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 NBW .WESTM I NSTK'J
!R, B. C.,-1
Two Hundred of Western Canada's Best and Brightest
Gather to Enable Dominion to Take Hold of Opportunities Held Out By Pacific Roteu-Mayor Lee Hard at
Work-^Mr. E. H. Heaps Chairman.
WIFE BEAM 6EK
WW DOZEN
OPEHfJUR
IJriibil crime Is Hue to l)rJr
an's SliOuIder  l��i��Ioea
Recovering.
��Wv
CfW^T^lta.j jmi 28.~Nearly,twb  for the tutttr* ���prqiwrity of Canada."
���hundred etrdn^^preaentlng ;ltvwrtt-/ln att^ buatsfafj^jsaepaftthentt must
ments of mHlloAwof dollais in luhi^rr'. *drlt,*arm>(mIoi��jMfegeth0r and-muet
IMS;  KrWn^,toning,  mercantile ^iid tbe well o?gantl^'<imd well faanaged,
'' ra.lioqft lyimfflitbe brawn ahd'hfa'n' and in'n, big ^country like this,   we
of weatefi/'C^liljWa's most succWSfitf riwuid   folio* /thst' *ul<��,   8a,d    Mr.
���'.6t$��^Mtt)oiaa;-?��k.gathered, ip Calgary.,jXeapa.
flw. tfteSPaiiamataftai conference. ... iffi* C. .and Canal.
^rlz;dM'veterans   of   the   lH��b��t?.i,,;'!(& fregiHUR *nye. a v6ry compre-
JfOt.1 tbem- #/#��,
|i|j*ib��r:.-baro4*>f;|
ftfarmbrs who-eamo
ani Canada in the daya pt' the
eoboonwft'. WUfH
��
:*m,      .   	
, wagpus  and   prul*^^^^^^^^^^^
hoatestoate.l'^nd eweated untilV.g(gri
hitif wwaJiH branch from what *fld
I been ptfr��i"'frai:te, ahd whtfiaft^ .>��^amr
'!,th��w fcroatf aift��s�� 6y*tbousanflarat��;��S
'Men wboi wore .chaps and worke^'in
tbe toundup, "-.whfle* oarlj* lftte^lcnew
SM)re of thoprqngli ways, of th*" cow-
camp attd th6 corlflj than;flit finances:
merehant  kings whe atartgd'   In    a
tsnall  way3 with the, west land *aa\e
grown up with the country; barifeeta
wltK'th^r.iffeefs oy. the pulse    of
. *��ateijjj. tana-is, t&fto who .c^n feel
*.leveled-.'.bliki' ed? # piles, to   be
'   present at^a klfeveiitlBtt/ <.
^^^s   atithcfltlfip, men
Publii?'
high   in
nwnaad'
.Wat ��Mhr
circle!  wltp, atudy
western5, :iiffli|td��'��
tbem%n��re
*'.'P0*��? in,the
fBar
The eqftference Was called to order
byC A. t>aa��. president Of the 'Cal-
g*ty Boar* W-Traile, wtrtef the *��*-
picea citwb&iiv'^na, .uo'pmence la
called. He thtiH>|yBicved Ma^or Mitten, 'Who-tornndty-'^leqibQil^h^.^.^
: gates ��� ^..<SOMwj;;'. ..<
The wnv����t|on .���fciii*&' down to
baainesa in r^wripg^WJjp. Heap*,
one of the beat kttcivrti lumbermen on
the Ame loan Continent, has been
elected  c'aainnan.    A.   N.   Mount  of
elation ot eveiTy* industry to
Industry,  which,    he
- -���...w.��� -.m.-^'01 *U tJ*e lndus-
^e^ffltPfitffcld. .v
i ^^fealoj'awiilm dealt with the canal" from aMfriflaji Col&mbia stand-
int, whll* L. p. Strong told or the
etlngs W*aai*K to the .calling of the
iv��tW��,*heal*ahr%r>poslUon that
had beeh met with and overcome, and
the'hopes held by all as to the outcome of the convention, which was
of the utmost importance to every
busmen man in Canada, and espe
cially Ih,western Canadia.
BO.YS AfJD GIRIS NOW
mm holidays
After pleading guilty U��
of   brutally  beating  hla
Rultock, A  lilacismlth,
mixnlMf eentencfc'.l to th��5*.
hnrd labor with six lasl
irate Edmunds.
In sunimlrig up hi
ing.y  commented
which Bullock 'had
er in all my exiperl
��aid the imaglsira:
with  a crime ��o Sli
committed. You, Bu'
man. I have ever
and   1  sincerely
last."
Bullock   was   a
last after he  had
juries upon his imi
itifiTicr.ee  of llciujj
Mra. Eullock, ,iM9^^^^H^H|
diwlwated ar..cl ^'jrij^^j^aetlned cuts
about the face''.^Sgg^th is ..xecover-
Ins and was a^i$f)*pB'e*xr. In -co.urt
yesiterdey irmrntiiK;.     ,'
READY EOR EEIf
Maimer    Dominion    l>oy  JSiipeOte*���
l��re|��npr for Invasion rrom West-
.*
ntinwtjiT and Vancouver.
I-ord   Kelvin 4ri4   Sapperton   l*e��k
Ip���IMksIiiK of Old City   k
��� Landmark. I �����:
	
All 't*.h 'aoijfrlara   snro������a *jjn   :u-:
Sols: of tho Cfry ture eajoylilit��� i"
,ij��W^>''ii*��i��> 'Wsf' vtut
'W>tt^ian>���,. foil ituttitfaV^^^^^^^^^^^
ii-.rM \n the t- iu:5un* ���stoit ot the citp
��� ;jt��'^i':th��Veici^i^'-,^^i. ^tttiafi^
��on ��4th. the progress: J^tfde dvrlng
the year vao evinced.
, YcWtrday tiwrum? the ilxwd Kelvin
ahji^d, *4ih- ;��pprtiprtate v cfcrem<inlaSi.
���^Vhe ;l��w��r grrstdea htffS| their e��ero!eeii
;to';"the   main   ha.il;  -wWle'the   upjier
Masses kept to thfetr onsfti^ rooms.
I    'fihe closing of th* Sapperton -school
[yesterday afternoon martked the passing of an al ^landmark in the city, as
White Rock,   June   28.���A'4   Is    In
*e*<St*��iet-* at White R��k for a banner j^pminlon E>ay. Th* summer hotel kl*d^U^e''���>rue,h'��� ordia| cottages to*
;i^ad^W'��|(;,'th^''flnal. tiwiiih^s, thw'-ne^
fhC��.%oBi��e igfci.: imtbh;%i room* _,are.
finiehiod aiii'itho ljoats are ' b*4nsr^|
jki<*a  rfeaay  for  the  use  of holiday
Banquet by Di-
of International
>ry Farming Q��ngre*8.
ytncM. Meet
M&fa-'tyml
ard   McBride, j&v.
iumblai'?"iniJ"��oKii
^^^^^^^
contPi
irei
rhe-a
mOs.f'fW>|i��W
lr itlc;v
ii^t'Cc.*
the    lar-
VIneiaV   f��l",
at- short a*
9HB5BS9E
WW��.
