounds, stripped. He is
long and slender and the muscles in
his legs stand out like steel cords.
George attended Palo Alto high
school two years and then entered
Stanford University in the fall of
1909. In his freshman year he became a six-footer at high Jumping and
his possibilities became appattcnt.
The following year he tied the national Intercollegiate record of 6 feet
4 inches and this year���well, he has
done 6 feet 8 V4 inches so far and
there Is no 'telling where he will stop.
If he keeps at lt he may soon reach
the old pole vault leeord.
Horine is a specialist in Jumping. It
is a business with him. For years he
wanted to be the beet high jumper
in- the world. He made a study of
the different kind3 of form used by
hlgh Jumpers. He studied himself.
And he trained faithfully and practiced in and out of season.
Horine has received little actual
coaching from anyone. He has been
hia own coach and worked out his
style by himself.
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Jack Johnson haa b?iii;, out the following antibelluni  st.r.teinent:
"Yea, I am going to rctlie, lm not
beta-use I meet to be thumped," soldi
Johnson.    "I m   like   Ale.-ander   tho
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Aa this la the only sporting attraction in the city this afternoon it is to
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an amacur team in the loigue. Two
years ago, the Salmon Bellies had the
proud name of being absolutely a
homebrew team. Bo; s who htul worked their way fiom tho Juniors, past
the intermediates ani tlie eenlois tc
the pi of est lon il ian';s. It, 1* something to he a ps occasional lacrosse-
player just as it is to become one o.
the' stars that thousands of baseball
fins on this continent ndo e. Much,
mo e to be admired than these won
ders. who perform for whai; there If
In lt together wiih. the lo.e of th<
game, is the boy who takes the flel
fo uphold the awa* of his city, no!
for the p.Ice, b..t for tha glory of the
thing.
roster the na-.lonal game In the
Roval City, from the midgets upwards mid the name Salmon Belly
will not die cut as, long as lacrosse' Is
plaved In the Dominion.     .
There are doubtless many who wiil
go to Vancouver   and   tee   tihe   bl?
Mine  ihe-e,  hut to ih��e  who Bbaj
here, f'.icll up lo the pari; this aftev-
DC'Oti and ree the amateurs- licht i'
out.
The teams will line r.p ns follows-
Westminster��� Vancouver.
Goal.
W. Keary    Davis
Point.
W. Patchell   '  Painter
Cover Point.
Willis Patchell   Burns
First   O&tense.
Cooper ������ McCtilg
Second Defense.
Gregory    Donahue
Third  Defense.
Battson   -1   Mctheson
Centre.
& gama      Fairheller
Third   Homo.
W. Sclater     Gunn
Second   Home.
Warwick      Peacock
First   Koine.
Storme       DavlB
Outside  Homo.
Uohertion'   Wright
InslUo  Home.
Swanfou       Crooljal
Spares���SangSter, Johnson, Cotton,
Feeney and Feedham.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE  15, T91Z
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FOR FARMERS' WIVES
OREAT   WORK   BEING   DONE   BY
WOMEN'S INSTITUTES.
The Advantages Secured by Movement
In   Which   Mrs.   Hoodliss   Was a
Pioneer Are Growing Year by Year
���Lectures Traveling Libraries and
Social Life Among the Activities���
Supt.   Putnam  a   Busy  Man.
More   than   thirteen   years   a?o   ���
meeting  was called  at Stony Creek.
Wentworth County,  at thc desire ol
a number of women of tlie countryside, who thought that women'r work
on the farm wat worth as much attention   ns  men's.    If  the  men   had
their    Farmers'    Institutes   to   teach
them   farming  and   cattle-raising  according to scientific principles. Lid not
the farmer'* wife need the aid ri science in looking alter her house and
raising her family?
Mrs. Hoodliss of Hamilton was
present, and was one of the prime
movers in the first step in establishing the Women's Institutes of Ontario, a counterpart of the Farmers
Institute. Hoth of these are the outcome of a paternal Provincial Government's desire to further the agricultural  interests of the province.
That little beginning has grown
more rnpi.lly than Jonah's gourd. Two
thriving institutes were in existence
within a year. In 1900 these had
grown to 33 institutes, with a membership of 1,600, and a steady increase
has gone on, so that to-day there
are 700 Women's Institutes throughout
Ontario, with a membership of 21,000.
It is the biggest women's organization In t' e province.
The woman of the city, with her
many social pleasures, does not need
PROMINENT
RAILROAD MAN
STRONGLY ADVISES HIS FRIENDS TO
TRV GIN PILLS FOR THE KIDNEYS
"I have been a Pullman Conductor on
the C. P. R. and Michigan Central
during thc last three years. About
four years a^o, I was laid up with
intense pains in the proiu, a very sore
bad:, nud suffered most severely when
I tried to urinate. I treated with my
fatally physician fcr two montha for
gravel in lhe bladder but did net
receive any benefit. About that time,
I met another railroad man who had
been similarly affected and wlio had
beeu cured by taking Gin Pills, after
��� , J
having been given up by a prominent
j tiycician w!:o treated h'::i fer Diabetes;
lie is now running on llic.road asd is
perfectly cured. lis s'ro:;^;'.y advised
me to try Gip nils whi h I did,���with
the result that the pains 1 c ft uie entirely.
PRANK S. IDE, Bui'i'ALO, N. Y.
50c. a 1 ox, 6 for 1*2.50. Sample free.
Write National In-.jr.nd Chemical Co.
of Canada, Malted, Dept 11C Toronto.
If ycu suffer with Constipation or
need a gentle h.r.-. ive, tahe NATIONA u
LA2Y LIVER PILLS, ase. a box.   105
GEORI !   A.  PCTSAM.
it. but to the woman of the vil   .-<\
the farm, the Bparsely-settle t out; 1 sts
Ol   the   province,   for   Wh  ::i   it     -
tended,   it   covers   every   interest   oi
women,   irom   cooking   ai d   mind tig
babies  to   philanthropy   m.i   ; itri '.-
ism.
It is the country woman's club, but
it is also her school. It unites
men of the ru.'al districts, regardless
of distinctions of wealth, class, rr religion. The motto on the institute pin
is "For Home and Country.'
As to its organization, the branch
institutes are grouped into district institutes. Each has its officers, and
all are under the guidance of tlie
Government superintendent, Mr. Geo.
A. Putnam, who succeed 1 Mr. Creel-
man in 1903, \ hen tliat gentleman
became president of the Ontario Agricultural  College.
The annual fee of twenty-five centa
excluder no one, ami it merely a guar
antee of good ta: li. Meetings ate
usually held monthly, but at least
there must be four in ths year, nr
the branch forfeits ita privilege*
among these being the grant fr' m
the Department ul Agriculture ol $8
annually, while te each district the
gram is $10. provided, ul course, tha
all the conditions are met.
