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JIJI, 3. 1912 '������*
VOLUME 7, NUMBER 121.
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PREMIER GUEST
OMORD^
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY. 27, 1912.
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JERYBODY BUSY
ll
Pays   Eloquent   Tribute   to
, T..R. H. Duke and Duchess of Connaught.
British and French Canadlana Carrying on Traditions of Empire���
Their Task.
London, July 26.���The Lord Mayor
yesterday had Premier Borden and
colleagues as luncheon guests at Mansion House. Mr. Borden, in replying
to tbe toast to his health, said:
When the Duke and Duchess of
Connaught returned to these shores
from Canada they would bring with
them the affection and esteem of the
Canadian people. The Duke had made
himself acquainted In every way witb
the great Dominion, and had given
evidence of his close association with
tbe Ideals and aspirations of the people.
Working Out Destiny.
Canadians were sometimes reproached a little for their intense belief In their country; they had such a
belief and they Intended to Justify It
as tar as it lay within them. They
desired Canada should work out Its
own destiny as one of the great nations of the empire. Those in Brita'n
could scarcely appreciate the vast
task which had been committed to
the Canadian people in the development of their territory. They had in
their possession not only a great territory, but enormous resources of the
most varied description.
Shoulder to Shoulder.
The British and French Canadians
were working harmoniously together
in the task of developing tho country.
The French were amongst the most
loyal subjects of the King. Aa one
who knew something of the Canadian
people he could say tbat tbe French
and English were not afraid of thetr
responsibility and not unwilling to accept the part which was their duty in
carrying on the traditions of the empire in that part of the world.
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IWtSTKTER
Sevon  Hundred Men Are Putting the
CtrcctB   In   Shape���Council's
Excellent Policy.
HALE BREED EACES
BURGLARY CHARGE]
Electa for Speedy Trial���Alleged
. . Have   Robbed.. Chinaman's
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to
Lawrence Thames, a halfbreed
Siwash. appeared before Hla Honor
Judge Howay yesterday morning on a
charge of burglary, and elected for
speedy trial. Hla case was adjourned
until August 19.
No evidence from either the prosecution or the defence was 'heard yesterday, and no plea was entered by |
the prisoner.
The allegation of burglary against
Thames ls laid by' Constable Stevens,
of the Burnaby police, who avers he
caught him red handed ln the act of
robbing the shack of a Chinaman
.ftgmed.Qit.Xnen (Jang, at East Burnaby.
Stevens declares that he waa walking along the road near the shack on
Wednesday night when he saw a dark
flgure come hurriedly out of the building and make a bee Una for the
woods. He gave chase and on capturing the man ls stated to have found
considerable goods and chattels belonging to the Chinese on hls person.
DREADNOUGHTS AS ���
CANADIAN SHARE ?
About 700 men drawing average
daily wages to the amount of 52000
for 5600 hours of work are at the
present time engaged in carrying out
the various civic improvement works
In progress in the city. These comprise the following departments:
Board of works, 300; Hassam Paving
company, Nickson <fc Co., 76; Bltulithic company, 126; Powers Construction company, 50. ln the case of the
Bitulithic company and the Powers
Construction company lt is certain
that the next two or three weeks will
see a largef*lnci-ease in the number of
men that they employ as they hold a
number of contracts as yet barely under way.
"Conditions for the workingman are
better today in Westminster than ever
before," remarked Alderman Dodd the
other day. "There is plenty of work
in sight and the policy ot local preference and discrimination against
Oriental labor, adopted by the board
of works has enabled the civic authorities to secure the most desirable
men possible for carrying out the
tremendous amount of street Improvements projected this year."
The policy briefly outlined by Alderman Kellington, chairman of the
board of Works, was first the employment whenever possible of Westminster residents; those with families
to support having the preference providing a question arose; second,
binding by an agreement all contractors and sub-contractors engaged In
city work to employ nothing but white
labor, secured in the city Is possible;
and, lastly, barring Asiatics and
Orientals from performing municipal
work.
"The city by-law, which provides
for an eight hour day only for all
city employees also applies to the
contractors, who must conform to its
provisions or lose their contracts.
"Westminster waa the .flrat' city In
British Colnmbia to inaugurate this
system ot protecting Canadian citizens," declared Alderman Kellington,
SpenWJjfe of the matter. ���'Tbla city !
wns alao the first to. adopt the $3.oo
wage Wltlcb Vancouvei- baa since been
obliged te adopt In order to satisfy
ber employees."
.Another. Innovation brought about
by the present council was the passing of a provision that municipal contractors when tendering for woik
should be called upon to use local
material whenever possible.
Contracts could not be sublet from
one contractor to the other without
the consent of the authorities, ae It
had been found ln the past that-verv
often tjiis practice had worked a hardship on the merchant who supplied
the materials.
LADNER MAN LOSES
... WATCHES AXD WAD.
Fight  with  Two   Indians���Police  Arrest One���Are Hunting the
Other.
In consequence of a mlxup which
he had with two halfbreeds last evening, Mr. William MacKay, a resident
of Ladner, is mourning the loss Ct
his poeketbook, fifty dollars, two gold
watches and various other smaller
articles of value. Incidentally one of
the braves who is alleged to have
rolled him, is languishing in the cells
at the police station, while the   other
NEED TO POSTER       i GOVERNOR GENERAL
WESTERN FINANCE
Capitalists   View   West, as   Mecca���
Profits Go to Build Eastern
Enterprises.
has pikod for parts unknown, taking | his company, a .Itaritoba grain flrm
AMERICAN BOXER
CAUGHT IN TOILS
Charged with Larceny at Bow Street
���Princess Robbed of $80,000
Jewels.
London Dally Mall Makea Forecast-
Representation for ail Overseas
Dominions.
London, July 26.���Hon. J. D. Hazen,
speaking e,t a dinner ln hla honor at
the Junior Constitutional Club, again
made reference to the naval negotiations. He aald the, placing of naval
defence.on a permanent basis as far
as the .Empire waa concerned, might
Involve further consultation' with the
Overseas Dominions aa well aa Canada, Wblle Canada wa* prepared tb
do ber part there wns a feeling that
now. tbe . dominions bad grown to
man's estate, somo, arrangements
would have to he made by which the
Overseas Dominions should have ,a
voice, and representation., He believed tbe position was. recognised In. this
��� country, and the people bf Canada regarded their position In the Empire in
Kipling's wprdp: "D,adght��r am I In
mv mother's. house, but mistress In
my own." (Cheers).    .
In Canada they, wished to set; up a
eommon establishment whloh would
be the strongest and the best fn every
way, which could" be found tn the
world,   and   one which  would have
(Continued on Page Four.)
with him the spoils of war.
Mr. MacKay and "Joe," one of the
two Indians concerned, came into the
city early ln the evening, and, It is
said, that after making a round ol
the wet goods emporiums the pair ran
across one of "Joe's" dark skinned
brothers named Campbell. A visit to
Campbell's house situated near the
Walsh Sash and Door factory, was
later on suggested.
MacKay assented to this proposal,
and the three started on their way
blithely. Near the factory Joe got
into an argument with MacKay and
blows were exchanged. Macj-Cay was
getting the worst of it, and so. It is
alleged that he picked up a piece of
mill edging and gracefully executed a
pas seul a la Genee, with, the accent
on Joe's ribs. Nothing daunted, the
red mpn came back and floored his
pale faced brother with wallops to
the face which knocked him insensible. When MacKay came to his
pockets had been rifled, and tbe
money and valuables mentioned above
had disappeared, j.
As soon as the police were Informed
of the occurrence two officers ��� were
dispatched for the scene of the alleged hold-up, aud Campbell was arrested and taken to the station. He
protested hia innocence of having any
hand in the affair. No trace of Joe.
watches, or money have been secured
up to the time of going to press.
"Tho Pacific west must fostfer Its
own financial Institutions iu order to
secure and control its rightful share
of the' trade from the prairie provinces." ' ',   ���     ".
SiiqIi was the statement of a well
known Wiunlpeg man who has been
visiting Westminster and the coast
for the purpose of scrutinizing the
industrial outlook bere on  behalf of
AND HIGH SCHOOL
R. H. May Lay Foundation Stone���
Exhibition  Officials  Make Victoria Arrangements.
'As I see it'at'the present time,
said he, "eastern institutions, backed
by eastern capital and controlled by
eastern magnates whose interests and
energies are centred in the east are
financing many of the projects here.
[iProflts derived from such enterprises
will be by no means laid out to develop the-west, rather will It go back
td the east from whence emanated
itbe original Investment.
l_."But the ultimate disposition or
withdrawal of eastern capital," he
continued, "is not the most Important phase of the situation. The real
Issue Ilea in the fact that when British Columbia is competing for the
trade of the prairie provinces a serl-
pus obstacle Is encountered ln eastern Interests financing produce buyers and shippers.
' "The grain companies, the elevator
concerns and corporations concerned
iu handling the huge output.of the
prairies are being sustained by powers that will divert all trade possible
Into the channels that give the most
beneflt to their vested Interests.
Hence Montreal, Quebec Toronto and
other large eastern cities reap the
beneflt of considerable trade which
by right ahould belong to Westminster and Vancouver."
The. truth of this, according to this
gentleman, was far more apparent in
the east at the present time than out
here.    Most of the really large finan-
HOUSEKEEPER RUNS
Off WITH MISTRESS
Three    Servants   at   San    Fraridsco
Banker Arrested in New York-���.
Remarkable Story..
Mr. T. J. Trapp, president, and Mr.
D. E. MacKenzie, secretary of th'e
Royal Agricultural and Industrial
society, returned from Victoria yesterday after being ln consultation with
Premier McBride and other officials
in connection with the approaching
exhibition to be held here in October.
^As the Victoria exhibition will be
held the week previous to that of
Westminster, arrangements were
made whereby the usual stock passing
will take place between the two cit;e3.
and the customary boat Will convoy
exhibits from the Capital City to New
Westminster.
While over there, Mr. Trapp intimated his desire to have His Royal
Highness, the- Governor General, lay
the foundation stone of the new Tlpperary High 'school and it is very
probable that arrangements can be
made bo as to have the preliminary
work completed for that time.
WIRELESS j*3p
HUDSi&BAr
Han. Frank Ccchranc[petails
Government's  Fl
Sailing Northern 5
NO TRACE FOUND
Of HOLDUP MEN
Watching    Police    Failed    to    Find
Quarry In Bushes���Westminster
Men Return.
With straining ears and eyes, for a
sight of the robbers wbo clubbed.Manager Temple Into insensibility at the
branch of the Northern Crown bank
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^, ** Central Park previous to the $1800
elal men^ regarded the west   as   the 1 bank   hold   up   ou Wednesday,   tbe
xsm   m m*   i       .__-    but   tnejr   j^ \ ^^^p^ ppijca 0f South Vancouver,
^..^..^i^^   pojpt  Grey,   together .with
London, July 2j6.���"Kid" McCoy,
the American boxer, was arrested today on a provisional extraditional
warrant and brought up at Box street
police court on a charge of larceny,
alleged to have been committed at
Ostend. He waa remanded without
bail.  '���"'.;'.'
McCoy said he was entirely Ignorant of the charge.
According to Scotland Yard authorities McCoy ls suspected of being
Implicated tn a jewel robbery at the
Grand Palate hotel, Ostend: They
admit, however, that the only evidence against him thus far ls that
McCoy has been seen In, the company
cf suspects. McCoy's friends Bay he
left Ostend before the robbery waa
committed.
The Scotland Yard's authorities say
the person robbed at Ostend was a
Russian princess who was staying at
the Grand Palace hotel. Their atofy
Is that the princeaa. who possessed
jewelry worth $280,000, was followed
-from Russia by a gang of thieves who
engaged an adjoining room and entered her apartments. In her absence.
They obtained a case containing
jewels valued at $80,000, but over
looked a larger case.
The officials at Scotland Yard say
that a man known as Squeezerkamp,
and a woman companion, have been
arrested' at Ostend for alleged connection with the ��tflme. McCoy," It
la asserted, recently was a guest at
the Grand Palaoe hotel with a party
of friends.'
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Tho only large robletfy1" reported
trbm OsMtltt' recently Was that of the
Princess "of Thbrn Ktid Thxl* irom
whom it was stated Jewels valued at
$80,000 were, stolen in a hotel. The
princess was a Hihi Nlcolls, of Union-
town, Pa. She ^as divorfced ln Pittsburg in 1006, ���'from' Gefieral Gerald
Fitzgerald, of Iroland, and" laat No-
vtebtbfer at the home of her mother ln
Uniontbwri niarrled PrlhGe Victor of
Turn and Taxis, h member ot the
Hungarian branch of hia family.
New York, July 26.���Mrs. Clara Perkins, housekeeper, Frederick EL Patterson, chauffeur, and Patrick Walsh,
valet, former employees of the household of Nicholas J. McNamara, of
San Francisco, were' arrested- kcr<:
late today, charged wtth grand larceny and being fugitives from Justice.
Mrs. Margaret McNamara, wife bf the
banker, with her two children,, was
present when the arrests were nio.de.
The arrests resulted from th��F re
ceipt of a telegram from tho chief of
police of San Francisco, who charged
the prisoners with grand larceny. Mr.
McNamara swore out warrants yesterday for his three former employees
charging them with stealing his au'
tomobile.
San Francisco despatches today carried the assertion of the banker t'.iat
Mrs. McNamara on June 21, left'heme
with three servants and her two
children In a large touring car, jour;
neylng through Oregon and across
country, and that his only word from
his wife had been ln .the shape Qt
lavish drafts on his bank account. He
said Mrs. Perkins had acquired an al
most complete control over bia wife's
actions. The party waa traced ������ to
Chicago and thence here. f i .
The arrests were made ln a lchd
lng hotel where they had registered'.
Mrs. McNamara has her two children,
Chester, aged 10, and Wilbur, 12
years old, with her. The banker's
wife and her children were not dls
turbed. That they Intended to sail
for Germany on August 3 became apparent- when steamer tickets were
found on the prisoners. The servants
declined to make auy statement.
It la presumed the automobile waa
disposed ol on the road,
The pollce have telegraphed San
Francisco for Instructions regarding
Mrs. McNamara aud the children.
Meanwhile she will remain at the
hotel where she first registered.
Mecca of Investors, ^^^^^^^^^^
8ucnce as far as trade was concerned
Was centred In tbo east jto the benefit
tyT the banking Institutions .thel*.
In fostering"wesferW finance which i
Ol nefcesstty munt be vitally Interested i
in building up the country, the pralrle
exporters who aro already convinced
of the ^desirability of. "Pacific ports
wonld be enabled both to cast off the
shackles forged by the eastern capitalists, and to ship . their products
through logically situated channels.
The necessity abd. advisability of
such a move would be far more apparent in a year or'two when a mammoth market for grain would be
created by the operation of the
Panama canal.
Transportation   Conditions   Of' Many-
Farmers Will Have   to    Be
Changed.   /^'''/
Moose Jaw, July 2G.���T^day Hon-
Frank Cochrane, minister df 'railways,
was the guest of the Canadian club
here at luucheon in the..- Empress
hotel. Mayor Mayber^Wfoelcomed.
him in a stirring addfe'sB'-'as-' chief
spokesman for the rail way ,-otty.
i Mr. Cochrane delivered a comprehensive sketch of Dominion potentialities and tlieir corresponding needs. As-
regarding Saskatchewan lie aaid:
"I am receiving deputations everyday from farmers who' are raising as
much as flve thousand bushels of
wheat and have to haul lt "sixty miles.
"That," continued the"��� minister,
"will have to. be changed/'   ���
Referring to his intended journey
to Norway House and Pbr* Nelson;
and Fort Churchill,- Mr. Cochrane
said:'
Hudson Bay Line.
"If the nature of the -country- i*
anything like the reports we have-
received about lt, then I can assure
you that the railway to tbo Hudson
bay ls worth building. T\j|*ftT. libvlga-
billty of Hudson strait is Jt, contestable point as it has been reported on
only under the most favorat%-Conditions. But It Is propoa^vbY us to
establish wireless stations on both
sides, and navigate the ships by wireless through tbe ice, and there is no
reason to doubt that with- this system, the navigation ot the strait may
be made perfectly safe."
Railroad. Entries.
