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VOL Vv  DUMBER 72
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 30, ml
MILLS yE LINE
OPEN NEXT WEEK
VARYING SENTENCES
EOR I. W. W. CASES
CUBA BIPECTS
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Official Statement Made by
Manager After Inspecting Track.
After tho Jury returned a verdict
of guilty in the I. W. W. case* beiore
Begin Double Tracking from Vancou- j the  CWJrt  yesterday  Solicitor  Farris
that consideration  be taken
Three    More    Men    Up for Unlawful
Assembly���Evidence Against
Strikers.
GUERILLA WAR
ver to  Eburne���Railway  Commission Gives Assent.
Definite announcement was made
yesterday by Manager Purvis, of tbe
B. C. E. R., that the Millside extension
will be in operation the first week in
June. Mr. Purvis made an mspectiou
of the new line yesterday, and except
lor a lew necessary minor improvements, everything was found to be In
shape tor the opening. An hourly
service will be opeiated at tlrst, cars
leaving the depot on the half hour and
from Millside on the hour. While the
district tappe;! by the new tine is
growing rapidly, It Is thought that a
more, fiequent service at the outset
would not be protltaoie, although it
will be increased just as soon as
traffic demands lt.
When asked about the Queensborough line. Mr. Purvis stated tha'
be was not prepared to make any
statement as yet just when the cars
would be running as considerable ballasting still has to be done beiore
passenger taffie can be handled.
Eburne Double Track.
Wcrl; was starred yeeterdav double
tracking the B. C. E. R. between
Kburne and Vancouver. All the grad-
lni: has been completed some lime
ago. hut the consent of the railway
eoornnr.ssion had to be ootmned to
lay two tracks over public roads in
the uistrlct tnrough which the line
runs. '1 his has oeen granted anu
steel laying commenced in earnest
yesterday.
From what can bo learned, the
growth m population in the aisttict
Irom Vancouver to Ebirnp has bf?n
so t.ri---i that practically t* city service v i:l be operated on the completion Of the double tracking. Traffic
between churne ftnd this city |g not
heavy enough gs >et to warrant tbe
r'ofmnn laving t >vo" tracks and it is
(foubttui whether anything win oe
done in this connection this year at
least.
CLEANING OUT OE
YUKON OEEICIALS
Conservatives Pursuing Dras'.ic Pollcy
���Many Given  Marching Order
for June 1<
Dawson, Msy 29*���Notices were
served on eleven of the federal employees here today that their services
will be dis: ensed with on June 1.
This Is part of the wholesale cleaning
out which the Conservatives ate pursuing ln the Vu'ion. Several others
have been release! previously and
(tulte a number .more are said to be
slated.
Those retting notice today were:
P. X. Go-'felln, gold commissioner anl
land and timber agertt, to be succeeded by tieorge P. MacKenzie. who Is
promoted from the gold office recotd-
erihlp; Napoleon La Llberte, registrar, to bo succeeded by Albert E.
Lamb: Victor Grant, to be succeeded
by Frank Brock: T. I). MacFarlane
mining inspector, successor John
Fraser; Thomas Hinton, Recorder
Mayo, successor Thomas Heney; M.
A. Flset, Mining He-order Olacler.
successor William Schofleld: James
A. MacKinnon to succeed to the position vacated by MacKenzie. promoted
to be gold commissioner. Others dismissed whose suotesso'S are not
named, ure: L. 0, Bennett, correspondence clerb: Wm. Sangster, messenger; Charles Svlves'.re, timber Inspector; .Mlss Jean Clark, stenographer.
MOVING PICTURE COMPANY
VVILL PHOTOGRAPH CITV
Mr. J. Howard A. Chapmnn. of tbc
Urbania company, of Lonuon, England, and who Is official moving picture operator of the Canadian National Highway association, wiil arrive
in the city this morning for the purpose of tailing views of tho city snd
neighborhood. The flatteries depart-
ment has provided the steamer I'eo-
gia and on this ho will go up the river
to the Erase- mills. He will make
the return journey overland rec*ot .'Ing
ptct.urea of the streets from an automobile provided by Mr. AV. J. Kerr.
Mr. G. Leash will be on hand also
1 with his olrault camera, and expects
to secure some excellent, views of the I
eltiy and Its extensive walot front from
the river,
Today at 12 noon lt is for the good
of the city that as many peoj le us
possible should congregate upon Columbia street, for at that ilmo moving pictures Will be tnkoii of the
spacious thoroughfare with its unsurpassed setting by an English operator,
who is repiescntlng u roinp.'iiiv which
shows these pictures all over tlie
British emplio. One thousnnd feet of
film will he used and as the operation
usually costs aome $750, it will be
seen that a free gift like this to tbe
city Is something worth the having.
pleaded
of 'the fact that the men had already
been in jail for some time and that
their offence was only a trivial matter. His lordship, however, declared
that he did not consider It to be a
trivial mauer, and that he thougnt
the statute was inadequate, an:l in
sentencing them, be said that he diu
hot Intend that they should all come
out at tho same time. Mendlcio was
fciven three months, the maximum;
Mol:on two monttis and 28 days,
Julian two months and tt flays, Hurley two months and 2C days, Saibeny
two months end lfi days, Menlchi two
months and 24 days, Olson two
months and 20 days, and Rosi two
month3 and 18 days. The lawyer for
the defence also objected to some ot
the testimony, bu;, was overruled.
The above cases disposed of, a beginning was made on three mo.e
similar cares. Elward Collins, William McCarthy and Charles Nelson
were charged with unlawful assembly.
Attorney Farris, who appeared for
tho men. asked lor an anjournment
until tomorrow, but this was not
gi anted.
Mr. McQuarrie outlined the case 'o
the jury. He eaid Collins was 'be
orator of the organization ajt yaie,
.VcCarthy wa3 one of the committeemen and Nelson was the secietary.
Evidence showed tliat the three men
were moving spirit;, and leaders In
the troubles that had recently taken
plac? on tho C. N. II. tight of way.
On April 13 the a'lege 1 unlawful as-
Etinhty too'i place. Mr. McQuarrie
al*0 rend tlie law describing au unlawful assembly.
The lirst witness was W. K. Gulre.
tbo division engineer of construction
from Yale to North Bend. He told of
the as��embl" that hail taken place on
April 13, and how he e.'iw Collins ad-:
dressing about 250 men. lie stool
Ibe e for nbout Ove minutes und he-.u-il'l
the man talking about the pollce. Coi-
Uns said tbat they were going to put
the men oa' anl that tl.ey nad got to
settle with the poltoe, and that beiore
they, the police, hotheied with them
tl-ey bad better piovide lor un undei-
;aker.
The witness also tch! of the rond:-
"ens up there: how tint the strike
had heen called on March L'S. but that
some of tiie men hnd gene back to
wor'; u[on being promised police protection It was lo get these men out
that the demonstrations followed.
Ther? wee several, police at tbe
meeting looking on, but there was no
llst.it banee that day. WJisn the police
were mentioned the men turneJ and
loobed ut them.
The next witness was Vt. A. Foster,
who said he was a clerk at Yale for
the C. P. R. He said he had seen
Collins at Ya'e since the strike started. He heard Collins say that "they
had got to take, the matter In hand
with the bulls' because lt would come
to that eooner or later."
l!*s lordship put the question: "Dil
It excite nny fear In you ?" and the
witness Aid he thought tbere would
he "something doing." He explained
''e meant a conflict between the men
and Ihe I. W. W. The witness eald
he l'new Nelson and that he was the
secretary.
"Did joti hear him m'!'e a speech
on 'Law and Order ? Yes."
"And you remember saying '.bat
that speech was the best you ever
hear! on the stib'ect?"    "Yes."
"Then If be made that sreech don't
vnu think lt was the natural thing for
'him lo do to tell the. men to behave
so that the rollre would have nothlnc
to do ?"   "Yes, but It was net done."
Government Mobilizes Soldiers to Crush Negro Uprising.
No Hope of Pitched Battle���Criminal
Element Takes Advantage 0f
Conditions.
Washington, May 29.���Desultory
and destructive guerrilla warfare Is
expected to follow the mobilization of
Cuban government troops in Guan-
lananamo, where the negro revolt is
strongest, according to meager advices today.
American consular officers expressed the opinion that the rebels, to
avoid a pitched battle, would force an
exten ed campaign before the government tioops could accomplish results
Today's despatches Indicate that serious damages to foreign property may
be expected. The situation ls said to
resemble that existing In Mexico.
Criminal elements are beginning to
take advantage of the disturbed con-
diiions. The government military
leadeis c^pear to have reached the
conclusion that the lebel lea'.ers will
not stand up for a plt^be.i battle.
Thereto e, instead of attempting to
surround the rebels, they are dividing
their forces lo guard foreign properties.
A naval officer, who hus had much
experience In    Cuban    methods,   expi essed the belief that the Cuban in-
sureents are   ilanning   a clash   with
tho Ame lean    marines    near   Guan-
tananamo, their purrose being to in-
dice the  American  marine or naval
oITIcers lo accept their surrender,   so
tha: they might not be forced to yield'
t:> the Cuban government forces an
be ttie.l for treason and :e:ha-s sum
marily e\eeuted.   The suggestion has
been announced to make the authorises  even   more  determined  than   he-
fore lo do nothing that mish' be con-
si rued as a recocnitfon of belligerency
of tbt> rebels. -
PAY AITENFION      {PHASER VALLEY TO
TO LOS ANGELES
I. W. W. Transfer Campaign
North  From  Troubled
San Diego.
INVADE VANCOUVER
Organizer McKelvey Hope* to Obtain
Eight Hour Law for All
Trades.
Westminster and District May Establish Information Bureau at C. P. R.
Terminus.
AfTERMATIi OF
GRKT MAY DAY
Los Angeles, Cal., May 29.���According to J. J. McKelvey, secretary of
the local industrial Woitcers of the
World, the present activities of that
organization in San Diego will bt
curtailed considerably and more attention paid to Los-Angeles.
ln speaking of the future campaign
of the organization, McKelvey said today that it was Intended to launch at
once a movement for an eight hour
law in LoB Angeles, to include all
trades. He was appointed organizei
for this purpose at last night's sectet
meeting, he stated.
"At piesent there are 500 Industrial
Workers in Los Angeles," eaid iMc-
Kehey, "and within one j ear we expect to boost this membership to 5000
by direct appeal to the workingmen.
We wiil not send any mote men to
San Diego for the present, but wll!
centie all of our efforts in the work
outliiued at laat night's secret, meeting.
"Labor conditions in Los Anreles
are the worst of any city in tbe state,
or country for ihat matter, and we
propose, if it is possible, to lemeciy
them. Literature will be distributed
and appeals made to all laboring men
to join the Industrial VVo:kers, for we
believe that in our organization lies
the only  escape  for  the  workinman   rr.,p '���f i,���_ waterf-onta
from the burden placed upon him bJ
capital."
PLANS POR HOSPITAl
BUILDING NEAR l-OMPLCTiON i
PRESENT CHECK
TO BOY SCOUTS
Amateur Dramatic Company of "Fac
ing the Music" Made $165.30 for
Summer  Camp.
EDMONTON RETAINS
OLD B. C. E. R. MAN
William T. *Woddroofe to Superintend
City's Street Railway Department
for $4000.
Edmonton. May 2ft.���William T
Woodroofe, for a number of years
with the British Columbia Eleotrlc
company, and at present city eles-
trlclnn for Vancouver, waa this nw:n-
ing retaino.l by the city of Edmonton
as s trerlntendent of the atreet rail
wa doiartmont. vice nobeit Knight
res!' ned. Mr. Woodroofe Is to assume
hls d ttles ot the first qf July, nnd hls
cimrenpfltlon du ins the year is to he
at the rate of S-'OOfi per annum,
Next yoar wlll take care of Itself
Mr. Woodioo'e Is lo assume the mnn
acement of thp street railway system
prior to July V, If he can mnnnsc bis
rerscnal affairs co as to be here and
mako the rhnnie ���"lor to that date
With the appointment ot Mr. V'nod
roofe to the fosMon pf itreet railway
superintendent tho vacancies of the
city administrative staff are again all
filled.
A very pleasant ce.emony took
P ace in the drill hail last night
when the Boy Scouts paraded to receive a che.ijie from the "Facing the
Music'' amateur dramatic company.
This amounted tn S1G5.80. being the
proceeds of the play at the opera
.louse, and was presented, in the regi enable absence of Mrs. J. D. Taylor,
by Mr. B. R. Hill, manager of tne
company.. The money will he devoted
to buying equipment for nnd financing
tbe summer camp for the boys.
When ihe amateurs nnhed on the
re ene the boys were all at work undei
the command of Scoutmuster Day and
hit" officers. Some were ereeUng
trestles for a bridge, others doing
ambulance ditll, others again practicing tent pitching, while a squad oi
lecruita was studying elemontary
knots. Alter the visitors had inspected there many aetlvWee and seen a
toy wtth a supposedly -broken heaa
and arm bandaged and plaeed on a
stretcher by thn ambulance patrol.
the fall-In was sounded and the boys
were put smartly tnrmigh a little
rlosfc oiuer anil. The colors were
then saluted and after that. Scoutmaster Day thanked the company tor
Itj efforts. They could now go to
i amp with their own equipment ana
the scouts were more than grateful.
Three hearty cheers were Riven by
the boys, and then Mr. Hill made a
brief speech thanking them for their
suppoit at tlie. play. Sootttmaster
'.'bapnian, local secretary, thankea
Mr. Hill and the comrany again and
three cheers were given Jor the
ladles. In answer to these .and re-
- eatert calls for a speeeh Miss Plnder.
s-eakim: on behalf of Mre. J. D. Tarlo- unavoidably ahseni,. and Miss
Petter. the "other Mrs. Jolin Smith,"
wished the boys a happy boll lay ln
csmp.
Mr. A. A. Matthison also spoke a
rew words and then the boys went
through some more drilling, showing
themselves to he well advanced tn
tbeir training. They are very anxious
to win out at the provincial competition to be held In North Vnncouver
tbli year. At their present rate of
progress thov should have a good
chance of doing so, ani arenit keenness is bfeing shown to make a ctolit-
able showing on this occasion.
The nominees for thy co-jucil for
the Koyal Columbian hospital boura
nre Mr. J. J. Johnston and the chalr-
m Qf the finance committee. Airter-
inan Gray. and not Alderman Dodd, aa
announced previously. The pveser.t
representatives aie Messrs. J. J.
Jbhnston and W. H. Keary.*
l'he plans of the new hospital building are expected to be ready-at'any
time now, and when this announcement is made, a Joint civi; aud hos-
:>.t.il board meeting will he convened.
It is likely then that tbe plans will
he finally passed, and tenders called
for at once. While no detailed account
of the proposed bulldine Is at hand it
is certain that it will be fitted witb
every modern convenience, while the
architectural design happily combines
beauty with utility.
Weetmlneter and the Fraser Valley
must look to themselves to make the
most of their own advantages. This
is the conclusion that has been com*
to by the Instigators of a movemeni
to invade Vancouver with a Kraser
Valley Information bureau. This bureau, as well as a man stationed at
the Junction with literature describing the unrivalled agMcultjral an-! industrial opportunities of tbls district
it is hoped will be supported by tne
councils of lout teen munic;j - lties
and by private business firms.
Already the movement is well uader way! The different council arc
being approached and it li dosed tc
noid a meeting in the Westminster
Eoard of Trade tooms at a very ear:,
date to make final and definite a:
rangements. The New V.'estminr.te.
Progressive Association ls believed to
look with favor on the proposal and
the stxeees of the scheme is In a good
way to be assured.
In the circular letter It Is pointed
out that recently 1000 settlers came
through at one time to Vancouver,
and that 5 per cent of these in all
piobabLlty viai.ed New Westminster
or district. It is then pointed out that
by co-operation in tho way sugges.*.e3
t'.ie cost wou'd bear ve y lightly on
each party. Ten or fifteen doiiars a
mon:h Is suggesteu as the contribution from the cou.iei is and $5 trom
jrivate tirms. This would, it Is expected, give- an income of 5390 per
month.
Attention is then drawn to the fact
that Vancouver's waterfront is exhausted, that Nt-th Vancouver is
making  special  elicits   to keep   the
low r.nd
to attract industries and . elevators
there, while on the other hand nowhere else does there exist such
splendid freshwater advantages as on
tJ a F-aser. which is receiving little or
no attention.
Standing Committee la Appointed to Work AU Year
Round.
W. A. Qlll.y    Elected    M. C^-Many
Suggestions to Make 1913. Cet
New Record.
May Day, and ail ita beautiful recot
lections, was vividly recalled at the
last meeting which the general committee will have in hand, when almost
a scote of enthusiasts settled down
last night in the board of trade rooms,
to the task of considering accounts
and concluding tie business which
had brought them together.