Ton
BBHHI
CUBING
PEI
egponded to,h,
<��vAiMir   Bulyo1
.rjfhiteeaao berths
...T.    .,......���      Inr|^��.'^tor>-.o|':;
local  aaalii&rtJon. *i>d wll'   confi��n
nil next *��elc,   Th^acee wHJ   '��$$.
Monday^,     ��� ���.. 7>jj^^^^^^^^
Ii"��;l����#i��r of
 W|)ir siftiB	
liwth, of *hcm poi be ip Calg^y ...
Jayf'in rSttendaiice at tlnk��i*|i|ilMtio^
,.vfee *enderll a ban'iu<��t thii ��vi* ^w*^___m_. - .
-iwrab** ot S*hoar4 Of l&tfsfera^r __&1��*n*r.''*t
xteJiMriMatlobiil Dr/.:F#io(in�� Coh-., -tmtp^.*m >fhah��i
on t
At th������ ih-xl tttteunir of'the " clt*
council.'���'���'Vrt '.'VVH^MMay "tftght. A-lderi
man Wtd^roha^mian of the.' iPark
frmmtXi*^ y>m M^ttl'.l iptari' Stufl
��peckloati<lw for lhe lnit&l pairk itn^
ljrov*n��M��VHl|^'k til ibe done itrlth the.
mone*iiTBjM��We<' foe under the (25,000
iny-'.uivl1.%bjffli y/dn jiaauwl on Jfche 26th
inst,
The'.foUthjeriy ipottion of.' Oue^i'ts'
Park M�� h�� tht ��rst of me .-'op'titi.
spaces to undarjpo rejuven^tjfln; . rhe
rmpr^vena^. ��t^*re to't��otu!s( iif lunger*'
fbrttuhiife aniS the cbtwtruMMnr.of '�����*
hijosNI ���':ilrlv#i>/'��yi dia-gfti.all^'jjQrous ft��*.
pH^k^Stf-m. the corner oip'Moyal ��*!e-
^dpdld place. Un4��rhruahln��
scats, the addition \!t two
:tT  thc  cultivation   of
.'".���",
ord �����
atr^ua'^il to thaT*um ���
reui*atjr-*fl'guf���i��/'for ;'"-
at-
Si
��� tbogfjWbo
shqnet-nre^,i.
minUiter 6f
��he H(?rr. A- JSS
retar)-;' "ftei
minister of
^ftd cBj��*fm:
Boaii^^^^
Blh;? Coi
utherwell
gaskatci
���
mpreh
^tihe fi
a!��   .wljOk-; M&e
activity W*"*
..��i���c..;iii.
unjcipjMtjtBay
���e i^jWestmlw
amatag th��
H����reiritt��
issued jdufti
peri
city; enssae1
���
WATtRfRONT WOffiK
PEN L'P QUICKLY
jJWBMll be in the tfitth<srlh��"ti niij&
hef ibf laembew of Jhliupper tthd lbVir-1 *"**���
&!fagj6es erf;'_Farltolw,1toi8���thai!'%tt!i i
rh^r-pia;, orgsoil.Cilg'afy'iad LetbbriBsf  ;
r
PowW'  Arrives   Herb; Wedwe*.
tllijiT-J'tvlljHittalry' J>ot��Hs to
e prior, tir
rt i. ���������"-
anclali P.
ihtha a*
eht��?enth i:
^JjiM*ft1^fi
tftjtaiken
�����fif.prc.��pe.r
U-AH.pt tftii
'taft'-; centera^K tiSinMm|i.,''la|^rdii(T
���Jh��\"':taJHe' e'eniifrUtSM*by ��� jt*^,;'ji!'i^p|
g^ftit.   8o��th-: y*r;istifwfe^di;^'
���urbiui   distriols;  In r.feilj^fef.;��*'
Borhlnlou.   ,' tlenSi .1#'*'(^pB0^hj|s;i
with   th^   totals  for yim^tifit'wjf^t
an'd EaiStern cities:
'      WCHttTll   Cltl<W.
Winnipeg", Man .....$ Si&sl
Vancouver, B. -C.  ....     t,t.i%,94t*
mt*���   a,3^o^��6
,.43(>.
^Sjf$.ry, -AIRaC.Lf'
ErtJnoBtoH,  Alia.
Victoria, ��.  C   ,
ff
elected  chairman,    a.   mt aiumi  ��m  >ua-v< ~,j ��. ���^ 	
Wncher Cr^eH Is hle'ieptity and-J.R* the .hpHdlny is satd to *mme oi the
  -'������       **   .*���.   ���.k^ii-   v.,.it��   in    M,f.   riit   when
I^vldBon. publicity oommlealaner   <*
ItM 'D��er, It eecretifry.
Mayor,Lee Working,
��� '.-'A *0tamlUeei��. comrote-.i  of i��ayor
\|^i,'-*pt:*K**r. Wketmlnster;   Ms^-or
Arm^on^otjktopnton: K. J. FVeani.
eecteury ��^;^|g. Unitc.l Farmers    df
      $Hlt, Becretury of the
mver Bd��f��of Trad��, and 8. B.
is of rtevejetoke, are at work
ing'-o*'iti* reiolutlons which will
����_, before(the convention. Itl win.
be wor^;*fljrtt>l^rt to fl��l��h. Prom
morning ,:tUr ja^p^'hirt Jt will oe
work tjiat will accomplish something.
"We all teft'^e that It ia import-
apt." said {���hilrroan H?fcpa. "\V��
r^ilUe it in a way, hut no man can
r��aU4e (tbe full iniportaito^ of it. l
waaj in ' EnglanJ laat y��*r, and I
talked of ibe matter with one of the
big ship owners of KhBlanfl, u man
who owns over three hundred -steamers, and he remarked that he only
wished he could form even a faint
idea of the changes to be brought
about by the Panama canal. He said
thor�� was a big fortune for the map
who cin estimate what the opening
of the canal...will mean to the com,
merce of the world, and if a man
with hts experience can not form
a fain? Idea of what U will
how hard Is it for he, All we
o ia try. and try hard, and get
usu to b�� in a position to taka
-jfipUage of our opportunity when
lhe tlmo comes."
Praise for Farmers.
In a whole 16t of wavg tie convention resembles a political campaign.
Perhaps the most noticeable la the
manner In which everyone lauds.the
termor, Mr. Heapp has made a fe*
remarks in which be admits that the
farm��r is the backbone and tn* real
wealth producer, but he adds, "there
are othera."
Mr. Tregillis said that agriculture
is the mighty atlas that carries the
' -whole world on lta shoulders.   It Is
s***********r^^^^^
flrat 'aopotifc built (n the elty When
the .pftbce.itfftt began to ������w. It has
never ibeen a suoceag as An educational building ir. that tihe plans were
entirely ��ut of plaice In the way of
light and  conveniences.
It'was built by the provincial government    and    today    reeeirtbles    a
Vatt-hed-up  affair on   account  of  thel
phenomenal xrowth lr. that ��eetion of]
tine   city   whtoh   has   necessitated   the'
addition of several rooms to tbe structure,   while   during   the  pact  yeax  a
twit was 'brought Hn*0 use to acoom-j
modiate the overtlow. '
��� Xbfi rrew schooil' will be reaidy 4>y
the tbA�� the vacation hfs ende'd; ard
it ia Uhou��ht that theru ��IH,iil plenty
6f roum *or soverel ��� yea*a to come in
thl3 toulldlng.   ��� *
Speeches ^fere mode, at 'both the
Lord Kelvin and the ^a*pen'ton.
schools by tti* school trustees and the
eweretary, Mr. U Avery ^hite. (While
at gkpperton Mr. Pet nr Peebles, an
ex-trwatee, also participated la tht-
ci-ldbration.
