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VOL  5: ��     NUMBER 97.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. FRIDAY    MORNING, JUNE 28, 11)12.
PRICE   FlVlfi tilSN'J*.
MAC ; WORKS
MlOPROPERFY
Negociations   for    Locating
Heaps Machine Works In
City Well Forward.
Company Ask for Option to Pnrclrase
Within ,TCn   Vears���People  WIU
Decide.
WESTMINSTER LADY
VICTIM Of ROBBERY
The flrst really big announcement
regarding industrial plants on Lulu
Island, is expected to ibe definitely
made within the next few daiys.
Since Lh6 sale of the Schaaike Machine Works to the Heaips Engineering Company of Vancouver, the latter comipany has .been dickering with
the city for a lease on certain property near t'ie 1/uhi Island bridge,
which covens four acres. Mr. E. (H.
Heaps desires a lease of the property
for a term of ten years and during
that time also, to have an option to
purchase  the  property.
Will  Submit  Hylaw.
An agreement 'drawn up by the city
eollcitoir was sent yesterday to Mr.
Htaps for sinning, and if this is done,
a ibylaw will then be.eulbmitted to the
people aJlowir.is him to purchase the
property at any time during the next
ten. years for a sum mentioned in the
agreement.
Th* city cannot sell the land without the consent of the ratepayers, but,
' ai Acting Mayor Gray stated laat evening, there wlM be no doulbt that the
electorate wli>l ratify tho agreement,
as It affects a payroll of several hundred employeea coining to Westminster.
"The more factories -we get," said
Hhe acting mayor, "the Ibetter Lt will
lie for everyone in the city. The employees wlll spend the'r money with
lo-al tradesmen and it will beneflt
everyone."
Comlnjs    Industries.
It is understood that Mr. Heap�� is
anxious to locate his new factory
���within th�� city limits, and It is
thought that the harbor bylaw passed
on Wednesday .will ibe an Incentive to
a ���atlif-jwitory. smngomtnt ibatmeen
Jhe'fcwo'parUel. TV the tromehat��uS'
njajorltle.5 that the voters rolled upon Wednesday the peopJe of the
Whole of Canada and United* States
know that this city means ibustnetn,
and already nesotlttlons are under
���way wlfh several big ilnrn who have
planned to open up branch plants out
on the Pacific CoasU
SCHOOLS BREAKING
UP EOR HOLIDAY
QuecnsborouKh   mil   Central   Closing
ICxcrcKcs  Yesterday���Sapper*
toil and Lord Kelvin Today.
;:i
or
Thief    Entered    House Where    She
Wns  Spending  Night and  He-
camped with $9.
Shortly before the midnight hour
on Wednesday night, while residents
of the city were either sleeping or
celebrating the pusslng of the plebiscite on h'artbor Improvements a
thief stealthily entered the home of
Mrs. Vallance at 111 Durham street,
and after ransacking the rooms on
the ground floor decamped with nine
dollars, rtie prorperty of Mlss Day,
a young lady who was the guest of
Mrs. Vallance for the night.
To thj Westminster Dally New"3
representative yesterday, Mlss Day,
who is chief operator In the city
telephone exchange, related the circumstances of the robbery.
Mlas Day stated that she had been
stopping with Mrs. Vallance during
the absence of Mr. Vallance. They
had' retired late. "About 11:30," said
MtM Day, "Just 83 we were dropping
off to sleep, I heard a noise down
stairs. I just knew It was someone
In the house who had no business
there and it frightened me so I didn't
say anything to Mrs. Vallance about
it. After a while the noise ceased,
and thinking I might have been mistaken, I dozed  off."
Miss Day mentioned hearing the
noise to Mrs. Vallance before leaving for the telephone office ln the
morning, but both ladles after searching the rooms could flnd nothing
missing. Miss Day's chatellne purso
was hanging in Bhe hall, and she
did not oiscover her Iobs unttil on
her way down town, when stopping
to make a purchase, she found the
sum total of her wealth to be ten
cents  Instead  of   $9.10.
Several suspicious characters have
been seen loitering about the dry
during the past few days, and 'It Is
thought that one of these might be
the  author  of  tho  deed.
AS MAKERS STAND
WITH GAS COMPANY
Suit  Between City  and  WcsUuinstcr
Gus  Company���Development*
Looked for.
a
EXECUTIONER LEET
ROR EAST TODAY
-.
Mr. Ells Had Bean    Here    for   Four
Cays���Came to  Hang  Yoshi-r
I.'e doesn't   carry a many   notched
eve Ivor at his hip���no sharp stliletto
The suit of the city vs. James Cup
nlngham. of the Westminster Oas
company, which has been pending
since the beginning of April, threatens to be tested ln the very near fu-
ttii'e. according to the statement^ Of
both the legal lights in the ci
made to the Westminster Dally News
yesterday  afternoon.
"The position of the case as tt
stands now," said Mr. Adam S. John*
ston. who hag been retained by Mr,
Cunningham, "is that the city en
gineer has forbidden my client t&
open the city streets in laying gas
mains, threatening to serve an Injunction if he does so."
Mr. Qeorge E. Martin, one of the?!
flrm of Messrs. McQuarrie and Mar-]
ttln, city solicitors, stated that . Mr.
Cunningham, who was operating under the name of the New Westminster Gas company, claimed the right
to open the streets of the city and
was proceeding to do so when he was
given notice by the city engineer to
desist. Further action along these
lines, according to Mr. Martin, would
result in an injunction being applied
for to prevent the gas company opening the streets without the consent
of   the  engineer.
As an Incident to this action, Mr.
Martin declared, the question of whether or no Mr. Cunningham possessed a franchise. Would be thoroughly
tested.
The suit against t?le gas company
was instituted by the city on April 1,
1912. when a writ was served on Mr.
Cunningham for unstated damages,
for allegedly entering the city streets
wrongfully. Thi; statement of claim
was made on May 25, but the city
has not as yet moved for an Injunction. The. case will In all probability
not be heard until  the fall assizes.
Mayor Lee has stated in tho recent
by-law campaign that the tuenty-flve
year franchise granted to thc Westminster Gas company in 1J3P expired last year and nn renewal waB
made. ThiB will doubtless hav.'
MMftUK.    .
CALGARY   HDRDEB.
EDUCATION WAS
CENTRAL THEME
Baptist Convention Devotes Practlcal'y
Whole of Three Sessions
to Osbate.
What is probably the most Important matter before the Baptist conven
tlon, namely, the educational question,
was discussed for nearly four ho.irE
yesterday, and resulted in the following resolution being adopted:
1. That there ls a present and persistent need tor efficient academic
work in each western province, the development of suoh schools being gov-
sined by our financial ability.
2. The committee recommen.'s that
having decided that for the present,
academic work be developed, ln a
sound financial basis, we look forward
as the next step to having one theological seminary for the four :>rov-
inces as soon as $200,000 Is assu red
for this purpose, the question of a complete university, Including arts and
theology, being left for a more distant future.
3. That the convention put itself
on record, in eniorslng the policy of
educational admlnistiation by which
the Baptist union of Western Canadi
will appoint a beard of education to
wliich will be submitted the full administration of all our educational
work and which wlll appoint a committee of management for the detailed
supervision of such Institution and
such ether committees as thev may
1eem necessary for the best interests
of the wovk entrusted to them.
Owlfg to the prolonged discussion
of theie Important measures well Into
4he evening, the addresses announced
my Drift Sawyer and Pelry are to be
placed Jo me where on today's program.
Pracfjcally the whole of Thursday's
{hree.sessions was demoted to the dls-
usgiSn of Christian education.   A *�����
Ughttul evening hour was spent in the
���chool room where the ladles of Olivet
fndered the delegates a baniuet.
. Tl'e morning session opened with a
ibaeon  of prayer led  bv  Rev.  0.   R
"((indn!!, of Cranbroolr, when the ienort
�����( the credential  committee by  Rev.
If, yv King   was   presented.    There
fere enrolled  102 accredited  church
resenfhtf/es.< besides   dther   dele-
am) visitors.
NATIONAL RESERVE
IS CONGRATULATED
Letter*    From    Colonel    Hon.    Sam
Hughes and Editor of Spectator
���l'nited 'Service Club.
Parties
-not tie
Were     Not     Drunk-
Fighting.
Callgary,  ,,Alta..     June     27.���'Henry
Verrl is on trial for the murder of Alfred Glenn.   Thc 'preliminary hearing
commenced thla moriring before Magistrate Sanders.
A   shrewd   halfJ. feed   waman   was
,   ��.   ...   .   .     s .,   . .. , the only witness of Importing inter-
;s sheathed about his jeans, the room-lTo;rated at  ^  - preHn.lnary ^3;l)n
The closing exercises vf lhe school
year wero held at, tioth the Hoys'
and Girl's Central school and the
Queensboroui,n,' school yesterday afternoon. .The school trustees attended both ceremonies and made brief
addresses. The holidays will extend
Until August 26,     #
The flne grounds at tbe Ontral
School facing the river wore thronged
with interested spectators yesterday
afternoon as the students went
through a lengthy program consist*
ing of songs, choruses and drills.
Chairman Trapp had charge of the
proceedings, and in his Introduction
complimentod the teachers on lhe
work done in the schools during the
past year, and told his hearers that
the parents had reason to be thankful for the good showing to which
the teachers wi:re wholly responsible.
With the building of the new High
school on the Tlpperary site, nir.
Trapp said that the tent schools,
which owing to the Increasing number of students had to be brought
into U8e. on the Tlpperary slt��, in
Sapperton and at the Lord Kelvin
schools, were to be soon a thing of
thn past.
"The elty Is growing," he said,
"and the schobl system must mark
time ��� with its progress. These tent
schools wlll be remembered when
the Royal City becomes the place lt
ts going to be, the hub of the lower
mainland."
Chairman Trapp especially mentioned the name of Mlss Strong, the
teacher in charge of the Central
school, whose work during the winter months had brought the condition of the training facilities to, its
highest pitch.
The following ts the program carried out yesterdny afternoon: Song.
Juniors; drill, Kindergarten; song,
Min�� Godson's class; song nnd flower
drill, Mlss Lenny's class; chorus.
March of th3 Cameron Men, seniors:
drill, Mlsa Wilson's- class; song,
Juniors; drill. Mlsa Christopherson's
class; flag drill, Miss Homer's class;
chorus, seniors; sming, "Vacation
Days,"  juniors;   song,   "Rulo  Brltan-
___..A  {.ConUniuA 09 page (our)
al of the thug and the sandbag of the
yevgraan ar? strangers to his hand;
yet he- has taken���calmly and dispassionately���the lives of more than a
hundied men���his fellow creatures.
"Who is th? monster ?" you as -
How doea he live with blood like
this upon his hands, with the mark of
Cain���such as he must have���upon his
brow,"
It Ib Ellis, the official executioner
for the Dominion government. |
Mr. Kills has been in tho city for
the poet four days flncog); he came
here to hong Yoshi, ths Japcr.c:o who
was to die on the 27th. but whose
sentence was commuted by order of
the governor general.
In response to questions, Mr, Bills
lore a mge or two from hla strange
career anl held them up for Inspection. He had hanged over a hundred
men���about one hundred and fifty, he
thought. He wor'ted more swiftly than
my other. He had hanged two men ln
Westminster in April in just 67 seconds from the time they left the cells
He was not a brute, bat a scientist
>nd one of the ve. y small wheels In
lie odgi of justice
Her evidence wan to the effect that
���l"?rr! ..had quairreled with hls( wife;
Adelaide' BelcoiMft, ar.d that he 'had
thre-aitened to strike her. G'lenp told
���him that he mu^t not striite his wife.
Verri invited h!in outside to flght.
and as Gleen stood Jest in front, oj
"his tent, Verrl drew a bottle frpfh his
pocket and hurled it at Glenn. "
The bottle struck him on the forehead, and he waa later taken to'the
iKopltail. The woman was quite certain tha* tihe parties directly ceneero-
cd weft hot drunk at the time.
Adelaide Belcourt Is still hell-as a
police iwltnes*. . It is ���olalme'.i that
she is the wife of the "p. Isor.er, and
thut-she cannot be,'forced to testify
against him,
"     OFF   TO   KOOTENAY.
Late   Assessor of   liurnaby   Receives
Presentation.
Ettmond*, June 27.���As a token of
regard from the office staff at ithe imi-
nlclpaJ hall, Mr. H. D. Curtis, who for
the V-LtA three and a half years lrai
been assessor of the municipality,
waa yesterday donated a complete
smoking outfit.
Mr. Curtis recently resigned his po-
, . lhe ,n",>lB,ra,'*,,:slt4on to accept a moire lucrative and
condemned a man; he carried out the ,mp<>rUlnit 0De ,n Wwrt Kootenay, and
sentence-that was all He loved leaves thte W(H!k t0 ^Biim^ hl8 dut.���
poetry and flowers and children. "No,"  ln the lnterlOT_   The preMntAtk)n WM
a.dMlhnl,8ad1^   J a?> B?1 IJJan'1ledi    ,    the rew.lt of a subscription-tram all
Ninety per cent, of a I criminals the  departmenta   ,���   thf ,hoM.      Mr.
Just pr3vlous to his departure yesterday Mayor Lee Btated that he had
been in communication with the minister of militia coneerrning the National Reserve movement, the honor
of whose initiation in Canada belongs
to Westminster.
Colonel Hon. Sam HugTies has expressed his warmest Interest ln the
movement and congratulated the
men composing the National Reserve
upon their public ppirlt and patriotism. He hopes to Inquire into the
whole sublet when he comes to the
coast, a visit which has from time
to time been postponed.
Some two weeks ago His Majesty
the King reviewed in Hyde Park
thirty thousaand men of the National Reserve, a branch of which organization has quite recently been
founded  in Westminster.
There are now nearly one hundred
names on the roll at the elty hall,
and it vlll te of Inte rest) both to*
them nnd to the public at large to
know that the news of the existence
of what Is bound to grow into the
Canadian National Reserve has been
received  with  great Joy in  England.
In a letter Just received by a member of the National Reserve committee from Mr. J. St. Loe Strachey.
oditor of the Spectator, and founder
of the movement, he congratulates
Westminster upon being the flrst' city
In the oversea dominions to initiate
a branch of the National Reserve.
Touching on ths recent review he
says:
"I wish you could have seen the
groat review In Hyde Park on Saturday (June 8). It was one of the
most magnificent sights I have ever
seen.
"The long lines of men were, literally bristling with medals, and a
very distinguished feneral Eaid to
me that he had sever seen so many
medals together before, and of
course all of those medals meant
war  service.
"The King, to whom I had the
hembr of ��.el��Ht--presented, was ��W-
lf*hte�� W.-UH &U?1M tsttM
DEMOCRATS PASS
BRYAN'S MEASURE
Convention Opposed to Nomination of Candidates Allied to Money Truits.
Early  Voting  Shows Bryan  Still  Re���
tains Hold���No Ballots Agreed
U.ion.
Baltimore,   June   27-^-WiUiaTTi   Jennings Bryan   tonight   led   the  Democratic convention   into   a declaration
Of .prowresslveness,  unheard ot in VO- -
litlcal history.
A resolution by him which was ������
passed by a two-thirds majority, de���
blared the conven Wot opposed to the ���
nomination of any candidate under:
obligation to J. Plerponit -Mctwar., TS.
F. Ryan, August Belawont or nuy
"jwivilege-eeekiwg claaa."
The convention was thrown Into an
furor by the proposition which aa originally introduced called for (tbo-
w.thdraiwal of Kyan and: Belmont,
delegates fram Virginia and Now.
York, respectively.
Resent   R'��olntion.
This part of the resolution ��as re-
ee/uted as invaidtng the rights of sovereign state* and when Its Import became known boos and cat calls, jeers-
and  hisses were mingled  with   hanSt
clapping, cheers and stamping of feet
ln the galleries and on the flooT. Representative <H.   D.   Flood  of  VbKinio...
dramatically   characterised   the   proposition as Insolent and Bald it carne-
from  "the only man "who desired  b>
destroy  the  Democratic-party."
Former Governor MoOorkle cC
West Virginia. calQtd it foolish.
Nominating Speeches.
Mr. Bryan made the situation even
more dramatic liy *4klng . Virginia
and New York to request a modification ot the resolution and yrbett they
scorned the siugesti'on, he toouc the-
courae himself.
From that mptlie.'it, sintlmedt-
changed and the early voting Indicated that Mr. Bryan retained his hoIA
.upon Democracy.
After disponing: ;o&i4S&. Br*" resw-
>vU<��>> <h* eon
\ nevmtutttat'
'owahip Into   the    B, C    convention. .*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^������,
Hevs. Ji C. Marshall, Chllltwack; J. H. 1     There has been much delay Th got-1 for  president.   Ui��   ... .��� m
Howe. Nanalm'v O  B. And^-son. Bar-1 tln�� the rooms ln the Hardman block I that a ballot    would not" be reached
perton;   R.   McCullough,     Kdmonds; I into   shape   tor   the   United   Bervlce 1 until  well aAciig toward  morning.