Besides thkr, eacfi brain h may have
one or more speakers thn iglu ut the
season, each n specialist and expert,
the only co.pditl m being tl it il 1 ro.
vide a place ol meeting and < nterta n
the speaker. Thus with no outlai
they have tha . 1 1 le turera in the
province.
The development cf tlie educational
idea of the Women'* Institutes has
kept pace with its growth in num.
burs. In most branches the monthly
meeting began by being very "house.
keepish" and consisted largely of 1
exchange of recipes and ways of do
ins housework.
But the horizon has broadened, and
Tight living has eome to mean more
than good eating. Housing and vm-
tilating and sanitation and the aesthe
tic side of life all affect the family
and come in for special study.
Community problems also must he
considered, fostering good citizenship.
There is tiie scliool, the library, the
beautifying of the farm and village.
Kach institute has its own prob-
lems, and solves them in its own way.
One, for instance, has established
a rest room in a large market centre
! r the fanners wives who have tn
spend the day in town; another has
opened a reading and aiiittscmen'
room for the young people of Uie
village. .
There is still one feature of msti-
tute ��orii to be mentioned, and that
is the traveling library, which is care,
fully selected, and placed by toe department for a certain length oi time
at the disposal of any institute which
has no such privileges, on conditions
that  an-  easily  met.
Hritish Columbia and New Brunswick use the same terms as we for
Iheir similar organization, bat the
Manitoba name Ior it is 'Hi-me Economic Society," while Saskatchewan
and Alberta give it the name ol
("Home-Makers'  Clubs."
Advice to Municipalities.
Frank advice to Canadian municipalities desiring to borrow in London
is tendered by Tha Financial Times,
in referring to the postponement of
loans by the cities of Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. Ths failure of the
recent Vancouver issue to obtain
public support is given as the principal reason fcr the postponement of
thes? proposed loans and the cause
of this fiasco as well as tho difficulty
now being experienced in placing
Canadian municipal issues is stated
to lie with the municipalities themselves, the reason being that the
municipal authorities have a too exalted idea of 'heir credit und are not
disposed to listen to the advice constantly tendered by the financial
agents.
An  instance   of   this,"    says  The
Financial     Tirn'i,     is    provided     by
Montreal.    In  the early part of February,   when   Montreal    was    making
enquiries about a new loan, the state""-
ment was made in the Montreal press
that the Bank of Montreal, the city's
financial agents in London, had stated
that an issue of $5,000,000 of femr per
cent,  stock could  be made  at IK) per
cent.,   but  the  city  authorities  would
not accept such a pricv', and the suggestion was made that a better price
Could   be  obtained  in Pari-.
"The policy whieh the Canadian
municipalities liave been pursuing is
fo give thei" loans to the highest bidder. It has been repeatedly pressed
upon the municipalities that they
should place themselves in the hands
of tle'ir financial agents to do the'
hest for them, instead of going out-
��ide, and they are now being forced
to realize, to their own discomfiture,
that it is better to follow their financial agent's udvici."
Motoring Through Canada.
A recent issue of Lord Montagu oft
Beaulieu's paper, "The Car," contains
a iour-page article contributed by
the Hon. Margaret Amherst, who recently made an extensive motor tour
through the Dominion, accompanied
by several well-known society folk,
among whom was Mr. Evelyn Cecil,
M.P.j whose photographs illustrate
the article. Alluding to the ubiquity
of the motor car in Canada, the writer Bays:
"In Eastern cities it is natural
enough, but in the West it is certainly surprising to find it in such general use. In Montreal, Toi into, and
Ottawa, cars, witb their 'hooters'and
od' 1 of petrol, are as much a feature.
1 f 8t. Catherine street, or Yonge
Btreet, or Wellington street, us of
Piccadilly, and the smart appearance
of their up-to-date bodies, occupied
by chic and fashionable owners, is
11. ni way behind that of their Lon��
don c mtemporaries."
Cutting Together.
While discussing church union one
day recently. 11 clergyman told a u'ood
story about Uev. Dr. Carman, the veteran general superintendent of the
Canadian  Methodist Church.
Ur. Carman appeared at the Presbyterian General Assembly, bearing
greetint's from his church. He said:
"Presbyterians and Methodists are
getting very much alike. You Presbyterians believe in the Final Perseverance of the Saints, but you do
not practice what you preach. We
Methodists believe in falling from
grace, and w> live up to our creed,
'ihat gets us pretty close together,
does it notr"
Hard  on  Father.
Winnipeg,    .lune    ir���Arthur    W.
Thorvllson, son of a well known local
minister, confessed to 14 charges of
"ir; lary this moiiiing, the largest he-
��� ii'. for a sam of $25. lie was remand-
e 1 for lenience.
CATSPAW.
RUBBER
HEELS
Tread sofHy -     (fiS/Ss
Step safely. \&=��i
CAT'S PAW RUBBER SOLES
Embody fhe patented features
of Cats Paw Heels.     IS0
I CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
	
I "Street   Improvement   Debenture   By-
Law 1912, No. 2."
By-law No.���.
A By-law 10 enable tbs Municipal
I Council of The Corporation of the City
' of New Westminster, to raise by Loaii
the sum of Two Hundred and Fiftv
Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) for
Stieet Improvements within the Cltv
of New Westminster, and in particular:
(a) For Clearing, Grading and Macadamising Streets gene:ally.
(b) For constructing Culverts,
Ditches, Crossings, Sidewalks and anv
I other works necessary in   connection
wdth same.
f     (c)   To pay a proportion towari the
j cost of permanent   Improvements   to
i streets, including Paving, Curbing, fa-
I cillties for   Lighting,   Storm   Sewers
and any other works necessary in connection  with  aame,  under Local  Improvement By-laws.
(dl To pay a proportion toward
the cost of constructing sanitary Bew-
ers under Local Improvement By-lawB.
(e) To commute ln whole or in
part the City's proportion of the Assessment for Local improvements on
City property fronting on Queen's and
Royal Avenue and other streets where
permanent Improvements are made
under Local Improvement By-laws. ���
WHEREAS certain sums of money-
have been expended out of the general
revenue of the City for th�� construction, improvement and repair of sewers, streets and si:'ewalks, and it is
expedient that additional sums be expended in like manner and that the
Corporation at large contribute auch
p:oportion of the expense of'improving streets by the laying of sewers,
sidewalks and pavements as 'the Council may determine, part of the cost oi
which is levied and raieed under Loca.
Improvement By-laws, and the amount
required to be raised to pay the cost
of such street improvements, Including the contribution to the cost 0!
local improvements is the sum of Two
Hundied and Fifty Thousand Dollars
($250,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that il
the said sum of $250,000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation and that debentuies
should hf. Issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed to
be issued under this By-law an.l foi
creating a sinking fund Tor the payment of the said debentures when due
it will be necessary to mire by special
rate in addition to all other rates each
j e.ir during the currency of the said
debentures the s-im of Thii teen Thou
sand Kottr Hundred and Sixty-six and
3M00 Dollars ($18.46&38).