Fhst, as to the finances, it was
found that no definite statement of receipts and expenditures could be
banded out. as the accounts are not
yet all in shape, so the matter was
left in the hands of the finance committee, and the exact figures will be.
announced in due course
Throughout the whole meeting:
there ran a sentiment that the past
May   Day   was  a  record
one.    More
as
did
EINES FOR FOUR
GUILTY PLAYERS
than that, the recommendations of the
publicity Committee, itself an innovation, we:e primarily responsible for
the adoption of a resolution that a
standing committee should be appointed to work all the year round
for the bettei ment of May Dav so>
that when next year comes it will be
safe to say that the May Day of 1113
will surpass that of this year b
much as this year's celebrat:c:>-
those of the ire.ious one.
Mr. W. A. Gilley wag elected master
of ceremonies ior nast ear ia accordance with a:icient " usaV and
Messrs. j. .;. Johnston. V/. A. GlUey-
C. D.  Peele, D.  E. MacKenzie. c   S
Stuart Wade, C. A. Smtherlcnd P. \V.
Luce and H. Sava.re will compose th*9-
standing committee.
Mr. J. J. Johnston, Atr'ehairman   of
the  general  committee, salt Uiat he
was very much pleased  w ��h the re-
111     DAI If F   f AllDTl 8uU oI the May ua>'-   Vancouver peo-
lll     IllLllL   lAJUnl I "le had bTOn astonished "-'t����� el:��������� of
""     l   ��      -'       w^n.i    thl8  gi7e  couW  6tage  guch a  feiand
pageant.
Mr. P. W. Luce
publicity
AHKCr MOTORISTS
Dong  Hong  Fined $50    for    Burning
Brushwood   Without   Permit���
First Conviction.
Johnny Howard Comes Off    Lightest
and  Ions Pays Top Penalty of
Fifty Dollars.
Y. M. C. A. Lecture.
Ve f-v.re nml hear the address on
boys* emp life at the aWociatilon FTI-
<iny night. Tbe pictures are all true
to Hfo being taken at Cftrlst cnurcn
bovR' hrlcade camn cn Bowen Island.
Thiq lecture ls being put on ��>r the
I uit ose of showing whst a boy*' camp
is like and tn create an interest in
the local Y. /M. C. A. camp to Be held
tMs summer at White Rock.
The initial appearance in our mllst
last Friday of Messrs. Dr. Doherty
und harry oeiiKier, ac.uig iu tue
capacity of lacrosse commissioners
for the Pacific Coast league, resultea
yesterday ln four playerB, two from
-each club, receiving penalties aggregating ��110. ���"
Tho days tjvhcn rival players couia
cut each other down with little des.
crimination has past nti.l gone and lu
Iuture, a suspension will accompany
fines for rough plays.
Johnny Howard, lhe local potm
jilayer. received the minimum fine,
vl*., a len spot for trying to dlsflsure
t-.e facial features of Newsy Mlontle
The latter together with Jimmy Oit-
furd, who tried to outdo tne famous
nght between Jim Jeuries and bu
Arthur, got $25 apiece.
Micky lon got th-i worst Jolt ior
attempting tue Tyrua Cobb act on
seveial of the spectators. Micky was
ruled off tor cutting down Punk Wintemute during the ieir tew minutes of
play In the game, ;-M got peeved *
the way the spectator? we.e shying
certain specimens of tie luclous California fruit with Ihe result that ue
flied them baek. lon s oalpry last; week
will tie lowered to **t*o extent of $50
before he Is allowed to participate ���"
anv more of the championship games
These aie the ft ��t fines ever assessed
against the coast players for rough
work, although tiie rule has been in
force ih the N. L. U. for the past two
seasons, and according to President
Jlmmv Murphy, was an uniitailttea
success. That the latest announcement of the commissioners will meei
WttR the approval of the public et
lavge Is un-uestioned. What the
spectators delight to witness, Is a
clean cut battle with none of theee
rough and tumble bouts tha* have
bc^u so fiequent In the past. It Is a
*T.\ known fact that many who form-
frlv aUerdel every game between
the (wo clubs, itay away Just on tnis
account and until they can be satisfied
that rough house'displays are ��*mtn-
(Contlnuod on Pag* Five.)
Edmonds, May 2i>.���A busy police
court session was held this morning
betore Magistrate waike/, when a
bunch of auto speeders appeared to
answer cnarges of violating tne
Motor Vehicle act. All the offenders
hailed from Vancouver and were each
charged with ariving on the wrong
side of the Edmonds road, which is
regarded as the most dangerous to
pede��..riaus of any in the municipality.
Those who were convicted were
Messrs. G. E. Trorey, J. W. Pattlson.
J. H. Balid, Jack Decker. W. N. Clarke
and W. O'Neill. The case against W.
R. Dockrell was adjourned till Saturday as the dofendant wais unable to
appear.
'Mr. F. R. McD. Russell of Vancouver, defended Mr. Trorey. While ad-
mining the offence he raised the
argument that according to the rtiles
of the road a motor \ehicle snouio
pass standing venicies on tbe ngnl
and that a standing 6teeet- car came
undPr the same heading. He also
argued concerning the definition ol
the word vehicle as used In the Vancouver by-low legulatlng traffic; and
took exception to the wav the summonses were made out, staging tnat
the time and place of the offence were
not made out on the official pap��"
Chief Parkinson, who conducted the
prosecution, said the Vancouver bylaw had nothing to do with Burnaby
as the offence came under the provincial act. The bench ove- ruled ine
defendant's plea and handed out fines
of $5 and costs against each of tbem.
A Chinamen ramed Dong Hong was
mulcted $50 and costs for burning
brushwood In Nortb Burnaby without
a permit Defendant ls alleged to
have been the cove of several bush
fires whloh dt-d serious damage ic
the northern section ot the municipality some (.wo weekr a��o. This ls said
to ht-."* heen the tlrst conviction under thU heertln��r thai has over heen
obtained in Burnaby.
Several mo e automobilists will appear on Saturday momtne to answer
charges of sree'lns over the limit.
Restore  Flre-ilaces.
London May 29.���-With thn assist
on^f- of i> num**" of lovers of antl-
oultv. Lord Curr.on hns recovere����� h*j��
famous enrve' stone flre^lacei?, datinj-:1
from tbe fifteenth century wht ii
were ta'-.en out of Tattershall castle
last year.
The wor'j of -esto in-r the eas tie
has alrei'i" been rejnm, and when
this bas been miflclenHv advanced
Ihe flre-lnees win be replaced, it .-.-ill
be i��?atled tin* t o-d Cu- son last November pur-huffd the cast'e In order
to prevent its removal to America.
When the ft eplaces were removed
Irom the oeat'e it was reported trtat
an American millionaire had made a
big offer for them.
chairman cf the
committee, ��� reported, and
made the following suggestions for
the improvement of tbe event:
First, that May Day be held on the-
first of May.   This was discussed, and"
as the day next year falls on Thursday, It was decided to continue the-
custom of holding it on Friday whfeb-
has for some time been the rule. The*
other recommendations will be taken
up by the standing committee, and reported upon at the next meeting of
the   general   committee   next   year.
They are that preparations be made
earlier lor the event; that a full day
be given to it, and an ox-roast or barbecue be a feature thereof; that the-
oval be kept clear;  that the services'
of thc United Service elub be enlisted; that the candy be distributed ln
a more satisfactory manner; that the
schools of the district be better represented:  that a standing committee-
be appointed to go into the matter of
introducing   the   old    Eng*Ish    Mar
dances among the pchooi children of
the city and district wtth the Idea
that next year a competition    take
rlace for the best performance:  that
a prize be given for an exhibition of"
trade at tos:  that floats take part in -
the procession; that a prize be given-
for decorated autos: that all -the popular features  of the past  celebration,
be retained; that the g.ound concessions be sold: that there be a taller
Mav- role;  and that the d��nc��-B be
attired as much as possible ln the old''
English dress.
The thanks of the committee were-'
riven to the mayor and council 9irr
the use of the room, to Lady Van for
judging the window dressing; and to
everyone connected with the Bucceea
of the occasion.
*
HOLD AGRICULTURAL
CONVENTION TODAY
This nfernoon beginning at
1:.in o'clock the agricultural
convention will meet in th��
boardo f trade rooms and it is
hored that all members of the
board of trade rooms and it is
meet the visiting delegates.
The subject matter to be discussed Is being prepared by,
the agricultural committer of
i"e bonrd of which Mr. E. C.
Traves is chilrman.
The following delegates will
represent their various dls-
���riots: Mission. R. Abbott:
Delta, w. A. Kirkland and <\
H. Davis: Port Hammond, A.
L,. Denoon pnd J. Lall'-; Mats-
tnit-Sumaif, C. B. Hill-Tout and
���T. H. F. Nelson: Burnabv, K.
IS. Stt-lde nn.l T. 8. Sharpe'
Lanalev. w. H. Rolllnson and
C E. Pallot: Fot Langley, C.
R. note: Chilliwack. A. L.
Coote and A. B. McKemMe-,
White Rock. t. T. Thrift- Storey. B. R. WHitely and S: H.
Shannon.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 30 1912.
Classified Advertising
���������������������������������v**��e
���'��������� ���
RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
��������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���WAITRESS
Windsor hotel.
AT    ONCE.
"WANTED���WOMAN FOR HOUSE-
work one day a week. 317 Fifth
avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE, BRIGHT, AC-
tive boy for office and outside
work.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
'WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle, -19
Albert Crescent.
WANTED���TWO GENTLEMEN RE-
Viire two bediooms and sitting
room, in private house; breakfast
and late dinner; pleasantly situated
close to car line. Replies Box W.
S. V., Edmonds, B.C.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���TWO OR THREE FUR-
nlahed housekeeping rooms. 1>20
Third  avenue.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
406 Agnes street.
ROOMS.
T() RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply 324 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 4154 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 705 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.    Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
LAND WANTED���WE HAVE CLI-
enis for two quarter sections either
in Surrey, Langley or Matsqui;
would like some alder bottom land
and easy clearing preferred. Price
must he rock bottom. Address,
National Finance Company, New
Westminster
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY 1MME-
dtately, Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery hlock.
WANTED ��� A ROOM WITH THE
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by plain work-
logman. 1'lease state terms. Ad-
dicss Box 77, Daily News office.
WANTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.   APPLA
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
MONEY TO LOAN ON '.1ESIDEN-
tial property; lowest current rate,
payable in live yours with privilege
���of repayment iu three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia stieet.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
TWO LARGE SIZED LOTS on Hamilton street close to Sixth street car-
line, 100x150 and all cleared. Price
?2300.    Good terms.    No. 10.
LARGE LOT ON FIFTH STREET,
ail cleared and on tbe widest street
in the city. Price only $1500, one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 an:l 18
months.    No. 324.
OM FOURTH STREET���Good lot in
first-class locality, all ciea:ed ��ina
in grass; size 52x15.1. Price $1400,
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.    No. 228.
ON HILl. STREET���Two large sized
lots. Price $t!75 each, one-quarter
cash, 6, 13 and IS months.   No. 355.
ON HIGH SIDE OF TORONTO ST.
Three lots all cleared. Price $800,
one-quarter cash, 6, 12 and is
months.   No. 209,
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
UHttA.
HUGE INCREASE IN
PEANUT OUTPUT
Nineteen Million Busbels Produced in
U. S. A. Worth Over Eighteen Million   Dollars.
Washington, D. C, May 29.���A preliminary statement of the general results of the thirteenth census relative
to the numher of farms reporting the
production of peanuts, the number of
bushels of nuts produced ani the
value thereof, in 1909, for the United
Stales, was issued today by Director
E. Dana Durand, of the bureau of census, department of commerce and labor.
ln 1899 there were 51fi,fi54 acres of
land devoted to the growing of peanuts, as against 869,887 acres of 1909,
an increase of 353,233 acres, or 68.4
per cent. In 190!) there were 218,998
farms reporting the growing of peanuts, or 3.4 per cent of the total number of farms in the United States,
while in 1899 only 133,914 farms reported, forming 2.3 per cent of the
total.
The present census shows that in
1909 there were produced in the United States 19,416,000 bushels of peanuts, against 11,964,000 bushels produced in 1899. The value of the peanuts produced in 1899 was $7,271,000,
while in 1909 it was $18,272,000 a gain
of $11,001,000. or 151.3 per cent.
North Carolina leads all states, and
had a prodouction In 1909 of 5.981,000
bushels. Virginia ls second in rank,
having produced 4.284,000 bushels in
1909. Georgia, with a production of
2,570,000 bushels of peanuts in 1909,
third in rank. In Florida there were
produced in 1909 a total of 2.315,000
bushels. Alabama in 1909 produced
1.574,000 bushels, valued at $1,491,-
000.
ASKING FOR DEATH.
NEWSBOY'S   TEAK'S   WERE
REMUNERATIVELY   GHED
FOR 8ALE
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,
most new.    408 Fifth street.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
AL,
FOR SA.LE���FIVE ACRES. CRES-
cent Beach summer resort, $250
per acre. Box GS,  Newa office.
*"OR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
6treet, city.
FOK SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
KEAL ESTATE AGENTS AND
others please note: My property
at the northeast1 end of Lulu Island,
in the city of New Westminster, is
not for sale. W. F. Page, Victoria,
B.C.
Mr. O. II. Rath burn is not employed
b.v the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Mutch Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice or the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Mutch Co. Ltd
Dominion   Match  Co.,  Ltd.
Montreal. May 29.���Lnst night a j
leading educationalist was returning j
hrme about midnight along St. Catherine FtTeet when he was stopped by
the sound of a small boy weeping I
noisily in a shop doorway. Standing 1
by was a young man watching pro- j
ceedings.
Enquiry  elicited   the   information;]
that the boy had been selling- papers
nil day and   had    made ninety-eight |
cent=," TbK ?P.fl to relate, had slipped through a hole In his ragged iro:-- ���
sera and he was afraid to   g > home |
without his day's earnings.      It  was,
such a sad tale and the enrs wero so j
convincing  that    tho   educationalist, j
spare of cash as men of mind are art !
to be, .appealed to the other man to
subscribe twenty-flve cents tr> mane
up the deficit, he himself giving the-
same amount.
As this was not enough It was de
Requests From Prisoners Which Stag-
ger the Judge.
At thc Norwich OOng.) Assizes in
tho la^t week in January a prisoner,
accii=cd nf thn murder of his child,
bluntly asked Mr. .Justice Cliiiniiell
to pass the sentence of deatli upon
him witiior- a trial. The mnn pleaded
guilty, and refused the judge's offer
for counsel to defend him. Naturally,
both the jndire and jury, unci not less
ths crowd in eotirt, were astounded
nt such a request from the dock ; yet
the man was firm in bis desire to be
at once sentenced to V e direst penult.' known to the law.
In these rare CHses n certain course
is taken, anil this course Mr. Justice
Channel] took. Medical witnesses
were summoned to testify as to the
condition of the prisoner's mind.
Though there was a conflict in that
evidence, it w-3 found that lbe accused was in a fit state of mind to
plead, nnd on that finding tbe only
course open to the judge was to pass
th? sentence which the man himself
hnd asked for.
Though extremely umisunl, it is not
unprecedented for a mnn to comport
himself in the dock as this man. At
Liverpool Assizes in the summer of
last year a man accused of n sordid
crime laced the judge with a viry determined request, often repeated, to
be at.once sentenced to death without
the long ordeal of a trial. He refused
to be considered otherwise than as
guilty, or to set up any defence or
extenuation of his d&ac*. Yet llie
doctor specially summoned to assist
tli: judge witli bis expert testimony
11 "tired bis lordflllp tlm' the rationality of the mn;. was beyond question.
Ultimately 'be julirp hnd to do us the
prisoner had  reqti-'sted.
Almost as surprising, if not in exactly the SRtne category, wis the
'���tiiL'L'rrin-: rpqli'tM inude in tli- late
Y-. .In-ti ��� (Irautliam lit the Oe tit rul
Criminal  Court,   London,   last   year.
A Tian n:n I Chi:ties Aitliu- actually
asked lhe judi,u t > order liim wlwl
even the ni-'-l I ircb-neil criminals
dread-the "eat." Notwitlistatliliim
this request was m-ide to escape some
of the st'titeno.1 ol imprisonment lor
Iif- ��� "-si-il upon him ic sii-ctiiiL' at
il police eon-tiilil"- lie nskei1 111- Jtlduu
[to give him -1 -li'rt term of Imprison*
j ni.-nt -in.I liberr'l pnnishmenl with
j tlie "cat," in prelurehot' t.i ilie life
sent "nee���it was a most surprising
request, and litis prolnil.lv' not been
paralleled in an Kngiish court ui law.
It was not 'jr:,*\,.'\.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the teal propeity Immediately benefited and the proportion   in   which  the  assessment  is made on per foot frontage.
Blk.   Lot.   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C34
3
4
&8
r
i 1
S   5
S   fi
Tipperary  Park
|S Pt W  Ya
NptSlfi ft
64 &65
63
9
61&C2
S  pt of 3
&Npt of 8
N pt of 3
9
1
W.  pt
Corbould, Gordon E	
Corbould, Gordon E	
Vidal, James  H	
Johnston, John J	
Lynch, Fred J	
Schaake, Kate  	
City of New  Westminster
Rae.  Jessie   	
Halt, F. J '...