H. 8.' Smith. Vancouver; N. A. Hark- | club,    but    the    committee    ot   that \ Ko Ballots.
ness, Grandview, and K.  O.  Kindall
Curtln briefly expressed h:s appreola-
from whom the law   exacts   the   full
nenalty of a lite for a life go to   their ; 7:"' "77t nZTZsiZ
dsath resigned and prepared for their  UOT' ��   ""* KU
fate" stated Ms, Ellis.    "I give them
no time to break down���a quick march ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to the platform-the adjustment of a'If        Bttigcr and the "FUrtlng���**��.
AT   THE   OPERA   HOCSE.
hlack cap���the noose under the left
ear���always the left, I piess a lever
and down below swings the thing
which was a man, the neck breaks at
the third verlerbrae."
Mr. Ellis talked of his work and the I
scientific side of It. A falling body
of 150 rounds, brought a strain upon
a rope In a six foot tall of neatly one
ton���1070 foot pounds was the average. The scatold. rope used was man-
111a hemp with a breaking strain of
2700 pounds. Weight, ^physique, temperament, and rroportlon of the subject had to be carefully calculated and
���he length an+character of the fall ad-
lusted a'Tordlnglv.
Mr. Ellis wound up with the extraordinary statement that he thoupht
"or^o-nl nnn'shment wash great thlnr;
and thnt there .ought to be more of It.
Mr. Ellis, who has been staying;-at
1. local holel under a fictitious name,
'eaves Ih's morning for Halifax, NS.,
whe'-e he will hang a nvn about tbe
irl'd'e of .T-ily. From Halifax he returns to Kamloops where he will
carry out a ti ir-le execution on the Sth
of August, coming to Westminster for
a short visit about August XX,
cess"   T-iist  Night.
The "Flirting Princess" was so bur-ty
enthra-MlTig the theatre-goers of Seattle that she quite forgot to chaiim the
G. N. R. officials ��nd rolling stock.
and, consequently her expects-r.t admirers in the "Royal Glty were constrained to wait listening to Rui-''.i.
ton's wchwtra for one hour, only���
for she was Jate. ���      ,.
This merriest of -musical comedies
Is as a glorified assortment of music
hall stunts.' Its author and hls Interpreters ha.ye flirted' >vlth most things
Including good taste.
Apart from t'.ila .the show wa*|wejl
put on, ar.d Ilawy Bulger lived up to
the reputation'.which had preooded
him. He is the "sport" around w;h<im
eli'iie thn fWrtlng men and maidens
with Interludes of song an'-l dance un-
til everything end* as it tfiould do.
There ars no W. W. Jacobs In stage-
1 ind It seemu.
The camel moved the small boya
to mirth, and when Jack Stuart flr.afc.
ly won his princess, everyone voted It
hne. The scenic effects were very
good.
1
���
The last   named  responded  for    the'
whole.
The  following new  churches were
also  welcomed   Into   the   convention:
Jyuncouv.-r   Heights,   Hastings.   East,
Huth   Mortort  Memorial.   Cedar  Cot-
tasre, Dewdney and Colllngwood.
Principal E. W. Sawyer, B.A.. D,
G. L.. ol' Okanagan c'M:-ge, Sumrrer-
land, then presented his annual report. The attendance had exceeded
that of any previous .year. Enrolment 120. last year1 10J. "���
C. De Dlols Denton, B.A.. M.A., rc��
turns' to teach' mathematics''and
science; Miss Phyllis Higgins will
assist Director Moore In the department of music There ��� nre* now
twelve on the faculty. '��� Fifteen diplomas were granted. The late John
Morton, of Vancouver1,, bequeathed
to the college board, n seven acre
block of land in Vancouver, valued at
130,000: This was not the first donation from tha fame generous hand.
The' ladies' residence, In gratefnh
memory, Is io he known hereafter
as Morton hall. The arts work followed the McMaster university course
and tM music course that .of the
McGill university.
"11    ��� "   ".   ���   1'. '.	
MAYOR LEE DEPARTS.
'   __���__        '
l*ft on   8:30   Trsln   Yesterday   for
Kast and England.
Westminster bade farewell for a
few short months to her zealous and
energetic chief magistrate yesterday
morning when, carrying the well
wishes and the debentures of' the
ctty n hla; gtlp, his worship departed on the 8:30 train.
Together with Mr. Kenneth Myers,
secretary of the Progressive a��ro-
clatlon. nnd, It ls expected. Mr. John
R. Duncan, president of the West-
ster board of trade, the. mayor will
attend the Panama'canal convention
at- Calgary. Afterwards he proceeds
to England hy way ot the foremost
Canadian and American cities.
RI/ASTERS,  BE���'ARE J
Heavy Fine for Frightening Lady In
Itnrnsby.
Edmonds, June ^7.���Ths efforts of
t!he Burnalby polloe In enforcing the
tblastin* ibylaw hroiwht B*m Ga/bls,
said to be a laborer of Vancouver, before ^Magistrate Weaker yesterday
'ttiaralnft, charged with blasting without giving due warning.
The complainant wai Mrs. BrnWh,
who lives In D. h. lit, she staUr.g
thst the accursed 'had 'caused a Stuirci->
to crash through the tcjit In w'Mih
���he was living. Her atory wan, thait
although not struck by the atunvp,
she suffered so from the shook that it
necessitated , the cabling In of-a doctor.
Magistrate WaUer imposed a Mln*
of $8S and f9.70 costs, or lr. default.
.1 M_sia ��*uu ittow,
organization has now appointed al The convention leaders agreed ��t
house committee which has In hand 111;10 p. m. that no ballots wt��*d bo
the   proper   furnishing of   the  quar-1 taken tonight.    The  convention may
ters. As soon as this is nearlntf completion "the club rooms will be opened. Arrangements are now being
made for the holding of an inaugural
smoking concert to celebrate tbo occasion,
'' The visit of It. R. H. the Duke of
Connaught Is brl'.ig looked forward
to with much Interest by the members both of the club and of the
National Reserve, and it. is certain
that they wIU-pMy'a part n wej-
comlng * the governor general " to
Westminster.
sit ur tti 1 or 2 a .m. to hear nominating speeches and then they will adjourn until noon tomorrow.
MUCH ACtlVllY
IN REAL ESTATE
BISHOP GOES TO
CARIBOO COUNTRY
Large Sales of Waterfront Property���
Record Month's Cosiness Expected In July.
The pasting of the harbor Improvement by-laws and its six kindred
measures for extensive" Improvements throughout .the city, has had
the effect of giving a decided Impetus
to real estate���particularly waterfront property.
��� Yesterday Messrn. Major and Savage, ot Columbia street, put -through
sales aggregating about $30,000 In
Lulu island acreage. This is Also'
supplemented hy several sales and
prospective transfers In t(je Annacis
island subdivision. Yesterday-. Mr.
Savage stated thai the largest portion of the property sold had been
to Vancouver capitalists ' who had
also (he understood) bought from
other Arms property aggregating over
$200,000.
All the real estate men Iti���the
city ara looking forward to a record
month's business during July, and a
scramble Is being made for desirable
property, not only ln l.ulu island and
along the waterfront, but within the
city limits as welll.
Writs Terrible Foil.
- Calgary, Alta., Juno 87.���Loolng1
her,balance as she leaned across a
rolling In th�� fiird story of Curi-
vllle's stora, Mabel Griffith, a fourteen, year old girl, yesterday plunged
three storoys downward,-receiving Injuries which mny prove fatal.
Will  Traverse OM TVaJfe  and*
Visiting  Fsst  tieorge and
<2acNoel, *******
'Bishop de Pencier leaves tomorrow
on an official visitation and trip of
inspection   to   the   Cariboo     dlstrfet.
His lordship  will  b��  in  Ashcroft ow
Sunday,   proceeding   from   thenee  lo
Soda    Creek    on    Monday   by automobile  stage  over the Cariboo trail..
On Tuesday he will visit Fort Oeorgw.-.
where later ln the week, he will de���
liver sermons In both, ths St. Slopfturs ���
and St  Qeorge    churches,    recently
built   at    that   place.      From    Fort
Qeorge  the  bishop    wlll    return    to
Quesnel,   Barkervllle  and   the    Chll-
coten district, returning to Westmln- -
ster by the middle of the manffti-
At the present time ther* ara three- ���
clergyman and three laymen at
work in the Interests of the church
in this district and their efforts wrlll
be viewed by his lordship for tbe Srst
time In an official capacty. >
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POIJCE NOTIFIED OF t>
CAPTURE OF tOOV
Hospital in Nicola.
Th? n:;w hospital recently built on
the ghulu*. reserve near Canford,, tn  o
the Nicola valley, will be ready for  q
operation in a few weeks.   It ls hop-jo
ed that ln the near futurs a resident q   times,
clergyman may be' procured to take' O        U
jobwge of thlg district,- I OOOOOOOOOQQOOOOVXXM*
A dispatch from the pollce
department of Detroit received yesterday by Chief of Police Bradshaw was to the offset that I-IOOO foaihd om the
person of Martin Powell; arretted In that ctty on' Tueaday, had been' Identified ace
part of the loot in the ���857,-
030 Bank of Montreal' robbery
which ruffled the entire continent at the time lt was carried
out ln this city last September.
Chief Bra'dsf.uw immediately got In to communication
with the Detroit authorities -by
wire, instructing them to hold
Powell pemllntf notion by Ure
New   Westminster   pollce,
Powefll has been arretted'
severs1! times on variova
charges, nnd iposseiraa ��pttte a
variety of aliases, going under
the namesi ct Wllsor., Bartlett
and     Butclisrr     at     different
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
Classified Advertising
ST.  ANN'S  ACADEMY.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
-TWO YOUN'O L.\DIEa -OKSIRE Positions as iboSflfeepers on fruit
lawn during July and August. Address 007 Seventh atreet, West Cal-
sary. i   .
WANTED���BOY TO   DELIVER   PA-
1 pers.    Call at 701 Columbia street.
room 12, between 3 and 5 this afternoon.
WANTED���REFINED YOUNG MAN
wants hoard anl loom: two meals.
Private family preferred.
WANTED-BRIGHT YOUTH TO ACT
as circulation clerk. Good .position
for summer vacation. Apply Daily
News office, between !> an.l 10 a.m.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnUhed
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
SPLENDID SUMMER HOME ��� On
Lopez Island. Double boat, service
daily; school, church, etc. Eetween
thre�� and lour acies all fenced;
small house;  land has all been un-
Prlze titste and Results of Examination*.
The fcIJowinig ls the list ot prizes
awarded to successful pupils at the
ootnmer.cenient exercises held at St.
Ann's Academy on Tuts'day livst:
Christ! in Doctrin'e, SenioT Class���
Gold medal presented by Rev. Father
O'Boyle, ('. M. I. D. D.; awarded to
Mlss  Lillian   McDonnell.
Bible 'History, Senior Class���Gold
medal presented t>y Rev. Mother.
General of St. Ann's Order; merited
by Lillian  McDonne'll   and   Katherine
der cultivation; near Port Stanley. 1 Gregory; wen by Katherine Gregory,
This is one of the choicest spots in ! Christian Doctrine, Junior Class���
the Gulf of Georgia and is being Silver iniedal presented .by Rev
saciificed by the owner for $750
cash.   Clear title to property.-
QUEENSBOROUGH    IS    BOOMING���
D.
Father!    O'Boyle,    <0.    M. I., D.
aw irded  to Margaret Fromey.
Deportment1���Gold medal 'presented
by Rev. Mother Provincial of St.
We have two choice houses to offer, A'nn's order, B. C; equally merited
some lots and acreage. Come and |by ^e to-Mowing senior resident pu-
see. ',,'iis:       Dylora    Sweneisky,    gurrilda
I Dickson,  Alice   Fowler,   Vivian  Dick-
SNAP   THIS  MONEY MAKER���Nine
choice acres    in    Surrey;    several
acres cleared, balance   light   clear- j
lng.     Five   roomed    house;    barn
12x20;   chicken  house    12x48.  1000
chickens, 50 ducks, 40 hens.   Good j
running well at   the   door;    goose-1
berries, currants,   2000   strawberry
plants, 14  mixed  fruit trees;   $1001
worth of wire fencing.   Price $:1500. '
Easy terms.   Let ub show you this
property.   No. 0.
GENERAL STORE AND POST OF-!
FICE���Turn over $70u to $1100 per,
mon'.h. Fine j.rowing distiict. Store!
v.eli  stocked, scales, horse,  wagon
son, Josephine Middleton-; Avon 'by
Dylora Swer.clsky.
Silver Meda! presented 'by Sister Superior to the junior resident pupils,
merited by Rose Theroux.
Gold Medal presented by Mr. P.
Byrne, New "Westminster, .merited by
t:ie following day pupils: Kath-rlne
Gregory. Mary Keary, Ellzaheth Orr.
O'.ars Clarke, Ar.ita I McDonald; Avon
by Mary Keary.
Assiduity���Gold me-Jal presented 'by
Mr, A. C, I,:ivery. New Westminster,
awarded to Florence iM'dDona'id.
Vi'We IHstory, Junior CIh.'s���'Prayer book presented by Sts ter M, Valen
and full equipment. Attractive price j Una, ex-Su'P��i'
aud easy terms.    This is a money  r     i    '-.*���*���������
maker.   No. 9. ��
or; awarded to Marga-
WANTED���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.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould. room 1. Lavery block.
tK VNTED - A WAITRESS. APPLY
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. R-
depot.
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FOR SALE
FOU SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, between Second and |
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very-
easy terms.   Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���EMPIRE AND SMITH
Premier typewriters, In flrst class
shape.   A snap.   News office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six noomed housa, - hlock
from city car.   A. L. N., News oltlcc.
FOR SALE���A BELL PIANO, AL
most new.   408 Fifth street.
FIVE LOTS FOR $3000���These ara on
new c.it-off near Gilley station. Will
sell lots separately. "These are well
woith ycui attention.
SMALL HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Only
short distance from car line and
store. $1500; small cash payment.
Easy terms for balance.    No. 24.
See Us About Highland Home.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block. New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Highest average In elementary-
grade, silver medal presented by
Motther M. MeJanie, Assistant General cf St. Ann's Order; awarded to
Elizabeth Orr.
Highest .average inprlnnary 'grade,
silver pin, presented iby J. B. Gray,
New Westminster; awarded to Kathleen MoPhalen.
Order and iXe.Uness���- Silver m��*aD,
presented by a fri'end, equally merited by: AMce Fowler, Dylora 3wen-
cesky, Lilian MrDonell, Surrilda
Dickson, Virginia Gulchon, Vivian
Dickson, Joge-phine Middleton; won by
Surrllida Dickson.
| Plain Sewing an'd Fancy Work���
Silver thim'tiles, presented 'by Mr. McMillan, Vancouver, merited iby: 'Lillian Mc'Donell, Alice Fowler, Agpo3
Pigeon, Katie Magneson, Mamie
Cougihlan, Edna Smith, Surriildai Dickson, Goldle Fromey, Dylora Sv.ence-
sky, Virg'ina Guichor., Mary Quinn,
Mildred Hyyh, Irene Saliin; won by
Lillian  McDonnell and A.  Parna-by.
i Mending���Prize merited by: Gol-
dlt Fromey, Kate Hyde, Mary Quinn,
Teresa PPg'eon, Mamie C'ongMan, Virginia  Guieh'on;   won  by  Mary   Quinn.
| Pianoforte���Medallion, presented
���hy Mr. T. H. Ross, New Westminster,
equally merited 'by Elizabeth Orr and
Rose Theroux; won by Elizabeth Orr.
|    Second    Course,    Chopin's    Aiibu-in
'presented 'by Messrs. Walter and
Evans,   Vancouver, merited toy  Dylora
Igwenceaky and LilHian Sullivan; --won
, by Lillian Sullivan.
English    Literature ���- The    pot-tic
t works o'' Alfred Lord Tennyson, ipre-
I ser ted   by  Mr.   P.  Burns,  New  We*;t-
Imiliste.',  awarded  to  Alice  Fowler.
Poems   by   Henry   W.    Longt'e-liow.
I awarded to Goldie Fromey.
I Testimonials of Merit for good conduct and application, awarded to Lil-
Most Grocers Will Give You
HCIf MlM!
Ceylon Tea when you ask for it, but there are others
who would rather make a big profit than serve you
well.   Ask for "Salada" and see that you get it
BLACK, MIXED or GREEN. m
���Old Only ,��� u����. p.,*.*. By o|) Qro^
liar. Culhv.in, Margaret Fromey,  Ber-
Obligir.g Manners���Silver medal
presented 'by a friend; awarded to
Josephine MWdleton.
I lish School Success���Twenty dol- ' naj.ette Vena'bles, Agnes Pigeon, Mary
Hir gold piece presented by Mrs. E. j guirin Mary Doyle, Josephine Me-
Gree-nhow, Vernon: awarded to the pojiaid, lr>ne Harvey, Rose Theroux.
most successful acedemic pupil in thc_
forthcoming hlg'.i school examinations.
