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 NEW INDUSTRIES
FOR WESTMINSTER
,���   ...      -���    ma     ^���li.jiB���    ....   ������
British Capital Comes to Fraser River-Machine Works to
Employ Five Hundred Men~$assenger Service Betweer
This City and Victoria Is Likely Development of Future.
REMARKABLE GAINS
.   lEU, OF, PROGRESS
According to statements made on
tbe very best authority* lt appears
that not only are this city's bonds
sought after by British capital, but
that capital from the same source
wlll very shortly be invested In two
large enterprises which will be instituted in this city or in the immediate vicinity, namely a machine.
and engineering works and a saw |
mill.
fprlpe will be backed up by English
I capital.
In addition to these important developments it. Is practically certain
that in the near future a passenger
steamer service will once again be
operated between Westminister and
Victoria. Heie again capital from
tii* old land ls immediately concern'
ed.    It Is -
nd, .Timber
Returns   of   Customs,  L
and Post Offices Prove City Is in
Forefront.
Every passing month has the same
yet extremely Interesting story to
tell, the story, In ilgures, of increased
and Increasing prosperity for the clty
and district. There are no surer Indications than these incontrovertible
figules, and taken in conjunction
with the records of the past taonths
of the year they point to tbe    fact
ea.    it   s announced  that  th*. i- .7 1   . '    '   "���""'   J*"1"  lo me    ract
portion of a transport com^To'l '" --���? 5��*W 7*L*fr on a
British    ~ '
f""o W\4(iln      TT*        T       w* I _ . .    . out
and It is now simply a matter of arranging for a convenient site. The
industry, employing fiom three to five
hundied men will be located here.
That much is certain. A gentleman
who for some time past has been investigating conditions on the coast
on behalf of a powerful English syndicate hag reported to his principals
in t.ie old count, y that "the Fraser
ls the best locality for the establishment of tire industry and New Westminster I3 the best point on the
Fraser."
Concerning the lumber mill all that
can be learned at the piesent time is
that it will be established In or near
this city, the capacity of the mill,
however, is not known, but the enter-
Captain E. J. Fader, of this city.
Captain Fader was recently in
Qxep*i Britain and the future development is largely an outcome of his
visit theie. His idea haj for a lone
time been that the trade oileiin
the Fraser between heie
mOuth of the river would
going after, and with ,._
commodation provided on .u~ u./ai
also, the scheme olfeied excellent results.
At. present three steamers a'c
employed in freighting between here
and the islan I ports, and it is felt
that the resuscitation of the
ger service bodes well for
ning of Westminster
port.
and    the
be  worth
passenger ac-
the    boat
pnssen-
the begin-
activity  as  a
R. A. X. I. PASSES
BIDING PLANS
Magnificent Structure to be
Known as   New Westminster Arena-
1
Provides   Accommodation    for    3220
People���Will  Cost About $25,000
-���Exhibition Attractions.
[RSI (OfflNENIAl
TRAINS IN 1914
Says Sir William Mackenzie���Line of
Steamers on Oreat Lakes���
Double Tracking.
PROGRESS AT PORT
MANN IS EVIDENT
HoleL  Opining,  Building Is Brisk���3ig
CeiU   Reported���Future   Looks
Bright.
Ter: Mann. June 2.���Progress at
Poit .Vaim s 11! continues an J a large
number of peo; le vl.:ited the townsite today. The i'e.ry boat was well
loaded 0.1 eves, tri;) witu pereous
Wishing lo cce the n'ew tawn that is
springing up Here.
The hotel with its '11 rooms, will
be 01 cn tome time tt la weep.. Ali the
carpets are iald and tho bedding bai?
arrived and ail that is wanted now is
the fiur.it.tre, which is expected anytime, besides thin a hardware s:o e
has been co.upletel, and a poolrr.am
is In laii swing. Another ejmeral
store is almost completed, The site
for a (i0.\4d orflce building has been
stumped by Mr. McCallum. who will
build the block in about a fortnight's
time. This i-ite is one of the bett ln
town, cu lhe corner of William and
Main. The grading and stumping of
the main streets on the flat is proceeding apace, Railway and Main aie
getting in fine shape and King stieet
ls being traded along the slope of the
hill.
To the west the site for the C. N.
R. shops has been cleared, and the
work, of stumping is well under way.
All thore on the townsite are waxing
enthusiastic about the prospects.
They talk of twenty tracks being laid
shortlv. ml of work on the shops
and roundhouses to be begun almost
Immediately. 1/ th<; futuro comes up
to their expectations there will be a
big city here within the next year or
two.
Whispers of big deals alFo go the
rounds, aud the Paciflc Propeitles
company Is said to have closed up a
very considerable deal with an Influential capitalist fiom the east, on
Saturday. Other sales are nlso being
made from time to time, but the demand for small lots U not very b'.isk.
PROVIDES
BIG GAME HUNTING
took the air ln the teeth of a gusty
west win.l here this afternoon.
Three minutes later his broken and
lifeless body was dragged from beneath the wreckage of Ids biplane in
an apple 01 chard In the lower end
of the Moxee valley, two miles from
his starling point. The exact cause
of the disaster that plunged him to
death will irobuhly never be known.
"Both Phil and I had decide I thut
we would give up the flying "gam'-',"
dctlai-Fd Clifford Tarpln today after
he.had gone o-.er the scene of the
accident fn which his flying jaitner,
Perma.ee. v.as killed yesterday af.'er.
noon.
"We hoth l:n I bcei flying! abotj.
ho >.a:s and a haK ant tbat ir-
lonj'er iHi'n most of t!'��ni do i;. W*
intended to fulfill lhU contract'and
t.vo we had at Lethbrldge and Medicine Ho*' i!I)d then Weie going back
e.'u-t' We would bave taken part lr
die [Chicago meet this. fall. I shall
hpve to cancel the contracts in Can
ada, ns both of them rail for t.vo
aviators aul two machines and both
of our machines are broken. Whethe;
1 will go to ihe Chicago moot I tl:*
not know. Some times I think I can
��'o it, and then when I think of what
happened to Phil yesterday, I neve*
want to Bee a flying machine ncain.
"There is no aviator in the country
who'could have saved himself ���este.-
day if he had been in that biplane.
It simply wns an Impossible situation. If he bad been higher In the
air. Phil Could have saved himself.
You tee. when a machine starts a'-
mpst vertically downwnr.i like that,
the weight of thc engine tond3 to
keep it ln tbat position, lt responds
ve:y slowly to the planes and rudder
If a'man Is high enough in the air he
can do lt. It was the same thine
wil,h Hoxsey fn L03 Angeles a year
ago last  December."
Turpin wlll leave North Yakima
early tomorrow with Pnrmalee's body
"or St. Johns, Michigan. Telegrams
of condolence from well known flylnp
meii all over the world havo been
eorblpg to Turpin all day.
Tne young woman, known as iMts.
r..,V<t Turpin, whom Parmalee Intro
duced as his fiancee, wiil be sent to
hei'ihome In Tacoma ns soon as she
has sufficiently reco-ere.' from the
hysteria Into which the shock threw
her yesterday. Clifford Turpin would
say nothing today about ber, except
to say that she Is not a telatlve of
his.
ion. and in many respects leaving
them behind in the maich of progress.
The following are the customs
figures for the last month, and the
coriesponding month last year:
May,   1912    $73,147.40
May,   1011      36,031.59
Increase        37,115.81
These figures showing an increase
of over 100 per cent are all the more
remai kable for the reason that last
year the Abbotsford district,- which
includes Huntingdon. Upper Sumas
and Aldergrove, was included in last
year's report, while this year this
district is a distinctly  separate one.
The leceipts for the montn of May
at tho Dominion Land office show a
stupendous gain of over 0000 per cent
in    advance   of the    month   of May,
1911.   The sum of $8825.11 was taken
in while a year ago but $181.87 was
the   figure  given  out.     It  should  be
said that the office staff was behind
In its work for the past two or three
months,   and   that   this   latest   figure
wa3 partly the result of this work be-
'n? brought ui to date, stijl this cannot  account  for  the  remarkable   increase which 13 attributable   in   the
main  to  the development  in  Dominion lands.
A    reduction    of the  Westminster
territory   to.ctnin^   timber  leturns
the   eastern    boundary   being   North I .���_,. .....  ,auwuicr no ze
fiend instead of Lytton, accounts for ling provides accommodati
".  decrease ln   tbe  leoeipts    for  '""" *"*
Uie    return     being    $lC,-o$ f feet,  or considerably  less
Plans for tlie New Westminster
arena as the new building on the exhibition grounds will be known, were
approved on Friday evening by the
executive committee of the R. A. & I
society, after due viewing and con
slderation. It remains now for thf
council fo deliberate upon them and
tf found agieeable to call for tender*
for the building.
The cost of this magnificent addi
tion to the exhibition buildings will
be In the neighborhood of $25,000. it
Is expected, and against this may be
set the $20,000 by-law which was recently passed by tbe citizens. The
assistance of the government is anticipated in meeting the extra cost
The building will not only be suitable
for horse show purposes, but foi
other events, such as maws meetings,
ri.'ing- school, tbe holding of events
during wet weather, or lt could be
used for dancing, piovidlng flooring
was laid down.
. The new building will be set due
north and south, its front facing the
women's and poultry buildings, ancl
will occupy part of the site of the
building whose beginnings have disfigured the grounds for soms time.
Its entire width will be 1G8 feet and
its length 235 feet. The arena itself
will measure 200 by 90 feet, and *dl! 1
accommodate in all 3220 people with
stabling for 70 horses. In this connection it may be Interesting to note
that the Vancouver ho se sho>v bnild-
Winnlpeg, June 2.���That the Canadian Northern Railway would be operating transcontinental trains earl>
in 1914, that a line of steamers woulc
soon be established on Great Lakes,
and that ultimately tbe line between
Port Arthur and Winnipeg would bt
double-tracked, we' c some of the
statements made today by Sir Wm.
MacKenzie, who arrived In the city
this morning from Toronto.
Sir William was accompanied by
D. B. Hanna, third vice-president,
and Col. Davidson. M. II. MacLeod,
general manager, met the party at
Duluth.
GRfAT PROGRESS
IN CIVIC WORK
Large Amount of Street Grading and Rocking Is Already Finished.
Pumping
Island-
The party leaves for the west this
evening and will go light thror h tc
the coast. On the way it is like',;
the president will sto:> over at Bran
don to see the new Prince Ktlxami
hotel,  which opened today.
MURDEGER COMMITS
SUICIDE IN GAOl
Joseph   Miller Makes    R0pe    of    His
Underwear and Hangs Himself
From Ear.
Seattle, June 2.���Joseph Miller, con
fessed murderer of Mrs. Llfie LasEen,
a lodging house keeper by whom he
was employed, and of George Feiton
one of Mrs. Lassen's tenants, committed suicide in the city jail early
today  by strangulation.
Plant   Installed   on    Lulc*
-Paving Operations Are
Well Forward.
The year which Is speeding by
promises lo create several ne./
recoids for tbis city, and It Is ce:taint'
u.u... i..is >vOi'K accomplished by the
engineering department will flnd a.
fo'.emost 1 lace in the Hat. At the end.
of Apiil there had been ettttri-ai
In
rccor'
^^^^^^^ Jn   tbe  teoeipts
month.
against  $i5.3is.ea
Ilia  month of laft year,
At  the poetoffice the same
���).  ir::ic;s is observable.    ^^^^^_
Stamp sale's for WS'y. 1^12, amount
���o $3S02.:J0 ns compared wiih $2971.2."
for May last year, an Inc.ease of
$8 1.05 or 28 per cent.
Morey older commissions for May
amounted tills year to $315.48, a?
against $290.55 iasr May, an Increase
of J1S.94 or fi.4 fer rent.
Box ien:s were ?2.12, while last
year thev were but $100.35. an in-
cease this year of C125.05, equal to
109 per ctr.t.
The number of money orders sold
during May, 1912. were 2411 as compared with 2040 in May last year, an
increase of 371 or 18 per cent.
MISSION TO HAVE
EIRE PROTECTION
One-Yesr-Old    Bear    Cub    Captured
After Stiff Fight���Hunters
Take   Trail.
Kdmonds. June 2.���Despite Its rap-
Id growth us a suburban dlHtrle:, But-
naby can still claim the honor of being a wild game country. For several weeks past reports havo been
going aroun 1 of tlw prevalence of
bears in the northern section of tbe
municipality, und on Fiiday last tU3
first captine was mado of ono of the
marauding, band by a man namea
Henderson, wbo managed to sec.aie
possession of a one-yonr-old cub.
The animal showed fight, however,!
and llendcisoii was twice bitten on
the leg before Bruin Junior co.ild be
secured. Ixicnl Nlmrols have been
cleaning their trusty 1 tiles dining lhe
past few davs and aro out after tho
lest of the beasts.
MEXICANS   IN  OROZCO'S
OWN DISTRICT DEFY HIM
Navolos, Moylco. .I'ino 2,���The peo-
lie df the bolder of Western Chihua-
liu.'i and Eastern Sonora have risen
against. Orozco. The people df Morris
have taken Ocnmpo from the rebels
killing flve and obtaining considerable arms and ammunition. The federals were headed by Jose B. Hino-
Josa.
The prefect nt Morris wired here
to;lny that the uhole country side Is
ngalast Onwo and thnt troops have
started from Chlnlpas and Guisiu-
pares to take P.atopllas. Oiozco formerly lived ln this mountain district.
POWERS OF AIR CLAIM
YET ANOTHER VICTIM
North Yakima.   June    1.���With   a
smile and n wave of bis band to   the
thousands who watched him Ph'lln O   ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Parmelee, on0 of the Wright aviators   ��wners' of ,the tw0   E*fling   ve8Eels
v, o��o 01 iue vvngnt aviators,  have uppealod ^^^ ihe Ju(igm���nt,
RUSSIANS CONFISCATE
JAPANE8E   OCKOONEFtc
Victoria. B. C. June 2.���Advices
weie received by the Empress of Japan that Japanose sealing achooners
Kof ij| Maru and Knlho Mani which
were seined bv the Russian fisheries
��� rotoctlon crulscis of the Copter is-
bin! real rc.okeries vhrn attempting
t" raid the hnrllnu grounds last" sen-
Fon, ha'e been tonfscated pg a ie-
suit bf a Judgment, recen'l" delivered
at Vladivostok. The enptaing 0* both
vessels yfere sentenced to rI\ months'
Imprisonment. The masters hnve
been held for that length of tlmn
awaiting the trial and wereieleaeed
after tho Judgment -v&s given. The
owners' of the two   sealing
W"ll  Install   Hydrants and   Organize
Volunteer  Brigade���Incorporation  Looms   Near.
Mission City. June 2.���Coincident
with the growth of this city the need
lor fire protection of some nature has
become eniphashed, and a movement
Is now on foot by which this will be
assure.', ln the very near future. The
water system is owned privately and
the town ls under government control. At present conferences are being held by the government, the owners of thc water and the Board of
Trade, and lt Is un-erstood that the
Intention is to Instal flre hydrants at
once, and to crganl/.e a volunteer flre
brigade.
There has been of late a strong
feeing that the town should be in-
corporate^), and thus take-a larger
s'lae than heietofore In the shaping
of Its own destinies, and there seems
to be no 'doubt that this will come
about mucb sooner than was hitherto expected.
NO TRACE OF MURDERER
OF SEATTLE CHINESE
Seattle. June 2.���The police have
boon unable to obtain a clue to the
assassin who killed Charles Kee, a
wealthy Chicago Chinese, in Chinatown early ' esterday morning, but
are keeping a close watch on l/'e
residents of Ihe Oriental quarters, to
prevent any further disturbance. The
reacsful Chinese, who were greatly
alarmed by the killing or Kee. have
had their fenm Of a tone wa" allaved
hy the presence of additional roll"*-
men in the district and normal conditions appear to havo been restoied.
DOCK WORKERS TO AWAIT
DECISION BEFORE STRIKE
Tomlon. June l.��� The national executive council of t'ie Transrwrt
Workers' Federation decided to.lay
the1-"! sbo'ild be no national strike
pending thc result of the meeting
summoned by tbe government for
June 4, to deal with the proposal for
a joint conciliation board.
tbe   correspond-j Westminster arena.
fmm  tlie   (an   floor to  tho o,-?ex ot
Ih" roof is (i'J feet, as against 80 feet
inj.be  old  building   which   wa3  pro-
pos-e.l, and  aa    compared    with    the
plans  for  tbat slructuie,  a  considerable  reduction in height    has    been
achl��v��d all  round.    The main light
will  come  from  the  sides,  from the
clerestory windows set at the springing of the  trusses, and  provision  Is
made for a handsome porch.
On Ground Floor.   -
The  ground   floor   consists   of  th*
aiena  which  is    entered    from    the
eojth  end.    An  exit  ii   provided   at
the  north  enl  for  horses,  etc.,  and
from \ here,  there  is  a   covered   way
connecting    with    the    rear of    the
stables which are placed beneath the
galle: les  on  the east  side   so    tliat-
horses will be under cover during the
whole time.    Gallery accommodation
is  provided on  tbe ground  floor for
1800 tersons. and a ten foot sunken
promenade   is   arranged   in   front   of
the  galleries  on each  side and    ar-
the    galleries    on each side in such
a way that users of it will not    Interfere with the view of those seated
In the galleries.    In this  promenade J
standing room wlll be found for   atl
least 700 people.