3
4
5
7tol0
43
41 &.1:
3
4
5
11
1
4&S22
ft
of
5
6 and
���est
of
5
8
7
s
��
7
N
tt
1
6
7
8
9
10
E
Mi
10
N
K,
11
VI
into
13
1
Gray, Alexander B	
Maves, Mary Jane 	
Rogers, Mary S	
Gifford, Lucy S. and Thos. J.
Gordon, Mary C	
Rand, Arthur E	
Clute, Mary L. R	
Eyles, Benjamin  	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
McNeil, Alexander T	
Cliff.   Ronald  L	
Sinclair, Jas.  W	
Elly, Catherine Louise M. ...
McLeod,   Alfred   	
Wintemute,   Robt	
65.91
131.83
65.97
65.96
65.96
65.97
560.34
140.00
16.00
52.00
62.00
63.00
63.00
66.00
62.00
50.00
66.00
86.00
52.80
48.70
26.50
52.80
52.80
66.00
66.00
14.95
29.95
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
14.35
15.00
14.10
11.40
15.00
15.00
12.00
11.05
6.10
12.00
12.00
10.00
15.00
Read, Thos. N. and Cilbt. L.
67.50|      15.35
t:  Imp't Co., Ltd.
& Imp't Co., Ltd.
& Imp't Co., Ltd.
& imp't Co., Ltd.
2&c.
s29
��� Max  ss Gtory Teller.
"The eternal progression of lhe im-
perlslltible soul." was one of n number tl t'tiif phrases let fall in the
course of Mr, Max Peraberton's lecture on "Literature nnd Travel;"
given recently In J ondoii.
Illustrating insular ignorance Uu?
lecturer told ol a countryman who
was shown some kangaroos at the
'/.no. "What are these?" be a-k.-d.
"Natives of Australia," wa- the replv.
"Oh. heavens I" be explajmed, "my
m.arried one  of Ihem "
S   7, 7 &29|
S 10  2 &3 :
WEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
municipality     of    burnaby,
Taxes,  1012.
Notice is hereby given that the REBATE period expires on Saturday,
June 29th. 1912, and that positively
no REBATE will be allowed If payments are not made, or remittances
actually received at the Municipal
Hall en or before tbat date.
Tax Demands have been despatched to tbe last known addresses of
owners, and any persons liable for
Taxes not hai lng; received their demand." should make R/pplioatlor.- to
the undersigned, g'vlng full particular? ae to description of property.
W. II, GRIFFIN.
Collector,
Edmonds, May 23,  1912.
District of New Westminster.
'Take notice that I, Thomas Ralph
"Nlckson,   of   Vancouver,   occupation
contractor, intend    to apply for per-
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY���
WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
mission  to  lease    the   following  de- j
scribed lands for 21 years. The bridge on the River road near
Commencing at a post planted at 1the Boundary Road is unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons uslnc it
are hereby notified to go slowly, and
observe caution in crossing.
All parties using this brid;;e do so
at  their own risk.
By order,
FRED L. MACPHERSON,
Municipal Engineer.
the southwest corner of District Lot
1384, thence north to the northwest
���comer of D. L. 13S4, thence 40 chains
west along the north boundaries of
I). Ls. 1383 and 1382, tbence south
along the west boundary of D. L. 1382
to the shore line on the Gulf of
Georgia at the Southwest corner of
I). L. 1882, thence along shore line to
t>oInt of commencement containing
:350 acres more or less.
The lease ls required for quarry
purposes and to take gravel there-
from.
(Signed)���
fliovi \s wai,I'M NICKSON
Ber HAROLD NICKSON, Hgenl
Date April 4, 1912.
elded to hold an Impromptu Tag Day ' saf-��'r n****. u"," �� <"��'
and eo the rasseis-by were    held  u|U  *V  A��ll'r"';'"    l��?J    .�����>��   pToI.����d
until the dollar mlnu. two cents hall'" . ,c   *���&�����.*** $������    *iT,ZI   f: '���!������
Yarr...    ~>,,nl���,^ TM,���   ���.������.������   ������,..CK���.. '   Well. Df)       }'OU        knOW IVMnlllV-!'
been obtained.   Tbe weeping newsbo
then went on bis way rejoicing, anil
the two men returned    home feeling j',
highly virtuous. .
But the sequel  was not so   happy, j ,
The following  morning   at  brcataast ,
when the story was told it transpired
that the man's married daughter had 1
'���een arrested a cottole of nights before by the same sound or weeping j
and the same sad tale.     Only in this 1
ease,   money   evidently  heing    mote]
plentiful, the dollar was immediately j
handed over from the husband's poe-1
ket and the sobs were stooped.
But that was not the end. it also|
came out that rhe housemaid return-1
ing 1,0m a party at a late hour earlier
in the week also was stopped by a
weeping boy who told a sad tale ot
losing all his day's profits, 97 cents
this time, through a hole in his trpu-
3er pocket,
WAITERS   LEAVE   GUESTS I
BEFORE   UNFINISHED   MEAL1
askeu n dour Scott. "That'.- fin-" !"
lie said. "'Tli- I.ady of ih- l.ak--'5"
St..1 better." "'Quentin Durwanl'^"
A ur'-ut bi"'l<" "Scott's KuiuUionV"
The finest nl tliem  all !"
1 follnwins ttory was tohl by a
judg- to Mr. Pemberton .in-1 before
he came t> the City Temple: Tw.��
lali"j beinir in Warwick I'rJMtn. -be
governor vi-ited the cells, and siid to
one of the prisoners: "Of course,
you will hsve ,<i f liserve all the convention.' of the prison." "Yes," slin
said, "but I wi-h to tinki- n cunt-
mntiieation." She was told .-li��������� mu-t
make it in writing. Sh" replied: "It
is su urgent communication, and I
wish to make it before n witues*."
Tht governor sent for lbe chaplain
and the doctor. When tliey wero "II
ii tlia cell, the prisoner ml.I: "I
want to tell you that ii" ���."���tnletiien
comes into a holy's roun w.'ii Irii
hat on!"
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 295 Office, Curtis Block
K"tt-
hern
-  the
SINGING TSACHER,
WanKel���Teacher f"r slnginp In th
Nr--- 'West���in-to.- s"hoo!s d-itl"<< tc
���commence Peptpmbor 1. ApnlicaUoni
. tatlris: ounirp-itions and pnlary re-
mflred |o reach the secretary's office
noi Inter than noon of .Time :!0.
L.  AVORY  WHITE.
8ecretnt-v  Board of School Trustees,
.\'p\v Westminster, B.O.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Su^d.'visions 83 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OfFICE
TO RCNT���Two good houses, one or
Loudon st.-cct, six ibomi, possession June l, |26 per month; om
house on Fifth avenue, seven
rooms, modem; Immediate posses<
sion; $30 ier month.
CINE CUSINECS SiTr cn Sixth
street, 132 ttttt on Sixth street. HIk
bargain for quid: sale.   \o. 60.
A SIX ROOMED HOUSE on Fifth
avenue. Rpvm rooms, fully modern.
Price (16000; $ir,wi cash. baUnce fi,
12 and 18 miithii.   No, 31,
A SIX riOO-MED BUNGALOV/ on Ash
street' an ideal spot Pile (13200;
onr-tilid oath) balance ii, 12 and 18
mon I !;s.     No.  26.
TWO FINE BUILDING LOTS In Sao-
perton; |1600 fr the two. This is
a snaii.    TermB.    No. BD.
A FULL
H're.et;
No. IB,
To Tour Europ; In Van.
m Vork MaT^-The entire dta-LjA   ^IZJ^^ il   -
InjWoom service at the Hotel  Knick-  !?"d���if  P R 'X'ili"', ' ..itlta - the
urbooker was crippled ia*t ni^ht   by  Ki:ropo; .jUt ���,h��,wi'1 Use )',e'r"-	
the unexpected walkltm on   of 5  the tf "ft"'0 ,i,5'1flor, t,,e(''"'."i   '^T'Tn
men   employed   as   waiters,   coota'liedM l^liusbawd ����d l:er children.
pantry  men and silver men'    At   alf,h?  l'Uu*  ���" ""\    i   i      .'"" ?
sistial previously aRT��"l upon thev '' >l��h' <'��'��vh.m. winch htx \��>"�����;.��*��
stopped work wherever thev happen-' hnul without difliculty nt least -'I
ei to he and the patrons ofthe hotel ���ilfl" ��� ,lay' ,'s|,�� llH'"'1 uw'1 ""' ^���v;'"',
sat. belplesily at their unfinished ���'uloa "f trav<,|,ri" ,:''
'noals. Then the men paraded into
���he street where they were Joined
hv other in-un^cra of the International
Koto! Workers' Union.
Police reserves soon succeeded lr
dispersing the crowd, whWi wun not
disposed to vlo'enee, and restore I or
tier. Quests left the hotel when the.
round thev were not to ho serve'. :""'
the big (llnlnu rooms wen. cored <"
At lo o'eln-'i thorp appeared Io ���
Po one waiting to be served p
winir. it was declared thai pome
rons could ho aooommodated thi
managemenl said that the dinln-
roomie would be closed absolutely i '
11 o'clock.
IS
10
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10
11
12
13
33
9
10
27
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7
6
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N '*:
A.B.C.
Green,   Mary   	
Smith. Frankl'n ..
Madill, H. WiHiiuu
Madill, II. willi-tni
Truman, W'itlium H
Oliver. Kli/ahetl? .
Barnett. Jas. V.. H.
Burden, J. N	
Young, Murdoch . .
Younfi, Peter II. .
Banes, Thos. S.  ...
Boughen,  B,  J	
Boughen, R, .1	
Dunbrack. L. G.  ..
VVest. Home
West. Kcnie
\\'e;t. Lome
We-t. Home
.lohnston,  Marctiet  J.   .
Dblg, Arthur   	
Calbick, John A	
McXenzlOi John,  estate
Rees, Richard  	
Broad, Emily  	
Buchanan, R. B, 	
P( i b!es,   Peter   	
C::un;ugharn.  James   ...
Flux, George Kcnry  ...
Tmne. William  	
Trapp, Frank I!	
McMurphy,  P.  H	
.Mm ray.   William   	
Shaw, J".s. Pjarson 	
Lorcc, jes. C	
I.orco, Jus.  C	
Banton,   Lucy   	
t'rcll, Jas. A	
Etherington  Arthur Ii. .
Ko: ton, William  	
Croll, Jaa. A	
Burnett,   Maria   	
fiO.OO
15.70
45.60
10.35
50.00
11.40
84.00
19.10
86.00
10.55
55.00
12.50
62.50
11.95
50.00
11.40
50.00
11.40
50.00
11.40
25.00
5.70
25.00
5.70
50.00
11.40
60.00
11.40
51.00
1.1.60
51.00
11.00
61.00
11:60
51.00
11.60
51.00
11.00
60.00
16.00
fiO.OO
16,00
68.00
15,00
G6.00
15.00
60.00
13.65
60.00
1.���;.;;:.
(10.00
13.65
-10,00
6.S0
Sf..00
6.S0
60.00
13.05
60.00
13.66
60.00
13.65
ec.oc
13.68
BO.OC
13.68
65,01
15.00
fid.oo
15.00
66.00
15.00
68.00
16.00
61.00
Ll 83
122.001   27.70
61.00
13.S5
01.01)
13.85
4<~,'ti.(Mitin3o.4r,
Notice is he:eby given that tho C
minster Intends to pars a Local lm
ing tlie proierlies ln the schedule al
opposite each lot for one year, and a
complaints and apicals against the as
ho held on Monday, the 17th day of
in the foienoon, a.t. the Councll Chum
ster, British Columhla, and any notice
ment must he solved upon the Clerk
eight days prior to such Court of Hev
City Hall, 2Jird May, 1912.
Date of  flrst  publication  24th  May, 1912
orporatlon of the City of Now We-:t-
io or-.ent   ASMRsment   By-law  assess-
ove mentioned n-.e sums of money sot
Court   of   Revision   for   the  trial   of
Bessment io mo: o?ed to ho made will
June,  ni;-, commencing at 10 o'clock
her, in the City  J .all.  New Westmln
of appeal from such intended asses.s-
of   the   Mtinicijal   Council   at   lea-t
isicn.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
ikes it. I.a-'f
re.-it ilia made h caravan tnur ol
North W'ale.i. under tha tiaillO Ol
Sarah l.ee. Lady Urosevennr will (jo
In-in Cheshire tliroiigli Kngland anl
ti.en cross to I-'raiu-e. From 11 nlemix
she will travel through tho ��' utli i.f
:id will stop f(^r a time In
of .Westminster's Kronch
uatenu. t'tu1 ttii! continue
lm south, and may go as tur
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER fOR  MOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or ret.t while prices are low
France,
tha   Du
hunfln'.'
I tin-in li
SIZED   LOT
u  fir st  cIjkb
on  St.  George
buy at    18600.
READ    OUR
INVESTORS'
Phone 295
AD.    RE
HOME.
HIGHLAND
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Block
-ADIES   HOME   JOURNAL
BARS   TURKEY   TROT
Philadelphia, May 29.���Tbe Cur I
Publishing compnny is without n
.-.ei'l-es of Blxteen vour)'-. women, wh:
po fur forgoi Mi�� proprieties nnd rul -
of ihat corro:ation uh to Indulge li
.>,��� 'fir'-ov trot" on the third floor o
lhe Ladles Home Journal huildii���-
Tiicy wero discovered at the nc- ���
hour ensured i-i this terpslchor* r
sro.-lu.if--. much tn the dlfJitust of i'i
ward W. Holt, who happened to h<
pasnlng iheir derartmenl at the time
Mi. Bok Informed the gtipeitntend
ent of that department that the ��>-i
���iinv could dispense with the service.;
of the pirls who could bo far forgp*
'liemsehes as to engage in such
lances even among their own numher.
The young women employees regard Mr. IIoIi'h action as not Only an
intrusion, since they were enjoying
their noon luncheon t.i the Ume he
happened io spy upon tliem, hm ae an
attack upon their personal privileges,
mid Home of the young women say
they Intend lo put the case, uo to Mr
Curtis,
i'mr i
mul v. ���
mi ..���������
division
.-- ipply
Iriiiuln;
i iclu -I '
ul  ths
���ijlish   Alfll'ini   f'-'V.
lirst tin.e in Kngland men
nen   are   Koldlerlng   trgether
. u-rtns.   'I he neooiul l.uudun
.��� r  tlie   Terrltosfel   army'*
(JorpS euiiipeil lor F.a.--lcr
at Radlett, In Herts. At
. it i* a company, 30 strong,
'.''linen's  Sick   ami   Wouiula-I
Convoy Corps.
I it ir oi ���! tt-nt
own eni.
���"���;tl,---
rying   t
lit   SIX   11
t  rn   mil
through
lit tluuh!
The  women  erected
ami   (lit','   out  tlieir
p oven.   At niplit tliey pc-t
wlin  march  their  boats car-
rches,    Reveille  is sounded
lock nnd the women must all
(or  parade.    Tliey  are  put
���overs! drills during the day
���-.juick time.
Everything on baking day supremely
COOD-always-if you always \utj
fhei
TLOUR  :
..V-
*���* * \..- y-* q^m
Fruitarian Tobacco.
A fr.'t ii'ian variety of toh.icno has
made il- appearance in n few London
shops. I liopgh it would be idle to
.snidest ln.it there is a tobar-eo flavor
about tin- "weed," it is at least pleasant to th ��� taste, and if a crresponS
ent who has tried it and disgnoseJ
hops as - ne of the ingredients proves
correct i i his suspicion, this fact
might to f-otnniend it, prima facie, tn
a bn,- .'��� ji of the public. It comes
irom tin- oiitinent, is extremely light
and rail r bulky, probably COitl nr.
i urj tin i f>0 cents a pound, judging
by the - '.) of the picket olieied lot
luur em.:*. I        _ _
* UNBUtACHEO
** WHITE AS $^
to***1-**-,*.
: eooe oMMteeOees ^sosentMsiritN ths
, bUbnt Weal* as to inrlty In Uie ImhI
ton
CAKES
.; May sert^ ase eoly nvt ROSCS FLOUSj
BETTER BREAD v
BETTER CAKE^^	
BETTER RES
acrUlclsm If y��i ilways trae riVt ROSES KOW��
"���� THE WOODS NILLINO CO, LTa maiiM
arm
i ��� ~  i��   ii   uifkiti _ ,_
umswm
''
f:;.
THURSDAY MAY 30, 1912
IN    THt     bUPMEME     COURT   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Between Leeson, Dickie, Gross &.
Company, Limited. Plaintiffs, and J.
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To the above named defendant, J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons dated the "rd day of April, 1912.
has been issued against jou !n the
above Couit by Leeson. Dickie. Gross
& Company, Limited for $1560.OH, be-
iig a balance d::e hy you to them for
t-oods sol .1 and delivered and for Inte eet.
The following are the  particulars:
1011, Nov. 80. Goods eold and
c'elivered   as   per   account
rendeied       $1520.61
Interest          35.-IS
Balance    overdue    and    payable       ,$1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
tbat an order to attach debts was issue! heieln under the Attachment of
Debts Act on the said 3td day of
April. 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company.  Limited  as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Court has, by order, dated
tbe 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
and of the said ort'.er to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice In
a dally newspapei published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are lequlred within fourteen
da;.s after the expiration of the publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to be entered for
you at the office of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that ln default
of your so doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with this action and Judgment may be given against you in
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKERILL.