Ten dollar gold piece, also presented   by   Mrs.    E.    Gi-oenhow,    Vernon;
���    noi���-��.
wh(v Dupon
Result of Music Examination,
June,  191":
Certificates,    Junior    Higher    Divis-
���Miss Elisabeth Orr, Mlss I.oretta
awarded  to .the academic  upll   hvho i j,u|H,nt, Miss Irene Sabin, Miss Yvur.-
pasges   second   in   II.   S.   examination.   ne i^,very.
Rcsuts 'wi',1 ibe puiblkfliid about Aw. |    junior  Lower Division���Mlas   Roso
10. Theroux, Miss Mary Keary.    All pass-
Mathem.itics, Academic   Cass���Five I (1(,  ),ut the latter with 'dietinctlon   in
do.lar  gold   piece   presented    iby  $*i\ | plau-cfcrte, but were not successful in
T. D. COLDICUTT
I Offers the following to the
Homeseeker and Investor:
*OR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
*"OR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Taxes 1912.
In o:der to facilitate the work of
the Tax Department, during the Rebate period, Taxpayers will oblige by
sending their remittances as early as
possible.
The last day for obtaining the Re-
bale  is  Saturday, June  89, and  any
'taxpayer,  whose remittance    Is    not
Actually  received    at the    Municipal
Hall,  Kdmonds, on    or before    that
/day   will lose the Rebate.
W. H. GRIFFIN,
Collector.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given tliat the
Transior Hooks of the Peopleg Trust
Co., Ltd., will lie closed from June 24
to July 24, both days inclusive, by
order cf the board. In order to arrange same for dividend.
.   , G. W. N. BOULTON,
Secretary-Treasurer.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Public Notice.
Ail pcfons contemplating the erection, alteration or addition of any
building in tlie City, must, in all cases,
llrst detain a permit from the Building Ins- ector.
W, A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
-City Hall, June LO, 1913.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathhurn Is not employed
toy the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Mutch Co.,
Ltd. The public' Wlll kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match  Co.,  Lid.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wantc.l���Teacher for Hinging In th.
New Westmlnstei' schools, duties li
commence Bsptember l. Application-
statin;: qualifications and salary re
quired to reach the secretary's o.tici
not later than noon of .lune ,10.
L.  AVORY  WHITE.
flocretarv  Roard of Bchool Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
TWO CLEARED LOTS    ON    SIXTH
avenue,   all in   fruit, half   a   block
from Sixth  street carline;   50x120;
price $750 each, one-quarter cash, ��, |
12 and IS months.
HOUSE WITH FIVE ROOMS, LOT
50x120 all cieared and planted in
fruit, half a block from Sixth street
carline; price $d850, one-quarter
cash, 8, 12 and 18 months.
I CAN DELIVER A SMALL HOUSE
and two 50x150 foot lots, all cleared
and fenced, one block f:om the car,1
city water anl electric light and
sidewalks for $1800, one-quarter
down, 6, 12 and 18 months for balance.
THIS I CAN RECOMMEND���A LOT
50x115 to a 20-foot lane uncleared,
one  block   and  a  half  from   Sixth
. Btieet carline, water, light and Bidewalks, $600, any reasonable   teems.
A  CLEARED  LOT ON  THIRD AVE-
nue and Second street, 50x140, $859,
one-third, 12 and 18 monthB.
SIX AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES
on the carline, $1250 per acre; good
for subdivision; any reasonable
terms.
LOT 33x145 TO A LANE, $450, $50
down, $10 per month on the balance
on Third avenue; water, light, etc.
LOT 50x140 TO A LANE, 2 BLOCKS
fiom the Sixth street carline; $575,
$50 down and the balance $18 per
month.
All of the above properties are In
East  Buinaby.
LOT 21 cn MARA ROAD, EDMONDS,
titixlfi5, all cleared and close to Edmonds station. $1200. one-quarter
down and 6, 12 and IS months on
the balance.
BLOCK 22. SUB. El; SEC. 36, TOWN-
ship K, In Surrev. five anti one-half
acres. Price $800, any reasonable
terms.
LOT 14, SEC. 27, B5, RANGE 1 WEST
Surrey, 10 acres, $750 per acre, one-
third, balance to arrange.
Lulu Island
10 ACRES IN SECTION 14, BLK. 4,
.North tangfl 5 went, $250 per acre.
LULU ISLAND 36 ACRES IN SEC-
tlonjil.sblk. 5 north range, 4 west,
|2B0 per acre, one-third balance to
arrange.
LULU ISLAND���10 ACRES IN SEC-
tion 32, blk. 5 north range 4 west,
$250 per acre; one-third, ba'.ance to
ai range.
WANTED���FOR A CLIENT A LOAN
for one year of $8000 on property
woith $25,000; wlll pay 12 per cent.
LOT 50x135 TO A LANE; WATER,
light, etc.; three blocks fiom car;
$050. $50 down, tho balance $15 per
month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coidicutt Block, Fourth Ave. and Sixth
St., East, Burnaby B.C.
Telephone 719.
Five I
Mr. |
HallcT-an,  New West.miinster; awarded ���
to Dylora Swencteky.
Arithmetic, Grammar Grades���(Five
.dollar  -gold   piece,   also   presented   by |
Mr.     Haltoran,     New     AVe^tminate:", I
awarded  to Gertrude McDonald. I
A five dollar gold -piece ;;indHy offered by the Knigihts of CoHutmlbdS af
this city, will 'be aiwardeW to the mtost
successful pupil 'who passes the entrance examination this month.
Highest Average in June examination gr-.Tm.mar grid'e sold medal, 'presented 'by Mr. F. Major, Now Westminster; awarded to'.Rose Murphy.
theory.
Elementary Grade��� Mi.-is Lilllo Sullivan, Miss Dylori Sweneisky. Doth
pai sel 'With distlnctlo n in piano and
theory.
Primary Grade���L. Sweiu-iski, pi-
ari'inforte with distinction.
The promotions are as follows:
From VII. Grade to VIII.: Kath-
rine Gre-sory, Kate Hyde. ��
From VI. to VII.--Elisabeth Orr,
GoKlie Fromey. Anita McDonald, Nellie Rearrion, Evelyn L'A'bbe.
From V. to VI.��� Loretc Dupont,
Mildred   Hysh,  Vivjan    Dk 'cson,  An
toinette LagaCe', Mary Keary, Irene
Sabin, Annie Parnoby, Virginia Guichon.
From IV. to V.���Llll-lan- Sullivan,
Margaret Fromey, Bernadette Venables, Agnes Pigeon. Mary Quinn. Elsie Hooper, Nellie Gannon, Teresa Pl-
aeon, Ar.nlc SweneeSity, Dulce Cole.
From 111. to IV.���Irene Harvey, Josephine McDonald, Mary Doyle, Ito, e
Theroux, Dorotihv Taylor, Irene Mc-
Entee, Margaret Dynes, Josephlnt-
Vctiablcs.
From II. to II.���Kathleen MoPha-
lcn, Irene Mclntee, Kathleen Fromey,
Leonle Bray, Amelle BTay, Annie
Dynes,
From IT. to HI.���Eva Colton.
From I. to 11.���Gladys Mclr.tee,
Otella Venaihips, Enid Tom'ley, Fay
IK ment, Kathleen Byrne, Elmir Oil-
vin,Irene Davis, Kathleen Mclntee,
Helen Sprout.
Ar. announcement Is made from St.
Ann's Academy Victoria, that a free
echolarahto, embracing Iboafd as well
as tuition, is offered to the most successful convent pupil In this province
who passes the Entrance Examination, June, 1913. Such a scholarship
repre-ents well nlgh three 'hundred
dollars. The contest will be an extensive one, err.'braclnB the St. Ann's
schools" in Victoria, Nanaimo, Vancouver, Kaimloops and this city.
The aca'deVnic cr high school clashes
of Mils city's convent school will take
the Provincial High School examinations ir. this city the comlns week.
TO RENT.
8MALL
South
FAIRiM     TO
Wes-tmiljiBter,
LEASE IN
near tolwn;
house, barn, etc., good' well of
���prlng water; considerate aimo,unt
of land in crop, ]arge quantity of
hay. Investors' Investment
657 Co-luimbla street.
Oo.,
POR RENT-TWO   LARGE   ROOM3
?nVreo^klng Fr,aSer, \her' 8ul^le
for offices or for llvirig rooms. Ap-
lly Daily News office.
TO RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water
Apply room 9, Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS 30"
Alberta Etreet, Sapperton.
TO RENT���ROOMS BY DAY OS
week. ��54 Columbia street ' over
Royal Bank of Canada.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
For Fall Assizes.
Henry Skip-worth who was committed for trial by the police maiglstrate
of Chilliwack recently, on �� charge of
false rapreacnitation of 'pereonal goods,
appeired before His Honor Judge
Howie, at the Ibeginnlngr of the week.
Sklpworth e'.ec-ted for Jury trial, and
his case was remanded until the fall
assizes, ball tn the m'eantlm'e being
affixed at $1000. Mr. Adam S. John-
pon appeared on behalf ot the accused.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
LOST.
LOST���BLACK AND WHITE ENG-
Hsh setter missing on Friday morning last. Answers to name of Jack.
Finder rewarded. Action will be
taken against any person holding
dog after this notice. W. Townsend,
312 Fifth street.
WHITE ROCK
asue
FREE ROOMS
At 353 Hospital Street, near car lino
for luhoreis while Wearing lots in the
pity���dny labor or contract. Apply
above address.
Summer Resort
It is the ideal Summer Resort. Only 35 minutes run from the G. N. Ry.
from Westminster. It possesses ADVANTAGES not to be found at
any other Resort on the Pacific Coast, i. e., a splendid, CLEAN, FIRM,
sandy BEACHr rendering BATHING safe and ideal; First Class train service, 4 trains daily each way, and they all stop at WHITE ROCK? Good
and abundant drinking water, Post Office with Daily Mail, three general
Stores, Floating Pier, Boat and Bathing Houses. A 4 storey Hotel, about
completed, for week-end visitors. Special Rates (80c return) good from
Friday to Monday, inc., during camping season.
Visit WHITE ROCK, if you can't go this week end, take in THE
SONS OF SCOTLAND Picnic on Dominion Day, and
be well repaid for your visit.
Our Mr. Sands has an office on the property and will be pleased to give
you any information required.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE AGENTS
Offices at Westminster and White Rock
��� FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREI
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FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Specia
LEESLIMITED
'We Furnish  Your  Home Complete."
FURNITURE--DRY GOODS
$ from the
In "Money Savings" on your Holiday Outing Purchases. Our superior buying
connections place us in position to sell at closer prices than elsewhere, and nowhere can you get better qualities. ;
m
Very Special Low Prices
on Ladie's Ready-to-Wear
SUITS   FOR   WOJ^EX.
20 new styles 'bought to sell for
$35.00. Special prices for Friday and
6atur\.1ay,   at  .J��28.00
IS new Suits bought to sel'.' for
$26,00. Priced for Friday ajid Saturday  at    '... .$17.50
Lingerie Dresses very specially
���priced.
Lovely one-piece White Lingerie
I>rea?ea, lace aj;d ernbroi'd'ery trimmed.   Very Spc-cial  at    $8.09
100 new white dresses in alt-over
embro'.<i*.ry, miirquisette and lace;
the tinest styles shown this season at
$7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $20 and 830.
2)0 one-piece dresser? in excellent
qualities <.f miislir., ginghams an'J
prints, priced at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
$3.00 und $5.00.
If You Are Going to Camp We
Can Supply Your Camp Needs
Camp Stoves   . . > S2.50,   $3.50,   $5.00
Blanket*           $1.25, $1.50, $3.00
Cots       ',    $2.00,   S3.00,   $1.00
Springs        '. $2.50,  $3.00,  $3.50
Tents  . $7.50,  $8.50, 810.00, $15.00
FlajtB, any eize;  prices are from    $2.03  to  $15.00  each
If you are entertaining at home Vudor Perch Shades, will add a nev/
room to your house.    Prlce3 $3.50, $1.50, $6.00, $7.00 and $10.00, accordin.iT
to size.    We ship them to all parts of B. C.
50 now white Pique Skirts ��� an'd
Wfnlpcords.   each    $1.75 to $7.50
"Peter Pan" Waists in swiped per-
ca'.s w.'th plain blue eoiHar and lurn-
Ibdtik  cuffa.    Special at   '..$1.00
50 r.ew $5.00 Waists; all-over embroidery and lace combination. Something ibttter than usuail and 'priced for
Friday and Saturday at   $4.25
"Ccfl-legre Sweaters," the newest aiV.1
latest color comlblr.aclon. Just the article to ta-ne with you as an extira
wrap.     Prices    $0.50  and  $7.50
American Lady Corsets give ycju
the tinest form. A new shipment Juet
received permits' us to give you Just
the style you need. You ���wifl 'be de-
iJShted witih their comfort and grace.
Priced at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $5.00 ami
��7.50.
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Very Special Values
Ir.  Ladles' and Children's fine lllose,  Gloves,   Parasols  and  Neckwear.  You
will find here a most excellent assortment to  cihoose from,  courteous and1
attentive  people  to serve ycu,  and we can say with all assurance that nowhere ele can you do 'better or 'buy any cheaper.    Let us prove our statement to you.
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NEW TRUNKS
and VALISES
Steamer   Trunks at   ..$5.00,  S0.5O,  $7.50 and $10
Packing   Trunks at $2.50, $3.00 und $3.50
Travelling   Trinks at$8.0O,-$7.00, $8.00, $10, $12.50
Suit Cases $2.50, $3.00, $1.50. $5.00, $6.00, $7,  $10
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Panama Hats . ..
StTaiw Hats . . . .
SL'Jk  Umbrellas   .
...$3.30,   $5.00,   $7.50   nnd  $15.00
 $3.00.   $2.50,   and   $1.50
 S1.50,  $2.00,  $3.00 and  $5.00
Vudor
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QUARTER MILLION
1 (mkIoii   Makes Splendid Response to
Appeal of Queen Alexandra for
Charity.
the entrance to all the theatres. The
luncheon and dinne. 'aides ot tha
hotels and restaurant* wera decor.
ated  with  roses.
The Duchess of Abercorn, the
l>uchess of Norfolk, the Duchess ot
Westminster, thu jiuchesp of Hamilton and the lm ch. i.s of Montrose kept
open house "to welconi' tho workers.
Itreakfasi, luncheon and tea were
served and gn strings of flowers
were on H.-u.. t'. replenish the
baskets.
The day wlll be kno'.yn a�� Alexandra Uny hereafter.
London,  June  27.���Between   $200,-
������0 and  $250,000  was raised  yesterday by  tbe Hale of wild  roscB  in thc
streets of London in honor of Queen
Alexandra.    The    occasion    waa    the I
fifty-eighth anniversary  of  the    first
visit of the queen mother to England, '
when sho w.v  the  Princess of  Denmark,   before   her   marriage   tb   the
l.ite King Edward.    The money will
be used to extend charities in whicli
the queen dowager is particularly in- '
terested. |
The flowers sold wore not real, but
were made of satinette by crippled
and blind children in London In- '
stltutlons, many of which will benefit by the sale of their handiwork.
More than ten million roses were
offered for sale, and eleven thousand
women, dreBsed In white, were on the
streets with baskets of flowers aoon
nfter sunrise. |
With brief Intervals for meals, the
women,  who  represented  all  classes,
labored steadily throughout  the day.,
The prices varied from  iv penny    to '
hnlf a ��soverelgn.
ln the afternoon, Queen Alexandra
drove through the streets, her course
being lined  with cnthuPlastlc crowds
bedecked with tbe wild roses. Every- '
one In London seemed to be wearing
n wild rose In his buttonhol�� todaj': i
For use on horses tbere were rosettes,
while for motor cars, garlands    iTad
been    provided.     There   was   much |
rivalry   among   tho   women   for   the
moBt  favorable  location,     as    prlrcs
were offered for the largest sales.,     j
Mrs. Asquith, her daughter, and '
Mrs. Harcourt, were stationed In
Klngsgate. Viscountess Curzon, the
queen of beauty of tho. Kgletiin
tournament, was assigned to Pall
Mall; Lady Juliet Duff to Charing
Cross; tho Duchess of Westminster (
to the top of St. James streot; l-ady
Paget to Bolgrave Square, and the
Marchioness of Dufferin to Victoria
station, whll�� I.ady Mond .took a
number of pretty girls to the twraco
of tho Mouse of Commons to collect
from  member* of parliament.
Tho Couht-ss of Limerick- was In
Bond street; the Ladle* Manners and
Mrs. H. Williams at Flidgeway-court,
and Lady Mary Howard at Chelsea;
the Marchioness of Linlithgow had a
stall near the .Marble Arch; the i
Countess of Wilton was In Park
jtreet; Lady De TrafTord nt St. James
street and Viscountess Ridley at
Westminster.
The whoa of leading actors, assisted by a bevy of actresses, wera   at
OUEBEC  CObGRE83.