On this floor also and at either end
of the arena box accommodation has
been provided In two tiers, and In
front of the building, hitching room
Is arranged for horses, access to
which fiom the stables is also under
cover.
First Floor Boxes.
Stairways' lead from the front of
the building to the first floor where
a continuous series of boxes is arranged round the whole of the building with a continuous promenade
serving the same In the rear. In
this circle there are 74 boxes making with the 4G downstairs a total of
120 for the building, with seating
room lor 720 persons. There Is an
opening ln the front ot the bulldlnp
upon a laige otcn air verandah. Committed rooms, cloak rooms and
kitchen for refreshment pui poses are
all arrange! for on this floor, while
there ls also ample lavatory accommodation on both floors.
The work of designing this building
and getting out the plans fell to the
englneeting department, and Mr. F. 8.
GUderaleeve w^;s entrusted with the
commission. The elevation has been
treated simply without expensive
ornamentation or elaborate detail.
ln addition to approving these plans
the executive made arrangements ror
securing the best attractions avail,
able for the exhibition. Among tbe
many details of these there will be
some extraordinary acrobati: performances and elephants and other
animal? will tlpure In the program.
Every effort wlll be ma^e tills yea-
to keep the 'fockeye run" clean and
moral in every way. The commltteo
loo'v a strong stand on this question
and Its cons'deration tool; up considerable time.
A very beautiful bange- has b?en
desialned and will very - shortly be
Issued.
"r.""""  ".',"'"'/     .Viller.   who bad  mads  three prev-
1 h   h     "i   i0U9 altcml)ta lo iako his lite in jail
M'thaa    the)   f5*1.w_* ?'.','e3t ?ma' n,��ht- made
/?
a  ic-e of hls  underive_ir and hanged
Jiiunreil' to a  bar ot the cell  window.
fellow prisoner who had lieen placed in tiie ceill to watch Miller told
tbe police that Miller feigned sleep
and thinking all v.as well the guard
tcok a nap. When he awe'/.e Miller
was  dead.
l��arl'.er in the night Miller had talked of suicide and hai urged his prisoner  guard  to  kill  himself.
"I'm the lowest thing that crawls,"
Miller said. "I've rid the earth of
two people and the best thing I can
do is to rid it of myself."
When be made his confession yesterday Miller sail he was born In
Cincinnati and had uo living relatives
Miller's clime was one of the most
brutal on tbe records of the police.
He beat Mrs. Lassen's brain out with
a hammer Friday afternoon, and the
same evening, armed himself with a
revolver and went to the hotel whete
Feiton lived and shct him to death.
He was jealous of Felton's attentions
to Mrs. Lassen.      *   . ,
FREE SPEECH AND I. W. W.'S
AGITATE CALIFORN1ANS
San Diego, Cal.. June 2.���The resolution which the clty council adopted
Friday as'.dng that a special session
of the legislature be called to con'
slder the Industiial Workers of the
World situation here and suggesting
the establishment of a state constabulary, lt was announced tonight,
had been sent to Governor .Johnson.
The resolutloj}, which was considered
a memorial to the governor, was signed by A. E. Dodson. president of the\
council, in the absence of Major
James E. Wadham.
Industrial Workes of the World
Ueid lii Ihe city jail 00 charges of
having violated the city street speaking oidlnance, were reported by the
pollce as having been disorderly
again tonight.
That still further attempts to test
the San Dle?o "move-on" orJlnance
might be made In the near future
was announced today by Stanley Gue,
secietaiy of tho California Free
Speech league.
Mr. Uue satd the propaganda committee of the San Diego branch of
the Socialist party would meet tomorrow night to consider the advisability of trying to hold more street
meetings- aa a : art of the so-called
tree speech campaign here.
The lolice said they had nu further teports of the alleged approach
of mote workers to this city.     \
ere had been effectej    as.
mufth  work on tbe roads and streets
of tr.e dty as the whole ol last year ���
saw djne.    The excellent showing o{
the   past   month   may   be  gauged  to-
some extent by the particulars given
below:
.Mderman Kellington,' Chairman of
the board of works, on Thursday Inspected the work going on Is the
whole of the city and expressed himself as completely satisfied considering the time of year.
Rocking and Grading.
Here is the work which the end of
the month sees accomplished: London and Dublin streets have been
rolled and rocked: Tenth street from
Sixth avenue to the boundary, completed, and Henley street from London to Edinburgh street rolled ami
rocked. Hamlllton street has been
locked and graded between Sixth anti-
Eighth streets, and Seventh avenue
has been graded and is ready for
rockinc between tbe same points.
Sixth street i?. completed to the
boundary: Big hth avenue between
Twelfth and Sixth streets bas beert
partially graded; and Sixth avenue
oetween Twelith and Sixteenth
stieets nn.i also from First to Cuta-
heilnnd streets is graded.
On    Cumberland    iioui    i?/climond
street   to   Sl*th   arenr-e 1*   complete
and  the grading h finished on Richmond and Keary streets.    A hijr fang-
is wofjiing on Erunette stteet at the
present time.
Lul.w .Island P��mp.
Down on Lulu iBland a' ly-lncti centrifugal pump, together with a hire*
steam engine, has beeu Installed
near the main gate of the dyke. It
was tbe intention to secure an oil
burning engine, but this being found
Impracticable, the present arrangement will suffice for this season.
There has been a little delay int
tbe west end sewer work on account
of the shortage of pipes, but a new
consignment is now to hand, and
operations are proceeding apace. A
commencement has been made on
the Twelfth stteet paving, storm
sewers are being laid and grading Is
in full swing, the street being closed
up for the purpose.
The paving on Front street iff
nearly completed; Begbie street is-
being graded In readiness for the'
paving. On Alexander street stone-
setts are now being laid and In twoi
weeks' time it will be opened up for
traffic.
In addition to the foregoing a large
amount of sidewalks have been laid,
and extensl/e clearing has been loans
opening up roads and streets-
SPEEDERS STIU
CONTRIBUTE EINES
Another Batch of Six Are Convicted.
���Severa'i More to Ap
pear.
BUTTE  MINER8 REJECT
PROPOSALS OF OWNERS
Seattle Pastoi* Goes East.
Fntittle. June 2.---Rev. Edwari
Smith, for 13 years pastor of
Pl'srin Convregatlonal church
this cit", amjktnped today his ���-
clslon to iicc��mt 'the nositlon o* secretary of the American board of, commissioners for foreign missions, with
headquarters. In Nev York.
h.
thp
In
de-
P.itte, Mont., June 2.���At a mrss
meeting of the Butte Miners' union
tonight the proposition of the mine
owners of Untie to five all underground men $3.75 a da.vj when the
price of corner Is 15',-fe cents a pound
or mere and, ?i a day when the prioe
of metal is 17 cents or more, was rejected, an.1 t'>e committee of - the
union which had tlte matter of tho de-
munds in band discharge!   >
The miners demand a horizontal Increase of 50 cents a day. bringing the
wage s.-alis or the common mucker ln
the mines "io t'> tb<? grade of the
mone experience.! miner. The executive board of the union will decide as
to what further action will be taken,
the Question to com* up at the next
Edmonds, June 2.���Still the work
or convicting auto speeders ln Burnaby goes on. At,Saturday morning's-
court Magistrate Walker fined six
enthusiasts rrom Vancouver, who had
either exceeded the speed limit, or
were driving cn the tfrong side ol
toad. The penalty in eacb case was
$5 and costs.
Tuose who    paid the    fines were-
.LAfcss s.    D.    Burcber,    Edgar   Hall,
George   Arbuthnot.   Alex   Grey,   B.
Slice and W. R. Dockrell.
The case against Mr. Harry Brown,
wus dismissed on account or a technicality. It is understood' that this
is not the last or summons to be an-
swed, ahd that several more will appear In court this week to answer
similar charges.
-W I* ��* = T^rS.\Z>!m^��njLh^' ^
WINNIPEG'8 PROSPERITY
REFLECTED IN FISL'RES
Winnipeg. June 2.���Building jrer-
miis In May totalled! ���S3,0'10.('2<\ Permits numbering 8!>7 for 802 buildings
were Iss-ed. In May, l!)ll. 581 permits tor GtQ ImiPiugs costing $2,374,-
5G0 were granted.
Since January ], the permits wore*
J7I5S ror 8175 buildings costing I8.0R1,--
730. Duiing Ihe correal oni'i-i,, pe^rt'l'
of l&ljM**! lermtts for tfBo builff-
lngs cost $fi.l*ir>,lP0 were issued.
. The bank clearings for the montli.
of May amounted to $13!),3(J2.002.
For the corresponding month in 1911
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**m*y*****mt*.t* WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
Classified Advertising
����� RATES.
"���       One cent per word for day.
��� Four   cents   per   word   per
��� week.
��� No   advertisement   accepted
��� for less than tao.
������       Birth,   death   and   marriage
��� notices 50c per insertion.
FOU KKXT���FOUR ROOM SUITE,
all furnished, in Queens Court. Ap-
p...   investors'  Investment  Co.
��������������������������������������������������
TO  RENT.
��� | TO RENT ��� TWO    UNFTTRNISilEO
housekeeping rooms,  modern.    Ap
ply 3-24 Tenth street.
TO LKT���A SUITE OF ROUSE-
keeping rooms, furnished, on
gto.inu floor, at 224 Seventh street.
���WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���AT ONCE. A PR KISSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 404 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 7(15 City.      ,
WANTED���ENGLISH   WOMAN   DE-
files post as housekeeper; thoroughly domesticated. Mrs. Davis,
215 Regina street
KOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
WANTED���WAITRESS    AT    ONCE.
Windsor hotel
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle, 49
Albert Crescent
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
SEASONABLE RECIPES.
Daintiai That Ara  Grateful  In  Warm
Weather.
The materials needed for pineapple
bnvarlose are a ean of sliced pineapple or n balf can of sliced and a
half can of grated pineapple, one-third
package of gelatin, one-third cup ot
cold water, the Juice of balf a lemou.
two-tblrds cup iscantl of sugar, two
cups of double cream, oue dozen pistachio nuts nnd two dozen-eundied or
maraschino cherries, says Table Talk.
Split tbe slices of pineapple, then cut
eacb ln halves and use to line tbe bottom and sides of a mold holding live
cups. Softeu the gelatin in the cold
water, dissolve in one cup of bot pineapple (either the grated or tbe sliced
made flne and mixed with tbe sirup in
tbe cam. add the sugar and lemon
juice aud stir over lee water until beginning to set, tben add half the cherries and nuts, chopped, and fold In one
cup and a half of the cream, beaten
solid.   Turn Into tbe lined mold. When
The People's Trust Go., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
LAND WANTED-WE HAVE CLI-
ents for two quarter sections either
ln Surrey, Langley or Matsqui.
would like some alder bottom land
and easy clearing preferied. Price
mutt be rock bottom. Address,
National Finance Company, New
Westminster.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-1
ers.   36 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
WANTED ��� A ROOM WITH THE
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by plain work-
ingihan. Please stale terms. Address  Box 77, Daily News office.
WANTED -  A WAITRESS.    APPLV
Bohemian   cafe,   opposite C. P. it-
depot.
TWO LARGE SIZED LOTS on Hamilton Street close to Sixth street car-
line, 100x150 and all cieared. Price
^2300,   Good terms.    No. 10.
LARGE LOT ON FIFTH STREET,
all cleared and on the widest street
in the city. Price onl.v $1500. one-
third cash, balance ti, 12 and 18
months.   No. 324.
ON FOURTH STREET���Good lot in
first-class locality, all clea ed iind
in grass; size 52x150. Price $1100,
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
mon thl   No. 228. ���
ON HILL STREET���Two large sized
lots. Price $i;7."i each, one-quarter
cash, 6, 12 and IS months,   No. 355.
ON HIGH SIDE OF TORONTO ST.
Three lots all cleared. Price $800,
one-quarter cash, n, 12 and IB
months.   No. 299.
MONEY  TO  LOAN   ON    RESIDEN-
tial jrorerty; lowest current   rate, ^^^^^^^^^^^^
payable in five years with privilege The  People's  Trust  Co., Ltd.
of repayment in three: easy month- .~. r��i���_ki�� ��.������,              ���._        __._���_.
ly payment plan.    National Finance ��1 Columb.a Street.             Phone 669.
Co., Lid., 521 Columbia stieet. ' 	
_ ___���        ..._ _ NOTICE TO THE  PUBLIC.
FOR SALE [ 	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      -j     Air. O. H. Rathburn is not employed
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,  ALI by the Underwriters Dominion Match I ,^^^^^^-_
most new.    408 Fifth atreet. / Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.. I water.     Let   conk   from   four   to   six
j Ltd.    The public will kindly take duel hours, or utitll tbe peel Is very tPlider.
notice of the above. f Take tbe weight nf the peel iu nugnr
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match  Co.,  Ltd.
CANDIED   aitAPEFllCIT    PEXL��� PlNE.l fl'liU
1IAVAUIOSE.
cold and set unniold and decorate with
the rest of the cream, beaten solid, and
sprinkle with the rest of the chopped
cherries and nuts.
Candied Grapefruit Peil.
Wash lhe oul side of the grapefruit.
cut the fruit in halves and remove the
pulp In the usual manner to serve in
glass  cups.    Cut   the  skin   In   halves
ugain and pull off all tiie iriembrnue l dsavored to explain, by signs an.
without disturbing tbe white part of j smiles, his iinszual deficiency. Th
tbe rind. Cut Hip rind In strips with
scissors. The strips siiould lie less
than balf un Inch wide. Weigh the
prepared peel, 'lake enough cold water to cover the peel. To two quarts
add one-fourth cup (scant measure) of
salt; pour this over tlie pwl anil ler
stand twenty-four hours. Drillli, rinse
iu cold water iind set to cook iu .i fresli
supply of wuter. drain and renew the
LEGEND OF ALUMINUM.
Story Told by Pliny of Tiberius and a
Metal Worker.
If a certain incident in Roman history, as related hj^ Pli.iy. be given
full credence, tlien it would seem tliat,
aluminium was derived by means of
a secret process long before our time.
The story is this: Durinj tbe reign
of .Tiberius tliere one day appeared
at the emperor's palace a worker in
metals wlio displayed a magnificent
cup made of a biilliant white mptal
tliat shone like silver. In presenting
it to Tiberius the artificer purposely
dropped it. The piece was so bruised
by the fall tliat it seemed hopelessly
ruined, but the metal worker took bis
hammer, and in the presence of the
court quickly repaired the damaire.
It was thus evident to all that the
metal was not silver, though it presented an appearance as brilliant as
that metal. Besides, it was more durable and much lighter.
The emperor, so Pliny relates, interrogated the metal worker, from
whom it was learned that the mysterious metal had been extracted from
an argillaceous earth, in nil probability the clay known to modern chemists as alumina. Tiberius then asked
whether ..iiy one but the metal worker
knew of the process and received the
reply that the secret was known only
to t.:    worker and .lupiter.
The answer was unfortunate, for,
reasoned the emperor, if it- were post-
sible to obtain such a metal from so
common a (obstante as clay, would
not the value of gold and silver be
reduced? Tihetius, it would seeln.
was determined to avert such a catastrophe, for he commanded the workshops of the discoverer of the new
metal to he destroyed ar.d the luckless man himself to be decapitate!,
so that the secret might di' with him.
Did the cruelty of Tiberius deprive
the worl 1 for centuries of the use of
tlie metal aluminium?
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the pro-
portion  in  which   the  assessment  is made on per foot frontage.
Blk.   Lot.   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontaee
Feet.
Amt.
C34
4
7&8
A.
S   5
S   0
Tipperary   Park
8   |S pt W %
8    jNptSHS ft I
64 & tin
62
9
61 &62
S pt of 31
&Mpt of 8
N pt of 3
I 2
' 1 I
W,
2
3
4
6
7tol0
Corbould, Cordon' E	
Corbould, Gordon E	
Vidal. James H	
Johnston, John J	
Lynch, Ered J	
Schaake, Kate 	
City of New  Westminster
Rael  Jessie    \ ���
Hait, F. J	
Pt
43
il &12.
8
4
5
11
1
4&S22
ft of 5
6 and rest
of  5
Gray, Alexander B	
Mayes, Mary Jane  	
Rogers, Mary S	
Gilford, Lucy S. and Thoe. J.
Gordon, Mary C	
Rand, Arthur E	
Clute, Mary L. R	
Eyles, Benjamin  	
Nlckson, Anne, Victoria  	
Nlckson, Anno Victoria  ......
McNeil, Alexander T	
Cliff.  Ronald L	
Sinclair, Jas. W	
Elly, Catherine Louise M. ...
McLeod,   Alfred   	
Wintemute,   Robt	
N Vi
<FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, wltb
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
aud   balf  the  weight  ln   water.    Tin*
Sequel ta an Amusing Mistake.