Deputy  District Registrar.
Fraser and   Blakney.   Plaintiff's   Solicitors.
Are you one of those to whom
every meal is another source of
suffering ?
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
will help your disordered stomach to
digest any reasonable meals, and will
soon restore it to such perfect condition that you'll never feel that you
have a stomach. Take one after
each meal. 50c. a Box at your
Druggist's. Made by the National
Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,
Limited. 1S0
TENDERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
SSLand Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Have Your Breakfast Today nt
Davies' Cafe
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth  Streets.
Best Coffee  In  City.  New  l.ald   Eggs.
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will be
received up to B p. m. of Wednesday,
12th of June, 1912, for the erection
and completion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tlpperary, 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 undersigned on receipt of a det>rslt of $10
which will bp refunded on the return
of plans. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank ln Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
Westminster School Board, for a sum
tMiuul in (Ive (Bl per cent, of his ten-
dor, which shall be forfeited If the
party tendering decline to enter Into
contract when called upon to do so.
The cheques or certificates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the signing of
the contract.
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDIJfER ft MERCER,
Architects io the School Trusties,
New   Westminster,   B.C,
Second Hand Store
McDONALD ��  SMITH.
will   resume   buslniss   about   May   27    liuy and sell  new nnd    second     hand
!n premises st  the corner of Carnar-j good* qf all kinds.   Tool* especially,
von   und   McKenzie   streets. HO Hcftincx Mrivi. Pbone 10(19.
EXCURSIONS
With thc ad -ent of warmer
oTets to residents ot New West
able day's outing at   low cost
given o\er Its tTaser Valley li
SPECIAL TRAIN
FOR ANGLERS.
To accommodate the parties
who are lovers of "speckled
beauties" a special tar wlll be
c^e;���t<jd.on Bunday, June 2, between. .\e.v Westminster, and
Overling.
Stops will be ina.le at all rations affording cngiers a chance
to svlittt their routes along
any of ihe well known ashing
strewn; on 'tfce route.
Cars It&Vft ^ew Westmlnste-
nt n a.m., noon. 8:80 and 5 p.m.
Returning leaves Sperling at
B'.iO am., 1:10. 3:40 and 6:10
p.m
weather the B. C. E. R. Company
minster an opportunity for an enjoy-
thioueh the special lates which are
ne.
WEEK  END TRIP
TO CHILLIWACK.
On    SaturJay    and    Sunday
tlckes covering the round t:lp
fio:n New Westminster   to all-
points on tbe line will be offered at a fare and ft third.   This
makes the lound tiio rate    to
Chilliwack only |8.45.
Truing ''.ive B. C. E. R. Co.
depot at 9:30 a.m., 1:20 ond
6:10 p.m. Keturn trains are so
timed that: the trip may b��
ma!e In a day with a stop-over
of seve.al hours at Chilliwack.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
TRANSPORTATION  DEPARTMENT,    '
PORT MANN
���nse������par n shims���^������act������
CENTRE OF TOWNSITE
EASIEST TERMS
EVER OFFERED
Rising Sun Realty Co.
Room 4 Trapp Building
Telephone 868
1   H. HUCKLIN, N. &EARD8L.EB.     ' W. F. M. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Oetrt. M��r.      Vice-President Sec. t.id Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
��� LUMBER CO., LTD. ...;������
Manufacturer* and  Wholesale Dealers in
Hr, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonss Na   *> and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doort   Moulding Etc.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREW
WHO OWNED MANIC.
IS HARD QUESTION
Eriiish Company Owned by American
Trust,  Managed  by  Britis'i  Committee.
a
en-
London, May 29.���A most interesting situation has developed in regard
to the ownership of the ill-fated Titanic, the cause of whose wreck is
now being probed by the commission
in England. This question of ownership, involving as it does suih pecuniary issues, is a matte.- of great moment.
Just who does���rather who did, own
the lost leviathan?
The position of the White Star line
is peculiar. The British flag flies
from their sterns, and they are subsi-
llzed by the governmnt of England
for the mail service. All their ofiicers
and a portion of their crews are members of the British Royal Naval Reserve. Nominally the vessels are
qjvned by a British company, but ln
reality all the shares are held by an
American combination���the International Mercantile Company���commonly known as the Shipping Trust,
of which investigation-bated Bruce Is-
mftv is au uncomfortably prominent
official.
Pierpont  Morgan Comes.'
Down to 1902 the White Stir line
was owned by a purely British company���the Oceanic Steam Navigation
company���and was managed by la-
may, imrie & Co.. the shares all being
held in this country. But on Feb. 4,
1902, an agreement was concluded between J. Pierpont Morgan, the famous
American financier and the organizer
of the Shipping Trust, for the purchase of the Oceanic shares. The
basis of the agreement, was that the
shareholders of the Oceanic company
should receive cash or securities representing ten times the net profits of
that company in 1900, less a deduction representing 0 per cent on the
book value of the fleet of steameis
for depreciation.
Forming The Trust.
The terms of the agreement were
published In the Daily Mail in 1902.
Ea<Ji holder of a share of $5000 in
the Oceanic Co. received $21,020 in
nsh anl $30,000 ln preferred and
common shares of the trust.
Ismay, Imrie & Co. also received
ten times their profits of the yea*
1900. and undertook for fourteen
years not to associate themselves
with anv other shipping enterprise
trading to ports whieh the White Star
line had used. Other Brit:'-h lines
i>n"l shipping businesses were pur-
rha;ed and absorbed by the trust, am!
the prk��a paid, about the same date
in 1901-2  were;
The Dominion line, 10 times the
profits  of 1300.
Richards Mills & Co.. 10 times the
profits of inoo.
Le,lanJ    Hue.    $11,735,000 .    cash:
whll�� the American, Red Star and Atlantic Transport lines which wer<�� ac-
eulied earlier and iormed the nucleus
of  the trust,  were taken  over for
pavment    of  $34.1^.000,  almost
theiy in trust shares.
Huge Combine,
The   trust   created
capital:
Common   stock   dividend,
limited   to  10   per cent
(till 4>~ r��r cent debentures raid off)   $40,900,000
.Preferred    stock,   cumula-
. tive Interest at 6 p.c...    51,700,000
'uvrer cent debentuies..    52,750.000
j 'tt. cent debentures ....    18,700,000
r0M  '��� $173,050,000
In addition there are $6,880,000 of
(UjbentuMa in the companies constl-
titlnt th�� t-'iat. The limitation of
h-lnte^t on Q" common stock to
10 ter cent is quite superfluous in
view ot the fact tlw^no dividend has
yet been paid on either *-' preferred
or common stock, and the fo me.
with - r^���'nai value of $100, stands
WThftol7Snatlonal Mercantile Marino company ls registered ln tne
Eta'e of New Jersey, the home c.
frusfs. All but a small amount ot
the stocks are he:d by v��J%J"J*j
the members ot which are J-^f
Morgan, C. Steele. J. Bruce Ismay. P.
A B Wldene-, and Loti Pirrie This
18 the wwl power behind the throne
The. chairman of the company Is Mr.
Oilscom of Philadelphia; Its vice-presidents are Mr. Bruea ismay for Bn,,-
land,'and Mr. Franklin torNew York.
White 8tar Profits.
The Vest asset of the trust has always been the Oceanic company owning the White Star line. This earned
in 1910. acr orilng to The Times, a net
rroflt of $2 700.000 on a. capt��al o Mr
750.000. nrter writing off U^fcJ
depreciation. A dividend of 30 per
cent wa, paid, anl the balance was
ca? led fo:ward or placed to vatious
reserves, amonB which an Insurance
fund was started ttf seMn* apa��
$500,000, in view of the increase oi
the Host ard of the '���Introdaotlon of a
'^������"e" class of tonnage." In 1908
lhe dividend f�� 10 per cent and iu
1009 20 :��" cent.
Brltlab to Control.
N'ecessaMly the purchaae by an Amer can tru?t Of �� ""y^'^JSSS
belonging to famous   lines.   *">"�������
Thfe Wily Mall 4��rtng ttg. ���hen ��j��
fctttt bbjecUbns *_* Sgl. *r S^Sa
I* whi".h  vessels   nom��Mly   Britisn
* ro   ontrolled $ a f*��l*n corpor*
Won were pointed oi*.     it waa also
rVovvn that Br f Ah YKW forbade a Brl-
fish si D to *b'e o��Ved  l.v   a fowlpi
S4ay    lh Vfc* of this   crit cism
S&tad Ve'emfht* were    coachiW
retween the Balfour government and
JK&k'tWt'the White Sar vessels
s"ou,-d he cbntrol'cd by a committee
of BrliiBh sub.iectB. r,r,H=>,
Thifc   the   Tllani"   wa�� a   British
Fhlpewned by a British comroAy, toe
shaAta cf which wore  owned  t*   en
American trust, and she was managed
by fc British committee:  so IV ^
I bfl'ftion wu��  complicated jlo the laat
���irfifnpi
L
the   following
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESLIMITED
"We  Furnish Your  Home Complote.'
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
TODAY WE WILL SELL
Yards of
7J2C
ents
Prints
Yard
We suggest your early shopping as the quantity may
not last during the day.
$35.00
For this Ten-Year Guaranteed Sewing Machine, Sold everywhere at $50
((WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE99
It Pays To
Trade at
LEES
LIMITED
LEESLIMITED
Send  Us
Your Telephone and
Mail Orders
PAV CASH, IT Will PAV VOU
THURSDAY
SPECIALS
Ladies! Your last chance to get a box of Apples at,
per box - - $2.50
We have still a few large bottles of Jam worth 35c
each.   On sale today at 25c
Cocoanut, in packages worth 20c each.   Today   -   10c
Corn, on cob, in gallon tins; a great delicacy at an
easy price; worth 85c.   Today       -        -      65c
Regular 20c tins of Pineapple, on sale today     -    15c
Salmon, large tins, reg. 20c each.   Today -   2 for 25c
We have a small quantity of No. 1 Bacon on hand to
sell at, per pound : *'���*'," 18c
You will have to hurry
Marmalade, 1 lb. jars, regular 25c.   Today     -    15c
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Don't forget that we carry a large ttatigfc of Summer
Bria&. From Ginger Ale, l&ftt Beer and Saspar-
iik at $2.00 per dozen, to Claret and Port Wine
ttt 35c per bottle.
The Public Supply Stores
j
\
L. L, ADAMS.
CASH GROCERS
33 8th Street      "THE WHITE FRONT"
S. K. IttttGRSt.
Phone 2 *AQB FOUR.
WESTMlwbTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
.���BUSIER DAILY NEWS
'Itubllshed   every   morning   except
'fi'mday by The National Printing and
Publishing  Co.,  Ltd.,  at tlieir office,
<3  McKenzie Street, N'ew  Westminster,, a. c.
ROBERT H. RKST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
"Business Office  L 9!>9
Editorial  Office    H 9!)9
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three
months, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 per   year,   or   'Jac   per
month.
Westminster Weekly Xews $1  per
year.
the world has been waiting for the
highway which Charles the Fifth ordered Cortez to construct. It would
be a striking example of the irony of
fate to have the canal completed befoie th.e. commerce of the woi Id is
ready to use it.
BOX   CAR   FOR   HOME.
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
INVESTMENT AND ELEVATORS.
Gradually it is dawning on financial
minds ihat Westminster and the Fraser Valley present better opportunities of sound investment than any
otlier part, of this province. Aa the
knowledge of ihe harbor developments going on on this river spreads
further ahioad, so will this same con-
vutien grow not only more general
but deeper and deeper with accumulating strength.
Visitors to this city are one and all
impressed with the wonderful possibilities here existing. Those who have
been resident here for many years,
liaving become accustomed to the conditions prevailing; are sometimes surprise.: at the amazement expressed by
outsiders at the rich endowment by
nature of this city and its tributary
-district. What is needed, therefore,
today is (that the residents uf the city
freshen tneir tolnds, that tliey stand
aside for a moment and adze up what
they know of their own city. There
are many who have eyes bat have nop:
seen, who know but have net realized.
In .Ser.tie they have started a "know
.your city" movement. A similar movement is bally needed here. We should
not have to depend on strangers to see
our own advantages. That they can
.and do ree them, is ore of the greatest pools that they are there in
abundance. But at present we leave
to chance the bringing of those
strangers here to see. If we really
knew our city, we would become so
���enthusiastic about it. that we could
not res beiore we :iad let the whole
world know what splendid opportunities we do possess.'
A visitor to Westminster this week-
has Spoken with particular appreciation ol the investment oppo; tuniUes
Here.      Among these   he  emphasized
Shunting      Disturbed      Four-Year-Old
Boy's   Sleep.
.Montreal, 'May 29.���Moving about
trom ono box car to anotner in the
Grand Trunk yards, Montmorency
street, Point St. Charles, in an effort
to locate a car that would not be
shunted -iway befoie he got1 to alee;),
became tiresome to four-year-old Alex
j Marcovltch last night, and after no
had tried several cars that were
moved as soon as ho got Into them.
ho sat down by the side of the track
and cried. His sobbing attracted the
attention of Constables Perrau.lt and
Lamothe, who took him to the Point
St. Charles station, where the youngster unburdened hiiriself and told Captain Coleman his story.
Young Marcovith lived with his
parents on Manufactures street up to
a tew days ago, when the mother
took sick and was taken to the Notre
Dame Hospital. The father, who has
already been in the hands of the police on different occasions for beating
his wife and non-support, was not
long in falling into evil ways again,
and as the rent was due he was told
to move out.
He and his son then took up quarters in a box car. From what the police could learn he would take tne
boy with him every day in his tour
of the saloons and managed in this
way to pick up enough for the pair to
eat, then when the father bad consumed all the liquor he could get the
boy'would take him back to the box
car. There has been a good deal of
business on the Montmorency stieet
siding of late, however, an 1 it &a*
been a difficult task to locate a car
that was sire to remain in the same
spot, all night.
Early yesterday morning the father
end son started out as usual, but the
lad became tired and decided be
would find a bed for himself and let
the father go his own way. He went
back to-'hls car of the night before
but it had been moved, then he tried
another and had just got himself com-
lorliiblo when the shunters came
along end moved it. He jumped out
and'commenced to cry and it was
then that the poMce picked him up.
Joseph Marcovitch. tbo father, was
later arrested on a charge of vagrancy
and drunkenness, and when he ao-
peared before Mr. Recorder Dupuis
next morning was sen; to Jail for six
months.
Tho ('.'ild will be taken care of by
the Societ-- for Ihe Protection of Women and Children.
Buy These
rom
They are all Money-Makers
RUSSIANS
SENT   TO
STUDY   DRY
FARMING
Lethbrldge,   Alberta,   May   20.���Ur.
' Theodo-e Kryshtofovicli. Russian Gov-
! ernment. agricultural  commissioner to
the  L'nited  States, writes    to  Breed-
| tive     Secretary-Treasurer   John     T.
*leia;��j;s.    Westminster  he   said, of- / ��urns, of the infernn.'ional Dry Farm-
lered tu uleal ��,v% toi- uemtnal   ele-1 his ^jjmgress    announcing, .that   the
-vaVovE.        TtaaVtS the view  we ha\e\ RuMttn   Department    of   Agtlcmuire
��onaVste-n.t\y advocated. 1 ha�� Eent  '"o yo.inR men to America
Elevators.        They   are   something I *o study   dry  farming and  tliat they
definite to work tor.   We notice that \ are now bis guests at his home in Sr
DOUBLE CORNER cornering on
Kigth aveflue and Sixteenth street
with lane at rear; fine view; close to
new B. C. Electric cut-off. Price $2000,
with terms of one-third cash and the
balance in six, twelve and eighteen
months.
I
FINE LOT on Fifth street, partly
cleared with lane at rear; close to
Eighth avenue; one block to car;
size 50x132 feet. Price $1000; terms
to arrange.
FINE RESIDENTIAL SITE on
Fifth stieet near Sixth avenue. This
property has a frontage of sixty-six
feet on Fifth street, with a depth of
one hundred and forty an.l One-half
feet. It is thoroughly cleared and
level; cornering on lane, also lane at
rear. One block to car. This lot is
situated in the heart of tlie residential section of this city and for immediate sale can be delivered for
$2950 on terms of ono-quarter cash
and the balance in six, twelve and
eighteen months.
SEVEN ROOMED HOU3E situated in
a good location with magnificent \ie.v
of Fraser river. Delia, etc. This
house is new and is thoroughly modern, with cemetu basement, cement
floor, laundry tubs, furnace, fireplace,
etc.; leatherette panelling in dining-
room; leaded glass windows: beamed ceilinga; fine verandah with cosy
sleeping porch upstairs. Lot 40x140
feet facing on two streets; cloBe to
car. Price $40')o: $1000 cash and the
balance o\er three years.
Builders Attention !
$100 CASH       $100 CASH
on    Eighth   avenue   near
thoroughly   cleared   and
We have a fine lot situated
Twelfth street, size 66x132 ft.
graded with lane at rear., it Is close to school, ] ark, car,
etc. Excellent proposition for building two houses. For
immediate sale we csn deliver this lot for $1800; $100
cash and the baiar.ee In six months, providing the purchaser will  start to build immediately.
