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 VOLUME 7, NUM*  jpil
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORN1NC, Jl'NH JO, 11112,
PRICE K1VB CENTB.
FIRE THREES
B. C. Liu SHOPS
Good Work Accomplished by
Departmental Saturday's
Blaze Commended.
Access to Basement Was On'y Gained
After Demonstration of Axe
Play.
Originating- ln the basement of the
B. C. Electric Railway company's car
shops on Twelfth street shortly after
midday on Saturday, a lire which for
a time thieatened to destroy the entire plant, did damage to the extent
of over $1000 and was only quelled by
the combined elforts of the firefighters
ftom halls 1, 3 and 6. The loss Ib
amply covered by Insurance.
At 1:15 one of the B. C. E. K. employees at the shops telephoned In
the alarm, nnd in a very few moments
Fire Chief Watson and the men from
No. 1 hall arrived on the scene:
tiucks lrom flre halls ',*, and 5 foliow-
' ed a moment later, lt was a hard
flre to fight, closed In as it was in the
basement of the shop, with tons ol
scrap iron and debits piled' about the
walls outside impeding the movements
of the firemen. Rapidly Chief Watsou
organized a corps of II. C. E. R. em-'
ployees and put them to work removing the scrap Iron so that his men
mifcht use their axes in hewing into
the basement which by this time was
an Inferno of hissing 11ame3. Finally
an entrance was secured ahd water
��*rom 2500 feet of hose began to play
upon the flre which rapidly lessened
in volume and was linally extinguished about 3 o'clock.
In several places underneath the
building tiie joists Which supported
tlie floor li.-ul been burned away allowing tho Iloor Itself to sag. Damace
done to toils and implements either
from Crr cr water was slight.
In company with Mr. Allan Purvis,
the lo,-al manager of tbe compar. ���
Mr. Sterling, the general manager.
Inspected the car shops on Saturday
afternoon, nnd issue I orderB for the
n-'cessarv r?rnlrs. These veie at
ontf beg. n and will he finished today.
To a News representative last, evening; Mr. Purvis.expressed in very hl��h
terms his oi inion of the work done by
the ti;e d?partmont statins that had
it p-1 been for prompt action on the
pan, of t io firemen a far greater loss
would ha-.e resulted.
NATIONAL RESERVE
REVIEWED BY KING
Thirty Thousand of Old Brigade Muster In Hyde Park���Crimea and
Mutiny Veterans.
AMERICANS HOLD
CHIEF OF REBELS
London, June fl.���King George, accompanied by Queen Maxy, inspected
a division of the National Reserve,
numbering 30,000, ln Hyde Park last
night.
His Majesty rode to the park accom
panled by Prince Arthur of Con
naught, and attended by Genera'
French. He was received by Sir
Eveyln Wood, and a lepiesentativc
company of each battalion marchej
past. The whole division afterwards
advanced In review order.
A deta'-hment of Ciimea and Indian
Mutiny veterans formed up in the
centre..
SAPPERTON CHURCH
IS NOW REOPENED
Methodista   Invite    Former   Paator���
Pays Tribute to Mrs. David
f.'obinson.
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Enrile, Once Orozco's Right
Hand Man Is Arrested at
Juarez.
WARDERS SHOOT
DOWN CONVICTS
Condemned to  Die by  Rebels  Is  Released���Captor Done to
Death.
NOW'S Wl TIME
TO BEGIN WORK
Preliminaries Over���Free Run Opens
Bctore Members of Progressive
Association.
Everybody's ioln' It, doin' it, doin'
it. Doin' what ? Why, signing up for
the Progressive association. The secretary has alteady received a goo lly
number cf names nnd subscriptions
and members are continually comin?"
in and saying that Ihey are only
walling the word to bring in a whole
hunch of new memhers. Well, they
have got the word now.
The general meeting is over, the
constitution is adopted and there Is
a free run before the new organl?n-
tion. Nobody need he afrali to brins
ln their memhers now. If the executive committee ,decl:les later to have
any kind of a competition for the
greatest number of names secured.
nny brought ln since the general meeting will ba counted.
The committee 'h anxious to have
as many member* on the ro'.] hy tomorrow nlriit as possible so that they
will lie able to decide on pome sort of
membership campaign, with an idea
of how many workers tliey cr.n rely
upon. Thf also want to get in. ten
life memberships as a starter. There
are one or two in sight now and prospects are good. Ten of thjole $100 fellows would mean $1000 In the bank
and would the the association some
working capital.
Application for membership card?
can be had from the secretary at hts
office, 648 Columbia street, or from
any committee chairman. The office
phone number is 730, and cards will
be mailed to any one applyin-; for
them.
The reopening of the Sapperton
Methodist church, which for several
weeks has been undergoing extensive
���e;airs, took place yesterday, large
congregations filling the edifice at
hoth morning and evening services.
To celebrate the event. Uev. G. T.
Thompson, of Nanaimo, who was pastor of the church In lf.92, came over
to preach at the Ins'.ance of the
trustees.
At ihe moiling service 'Mr. Thompson touched uron tlie rapid eiowth ol
tbis (Hy, and the way In which t'�����
submits \-ere heing built Ke thought
It very gratifying that the peoj.la cf
the church could r.o ahead and under-
;a!:e such extensions.
Taking for his text at tho evening
aervlce, Proverbs. 8:4, "Unto you O
man 1 call," Mr. Thompson discussed
the C..II of the church to men. He
fi;8t touched on the work of the V. M.
C. A. throughout tbe world, lauding
Mr. !\ B. SmltlT whom hethonght was
tho real founder of the Men and Religion movement. This movement
stan !s for Bible study, evangelism,
wor!; for boys, missions and social
service.
"The (hurch today has many problems to contend wi'h. It must' teach
out antl lelp the hundreds of people
si-ho are uniting away from the gooi
lhiiu-i of this life. The man who Bays
It ls worm while to teach a class of
oung men Is worthy of recognition.
There ij work for men in every
branch of the church, In the Sunday
school, in the choir- and in every day
life. Some of you," went on the
pteacher, "remember the times twenty
years ago, when Mrs. David Robinson
used to go down among the mill men
aul lumber workers and preach
Christianity among the rough and
ready of those times. That was real
work and would it were that some of
us would do it today.
"There are hundreds of things a
man can do. Pe.aonal evangelism
rot- instance. Pass the glad hand
among your fellow beings, make them
feel that life is worth living. Evangelistic meetings ehould te unnecessary
:n these days, but the churchy without
hese has a ten lency to drift away. It
is then that such work brings in re-
stlls. Long sermons are not the
things to bring results. God has given
us the power to go out in this world,
to visit the places of vice, the he!',
holes which abound, and to preach
the gospel to those who know not."
Mr. Thompson Is sta lng in the city
until Tuesday, when he returns tc
Nanaimo. This evenln'g he will take
part In the entertainment and banquet
held In the church parlors.
EI Paso, Texas, June 9.���Gonzales
C. Enrile, deposed financial executive
of the Mexican revolution, was artest-
ed early today by C. H. Webster, a
Texas ranker, as he crossed the international bridge from Juarez.
Tonight Enille, once the right hand
man of General Orozco, author of a
t/iustlc anil-American proclamation
and chief promoter of the present
revolution, is a prisoner of the United
Stales authorities. His provincial arrest was o:dered by the Mexican federal government, which charges En-
rile with embezzlement of funds while
consul under President Diaz at Clifton, Arizona, 18 months ago. His extradition on this charge would place
hlm at the mercy of the Mexican government for his political acts.
Enrile handled the funds of the
revolution for three months and ad
mlttedly male many enemies, finally
being repudiated by Gene.al Orozco.
Sought U. C. A. Doctor*.
Weak from two knife wounds and a
bullet hole In his shoulder, sustained
In an encounter with two unknown
assailants in the city of Chihuahua
three weelts ago, Entile doubted the
intuitions of his physicians and
sought medical treatment ln the United States. Precede! hy a telegram
announcing hls deatli early yesteiday,
which was intended to foil hls Juarez
enemies, he was placed secretly
aboard a train in Chlt.--:al:ua and last
night arrived in Juarez.
Condemned to Die.
le would have escaped the   rehe'
o'Ticlala  there  only  for  the  watch.ul
i*.**es of Captain Carlos Gonzales, chief
immigration  officer  in Juarez.    Gonzales    immediately    a: rested    Enrile.
! taking    him    before     Colonel     Jose
j Oiozco. head or the garrison, who nnt-
I wit'usluiuiiUH  the  safe  routine!   Issued
j-.by.lxis cousin. OcnwM SMMwa* Orosco.
One Killed, Two Wounded In
Renewed Grub Strike at
San Quentin.
Hose Spouting Live Steam    Used   to
Quell Riot of Nineteen Hundred
Prisoner*.
San Quentin, Cal.. June !).���A continuation today of the "grub strike"
demonstration begun j esterday in
San Quentin prison developed ln:o a
riot in the general mess hall as a
result of whi?h one prisoner was shot
and killed. anJ two others were
wounded. This was the Becond demonstration made by the convicts within
48 hours.
The dead: H. L. Lynwocd. a nava:
prisoner serving a term of six and a
half years for desertion and Impel sonatina an officer.
The wounded: Prank Tavlor, a
negro serving twenty years Ior robbery committed in San Francisco, shot
through the hand.
H. A. George, struck in the leg* by
glancing bullet.
Threw Pots Around.
Nineteen hundred prisoners were
silting down to dinner shortly after 2
o'clock thla afternoon when 200 or
300 of the men began a concerted demonstration. Not content with voicing their piotests with shrieks and
cat calls, the demonstrants began
throwing dishes and food about. Some
mads a rush for the adjoining kitchen
and began hurling heavy pots and
pans aio-jnd the room. These were
driven out with hose spouting live
steam, several of thc rioters being
severely burned.
No sooner was the mutiny started
than ths prison bell was sounded.
wardens rushed to the Gcen<?, r.nd
pandemonium ioigne.1 until the
prisoners were at last locked in their
cells.
DISREGARD OF WORD
FOR COMMERCIALISM
Eminent Divine Speaka of.Work
Missionaries at  Home and
Abroad.
of
HAIL OE ASHES
DARKENED SUN
Believed Several fishing Villages Destroyed hy Alaskan Eruption. "
The Infinite patience of God mani
feated through countless ages ln deal
lng with perverse and sinning man
kind, and the relative part plaved in j Steamer Dora Bring* Tiding*���Terrific;
the furthering of Christianity by the !
church, which of a truth was formed
"of the sons of tho Son of God" was
the nuce!uH around wliich Rev. R. A.
Bourne, secretary of the British and
Foreign Bible society, last nl^ht built
a wonderfully fascinating resume of
the bistoiy of the Word itself and the ' ��,n the ma" "learner Bora, whlca   ar-
SceVtes���-Earthquake Precedes
Volcanic Outburst
Sewarl, Alaska, June 0���Passengers
work accomplished cf le.ent ytais bv j
the society which he rej.resented.
Tl.e cathedral oi ened  its doors to I
a congregation which compiis;-d   net
onl.v meinbeiB of thc chu th, hut u. j
other denominations as well,   ani r.l I
though Sunday erenin, senhes   atti
usually  well  attended  it   was appar ,
ent that,  the  distinguished  exponent
of the catholic faith who, as a tepre-
sentative   of   the   Bible   society* is
known from coast to coast, was in no
small way lesponsible for the    presence of those who had come to worship and nt the same time hear intelligence  of  Christianity's  progiess    tn
other parts of the world.
Rev. Mr. Bourne, one of those delightful cirines of the oid school
whose devotion to ttrrir life work is
imraeasuiahle, an.l whose very presence is of the atmosphere of godliness, took for his te\t the words. "Behold the dav Is come salth the Lord;
not of famine of bread, nor first a
famine of water, but of hearing the
Word of the Lord."
Tracing back through the yeara until the time of lhe flood when the
Worl of God had been forgotten for
rived from the went ward today after
passing thi ough a hail of ashei from
Katmai volcano, believe that eevcial
email fishing villages cn the ��ho.ea.
of Shellkof strait were destroyed by
ttie eiuption. The revenue cutter ser-'
rice at Unalaska has been asked to-
eend assistance.
The Dora was ln sight of Katmai
when the eruption hi van and those Ol*
the vessel witnessed a brilliant spectacle. The first evidence that the volcano was preparing to free itself of.
the rocks and lava that choked ita.
tin oat after long years of inactivity-
came early Thursday night before the-
Bora was at Cold bay, Only 15' miles
southwest of the slumbering volcano..
and across Shellkof strait to Kodlak
when the eruption began.
Stream of Rocks.
It was 1 o'clock In the afternoon-
rnd the mountain was in plain Tlew.
Frequent earthquakes disturbed the-
water of the strait when suddenly a.,
terrific explosion occurred in the distant mountain and a great mass or
tocks was thrown into the afr. The-
first explosion was followed by others-
in quick  succession, each sremingly
c things of less consequence in life   more terrific than the one before, and
POINT GREY BY-LAW8.
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In a conference wilh Mavo-
Lee on Fatuiday with regard
to the contemplated works
wliich It is the Intention of tho
C. P. II. co'no-atlon to establish in Westminster nt an eMr'y
date, Mr. Petvrs, general superintendent of the C. P. R.. intimated that his company would
nlso co-operate as far as possible with the civil authorities
in their harhor improvement
scheme.
Nearly a Million and a h.-K to Spem*
on Improvements.
Tenders will shortly be called for
the sale of bon:1s aggregating $1,365,-
57S.28, being the amounts recently
voted by tho people of the municipality of Point Grey for expenditures
this year. The amounts are as follows:
Authorized by the ratepayers on
August 1. 1911. for roads, $249,908.50;
the rebel commander-in-chief, made
preparation to execute Enrile. On
bended knees, the fugitive then begged Tor his life, beseeching Colonel
Pascual Orozco, sr., flther of the mili-
ta: y leader; to get into communication with his ron in Chihuau'.iua. The-
older Orozco did so and finally released Lnrite.
Gonzales Killed.
Early today Gonzales, the man who
blocked Enrlie's escape, was found
dead in a resort with a bullet through
his be. mi. He waB a claE'mate at
Bur-knel, college of Christy Mathewson. the New York National league
pitcher. His death is unexplained to-
niiul;, Lul the genoral impression is
ilift Le friends of Enrile caused Gon-
zaia ��� 0-*ih, fearing he might kill Enrile despite the instructions from
rebel 1 ��� adquarters.
"You -night aa well eet General
Orozc.< now," said Enrile grimly as he
wa3 led to the countv Jail. "I came
onlv f ��� medical treatment, but lf the
Mexican iederal government gets me,
the i evolution has lost its personal
friend aud supporter."
He will be held without bond for
40 da/o pending the arrival of extra-
'IUw peters from Mexico when he
will be (.'.ven'"a hearing before a
United States commissioner,
Thou.-1-, Fnrile's jlisM by no means
Indicate the collapse of tbe rebel
"ause. : l<�� admitted that it bears out
the leports of disorganization and Internal lhitlgues with which the rebels
are said to be struggling.
Reported Battle.
General Huerta was reported to
have moved today far north of San a
Rosalia, while from Nasas, 60 mi'e��
east of Tonecn, the defeat of the
tebel forces under General Campa ind
General Argumendo by General Bian-
quet and 1500 federal cavalry was reported to the Mexican consul her* If
confirmed this means the end of the
rebel movement towaid the rear W
H:erta's columns, a harassing expedition that has cause.l the sovovn
ment communder no little worry.
no ma mm
of tmssnK usr
by all save a very    few.    Rev.    Mr
Bourne  wove into  tbe  fabric of his
tevt the history of Christianity up to
the present day. averring that In thr
prosperous present    men    were    too
;>rone to forget Cod and his teaching
in the pursuit of commercial success.
Bevel tin~ ence more    to    his  (est
the  p:eacber called  the attention  of
liis hearers to the famine of religion
even civilization now prevalent in the
dark  continents  of Asln  and  Africa
Ttbs ther<�� hfld 'een .-�� pi eat work ac-
comv-'ished by the nri;fph and Foreign
BH>le"��w>*��ty   to   U��   circulation
translations ot the    BV!>le    ln    many
lan& j& gen, but tliere was a nee.l for
men. for teachers, tor disciples of ths
in a short time a stead;- stream ef
rocks and ashes was pdurin-; out. of
the peak and spreading far ovir the
sur.'ounr'ing count,y, obftOnrlni the
s::n and shutting q'.l fiom view the
troubled mountain.
At ���; o'clock in the afternoon when-
th? Bora was 70 miles from tha veJ-
raiio.  (oral dariuieiis caqio and ashes
began to fall in thick ciouds upon tbe
deck, covering it in a sIMttt time wittt
a white layer that increased In thickness until tt was three inches drep.
Dust and Quakes.
Tlie..BUtting. aU0O6I>)����V*.i "live     tbe
r-asnengers violent tiea&aLeTsee txiii 1fce
Police and Distracted Husband Search
In Vain for Missing Mrs.
Player.
Notwithstanding the efforts put
forth by the police in the endeavor to
locate .Mrs. Player, the Sapperton lady
who has heen mysteriously missing
from her Struce street home since
Wednesday evening last, ao clue has
been secured which might indicate
even remotely the unhappy lady's
wheiea bouts.
On Saturday afternoon two of the
regular police force and three special
duty constables were assigned by
Chief Bradshaw to follow up the
mystery, but in spite of their efforts
in searching the surrounding country
and in questioning residents who
might hive seen Mrs. Player, no Information of value was secured, her
disappearance seeming lo be as complete. .19.11 H'S car,b bad opensd end
swsl'owed Ue;'.
Yesterday the mounted policeman
patrolled the locality adjacent to the
fttruce street house in the hope that
the missing lady might leturn.
One theory advanced b;' the Searchers is that Mrs. Plays;-, tthb has been
unwell for some months past, has become temporarily demented, and having wandered away, may possibly be
lost in the brush and have met an untimely death by exposure.