AND WHEREAS in order to raise
t*-e suid yearly sum of $13,466.38 an
equal special tate on the dollar will he
required to le^levied on the whole
rateable prOpeHty of the City ot Xew
Westminster,
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
rropeity of the said City according to
the    last   revised   Assessment    'toll
[thereof   is   Seventeen    Million   Fm
Hundred and Ten   Dollars  ,($17,000,-
510 City).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the e^stins debenture debt of the
sail City is Two Million Five Hundred and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Doilats ($2,529,900.00) irre
spec-tie of the sums proposed to be
raised under this By-law and the
"Harbor Improvement Debenture Bylaw, 1912, "Gas Plant Debenture Bylaw,' 1912." "Hospital Debenture Bylaw! 1912." "Wateiworks Debenture
Bv-law, 1912, No. 2," "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," and the
���'Civic Storehouse Debenture By-law
1!)12," of which none of the principal
or in ereat is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the Citv
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayoi
of the said City to raise by way of
:o'an from any person or persons. both
or holies corporate who may bn will-
Ti". to advance the same on 'he credit
of the debentures hereinafter mention
ed. any sum or Bums of money not ex
cc.dlng In the whole the sum of ?250.
000.00 and to cause the same to h<
paid into the Treasury of the said Cit;
Tor the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayo:
to cause any number of debentuies tc
be made not exceeding in the whole
thc sum cf $250,000.00 for such BUSH
if money as may lie rehired, not lesr
than $1110.00 each or an equivalent ex-
���iressel In pounds sterllne of the
fnited Kingdom of Gieat Britain ancl
Ireland, at a value of 4.8C.fi to thr
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal of
ihe Corporation, signed by the Mayor
and countersigned by the Treasure-
:hereof, or by such   other person   01
ei-i-ons as may be thereunto lawfully
authorized.
3 The said debentures shall 13*
payable on the first day of July, 19M
at such place or places as the Councl.
of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thereof, and shal
boar inteiest at the rate of four ancl
one-half per centum ier annum, payahle half-vearly on the first dav o'
January and the first day of July lr.
each and every year, and the deben
tures shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest
which said coupons shall be signed by
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shal
be levied and raised in eacb year, in
addition to all other rates, on all the
rateable property of the City, sufficient to pav the Interest, upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund
Tor the payment of the principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or enactment respect ina the same.
0.   Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate  ite
aforesaid, during the runency of the
said   debentures, the sum   of Eleven
Thousand   Two   Hundred   and   Fifty
I Dollars ($11*260.00) for the   payment
I of inteiest  thereon, and the sum  of
1 Two Thousand Two Hundred and Sixteen and 38-100 Dollars   ($2216.38)   to
I provide for the re-payment of the principal.
'    fi.   The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall   be applied   as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
payihg the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the Issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred <io and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as le-
qulred by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable,
7. This By-law shall take el'feot, on
the 2nd day of July, 1912. and mav be
cited as the "STREET IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912
NO. 2."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shali receive the assent of the Electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the day of , 11112.
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council the ��� dav of , 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finallv passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE1
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 2(ith day of June,
H)12, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
and the sum of $221.64 to piovide for
the repayment of the principal.
(i. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debntures shall be applied as
follows and nol otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By -law and the issue and sale of the
debentures 'therein referred to and ali
expenses connected with the issuance
of ths said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as re-
quiied by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom mone> s ara
payable.
7. This By-law shall take elfect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and mav be
cite! as the "PARKS IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW, 1912."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the City in the
manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council the ��� day of . 1912.
RECEIVED the asE��nt of the Electors on the ��� day of , 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
"Parka   Improvement   Debenture   By-
Law, 1912."
By-law No. ���.
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster to raise by Loan
the sum of Twenty-five thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) for the purpose of^lm-
pioving "the City Parks.
WrHEREAS it is necessary to make
improvements to the parks in the City
of New Westminster and the cost of
such improvements will be Twenty-
flve Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that if
the said sum of $25,000.00 he appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient thut such excessive taxation
should be avoided and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation an.l ��� that debentures
should be issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on tlie debentures proposed to he Issued under this By-law, and
fcr c: eating a sinking fund for the
payment cf the said debentures when
due it will be necessary to raise by
special rate in addition to all other
rate^ each year during the currenc;
of the tall debentures the sum of One
Thousand Three Hundred vnd Forty-
six and f.t-100 Dollars (U"> 16.04 >-
AND WHEREAS in order to IfeiBe
the said yearly sum of $1446.64] an
equal special rate on the dollar will be
requited to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City of Nev
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS Ihe whole rateable
property of the said City nceoiding to
thc list revised Assessment Roll
thereof, is Seventeen Million Five
Hundred and Ten Dollars ($17,000,-
510.00).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of th.e existing dehenture debt of the
said City is Two Million Five Hundred and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($2,r>29,900.00) irrespective of the sums proposed to be
raised under this By-law and the "Harbor Improvement Debenture By-law,
1912," "Street Improvement Debenture Bv-law, 1912," "Gas Plant Debenture By-law, 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law, 1912," "Waterworks Extension Debenture By-law, 1912," and
the "Civic Storehouse Debenture Bylaw. 1912," of which none of the ptin-
cipal or Interest Is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enactb as follows:
1. K shall he lawful for the Mayoi
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or pe; sons, body
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures herefnafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not exceeding in the whole the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars (426,000.00)
and to caiif-e the same to he paid Into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purpose mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
���o cause any number of dehentures to
he ma'e not. exceeding in the whole
the sum of $25,000.00 Tor such sum of
monev as may he required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed In r.ounds Sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.800 to the pound
Sterling; and all such debentures
shall be sealed with the Seal of the
Corporation, signed b.v the Mayor and
countersigned by the Treasurer there-
of or by such other person or peson��
as may be thereunto lawfully authorized. ,   ,,   ,
3. The said debentures shall he
payable on the first day of July, 1962
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thetcof, nnd shall
bear interest at the rate of four and
one-half rer centum per annum, payable hair-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July in
each and every year, and the deben
tures shall have attached to them coupons for nhe payment of interest.
wdiich said coupons shall bo signed b.v
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
be levied and raised In each year in
addition to all other rates on all the
ratenble property of the City sufficient
to pav the interest upon tbe debentures an I to create a sinking fund for
the pavment of the pilneipai thereof
when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting'the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, tliere shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of $1125.00
for the payment of interest thereon,
Take Notice that, the above Is a true
copy of the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 2fith day of June.
1912. between the home of Nine
o'clock A. M, and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
CITY     OF     NEV/     WESTMINSTER.
be raised annually by special rate as.
aforesaid duiing the currency of the-
sald debentures the sum of $075.00 for
the payment of Interest thereon, and
the sum or $55S.25 to provide for the
repayment of the principal.