Speakers of Froncn Lat :.u��c,e In Canada Gather.
Quebec, June 26. ���Threti mblegrams
were sent out jL-atenlay, on�� to the
King of England, one to His Holiness
th.e Porie, ��n1 one to the * cademle
Francaise, b;: the Congret.-. on Parlor
Francaise. They were "despatched
trim the hall In which this mornlng'8
session took ,-dace in the University
Laval, nnd read aa follows:
"To the Kljlp: AsseniM. d at Que-
bee, the members of the ��� ���.��'. congress
of the Fien^h lanvape Hi Canada are
happy to oter to Hlc Malesty, Qeorge
IV, the homage of o'ir respectful attachments to bis rerson, and of un-
dvin' loyalty, which ever;- subject of
Ibe French languise In Canada guardg
towards the British government. Thev
pvnrepg the wish that n relnn, of which
the beginning Inspires all with Joy
confidence and resj-ert. shall be rro-
longed In reace nn-1' -.rosper.ty for
the elbty of the empire."
"To bite Pope; The French-Ciina-
dlans and the academies of Tinada
assembled at Ouebec, for ibe flrst congress of the French Innaunge In Can-
a'n. are bar-" to offer to Hia Holl.
nens, Pore Plus X.. tbe hotnao-e of
their .resieettu] attachment to his iev-
rend r.er��on and tbeir filiate submission to hls Arostollc authority. Careful to.&iior.i Intaet the derot ot.their
Catholic trl'b. thev rtostrate tbem-
selves at the feet of the Fct'ic faithful and solicit his benediction In the
wc-'r of the congress.
"To tha Academic Francaise; The
French-Canadians and Acelemle'eneof
Canada. a*i>emhled at Quebec for the
consideration of the French language
ln Canada.' send to the French Acai
demies secular guardians of the
Bi'eech ot "'ii' fatheis. the expression
of their faithful attachment to the ancestral tonr.ie. and the evidence of
their flrm determination to maintain
In America the best traditions of the
French spirit and language."
The reealon th'R mornln��" waa marked by a nnmber of Interesting events,
when Mr. Ktlenne Lnmy ot tbo French
Acaderov. Abbe Telllc d? Poncevil!*
and Gustave Ztdler. tbe well-known
roet, were presente.' with the -.-letrree
of doctor's of Utes attire cf Laval Unl-
ver��lty.
"The French Hnsnaoe." enjd Sir Joseph TTjiBuc. in Hie cou'se of an address," Is with the Catholic religion,'
and tbe love of our country, the most
sacred heritage which we have received from our forefatbei s. To conserva
our mother tongue is for ub a ques
tion of to be or not to be �� nationality
distinct.
|    "If we cease to speak our language,
to adopt that of those who are now'
In the   majority in    Canada, we will'
cease to be what we are, French-Canadians.
|    "Nevertheless, wc are loyal, sir, I
I am happy to be the Interpreter of the
j feelings o[ my comi.ati lots   ln saying
that  the    FrenchvCanadlans    are �����
much attached to thei British flag as
were their   fathers who   defended   it
against the revolts of New England."
Sir Francois Langelier, also mad* a
statement   in   answer   to   criticisms
which have been as to the objects of
the congress.
"Those who have pretended on the
occasion of this congress," he said,
"that we wish to dlsembarrasa ourselves ofv Hritish denomination to not
Hup? is and are Ignorant of the
teachings of history."
He recalled the fact that the King
of Englan.l and the Duke of Connaught speak Fteneh perfectly and related an anecdote ot the visit ot the
Prince of Wales here when the latter
addressed a remark In French to a
young lady. She did not understand
him. and gave as an excuse that she
was not a French-Canadian. "I know
that." si'i'.l the prince, "but ln England
young- ladies of your position know
French as an accomplishment."
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A walk of a mlle In the open air
Will save you more than jour nickel
fare.
For ln God's out doors the air Is good;
It will clear your brain and   ledden
your blood
A,nd bring you more vigor and hoalth
by far
Than you can possibly get In any old
"" car. I
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ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
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The Ladiss 6f New Westminster May Now Have Beautiful Hair. Ryall tke Druggist has the Article and Guarantees it to Grow Hair, Or
Refund Your Money.
Ryall, the druggist, backed up by
tha manufacturers of SALVIA, the
Oreat Hair Grower, guarantees It to
grow hair.
SALVIA destroys Dandruff in teu
day 8.
Tha roots of the hair are to nourished and fed that a new crop of hair
springs up, to the amazement and d��-|
light of.the user.   The hair la made)
soft  and 'fluffy.    Like  a'l  Amerlcaiu
preparations SALVIA Is daintily i��������������'���
fumed.    It la hard to find an artren*
wbo does not use SALVIA continually.
Ladles of society and lnflren^e us��
no other.
SALVIA Us a non-stlcfcy rre?aM-
tlon. and In the ladleV favorite. A
large, gfcherous bottle, 50c. The
Scobell    Drug    Co., St.    Catharines,
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
(FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
tftUHK
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
mldnlKbt/connecting for Granby
Bay^ and Stewart.
"TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE.
S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert Thursdays.
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Ialand points.
Saturriavs and Tuesdays at midnlqht.
���.��� -���������-���" .
for
, S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" leave* 3rd, 13th and 23 of each month
Prince Rupert and Way Port*.  ___/         '	
Grand Trunk Patlilc trains connect at Prliwe Rupert for East
with above st. amen?. Ask for t lustra led literaturn re agricultural
Iai.da lr. H. C. an'd Western  Canda.
... II      I      - I   HI!  .!������ I    |I|H I !���-
Special e\'ciT*lon fares via Ch'cago    during summer months.	
Itali Tickets to All Points.   OeMral Agency Trani-Atlantlc Steam-
*hln  t Iri'm*
"a. w. b. duperow, q.'a. p. u.
VANCOUVER. B.C.    527 Granville strevc.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council ol the City of
New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified tliat it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say.
To grade, pave, lay cement sid&-
walks, curbs, storm sewers, gutters,.
drains, water mains and any other-
work contingent thereto on the following streets:
First Street from Royal Avenue tor-
Sixth Avenue.
Second Street from Park Row to*
Sixth Avenue.
Fourth Street from Royal A venire ttor
Sixth Avenue.
Sixth Avenue from First Street to
I Fourth Street.
I     Firth Avenue fiom First Street to
Fourth Street.
Fourth Atenue fram First Street to
Fourth Street.
Third Avenue from First Street tA
Fourth Street.
And that said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw, 1912."
And the City    Engineer   and    Citjr?
Assessor having reported to the Coun- -
cil In accordance with the provision* ���
of tbe said by-law upon the said works
giving     statements     showing     the
amounts estimated   to be   chargeable- -
against the various portions of    real
property to be benefited by the Baldf
works nnd other particulars and   the -
said reports of tbe City Engineer and-
City Assessor having been adopted by/
the Council.
Notice Is bereby Riven that tbe said'
1-erorts are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall.
Columbia etreet, New Westminster,
B. C, and tbat unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of ihe
owners of the land or real property to*
be assessed as charged in respect of*
such works representing at least one-
half In value thereof ls presented to-
the Council -within fifteen days from
the date of. the flrat publication of'
this notice the Counctl will proceed''
wltb tbe proposed Improvements under such terma and conditions aa to-
the payment of th�� cost of sucb Improvements aB the Council may by hylaw in that behalf regulate and determine ana also to make the said assessment.
Dated   this   Twenty-fourth   day   ot
June, A.D. 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clert
Date of first publication. June 25, 191.3.
EDMONDS
P. BURNS & COi
H. G. SMITH. O. P. ��. T.
Phone Seymour 7100.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
.WSMBM Wl m
I we  are confident  that now  that  the
  I ratepayers  have  so magnificently on?
frifclfsll^'''every'' mornlnK except 'dorsed the plans of their repreeenta-
UttTdTiy by The National Printing and Uvea, those representatives 'will .let no
Publishing Co., Ltd., at their office, 'grass grow -undier their tfeet in the re-
%Z   McKenzie  Street,  New  Westmin-1allzaUor> of those measures |or which
mtfi-r. B. C.        ���
HOOEItT II. I3i:ST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
SBusfncss Office  L 999
'���ditorial   Office    R 999
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three
months, -or *<*c per month.
By mail $:��� iier year, or 25c per
mamtk.
Westminster Weekly News $1 per
year.
FlrlDAr.^UN't 23. 1912.
they have striven.
The whole city has a right to con-
[gr.UuIate itself ui.ion the. stop it has
taken. It may be sure that \LS d&s-
inica are in -capable hanJs, and tlhut
equally in the trip which Mayor Lee
ha.i undertaken .and In the operations
a.t ho.m'e, the (beet interests of the city
will be safeguarded In a genuine desire to1 Work for Westminster.
>;        '   "
SCHOOLS BREAKING
UP FOR K0L1DAY
(Continued from page onf.)
liOOKINti   AHEAD.
Tlte tiylmw.s have passed, and, for
fhe second time lr. the history of such
events in this city, they have all
ttcen MSented to. What mnv does lt
all amount to? Wc halve throughout
���mdeiftvorb'd to impress upon our
readers the seriousness of Wednesday
tnat. and perhaps a few thoughts
mow opon what we have done -will
��ot toe inopportune.
Weafrninster has enrphatically de-
��lared herself in fa.vor of progress.
Che has now entered upon an era ot
��oming ��5reaines^i, not only of lo-cal
import, but of a very deep and real
sisuiftounceybp o\ ."wjvole cf Cana.la
jand to the great empire to which we
fcckwg. For, jj^tMUhe passing of
the. iianboj- improvement bylaw, iwhich
is for -developing our present -waterfront, is but the prelude or the laying of the foundation for the greater
Biastwr soh-eme -w-hfeh emlbraces the
nanaiiulrr of our city waterlfront, Ar.-
JMds itflarvd, a/vd-Yirt-.of Lulu Islantl,
���to in like manner even that magr.iti-
��s.nt scheme may verj' Iwell be but the
AeKinninK of a harbor development
*in<brax'in(g I^ulu Island, the whole of
-whose magnitude and importance to
ari-ase at the pfe^eplt.time it is impos-
���rfble. ji7l      .   "'.\ *
That this j^ ��^fesyn may lie said
���wrt^i a certain .amount of truth, but
in Canada, art&J^"t��i3fa!lly in the West
Wre have a'J��d$Sr3:*/t3'C>k of making
��li-i;uns come to realities. Opportunity for endeavor���rhe maxim still
Imlds Kood. There -are a few points
that those wptl ^vt\ ioiik as far ahead
this might  wej '.\e&r In view,
liveiry day sees the stream of cml-
nia."    God Save the King.
Today Sapperton and Lord Kelvin
schools  hold   their  closing  exercises.
The following is the promotion list
and honor roll of the Girl's Central
schools:
Division II., E. Myres Gray,
teacher.
Roll of Honor���Proficiency. Lillian
Innes; punctuality and regularity,
Evelyn Cameron; deportment, Hen-
rika Lindahl.
Promoted to Entrance Class, Division I.���Alice Bowden, Vera Winifred Bowell, Mabel Helen Brown.
J 'nnie Stewart Bryson. Evelyn Leila
Cameron. Elizabeth Margaret Coon,
rad, Ruth Georgia Eddy, Sylvia Hall
Fulton, Clementina Annie Garrick.
Marjorie Evelyn Gilley, Hazel Bell
Gray, Irene Teressa Hudson,' "Lillian
Innes, Nellie Maud Levy, Clara May
Lewis, Helen Audrey Lewis! ftfcnrika.
Huins Lindahl, Margaret Amy Mann,
Marguerite Ruth McAllister, Margaret Susan MeAsklll, Ellen Jean
Monteith, Nina Bell Munn, Brownie
Augusta Peebles, Alice Postill, Charlotte Don:en Rogers, Mary Evelyn
Rogers, Agnes Clayton Turnbull,
Margaret May Vert, Vaughan Ger-
trund Webber, Annie Martha Welsh.
Muriel Marguerite Whitaker, Jean
Kennedy   Whiteside.
Promoted to Senior IV., Division II.
Rolls of Honor���Proficiency, Rox-
ena Halllday; punctuality aand regularity, Myrtle Brown; deportment,
Alii- Melss.
Helen Agar, Alice Bradshaw,
Myrtle Brown, Eileen Callanan.
Dorothy Cassady, Jessia Chalk, Olive
Cotsworth, Edith d'Easum. Gladys
Dunn, Edythe Fader. Isabel Qlbbs,
Ivy Glbbs. Stella Glanville. Ro'xena
Halllday, Ivy Hudson, Beatrice Jackson. Leona Jackson, Lillian Jaggar.
Margaret Johnston, Elsie Kirk, An^
pie Klaiber, Evelyn Logan, Louise
Maxwell, Allie Meiss. -. Jessie Moore.
Kitty Netherby,  Ellen  Patchell,  Vera
Cecil Robert Gilchrist, Howard Theodore Goodwin, Margaret Ellen
Mary Hamilton, Margaret Elizabeth
Hamilton, Bessie Crruce Henderson,
Helen Isabel! Henderson, Grace.Arietta Hutchison, Blanche Alma Innes, Francis Alma Johnston, Quennie
Ethel Victoria Knowdell, Gladys
Clara Loverlng, Lfnheth Lynch, Dor-
ott.y May Malcomson, -Robert Allan
Mackie, Clara Margaret Mefcer,
Catherine Jean ^lacAsktll, Anna
Rose Monteith, Henry Lindsay Mann,
John James Pope, Janet Elsie Plummer, Shirley Agnes Smith, Elsie Hunter Smith, Eleanor Jane Schofleld,
Ellva Louise Yokely, -Marshall -Waddell.
Second Primer.
Rqlls of Honor. ��� Deportment,
Helen Olesen; regularityv^)OrIs^Cop[;
proficiency, Clarn Wale.
Second Primer to first -Ruardar���"
Helen Bradshaw, Margaret Coul- I
thard. Edward Chapman, Roy Dun-1
brack, Marian Godson, Joseph Hall,'
Lucille Hildreth, Laura Imlah, Kaye
Lamb, Sinclair I,ane, Beatrice Matheson, Joseph Mayers, Allison Maxwell,
Amy MacKenzie, Dorma McKay, Margaret Nelson, Gertrude Morris, Helen
Olesen, Grace Ross. Constance Shaw,
Doris Scott, Isla Spflrril, May Taylor,
Clara Wale, Anna Weller,
B Class to A Class���Walter Berg-
huiii, Eleanor Darling, Eileen Feeney.
Cecily Fraser, Melville Hutchison,
Ruby Hockley, Florence Pope, Raymond Pearson, Leslie Slingsby, Maxwell Smith, Walker Zella .
First Primer.
Promoted to Second Primer���Mar-
garotte Anderson, Clarence Burns.
William Cole. Mabel Dowd. Earl Dun-
brack, Edwin Goranson, Edwin Hawkins, Edmund Hudson, Walter Hunter, Odd Hansen, Edith Hamilton.
Edmund Lynch. Leslie Jean MacKenzie, May Robertson, Violla May
Routley, Isabel Ross, Margark Smith,
Greta Williamson, Georgle Walker,
Keith Young.
Promoted to A Class ��� Ernest
Campbell. Wi'.iuni Pupre, Clarence
Furness, William Fulton, John Eick-
ho, Verna M. Gilley. Eunice Halllday.
Clarence Hanna, Margaret MacKenzie, Emma Nelson, Evelyn Purdy,
Annie Rigley, Emma Sing Kee, May
Ure.
Promoted to B Class���Russell Bell.
Alion Chalk, Edwin Chilson, Roberi
Dingle, Marjorie Gifford, Esther Larson, Evelyn Malins, Maggie Mackie.
James Magee, Mattie Wales, Harry 1
Young.
.Pass List from Division X tto Division IX., Girls'  School:
Rolls of Honor���Proficiency, Nellie,
Lee Deeu; regularity and punctuality,:
Edward    Milton   Bryer;   deportment.
Neil  Charles,   Roth"ell   McQuarrie.'
Blanche Bell. Edna Boughen,
Florence Cambridge. Edna Carter,
John d'Easum, Janette Gamon, Dorothy Gibbs. Nellie Lee Pern, Ja%xl
MacKenzie, Neil McQuarrie,. iTougia
Nelson,   Richard  Stoney.
 1 T
AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Reynolds
and Lewis
,.. ���   rauHrr
Some, Scenery. -.. .
Come Singing.
Gome Imitations.
John Post
A Singer cf. Classlrs.
George
and Gott
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND  LOW PRICES
DINING
Pentland. Pearl Perdue, Lizzie Peters. I
,' Isabel  Phillips,  Irene Pope,  Florence   TltASEK MJI/Lfi PEOPLE
��ration to Canada growing imore.and I preseott,    Daisy    SchoHSld.     Eleanor
jx.ore in volume, and ���*BPec:aWy is the I Whiteside. Jessie Wilson, LtlyWIIfcOn.