An amusing story is told of Mr.
McKinnon Wood, who succeeded in
holding his own in the Pt. Rollox hv>-
election, The wife of "Mr. Speaker"
introduced Mr. Wood, at a reception,
to a lady, having previously mentioned that .he vvas about to make him
acquainted with the wile of a member of the  Russian  Duma.
.Mr. McKinnon Wood, being unable
to speak the language of the Slavs,
felt somewhat  embarrassed,   and   en-
atid
  M
lady, somewhat to his surprise,
though, perhaps, to his relict, said.
"I would much prefer to converse in
English," and added that she was
Mrs. Austen Chamberlain. Mr*.
Lpwther, quit: inadvertently, had
introduced Air. McKinnon Wood to
the wrong lady.
It is not, perhaps, generally known
that tlie member for the St. Rollox
Division was originally intended for
the Bar. but instead took up business
as a merchant. He made his mark
on the London County Council, a ml
is rather '".earned." havin" contribute
S  7f 2&c.
&29
10   Ety
| 10    N %
11
12
;i:itoi8   l
5
S
i 4
5
1
IS
19
36
(1
7
8
9   S V*
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
8
S10I
7 &20:
water In  whicli   the  peel  wan cooked    ed several articles to the Encyclopat'.
NOTICE!
1 EM)Kits FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" aad addressed to
L. Avory White. Ksij- Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will be
received up to 5 p. m. of Wednesday,
12th of June, 1918. for the erection
end completion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tlpperary, Royal avenue. Now Westminster,
Separate tenders will be received
'for electric lighting and heating and
ventilating.
Plans and specifications can be
obtained on application to the underpinned cn receipt of a deposit of $10
which will be refunded on the return
of plana. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank
- cheque or certificate of deposit od a
��� chartered hank in Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
Westminster School Hoard, for a sum
e<tual to live (5> per cent, of his tender, which shall be forfeited lf the
party tendering decline to enter into
contract when called upon lo do so.
The cheques or certificates of deposit
���of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the signing of
���the. contract
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER & MERCER.
Architects to the School Trustees;
New  Westminster.  B.C.
To Whom it May Concern.���Take
notice that my wife, Annie Stephenson, having left my bed and hoard, I
sha!l not be responsible for any debts
incurred by her from the date hereof.
JOHN    CHARLES    STEPlHBJNSOiN,
Strawiberry Hill.  P.O.
Datetl Aprll 30, 1912.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wantei���Teacher for singing ln the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary .required to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY  WHITE.
Secretary  Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEWS
may be used if not to salt, lloll to a
sirup, add the peel and let simmer un
til the sirup in almoxt absorbed Set
aside to coot lu the sirup: reheat a little, remove wltb n sliver fork to a
plate of granulated sugar, roll In the
sugar and drop ou u piece of tnble
oilcloth. Orange peel uiuy be prepared
lu the same manner.
ciia   Britannica.
Vegetable Values.
Spinach, containing a* It does n
largp amount nf iron, can scarcely \��>
ignored as u valuable sprint; veget.-i-
table dish.
Rbuluirb Is rich in oxalic acid, which
does much to tone the system.
Onions contain much nutrition, but
are most valued for tbeir pungent oil,
which Is rich In sulphur.
Asparagus, rabbflge, cauliflower and
celery are chiefly valued for tlieir mineral salts and for the bulk, variety and
relish they give to tbe diet.
Cabbage  contains  ��   great  deal of
sulphur and for this reason frpquent-     . ,     , ,,       ,.       Tl_  .m,.
ly causes flatulence. Cauliflower, ff I, ;^   >"��k\ap ���"'!    ^.n   of   mat
must   have   been   a   person   oi   urim
Middy's Trip.
Th" Earl of BesMiorough, who has
completed llis sixty-first year, is a
man of affairs, with a varied career.
For some ypars he vvas in the royal
navy, serving as a midshipman und'r
the late Duk" ol Cambridge, and sailing round the world. Late- hf rend
for the Bar. to which he wh called in
1S7!), tind then took up Parliamentary
secre'.arljl work, serving in Ihnt
capacity to Lord Stalbridge and Mr.
Sp ak.r I'eel.
For many junta past Iiord B,i=s-
boroupli has been engaged in nume--
,0''s Inifitjess enterprise?, and four
yPSM ago followed Lord CotL-sloe as
chairman of the London, Brighton,
and South Coast Railway.
Medest Abbe Dcllle.
It is :.aid that tht French Abbe De-
lile once had In his household a verv
quick tempered relative, with whom
h�� sometimes had animate 1 disputes
and who sometimes went .o lar as lo
9
10
11
12
13
33
9
10
27
28
19
18
7
(J
N%
A.B.C.
Read, Thos. N. and Gilbt. L.
(lieen,   Mit'y   	
Smith, Franklin   	
Madill,  rt William   	
.Madill,  H.  William   	
Truman, William H	
Oliver,  Elizabeth   	
Barnett, Jas. E. H	
Burden,  J.  N	
Young, Murdoch  	
Voung,  Peter  II	
Banes, Thos. S	
Boughen,   E.  J	
Boughen,   E.  J	
Dunbrack. L. G	
We.-t. Home & Imp't Co.,
West. Home & Imp't Co.,
We?t. Home & Imp't Co.,
West. Home & Imp't Co.,
Johnston, Margaret J.   ...
Boig,  Arthur  	
Calbiok. John a	
McKenzie,  John,   Estate   .
Rees, Richard  	
Broad, Emily  	
Buchanan. S. B	
Peeb'es.   Peter   	
Cunningham. James  	
Flux, George Henrv  	
Lane, William  	
Trapp, Frank H	
McMurphv.   P.   I!	
Murray,   William   	
Shaw, Jas. Pearson  	
I^oree, Jas. C	
Loree, Jas.  C	
Banton,   Lucy   	
Croll, Jas. A	
Etherington. Arthur E. ...
Horton, William  	
Croll, Jas. A	
Burnett,  Maria	
Ii.r).!)l
131.83
65.97
65.9(1
65.96
65.97
560.34
140.00
16.00
52.00;
62.00
63.00
63.00|
66.00
62.00
50.00,
66.00|
66.00
52.80,
48.70
26.50
52.80
52.80
66.00
60.00
14.95
29.95
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
14.35
15.00
14.10
11.40
15.00
15.00
12.00
11.05
6.10
12.00
12.00
15.00
15.00
67.50| '    15.35
69.00
46.60
50.00
84.00
86.00
55.00
52.50
50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
50.00
50.00
51.00}
51.00
51.011
51.00
51.00
66,00
66.00
66.00
86.001
60.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
30.00:
60.00
fiO.OOJ
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
61.00
122.001
61.001
01.00
15.70
10.25
11.40
19.10
19.55
12.50
11.96
11.40
11.40
11.40
5.70
5.70
11.40
11.40
11.60
11.60
1 L60
11.60
11.60
15.00
16 00
16.00
15.1)0
13.65
13.65
13.65
6.80
6.80
13.65
13.05
13.65
13.65
13.65
1500
15.00
16.00
15.00
13.85
27.70
13.85
13.85
4531.04^1030.43
Notice i3 hereby given that the Corporation of thc City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties In tbe schedule abive mentioned "if sums of money set
opposite each lot for one year, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the asiessment ?o Llioiosed to be made will
be held on Monday, the lith day of June, 1912, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at. the Council Chamber, In the City Hall, New Westmln
ster, British Columhla, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision. .
.     W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall. 23rd May. 1912.
Date of first  publication  24th  May, 1912.
Davies* Cafe
P-erve the  best  coffee and  new laid
eggs for breakfast.    Lunches put up.
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth  Street.
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
will resume business about May 27
ln premises at the corner of Carnarvon and  McKenzie  streets.
CORPORATION     OF       BURMACY���
WORKS  DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
The bridge on the River rtn I neir
lhe Boundary Road la unFafe for passenger traffic, and persons USttrg ir
arc hereby notified lo go slowly, and
observe wutton in crossing.
All ra; ties using this biidge do so
nt  their own  risk.
By order,
FBED L. M1CPFIERSON,
M nniclpal Btrgftreetr,
! ilSJ."
A FULL SIZED LOT on St. George
sree': a flt Bt class buy at $3500.
No. 19.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 83 **nd 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address i	
d.iv no ii iff* ��r we nFrrc INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO
UUA I j J, DAIL! Hila UtrSit rMni z35
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 295 Office, Curtis Block
TO RENT���Two good houses, one on
London street, six rooms, possession Juno l, %Zh per month; one
house on Fifth avenue, seven
rooms, modern; Immediate possession; $30 per month.
FINE BUSINESS SiTF on Sixth
t'T et, 132 1'������( t on SiMh street. Uig
bargain for tiulcit sac.   No, 60,
A SIX ROOMED HOUSE on Fifth
avenue seven rooms, fully modern.
Pre.' $6000; SJE00 cash, balance fi,
12 ahd 18 m nths.   No. 31.
A CIX| POOMF.D BUNGALOW on Ash
stieet' an Ideal spot. Price $3200;
rnr.M pd cfi^h. bnitin.-e 6, 12 and IS
months.    No. 26.
Im of tbe name family, ls mum easily
dlsested.
Celery Is said tu be more digestible
rookpd tban raw.
Keels, carrots and parsnips all contain a lar^e percentage of fiienc far-
rots and parsnips when youuc Mud tender ale very nutritious.
T.VO FINE BUILDING LOTS In Sao-
perton; $1500 f.r tho two. This is
a snap.    Terms.    No. 59.
READ    OUR
AD.    RE
HOME.
HIGHLAND
Spring Slossom Luncheon,
If ever n luncheon table is ihtlnty
��ud BllltrlUg it Is in tbe HprlllJJ, when
tlie tlrst of the early blossoms have
appeared in | -'ti be utilized as tulili
decorations.
Sometimes, without prpiuiih-c in r
menu.  It  Is possible  to curry  "lit   m
ihe dishes lu approximately lb- ���>...
schema of the dower used In the i��im
setting.
Tulips are particularly aprioRllkp run
'or tin' iiinali'iir decorator Kind cl
fects are more easily obtained wuu
thorn than with ninny blooms of le**
distinctive type Kor Instance. IhCJ
can lie ttiTillippd In a bed uf nxeeu built
up over wet sand covering n t'lirti
Iur puiitnel tray The preen Is ot Hurl
or moss, and thp tulips are mo-i e!
feetlve If nrrntised for n Penterpiei .���,
us if RrnwIiiK In this with spvcrui
Inches of green between each puny.
amiability and sell control. Once,
when a particularly large ami heavy
volume was thrown nt htm, Ite caught
it grncelully anil said:
"My dear friend, 1 must beg nf ynu
to remember that I prefer smaller
,'ifti."
Sack and Buskl.i.
The oxpre.-.-ion "sock an ' lui-kin."
whicn literal'./ means comedy and
tragedy, found its origin in the "soc-
cus," I ia Latin name of thfl luw shoe
.wrn 1 the Kiicici t coinie actors; and
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Kitchenettes.
A  little white .sugar In  hot water
two lumpH to a basinful-la sufficient
stiffening for delicate lacps.
Starched clothes, shirts, collars nnd
cuffs if drU'd before a bright tire utter
Ironing become beautifully stiff.
Let new lump chimneys come to the
boiling polut ln water and then let the
water cool around thpm. They wlll
Dot be so liable to crack lf this Is
done.
Rooks bound In leather may be frpsh
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H13   Number.
He gazed tenderly into her eyes as
|-hr spoke.
|   "ltife,"   she   murmured   dreamily,
j "is. ufler all, nothing but a romance
'in which  we are tlie characters, mov-
.::���:   I..ther  and  yon  as   the  supreme
i uutlli r oi  our heinj,' directs."
I    "A.  I   in   tlie   novel   of   your   life."
I -aid   i.i;  tenderly,  "where  do  I  eome
! in:-."
"Vi it?" she answered with a smile.
Oh. you are���let me see���one, two,
tree���you   are   Chap  Seventeen."
Too Oeod.
I'ir-st Society Uame���How are the
icbUM.cs of   the   new   o|>era   house?
Second Society Dame���ion good'
Some people in the family circle said
...ey cc uid hear every word .-ijjuken in
i .r box.
The  Kind You  Must  Bu".
"Rrtther a liglit lunch."
"ie.-;  just  a  cup   of  coffee  and  a
;. ince of utility pie."
"What kind of pie i.s utility pie?"
"No matter what kind yi u want, it
ii the kind you eventually buy."
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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FAGB THREW
About
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Then Invest Your Money in the
Built
Dominion Match Company, Limited.   Large Factory Now Being
At City Limits of New Westminster
tf
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EDDY, OF HULL, CANADA, has Been burnt out four times, yet he
la still doing an enormous business, and paying big dividends.
BRYANT & MAY, OF LONDO N, ENGLAND, obtain all of their
wood for making matches from the United States, and all of
their wood for making, match boxes cornea from Russia, yet they
have made their stockholders rich and are still paying big dividends.
THK   DIAMOND   MATCH   COMPANY OF AiMERICA paid flve million dollars for their patents  for  making   matches,  and   incorporated their company for seven million flve hundred thousand
dollars.   Their profits were so large tbat they have paid out In
dividends to their stockholders  forty   million  dollars,  and  also
paid as a bonus eight million flve hundred thousand dollars ln
Btock.
TIIE GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE, realizing the enormous profit in
match making, built its own plant and   last   >eur made   a net
profit of six million do.lai s.
NOW
If these companies can pay, and do   pay  big   dividends   to'  their
Uockholders, with the process of  manufactu.e  thev   have,  whereb,-
the process of turning out a finish   match  takes  fourteen  different
opetations, with 40 per cent loss   ln   material,  and   whereby   they
have to assemble all their matches by hand, anl lt takes 150 pei-
��oiM to put the matches In their boxes  sufficient to   make a  carload a day, and pay $(15.00 per thousand  board feet for  their wood,
while  v.e pa-  $6.00  per  thousand board feet
THEN   WHAT DIVIDENDS   CAN   THE   DOMINION   MATCH CO.,
LTD., OF 13. C, PAY TO THEIR  SHAREHOLDERS?
Manufacturing  matches  with the    Parker's     continuous      process,
where  it  eliminates  the  handling   of the   matches   bv  hand   altogether, has only one continuous   operation,   uses   wood   that   costs
only $5.00 per thousand board feet, and turns out the perfect   finished match with less than one-half help.
WHEN WE SAY THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD., OF B. C,
WILL BE ABLE TO PAY 25 PER CENT TO ITS STOCKHOLDERS WE ARE MORE THAN CONSERVATIVE.
'ITieie ls no company in the world wlll be able to produce matches
as cheaply, as our own B. C. Company. The Dominion Match Co.,
Ltd., owns the patents that wlll revolutionize the match industry of
the entire world, and lf you have the farsightedness to see into the
future, and have that faculty o f putting your money in an investment that will pay you big dlv idends
YOU WILL BUY STOCK IN THE DOMINION MATCH COMPANY,
LTD., OF B. C.
The factory is now being built at New Westminster, and when
completed will tuin out one carload of matches a day, and as the
business wai rants it, the capacity of t��e plant -will be gradually
Increased.
The Dominion Match Co., Ltd., are the owners of the Parker's
continuous process for making matches. By a continuous process
is meant a mechanical device which receives the wood at one end
and turns out a perfect finish match at the other. By this process
wc can use the cheapest kind of wood, such as alder, spruce cot-
tonwood, etc. '
It will be Just as impossible for the present manufacturers of
matches to compete with us as it is for the cobbler to compete with
the machine-made shoes. The following will give you the cost of
making matches by Parker's Continuous   Process   (which   is   ouis)
and the Die Process now used by match makers of today.
We will take for example Die cost of making the perfect finish
match by the case.   A case of matches  holds  141  boxes containing
GOO matches cach, which will sell at wholesale  far HM  per ease.
COST PBtt   CASE.
Parker's Pioceas lite Process
Our   Process Present Process
...    .   _ Jiakiag Matches
Wood  Cases                 $ .16% $ I614
Wo��d                       .10 uo
Chemicals                       .55 jB
ParafNne            ���         ,v>tA 12%
Cardboard for trays and covers               .37'A -37%
Printing,   wiapping,   glue,   ink,
sand, etc                .08��4 .08%
Labor, repairs etc                 .07^ -C2VL
Totals        S1.S7VI $122%
Deduct $1.07% from $4.50 and you will see we wW make a profit
of $2.83 per case.
Tbere are over 500 cases of matches in a carload. This means a
profit of $1,415 per car. Figuring 300 wo king days each year there
wlll be a rrolit of '421,500.annually. (Understand this hi enly on
one carload per day) or 42 per cent on the entire capital stock
These figuies are not guess work.
Note that the saving by our process ln ithe tM* of wood alone
is $1.20 per caae���there beins 500 cases in a carload means a sav-
Ing In this one Item of $fl00 per carioad. or $180,000 annually.
~ There iCSSCH company loday in the match making business can
produce or manufacture matches as cheaply aa Tbe Dominion
Match Co.. Ltd., because the machines are so constructed that they
eliminate the handling of matches by hand and use wool that costs
us f:om $5 to $10 per thousand feet a3 against $6S ta $80 per thousand feet for white cork pine used by other manufacturers. The
saving in material and labor by our process la enormoas which
will enable us to pay big dividends.