(i. The proceeds of the sale of the
sal.1 debentuies shall he applied as.
follows and not otherwise: Towards-
paying the cost of the passing of this-
By-law and the Issue and sale of the-
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with the Issuance*
of 4hc said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as required by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may lie
cited us the "CIVIC STOREHOUSES
DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912."
S. This By-law hefore the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent oi the Electois or the Bald City
in the manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED in Open
Council the ��� day oi , 1912.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the ��� day of , 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� duy of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.!
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of the propose! By-law upon,
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 20th day of June,
1912, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A . M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
"Civic Storehouse Debenture By-Law,
1912."
By-law No.���
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the
City of New Westminster to taise by-
Loan the sum of Fifteen Thousand
Dollars ($15,000.00) for the purpose
or erecting a storehouse for the use
of the Corporation ln the City of Ne*
Westminster.
WHEREAS it is necessary to erect
a storehouse in the Ctty of New Westminster and the cost of such erection
will be Fifteen Thousand Doilats
($15,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that if i
the said sum of $J5ouo.OO be appro-1
priatel from the general revenue ofl
lhe City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it b
expedient that such excessive taxation I
should be avoided, and the said sum j
Should be raised on the credit or the |
Coi] oration and ti.at debentuies j
should be Issued for that amount.
\\l> WHEREAS for the payment of |
Interest cn tho debentures proposed toj
bo Issued  under  this  By-law, and  tori
(���rcittinn  a  Einkin*   fnnil   for  Ihe  nay-
mem of the said dctentiuns when due
it wlll bo necessary to ra!��e by Bpeclal
1 ate In addition to till other rates ea-h |
year during the currency of the said 1
debentures tho sum of One Thousand ;
Two Hundred and Thirty-three und 25-
100 DoUsts ($1233.28).
AND WHEREAS in order lo ralsa
the eaid yearly sum of $1238.25 an
equal =iecial rate on the dollar will be
required to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City ot New-
West minster.
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
property of the said City according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof is Seventeen Million Five Hundred and Ten Dollars ($17,000,510.00).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing dehenture debt ol the
said City is Two Million Five Hundred
and Twent>-nine Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00) Irrespective oi the sums proposed to be raised
under this By-law antl the "Harbor
Improvement Debenture By-law 1912,"
"Street Improvement Debenture Bylaw 1912 No. 2," "Gas Plant Debenture Bv-law 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law 1912," "Waterworks Extension Debenture By-law 1912 No. 2."
and the "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law 1912." or which none or
th" -r'n^i^al nr Interest is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE THE MUNICIPAL Council or the Corporation or the
City oi New Westminster enacts as
rollows:
1. lt shall be lawrul ror the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not ev-
ceeding In the whole the sum of Fifteen Thousand Doilats ($15,000.00)
and to causo the same to he paid into the Treasury of the said City for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any numher of debentures to
be mnde not exceeding in the whole
Hie sum ot $15,000.00 for such sum or
monev as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed in pounds Sterling or the United Kingdom of Gieat Britain and Ireland, at a value or 4.866 to the pound
Sterling; and all such debentures
shall be sealed with the Seal or the
Corporation, Blgned by the Mayor and
countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons
as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The r-aid debentures shall bo
payable on the first day of July, 1932,
ut such place or places as the Council
of the Eaid Corporation may from time
to it ime appoint with the approval of
the hoi'ers thereof, nnd sliall hear Interest at the rate of four and one-half
per centum per annum, payahle half-
yeatlv on the first dny of January nn 1
(he first dav of July in cach and every
year, nnd the debentures shall have nt-
itaohed to them coupons for the payment ol'TnteicHt,, which said coupons
shall be slened by the said Mavor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shal!
bo levied and raisel in each year in
addition to all other rites on all the
rateable propeity ot the City sufficient, to pay the Interest upon the dehentures and to creale a sinking fund
ror the payment or the principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject aB uroresuld there shall
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meeis in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second ancl
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, secretary.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge.
No. 27, I. O. O. F., is held every Monday night at S o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethero
cordially Invited. 11. W. Harrison,
N. G.; O. B. Bryson, V. G.; James.
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; It. B. Purdy, financial seere-
tary.	
I PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of gala,
I deeds, business letters, etc: circular
1 work specialist. All work strictly con-
' tldentlal. M. Broten, Room ��, Mer-
I chant  Bank Bldg.    Phone 7Uv	
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
B. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barrister*
at-law, soilcltois, etc. Offices, Rooms*
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER.
solicitor and notary, ���10 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft.
MARTIN���Barristers and Sollcltora.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 9
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie Btreets; Vancouver offices, WIlMaraa building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, Q. fi.
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, aB rollows:
Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting on the tMrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed nntl
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. PO.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., 21st October, 1910.
In the matter of the application of
W, Shank for registration of the
title of C. S. Brown to Walter Shank,
ns to an agreement for sale and purchase to certain lands described as
follows: Lot 8 east, 9 west, hlock 1,
of D. L. 158, group 1, New Westminster.
Sir,���Take notice that I decline to
register herein for the following reason, viz., poor description.
And lake notice that unless you
comply with the provisions of section
83 of this act within 30 days from
the date hereof, your application shall
be and be deemed to he cancelled and
void.
C. S. KEITH,
District Reglst:ar. SATURDAY, JUNE  15, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAQE SEVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion  ln  which the assessment is made on por foot frontage:
Blk.   Lot.   Sub.   Resub.
Assessed   Owner.
���Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
���C 13|
CB
C25|
<C 30
CA'
13
14
14
1
2
3
4
4
Ti
6
7
7
8
?
A
81
22
21
2\
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
4
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Npt
Spt
W%
EH
WH
WH
E%
EH
WH
ripp<
irarv }*
Ilddle pt
S5 I
12    |
1
11
CO
5
6
7
59
1
2
3
H
1&2
3
4
5
G
7
8
9
10
11
Npt
Spt
12
NH    1
13
SH   1
14
1
ir,
16
17
K H    |
WH    I
IR
1
19
WH   1
;   EH   1
20
!   SH    I
NH    |
;  2i
1   SH   |
22
NH    1
2H&24
26    | 1
26427 |
28&10 ft. of 29
29   balance
I
24.V36
balance I
30
81
32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
i    42
43444
S6 !8,9,35&c|19 E V4
21
22 SH:
22 NH|
23      |
26
26
27
28
29&30
31
32
33
34
35
36
8.9,36&'c|36   Spl
137   W&I
1 EHJ
I    88    I
i     39
|      44
1 li
2
3
4
6
C
2 I
I 3
10
Npt WH
86
87
' 1
EH
4
6
26
1
2
15
16
17
18
27
1
2
3
4
5
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S	
Murchie, David   	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Cunningham,  James   	
Cunningham,  James   	
Lynch, Fred J	
Imperial  Underwriters Corporation..