LONG RANGES TE8T
CIVILIAN MARKSMEN
whole  ship's  company waa iu mtawy
white all nlgbt long tbe TJOTd. steamed'
Word" of GodTo~'furthe7Yhe~"reiigion 1 through tbe dust-laden atr, antl was-
wblch was all too little observed. rocHed by the earthquakes that lasb-
In  the cities of lhe Pacific coast! *& lbe   water   while   the   mountain
where people from man) countries
gathered together at the cal' of the
West, there was an unlimited field for
earnest work. Here in the heart of a
Christian country these strangers in
our midst might be taught the ways
of grace and then, wh��n they returned to the country of tii'>ir birth they
might spread the Word anl foster the
germ of religion to the brnerment of
mankind and the gl"-ificatlon of God.
Speaking of the ? . of the British
and Foreign Bible t ciety Rett. Mr.
Bourne stated that for th<? llu languages spoken in the Dcmiu''.n of
Canada by emigrants th ��� Bible society
had pioviJed translations, ::ntil at
the present time It vas --osrible to
study or (o teach Chr rti; nit., in the-
longue3 of Babel.
Ccncluding, the roverend rent!t��-
man referred to the ;nissio:>a: v field
afforded by the careless���in many
eases godless state of younrt men who
had left their homes and love*1 \>nes
in tho East many years ago to pursue
rne-empi, gu.'rVe of -vcsltb..
'It is the dan-fr of the commercial
a^e, piay Goi th.U the famine of
Christian sentiment tnd teach.'nic shall
not fall."
WARSHIPS ORDERED
TO CUBAN WATERS
thundered menacingly in the distance.
At 5 o'clock Friday morning, the
Bora having gone nearly 50 miles out
of her course, clear air was leached,
and the passengers were able tt��
breath freely again. Looking hack
they could see the column of smoke-
and ashes still pouring out of the volcano. |
The Dora was engulfed fn darkness
again Saturday as she neared Seldovia and felt her way carefully to-
Sewai i.
The volcanic disturbance fs the?
most violent ever recorded in Alaska.
It is estimated that an area of 300'
square miles, most of ft twine territory, has been covered to a depth of.
several inches by the volcanic aah..
MEXICANS BURNEB
WIFE AND BABIES
Milk and Merriment.
Serenely oblivious lo the fact
that
for     waterworks,     $601,259.80;     for   t bottle of milk which he was carry-
school purposes, $50,125.   Authorized   \ng |n �� pai eel of provisions to be
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in February of this year for roads,
$164,980; for sewers, $257,923.33. and
for sidewalkB, $41,386.6(1, making a
total of $1,365,673.29. The loans are
for 4% per cent, for 50 years with the
eKCeptlon of the Bldowalk by-law for
half that time.
A United Empire.
Tho Rt. Hon. Arthur J. Balfour,
speaking in London at the annital
meeting of the Victoria League of the
Empire, said he believed that at no
diBtflnt date a scheme for an Imperial
Pariiameut would be matured, by
which Great Britain and hei- self-governing colonies would be united Into
one. The whole tiend of events, he
said, was ts bring closer the widely-
scattered parts of the Empirq. He
was a profo-jnd believer ln the truth
that local patriotism, property ijoder-
stood, was no obstacle tb a larger patriotism.
:aten In the sylvan haunts of the
suburbs, had become broken, and was
distributing its snowy dampness upon his clothes and the station platform, a young man mounted the foot-
hoard of the Coquitlam Interurban
esterday afternoon amid the Bmlles
of the onlookers. He was a mar'ced
man, and his fellow holiday seekers
tittered audibly after the mnnnsn of
mankind at his ptedlcament. with
which he doubtless became acquainted before he took  Ills seat.
CUI Growing.
Iv-illdns. In New Wes minster continues day by day to roll nr a total
In'lcatlve of .prosperity snd the city
'o he. The wee't Just closed while ln
i sense romrfliatlvelv quiet, has a-tfl-
Bi federal flne buildings to both thp
business and residential sections of
(he olty totalling In all the vefy respectable sum of $17,000.
The Civilian Rifle association rr��c-
ticed for the first time Saturday
afternoon on the long ranges. As few
of the marksmen had hai little experience over the Iona distance ranges
It was natural that the scores made
were of low flgaie. H. Lindahl won
the spoon with ft total of 83. Next
Saturday the shoot wllLbe over ihe
short distance course.
Saturda; 's scores are as follows ���
800   900   1000   Ttl.
H. Lindahl 29
FV J. Simpson .. .. 31
W. J. Bloan    29
V. H. C. Abbott .. 81
G.  Burr    .18
H. S. Walsh   18
32
32
83
29
20
80
20
29
78
20
10
67
22
20
60
17
17
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Damages Awarded.
At the conclusion of the civil
court on Saturday afternoon the Jury
emi'annelied In the Henderson Knox
$1000 damage suit returned a ver:llct
of $200 in favor of the plalntlfr. Mr
Joseph Knox, lt had been stated by
Mr Knox tlm (he defendant, Mr.
Eendeison. had failed to B^ Pood
and aufflclent warning of the appioich
Admlrri Os'.erhaus Salla Immediate'y
���Race Wat- Is Rife In Havana���
Flagship.
Washington, June 9.���The navy de
partment tonltfht ordered Admiral
Osterhaus to proceed forthwith from
Key West to Havana with one despatch ship and oae other ship. These
or'ers were Issued by the state department a^ the receipt of a despatch from Minister Beaupre reporting that conditions In Havana had
assume! the character of a tace 'war.
It ls piobable that Admiral Osterhaus besides ths despatch ship wlll
take his flag ship, the Washington,
into Cuban waters.
EDUCATING FARMERS.
English     Planter    Relates    Horr.'ble
S^ory���Will Invoke Aid at Loa
Angeles.
M5"!     , . ��� *?!P*m$*i -'
Fbcenix, Arizona, June 9.���With a"
story of how his wife and two babies
were burned to death in their home
near Tepb by roving bantle of rebeta,
George Arnold Brown, an BngUsUmiui.
passed through Phoenix today tu* IH��
way to Los Angeles where he w��law
his case before the British com*.
Bro*n said that the rObela aet finr
to his plantation near Tepte during..
hi3 absence, and his entire family
perished. The rebels then eWker kflV-
ed or :'rove off all of Br��wn*a UiN*
stock. Hc declared cOBdWona te an*
aiound the cily of Tepte and lit the
state of that same aame!, were horrible. ���
Meeting to
DR. DOHERTY RESIGNS.
Be
Hei*
llndon. J me ?.���The government
of New Zealand In'ends   to e.'ucate
��� oung farmers In the future. The caib-
tuet his alloed s large sum for the
Immediat*   erection    of   aprenthes*
of his automobile, with the result that. quarter* at ih<) e-peilmental farm out-
his horses became frightened and ran   eide 0f Wellington.   The lads wfll he
awa���-.   The   accident   occurred   lasl I instructed by officers of the agricul-
Labor Dav on the Chilliwack road.
Mr A M. McNeil, K.C, appeared for
the dependant, while Mr. *\. B. Patulle,
K.C. aad Mr. J. H. daughton conducted the case for Mr. Knox.
tinal department and after three
months traln'ng a silent remuneration will be raid, increasing in proportion, to tho degree of Industry and
j ability*.
Consider Will
This Wssk.
President Harry Cowan, of the B. C-
L. A., received the resfgnaUe* rf Dn
O. E3. Doherty from the m*mfcerahlp
of the lairosse coramfsBfim, prior to
Saturday's same.    Dr. Doherty ��*v��,
as his reasoon the fact that' M�� work:
in connection with the loeal hbspi*a��'
wo .li occupy a great part of hie time
duiing the summer, and he did not
fee| that he could continue as a eosn-
nilssloner If he could not  he oa the.
ground for every game.
A m-eetfng of the ansocSAttetr will
be held in Vancouver some evening
thla week in order <o consider the
teslgnatton. antl to SH-tit*/ winner.
Just who will remesent (he Rof��l Wy
on the conmiibaibtt la.-,as..s-et a ���raltar
' ot apetinTnthHU  ' '
iB PAOB.TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
Classified Advertising
PORTLAND   READY.
For
Visit
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Birth,   death   and   marriage
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notices 50c per insertion.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED TO RENT���STABLE SUIT,
able for two horses, near Fifth
avenue and Eighth street. Phone
S29.
WANTED���MARRIED COI)PLE    RE-
quire   two   comfortable   furnished
rooma;    old   country   family   pre-J
fot ied.    Vp] ly room 2. !'. c. E, R.'
depot   Phone 401. ���
TO RENT.
FOR RENT���APARTMENTS FOR
workingmen, two loom suites with
water and cooking stove supplied
free; coal bins and modern conveniences: close to car shops and
mills. Rent $10 per month, strictly
in advance. Either lower or upper
suites. Apply White, Shiles & Co.,
028 and 74(1 Columbia street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS.
4(>(i Agnes street.
FOU   RENT���NICELY   FURNISHED
front room, G21 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Appiy S24 Tenth street.
WANTED���A QENBRAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. a. E. Kellington, li
Leopold Place,
WANTED���A JAPANESE WOMAN
wants to do washing,   Phone 600.
WANTED���LADV TO DO PLAIN
sewing and mending at home, Hox
05 News oftl; e.
NURSE WOULD LIKE COMFORT-
able room wiili private family,
l'hone necessary. Apply B, Gill,
genera] delivery, Noith Vancouver.
WANTED���TWO BOYS TO LEARN
trade.    Walsh Sash  t*. Door Co.
WANTED���AN    IRONER
City steam laundry.
HOYAL
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PREISSER,
ruin or woman, on ladies' and
rents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, r.j McKenzie street.
WANTED ��� ENGLISHWOMAN DE-
ri:cs post as housekeeper; thoroughly domesticated. Mrs. Davis,
215 Regina street.
WANTED���ROOMEKS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hastings stieet.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IM.ME-
dtately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
FOll RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 4(1-1 Dixon street, o:T
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 766 City.
FOR KENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply ll. P. Vidal & Co.
340,000   People Who  Wlll
Rose   Festival.
Portland, Or., June 9.���With the
city's streets and buildings splendidly
decorated and the advance guard of
visitors already an iving here, Portland today is prepared to act as host
for the 340,000 persons who are expected to visit the city during the
sixth annual rose festival beginning
(Monday and extending throughout
the week.
A number of parades will be held
during the week, one of them a marine pageant which will be participated in by a number of gaily decorated vessels which will escort Rex
Cregonus, king of the festival, into
the harbor, as he cornea up the Col-
umlvia river on the United States
cruiser Maryland, which will be ln
port all week.
Portland's far-famed loses wero
never more beautiful or abundant
than they are today. They are bloom
ing in riotous luxuriance in the residence sections and the air is literally
scented with their perfume.
PRINCE  RUPERT TO
MONTREAL  END 1913
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
ON TWELFTH STREET���Four lots
facing on Twelfth street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, all cleared. Price $7000; one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months. No. 401.
ON LONDON ST!
Lon 'on street,
one-third cash,
No. 407.
'.EET���One lot on
5dxl32, Price $1100;
balance to arrange.
WVNTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.   APPLY
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
MONET TO LOAN ON RES I DEN
tial property; lowest current rate,
jayable in five years with privilege
of repayment in three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia stieet.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���EMPIRE AND SMITH
Piemier typewriters, in first class
shape.    A snap.    News office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR l.MMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
fiom city car. A. L, N., New Westminster.
FOR   SALE���A   HELL   PIANO,
most new.    408 Fifth stieet.
AL
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges ou easy terms: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
TENDERS POR HIGH SCHOOL.
A REAL HDfv'E���Nine roomed modern house; lot 66x132; fruit trees;
situaled on Carnarvon street, close
to the Crescent. Price $15,500; one
���hild cash, balance over two vears.
No. 412.
NEAR MOODY SQUARE ��� On
Seventh avenue: lot 50x120, ani all
cleared. Price $1360; one-half cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months. No.
413.
ON SEVENTH AVEN'JE���One lot,
61*120. and all cleared and graded.
Price $900 cash, or $1000 one-third
cash balance ii, 12 and IS months.
No. 418.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
Toronto. June !)������Asked how soon
he expected trains would be running
from Montreal to Prince Rupert, Pre-
si .'ent Chamberlin said he believed
this would he done In 1918, but tt
would not be till late ln the year
"Everything depends on the labor
Question," he eald. "If, as we hope, wi
get an adequate supply of labor from
now on, we shall get the line 'through
to. the coast next year all light. But 1
may tell you frankly, that labor, esi e
daily in Hritish Columbia, is in a gen
eral state of unrest, and It is difficult
to say what will happen.
"But at any rate we have strong
hopes that by the time navigation
closes this year we shall be able tc
ship grain from W-estem Canad:!
through to Montreal via Cochrane on
the Ontario government railway, ami
the old Cana la Atlantic line, whic'
latter belongs to us. The contractors
on the Transcontinental railway a <
hoping to get the line flnishe;! from
Winnipeg Junction to Cochrane, ami
if they succeed then trails will be
ahle to run over o:ir o.vn route from
Montreal as far as the Rockies."
reaches the pockets of certain political leaders, especially members of the
Carbonarlo, a secret society which tyr-
anizes the country districts with an
audacity eualllng that of the Neapolitan Camoria. The repute.1 chief of
the Carbonario, Alfonso Costa, is a
lawyer who openly Issues orders to
the senators during the sittings. He
gets hills passed and dictates the appointment of the cabinet ministers.
Trade Standstill.
Meanwhile trade is at a standstill,
apparently awaiting    the    revolution
and the rcsto:ation of settled conditions. .Everybody in the business
world believe? the monarchists will
win easily. It ls~reported' the~royal-
Ists are yioperly equipped with arms,
ammunition and field guns, huge quantities of which lie hidden in northern
Spain and southern Portugal. They
aie also reported to possess two monoplanes. Fully 70 per cent of the officers of the Republican troops are
said to be prepared to transfer their
allegiance to formsr King Manuel the
moment he reappears on the scene.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
���Westminster Scliool Hoard, will be J
received up to 5 p. m. of Wednesday,
12th of June, Itl 12, for the erection
end completion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tipperary, Royal avenue, New Westminster.
Separate tenders will be received
for electric lighting and heating and
ventilating.
Plans  and   specifications     can     be
obtained on application to the under-
rlgned on receipt of a deposit   of $io
which will bo refunded on the return
-'i  plans.    Each tender must be ac-
-companied    by   an    accepted    hank
���cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank in Canada, made payable   to    the Secretary of the   New
Westminster School Hoard, for a sum
���equal tb live (61 per ern, of hlu ten-
der,  which shall lie forfeited If    the
party tendering decline to enter Info
contracl  when called  upon to do so.
���Ti ������ cheques or certlilcatis of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will be   returned  to  thci:i  upon  the signing of
the contract.
ny tender not neces-
Lnnd Registry Office. New Westminster,  B.C., 21st  October, 1910.
In the matter of the amplication of
W. Shank for registration of the
title of C. S. Hrown to Walter Shank,
as to an agreement for sale and purchase to certain landB described as
follows: Lot 8 east. !l west, block 1,
of D. L. 158, group 1, New Westminster.
Sir,���Take notice that I decline to
register herein for the following reason, viz., poor description.
And lake notie* that unless you
comply with the piovlsions of section
83 of this act within 30 days from
the date hereof, youi- application shall
be and be deemed to be cancelled and
void.
C.   S.  KEITH,
District Reglstiar.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
SNAP THIS MONEY MAKER���Nine
choice acres in Suriey; several
acres cleared, balance light clearing. Five roomed house; barn
12x20: chicken house 12x48, 1000
chickens, 60 ducks, 40 hens. Good-
running well at the door; goose-
l>erries, curt ants. 2000 strawberry
plants, 14 mixed fruit trees; $100
worth of wire fencing. Price $3600.
Easy terms. Lt: us sho* you this
property.
HOUSE TO RENT-
in good  location.
25    per    month;
The loweBi or an
warily accepted,
GAIIDJNER
Architects to the
':��� MERCER,
School Trustees.
CHEAP NEW BUNGALOW���In Sip-
ic.ton; -.sill be leady for occupancy
next wetiii.    $18(10;  ; oo 1 tei ms.
NEW HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Ready
about a month; eight rooms: modern nicely finished; only short distance fror.i car lins.   No. 24.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for M. H. Covers. Etc.
Th�� PoTponllon in-i es tenders for
supplying and deliver} of ahout Tti
cast i on manhole cottiers and frames,
Alto B similar numher ol gulvanlzetl
Iron dirt boxes and six lamphole
covers.
Further particulars can be obtained
from the olliee of the City Engineer.
Tenders to he deposited with the
City Clerk by the ITth day of June,
1912.
Thc lowesl 01' any tender not neces-
sai ilv accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Juno 7, 1912.
RURAL SNAP���20 acres near Hazlemere: x acies eleated: small house
and barn: all lev el, good soil, Only
$2500: $800 cash, balance spread
Over two years at 7 per cent.
QUEENSBOROUGH     HOME ��� Two
storey  home, eight  rooms; lot    all
cleared    and    leady    for garden.
$2700;   terms to ariange.
LOW PRICED HOME���Neat little
homo, suitable for small family:
handy to car line; lot 60x132, till
planted In strawberries and small
fruits; shed at rear on lane $2000:
$fiuu cash.
Bee us about Highland Home.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis  Block,  New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Alaska's Wild Flowers.
One of the impressions lelt with tbe
tourist in Alaska is of the luxuriance
cf the summer verdure, tbe rich greor
that suggests an English landscape
This verdure Fcems strange in a land
associated usually wi h snow-capped
mountains and glaciers. Tlie profusion of varl-eoloteJ flowers and grasses, the result of from eighteen to
twenty lions of sunshine a day,
makes this conn':., in summer a surprise and  delight.