4>
wlll   be ,a   day   long   remerrtbere'd lii
the history of  tjits young, and oner-
fi-rtfl^   1AWD.
getlc town.
*T*r-
The foilcwlng is the promotion list
and   lmn(��r roll   .o'f    the    Sapperton
Softool:*!.
Dhlston Hi
Passed to Enirancetv-"Lyle Atkln-
*o i, Martha BubhoJn, Nell Doughty,
Gust TSlotfson, l<eonavd >l��y����n, Data*
Kirk, Stewairt MMJougall, ;id'a Roberts, AVbort Wrightman, Oladys
AVrlghutvah, Hutgh Garrett, ��un*crisa.
Passed to' Senior 4;���Uyle \ Barry,
Constance I>a\y, Valter Mc^onaW,
Ceil M��Rocy. fa Mitchell, ���?.��***.
Bo'berts.
Rolls. of i 'Honor���Eeiportment, wt*
B*iry   ;reg^larUy,'.,��allpy K'.rK;    ;pro-
ndency, Leonard, Harnan ���
Wvlslon IH.
LHIan A4ams, Eva Atkinsoh. Peftrl
Barrie,   Anrt^   ^hatrtbera,   John   Da-"
Butter OfcftcatC' Bessie DUnlopei.
ROADS  IX WJSWT.
1-crd    Monta��me   of   BeaoUea. Vucrtt
Hone Trutlta.
Montreal, Que.. June 28���Oellg-hted
with the reau'it s oTbla several weeks-
tour in the Far Wwt, Lord' Montague of Beaulleu, a barer.' ot Soot-
Ion d ,ia In the city today preparatory
to the Immediate continuation of hla
Journey to New tfdrk and thence to
Lo��a��n. ' ���!
��peai(ii�� about tbe conditions of
roads suitable for motoring, Lord
Monta.gue, wCto Is the proprietor ot
(He' well-known, motor jou mail, The
qkr. 'B��HI:
*T^��e roads don't efclat thet*. There
are, ionly the Irattwaya.;':. Theire WUf
be nb Teal development **TW* West
until excellent main roade' 4r<? laid
down es In Scotland and England.
The independent bu^ihese epltlt of ;i
youn��. natloA 4a' fostered onlyJby.free
thorouith Cares   for     her     eeijnmerce
www
'4-
_JHB ite':..
pj|d S(��l 1? ahlring brlg^��y and th
air ts Irf.sh with t,b* vamg of the soal
and. iife-givitt��'<<i>*o!pi*;
fhoiigh *j&'i-b*aw-il'. If. JK. depot Is
not cfun'tkiotrahr-in'.ffiaet'lt l�� only just
beg)��n-~stin the rallwey company are
now'*���' Aryln�� .to m^ike up for io^t
and have .put nn ��h extra force of
men tn order tb coipfc With the work
and holiday runh.
Flags and feuhtlijjs We flSil-ng, icshli-
drtn are laiigh'.liisr ,*nd piayinp, and it in- __e^^HH
Mta-te �� the.D^mo^iW ^^SJffiSfflgk
matt of ��2orkslVtli;:'wfe'.
Month toT^ta *
^raprovTemeirts.
iitepjued.  with a-lfleasr to �����
lali''.'i|i^ement.��liiif'itQ'',,hoiw .the
ar? to be a^csHHBnodhted1 vnder
changed iSondltWps.
'&?.
��fteipuj||
lmiw*>>ea
?tre��i��;o
tli:'
*M^K^******g***********m
leasee* Newi&a^Jk C.
Hie ' R*a Deer, 'Alta.
,'Nanatnts^i R. ���.
.\*Jr..i
The   Aret':-\Ddiag. to   be  done   Is   to
make  tetitattve plans ln  thha" reg��ad
showing the proposed changes where-
. by   the   lessees  may oo-bpermite  wtib
I tht -city in tho plan, to the aJd\��ntwge
ot  both,  and.  materially
.the expeditious manner in
ptarbor Improve��Bnt -villi''tx
out.        f
jPjfo-Sf U^lh'nkojitiie^ i
j pat^a, 'mSy piwe hijijCore,the i
Ifooleod,  lltfl^	
{ Eastern tttles.
'Toronto, Ont'.  ......".'.....
Moutreal,  Que	
Hamilton,.*ip*it-   .....-".."
.Illtti**'-
'.���������"���tmflamy
���WW:
'l -J  i 7-
>$*\iMg
��-,Sf7rm
' y-)
vey, Rutter. y��nw. "^r-7Lu~An
���whole world qn,u�� snou.ue...  *���--  -.Emma Ebert, ��� *��^*�� ^^*^ &Z
Tus? ll^Ualgnlng in  a lar*ln��l,lne Ge��re,. ^^iS^&K
Community, with every candidate Wll-  im���t,   Eva ; J<>nn��ton., Jofin  W����y
lng the farmers that he U <*e real MW, ^;w* ffeivtoJMO"%*W
ioiler btit with the *rote-ti<mlst oan-.^-A  *m~ttm,*A  i..<Sertr��d^..  Oawwaaj
tihroug'h'aut   the  length  and   breadth
of (he laaA.  '
���-'  "��������� ;    " ' ' "is
RACING MEN FLOCK
TO MINORU MEETING
' All roads and tracks will lead to
Minoru Park .this afternoon, "where
he ov enln?" aaiaion of British CWum-
bUi tfcbys *eaaon wili'W* h��d.   The
^mnipMiiettts made by t^a^ittw^rds
4hla yff 1*ve craatau mucty notice
on ,bb\tl;ildp8 of the hi^e^i,|nd pne
of the*1fr��e4t nd^y IJeta jn'J��a history of ihe: track la recordedJtptt lhe
didate staging thai everybody has to
"be cons^red.
Dangerous Tonics.
At aneUlme'Jt; looked as if reciprocity was to be;'resurrected,,and    the
, faint roar \t tlijjtittpo ;hreake:rp cnuld
; be ho^rd. ju?t as if the  convention
ship wwulfl hn wrecked on  the reef
e\t\ of politica,    This wa�� when  w. %
ty Trepillus,   president   of   the ' United'
1 Farmers Of Alb*rta,    was  spfaking.
Presldeht HeapaVin    a^e^er ' said:
"None   of   ph   Phtwld   tnke  ai.selfish
���view, 'hljt 1r;ik �������   IU4 nituajlo^
fairly   aid iwoi1t; T^trtnontouBly   Har'
^e''-tovr htjndre'a horses'.f^c^f-
parted to, enter the *""WKflMH;.
���ut'd'  ahs^  lover  of horse W f ��
ifoubttasa- %t\re ,the t��5��v��JIW^if
d2��j��iJ Ui#,'<ldr#en c^ the tftBetftg.