Later In the afternoon th* minuter
was waited upon by deputations of
the city couimil and board of trofip
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aSperittrom Vancouver atttt -fteatmin-1 "*& "**** to the a^4Tn^entty
ster   lay. coottAstal Jn' **���' ���t.B��*|i".'(!.*\?' ..^f;.5^2^^?!l?!^xf��
HORSE THIEE GETS
THREE YEARSGAOl
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Chilliwack Indian Convicted���Had Already Served  Long Term fer
l'*.,." t     '    Li.   r'
Similar Offence.
. Threp ��� yeafs in the Westmlnater
p'erttlbntihfy ttfr ��� "Patliy'' Herman, a
Chilliwack Indian, waa the sentence
banded down by Hla Honor Judge
Howay yesterday morning when for,
the second time in ten years "Patsy"
waa convicted, of .being a horae thief.
Herma'h ts ' a - "kay bueno" Indian
from away back, bia previous prison
term being seven years. for stealing
Lhorses from a squatter in 1902. The
crime' tot. which he was convicted
yesfe?dfy waa stealing qne borse from
another member of bis tribe at Chilliwack, subsequently selling it to a
farmer In the Delta.
With the growth of the west, the
police explain, horse stealing has
ceased to be regarded ln such a serious light as in years gone by when
hanging was frequently. the penalty
for the crime.
den bushes about the by paths7of the
River road near Argil? atreet tn the
chilly hours ot. yesterday morning, in
a cordon surrqiindlng the narrow neck
of woods where the robbers were supposed to be concealed. The fog rolled up from the North Artn, strangely
distorting shapes into weird wraith
like fantasy, and the bushes laden
with their burden of moisture swished back and forth whipping the wet
into,, the shivering forms of the
watchers.
Early In the; game .the Vancouver
police went back ta the city, while
the Westminster aggregation finding
a lack of organization in the waiting
game also went home. .In the dense
tog the lot of sentinels wh: remained^
was no sinecure and one b;-"eric they
meandered back to tbe municipal hall
where weary- -reporters- waiting' for
tbc. .outcome of the watch-had cone
:o bed sn seme cf the   empty   Jn.ll
cots/'*-	
Inquiries all along the line from
early morning to late last night failed to reveal any clue as to the whereabouts of the men, although the
police- forces of almoat every section
of British Columbia are on tbe qui
vlve.
' Sergeant Stanton and Constable
Sam Gross were sent from the city
pollce force. >
FRUIT CROP NOT
TOO
he had been ttfgjng tfie" compairy-^to ���
expedite,matters'Andj-tarther promised
that be would : personally do all ln
his ppwer to hurry their project.
With regard to the Canadian Northern line, Calgary to Regina, a very
strong case was made out locally as
we'll as for extensions Into the southern country.   The minister called for
a map and fully entered into tho issues spoken of.    He was Impressed'
with the delegation's words and asked
for still fuller data. The Grand Trunk
line from the city would,-he    said.
cross    the    Saskatchewan    river   at
Riverside Instead of at Eye Brow,
Hon. Frank Cochrane left at 4 p.mi-
on the Winnipeg local.
SAW GOVERNMENT
CONCERNING MAP
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i IS CALGARY'S ADVICE ���
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The Calgary Telegram, com- ���
mentlng upon the present la- ���
crosso situation, says: ���
"New Westmlnater ls rather ���
peeved at the reports sent out ���
front'Vancouver regarding the,; ���
trouble following last Satur- ���
day's lacrosse matrti, and tlie^.f'
board of trade may'take sc|me '%'
actlbn. ��� ' ��� '   '' '    ��� ���
"Ubtll ??ew Westminsters*
wakes'up to the "tact that It ���
Is entitled W a represenW\lve-,,#
G.T.P. NOT ALARMED
AT I. W. W. STRIKE
of the Western- Press and others'
���.
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Two Thousand Msn Atfected���Steel to
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"��� Rijacir .Fbrt"tt��6rgVby Wlnttr���
'    >   *'*>   Rusblng Work.
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Wlnuip<% July 26��� Local' officials
are not alarmed at the atrike of two
thousand Industrial Wonkers of the
��World In' the iohstruetfon work of
the Grand Tmnk Pacific. Mn Donald
sonf nce-prfesWejiti' and, general manager, said lt affected only the east
end of the line iand t��ftd not stopped
nhe coiftratkorat Arrarigfcmehts were
being; made to fill the placesr of   the
(MA*.;-    %***. ?<-,'���
Between the head-of steel-and Fort
Geerfee, ffourthoiMb^taibn Are working, and the fcorfwitatorsf Foley�� Welch
Trots  Do Not Bear aa Wall as Expected���Hay Crop Is Successful
So Far.
"Considering tho prospects at the
time the fruit trees were tn full
bloom/ the' ranchers - of tbe lower
mainland of the province are very
disappointed at tbe fruit crop outlook
this year," was the statement made
yesterday afternoon by Mr. D. E.
MacKenzie, manager of tbe ctty market.     ;
"The trees all over tbe dlatrict
were wonderfully heavy in bloom tbls
spring,',' Mr. MacKenzie added, "and
for a while I have been told a bumper
crop was expected bn aU, bands-Later,
however, when tbe fruit commenced
to mature, the trees were seen to be
bearing very poorly, and tbe ranchers
were forced to change their opinions."
The exact reason for the condition
o| the fruit trues Mr. MacK,entle was
oof able to state, but he expressed
tbo opinion thai tha late frost and
heavy rains that have been falling
this year had a great deal t<5> ��do
with it
Civic   Delegation   Returns  from   Victoria���Plans Need Final Ratification.
Acting Mayor Gray, City Solicitor
McQuarrie and City Engineer Black-
man returned yesterday from Victoria
where they waited upon the.government regarding ..certain civic matters
of New. Westmlnater.     ������-"��� * -'
One of these was with reference*
to the new olty map prepared last
year and exhibited at the annual meeting of the B. C. Municipalities in Victoria last fall. in. thiB survey tbe
street line of property owners ls affected. Mr. McDermott, of the firm
of Cleveland & Cameron, Vancouver,.
also accompanied the party. This flrnr
had charge of tbe resurvey of the city
last year which awaits final ratification.  V.;
In this connection the attorney general listened to the delegation from
the ctty aa well as to a representatives
of the B. C. E. R.. who wished a
slight alteration in the plan for thetr
right ot way., Mr; Arthur Jones also-
put forward a claim in relajthjn *t�� bly
property at the corner of Carnarvon
and Tenth street.
' Hon. Mr. Bowser promised that tbe'
executive, would take the matter up*
at their earliest convenience and ln~
tlmate'd that' a settlement would be
arrived at satisfactory to all parties
concerned.      ��� v '
Acting Mayor Gray, who returned
yesterday-morning, stated last evening that several other matters of importance were taken up. A decision
would be given by the Hon, Mr. Bowser and Premier Sir UlohanKMofcrlflo ���
In a few daya regarding these questions, which could then be, annbuifoaftd.
At the present flnse 1t would be ln-
JttBlcIoUa to ."mention them ttatU & fa- ���
claion bad. bean arrived at.
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TH E *D\#l ftbLfMft tf AND
ft Stewart, aim to have rails al Mllo J
14r3 betore winter. At that polrft tbe?
Ufa .cKqssefl the Fr.aaer *|vef and re-
" " v     *       It Is all sbovrt
and   rails
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��� ��� cesses SX *"bn Geofge.
hews services, all reports must
have a Vancouver tinge.
'View Westminster used'1 to
have a live news bureau a few
years ago. but lately tt has
been served -under a Vancouver date line.   Wake tip, Royal' '���'] work"with "no rook cuts.	
*C,iyi* a. a * * a a a a a* a t ��>��o��ld go doWn.at the rate ot a mllelorop o^tt the flelds, and after* that the I in "mC and" tof'mW' fafas"^fa-
st ��� * t f t * 9 I t * �� 9 f * \voA a half a day. [farmers wlll have notblng to fear.     I on a contracting business- at'TUp
Mr. MacKenzie also .staled-vester^
day that the rains ot the past two of""'
three, days had very little effect oht :��� ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the hay crop. Most of the hay^to^ionstfr"' or *Re&- Atyar '*atti��n��nf
oui, nb4,c9pked,-,whon_ theKr*tn com; | Passes Away,
meita* to rtlll.biSt apart fr^m. chttng-     Winnipeg,    Jnly    2��.���UcmrtW    W.
lng the dblof" of sotab oflt Rightly, j irigh,     contractor     and     WJbanlpog
ttttle or no damage was done.   A tew  pioneer, died today after a brl^t   Itt-
imore good days wlll probably see tho nese. He was born at Yorker, Obt,
crop off the flelds, and after that thei in 1834, and tor many yearaybfurled
farmers wlll have notblng to tear.     ' on a contracting business- arTuJpnttf;-
���
A WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
8ATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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RATE8.
One eent per word (or day.
Ftoar cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted,
tor less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms. 608 Eighth
avenue and Sixth street.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���GENTLEMAN    ROOMER
and boarder.   715 Fifth avenue.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING BY THE
-day.   309 Keary street
WANTED���YOUNG SCOTCH GIRL
wishes to assist with housework.
Sleep at home. Address Box 89
News office.
WANTED���GIRL, GOOD-COOK. AP-
ply Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong,-89 Sixth
street.
WANTED���YOUNG    GIRL   OR  WO-
man for general housework.   Apply
Brunette boarding house,   109    Columbia Btreet, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� SEVERAL LIVE ' MEN
for the best insurance proposit'on
ev -r offered in British Columbia
Big money for experienced or inexperienced men. Any good man can
make good. Apply Box 86. Daily
News.   Correspondence confidential
WANTED��� HARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms: old country family preferred. Apply room 2, 13. C. E. It.
depot.   Plione 401.
WAXTBD^-AN     IRONER.
City steam laundry.
KOYAL
WANTED���ROOMEUS AND BOARD
era   Z*> Hastings stieet.
FOR RENT���LARGE, AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Dally News.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh
street.
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED
rooms, suitable for two gentlemen.
66 Sixth street.
TO RENT���MODERN SIX ROOMED
house, full sized basement; 301
Princess street. Apply to Warner
Bangs ft Co., Phone 1024.
TO RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE,
1033 Nanaimo street. Apply at
Royal cafe.
TO RENT ��� NICE FURNISHED
rooms. 701 Fourth avenue; one
block from Sixth avenue car.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
kro;!n;; rooms, hnt and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
lia.ll, comer Eighth sireet and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedrcom. furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes stroet.
TO RENT���FURBISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 7fi!> City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion, Trusl
blocl;.    Apply H. P. Vidal  ft Co.
WANTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.   AFI'LN
cafe,   opposite C. P. R
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
���For Cement Blocks,  Brick Chim-
. neya. Laundry Tubs, Basements and
Sanitary Plastic Flooring, see J. W.
McCaltam, Westminster Trust Blk.,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE
mf*~
FOR SALE���LOT ON FIFTH AVE.
close to 12th street; price $2500,
$500 cash, balance over eight years.
Investigate this at once.    Rutledge-
Saundors Brokerage   Co.,   Room   6.
Trunp .Mock.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for. two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
NOTICE.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Albert J. Hill and Geoffrey
K. Burnett, as B. C. Land Surveyors
and Civil Engineers, at New Westminster, B.C., is this day dissolved by
effluxion of titjie.
The business will be continued by
Geoffrey K.  Burnett,  who wlll settle
any liabilities of the late firm and to
whom all accounts arc pavable.
ALBERT J.  HILL.
GEOFFREY K. BURNETT.
Xew Westminster, B.C., July 15, 1912.
LOST!
One large dark
Bay Gelding
with one hind white foot; weight
about 1700 pounds, with halter without shank. Last seen on Scott road
near Strawberry Hill P. O. on night
of 23rd inst. Anyone knowing the
whereabouts cf same please notify thc
Timbei lands lumber Co.,
Phones 874 and 629.
New Westminster.
L
MARKET
REPORT
OUR NEW BAKERY
IS PROVING A
SUCCESS
No handling our bread as it is wrapped in beautiful white paper as soon
as it leaves the oven. All kinds of
Cakes, Rolls and Buns. Let us send
you a sample.
ORKNEY BAKERY
826 Fourth St.
TELEPHONE 735.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
TOR SAUt-l WIL.L, TAKE THE
best offer I get tbls week on lot
west side Tenth avenue, just halt a\
block south of tbe new cut-off
(number 12). One-third cash. Name
the price yourself. Gordon Tanner,
-415 Cordova street west, Vancouver, B.C.
FOR SALE���LADY'S TRUNK, FIRST
claaa, full skirt length, nearly new.
Price greatly reduced. Reid & McDonald's.
FOR SALE���BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���
The north half of olock 8, D. L. 172;
11 Iota each 50 feet front to 16
foot lane; about 100 yards from cutoff; delightful view. Price Jl0,500;
one-quarter cash, balance easy. D.
I). Bourke, 1316 Cariboo street.
l'hone 919.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5. 50x132 feet, gar-
-dco and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
'Hnrnaby, between Second and
Fourth Btreets. Price JtSIWi very
���easy terms.    Apply on premises.
ITOn SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-,
ate aale, six roomed house, block I
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.'
.FOR   SALK���A   BELL   PIANO,
moet new.   408 Fifth atreet.
AL
ITOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
-oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
���street, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
Mnres on easy terms; $1.00 down,
fl.OO per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
LOST.
LOST GOLD lyOCKHT SIZE OF
American dollar, plain, with Initials
R. L. O. Finder please return to
Box 88 Westminster Dally News.
BUILDERS ATTENTION���Vi/e have a
choice building lot on Sixth avenue,
facing on Second street, 50x140.
Fine proposition for two houses.
Can be bought at snap price. Call
and see us.
TWO fine seven roomed Houses, all
modern, splendid view; lots 33x132;
centrally located for $4000 each,
$600  cash.    Terms.    No.  64.
THREE LOTS ON WISE ROAD���
each 34x145 to lane; $600 each.
Terms for balance.   No. 41.
CLOVER VALLEY BARGAIN��� I
acres of choice land for $32/10; only
one mile from station; flowing well
on property, 5-roomed house, barns,
chicken houses, fruit trees, strawberry plants, crop of potatoes, etc.
$700 cash will handle property.
Balance spread over two years.
#No. 15.
FINE SIXTH STREET LOT, 80X
119.75 for $2600; third cash; 6, 12
and 18 months. This ls a moneymaker.
LARGE eight roomed cottage, completely modern, furnace, laundry,
fully and comfortably furnished
- throughout. $6500; one-third cash.
Terms 6, 12, IS and 24 months. No.
57.
BURNABY LOT, close In, 47x133, partly cleared. $800; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months. No. 43.
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.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, Engllsl-
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work   Guaranteed.
541 Front Street      N'-�� City Market.
Plenty of buyers with the sellers al-
most on a parity and supplies good,
were the three things that went to
make yesterday's market one of the
best this summer.
The most notable feature of the
day's doings was the sale of the first
of the season's apples and plums. The
samples of this fruit on showing were
all local grown and appeared to be of
fine quality. Stocks were small and
with a good demand they were got
rid off at a handsome price.
The apples were of the transparent
brand which are always the season's
openers. In about three weeks' time
this brand will probably disappear
from the stalls and the Duchess
variety will come into the limelight,
then as the year grows old the Red
Astrikana, Gravensteln and Wealthy
brands will follow in the order mentioned. These will later give place
to the late summer and fall species
by which the season is generally
closed. From now until spring next
year apple3 will occupy a prominent
place in tlie market.
In the vegetable section of the mart
stocks were pretty large, but a fairly good demand held prices at tbe
ruling flgure of last week.
Chickens were received in large
numbers, but trading was brisk and
prices held steady. Ducks were in a
better demand than they have been
for some time and all those on hand
met a ready sale.
The most important change in the
price list was another material hardening in eggs. The offerings in this
line of farm produce were not what
they should be considering the tune
of the year, and sellers had little difficulty in getting rid of their supplies
at 40 cents or over retail)
Receipts of new potatoes were
heavy, and with the Inquiry only
normal, another setback to the extent of 25 cents per sack took place
��Oeoeo����e������+eeeeoeoo��e-Ooe
&HU R C H
| SERVICES |
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(Changes for thla column muat be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
0 a.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no details have been
supplied.)