George, J. K	
Imperial  Underwriters Corporation..
Giey, James S	
Davison,  Sarah J	
Parish  of Holy Trinity  	
Parish of Holy  Trinity  	
Parish of Holy Trinity  	
Thompson, J.  Lee   	
Philpot,   Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull,  Martha A	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
I en ing, Frances 10	
Len ing, Frances  E	
Herring, Frances  E	
Ion Ing, Frances  K	
Padmore, Fred W	
Manson, Win. and Hoy Hy	
Purvis, Jane R	
Blair, J. C	
National Drug & Chem. Co	
Fi at. Order of  Eagles  	
Blair, J. C	
Telford, J. M	
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C	
Hacking W. .1	
Drew, Geo.  E	
Armstrong W. J	
Ilothwell, E. J	
Earl,  Frederick   	
Herring  Frances  E	
Broderick, W. S	
Murchie, O. E	
Manchester,  G.   H	
Reid.  John	
Sinclair, D. S	
Knowdell.  C.   L	
Trapp, Nellie   	
Trapp, Nellie   	
Hart, F. J	
Hart, F. J. & Co	
Moresby, Mary A	
Trapp,   T. J	
Wise, Catherine F <��� ���
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Cunningham James  	
Lavery,  A.  L	
Y. M. C. A	
Armstrong,  T.  J	
Lane, R. & W	
H City of New Westminster	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Chuich.
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay.  Maud   	
Walker, Elinor J	
Welsh. Mary M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
Gillis. John  	
Green. T. B. & Mary Scane	
Trustees Central  Meth.  Church	
Hood,   Mary  G	
Major C. G	
Dockrill, G. O. M. Estate 	
Major, C. G	
Peck. John  	
MaeNab, John   	
Agar, Ad T	
Dawe,  Samuel   	
Loat, C. J	
Gauvreau, Jesse Marlon  	
Burr, Margaret A	
R'thet,  R.  P	
Wintemute iMary J	
Osborne. Charles   	
Johns, John   	
Brine, A. J	
Wilkie, Walter G. E. H	
Innes, William  	
Sinclair, A. J	
Sinclair, A. J	
Shlnobu, C	
Pace, J. I	
Rogers, BeBBie  	
Schmere E. A. B ,	
Forreater, W. W	
MoPheraon, J. W	
Dutch, Alexander   	
|   smith, Jas. Carter  	
Smith. Annie E	
Robson, Carrie M	
Robson. Chas. J	
Gilley, W. R	
Watson,  Mary   	
Watson,  Mary   	
McDonnell, Mary A	
Smyth,  Patrick   	
Robson,  Harold, C	
Jackson.   Fredk	
Anderson. Jas	
Hudson,  Isaac   	
Hudson Alvan # Barbara 	
Smith, J. C. & Buckland R	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Church.
Matheson, Malcolm  	
Matheson, Malcolm  	
Baker,  Melville II	
Baker, Melville H	
Smith, Wilbur H	
Hanna,   William   	
Wcelands, Ellen J	
Rousseau,  Amanda   	
Held, Alice iM	
Gregg, Laura E	
Cassady, Jane R	
.    F'.otrher, R. J	
Jardine, J. B. &   Adelaide	
Kerr, Gertrude A	
Armstrong, R. B	
Hall. Janet 	
Armstrong, Adeline 	
Ha'.l, Janet  	
Hudson, W. L	
Curtis, Clare  	
G ant. Allen P	
McGill, Q. & Craig T	
Currle.   Elizabeth   	
Morrison Frances E	
Levy. L. R	
Pelletler,  H.  L ��	
Jenkln, Lena   	
Peers,  Margaret   	
McGill, Q. snd Cralg, T	
Matheson A. & Jacobson II	
Walker, M. E	
,Tchnston. J.  B.	
R   C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
II C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
R, C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
Jardine,  Robt	
65.941*
40.31
25.64
49.40
65.80
49.40
37.95
37.95
75.90
72.60
30.30
36.30
49.50
49.50
143.28
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
65.91
65.91
65.91
65.91
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
68.00
66.01
Jardine, Hobt.
Knight, F. ...
Cl afton, W. A.
n.wli^ge, Thos.
Rutledge, Thos.
Creeluien, I. M.
Dunn. C. C. ...
Jartllr.e, J. B. .
Wyman F. ...
Wyman  M.
65.93
65.95
65.93
65.94
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.001
66.00|
66.00)
33.01|
33.01|
33.03|
33.03
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00i
66.00
66.00
66.00
1541.87
61.00J
52.001
50.00!
60.00|
50.00|
55.00J
65.00;
55.00;
132.00|
66.00
6600
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
26.00
40.00
66.00
66.09
66.00
66.00
66.00
33.00
33.00
66.00
' 66.00
33.00
33.00
66.00
66.00
132.00
66.00
132.00
76.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00;
66.00|
66.001
66.60
66.00
6.55
69.45
132.00
2S.50J
59.42
29.71
29.71
59.33
69.00
59.42
69.42
69.41
118.83
69.42
69.26
69.25
59.33
69.42
49.42
10.00
34.62
34.63
69.26
69,25
69.25
36.85
60.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
50.00|
71.151
46.50
,.   66.00
73.34
66.nt)|
49.50
49.50
49.60
49.60
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.60
49.50
66.00
68.72
68.72
69.40
E0.40
4.51
2.75
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.60
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
2.48
3.39
3.39
9.80
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.38
3.55
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.76
3.76
9.02
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.61
4.61
1.78
2.73
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.K'
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.61
4.51
9.02
4.51
9.02
6.20
3.S2
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4 51
4.51
4.51
4.51
0.45
4.06
9.02
2.02
4.06
2.03
2.03
4.06
4.03
4.06
406
4.06
8.12
4.06
4.74
4.74
4.06
4.06
3.38
0.68
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.52
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
.1.18
3.S2
5.02
4.51
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.3!)
8.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
4.51
4.02
4.02
4.00
4.06
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
S10I
7
fS.Wpt
1
12
13
24
Npt
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
13
14
S13i    10
818    10
i
8
9
10
11
12
12&13
14&15
16
1
2
3
4
5
8
9&10
11&12
13&14
[16&16
17*18
28
129
|30
31
32
33
34
Dl
13     !
1.2.3        |
4,5,6
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
Pearson, T. R	
Pearson, T. R	
Meredith,  Elizabeth
Walker,   Mary   	
Malcolm, W. J	
Averill, J. A	
Archibald, E. G	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Itoughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J.'	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Miller, H. D	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  IJzzie   	
Lane,  Wm	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis Aruithur  	
Johnson, Mary  	
McPherson  D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope, E.  	