*de ot BrHlsfti    people Increasing    in j Intermediate Grade.
strength.    Bf one considers tor a mo- ����� ^ "omtr' J*"***;
,^m��.ri !     Rolls of   Honor���Prorflclency,  Lily
j Maliel Johnson; punctuality and regu-
AT SCHOOI, EXERCISES
I ��-
menl Ahe fac'PrniaTTeveri now the pro-
-*".sion for h-an Alloa gpiigrant traffic is
-risliort of that oJS$irfg. tt is;at>un'dant
ty cJfcar  tbat  the   population   of    the
���whole,  dominion   is   growing���and   to
British people Priti3h Columbia is the
most desiralble part of Canada.
And with tbe people coming, so too,
is tho money, not alone the money
���which they bring with them, but thc-
Arej-rfendous sums which are now being: invented in th'U-i t-ountry /by Brit-
Stf.i rafpftal'nsls. Here at our very
���floors we have abundant evidence of
the tnct that this is'so, and that that
particular stream Is assuming ever-
increasing proportions.
m*ea�� aJso, we have to consider the
���jmca-ning of the Panama cana], and in
this connection it may be well to point
oot that. ,U��e CalAary convention Is not
-an aUvtrtlaing dericp iby any means.
The farmers of the prairies mean
���business.
It is inevitafH6*t*nt there rnuat he
n great national port for Canada up-
is the Pax-j fie. and ir. the evolving of
that port the Interests of Vancouver
auid of Westminster are largely one
-and thc sajne, for to ascertain extent
Cbey are upo,\ common ground when
���Latin   i.i; u,,i   js consldercfl.    This,   we
larity,   Greta  Emma   Garret;   diepewt-
ment.  Elspeth   Margaret Currle.
Promoted        Trom        Intermediate
The celebration In honor; of:tjSc
closing exercises of S:ste.��U��th��ol
at Fraser Mills on Wedr. ,.|ay evening was well attended Iby the Erenc'i,
colony, who listened with pleasure1**������"
jthe musical and dramatic n^mtoers <>:
] both     languages     rendered     Ijv   r.ie
Grade,   Fourth   Division,
Junior ! Pupils.    FolMvirvg  is  th
Fourth, Third Division���Jenny Colde-I^8 our fest:^
vin,  Doris Cole,    William    Cameron,   "Le Patissier."
Wlnnifred  Cameron,   Kathleen  Drew,    (       	
Loonarj Doane, Annie Dunc^5, ("Vir"-' ���Le8 Bambine."
gie Dauphlnee, Greta Garret, Lulu ' .T',pST' ",','"
IGanville, Dolly Gamon. Grace Gilley, '.,'{' EPJouve." ..
Percy Hacking, Maud Hughes, Lily ���'j'a p;!lre'" ;,'
Johnson, Thora Johnson, Dora Kirk, j Les pierrots- '
Ethel Lougheed, Mary Malins, Marjory Mayes, Margaret Mayers. Isobel
McQuarrie. Barbara McWaters.
Jean McPhail, Kat'ileen Payne, Leola
Robertson, Thon:a.i Spencer, Margaret Smith, Grace Turnbull.
Junior III.
Rolls of Honor���Proficiency, Percy
Raymond Smith; punctuality and
regularity,    Lorne    Mordaunt    Grlm-
flay."
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���gram:
.Chorus
.Scene  en   two  actes
 C lanaonette
 Dialogue
    Chant
 Chant
 Comedie  er. }r actes
"Cats."     CJtwnedie
"Excelsior."       Song
"La Relne Bonne iHumeur."   ....
 i     Dialogue
"Tlie  discontenter!  sisters."   	
   A domestic comedy
"Adrolte  t-xeu* e."    IHrettino
"Un Rat dans ur. Danier.", .Dialogue
"Les  Fauvetres."       Chant
liikr. it, is what " *M*yor Lee had in
uiii.'l mttOB hi- said ihat he had good
aVMKMI to 'lit'tHVf 1,hat Iviilu IulanVl
���rouM eventu.i..:>- beci mo the national
J>'��rt of tne PttdflO.
TTiia i.s looklcg a)U'*d, Indeed, but
tttoaX that gr.-it shipping center may
ine;��.n is fo d for muich thought In ref-
---nrticic-i- not onl.v to Its relation to commerce, bat to the naval strategy of
the P��i-.'li/-. n BUbJecl which for the
prt.!M-rit may be far out of our minds,
.imi n-hh-h must be rcoKoned with
���BttoiHT * r iMiT. I'ttr lihere !j need to
���prepare, not n: '.;��� f' r tntd-e, but for
defence.
To rr-Jurn to the work "f lh" Siiy.
Thc mtmnfrrfn'l Isjuo of Wednesday
an<vann lliat -J): the lmme'diate present
wroiiri -w>U lie liegiin ppon setting our
-vu-esemt waterfront in order, It
jvncaiii, iilsii thai the liuslnc. - of i in -
,|c��j��>v!rrg our streets and .beaulll'ying
-our parks aha 1) neither lm halted nor
ten mi cia i-l cd. This lime next yeu*r
**vv. wl 1 >>:mh; :i hospltaj ��-ort.:\- i f the
floynl Cily, an nr>-:.<-date pollce sta-
Oon, ,i ������ *n plant, a: . ctyipmle system
��tf ha .lii.g nor stnrea, whille there
mi-if be no fexr thai we will for the
rtiwc b*i in dan : r of having an Insuf-
tfjt^nml *pxr\ifrty f. water,
3,'rtwaJj t:,, ..    t'hliig'   take time, bul
Ella    Constance
ston;     deportment,
Young. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Class A to Division TV.���Prank
Victor Buckland. Marlon Marguerite
Buckland, Martha Klaiber, Merle
Lewis, Annie Lemon. Dorothy Josephine Lucy Marston, Wllma Gertrude Magee, Geoffrey Carmen Pearson, Robert Stanley Reid, Maxwell
Willette Shiles, Perry Raymond
Smith, Olive Jean Walker, Lancelot
Kendall   Webber
l"R!ra Men qui rira le Dernier.
\
���Dame Nature's tei party."
'Oh,    Canada."     	
"God Save  the Kins
-*������
C'Omed.'e
Operettc
LORD KELVIN SCHOOL
STAFF   CELEBRATES
The faculty of the Lord Kelvin
school giithered ln the office of the
B Class to A Class���Irene Mablo building last evening to celebrate the
Abrams, Heijry Charles Bacon, Cit- Closing of the school yea.r. It was al-
son Joyce Bryson, Madge Margaret s" the occasion of a farewell banquet
("allandar. Mildred Conolfy, rhiirlotte given In honor ot live o'f the teachers
Olivia Dean. Lome Mordaunt Orlin- "ho are Laving the school this term.
ston, Hilda May Hunter. Gwendolyns Tb'- spread ��'M prepared by the
Maude Kellington, Clara Niirrls ladles, t'ie Moral decorations bein;
Mallns. John Hugh Mar-ki-nzle. Vera red and whit-- roses ar.d o.-.mge Woe-
McrDonilil.    Marion    Isabf-ll.-    Merrer,   eoms,
Susie Longworth Phipps. Dorothy Principal (-'an:;- :.| was v ted in the
��� Anne Robinson, Grace Stirling Ros3, chair, and expressed his .-.gret al
Margaret Annie Solomon, Murray M" h a \tr:~c nimlitr if the (=taff
Robert Watson. Eveyln Atherton leaving the cchool at this time. Thej
Walker, Rachel Alice Welsh, Jauws are MIsscs (.'. K. Lord, (Hive Wll.wrt.
MacCo.van Whiteside, Constance Slate*, K- S-mH* -'"d Mr. C. Grey.
Voung. I     Ji'*s   rfl-'t'-r  Is   leaving  bhe   prol'es-
Secon I  Header 8lon   ?or a   tillu'-       Mr-  ('r'-v  has a<>
Roils of Honor--Proficl'enev, Ethel'ct"��)ted a sim"'"- appolntiment In Van-
Peck; regularity and punctuality. c��uver. Mlss Smith ha.* heen trans-
Joseph Wlse^ deportment, Margaret forr"' '" the Slxth Avcnue scht>o1' a'!
Seymour being noarer her heme.
Promoted from Junior to Inter- ' Tlle ^u]Ur reasons connected
mediate Grade-George CordeV; Eve- w,*h ���� rw ffnat'ona ot M.ss Lord
Iv.t Dawe. Wilgoat Erickson. Howard ;,;"' M1h' ^ "l"" '���',led,r^ ��� "tl e
Elliott, Edward Greame, Irene Gray, comimut on the part of the to**,
Kmma Hawkins. Kath'een Halladay. 'n-'sl'-r, wh, afterwir* pri.ented l.e
,, ,,    . .,,       r,      , _       1'Tiner with a brass  tea-kett!e,  w.nle
Mary   Hughes,   Alir-i-   Knutsen.   Roy ,,, ,.      _    ,  ,   >,     ....
,. ,.      , ' _ ,,   -.      ,M ss   WI ."on   was   the  recipient   of  a
Kelly,   Irene   Magee,     Susie     Mnl'Ccr.
ies!
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Strawberries are now at
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Fresh Picked Burnaby
Stock received daily.
H
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$56.00 Tables for $40.00
$48.00 Tables for $32.00
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Sinclair, I.ilv Sponner, Joseph Wise.
Jack   Whitaker.
Proficiency, Mary Chapman; r-gu-
larlty and punctuality, Conrtaiwe
Gtffnrti;   deportment,   Vivian   Browrii
Mar,> Louise Bryer, Ronald Fred-
crick Btyilges, Gladys Valetta FlVown,
Alfred   Baton   Pryer,   Vivian   Evefvn
Brown, Mary isi'-ll Chapman,   Or:	
Lavina Cole,' Clnytnn Cho��t?r C'alk,
Roy MiiiiffRton, Currie. Helen Ml ry
Douglas, Robert Edward d'Easum,
Mary   Olle   Elllot't.   I!a"el   (.'��� ..i:i.vun,
cnt-"4las.H bowl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Quests  of  the   evening   were   M-'ea
Wright,  ihe nurse ,-it t'ie hlih uch ol.
and Mr. Hurr, also uf the h-!xh school
st iff.
During  the  su-ninn--  vacation   Mlsn
Sm-lth  an'd  Mbs Wllkie will visit Kn-
ropean coun tr lea.
l>l.s:ingiiislie:i Vlstor,
rti".'. CJanon Perkins, a notcl Kngiish divine, wlll visit British Columbia anil Westminster about to- rriill-
il'e of August. A i roper reci ptlotl
wll 1, ��� accurde l hlm by Bishop do
Pencier upon  hi;; . 'rival  in  ;',:,i<  dry,
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The People's Grocer
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$25 monthly,    Lot iUxlfitf.
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and thiee lots, one block from the
car; $1800; one-third cash, balance
over two years.
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Expert repairing of American, English
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where boh  PLATE   and
PRICE will PLEASE.
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y PRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
JSPORTS^
Snis
AT BASSANO
Qn   Points���Fight
Full Limit ||f teen
ounds.
face. Allen swings right wildly. Bay-
ley swings right to face and another
to jaw, Allen lands couple of effective ones to Bayley's face, Bayley
swings h right to Allen's stomach.
This was the fastest round of tbe
contest. Bayley's all the way throy^tj.
Tommy Burns raised Bayley's hand,
declaring him a winner. The declsioa
was a popular one.
CHALLENGES FLYING.
Allen Groggy in Last Round���Tommy
limns as Sliailovv Artist���Big
Crowd.
Uassano, Alta., June 27.���Basgfoio
was turned into a miniature Monte
���'Carlo today when under the very
noses o; the city and mounted police
all varieties of ahull and "con"
games were permitted to operate in
the streets. The games were opened
soon after the Calgary excursion
train arrived about the middle of
the afternoon, and did a flourishing
business until tho fans went to tlie
arena for the boxing.
The police . were well aware that
these games were going on. They
would not miss seeing them. In fact,
���ono of the city officers was seen
watching a game for almost half an
liour. All he did1 was to call fbaok
one of the Indians who was crowding
one of the players. This is the kind
of stuff which gives the boxing game
a  black eye.
Calgary's second delegation, numbering about 100, arrived on the regular train at 5 o'clock, and still
others came in at 7 o'clock. The fans
began to go to the arena about 7:30.
The rain had passed and while the.
air was a bit cool the weather conditions were very satisfactory. The
arena had been hastily constructed
antl as some of the rather portly
fans seated themselves there were
various creaks. The band appeared
on the scene about 8 o'clock and
soon after >J3iliy Lauder appeared in
the ring and was given a hearty reception. Lauder was substituted ffir
Billy McCarthy, of Bassano, as the
opponent for Kid Lucas, of France',
the sparring partner of Allen.
When Tommy Burns was liitro-
��� duced he was given a hearty reception. The first bout was announced
if or 8:30, und lt was only n few minutes later that Lucas and Lauder
were called to the centre of the ring.
Bob Albright was the announcer.
He stated that the flrst bout would be
between Billy Lauder, foVmer lightweight <:harn.)ion of Canada, and Kid
Lucas, of Seattle. Waah., the sparring
partner of Billy Allen. The bom wns
six rounds with cl^an bre��H��, Tho j
J>out was declared a draw.
, The next preliminary was tho stai*
one,' being between Tommy Burns
and his own brother, Eddie Brusso.
The bout v.as for four rounds and to
use the words of the'referee, "An exhibition   hout   and   nothing   else."
It   provided   plenty   of   amusement
for   the  crowd,   bul  was  more  of  an
exhibiiion   of  Bhadow     boxing     than
. anything els.->.
���* "#I want you to understand there
art amW ln boxing the same as any
other game, and It vm perfectly un-,
derstooO that the bout'was to " .bo*
with clean breaks: If you want to
have boxing . In Alberta the boxers
will havajttO live up to tho rules as
long as i have anything to do witto
it. These rulee are going to Be enforced." 'Theae aro the words "of
Tommy Burns wrhen called upon to
make a speech.
Joe Bayley entered the ring at 9iS0
attended by Fred Oliver and Cyclone
Scott. Hc received a good reception.
Allen followed aftor Bayley'e applause had died out and got a tourid
of cheers.
He was attended by Luens and
Foley. Tommy Burns, acting as
referee. Charlie Bellly, of San Francisco, challenged the winner. Kid
Scaler, of Spokane, wishes to meet
the winner for a thousand ..ollnr
.Bide  bet.
Both Bayley and Allien weighed ln
ut less than  133.
The men shook hands at 9:40. using siimc gloves used in Burns-Johnson bout ln Australia.
The first three rounds were slightly in favor of Allen, but Payley in
the fourth commenced to hammer
blow aftei blow to Allen's, stomach
which gave the Victoria boy that
rounl. Allen came back In the fifth
and gained confidence, and up to
the eighth had tho better of tho coast
man.
The eighth round was even, but
Allen had his opponent groggy In
the ninth- Bayley came back ln the
tenth and led praoticnlly all the way,
but could not solve Allen's guard.
Tbe bell sounded In the eleventh
while Allen was in his own corner
defending himself from a rain of
blows. Bvon round, slightly In favor
of ftayley.
The twelfth round opened with
Bnvley taking it easy. Bayley's fare
was badly cut and Allen playing to
the filce all the time.    Rouhd  even.
The thirteenth was a whirlwind,
���'both proving gluttons for punishment. Allen taking terrible punish*
ment. but fighting back with all bis
���old time gameness. All Bayley's
round.
Aflen came back ln the fourteenth
and   had  slightly  the  better of    the
British Columbian   Team    Is Waiting
for Coming  Baseball  Fray.
The weather cock which hag. been
perched on top of the Hritish Colum-
bian building since .their victor/ over
he pliimhaM, is alrea'iljr-showing signs
f taljlng.'4.tum,.>l*   froto   Its   diaf/y
eic!l.;'Yes$jklay Jtana&^r Maiden ytos
ln receipt Of several challenges fr6m
local Arms, but disdained them   all until after the afternoon contemporary
clash in baseball  with the Westminster Dally News nine.
This event ls scheduled to take
place some evening next week and
should be worth the price of free admission for any follower of genuine
amateur sport.
Referee Grumpy Spring, when seen
yesterday rgardlng the lacroBBe game
between the plumbers and printers,
stated that really the nlumbers won
the decision on account of Sangster
refusing to leave the grounds when
told by the official, and that under
ordinary circumstances the decision
would have been reversed.
nam m->
PAOJE FIVB
 ,'hi-mm-j;
731   COLUMBIA    STREFT
��� BASEBALL. *>
��� ���
Northwestern League.
Won. LosL Pet.
Spokane 34     32      .615
Seattle 36     34      .514
Portland 35     34     .507
Victoria 35     34      .507
Vancouver 36     35     .507
Tacoma 31     38     .440
Yesterday's Games.
At  Portland��� R.H.E.
Seattle  6 10   2
Portland  1    5    3
Batteries:   Thompson and Whaling;
Eastley and Moore.
At Tacoma��� R. H. E.