Everyone who ^cei t0 Alaska take:,
a promenu.'e along the famous Sitka
walk, laid out by t'.ie Russians years
at,?, on the shore of Sitka Bay and
the heautif I Indian tiver. It is noteworthy, nc' alone ber:iu:e good roads
are scarce in this country, but also because of its beauty. Those who pene-
tiate this "Lover's Lane," as it is
tailed, aie charmed with its delights.
Immense anl as,efl flr trees border H,
mosBes and lichens an.t wild flowers
grow in the shade, and the native berries fringe tVe pathway. The nature
lover is enrai t tired with the mile and
a half of sylvan beauty.
One can undei stand that such a
walk may e\i~t in Sitka, which en-
Joys warm bieezes from the sea to
such an extent that the air is always
moist. The surprising revelation is to
find wild flowers in the interior, in
regions wheie snow and ice pie'om-
mate for many months of the year.
There are acres of forget-me-not-s on
mountains 6000 feet <hove sea level,
so many of them that they make a
carpet of blue. You come across deserted Indian villages where the
houses, which aie built of rough
hoards, are aproached through weeds
and epllohium eo high and so rank
that it is necessary to part them
overhead in order to penetrate them.
Acres of the magneta-bued epllobium
lend a bright note to the landscaie,
and it seems to grow everywhere.
Far up to the north, where the
snow lies on the high mountains, are
willows, dwarf alders and birches,
while below are fits and spiuces,
some of them hundreds of years old.
Under them is \eidure do;hing the
mountain sides so lank and so green
that in imagination one Is transplant"
e l to trodcal climates. T.iis i., especially pleasing to the eye after the
long, hard wintei.
This luxuriance 13 the result of the
long summer days and th-e fact that
for aces the forests have been undisturbed.    One lc; has fallen   upon another and decayed, producing a rick
vegetable    muck,    in    which    almost
e. ery thing  will  grow.    The  tidiness
an I  softness of ihe soil, makes Alaskan    wood    difficult    to obtain, a:i
When  any  large  enterprise  haa   bt<
undertaken/ a-i building railroad.--, t t
timber for the most    part  has    in;.
���blnped  from  Paget Sound.
The wild  flowe:s In  this  norther
country, along the roas: and hue'; '<���
ward   the  > ukon,  delight   with   their
1'Sauty and fragrance.    Far up mar l
the Seal Islan Is are immense fields o-' I
jellow popples, and in other section
theie are  A'ihl geraniums of a bl tish |
lint,   yellow   moccasin     plants,   sum |
i'iage an.l bluebells.
Mizzle
��� Hajcos, in 'The Spring Maid," at tlie Opera House, Monday, June 17
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the teal property immediately benefited and the proportion   in   which  the  assessment  is made on per ioot frontage.
Blk.    Lot.    Sub. Resub.
Assessed  Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
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corbould,  Gordon
( orbould, Gordon
Vidal, James H	
Johnston. John J	
Lynch, FreJ J	
Schaake, Kate  	
City of New Westminster
Rae!  Jessio   	
Hait, F. J	
61 &62| "toiu   i
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Cray, Alexander B	
Mayes, Mary Jane  	
Rogers, Mary S	
Gilford, Lucy S. and Thos. J.
Gordon,  Mary  V.	
Rand, Arthur E	
Clute, Mary L. R	
Eyles, Benjamin 	
M-kson, Anne Victoria  	
Nlckson, Anne Vlctotia  	
McNeil, Ale-ander T	
Cliff    Ronald   I	
Sinclair, .las.  W	
Elly, Catherine Louise M	
McLeod,   Alfred    	
Wintemute,   Robt	
65.91]$
131.831
65.9:
65.961
65.96J
65.9'
560.34
140.00
16.00
52.00]
62.00
63.00.
63.00
66.00
62.00
60.00!
66.00
66.00!
52.80|
48.701
26.501
52.80
62.80
66.00
66.00
14.95
29.95
15.00
15.(10
15.no
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.66
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
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15.00
15.00
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PORTUGAL'S    FAILURE
' rrn-ti n. J"ne    !).���That the    pc;' i
guese Republic i3 a dismal failut:    n
is tottering to Its fall is evident  Loa
the present state of the country.   -.-.,
tugal is seething with political cer,"
lion, jelly tyranny and    monarchic i
conspiracy.   Active p.ciarations fo
revolt are said to '���-  under way. Th<
Republican  government  has failed  t
keep the promises which Justified i
change from a monarchy.
Inrtead of reduced taxation the b.r
dens on taxpayers have been practi
cally doubled, with a consequent ID-
utase In the cost of living.   The re"
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A.U.C.
Read, Thos. N, and Gilbt. L.
Green,   Maiy   	
| Smith.  Franklin   	
' Madill,  K.   William   	
;  Madill,  II.  William   	
Truman, William II	
i Oliver,  Eli/aicih   	
| Harnett, .las, E, II	
Burden,  J.   N	
Young, Murdoch   	
| Young,  Peter  II	
Banes, Thos. s	
Boughen,   E.  J	
Roughen.   E.  J	
Ounbrack.  L.  Q	
I West. Home A Imp't Co.,
'���Vest. Home ft Imp't Co.,
West. Homo fc Imp't Co.,
west. Home fc linp't Co.,
'nhnston,  Margaret J.   ...
noic,  Arthur   	
Calblck. John  A	
McKenzie,   John,   Estate   .
i i:��cs, Richard 	
] Broad, Emily  	
t Buchanan, P. 11	
I'e eh es,   Pete:    	
i Cunningham.  James   	
| Flux, George Henry   	
I 1,-inei,  William   	
| Trapp, Frank H	
| McMurphy.  P.  II	
I Murray,   William   	
Shaw, Jas. Pearson  	
! Loree, Jas. C	
i Loree, Jas. C	
1 B-inton.  Lucy   	
I Croll, Ja3. A	
"*' eilngton. Arthur E	
I Iloton, William  	
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Burnett,   Maria   	
67.50]      15.35
69.001
45.601
50.00.
84.001
86.p0|
55.001
62.60
,rii).oh|
60.00
B0.00|
26.001
26 00
60.00
50.110;
61.00
61.00
61.00
51.001
r>i.nu:
66.00
66.00
66,00
fitl.OOj
60.00
oo.om
60.00!
80.00
30.00|
60.00!
60.00!
60.00'
60.00J
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6fl.00|
66.001
6H.00|
66.00
61.001
122.001
61.00;
(il.OOJ
15.70
10.35
11.40
19.10
19.55
12.50
11.96
11.40
11.40
11.llj
5.70
6.70
11.40
11.40
11.60
11.60
11.60
11.60
11.60
16.00
16.00
15.00
15.00
13.66
13.66
13.65
6.80
6.80
13.66
13.66
13.66
13.66
13.65
16.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
13.85
27.70
13.86
13.85
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meeis 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 stieet. Visiting p.
A. P.'s welcome. V. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F��� is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fellows hall, comer Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, V. G., recording secretary; it. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. H 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
SpecIllcution8, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly con-
lldential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON fc JACKSON, barristers
at-luw, so.icitois, etc. Offices, Room*
fi and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 107o.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
L STILWELL CLUTE, bairi.sier-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New U est-
mlnsf'ir, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAWRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor*.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia aud
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade. K. C,
A. Whealler. W. O. McQuarrie, O. ra.
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WE8T-
mlnster Board of Trade meets tn the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Friday of each montli; quart
terly meeting on the t Jlrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings ou
the third Friday of February. Ne.v
memhers may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, Becro-
tary.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Cot 9, Block 36, In the
Clty of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 10432A, Issued in the name of Christopher
Brown, has been flled ln this office.
Notice ls hereby.given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate. unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. May 11, 1912.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619-.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor   6th and Columbia
P. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M.  8.  A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone   661. Box  772
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
4531.04181030.46
Notice is heieby given that tho ' orpnrntlon  of  the City of New  Westminster Intends to pass a Local Im lovement   Assessment   By-law  Reseating tiie properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
j opposite each lot for one year, and n Court  of   Revision   for   the   trial   of
 ^^^^^^^ complaints and appeals against the assessment so piojosed to be made will
entie thus laised I.s Chiefly spent on 'he held on Monday, the 17th day of June, 1!��12, commending nt lo o'clock
form of'military nil- i��� the forenoon, at. lhe Council Chamber, In the City Hnll, New Westmln
forces of tioops are being : ai Hter. British Columbia, and any notie of appeal from such Intended aesess-
tered wherever the opposition Is even ment must he served upon the Clerk of ihe Municipal Council at least
susie-ted. eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
PcCtlcal  Corruption, ,     W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
H is also said a goodly pro'oitlon oi'|       City Hall, 23rd May, 1012. f
He  money  wrung  from    the  people |        Date of llrst  publication 24th  May, 1912.
RMABIE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work  guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
stalbllshlng
'trong
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone  137
Seqble Street.
Baggaue Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFHCI!-TM<l   0��'>-<"
CITY OF NEW WESTMIN8TER. B.C�� MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREFi
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice.
The Statutoiy Meeting of the
Board of Licence Cominissioneis,
will be held at the Municipal Hall,
on Wednesday, June Iti, l'Jl:!, at 10
o'clock, in the foicnoon.
ARTHUR  0. MOOSE,
Clerk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, H.C., June 1, 1912.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for ringing in the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
Stating qualifications and salary re-
finhed 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.   |
FREE ROOMS
At 353 Hospital Street, near car line,
for laborers while clearing lots In the
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
Davies* Cafe
Serve  the  best  coffee and  new  laid
eggs for breakfast.    Lunches put up.
Corner  Columbia   and   Eighth  Street.
��� ���
��� FROM    THE    LODGES. <>
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��� ��. \f + *y at, *> *+> **/��� *$ *y o *pi o *) 9
I. O   O.  F.
Tho annua; tcssicn meets in Vic-
tona :liis .we: ; and will continue
fiom Monday mo;ning until Thursday night. The funeral All Assoc! >
tion ii;eo'.3 this forenoon: the Pat:la-
arch Militant branch (his nfter noon,
and both ,vill be pieHtHd o- er by-Mr.
C. s. Keith of New Westminster.
On Tuesday the Grand Encampment meets, presided o.er bv the
Grand Patriarch, Mr. E. L. Webber of
New Westminster. Djring V.'g.ltics-
day and Thursday tha Grand Lidge
meeting will be held an.l will take up
(he who'e of the two days. Gaud
Master W. H. CulHn o." Victoria, will
preside.
Royal City Lodge .Vo. ti will b? ren-
resented b.v Emerson Gilley and E. .1.
BO'isben, and Amity Lodge No. 27
will be lepresent-ed bv Aloe Adams
and J. W. McDonald. The--�� will also
be present from this civ T. H. Muir,
W. S. Smith an.l others. I). E. MacKenzie Gran.l High Frteel of the
G.and Encampment, will also be In
attendame. In the ordinary cou-pe
of events he will become Grand Pair!,
arch for the ensuing : ea". Altojethei
FOme 126 delegates from all parts of
the province will be In attendance.
changes which will restrict the taking
cr .Ish.
Particular objection has heen
loi'cl to the suggestion that the
weekly "close season" shall be forty-
el?.ht Insteal of thirty-six hours in
length.
The question cf merit In the stand
assumed by these Inte:ests Is all im-
po tant. hecaiise such information
wi! he essential In dsclding on the
if cod l;;Ith of their armaments and
co :ntcr-:no'osals.
On bicad pr'.ncirlee, there can he
n: question that the interests of the
stats and the fis'hinf, firms are identi-
--1. Whttl harms one inflicts a biow
cn the other.
It L emi.hatlcali;- to the interest of
the xtate to assuie a i ermanency to
the ";nn" of salmon, e\en If It be necessary lo imroB'i ccnditlons thnt may
work a Icmtoiary hardship upon the
Individual cr lirm.
While there would be no excise for
si'nin'r unnecessarily heavy burden
uj'on thc:e Inteiests, most emphatically thc great issue must be the continue-e rf one of Washington's
most Important icsoutces, not only
for today, but for many tomorrows as
well.
good marketable fish. The mineral
wealth, too, is great, consisting principally of coal, copper, asphajt an:'.
g; psum, but as the country has hardly jet been r rootled, It can hardly
be sail how gieat the wealth really
is.
Inspector West Is a native cf Plymouth, England, and. although he
does not practice medicine, is a qualified doctor, bavin., passed through
Guy's Hospital, London. He has 21
years' service in tlie lores, seven of
which he spent In th? Peace River
dlPtrict, and is no.v stationed at Leth-
brljge, Alta.
a
IF"
As an authority says���"Truth well expressed
makes the best advertisement "���then here's one
of the best advertisements in the paper.
FENIAN   VETERAN   SAYS
CLAIMS    NOT   UNDUE
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All   Work   Guaranteed.
541 Front Street.      Near City Market.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 100, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
The Rebekah Assembly of B. C.
meets ln Victoria at the same time,
and Mrs. Evans of Rossland. will preside.
Messrs. Jas. Turvey and E. A. Nel-
mes of Excelsior Lodge, have been
appointed delegates from Chilliwac'-
to atten 1 the session, an.' Mrs. R. .1
Mcintosh will represen1 Rufh Ixidgc
of Rebekahs at the G'and Lod^e o'
tbat order. The enca-npment in that
city lias not bc^n institute.1 lonp
enough to be entitled to representation at thfl Grand Encampment, al-
tho-.iph it is evpecte.1 that several cf
(he members wil! attend unofficially.
FISHING    REGULATIONS.
In Interest of All to Secure Permanency to "Run."
Seattle, June 'J.���Pishing regulation as an international problem ha.s
received more than usual atenticn
recently through the Joint con'e::nce
in this city cf representatives cf '.he
Btate of Washington and tbe Province
of British Columbia.
Eome of the blunt statements marie
tv- prominent men f om both sides of
the boi-.'er in atten lan-e at the sessions leave no doubt tha* thoy fEC-l nn
imperative need for modification of
existing stat-'es. particularly in th.e
Stite of Washington.
The attitude of the American committee indicated e .'eeline anon? l's
members Ihat recommendations lo"'--
in- 'award substantial refcran should
be pre;entcd for the concla" atlon of
the slate legislature at its ne::t session.
Thee has been iintica ion that the
flshins     Interests    will     opr.ooe     any
RECRUITS FOR   R. N. W. M. P.
Incpector Sail} for England to Secure
Right   Stamp.
Montreal, June 9.���That there is a
scarcity of rec:ults and great difficulty In getting men of tbe stamp
wanted for the Northwest Mounted
Police b the statement cf Inspector
H. C. West, who has been staying- in
Montreal for a few days, prior to leaving- for England on three months'
leave of absence.
During his stay in England, Inspec-
to*- West will recruit actively fo- the
fcr?e. note especially in the so,-th,
smong the stalwart yeoman class. He
rs a. ver" enthiiEiuBtic officer and con-
ei 'ers that there is no better force
'n the wprld than the Northwest
Mounted Police, and he says that
when he le.iins. he will bilng back
"���:'th him many hirdy sons of the soil.
The inducements to enlist aie now
very tood, he savs; a man on enlistment re's 75c a dav and on re-engagement, at the end cf three yeftrs, has
hl# -ay inisel lo $1.00 a lay. To-
tether with board, clothing and lodging he considers that a policeman's
t av (s worth over ?fi5.0(l a month
Another attraction ls that the compul-
-._. , .��*_'_n-l of service hr.s been
'���lu-n~cd f.om five to th.eo years. Thej
life of a Northwest Mounted man, he
avers, is a grand one, and very attractive. When on police escort or police
ro-rt work a policeman gets extra-
c" M ��� pay, pnd for serving summons'
and pTCutin'; warrants he gets Pertain court fees.
Of tho Peace Fiver c'.isirlct, in
-' h'rh he wai (he first olllcer of the
police force stationel. Insnector West
speaks very ent'i--:iastically. and eoi'f-
s'de's it a giand country and when
"he transportation facilities are hc:ter
bs cees a gieat future for tbe district. He says that it is a Ftdendid j
ici-el farmlr.'.' ronntry, and the hie; I
lakes thero are literally  teeming  with j
Ottawa, June 9.���A local Fenian
Raid veteran objects to the statement that only 10,000 men sasv actual
sei vice In the Fenian Raids. Quoting
from a history of the trouble written
by Capt. j. A. McDonald, of the 4th
Ottawa and Carleton County Rifles,
this veteran states that on March 7.
18(10. some 14,000 men were enrolled
but that nearly all were iCIeved from
duty on March 31. On June 2, 18fifi,
they were called out again, this time
over 20,000 strong.
In 1870 some 0000 were called out
and as very many new men responded
each time it is estimated that the
number who participated in the various turnouts totalled about 25,000.
The claim, therefore, that 19,000
seek pensions but that only about G,-
500 are entitled thereto has no v:b*
stantial basis. Giving the number of
dead as one-third it is not improbable that 17,000 are entitled to the government grant.
CEYLON   TEA nr
Is the best flavored and most economical Tea in the World.
Beware of high profit bearing substitutes.
Sealed Lead Packets only.
WAKE   UP,  CANADA!
Other Dominions Outstrip U6 in Butter  Exoorts.
Ottawa, June 9.���That. Canada during the past ten years has lasged far
behind Australia an.l New Zealand ln
exporting butter to G.eat Britain, is
shewn by comparative figures prepared by the Deiartment of Trade and
Commerce. Since 1902, when Canada
sent 285 705 cwt., the exports have
steadily declined���except in 1905���until last yaar they amounted only to
01,930 cwt. Australian butter exports
in the same peiol increased from 80.-
'.'97 to 874,399 cwt., and New Zealan-'
fiom 157/itiS to 276,446 cwt.
Canadian cheese exports have also
c'eclined, while New Zealand exports
have increased. Australia sent comparatively little in this period. There
ha-e been, says the departmental report, good causes for Canada's decease In exports of butter to the
United Kingdom.