FINE BUSINESS LOT on Sixth
street near Fifth avenue; cleared;
lane at rear. Price only $2000; one-
third cash and the balance in <i, 12
and IS months.
LARGE LOT on Durham street
near Fourth street; size 60x148H f<let 1
cleared. Price for Immediate sale,
$1150. with tetms of one-third cash.
and the balance In 6, 12 and IS
months.
EXCELLENT DOUBLE CORNER
on Tenth street near Eighth avenue;
size l(idxl32 feet, facing on two
streets and close lo car, school, park,
etc. This lot is situated in a very
progressive part of this city and wiil
make the owner a large profit In &
very short time.
Houses
LARGE SEVEN
ern, with biEemes
with lane at lear;
view cf the riv 8 .
street between  El
ROOMED HOUSE,  thoroughly
it, furnace, etc.; new;  lot 5(ixl.",2
faces south and commands    a
This house is situated on Edinburgh
event!] and Twelfth stieets.   This is an
mod-
feet,
good
on Eighth
si/e 60x100
street and
two blocks
excellent revenue producing investment, as the house Is
at present rented for $25.00 per month, and it would
also make a fine home as it is situated half a block fron*
the car and two blocks to school and park, Pt'icQ f, r
immediate sale only $3150. Terms $1)50 cash '���nd the
balance $25 a month. Pui chaser to a��gqr>*
flue in two years,
mortgage
HNE CORNER LOT
street and Eighth a vena*
feet; facing on Figp'.i
overlooking Moody rju-jj
to school and Cur. Price for immediate sale, r |75. Terms, one-third
cash and tb' balance in 6, 12 ar.d llj
mouth*,
NEW ;-jviy ROOMKD HOUSE,
modtrn with basement, piped for
furnace, panelled nails in dining
loom, etc.; lot 43x100 feet; thoroughly clea:ed. graded and fenced; oue
and one-half blocks to car line. Price
$3700. Terms. $600 or ?7on cash and
the balance over three years.
NEW WESTMINSTER
SMUGGLING   BY
CHINAMAN    \N
SEATTLE
Mr. 11. 11. Stevens, M. P., is back east
clamoring for elevators for Vancou-
\6-. Wea minster should be making
no less noise about this matter in gov-
���ernment circles. The government is
to build elevators eomewhere out here
and the place they choose will be the
place that demands them most insistently. Private interests should also be
approached. The people of the prairie
should be accustomed to the i lea that
the Fraser is the naitural outlet for
their grain on the wostern route. Only
by surh means as this can success be
obtained.
It is, therefore, necessary for the
���citizens to know their city. It is also
necessary for them to let other people knew It, too. With these ends In
view it is obligatory that every Individual and every organization, city
Council, board of trade and progressive association work with unflagging
ardor until they are attained and
Westminster is known world-Aide as
the outlet to the grain spout of the
west.
���CANAL   AHEAD   OF   TIME.
From the most recent official reports it appears more than likely that
the Panama Cana] will be completed
some lime before the date set aside
for thai achievement, says the Calvary Herald. In every branch of ��x-
cavlion and rcnsHuction the engineers :: e ahead of the schedule, antl
tliey to m to be getting farther an.l
farther ahead, unless in some cases
Wh>Te they aro purposely slackening
their efforts in older to Ut other deportments catch up with them and
so brii.. all to completion simultaneously,
The time rehired for the excavation of the Culebra cul nas designated .cars ago as lhe time in which
the canal could be completed! That
ent was the crux of the affair, ard on
April l i here remained only a relatively small number of cubic yards li
he dug.out. which ll is confidently ex-
reeled will bo excavated befoie July
��� !.
Thc res! ot tlie work Is in au equally forward condition.     At 'lie twin
locks at <i:iun, 93 ror cent or the
concrete ls In place.   The'e remained
at the end of April only 135,000 culdc
yards to be laid, and   Ihey were putting it down at the rate of 23(10 yaids
���a week.     At thut rate a little more
than a yeir may be required for completion,  thoiii"h   it   is said   that   the
pace can ejtSIlj   be Accelerate!     At
Pedio   Miguel the   ooncrets   of   the
locks is DS per eent  done.    Only  51.-
���O00 cubic yards remain io he laid, and
It. is going dowu at the rale of 2100
yards   a week,  so that   bIx   months
more may tee that, job done. At Mira-
ftorcg only  (12 per cent, of  the concrete Is laid for lhe big twin   locks,
hut. only 532,000 yards remain   to  be
laid, and Is being laid at tho rate of
24,800 yards a week, so that letfs than
six months will be required for completion.
For four centuries the commerce of
Louis. Mo
A. Kol of St. Louis, Mo., assistant
commissioner for the Russian Gov-
ernment. is endeavoring to place these
two young men with two good typical
dry farmers in either North or South
Dakota, preferably with penpie who
will be willing to hoard them and
teach them how to dry farm successfully on dry land. Neither of the
young men speak Kngiish, but both
can speak German fluentlv.
Dr. Kr..'2htofovich anticipates an
early order for his return to Russia to
assist in the plans of the Depar tment
of Agriculture of that, country to conduct an educational campaign In farming communities with a view to Increasing the yield of cereals through
Ihe improved methods of dry farming.
it Is reportel to be the sentiment of
the ftussian Government to establish
a dry farming bureau, and In this connection plans are already making to
send a representative delegation oi
agricultural experts and Russian ladies to the International Dry Farming
Congress, an/1 the International Congress of Fa.-m Women at Lwttbridge
Oct. 21 to 20 r.ext.
BIG  ALASKAN   BD5INESR ,   ,
FORESHADOWED  TKIG YEAR
Seattle, iMay 29.���Indications Of the
tremendous Alaska business expected
this year were furnlsliel this morning when announcement was made by
official- or the Alaska Steamship Co.
,l;:" tl e last berth en the Steamship
Victoria, which Is scheduled to leave
BeatUa for Nome June 2, had been
fold. Already 660 passengers bave
liooiied to m nuriii. hundreds of per-
whlrh recently wkj overhauled and al-
i' red al a rort of ani roxlmatelj S200,-
00C. iti addition to tho'c who have
' '>''! i) lo i o noit'>. li'Mii're i8 f persons ore scn-'ln-; Inquiries '.torn the
east svlth a view- to making arrange-
ments tc visit Alaska ciilirr on business (r i leasvre.
0'hf>- vessels going to Nome and
St, Michael including the steamships
Senator, Mackinaw and steward, also
are likely to have th*Ir fi eight and
passenger accommodations taxed to
lhe utmost on their fi sf voyages.
These throe vessels are scheduled to
get away from Seattle June 1.
Seattle. May 2!>.���Trapped by a man
in citizen's clothes, who asked if he
bad any opium to sell. Chin Lee, a
Chinese member of the crew of the
Norwegian steamer Rygja, brought
out a .quantity of tbe prohibited drug
and was pttt in Irons aboard the ship
at pier 5 yesterday by United States
Customs Officer A. B. Ilamer. Under
recent rulings of the customs department, Capt. E. Mover, mister nf the
vessel, Is liable to a fine of the
amount equal to the value of the
opium seized.
The ship arrived in this port from
the Orient on Friday, and was dis-
t barging cur^C' at pier 5, when a customs officer in plain c'othes with advance infoi mation that she carried
o'ium. boarded her. and singling out
Chin Lee, askAl for the drug. Without; any hesitation the Chinaman sal'
he had a supply, and following the
Omental to his quarters, the customs
officer seized ten flve-tael tins, or five
pounds, valued at from $60 to STO per
pound. The offender was handcuffed
and taken to rollce headquarters,
The Best Way
Westminster Opera
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HARI'.Y    TIDY,    Manager.
GRAND OPENING OF
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the Panama-Pacific Internati-mal Exposition, which lias been organized under the supervision of .lohn Mcljfcrefl,
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has 20.000 trees, varying I oni seedlings to forty feet In height, which
are ready for shipment io the exposition slto hy the various niinorles ol
the state.
Wit Ma the next sixty daya preparation;-, for the garden will be well under y/off, ai Hie present- time a nur-
sery having an area of thim acres is
!"'ing prepared in the Prea.'l'o. Finns!
ami specifications of the wati r supply '
of this nunsery and the green and'
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saving what, Is left.
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obligation.
We give you 4 per cent. Interest, compounded every three
months, on all money you deposit here. Vou can get. 'your
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THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE PIV��
^SPORT^
HARRY HYLAND HAS
STARTED FOR COAST
VVi'c Received from Montreal���Shamrock Player Will Be Welcome
to  Management.
A wire received from Montreal yos-
teniay indicates that riarry Hyland
ha* at lust started 'oi the coast to
piay ior tiie Mm men lieiues. harry
has been a |dn,| of a mystery to the
local exeeu '*\o. Iur the past month,
and It looted for ���.. Dine as lf the
midget piayo" who for the past four
years has aonred i Shamrock uni-
io. m, would he a n'Tbing ieature ln
this season's games His arrival ln
this city will be welcomed by tne
local manager, who realizes that he
nas none too many players on bis
roster lo eop6 with any untorseen
difficulties such as several of the
regulars beine out of the game from
injuries. No place has been prepared
for him and he will havo to show the
goods before displacing any of tne
present team.
He is expected about Monday next.
PRACTICE HARD FOR
GAME IN VANCOUVER
The Salmon Bellies are putting In a
lot of practice these days preparing
for Saturday's game which takes place
on Recreation park, Vancouver.
Tommy GlfTord. who was suffering
fiom a severe attack of dysintery, is
back in the game and will doubtless
displace Hughie Ulfford on the defence. Roth I.alonde and Cameron
were out for practice yesterday with
the jireen shirts, although neither extended himself, and both were absent
from the regular workout. If Cameron
is unalile to play on Saturday, his
place wjll be taken by Hilly West.
Unusual inteiest i8 being shown in
the Terminal City over tiie approach-
in,; ionlcEt and the reserve seat sale
So lar i. greater t'nan any previous
Bale in years gone by. The appoint-
mem nf a referee has yet to be announced, although it Is possible thai
Vmj men will be engaged.
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* BASEOALL. ���
Northwestern Leslie.
Won. I.st. I'ct.
Portland    23    lil      .543
Vancouver  ������ -'������   -'->.    ���fi:t4
Tacmna 21   -��      r'15
Victoria *1    -'0       .515
;V.utl?    19    23        ����
.Spokane 1"    --       *l'&*>
Yesterday's Games,
M Spokane��� R. H.E.
Spokane  9* 12   4
Staitk.  3   '.I   3
Batteries: Kiaft and Uevogt;
Thompson, Mclnor and Whaling.
AI  Seattle��� R. U.K.
Tacoma  0   .'*   i
Vancouver  4    8    U
Batte ies: Ball and La Longo;
Claik and LewU.
At Victoria��� R. H. K.
Portland -   ,!   ���**
Victoria   4    K    3
Batteries: Veazey and iMoorefl Wilson and Meek.
MIND   YOUR   OWN   BUSINESS.
Don't Pick Aces  Off a Poke.- Player's
�� Hal.
"Ot*. thing which the west does het-
ter CMS rny other part of the world
:i�� to mind i;�� own business," saL'
Coi. Kirby, of Butte, at the Hotel
Washington. "When gentlemen are
playing poker, or when they are en
Kage(] In bringing a pi ivate feud to n
successful conclusion, the man wno
has live I long In western minlne
���ramps maintains an aloofness which
is irreproachable. w:lte3 J. W. Gilbert
ln the Seattle P.-I.
"The role of Innocent bystander la
������ilanaeror.n erough anywhere, hut
when a spectator piles Into lie Intvf.
carles of a poker game In which hc
has no chips, or takes a partisan view
of a little dispute with guns hetween
two f angers, he Ir simply beckoning disaster. In Butte it was an uu-
wiitcn law that fentlemen should
settle their own feuds and decide
their own arguments over cards,
Butte shn;ly looked on, prepared to
clean up the icom and to summon
the coroner, but always In an Impartial und Impersonal way.
First Lesson in Etiquette.
"Mj first lesson in the etiquette of
poker was gained in Butte under eir-
^���umKtanees thtit Impressed my juvenile mind deetly. Even >et, ��<vhen 1
eat Welsh rarebit, my nightmare
takes the form cf Interrupting a poker
game with some comment upon the
.uuestlm of whose turn tt Is to deal
<or insisting that a straight beats a
flush.
"Coming directly fr6m an eastern
college to Butte in the   early.dnys,
my e.lucatlon had not   recelvel ithe
polish that It rcsfjCBses today.   I was
��� gregarious ln my babit3 ' and leaned
. strongly toward    unbosoming  myself
of my iWivnteMoys and sorrows to casual acquaintances.   I was as talkatlve
as a family parrot and   1 seii  great
store hv my youthful opinions.
Playlnq for Hlqh Stakes.
"I wandcrad into  tho  Combination
gamh'ing 1ioue�� ono night and was attracted by a group ot men   playing
poker at one end of thei room. There
appeared to be plenty of 'spectators
at every,{.ame but this quiet  poker
tournament.     Somehow,   the   crowd
kej t away from the table end left a
e'enr passagowav  behind the player
whose   back was    to tihe front   en-
tnnce,   lt struck me as   old. aa a
casual   glance  nt  the  table   showed
that, tho men were playing for high
stakes.
"Peon lt dawned upon m�� why the
crowd held aloof, although the full
Import of the situation  Bid not Im
press me. The man whose back was
to the- entrance wore a broad-brimmed hat, and stuck behind the crown
and renting on the rim was an ace . I
I remember now that-It was the ace of
spaces and that the point: was downward.
"This player with the ace of spades
perched on his head covering seemed oblivious to the fact that he was-
uttiacting attention. Spectators who
started toward the table to watch the
game suddenly caught sight of tihat
ace and instinctively got out of the
way.
Strap   Beneath  His Open Vest.
"They would pussy-root gingerly
along to the side lines, so that the
passageway behind t'he man was kept
clear. I also observed that the man
who sat opposite him wore a strap
which showed beneath his open vest.
Afterward I learned that the strap
was the support of a revolver holster
and that tlie gentleman was fully
'heeled.'
"The thing that I missed In my
youthful survey of the situation was
that the prudent bystanders expected
that there would be some shooting
when th�� ace was discovered by an
opponent, and that they wished to be
out of range when the bullets began
ito move. That was why they keot
aloof from the table and "keid the
space behind the nwn with the ace
cleared. This did not come to me
until a few moments later.
Fascinated by an Ace.
"I watched that ace, fascinated. I
wanted to go up and pick it off tlie
player's hat and to hand lt to him. I
conclude! that the game was avoided
because cheating was ln progress, and
I looked upon the crowd as collectively lacking In moral stamina and
nerve. Finally I could stand It no |
longer, and walked right up behind
tlie player with the ace.
"Mv approach to the tahie was
noted with interest by the crowd In
the Combination, but nobody at.temnf-
el to stay my hand. Butte, as usual,
win minding Its own husine'iS, und
purposed not 'to interfere with any little private enterprise whieh ! had
marred out for myself.
" 'Pardon me. sir,' I said In my polite?! tone. 'But you have an ace in
I he back of your hat. Permit me.' 1
therefore picked off the card and
handed it to the player.
Ominous Hush In Room.
"Thete was an ominous lush In ihe
room. It come.I as if for- a full minute everybody held his breath. I was
blissfully unconscious that 1 was the
center of public interest rave that In
!i n i.anc-rmcnt cf true snort I was
setting rWnsta right Suddenly there
'���as a rir.-h cf feet, and one of lhe | ro-
piictcrs of the Combination appeared
beside me.
���"Don't shoot, boys; for heaven's
sal:6 don't (boot:1 he e'e '. 'He's lust
a fee! Icy. I.'e don't knew what he's
.'one.'
"The ive i la cr ���rn-*' and toox*d
���** m*. roldly from head to foe* and
from foot to Lead.      I  felt tbe Mood
THE
$152#SUITS SATISFY
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
coming to my cheeks and 1 grew shivery up my spine.
" 'Uo you pack any hardware, young
man?' asked the ace player after he
had looked me over.
Looked Like an Accusation.
"'What���what's, that?' I aflked, not
getflng hls meaning at llrst.
" 'Are you incumbere I with weapons?' asked the man. 'Your act. cf
pfekinr; aces off my hat where there
weren't aces looks a3 If you were accusing me of cheating. Nobody oan
do that and brag about It any.'
" 'Why, 1 saw an aee on your hat
and thought perhaps you'd lest it,' 1 j
replied. ;
"The man Looked puzzled.
" 'Look here,' said he, turning to
the proprietor of the place, 'what
does this cub mean by talking ab^ut
an ace on my hat?'
" 'Why, since you want to know,'
leplied the propiietor, apparently glad
to make an explanation, 'there was
an ace standing edge up on the back
of your hat. Half an hour ago. when
Bill tossed a deck of cards in the air
after getting his full house beaten a
card lodged on your hat. I pu/oposed
you knew it was there and wanted it
left to bring you luck. A gent of
your standing in Butte can wear aces
anywhere he wants to and not aiouse
any suspicion that he was holding
out. This young man didn't understand and wanted to get that ace back
into the game, that's all.'