 _JSJ�� wl, be rdn frmn Van
*""?-ZZi'iaiiAr'i&��.-irvti4'-.   C>atw4ifeir!r; IcS,viaf <jv*r  th9.'pew;:*l>W,W''
John  Jvanm*'     etn.iiv     mw ��� x ht,   nw lotM-'iUm at hnevoVftoeS e^'.
Stephen* ^^^U-VfJi * Aay S �����Muta iHeW, fl����
B*?l-S     f ilSSKffiT prollfelen-   %h"&��*i*# t& V" ^^\ ^
C>:.      WIU.UUC    .-   v...--,
qhaimtbeirM re*itlartty . and intnc'tuall-
ty, (lertrude pat^r)j4tot, Gwendoline
Go1lfr<<y,' Lew'is Wintrlp, Tossle Uun-
lopt,. Emma p.i'crt.'
DlvMon IV,
'  Erqin Junlpr Tliv  i   i . : i n'hir Third
(ir.' oe^Ser  of    ni.i-rlt)--^lairJorlc    O*-
hbttie, jawofideltpe '^untlitK,    E*ther
?ip����re*, ������Piorie-?Bs*^.Ve^-'ijt(4iawr^
���   V '   - i;
fadrly  ahd iwont  mrmoniWMBty  *i*r   '  v .      ������ ���- ��� .  .^;ji-,
the benent of the whole country andj    ,    (Contlntje4^m pa^e oric)
CVUll hi a'l W Iff   vwv. v      -,���-wr *    *
,m*nv of'thewi.cowilp^ aM^*ani' thft
'���^imtiSbmi* wb mm--.
$&fr Burned  Out.
\Vhlt&?oWF, |4��*., ,J6ne 28.--A r,ov-
e'.nmeht stead gong- wonlckitf V.'^t'. of
here tWitii^el .* loss i'y M��l a'b<tet
live hundred dollare, Tw��? Wt%*
I anT����i peloitgim ^eVaJeftt^fc
1 Ty�����rigli''jpjt *ho fl'/ff'.ls/'UW!:!'!-i'���;������ *AGB TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
Classified Advertising
MARKET
REPORT
���
RATES.
One cent per word for dny.
Tour   centa   ver   word   per
week.
Xo   advertisement   accepted
for less" than 25c.
Birth,   death   nnd   marriage
notices SOc per insertion.
������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���WOMAN TO WORK BY
day for house cleaning. Aptly to
F. A. Jackson, Kllis Blo^k, opposite
Post Office, City.
"TWO YOUNG hADli'S DESIRE Positions as ibookkeopi rs on fruit
farm durlr.K July and August. Address 607 Seventh street, West Cal
gary.
WANTKD���HOV TO DELIVER PA-
I ors. Call at 701 Columbia street,
room 12. betwe n :j and 3 this after
^^^^BfcENT.
SMALL FAiRiM TU LEASE IN
South Westminster, near tpiwn;
houAe, barn, etc., Rood' well of
spring water; considerable mmount
of land in crop, lorse quantity of
hay. Investors' Investment Co.,
657 CoVuirmbla street.
J
l'OR RENT���TWO LARGE ROOMS
overlooking Fraaer ilver, suitable
for offices Or for living rooms. Apply Daily News office.
TO RENT���FURNISHED IIOUSE-
keeplng rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9, Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.   720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 7(15 City.
noon.
WANTED���BRIGHT YOUTH TO ACT
as circulation clerk. Good lo.-itlon
for summer vacation. Apply Dally
News office, between 9 an.l 10 a.m.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE    HE
quire   two   comfortable   furnished
rooms; old country family prefer! ed. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Rhone 401.
ROYAL
WANTED���AN     1HONER.
City steam laundry.
WANTED���AT ONCE. A PRESSER.
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
"WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMMIv
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
W VNTED ��� A WAITRESS. APPLT
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. R
depot.
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
���For Cement Blocks, Brick Chimneys. Laundry Tubs, Basements and
Sanltaiy Plastic Flooring, see J. W.
McCallum. Westminster Trust Blk.,
New Westminster.
EOR   RENT���OFFICES   ON    SIXTH
stieet,   opposite   Dominion    Trust
- block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
EOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
LOST.
LOST���BLACK AND WHITE ENG-
lis'i setter missing on Friday morning last. Answers to name of Jack.
Finder rewarded. Action will be
taken against any person holding
dog after this nollce. W. Townsend,
312 Fifth street.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing In the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications nnd salary re
quired to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secietary  Board of School  Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���HALF-ACRE LOT 53,
Subdivision E, Section Twenty.
Block Five, South Westminster. $350
Cash. Owner, R. Alexander, 2555
Prior St., Victoria.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Offers the following to the
jHomeseeker and Investor:
TWO CLEARED LOTS    ON    SIXTH
avpnue, all in fruit, half a block
from Sixth street carline; 50x120;
price $750 each, one-quarter cash, S,
12 and 18 months.
HOUSE   WITH   FIVE   ROOM8,   LOT
50x120 all cleared and planted in
fruit, half a block from Sixth street
carline; price $1850, one-quarter
cash, (i, 12 and 18 months.
The 'predominant feature at the
! market yesterdiiy was the large .-up-
���ply of poultry, which was the best
���brought in for a long time an'd found
'a ready sale. The rain of Thursday
'.prevented (.'he .farmers (from doing-
'much on the- fanmv and the attendance was ciulto up to the average.
The annual decl'Ine In the price of
d'ueks took plaice yesterday, it appears
that 90 per cent of the duck famKy
are bought up and consumed Iby the
many Orientals In and aroun'd the
city, so that iwhen the canneries open
and- M'r. John Chinaman leaves tenvn
to work therein the sale of ducks
drops  to  the  minimum.
Vea,l and i>ork found a fair sale,
ibut the supply of mutton ami* beef
stiil keeps on tihe scarce aide, and the
little that was brought in soon found
ready ibuyers.
There was a very good supip'.y oif
eggs and 'butter .the former .being
bought  up early  in the morninig.
The good. weather brings the cut-
flowers into prominence, and yesterday's display iwau one df Uhe Ibest seen
in Q long time. The ilsh eta.'.s were
weil stocked with a good variety.
BociiC'.ves vv I'M proj'sably ibe on the
market next week for the tirst time.
Vegetables were not very plentiful,
although there svas-a fairly good supply of new potatoes which sold at
i2 1-2  cents per pound  wholesale.
The auction sa.le�� attracted the usual crowds, while the supply of young
pigs 'brought out attention, the young
animals bringing $2.50 to $4 cach,
according to size.
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack   $1.25
Carrots, per sack   $1.00
Parsnips, per Back $1.00
Turnips, rer sack   �������
Potatoes, jer ton  $20 to $1!5
Vegetables, Retail.
BeetB, per bunch  5:
Onions, per Ib 8c
Potatoes, per sack    $2
Carrots, per bunch  ac
Cabbage, per lb 3c
Turnips, each    ,. 5c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen  SOc
Eggs, retail, i er dozen  35c
Butter, letall, per lb. . '.30c to 35c
Butter, wholesale, ier lb L'Tc
Flsh.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per  lb.   15c
(2 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders, per Ib ) 10c
Sturgeon, ner lb  W>
Blue cod, "per lb 10c
Halibut, per lb I'M
Steelhead, per lb 15c
Smelts  2 lbs. for 25c
Retail  Meats.