Knott, Emma  	
James, Thos. II. Ii	
Pope, John   	
Butnett, D. D	
Croll, J. A	
Croll, Annie G	
Greer, Mary   	
Hoard, Thornington 	
Horton,  William   	
Houghen,   Isabella   	
Pope, E	
Appleton, G. M	
Pope,   John    	
Pope E	
Armstrong, Andrew  	
Kussell,   H.   W	
Collins,  George  	
Forrester, W. W	
Forrester, Isabella B.  ..
Montgomery, J. B	
Montgomery. J. B	
Wilson, Emeilne  	
Wilson, Ralph  	
Wilson, Julia Ann   	
Wilson, Julia Ann 	
59.40
69.40
307.40|
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
38.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
51.33
51.33
61.33
51.33
51.33
61.33
102.66
102.69
51.36
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
42.00
60.00
oo.ooi
60.00|
-   60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
148.50
148.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
4.06
4.06
21.03
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.60
2.63
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.25
2.25
2.25
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.61
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
14,479.60!$990.29
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the schedule mentioned above the sums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4th, 1912.
Date of first publleaition June 6th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the proportion in which the aasemment la made on per loot frontage.
Blk.   Lot.    Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
6 7, 39 &
40
Eastman's
Reserve
8,9.35.
���tc.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
26
27
Hudson, Isaac 	
Hudson. Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Danlol   	
Maloney, Louise, Maud Mary .
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette
Shiles, Jennie L.   	
Loree, James C	
Loree, James C	
Brown, Evelyn T	
McPhail, George	
Orr. William H. and John E. ..
Orr. William H. and John E. ..
Katherley, Thoe. R	
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00|
50.001
60.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
66.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
50.00
Eastman, Henry A |     97.06
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40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
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198x165
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Straight, Harvey M	
Hart, F. J., & Co., Ltd. ...
Townsend, William K.  	
Jardine, John B	
Major, Henry C	
Dougherty, James H	
Hendry, Robert R	
Kendry, Robert R	
Brown, Katie E	
Tether,'Constance 	
Cunningham, J. W	
McPheraon, Isabella Wilson
McGill & Craig 	
McGill, Q. and Cralg, Thos.
Johnson, J. A	
Wolfenden, George  	
Jardine, J. B. .'.	
Dunn, C. Celvania  	
Mirchle, E. D. and Jemmlna M..
Mountain, Harriet Lucinda	
Hill, Jane H. G. Estate	
HIU, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Edmonds, H. L	
Edmonds, H. L	
Rennle, Ellen J	
Dingle, Floience E	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M	
Hill. Arthur E. B	
Baber, Walter James         61.33
Chappell, J. G       ! l " =
Astle, Jamea W	
Simpson. Guy  	
Brown, Carrie A. ......
McMillan, E. R	
McPhail, George 	
McPhail, George 	
Merridlth, Elizabeth M.
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J. ..	
Boughen, E. J	
89.25
59.42
59.42
59.33
69.25
59.42
69.42
69.42
66.00
99.00
198
47.00
73.66
56.00
73.34
59.40
68.72
68.72
66.00
69.40
69.40
59.40
59.40
92.40
92.40
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
61.33
61.33|
61.331
61.33
51.331
51.33
307.40|
33.00/
33.00|
33.00|
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
6.18
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.78
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.79
4.20
6.30
12.60
2.99
4.69
3.56
4.67
3.78
3.74
3.74
4.20
3.78
3.78
3.78
3.73
5.88
5.8S
315
3.16
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
19.12
2.10
2.10
2.10
3634.71IJ231.07
Notice ls hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New West-
minster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Asaeasment By-law assessing the properties In the schedule above mentioned tbe sums of money aet
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial
of complainte and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from Buch Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the 'Municipal Ooune'< at least
eight daya prior to, such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 4th June, 1912.
Date of flrat publication, 6th June, 1912.        ri 'I".
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New West-
minster Dlatrict.
A certlflcate of Indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless In the meantime a valid   objection    thereto    be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or ln any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. 8th July, 1904, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), New Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 36, ln the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 10432A, issued In the name of Christopher
Brown, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate ot the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B. C, May ll, 1912.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984
^CANADIAN PACiEK
W RAILWAY CO
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local wlll
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22.
Tha
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $6,200,000
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paciuc,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts IsBued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westmlnater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RE8ERVE   $15,000,000:00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, Eng-
iand, Naw York, Chicago and Spokane,
J.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklng business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
lorrespondenta In all parte of ths
world.
Savlnga Bank Dspartmeat���Depoelta
ecelved In auras of $1 and upward,
md Interest allows 1 at 8 per cent, par
innum  (present rate).
Total   Aa*etB over 1186.000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New  Westminste:
I Or H. W.  Brodie, G.P.A..  Vancouver
mnmun nwm
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
R. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Lfcivea Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. m. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leavea   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leavea Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thuraday and Saturday.
I ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperh&ngers
and Decorators
Eatlmatea Given.
2'.% 8lxth Avenue. Phone 567
MEW WESTMINSTER : B.C
Second Hand Store
Mcdonald * smtth.
I Buy and aeU new ana    second    hand
1 goods of a\I kinds.   Toole especially.
\ SO Mclnnes Street. Phone 10O��.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOL8TERER.
New Weatminater, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria  Street
(Over Dally News.)
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Ceaapoela. Septic Tanka, Etc.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Wafers
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B. C.
felanhone R 113  Offlce:  Princeaa St
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint Only in thla way
may an efficient delivery be maintained, .    '������ r*jm .
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THINa
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS IT8 CU8TOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINE8S RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SER-
VICE,  INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST ....
.14,600,000
.$5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B, &
BRANCH    .
���ia ORACEY, MANAGER. *101 BIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
���
���������������.
HAMMOCKS
ALL SIZES and
ALL PRICES
$2.50 to $6.00
AND
Wire Hammocks at
$3.00
City News
���SOLD  BY-
Anderson & Lusby
B.&.M. FISH
Point Gre." Hen ins 4 lbs. for 25e
Live Cod  (half or whole)   ....lb. Sc
Smoked Halibut  Ib. 15c
B. & iM. Brand Kippers   lb. 10c
Finnan Haddle 2 lbs. fcr 25c
Prime Rabbits  eac'h 35c
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
DOES VOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAINST ANY FRET OVER
FINANCES AFTER YOUR DEATH ?
YOU CAN' DQ   THAT BY   TAKING
OUT A LIFE IN'SCRANCE POLICY.
LET    US   TALK   IT    OVER   WITH
YOU.
Alfred W. McLeod
^INSliRMHGt
%S>
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New   Westminister.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
Mr. J. H. Bowes, president of the
Surrey boaid of trade, was a visitor
at tlie weekly market yesterday.
Scholars don't forget the big matinee thl-3 afternoon.   Admission 5c. *
Mr. I. W. Whitwoith, of Ladner,
will IswricU his new boat next week.
This bas been in course, of cons' ruction for some little time, and when
fitted out will be used in the north
trade.