Blue   Streak   Hits the Stairs.
"'What I want to kno>v,' said the
man wearing tho gun holster, 'h lf
we are going to linish this pet. This
sport to my right has raised and I'm
plumb eager to tangle destinies with
him. 1 don't care how many aces
you have on your hat, and I'm fully]
competent to prevent their intioduc-
tien into the game at Inopportune moments. Let the boy go, Tom, and
look at your hand.'
"While this pacific talk was going
on I was sidling toward the dcor.
Pretty roon there v. as a blue strea't
of humanity hitting the a airs and getting outsMe. I soon discovered that
It was I who made the streak. My
getaway is still regarded in Bjtto as
the tandard of ��������� op* speed. I simply faded from thc scene ���-. I heard
nolhlng more P.hot* t*"> ire''ent
Butto took no occasion to remind me
cf my misplay. but, i ersenally I felt
r. rood cTe;i li';e the msn who had
mistaken ��������� flnger bowl for a bowl of
lemona.le."
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
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If you require ready money and have an agreement of sale It will
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Minor Leaguer Holds Unique Record
TT la not unusual for a big league
pl%yer ^p .rsmalfl with Jhs fame
team for eight, nine, tef! or eleven
years, but Instances of a minor leaguer
���ticking to the same club for eleven
seasons are limited to one, just one.
Doc Wiseman, the Nashville outfielder.
Is the possessor of this unique record.
Wiseman started ln Nashville in 1900
and has remained there ever since, being given his release recently.
It Is doubtful If Wiseman's record
will ever be duplicated, for lt Is more
than unusual to flnd a player who for
eleven yeara Is not good enough to go
higher and yet Is too good to go back.
Ten seasons, anyway, without showing
��� i.Tiis of deterioration.
The records show that ln the eleven
years Wiseman was In 1.401 cames._p(
which the largest number played in a
single season was 142 each In 1907 and
1910. In only one year, the first, did he
fall to take part In less than 100 games,
96 being the total then. Doc had a reputation for his regularity, missing ���
game only through Injuries.
lie went to bat some 6,000 times. The
figures as to the exact number cannot
be had, aa the "at bats" In 1902 are
omitted by the guide. However, ln ten
seasons he was up exactly 4,724 times.
The year 1902 excepted, the runs made
by him total Kl, the largest number of
which Were made In 1*01, when fie
Crossed the plate nlnety-on? times.
Fifty-one. in 1908. were the lowest he
secured in a single season. *:1
Mack Calls Bender Most Dependable Pitcher
CONNIE MACK says that "nig Chief Bender ls the most dependable pitcher
In the country Ha Is always ready and In condition to go In and pitch a
first class article of ball. He is now in flne shape to help the Athletics win M-^
ether pennant h >
The Three Warblers
CONFER, WILSON
and BAUER
Vaudevilles Greatest Singing Act
GARY, DeGRAY and
O'EARREll
���1
Novelty Music and gj|
Singing Trio   ,
ROSE WASHBURN
CONTRALTO
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GO TO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
4���NEW. PHOTO PLAYS���4
3-SHOWS OillY-3'l
2:45���7:15���9:00.
10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
FINES FOU FOUR
Amur PLAYERS
(Continued irom page one;
atcci, their presence, which tenos io
.ill the coffers of both clubs, will be
elsewhere.
In a letter to Treasurer Ryall yesterday, the commissioners etatec
thSy were not going to toleiate any
such misbehaviour aa that of Friday
last, and that severe penalties woul.l
be ban .led out ln the future to any
I'layer who transgresses lh any sha>e
or manner.
It is probable that in Saturday's
game tliere will be a Judge of j.lc:
as well as a referee, the former ofti-
cial to look after such work as was
pei formed in the opening game. Tne
commissioners recommended this
change. Hie clubs to stand the additional expense. It. 13 very probable
also that every person except tbe two
oUicials and players will be kept outside the aiena so that there will be
no repetition of the crowd mixing
with the players as happened laBt
Friday. Even the trainers, will have
to occupy seats In the bleachers, although it is recommended that they
be within easy access of the Held so
that tliey may assist in surgical work
If necessary.
Questioned yesterdav, Manager
Gray declined to express himself on
the subject other than to say that
the managers of bothr clubs had been
instrumental in appointing a cfommis-
slbn and that what, the commissioner*
say ��oe��. Lacrosse will come close
to baseball rules on Saturday afternoon when Alex. Turnbull,' or whoever
the referee may bo wlll be seen
satisfying himself that the fines have
been paid before the itdilty players
ean participate ln the second game of
tbs series.
FORD
"Safety"���spell it the new way and it's
"F-<>r-d." Certainty of operation--strength
and lightness, made possible by Vanadium
steel���simplicity of construction ��� these
make the Ford the safest car in the world.
A reason why every third car on the highway this year will be a Ford.
All Fords are Model Ts���all ali ko except the bodies. The two passenger runabout costs 1775���the five passenger touring car ?C50���-the
delivery car $875���the town car $1100���f. o. b. Walkerville. Ont., completely equipped. Cataiogue from Ford Motor Company of Canada,
limited, or direct f.om Walkerville.
VANCOUVER-CARRIAGE and IMPLEMENT COMPANY
343 FRONT STREET. PHONE 965,
E MONET ��y��
FRED DAVIS
The Man  Who. Saves  You  Money
535 FRONT STREET
Near the Market, but out of the High Rental District ,
Here is a chance to get what you need for the home at priests that
will suit you.   Note th�� following:
Gpldtpp. Oak DreSscrs, size of mirror 16x20, top of base (t*��* [?(\
3^U��& with*three large drawers  ... ��pO��OU
Commodes to match  ..$2.75
White Enamelled Bed wl.'ih brass knobs 4 feet 6 inches, am j-#v
fu:i size; spring and matt:ess complete   *P *,��0"
White Enamelled Eed with epu;- brass knobs and collars, and brass
rails; full si/e; spring and mattress complete. This ***** r\ ng
makes a good outfit  ^ 1 V��iSO
Wardrobes in golden oak or early English, 36 1nch.ee *< 4 t?A
wide, 78 Inches high; large beveled plate glasa door   *P* * ��Ov/
Couches upholstered green velure  ��Ptt��^50
English Oil Cloth (I Import direct), per yard :. 25c
English Linoleum (I import direct), per yard :... 1.406
All other goods at equally low prices. .
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T    PAGE SOL
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THUBS3AY, MAY 20, 1312.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New West-
���  minster District.
' A certlflcate of indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on tlie   20th
day of June. 101L', 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 anv part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmln-
Bter, B. C, May 13. 11-12.
Tbe person or persons having in
their custodv or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
eame to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. Sth July. 1004, from
the Hritish Columbia Corporation,
Limited. (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65, Croup Two
fi), Nev Westminster Distiict.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for Applicant.
neer and City Assessor having   been
adopted by the Council.
Notice is heieby given that the said
reports are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia   street,   New   Westminster,
B, .C,  and    that   unless   a   petition
against   the   proposed   works   above
mentioned  signed   by  a   majority  of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged In re-
j spect of such works   representing  at
1 least one half in value thereof Is pre-
I sented to the Council within   fifteen
days from the date of the lirst publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed   improvo-
i ments under such   terms and   condi-
i tlons as to the payment, of the costs
I of such improvements as the Council
I may may by bylaw in that, behalf reg-
j ulate   and   detei mine   and    also   to
I make the said assessment.
Dated this 15th   day of May, 1012.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
Clty Clerk.
1     Date of flrst publication   16th May,
1912.
A Little Sage and Sulphur
Makes Gray Hair Vanish���A
Remedy for All HairTroubles,
CITY
Local
OF     NEW
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
WESTMINSTER.
Sixth
The Municipal Council of the   City
of New Westminster having by reso-
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice ��� Fifth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster liaving by resolution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sew
lution determined antl specified   tnat,erg nn(j works contingent thereto on
it Is de��irahle to carrv out the follow-1 the following streets:
Fifth street from Third to Sixth
avenue.
Fifth avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fifth
stieets.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
And that satd works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
"The Local Improvement General By
law 1912,"
And ttoe City Engineer and City As
sessor bavlng reported to the Councll in accordance with the provision*
of the said bylaw upon the sale
work's giving statements showing tin
amounts estimated to he charireablt
against the various portions of rea
property to be benefited b.v the saie
works and other particulars and th<
said teports of the said City Engineei
and City Assessor having been adopt
ed hy the Council.
Notice Is hereby given tbat the sale
rei orts are open for Inspection at tin
office of the City Assessor, City Hali
Columbia street. New Westmlnstei
B. C, and that unless a petitloi
against the proposed works abovt
mentioned signed by a majority o'
the owners of the land or real prop
eity to be assessed or charged in re
spect of such works representing a
least one half In value thereof Is pre
sented to the Council within tll'toer
days fiom the date of the lirst publl
calion of this notice tlie Council wil
proceed  with   the  proposed   improve
ing works of laying Main Stoim sew- j
ers and works contingent the;eto on
the following streets:
Sixth stieet from Clarkson to Sixth
avenue.
Sixth avenue from Sixtli   street   to
Third street.
Fourth stieet from Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina stteM. from Third st:ect to
Fourth street.
Fifth avenue from Fifth   street   to
Sixth stteet.
Lane US feet north of Fourth avenue between Fifth and   Sixth   street.
Blackford street lrom Sixth   street
to FI*!'! streets.
Thitd avenue from Sixth stieet to
Fouith stieet.
Lancaster street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
St. George street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Liverpool  street fiom  Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Queens avenue from Sixth street to
Fourth street.
Cunningham     street    from     Sixth
street to Fourth stieet.
Agnes  street   from  Sixth   street to I
Fouith street.
Vlrtoila street from Sixth street to l
Fourth street.
Carnarvon street from Sixth   street
to Fourth street.
Clarkson  street from   Sixth   stteet
to 'Church street.
Who does not know the value of Sage
and Sulphur for keeping the hair dark,
soft and glossy and in good condition ?
As a matter of fact, Sulphur is a
natural element of hair, and a deficiency
of it in the hair is held by many scalp
specialists to be connected with loss of
color and vitality of the hair. Unquestionably, thero is no better remedy
for hair and scalp troubles, especially
Eremature grayness, than Sage and
ulphur, if properly prepared.
The Wyeth Chemical Company of
New York put out an ideal preparation
of this kind, called Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy, in which Sage and
Sulphur are combined with other valuable remedies for keeping the hair and
scalp in clean, healthy condition.
If your hair is losing its color or
constantly coming out, or if you are
troubled with dandruff or dry, itchy
scalp, get a fifty cent bottle of Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur from your druggist,
use it according to the simple directions,
and see what a difference a few days'
treatment will make in the appearance
of vour hair.
All druggists sell it, under guarantee
that the money will be refunded if the
remedy is not exactly as represented.
Special Agents, D, S. Curtis and H.
Ryall.
"VOTES FOR WOMEN.
WHEN YOU ARE SICK.
A Nutshell History of I1'* CreM  Fi^ht
For Suffrage.
Much   wntf>r lm-   run under \V-��t-
minster   Bridge   sineo   John    Stuart
K'.M   entered   the   lists   as   the   first
champion of women's suffrase in the
House of Commons.   This was as long i
neo   as   lrfG".   when   the   Mrs.   Pank- |
burst of to-day had scarcely learned
the art o! dressing a doll; and still
lhe   will-o'-the-wisp,   "Votlj.1   iur   Wo- j
men." eludes capture.
Nine years later, in 1376, the bantling was crushed under the weight of
an adverse majority of eighty-seven;-
and a good many years were to pass I
before our legislators would  listen  to j
such a proposal,    ln 1897 the tide had
turned; a bill conferring the suffrage |
came   triumphantly   through   the  second  reading  in  the  Hov.se  of  Commons with  a majority of BPvenly-oW;
two   years   later,   the   rajnrity   had
A Few Simple, Harmless Home Rome- ;
dies.
There 1* u  happy   medium   hetween
Buffering In silence and Intuiting a doc- ,
tor's office   Tlie drug bablt ls not admirable,   but  equally   foolish  ls lt to
let ills become Illness.
Here nre a few simple home remedies, harmless, generally effective and
Inexpensive.
A bud cold can often be broken If a
teaspoonful of powdered ginger In a *
cup or hot milk Is taken at the first |
symptom.
Another quick cure ls a half teaspoonful each of bicarbonate of soda
and uromatle spirits of ammonia taken
PRING CLEANING.
Work Should Ee Arranged In a
Methodical Fashion.
DISCARD USELESS ARTICLES.
Have on Hand a Sufficient Supply of
Dusters, Brushes, Brooms and Ammonia���Provide tha Workers With
Kneelers For Use When Scrubbing.
NEW     WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Dated this   i.'th -'ay of   Ma-   1H12
\V.   A. miN'CAN,
CHy  Clerk
Date ot first publication   K.th May
1012.
And thai said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions  0f!ments "n(lor Slicl1  len"s !'��'1 condi
the "Local Improvement General By-1 "oris as tfi tiie payment of the cost
law 1912.!' I ot sii'-'h Improvements as the Council
And flic City Engineer and City As-1 raa.v bv by-law i.i that behalf regular!
sessor  haling   reported  fo  the  Coun-j and determine and also to make the
oil in accordance with the prorfsloasf HJ�� assessment.
of   the    said    b> lv.v   upon    the    c;-i.l '
works giving nt at e.ments ehowtng ehe\
amounts  estlmnte;l  to be  chargeable \
against the vai Ious   portions   of veal!
porperty lo be benefited by the said'
works  and  other  particulars ancl  the
said   reports  of   the  said    Clly   Engineer and City Assessor having   been
adopted by  the Council.
Notice   is   heieby   given   tliat.   the
said  tepcrts  are  o;.ea   for  inspection j
at    the   office  oT   the   City   Assesor,]
City    Hall,    Columbia    stieet.    New j
Westminster, li. c, and that unless a
lietitiun against   the  proposed works
above   mentioned    Blgned by    a   majority of the owners of the   land   or j
real    prot erty    to    be    assessed    ori
charged in res; eet of such works rep-
resenting at  least  one  half  in  value
thereof  Is piesenled   to the   Council I
Arrival:
10:30���Vancouver  via
Closing
N.  P..
 23:00
grown   to   114;   ni-1   last  year,   when
the Conciliation  Bill was put to the j of hit If a lemon and a half teaspoonful
test of a second  reading, '12*i  M.P.'s | of soda.
marched into the "Aye" lobby, while      Bruises and cuts onn bnve no bettor
only a paltry eighty-eight said "No'     trentmeut than to apply turpentine im-
I mediately.   It will  sting, but it will
cure.   Cloths wrung  from  turpentine
Spring cleaning may be un evil, but
It  ls  u  very   difficult oue  for  mauy
ln a half cupful of hot water as soon   housekeepers to escape, for it ls renlly
a77,f?' '!,Pr,d'       , essential  from  the hygienic  point of
A bad headache can often be cured
by drinking it half glass of cold water
to which   have been  added tbe juice
CITY
; Local
OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER
Imorovcment     Notice���Fourtl
Street Storrn  Sewer Aria.
The Municipal Council of the Citj
of New Westminster having by res
Ol ution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carty out the tollowing, works of laying Main Storm Sew
ers aiid works contingent thereto or
the following streets;
Fourth Etreet from Clarkson stieet
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth uvenue (torn Third to Fourtl
within fifteen  da>s from the date of i streets.
the  flrst  publication   of this   notice j    Fouith   avenue
the Council will proceed with the pro-1 Fourth streets.
from    Second    tc
posed    Improvements     under    such
terms and  conditions  as  to the  payment  of  the  cost    of  such   improvements as the Council may by bylaw
in that behalf regulate and determine
and  also to   make the   said   assessment.
Dated this   lfith   dav of Mav, lflU'.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Oak   street   from   Fourth    to   Fifth
avenues.
Third    avenue    from    Second     tc
Fourth streets.
Pine street   from Third   to   Fourtli
: avenues.
j     Peaison Etreet and right-of-way.
Queens    avenue    from    Third    tc
I Fourth streets.
Roval avenue from Third  stteet te
Date of first publication  llith  May,, Wlee ravine.
1012.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local     Improvement
Cunningham   street   from   Merivale
street to Fourth etreet.
Agnes street  from  Merivale street
��� to Fourth stteet.
Dickenson    street    from    Merivale
Notice ��� First   street to  Blackwood stteet.
and  Second   Streets  Storm   Sewer    |     Blackwood   street   from   Dickenson
Area. ! street  to Carnarvon  street.
The Municipal   Council   of the City j     Carnarvon stieet from Merivale   to
of New Westminster, bavlng by  reso- j Fourth streets.
lution, determined and specified that It | And that taid works he carried out
is desirable to carry out tbe follow- ��� In accordance with the provisions of
ing works of laying Main Storm Sew- the "Local Improvement Cieneriil Units and works contingent  thereto on ; law 191
the following  streets
Second street fiom Royal avenue
to Elgin street.