Beef, best rib roasts  15c to l��c
Beef, loin   ISc to 22c
Beef, round steak IX
Boiling beef     10c to 14c
Veal 15c to 20c
Porlt      ISc to ?0c
3ugar cure.! bacon   20c
���Mutton     12c (o20c
Dressed chicken, per lb 25c
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, large    0c (n 10c
Veal, small   12c to lS^e
Beef, front quarter  9 to 10-
Beef, hind quarter   lie to 12-.'
Spring lainb   12c to 14>
Mr.tton     ' 10c to 13%
Pork 12c to 12i��c
Poultry.
Geese, live, each tH.fif
liens, small, per doz 5(1 to $7
Hens, large, jer doz S3 to lit
Chickens, per do;-. $1 to lfc.BC
Broilers, per doz    $3  to $1
Hens, live, per lb 17c to lilc
Chlckana, live, per lb llie to 31c
Ducks, dozen   $ii to $f,
Ducks, live, per lb 15c to 17i
Tl
Heredity Among Musicians.
Heredity was perhaps never better
exemplified tban in the case of the famous composer Beethoven, the son of
[ji tenor, who was the son of a bass.
Bach came of a family of bumble musicians, beginning, it is said, with a
miller. Haydn's father was an amateur harpist In humble life.' Mozart
wns the son of nn ordinary capellmeis-
ter and teacher ot the violin. The
father of Rossini was a horn player in
a strolling company.
| CATS PAW
m RUBBER
UMHHEELS
Tread softly -     US,*** I
Step safely, fearsi
CATS PAW RUBBER SOLES I
Embody fhe patented features
of Cafe Paw Heels.     ��n
Their Relationship.
(Irnndma���Well, Charley, you're an
uncle now. and I suppose you are proud
of It. Small Charley���You are mistaken,
grandma. I'm not nn uncle. Oriiinl-
tua (in surprlsei- Why uot'/ Small Charley-'Cause sister's Imi f Is n girl. So I
must be uu aunt.���Chicago News.
An Aristocratic Bank.
All tbe clerks at Coutts' bank tn London, where the king and members of
the royal family bare accounts, must
be clean shaven and wear frock '.'onts
(hiring banking hours. No bunk in tbe
world bus so inuny arlsloTutlo customers as Coutts'. Practically every
member of the bouse of lords banks nt
tbe famous bou.se iu the Strand, and
no other English bank has so many
foreign aristocrats on its books.
A Mean  Friend.
1    "Will you loan tiie $2'.'"
"No."
"Then will you lonn me year revolver to commit suicide with?"
'No You'd piiwn it and get your $2
that   way." ��� Louisville   Courler-.loiir-
ual.
| 	
't Is n lucky eel that escapes skinning Tlie best happiness will he to
escape the worst misery.���tieorge
ttllob
Not Trained.
Recruiting Officer���You understand
the first duty of a soldier ls strict obedience to orders. Yo'i buveu't beeD
used to tbat. have you?
Awkward-.Nope-thnt ls, uo, sir.
You see I never married.���Philadelphia
ltecord.
The Trouble.
Tilwyer-Don't you think I acquitted
myself well in Unit trial! friend-
Very well. It I.s a pity you didn't do as
much for your client.-^Baitltuore America a.
Wis* and Otherwise.
A  %if,t man acknowledges hls mls-
tnkai* ft fuotisb onu tries to convince
hlmwilfftnt ho wus right.-Pittsburgh
PoS A
It may help some to offer ptiz^s for
the largest number of fliss kilied during the season. It would in our opinion, be vastly nfore productive of goo I
to offer prizes for the elimination of
breeding places of files, which of
course means prizes for the best condition of neighborhood cleanliness.
TEACHERS   WANTED.
'"la'e teachers wanted for the New
Westminster schools. Application's,
stating Qualifications ard salary must
reach tho Secretary's offlea by noon
of TuesJay, Jul;- Sth.
L. AVO.'IY WHITE,
Secretary  Board  of School Trustees.
New Westminster.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
Furnished for attractive enterprises
In all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water anl
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timbei,
Mining. Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond, Debenture and Stock Issues
Underwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and investment.
Financial Undertakings of all sort*
handled.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted foi
execution in any European country.
Correspondence enclosing full do
tails at first writing invited.
The International Bankers Alliance
14-16-18 Bloomsbury St.. London, Eng.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT  CO.
SPLENDID SUMMER HOME ��� On
Lopez Island. Double boat service
daily; school, church, etc. Between
three and four acres all fenced;
small house; land has all been under cultivation; near Port Stanley.
Thia is one of the choicest spots ia
the Gulf of Georgia and is being
sac; Bleed by the owner for $759
cash.   Clear title to pioperty.
QUEENSBOROUGH IS BOOMING���
We have two chdlce houses to orter,
some lots and aoieage, Come ani
see.
SNAP THIS MONEY MAKER���Nine
choice acres In Suriey; seveial
acrcB cleared, balance light clearing. Five roomed house; bain
LixUO; chicken house 12x48, 1000
chickens, 60 (lucks, 40 hens. Good
running well at the door; goose-
berries, curiants, 2000 strawbeny
plants, 14 mixed fruit trees; $iot)
worth of wire fencing. Price $3500
Easy terma. Let us show you this
property.   NO. 6.
GENERAL STORE AND POST OF-
FICE���Turn over $700 to $1100 per
month. Fine growing distiict. Store
well stocked, scales, horse, wagon
and full equipment. Attractive price
and cusy terms. This is a money
maker.   No. 9.
FIVE LOTS FOR $3000���These are on
new eul-o.f near Gilley station. Will
seJl lots separately. These are well
worth youi attention.
S��1ALL HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Only
short distance from   car   line   und*��
store.    $1500.; small cash payment.
Easy terms for balance.   No. 24.
See Ue About Highland Home.
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster,'B.C.
Telephone 295.        P. O. Box 777.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS, 1 I
coop and chickens, 21 fiuit trees
full bearing; lot S, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue.
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���EMPIRE AND SMITH
Premier typewriters, in flrBt class
shape.   A snap.   News office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDl-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
most new.   408 Fifth street.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
.FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms- $l.nn down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
'Market Square.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Taxes   1912.
In order to facilitate   the work of
��� the  Tax   Department during  the   Rebate period, Taxpayers will oblige by
��� sending their remittances as early as
possible.
The last day for obtaining the Re-
ibate is Saturday, June 29, and any
taxpayer, whose remittance is not
actually received at the Municipal
Hnll. Edmonds, on or before tbat
tla;<\ will lose the Rebate.
W. H. QRIFF1N,
Collector.
NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given tliat th?
Transfer Books of the Peoples Trust
Co., Ltd., will be closed from June 24
to July 21. both days inclusive, by
order of the board, in order to arrange s:im�� for dividend.
G. W. N. BOULTON,
Secretary-'I reasurer.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Public Notice.
All persona contemplating the erection, alteration or addition of any
building in the City, must, in all cases.
flrat obtain a permit from the Building Inspector.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Fall, Jt:ne 19, 1912.
NOTICE TO THE  PUBLIC.