Grand Trunk System
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"       S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Ray and  Stewart.
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE. Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
Grand Trunk Pat lie trains connect at Prince Rupert for East
w'.th abova sUamen=. Ask for l lustrated literature re agricultural
lands is  P. C. and Wes;ern   Cauda.
Special evcur:!on  far^s via Ch'cago     during summer months.
Rail Tickets to Ail Points,   General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines.
II. G. SMITH, C. P. &. T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. D.
Phone  Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER;- B.C.     S27 Granville Street.
������ ��� --   " ��������������*-... J���~ ,    -������ mmiimn���������
SS��* Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block!
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Wirelesr and  Deep Sea Signalling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
The largest and finest steamers  from Canada.
New S.S. Megantic   New S.S. Laurentic
15,000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electrifc Heaters, Etc.
Sails  July 6, Aug. 3 Aug. 31 June 22, July 20, July 17
First Class $92.40, Second Class
$53.75. Third Class, $32.50.
ONE CLASS  (II.)  CABIN  SERVICE.
Twin Screw S.S. "TEUTONIC." Twin Screw S.S. "CANADA."
582 feet long, 18,000 horsepower. D14 fw, , Sai|s .June 29th
Sai's June 15th, July 13th, Aug. ,   .     -,.,     .        ....    .��� ���,
10th;    $55.00    and    up;    Third July 27th, Aug. 24tn. $50.03 and
Class $32.50. "Pt   Third Class $31.25.
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.    Embark m'cht
fore sailing.    No  hotel expenses,    no transfer charges.
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
be    |
Unlimited  Possibilities  of  Parker's Process
For Making Matches
A   HOME   INDUSTRY
Search t*> world of invention from A to % and you .viii Hnd that every labor-saving device has been instantly ao:epte:l by t M fcnsluftss ru'hlic. while the corporations owning and manufactures commodities -ith
these ratented deWces havc alwayB been a success, and the mea who have been nnancsd and the people who have Invested tl ��_ mws^y in the shares af the company have made fortunes.
DO YOU GRASP WHAy WE MEAN ?
' f-n��� vou see the great enormous .osslbliUies the Dominion M*^ Co.. Ltd. of Xe,v Westminster,
U 1 ,17the "Parker Continuous Process" In th, n,a-.ing of matches? Do yot realize what a
ri, of Ter 50 per cent mens in the cost of *M, matches? Do you realize that hy "Patlter's
Ihvlnft of o^er 50 per     . ..,�������� tin', thi nuchlnsry Putt is now used?
Con'.lsupu* Pio;ess" U Will nial.e obsolete aM ������ ��� .....
DO y6�� fcWW VhJt It only Lkss .bout 10 6eo,le to n-.ake a ca-i-ad of matches wl.h >j^4 con-
tinuou. M��lfc," and that It t*ke, ahout 500 people to m.ko a carload of --lChM w|i, tfc methoi
���nd nttcttnery now used by other match manufacturi-s?
ftett you see plainly what lt meana to the sto-.fioldor. of the Comlnicn 31*tft* % Ltd.? Uumot
_jt��u understand that the more you uve in i"> ma'dn3 of a commodity ���^^'�����*���^����
know that the Dominion Match Co, Ltd^ ewn. th. patent* for maklno wat**. by "Parker's C antlnuoua
Process? -                    /  '
Tuht fts water seek. Us ltvol. so d(M* ovory Iftte-savinc. ihv-eM^ replace a slower   more costly
and '11 e^ecTual oyBtOm. "PftrttOi^ C^UOUOUS Process" wiU ^^ttlonlze the match mdustry ot tbo
world.
?       "Parker's Continuous Process" for malting matches will gradually supercede the o her methods o
f     J,        !   hJ   anl if you have the foresight to see into the future, you will invest In the shares of
making ������^��.. "J "y��LUtd   of New Westminster. B. C.    You wl.l then be one of those   who   will
^XT���r�������� Lieasel valuation of the stock and * dividends -that are hound to
come.
Call and aee for yourself; believe >*0f own eyes, let ua show you 818 truth f���'���?"*
When you want your watch lepaired, don't go te a blacksmith. When you want information ������������
regarding the Dominion Watch Co., Ltd., and Parker's Continuous Process for making matches
don't listen to outsiders, hat come an.l talk it owr wilh us, then judge for yourself,
A match-m��klno Machine la on exhibition at White ��, in!le.�� Roll C��taU Offl����, 748 Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.   Co me and see it work. ,
A limited number of ahares will, be aold at $lfcW ��V.h pir V*lu�� fuiiy tOld and non-wfceeslble.   We
.   will make term, for you. Let us take you out ts **���/the.factory  vnhteo W now being bu,lt.   Boost yo
home Industrie.���you need them.   Indutsries ��ro the ' j.ckb^ne ot *�� progressive cities. .       -b
Fill out the coupon and mail it at onW, Ond we w ,n send you, fcrHs of cost, a   booklet, giving
names of tne officers, direct ors and full information t
��mi��nii'<i
FRED  PHILLIPS
746 Colunfck Street
l I ns
SA1ES MANAGER
New Westminster* B. C.
FRED PHIL!    |M> teNrt Man.cer,
746 Colu-    M. stTtrt't New Westminster:
Dearf /^^^n\ me your booklet, giving ?\^�����fttl��n
regaidln; ��?&%%��*&* Co.. Ltd., of New Westmln.tsr, E, C,
8ame t0    0* ��*'t me fiee of cost. reoKFomt
WESTMlntfTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
se
WESffllKSTEB MM NEWS
Published   every    morning   except
Sunday by Tbe National Printing and j
a'ublisbing  Cb,. Ltd., at their office,
��3   McKenzie. Street,  New  Westmin-
' ROBERT II. BEST; Manager.
TELEPHONES:
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $1 per year. $1 for three
months, or 4<"c lier month.
By mail $3 oer year, or 25c per
month.
Westminster Weekly News $1  per
grear.
aims into actualities. The bylaw Is
coming, it now rests with the people
to do their share.
New Westminster is to hoi I her annual outing and a committee of citizens will choose between the rival
charms of Nanaimo, Chilliwack, Bellingham and Victoria. Modesty forbids our anticipating their ultimate
selection. The Progress Club can be
trusted to make them welcome.���
Nanaimo Free Press.
CANADIAN TRIALS
FOR OLYMPIAD
CAPTAIN    VANCOUVER.
KING AND RESERVE.
On Saturday evening thirty thousand men of the Rational Reserve were
reviewed in London by His Majesty,
while all over tho British Isles those
who have lakes up this movement
gathered in similar style to celebrate
the fact that, the National Reserve
Jias now become firmly established ia
the life of the .ration.
Thirty thousand men in three years
as an enviable record, an.l the editor
ani the Spectator, who initiated the
.anove, must have been a proud man
indied as hc .saw the result of bis
��ireams sweep past the saluting "base.
Kan!; on rank they came, sailors,
soldiers and volunteers, an "old bri-
agado" indeed. Hyde Park has been
the .scene of mapy notable military
gatheltogs, and at many of these
alhere ha\e hi cn piesent old service
men In their civilian dress, to whom
Special prominence has been a-.coid-
��d in order to meet the wishes of the
nation that they have served, an.i
Whic'i in turn thus delights to honor
thi ni. .
Those old  rewire  men  now  have
fcn organization of their own.    They
Compose (ho National Reserve, not an
"���army leserve" or a "national guard"
$s the movement, has been miscalled.
In  Westminster    today    the    first
branch of what may well become the
Canadian National Reserve is steadily
approaching the hundrej mark.   Just
���as the co-.nty of   Surrey   holds   the
premier lilacs in the home movement,
��o Westminster <iiy and district occ.i-
piea a similar v-oK'urn cm tMs 8\de ot
*he water.   The men are here in Cannula, their spirit Is the sam?, and the
time   may  aoUbe- lar   distant   when
thirty lhousan��i'Service men who call
Canada their hOme shall lemind the
Woild that we'too are of the bload.
Soiio misuij-derstandlng seems t6
have occurred StftiOugh the general impression that Captain Vancouver
landed at Clover Point to fill the
water barrels during his celebrated
voyage, says a Victoria writer. This
suggestion Is upset on reference to
his Journals. In connection witli the
preservation of this site when the Dominion government abandons the
range, it has lieen urged that the spot
Is one of the most, historical in Victoria, a place where landed the great;
navigator when he sailed aro::n.l the
island which bears his name. ���
The plan which accompanies "A
\oyage of Discovery Rouiyi 'the
World" bears out the jou:nals that
the explorers approached but did not
enter the inlet of San luan, and keeping to the southern shore near Port
Townsend, there anchored. They
< mo along the Washington coast to
the entrance to Puget Sound, and
from theie giadually worked along
the shore line between Vancouver Island and the Mainland. The plan
shows a flotied line alon'; the southern fringe of Vancouver Island, and
i:o ! oint marked between San Juan
Inlet and the Point of St. Gonzalo.
now Gonzales Point, so that there is
no evidence that any party from the
"Chatham" or "Discovery" eve.1 landed
on the Victoria sile of the St:aits-of
Juan de Fuca.
The legend, as picturesque as the
story of the Siwash Rock in Stanley
Park, or the White Rock ln Boundary
Bay, which gives its name to the poplar summer resort near Blaine, cannot have any support in fact, although
it detracts nothing from the beauty
of the spot which the city council is to
try to secure from the department of
m'iitia, when Col. Hughes next visits
tlie coast on his inspection tiip.
A movement is on foot in Vancouver at the present time to ered a
statue at the entrance of Burrard Inlet
to the memory of the rjreat navigator
whose name has been given to the
leading city in the province, and even
if his feet never trod the tet raced
beach of Clover Point his association
with the island is such that the principal city should have some other
permanent and publlc memorial here
than the portraits in the board of
trade rooms and in the parliament I
buildings. The Simon Kraser monument at New Westminster sin-plies a
model in connection with the commemoration of the work which mlg-h:
we'll Vie Imitated. ,,
Gallon, British    Columbia, Wins    400
Metres���Pick of Six Provinces
Present.
law
ie to en-
carried Into
now abroad
'    will    cer-
BYLAWS'AND  hay.
Thr re'are nol. many poets in West-
tninster, even  if the  annual  c;op of
tht* spring vaiioty be Included, and by
the tarns* token there are but few who
��are to brush-throunh the dewy grass
on Albert Crescent as the sun paints
liis daily bnt ever new picture on the
fcackgroond of llie far-off mountains.
Ho, this is tillage of utility, the e:a
of the builder.jIUiter on we shall have
fime for tbe frills.
Meanwhile many people think that
the builders should get. busy with the
trills of Albert Crescent, those frills
of clover, of cocksfoot, of dandelions,
tha: no* wave In luxurious growth of
hay around the statue of the great explore:, it the attltiiala* of tl.e dovo ��� t
of amateur s] ori in the city be considered alto, there.can be no doubt that
a very %ge section of the citizens de
site to r-ce our parka and open spaces
ptllked !'o fh4 vc.-;- bos, advantage.
I'.mld.m:    iakc��  time,  but   In    the
'trou^i.  of t:-.li present month a by
will i<? laid i.e.ore the i eopl
|tbla till* very v.o:k to be
effecl    Wjiji ihn reeling
in the < Ity, l!i:s mov
<uiiiiy meel with hearty approval,aud
ve bave do hesitation in saying thai
thr muter builders wlll then do their
pn.il, and our parju will be Improved.
.Mayor Lee I1.14 told ub of the ad
tniration which Blr William Macken-
xic voirrd for tlie beautiful homes
whi h he-saw on his short excursion
around the city. Parks and open spaces
���Eland to exactly the same relation 1
ithe cily as a -whole as do lawns and
flower beds to our private houses,
W'e individually take pride In keeping
trim Hie latter; il is a point of honor
villi the city to take due care of th<
foi mer. ','>������'
Al present there is no spot In Wesl
minster u-hcre dikljti or citizens may
fine comfortable seats in an open
���pace where Ihey may take their l< Is-
sire ami at the same, time gaze on the
animated spectacle of the great river,
Its matchless setting; and the hum-
���ning lines of traffic near ait hand,
yuch a location afc ir, Albeit Crescent
could without tremendous outlay be
transformed into a place of this na-
tOXB.
Nothin.v can Be done without ex-
IX'iidiinre. The city council recognizes
the need of improving the '..arks, hut
It must  havo the money lo turn Us
PORTUGUESE    PLOTS.
.Montreal, June It.���British Columbia, Alberta, .Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
Ontario and Quebec were represented
by the pick of their athletes at the
Canadian Olympic trials which were
h^ld on the .Montreal Amateur Athletic Association's grounds yesteiday
afternoon. The only member of the
track and field team to go to Sweden
who was not seen ln action was
George Colliding, the sensational
walker, wilh a string of world's records to his name, doubling apparently ls suffering a bit from over-training, and it has been thought advisable to let him rest up until the evening of the big games in the Stockholm stadium.
Of the men competing several took
part, in the Hritish Olympic games In
1!)()8, while otheiB represented the Do-
inion at the Festival of the Empire
sports. The events resulted as follows:
1U0 Metres, First Heat��� Howard,
Winnipeg, first; Beasley, British Columbia, second. Time 11 2-5 seconds.
Second heat���Kerr, Hamilton, first;
McConnell, British Columbia, second.
Time. 11 2-5 seconds. Final���Howard, Winnipeg, first; Kerr, Hamilton,
second.   Time, 11 2-5 seconds.
1500 Metres ���K. Tait, Toronto,
first; Tubman, Quebec, second; Beckett, Winnipeg, third.   Time, 4:10.
Running Broad Jump���Bricker, Toronto, first; Chandler, British Columbia second.   Distance, 23 2-4 feet.
Pole    Vault���Halfpenny,    Montreal,
first;    Cameron,    Toronto,    secon 1; j
Archibald, Toronto, third.   Height, 1: ,
feet 9 inches. |
200    Mettes ��� Howard,    Winnipeg,]
first;   Kerr,  Hamilton, secend:   Luka-
man, Montreal, third.     Time, 23    1-6 j
seconds.
Standing Broad Jump ��� Marando.
Montreal, first;   Barber, Toronto, second;   Cameron,  Toronto,  thi.d.    Dig-:
tance, 10 feet 2 Inches.
40(1 Metres���Gallon. British   Colum-1
bia, first; Tresslrler,  Ontario, second
Time, 50 3-5 seconds.
800 Metres���Brock,    Cntaiio.    first;
Phillips, Ontaiio, second.   Time 2:35
5000      Metres���Deeoteau.    Albe:t-i
first;   A.  N.  Coates,  Quebec, s^con 1,
Time, 1(1:20 3-5.
Standing HVb Jump���Barber, Ontario, first; Bainton, Saskatchewan,
second.   Height, 4 feet 8 inches.
Hop, Step and Jump���Bricket, Tor-
onto, first; Maianda, Quebec, second;
Barber, Toronto, thi: d. Distance, 43
feet 7 inches.
Bicad      Jump���Uriel.e:.      Toronto,
heman, Qjehes, second.   Dis-
tc-et 3 inches.
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Paiis. June 0.���An almost superhuman effort is being niaiie hqre by
Prince Mi.euel, Dike de Bragafllftr and
father-in-law of the Duchess.do Vl^eu,
who was .\11ita Stewart, to fsfjse. a
large amount of money (or the tOj-al-
ist cause In Port-cal.
The sto:y that in what is known as
:he Dover contract. Prince Miguel
had lesi^ned his claim to the throne
in favor of the former Kins Manuel
is net trae. Tiie Dover agreement
was in effect that the republic should
he abolished at any cost, nnd whoever
of the two pretenders succeeded fiist,
should let the other alone.' If i^&nuel
f,ot back to the throne before Miguel,
the latter would accept the situation |
and forego active "pretending," but if
Mia sel succeeded In restoring |jtbe
monarchy and establishing himself as
ruler, then Manuel would rest content with private life.
Where Money Came From. .. .
Another fact whicli this quest for
money brings oat is that the Duchess
Anita Sip war' Vizeu's money was liberally Brent In the royalist caiisijiUntil lifer UusUes in America refused to
!>ut up rny more fun-is. Tbe sudien
Stoppage tl:reatene.l to wreck'the
ause of the Braganza royalists and
undo all that hau been done, and
hence the eupeme effort now being
made to carry tiie plot !o a s'leces-sfu'
conclusion as long as AmeHean
money has put It well under way.
Various soemities are offere.l
which include shaies of Parr's Bant-
In London, As there are not monM
solid shares to guarantee the hi;
loan asked, Feveial loyalist ladles 11"
pledging their precious Jewels, ant!
others again In such high standins a'
10 have their personal notes accepted.
are signing for liberal donations
Titles Bartered for Money,
fine of these is the Princess Marie
Josephine, Princess de Braganza-. infanta of Portugal widow of the late
Prince Charles Theodore of Bavaria
and mother of Queen Elizabeth of Belgium.
Titles varying from duke to baron
are b!eo being riomised to wealthy
commorcrs r.s str inducement to sup-
r.ort I'rjicp Miguel's cause. It Is certain that Mrs. James K-cny Smith
would have lieen made a duchess if
the upplles fiom t'r.it source hai no'
stopped, and even utider evistin��: circumstances the ha< well to;nded
claims tr> preference should the De
Braganza cause succeed.
II is learnel from the mos, trust-
orthy authoilty that the Morgan-
Harjes anlsin. dim has Acqepted a
proposition to make a loan on principles nd hns csibled to New Vork for
rurther Instructions,
While these eventful happenings
sue being fostered in Paris by Don
Miguel. KinK Manuel has Just smashed the Portuguese Republican club at
Lausanu''-U\hy. Traveling incognito
as the Count Dourenne, he visited the
club, with the result that all the mem-
beis seceded and weat over to the
royalist party.