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Matins, Litany
and sermon by Rev. Uriuclpal Seager,
of St. Mark's Hall, Vancouver; 7
p.m., Evensong and sermon.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. The pulpit will
be oocupied both morning and evening
by the pastor. Rev. W. S. A. Crux,
B.A. Subjects: 11 a.m., "The Unveiled Face"; 7:30 p.m., "The Problem of the Age." Praise and prayer
service Wednesday at 8 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Hible class at 2:30 p.m.
The pastor will preach at both services. Subjects: 11 a.m., "Disturbing
Voices"; 7:30 p.m., "What Is the
Sabbath for?"
ST BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 43fi
Tenth stieet���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., lector. Services S a. m.. Hoiy
Communion; 11 a. m., matins and sermon: 7 p. CO., evensong' and sermon.
Fri:lay Litany. 7.30 p. m.: choir practice 8 p.m. Rev. Mr. Seager, ot St.
Mark's College, Vancouver, will
preach in the evening.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
Creditors    Trust
the    ^^^^^^
and' Amending  Acta
Tho fisli stands were well supplied i avenue��� Rev. it. Wallace Collins, HA.
'paster. Services, 11    a.m.    and    7:30
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
where both PLATE   and
PRICE will PLEASE.
WHITE LABOR ONLV.
HOME COOKING.
ABOVE T. J. TRAPP A CO.
"wrer  Lorne  and   Columbia  Streets
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu  Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868.
Room 4 Trapo Block
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
"Furnished toT attractive enterprises
fin all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water an.l
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
Mining. Agricultural and Industrial.
Hond. Debenture and Stock Ibbuos
Underwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
-exploitation and investment,
Financial Undertakings ot all sort*
bandied.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted foi
execution tn say European country.
Ctorfwnondence enclosing full de
tail* mt drat writing Invited.
He toteroaitoniii Bankers Alliance
14-14-18 Bloomsbury St., London, Eng.
Second Hand Store
J. Q. SMITH.
'Buy and sell new and    second    hand
���stssnai* oi all kinds.   Tools espeolally.
agt) McJnM-n StreeL l'hone 1009
T. D. COLDICUTT
For sale���New -i-roomed house and
lot; everything modern; bathroom,
electric light and city water, with
large basement.   $2200 cash.
Kor Sale���Five-roomed house and lot,
one block from car; $1800, good
terms.
For Sale���Two cleared lots, one block
from car; $760 each, good terms.
For Rent���Suite of 3 rooms, right on
carline, $18 a month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, D.C.
and Sixth Street.
TELEPHONE L 883
THE WHITE
GROCERY STORE
CLEAN FRESH
STOCK
We aim to carry a
full line. We also
will deliver them
for yoa. Call in er
Telephone 1100.
C. E. HUNTER
with sockeyes and halibut, while
other varieties of thc finny tribe were
displayed in varying quantities. Tliere
was good buying around these stalls
with the prices of last week holding
sway.
The florists had another good display this week with sweet pea3 predominating in the supplies. The demand was fairly good for flowers and
bv the close of the market the merchants had lew varieties left.
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Peets, rer sa:k   il,2h
Carrots, per sack   $lfM
Parsnips, per sack   ILOi1
Turnips,  rer sack    ��� "oc
Potatoes, per ton, old  $20 to $2D
Vegetables, Retail.
Beets, per bunch  5'
Onions, per lb &"
Potatoes, per sack, new  $1.50
Carrots, per bunch  ac
Cabbage, per lb 3c
Turnips, each    5c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen 33c to 34c
Eggs, retail, per dozen  ..37Vic to 40c
Butter, ieta',1, per lb SOc to SS<
Butter, wholesale, ter lb 27i
Flsh.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per  lb.  15c
(2 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders, per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per Ib 15"
Hlue cod, per lb 10c
Halibut, per lb 10*
Steelheed, per lb lo*
Smelts   2 lbs. for 25c
Retail Meats.
Beef  best rib roasts  15c to lh*
Beef, loin   18c to 22o
Beef, round steak 20c
Rolling beef     lOo to 1+c
Veal   15c to ISc
Rork      18c to 30c
Sugar cure! bacon   20f
Muttoa     12c to20<.
Dressed cblclten, per lb 25c
Wholes*'. Meats.
Veal, larga   9c to l��r
Veal,  small    13 %c to 14c
Beef, front quarter   9 to 10*
Beef, hind quarter  lie to 12--
Spring lamb     15c
Mutton      10c to Wi,r
Pork      12M:0 to 13c
Poultry.
flee-e. live, each $1.50
Hens, small, per doz $ii to $7
Fens, larpe, rer doz $<? to $10
Chickens, per do/. $4 to $.r>.'r
Broilers,  per  doz    $3  to  $���'
Hens, live, per lb 17c to lit
Chickens, live, per lb l'.lc to 21c
Ducks, per dozen  $S to $10
Ducks,  live, per lb 17c  to  20c
MARINE   PECULATIONS
Exceptlo-j "Inde Regarding Pleasure
ar.d  Coasting  Craft.
Oitava. July 26.--Formal notice Is
being Issued giving effect to tho ac
passed last session for the employment of certified masters and mates
on ships of five tons and over, but
some important exceptions are being
made.
The act will not apply to purely
pleasure yachts, barges, fishing boats
or to sailing ships engaged in the
coastwise trade lf not more than 100
tons propelled by auxiliary power, other than steam, and employed partly In
fishing partly ln the carriage of
freight.
TO   EMULATE   RHODES.
To Glvt English Students Scholar
ships In American Universities.
London, July 28.���At a luncheon of
the American Women's Society ln
London, Dr. George Parkin, organizing representative of the Rhodes Scholarship Trust, said he had approached
J. Pierpont Morgan, Andrew Carnegie
and other wealthy Americans with a
plan for duplicating the Rhodes Scholarship scheme In such a way that English students could be sent to American universities.
"Such a plan would notify to all
other nations that 'Hands Across thc
Spas' meana something." aald Dr. Parkin.
I
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Itev. C. VV. Brown. B.D., pastor,. 11
i.m., public worship..
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
md Royal avenue. "The Low Church."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sun
lay school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. W. C.
Frank, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH���Corner of Seventh street and Queens
avenue. Hev. A. F. Baker, pastor.
3ervices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. The pastor will
preach It both services. Ordinance
baptism will take place at the end of
Jthe morning service.
COLLINGWOOD MtCTHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth L'-ng i*
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
noime: Service at 2 p.m. and Sunda*
<ohool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Janes,
pastor.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. aad Seventh St
Rev. M. O. Melvln, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Blblo class 10 a. in. Sunday school
12 p.m.    .
SAPPERTON RAPTIST CHURCH.
Hospital atreet���O. B. Anderson, pae-
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.: Sunday
tchool aad Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.
NIDAROS NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
every Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ln St.
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church.
O. Borge, pastor, residence 1G54
Eleventh avenue cast,  Vancouver.
KNOX     PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.   E
G.  Thompson.  M.A.,    pastor.    Public
*orKhip at  11 a.m. and 7  p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
0. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30. The pastor
wlll preach at both services.
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���St
vice will |je held at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday schooi
at 2 p.m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY���
Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. at
121  Third avenue.    All are Invited*
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean nnd Lieut. lieUl���Services at 11
a. m., S p.m. and 7.30 p.m.. In the eltl-
del, Eighth stieet.   Open air services
as usual.
FIRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
(M-IURCH. St. Andrews and Eleventh
Itreetl.���Oeorgfl N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL IIALI,���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
FREE METHODIST, Eighth St.���C.
S. McKinley, pastor. Class meeting
10 a.m.; preaching 11 am. and 7:45
p.m. Suuday school at 2:30 p.m.
William Sampson, evangelist, wlll
preach both morning and evening. An
evangelist service wlll be held on
Moody square at 7 p.m.
I-DMONDS BAPTIST���Service wlll
be comliteted at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A.; Sunday school and
Blbie class at 2:30 p.m.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH (Anglican),
Eaat Burnaby���Rev. J, R. Dunlop, rector.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH, Sapperton���
Rev. Frank Plaskett, M.A., vicar. 8
a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., morning prayer; rp.in., evening prayer.
Purauant    to
Oeeda  Act    .^^^^^���
NOTICE is Hereby . given that
STARKS MMTTBD, carrying on business as Desffers in Boots, Shoes, etc.,
at No. 823 Granville, Street and tio.
150 Cordova Street West, Vancouver,
B. C, and al No. 445 Columbia. Street,
New Westminster, B. C, has by deed
dated 20th July, 1912, assigned all lta
estate, real and personal credits and
effects to RALPH CLARK, of Vancouver, B. C, Salesman for the purpose
of satisfying rateably and proportionately and without preference or priority all its creditors.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a meeting of the creditors of the
said Starks Limited will be held at
the office of Ames Holden McCready
Limited, at No. 403 Cordova Street
West, Vancouver, B, C, on the 3rd
day of August, 1912, at the hour of 10
o'clock In the forenon.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the said
Starks Limited are required to forward particulars of the same duly verified by statutory declaration to the
said Ralph Clark addressed to him at
No. 403 Cordova Street West, Vancouver, B. C, on or before the 3rd day of
September, 1912, and that all persona
Indebted to the said StarkB Limited,
are required to pay the amount due
by them to the said Ralph Clark
forthwith.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that after the said 3rd day of September, 1912, the assignee will proceed to
distribute the assets of the estate
among the parties entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims duly
verifed of which he shall then have
received notice, and will not be responsible for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose debt or claim he
shall not then have received notice by
duly verified claim.
DATED this 22nd July, 1912.
HARRIS    BULL
MASON.        B^^^^^^^^
Solictltors for the assignee.
HANNINGTON    &
CITY     OF     NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Local   Improvement  Notice���Improvement of Nanaimo Street.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by resolution determined and specified that
It is desirable to carry out the following works, that Ib to say:
Purchasing certain properties where
j necessary in order that Nanaimo
i Street may be straightened to a unl-
I form width of 60 feet between llth
. and 12th Streets.
And that said worka be carried out
In accordance with the provisions cf
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the
Council ln acordance with the provisions of the eald bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
agalnat the various portions of real
property to be beaettta-t br that mat**
works ao4! other particulars and the
said �������� --.ort of the sald City Engine**
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice li hereby given that the said
report ta open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia Street. New Westminster,
B. C, and that unlets a petition
agalnat tbe proposed work above mentioned algned by a majority of the
owners of the tend or real property to
be aaeesaed or charged In respect ot
such worka representing at least one-
half In value thereof ls presented lo
the Council within flfteen daya from
the date of the flrat publication oj
thla notice tbe Council will proceed
with the proponed Improvements un-
der euch terma and conditions as to
the payment of the coat of auch improvements aa the Council may by
bylaw ln that behalf regulate and d#
termlne and alao to make tbe aald assessment.
Dated this 23rd day of July. 1918.
J. B. RUSHTON.
Acting City Clerk.
Date of flrat   publication   24th  July.
1912.
CITY    OF    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Veterinary Director General.
Ottawa, Ju|y 25.���On the recommendation of the minister of agriculture, the government will fill the Important position of veterinary director-general by the appointment of Dr.
Fred Torrance ot Winnipeg.
Local Improvement Notices-Widening
of Cemetery Street.
The Municipal Councll of the City
of New Westminster, having by resolution determined and specified that It
ls desirable to carry out the following
works, that Is to say:
To purchase certain propertied in
order that Cemetery street may be
widened from Cumberland Street to
Alberta Street. And that aald *��*���
be carried out ln accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement (leneral Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
In accordance with the provisions of
the said by-law upon the said work
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against tho varlouB portions of real
property to be benefited by-the M'd
work and other particulars and tha
said report of the said City Bnglneer
and city Assessor having been adopted by the Councll.
Notice Is hereby given that tha
said report Is open for Inspection at
the office of the Ctty Assessor, Civ
Hall, Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed work above
mentioned signed by a majority of tha
ownera of the land or real property tg
be assessed or charged ln reaped W
such works representing at least oi^- ���
balf ln value thereof ls presontod to :
the Councll within lifteen days tfom
the date of the first publication or
this notice the Council will proceed
with the proposed Improvements under euch terms and conditions,Ss to-
tbe payment of the oost of such Improvements aa the Council may by bylaw ln that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said np-
seasment
Dated this 23rd daiy of July, 1912. ������
J. B. RUSHTON.
Acting City Clerk.
Date df first publication   24th   July.
1912. "*^i
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MOB
FULL RESULTS OF
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS
Westminster Students Are
Successful.
The results of the High  School e:c-
B��� 588; Johnson, Katherine S., 580;
Johnson, Harry L., 577'; Chapman, Ella M., 567; Anderson, Mary A., 646;
Htiiuner, Dewey, 516; Chapman, Carroll G., 613; Spencer, A. Roy, 402.
Advanced    Course,   Junior    Grade.
Maximum marks, 1000.     Number   of
��� . candidates, 17; passed, 16; Orr, Olive
|M��� 810; Brannick, Errol H., 605; An-
Nearly Seventy-five Per Cent, of the derson, Alice, 579; Standevln, Will-
Mam E., 567; Hodgins, Frank J., 573;
Smith, Larry N��� 571; Johnson, Clara,
562; Hutchison, Edith H.. 560; White,
Harold M��� 559; Whitworth, Frances
M., 557; Johnson, M. Grace, 551;
Thomas, E. Walter, 548; Marshall,
Myra B. 544;    Orr,    John    M��� 544;
ver C, 734.
Coqualeitza. Institute (Sardis)���Preliminary Course, Junior Grade. Mavi-
mum marks, 1000. Number of cafidl
1;   Gladstone,   So^
ming, Emily, 688.
SOCIETY
animations, held last month through- '* Smith, E. Mary, 529;  Robertson, W.,
out the province, were announced yes-151t' ��� -.��� T    ,      ���    ,      ,���    ,
lD.j... .,. tVl���   tl��� . .*_,_,        !     Full Course,   Junior   Grade.    Maxi-
terda, by the   Department   of Educa- j mum     marka,     1200.     Number     of
tlon.   Of the, 1392 candidates who pre- j candidates, 1;  passed, 1;  Evan3, Oli-
sented  themselves, 1058  passed.     In
i Vancouver   Centre   there   were   579
candidates, and 457 passed.   The number at the several other centres  was��j dates, 1;   passed,
a3 follows:    Armstrong, 20-15; Chilli-1 Phie, 552.
wack, 4236; Cranbrook, 11-9; Creston, L Private Study���Full Course. Junior
12-7; Cumberland, 14-7; Duncan, 14-8-   arade-   Maximum marks, 1200.   Num
Enderby, 10-0;   Fernie, 15-S;   Golden I ber of candidal���, -\ Passed, 1; Hem
3-1; Grand    Forks, 16-12;    Kamloops,'   '"'      ^-!     ':;;
25-17;    Kaslo,   6-2;   Kelowna,   20-17;
Ladysmith,    17-11;    Nanaimo,   39-25;
Nelson,'45-27;  New Westminster, 125-
92;   Poachland, 8-4;  Penticton, 21-16;
Prince Rupert, 9-2; Revelstoke, 20-14;
Rossland,   19-9;   Salmon   Arm,   10-8;
Summerland,   10-6;    Vancouver,   570-
547; North Vancouver, 19-19; Vernon,
13-4; Victoria. 247-214; Whitehorc, 3-3.
Total, 1392-1058.
In the several grades the numbers
were as follows: Preliminary course,
junior grade, 7S3-564; prelim-
course, junior grade, 783-564; preliminary course, commercial, 46-37; advanced course, junior grade, 416-357;
full course, junior grade, 79-44; advanced course, commercial 17-15; advan-
course, applied science, 5-2; intermediate grade, 8-3; senior grade, 6-5; senior academic grade, 4-3. Total, 1392-
105S.
The successful in New Westminster
centre were:
Preliminary Course, Junior Grade.
Number of candidates, 82; passed, 57.
Advanced Course, junior Grade, 33-29.
Full Course, Junior Grade, 7-4. Advanced course, Aplied Science, 1-0;
total, 125-92.
New Westminster High School���
Preliminary Course, Junior Grade.