By purchasing stock in the Dominion Match Company, Ltd., you are investing your money in a home concern
tliat, on a very conservative estimate, should pay a dividend of 25% per annum. Don't hesitate to call at
White & Shiles real estate office, 746 Columbia Sireet, see the machine and place the application for your stock
Shares now selling at $10 Per Share,   Terms can be arranged.
FRED PHILLIPS, SALES MANAGER
I
ROUND THE MESS TABLE
BY  THE   MARTIAN.
All who have served, or are now
serving In any branch of the naval
or military fortes of the c>own
should remember that . tne newly-
formed Tnited Service Club will hold
a general meeting at the City Hall on
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Officers are to be chosen, quarters selected and other necessary business
transacted. The roll of members Is
steadily Increasing and there are
many applications for Information regarding tho movement fiom all parts
of the district. There Is no doubt
that the dub Is now firmly established and wiil grow to be a large and
lmpoitant factor In the life of New
Wes: minster.
Ever>one will be welcome on Tuesday night Whether they come to Jotn
or to learn something about It, and a
large muster is anticipated.
It is the Intention, as soon as the
number of members is sufficiently
large, to fill the ranVs of at least one
company of the militia, to aid aad assist the Boy Scouts and'Boys' Brigade movement In every way, and to
form a contingent of naval mllltla If
j ossib'e. The future of New Westminster as a "ort is now practically
assured, und that branch of the service will have to receive consideration before long. Va'ious schemes
are being talked of in connection
with tlie club and will be more fully
discussed on Tuesday.
It Is interesting to look through
the roll of members already joined.
All branches of the service are represented, nnd e-ery cnnmaUn fought
under the Biitish flag or la'e > ears
seems to have been participated ln
by one or more.
Apropos of tbe naval mllltla question, much doubt seems to be entertained In Vaneotver as to the future
of the Egerla. As a training ship for
bovs **ht do*-* not seem to b*> an unqualified success. An excellent opportunity exists for the government
to acquire ownership, and to raise a
ship's company from amongst the
many amateur sailors of Vancouver.
There nre rlenty of ex-royal navy
men of various ratings In the city,
many of whom would undoubtedly be
only too glad to help the good work
along by instructing the young idea.
If Canada is tn have a navy, a volunteer reserve of some description, will
have to be maintained from which,
ln time of war. men couH be drafted
to the ships to bring their crews to
war strength  and replnce casualties.
The parade of the 104th on Thursday night was by no means satisfactory again as leganls the. turnout,
Tliere were aboul ten men and four
non-commissioned officers between
the two companies, and about eight
stretcher bearers. Camp ls very near
now and one cannot but feel that
things should be a little better than
they are.     One reads so   many en-
ro.iraglng    topcrts    concerning    the
Vancouver    regiments, and   one   has
only to pay a visit to the Drill hall
there to see  that conditions are by
no means exaggerated, and that both
reglmenti are  very  rapidly aprcacn-
iug a most satisfactory degree of efficiency.    Why should there be Buch a
raaikel difference between there and
here?   Are our young men lacking in
. spirit, are they over-worked In their
[ civic   occupations   or    what   is   the
trouble?    Surely it it is time   some
stdps were taken to remedy the  de-
I piorable   state  into   which   the   iegi-
I ment   has   been   allowed    to   lapse.
Every credit is due to those who turn
I out week after week and plod along
r In what seems to be a   very uphill
I game, the same faces are there every
Thursday,     but   why    the    number
should be eo small passeth comprehension.    It seems to me that there
must be a very lamentable lack of inteiest somewhere, but whether it is
lo  be  found  amongst  the  men,  the
non-coms., the officers, or all or any,
it is too difficult to say.   One thing 1
sm sure we should ah welcome, and
that ls a full   Investigation   into the
matter, an.l a remedy for all existing
evils as soon as possible.
For the sa'ce of the fair name of
our city, If for no other reason, we
should insist on having a good regiment or no regiment at all. Would
that eome enterprising spirit would
only steak out and let us know what
Ib wrong. The longer an evil is hidden the deeper the roots will grow
ami the sooner it ls brought' to light
the sooner can it be eradicated. Will
no one tell us what is wrong?
The question ts being asked, "Why,
wben the headquarters and two companies of the regiment are In New
Westminster, antl a detachment of
one company ls in Chilliwack, is the
formation Of the regimental band left
to the smaller but more enterprising
place?
/Mso. Why, when we have a really
good drum and fife band in the cily
(dlsorganl?ed). ami an instructor
who is unevcelled. has no effort, been
mttrlt. to enlist them into the regiment?
1 supreme the answer is: "For the
snnie reason that the regiment has
no colors, no badges, no equipment,
and seven different sorts of uniforms.
the ground. The wheat Is making
fmorable progiess, noticeably since
the advent of warmer weather, and'is
ii om four to six Inches above i.ie
fioand. Work seems to be more ad-
\anc?d In distticts along the main
line of the C. P. It. and ln the north-
tin iart of Saskatchewan. A number of reports of re-sowing aie to
hand. In each case it has been due
to the use of frosted or otherwise
damaged seed which, lacking in vitality, was unable to withstand the
early cold and wet spell. The error
of sowing; poor seed is also indicated
In places by thin crops. Failure to
ge minate w-as in some instances attributed to the fact that the seed
sown had not been threshed until
this spring. In such cases the
giound is being resown to oats or
flax. This wlll, to some extent, affect the acreage of the different
c: ops.
The germination tests made by the
department early In the season indicated that Bome of tbe seed was lacking in vitality and farmers were
warned against the use of such seed.
It is evident that In the hurried field
operations this spring some fat mere
did not take sufficient precautions in
this regard with the result that they
now find re-seedlng necessary.
There Is now about 75 per cent of
the oats acreage sown and tbe increase over last year is roughly estimated at about 20 per cent. About
10 per cent of. the barley is in the
ground and there are indications or
an Increase of about 15 per cent in
the acreage sown to this crop tbis
year.
Not quite half the flax acreage has
been sown and lt is possible that this
crop wlll���owing to the nature of the
season���show a marked Increase.
Slight frosts were experienced in the
flrst part of the month, but did no
damage to the young plants. The
warm weather of last week has caused rapid growth and with a large
amount of moisture In the soil the
grain cro.->s should make phenomenal
progress.
to desist fiom her tobacco. This
only applies cf courBe, to cases
where a lady smokes in a public pait
of the establishment.
No lestrlctiouB can be placed on
the private use of tobacco by any one
regardless of sex or position.
Some feminine smoker shocked the
guests in a downtown iotun:la Tuesday night, hence the discussion.
KAISER   HOAXED IN
DISCOVERING   ANTIQUITIES
MAY    WOMEN    8MOKE?
SPLENDID      CROP     CONDITIONS.
Prevail in Saskatchewan���Increased
Grain Acreage.
Reslna June 2..���In the fourth tele-
granhle eron report Issued by the statistics branch of the Siskatchewan
Cepartmcnt of Agriculture, notice
has been taken especially ol the estimated increase In the acreage of the
grain crops and the percentage of
ench so'-n to ('ate. About 85 per
cent of all the grain crops is now in
Toronto Hotels Agitated Over Question  of   Etiquette.
Toronto June 2.���Are women allowed to smoke In the local hotels?
' m^b-mooted question ln the United States is beginning to arise ln
Toi onto also.
According to one hotel authority in
one of the larger concerns there are
no more restrictions against the tvo-
men smoking than against the opposite cer.
"If they wish to lndul-re In this fad
we have no means of preventing
them," be said, "except in those
arattments each as the parlors, etc.,
where smoking ts prohibited to men
also. We have no more oblecllon to
the women smoking than tho men."
Other hotels on the other hand according to what can be learned
would bo highly Indignant at such a
departure from the laws and customs o' convention.
Private holeU agreed that the fair
offender would be politely requested
Eerlin. June 2.���Roland Von Berlin, a popular weekly review, assumes the responsibility for a statement that the kaiser has been the
victim of a huge hoax In connection
with the alleged archaeological discoveries recently made in his presence at Corfu.
'Nobody Imagines that lt was purely a matter of accident that just during the few weeks of the kaiser's so-
jo'irn In Corfu Incalculably valuable
antiquities weie brought to light as lf
by maidc after being hidden from the
industrious spades of science tor
something like 2000 years. Every-
bojy Is convinced, on the contrary,
that a simile swindle has taken place
and tbat the kaiser has been hoaxed.
"Anybody who has been In Pom-
pell knows that the sensation of making discoveries can be enjoyed at the
cost of a little spare change. It only
depends on how much one cares to
spend before one can -discover a
band, an arm. or even ah entire marble head. That flattens the people
and harms nobody else.
"It ls a different matter when the |
Joke Is perpetrated at the expense or
the bead of the German Empire.
"Near relations of the Greek royal
family are telling everybody who
cares to listen that the "discoveries'
at Corfu were nothing but old finds
covered up and anxiously guatded until the kaiser came."
ares is Johnsa Caste, a lawyer, who
openly issues orders to the   senators
during   the   sittings.      He  gets   bills
passed  and  dictates  he appointment
of   cabinet    ministers.      Meanwhile
trade   is at a   standstill, apparently
awaiting the revolution and the restoration of settled conditions. Everybody in  the business woi Id believes
the monarchists wfll win easily.
It is reported the Royalists are properly equipped with arms, ammunition and fielj guns, huge quantities of
wbich lie hidden in northern Spain
and Southern Portugal. They are also reported to possess two monoplanes. Fully 70 per cent of the office: s of the republican troors are
said to be prepared to transfer their
allegiance to the former King Manuel the moment he reappears on the
scene.
TALE OF THE KILLING.
PORTUGUESE   REPUBLIC
RIDING   TO
DOOM
London, June 2.���That the Portuguese republic is a dismal failure and
Is tottering to Its fall ls evident from
tho present state of the country. Portugal Is seething with political corruptions, petty tyranny and monarchical conspiracy. Active preparations
for a revolt are said to be under way.
The republican government has failed to keep the promises which Justified a change from monarchy.
Instead of reduced taxation the
burdens on taxpayets have been practically doubled, with a consequent Increase ln the cost of living. The revenue thus raised Is chief!'' spent on
establishing a form of military rule.
Strong forces of troops are being
quartered wherever the opposition is
even suspected.
I; ls also said that a goodly p'o-
portlon of the money wrung from the
tieo* le reaches the pockets of certain
political leaders, especially members
Ot the Carbonado, a secret society
which tyranizes the country district?
with ar audacity equalling that of the
Neopolitan Camorra.
The reputed chief of the Carbonl-
������'    n*l
Murderer of Sweetheart    and    Rival
Seattle, June 2.���Dry-eyed, with
hardly a quiver ln the low tones of
his voice, Joe Miller told yesterday
afternoon the story of the events
which had led to his killing of the
woman he !o,ed, Effle Lassen, and of
the man whom he believes to have
been prefened by her, George Feiton.
"I have confessed." he said simply.
"I have told the priest what I am
telling you, and now I am sorry, i
shall plead guilty.   I shall be hung'."
Sitting in the corridor of the city
lockup, the mark of the curious
though accustomed eyes of the police
officials. Miller ptesented a tragic
flgure���'unshaven for several days,
his swarthy cheeks alteady drawn
with the sense of his deed, bis dark
eyes sunken, his uncombed hair falling over a low but intelligent fore-
bead, his form clothed In an - unbuttoned blue cotton shirt and serge
trousers, just as he had come from
his work, he said, he looked hla
misery.
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Wednesday. June Sth, at 2 p. in., at
tbe Alberta Stables, corner of Sixteenth Avenue and Victoria Road, Cedar Cottage, Vaacouver, twenty-five
bead of flne young, sound horses,
ages from S ts 7 yeara, weighing
from 1200 to 1700 pounds. All quiet
and well broken, also one team of
fine Hackneys; smsad. aged C and 7
years-;  fine action.
Horses are sold as represented   or
money refunded.
On view at stables any time up   today of sale.
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Vancouver.
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Tools especially.
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WESTMlndTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
THE KING'S BIRTHDAY.
Today wo celebrate tho birthday of
King George tlie Fifth, and in that
celebration we do honor not only to
the king, but to the institution of
sovereignty itself.
Of that same institution of sovereignty there are some who fail to see
the use, if we may express lt crudely.
But We venture to think that, a little
reflection will cause such persons to
look diffeiently on the question.
Everybody is familiar with tlie argument that the king Is necessary, he-
cause of the Indian empire and Uie
fact that the populations of that vast
continent cannot realize an abstract
idea unless embodied in n person,
and are not inclined to pay respect to
any but an hereditary monarch. Bui
though that is trie and important, it
does net strike home to tho discontented themrclvos, and happily, the
king's use does not end there,
The BmisTi empire is a composite
body, made up of five self-governing
dominions and many crown colonies.
Great Britain is a!:;o no unimportant
part ol tiie great composition. All
these diireieni parts are-imbued with
a stron? spirit of independence, and
the roct cf all their Institutions is
���democ!acy. Over all. paradoxically,
rules the lrfng. The king is the one
common factor, for even one speech
is not common throughout an empire
where two million Frenchmen populate Quebec and the Dutchman prc-
donatcs in South Africa. The king
il is alone tliat commands the respect
of all tlie different peoples: in him
are bound up all the threads of loyally that kee-) the whole together,
The    king    is    also    non-partisan. I
Think   wbat    n  difference    it  would/
make if the supreme    authority was
represented by the British House   of
Commons c-r hy an elected president.
Then there would be possible no slow
working out of an Imperial constitution throughout  the ;eara.     No self-
governing -dominion  would  accept aa
Its titular head a president or a parliament cl<*>ted by the people of the
British  isles.      To elect a president
that  could    represent  the whole empire would ha impossible.    Rut about
the sovereign there is nothing impossible.    All leoples can accept bim as
���their titular head, and the most dem-
ocratic peoples in  the world  do pay
hlm respect as standing for the greatest political experiment the wo:Id has
ever seen, the idea of the British empire.
Other uses the king has. ceremonial
uses, diplomatic, uses and constitutional uses, but these we will not
dwell on now. Today is the sovereign's birthday, and while it is well
to seize this occasion to examine the
value of that same sovereignly to the
empire, it is also well to remember
King George as a living person and a
successful kih��V He Is particularly a
���colonial kin?, just as his father might
tho two cities, wc yet would advocate a common unue. standing of the
ambitions of the two and a natural
respect tor their lespectlve feelings.
Tho worst way to boost, i.s to knock
tne rival proposition. If nothing
good can be said of It, let it alone,
but it is still better to acknowledge
'.ts merits and then point out, without odious comparisons what cceni,
of course, to be the exceedingly superior qualities of your own city.
We believe that the best of Vancouver's citizens are ready to adopt
this policy. If on the other hand
there aro, an it is claimed, several
who are less generous, the Royal City
would do well to take steps to combat their influence, but not to let
tiieir actions embitter her feelings
towards the Burrard inlet settlement
as a whole. Both cities have their
me.its, and if we happen to have the
fresh water and the public waterfront on. the Fraser we need not rub
salt water Into the sores of Vancouver, nor need they over there do
worse than forget these important
points in our favor.
GOOD SHOOTING BY
LOCAL MARKSMEN
Pc*sib!e  at 500    Yards Was    Scored
Both by Militiaman and
Civilian.
Tliere was whip-like cracking of
guns in plenty on Saturday afternoon
and some very good scores were" run
up hoih by the militia boys and tha
Civilian  Rifle association.
Regarding the latter Simpson walked off with the si oon fo;' the possible
at 500 yard/, while Abbott gained a
similar tlophy for the highest score
of the week. The average value per
shot per man was 1.03. The scores
this season have so Car 'nee:; consider.
ably letter than last year, and lhe
present avera^s is well over four
poinis���an "inner" average. Only one
week this year has the average fallen
below this flgure.
The next shoot will be cn Saturday
over the 800, '.'tm and 1000 yard
ranees, and lhe new firing platform
which was nut in on May i'l will then
be used for the firs', time.
Here are the scores
200
V, 'I. C. Abbott .. 31
F. J. Simpson   30
A. F.  Menzies     32
George  Huir   ..   .. 32
if. Lindahl  33
500   600
Ttl.
911
A. Robertson.
Cooks 	
D. Li,
B. W.
II. S.
,!ithody   .. .
Dewhurst
Walsh   ...
30
31
L'S
28
20
30
31
28
31
30
-.""��
1'4
31
31
29
25
20
Sl
78
C��
ii
That
Mati
Kerr"
DOUBLE CORNER cornering on
Elgtli avenue and Sixteenth street
with lane at rear; fine view; close to
new R. C. Electric cut-off. Price $2000,
with terms of one-third cash and the
balance in six, twelve and eighteen
months.
FINE LOT on Fifth street, partly
cleared with lane at rear; close to
Eighth avenue; one block to car;
size 50x132 feet. Price $1000; terms
to arrange.