Mr. O. II. Ratbburn Is rot emplcyei
by the Underwriters Dominion Mate)
Co.. Ltd,, or the Dominion Match Co
Ltd. The public will kindly take du<
notice of the abo.e.
i Signed)
Undcrw ite g Dominion Match *'o. \.\(
Dominion  Mtttcb Co., Ltd.
CAN DELIVER A SMALL HOUSE
and two 50x150 root lots, all cleared I
and fenced, one block torn the carj
city water and    electric   light    and
sidewalks    for    $1R00,    one-quarter
down, (I, 12 and 18 monthB for balance.
THIS I CAN RECOMMEND���A LOT
50x115 to a 20-foot lane uncleared,
one block and a half from Sixth
stieet carline. water, light and sidewalks, $600, any reasonable   teems
A CLEARED  LOT ON THIRD AVE-
nue and Second street, 50x140, $850,
one-third, 12 and 18 months.
SIX AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES
on the carline. $1350 per acre: good
for subdivision; any reasonable
terms.
LOT 33x145 TO A LANE, $450, $50
down, $10 per month on the balance
on Third avenue; water, light, etc.
LOT 50x148 TO A LANE, 2 BLOCK8
f:om the Sixth street carline; $575,
$50 down and tbe balance $19 per
month.
All of the above prorerties are in
East Buinaby.
LOT 21 on MARA ROAD, EDMONDS,
66x165, all cleared and close to Edmonds station. $1200, one-quarter
down and 6, 12 and 18 months on
the balance,
BLOCK 22. SUB. E'/2 SEC. 36, TOWN-
ship 8, in Surrey, five nnd one-half
acres. Price $800, any leasonahle
terms.
LOT 14, SEC. 27, B5, RANGE 1 WEST
Suriey. 10 a; res. $750 per acre, one-
third, balance to arrange.
Lulu Island
10 ACRES IN SECTION 14, BLK. 4,
North .ante S west. Jl'M) | er acre,
LULU   ISLAND 36   ACRCS   IN   SEC-
tion 31, blk. 5 nortli range   -1  weet.
$250 ier acre, one-thiid balance to
arrange.
LULU ISLAND���-iO ACRES IN SEC-
tion 32, blk. 5 noith range 4 west,
$250 per acre; one-thlid, balance to
ai range.
WANTED���FOR A CLIENT A LOAN
for one year of $S0W) on prorerty
worth $25,000; will pay 12 per cent.
LOT  50x135  TO  A   LANE;   WATER,
light, etc.: three blocks from ear;
$650, $50 down, the balance $15 per
month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Co'dicutt Block, Fourth Ave. and Sixth
St., East, Burnaiy B.C.
Telephone 719.
WHITE
CK
ummer Resort
FREE ROOMS
At 353 Hospital Street, near t-.ir line
for laborers wliile cienriiig lots in I In-
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
It is the ideal Summer Resort. Only 35 minutes run from the G. N. Ry.
from Westminster. It possesses ADVANTAGES not to be found at
any other Resort on the Pacific Coast, i. e., a splendid, CLEAN, FIRM,
sandy BEACH, rendering BATHING safe and ideal; First Class train service, 4 trains daily each way, and they all stop at WHITE ROCK. Good
and abundant drinking water, Post Office with Daily Mail, three general
Stores, Floating Pier, Boat and Bathing Houses. A 4 storey Hotel, about
completed, for week-end visitors. Special Rates (80c return) good from
Friday to Monday, inc., during camping season.
Visit WHITE ROCK, Ef you can't go this week end, take in THE
SONS OF SCOTLAND Picnic on Dominion Day, and
I be weBI repaid for your visit.
Our Mr. Sajtids has an office on the property and will be pleased to give
you any information required.
\\\\\\\Wsa\^L\\\Wa\m
ILES & CO
HITE ROCK TOWNSITE AGENTS
Off:ees at Westminster and White Rock I
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SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREW   )
bi������aemmtfam���.sj
ir
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE ��� DRY GOODS
"We  Furnish  Your  Home Compete."
.
Very Special Low Prices
on Ladie's Ready-to-Wear
SUITS   VOU   WOMEN.                        no    new    white    Pique   Skirts    and
20   now styles   bought   t^   se'.l    for      Whipcords; each    St.75 to $7.10
eais  w.th  plain Mue  Poller and   turn-
15   new   SulU   bought   to    sell   for back   cults.    Special at    ..$1.00
$25.00.    Priced  for Friday and Saturday at $1750 r'ew  *5-0J  Wl3M*fi  all-over em-
i i���������,.i      t>,     , ',', '"���' Idcry and lace combination. Some-
,r"7r'e     *****     Vtry     Waaitr thing-better than usua.1 and .priced for.
v ' * Friday and Saturday  at    ...$1.25
i���,ly,a0ne"PlTe T'm Lin8er'e "CoU��� Sweater,," the newest and
I*e��.es. -lace and embroidery trim- latest col ,r combination. J ust the armed.  Very Special at    ��6.0d tk,e  t0  la,e  wlth   ,ou   a3 an   ex,ra
100   new   white  dresses   in   all-over wrap.     Prices    SH.50  and   $7.50
embroidery,     marquisette   and   iilace: ��_    i *    *     y.
the  finest styles shewn  this .season I v.t^ZT? r^\ ��Tlt *   % E2
$7.50, $10.00, $12.50. $20 ami $30. ��*, "" ?   2a,',    A fT ��*"** \    ,
rece.ved   permits  us  to  give   y.->u  Just
2 30  one-piece   dreases   ln   excellent      the style  you  need.    Ynu -will  be  de-
q.ialitles   cf    muslin,   singhams   and      lighted with their comfort and grace.
prints,   priced   at   $1.50,   $2.00,   $2.50,       Priced at $1..'.0, $2.00,.$2.50, $5.00 umi
$3.00 und $5.00. ��7 50
If Vou Are Going to Camp We
Can Supply Your Camp Needs
Camp Stoves $2.50,   $3.5(1,   $5.00
Blankets               $1.25, $1.50. $3.00
CoU  if. ,    $2.00,   $3.00,   $4.00
King's         $2.50,  $3.00,  $3.50
Tents        $7.50.  $8.50, $10.00,  $15.00
Flag!?, any eize;  prices are from     $2.00 to $15.00 each
If you are entertaining at home Vudor Perch Shades will add a new
room to your house.    Prices $3.50, $4.50, $6.00, $7.00 and $10.00, according
to size.    We ship them to all parts of B. C.
Very Special Values
Ir. Ladies' and Children's fine Hdge, Gloves, Parasols and Neckwear. You
wiil flnd here a most excellent assortment to choose from, courteous and
attentive people to serve you, and we can say with all assurance that nowhere tj.vre can you do 'better or buy any cheiper. Let us prove oar statement to you.
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NEW TRUNKS
I and VALISES
Steamer   Trunks  at   ..$.1.00,  $.1.50, $7.50 ar.d $10
Packing   Trunks at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Travelling   Trvnks at$0.00, $7.00, $8.00, $10, $12.50
Suit Cases $2.50,  $3.00,  $1.50,  $5.00,  $8.00, $7,  $10
OUTING ATTIRE
FOR MEN
Panama   Hats $3.50,   $5.00,   $7.50   snd   $15.0$
Straw   Hats    $3.00,  $2.50,  and  $1.50
Silk   Umbrellas    81.50,  $2.00,  $3.00 and $5.00
i/udor
PORCH SHADES
"IE FUlKISn  iOliB
HOME COMPLETE"
LEESLIMITED
674-678 CUIM
Sr.REHfWESTSHMSrER if
SOCIETY
Mra. Edgar Luthle or chilliwack
was u \ i.-siior In tuwn cr. Thursday.