First street from Royal avenue to
St. Patrick sireet.
St. Patrick ftom First to Third
streets.
Fourth avenue from First to Second streets.
Arbutus stieet.
Emory  street.
Thin] avenue from First to Second
streets.
Queens avenue fiom First to Third
streets.
Manitoba street.
Peele street.
Bonson street.
Park Row.
Vancouver street.
Glanville street.
And the City Knglneer and Oltj
Assessor having repotted to the
Council in accordance with the pro
visions of the said bylaw u-on the
said woiks giving statements showing the amounts esti mated to lie
chargeable against, the various portions of real property to be benefited
by the eaid works and other particulars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer an.l City Assessor hav
lng tven adopted hr the Council.
Notice ls hereby then tbat the said
reports aie oj.en for inspection at
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B, Cm and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real property
to be assessed or charged in respect
Royal avenue from Third street to   of such   works  iepre3enting   at  least
(McBride Boulevard. one half In value thereof Is present-
Leopold Place. led to the Council within flfteen days
Ani that said works be carried out j from the date of the first publication
in aeordance with tlie provisions of j of this notice the Council will proceed
the "IalcbTI Improvement General By-1 with the proposed Improvements unlaw 1912." I der such terms and conditions as to
And the City Engineer and City As-jthe payment of the cost of such Im-
sessor having reported to the Coun-! provements as the Council may by
ell in accordance with the provisions i bylaw ln that behalf regulate and de-
of the said bylaw upon the said | terminate and also to make the Eald
works giving statements showing  the   assessment.
amounts estimated  to  be   chargeable1     Dated this   lMh   day of May. 1012.
against  the various   tortlnns   of real'' W. A. DUNCAN,
property to be benefited by the said ] City Clerk,
works and other particulars and t'-e '     Date of flrst publication lfith May,
said  reports  of  t'.:0  said   City  Engl-   1912. -   .
'; 40��� Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
2:00- Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .20:30
0:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E.  It.
(daily except Sunday) .11.15
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily excepit Sunday) .11:15
?:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
.6:15���United States via G. N. It.
idaily exceot Sunday)..16:01
11:40���All points east and Europe    (dally)      8; 16
42:43���All poiuts east and Europe  (dally)    13:15
li; 40- -Sapperton    and    Fraser
.Mills      iduuy      except j
Suuday)    8-.lt;
L8: II)���Sajipeium     and     Fraser
nulls       uliiiiy       except
Sunday)  14:0(i
11:40���COqultlam       -daily     except   Sunday i      8: U>
I 12:U0���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds   idaily  except
bunday)        11.15]
0:0(1���Larlnei. Port Guichon,
Westham Island. Bun
Villa  14:301
14:00���East Burnaby idaily except   Sunday    14:30 |
tt):(H>���Timberland (Tuesday end
Fridayi    13:3n
10:00���Annieville   ��ud   Sunbury
(daily e.vcepi Sunday) .14:"0
0:00���Woodwards -Tuesdav,
Thursday sod Saturday)    14:30
16:45���Vancouver, i'iper"6 Sld-
luu vln u. N' it.
(dally except Sundav)   !4'Si'
11:20���Cloverdale sad Poit Kells
via G. N. R. nUtlly except  Sunday* 14:01.
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday mid Km-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   ( T-sesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake edaily except  Suuuav             lfi:0(
18:00���Edmonds    (daily   .except
Sunday)   lt;':00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper .Sumas,
Matsqui, Il'viniiiigilon,
etc. (dailv except Sunday)  23:00
,6:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine idaily except
Sunday) 9:46
l6: 16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:46
Ui 20��� Chilliwack, Mttaer, Mt.
1 .ehmu, A Idergmove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdule.Langley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry HIM, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. II.
(daily except, Sunday) .17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday)    17:30
20:40���Cloverdale   via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and     Alta
Vista    23:00
Thus the "flowing tide" is with the
ladies: nd it F.'enis not unlikely Hint
before long the struggle whicli" Mary
Y/ollstoiiecraP, began more than a
century ago. with her "Vindication
of the Rights ol Women," will be
crowned with victory.
While our English women have
been waging their long battle their
sisters in other lands have already
captured the prize. Nineteen yenrs
have gone since the first woman registered ber vote in New Zealand;
the following year, 1894, Soutli Au.s-
U'.alja took up the running; and West
.\ujsln��Iia momi iu 1990.   ^33
Ten JiaTi ago lhe Wumen of New
Soutli Wales won the trophy; and in
tlie same year the supreme prize of
the Antipodes, the vote for tlie Ked-
ernl Parliament, vvas awarded to women.' Tasmania still withheld the
boot): but siie. too, succumbed to the
inevitable in the autumn of 1903, and
CJueeuslnnd lias since followed suit.
In South Australia the rights of
Mieir sex to equal treatment have
1"\tl splendidly vindicated. Laws
nave beer) passed to protect women
H'.'ninst brutal husbands; to remove
the ban of illegitimacy from children
when tlie parents marry; to make
betting under the n?e of twenty-one
illegal; to prohibit smoking under the
aae of sixteen; snd to make it criminal to sell opium. These, and many
others equally designed to strengthen
the position of women and children
in the eyea of the law.
Iu West Ar.stra!'a woman ha.- lieen
put on the samp footing us nan in
the matter of divorce; and in New
Zealand ladies now sit by the side nf
men in the Reporters' Gallery of the
House   "i   Representatives.
In the little Is!-- of Man, Woman
has stnloyed the ; - litieal franchise for
more than  thirty  years;  and  in  the
ther  island* as  fmr apr.rt as Jersey
;���.::.���!   Iceland   she   is   man's   po:,:,  ..
equal.
view thut carpets should be tuken up
and beaten und cleaned, heavy curtains
taken down und cleaned before belug
put uway for the summer; repaperlng,
painting nud whitewashing done
wbere necessary, floors' stained and
repolislicd. etc., only to mention a few
Items to which attention must be paid.
Tbe work should be nrranged ln a
methodical fashion: also arrangements
should be made to have the cleaning
carried out wblle the family is from
home, for It 1* manifestly unfair to expect tbe Kerrunts to get through the
work of housecleunlng nnd have their
ordinary work to do at the sume time.
If. however, lt Is Impossible for all
tbe members of the family to be away
the rooms should be done systematically, so Hint the whole house shall not
be In u stale of upheaval, for, although
a mun may appreciate tbe fact that
his bouse is dainty nnd attractive In
nppenrnnce. he usually falls to realize
tbat a certain amount of work and
Helpful Suggestions Concerning Things trouble ls essential to keep lt up to tbe
Around the Horns. height of perfection to which be has
If yonr gloves cut or wear nt the fin-   grown accustomed,
ger tips its they do with many who pre- j    There ls one grent advantage of a
fer a long flnger nail turn the Angers   spring cleaning, and that is the neces-
Inside out after you buve worn them   slty for going through nil the drawers*
aud bot water can be frequently ap- I
plied.   For n cold In the chest rubbing
with turpentine nnd lard Is excellent.
I-'or a burn there Is nothing better
than currom oil. which ls nothing more
thnn equal parts of linseed oil and lime-
water.
To prevent infection In a ent perox- j
Ide should be applied nt once.   Equally
good Is pure nlcohol.
Eor Indigestion quick relief Is often
bnd by dissolving a large pinch of salt
on the tongue. v i
-m*��   ������  '���"
THE BEST  WAY.
Oddities   of   Welsh.
The o".it�� erroneous ideu tha* Wtln'o
i�� a tangpagji of consonants probably
ar'ufes from the number rf w's it contains, according to a Welshman in
Tiie London News. "\V" in Welsh
is generally���and always between two
consonants���a pure Vowel, sounded
like, "on" in English. Thus "cum" is
���"������ pureed "koom," rhyminj with
"boom." What is really one nf tin-
mo t rymarkHble features about th,.
Wel-h language is the number nl
VowpIj which can come together, In
English three vnwel= in succession ate
not often met with. In Welsh it is not
uncommon to find four rr five���e.g.,
ill "ilywiadwr" (governor). Here
each of the five vowel* "ywlnw" li
pronounced separately in "rapid sue-
c.s.-hoii. Here are four lines, consisting entirely of vowels, made by (
onwy Owen in the eighteenth
tury:
(Vi   wiw   v.-y   a   weuae.
Ir.eau o ia. ai e ly?
Ienau <�� ia. ai e ly?
A'i  au i  wuu ei  we wvw?
once nnd apply bits of court plaster lo
ench tip. This not onl.v keeps the nail
from piercing the glove, but the threads
from ripping us well.
To mnke clothes balls for removing
spots from clothes take fuller's earth,
dried untll It crumbles to powder,
moisten It with lemon juice nnd ndd n
small quantity of peorlnsh. Knead
carefully, make into balls and dry ln
the sun. Moisten the spot to be cleaned with wnter, then rub It with the
ball and nfterwnrd wash out the spot
In pure water.
To clean knives tfiat have been stained by vinegar ur fruit wash them and
then rub them With a freshly cttt potato nnd nfterwnrd polish on the knife
board In the regular way.
To remove stubborn grease spots on
the Htove  rub them   well  with coarse
Hll It.
To economize on conl keep n Fprln-
kling ciiu filled with water In the -oal
bin and wet llu- coal before putting it
Into the furnace. The duuipiiusH luuUtM
a hotter Ure.
A Collapsible Straw Motor Hood.
The  new  motor  hoods und  bonnet!
are so soft and flexible that they may
r-
eeu-
f-n-Fickable Pocket.
A ron-pickalile pocket i- tli3 bi*��->l
Kcvhsh invention. Jewelry aud vilu-
ables. it is claimed by tbe inventor,
ean l*e carried iu this pocket without
the slightest fear of robbery hv pick-
pockets.    The  pocket  can   I*  Applied j ,fwm,qVkKm HOOD ��� onxT AVU mlt
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEWS       j*4��
al.ke to coai. vest or trouper-, but
mire particularly  to tbe  latter.
The device consists of a .-cparnte
pocket beneath the ordinary imusvf.-t
pocket. Tne under pocket ha- its n;��Mi-
rng normally closed by prcis liutt-.i-
or other la.-tenings, wbich aie <"'im-
coaled by a flap stitched tj the [xsrlcet,
opening.
This is arrsnge-1 to he tucked smav
inside the first or ordinary pocket, tithe lnwer s id a of wliich it i-< secured
by otlier fastenings. The outer p->r-
th'ii -f the flap is made ot /-imihir
materitf) to the gnrment. wliiih pre-
se:iU the appearance of having;, iti
the case of trousers, an ordinary side
seam  pocket.
(he
MIKAW
\ in*   folded   np  and   tucked  into
��� INKliSt
'IThe quaint Quaker hood Illustrated
j l����if .grny and pink strsw. with n fHe;-
, lug >0f pink tuffelH und trimming of
i *W9 umi rose gluce taffeta.   .
ond making u clearance. Every member of the household should make a
point of discarding everything for
which he or she has so use. for there
is nothing more Inimical to real tidiness
than the hoarding of quantities of unnecessary and often utterly useless garments or knickkn.icks. It Is well to
remember In this connection that many
charitable organizations ure glad lo
bnve nnd nre prepared to collect unconsidered trifles iu tbe way of cloth- ..
lug, etc.
Tliere should be a sufficient supply ot
rubbers, dusters, house flannel, dusting sheets, scrubbing brushes, brooms,
ammonia (which Is simply Invaluable
for all kinds of cleaning! soap, metal
und furniture polish, etc.. so that
everything will be on hand with which
to do the work. Remember to procure the requisite outside help If tbere
Is more work than one woman cun
reasonably get through with. Last,
but by no moana b-nst. provide tho����
who are working with kueelers for
use when scrubbing.
All  tbe  blanket* should be  washed
: nnd  those  that  nre  not  required  put
awny In tin lined boxes, with enmphor
Strewn between  the folds.    The mat-
' tresses,   pillows   and   bolsters,   falling
I more through cleaning, must be well
beaten aud  brushed lu the open nir,
While the mattress corers. etc.. should
be washed before being put buck on
j the beds.  The bedsteads must be thoroughly scrublK'd und the Irouwork rubbed over with paraffin.
All pictures, etc.. must be taken from
' the walls.   The walls should be brush-
eel down with u soft broom round
' which has been tied a clean duster,
j und where necessary tbey should be-
' nibbed down with a stln" dougb of
I flour und wnter. All tbe furniture, of
] course, should. If possible, be removed"
from the room, being well dusted und
I washed with vinegnr and water.
i The carpets should be lifted nnd
I beaten nnd lhe floors well scrubbed.
; First brush tbe floors well to remove
1 nil dust and bare ready two pall>j ot
i warm water. Make a mixture witn
! one part of lime, two parts of sofr
! soap snd three parts of silver saud'
nnd scrub the floor with this. I'luce n
j little of the mixture on tbe boards, rub-
i thoroughly wltb a wet scrubbing
: brush,   rinse   with   clean   water   nndi
wipe dry.    Tbls Is particularly guodj
for whitening the bonrds.
Were C!*v��r 8m-����glfni.
Ficlfsh  sniuglding   hn��   Morie*   ���� .
imiii-ing   rs   Hie  -recent   Italian   itioi-
il'tit.    There ij. fo- instance, that of
tli > tioves on  wbicli  dutv  wns  never,
paid.    An  uuent  lxj.n-.lit 'the consign- j '* **����������� which ulso furum oue side of
ment   nl-nuifl  nn.i   shipped  over  only i u   *"'tf   "f   matching   wstwial.      The
' straight edges of botb Ike veiled nnd
A Sewing Bag Tsa Apron.
A coquettish looking lillie tea apron
-which includes a hewing or fancy
work bug Is of half oval shu|H�� nnd
laruly mure than u balf yurd long.
KJ. ilnll doited bwIsr. eyelet embroidered muslin or fnwy cotton voile
iJakes the npron proper, which muy be
trimmed nil nrouud In (lie usual uuiii
r*r -with a Ince edged self ruffle, a trill
of��'i<le Ihch or u fluting In lingerie uud j
then moun led upon a lining of rose. I
bio*,   green,   maize  or  muiivp  taffeta
It's a Safe Playground For Baby.
Keep the bnby from bumping lilis
head ngslnst tables and chairs with,
one of these luxurious pluy boxes Honl
with shirred silk over cotton batting.
The play box has no bottom and
moves readily on casters, und tbe tides
lhe b'ft-lisml on".= 1<i Unglnnd. The
wer.' duly seized l-y the custom* and
eventually put up for Salf No one
want1 d odd glove*, h: J it was ea-v
fcr those in the pint tn acquire them
nt a nominal ptice. Tben, after u
suitable interval, the right band
glovs came over, similarly sold und
���found their long-lost partners.
unveiled pieces of colored silk or mitln
nre trill finished so that wbeu turned
over JiiwUward to the distance of two
Inch**, stitched down blindly nnd run
through wltb satin ribbon waist strings.
the I nig upixni may be- worn with ell her
side aattnuni according to whether the
Wenrer of it is serving tea or is doing
fuuey work
Bring Windsor Cattle Up-to-Date.
A new .sjifco of apartment* for the |
Prince of Wales has been prepared
recently at Windsor Cnstle. The provision ol these rooms is part of an
extensive scheme of alterations and
improvements which is now approaching icnlization. Notable nm nig the
improvements are developments in
keeping with the spirit of the tunes.
Ho comprehensive are llie chances
that  it is  now considered  that  liUle
rtruciiiral   alteration   will   be   uectn-1 double these prices uud a
saiy ler some yeaw to come. the sume stylo.
THK NICW PUT BOX.
Porch Candlesticks. , "r��' f.00 high for the small occupant to
Porch candlesticks made of eunmel- i climb or full over.   When not In use
ed metiil iu while or red come hi tall j 'bis playground mny be folded up flat.
tnble height or Hour height, the bitter ���-���___	
ubuiit live feet.   The ciniiliesllcks lmve ! For Icing.
glass globes nml come Willi single i When the Icing becomes too hnrd to
candle bolder nt *'.'. with two cnndle ! sprend easily, soften It by adding n lit-
uims, $'..-,(i und with three ��(���,.'.'.-.. Elec- tie water drop b.v drop. Beat lt con-
trie cmidi-stleks nf the kind cost nliout i sf-ndy while adding tbe water.
��� mude in '    If the Icing Is too thin It mnv be ���
  thickened by adding powdered sugar. ...
*ggfr i ihi ��, ������. x-jmmm^.-
'' >���" m**********************,
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
ftr*
PAGE SEVEN
To Readers of the
Westminster Daily
This publication is now owned by the NATIONAL
PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LTD., a corporate
body, the directors of which are all well known business men of this city;
The National Printing & Publishing Company are
in the field to produce a Live Morning Paper worthy
of the Royal City. It will be a Strictly Independent
organ looking ever to the interests of the community and the broader issues at stake in our midst.
The National Printing & Publishing Co.,
Ltd. is capitalized at $125,000 in shares
of $100 issued at par value.
At present it is the intention of the Directors to
subscribe the sum of $20,000. This will put the
paper on a satisfactory basis, and the city will then
have a morning publication second to none on the
coast.
WANTED!