Spokane 9 12   1
Tacoma 2   4   3
Batteries:    Cadreau, Lewis and De
Vogt: Crlttendon, Criger and Lalonge.
At '.'Victoria��� R.H.E.
Vancouver 7 11   0
Vlcto-la 7 13   1
Ca^ed on account of darkness.
Patterles:      Kaufman   anil    Meek;
Belfo;d, Clarke and Repulveda.
American   League.
At  Washington��� R. H. E.
Boston 4  11     1
Washington   .... 8 11    2
Batteries Hall, Pape and Cady;
Hughes and  Henry.
At  Philadelphia��� R.H.E.
New  York    ..  0    3    t
Philadelphia 4   10     O
Batteries:   McConnell and Sweeney;
Brown aad Lapp.
At   Cleveland��� R. H. E.
Cleveland     .... <' 1    t
Detroit     3    7    B
i   Batteries:     Blandlng and Easterly; Works and- Stanagp.
National League.
At SL Louis��� R. H. E.
Pittsburg    3 il    1
St..Louis        2    6    0
Batteries: O'Toole, Adams and
Kelly, Qibson; Geyer, Steel, WMla
and Wlngo.
At Cincinnati��� R. H. E.
Chicago       6 12    2
Cincinnati       1   ,4    2
Batteriea: Reulbach and Archer;
Benton and Clark.
AtBostdn���   , ��� R. H. E.
'Boston  ...i... 8 11    4
Brooklyn        '.**.. '.* ���  13    2
Batteries: Dickson and Rariden;
Knetzer, Ruoker ahd Miller.
At New York��� R. H. HJ.
Philadelphia   . 7     ......' 3 10 |*"f
New York   t.  4    8    3
. Batteries:     Brennan   and   Kllllfer;
Crandall and Meyers.
WOULD ABROGATE
ll. S. GOVFRNMENT
Leonard Olsson, Disfranchised Citizen,
Expounds Doctrines of I. W. W.���
DDircct Action.-
work,   but  stayed  away,  waiting for
Bav'.ey to lead.
Round fifteen. Bayley came 'IVbhi
his corner with a ri'sh and nearly
sent Allen through tthe ropes. (Bay-
ley lands six blows to Allen's ��tom-
ach and three to the head, and
ahoveil AMen to the floor to the count
of nine. Allen was groggy and
hanging on.    Bayley sends srlght    to
Seattle, June 27.���The political
theories of Leonard Olaaon, whese
disfranchisement resulted ln the filing of imipeachmer.t icharges against
U, S. District Judge Corne'.lUB H. Hanford, were the principal subjects examined at the flrat day's session of
the congressional suib-ccmmlttee appointed to it uke evidence In the Impeachment case.
Olesen explained that the Soclallat-
La'bor party, to which he belongs, advocates the abrogation of the present political government Ir. the United State*, its place to be taken iby an
lndusitrlah, government in which representatives from la/bor ��� union would
sit in congress Instead of representatives from geagraphl'Cail divisions.
Courts, Oleton eald, wou'd 'be abolished vw'de'' bis form of govern'mont,
as they wou'M lie u-seless.
Ollsson explained that his���the Detroit���(branch of the I. W. W. be-
l'eyes In reporting to the 'ballot for
improving Islbor 'conditions, while
the radical Chlcawro branch beMeves
in dlsKrarttlrrg the .ballot and resort-
imr to   direct action."
"liireH 'action, or In other words,
violence-.'" asked Mr. McCoy.
"Direct action," answered Otaaon,
"tht- .members of that branch of the
organization must answer for themselves."
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OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
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PLAYING IN HAIL
REGINAS TRIUMPH
Weet   End   Struggled   Gamely,   Especially Towards Close���Score Four
to Three.
ray.    Spare,  Henderson.
Reginas���Goal, Fluery; polity Pearson;' cover point, Cotton; defence,
iTunjIbuW, Goddard and Salt; oervtre,
Huff; home Held, M. Fletcher, Sayer,
W.-iJoutts; outside home, L. Johnson;
Inside .home, Sinclair. Spares, Eastman and Roberts.
Sapperton and  East   Burnaiby   wlll
���be matched next Thursday.
TO RENT
Splendid large store and basement on Begbie street, Just off Columbia street. All molern conveniences and ready for Immediate
occupation.   Rent $65 per month    	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Will lease.
Two modern suites of apartments on Begbie street, near
bia stroet and the Russell hotel, three   rooms   and bath   rtWi
modem conveniences.    Rent $30.00 and $36.00 per month.
.,.
rno
All''
THE
WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LTD.
3. J. JONE8, Managing Director,    f-
Head Office:  28 Lorne Street, New Westminster."
.
By defeating the Weet Ends last
evening���Ito 3���the Reginas have
shown themselves capaibte of being
stror.s contenders for the pennant Jn
the  intermediate  liacrosse league.
Inclement weather doubtless kept
the crowd down to a minimum, and
during part of the game, the players
struggled in the face of a terrific hail
storm.
Huff etaxted the scoring for the Reginas ir. the first quarter, anld tallied
a second .within a few minutes afterwards. End to end play followed, tout
the Reginas, who apipear to 'delight in
a rainstorm battle, were always hovering arour.d their opponents goal,
and the third quarter found them two
goals In the lead.
Feeney and Huggard score'd for the
West EndeTs towandtt the close of
play, bul despite all their efforts, the
would-be champions failed to equalize.   The teams fielded as follows:
West End���Goal, S. Mortison;
point, M. Mortison; cover point, Lougheed; defense, Margison. MciDonaM,
'Poherxy: centre, L. Sanfter; home
fleld-. Allison, Huggard, Storm*; outside home, Feeney; Inside home, M-ur-
TONIGHT'S    BASEBALL.
at
Maple     lA-iifs     and     Balmorals
Queen's    Park.        ^L^_
TJro Maple Leafs an'd tht Balmorals
wllif' meet onoe more on the Queen's
Park diamond this evening. Following ihe disastrous defeat the champion*, received at the hands of the
Leafs last Monday evening. Manager
Maiden and Cap Ryall bave been acting.as scouts for the team amd it is
eald.-th��iy have unearthed some wonder* bi the line of baselball stars.
Coffcptt wlll pTdba-Wy be on the
rnouaM for the Leafs while the twirling ��hd of the Bals will rest In the
hands of Dlgman.
The game ls scheduled to start at
��: 4 5 o'clock.
W85 OPERA HOUSE
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.   .
��� ���'    i      -   ' i      ii **���
Six Big Reels of  ,
MOVING
PICTURES
Program of Pictures    for    Friday and Saturday Evenings.
Free Scholars Matinee f aturday.
EducatitM��l���Sir  Wilfrid   Laurie: 's trip through Canada.
Educational���Italian Naval Man-
oeuveis.
The Trampg Gratitude -Drama.
LWAYS
atest styles, flrw  class    work-
ip,  and  entire   satisfaction   }*y
ALVIN
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becoming to you, you had better
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be coming to us.
American Styles���All Shapes
Prices One-fifty up to Five Dollars
AS MillsStCo^
r       Smart Apparel ;
>for the Younger Men I6to60. i\
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
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CSTIMATCS and DESIGNS f URNlSHtd K
THE DEMANDS OF THE
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CHI's    Love
Cotnedy.
Affair-
Light on the Way���Drama.
Animated Weekly.
Contents of Weekly���Hoa.llnl,
the HandkufT King, leaps Into
the river at Xew York and em-
e.ges unshackled.
Easter Parades, Fiddling
Bob's Burial, Mississippi Floods,
The Big Eaater Egg Hunt, Twc
Ways to warfl. Young's Pier in
Ruins.- ,.
Paris Fashion*.
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Best and
Theatre in
cool.
Most    Comfortable
the City���Airy and
TWO   SHOW8   NIGHTLY
Beginning at 7:30.
Admission 10c
Supplied in all lines of wearing apparel. We
can help you keep cool and still be dressed in
the most fashionable Clothing, Hats or 'Finishings. mg��
noes
For all kinds of wear, hard or soft Felts> "all!���'���
colors; Straw Sailors, roll rim strajy or genuine Panama. *<
$1.25 to $15.00
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Arrow Shirts
All new patterns; fit, color and wear guaran*
teed.
$1.25 to $3UOO
Special lines of Soft Shirts, turn-back
with collar attached or separate, ,.,*
$1.00to$4.50
mm
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Summer Underwear
Two-piece garments, in medium, light and porous -
knit weight^ short sleeve and leg or no sleeves, ea.
SOc to $2*50
Combinations, full length, short or no sleeves, each
$1.23 to $5.00
Bathing Suits
You will enjoy the salt sea in one of these two-
piece or one-piece with skirt       SOc to $3
New Socks, Ties and Soft Collars of which we Court Inspection
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THE BUTCHER-BUD.
Up to Date Stationery.
For short notes, invitations nnd tbe
like small note size paper, which mens-
ures six inches by four and one-quarter Inches or thereabouts, Is used. Kor
letters the sheet is more nearly square,
approximately Ave and a half Inches
wide by six aud a half long. Both
are folded once and slipped into cn
relopes that exactly tit.
Foreign correspondence makes the
only exception to tills rule, nnd for
letters to be sent abroad a thinner,
lighter paper Is the preferred one. The
verj latest novelty In envelopes of this
thin, satin finished paper displays a
liuliifi of one of tbe new fashionable
colors-purple, gray, red or blue.
The llniug Is not more than tissue
weight, yet the color renders lt opaque,
and It Is possible to send a letter of
generous length without excessive
liostnt:e. while at the same time its
contents are protected from curious
eyes.
The engraved  monogram, initial or
address nt the lop of tlie sheet In tbe
center   Is   always   In   good   taste,   or, j birds.    During the past season  I  no-
if desired, the address may be used ln ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ks Preys Upon the Smill Fry of the
Canadian WocJs. ���
* Once yoa see ami recognize a shrike,
Vjix will never forget him, says Mark
Robinson in a recent article in Toronto Saturday Nicht. He la light grey in
color, with dusky wings anil tail
marked with white. Tliere are also
some dusky markings about tlie head,
In size and build lie suggests the
blue jay. The shrike is heavy in
flight as a rule, but when in pursuit
of prey, he appears to move with
much more sp��ed than most hi ids.
The song of the shrike suggests m
many ways tliat of tlie "whiskey-
jack." But it is much more harsh and
grating.
Among birds the shrike is a bandit
and a murderer, though his disguise
is a very innocent and inconspicuous
one. Tlie upp#* bill is slightly hooked and very powerful, ami tlie shrike
possesses strength enough to drive it
into tho brain of the unfortunate birds
it captures. The legs are very strong,
and have Jong toTS, iirmoil with long
curved claws, in which they carry
their prey.
I first saw the shrike some years ago
rear the old Bulmer farm, east of
fitnyner town. It was in the month
of June, and I liave noticed them
there at that season ever since. They
would seem to have a breeding-place
near by. While they are a somewhat
rare bird, they are seen more frequently in the late autumn, hoverlnrf
over stubble fields and turnip patches,
as thev come from tlie north following    the    migration    of   tlie   smaller
combination with tbe Initial or monogram. In the latter case tbe address
may either be placed below tbe Initials
or in the center with the monogram or
the Initials occupyiug a space to tbe
left.
Simple script letters from half to
three-quarters of nu Inch lu height.
Intertwined, afford u pretty ell eet and
are In excellent taste, says McCall's
Magazine. Blocked letters nre combined in many attractive ways, and just
now there Is a marked preference for
long, narrow monograms, whether
used alone or In combination wltb the
address. Small letters are often inclosed in a little frame of medallion
(style, but these are mostly preferred
by young girls.
Dull blue and dull red inks for printing monograms and addresses are favorites, gray is liked by many, and
tan is always effective on n white
ground, while both silver and gold are
In good style. Bright colors und startling effects are always to be avoided,
but there all rule ends.
tired a pair nesting in Minesing, a
pair in my father's garden at Eden-
vale, nml a pair near the old haunts
at the Bulmi-r farm. I believ? the
shrike is becoming more plentiful
throughout the Nottawasaga Valley.
Some years ago Mr. James Rupert,
of Edenvale, called my attention to a
bird which he described as a sparrow-
hawk, and whicli was clearing his
bams of English sparrows. I visited
his place and found thnt it was
shrikes which were doing this work.
They made their raids early in tlie
morning, and again shortly hefore
dusk at evening. We never saw the
shrikes approaching the barns. The
first sight we would get of them would
be dashing through a loft-door. The
sparrows would fly about in confusion,
plunging into the sides of the straw
mow in their endeavor to escape from
the shrike. Tli3 shrikes would follow
them, and a hari struggle would always ensue, for the English sparrow
dies hard, and many an old cock-
sparrow saved his life and won his
liberty by sheer pluck, in a fight
where tlie odds were heavily against
him. Tiie younger birds, however,
fell  easy   victims,   and   were   carried
DITTIES SAILORS LOVE
SENTIMENTAL   BALLAD   PLEASES
THEM  BEST.
Owners of country bouses and of I awav t(; the woofia a;org Ute ,.,ver
boats lar^e enough to serre as tem- 'Almost every autumn since then a
porary homes frequently use the name / pair of shrikes have vjsited. those
as   well  ns   tbe  general   address���as. .1 barns.
"Tbe Cedars," followed  b.v  (be name I    On another occasion. late in Xovent-
of the town.   Every yacht club hns Its ' her.   I   noticed   a   large  flock   cf  red
own flag, and often this is used, io- FgoUe  feedia?   in  Some  scrub  cedars.
Ketber wltb the owner's private signal. I Suddenly they Hew about in great c into   the   left   bund   corner,   while   ibe!���810"-  nw]-   a!t '    circling    a  smil!
bunch   of   willows   a   few   times,   de-
name of the boat or the owner's inouo-
gram occupies the center of the page.
Telephone numbers are important
���when living out of town, and often the
center of the sheet shows tlie address,
while diagonally across tlie left hau I
comer nre printed the telephone call
and number, the same sijle uf letter
being used for both.
Calling Obligations.
Even though she is not a society but-
tertly  every   woman   who  desires  to
bave a circle of friends or acquaintances must make certain stated calls.
Not to mnke tliem  is to show carelessness and litck-of good breeding,
i  1'ou shouid have a list of your call-
lug acquaintances and manage lo go to
see (hem nt least twice n yenr.
\  A call r.fter having been entertained
at dinner or luncheon or nt an evening
entertainment Is necessary, us Is also
tbe call of congratulation utter a mnr
riage or birth.
Those who hnve had a sorrow should
be called  upon,    ln  tbe bome  where
parted to lhe neighboring woods. 1
weil to find the cnuse of the distarb-
anc \ and saw n red-poll hanging b.v
the nek in n forked branch of the
willow. The stain at the base of the
head sin wc 1 it to Le the vrtirk df a
shrike, which wh- hovering close bv.
The shrike must have some deadly
enemies, pri-hab'.y amon?-thc hawks
and <��ls. It- !���!������ -.ding'habits would
indicate a rr id increase, and vet t'ley
are one of the rarest of our birds.
They feed upon fro.'s, new'.8 and small
rodents, ns well as birds, and it may
v: 11 lie that tliey often fall victims
to weasels  while hunting for prey.
A  Min-less Land.
Ore hundred years ago, Canada was
���1   man less   land.     There  were   a   tew
settlers-   in    Nova    Scotia   and   New
Brur.swi !;. in Quehoc and O.itario (lo
use modern names), and they were a
few  Ked   Indians  and  iur-traders   in
the West.    Hut what impression could
even   h   million   people   make   on   a
stretch   of  territory  which  is  almost
the size of Europe?
there  is   illness   vou  should  call   and i    Tilat this is a true statement of the
make Inquiry us to tbe condition of the j !1k'" ^itviation is amply MOW d by the
DnHent : 1:'"1 ,r-v ,lf the >'ears "h"7'1 have e-i'.**-
n.,     ' .      , , ,, ed.    That   million   people  has  grown
The newcomer in  tbe  neighborhood | {q ,. m     f^   a,'d  't,ie  ,������������>.   ,���
Should  be culled upon, us should  also i,^  |argoiy  matile-.s.    Hritish  Cnlinn-
the Stronger who has been Introduced I ;,;��� has'twenty million acres of grain
I land,  of  which  only  an  infinitesimal
j fraction  is  surveyed.    Ontario has  a
' May belt" stowed awiiy in its north-
!   in vastness which has an equal acre
I ng" and in  wliich there nre not yet a
thousand   farmers.   Every   otlier   pro-
I viiii-e is iii much the same condition,
Compare   this   country   with   Great
Britain.   Canada has thirty one time-
' as   much    territory    as    the   United
| . ingdom,   If tliere wer.- as many peo
pie to the square mile here a* there.
Canada would lune  a population  n!
rn- re than a billion.   To-day. Canada
has eight millions' or less.
Give every man a thousand acres,
and there would hi two million landowners in Canada, which would nieAn
a population of from fiiteen to twenty
million, Give every man a hundred
acres and there would bo twenty-four
million land-owners and a population
of fifty million Is not then Canada a
man-less land!-��� Canadian Courier,
to you by u friend.