P. R. Pearse, expert piano tuning.
Leave orders at Todd's Music House,
Phone 694. **
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey, of Yancouver,
the well known eye, ear, nose and
throat specialist, paid his usual weekly visit "to the Hotel Russell yesterday.
There are still some good seats
left for "The Spring Maid." Ring up
Tidy, the Horis., plione L 1S4, and re
serve yours.
Mr. Joseph Jordan, the well known
Ladner hoi&eman. was in (lhe city
vesteruay. Mr. Jordan intimates that
he has a good string of animals
wliich he will enter in the leading
events on the coast this summer.
Rvo bread���like your mother use-1
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. *'
Raspberries and blackberries for
preserving. Orders accepted for
deli-.ery in July. Bunting, Bex C94,
City.
Have vou seen the new fron! door
juet out'at the Walsh Sash fc Poor
������ i **
| vO. I
Building permit* for   the   presenl
year up to the week ending Snt:;\!a>
the Sth inst.. total $727,000. The total
for the p.er.ent Week Up '<> list nlghl
was 522,200, a gain of J5200 ou the
l.re\ ious week.
Found at the Walsh Sash & Door
Co.. cn Fourteenth street, everything
in the line of sash and doors.     **
Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 a tear.-,
of horses belonging to Belyea fc Co
lost their footing on Use Fifth street
bill, near Front street, and fell. One
of tbe animals had to be partially un
lia:r.essed hefore It could reg: in 118
lust   No damage was ''-one.
Mrs. Agret, 59 Sixth street, v.i ;
show on Friday r.r..i Saturday a serial line of trimmed hats i sally v.orCis
tS.Ofy ?10.00 and $15.00, for yo.CO. ���**
Mr. J. H. Johnson haa jjst ret^rs-
c.\ fiom tha Fcd3ralert Malay States,
whe e lie was connected with 'he ;tin-
he:*- iJaniin;; business. Mr. Johnaor.
was at one time In the oficcs of
tteosTB. Wade. Whealler, McQuarrie
i, 'Martin, bof.i lu Vancouver and in
UalB c'.ty.
Wocd, v.-co:1., woa4, wood to burn.
Walsh Sash fc. I*k>: Factory.    Phone
The l?dlw of Holy Trinity Cftthfr
Oral will hold an b.-c cream ai.1 strawberry so-jial in St. Georges hall on
Thursday, 'the -Oth inst., afte:uoon
and evening-. No admission Will be
charged to the ball in the evening,
but a sale of work and confectioner}
'for Ihe'benent of the church will be
held.
You would do well to call and see
the new styles of Mission furniture
at the Walsh Sash & Door Co.     ������
On Monday Dr. Spencer will deliver
a sermon in the Sapperton Methodist
church for the'purpose of voicing a
prot?st against the establishment oi
a lo-el and the granting of a liquor
icense in Sapperton.
Reward of ?100 will be given to anyone who can make better doois than
the Walsh Sash & Door Co.        **
It Is stated that ve y shortly a
thiee story hotel building will be
erected a: the corner of Mercer street
and Ewen avenue, Lulu islan i. The
building will be i] lite .i i etentioJs
struct nro and ia designed co meet the
demand for a hostelry nt this point.
In keeping with the grov'h of ",he
district,
If you do not buy yotfr sash and
doois at the Walsh Sash fc Door
Co. we both lose money. **
the first union in the city was formed.
A letter has been sent to the management of the Agricultural Society,
asking for a greater care as to the
quality of th? sideshows put before
the public at this annual event.
During ths year, many bundles of
literature have been distributed
among :he railroad and lumber camps
and a supulv of foreign literature was
pi coined for circulation, amoim the
Hindus and other nationalities.
Copies cf the act "to restrain Che
use of "tobnofco among young persons"
were puiohased and distributed in
some of the stores and public offices
of the city.
The union desires to express it3
warm appreciation of the many excellent services rends ed by some of
the ministers of tlie city.
The finances of the union have
been sustained and th�� treasurer hns
affiliated with the provincial union
for 70 paid-up members.
Now Postal Arrangement.
By the kindness of Postmaster J.
W. McDonald arrangements have now
been made so that, boxholdera may
secure any mall which may arrive far
them from CBHUwack and the Fraser
valley on the 0 p.m. train. It will be
sorted Immediately upon receipt and
distributed among the boxes.
SATURDAY, JUNE  15, 1912.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.
A. R. C. M.
CITY AND SOCIETIES
GREET SIR  RICHARD
"The Progressive Association of
New Westminster congratulates New
Westminster's piemier native son ou
tho honor of kuighthood conferred by
His Majesty- King George V."
This Is the >!ext, of one telegram
sent yesterday morning to Sir Richard McBride at Victoria. Tbe Native
Sons, Post No. 1. also addressed a
wire to their "brother Sir Hlchard."
In addition congratulations were
- ent by MC; or Lee on behalf of thc
e'��� y, rnd by Mr. H. L. Edmonds, as
lie idsn't of both the Xew Westminster City and New Westminster District Conseivative associations.
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
Leasons    on   the    BANJO,   ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and CUITAR
���DY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Mus'c  Houses.
D'.d All Plav Truant ?
V.ontreel. June 1.4.���Godfrey Lang-
ster, M. L. A., in I.epays today replying to Rev. Father Drummond. pvo-
duced school boaid reports showing
150JOOQ children in Quebec did not attend school last year.
COL. SAM HUGHES
WIIL VISIT C1MP
(Continued irom page one)
'   I
g" City I Imfe
Four and a half acre3  all cl       a ���~-""-���
potatoes and emaftW.' new TJl nn?er-dK"���� and planted in
houses and other buildings c tv Zt i T*'' 'ar*e barn' chlc^n
below market value.   See us nt 0nce        �� h��U3e and ba���-   This 13
Columbia Street '
New Westminster
e  leaded by Ca:t.  F. W. L.  Moote,
dletaiot, staff officer of No.  11   Military District, who v ill be distiict ad-
jutant-geneyal end ciuar. eriiiasier-^en-
e.ral.   The following will have ci:arge
of the    caipp se.vices   and    dspart-
nents.  Camp engineer. Major W. B.
Unl"-; R- C. E.;  transport. Cart. J.
?. Fotdjcis, f. -. P* C; medio] p":
cer. Major F. O. Usui,  P. A. M. Cl
sanitary oSElcer, Lieut. H. B. Robertson, 5th Re^finent;  ordnance o.ttcer.
.ub-.orduc'.or \V.   t/ievos-'., C.  O.' G,
tavmaster, Capt. !, F. FojViv<?8. C. a.
Ilulme, 6tU D. O. C. R.;  signalling office!,   Lieut,   H.   U.   Stile,   Signalling
CaTt*.;   latJUuge-nce officer.   Major T.