FINE RESIDENTIAL SITE on
Fifth stieet near Sixth avenue. This
pioperty has a frontage of sixty-six
feet on Fifth street, wilh a depth of
cne hundred and forty and cue-half
leet. It is thoroughly cleared and
level; cornering on lane, also lano at
rear. One block to car. This lot is
situated ln the heart of the residential section of this clly and for immediate sale can be dellvei ed for
$295Q on terms of one-u.uart.cr cash
and the balance In six, twelve and
eighteen months.
Fine seen roomed modern house,
full sized cement basement wi.'n
furnace, lire place, cement Iloor,
laundry tubs; beamed ceiling, tlidn:.;
doors, etc., etc. Pine view, lot. 44x132
feet; one block to car; close lo
school and park. House just, completed and has never been occupied.
PliCO for cne wee'; only $1800; terms
$850 cash, balance to suit purchaser.
HERE IS A REAL
SNAP
LARGE SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE, thoroughly modern, with*basement, furnace, etc.; new; lot 50x132 feet,
with lane at rear; faces south and commands a good
view of the river. This house ls situated on Edinburgh
street between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. This ls an
excellent revenue producing investment, as the house Is
at present rented for $26.00 per month, and It would
also make a flue homo as It ls situated half a block from
the car and two blocks to school and park. Price for
immediate sale only $3150. Terms $360 cash and tho
balance $25 a month. Pu:chaser to assume mortgage
due in two years.
Builders Attention !
$100 CASH Will Handle It
Wc have a fine lot situated on Eighth avenue near
Twelfth street, size 66x132 ft.; thoroughly cleared and
graded with lane at rear., lt is close to school, par!:, car,
etc, Excellent proposition for building two houses. For
immediate sale we csn deliver this iot for $1800; $100
casli and the balance in 6ix months, providing ths purchaser will start to build immediately.
FINE BUSINESS LOT on Sixth
stieet near Fifth avenue; cleared-
lane at rear. 1'ilce only $2000; one-
third cash and the balance In (i 12
and IS months,
LARGE LOT on Durham street
near Fourth street; size 60xl48U feet'
cleared. Price for Immediate sale,
$1150, with terms of one-third cash!
and the balance in fi, 12 and 18
months.
EXCELLENT DOUBLE CORNER
on Tenth stieet near Eighth avenue;
size 10(1x122 feet, facing on two
Streets and close to car, school, park,
etc. This lot Is situated In a very
progressive part of this city and will
make the owner a latge profit ln a
very short time.
FINE CORNER LOT on Eighth
etreet and Eighth avenue; size 50x10(1
feet: facing on Eightli street and
overlooking Moody park; two blocks
to school and car. Price for immediate talc. $1475. Terms, one-third
cash and the balance In 6, 12 and IS
months.
NEW FIVE ROOMED HOUSE,
modern with basement, piped for
furnace, panelled walls in dlnin;;
room, etc.; lot 43x100 feet; thoroughly ckaie.l. graded and fenced: ono
and one-half blocks to car line. Price
$2700. Terms. $600 or $700 cash and
the balance over three yeais.
be called a European king, and lie is
also a sailor king. For these qualities we can give him particular honor
and every citizen will Join today in
wishing "Long live the King, may bis
reign be prosperous and iieaceful and
may il see a steady progress towards
the solution of those problems, politl-
���cal and economic that are distracting the world today."
j Militia Shooting.
The  record  of  the   lOlih
shooting scores is as under
200    500
Sergt.   Simpson   .. 30
Corrl.   McKenzie   .  2S
Staff-Sgt. Steffens    32
Pte.  Garraway   ... 22
Pte. S. B. Meiss  ..  2S
Pte.   Mav ins      19 ^^^^^
It. will be seen that Sergt "Fred"
made a possible at 600 yards. He Is
a very enthusiastic shot and very
keen to improve his s?ores.
Corporal McKenzie was the surprise packet on Saturday with the
rife. This young shot is in line for
more good scores if he will keep up
his practice regulaily. This remark
applies to all the others. A few faces
were missing from the range on Sat-
unlay, but the missing ones are far
too, kee,n on the game to keep awav
for very lone;. With the materia! al
present practicing, it will not be long
befoie New Westminster will again
hold ber own with all comers. Keep
the.intercst goln^ boys, will meet you
again next week.
"Pull   Through."
614 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
THE NEWEST JABOTS.
TWIN    CITIES.
The scheme suggested to the
Hoard of Trade of opening ;t New
Westminster bureau of Information
in Vancouver, will receive the support of nearly every business man ln
the city. Many rumors Me rife ol
discrimination agalnsl this city
tfhown In Vancouver, and although
these mav be exaggerated, neverthe-
less it is" clear thai to Overcome ihe, ���,,.., |jf b, fc ,
natural fascination of the larger city I
Combinations In Colored Nat Ars Vary
Modish.
Plain white linen or lace Jabots havr
become rather monotonous since tbey
bave been iu popular favor for so
many season* past, but we cannot do
without some lacy adjunct to take tbeii
places.
A new and decidedly pretty Riibsll-
tute for the lingerie jabot is one made
entirely of finely plaited net.
Make two sections, one above the
otber and exactly the same size, the
under portion being of black net and
tli)- upper of while net. These siiould
be seven inches long and fourteen
Inches wide. The width Is laid lu line
vertical plaits and with n warm Iron
pressed Into place.
Directly down the center fronl sew a
������and Its preponderating Influent
one half inches wide.    Point it at tbe
the newcomer, New Westminster I '��*M en(1 aud "l Intervals attach to
Should have some means of putting th�� three handsome paste buttons.
her own case before the public and uiu. k gems or small rings of coral with
the immigrant. a pendent drop on each.
iNow that Westminster nnd Van- j Tbe combination of black nnd white
'���ouver are hoih pursuing a policy of j |g very fashionable, but if you desire
lattive and aggressive progress, the t0 i,���Te this type of Jabot to match
rivalry  between   the  cities  is  bound j Hnv nnrHmlnp ���������),,,������ ..������ ������ ..-
to be keen. Both pin their faith on
being great ports. Up to d;:te Vancouver has made the most of her op- j
port unit ies, but now this city has
awakened to the fact that on the
Praser there is an even finer site for
u i>ort than exists on Burrard inlet.
This means a struggle for recognition by Westminster, and a struggle!
to retain supremacy by Vancouver,
hut there is ho reason why either
city should knock tho other In the
tight. Tiie very best of feeling can
���exist between two stem competitors.
Even tlie heads of opposite political
parties hobnob with each other out-
riiie of the House or commons, now
much more then, ean two cil ies preserve the mo��t cordial relation's,
while lighting the best of fights for
Industrial an.l commercial supremacy
"While  recogni7.ing  tben,  the  keen-
mesj u, ;..c cuiu��ns; struggle between
any particular costume you can make
the under portion of any color or sbade
you wish. China blue or old rose is
especially attractive under white. A
flat bow of velvet or plaited net may
bo added to the top of the Jabot In
tbe center of tbls place a fancy button.
AUSTRALIAN    LIGHTWEIGHT
REPORT   SOME   CLASS
New York, June l\���From Australia, whicli lias produced such fighters as Bob Fitzslmmons, Peter Jackson and Young Grlffo, comas a new
esrirant ror the lightweight title held
by Ad Wolgast, in tho person of
Imr.li Mehegan.
Fran Pleato, thc Los A'V'clos lta
'inn flrfvei* ierOT.il;. returned Iron
tho antipodes, where he lost In 2'
lotmds with the Australian cbnrttipJtin
Plca:o, who hnj a'so h.i .c , Wolgas.l,
has the following to say about Mehegan:
"The Australian champion is a rugged, clever lighter. [ tnliik I am
pretty good myself, but 1 never was
eiuite able to hold my ojh with that
fellow. I am a little bigger, too. Yes,
Hughie can do 132 pounds, but he
would prefer to make it several hours
befoie fighting. You kt/)W he went
2u rounds with Jimmy Clabby, which
speaks much for his prowess.
"Mehegan is of the clever Australian type. ile hits well with both
hands���hard enough to stop most
anybody if he connects right. He's
game, well seasoned, a coo! fellow In
action, and a mighty hard man to
heat. I don't figure that Wolgast is
much better than he was when I
fougut him In Los Angeles. He certainly was good enough then. I think
Mehegan can give o.ir champion a
hard, tough flght. I don't >ay that he
will win, hut Wolgast w7*> know he
has been in a battle before ho gets
through. Mehegan stacks up with the
aveiage American lightweight. He ls
due in this country some time this
summer or fall. Hughie is willing to
fight Wolgast first or battle his way
to the top."
r" *y*72;'.*'urr JppT^S '���!'���?'���?�����'���
WHAT WAS
SHE
THINKING
ABOUT ?
They were sitting In the:
front parlor. Charlie was telling aboul the motor car he an��l
Bill were going to buy no. t
summer and the swell tlmo
they'd give their girl friends.
Mabel was secretly wondering
how he'd pay for it, for she
knew where he worked. Mabel
had seen Robert In the People's
Trust Co.'s office depositing
money at 4 per cent, (interest,
com] ounded every 3 months,
and she was thinking.
What was sho thinkiic
about ?
Figure it nut.
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Program    Changes    Mondays,
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Beginning at  7:30.
Admission 10c.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leavo B. C. E. R. station for
Vancouver at 5:00, 5:45, (1:00
a.m., and every 15 minutes
thereafter, until 1) p.m., half
hourly service until 11 n.m.
Last car at 12 midnight.
Sunday Service���Cars leave
for Vancouver at (!, 7, 7:30, 8,
8:30 a.m.. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car at 12 midnight.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch���Cars leave
B .C. E. It. Co. station for Vnncouver it ��,�����*;, n-45 and 8:01
a.m., with hourly servlee thereafter null! 10 i). in. and latecar
Freight Service.���Leave N'ew
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20
Lulu     Island     Branch (To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Curs
leave B. C. E. It. Co. station ut
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves nt 8:00 a.m. Kegular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Wesiminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch.��� Cars
leave n. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
at !':3ti a.m., 1:2(1 and fi:10. Kor
Huntingdon and way points at
4:05 p.m.
at 11:30 p. m. /    ���	
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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE FtVB
SM AMATEURS
DOWN VICTORIAS
Evenly Contested Game Was Replete
with  Interest from Start to
Finish.
GREEN SHIRTS GET
THEIR OWN BACK
Apparent     Lack     of
Ruins   Defence
of
Understanding
Salmon
Bellies.
In one of the most evenly contested games that one might wish to see,
the Westminster Senior Amateur la-
<.:os!<; team defeated the Victoria
twelve on Saturday afternoon by 5
koals to 4. The attendance at Queens
park was not very good, In fact poor
���compared to what the lacrosEe game
stands for in the Royal City.
Ti.e Capitals opened the scoring after <i minutes 55 seconds of play, McDonald being responsible. The Royals 'came back with a rush a few
minutes later, Storme, the latest te-
crult from the West Knds, equalizing
with a clever shot. Three minutes
Inter Swanson bulged the net by a
) aes from Storme, the score standing
L'-l in favor of Westminster at the
end of the first quarter.
Knd to end play followed the opening of the second period until Kobert-
son dropped a pretty shot which wub
Immediately followed by one from
Brynjolfrom for the Vies. Not to be
outdone, however, Robertson came
back with an overhand shot making
tiip score 4 to 2 iu favor of the locals
Tho Vies made determined efforts
at this *gta:-:e to reduce tlieir opponents' lead, but found a perfect stone
wall in the shape of the local de-
fence, W. Patchell, at point, breaking up many a dangeious rush. The
pace maintained in the first two quarters somewhat winded the players,
bo that the third peiiod was e.low
nnd uninteresting, no tallies being
Tecorded*throughout thc whole of the
twenty minutes.
The last quarter opened with a
rush bj tiie Vlc3, and while pulling
down a high one, Keary let In Mc-
I'nua'l, who shot it into tho net.
McCarter followed a minute later,
bringing the two teams on un equal
fo tin*. To make matters ivoise W.
Patchell wan ruled off a' this point,
and bore ran high with the Capitals.
With in minutes to play. S.vanscn
slammed in the winning tally amid
-enthusiasm fior*the crowd. Storme
end Sangster, the latest recruits from
the We : i.:i I. hoth played sterling
games and well merited their Inclusion in t!i? ranks of the rcniois.
The learns lined up as follows:
Westminster���Keary, Patchell, Wilson Patchell, IS. cooper. Gregory,
Battson, Sangster, Fitzgerald. Robert-
tun, Stoi me. Slater and Swanson.
Victoria���Johnson, Sweeney, Pettlcrew. St\les. Taylor. Johnson, .McCarter McGregor, Raker. Brynjolfrom
McDonald and Ferguson.
Kefcree, .1. I. Keary: judpe of play.
B. Henry: goal umpires, G. Kelly,
Westminster, Campbell. Victoria:
tlmektcj'eis. Hume, Westminster.
Smith. Victoria; penalty keeper, G.
"McMurphy.
a long
  m    ���
������������������������������������������
Northwestern" League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Victoria    :.
Vancouver 	
Portland  	
'Tacoma	
Seatlb��   	
Spokane
BASEBALL.
Jo
11
21
120
L'l
22
23
2.;
25
21
. BO*
.531
.510
. 500
.455
.445
Yesterday's Games.
At Seattle��� R. H. E.
Victoria 5   8   0
Portland  3   8   o
Batteries:      Wilson     and     Meek;
HloomlieTd. Doty und Hants.
At S,o;vano��� R-H. E.
Beattie    "15    2
Spokane    IM    *
Batteriea':    James    and    Whaling;
Cochrane. Kraft and DevoRt.
At Tacoma��� R- H. E
 8 10   3
'. ..4    G   3
Vanrouv
Tacoma  . ^^^^^^^^^^^
Hatierles:    Clark and Lewis;
and Crlttendon.
American League.
Won. Lost.
Chicago '. ������   ������ 29
Hoston  26
Philadelphia lR
Detroit    21
Washington  20
Cleveland   is
New  ^oik     18
St.  Louis las********m. * ��� 12
lial
1 !
14
W
21
21
20
Pet.
. f.0<!
.050
.514
.500
.488
.474
Ml
.300
Defeated nine goals to three. Thus
tho Salmon Eellles lost the opening
game in Vancouver last Saturday
afternoon In one of the most uninteresting events���at least from the
point of view of local enthusiasts--
seen in the B. C. league for
time. M^^^^^
The game, wbich was witnessed by
over 1)000 people, was won and lost
in the first quarter, and with a two
goal lead staring them In the face
the local defence appeared to go all
to pieces.
Bun Clark, the stellar player of the
cupholders last season, was off form
altogether and after the net had been
bulged in during tbe first quarter, let
in several tallies, which on any other
occasion, would have been easy picking. It is of little uso crying over
split milk, the Salmon Bellies were
caught napping and they paid the
penalty. Pei haps It was the reorganized line-up that appeared on the
field, for Pat Feeney was dropped
and Hughie Gifford put in his place.
One thing that was noticeable, was
the lack of system shown by the
local defence, a lack of understanding
between tho goaltender and the other
players, which at the psychological
moment would have come in handy.
That can be temedied in a very short
tlmo, and would instill confidence in
Clark, if he only knew Just what
player was to check the opposition
when within shooting distance.
Afte,- Mayor Findlay, of Vancouver,
had faced off the ball, the locals secured possession and following some
pretty finessing. Doughy Spring
crashed one past Hess after one
minute and two seconds of play. This
spasm was short lived, however, for
McGregor equalize 1 after thice minutes and 40 seconds.
Carter and Lalonde followed this
Up wltii boring and rushing attacks.
so that at the end of the first quarter
tbe green shl;t3 had a lead of five
goals.
The Salmon Bellies pulled together
icier ln the secord quarter and
made things interesting for Hess for
a time. Kn.I to end fo.loved for a
time, George Rennie creating a little
excitement by clipping a te.v straws
off Con Jones' hat for which offence
he leceived a No, 5 chock. After It
minutes of play. McDOugal again ap-
Ieared in the limelight, scoiiiii; the
sixth, which was followed by one
fiom the stick of Lalon����.
Tbo third quarter was a scoreless
ono. the Vancouver home taking
things easy, while tiieir defence
iame through several spi'ited attacks
on the part of the lo;al home wltb
the score unchanged.
McGregor and Lalonde each: scored
in tbe last quarter and this appeared
to be a last apt cal to the Salmon
Bellies to play their real game. They
showed the crowl. which at times
assumed ragging tactics, that the
team was sli11 th3r�� wlth the Eoods,
and Grumpy Spring came through
with a tally. tolloweJ by Len Turn-
bull with a third.
The tame was, cn the whole, a
clean one and the penalties handed
out were for trivial offences. The
onlv unfortunate Incident of the
whole period of ! lay was when���in
the fourth uua'ter���George Bennie
accidentally felled Ccry Hess, laying
the Vancouver man out. for the rest
of the game. Newsy Lalonde too':
his pla-e, Rennie still remaining on
the fleld.
The   Teams.
Westminster���j| Vancouver.
OTal.
Clark    i '    He8B
/Point.
Howard    '���    GrlftIth
Cover Point.