I      *     '     *
Mr. Wkllam Walker of the Dominion bank. Toronto, who is a brother
of Dr, H. L. Walker, arrived in the
city 0:1 Thursday and will be the
��ue��t cf Mr,-. R. K. W.i liter for a couple   of   weeks.
��� ���     ���
Mrs. Dockri'.'l. Queen's avenue, wlll
not r��C��ive again until the autumn.
��� ���    ���
Mr.'an.l Mrs. J. W. Connor and the
Miteee Marcl.1 snd Kathleen Connor
have arrived home "from Seattle. The
Misses Connor have been attending
college  there.
��� ��     ���
Mrs.   Ii.   F.  Oa.-*elman   will   not re-
oe.ve H'gain until the fall.
��� ���     ���
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
Oeonge Beatty was the hostess at a
very enjoyable tea given In honor of
several of l!he visitor* In town. Th6
guecte were entertained during the
afternoon ' v a geiMcraphlc.il contest
In which Mlss Hosmer and Mra. (Davidson 'wire tin lirai'cy winners ot the
flrel and second prize*. Mrs. 'F, J.
Armstrong, Ititil Freese, Miss Peele
and Mid' t'orbould assisted In the tea
niim. :Ani<ing those present were
Mrs. a. R. Cv.rbou.ld, Mr*. Darling and
Mlss Darling (Toronto), Mi*. 'McNair
(Now Yor,(). Mrs. A. J. HIM. Mrs.
Fratf.HW) (New Vork), Mn. Worsfold, Mr*. Seymour, Mips Eddy. MIbs
Hoamer (Indianapolis). Miw. de Per.-
cler, Mrs. J. Brymner, Mrs. It. B,
Walker MR Vuenu<llng, (Mrs. R. B.
Martin, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. ��. B.
Cortbou'd, Mrs. Cotton, Mlss Armstrong. M'"3 CortttlHd, Mlss Peele,
���man Wright and Mlss Freese.
t    ���    ��
Mlss Rlaikemore of Victoria is tihe
gueet   of   Mrs.   J.   H.   Diamond   for  a
few 'daiya.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. W. M. Ruesell entertained 'Informally at the tea ho.ur on Tuesday
In honor of Mlss Blhkemore. The Invited guests wen- Mrs. Diamond, Mrs.
G. B. Ooiuil>o.ld, Mra. J. E. Allen, Mrs.
ItaW, Mrs. Mancon, Mrs. Halr.en, Mrs.
Cotton, Mies A. Leamy, Mlss 'Freese,
Mlss Corbould and Mlss Cotton.
��� *    *
Dn Monday afternoon Mr**. Dia-
Tnwnd ankwl :\ ifew of her friends Ir. to
meet MIsf Hlakemore. Their 'guests
were Mrs. J. E. Allen. Mrs. 0, B. Cor-
jbOoH Mrs. Ruiweli, Vtm* F. Hall, MIhs
tA.   Lei:my,   Mrs.   Marcon     and    'Mlss
'Freese. '   ���
��� *    ��
The teachers' nf the Lord Kelvin
school entertained at tei on Thursday
afjternoon in honor of M'ss Lord and
Mlss '(Hive Wilson, who will not re-
lurn to their duties In the fall. 'Miss
Lord was presented with a braaa tea
kettle and iMI��s WM��on received a
handsome piece of out i^lass.
��� *    .*
St. Stephen's Church was the scene
of u very pretly wedding; at noon on
=���
I
Suturdvy last, when the marriage was
solemnised of lkryl Dixon, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa
Lasher   Brliras.   to   Mr.   Walter  Freth
j Esmonds, younReet son of the late
Htnry V. Edmonds. The church was
'beautifully decorated by friends of
the bride with quai.titles of irtarguer-
Ites. while foxgloves, roies. ferns and
Ivy. The ceremony was "perKM-mfd by
the  He,-.  Mr. Meivin,   Mr.  Jones  pre-
I sided at the organ, and during the
B'KnlnK of the register Mrs. Harry
KrigTts. sister-in-law of the Ibrlde.
miift "O Fair, O Sweei and Holy." The
I Uildal proceesinn was led 'by the uah-
ers,   Mr.   Stanley   Brlsrgs.   ba-other  of
the   bride,   and    Mr.    Bobbins,     who
were   foHowed  Iby   Httle  Mlas     Holcm.
Prl^gs, niece of the 5>ride, as flotver- 1
tfirl, ln a tlalnty white dress or or��ir.-
dy  and   lace  and imtJb  cap  of  white
lac...   carrying   a    basket   filled   with .
carnations.      Next   came   the   brides- I
'maid. Mlss Manuela Brlgga. sister of
the bride, who was gowned in blue
satin with bodice of shidow lace and
plr.k chiffon. Her lanje white hat
wa* face'd with bia ok velvet and
trimmed \<-lth heavy white lace and
one larKfc pink rose on the ibrlm. She
carried a 'sheif of pink carnations.
'I-rfistly, with her fnther, Vame the
'bride, who looked lovely In a beautl-
fu1 gown of white satin, the skirt being draped with Limerick lac* which
wus cauxht at the end of the train
with a cluster of orange blossoms.
Her veil wai* of the same ibeiiutlful
lace, the gift of her mother, and was
arranged off her fuice, being held In
p'aee wilh a coronet of orange bios
Boms. Fl'.ie carried a shower (bouquet
of white rose? and Uly-of-the-valley
an'd the brldogroom's vlft." a diamond
pendrnt. The 'bridegroom's gift to
the .brldesmnld was a chain of >?eed
pearls with amethyst pendant, ar.d
tr. the flower-��?lrl a gold locket and
ehnln. The best man, Mr. McLean of
Vancouver, received a goM stickpin
set with a large "pearl, and tht ushers gold stickpins *ct with ipe&'rts. As
the 'brl'dal party walked up the aisle
the gate which was put up for the |
oeeaalor. was opened ' hy l'ttlo Mlsa
Beverley Jones and Master Charlie
Moan The former 'was In an Erwpire
frock of white marqiulfette over flowered silk, with mab cap ot whil'te
trimmed   with   dainty   pink  roaebuda,
! and carrying a basket of rose leaves,
and the. latter In a white embroidered
suit.    After the ceremony a reception
I was   held   at   the   resldienee  of     the
j'brid'e'd   parents,   302   Royail     avenue.
I which was 'decorated throughout with
1 carnation*, roses and ayrlnga.
Mr*. Prlgga wore a har.dsime gown
of russet rtatln  with �� wrge  hat    to
; mutch. Mrs. Harry Br'ti.gs (Victoria)
loo/eil very handsome In a gown of
���wnlte nnar(mlat>.te Iwjth plipinga of
paddy green. Her lnrge white hat
wms faced with irreen velvet and
trimmed with wtVnw plumes of the
same chade. Mts. W. Briggs OBevel-
i-itoke) wo,rc a very pretty gown of
lilue silk wltb hat to match. (Mrs.