W. V*. Bryan, Corps of Guides. Horses
Will be provided for all officer? with
the exception of the cvdnance officer
and paymaster.
it i3 anticipated 'hat Col. the Hon.
Samuel   Hughes,   minister   of   militia
and defence, and Gene-al  Colin  Mo-
i Kenzie, will visit the Macauley Point
' camp,
The arrangements for the annual
camp sports are being mado fcr Sat-
u;-.'.ay afternoon, June 22, and the various companies of the Fif.h Regiment will carry out their firing competitions on the following Saturday,
No 1 company being engaged on the
twelve-pounder guns of the Eecjuimalt
defences, No. 2 company on ths six-
inch guns of Fo:t MacaJlcy an.l N'o. 1
company wltb the moveable arma.
nvn<\ a battery of twelve-pounder
field guns.
After the batteries have carried out
ARE
SURE
Of LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
you buy Rifbber Goods from our
store, as we never handle inferior grales 1
Hot Water Bottles, Syringes,
Ice Bags, Gloves. Sheeting.
Bandages or anything else sold
in Rubbe-,' means tirst quality at
fair prices at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE  57
Westminster Trust Block
ALWAYS
The  latest  styles,  first   class    workmanship,  and  entire  satlsfavtion  ^
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne   Street,   New   Westminster
their firing practice the Faroes at Ma
cau'ey Plains, the artillerymen, 104th
regiment and ambulance corps awl
otheis will mobi!/e for the defence of
Victoria. The Six h Duke of t'on
naught's Own Itities of Vancouver
and 72nd. Seaforth Highlanders oi
Vancouver are to land at Mill Bay on
Saturday. June 29, and will march to
Cobble Mil., wheie they will bivouac-
the firs' night. They will then march
to the Summit, where they will camp
again, and on the morning of July 1
they will reach Langford plains,
v.-lu ;.' the sliHiii battle in wh.cn ail
fore will engage ��!ii take place.
The "battle" will woik towarj Vlctotia and afterward n joint parade of
all forces will be held.
FARM UNC
SggAUSB
BU
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ===���
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealera In
Hr, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
PH 3   * "- ��"'   ���W-tfM. Ksh. Door.   m"ZV^.
rnrKnwrasia
Bazam
TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
WESTMINSTER   V/.  C. T.   U.
YOUR DOCTOK WILL RECOM-
MEND US.
We have been so exact in tlie
compounding of prescription;
that we now possess a well
earned reputation for accuracy
and promptnees. Never has a
physician had a cause for complaint in one way or another.
This sound3 like self praice,
but It ls the duty of every
pharmalst to see that such a
Etrvice is given    to    his trade.
lii Ing your prescriptions to
Muir's ancl the speed and sure-
ness of your recovery from ill-
ness will be more cei tain.
Bee yonr doctor, then see us.
MUIR'S Pharmacy
Phone 83.
Ne// Weatminater,
Gyno-sis cf work accomplished Dur.
in-j Past Year.
The following o.:;traci3 from the annual icport of Mrs. F. Bei tha Fadden.
correapon^ing eet-reciry of the local
branch, Women's Clwistian "I'einp.-er-
anoei Onion, shows that tho attain of
tlie society a:e In a flourishing condition. The repoit Ib lor the ;.ear ending in Juue.
Of the forty or moro poeaible de-
par'ments of wor'.;, lhe unlnn has
i''n.osf>n the following: Sahhc..tli ob-
se. vance, p/iblic meetings, parlor
meetings, juvenile work, pleas work,
fair work, evangelistic work, woman's
franchise, moral education, and work
among lailroad and lumber'camto.
The union called attention of the
Cliy Council to Uie fact that several
amall Btoiea were being kept open I
on Sundays wli.h the tesult that manj
prosecutions v/eie made-, fines being
imi oscd. and there is now' a. tendency
among the propileiors t.i observe the
Lord's Day.
A giand temperanor.' Sunday gobool
rally waa held In neai'ly all the
cl.irclies on  Nov. 12.  11111.
The suppression of vice in ('.lie city
waa l.ioughi to the atiewlcm of ci.U'
eandldttl-es hefore the elec:lon held la
January lait, and all declared that
these vices must go If the people demanded It.
At ''.tie Febr.-.r.ry mtetlng of thf
union, Mrs. Lamb (lese: ibed the
scene   ,v:.cs twer.ty-eight   yecs   .��0,
ACREAGE
Well located Uurnaby acreage is getting scarce and Ilka most good
things is in pretty st:ong demand. It won't be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will bave been subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner (,f a few bioad ncres
will be able to get almost any price be may care to as!;.
Eivc Acre
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the liurnaby Lake Cam lino, is about the
last iiece of acreage left at a reasonable prh-c Burnaby Lake property is selling at from $.1000 per acre and up. We can eiuote a price
away below thai, and we can glvo good terms.
f. j. mmi &
LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1E91.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employer*' Liability,   Automobi:e
and Pdarlne Insurance.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
��mV��F?tral Park) at 6 an(�� 5:45
fm^i^ eveiV5 minutes thereafter
unl 9 p.m., wilh half hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 13 midnight
Sundays-at 6, 7, 7:30, 8 and 8 30
a.m., regular service thereafter,
(Via Burnaby) at 6:45, 6:45 aud 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p ni
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via Nortb Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until n F m
Sundays���Klst caF at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Heduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end'trlpa covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special ex-
curslons arc on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
FRA8ER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points ei,
0:30 a.m..  tftO and 6:10 p.m.    For
Huntingdon and way polnta 4:05 p.m.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   T.klS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
r
W. H. OILLEY, Phone 122. Q. E. GILLEY, Phona 291.
Phones, Office IS and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to buiW for t��le or rent while prices are low
Do Not Waste Money
Sav. a little .ystematlcallr. tor M^*��* "��* *"��� toat
datlona of wealth and happtMM "��� bnUt ot. *
Money W be .����� ������ ��*JHf&WUS teS fu'
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVING* ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
. ...   * ~* r.Mt.i 12 000.000.    Columbia, conwr Elohth atr.at.
Authorized Cepltai, .<,uww,vwv. __���, -w  i ���.��� ii,���..lr
A. L. OEWAR, Go��o���� M��"��8,r ��- K 00NLEV> LoC" Man"��,r'
CUT GLASS
serais* srs^TS
from $1.00 to ��65.00
CHAMBERLIN  ,**����*,
... im* e P R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Official Time Inepeetor for C. P. tt. una o ^
Builders and Contractors
,      a .inm .'nek of the Crown  Timber   and Trading
We have f^'^X'ihS b'sliwas with a   larger   and   moro
Company nn:l wll   ?��""""e  A t-.)ni solicited,
complete stock of latnbor.   A ^iiai 	
iEilONAWAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
���r  Hew Westminster and  Crescent Valley, B. C.
Mills at Vancouver, new yv��"     .       ^gmgumrvt	

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