T. Gifford    West
First Defence.
j   Gilford     Picketing
Second Defence.
O, Rennle   Ion
Third Defence.
H. Gilford    Godfrey
C entre.
T. Rennle   Matheson
Third Home
Turnbull   	
Eecond    ^^^^^^^^^
    McGregor
^^^^^    First l.om
C. Sptlng
wmmmm
731   COLUMBIA
STREET
VANCOUVER  CRICKETERS
DEFEAT  WESTMINSTER
The local cricket team succumbed
to the Vancouver Club on Saturday
afternoon, the visitors easily winning
the game with six wickets to spare.
With four wickety down for 100
runs, the visitors declared. The locals, with the exception of Spoffotn,
and Hebron, quickly fell before the
Vancouver trundlers and were &U out
for OC. The Terminal City Club appears to have the strongest team in
tbe league, and. Saturday's defeat
does not diminish the chances of he
locals coming out near the top of the
league standing when the season
closes.
Vancouver C. C.
C. Guild, c and b Hebion >... 4<i
A. Kaye, b Hockley      18
I. Crane, b Hebron . >*  14
C. Ulingswoith, c Hockley, b   Hebron           0
I. Minns, not out   10
B, Foster, not out     0
I. B! Ramsden, did not bat	
II. Roden, did not bat 	
G. Birkenhead, did not bat	
Extras        12
Tag Day in Manitoba.
Winnipeg, June  2.���Ta^    day    receipts  were  ?13,433.    The total  for
the province is   expected   to   reach
$25,000.
Total for four wickets
.loo
ss-
4!
New Westminster C. C.
F.  A.   Rose,  hit   wck.,  b   Hlm
worth      	
T. Y. Hebron, b Crane  	
F. ballin, b Crane	
R.  M. Stiofforth. b FoBter  	
Rev.    T.  R.  Bartlett,    b    lilings-
wortli           3
L. A. White, b Minns      0
W.  Koc'txy, b Guild        8
T. D. Sheiirf. b  Foster       7
T.   M,   Veadon;   h  Illingswonh   ....1
W. Johnson, c   Minns,   b   Illingswonh         o
A. Tyar, not out        0
Extras           3
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
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Total
66
Nationals Defeat Torcn'.os.
Montreal. June 2.���The Naliona'.s
took the measure of R. J. Fleming';
aygie^aticn of laciosse stick hant-
iere here yesterday afternoon by a
Score of S to 5. The rl.iy was close
urouchout and lhe pane was witnessed by a gcod si;.ed crowd.
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Battering:      Ceor��e   nnd
Wood and NunamaUer.
SH0.7T JABS OF SPy.'T.
Mliisi-.'e took the messiro of the
Sumas baseball team yesterday in an
interesting game.
Th*. Mn��!p Lcats hee finailv de-
c'rled to rcne into the fold of the
Cltv naaehall Leslie anl a meeting:
will he he'd tMs evening to draft i
Rchcrtnle Irr thc three teitns,
morale, Moose and the Maple
 M.:rray
  Ilonie.
Wintemute
First i.omo.   J^i��^^^
^^^^^^^_f..'. .Carter
  Outside Home.
L.   Turnbull       McDougall
Inside Dome.
     Lalonde
Goal   Summary.
First   Quarter���1,
O,  Spring
R. H. E.
4 7    G
5 12    1
Adams;
Bal-
Leafs.
The Senior ^nnte'ir lacronsc tca^i
win iraclce lus ���- cnln-r on Moody
prinprc in preparation for tha ap-
proachlng frame with Ihe Mann cup
holders, t o V. A. C. team of Vancouver. ,      i
New Westminster, C. Spring, 1:02; 2. Vancouver,
. cOre^o- 8*40: ". Vancouver, 1:20
4, Vancouver, Lalon'Ie,-",^: 6, Van
couver. Carter, 5:45; ��. Vancouver
Carter, 1:82.
Second Onarter���7, Vancouver.
Dougall, 10:05; S, Vancouver,
londe, 2:20.
Third Qtiaiter���No sco'e.
Fourth Q'.iatrer���!", Vnncouver, Car.
trr ao reconds; I'i, Vancouver. McGregor, 2 mln.; 11, Westminster, G.
Bering   2:40;    12, Westminster,   L.
Turnbull, ll:on.
Penalties.
Firrt Qu'arter--L. Turnbull (Westminster), 5 min.
Secon i   Quarter���Went   (Van.),
min..: G. Rei-nh? (W*at..i, 5 min.
Third   Quarter���Carte-    (\an.).
mln.;  Ion    (Ven.), 5 mil
(VPn). 5 mln.
FouVth Quarte:���C. Spring (West.)
5 mln.: O. T?.ennie (West.), 5 mln.: T
Ciford (West), teat   of game
rroy.lmatclv'4 niln.) ,
OfflclR'*.
I'pfetee���Toe Reynolds.
T'i'U'e of Play���Ceai>e Tuck.
TiiT'cUeters��� W.      Ellis,      F.
Lynch.
rcna'ty Tlmel-.ee,; ers���C. Youne,
II. r. Malor.
Goal Umpires���Lionel Yorke,
ler Chamberlain.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
LANO  REGISTRY ACT.
i     I
mn
neer and City Assessor bavlng   been
^^^^^    ^_^_ | adopted by the Council.
Re Lot f       roup Two (2), New West- j     Notice is hereby given that the said
r..inster District. j reports are open for inspection at the
A certificate of indefeasible Title to ' office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
the above property will be issued   to \ Columbia   street.   New   Westminster,
Alexand. ��� Cruickshank   on the   20th j B.  C,  and    that   unless   a   petition
day of June  191*  unless in the mean- i against   the   proposed   works   above
time a valid    objection    thereto    be i mentioned  signed  by  a   majority  of
made to n�� in writing bv a person or j the owners of the land or real prop-
persons claiming an estate or interest; ��rty to he assessed or charged ln re-
therein, or ln anv part thereof.           I fHect ��f such works   representing  at
C S  KKITH,             ! ieast one half in value thereof Is pre-
District Registrar of Titles. U����ted to the Council within   flfteen
Land Recistiv Office, New Westmiu-; days from the date of the first publi-
Bter   B  C    Mav 1".   I'U"                         (cation of this notice the Council will
 ���    "_' _ "                      | proceed  with the proposed   improvements  under such   terms and   condi
tions as to the payment of the costs
of such improvements as the Council
in
The person  or persons havln
their custodv or possession tlie follow-
BS2ST^nS,JSSiBfo "efivrfe i ��? may by bylaw ,��� that behalf reg
same-to the undersigned.
Deed,  dated.  8th  July
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival:
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.
Closing*
n.'r.
 23:00
also   to
_ .  1904. from j
th��    British    Columbia    Corporation, j
Limited,   (Foreign),     to     Alexander j
Cruickshank. of Lot 05,   Group   Two
(2), New Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
ulate   and   determine   and
make the said assessment.
Dated this 15th   day of May, 1912.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication   16th May,
1912.
CITY     OF
Local
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Improvement    Notice ��� Sixth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having b.v resolution determined and sjecified thai
it is desirable to carry out the follow-
CITY
Local
OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Improvement Notice ��� Fifth
Street Sewer Area.
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 of laying Main Storm sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
ing works of laying Main Storm sew- j Fifth street from Third to Sixth
ers and works contingent theieto on ^ ayenue ftom ponrth fa p,fth
the following streets: j streets.
Sixth stieet from Clarkson to Sixth !     Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fiftfc
' etietts,
avenue.
Sixth avenue from Sixth   street  to
Third street.
Fourth street from Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina street from Third stieet .tn
Fourth street.
Fifth avenue from Fifth   street   to
Sixth stieet.
Lane US feet north of Fourth ave-
nue between Fifth and   Sixth   street.
Blackford street irom Sixth   streel
to Fifth streets.
Tliiid avenue from Sixth street to
Fouith stieet.
Lancaster street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
St. George street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Liverpool  street fiom Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Queens avenue from Sixtli street to
Fourth  street.
Cunningham    street    from     Sixth
street to Fourth stieet.
Agnes street from Sixth street to
Fouith street.
Victoria street fiom Sixfh street to
Fourth street.
Carnarvon street from Sixth  street
to Fourtli street.
Clarkson street from   Sixth   street
to Church stieet.
And tliat said works be carried out
in accordance witb the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 191S."
And the Ctty Engineer and City Assessor having reported  to the Council ln accoi dance with the provisions
ot   the   said    bylaw   upon    tbe   said.
works piling statements showing thej
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against the vai ious  portions  of real
povperty  to be benefited  by  the said
works  and  other  particulars aud  the
said   reports   ot   the  said    City   Engl-j
neer and City  Assessor having   been)
adopted by  tbe Council.
Notice is bereby given that ibe
said reports are open fnr Inspection
at the office of tlie Clty Assesor.
City Hall. Columbia stieet, New
Westminster, B. ('., and that unless a
I>etltlon against lbe proposed works
above mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of tlie land or
real property to be assessed or
charged in respect of such works rep-
jesentiiig at least one half in value
thereof is piesented to the Council
within fifteen da>s from the date of
the first publication of this notice
the Council will proceed with the proposed Improvements under such
terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Council may by bylaw
in that behftlf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 15th dav of May, 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication Kith Mav,
1912.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifti
streets.
And that said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
"The Local Improvement General Bylaw  1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance wdth the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the saie
works and other particulars and the
said reportB of the said City Engineei
and City Assessor liaving been adopt
ed by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the sah
reports are open for inspection at th*
office of the City Assessor, City Hall
Columbia    stieet.   New   Westmlnstei
B.   ('.,   and   that   unless   a   petitioi
against   the   proposed   works    abovt
mentioned  signed   by   a    majority  o
the owners of the land or real prop
erty to be assessed or charged in re
spect of such works   representing   a
least one half In value thereof is pre
scnte.i to the   Council within   fifteei
days from the date of the first publi
cation of this notice the Council wil
proceed  witb  the proposed   improve
ments   under  such   terms  and  condi
(tons  is  to  the  in-menf  of  pie  cos
of such improvements as the Council
may b.v by-law In that behalf regulate
and determine and also  to make the
said assessment.
Dated  this   ICth day of   Mav, 1912.
VV.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Date of flrst publication   ltith Mav
19LJ.
CITY
Local
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local     Improvement     Notice ��� First
and   Second  Streets  Storm   Sewer
Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by resolution, determined and specified that lt
is desirable to cany oul the following works of laying Main Storm Sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Second street fiom Hoyal avenue
to  Elgin  itreet.
First  street   from  Hoyal avenue to
St. Patrick street.
St. Patrick fiom First to Third
Streets.
Fourth avenue from First to Second streets.
Arbutus street.
Emory street.
Third avenue from First to Second
streets.
Queens avenue from First to Third
streets.
Manitoba street.
Peele street.
Bonson street.
Park How.
Vancouver street.
Granville street.
Royal avenue from Third street to
McBride Boulevard,
Leopold  Place.
And thai said works be carried oul
in acordance with tlie provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor  having  reported  to the Council In accordance with the piovlsions
of  the   said    b. law   upon    ihe   said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be   chargeable1
against tbe various  portions  of real
pioperty  to  be  benofite I  by  the said !
works und  other  particulars  and  tlie '
eald reports Of  the  said   City   Eufil-
Improvement Notice���Fourth
Street Storm Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of lho Citv
of New Westminster liaving by resolution determined and specified thai
it is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm Sew
ers and works contingent thereto on
tho following streets:
Fourth street from Clarkson street
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth avenue  fiom Third to Fourt!
streets.
Fourth   a<enue   from    Second    t<
Fourth streets. ���
Oak  Etreet  from  Fouith   to   Fiftl
avenues.
Third    avenue    from    Second     tc
Fourth streets.
Pine street   from Third   to   Fourth
avenues.
Pearson street and right-of-way.
Queens    avenue    from    Third    to
Fourth streets.
Royal avenue from Third street to
Wise ravine.
Cunningham   street   from  Merivale
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street  from  Merivale street
to Fourth street.
Dickenson    street    from    Merivale
-treet  to Blackwood street.
Blackwood   street   from   Dickenson
street to Carnarvon street,
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale  tt
Fourth stieets.
And thai  said wor''s be cnMed on'
n  acordancp  with  the  provisions of
the "Local  Improvement General  Hylaw 1918."
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the
Council in accordance with tlie provisions of the said bylaw upon the
said wo; ks giving statements sbon
Ing ihe amounts estimated to Ih
chargeable against the various por
tlons of real property to be benefited
by the said works and other particu
bus nnd the said reports of the said
City Engineer and City Assessor having I*en adopted by the Council.
Notice Is bereby given that the said
reports aie   o;>en   for inspection   ai
Ithe office of the  City  Assessor,  Clt)
Hall. Columbia Street, Now Westmln
; Ster, 11. ('.. and tliat unless  a petition
I against   thn   proposed   works   above
! mentioned   signed   by   a    majority  ol
��� the owners of land or real   propert;
!lo he asses-ed or charged  in respect
of such   works  iepresen��ing   at   least
: one  half In  value thereof  is  present
I ed to' the Council within  fifteen days
| from the date of the llrst  publication
, of this notice the Council will proceed
; wltb  the  proposed  Improvements  un
: der such terms and conditions as tc
Ithe payment of the cost of such lm-
provements  as the  Council   mav by
bylaw |n that behalf regulate iint' determinate and also to make the said
assessment.
Dated this   15th   day of  Mnv. 1912
W. A. DUNCAN.
Citv  Clerk
Pnte of flrsl publication 18th May
1912.
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(da^ly except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
���0:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.46
.5:15���United States via G. N. R.
idaily  excent Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)   8:16
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)   13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Suuday)   8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)  14:00
11:40���Coquitlam (daily except  Sunday)    8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
. Edmonds  (daily except
Sunday)       11.15
0:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
14:00���East Burnaby (dally except Sunday    14:30
0:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday I    13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Keifs
via G. N. R. idaily except  Sunday) 14:01.
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Bat-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby  Lake  (daily ex-
cepl   rtuuunv     16:0*
L8:00���Edmonds    1 daily   except
Sunday)   16:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dailv except Sunday)   *j  23:00
5:15���Crescent, White Itock and
Blaine     ulally     except
Sunday)  	
6:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern liidge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   	
n.-20~ChIlliwack, Milner, Mt.
1 ehmaa, * ldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Gloverdale,Langley Prairie. Miirrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, Soutb
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station. Brad*
nor, Bellerose, via B.
C. B. R. Idaily except
Sunday)   	
1:20���Rand. Majuba Hill via
B. C. B. R. 1 Monday
VVednesday and Friday       	
20:40���Chilliwack via B. c. E. H.
idaily except Sunday).17
11:20���Ahbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. H. (dally
except Sunday)   17
.'0:40���Cloverdale via B.C.B.R.
(daily except Sunday) .17
2:00���Fraser Arm and Alta
Vista    23
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faded hair if you don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
is pray or faded, you can change it
ensily, quickly and effectively by using
Wyeth's Sage nnd Suljinur Hair
Remedy. Apply a littlo tonight, and in
the morning you will be agreeably surprised nt the results from a single
application. The gray hairs will be less
conspicuous, and after a few more
applications will be restored to natural
color.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp
clean and healthy, and promotes the
growth of the hair. It is a clean
wholesome dressing which may bo used
at any time with perfect safety.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your druggist today, and see how quickly it will
restore the youthful color and beauty of
your hair and forever end the nasty
anndruff, hot, itchy scalp and falling
hair. All druggists sell it under guarantee that the money will be refunded
if you are not satisfied after fair trial.
Special Agents, D. S. Curtis and 11.
Ryall.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice.
The Statutory Meeting of the
Board of License Commissioners,
will I"- held at the Municipal Hall,
on Wednesday, June 12, 1912, at 10
o'clock, In the forenoon.
ARTHUR  G.  MOORE.
Clerk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, B.C., June 1, 1912.
English Biological Expert .Vakes Important   Discoveries.
It is quite a common belief that if
t'e pure bred mate with the pure
bre 1 the progeny is bound to be pure.
Such .1 result, however, does net naturally follow,, and many breeders
particularly of fowls, have been pussier! to account for the various species which arise from parents uf pure
breed. Take, for instance, the case
of the blue Andalusian fowl. If two
birds of this strain are mated, it will
bo found fliat besides the blue birds
which hatch out there will be a certain number of blacks and of whites
witli occasional  black points.
Again, if the blues thus produced
are mated together, blacks and whites
will again appear among their offspring, and no amount of breeding
from tha blues alone will rid them
of the blnck and white blond, which
will crop out at every generation,
although blue birds only Rre mated
every time.
As a matter of fact, when bine 'An-
ilulusians sre mated together, according to Mr. A. D. Darbishire. the English expert, in his book. "Breeding
and the Mendelian Discovery," birds
of three types of color are produced
in t..e, three following proportions:
one black, two blue Andalusiaus. and
one white in every, four birds, on the
average. Ancl wliile the whites are
found to breed true, the Andnlusians,
when mated together again, produce
these three types in the same proportion.