Antbonv Dreye) has been very close
to the dethroned king lately, and ii in
said LhuA he will he made ;i Voke of
the kinpdom of Port 'gal should Man-
nel succeed in regr.ir.lng his throne.
Mlliicr.  for  Carrla.
Port Huron, Mi'cii.. June B.���Tiie
Standard Oil Comj any is s:c-ndiii3
$1,000,0(1 in impioiemcnis and the
erection of r.ew briidings for its imperial oil lefiuery In Satnia, Ont., ,'i-
rectly opposite Port Huron. New offices aie being built and a large acreage has been purchased for future
building.
The statement is made that the
Standard Oil company may centralize
its American and Canadian interests
in Sarnia, in order to escape the laws
of the United States, which, under
the recent supreme court decision, order the company to be divi Jed into 23
subsidiary companies.
There are now 800 men at work in
Sarnia at tho plant of the Imperial
oil refinery. The vessels owned by
the company are carrying vast fiuan-'
titles of oil to the northwest.
Wire??��s for Petawawa.
Ottawa. June a.-���The Department
of Militia and Defence will establish
a wireless telegraph station at Petawawa, with a range of 30 miles. A
corps of operators Is being organized.
The station w.'ll-be ln operation this
summer, and oiber stations will in
time be establish��\l at other military
camps.
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.TtriH* ��, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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SALMON BELLIES
ARE TR1UMPHAN1
Superior Play Entirely Responsible for Victory-Con Jones'
Aggregation Soundly Trounced-Turnbull Brothers Make
Record Scoring���Cleanest Game Seen In Years.
measure Mickey Ion will 6et in the
matter of fines. His kvorit on the
held was dservlng of heavier penalties than those he goi.
Stinging from their defeat in Vancouvei-, when the tlreen bnirts beat
thenj in a demoralising; game, the
famous Salmon - liellies soundly
troan.ed Con Jones' aggiagation of
ini;.orted star's by 7 goals to 2, on the
Queen's Park oval Saturday after-
noc.i. 'the local boys were out to win,
they wanted to show the crowd that
lacrosse as played in the coast league
a year ago has not waned, and the
way they bored Into the Vancouver
hunch in the last quarter was a sight
lo  I cliold.
The victory on Saturday was even
more emphatic than the one gained
by th Vancouver team a week previous as on that occasion, the wliole of
the loeal team went to pieces In the
flrst quarter, an I never regained their
equilibrium. On Saturday, however,
Iheir attacks were met with a sturdy
defence, the green shirts had their
wits ahout them, and It was entirely
owing to superior playing that the
game was won for the ex-champions.
Never was a finish more exciting
from a spectator's viewpoint, and not
since the defeat of reciprocity
has anything been pulled Ott to
equal the achievement of our peerless athletes In Saturday's game. To
bow the proud bead of tho burr, adjoining Stanley Park to the moist
dust, is as pleasing to our fellow citizens in the Koyal City, as a suspended sentence to a regular offender in
the halls of Justice.
Tl '��� size of the crowd that dotted
the grnndstand anl bleacher.! aioand
the ova! was not of tho best, early In
the afternoon, but during the preliminary scrap between Sapperton antl
the Easl Bnd Jttnio s, another striae
ol B. C. E. ll. cars bore to and made
a fair!.-.- respectable showing. Even
that curtain ralrer wai tome Mam0.
Both Iduis were out for blood, and
at v.f stage of th'e proceedings, i lav-
��',*. .cure et al., weie ruir.c.1 In one
(.in IsJns (rcc-!or-all in thc centre of
tb- r,ii:;:i. Il i.s Kaid to have ende.i
In fn or of the Sappertons by 4 to -
: oa i.
THE GAME AT A CLANCE.
mln.,   15
Coil   Sumnvry.
First Quarter,
' ��� ".ci) rey or, Vam oner  3 minutes.
L-Vrmlnill,  Westminster, S  fin., C
.se; or.ds.
:;���!..    Ttimhull,     Westminster,   2
min.. 14 stconds.
4���Murray,- Vancouver.
���seconds.
Second  Quarter.
No ^core. -   J
Third  Quarter.
No fccore'.
Fourth  Quarter.
:,���fl. Spring, Westminster, 25 rccb.
fi-'i..    Turnbull.    Westminster,    8
miti.. 3." seconds.
7���W.    Turnbull, Westminster,    17
sees.
W. 1 urnbull, Westminster-, 5 mins.
fl���G. Spiing, Westminster, t; mins.,
23 seconds.
Penalty  Summary.
First Quarter.
"S. Nicholls, Vancouver, 5 mills.
""*' Second  Quarter.
W. Turnbull, Westminster, 5.mln.
-G. Kennle, Westminster, 5 mins.    '
Third Quarter.
Ions, Vancouver, 5 mins.
Ions, Vancouver, 6 mins.
West, Vancouver, 5 mins.
Fourth  Quarter.
Griffiths, Vancouver, 6 miits.
Ion, ��� Vancouver, 10 mins.
Griffith, Vancouver, rest of game.
II. Gifford, Westminster, 5 mins.
T. Itennie, Westminster, 5 mins.
move und well earned the plaudits of
lhe crowd, oven though it was fruitless. .Mlsfflptf Jon was j.laying a dlrfot,
game at thlp gta^je, and. iind no sooner
taken the fleld' from one enforced rest,
than he got tagged for a second offence. Harry West Joined him for
holding Len Tuinbull when the latter
appeared certain to score.
Fourth Quarter.
No scores having been made in the
two previous quarters, the crowd naturally expected something to happen.
They weie right in their conjecture
for 25 seconds from the face off
Grumpy Spiing put his team ahead
with a low shot that jumped the
strings. Encouraged by the crowd,
the Salmon Bellies began to hold the
ball at their will, bombarding their
opponents' goal at all anv.les. This
could not keep up very long without
results, and on a quick pass fiom
Grump Spring, Len Turnbull ended
the agony with one of the low underhand shots with which he specialises.
The Vancouver defence were losing
tlieir heads about this time, Griffiths
being sent off for slashing Grumpy
Siulng, while Mickey lon followed him
with a ten-minute check, when he
tiled to cho;' down Punk Wintemute.
Bill Tumball was plaj ing a whale of a
game and slammed in a fifth at short
range,
Griffiths again took the Held but his
i'i.! 'in the bench had hardly cooie.'
orf befoie he was s-e-nt ot fcr th?
resi of the game for tr-ing o put
Grumpy Spring out of commission.
<i.if was bollins with rage when
he 'ame Ijac't, and it v.as only by for-
clble measures on the j-art or .'"on
Joneg -!,'l Harry Cowan thnt he was
prevented from slatting a roup:''
1-ouce witb s-.onie of the spectators ir
tlie stands. Vancouver made on--.j
sporadic attempt at the last stage o!
lbe game, Nick Carter hit,tin-, Tonl
GlfTord or the cfaplum iV>-b a f:ist
shot. Bi'! Turntfull and Grumpy
filing put ilirn-.ii.il i o o more go-ils.
making thei:- opponents' humiliation
complete.
ln tbe last speism Hughie Gir/.-i
tii! Tom Vennle bo'h InCUfte I ien.il
ties, but their absence vas r.noticed
if i heir team wa^ holding liio ball at
will.
The Teams.
Vancouver��� Weal minster.
Goal.
Hess     Clark
Point.
Griffith    ���;������(���   Howard
Coyer-point.
Weal . ... <~ ' -  - ��� T. Gifford
First Defense.
Pickering      J- Gifford
Second  Defense.
Ion   G. Rennie
Third Defense.
GodTrey  H. Gifford
Center.
Nichols ... -.  T. Itennie
Third Home.
M urray    W. Turnbull
Second Home.
McGiegor       Wintemute
Urst Home.
Carter   .....,'... C. Spring
Outside Home.
Dot Phelan      L Turnbull
Inside Home,.
Allen    G. Spring
Officials.    .
rieferCe ��� .Toe Keynol's.
J-fidge of Play���George' Tuck.
Timekeeper���Lionel Yorke, Vancou-
Iver; Fied Lynch, New W'estmlnster.
|    Penally     Timekeepers ��� Charles
, Young. Vancouver; H. J. Major, New
Westminster.
' Goal Umpires���Weldy Clarke, Vancouver; Matt Knight, New Westmln-
ster.
This talk of Vancouver players receiving injuries pales into insignificance at the stulf that was handed
Doey and Spiing. It looked as if the
Green Shiits were cut to get these
two players, and they came near to
being successful.
Fred Lynch acted the pai t of a volunteer fireman during ono of the Intervals. Ure broke out under the
pi ess stand, but Kied was there with
a water pail before much damage was
done, ' Who k��ows biit/Whiu It? mt.'d
Beaver; ' ?' } ^ j
 1           .     ��.    '
The coon band added Interest to
the gieat event. Manager Gillis hired
a buzz wagon to cart tho musicians to
and from the park.
"Alexander's Rag Time Band"
caught the crowd.
The home players were Instructed
to "ciowd 'em." They did it wltii a
vengeance.
Tlie play of the local hoys was Just
great.    Kvery man checked his man
at the  light
good woik.
moment.    Keep up the
And    Grumpy Spring ia no
when It comes to boring in.
EloUl'll
Five e-oals out of seven for the
Turnbull brothers Is sure some ie-
cord. Both were in the middle of
every rush and thoroughly deserve
credit.
At one stage of the game lt looked
as if the relerees weie inliicted with
the book worm. Tbey might have
move!  fastoi.
The smiling faces of the old-timers
who wouldn't mlss a game on a bet.
reminded one of the cartoonist de-
plcttng "Tliem was the happy days.''
Pees was theie with the horse
shoes', but he has to take secon:!
; la-.e to Clark. It's a tieat to see
Ban pi.k of the hot stuff.
Matt Barr with the b!g megav'.ionc
was an unheal .1 of q-Jantity. It must
have been galling for Con end Matt
to be seated the ro; e bars, an! the
bt st thing about it, they had to sta.i
there, too.
At St. Louis��� R. H E
Boston 9 13   {
St. Louis   2 10   0
Batteries:    Bodient and   Carrlgan;
Mitchell and Stephens.
At Detroit��� R.H.E.
Washington  4   7' 1
Detroit.   3
Batteries:      Museer,   Hughes
Henry; Willett and Onslaw.
9   3
and
Moose Defeat Millside,
The Millside nine stacked bats with |
the local Moose team yesterday after- ���
noon on the suburban diamond.   The S
correct score ls not known definitely,
but reports say the scorer ran out of
paper recording tallies in favor of the
Moose aggregation.
WILL SWEEP THE DECK.
New York, June 9.���Confident that
the showing male both east aad west
in the Olympic tryouts ' yesterday
coupled wir.'f the Paciflc coast records
spells the most sweeping victory
Americans have made in the Olympic
games, members of the American
-learn selection committee win meet
heie tomoi'Mw to pick sfxty leaders
In the score of athletic specialties on
the Stockholm program.
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THE
Before t'.ie mo taUty returns are recorded, a vote of thariks should ue
passed unanimously to the srdathei
artis', whose work ivn? c'rss A. A. II!
at L'oyda,      Who said Cn, tain Peele?
In addition to the classic features
of .Vr. con Jones, the hostile fotces
included Mr. E. Lalcnde. ftno.vn
throughout the Dominion as the 16500
beauty. Mr.-Jones wore an expensive
straw hat. with a freen h nd, an entire suit of light flannc's. and had
f-e-v nprecrance of ronil >? from tho
tropics. After the game his condition
denoted tbe fast tha.t he was perspiring greatly.
HEARD    ON    THE    GRANDSTAND.
The Game Begins.
The Green Shirts came on the fleld
with a. reoreanized line-up.     George
Matheson gave way to Sibby Nichol,
"Dot" Phelan went ln place   of Mc-
Dougal, while Bones Allen deputised
for Lalonde.   The latter watched the
game from tbe training bench.   Manager Gray was evidently satisfied with
the line-up of last week's game and
matte no changes whatever.   At exact-
���ly lifteen minutes after 3 o'clock Referee Reynolds faced off the ball and
the battle was on.    After a few end
lo dnl plays, Nichols got tagged for
swiping Tom  Rennle, and ln a mix-
up In front of goal, McGregor* got one
past Clarke for the first blood, after
I hree minutes of play. This little setback did not effect tho local team one
lilt, and alter a Utile skirmishing In
rronl of the Vancouver goal, big Bill
urnbull smashed lhe rubber Into the
BETWEEN   THE   FLAG8.
It was the cleanest game seen in
some years.    Not a second was lost
during the entire 80 minutes on
couni of injuries.
Why did those minstrels wear Van
couver colors?
If you can't get through, climb over.
Netting's cheap.
Under-drawers are not good form;
neither is dirty play.
Nothing like the hat trlc't to wind
up with.   Did you say two more?
Play the game, anl don't waste
time for your men to come back.
Well done, referee!
B. C. Lacrosse League.
Goals
W.   L.     F.     Aj
Westminster 2     1     16     17
Vancouver 1     2     17     lfi
Next match, June 15���Westmlnstei
nt Vancouver.
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& SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LTD.
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative call
explain what makes this possib'.e.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
and
E. J. Bangs
Frank Warner
WARNER, BANGS & CO.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
LOANS
Special Attention to
EAST  BURNABY
Igood^asjs^w
I ��� ..-
Empire and
Smith Premier
nti
Coldicott Blk.   Eatt Burnaty\WertmiMter DaMfN***:
Typewriters  FOR SALE   at
a Sacrifice.    Enquire  at the
=!
BILL TURNBULL
Who scored three of the seven roal?
for the Salmon Bellies in Saturday's
game.
Intermediate Lacrosse
West Ends ���
East Buinaby
Sapperton
W.
..2
..I
..1
T
An
���net, thus equalizing the score,
tho Salmo"!   Be'lles a
an oicnln;1
there
other rjah b.v-j^^^^^���
few  mlnut-n-later  f��-n1
fnr Ltn Tuinbull and he  was
with the goods.   To-var's tlie +******������
the quarter, Ernie Murray eluded his
check in time to mi'se the score two
all.    This ended  the   scoring for p
time at leiist.
Second  Quar'.er.
Tbis was pio'iobly the rlowest period that one mif-ht wish to see In a
lacrosse parre.   Tbe previous quarter
had apparently tod on the speed of
both   teams   and   evcept   for a few
dashes ou thcuiart or both sties , r. ay
was of a llslloes character.   Bill Turn-
bull cot nVis minutes for rough woik
on Icn, and   a   minute   later George
iin.'e created a laugh   by tripping
i.   in    ��Urht    ot    overyone.
Oor-ie    prrtnered Tunbuil    on the
bench.   Willi the two odd men. Van-
comer mAt!e depei'ftte efforts to bore
In, bul foun,d the local defence solid. |
Nick Carter, the star of the two pre-,
vloiis games, found his mnstor in Jim-
ni" Oiffoid   anil was bottle! up completely.    Tbc   tcconil  carter  ended
with the Usiva fitlll Mod.
Third   Quirto-.
HURhle Gi.Tcrd made n h-illiant at-
terart   to i'o    in, ;'uJ felling   this.
sw-jpt? round the net and attempted
to fill C'o rubber thioush from   ihe
top of tho net.     It was a dangeious
Menu	
McGregor.
Reginas :.  .. .0     2
Nex t   match,   Thursday-
West Ends vs. Sapperton.
League.
Goals
,. F. A
�� 16 ,7
I 10 14
I 9 7
5. llj
evening���
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BASEBALL.
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Northwestern League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Vancouver 30     24      .565
Victoria   .:..    27"    2G -   507
Tacoma 27     2ti      .507
Jiokane 72A     'i'l      .496
Po.tlaml ,v  .. 2fi      28      .481
Seattle  24     29      .450
Yesterday's Games.
At Eveieu��� ^^^^
Vancouver  8 10 .���>
Portland   7 18   3
Batteries:     A?new     aud     Lewis;
Bloomfleld. Veazey and Moore.
At Seattle��� R.H.E.
Spokane  3 12   R
Victoria    4   8   J
Potteries:    Leonard and De Vogjt:
Kaufman and Meek,
At Tacoma��� R. tf, V.
Tacoma  8 12   [
Seattle     7 10   "
>  Batteries:     CMper   and   Laloncs-.
Panenkamp, Schneider and Whaling.
OUR
West tnd Branch
-1 wish to anno -nee to th^ public
that I have opened a branch store in
the West Pad of the city, located at
the corner of ,
6th Avenue and 12th Street
This part of the city is growing so
rapidly and our customers bave become so numerous in this loca.'l;;.
that tt bas been absolutely Impossible
for.us to give thsm the service wo
would li':e In the way of deliveries.
In this branch we wlll tarry a well
a.'soi ted Etocic of
First Quality
Goods
HARKY   TIDY,   Manager.
MOVING
SOj   IM*
LEN TJRN3ULL
One of P'e bardell   workers
local home division.
ofl   the
American League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago 81
Boston   2i>
Wat!hln"ton  ......   .. ?7
���"'lladtlphia ........ ?���}
Cleveland 21
Detroit   2">
New York 14
SL Louis   14
Yestorday's CRir.e;
At Chicago���
New York    ....
Chicago 	
Batteries:     FlFher rnd
Wogrldve nn 1 Block.
At Cleveland���
Cleveland ",	
Philadelphia
at same prices as at our down town
storp and Sapperton branch, and will
���R. H. E. f be able to give oufr customers prompt
delhery. 1> have engaged Mr. R. G.
Gordon to manage this branch. Mr.
i' Gordon has had a long and successful expei lence and will glye you every
satisfaction. "We would lfcte yoa to
call .ond see the store, it is one of
the nicest grocery stores in the city.
S   I  respectfully  solicit  your  patron- J
'���* *
age.
Cl A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
Program Changes
*,...*.. , -
Monday, Wednesday
:. a > '���*���}    y-    i      ,     '
and Friday
���    ! -     i-:**
��� I.IIM    .'    '       ' ���
WE SHOW THE
BEST PICTURES
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.511
.510
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THE CITY
��T0N'$ ORCHESTRA
^���Bf    (I'L l
NEW SHOW TODAY..;.