Maximum marks, 1000. Number of
candidates, 60; passed, 44; Heron,
Sadie E. W... 735; Cross, George C,
697; Wilson, Clarance H., 679; Feeney. George W.,' 671; Bent, Raymond
E, 661; Barclay, May L., 664; Richards, Albert E��� 638; Sprott, Muriel,
636; Morrow, Charles W., 635; McAlister, T. Herbert, 636; Brown, Christine L��� 632; Gilley, Beth N., 612; La-
sell, Alonzo R., 606; McDonald, Lois
W., 604; Meredith, Fred R., 604; Da
vis, H. Roy L., 595; Trapp, Donovan
J��� 590; Mayers, J. C. Frank. 589; Nor
man, Vera C, 578; Bent, Lloyd F..
572; Wilson, Emelene A.. 671; Mac
donald, Iza BI., 563; Bodley, J. Olive
G., 557; Allison, A. John, 556; Dawe
Geraldlne V., 555; Shortt, Dudley W.
N., 661; Devereaux, Gladys May, 550;
Corbetl, Rudolph" R.. 646,; Annandale.
Arthur J., 644; Richards, Evelyn A..
543; Bournes, Ellen C. 542; Nelson.
Bessie A.. 542; Cunningham, Francis
B., 536; Dool, Anna E.. 514; Mack,
Margaret A��� 511; Curtis, George E..
508; Martin. Clara, 607; Burkitt, J.
Cecil, 505; Bond, Ivy B., 504; Castil-
lon. Henry, 500; McAllister, Nell S.,
600.
Advanced Course.. Junior Grade.
Maximum marks, 1000. Number of
candidates, 26; passed. 22; Shlmlzu,
Kosaburo, 779; Loree, Susie M., 718;
Steele, Annie E., 674; Gregg. Ruth M..
666; Hond, Harry E., 646; frapp, Dorothy M.. 635; Gilley, Helen F., 608;
McRae, Florence A.. 600; Brown, Vivian W.. 594: Smith, Wilber O., 594;
Maxwell, Clara E., 684; Turnbull, R.
Franklin, 584; Corbett, Florence, 574
Duncan, Alexander S., 585; Bournes,
Beatrice M., 649; Shortt. Gertrude W..
645; Davis. Margaret H., 643; d'Easum. Marjorie, Crlssle B., 607; 8wen-
cisky. Valeran F. 602.
Full Course, Junior Grade. Maximum marks, 1200. Numbei*of candi-
dates. 7; passed, 4; Dawe, Ernest L.,
632- Kirkland, Bessie G., 617; Robertson, E. Olivine, 616; Coulter,   Ruby,
611
Advanced Course, Junior Grade. Applied Science. Maximum marks- 900
Number ot candidates. 2; Postlll,
Leonard. 591; Wilson. J. Ward, 564.
Full Course. Juijlor Grade. Applied
8clence. Maximum marks, 1100.
Number of candidates, 1 Passed, 0.
St Ann's Academy ��� Advanced
Course, Junior Grade. Maximum
marks. 1000. dumber of candidates
3; passed. 3: Fowler. Alice L. B., 527,
Sweneisky, Dylora A., 626; Coughlan,
Mamie, 521.
Abbotsford Superior School���Preliminary Course, Junior Grade. Maximum marks. 1000. Number of candidates. 6; passed, 4; Qlllen. Robert D.,
700; Gillen. John. 598; Nelscon Selma. 546; Pnrton. Dorothy M��� 643.
Advanced Course. Junior Grade
Maximum marks, 1000. N^ber of
Candidates. 2; passed 2; Alder E.
Dorothy, 640; Trethewey,   F.  Emma,
^Belmont Superior School-Preliminary Course. Junior Grade. M***���"?
marks.. 1MH>. Number of candidates,
�� Passed. 7; Cassidy. Harry M.. 647;
Baseman. Rudolph H.. WlUWflg*
Margaret C 566; Oreen, Millie. 664.
Mclnnes, Clara B��� 659; Slmotads, Haz-
lette R   628; Warner, George L., 606.
Advanced Course. Junior Grade
Maximum marks. 1000. Number of
Candidates. 2; passed, 2; Oreen, Beanie. 650; Forman, Joseph E., ��36.
Ladner Superior Sohool-PreHmln-
ary Course. Junior Grade. Maximum
marks, 1000. Number of candidates,
B- passed. 2: Martin, May, 617; An-
drnngleTmUc8chool--PrelImlnary
Course Junior Grade.- Maximum
marks. 1000.   Number of canldates, 2;
passed, 0. -
Chilliwack Centre.
Chilliwack High School���Preliminary Course. Junior Grade. Maximum
marks,-1000. Number of candidates,
22; passed. 17; Smith, Bessie V., 766;
Thomas, Alice M.. 729; Burton, Marjorie L., 702; Chadsey, Helen X\,
Mrs. H. L. Edmonds entertained a
number of the members ef the golf
club on Monday evening. A putting
contest was to be held, but as it rain
ed, the evening was spent in music
and dancing. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen, Mr.
and Mrs. Sherriff, Mrs. Edmonds
(Kamloops), Mr. and Mrs. Eddy, Mrs.
Yuengling, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mac
quarrie, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Edmonds
Mr. and Mrs. Gracey, Miss Peele, Miss
Scott, Miss Corbould, Miss Pope, Mr.
O'Brian, Mr. Rose, Mr. Beatty and
Mr. Motherwell.
��� *    *
Among those entering in the Dominion Tennis Tourament, being held
in Vancouver this week, are Mrs.
Sutherland. Miss Shildrick, Miss Rickman, Mlss Corbould, Miss' Peele, Mr.
Eddy, Mr. Hadlngham, Mr. Motherwell, Mr. L. A. Lewis, Mr. Stacey an'd
Mr. Napier Smith.
��� ���   ���
Mr3. Charleson and Mrs. Yuengling
went down to Boundary Bay on Monday, and are the guests of Mrs. G. B.
Corbould.
��� *   ���
Dr. R. E. Walker, Miss Minna Walker, Mr. G. E. Corbould and Miss Corbould, left on Thursday for Seattle
where -Jhey will take the "City of
Seattle on the northern cruise to
Alaska, returning on August 5.
��� *   ���
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Coulthard left last Saturday via C. P. R. on the northern
trip to Alaska.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Gamble of Toronto, bas been
the guest of Mrs. Corbould for a few
days.
��� ���   ���
In a description in the Victoria
Times ot how the time waa passed
away by the passengers on the steamer Marama on her way from the Antipodes to Victoria and Vancouver,
the name of Miss Florence McLeod of
this city, Is mentioned as a prize-winner ln a fancy dress ball that took
place on board as part of a great gymkhana that was held after the ship
left Suva. The following is an ex-
cemt from the article:
"Aftefr leaving Suva a gymkhana
was organized, and for seven days the
contest ln quoits���bucket quoits, pin
quoits, and stake quoits���shuffle
board, and other deck sports waged
if one may be permitted to use a word
significant of anything so strenuous
for a time so absolutely care-free and
full of leisure.   -
The ladles were particularly expert
at these games, and also entered the
cricket matches with some success
this spprt ultimately, however, falling
entirely to the men. The Interest ln
*he events, from first to last, was as
keen as it usually is for more momentous and noisy games where the audience may be counted In thousands Instead of tens, and the fancy dress hall
with which the gymkhana concluded
was attended by nearly everyone.
Here Were seen some truly wonderful costumes, many of them made up
������t the curtains and pillow-shams of
the wearer's room, others being made
from assembled portions of such ste
wards' uniforms as were to be whee
died from these obliging people.
Tho prizes went to Mlss Ray, a
dashing Parisian, who, as a Spanish
<?ypsy, wore a very fascinating dress
which Just suited the role; and to
Mlss McLeod of New Westminster,
who appeared In the popular 'Sis Hopkins' dress."
��� ���   *
The Toronto Globe devotes an editorial to "A Blow at Five O'clock
Tea,"
The British constitution ia being
shaken to Its foundations. The Radicals bave been relegating the House
of Lords to the political lumber room;
the ladles have been pulling the noses
and slapping the faces of Cabinet
Ministers ln the name of equality;
and tbe domestics���abetted, It must
be admitted, by mlstreasea who know
better���have been "demonstrating"
against an Insurance Act that la
bound to prove of very great beneflt
to them.
And now comes King George himself and adds to Brltain'a topsyturvy-
dom by casting discredit upon another
Brltlsb institution far more potent
than the House of Lords���afternoon
ton
Tea ln the country Is an lnatltution,
In the city of London lt Is a rite. The
merchant ln his counting-room, the financier ln hla gilded office, the civil
servant who has not been able to escape to the club before 6 o'clock, suspend business while the lady secretary brews the tea and butters the
bread- Then wlth a solemnity that
freezes the smile of scorn on the lips
*f the outer bsrbarlan the sacred tea
la passed and the constitution saved.
The spectacle ot tens of thousands ot
men who are leaders ln the affairs of
the Anglo-Saxon world stopping busl-
aiihm**"'' bjh'Aiwvu B," 611 > Tait, Mar- ness in the middle of the afternoon to
Jorle M��� 608; Jackson, Margaret B.,, alp tea and munch crackers fills the
'no- Hinchlltt'e. Joseph B.. 604; Hen- colonial visitor With wonder, but he
derBon, Ruth, 688; McBachern, Erwln ston become* accustomed to lt, and,
lf his visits to England are frequent,
sometimes drops Into the habit himself.     '
A shadow falls upon the 6 o'clock
tea table. Twice lately has King
George declined his five o'clock, and
j society trembles.   Doctors
who declare that to take a heavy aft-
I ernoon tea betwen luncheon and dinner does a healthy young or middle-
aged person far more harm than good.
It is not the tea itself that Is harmful,
for there is nothing better than a cup
of tea a3 a refresher. What tho doctor objects to is sitting down in the
middle of tho afternoon and making
e. regular meal ci tea/ bread and but-
iter, sandwiches, caice, jam and pastry.
! So the iconoclastic king has good
-medical    support    for   his    crusade
I against four   meals   a   day.    Will   6
j o'clock tea survive the royal frown?
It may, but its position will never
again be an assured one. By and b.v
the Briton's mid-afternoon meal may
become only a survival lingering In
remote part3 of the country, and visiters from tlie outer Empire will be
shewn a 5 o'clock function in the city
as they are shown the beefeaters at
the Tower or the changing of the
guard cn the Vor-'* (""-arils parade.
���    ���    *
There was much disturbance caused
in one of the city hospitals recently
through the mysterious disappearance
of sn overcoat belonging to a visiting
physician. Every nook and corner
was searched and finally the services
of tbe police were requisitioned. One
it the patients had seen a visitor
walking away with a garment tallying
with the description of the missing
coat. This visitor was described as
being like unto Esau and having an
abundant head of hair.
The upshot was that the visitor was
ultimately confronted in his office by
the arm of the law. He had absent-
mindedly taken tbe coat away with
blm and had not discovered his mistake until ho came to hang it up on
the peg beside his own. Explanations
followed, and everyone was contented.
It le surmised, save perhaps the
nni<cpn--.n. who missed an important
arrest by so narrow a margin.
waa offered. When Informed that his
vessel was under seizure Capt. Carlson asserted that he was Inside the
limit he must have drifted iu during
the fog, and disclaimed Intention of
poaching.
Bearings were taken, and it was
i-e found I found that the Thelma was two and
a quarter miles off shore. The Thelma had 475 salmon on board. Capt
Carlson and crew of the Thelma, and
their vessel, whicli was kept fast' to
the Newington, was then taken to
Vancouver, where action for confiscation will be commenced.
A SaramerPrctector
igaiiist sucliillr.nsCholera r|J[
Hurl.us, Diarrhoea,
Cholera Infantum and
liiiiuiiicr. Complaint'��� a
protector in which yon
can safely place implicit
confidence���is
Na-Bni-Co
Extract of
i
Wild Strawberry
CompoDnd
In 35c. and 50c. bottles, at
yonr Druggist'*;
Kailoosl Drug M Chemical Co.
of Czcada, Limited. 212
FATAL AUTO SMASH.
Doctor Killed���Two Injured���Struck
bv Train.
Seattle,. July 26.���Dr. Edmund M.
Rinlnger, one of the most widely
known surgeons in the, Northwest,
was killed, and Miss Luella Davia, a
trained htfrse, whose parents reside in
St Paul, was probably fatally injuted
late yesterday, when Dr. Rlnlnger's
automobile was struck by a Tacoraa-
bound limited train on the Puget
Sound Electric Railway   at Riverton
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say:
To grade, pave, lay cement sidewalks, curbs, storm sewers, gutters,
drains, water mains, Instal electric
lighting systems and any other worn
contingent thereto on the following
streets:
Sixth Avenue from 4th to 6th street.
Sixth Street from 4th to 6th Avenue. *
Fifth Street from 3rd to 6 th Avenue.
Leopold Place from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
Queen's Avenue from lst to 6th
Street.
Sixth Street from Front to Columbia Street.
Regina Street from.- 1st to 4th
Street.
Fourth Street from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
McKenzie Street from Front Street
seven miles south   of Seattle.     Mls3 Ito Columbia Street.
Davis sustained a broken leg and was
injured internally. Dr. Rlnlnger's sister. Miss Olive Rinlnger, was also severely hurt, but will recover. K.
Brodnex, the chauffeur, escaped In-
Jury.
BETTE RPOSTAL 8ERVICE
Na-
Affects  Vancouver,  Victoria  and
naimo���Rural  Deliveries.
Ottawa, July 26.���The government
has arranged for an additional postal
?ervlce between Victoria and Vancouver and Nanaimo and Victoria.
Canadian people are realizing the
advantages of the system of rural
mail delivery.
Many applications are being received by the Post Office Department,
especially from Ontario.     There are
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
-And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to'the Council
In accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon tbe Eald works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice ts hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall.
Columbia Street. New Westminster, B
C, and that unless a petition against
the proposed works above mentioned
signed by a majority of the owners of
land or real property to   be as-
now 850 rural deliveries, 250 of thera
having been added in the past year. | the
The greater  number of  applications  sesBed or charged ln respect of such
come from Ontario, where most of the  works representing at least one-half
routes are now located.    Twenty-five   In value thereof is ^sented   to the
thousand delivery   boxes   have   been. Council within flfteen. dsvi from the
erected.
ANOTHER   POACHER.
Into
Seattle Schooner Thelma Towed
Esquimalt.
Victoria, July 26.���The fishery protection cruiser Newington has
brought Into Esquimalt harbor the
gasoline schooner Thelma of Tacoma.
a prize. The Thelma was seized on
Wednesday off Tsushiat. The poacher la the second captured by the Newington since Bhe entered service.
When the Newington came upon
the poacher through the mist, there
was confusion on the Thelma,' and'
Captain Carlson and his crew hurriedly worked to haul ln the. big purse
seine. The engine was dead, however,
ind escape was impossible.
The Newington steamed alongside
md Mr. Ledwell, fishery protection officer, went on board. No resistance
 1 "
date of the flrst' pubt'eatfon of th's
notice the Council will proceed with
the proposed improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment of the coat of such improvements as the Council may by bylaw ln
that behalf regulate and determine
and also to ma^e tbe said assessment.
Dated this 23rd day of July. 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON.
Acting City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication July 24th,
1912.   *
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr.' O. II. Rathbum Is not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.
Ltd. The publlc wlll kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co.. Ltd.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Columbia Street Improvement* (McNeely to 1 enth Street).
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion In which the assessment is made on per toot frontage.
Blk.   |Lot; Sub. Reaub.J
���'~+
Assessed Owner
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(Feet>[     Amt.
.
1 | i-'alch, K. J |
15 | (Holland & Wqlfenden '
16    Cunningham, Jas. '
17 I [Spon Kee et al '
18 ! Lam Tung Jack et al...	
19 I iBrymner, O. D l
20 I [Macnamara, Mary et al. '*���{
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66.00
66.00
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834.00
164.68
64.86
109.72
109.72
109.72
109.72
109.72
219.44
898.92
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Notice la hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Avseaament Bylaw assessing
the properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually for thirty years set opposite each Jot. and a Court of Revision for the
trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be
made will be held on Tuesday, the 13th day .of August, 1912, commencing
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at the Councll Chamber ln the City Hail, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such-intended assesment must be served upon the Clerk ot the Municipal Counctl at
least eight days prior to such   Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall. July 20th, 1912.     ���..;..��*.
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AS   OTHERS   SEE   US.