On the othe.- hand, the result of
crossing a blnck and a white bird is a
blue Andalusian. and the blue birds
obtained In this way, when mated together, produce a generation ol fowls
again consisting of about one black,
two blues, and one white in four.
This phenomenon nf breeding forms
ore of the most striking illustrations
of what is known as tbs Mendelian
theory���i.e., the doctrine that in the
second and later generations of a
hybrid the combinations of the par-
ei.t character occur in a definite pro-
portion,
Here is another remarkable instance
nf recurrence in breeding which Mr.
Darbishire cites. As overy fowl-keeper knows, one of the characteristics
which distinguish the v-rinus breeds
of poultry is the form of the comb.
The commonest type of C' ml) is known
as the single comb, with Hat sides
nud the edge marked with deep in-
rlentatimis. A imt bar type, which
characterize- the Wyandottes. is
known as tlie "ruse" comb; a thir.l
type as the 'pea" comb; while a
fourth is known as the "walnut"
comb, which only occurs in tlie Malays. If a fowl with a "pen" comb
is mated with nve ha vin? a "rose"
comb, the result.m: hybrids have,
"walnut" enmbs, and when these hybrids are mated together the generation produced bus' the following re-
marksb'.e composition���nine "walnut"
combs, three "rose" combs, thre��
"pea" combs, and one single, although no single was put into the
cross.
The Crars For the Antique.
Whether the present cr-izes for antique:; represents in reality any ar-
tutic progress on the part of people
in general would lie 11 nice specula.
tion, says The London Globe, We
fear. In the majority of cases, the
acquisition (,r attempted acquisition
oi "genuine" old furniture, prints,
china and so fortli iH merely dictated
by a desire to be in the fashion, It
may be argued that even this is so
much to the good, since it is better
that persons ol small or no taste
should live in artistic surroundings,
even if they are unable to appreciate them. So much may be admitted, but our concern for the moment
is rather with the class of people who
have some instinct lor art, but who in
their pursuit of the beautiful ami
their dislike of the blatantly ugly bave
rushed into the extreme of acquiring
article* merely because they are "genuine old." Now. nge alone does not
necessarily imply beauty. An artistic
copy of 11 beautiful object is far more
to be cherished than an inartistic,
even if genuinely old, original. Rut.
unfortunately, most of us are sucb
.inpplsive creatures that in our haste
fci buy the old we are in danger of
forgetting to note whether it be really
beautiful as well. Tbe result will
probably be that in a few years' tune
tl e preset t era7,e will die out and we
shall be filling our room.; with | rice-
'.ess specimens of mid-Victorian art!
Curious Pavement Mark.
Tn the ancient town of Southampton
(Kng.l. and situated in the lui'h'H
purl of llie picturesque old lliyli
street, stand-' tb" Church ol Holy
11 md. Immediately before this
church, mid let into the public paw-
riK-Tir is n /mull brass cross soni" tl
inebe* or w inches I[i length and
breadth, Till* cro��* mnrks th" exact
-pol wher ��� 11 heavy ston,. pinnacle
I..'1 from llie top "I the chinch during
th- bu>ii'"t 1'iirt nl the dsy, mid it
also coitini'inorHt"* th.- Inct thnt,
though nimilier-; lit people were at the
time pacing and repassing, mil a
single person su.-taincd the slightest
injury.
Why   Parliament  Gathers  Tuesday.
The Hritish Piirliiini nt's custom of
assembling for 11 new session on
Tuesday instead of on the fir-t working day of the week originated in
the religious scruples of legislators of
a center/ airo. In 1^00 it was pro-
|H)sed th.it Monday sh uld be mads
tli? day of meeting, but one of tlie
member* protested that this would
involve Sunday triveling���a thing to
be abhorred. A number ol other
members sustained him in his pro-
1 .1 and the day for assembling was
made Tuesday.
A Booties* Attempt.
"Ma," said Tommy Twaddles, look-
ir.g up /Tom his reading of "Terry
the Tenspnt, "whst is a, bootless at-
tetnptC" "It's tbe scut your lather
makes to get in without my hearing
him Wben he comes homo lata trom
the club," answered Ma Twaddles incisively, fa doesn't stop to leiU'ilS
'em nt the foo' of the stairs now. He
knows it's uo use.
JUICE OF THE POPPY.
The Flower* Are Lanced to Obtain the
Crude Opium.
It Is proba hie  that few owners ot
flower  lieds are aware tnat the  poppies they cultivate purely fororuninent
will, tf treated correctly, produce opt-!
um.    When the Bower petnls Dave fall-1
eD. leaving tbe seed capsule bare. thero
will exude. If un  incision la mude In
tbat body, a sticky Juice.    'This Juice '
ls opium.   It varies lu certnln chemical
qualities   according   to   the   country i
wherein It Is cultivated nnd the varl- j
ety of plant wberefrom It ls produced.   ���,
Although tbe poppy will grow tn al- j
most any climate. It Is In the eust It
Is most successfully cultivated. When
the land bus been plowed and harrowed tbe poppy seed Is sown, ubout six
pounds of seed iieing sufficient for
one-tblrd of au acre. Just ns soon us
lt begins to germinate, shout a week
after sowing In certain localities, the
laud Is divided tiy furrows into rectangular beds about eight feet 10 length
by four In breiidib. These channels
nre employed for Irrigation, as tb*
plants need frequent wuterlng. Rome-
times eren untll the time of maturity.   I
About two months and a balf after
{termination the (lower appears, and its '
four petals are gently removed ou the
third day after their expansion, to be
pasted together with tbe leavea destined to form tbe outer shell ot the
opium cake. Then after about elgbt
or tea days tbe capsules are lanced���at'
night���and tbe Juice which hns exud- '
ed from the Incisions Is scraped off in
tbe morning witu n small scoop and
transferred to 1 metal or earthen vessel. This process Is repeated three or
four times at Intervals of two or ttiree,
days, tbe result being pure opium.
Tbe flower petals. Ibe plant leaves nnd
tbe stalks bave iilsu u considerable
value for packing purposes. Tbe thicker portions of the stalk are used by
natives for firewood.
Tbe crude opium baring been gathered, lt Is stored by tbe cultivator uud
carefully watched and examined from
time to time In order that uu mold or
taint may attack It. Finally the opium
Is mode Into cukes, dried, packed lu
boxes and removed to market tor tale.
���Mew Vork Press.
GOES TO COMMISSION
A. 3. GOODEVE IS HIGH'.Y POPULAR AT THE  CAPITAL.
Conservative Member of Parliament
For Kootenay Who Take3 Ihe Place
of the Late Thomas Greena'way on-
the Railway Board, Was Born at'
Guelph In I8?0 and- Entered Federal Politic In 1908.
The vacancy on the Railway Cnm-
mLsi'a rf Canada, cause 1 some time
ng> by the death of Hon. Thomas
Greenway, has been filled by the appointment of Arthur Samuel Goodeve,
M.I'. fnr Kootenay, B.C., nnd assistant sJn'ef Government whip in the
House of Commons. The new commissioner will represent the west on
the hoard and it Is said that he is
particularly well qunlitied for the
position as he has been for some
years a very close student of railway
and  transportation  problems.
He is one of the big me:: from the
Pt:IttJ province nnd was looked upon
as a strong enndidate for a Cabinet
portfolio nt the time of the formation
of the present sdministration. He is
an old Ontario boy, born nt Guelphj
in IPGO. nnd when a young man qualified himself as 11 druggist, heing ��
graduate of the College nf Pharmacy
aud  having  practiced  his  profession
B0NEHEAD BASEBALL
Thia Wa* About the Richest Double
Play Ever Perpetrated.
Double boueiieads are rare In baseball��� scarcer tuan bens' teeth, uud
naturally so. for tbe completion of a
bone bead requires vigilance uud quick
thinking by the opposition. Still, double concretes, happen ever unci Illlllll.
the most famous one possibly heing
that [Hilled b.v Cozy Dolan and Harry
Gessler at Chicago several years ago.
On tbls occasion poinu Had reached
second lu llie ninth, mid one wus
down. Hie score at tbe tithe Iieing in
1:1 voi- of tiie t'ulis by a one run margin. The next butter hoisted a long
fly over center Held. Gessler grabbed
Ihe ball and. deciding that it was tbe
third out. tucked tbe ball lu his pocket nud Hew for the clubhouse.
Dolan. Instead of taking advantage
of tbe break to score the tying run.
also figured Hint It was the third out
nnd followed Gessler across tbe Held,
wblle n raving mob of players from
both teams, surrounding them, tried
to Impress the horror of tbe situation
upon them.
Artie Hnfinsn finally took the ball
away from Gessler. chased Dolan to
the clubhouse nnd made tbe patent at
the edge of the bathtub. That wns
the richest double break on record.
but there lmve lieen ��� tew others almost us funny.
4    r
lb
ffV.      jU * -^ '*
R-ynl Night Bodyguard*.
Kor inure than 4i��0 yenrs 11 body ot
men known as lbe Monteros de Ks
pluriRii Have enjoyed the exclusive
privilege of watching over tbe slumbers or (lie kings uud queens of Spain
They are Ismail by tradition to tie natives of Ksplliuwi and to hiire served
wilh distinction In the army. One of
tbese Is oil gnnrd at Hie door of the
bed room of each royal personage In
the palace, umi the others, armed with
huge halberds nud wearing felt soled
shoes, trend silently nil through the
night along the corridors nnd halls
Their service lieglns nt midnight uud
ceases at 7 In Ihe morning.
'��ti
A. F. OOOtlE��E.
for sonip time in western Ontario. In
earlv life he moved tn Hriti-h Colum-
li 1 nnd located at Bosilund, ol whicli
town he was mavor in 198'J and in
18H.1.
He took n very active part in the
political arena and hns been rcc.i:-
ii>..'<i, as on-i nf tlie ablret campaigner! frcm the Pacific province ahil an
iis-iouoiis and painstaking repr \sen-
tative in Parliament. \\<* was appoint '. provincial secretary in the
McBrfde administration In id.c but
being defeated shortly afterwards in
his  own    coii-litucncy.    he    re.-u.'n��d
fro .1 the local Government and con-
t-<tc7i Kootenay for tL,e House of
Commons at ths general elections of
l!t!H, was returned in that year and
was successful in the general elections
last yenr. In 1009 he was appoint'd
a member oi the Timber and Forestry
Commission of pritish Columbia and
still occupies thnt position. He was
also Appointed 1. siitant Conservative
whip the .-nine year, ln tl 1 House of
Commons he bus d:
ouch knowledge of
tainin'.' to the west
staunch ndvncst.' of
thj Pacific provinc.
genial nature and
Parliament has made n large number
of friends in the capital who are much
pleased to learn of his appointment
to the Itailwiiy Commission.
The new rnilwny commissioner ha*
left tor his home in Hrili.-h Columbia.
to wind up his business, preparatory
to pfl ter ing upon his new dutie*. His
acceptance of nu ofiice under the
crown renders vacant the constiliwticy
of Kootenay. but it ll no', likely that
n bye-election will he held for soin.'
I'.aii* ns Parliament has just recently
prorogued.
t'nor-
per-
isplayed
nil matters
and  has hern a
the  intfr.-t-i  nl
H" is a mnn of
since   cut ring
Japanese "Silent'* Mu*ic.
A em Ious ceremony used to be performed in .lapun by the court musicians nt certain NIllUlU festivals. Until
hiriiiL'ed and wind Instruments were
used, but ll was held Unit no sound
should be allowed to full upon unworthy ears, nnd, us some ot the ears
present might be unworthy, all the
millions of playing were gone through
by the musicians, imt uot a single
sound was iieniit This Strang* custom iliiti'd hack many generations.
U*e Por a Friend.
"I let my house furnished, and they
have und uiensies there. Of course
we've Iind llie place disinfected, so I
suppose it's quite safe. Wbat do you
lb in k'/"
"I luiicy It would be all right, denr
lint I lliluli perhaps It would be safer
lu  lend  11  to a trietid  tlrst."-London
I'llllCtl.
Corrected.
"Wns Rome (untitled by Romeo?" Inquired a pupil or the teacher.
"No. m.v Son," replied the wise man
"It was Jnilel who wus found deud
by Itomeo "-London Answers.
Dividing th* Tatk.
I.oftle��� Oti. well, tet s kiss nnd mnke
Up. Dottle-All nghl. deur. I'll do lhe
kissing lull you've hnd more esperi-
Mile with lhe other part ot ttie program.-Cleveland Leader.
Quick Wheat Growing.
Before the Roy fll Uotanic SocWy
In Regent's I'ark. London, recently.
some remarkable dev.lopnients in
res arch upon the electro-culture of
plant life were demonstrated. Th"-se
developments are thc outcome til
study by two German scientist'', and
show that not only can th.- vitality of
plant life be appreciably stimulated
by electric influence, but that it is.
also possible, under simll'tr treatment,
to preserve vegetation against titer*
mil  antl  internal  parasitic attacks.
In   the lirst instance,  wheat urn ins..
were caused   to germinate  in   lifteen
minutes, A number of dry grams
wer.' placed in 11 line layer ol earth
upon a copper plate, and after moisture with an Insecticide wit-? subject-
ed to a powerful electric current.
At the conclusion of the period they
were examined and declared l't*f itntny
of the vl��itnr�� to exhibit distinct siens
of germination. The den��en#trator
showed that not only rotilr'. electrical
treatment hasten the initial devlop-
ment of thc seedling, but that plant
food coultl bu    pURiptd"   into   weak.
lings,
To  Prevent Sea-Sickneta. '
What \*\ elnim"d to he nn anti-seasick  chair  has  been  invented   by   an
Englishman, In?i"nd of legs, it is
supported on pivots, hi ttiat nu unit,
ter hnw violently the vessel nitty roll
or pitch, the user remains absolutely
undisturbed. Many trials hnve Iipsh
made wilh this chair, and it is claimed that it is eveiyiioru efficacious than
Ills itnti-scasick beds wilh whicli the
Medina Was UtiiOti lor the recent loyal
tour to India.
A Real Marriage Yoke.
In Hasutoliii.d the ladies, on reach-
ing the happy married state, don, in-
Ite&d of thu homely, insignificant
wedding-ring, a great brass collar. All
married women in Basutoland wear
these collars as a sort of mark or
insignia rf their rank. The eollarn are
slit at the back to allow ol their lm- 1
ing taken ofl. MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
To Readers of the
Westminster
This publication is now owned by the NATIONAL
PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LTD., a corporate
body, the directors of which are all well known business men of this city.
The National Printing & Publishing Company are
in the field to produce a Live Morning Paper worthy
of the Royal City. It will be a Strictly Independent
organ looking ever to the interests of the community and the broader issues at stake in our midst.
The National Printing & Publishing Co.,
Ltd. is capitalized at $125,000 in shares
of $100 issued at par value.
At present it is the intention of the Directors to
subscribe the sum of $20,000. This will put the
paper on a satisfactory basis, and the city will then
have a morning publication second to none on the
coast.
WANTED
��
Every leading business man and citizen to subscribe
to an organization which is to devote itself to the
promoting of the city's welfare. Mr. Jas. R. Duncan,
who has been appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the
company, will be glad to give you full particulars,
and show you wherein the new organization will
make good.
Write or call up the Secretary at the registered office of the company, corner of
McKenzie and Victoria streets, ' Phone
999 or 669
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
Sr-4���Meets In K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store. Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dic-
'tator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, Secretary.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT.
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.    Room
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
PROFE88IONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooma
0 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE (a. EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone ��9. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
ACANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO,
Summer Time
Table
Goes Into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
CANADIAN
d��p,F|C
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, wo Columbia
stieet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
VADE. WHEALLElt. MoQUARRIE *
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices. Itooms 7 and f
Gulchon block, corner Columbia anc
McKenzie streets: Vancouver of
flccH, Williams bulldlne, tl Gran
Hlle street. F. C Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler. W O McQuarrie. O. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
BOARD   OF   TRADE���NEW   WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City  Hall, as follows'
Third Friday of each month;  quarterly meeting on the tJtrd Friday of
February, May, August and Novem
ber at 8 p.m.    Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February.   New
members    may    be    proposed    and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle 10
a. m. and 11  p. m.
'   Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo  10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves Vancouver every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
i ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITI8H   COLUMBIA.
OF
Between   Leeson,  Dickie, Gross & ���
Company,  Limited, Plaintiffs, and J.
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To the above named defendant   J
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Sum-
mons dated the 3rd day of April, kiil',
has been issued against you in the
above Court by Leeson, Dickie, Gross
& Company, Limited for $1556.09, being a balance due by you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for interest.
The following are the   particulars:
1911, Nov. 30. Goods sold and
delivered   as   per   account
rendered      $1520.fil
Interest     35,48
Balance    overdue    and    payable $1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was issued herein under the Attachment of
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company, Limited  as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Count has, by order, dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
and of the said order to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice in
a daily newspaper published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
days after the expiration of the publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to be entered for
you at the office of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that in default
of your so doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with this action and Judgment may be given against you In
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKHRILL,
Deputy Dlatrict Registrar.