'    fj   irn.'i
  ' '   im'i  iln.-:]
i    -i
The Royal  Entertainers:
PEARL & Om'-
n.litl til!
In tbeir original aad-MWertjr'1
���I: bliK'iU fi
Specialty..,V)  mA!,,
diuloaq 1<��
"VICTORIA" ",
tti Ui.i-1 9111 "ll
.    , BtilJa ���*'*���*���
Replete with ScpMsty tlJueta,
Laughing    Songs,    Kngttsa
Eoot      Dances,      Hlgltf&i'd-
.    _-���! Ill I   'l-i''    '
Dance and the tableau Il^r.
Late Majesty "VTCTORlAi"  '
���  ....
i    i in    -i'.K ill I    I I
LEOPOLD ROSEN
��� id rttiv  i
The $1000.00 Chaflea,^'.' .'
Batteries:     Gregg,'   George
O'Neil; Coombs and Egan.
, -;t. h. n.
���9 ��   '
ALWAYS
The latest styles,  flrst Class    work-,
iman'ship,  and  entire .satisfaction  by
Best and Moat Comfortable
Theati^ lb the City���Airy and
cool. ���
00Y VIOLI
,'-i ���"
nil   *���
iy ii-.vi-
lr
i'l tfl
TWO   SHOWS   NIGHTLY
Beginning at 7:30.
ROBINSONS BROWN
English Character Vocalists.
Presenting:: (| , r-i'
:.)in.l ui   ���-��������
THE SINGING
BRICKLAYERS
��� '*���'.   atdm   '
���  "   *- ' i    jiwi  <"nti ii,
yJTHp tailor I Admission 10c.
4���NEW PHOTO PLA
j.,'11.1-        ____!�����
3-soows dail!-:*
2:46���7:15���9:0q.
 -~-r���,	
10c���ADMISSION���20ic.
CHILDREN HAUF WUCE.
48  Lorns  Street,  New Westminster. FAGS SIX.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
[
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVES
Woraeri-'s commonest ailment ;
���the Toot ��f so much of their
UUhealth���promptly yields to
the gentie but certain action
crt Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.
25c,u box -at your druggist's.
����TION*L'DirUO ��WD CHEMICAL CO.
OFCMtU, LIMITED.
tei
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY���
WORKS  DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
Tbe bridseor. the River road wur
the Boundary (toad is mtaafe for ii*h-
sencer traffic, and persens using ill
are hereby notified to ru alowly, sort!
observe caution In rrossfc.R.
All patties lAhlg this bridge do a
at  their own risk.
Rv ���rder, |
PRBO L. MACPHKRBON,
Municipal Engineer.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
irrlval:
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.
"
Closing:
N. R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dHily except S��n*��y)-11:16
12f0�����Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except guadey) .16:00
IStOO-JVaneouver via B. C. -E. R.
(daily excei* Sunday).20:30
l0:30-~.Barnston islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday end
Saturday, aad leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
7!40-*Vletoria via !B. 'C. "E. 'R.
(daily except Sunday). 11.15
lO^O-^'irtoria  via G. N. R.
(idaily except -Sunday). 11:IF
7:30-H-Jnited Stntes via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)     9.45
16:16���United Statea vta-G. N. R.
(dailv axcent  Pnndavl..W:00|
' 9:2K�������.U   points eajR-anrtl  IB* '
-rope   (daily)    7:'45
22:10���iAIi   points   east, :anU Ku-
rope (daily)  .7 .11:15
a pperton    anfi    Pnwor
.Mills       daily       except
TSitnday)   ......   i 7:'45
.': 19 -.aMh- Bapperton     nrafl
MM*     (daily
9:86-
NGlTTCETTO-TH E~ P1TO LIC.
tvrsaer
SCX��e|T
 14:15
J �� 9266-
  '
Mr O  IL Ra'hfc tin is not. employed;:
by tlx> Underwriters Dominion MatdhijUaiOO-
Co., lJi.ti.<or tiie. U'jminion Match Go.J
Ltd.    Tit.? public will kindly take due;ji
notice of.the above. nun
(Sianed)
Dnderwittera Domij.icn MaMh Co. Ltd
Dominion   Malxh  Co..!lLtd.
Sunday)   	
-Cmjiultlam idJul? uexce.pl
Sunday)  ..7? 545
-Can'ral Park, M��lu��y��a��d
Bdmonds (daiiK; except
Sunday)         11.11
-Ladner. Port Guicbnn,
Westham Island. Bun
Wa   mi*30
CORPORATION OF BURWABY.
.Enjsm&er'.r. rj -��-;?.art meet*
T.-o  BUi.tde.r3 and. Contractors.
Tettilera .-ve iu>itel An i v.ill be received b' itlie un-'en igned ui till f
p.m. an rrf'.uy. 21$t June. 1012W fo :
Aiieratlatpi and I'f-ame) extensions
to C:l La'l, M.niLchiHI Hall'Grt.unds.
ICdmiiiis, I'..C.
Flr.ua, airti-?c-(-ificmi��-ti!i way ite obtained at Lugineor'a OlUce, KfanUclpal
Hall���jninioii(h 0.Q.. ��ui depfflkiting
$5.00,'which Will berOB*urned i�� all
bona  fide teiidrrers.
Tenters will not be emsidereij unless  subniiltf.d  on  ofMckul   forms iand
accompanied b.v certified, iheciuelw 5
per cenl. oi nans n lit oil tt��-.der.
WILlAWd ;QRIFF! THS.
vComptroffle r.
CITY r*sFNEYJ  WESTMINSTER.
T��ndens"Vor  Payitttj.
The Corporation; invites lenders far.'
paving lh��   following, streetn:
Sixth AiKnue.;lti'm Fii'afr.io Fourilii
Streets.
Fifth Ai-ttiue, trom Firet n Fourth
Streets.
Fouith    Avenue,   -#oni    first      Jo1
���Fourth Street*.
Third AvesiiQ, fr>e�� First-** Fourth
Streets.
First  Sireet..  from  Royal  (t   Sixth
Avenues.    -
nticflf���EasJ Uurnaby | ItaJty-.except Bunday)  13:00
ia):Dh���Tlmteorland (Tuesfiay and
Pridayi       ..13:3Q
B1H.80���AnBM*'lUe   and  HBnt��bnvy
(daily except Sunday): 1-1:30
0:110���Woodwards . (Tuesday,
Thursdnv ami Sstur-
day'i \U*.U}
l(6:.4t&-v-Vaj��eoit����r, I'ipeiT's -Sluing Wia G. SC. 551.
(daRy>��*cept Sumttoy) i.14:*0
U:::!fo~-CIovet*��*o and Poitt;li��iUs
via   G.   N.   II.   (duiky   ex
cept-Sunday) il4c(K-
U::8&���Clayton /'Tuesday. TBriu��-
day,    flriday    and    Sm
day        I4:i��fc
U:S0-lTynehea<S ���! Tuesday   iead
Friday I 14:01*.
7:4*���rt!iirnabyiX.aJte i dailj (except Btuutay   il6:0n
1S:00��� !l4iiiiiond3   fidaily   cx��iei(t
Sunday)  rt^cOO
18:10���Alibofsford. ��; in er Sum w,
iuHiS(|iii, lUIuntingdoitt,
���etc. . (daily.* xcept Suw-
,(tay)  jfii-00
15:15���Creacent, White Hock and
niaine idaily excel*'
Snpday)   #:4f
i5:16���HaU'er^airie, IVrn Hld^e
ainl Ha/.lenieee (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday    ��?.4r
TRAINS ON GOWNS.
A Lin^rie  Frock
For 1ffT2 Summer.
in
Don'ts for  Daughters.
Don't  fall  to take    an  Interest
I mother's alTalie.
Don't let her feel that rlo Is grow-
; ing old and of less importance than
j she used to be.
Don't hart her by scoffing at her
religious pllnciplea If they happen to
be iiii'ieient from your own.
Don't fcrget that no matter how
much yoil may do for her you ivlll
never be able to repay her for all that
she has ilone for you.
Donl neglect to talk lo her about
; our wort, yc:r s'.udies, your friends
your amusements, tl.o books y_ou
real; lemember everything that concerns you ls of intercs-: to her.
Don't fall to bring her flowers or a
I-small  present once in  a  while;   the
thought even more than the gift will
please her.
Remember that her life is. perhaps, monotonous compared to yours;
take her for outings or to places of
���-amusement as frequently as possible.
Get Out Your Old Ome
Cbantill? parasol Cover
���a��X>Tg^2~*-.
The News Expanding.
Tho Westminster   Dully    News   is
j now owned by the National Printing
and Publishing Co.. Ltd., of New
Westminster, B.C. This Is a company
composed entirely of New VVesimin-
tlter men whose desire ls to Improve
the paper and make It a publication
worlhy of the Royal City. A considerable increase to the publishing planl
ts necessary to attain Uie Improve
ments aimed at, and which will entail
an increased expenditure   of   capital
,|'Tlie company proposes   to   raise the
sum of $20,000; and already much ot
this has been subscribed in shares of
'$100 each.   The husiness men of the
rdlty are showing a keen Interest in
. I the movement to i mpnove New VV:est-
r(.rmimster's one anorning paper.   Those
who have not already subsciibed are
recommended to take an Interest in
the new organization.   Terms of payment  on  stock  will he  airanged   to
BLUE!���*stilt    you.      The Westminster    Daily
���j News will ba a   non-poli:ical   organ
TW�� vrettv frock of white voile wlth-Vantt wi" ����� vuu on independent lines.
j Mr.  James  R.  Duncan,  the secretary
rof the company, will be glad to aivc
... , ,   miller details uk to what is to be done.
Ill!" ''""    :;!lh" '"";ir :,,l,i ;:"!! ,,r'' '"'jRing bim nn on Phone$90 or869, and
pe- will ca!D mi -you. **
���OtMtatmK *ov '-wFirrn  toilk oveb
CHIKFON.
an eualn-'HifjtM-pd border Is draped over a'
wUirt *>f bine phllTon, deeply bemmedi
the liiwe uMBnn. the sash Paving knotted end�� ut'tlie. biuk.
CHANTILLY   LACE   PARASOL   IN   NEW   MOUNTING.
VEARS ago chantilly lace parasols were the fashion, and lucky the woman-
who possesses a parasol cover preserved as an nelrloom. The chantilly lace
cover seen in the illustration Is an old one mounted over a carriage parasol ln
the favorite high "cup" shape und liavin; a border of deep blue satin on a white
ground. ���
Second   Struct.   t"wn   CVVntou  Ftace Uns.-!0���CMMMWMfc.     Ml\*er.     Mt.
I!
to SixUi Avenue.
Fourth     St resit,      fw*n     Gplwmbia
Stieet lo Sixth A.ven��*e.
Tend-rs will  he  re.e.ve.d  for    the
following typos el pave^wsnt:
Asphaitic CbncuBie.
HiiuJi-.hic.
Hassam,
VitrUicd llricks.
Wood Klocks (cwnisoteiK-
Contractors   for   pavenujats   jrwe^t
also lay ��bc necessary Cojitret-e Siih-
walks, Lateral    Storm    Sewers  .ant
���pther worts contingent itlicfttlp-
Plans attil speeiflcations ian be obtained ftout J. VV. B. Bhu-kiuan. City;
Engineer,   upon   depositing  a  cbeiut
value J"").00.
The lowest or any temderrtM nscea-
earily accepted.
Tenders to be deposited by 6
o'clock, with the undersized, *n -the'
17lh of June, 191^.
\Y. A. DUNCAN
City CVerk.
City Hall, June 6, VM2.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    CHS*
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that  I, Thomas Ralpk!
Nlckson.    o'    Vancouver,   occupattoll
contractor, intend    to apply for per- j
mission   to  lease    the   following  described laudjs for 21 years.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of District Lot
1384, thenoe north to the northwest
corner of I). L. 1384, thence 40 chains
west along Ihe noith boundaries of
I). Ls. 1383 and Lis:', tbence south
along the west boundary of I). L. 1382
to tbe shore line on the Gulf of
Oeorgla at tlie Southwest corner of
D. Li 1382, tlience along shore line to
loint of commencement containing
350 acres more or "leas.
Tbe lease Is reqtwed for qwirry
purposes and to tak^ gravel therefrom.
(Stoned)-���
THOMAS RALPH NICKSON.
Per HAROLD NICKSON, Agent.
Date April 4, 1012.
1 ataman. -1 '.aergsnve. Otter Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale, Langley Praise, Mii��-i*;.-ville.
Straw)��wy iHUll.dBouth
��v eMiiHiisiei, ' Clover
Valley, t;ogblan. sardis.       Sperl"!!!       S.tHtiO".
Denntatm' Btatten," Brad-
ner, Doti����i-o^e, via; B.
C. F. R, iflsaily -except
Sunday )     9:00
lljao-a'.and.   MaJnJjft  iHIM   ula
B.   C.   E. iR.   (AJenA.y
Wednesday   tLod    -F*l*
��day       ,w^  9:00
80:40���Chilli wack Tia;ll. C. K. 11
tdally exctait Aiunda��lJ.17:3('
It: 20���Ahbotsford.    Huntingdon.
vtbl   B.   C.   K.   It.   idaily
ewept Siindayo trs :3'>
-Clo'��-rd.i!e   via   BiClBiR.
(daft'y excepl fiuniny) .17--.3c
Fraser   Arm    and     Alta
Vista    ,80tW
How itotSow Your Flower Seed.
���After the foil Is mude ready nnd
smoothed twer and made Ilrm tbe sowing is dol*-. This oiierution varies an-
curding io tihe size of the seed, 'i'lie
finest oeiaii .may lie sown broadcast,
tearing oif ai corner of lhe envelope
whloh bol<5�� lit ami letting the liny
v'lains fall (Jantly aud evenly through
tbe opening.
Another ws*' ��s to pour the contents
er tbe envelope Into the-.palm of the
left luaiil and wiili tbe thumb and two
tillers of lbe right Hike a pinch of
seid end ccaffter it. The hands, nr
cot rse. must Ik ipilte dry, otherwise I
the-seed will stir-l: to tbem.
���Av'tvr Kowins tiift n little 'line soil on
top; ind |VivMH it <lo\vin. Aiiotit.er way H
lo luals*' k.Uullow it.ws -,m*l wprlnl-.N- tlle
fce��-d>; in etttier ��n��<- ot llie.lwo ways
incnUiiiK-d. Iliwn kM* 'the H��il on top
mul press rtown
Very large seeds. ��neh ns ti>e nasturtium and morning glory. It its-easier to
plnce i..:   the Inui.-U tstiv  by  ,i:n* about
��� wo inoiies apart
ATler tiie seed is ��own nn .cjcelleur
! idea Is.tn),lay n cotton <krth onil.ie lied
.nuii wet lit.well witli a trniMilUK can
ffhe (.'loth keeps the ground m��L��t and
*be..SOll is ��int washed out at ail-l-.y tbe
qwlnkllng. iUntil Uie s^-ds Uegtn to
(UMiie.tliriuiirb all tbe waterlog Hs.iione
tltiuiigh tbe i-Jolli.
i-jiu.1 m1 w��i��:w.f >w*A>M��myMH��>��uc jiaap! -^sn-Vinnmifmumvir
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness
of
80:40-
2:0��-
JIT PILL OUT
ThcNe
A Few -Applications cf a Simple'
Remedy Will Bring Back
the Natural Color,
Second Hand Store
McDOSALD .Vi SMniL
Duy and sell new
goods of all kind*.
60 .Mclnnes Street,
md    second    hand
'Pools ospeCijiBiy.
riuttt* ion'**.
m WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
JUBt legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38  Begbie  Street.
"Pull ov.t ope pray hair iand a dozen
will take lta .|)l��ce" is an .old saying,
which fa, to a preat extent, true, if no
steps are taken to* top the can?i��. When
pray hairs appear it h a sij^jj that Nature needs assistance. It iv Nature's
call for help. Gray h ��'-, dull, JifeloiS
hair, or hair that !���; faliinp. out. is not
necessarily a rfgQ of ,-atlvancinfj u;^, for
theru are thousands *f elderly ji��oplo
with perfect heads of huir witnwit a
sinjrlo streak of *rray.
When gray hairs eonw, or when the
hair seems to bo tifelesn or dead, eonae
��wl, reliable hair-restorinj,' treatment
should be resorted to atouce. Special-
ista say that one of the <W'st preparation* to use ii tha o'Id-fashjoned "sape
tea" which our grandparents used. The
best preparation of this kind Ls Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a preparation of domestic sage anif sulphur,
BoientiUcally compoundej with later discovered hair tonics and atimulants, the
whole mixture being carefully balanced
and tested l;y experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur i.; clean and
wholesome and perfectly harmless. It
refreshes dry, parched huir, removes
dandruff and gradually restores faded
or gray hair to its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
usinff Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur at
once and see wbat a (inference a few
days' treatment will make in your hair.
This preparation i:i offered to tlie
public at flfty cents a bottle, and fa
recommended and sold by a'l druggists.
Special AgCDts, V. S. Curtis und II.