L the ��ilj realization   of but   one
fa<S fylM��b home to the Westminster public   through   the   present   la
���crosse sltuaTlon, good will   have   re-
8iiltetiPf?6rif the recent regrettable oc
, ��urreii'dffit'.'Ifi^lttt fact is the absolute
control, not only of sport news of this
cityj;-.;t(^f)ail lhe happenings of thif
city ar.d district by Vancouver,
vfrl-.af is Ae result?
Wc *epA<Juce  here  frcm   the  ('al
gary iiMfliug-^Albertan of July 24. a
report jcaic^ of. last Tuesday's   (neat
ing of the British Columbia Lacrosse
Association:   ,
-���-��.vj����m.;i��.     .     *
VatmUunur-gtrty   23.���The   British
ColuiahUkfiiacrosse Association "bus:
ed up" this evening with a beautiful
declaration in most unparPsmentary
language after a short meeting held
at the Elysium hotel. Westminster
withdrew from the league, and left
the meeting slamming the door behind them. Acting Mayor Wells Gray,
who led the five Royal City delegates,
told the meeting that they "could all
so to hell." and added a few trimmings. The end came suddenly following the passing of a resolution by
the majority vote of President Harry
Cowan. This resolution ordered that
the place of playing next Saturday's
game and the one scheduled for Sept.
14 should be exchanged."
\ we have outlined an ideal which may
not for many-years be realized, but
which, as it seems to us, in course of
time we are bound to approach. Uow
that, bo large a degree; ot public attention is being topusse'd upon the
matter, it may be convenient to amplify the outline.
The present constitution of the Empire is the result of a process of evolution, and thus far most admirably
has it served its purpose. But the
twentieth century will see changes.
In what direction? We may leave out
of account India, where autocratic
rule is bsst suited tor the circumstances and the genius <of tjie people,
and representative Institutions can-
riot safely be introduced for age3 to
come.' The crown colonies may also
be left out of account. Those portions
of the Empire must continue to be
governed Sife now; for a period extending beyond tha Jien .^5?^..��
But the self-governing dominions
are emerging into a nev/ status. Formerly they were1 governed as the
crown colonies are now���by thc
The account goes on to say that
M&nager Jone3 is going East, and
adds:
"It i3 expected that at frast two
eastern teams will be brought out to
play for the cup. Of course, no one
supposes that Westminster will be
idle all this time, and the Royal City
players may be sent East.
.^'Business and professional men are
��* jver the lacrosse situation
sing manner, nie quarrel
Thnve a serious effect on the
f.^xhi.bjtion to he held here
'Si.'Tlie flgfot is certainly on
"Vf   ' '    ' -,,' TfT*- I
�����    ��     ��:
At rrer.ent a very large proportion
of  the  people cf  Westminster,  while
railing  at^ .Vancouver,  and   asserting
Westminsters independence as a city,
depend   absolutely  upon  the.Vancouver picas  for accounts of the events
taking place   In their   own   city���the
paucity of which has at   times   been
the subject of comment in no loss a
place than the city council  chamber.
The   above   report   may   serve   to
.   show all 'now, not only are untrue re-
'���   ports sent out, but the fair name and
fame    of   this    city    is    besmirc'.ied
throughout thc length and breadth of
Canada by the association of the name
of her chief citizen with what readers outside of this immediate  district
must consider a very unparliamentary
meeting indeed.
In his capacity as manager of tlje
New Westminster Lacrosse team, Alderman Gray becomes Manager Gray
purely and simply, and it is the reverse of good manners���to say thp
least of It���that his position an acting mayor of this city should have
been dragged into this einbroglio.
The remedy for this state of affairs
Is in the hands of the people of Westminster, and  particularly In those, pf
its boatnem pen.    Tha spirit of pro-
ynvi si:r<Tj!,'(l:d not die after its last
marked' appearance in the passing of
the -rl rtnt bylaws.
4*"lw��ot tlrofl that full support wa.
rend :m. <1 to the press of lh',3 clty, so
ttyatf ji \)i;e course Westminster peo-
p.t* i:::-.y be provided \* 'Ah   up-to-date
WB&rtul) I'.tiws, not only < f their   pt t;
(Sit** but cf tto outside world?    In due
oouraB also the outside world in turn
may then  be  supplied  witli  correct
facts concerning ourselves   and   our
doings.
The only parallel for the present
���parlous state of things la tc hi found
in thf way in which for many years
pasl Canadian people have looked at
the happenings of the world through
American spectacles ��� their news
���coming through American sources.
Thuriesn.t .is plain to anyone who
Cjarcjsi ^o _lr.^!< ror it.
Today we aro far better furnished
wit^.,Canadian news und British news
thrbufcfrf Mnndiau sources Of informa-
wa* the case ten yoar.s ago.
3o much to hope that West-
$,ay keep on waking up to fc
1 ot where her best interest
their credit to a couple of railway
men, and the same legislators give little more than a passing thought to
teachers who are plugging away at almost starvation wages on �� greater
work than: railway building.
Some of our readers may be 'far-
prised to learn that at- the last session
,of the Dominion Parliament, the legislators, on the advice of the' Borden
Government, voted $6,000,000 cash as
a bonus to a couple of men. Had
parliament been asked for $100,000 to
supplement the salaries of Canadian
rural school teachers, the members
would certainly have halted, and wondered whether the country could
stand the expenditure.���Winnipeg Tribune.
THE SALMONvRUN
'i i *   -'
���Yes-
retary of state for the colonies, who
was one of a cabinet, which was a
committee of the; British parliament.
But the time is coming when Canada
for instance, will equal the mother
country in population and wealth. So
mav confederated Australia. So may
confederated South Africa. Eventually, a new relation must arise between
such dominions and the Imperial par
liament. That relation will consist
In a parity of parliaments.
Seme day, we incline to think, the
British parliament will confine its attention to the British Isles. Its especial sphere will be in the Internal af
fairs cf England, Scotland. Ireland
(barring home rule.L and Wales. It is
already overweighted with business.
There may bo decentralization In the
line of conferring further powers upon county councils, but tbe mother of
parliaments will always have plenty
to do. On a level with1' the British
parliament will Btand the parliament
of every self-governing dominion,
whether confederated or not. and
therefcre. including New Zealand and
Newfoundland. A supreme tribunal
will be formed which will- be especially In charge cf the foreign affaii-3
of the Empire. In that tribunal the
dominions will be represented on
some equitable banis���perhaps in tlje
ratio of population, perhaps in the
ratio of their voluntary contributions
towards Empire defense. At first the
share rf Canada or Australia will be
very slight. But there will be room
for growth, and eventually Cauada
will at least equal the mother country. Possihly Ottawa rather than Bon-
don will become the center of gravity
of the wliole Empire.. In that far-distant era. or before it. the control   of
Cslners Are Not Doing so Well
.terday's.. Report.
The ninth daily r^pbrt of the B..'/��,
Canna^' association records a sharj)
falling off in the total number   of sal-
sec- I mon cafight during the past two days.
This is accounted for, especially in
the river, by the fact that tho seiners
at the mouth have about cleaned-up
the present catch and nothing startling is expected until Sunday evening, when the boats and fishermen
will have had a twenty-four hour rest.
Yesterday's report is as follows:
Bellingham, 7000 sockeyes; .Ana-
cortes, did not lift traps; Imperial
2300 sockeyes; Brunswick. 1000 sock
eyes; Ewen's. 750 sockeyes; Scottis'
Canadian, 1400 sockeyes; Terra Nova
3000 sockeyes; St. Mungo, line out cl
order; Phoenix, 2500 sockeyes.
DREADNOUGHTS AS
CANADIAN SHARE ?
(Continued from page one)
DEFENCE.
'fit courbc,, 11 must be to
r to find Ui" views of
now for,the first time ap-
.closcly It) accord  are with
respect to'the futnro of the
great effect in ensuring peace.
By that means the ties binding the
Motherland aud Canada would be sr
strengthened that the world would
see that if any difficulty should arise
they would have to deal with the
Motherland, supported by the strong
arm of her possessions in other partn
of the world. (Cheers).
The Times' correspondent, tele
graphing frcm Wellington, gives a'
extract from the Post which declare.-
New Zealand's present contribution tc
be utterly inadequate, and say3 sentiment ls growing that it is wrong in
kind. -Undivided control cf the Imperial navy is essential. Local provision for local units is compatible with I
this. Except through responsibility j
ahd help derived each from its own
administration, the scattered detno-
eracles'of the empire are not likely to
face the question fairly and make the
necessary sacrifices. It urges the gov
ernment not to imitate its predecessors by maintaining silence towards
Mr. Winston Churchill's appeal.
The Daily Mail's parliamentary cor-
-"s-.ondent    declares    that   tt is   an
open secret that the Canadian Premier, Mr R.  ti. Borden, and   his   col
leagues ore prepared   to   recopimend
the contribution of $3ft.<WX>.��00-to b*ild j
confidence   thej threr; Dreadnoughts, 'butthat riolHJn$ j
c-.n bo announced until the ministers 1
return to Canada.
The Daily Mail believes that this
knowledge influenced the British Government in preparing the recent naval
estimates, and that Sir Edward Grey
had it in mind when he eald in the
House of Commons yesttfrday tha:
"there were forces at work whic'.i
would Influence the expenditure C
armaments."
An Interesting suggestion is ma;lc
in an editorial In the Times today a?
follows:
"It would be unbecoming for Premier Borden to announce his policy
in so lar?e and momentous a matter
anywhere but in Canadian Parliament.
Few things that we can suppose could
more surely deepen the effect of his
statement when lt come3 and do
more to knit yet more closely the ties
which his visit here and hla conferences with British ministers have
done so much to strengthen than a
return visit to the Dominion of two or
three of the statesmen with whom he
lias taken counsel in Whitehall. TH;
Prime Minister and the first lord of
  the admiralty have been to seo with
The duties of a daify'v journal are
many. Of late sevefral 'requests have
been made thai The Tribune take'up
the question of prppct'.remuneration
for bc'.icoI teachers throughout the
country. It is an Important question
Next to the father* and mothers the
school teachers have most to do with
the training of our children, and tri
them we entrust almost entirely the
education of our children. These
gnat   servants   cf   the   public  are    iii
deed poorly raid*, and yet thev are the
���mch'. Important Bcrtanta,    The value
of g good school teacher, devoted   i<
his or her   v.'Qrtj,  i.i   j-.-.-'v.���'��� -rs.      Our
fathers ar.d mothers rtw ready to ben
t itlmc ��� y t'i thai f^'ct.
Throughout cur Dominion   we   flu"
the same; gn'i; grievance, "underpi'i1
teachers."   'ihe Ottawa Journal says
"A  hand of   Scotch   teachers has   a;-
rived in Canada, thirty Btrong, to take
a look at this country.    The country
will  Impress  them;   but' we   doubt if
they will be Impressed by the salnrie.-
our School teachers get.   In the cities
the conditions are niyt so bad; but outside of Die cites and towns, we doubt
if school teachers in Canada average
as good   wages   .as. (\e ��� day  laborers.
Perhaps the ca&ydH regarda tho
amount cf salary ts not better In
Great Britain: but it cannot be >yorse
while on the other hand, the cost of
living It not as great.  1
The Montreal Star remarks. "There
is no doubt that we ask altogether too
much of our teachers; and that we do
not pay them enough. They are doing
the.most important wojrk, fh.it Is belug
done in the Dominion today. They are
moulding the citizens of the future,
on whom will depend/the. form to be
taken by our national development.
Yet we pay them salaries which we
would be ashamed, to offer a carpenter,' and which he would reject with
contumely if we did make  the offer."
The builders of character ln rural
Canada receive, in Ihe aggregate, pro
bably less than the toodcurrlers In our
cities.
Canad'an provlijffel, to sav nothing
Dominion   Gorrernmiint, have  Coldicott Blk.    Ea��t Bumafcjr Colum
India will be transferred from the
British parliament to the Imperial
council.
This  mav  seem   an   unsubstantial
dream.     Through   the   telescope    of
faith it senis very real.   Really it   is-
but thc logical result of a process al
ready begun.     There    la   i'o\v,���b3'n"
held, from time to time, ���-'conference
of colonial premiers.      At overy 6nch
conference! and even on sueh an oc-
caaton, a* Mt. Bor<l��si'��'-preBont visit,
therefore revealed  lm <
-vi\stene3    ef  British   foreign   pollcy
Ths    Im] er';.'.    ga :. jtaekt   in  every
nossible   way consults  eclonial   opinion.    The. admiralty, in Us plans for
the augmenting of sea power, bends
to that opinion. The moment the overseas dominions are prepared to share
materially In the burdens of Imperial
defense,   this   deference   to   colonial
opinion, and this endeavor toward cooperation, will increase.   The ideal is
reallv forming itself.
All that is needed ls a continuation
of the process of Imperial evolution.
Co-ordination will come when we are
prepared for it. In the meantime we
can do riuch as we.are. A gift of
two Dreadnonght3 to the Imperial
fleet would be but the partial payment cf a debt Ir>hg overdue, let u.s
not bo nerve-' rj vnncrlv about representation. All we are entitled tc of
that will come for the asking. The
new developmentb will be .both facile
anc)%permanent, because natnyal and
spontoneous all arjWftdV���- Hamilton
Spectator. "'   ���
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their own eyes the position in the
I Mediterranean, and we doubt not they
I'.iave learned much by their visit.
Could not Premier Asquith und Mr.
Churchill devote part of the coming
recess to a visit to Canada? We are
confident that such a step would be
taken by all the world as marking a
new date in the annals of tha empire.':
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
LACROSSE TANGLE
Salmon Bellies Will Appear at Queens
Park���Green Shirts May Stay in
Vancouver.
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tl      >A      V&*ln      t.
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i     It.  looks as  If the  fatas AM'f *%-
11 cided there should be no game this
afternoon between the two teams in
the B. C. Lacrosse league.   The Vancouver team, or rather Its manage-
ment,  are sticking  to  their decision
? that  it was  perfectly  legitimate    to
^ change the schedule of   the   season
m around, and, It ls said, will fleld their
. tea*"on Recreation park this after-
*i noo��'at 3 o'clock and    pass   through
the ceremonies  of  shoving th'e  ball
Into the net, thua claiming the game.
However,    the   Westminster   team
will have a little say in the matter
and promptly at 3 o'clock the Salmon
Bellies will trot out at Queens park
this afternoon and duplicate the feat
of the Green Shirts.   Just, how   the
matter will end remains a mystery to
the most ardent fan.
Up to a late hour last evening no
word had been received of the doings
of the commission with regard to the
protest sent In by the secretary of
the Westminster club.
Among some of the fans a strong
notion prevails that perhaps the Vancouver team' may try and spring a
surprise on the Salmon Bellies by appearing in full strength at the local
park. This, however, has been fujly
figured out by Manag'er Gray, and* the
boys wlll be prepared for any such
move as this.
Any fan who tours towards Queens
park with this Idea will be treated to
a good afternoon's sport anyway, as
the Moose and' the Millside nines
lock horns on the park diamond.
Comment
on Sport
The following article culled from
the sport columns of the Ottawa Journal, should be of Interest to local people following the rumpus caused by
the Westminster and Vancouver
teams in the lacrosse league. The
article ln question plays lacrosse
against   baseball,   although   local   la-
?h��!Se,fa"8 appear t0 have Bn inkling
tnat all the Vancouver papers are
working both baseball and lacrosse in
a vt&y partial.p Vancouver eyes:
^^A^lfeb-rX 8jQUAR|| DEAL
The great amount of space whicli
some daily newspapers are now giv
tof to baseball is causing comment by
many people. Baseball ls undoubtedly very popular, and deserves a lot of
newspaper attention, but when every
Issue of a paper contains many columns of baseball writing, while lacrosse, the national,gaine, is dismissed with a few paragraphs, criticism is
natural. Another thing. Rows and
troubles occur in baseball, but in some
quarters are very gingerly treated,
while on the contrary no opportunity
it lost to advertise occasional rough
play in lacrosse as "dirty" and "brutal," and to handle the episodes as If
they were characteristic of the whole
game.