A tirst call should be returned Within
u week or nt least within a fortnight.
Any of the other calls mentioned
ubuuld be mnde promptly.
Cultivate Kindness.
Kindness is a quality wliich every
pirl ought to cultivate. No mutter bow
pretty nud fn sel tui ting womnn may be.
��Ile ls of little account unless she has a
good nature ns well.
So many lives lmve been marred by
unklndm-*?. so many hearts wounded
by sharp words or hitter retorts. Much
as we may regret tl hard word we have
spoken, it Is out of our power to recall
it, and all we can do la to try to efface
thc memory of It by a softer phrase.
Even then tbe wound may remain un
healed, 'ihe great duty of life Is to lie
charitable nnd kind in both word and
action. Remember tbnt "kind words
sre the music of the world."    ,
They bnve a power which seems to
be beyond natural causes.  Life Is short t
We should make baste to gladden the !
world nil we can by bumnn sympathy
���nd love.
Birth Announcements.
The correct announcement enrd
wbich Is sent ont to Intimate friends
within twenty-fdftr hours nfter baby's
arrival Is a beveled edged six Inch
square of highly glazed cardboijrd
bearing on tts upper right band corner
the Idealized bead of nn Infunt. wblle
running downward along tbe left up
right side nre three dotted lines preceded by the inline, date of blrtb and
signature In blue lettering If tbe recent
nrrival Is a boy and In pink for a girl
Canadi Loces Good Man.
Among the notable but least men-
1 .oiled passenger who perished in the
Titanic disaster was E. J. Sjostedt,
a native of Sweden, who for several
years lia> been enuaged in geological
and miir ralogical work in Canada,
principally in the copper hearing district of the north shore of Lake Su-
perior. Some months ago he made up
his mind to visit his native country,
und the Department of Mines deemed
it advisable to accredit him as it* representative to make investigations
into the treatment of copper ores in
Norway nnd Sweden. He was ori the
return trip when lie met death on the
White  Star   liner.
Wh*re Efcs Are Costly.
Ranchers   .in   the    Hulkley   v.illev
Tbe card Is sljgned by whoever sends ' were gelling their eggs this sprirg at
���ut tbe announcement. J1-50 a dozen.
The Mawkish Type of Sar.s Are Mosl
Popuhr With Seafaring Men, Siys
Frank T. Bullen, In Spits of Their
Personal Behavior ��� Music Hall
Son?; Come Next anc Real Sea-
Songs Last.
On Lie topic of sailors' chanteys
I can certainly claim to lie an authority on the most substantial ground-,
since, during the twelve years or so
which 1 spent in a ship's forecastle as
a sailor, 1 always achieved a certain
grade of popularity as a singer, ami
u* a player upon that handy bul
much-derided instrument, the German concertina, says Erank T. Bullen,
the English writer of sea tales.
With this egotistical prelude I
would say, then, that the sailor loved
hest what our present up-to-date writers would call the mawkishly sentimental song, of which "Mother Kissed Me in My Dreams" and "Father.
Dear Father. Come Homo With Me
Now" are good examples. Indeed, nil
songs of sentiment always met with
tremendous approval, the mere pronounced in proportion as the sentiment was pure and elevating.
I confess this i.lways seo -ied strangn
to me, considering the usual topics of
conversation among my shipmate!
and the language in which they invariably expressed their ideas. Hut
s ich are the facts; the mystery remains as great t>8 ever. To see a ship's
company of bard-bitten men, who apparently thought in foul language, and
whose conversation invariably gravitated in one direction���towards the
sewer���sitting silent with working features aid glistening eyes, listening to
8 small boy warbling ditties in iraise
nl home and mother and the domestic
virtues, has been a very frequent experience with me, and one thut deties
| explanation.
Next in point of popularity I should
pluce the banal music-hall song. Oue
id tlie most utterly stupid in words
and wretched in tune that ever 1
remember was called "TJic Marble
Arch." To a generation enjoying-the
felicity of never liaving heard it I
will say that "Vip-i-addyi-ay" is a
prize lyric compared wit.i it; words
cannot express its badness, yet i." .1
man knew it and could sing it, it was
an asset of greut value in a ship's
forecast!:, or in a sing-song parlor���
cr, rather, tap-mom ��� where sailors
C(...gregated when ashore. \
4Such ditties seemed to have an
over/lowering fascination for sailors,
which was the more strange because.
owing to the mixed nature of our
crews, we had representatives of t'ie
most musical nations on earth apiong
us. Hut they could not sing- in English, arid amid our polyglot crowds
that was the only medium of communication common to us'all.
Eat what about sea-songs? I hear
someone say. Truth?.compels me t"
say that in all tny experience 1 never
once head a sea-song such as "Tom
Dowling" or "The Anchor Weighed"
Bung in a ship's forecastle, except by
myself, and then wjth far less applause than I should' have received
for "All Among the Hay" or "My
Lancashire Lass."
I do not wonder at the modern sen-
song being tabooed, such as "Larboard Watch, Ahoy!" or "Anchored,"
since your sailor is far t^o keen a
critic of words to allow the rubbish
that passes muster as sailor talk in
Euch songs to go down with him. He
doesn't like being told that he'll soon
be coming back sinking, "Hilly, haul-
ly, ho," because he knows that he
never did, never could, and never
would do suoh a thing, art/ more than
he would "hoist his slacks" or ",-liiv-
er his timbers," being a sailor, and
{ot a pretty girl on a music hall
at ace.
Patriotic soi gs? Well, y.-s. in mod
cratton; but 1 am afraid you will nol
find much patriotism in a ship's forecastle. Theie isn't room for iL Neither can you look for patrh tisU), hope-
fully, amidst a body of, say, a dozen
men belonging to six differing nationalities
Here is where the Germans score
over us so heavily in seafaring matters. The spirit of the Fatherland
is in all their vessels, from the Yon
der Tann or Amerika down to the
smallest coaster. Officers and crew
aro (iciinans; nona others ure dig-
ihi.1, except in a very few special
enso.-, mid then only in small ship-.
l'atrlotic songs there arc hut- Ire-
qiieiit than an.' others, and do a very
great deal towards keeping the Haul*
of   patriotism   burning   high,
Hiving never been in a modern
lii.ff's forerostle. I cannot siy any
thing either of the songs surty (I lent
tli<-y nr'.- few) or the conversations
cultied till tliere; but this I do know,
that occasionally a performance ior
the ainu-eiiieiit of the passengers is
givsn by members of the crew. Tlie-e
are invariably men \A the steward-'
staff. a:.d many of them nre perform r.-
ot quite culticient merit to give tliem
}>:*ch�� up.iii a music hall stai:e. Hut
",i.*y would be the last persons til,
earth or sea to claim the title nl
lail'ts. They are seafarers hy accident, but their duties are tliose ol u
gieat hotel raised to a higher power
ty reason of tlieir being cui ried on
at sou, and efficiently S", iti spite ol
the gr��'Ht handicap of the weather.
I pass by the sud fact���at least, it
seems so to mo���that modern seafaring hns displaced the "chanty" by
Uld Utile of the steam-winch or the
Li^s of ths hydraulic crane. I will
uot fnlnrge upon the publication of
bonk* if chanties and their tunes���
shici. '. i ;ne. a chanty man from my
youth ii,i to mature manhood, bear
to i-dnti n to thc real thing���hut puss
al inc.* ! i those ancient lovely songs
of tie ��.^a whicli gre really too good
to (lie.
^Anything tnori delightful than the
o' I, old "Farewell and Adieu to You,
a',*/',: i-h l.udias," I cannot imagine.
t> ����� CkptUri or windlass chanty it is
UiappToaciiable, and its wailing minor
'.as the very voice of the hungry
Ch��u A in it for all who will hear.
Passed the Third Degree.
When he was a member of the
House of Commons, no one was more
fond of referring contemptuously tu
the "old ladies of the Senate" than
Rufus Pope. Despite the fact that he
was one of the principal insurgents
acainst Uie leadership of Mr. Borden
while the Conservative party was in
the cold shades of Opposition, the
new Premier heaped coals of lire upon tlie head of his "quondam follower hy making him a member of
tl , Senate to succeed the late Sena or
Raker Pope went into the Senate hll-
ed with all kinds of ideas respecting
the reform of the Upper Chamber.
He was going to make them sit up
ad take notice. The days went by.
however, and the innocent ones who
��� lieved in the professions of prac-
feiTpoliticians looked da, y or the
p.ne bomb to burst and shatter tho
gloom of the red chamber. Nothing
happened, however, until one day
Senator Tom Davis from Prince AI-
fcrT found the "would-be reformer'
fn-\ nsleeu in his chair while Sir
fehard Cartwright was fulminating
against protection. Davis shook hll...
und grasping his hand said:
^"We&.Vrus. old "'an. Now I
know that you are really a fcenatorl
���Saturday Night.	
Bristol to Participate.
Tliere is now every probability that
the City of Bristol. Eng., will be re-
presented at the dedication in August
rext of the Halifax Memorial Tower.
commemorating the Hist grnnt of self-
go -ruing powers to a Uriti.l, colony
namely.  Nova  Scotia.    It is  sta*.!,
Subscribers
>vho do not receive   The News before
i a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
md make complaint. Only in this way
nay an efficient delivery be maintained.
also,   says
h.so    am,*   a   Canadian   official   Com-
mun.que, that the City Council are
considering a suggestion that a bronze
tablet should be sent f:om P.nstol
to be placed in the Tow��f. A proposal that the tablet should ^representative of the departure of the Ca-
Lots from Bristol on their first voy-
age of discovery in M97, ns depicted
in Mr Board's picture at the Art
Gallery, was thought to be a very
happy one. and it is understood that
the Lord Mayor will take action with
, ti at object in view. The Royal Co-
1 ,nial Institute, the ports of Liverpool and Glasgow and the city of
Edinburgh are being invited to sen<?
representatives to the opening eon-
meny, which will be presided over
by the Duke of Connaught.
Immigration  Doubles.
Immigration from the United States
through" the  port of  Emerson,  Man.,
for March, shows an increase of ont
I hundred   per   cent    over   the   same
' month a year ago, according tc Com*
; missioner of Immigration Bruce Walker.   The value of effects of American
settlers passing through North Portal.
Sask., during March totalled ?9.000.-
(MO. -~
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
Th*       ^t********m
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
ln Cuba throughout the Island-'
aleo ln Porto Klco, Bahamas
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad
New York and London,, Eng   '
Drafts Issued without deiav
on all tbe ptluelpal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford everv
banklna facility. '
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
ca?dTsand Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Davies' Cafe
Serve the best coffee and new laid
eggs for breakfast. Lunches put up.
Corner  Columbia  and   Eighth  Street.
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Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRD8T      BLOCK
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NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specliications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business IctteiB, etc; circulai
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Hroten, Room i, Merchant lliank Bldg.    Phone 715.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly td
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���THAW OftPOl
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER. B.C
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...915,413,000.00
RESERVE   $15,000,000.0��
Branches throughout Canada wid
Newfoundland, ana tn London, England, New York, ChWago and Spokane.
U.S.A., and Mexico Ctty. A general
baaklug business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
;orrespondents In aU parte ot the
world.
Saving! Bank Derailment���Deposit*
���ec��lved ln sums of fl and upward,
sud Inters J allowci at 8 par cent, per
snnum ipreseat mttl.
Total  Assets over 5186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
D. D. BHTMNEit. Manager.
W WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no bot air to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDKlt OF MOOSE. NO
854���Meets ln K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Die
tator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secietary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
Tho regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F.. is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock tn Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethero
cordially tnvlted. H. W. Harrison
N. G.; C. D. Dry son, V. G.; .fame*
Ferguson, P. G., recording seere ]
tary; U. B. Purdy, financial seere '
tary. - j
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN UitAHA.vi, AilDiTJU AND Accountant. P. O. Hox 784. Phone lWIfi.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Z',% Sixth Avenue. Phone 587
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C
ft
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Dominion Day
Round trip tickets for one and one-
third fate oa sale June 28ih to July
lst, good to return until ���uly 4.
WEEK END TICKETS
On sale every Fiiday, Saturday and
Sunday. Single fare for the round
lr'p. ,   ,
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New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, G P.A., Vancouver
���I. J. A. KURNBTT,
Accountant. Tel.
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PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, so.icito.s, etc. Offices, Room.
('. and 7 M.lls block, Columbia street
Cable Adiress- "Stonack." Code
Western I'nion. Telephone, 107o
Adam Smith Johnston and Franl
Alexander Jackson.
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law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl;
aud McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
'. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTEh
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbii
street   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
VAtitE. WHEALLER, McQI'AHUIE I
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 aud I
Oulchon block corner Columbia ani
McKsdzIp streets; Vancouver at
flees, Williams bulldlna. 41 Graii
vllle stieet. F. C Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler. W. O McQuarrie. Q. F
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, as follows'
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the Cilrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service.
j   VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. in., 2 p. in. and ll:48a
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. in. and 11 p. m.
i.cavcH 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.
Leaves   A'ancouver   eve.ry Wednes-
lay at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
o ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatmlnster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Whiteside  &  edmonds���Ba-ris-
ters and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Umteside, ll. L. i-.'iinoiids.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit i.nd workmanship guaranteed.
Second Hand Store
Mcdonald & smith.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
60 McInncH Street. Phone 100*.
REMOVAL NOTICE    '
D. V. Lewthwaite:
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop 611 Victoria Street.
(Over Dally News.)
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
��
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R lit. Office: Princess St
The Cofitinuousl
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
�� ���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 POR PERMANENT
BU8INESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF   CONTINUOUS    GROWTH
mm
ANO     SATISFACTORY    SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,800,000
REST 15,600,000
NEW WE8TMIN8TER,   fe, C
���RANCH
J. ORACEY, MANAGER. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN,
The British Columbia Thoroughbred Association Announces
Its Initial Day For the Summer Season of Racing at
Races Start Promptly at
2 P. M.
PARK
29
Races Start Promptly at
2 P. ML
The B. C. Electric Company will run commodious trams over their newly constructed double track system to the course.
Trams leaves Granville station, Vancouver, at 12.30 p. m., 1 o'clock and 1.30, and
a Special of three cars will be held in readiness to run at 2 p. m.
Westminster Station B. C. Electric leaves daily at 1 p. m.
More than 400 of the Greatest Horses in America to
6 RUNNING  C
EVENTS     U
Participate in a Program
including:
4
HARNESS
I
ADMISSION, Including Round Trip Tram Tickets, $1.25
MUSIC AND MISERY.
Ills, Achee and Paine With Whieh Per.
formers Have te Contend.
Pianist's cramp Is dsore painrui than
writer's cramp and Is tbe bane of all
I virtuosos. It la caused by tbe constant
contraction and expansion ot tbe muscles controlling tbe Angers. It becomes
.chronic wben not guarded against, and
many a promising virtuoso's career has
[t>een blighted Id this way.  Tbe only
remedy la to rest tbe overtaxed muscles and then work tbem up gradually
to meet tbe strain of constant playing.
|   All concert pianists .are subject to
���pllt flnger tip*.  Tbe coustaot stroke
of tbe balls of tbe Angers on tbe bard
Ivory makes tbe flesh so delicate and
tender that frequently playing becomes
���cute agony.
Violinists suffer a great deal of physical inconvenience. Most of us bave
an idea that tbe violin ls held against
the neck and shoulder by tbe player's
left band, wbicb grasps tbe arm of tbe
instrument All great violin teachers
Insist tbat tbe left band be left entirely free, and to achieve tbls tbe violin is actually beld by tbe player's
chin. Id this attitude bis bead Is beld
is a distorted position, and this, working against tbe elevation of tbe left
arm and shoulder, causes compression
of the heart and lungs and curvature
of tbe spine.
Performers on wind instruments suffer mauy Inconveniences, and ln some
instances tbeir work leads to permanent physical disability. Bulbar paralogia from continued use of tbe tongue
and lips Is an ever present danger.
Doctors bave a fearsome nsme for tbe
commonest result ot wlud playing, in
plain language It Is overdlstentioo of
tbe lungs. Tbls stretching of tbe lungs
from constantly heuty inflation leads
to engorgement of the blood in the
right cavities of the heart, and this
produces dilation of tbe heart and hy-
"pertropby.
Mental peculiarities of oboe plavfers
are traditional In the orchestral world*
in spite or tbe fact tbat most oboe
players are normal. Bome explain tbat
tbe oboe player Is mentally affected by
tbe fact that he Is forced to blow
through an exceedingly email aperture
| end the expiration Is unusually pro- I
longed. Others Insist tbat the peculiar- I
ly melancholy quality of the tone produced aud iho Invariable character of
tbe music written for tbe oboe are responsible for any peculiarities displayed hy Its executants.