Ryall, .  ,.__ .^   l
iRemodeling.a-Picture Hat
A��r. ilUKflUUUW   IVtUtUltl.   Willi   iti.  li-iv
uentUvK need  fur roinodeliujt ber iiiic-
tilleili.it  in Illlllll. paused before a *tiU*
pla>- .��f jnipoi-ted IteadgeHI' ami.   nifrS
ivistitiut .eyvn. toiik in (be deinil uf <iue i
fuwlimlliut   black   and   triiiie   "t'ttAi* '
linn" (v.-^iicli  was ,MlUlOied  with llea*\V j
white -hMR   liibboii. itvoveu   Willi   vw^v I
nanokv   iilnuk   iVcl��al  -stripes      a m.v  I
ibitit; eiv^ii aiiproiicbiiu: tIn- ipiality *>f f;
tbal   riUutti   or giving ,lbe   IiuiiiIsoiim! ||
ellect uf it .would benutte bevoiid llu- j
mnn 11 aiuoiuMit niltluli uli? .would lie nble !
to  spend   i*  ithe  wumattlllg,   out   an 'j
Idea  euiue te .her as nbe Nloed  lliere. j
.-.ind wbeu ��Ue f>.tuniedihoi:ie sbe put it
.Mto swift e\e.-Ailioii      In .ber  bov   ot
Midi- ribbon (or ^iclles nml silnlies vviiji
aitue uf lieavv u liiie kIIU. und nnioiiv
hor stores she had  luld iiHlde several
ljil|t''hcs of the uiiiTowest  liliwk  \i-Uel
i'IIiImii. oikp used fur Uttle collar "(I in
Hlos,"  but sllll in (M-r/Vcilr y...i|  mn
���dition. needing only (o Im* fuHWfd   pile
ni>ttw�� I-across a fairly wu.i-ui ttlaiiron
Tills   velvet   ribbon   slie  siltejied   In
exact,   oven   rows   along   i-he   (hnttvj
���rliiie aillj sash ribbon selected itur Hi��
pW|HlHe, and tbe desired trlaithiw '���'
ii  r*-rv   tv|��  to dale and   iiuixt   lit��'"to
lug <liapeii<i wns hers without uiif *'\
peiidlituiv wbnlever.
and CHOCOLATE
;are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
Mills at Montrea] are now in operation and for the convenience of tho
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Caiwdian iMiUs at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
l  M
Try the Taste Test
m umi���.      sssss****s*a*M i      *Maaaaa*a*m*aa*m
On Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Faqget for a .moment that ing are all important details of
Moanejr's Sagar Wafers are the Mooney Method of biscuit
madfe in the finest sunlit sanitary   making.
far-t-fWtr in   f Vtma maaraa: iWtr C^n.^
NOW base your opinion
Co+ton For 8aatickness.
"Aproixw of lhe ii[iproiielilne kmwii
of ocotin voyaees." reiiiurked u twit
Itl'lmn phrsl-einn who tttten llhrotnl
every summer. "I a in reuiinded ot n
Tiretly pirl I met one eveiiln�� on the
deck of a liner. I noted thnt sbe ban
cotton In her ears nml took tho liberty
ot OHlclDK If her hen ring wiih uffecled.
"'No.' suid kIip. with q smile: 'I hnve
cotton in my onm bccuune 1 don't want
to get seasick.'
"That was new in me. so I asked her
where she obtained the Iden.
" Tjist season.' she explained, 'on
our way across (here were n number
of deaf mutes on board. Mot one of
(hem was seasick on the entire trip.
That i'iim- ine a thought I stuffed
my ears wiih cotton, and I did not
bnve a qualm all lhe way over. He-
firo I tried Hint experiment 1 wns
���entries every dny. I was told that
lbe stoinncb nerves and the nerves of
thu bearing nre lu sympathy.'
"And they are." said the doctor.
"That cotton butting remedy for mal
1 de mor U efficacious, 1 know, for 1
tried It." ,��� -v
Factory m thecouuiry.    Forget,
also, for a moment A hat a little
finer flour���a little icicher
butter���a little bett.ar
fruit���a little
more care in
bak-
of Mooney's Sugar Wafers
solely on   their taste.   We
are  confident   as   to
the outcome of
The
Dessert Shipped
In Private Cars
That's the way  the  delicious flavor of Mooney's Sugar
Wafers is preserved from the ovens
to your table.    It's expensive for us
���but better for the Sugar Wafers.
The cars are especially constructed, SO when traveling- from Province to
Province, the temperature is always
uniform.   We  are  the  only biscuit
goods in its own cars
The   Sugar  Wafers
keep flaky and   fresh - crisn
and whole.    Their enticing fiavr
is retained to the last crumb.
Try a package today.    10 an
cents fa dainty, dust and damn
tins.
d 25
proof
Your grocer has them.
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Co., Ltd.*
i
in MONDAY, JUN% 10, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
F-A&X SEVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the pro-
portion in which the assessment is  made on per foot frontage:
Blk.    Lot.   Sub.   Kesub.
Assessed   Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C13|    13
��� C 'B'
14
Npt
14
Spt    |
1
|
3
1
4
w%
4
E%
fi
7
E%
���     1
w%
8
9
C 30
CA*
A
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
::i
32
3S
34
35
36
37
S
7
1
���>
3
4
5
0
7
8
!)
10
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S	
Murchie, David   	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Cunningham,  James   	
Cunningham,  James   	
Lynch, Fred J	
Imperial   Underwriter* Corporation
G eorge, J. K j
Imperial   Underwriters Corporation
Giey, James 8,1 '.\	
Davison,  Sarah  .1	
Parish  of  Holy  Trinity   	
Parisli  of  Holv  Trinity   	
Parisli  of  Holy  Trinity   	
Thompson, J.  Lee   	
Philpot,   Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull,  Martha A	
Mary A	
Fi anc.os E	
Frances E	
Fiances E	
Fiances E	
Fred \V	
Wm. and Hoy Hy	
Mclnnes,
I eriing
I.enlng
Herring,
Herring,
Pad moie,
Manson,
Purvis, Jane
Illuir. J. C	
National Di ug & Chem. Co.
Fiat.  Order of  Eagles   	
G5.!)4|$
40.31!
25.641
49.40|
65.80J
49.40
37.951
37.951
75.90|
72,I10|
36,30
36.3W
49.601
49.50!
143.28J .
06.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
Oil.OOi
65.91
65.91
65.91
66.91
66.00
66.00
66.00
6(1.00
Gfi.00
66.00
Blair, J. C ;     66.00
Telford, J.  M.
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C.
Hacking W. j	
Drew, Ceo.  E	
Armstrong W. J	
Rothwell, E. J	
Eur],  Frederick   	
Hen lng  Frances   E	
Bioderick, VV. S	
Murchie, O. E	
G.   il	
68.01
Manchester
Reid.  John    j
Sinclair, D.  S	
Knowdell, C L !
Trapp, Nellie    !
W'Vfe Trapp, Nellie   !
BH    |      Hart, F. J !
13 EVi    |       llm-'*, F. J. &. Co i
WMj Moresby, Mary A i
14 Trapp.   T. J !
15 Wise, Catherine F |
16 Wise, Catherine F j
17 ���  Wise, Catherine F j
18 Cunningham James    ���
19 Lavery,  A.   L	
20 Y. M. C. A |
21 Armstrong,  T.  J I
Lane, R. & VV j
Tinperarv Middle pt  H City of New Westminster j 1641.87]
S5 i    12          1              Trustees Queen's Ave. Metp. Chutch.;     C4.00|
Dominion Trust Co j     52.00J
65.93
06.95
6593
65.94
ati.-iti
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00;
66.001
66 Ool
66.001
66.00>
33.01!
33.01;
33.03!
33.03]
66.00
66.00
06.00
66.00J
66.00;
66.00
66.00
fifi.00
66.00
12
60
1
11
5
fi
II
59    !
1&2
3
4
5
0
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
lfi
17
18
19
20
21
22
'23&24|
l
Npt
Spt
N V,
SH
EH
WH
wh
EH
���SH
NH
SH
NH
50.00]
50.00!
50.001
55.00)
55.00!
55.00
132.00;
66.00)
66.00)
66.00!
66.00J
66.00
aff.ooi
66.00
6G.00I
26.001
5
26A27 I
28&10 ft. of 29
29   balance
30
31
32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
!    *2
43&44J
Sti IS,9,35&c|19 EH|
21      I
2 B%
2 NHI
:
4.:.3G
balance I
25
26
27
28
9&.30
31
:i2
83
34
SR
36
SO   8.9,3n&cl3fi    Spt
|37   WH;
I       KH!
I     38     i
39
44
S7        6 1      11
1
c|
2       I
'l0
NptWV-
Heay.  Maud
Walker, Elinor J	
Welsh, Mary  M	
Chamberlin, \V. C	
Gillis. John   	
Green, T. B. & Mary Scane	
Trustee^  Central   Meth.  Church
Food.   Mary  G	
Major C. G	
Dockrill, G. O. M. Estate	
Major, C, G	
Peck, John	
MacNab,  John   	
A%ar,  Ad  T	
Dawe,  Samuel   	
l.oat, C. J	
Gauvreau, Jesse Marlon  |    40.0()i
Burr, Margaret A !     G6.00J
P.'thet, ft.  P I     68.0��
Wintemute 'Mary J I     68.06
Osborne.  Charles    !     0��.00i
Johns, John    !     06.0(!
Brine. A. J I     33.001
Wilkie, Walter G. E. H I     33.00|
Innes, William  ;     66.00J
Sinclair, A. J !	
Sinclair, A.J I    cnooj
Shlnobu, C I     33.00
Pane, J, J I 33-Ooj
Rogers, Bessie   ! 66rt0|
Schmere B. A. B I W-OOj
Fonester. W. W I 132.001
MoPherson. J. VV I 66.00|
Dutch, Alexander    I 132.00
Smith. Jaa. Carter    | 76.00
Smith. Annie E j 5G-00
Robson, CatTie M I 66.00
pobson. Chas. J ; ��� ���! 6fl-n0
Gi'.ley, VV. R ' C6.00
Watson,  Mar/    I 6fi-00
Watson,  Mnrv    ! "I"0
McDonnell, Mary A I Sfi-00
Smyth, Patrick    I M-On
Pobson.  Harold, C I ?���''��� .001
Jac'-son.   Fredk I 68.601
} nderson. Jas I 66.(i0|
Hu-'son, Isaa"    j *�����
Hudson Alvan &��� Baibara  I 69.45|
Smith   J. C. & Buckland R ' 13*001
Trusses Queen's Ave. Meth. Church. I 2950|
Matheson.  Malcolm    I 69.42;
Mat.hcann,  Mnlro'm    '
Baker, Melville II |
Baker, Melville H,
Smith, Wilbur H,
Hanna,   Wll'lam   .
Weelands, Ellen J
4.51
2.75
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.60
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
3.48
3.39
3.39
9.60
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
���1.51
4..51
4.51
4 Sl
4 .il
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.2;-,
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.38
3.55
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.7fi
3.76
9.02
4.51
4.51
4.51 ,
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
1.78
2.73
4.51
451
4.51
4.51
4.51
2 25
2.25
4.51
Blk.    Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
810 1
I  '"
jS.Wpt
! 1
11.2
13
|24
jNpt
i
3
4
51
6
12|
131
141
S13i    10
S13-    10
14
I   <
I ��      '
I ,J
10
I11
u
I12&13
1I&15    1
16
1
I
4
5
8 i
9&10    '
11&12    I
113&M    I
[15&16
|17&18 D
128
129
|30
31
|32
|33
134
11,2.3
14,5,6
1
Pearson, T. R	
Pearson, T. R	
Mere llth, Elizabeth  ...
Walker,   Mary    :.
Malcolm, VV. J	
Averlll, J. A	
Archibald, E. G	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Bnuglicn, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Miller, II. D	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  Lizzie   	
Lane,  Wm	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis An:''hur  	
Johnson, Mary  	
McPherson D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope. Ei  	
R.
I
Knott, Emma  ..
Jumc3, TI103. 11.
Pope, John   	
Burnett, D. D	
Croll, J. A	
Croll, Annie G	
Gieer. Mary   	
Heard. Tbornington  ..
Koit-.n,  William   	
roughen,   Isabella   ...
Pore. E	
Api lcton. G. M	
Pope,   John    	
Pope  E	
Armstrong;, Andrew  ..
Russell,   H.   W	
Collins,  George   	
Fonester, W. W	
Fonester, Isabel'a  B.
Montgomery, J.  B.  ...
ruontgomery. J.  B.
Wilton, lOmeline  	
Wilson,  Ralph   	
Wilson, Julia Ann   ...
Wilson, Julia Ann   ...
59.40
59.40
307.4O|
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
38.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
33.001
33.00
33.00
51.33
51.33
51.33
51.33
51.33[
51.331
102.66J
102.69)
51.3G|
66.00
66.0(1]
66.00;
66.00'
66.00
(16.00!
132X0!
182.00
132.00]
132.00]
42.001
60.00]
60.00]
60.00;
60.00!
60.00]
60.00!
60.00]
148.501
148.50'
49.501
49.50]
49.501
49.50|
49.50]
49.50
4.06
4.06
21.03
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.60
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.25
2.25
2.25
3.51
3.51
3.'51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
14,479.00i?990.29
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the schedule mentioned above the sums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from suc'i intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
I least eight days prior ta such Court of Revision.
W. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
j     City  Hall, June 4th, HI2.
Date of fim publlca-ion June (ith, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Cc'r.cduls showing the leal pvoterty immediately benefited aud the proportion  In  wbich  the  assessment  ls made on per toot frontage.
Blk.    Lot.    Hub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt,
S  6(7, 39 &
���10
29.71|
29.71|
59.33
59.001
69.421
59.42|
Amanda    '     B!��.41|
Po isseau,
Held, Alice iM	
Qregg, Laura F	
Caasaly, Jane R	
Fletz-her, R. J	
Jar.llno, J. B. &   Adelaide
Kerr. Gertrude *	
A rmstrdhg, R. B	
Hnll. Janet   	
Armstrong, Adeline 	
Hall, Janet  	
TTi'dron, W. L
118.83]
69.42)
69.25
69JW
69.33
59.42
49.42
10.00
34.621
34.63J
Curtis. Clara  '. I    tyST-l
69.25|
36.851
60.001
50.00|
50.001
50.00
-P0.no)
71.151
46.6(1
56.00
73.34
7   1
EH
2J
!
r.
G
26
1
2
15
16
17
IS
27
1
I
n
3
4
5
G *��'������ Allen P	
MoGUl, 0. & Craig T. ...
Turtle.   Elizabeth	
Morrison Francos E.  ���. ��� ���
Levy. L. R	
PellQtier,  II.  L	
jonkln, Lena   	
Peers.  Margaret   	
McCHI, Q. and Crile, T. .
Matheson A. & Jacobson
Walker, M.  E	
Johnston, J.  B I     66.00
U   C. Arcbblsbo'i o' Vancouver |     49.50
��� ���I
II.
It 0. Arclibisho-) of Vancouver.
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
Jardine,  "tobt	
Jardine,   llobt	
Knliht,    F	
Cl; lift on, W.  A	
1'ullrtlgo, Thoi	
PiitRiiie, Thos	
Creelmnn, I. M	
Dunn. C. C	
Jardine, J, B	
^'vninn   F	
Wyman M	
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50J
Cfi.OOl
68.72|
, 1
59.10]
59.40
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
9.02
4.51
9.02
6.20
3.82
4.51
4 *1
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4 51
4.51
4.51
451
0.45
4.06
9.02
2.02
4.06
2 03
2.03
4. Ofi
4.03
4.0S
4.06
4.06
8.12
4.06
4.74
4.74
4.06
4.0C
8.38
0.68
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.52
.3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
3.18
3.82
5.02
4.51
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3:39
3.39
3.39
3.39
4.61
' 4.02
4 (,::
4.06
4.CG
3
4
5
���i
7
-8
9
10
11
12
13
26
Hudson, Isaac  	
Hudson. Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Daniel   	
Maloney, Louise, Maul Mary .
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette
Shiles, Jennie L	
Loree, James C	
Loree, James C	
Brown.  Evelyn T	
McPhail, George 	
Oir. William H. and John E. ..
Oir. William H. and John E. ..
Hatherley, Thos.  R	
50.00|
50.00J
50.00
50.00
50.00|
50.00|
50.001
50.00
50.00
50.00|
50.001
50.00
60.00
50.00
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
27
Eastman's
Reserve..
8,9,35, ]
etc. I 40
41
Eastman, Henry A |     97.00      6.18
310
42
43
45
46
47
I 48
5 Wpt. pt. 66x132
I 99x132
198x165
6    I    7
i    8
6    19
' NE  pt.
27 8
0
28
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
fi
1
NH
810;
| 4
j 5
i 17
I IS
19
I 20
I 21
22
I 23
I 24
|8 E rt.
I N  pt.  9
10
11
Streight, Harvey M	
Hart, F. J., & Co.. Ltd	
Toivnsend, William E.  	
.Ia: dine, John B	
Majo.-, Ileniy C	
Doug herty, James H 	
Hendry, Robert R 	
1 endrv, Robert R	
Brown, Katie E	
Tether, Constance   .'	
Cunningham. J. W	
McPherson, Isabella Wilson ..   .
iMcClil & Craig 	
McGill. Q. and Craig, Thos. S...
Johnson, J. A	
Vnlfrnden, George   	
Jardine, J. B ,	
Dunn,  C.  Celvanla   	
Mttrchle, E. D. and Jemmlna M.
Mountain. Harriot Lucinda	
Hill, Jane H. G. Eatate	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Edmond-3, H. L	
Edmonds. H. L '	
Rennle, Ellen J	
Dingle, Florence E	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M	
Hill. Arthur E. B	
Baher, Walter Jatnes 	
Chappell,' J. G	
A fttle, James VV	
Sinn son. Gtiy   	
Brown, Carrie A	
McMillan, E. R	
McPhail, George ...'....;	
McPhail. George 	
Merridith, Elizabeth M	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J '..
Boughen, E. J '.
69.25
69.42
59.42
59.33
69.25|
59.42|
59.42|
69.42|
66.00|
99.00|
198
47.00
73.66
56.00
73.34
69.40
58.72
68.72
66.00
59.40
59.40
69.40
69.40
92.40
92.40
49,50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50.
51.331
61.33|
51.331
51.33|
51.33|
51.331
61.331
61.33)
307.401
33.001
33.00)
33.001
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A certlflcate of indefeasible Thle to
the above property will be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless In the meantime a valid    objection    thereto    be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, N'ew Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912.