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MOOSE SEEM TO
BE INVINCIBLE
Turn Tables on Maple Leafs by Eight
Runs to Nothintj���Dull Came
Results^
In a listless game, the Moose ran
rampant over the Maplp Loafs, defeating them 8-0. Horn wa3 on the
mound for the herd and only allowed
one safe hit.. Lewis essayed.to do
the twirling for the I.oni*, but waB
found for eeveral safe hits, aud together with a gala.vy cf errors, runs
came thick aand faBt.
In the llfth Lewis Wa3 derricked ln
favor of Bill Sayce, who appeared to
he more steidy than his predecessor.
Sinclair, on aecond, wa3 a disappointment. He allowed -several- paipalije
errors to slip hy him.
The Moose slipped four runs across
the plate in the first, Curran and
Chaput cracking out two safe hit3,
both reaching second. Jameson, of
the Leafs, got a rude jolt while sliding to second, and was carried off
the field. He recovered later, however, although Ills tongue was badly
damaged when colliding with: the
baseman.
Sid Malcolmson acted the part of
Mr. limps and while some of hla decisions were a little raw to part, of
the crowd, ho kept things moving at
a fair pace.
This may be merely accidental, or
due to lop-sided judgment, but an un
fortunate coincidence Is that a num
ber of the newspaper men employed
in the sport departments of Canadian
newspapers are financially interested
in baseball clubs���and that some of
the newspapers which show the great-
eat favor to baseball happen to be
those whose sporting editors are making money out of the baseball franchises.
This would be all well and ��� good
providing the national game received
its fair share of attention, but it does
not. It should get fair play. The
management of> the Capital Lacrosse
Club is of the opinion that both baseball and lacrosse can get along in Ottawa without either sport having to go
to the wall for the beneflt of the
other. And there are many others
who think that the two sports might
prosper, together as they do In other
Cities of Canada.
The Journal has given both the Ottawa Baseball Club and the Capital
Larrosse Club a square deal although
as a Canadian, the sympathies cf the
sport writers would incline to Can-
ad'B national game.
i	
Now, if the matter is to come down
to a question cf choosing between lacrosse, played by Ottawa boys, all
Canadians, against baseball, played
by Americans without a single player
on the team who has ever resided in
Canada before this season, there
should be no difficulty for the sport
followers of this city in deciding.
Y. M.C. A. MEET
Officials Chosen for Monday, Wednesday and Friday's" Events.
The officials iwho will- have charge
of ��� tho V. ,|J, C A.. allelic meets
which wlll be held next Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights at Queens
park are as fallows:
Games committee, C. Goodwin, A.
Oxenbury, G. Whitaker, J. Horn, J.
Hoult and Dr. MacDonald; referee, G.
I. "Sovereign; honorary Judge, W. J.
Kerr; starter, Dr. H. W. Jakeman;
judges. T. J. Trapp, J. I). Kennedy, P.
W. Luce, Rev. J. 8. Henderson, Dr.
Wilson, W. Anderson, P. J. Williams,
Dr, McEwen; timekeepers, H. Ryall,
J. C. Cameron, J. E. Gray, T. Mahoney
nnd w. Olfford: scorers. R. Hudson
and G. Caydzlen; announcer, A. 8.
Mills; Tlerk of course, A. Oxenbury.
The events are scheduled to start
at 7 p.m. sharp.
ABATTLE  ROYAL
Slated for Today���Moose and Millside
Meet.
The bnieball battle of the season
wlll be pulled on" at Queens park this
afternoon when the, Ftjafeer,tyills and
the Moose come together.
Some few weeks ago. the French-
ca^d'tm boyB bested the herd on the
Mllfslde diamond, and ever since
then the champs of the city league
hare been smarting to get their own
back. Horn will be on the mound for
the Moose with Dwyer aa.hla partner.
The Mill boys wlll doubtless trot
out the Follman battery to thc gaze
of the Brbwd, and everything points
to a battle "royal:-
The game is scheduled to start .at
3 o'clock shars. ������
tfuRNifcioKiihtJ 'BbuT
Saskatoon. Sask., frilly *M.���At a
meeting of the police commissioners
held hero today lt War dee'ded that
they had no power to interfere with
the Bomij-RlcWd bout as long as It
was advertised as a boxing exhibition, which la the case, and accord-
' lug)'' they will take no steti* In the
""ttli'wW' tho%0i of tftil r��?M*?'
Hon adopted by the city council ou
Monday. The aldermen ref��""'"d ��'"'
matter to the poUM'dommlsslpners
to stop it lf possible.
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��� .    / BASEBALL. *%
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Northwestern League.'    *
Vancouver, July 26.���Spokane again
fell a victim to the redoubtable
Bcaverj today by a score of 7-3. Vancouver p::iyed errorless ball throughout, anu although Willis allowed nine
hits, they were scattered for the most
part. Kraft pitched good ball, but the
hits were bunched ln the second and
third innings.   The score:
R. H. E.
Vancouver i 7    8   0
Spokan -i 3   9    1
Batteries:    Willis and Lewia: Kraft
d OstdicK.
Ai facb.ua��� R. H. E.
Portend     v **.'��� 3 10   3
Tacoma    .     6 11   2
Bi tturles: Bloomfleld, Doty and
Harris: Ciger nnd LaLonge.      - ...
At.Mctorla-- .   R.H.E.
geittl. 8 13   1
Vir tori m.,*. 6   9   2
tiiit'tfrrl s: ,. Gordon, Schneider and
Whnllng;   Narveson and Meek.
* National League.
At New v rk-t-
Chlcago  	
New York  i.' .'. ������
Batterlei.:    Reulbach   and
Mathewso%,and Meyers.
At ^Brooklyn���
Otncinnal'  .��� ���  ���
Brcoklyb  *****
Hatteries:    Davis,, Keefc,
and Clarke; Curtis, JiagioB( and H'ller,
At Philadelphia��� R- H. E.
Pittsburg   '������������������ 1 J   0
Philadelphia  < 10    l
Batteries:      Adams,   O'Toole   and
Gibson; Moore and Kllllfer.
. St. Louis-Boston game   postponed;
St. Louis delayed en route.
R. H. E.
4    7    0
3 9    2
Archer;
R. H". E.
4 7 1
9 11 V
Benton
104TH REGIMENT
Con
for^ancoUVer.      j ��o��.
! (Via dehtral Part) tft 5 ani 5:45
a.m, and every 15 minutes thet'eafter
until o p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., laat car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���ait 6, 7, 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter
(Via Burnaby) at &:45, 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m.
aad late car at 11:30 pjn. Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Ebnroej at 7
a.m., with hourly service until II p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8 aum, regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY OWE."
For Chilliwack and way paints at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10 p.nu For
Huntingdon and way point* 4:05> p.m.
"a*   ���>���-   WEEK ENO> ev.*
excursion;
i l.ll
Reduced rates are tfftered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all po!nt8 on the division.
Tickets for these social excursions are on aale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
*     '
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE. THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
> .
���woeai. -
THE
WESTMINSTER TRUST
. & SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LTUT
J. J. JONES, Managing 6ireptor.
Head Office:  28 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
The Bank of Vancouver
Al
A genera^ banking business transacted, drafts and lettera.pf credit
all bP*dfc *" *artS ��f the WOrW'   Savinss bank ^Par^Pnt ��*
-^ SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO-w
BANKING BY MAIL
1 ��� ���   '   "
New Westminster Brand, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
;.i D. D. WILSON, Manager.
GIFTS FOR MOOSE JAW
Will
Become  Grain   Inspecting   Point
and Have New Hall.
Moose Jaw, Sask., July 26.���That
this city will be made a grain inspection point and receive a new Immigration hall, was the news brought
back to Moose Jaw by J. H. Wellington, formerly M. L. A. for the city in
the provincial parliament, and Dr.
Wheeler, who returned today from
Winnipeg, where they Interviewed
Hon. Robert Rogers, minister of the
interior. The immigration hall will
take the shape of the usual institution on large lines, but will alsq, at
the instigation of the board of trade,
combine the uses of au information
bureau.
The positive assurance was given
that ail that remained to. establish
this as a grain inspecting point was
the.arrangement of departmental details.
MAP  OF  ALBERTA.
Showing Homesteads Now Ready
for  Distribution.
A publication which should prov^ of
value to every person interested Ak
tbe progress ot Western' Canada1; IS
new ueaig prepared In the Railway
Lands Branch of the Department? of
the Interior. This interesting compil-
,n -nicn is being issued by separate provinces shows ln a most graphic
way the land situation up to the be
^.lining of the present year and Is
nown as the Homestead Map of the
Three Prairie Provinces.   Tne Alberta
i ct fi the r bl'cation ls now avail-,
able for free distribution.
Nothing conveys So forcibly to the
eye uie iapid manner in Which'Western Canada ls being settled as ,does
*-**t*, r-qp cf many colors Illustrating
as it doeB by a comparatively simple
system of coloring the land situation
up to the beginning of the present
year.
Irrespective of the Information with
respect to lands whlcn have been
homesteaded and otherwise disposed
ot. the publication contains complete
Information with respect to Indian re
serves, timber berths, graalng leases,
postofflces, railways, topography, etc.
Like so many of the publications of
the Department of the Interior this
latest addition to the list is being distributed free of charge. Copies may
be obtained upon application to the
Superintendent of Railway Lands, Department of the Interior, OtUlwa. ���
S5
ifflWM
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
Preparing fcr   Duke���Smoking
cert 8trng Arranond..
The athletic committee of tha 104th
������outwent in rhwinlnit n bl(|t Umo ok-
August 8 when a smoker will be held
In the drill ha\\ Of the loeal armoury
A gbod program Is being' prepared
and both offltws anA m��U�� are yt*rV
lng hnrA to give a good send off to
the drill season.
This will bn*'n en* 1'or than usual
on account of the visit *of His Royal
MIghness. the Governor 0<>nertl. The.
IttonV'ftiltltla I���* are nlann'n^ to
">ake a c��l"hratlon when th<* distinguished visitor Arrives In JtaJtaYftl
P* .. .._:
ELECTION iRIBfeRflp !
Alberta M*-.*��t*a. 8tat Will, Be Pro-
tn-trti For��hwKh.
T*thbf;d~n   Mta.. Julv 8B-"-T����t1be
Section nf "on- M.McpH MacKanj-ie
In the Claresholm dtstrlnt frovtd *J)#-
nmtaated on the arounds W bribery
itA Corruption, wns'.'the. Information
'-Iveh "nt hst'evening.       .
. A'Vteot'ive hit been rt ^o-k   for
��i��vorpl dn,v�� In tlie VlclnKv of ffttnrim
p.rrt it is Mlpire.d he secured sufficient
evidence tonnseat the member.   Thai
paperB must be flled by Monday next
The Act Beautiful
ALSACE & LORRAINE
Magnificent   Wardrobe   and
'Grand    Scenery,    Combined
with Art and Refinement. '
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Singers and Dancers.
- Al GERARD
on SatuMay will buy you any $35, $38'; or
$40 Suit in the shop.   Only a fqw of the
$38 and: $40 ones left,
hand-tailored garments,
every respect v
Monolcgulst.
NEW PHOTO PLAYS
The Kltjd that Cqn Be Seen
Only "lit fhls-Theatre.
These arq strictly;
guaranteed *m^
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LOOk IN THE POCKET OR SLEEVE FOR MAKER'S
PRICE. AND NOTE m�� SAVING THAT YOU MAKE
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10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
1        "���Smart Apparel
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WESTMINSTEE DAILY NEWS
8ATURDAY, JULV 27, 1912.
NEW    WE8TMINSTER    MAIL
Unlval: Closing
10:60���Vancouver  via O.  N. R.
 23:00
11:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).ll:lf.
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
M:��0���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .20:3.
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Priday   .- 14:00
B 7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
" (dally except Sunday) .ll.lf
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).it: If
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and   ,
Friday)       ..% 14i0(
18:00���Edmonds    (daily   except
Sunday)  16:00
16:16���Crescent, WWts Rock and
Blaine i dally except
Sunday) 9:46
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
eti.. (dally except Sunday)  23:0''
16:16���Hall's Pralrle, Fern KIdge
and Hazlemere (Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday      9:4?
16:15���United States via Q. N. R.
(dally excent Sunday)..16:0'
9:2f���AH   joints eaat and   Europe  (dally)      7:4.r
22:10���All   joints   east and Eu
^^^^"rope (dally)
9:26���Sapperton     and
Mills      daily
Sunday)   .....
15:30���Sapperton   "and
Mills     (daily
Sunday)   	
9: ?6���Coquitlam  (dally
Sunday.)	
.14:IF
Fraser
except
r:t:
points
for
JMotbers
-i.
Fraser
except
 1
except
.14:1?
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.11
10:00���Ladner, Port Oulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   H:3t
13:00���Eaat Burnaby (dally except Sunday)   13:0(
10:00���Tlmberland (Tueaday and
Friday)   13:3C
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:3(
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday) 14:30
16: *5���Vancouver, jpiper'B Siding via O: N. R.
(dally except 8unday)..i4:2(
11:20���cfoverdaltf ind Part Kells
via O. N. RV lAttUf exeept  Sunday). ..14:0i
1 -.iO-rllnlted Mates vta Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)      9 41
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday aud Sut-
day 14:0(
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehana, a idergro ve, Otter., Shortreed, Surrey
C��ntre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley "Pralrle. M array vllle,
j Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Hellerose. via B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)        9:0(
11:20��� Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B C. E. It. (dally
except Sunday)   17:3'
20:40���Cloverdale   via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:3(
2:00���Fraser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista    ......   ..23:00
11:20���Rand. Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:4<v -Chilliwack via IJ, C. E. R.
doily except Sunday). 17.30
Teach Household Duties.
It behooves mothers to leach tbeir
daughters the commonest requisites of
a good housek(,V[ier. Tbe culinary art
is perhaps the most essential. After
thut comes sewing, then sweeping und
dusting uud, last, bedmaking.
TO most children it is joy without
end to'mess around in the kitchen,
making candies nnd sheets of all
kinds. It Is therefore a simple task to
turn their Inclinations toward greater
nccomplisbmeuts along tbe same lines.
The little girl wbo loved mud pies at
throe or fouj would delight In making
tbe real thing at nine or teu lf someone
would ouly tench her. Cooking has a
fascination for mu|t of tbe feminine
sex from the njje of three, wben their
ba kins Is done by the sun and their
materials supplied by the mud of the
streets, to the time when they luy
down their last utensil. Wby not turn
this undeniable fascination to practical
account?
To children It will come ns a most
charming game, but in the meantime
the game is teaching them things that
may prove well for them to know. In
playing this game, however, u mother
must take enre not to tire tbe child of
Its delight, for If it once palls on her
(he little girl v��\vili not cure to play
again.
The  flrst  time she  may  make  the
dough for tbe bread or cake or pie b.v j
herself, theu let the cook or tbe moth- j
er finish the task!   The next time sbe
will want to see It to a finish herself.
Most children take naturally to the
otber forms of housework too. A
small broom nud a diminutive brush
and dustpan will give many little girls
great amusement. The way to clean
a room thoroughly can be taught
gradually while tbe child ls playing
wltb these most practical toys.
Bedmaking. too. comes easy to tbe
small mother of a large family. The
real mother should show the child bow
tbe little bed should be aired when
the doll ftrst u rises. Then after un
hour's Hiring (cut down to live minutes for child's play i sbe should show
tbe little girl tbe exact way lu wbicb
the sheets should be smoothed, the
covers adjusted uud the counterpane
spreud over all.
These Instructions begun In play tfill
come us an invaluable aid lu after life.
OWNER will consider
HighestJCash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,"". Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
Sole ajrent for
Hire's Root  Beer
Mineral Waters,'" Aerated Waters
K'unuractured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone   f   113   Office:   Prions*  81
QWestmlnst >r }
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone  137
Begb'e Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
f
Liffhlaad Heavy Hauling
OFPICB���TPAM   ..EPOT.
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
A  Substitute   For  "Mother  Goose."
How dear to the heart are the
rimes of our childhood! And yet bow
many mothers ever thougnt tbat tbe
rimes of great poets migbt be substl
tuted tor tbose of "Mother Goose" to
just us good effect, as far aa amuse
ment goes, and to fnr better advantage
with regard to the training of the
mind?
After all. it ts only tbe rhythm tbut
attracts tbe lufaut attention at tlrst.
Tbe sense ot the words come ufter
much repetition It la tbe rhythm of
tbe "Mother Goose" Jingles that eu
dears tbem to tbe juvenile heart.