After this some whst grewsome recital It Is cheering to know that one
instrument at least can be counted oa
to bring health and longevity to those
who practice It. This Is the flute. Doctors recom mend it for incipient consumptives, as tbe operation of playing
the instrument Involves tbe precise
motion of the lungs of most beneflt tb
the consumptive���that Is. full Inspiration, not too full or strained, followed
by slow and gentle delivery of the
breath.-John  Wurrea ln  Washington
Star.
i
| Simplify Your Home Grounds.
- Don't Inclose your property with
hedge*. Irregular borders of trees and
shrubs are better. Hedges cut up a
landscape and ruin It wltb tbeir bard,
���rtlflcial lines. Borders harmonise
with tbe environment, bave variety
and give Interest tbe year round.
Don't bisect your lawn wltb a drive
or avenue.
Don't set trees and shrubs In
straight lines except wbere absolutely
necessary, as on streets; group tbem.
Don't make a circle In tbe lawn
around every shrub. Plant bushes In
borders or beds.
Don't trim every bush Into,a ball,
tube or pyramid. Allow trees and
shrubs to assume aatural forms.���
Country Life in America.
NEW     WESTMINSTER     MAIL
Arrival: ,
10:60���Vancouver via G
Nearly Shot by Proxy.
In 1802 M. Clemenceau served two
months' Imprisonment for shouting
"Vive la llepublliiuel" nnd In 1871 he
was very nearly shot by proxy. He returned to Paris from a provincial
apeeclimaklng tour on the day on
which Thiers und the Versaillnts succeeded In enterliiK tlie city. Blood wns
up. and bis enemies were looking for
hlm. A young Brazilian who resembled
him was arreared In mistake for hlm
and conducted io l.a IVItnlere to he
executed. Happily, however, be shouted for ihe Ki-ii'/.ilii n consul, and lhe
Brazilian consul turned up in time tu
rescue hlm.
LET US SHOW YOU
Highland Home
The Newest and Best .*ubdivi��ion
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Telephone 245
CURTIS BLOCK, 651 COLUMB   IA STREET.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 777.
Closing
N.  R.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ 23:00
11:45���Burnaby Lake   an.l   Vancouver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
':40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally axcept Sunday) .11 :U
i2:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .16:0C
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally axcept Sunday).20:3C
0:3(1���Barnston islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaven
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. te. R.
(dail:/  except  Sunday).ll.lt
10:60���Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except .Sunday). 11:1:
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)        Uiot,
18:00���Edmonds    (dally    except
Sunday)   ..1(5:0P
18:10��� Ahhotsford. Upper Sumas.
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday) 23:00
5:16--Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daliy except
Hunday)    .... 9:4f
b: 16-Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuea-
di , Thursday and Sat-
uraay   9:4f
6:15- United States via Q. N. R.
idaily excent Sunday)..16:00
9:2C���ill points ea��t and Europe   (dally)   . .    7:4E
22:10���AH points east and Europe (dally)   14:1E
9:26���f apperton and Fraser
Ml'ls dally except
Sunday)    7:46
19:30���Sapperton nnd Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)    14:16
9:26���Coquitlam  (datly    exoept
Sunday) 7:46
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday) 11.15
i0:00���Ladner, Porl Gulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
13:00���East Burnaby (dally exoept Sunday)   .13:00
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)   13:80
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday). 14:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday) 14:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via a N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:10
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.   (dally except Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Bat-
day       14:00
7-.30���United States via Q. N. R.
(dally axcept Sunday) .. ���.46
11:20���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter.   Shortreed,   Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster,       Clover
Valley,   Coghlan.   Sardis,    Sperling   Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner,    Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. ^daily except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hilt via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday  9:00
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
exoept Snnday) 17:80
?0:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.-      .
(dally except Sunday 1.17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista    23:y00
Typewriters
GOOD AS NEW
Empire and
Smith Premier
Typewriters FOR SALE at
a Sacrifice. Enquire at the
Westminster Daily News.
E. H. BUCKUN, N. BKARD8L.KR,       W. F. K. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.       Vice-President. Oae. vxd Treas.
SMALL-BUCK1IN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.      ,
Manufacturers  and Wholesale Dealera In
Hr, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonss Na  7 and S77.   Shingles, Sasn. Doors.   Mouldinga Etc
Dominion Day Excursion
The B. C. E, Ry. Co. offers SPECIAL
REDUCED RATE of
A FARE AND ONE THIRD
to all stations on this popular line.   . ���* "     r*
This affords an excellent chance tor picnic parties, etc., to spend
an enjoyable day out in the Fraser Valley.
Tickets on sale from June 29th to J-iriy lst, good for return passage until July 4.
Trains leave depot, Columbia street, at 9:30, 13:20, 18:10, stopping
at all stations.   Huntingdon train leaves at 16:05.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
TRANSPORTATION  DEPARTMENT.
ri
IMI
l
D. McA��i!ay
ARCHITECT
Toi. 761. Car. 6th and Columbia
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90, Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
W. R. OILLEY, Phono 122. CUE. OILLEY, Phone 281.
Phonee, Office IS and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
i
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
OEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
PIRE 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.
 1  in  i i'    11    i r ii. ,if i
I
Now is'the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low ���T
*m**)**t*m*mi* "�� ���
�����...,-"���"'""
PAGE EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1912.
MOCKS
ALL SIZES and
ALL PRICES   <
$2,50 to $6.00
AND
Wire Hammocks at
ii}!U6$3.00
���SOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B.&M. FISH
Fresh Spring Salmon. ..'.2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Halibut (half or whole), Bb. ..ic
Fresh Ood I half or whole*, i*r lb.. .8r
Freeh' fin ring'. 4 fts. for 25c
Fresh.Smeitf 3 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Sturgeon, jer lh. ..- 15c
537 Frtnrt St   -   Phone 301
UD
YOU CANT BE IX TO)D "MUCH OF
.\ HURRVjTQ.TAKK MEASURES TO
PROT^>fc,;XOUHSELF AGAIXST
LOSS' THROUGH MRE OR ACCIDENT. IT 13 THE PA2OT OF WIS-
DOM T0-LE+ US VTKIIPE YOU A
P0Ud#|^fcpifeT FSR.E IN YOUR
HOME OR.' i FACTORY., .AND ANOTHER AGAJNST DEATH TO YOUR
HORSES^THINK ITuOVER.
City News
Alfred W. McLeod
mzmsuRAnm
C57 Columbia St.,
Phone  SS. New   Weetmlneter.
We Have
A NEW STOCK OF
Bathing Caps
from 25c to $1.50 eada.
Water Wings
at 35 cents each.
TRY OUR
Milk and Roses
for Sunburn.
-
ARSENATE LEAD
for tree spray,   in any
quantity.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOODS
SPECTACLE8
SEEDS'1
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;   Ret  72.
New     Wntmlmtrr      B    C.
Bathing Caps,
Waterwings,
and all Seaside
isites at
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Four doors East of Bank of
Montreal.
New Westminster,  D.  C.
  in i fi��iiim    ���**************���
The telephones of the Westminster
Dally News now are:
Editorial Office ..' 991
Business Office   999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
Mrs. H. F. Castleman of 717 Seventh avenue, wl'.1! not receive thlsr afternoon, nor again until fall.
Rve bread���like your mother use.'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone & 281. *v
Ulackiberries and red currants from
the .fertile farms wf the Fraaer, ure
rapidly ripening, and a.e expected on
the city markel today.
��� Trimmed Hats, regular .price, $5.00
to $16.00, on salt, Frfday arid Saturday,  $3.95.    Mrs. Agret, 59 Sixth st.
Mrs. R. C. McDonald and her son,
Mr. L. MoDoroakl, leave today for
Ka;nlonps, where fliey will reside for
a year for tht iber.eflt of Mr. McDonald's health.
Mr. Adam S. Johnson Wiil mane a
Fyin'g trip t�� K imloo^ps alt the l>e.','in-
nl-.g of the week .for the purpose ot
attending the county court of Yale,
being held at that place.
The Columbia Piano and Music
House, 522 Columbia street, Is head-
nnarters for Victor Uramaplwraes and
Records.
A gruesome flnd was made ln
Woodward's alough, near Steveston.
on Wednesday, th�� bodyof an elderly
man   being  Uken ifrom  t'.ie  water,  lt
was   despatched   to     Vancouver     for
identification.
High grade, medium price an.l all
.r.ides of i lanos and player pianos,
low prices, easy payments at the Columbia Piano and Music House, 522
Columbia street.
It does not -pay to argue the point
with the chief of police. A revsler,
on being ejected frmm the Colonial
Hotel last evening, refused to 'behave
himself aad depart. Result, a night
in the cells.
Cortamplated improvement to the
harlior has 'been tue cause of many
Vancouver investor* visiting the city
within the past few 'days. Darge
transfers of property are pending as
a result.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property; lowest current rate. National 'Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. **
Mr, A. Cirrie took out a pennri! at the
office of th* building Inspector yesterday 'altera nor. fox a flue residence on
Seventh avenue. The amount was
91ZW..
It h* Humored in Westminster real
estate elides that several large 'brok-
orts in Vancouver, are conte��o>yHa.Un��
opening iifflces In the Royal City. Dow
Fraaer und Convpany. a Hastings
street concern, arc said to be liMOllS
the cumber.
On page eight, right o- posit e, see
details ol tirae-quarter aire home-
sites ni Burnaby Lake, for sal>. There
is notuiiig eise on the market like
them, and we are ass ired that early
api iiuition must be ma e to secure
one. * *
The trial of Clifford Ke'.-r of this
elty was yestwday adjourned until
WclntaUay nest in order to allow Ms
wife, whom he is vtmrged with neg-
lec'.iwg, to provide for. to come here
from Seaittle. 'She ha<* no funds to
make the trip, but her friends rw.II see
that she arrlvea.
Not how cheap, but how good. Hear j
the great Cbickering    Bios.'    player-1
I pianos at the Columbia Piano House,
opposite City Hall.    Made and guaranteed hy the only living Chickenngs
| making [lanos, truly the wonder    of
I the ago.   We have other piano players
j as low as $450 ln price. **
The  Court    Weetmlneter   C.   O.  P.,
iheliJ a most enjoyai'iie social last tve-
nint,' ir. lh>- K. of P 'Mall, aibout 250
taking part. Brother C. H. Pearce of
Sh<'rt>roi>i<r-, Ontario, occupied the
���chair, music was furnished by Cameron's .Orchestra.
X"w  that  the  theatrical  season  Is
[.over, .Klrnifcht moving pictures will  lie
I the  rule  in  bhe  Opera   Home,      The
manajremei t  has Increased  the num-
iVr if reels from four to s'x, ar.d this
with   the   now   sign   lh it   has  been   put
uv ls expected to bring the paOpUe t'>
tht jinjujiar playhouse.
MONET TO LOAN on Residential
property; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 621
Columbia street. **
Mr. Frank A. Jackson and his bride
of a few oveeks, fonmerly Miai Mau I
Keedy Ot Spokane, came to Wcatmir.-
sti ������ yo terday morning a-ttt-x a delightful honeymoon of two weeks
���spent in the principal cities of tho
coast. Mr. Jackson, who Is a member
of the firm Cif Johr.-son and JaxJkson.
'awy, rs, ���CiIjinKa street, wl.l maKe
his heme In Westminster Irist-eal of
Vancouvi r, where he lived previous to
his marriage.
Queen's Avenue Me'Jhodist Chur<��i
Eun'day school Dominion Day picnlt,
to Blackie Spit. Tickets on sale at
Reid ti McDonald's Store. Also by
W. M. Chapman, care Legs Ltd., and
at platlonn ol, Monday morning.
Adults, (10 cents return; Intermedia,'.!
schol'ara only 25 centa return. Train
leaves O. N. 'R. station 9;20 Sharp,
1 uy lieketH early. ��� *
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. Rv A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member ot the Incorporated  Society
ot Musicians  (Kngland).
(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 R4H.
���      '      in .
BURNABY LAKE
" Take you your instruments f play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO! MANDOLIN and GUITAR
,  \ ���BY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
y
For terma, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Mus^c Houses.
Mountain View Ranch
Subdivided Into 34 Acre Homesites
YOU
ARE
SURE
Of LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
you buy Rubber Goods from our
store, as we never handle inferior gra.les !   ,
Hot Water Pottles, Syringes,
Ice Rags, Cloves. Sheeting,
r.andages or anything eUe sold
in Rubbey means first quality at
fair prices at
RYALL'
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
C15.5 ft.
8
A  JOM.Y   TIME,
Men's Class Moot anil   Sup   To^etlk-r
at \. -��. O. A.
The Men's lMlble Study class of the
Y. M. C. A. met last Tjght at a eon-
viviai snipper 'presided over by Mr. F.
P. Maxwell, flJid a very happy time
ensued. Tbe two minute talks too*
the hozt&fa flivt, under the srulldlnj
care of Ml*. Gray. t�� Malta, and later
to Stockholm, 'where the work <*t tht
V. M. Q.( X. and ihe internet taken
therein hy Pftisoe Uecnadotte **mm
ou Mined M&\ Mr. I^arwim.'
M3il6J;1�� jpfctractin^ a great ideal of
:iUen^U>ni"Jn ' t.he worTd "Of -poUltlc* today, and it U-tts m '~t lnt��re.stlnff to
he-.ir of Its KDeat harbor ef \'a!etta,(
cai>af)4ie of rfhrtlterirg a�� (w hole of the
British it^vy, ita nrmantic intsocla-
���tinne andothvr vlvtd wnrd pic;uri�� of
this huautif.ul key of lh* Mediter-
;rarean.
'Iht one-nthi.'.ite Epce-hwas a happy
innovation, an��l brouaW forth views
on suffragettes iinrl hoiAfle rklrta Mr.
G. I. SovoreiBTi gave sKime u>tfuJ
hints -am to lmproviiiunt 'hi the ciaaa;
Mr. H. Hv Hotaoii sp Ke of ita advantages, ar.d Mir. F. (). <"aWJiel<l was ae-
!Cordei�� a vote of thanks fwr his teaching1. '   2
It  was 'determined   to gr> right   on
with the daas whWh now kas a membership of 3.0, all tit Whom aire highly
���.r,-<H.mive. nf the (benefits tc be de-
rivad thesicfromi.
ONLY EIGHT BLOCKS
and NO MORE LIKE
THEM
Each and every Block is
absolutely cteared and in
first class cultivation, this
property having for some
years been producing early
fruit and vegetables, and
can be recommended as
the best residential site in
this favored locality, with
magnificent view of the
lake and the/ surrounding
mountains.
On Lot 1 there are a number
of, glasshouses.
On Lot 2 a substantial residence has been erected.
There is a good graded road to
each block.
Carline within a few minutes.
Plenty of water.
FOR PRICES AND TERMS APPLY
THE SETTLER'S ASSOCIATION Of B.C.
FOITRTH   AVE^iFK  OBJECTS.
Wish Pavement to Be Changed on Ac-
i count  of Volsr.
Rd.lder.ta along Fourth avenue are
Ijireparing a petition to be presented
to the city couhcil askln�� for a chanige
Of pavement from the ilaasam worn
to ibitulltbic. The present contract
eai.:�� for Hassoill paftay which the
residents atang the street coctlder
ivlnl result in the making of unnecessary no I ne.
They consider that Fourth avenue
ls and always will be a residential!
street, an'd for this reason, they believe that the civic offictalls should
take into consideration the fact that
traffic traversing the street ehould not
be at all noisy.
-SL
NO BOG LAND.
Island
On North Shore.
Church of England clergymen .-ii"
undertaking new  work  In  the  Ho'il.s-
btirn   nnd   Capllano   districts,    Xorth
Vancouver,     recently,   another     mli. |
sionary   having  ben  ulluled   to   tha.
local ity.
Mayor Lee says: "Queensborough and Lulu Island will benefit
great'y, for the foundatiton laid today will, I have good reason to believe, mean that Lulu lalar.d will become the national port of the
Pacific."
Tihe section of Lulu ela id rwlthin the City Limits affords the hest
field 'for investment offered to the public to doy. lt is Impossible to
realise the great development that will take place in thto section
of the city.
Prices .prevailing today a.'e oniy a fraction of what they will he
a00*- 1       ti   ,
1     * ala .' . *
We have Exclusive Listings of some
of the best properties in this section
-   -   -   SEE   -   -   -
Fa J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Fire, Lif;, Accident,  Employers'  Liability,    Automoblie
and Marine Insurance.
Do Not Waste Money
Sara a little systematically, for It la th* stuff that tha foua-
datlona or wealth and happlneas ar* built of.
Money may be uaed in twp waya; to   apand   for   what   la
���ceded now aud to Invest for what ahall ba needed in tha future.   Money cannot ba Invested until lt ta flrat saved.
PROTECT VOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000.000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. oEWAR, General Manager O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Haa BATHING, BOAT HOUSE itnd  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70   COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THI8  SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and Bell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel Just completed.
LOTS from (350 op, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.  Our Mr. Sands has aa
office on the property.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TQWMfilTE AGENTS.
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN  ^E���
Official Time Inspector for C P. R.-and B. C. Electric Railway.
Builders
Contractors
l*t us flgure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
cajrry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
gan erton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent Valley, B. C.
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