Fraser and   Blakney,   Plaintiff's   Solicitors.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspool*. Septic Tanks, Etc.
removal ryo rice,
D. V. Lewtfitvaite
CABINET   MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop  611   Victoria Street,
iOver  Dally  Newa.i
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic,
In Cuba throughout the Island;
also In Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Wettmintter Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
I
Wettmintter Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on all
junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
D. Mc Aulay
Tel. 7fil.
ARCHITECT
Cer. fith and Columhi*
*. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
The Point ef Surprit*.
"Did you notice tbe man over th��rt
who took off his bnt to tbe lady be met
niid begced pardon so politely ter stepping on ber dressV"
"Wby, what la so remarkable about
sucb ordinary politeness)"
"But, man alive, she's bis wifel"-��
Baltimore American.
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 778
NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B. C.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOS8E, Manager.
903 Dublin Street Phone 934.
TRY
TR\
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
I CAPITAL   (Patd-Up)    ...$15,113,000.00
j RESERVE    ��15,000,000.00
Branches througnout Canada' and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, Nsw Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issusd, available wih
correspondents In all parts of tha
world.
Savings Bank Dscsrtmeat���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allows! at S par cent pw
annum  (pressat nt*).
Total   Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCf
O. D. BRYMNER. Manage
ON GHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24  Mclnnla  St., City.
His Friendship.
He���I know bow tbls rutnstrcrti had
crippled you, und na one of your tMsai
friends 1 should like to help you. 1
w)ll buy your furniture for 300 lras<-s.
Wit*-You're very kind, but l'*o lust
sold It for S'-'ft trimr*. Ho-Whal ? I'M
allowed yourself lv bs rubbed lit*
ttiutV-l'elo Mela.
A Sad Meeting.
"I tblnk we met ut tbla cafe taut tester.   Your oven oui Is very fsml'.ur to
me."
"Hut I didn't own It tben."
"No, but 1 dlil."-ITIIrj:ends Binder.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
Intelligtnt Girl. ������
Mnnd-Wby (to you always ro*f
plove* when you ars ploying csrdsf
Aiic-i�����HiTiiusf .lack lold me i mum
ni-vi-r show my hand.���Roatou Iran-
script
oblivion Is tbs flowtr tMl grow
ou graves.-Ueorge Hand.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 30, in the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer.
tiflcate of Title Number 1043SA, Issued in the name or Christopher
Brown, has been tiled in this office.
Notice is heieby riven that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newsnarer published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate, unless in the meantime ialld objection
be mude to me in writing. '
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. May 11, 1912.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waten
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� lnDhnne   R   113    Office:   Prlneait  8'
T OHO UP
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
211 Sixth Avenue. Phons 5S7
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C*
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office Phons 185.     Barn Phons 137
Ssgbls Strsst.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OPFICt���TPAM  D*POT.
CITY Of NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
workmanship guar-
Perfect fit
anteed.
i.nd
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
Ths Nsv��s before
TELEPHONE 9 S3
and make complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient delivery on maintained.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES,
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL ~. 14,600,000
RE8T ,.#,600,000
NEW WESTMIN8TE*.   B.
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER. ^-
1
PAGE EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
^
MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
TENTS, CAWSP
STOVES
at $1:50, $2.00, S5.50, $7.00
and $11.00
Cooking
Utensils
of all kinds
'���*.i
���SOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.M. FISH
Fresh Sole;!, part or whole, per lb. 10c
sliced, 2 Ilia, for    25c
Fresh Halibut, :; lbs. for  -3c
Fresh Cod, 14 or whole, per lb. ...8c
Point Giey Hei ring, 4 lbs 25c
Royal Sturgeon, por lb 15c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
City News
The  council  will  hold  its
meeting tonight as usual.
weekly
KEYNOTE
OF SUCCESS IS FORESIGHT. ARE
YOU POHESIGHTED ENOUGH TO
INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS
THROUGH ACCIDENT TO YOURSELF, YOUR EMPLOYEES, OR
YOUR LIVE STOCK. BETTER COME
IN AND CONSULT ME. I SPECIALIZE ON INSURANCE.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone, 62. New  Westminster,
CLEARANCE
tjjr\lm*iC*t
Bishop do Fancier was in Vancouver yesterday Officiating at, an ordination service.
Ladies, don't forget to see the exhibit at Bryson's store on Wednesday next from the Eighth Streel
Bakery.    A.  Hardman, pjoprietor.  �����
Cream Puffs, Charlotte Rouche,
Cream Cakes 'and Wedding Cakes,
Eighth Stieet Bakery. Telephone
R281. . , **
s
Joseph Trottier and his son-in-law,
Philemon Drouin, appeared before
His Honor Judge Howay on Saturday
to answer a charge of arson. After
hearing a portion of the evidence the
case was adjourned.
How about your garden ? Ring up
phone L184 and get Tidy, the florist,
to quote you prices on the best stock
that is grown in the country. They
male a siecialty of hanging baskets
and window boxes. **
Mr. F. H. Russel] of Toronto, manager- for Canada of the Railway Pas-
sen��er Assurance Company of Lon-
con~ England, left for the east on
Saturday, He has been west on an
imionant business trip and was in
Westminster on Friday.
A special business meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held this after
noon in the Queens Avenue Methodist church at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is requested as delegates have
to 1-e appointed and other important
busiseSs transacted befoie the convention.
Fre,!e. i.-Ic Thomas Brenchley die
in Vanconver on Saturday afternoon.
He waa a fonnor resident of thiF
city and was axed 35. Tie funera'
will be held this afternoon at "
o'clock from Center & Har.nn's
chai el,- Hastinr.s street Vancouver.
He leaves a widow to mourn his lo3S.
The steamer Roman arrived in port
yesterday with 136.000 noun's of fish
aboard. Sbe experienced rough svea
ther during her stay on the halibut
fishing grounds, an.l this accounts fo'
her not having a bigger cargo as she
was expected to bring about 200.00C
noun \s. She made good time coming
down, taking 24 hours to do the trip.
There is li'r-o:-- to be a graat gathering of naval and military men in Ihe
c-ount.il chamber of tlie city hall to
morrow evening. The lrniteJ Sei vici
flub i? already a club in fc-eii!?, and
its objects together v.-irh tiio^e o:
the National Reserve win bo outlined I
a( the meeting. All (service men in;1 J
I heir iJiex.Is aie  welcome. I
Chief Bradshav.-'s    repprt    far    the I
rast month records   that   ",<.   cases
weie  handled by  the city  police dur-]
ln��! ihe past month.   Tbey were   as
fellows:    Assault,:;-,  abandoning    Infant,   1;   breaking  and    entering,    6:1
breach  of   Indian  a.ct,  :i;   breach   of
Lord's  hay  act.  1:   breach of motor
vehicle act, 3; breach   or pounO   bylaw,  1:  drunks, iv,  dranl; and    dis-
ordeily, 7;    disorderly,   a;    Insulting
language,  '.:   non-support,  i;  possession of opium, l;   obstructing police
li  robbery from the person, 1; theft
by conversion, i; theft, 2;  vagrancy,
4.
sibilHy that you assumed when the
conference put you in charge of tbe
Sixth Avenue Methodist church at a
time when we were seriously contemplating the   erection   of   a   no.v
I church building, but jou have satisfied us of your ability to disciuiiui
the duties with ability.
"Our new and handsome church
cdilice will always be a standi .ir
monument of your faithful endeavor
'to leal an unselflsh and useful life.
We hope thai you will part from us
with no melancholy  retrospects,    po
| feeling of unpleasantness. Youi'
kindness, Integrity and hard labor deserve a better acknowledgement tbnn
these few simple words can give, still
it pleases us to pay them, and to as.-:
jour acceptance of this simple gift.
"We wish you much pleasure and
happiness duiing your coming year
of rest, ana long life and success hi
tho future, and what we wish for you
is alro our wish for Mrs. Okell
though she is absent from us. Signed
on behalf of those piesent. Lydia
Davis."
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. It. C. M.
Member  of  the  Incorporated   Society
of Musicians  (Englan'd).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald X)odd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street. New Westminster, l'hone H411.
CLEANEST   CITY   ON   COAST.
Health Department Views Progress of
Scheme���Thanks  Citizens.
"Westmins'.er,  not  only  the  Royal
City, but    the cleanest city on    the
coast." This in brief is the creed of
tho civic health department, and in j
the view of Aid.   Dodd,   chairman of'
the committee, and of Health Inspec-
tor Pearce. the tenets of this belief j
are shared by the whole of 'he resi-
dents. t
"This city is in a far cleaner and
mo:e sanitary condition at tlie present day than it has ever been before," said the alderman, "and for
this we have to thank the people for
so heartily co-o;eratlng with the de-
1 artment in carrying out every particular of the scheme. Although the
burner ls not yet built ut ths- garbage plant, still the plant ls practically coinrlele, as for a time we can
burn rubbish elsewhere.
Ther,? are three carts going in the
city and tiev have all they can attend to In gathering up garbage. They
hnve not yet caught up with the
work, as we have the accumulations
of veais to deal with.
The hoppers and the scow a-e all
In readiness, and we figure that when
���ve get going on a noi mal basic, tiie
scow will account fcr the whole refuse of tho city for a week or 10
days, that is the refuse which cannot be burned. She will when full,
he towed down to tha 0',en guif and
there de; osit her cargo."
"Tdhe you your instruments, play you the whiles'
TAMING  OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
must reduce it. As an
inducement we have cut
the prices
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. The stock is new
and well assorted.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
SEED8
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;   Res   72.
New    WestmlniUr.    B    C.
Irish Canadians   Deie.-it   Tecumcehs.
Toronto,  .lime   2.���Yesterday   after-
noon it took but ,a very few minute;-,
for <he Irish-Canadians to show that
tke   Tecumsehs     had    tittle     chance
against them.   The scc-e cf 9 to :i In
favor of thc Montrea! team Indicates
tneir  superiority  of   piay  over    last
j ear's   champions.      The   Rish-Cana
dians   were   always   confident,   whi.*
the  Indians seemed  to  bo ��t: ugglin;..
to get working together. Thc Tecumseha' defence had a rnrtlcular.'y har.'
lime Frying  to hold  tlie  shifty  home
Of   tho   apposing   team.     They   failed
to  keep  the  Scotts  and   'tohert.;   rar
er.ough   out   and   consequently   When
one got by, hc always had a shot at
close   quarters.       The   spec 1   oi   the
men helped' them  to regain  possession of the ball  after losing  it. and
I they  usually  tried  te  score   several
;:;;K'd,    before    the    Tecumsehs'    defence   finally  succeeded  in   relieving
the situation.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't, a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES, RUBBER BRUSHES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POW-
DERS, and all the other complexion requisites for tlie dressing table.
. RYALL
Drujjeist and Optician
Phene  57.      New  Westminster.
The Man  Who  Saves Vou   Money
535 FRONT STREET
Near the Market, but out of the High Rental District  I
Here ls a chance to get what you need tm. tn. *.
will suit you.   Note the folio wing: h��me * P,'ice8 that
Golden Oak Dreesers, size of mirror 16x20, to of   base  ^ ~
84x18*4, with three lar6e drawers .'        $6.50
Commodes to mutch 	
 $2.75
White Enamelled Bed wi;h brass knobs 4   feet   6 Inches    ****** m
full size;  spring and mattiess complete  '   $/  50
White Enamelled Bed with spur brass knobs and -collars and brass
rails; full size; spilng and mattress complete This Ail, L
makes a pood outfit  $10 25
Wardrobes in golden oak or early English, 86 inches a1 - - _
wide, 78 Inches high; large beveled plate glass door   $11.50
i $4.25
Couches upholstered green vSlu re	
English Oil Cloth (I import direct), per yard.
English Linoleum (I import direct), per yard
All other goods at equally low prices.
.25c
.40c
W. R. GILLEY. Phon. 122. Q. E. G|LUEy   phon- m
Phonea, Office 13 and 1*.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT. LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
ALWAYS
The   latcft   styles,   (irs:   class    wcr'.:-
mansiiir,  and  entire  satisfaction   b;
GALV
THE TAILOR
40   Lcrne   Street,   New   Westminster.
Died Sundiy 'doming.
Tbc deatii occuried eatly yesterday
morning of Antonia Cosulioh, wife o!
Romolo Cosulkh, an Austrian,
at Canoe Pass. Deceased died of kid
ney complications and was 60 years
old. She came to thi- country 22
years ago. Mrs. Cosulich was the
daughters are married. The services
and had tliiee sisters. Doxnencca Bus-
sanich. Maria lia; halich, Giovanni!
Salir.ovlch. She leave.-, three sons,
of whom two are married, and two
daughters are marrie.l. The funeral
will take place in the Roman Catho
'lc church at 10 o'clock this mom
ing. and tbe interment will be mad-,
at Boundary Bay < emotery. the arrangements being in the hands of W.
E. Fales.
OBSERVE    QUIET   DAY.
The annua] synod of the diocese of
N'ew West minster meets on June o
and ii In St. Paul's schcolhouse, Vancouver. Thc preacher, at S p. m. on
Hie 5th Will be Ht. ftev, Dr. Honor.
Bishop of Columbia. A quiet day for
< ��i;,y. conducted by the bishop ot
iIk- diocese wl'l be hell on Tuesday,
the 4th, In the cathedral, at New
Wi Btminster.
''"hp order of t>i"OCeedinps will bo a?
follows: 8 a. m.. Holy Communltyi:
it a. m., breakfast In !~t. Ceonie'f
I'ult, reading Lacey'S "Historic
Rhrist;" 10 a ,m , matins; 10:,'!0 a.m
first uldt ess, "Ourselves, Our
Needs;" 11:80 a. m.. The Litany; IL'
noon, second address, "Our Work;"]
r.in., lunch. St. George's hall: 2 p.m.,
third address, "Our Difficulties:" 3
p. m., fourth address, "Our Helps;"
4 p. m., evensong.
"Spring Niaid" Cominp.
Mr. H. B. Baohelder, advance nwn-
acer of "Tlie Si-ring Maid," which
plays at the opera house, two weeks-
fiom tonight, was in the cit' ori Saturday, visiting Manager Tidy in regard to the production here of his
iday. Phown thtoufh the onera house
he remarked that it was one o' t'ie
prettiest houses he hnd seen on the
coast. His company carries two carloads oF scenerv and Mr. Bscbelder
stated that every stick of it co-''''
and would be put on the stane. Mr.
Tidy ha$ alread" received nearly a
hundied mall o:ders for seats for th?
"Spring Maid."
A Roy?l Abuction.
During the Duke o. Connaught's
command at Aldershot, an amusing
incident occur re J. Princess Patricia
....j auoweJ to ascend in a captive
balloon with a j'ouhl, officer of the
baltcoii section. When they had
if ached tlie full elevation the Princess, in high delight, clasped her
hands and exclaimed: 'Oh. Captain
\., if we we;e ,only free!" "All
right," responded the ready soldier,
and pulling out a knife, ho bent over
tbe i-ide as though to cut the rope.
As he dil so his eye3 met the unturned gaze of the father of the god-
rie.s In the car. looking with unwonted sternness at this apparent
case of abduction. "Come down, al
once, i attain X.." wa' the ordi r
irom down 'clow. And down they
came.���The Graihic.
REV.  F. S. OKELL  DEPARTS.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
HOSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cfcam
Sec Our Window
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westinlusfer, B.C.
Presentation and Address Was Made
Recently.
yesterday for the last time Rev. F.
8, Okell preached at Sixth Avenue
iVethodiPt church, lie leaves tonior-
iow for Toronto, where he will take
a .'Oar's rest from the ministry in
order to study at   the  university.
At ii social given on Thursday
evening last at the residence of Mr.
Thomas llembrough, Klsihth street,
!���'<". Mr. Okell's Be;vices were un-
oiflcially recognized by the presentation of ;i purse of gold and the address icpioduced hero-villi There
were some forty or fifty present at
the gathering, and expressions or regret at Ihe approaching departure of
tbo reverend aentloninn wore general.
"M'e assure you that wc heartily,
appieciate your great self sacriflc*|
and strenuous efforts on our behalf j
during the time that you have been
amongst ua    It was no licbt respou-
Weil located Burnaby acreage Is getting scarce and like most good
things is in pretty stiong demand. It won't bo long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have been subdivided into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ush.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby Bake tram line, Is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Burnaby Lake property is selling at fiom $3000 per acre and up. We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
J island
i-jumami -U...I.. .;��� ��� mm
In City Limits
Kour and a half aces, all clsarcd, under-:.rJin:d and planted in
lO'iitocs and email frv.lt; new six roomed house; large barn, chicken
houses and other buildings. Citv water in house and barn. This is
lie low market valii3.    Se? us ot once.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR   HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, tor It is tba stuff that tha foum-
dailoi.ii of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend   for   what   is
needed now aud to Invest for wbat shall bei needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until It Is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Cepltal, 12,000,000.    Columbia, corner ElQhth street
A. L. oEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Mrtiager.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Cheice for
$S.50
CHAMBERLIN
THC
JCWCLCR
Offl
cial Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
F. J. HART & CO., LII
ESTABLISHED 1881.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employer* Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
complete stoc:; o: lumher.    A trial ^solicited.     .
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, fJ*w Westminster and Crescent Valley, K.  ��

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