Substitute, tbeu. for "Jack aud .1111'
aud "Old Mother Hubbard" something
wltb tbe same fascinating rhythm uud
witb a little story beside*. The little
listener Trill enjoy it with attention
quite as rapt ue that he bestows ou
tbe ubove mentioned nursery tales.
Take, for Instance, sucb poems as
Longfellow's."The Wreck of tbe He*
perus" and "The Village Blacksmith."
There uever was u child wbo has not
loved these beautiful poems. Substl
ime sucb' poems as these for "Little
Jack Horner" ond "Jack Spratt'* uud
tbe latter wlll never be missed.
It ls really very easy to Instill In a
child's mind tbe love of beautiful
lyrics, and every mother siiould make
the attempt at least Surely none of
tbe "Mother Ooose" rimes have the
swing and tbe simplicity of "Tbe VII
lime Blucksmttb." and If a child will
take naturally to classics sucb us these
they are far preferable to tbe nursery
rlraes of our childhood.
Popular Amuiimint
A delightful way to umuse children
anl Incidentally their puretitB. Is b.v
Illustrating a fairy atory. the title ot
whk li Is guessed by those watching
tbe performance.
Select a simple, well known story
and divide It Into short parts or nets
Then let the children act the rations
parts In dumb show, usIiik gestures
without speech, which are not hard
to tench very small children.
The Idea Is a good one for bazaars
or school entertainments wbere a pub
lie performance can be tbe climax or
several rehearsals,, ...
If possible dresa tbe little actors tn
costume und let tbe performance be
given to tbe accompaniment ot sugges
tive music that wlll belp them to make
the right gestures at the proper time
Without having to think of linen to
recite children Ipnrn positions and geH
tures very quickly.
Select tbose children'who are quick
to learn and bore active Imaginations.
Read tbc Btory you wish to present
over and over to thera in Ita entirety,
then cast tbe parts according to tbe
utilllty of the children u'nd direct tbem
how \nA when to stand, sit or walk
���lud what gestures to make to Illustrate
the various ucts.
The story can be read by an older
person while it Is being Illustrated by
certain scenes, orflrou can aelect a poem
anliable for children to Illustrate while
it Is belug r��i ited by a clever eiocuUon-
Ul  .__	
NURSERY WALLS.
f tint That Can Be Washed Regularly
Is Batter Than Paper.
A case of 111 health for which there
was uo apparent cause was recently
traced by the physician to the presence
ol arsenic lu tbe wall paper, and he
said tbat it was not the tlrst case of
the kind he had had. trouble being
most likely to arise lu the nursery or
bedroom, wbere so many hours are
spent
Many landlords, owners of bouses.
Insist on cheap wall papers above tbe
dining room floor, and it ls not universally known that many of the cheap
wall papers count arsenic ln a somewhat;' large percentage among tbeir
constituent properties. Tbe constant
inhalation of this drug cannot fail to
affect unfavorably tbe Inhabitants of
rooms so papered. A languid, lifeless,
wretched feeling, ascribed to malaria
or grip und treated with remedies for
eacb ailment, may be due to the presence'of tbis noxious drug in tbe wall
paper.
Papers for bedrooms and nurseries
should be chosen with especial care.
It is really betfer to have the walla
painted some pretty tint and ornamented with a dado for the nursery of anl-.
mals cut out and pasted on. The advantage of a painted wall Is that tt
can be washed down once a week and
rendered thorough)?, antlseptlcally
clean. Germs cannot lurk on such a
wall so treated. The ceiling of a nursery should be caicit��,'ned. not puper-
ed. If your cbildreo are to escape many
petty aliments.        ���
ITALY'S LUCKY TRAMPS.
The State Shelter* Than* and Ford snd
Drink Com* Easy.
Assuredly  tbe trump in  Italy  Is a
I man to be envied! Save for a com to
hls back und shoes to bis feet tliere
sre few, things wbicb he need worry
about us be passes from village to vII-
{ luge In that country of blue skies and
: sunshine.     Food   he  can   Und   iu  the
! rlneynrds and on the tig trees, drink is
obtainable almost for nothing, so pleu-
| (iful Is wine, and shelter ls provided
for lilm grutls by a benevolent government.
"I was often structt during my recent journey tri northern Italy by tbe
delightful public dormitories "which afq;
erected   liy   lhe   roadsides   throughout
: Ihe country, especially In tlie valleys
leading frdm tlie Mediterranean coast
to the bill towns of l.tgill'ln.
I visited a dorniltorio publico on the
j highway near Cnmporosso. in the Ner-
viu valley, nnd surely no wayfarer
could desire a more charming rpstlng
place. The authorities huve placed It
under the shade of the olive trees, so
that, however hot the sun may be.
itbe footsore traveler can obtain his
much needed siesta In a perfectly cool
place. It looked so attractive, standing there In the shade, tbut I m.welf
was almost templed lo escape from the
sunshine and seek refuge beneath its
hospitable roof."���Wide World Magazine.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
,    PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. AU work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Koom ti, Merchant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715.
Plaiting In ��;.r.>g Models.
One or two of the couturiers hnve Introduced pleatlngs In tbeir spring models.    Tbis rather pronounced frock  ts
a bint that tbe straight skirt line la
SCOTCH TERRIERS.
Their Origin and the Conditiona That
Mat-j Them a Necessity.
In ancient times each district in the
highlands bad Its "todhunter." whose
duly it was lo see carefully to it Itfot
the I hen flourishing firm of fox, otter
and compnny did not do it too prosperous husiness In lamb aud poultry.
Sometimes these I otl hunters were of
"the laird's men," sometimes they were
supported by the whole community of
small farmers and grazers, but always
ihey were local dignitaries. Tbere w;as
honor and considerable profit ln tbeir
otlice. aud in time it came to be more
or less hereditary. Their duty was
simple. They waged a war of extermination agalnsl ihe vermin, which, however, was a very different matter from
the good old English sport of fox hunting.
In tbe rough country horse nnd
hound would bit re.' been worse than
useless, aud Kcyngrd made bis den In
such rocky ground that he could not lie
dug out. The sole solution was n dog
small enough lo follow the fox or otter
or badger or wild cat Into his lair,
i strong enough to bring bim out dead or
alive und game enough to do both. A
dog developed from ibis necessity, and
that dog was the ancestor of Ibe present day Scottish terrier. - William
Haynes iu Outing.     ,
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
834���Meets in K. of P. Hail, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second und
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator;'-J.' J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary. ;
 ; ! 1_��	
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid  up $6,200,000
Reaerve  7.200,000
Tbe Bank hae over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacnic,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
alao in Porto Rico, Bahamaa.
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts lasued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities In the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodgt
No. 27, I. O. O. F., Is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Kel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brother"
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitois, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070
Adam Smith Johnston and Fran!
Alexander Jackson.
J.    STILWELL CLUTE,    barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl
Bnd  McKenzie streeta.  New   Weat
minster, B. C.   P. O. Box 112.   Tele
phone 710.
. P HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, fill Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrle
ters und Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. PO
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND Accountant. P. O. .Box 784. Phone 1066.
H J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
FROCK   OF ACOOKDION FLAITKO   CHIFFON,
passing. The tunic of accordion plaited chiffon looped over a trailing nkirt
with ko*ts of ribbon Is decidedly an
Innovation Tbe set tn sleeve, and
natural Waist line are also evidence*
of a new fashion standard.
Water at Meal*.
There Is a very popular fallacy
abroad��� namely, that a person should
never drink water with bis meals.
There is one and only one danger In
this. Thnt Is the temptation to wash
down ha|| masticated food with water.
Tbere If one dlstiiv-t udvuutage ln Ihe
digestion of food wbeu water ls taken
wltb tbe meals. As food Is swallowed
it goes to the stomach In a lump ubout
the consistency of a bread dressing.
One can see that It requires a great
length of time for the digestive Juices
to penetrate the mass and come in
} contact with the food particles, if tbe
food Is diluted with water tbe digestive Juices can easily have accesa to It.
In this nnd In other wnys wnter keeps
the digestive tract clean. If people
drank enough water there would be uo
operations for appendicitis.���Kansas
Industrialist
Something Dainty In Cretonne*.
Paring the spring cleaning, which Is
upon u��. the question of new cretonnes
and their Jf Ind red fabrics for loose cuv-
r kl
smu
ers uud s An mer curtains ts one tbat Is
*-t*ry inurii to tbe fore. The marked
feellna ot the moment for soft grays
und miiuves as dominant notes In lbe
new color schemes finds admirable expression In a great variety of ways.
Theft1 is. fur example, a double width
cretonne uf fascinating coloring, in
which    beautifully   drawn    roses   tu
shades   of   llimive  are   massed   upon   u
background uf gray foliage with just
Ibe suggestion uf a trellis running
through It in a birch bark tint.
The same Idea as to design, hut with
the emission uf the trellis, is expressed
in another, wherein the gray foliage
gives the characteristic color effect,
contrasting with clusters Of large. olO
fashioned pink ruses. This wlll. per
hups, lie mure satisfying to those who
cannot quite reconcile themselves M
such n defiance uf nature aa a rose u,
iiiunre.
Timely Tip.
Wbere there are several long haired
Utile girls in a family tbe shampooing
amounts to a tiresome and trying tusk.
One mother, whose little daughter bui
unusually luxuriant huir, has robbed
tbe prot-ens of most of lta terrors.
"Instead of having my little girl lenl
over a bowl, wltb all ber balr turned
tbe wrong way over ber face," sb��
���ays, "1 now let ber lle out straight li
aa comfortable a position as abe wishes. A couch will answer tbe purpos��
of any flat surface.
"I braid the hair very loosely In twe
braids, roll a huth towel under hei
neck nnd place a table so tbat It cornel
on tbe same level with ber head,"wltb
her hair hanging over Into a bowl ol
water placed on the table. I wnat
flrat one aide and tben tbe other, rlnst
well and wash, the braids thoroughly,
The drying nnd combing are easily ao>
eompllabed. becauae the balr haa beat
tn tt* natural order all the time."
Why Animals Fear Man.
The nni versa! antipathy of nulmnted
nature for iiiim can scarcely be ex
pliilne.l as lhe teaching of experience.
Man has played his role of universal
meddler for too short a time to huve
Impressed himself on the memory of
each Individual line. Tbere must be
something In bis attitude of mind thai
communicates itself to them and In
duces Its proper automatic reflex. The
mouse that runs over tlie lion's tool
and gnaws ut Ilia bone goes to ei'rlli
like a flash when man comes near
The bee hangs lu lhe nir uud then goes
on because man stauds by her favorite
foxglove. Even the witless snake stir*
lu Its sun smitten sleep and is moved
hy a feeling In Ihe ulr to seek Its deU.-
I.ciiiduii \utloo.
Following Uie Rule.
"Riirlmra." lhe teacher scolded
������yonr willing exercise Is very nice ex
cept tbe lust line, which Is dreadful
Why do fhe letters slugger uud faM
over one another In thai dlsgrucefll
wh.vV
Hnibarn rulsed reproachful blue eye*-
wet wltb tears. "You 'llculatlv said
write every line beitei than Hie lust:'
ahe reminded  hei   mentor.- New   York
Press.
^ 1 ,	
The Real Reason.
Freddie- Mamma, me face la dirty.
Please wash It. .Mamma ��� Freddie.
where In Ihe world do you learn to
suy "uie fnce." like a little street
arab? Wby don't you suy "my face Is
dirty?*" Freddie��� Hecause your fnce
isn't dlrty.-St. I.ouis UJobe-Detnocrat
Hla Effort*.
"Wbat did you do to catch thai cold ?"
"Oh. Win after It for a couple of Marathon aprlnts nnd then dually overtook
It by borrowing n friend's racing car."
��� Baltimore American.
The Necessity Removed.
Baker���Manning's operation has been
postponed ftlflVfln'tely.   Rnrker-Why's
that?    Ruker-rtlH surgeon's wife has
Inherited a large fortune.���Life.
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 llitrd Friday of
February'. May, August and November at 8 p.m. v 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.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. 6th and Columbia
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMIN8TER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WE8TMIN8TEto. B. C.
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
tnd make complaint. Only In this wa\
may an efficient delivery be main
rained.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Weatmlnster, B. C
Workshop 611  Victoria Street.
iover  Dally  Newa.)
SPECIAL LINE
oPSummer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
I
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches througnout Canada ��nd
Newfoundland, anc In London. Eng-
lajod, New_ York, Ch<tago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Letters of Credit Iaaued, available wltb
correspondenta In all pares ot tbe
world.
8uvln.:s Bank D��rsrtmeat���Deposits
received In suma ot 11 and upward,
aud Interest allows I at 8 per cent, per
annuo)  (present r��te).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF VOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle.
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
211 Sixth Avenue.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 9$7
B.C
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ft
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Three through daily trains. Reduced
rates on round trip tickets to Eastern
points, on aale during July* and August.   Good to return Oct. 31st.
WEEK END TICKETS
On sale every Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. Single fare for the round
trip.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
���. C. Coasl Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. m. antl 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Loaves Vanoouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. in.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOAT8   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves Vancouver every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service    .
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leavea Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. UOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P   A.. Vancouver
Phone RB72.
���19 Hamilton 81
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping^
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Ceaapools, 8spt|0 Tanks, Etc.
ca?��and Signs
���PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912.
VESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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VICTORIA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912.
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RAPID PROGRESS Of
NEW WESTMINSTER
ANNACIS ISLAND-THE KEY TO
THE SITUATION  *
It takes scarcely more than a casual glance at the
map to convince one that Annacis Island is the key
to the whole situation and the central point around
which the future commercial and Industrial activity
will revolve. Between it and Westminster on th*
mainland ia a harbor, ready constructed by nature, ,
capable of holding a fleet of ocean titans. Annacis
Island Itself offers Ideal sites for industrial and
commercial purposes, and to complete the chain of
favorable circumstances the Cangrlcol Corporation;
a group of English gentlejmen of wealth and in- "
fluence have announced their readiness to furnish
unlimited capital for industrial enterprises locating
here.
HARBOR DEVELOPMENT
AND RAIL FACILITIES
Deputation from  Royal City Here on
Official Business.
ce
roe
um-
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rvlce.
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time.
wer,
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.A deputation from New Wostinin
ster waited,on the government toda}
with reference to the new city maj.
prepared last year and exhibited at
tbe annual meeting of the B. C. .Union
of Municipalities ln this city laat fall,
which affects the etreet line of a property owner. Aa no arrangement
could be made, the municipal authority thought It beat to have the opinion
of the government taken thereon. Accordingly the reference to the executive haa been adopted.
Acting Mayor Gray, City Solicitor
McQuarrie and City Engineer Black-
man were present representing .the
city, and the caae waa heard at
length. Members of the deputation
epeak ot the remarkable growth ot
the Royal City at the present Ume,
over a million and a half dollars'
worth of work being lo hand in permanent paving and construction of an
other reservoir in Queens park. Most
of the paving ls being done, as Tn Victoria, under the local Improvement
plan, and the other activities have
been greatly aupplemented by the announcement of the harbor development scheme upon which Mayor Lee
Is ln London, England, ln connection
with the financial features thereof.
The Canadian Northern purchase of
the site of the Royal City mills, mad*
public this week, haa also led to add
ed optimism, and to accommodate
the railways seeking access into the
city Front street ia to be widened by
pushing the street out Into the
Fraser river, through filling up e
frontage now occupied by the wharves
Fortunately for New Westminster the
waterfront has been leasehold frotn
the municipality, except a small pop
tlon where the C. P. R. depot itanda,
and as these leases are falling In,
this great Improvement has been rendered possible. It will give a street
at water level of 192 feet wide, along
which already run the C. P. R-. ON.
R. and B. C. E. R. tracks, and now
the C. N. R. Is to be added to those
In existence, thereby giving the city
rail facilities une'tjualled ln the west
for a elty of thejnzo. ��� *;
The Canadian Northern expeeta to
reach the new dooke at Annaola Ialand by mean* of a bridge across the
North Afm of the Fraser river, from
their termlnala, and Wolrk on the Wg
harbor undertaking Is already com-
msnclng.
"WellwelLnvy dreams have
corcsetrue!