Every leading business man and citizen to subscribe
to an organization which is to devote itself to the
promoting of the city's welfare. Mr. Jas. R. Duncan,
who has been appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the
company, will be glad to give you full particulars,
and show you wherein the new organization will
make good.
Write or call up the Secretary at the registered office of the company, corner of
McKenzie and Victoria streets, 'Phone
999 or 669
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 854,
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
street, second and fourtli Wednesdays, at eight o'clock. Visiting
P. A. P. S. welcome. F. 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, ls held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel-
( lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,.
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room,
Trapp hlock.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specitlca tions, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. OfTices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander JackBon.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. EdmOnds.
fffeCANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CC
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22/
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
w
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTER,
solicitor and  notary, 610  Columbia
,    Btreet.   Over C. P. K. Telegraph.
I	
j WADE. WHEALLER, MrQUAHRIE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor!
Westminster offlces. Itooms 7 and I
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets: Vancouver ot
Ocps, Williams building. 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler, W O McQuarrie. G. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
*.. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle 10
a. m, and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. in. and 6:30 p. m.
Leavea Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
a ED. GOULET,
i    Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paciiic.
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
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weetmlneter Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RE8ERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada tind
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago end Spokane,
U.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Letters of Credit Iaaued, available with
correspondents In all parte of tlie
world.
Seringa Bank Dspartmeat���Deposit*
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 8 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
BOARD   OF   TRADE���NEW   WEST
minster Board ot Trade meets In the
board  room,  City  Hall,  as  follows'
Third Friday  ot each month;  quarterly meeting on ihe llilrd Friday ol
February, May, August and November nt 8 p.m.    Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February.   New
members    may    be   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   S. II. Stuart Wade, secretary.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CAB/NET   MAKER   ANO
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611   Victoria Street.
1 Over Dally News.i
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Weetmlneter.
Westminster Junk Company
IV'lfl give you a square   deal    on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cer. Ath and Colnmbia
TRY
TR\
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DMHJT
CITY OF NEW WESTMIN8TER. B.C,
�� G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
', WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Rhone  661. Bex 778
NEW WESTMIN8TER. B. C.
BIG   CAR   MANUFACTORY
LOCATES   NEAR   WINNIPEG
\
Tboy make doo d because they're
made 4ood���wUb seventeen years'
praciicnl paiat-makini mixed into
them. Tbey cover more, wear bet*
ter indoors or out, and last lonier.
Me��,^e tbe cost ol paial Hfit-by the (ime it will last sad
rtXbe paint^and yon will Und yoor money's bill worth in
i ML
Pure
Paints)
b
Hadeiafortycojor, ^ffffjgj^ 5 * ^
Maple Leal P��W�� ����� ��W *** * ^ **** ^^
ANTEB slid only by people wbo casnet
���Jiord   to sell  poor. paints.
Diremi vaimsi & cowa ca
UmlfeJ, ot Tuoste
V
>. -
p
it
il
it
Winnipeg, Man.. May 29.���The New-
Era Trans-It Company of New York
-nd Buffalo, bought 1000 ao'^s yester-
I'a" rnnrnlne from AItre Benard at
Henard Siding, (hlrty nii'ps west on
'he m-'Jn line ot the Canadian North-
���..,    ^,.|,...,���   fo���   s-ioo ooo.  and   will
erect on this property an extensive
(-���>- "ani'fnctu'injr nlint lw��std��i Nlb-
sidlary concerns which will ,f.:o.'.uce
iriNor power.
These plants will co=t, a-bove the
outlay ct the land, over $250,000 at
tho flrrt. but tihe company declared
this morning tha.t the money to bo
��rent within a vear or two would run
Into millions, The work will be started at. once. Surveyors and engineers
are now on the ground beginning operations. About 2500 men will be employed in the plant.
Rf LIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.'
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 86, In the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of tbe loss of Certificate of Title Number 10432A, Issued In the name of Christopher
Brown, has been filed In thla office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of 6ne month from
the date of the firBt publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate. unless in tho meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C.. May 11, 1912.
Sold by Anderson & Lusby
Objected to Soldiers.
Aschaffenburg, Germany. May 29.���
A Turner's festival hold yesterday In
the n'lffMiorlng town of Ilaibalch ended at midnight in a battle between
the peasants and forty soldier spectators. The peasants bombarded the
soldiers first with beer steins and
la ��r with revolvers an.i shot gunB.
Thn soldiers had their side arma for
self defence. A largo number were
wounded. A detachment of -troopa
hurriedly called from this city finally
rescued the soldiers and brought them
back to the barracks.
ON GHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24  Mclnnle  St.. City.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
r��'.phone  ��   11S   Office:   Princess St
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit knd workmanship guaranteed.
NOTICE!
There ls no connection   whatever
between the City Dye Works and tho
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    G. F. BALDWIN,
845 Colombia Street
Spring lamb, Beef,
Pork Mutton, and Veal
AT THE
Cental Meat Market
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner. Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue,
PHONE 870.
X Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Eetlmatee Given.
811 Sixth Avenue. Phone 587
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C,
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BU8INES8 RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST ....  ....   .....$5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
���RANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER
J FAOft EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 30 1912.
���
FLY TIME
WV**Z7
t^.TT?1^
Screen Doors, Adjustable
Screen Windows and
Wire Cloth
���SOLD  BY-,
Anderson & Lusby
B.&.M. FISH
Red Salmon, half or whole, rer lb. 10c
sliced, 8 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Halibut, 3 lbs. Tor   2'ot
Fresh Cod, V-i or whole, per lb. ...8c
Point C.'.ey Herring, l lbs 25e
Koyal Sturgecn, ter lb 15c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
City News
KEYNOTE
PF SVqCESS 13 FOK'ESIOHT, ABE
YOU FORKfcmTlTEO ENOUGH TO
INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS
THROUGH  AOCrOENT   TO    YOUR-
belf, youh employees, ov*
yoih: live stock, betteh come
in and consult me. i specialize on insurance.
Alfred W. McLeod)
657 Columbia 8t.,
Phone   62. Ne*   Westminster.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4%A110WD
ON ALi DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
A large gang of city ���employees are
at work on; Twelfth street preparing
for the permanent improvement of
that itho'ioughfare.
The Educational club will meet at
the home of H. Wintemute. 410 St.
George street, this evening when a
debate on co-education will be held.
George L. Cassady delivered a lecture to the La* Students' Society,yesterday afternoon, his subject being
the law rit evidence.
'      t-
I?on*t forget (he auction 'sal���� of
high class furniture and household'
effects to be held at 621 Carnarvon
street, at 10 o'clock this morning. T.
j. Trapp, auctioneer.
At a special meeting of the (executive of the Progressive association
held yesterday afternoon, IMr. K.
Myers, of this city, was unanimously
elected assistant to the honorary secretary.
Mr. W. Anderson, secretary of the
V. M. C. A., went east yesterday In
order to attend the national convention of the association, which is taking place this year in Winnipeg.
The summer schedule on the Fraser
valley branch of the B. C, E. R. will
not go into effect in the first week of
June, as was Intended by the companv. Very little alteration in the
meseiit schedule Is sail to he con-
temilated by the local o.fuials.
A young man from Sumas who
readied here when the circus came ir
In T.o'iV�� custody charged with having
stolen the mare he was riding. H?
was at.lred in the approved picture
book style of itha woolly west when
arrested, and wlll appear thb morning
In the pollce court.
How about your garden ? Ring up
phone L184 and get Tidv. the florist
to (|i:ote you prices on the best stock
that is grown in V-e country. The'
make a specialty of hanging baskets
and window b��xes. **
Next Tuesday evening the mefflber
of the Westminster Automobile clu'
will meet in Cunningham hall for thc
Purpose of discussing matters generally, included among which is C'e
s"j,gestlon for a joint run with 'ihe
Vancouver club to Seattle du.ing the
Potlach week.
Cre of the now Etor.m wagons purchased by the cltv for hauling crushed rock, got in difficulties on Eighth
street yesterday, the hind wheel sink-
l��g in "the soft eaith over the Iiuj.
After tha necessary delay in securing
jael'S, the vehicle was place.l on terra
flrma none tlie worse for Lhe accident
The  fnfr  white  r.lnne  facing    unci) j
the We*fininster Trust  block H b'Sw-
ly cMCvy.lnn up the f. au\. \-. or'.c of rtee.,
and ts now above lbe    second    V'.oor
I.teanwhUe Uie.   distress    signal    still
Ries aloft, tbe faded union .TacK bslng
st'.ll flown upside down aa it has been
for t'.'e past (ew weeiss.
Two youthtul offenders whose pli
fcr'.u; *>'��� Grandview and Inlet al Mission had brouuht them into trout.:<
with the provincial lOlice, \'.>ie yesterday Ordered to be sent to the de
'tention home a1 Vancouver by Mis,
Honor .fudge Howay, They were
brought here last wee'.; from Mist-ion.
Definite Information Is being awaited bv the publicity commissioner re-
gardlng the exact date when the May
hay rictuies will be shown here in
the or era house. As the matter no>v
st;.nds it ig likely that Friday or Satin 'ay will see them on view. President Human, of the boaid of trade,
and Alderman White will speak briefly during the- evening upon Westminster and its Industrial development.
The Carnegie library is undergoing i
a thorough spring cleaning. The b.-.se-
inent llQS been painted nni kalso-
mined, and there anpeaig to be thee
spaolous accommodation for storage
purposes, it is possible that this may
be converted to other uses late- ori.
The cupola on the roof 13 being
cleansed an I painted, and with the
walks already trimmed lt only remains for the approaches to he set In
o-d<T for the whole place to he In
ship shape as far as appearance goes.
* Miss Cave-Browne-Cave i
L. R. A. M.        A. R. CM.
I Member of the Incorporated  Society !
of Musicians  (England).
|   (Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)   j
I Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, I
i Singing,   Theory,   Harmony,
! Counterpoint    and    Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY .CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
i !J*MUianr_%jii,M!ivm
m&.&mii\eo<?
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,   ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
t 9 * ��� ������
V J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music Houses.
i    ��� ��� "
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES. RUBBER BRUSHES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POW-
DERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table,
RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Phone 57.      New  Westminster.
to
Our Women's Ready-to-Wear section has built up a
reputation for having the newest and snappiest clothing at prices that are a constant source of surprise.
Our lines of Summer Goods are exceptionally large
and well worth an inspection.
Special Showing of New Summer Coats
A fresli consignment of thelatest creations in coats for the warm
today.    They will give you many new ideas as to s ty'.es and values.
weather.    See    these new garments.
WOMAN'S AUTO COATS of natural linen crash;
close fitting collar; double breasted eight-button
style; plain collar and cults; two large patch
pockets; an ideal coat for dusty weather. Special,
each 35-00
WOMAN'S COAT of fawn repp; large V shawl collar; in'.ahl with tan linen; large cuff trimmed to
ma.eh; fastened with three large tone bu'etons with
centre of tan linen; panel back.   Price, each. .$9.50
WOMAN'S COAT of white repp; fastened with four
large white pearl buttons; \ lain collar and revers:
stitched cuffls;  two patch pockets. Special eacb $6.53
WOMAN'S COAT of fawn cotton poplin; large sailor
collar; with o\e;- effect cf heavy lace; edged with
two-inch band of black satin; cuffs to match collar;
tour-button fastening; plain straight panel back:
With two buttons at waist line.   Price, each ..$11.03
the women who really count most ot
ai!. who are really doins things most
worth whil�� for ths world's ptogiecs,
are no:, ln S'.xh   a   department,  anu
wen't be there^for they are not pic-
iur��i:que.    Tie';* are a  quled lot,   tne
watnen who really count, but an editor
can tind tliem It he chooses.   OnJe .vny
la  to   liavo  him  to  v,o  vo    any   public
scliool,  visit uny  imi��     nnd   aak   the
natter  to tntioduce hlm   to a ChlM
who is well cared tor;  wbo la polite:
wbo  >s considerate  of oth-sifc.    'I hen
let him ?o hotne wiih tbat child, and
he will meet one of the '>vomen wno
.cun'.' one who teaily counts." ���From
th.e Girl's Own  Paper   and   Wotnan'S
M ��azlne,
New Dresses for Girls in Percales,
Chambrays and Ginghams
CIRL'3 D'.'.KSS of fitie percale; one-piece rtyle; low
neck; trimmed collar; belt anl caffs with plain
chumb y; full skirt; . in shadoj of i Ink and grey
Rf.i-ic*:  slze3 (I to 1-' years.    Kach  $1.50
GlK^S' U1NGEAM DRESSES in pin!;. bltfe an'!
navy checks; whi e embroidere 1 collti.', with trimmings on front; pipings of white on culT:., bell and
bottom of'ikirt; sizes 10, 11 and 12 years. Each $3.53
MAY VISIT CITY.
��� UKO
of Su'^eriand, Grest Landlord.'
Coming to Ccast.
Through tih? medium of tbe boarn
cf trade, an invitation "as been extended to the D'.ike of Sutherland to
usu the Hoytjl l ity during his briei
stay on the coast. The reply to Secretary Wade stated that the Itinerary of
His Grace was much taken up, but
tnat If he could ttn.l time, he would
certainly visit the city. This Is his
second visit to the coast within a
year, and It is undersiool he Is making   heavy   Investments   throughout
British   Columbia   r.j   well   as   tne
prairie provinces.
Next to tiie Duke of \\ estminster.
the Duke of Sutherland ranks as one
or tno largest landowners in tne
D;ltish einpiie, His wife, the Duchess
of Sutherland, is regarded as "ne oi
the mi;i'i beautiful women attending
the Miilish couit and her social at-
Taiis at Slafforj House. Lonlon, are
the envy ot the 6iw in Kngiish society.
Come Ww years ano, the Ottke nut
Duche s vacated their palatial country
man.shion at Trcntham, Staffordshire,
owin^ to the polutlou of the lllver
Trent, and since then he has been
continually traveling around the
globe. It i3 said that he intends to
bund himself a residence somewhere
In the Dominion and there srend the
remainder of his life, lie is a thorough
Rportrinaii, a crack fho- and was
formerly master of thc North Stafford-
Shire Mounds.
gland
in City  Limits
Four and
a half acres, all cleared, under-drained and planted   in
potatoes and small fri.it; new six roomed house; larue barn, chlrken
houses and other buildings. City water in bouse and barn. This is
below market value.   See us at once.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
USE
Na-Dni-Co
ROSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
See Our Window
PRESENTS MOVING PICTURES.
Manager Tidy  Says  Only  Best    Wil!
Appear In Opera House.
High class moving pictures ate to
be ths a.traction at the opera house
timing tlie sutninei season, an.! the
first | rrsontatlon was mnde las: nl.'.h,-
Mr. Tidy appealed on tno platform
during the evening ami announced to
tno.-<. present Just what lib Intention
war. l| is intended to have only the
best pictures, th�� sam�� as are DSed
nt the Dominion In Va'nouver. it has
been said that the Vancouver lionise
is the largest In the world. Mr. TWy
sM.i ihat. Rushton's orchestra bus also
been <-r,i\*ipe:l fur th'e season, and will
(Onnt.st or ten I ieces. There was :
large :it"-ndance during the evcuinj
and there la no doubt the Efforts to
procure the best pictures thai; are In
the markel will be appreciated by
t.ie p.;,b!ic of Uie city.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Uloufc.   441 Cblumbla St.
New Westmlnscor. I.'.C.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Uurnaby ncrea;e Is gettlflg senrre and like most pood
things Is In pretty stiont; demand. It won't be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have been sub
f'.ivlded Into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to fict almost any price he may care to as!;.
Five Acre
Do Not Waste Money
Pave a little systematically, for It Is tbs stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   ror   wbat   ls
needed now aud to Invest for wbat shall be needed ln the fa
tore.   Money cannot be Invested until It Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVJNG8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorlied Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, cornsr Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR, General Meneger D. R. DONLEY, Locsl Mansger.
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN
Women   Who   Count.
"It is '.: habit We have nowadays to
glorify women who 'do things.' ;n   we
say.   A | aper lies before mo now with
a department   celled  'Women   v, tin
count.���   it says:   'This department is
Cevoted  i" women    who   are   doing
tihlUgs    worth while,   who  co.mt   tor
Ipmetfcing   In   the  worlds  progress,
Then i    tells about 'A Woman l>u;.i-
scape Gardener,' 'A Woman Magician,'
'A Famous Woman Writer,' 'A Woman
Speaker,' and ko on.   All (IiIh Is vary
Interesting;, but why Is net such ft department   oalled   'L'nueutil    Women,
and thus no:  mislead    a thouirhtlesB
public'.'   For tlie 'wam<;u who count,    '
t
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
I'.etween Hastings road and the liurnaby Lake tram line, la about t!ir>
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Burnaby Lake property ls selling at from 13000 per acre and up. We can (ptote a price
away below that, und we can give good terms.
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C.
THC
JCWCLCR
Electric Railway.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timher and Trading
Compnny and will continue the business with a larger and moro
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD. j BP,mSHCANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,   Automobl.e
and Marine Insurance.
TELEPHONE 904.
.Mills nt Vnncouver, Now Westminster  and  Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
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