The person or persons having ln
tlieir custody or possession the follow-
lng Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. Sth July, 1904, from
the British Columhla Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65. Group Two
(2), New Westminster Distiict.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors lor Applicant.
f
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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.
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.78
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.79
4.20
6.30
12.60
2.99
4.69
3.56
4.67
3.78
3.74
3.74
4.20
3.78
3.78
3.78
3.78
6.8S
6.88
315
8.16
3.15
3.15
8.16
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
19.12
2.10
2.10
2.10
3634.71|$231.07
Or H. W.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminste!
Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
it*   THE     SUPREME     COURT   OP
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Between Leeson, Diekle, Gross &
Company, Limited. Plaintiffs, and J
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To tbe above named defendant. J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE ibat a Writ of Sum-
mons dated the 3rd day e>r April, 1912,
has been issued against you in the
above Court by Leeson, iiickie. Gross
& Company, Limited for $1556.09, be.
ing a balance due by you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for in-
tetesf.
The followlne are the   particulars:
1911, Nov. 30. Goods sold and
delivered   as   per   account
rendered         $1520.61
Interest          35.48
Balance    overdue    and    payable      . ..." $1550.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was issued herein under the Attachment or
Debts Act cn the said 3id day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company,  Limited  as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Court has, by order,s dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
tind 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 or the District Reg-
i8trar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that In default
of your bo 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 District Registrar.
Fraaer and   Blakney,   Plaintiff's   so,,,
licitors.
VANCOU VER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a, m., 2 p. m. and 11:43.
Leaves Vancouver ,for Seattle 10
a.  in. and  11  p.  m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. 111.
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.
CiiilJiwack SerWce
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday   and  Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
1 ED. GOULET,
Atsent, New Westmlnater.
H. VV. BRODIE,
O. P   A..  Vancouver
Th��
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 Pacmc,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay,
on all the principal towns and
citiea in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banklne facility.
New Westminster Branch,.
Lawford  Richardson,  Mjr.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspool*. Septic Tank*. Etc
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria  Street.
1 Over  Dally Newa.)
���Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)    .. .$1!vM3,000,00
RESERVE    *1SflOO,000)Oft
Branches throughout Canada md
j Newfoundland, and In Loadou, England, New York, Cb'tago and Spokane.
O.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklng business transacted. Lat.
ters of Credit Iaaued. available with
correspondents In all parte of tha
world.
Savlnga Bank D*r*rtmeat���Depoalte
received In sums of 91 and upward,
and Interest allow* 1 at S per eent. par
uinum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over $186,000,000.00
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manaker.
* ��� ' ij 1 1 1
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured fay
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
tlaohon*  R  11S   OfNr.a:   Prlncass S<
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters,. Paperhangers
and Decorators
Eatlmatea Given.
%\\ Sixth  Avenue.
MEW WESTMINSTER
M7
Notice la hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the piopertles in the schedule above mentioned the sums of money aet
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial
of complaints and appeals.against the assessment so ] reposed to he made
wlll be held on Wednesday, the 2Gth day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Councll Chamber in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment rauat be served upon the Clerk of the 'Municipal Council at least
eight daya prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 4th June, 1912.
Date of flrat publication, 6th June) 1912.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
S a.m. ahould
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only in thla way
may an efficient delivery be maintained, 11
Ihe Ccittjfluoes
(iiflwtk of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
-THAT THE SERVICE -IT
'cNOBRS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS  RELATIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 65 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AMD SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
���_ i.:
CAPITAL 84,600,003
REST , $5,600,000
NEW  WESTMINSTER,    B   C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER. MWffl EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
��� .
MONDAY, .JUNE 10, 1912.
TENTS, CAMP
STOVES
at$yOvf.OO,S5.50,$7.0fl
ond fll.00
Cooking
Utensils
of all kinds
Antero & Lusby
B.&.M.  FISH
Point G:��JP Herring 4 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Sme^f j.er ib 10c
Fresh Sofes. ter Ib 106
Red eprltfg'Safmoii ....2 lbs. for 25c
Live Cod, per lo 1*0
Fresh Halibut  2 lbs. for 25c
537 Fronl$t.  -   Phone 301
City News
������' ' ..        i   ������
Mr. Turner, assistant engineer of
tbe department of publi? wpiks here,
went down stream on Friday.' He will
take charge of a topographical survey party at the harbor mouth.
See the typewriter display at Lee's
Ltd. You are sure to find whnt will
suit you. Prices are reasonable.    *,���
A former Columbian Colln-e stu
dent, Mr. G. Dean Maxwell, hai received notification that he hns passed in the first year sci;me course in
Toronto University at. whiah .be. is
studying.
The pulpit   of   the   Sixth   Avenue
j Methodist Church was occupied yesterday by Rev. Norman Wolfendale. The
, new pastocv Rev.  W. A.  C. Crux,    is
| understood tp be on his way here from | Member of the  Incorporate
the Kast.  M j 0f .Musicians  (Kngland).
_-'i ;''-h. ,��� .   .    u     ,     i   (Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Dr. .1. A, J. Mc-Kcnn.-i, of the Dominion Indian department, i aid a    short ������,       . - _. , ...   ..
visit to Westminster on Saturday for | I eacher Or rianororte, Violin,
the purpose Of devising some method
! of adjustuiiient for tha matters'no.v In
I dispute between the two governments]
I coucennln.*; the    Iiiilinn    reserves   at
j Westminster,    Kitsilano   and    North
I Vancouver. Tbe confeience in thro regard will take place at Victoria during the coming week.
Miss Ca've-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. It. (". M.
Snr-ietv
! Singing,   Theory,   Harmony,
Counterpoint
Form.
and    Musical
DOES VOUR PERSONAL RESPONSI $II$S>?TO YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO"'PROTECT YOUR FAM-
ILY AGAiti^V' ANY FRET OVER
FINANCE^AflfTER YOUR DEATH ?
YOU CAN DO THAT BY TAKING
OUT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY.
LET    US  -i^ALK   IT    OVER   WITH
Vou.
t
Alfred W. McLeod
INSVRAIHGLm
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. Naw   Westminster.
Mr. William Anderson, secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., who has, been absent
some time in Winnipeg attending the
Canadian convention jield by the association at that place,'returned to the
city on  Saturday.
The ever threatening and,sspmingly
omniprescent flre demon is keeping
the blue coated humun lire-extinguish-
eis busy these days. Saturday's lire
at the B. C. Electric car shopswus the
ilfteenth call within a month,
Reward of $100 will be given to anyone who can make better doors tuan
the Walsh Sash & Door Co.        **
The rush Is on. Mall orders now received for "The Spring Maid," playing
at the -Westminster opera house Monday, June 17. Address your letters
Hany Tidy, 7o!l Columbia street. Patronize home industries. ..**
The D and l's and the D and D's
being conspicuous  by their absence, j
and no other ofl'endeis against tne la.�� I
having been captured by iae watchful
guardians of tne peace, there wag no
sitting of the police couit on Saturday
lf you do not buy your sash and
doors at the Walsh Sash- & Door
Co. we uotb lose monej-.
At the home of Mrs. T. J. Tr.ipp on
Friday evening a privileged few bad
the pleasure of listening to a privats
recital given by tlle embryo pianistes
of Miss Villa Hall's   class,   and   the
You would do well to call and see i talented young violinists    who   have
the new styles of Mission .furniture | been i'nder the tuition of Miss Plot-
at the Walsh Sash & Door Co,    **    I ^e Bo,,ld f���or,!he past few m?n,ths-
1 The work of   the   young    musicians
gave ample evidence of the careful
training showing a certain individuality of expression underlying a sound
basis of technique which to say the
least was flattering to their instructresses. The accompanist, Miss E'ea-
nor Postlll, played with remarkable
versatility.
Miss A. M. Fraser an:l  Mr. A. M.
Insley. both members of the staff of i
II. More/ & Co., Soutli Westminster,
were united in marriage at St. Helen's I
cburcb on Tuesday last by the Rev. C. j
J. Leonard.    Quite happily for all   it j
was the first wedding ever held   be-:
neath the roof of St. Helen's, and in |
honor of the occasion the church bells
both welcomed the biidal patty, and i
sped the united couple on their way.
Mr, A. L. Ballard, and Miss Margaret
Turnbull   acte.l  as  groomsman    and |
htidesmaid     respectively.     Mr.     H.
I Hore-, uncle of the groom, officiated
at the organ.
Tlie funeral of tbe late Mr. Russell
f lint son of this city took place irom
St. Paul's ch'jrch, Nanaimo, on Saturday, the Rev. Cannon White officiat-
iii". Tbe deceased was a native of
Belleville. Ontario, and had been a
resident of New Westminster for the
past 17 years. He was the only son
of Mr. J. H. Simpson, of Naniimo, and
was well known. Mr. Sinn son's
death is regretted by a host (if frion Is
in Nanaimo and Ladysmith, being
prominent I v connected with rusrb- and
soc rer football teams, and being for
several years a member of the "Hornets."
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply    51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING   OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
must reduce it. As ^n
inducement we have cut
the prices
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. T$ie stock is new
and well&ssorted.
,. *- ���
The Spring Maid, wliich lias had a
phenomenal Buccess all over the continent, will be shown here a weel;
froni tonight. Stacks oi mail orders
liave already at rive 1 ut. Miv .Tidy's,
and the regular seat sale will open at
bis stoie on Wednesdaj moiniug.
Gossip along the waterfront has it
that tlie government dredge Fruhling
which is Shortly to undergo her annual ie,jair process, wlll alto lmve a
complete set of oil burning furnaces
installed similar to these uow in use
ln tome of tlie C. P. li. line.s.
I-'ound at thc Walsh Sash <�� Door
Co.. on Fourteenth stieet, everything
in the line of sa.h and doois.t    "-
Dr. Untherly icccived painful in-
' juiiss ; eater day noon wblle riding a
borte 0:1 i olumbia street, in Eome
marnor the anim.'i! fell, comics do.vn
on vhe doctors nnlile. lt la . not
Unown \vUetl\��r tl\e bona la smashed
or not.
Five citizens whose inebriated condition betokened bibulations innumerable in celebration .of Westminster's
gieat lacrosse victory were gatherijl
in by the net of the police on Saturday afternoon and evening, They will
appear befoie tbe coun this morning
to answer to the charge of D. and 1.
Using  Dynamite.
rush fires which have been raging
to!  se'-eral  wrel-s in the vicinity    of
f'o.iuitlam lake, causing considerable
damage to st-inding timber, aie now
practically  under control by the sev-
e.al gang's of volunteer flre fighters
v lio have been enlisrel to bloc'; their
devastating rath.   At the present time
only one fire is causing the watchers
any uncasine-s end  it  is  burning; at
tbe bead or'the lake where the lliici;
underbr'j'elj    inal es   elective    work
rrac.'lcally'impossible.   Gangs of men
enlisted  from 'the erarloyees of    the
Vancouver   Power   company   and   the
Ko. 1 Ia'-;e dhnrlni: pane are confident
of   oTUOBulsMhij  thl-i   tire   within   the
naxl t��w fl^yjs.    bavins:    resortel    to
i t'yiifctmiw tti'clearing  n  sra'.-e  In   the
j forest where the flunes may proceed
I uo further.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
havenl't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES, RUBBER BRUSHES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POWDERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table.
li. RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Phone 57. -New Westminster.
SMASHING  RECORDS.
Har-
Mr. A. Kothel  was elected by    the'
cigarmakets at their    regular    union
meeting last week   to be a delegatei
to the   international    convention    of   while they confide- thel
cigarmakera to be bold at Baltimore, i <i,v one., of the so indest
Visitors  Pleased.
Having   come   to   Westminster    in
cr.nrction      with     veste I     interests
whi"h tlco ha-e ln Port Meno./Mr. T
B. Hooner and Mr. C. F. Miller, both
of Regina, are staying at  the  Hotel
Russell.   These magnates of the middle west are very optimistic concern-
int   the  future  of  Westminster,  and
hfir own  home
in Canada,
Md..  on  September  IT.    Pat  Fesney,
| it is their belief that with   the   c>tn-
the well known  lacrosse player,  was ! lnS <?f ,he Panama canal an 1 t'-e har
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
"J?"
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:   Ret   72.
New ..Westmlnater.    8   C.
iXnscsM
Toilet Preparations
Face Crqims, Cold Creams,
After Shave, Florida Waters,
Face Powdpre, Colognes and
all toilet" /equlslies.
SEELY'S INVISIBLE
COLD CREAM
T. A. Muir & Co.
Prescription Druggists.
Four doors east of (he Bank
of Monti eai.
New Westminster. V.C.
elected us the alternate delegate.
How about your gr.r.len ? Ring up
phone Ij 1S4 anil set Tidy, the tlorist,
to ijuote you prices on the best stock
that is gronn in the country. They
make a specialty of banging baskets
and window boxes. .   *��
Some sign writer In tbc oid country
bas a poor conception ef what part
the Royal City plays on the lower
peninsula of this province, A recent
an hai of switches to tbe local electric company beois trig written Hius:
'Britisli Columbia Electric company,
Columbia and Begbie streets, near
Westminster, Vancouver, lit-." There
is still room for empire geogranliy in
the schools.
Oicr in Co'jultlam ;lans are being
made for a reception to le extended
to Mr. F. I). Moun. minister of piii'lc
works for the Dominion, who expects
tn make a tour of Biitish Columbia in
the near future. At this rcceiUon it
is Intend! d to put the plans for Co-
qultlam'i harbor Improvements hefo-e
the minister and his <liH!iiigulshe.l fellow travelers whom it ls understood
will also be members of the cabinet.
Have you seen tbo new fronl door
Just out at the Walsh Sash & Door
Co. ? ������
The remains of the late Jlr. Lawrence Reid were laid to rest tin Sattir-
ilay morning In the Catholic cemetery,
the Rev. Father O'Boyle officiating at
the service which was held in the
church. The many flnr-il tokens sent
by friends antl iclatives betokened
respeot and lo>c for the memory of
Mi" decease.!. Mostrs, i. h. lium-
phicys, T. Sweeny, T. Turner, fl. Kt-
Huge-, a. I,. Lavery a:;<l K. Bines
weie the j all bcniers.
With the anlval of   ievera.1   shipments or large salmon at the wharves
or brought Into cold   storage   during
the week, local plscntoral experts ate
once more beginning to rilg up   their
time worn  yarns of former exploit*.
On    Friday    two   ateelhend    salmon
weighing -17 rounds weie brought In,
wblle on    Saturday   another   courle
whicli tipped the scales at OC pcun Is
wore lande I.    Rumor hns It thai    u
I Japanese fisherman rnnglil on" yes'cr-
day whlrh wc.'jhcj v.o'.l ovi: t.":n three
Bco:e mark.
bor impiovements along th? coast to
meet the increased commerce which
must necessarily follow, Westminster
will come to its oan.
American Athletes  D" Well   in
va-"d Stadium.
Cambridge, Mass., June B.���The American team to the cixth Olympiad of
modern times at Stockholm, wlll be
materially stronger/by the eighteen
eastern athletes, who weie winners
today in the Harvard Sta Hum, where
three world's records were established In the 1500 and 10.000 metre runs
and the pole vault, the 100 metre
dash was equalled and the winners of
the 800 metre and several of the fit 11
events seemsd capable of more extended efforts.
The first record to fall was in thfl
1500-metre run, which A. R, Kiviat of
the Ii ish Athletic Club won In three
minutes, 55 4-5 seconds, missing the
world's record by only one-fifth of a
second.
One hour later Kerns, Cornell's two-
miler. came within two seconds of the
record in the five thousand metre
run.
J. Kramer of the Long Island Athletic Club, in the 10,000-mette run,
cut the worl .l's iccord to 31 minutes,
43 3-5 secenc's.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Buinaby acreage Is getting scarce and like most good
things ls ln pretty stiong demand. It won't be long berore 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 ulmost any price he may care to ask.
Eivc Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby Lake tram line, |8 nbout the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake property is selling at from $8000 per acre and up, We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
Bt���bob����� tt������a���Mi ^wpaaa���b���������
In City LimSfrs
Four an;l a half acres, all cleared, undetwlrMned and planted In
potatoes and email fruit; new six roomed house: large b:irn, chicken
houses and olher buildings. City water in house and barn. This is
below market value.   See us at once.
-r~rr
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEB,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.      Vice-President Sec. aid -Treat.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  and  Wholes*!* Dealers In
Tir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na   * and 877.   Shlnglei,  8asn.  Door*.   Mouldings  Etc.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every IB minutes thereafter
until 'j p.m., with half hourly service
until ll p.m., laat car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���a; 6. T, 7:30. 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45, (i:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
Fiist car at S a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fist car at 8 a.m., leguiar
service thereafter.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are offered
over the Fiaser Valley line
for week end trlp.3 covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are c-n sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS   BNJOVABLS
TKIP.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For  Cliilliwack and  yay  points at
11:30  a.m..  1:20  and  (!:10  p.m.    For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
W. R. GILLEY, Phons 122.
Q. E. GILLEY, Phone 28V
Phonea, Office 15 and 11.
ros. Ltd
01
COLUMBIA   STREET  WE8T.
Wholesale end Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK AHO
FIRE  BRICK.
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, for It la ths stuff that ths foundations of wealth and happlnesa ars built of.
Money may De uaed ln two wsya; to apend for wbat Is
needed now aud to Invest for what aball be needed In ths future    Money cannot be Invented until It la flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital. 92,000.000.     Columbia, corner Eighth itreet.
A. L. UEWAR, General Manager D. H. DONLEY, Local Mansger.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5o50
.
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THC
JEWELER
Fa J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1801.
We wrlto Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Trailing
Compnny an:! will continue the husiness with a larger antl more
complete stock of lumber.   A trial solicited.
BRIT1SHMCANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills nt Yancouver, New Westminster nnd  Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
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