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BIRD'S EYE VIEW CF PROPOSED HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS
'AT NEW WESTMINSTER, SHOWING
Westminster Harbor Sites
If you hafl been in Vancouver twenty years ago, would you have bought a lot on
Hastings Street ?   Maybe so���Maybe not.
Anyway, if you had, today you would be rich, even if it were but one lot.
In a few years there are going to be stories told about what kind of a lot could
have been bought in 1912 for $750���ancf the place they will be about is
���   _ "     '.hV,-
WESTMINSTER HARBOR  SITES
rait
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WHERE MUNICIPAL,  PROVINCIAL AND DOMINION GOVERNMENTS    ;;*./; v
ARE UNITING AND MAKING A WORLD HARBOR
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Can't You See the Inevitable Result ?
Prices :  $750 and up; 1-5 Cash, Balance Over Two Years4
WESTMINSTER HARBOR  SITES
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Headquarters For New Westminster. 5.50 COLUMBIA STREET
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^STMINSTfiR DAItY HBWfl
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Is ATJle Best
You ^fJK^ fruit, butter, mm^fish", onions,
meat und'^eheese in it
togetfrery/pact have,no
mii$Ei?f odors\
. Sold and guaranteed only by
Anderson & Lusby
=**=*
Sale Now On
During July large reductions in ladies' ;ui<$r,utf'ii'B. suits, of best goods
(all thi^'iw'iwwi-'tyv are being offered.
This Is a chance not had every day.
Call and see them at
LVIN
Tailor
ort.t- New  Westminster.
#OUT
a THEY
JGO!
YOU
5T RID OF ALL THAT
. v.
dfaRY THAT IS EAT-
ART OUT BY TAK
AND ACCIDENT
POLICYMTJS THE BEST INVESTMENT TtW-MAN CAN MAKE FOR
AGAINST THE DAY
COME    IN    AND
FRET A
ING ��,
ING OU
HIS faMily
OF    TROUBLE.
TALK
WITH ME.
Alfred W. McLeod
The telephones of the Westminster
Dally Newa now are: ���   -'       *
Editorial Office -....991
Business Office  .999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
'Harold Fader, -vftio has-been Beri-
ously 111 for the past two months, ls
now out of"'danger and will be able
to leave 'bed lu a fe* days.
* | ���      . ,   ,       ,
,Hye- bt-ead���like'your' mother Aj8i->'
(���to make.   Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. "    i; *"
Mr. M. H. Nelems, who was formerly connected,with the tjrm of F. J.
Hart & Co., and who Is how looking
after his private interests in Chilliwack, was In the city yesterday on
business.
Miss MacGregor, general secretary
of the Women's Foreign Missionary
Society of Canada, will Heliver a
special address at the evening service
of the Edmonds Presbyterian church
on Sunday next.
The Columbia Pinna and Music
Mouse, 522 Columbia street, is bend-
darters for Victor Gramaphones and
Records. *���
AJr. C. H. Stuart Wad?, th^ publicity
commissioner, hns forwarded to the
lighthouse commission a chart of the
river showing the points where the
proposed changes in buoy lights,, as
recdmmended by the board of trade
recently are situated. '-'   i ���
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1fl12.
'   . ������ ���'��� .t ������
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property;   lowest current tate.   ��� Na
tional    Finance
Columbia street.
Company, Ltd., 521
INSURANCE
���iifonBi i"
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62i   '     '      New  Westminster.
$tai;t that
Savings
Account
���w ���*.*.
SAFETY DEPOSIT
���
BOXES
-���FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
I
Bathing. Caps,
Wlrtfrwings,
f #d all Seaside
Requisites at
i
re-flnst ,of Banjruof
V?'S1 ��lQH4lontreiir'
New Westminster; 8**0.-
Mr. W-. P. Whiteley, of- the Bitu-
lithic Paving company, arrived here
yesterday to superintend the street
paving work his company is doing for
the city. He Is staying at the Russfcll
hotel and will probably remain here
for the rest of the summer.
Special services will he fceld at St
Michael's church, Vancouver, on Sunday afternoon and evening -when the
Lord Bishop of the Diocese will dedicate the new font and Communion
table. The services will take place
at 3 p.m. and at 7:30 pan.
High grade, medium price ani all
grades of ; ianos and player planoe.
low prices, easy payments at the Columbia Piano and Music House, 52"
Columbia street. **
A little excitement wa.s caused on
McKenzie street last evening when an
auto started to descend the "hill without its driver. The car' was gaining
r&nsiderable speed when it struck a
stone near the comer cf Carnarvon
3tret t. which turned ttie' front wheel
so that the ruhaway Wiftibefl against
i*me ot the building* wnd came to a
halt.
<.5il20 feet on Columhla street.
>2I00;, corner'lot on street and lano in
business part of Sapprrton. Terms
.Dne-thlrd cash. A splend!d investment. Exclusively. Curtis & Dorgan.
706 Columbia street. ���*
At tbe institution ef the. Grand
Chapter o-f the Eastern Star lodge
held in Vancouver xon Wednesday,
Westminster was honored b.v the appointment of Miss Edith lAird, of the
Royal City Chapter No. 7, to Grand
Martha, and Miss Maggie McKibbon.
of the same lodge, to the office of
Grand Warder.    '.'
Water consumers having no meters
are reminded by the city treasurer
that the time .fw.saving the rebate
for the third qttarter of this year expires at 5 p.m. next Wednesday,
July 31.       ' ����
The B. C. E. R. Ib busy these days
transporting 3000 yards of gravel
which ls being used on Brunette
street. The steam shovel at the
(.Sutherland pit is working overtime,
ai^d two electric locomotives are be.
ing- fcept In/operation hauling 'the
te'avy, cars ti, and from the" pit.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. **
Yesterday the ]lne car, of the B. C.
E. R. was engaged ln stringing wires
on the already completed stretch of
the Highland Park cut-oft. When this
is done the work trains of the ejjvv
pany will have easy access to the
work, and It will help matters greatly
in unloading material for the new
line.
A hydrographic survey of (the
Fraser aud Pitt llvfers from Fraser
Mills to Coquitlam is being made at
a cost to the Coquitlam Terminal
company of $10,000. In doing this
work the company ,1s carrying on the
wofk instituted by the government
several years ago when soundings
were made up as far as the mill, but
were brought no farther.
Not bow cheap, but how good. Hear
the great Chickerlng Bros." player-
pianos at the Columbia Piano House,
opiosltc City Hall. Made and guaranteed by:the only living thlckerlngs
making planet) truly the "wonder pt
the age. We have other piano players
as low as $450 In price,      , �����
M����Utevif/yJ^elftng��r"-.and E. *Hk\
Thompson ?'fell out on Wednesday
night In front of the Lytton hotel. Bel-'
anger uppercut Thompson rather
severetoi la ;tljG jaw, then he hooked
a victoos.' Taft Into his abdomen.
Thompson clashed to the Hassam and
Belanger. takabeA on his face. The
result,. *a!a'|p$trlmental to Thompson.
Yesterday morning Magistrate Kdmonds , lined the aggressive Belanger
|.?50 knd cDfitsf for violating Marquis
of Queensljferiy rules.
Vising Westminster.
Mr. J. A. Murray, of Seattle, la. a
guest at'tflii'ftussell hotel.'    ���
Toronto .people who registered at
the R*is*ep/^esterday were B. F. Bennett, Mx. ,in4 Mrs. E. Rogers and J.
5. Panlga.lv., ��� '  ���
Mr. Jv Rf Eikins, of the firm of El-
kin Ijrpa.J,,lifi&l estate brokers, Van-
pouver,f.^liJf//J�� the city yesterday ou
busiheafl. ..^.,$," 1
Vancouver 'people who registered at
the RusseB,yesterday .were L. R.
Reitcbel,.|��DB. ft. L. Dickey, A. M.
Johnston, H::P. Miller ahd J. T. Dobie.
Mr. 3:""K: MftKee, ot Ladner, was a
visitor in tfeff.clty yesterday.
���jjJojXL _���
|'�� WEDDING   BELLS. -
A pretty .wedding was solemnized
last evenjpg at the Presbyterian
manse when-Miss Nellie Nicholson, of
Nanaimo, becamq U19 bride of Mr.
Ernest Doherty, *>f Vancouver..-.' The
bride was supported by Mrs, G. J.
MaclC��h��le, of thla city, wshlfc* Mr. R.
J. Nicholson, brother of the Wide,
acted the ptet of best man. The ceremony* waa 'jpfeffbrmed by 'ftev. J. S.
Henderson. After a short wedding
trip to the coast cities the newly wedded couple will make their home In
Van cou vely 1 ......
Miss Margaret Helen Jones, who arrived from 'England on Wednesdav,
was united lh marriage at the Holy
Trinity church Thursday afternoon to
Mr. Charles Hardy, who is in charge
of the drug department of David
Spencer, fcAd., Vancouver. The ceremony waa performed by Rev. G. A.
Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy will spend their
honeymoott'ip Victoria, afterwards ijO-
turning to reside at Cedar Cottage.
HE BIG JETTY
SUNDAY BAND CONCERT
North Vancouver Musicians In Queens
1 . Park at '4 o'Cclock.
The citizens of Westminster will
not be obliged to board successive
cars and hie to the Terminal City on
Sunday in order to hear a band concert, as tlie North Vancouver baud
will givo a -concert., in Queens park
tomorrow afternoon beginning at 4
o'clock. '
' The following is the latest and revised profcram cf music under lhe
direction of Bafidmdster Ward:
..March, "L. P, B.," HaU; overture.
"The Elves"; selection, ','WillianV
Tell,"-Rossini;, baritone solo, "Silver
WANTED
I am open to buy residential lots or business
property in New Westminster.   State number
T^*W^onK^'Q^n:^jw^6f lot, block, etc., and
Varses;   intermezzo,  "Lawan^,"  Rob-1 '.     '. ' '
lowest price and terms,
FROM   OWNERS   ONLY
^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Law ana,	
ortson; selection, "II. T.rayatore";
Gavotte,- ''Litfie Masle," '"Bennett;
March, EspagnoUe, "Sorella." Q'uUinj
valse, "The . Dollar Prinpess." Hall;
WtD-step,-"Everybody's' Doin' It," Berlin.   "God Save the King."
Farmer.-Hei^ Up.
At a very latQ hour on Wednesday
night two Italians held up Malcolm
Mclver, a Surrey farmer, on the Yale
road hear the southern approach of
the Fraser river bridge. The sum of
75 cents was secured. It is thought
tire Tiold up men had been members
of the gang employed In the improvement worfc on the Yale. road.
CAT.TLE WASH to keep off flies.
INSECT POWDER.
BOX NO. 83
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THE    INSECTS,    ROACHES,
WATER BUGS,  AKJTS,  ETC.
from getting a foothold (in the
"house by putting a'good" Insect
Powder in places where they're
apt to thrive.
��� We can supply you with, an
eiccolle'fit Insect Powder .that ls
non-poisonous to you, but deadly to Bugs and Insects of all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
-   -Westminster Trust Block
MOSQUITO
quitoes.
OIL   to   keep   off   Mos-
MOTH BALLS AND BAGS.
LIME JUICE. (
Good Progress Being Made���Nearly a
;- < Mile Built.
Rapid progress is being made on
the Wg JJte^eston jetty, and at the
present time there is about one mile
of thp pile1 driving work completed.
This task- te being handled by the
Praser Rjtai*'. Pile Driving company.
PrafcttcallyJall the single bulkhead is
now completed together with 1500
feet of t'w, jlouble bulkhead.
Tl^e men, under Mr. T. P. Sinclair,
who haa raie' contract, .are ��� following
up the pile driving outfits with ��� the
mattrefa.'ttfota, ihe depth of the water
in the tflwrVfiow being such tbat the
scowB.aaf<jirt|0Bd'with little difficulty.
T4im&<NG PERMITS
Nearly Wj/hleeri Thousand Dollar*
Worth *f Work Registered.
The week haa' been exceptionally
quiet as Tar as building is concerned
only $17,950. being. pledged tor buildings, already in many cases under
construction^ The unsettled weather
is said to liave had a great deal to
do with the seeming languor, the alternate hot and rainy daya being anything but alluring to the builders.
Yesterday1 the permits iaaued-were
'J.jH.  Milk.    t*ro hduafcs<��� on 'D^blln^
street $44W;' G. B. Stephens,   three '
roomed bouse on London street, $400;
A.   Ntshyiawa,   boarding   house   on
Ewen avofne. $500*;
COMMITTED   SUICIDE
LEMONADE LIQUID AND POWDER.
DISINFECTANTS.
SUNBURN  LOTIONS.
WATER    WINGS
CAPS.
AND BATHING
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES, ETC.
Body of
on
*l��r
PHOTO OOOD8 , ,
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43: L. D. 71:-Ret. 72.
New    Weatmlnster.    B   C.    '
on the Banjo,  Zither Banjo,
j Mandolin, Mandola,   Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
Above Instruments repaired, strung
and tuned. Puttiug on Banjo Heads
a specialty. Auto Harps and Zithers
strung and tuned.
Becluse   Is   Discovered
���HbJ^iPui Ialand.
Antolne/Nlcolic, a Greek fisherman,
living In Ladner, committed suicide
some days ago by tiring-a,bullet into
his braht'',The body was'found' on
Ueas island yesterday afternoon
where the'deceased haa lived for'the
past thirty years.
NIcdHe vtBd'the'llfe'of a recluse.l
and perslfltont ill luck with his lish- Leave Instruments' for tuning or re
Ing enterprises Ib said to be the cause pairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
for hia rash act. . 419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 694.
m
"Kck" J. Lawrence
THESE AftE ALL CHOICE RESI-
ilenee lots In good locations, and
good Investments at the prices thoy
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash. ���
.   .   n. .,
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 tQ lane; cleared and fenced.
$l;0fe&; onC-thlrd cisfl.' '���' .   ���
OBITUARY.
RAY- The death occurred on Wednesday at Meridian, B.C., of Arthur
Andrew Ray, aged 32. The remains
were shipped to the parlors of Center
Ai Hanna in this city yesterday afternoon from whence they were reshlp-
pinl to Vancouver for burial.
-  ���
HOLLAND���The death occurred In
the c-.iy on Thursday of IVrcival William Holland, aged 'IK. The funeral
will take place from .Center & Manna's
parlors at li o'clock today, interment
being Tn "the Church of "England cemetery. Rev. Prank Plunkett. of St.
Mary's church, Sapperton, will' con.
duct the burial services.
NO. 1233���fclFTH 8TREET, TWO
lots, 50xl.'i2 ,each to lane. Price
$1050 eaich';* one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second'St&et; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third caaV-ji.'
NO.  1315���DUBLIN   STREET,  NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
Price $1550.; one-third cash.
NO.' 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50xl��2; cleared and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO.   959���5   LOTS   ON   TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lota in
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash. j
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared and roady
to bulld on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1195 -1** 8EVENTH AVENUE, INO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
near Fourth>$treet, two choice lots.] south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
cleared; $1,675.00 each; one-third I in orchard. Price for a few days
cash. ' ���"���'<' I    ouly, $1,100; ono-third cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
.w���^.jtt|*M;^'JL^
and #*$|lkJ..Miaurance. '     *' *    ' ' ���    >
.AuJ<��npli!!fl.
GRAND CRUISE
TO THE
ALASKA COAST
FIVE DAYS, ONLY $48, Including Meaft nnd Berth
S.S. "PRINCE liEORGE"
Mondays, midnight, to Prince
Rupert and' Stewart (Alaska
Cdast).
Si "PRINCE RUPERT-'
Thursdays, midnight, to Prince
Rupert.
AGENCY   ALL   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
H. Q. SMITH, C. P. Sf T.
Phone Seymour 7100.
A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. U.
VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville Street
FOR CHOICE
.v
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Axe well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMC ER POR  HOUSe  BUILDING
/     ��� li     i u*tf 1
it.' *! * / ' '      '        r* '
A ep< dally large stock of Laths, Shingles and
Is j. 2 CommoB Boards and Dimension!
Now ig the time to build formal e or rent while prices are low
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER   j
Ha* BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER  70  COTTAGES  ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS  SUBDIVISION.
We run' a general store and sell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season,  pur Mr. Sands has an
office on the'property.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWNSITE AGENT8.
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
Official Time Inspector for C P. R. snS B.
THE
JEWELER
C Electric Railway.
ELECTRIC
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
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