���Her.iry Edmonds wore a gown of white
stlk. 'Mrs. Clarence Marpole (Vancouver)   sister     of   the    bridegroom,
/MB
wore   a   very   handsome   suit   ot. blue
shot  silk  With a. large  bhtck     picture
Favor Burnaby.
Rev. George Murray of NlcoVa, lather
of the g^pom, oldctatln*.
.u,,l os-|     Thetbrtde, who was W* away l.y' regaV^"���-Y *Ch<><>te aPPeM * ***
\
CtTY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER,
prey.    The out-of-town guests Included   Mrs.   Bl^ck,   aunt   of   the   groom;
Mrs.  Connon  ar.d  M:s. 'B-urwelli,  cou-
Biiu-- of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Cuvr-
eticc   Marpole,   Mr.   and     Mra.   Tre-
,may>ne. Mrs. C. P.  Moss, Mra  Frank
Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney,' Hits*
Wnltesi.de. all of Vancouver, and Mlas
Pouton   of  Portlan'd.    Othera lirtlced
were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong,
Mios    Armstrong.  Mr.  and    Mra   ,J.
Brymner, Mr jind Mrs. Birrell,   Miss
Beocte Laidlaw, Mr. and Mrs.   ^tet.ry
Edmonds, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ballock,  Mr.
and   Mrs.   Macquarrle,   Mr.   and   Mrs.
J. C  Armstrong,  Mr. and  Mrs.  J. C
Brown,   Mrs.  Watson,   Miss Margner-
|lte  Wateor.,  Mrs.  Cassidy,   the   Misses
Cassidy.   Mra   Seymour,   Mra     Hugh
Gordon, Dr. and Mrs. Green, Mr. and
Mrs. (treen, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. A'lien,
Mlas  Fras*r,   Mlss Jessie  Allen,     MlfO
Wright,   Mlss  Corbould,   Mk-8   Strong,
Mrs. Vuencliii'g. Mr. and Mra McAllister, Mr.  and  Mrs.  Muir, Miss Green,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Corbould, and Mt.
R. B.  Brown.    Mr .and Mrs Edmonds
left  by  motor amid  a shower of rtct
and confetti for Vancouver, and from
there   took the train for   Scenic Hot
Sprinsa,   Wash.     The      brl'de's   going
away costume wa.�� of natural    rajah
silk  trimmed  with brown, and a pan-
area hat to matt'h.    As Mre. Edmonds
left ahe  threw  her bouquet  from the
motOf,   and   it   was  caught   by     Miss
Btasle   Laidlaw.
*.*_   a    a
Mrs. Charl*on entertained at a
email progressive euchre or. Thursday evening. The first prizes were
won by Mlss Wright and Mr. Clute
and the consolation by Mieia Hosmer.
Among those present were Mir. and
Mrs. G. E. Combourd, Mr. ar.d Mrs. J.
Stilwell Clute, Mrs. Darling and Miua
Darling (Toronto), Mr and Mra (Eddy, 'Misa Hosmer (IndlanepoKs), Mr.
and Mtw. G. Bruce Corbould, Mira
John McNalr and Mt. Oouglas McNair (New' York). Mr. and Mts. McAllister, Mlss Wright, M ss Corbould.
Mr.  Motherwell,  Mr.  Richardson and
Mr. R.  B. Brown.
* ���    ���
Mr-?. Moss who, with htr three 11 Mile
tooys. hn* been the gueat of her mother, Mrs. C. E. Lewis, for several' days,
lef: on Tuesday for Blaokle'a feplt,
Where they will spend the summer.
* *    a
Mrs.   Henry Schaake returned    on .
Wednesday   from   Seattle,   where  she
has beer, visiting friends.
* ���    ���
Mi��� Irene Schaake and Mr. Howard Schnake leave Sunday rmnrnin?
for the Sound cities, wheiV they will
upend the aummer vhfltlng with
friends.
her   father,
with  high  favor  among  ttafe
was   prettily ' attired   in   teaching profession, aa over sixty ��p
her   trav&Hng     costume     of     cream   ^tea-tlona have ibeen made to fill  the
broadcloth,   with  which  ehe wore    a
Panama oloth, with
* A*
trimmed   with   '
cr.^am   Milan hat  with   maerame lace
and   French   roscibutls.     She   carried
a   shower   bouquet   of   cream-  bride'o
roses and llll��if-of-the-valley, and had
aa her  bridesmaid   her  sister,     Mlsa
Nellie Lcisterjff  this city,   who wore
a   smart   gwJfti   of   Wedgewood   blue
a large white hat
lace  and   blue  oeprey,
and carrylngjlf large bouquet of pale
pink sweet peas and bridesmaid roses.
Little    Mlsa Gladys  Oakley,  r-lece  of
the bride, a^fed aa flower-girl and was
aweetdy   pretly   in,  j>alo     j>ltut     with
cream net ovendrees.    The groom waa
assisted  liy hls  brother,  Mr.    George
Murray of Njcola.    The groom's gift
to the bride ;Was a dKmond and peart
necklace,  to< the  bridesmaid a hand-
��� ome    olivine anj  peart  brooch,   and
U thc- ldttle flower girt a dainty gold
biacelet.    The  out-of-tonvn g'uests Included   the   Rev.   and '   Mrs.   George
Murray of Kteota, father and mother
of   the  ^rooni,   the  latter  wearing  a
go*-n ot hlack eatin with sliver trimming and Mlss Jessie Murray of Victoria,  iwho'   wore  a   dainty  gawhi  of
eiiinrolilcreil marquisette and lace hat
with pink buds; Mrs. A. H. Oakley of
Westminster, In peart grey eollne with
hat to  match,  and  Mrs.  Herger, sifter of the bride, wearing a handsome
gown  of  champai^ne   ehlffon   ivroad-
cloth  trlmmiHl  with Ratine lace and
large   cream   hat   with  feather  bandeau.    After toasts to the  bride and
groom  the  happy couple  left by the
4   o'clock   train   for   Portland,   Ore.,
and   on   their  return   will   reside   In
Vancouver.
sly. vacancies this year.
The following appointments have
been made:
Armstrong Avenue, Miss B, M.
Crake, salary $65; Burnalby East,
Mias Lily Mackenzie, salary $65; Duthie, Miss M. F. Johnston, salary
J6F; l.nnan Avenue, Miss B. M.
Cainiptbell; salary' *65; Lakeview, Mr.
W. Ray McLeod, salary $70; Vancouver Heignts, Mias M. Scott, salary $65.
SCOUT ORDERS.
By Scoutmaster It. P. Day, commanding let New Westminster troop
B. P. Boy Scouts.
The troop will parade in the armouries at 7.30 p. m. Wednesday next,
July 3rd, In rull marching order. Coats
rolled 12 in. Ipn.g and billies in the
haversack.
The tioop will proceed to camp at
Blackie Spit on July 17th. All Scouts
who wish to attend must give in their
names and-subscriptions by July 3rd.
so that airan��""T,ents can be made
for accommodation.
The ciunii will be for 1? days, the
troop returning on July 29th.
White Kit bugs can be obtained at
Lees, Ltd.
All Scouts polng to camp must attend drill so that they can obtain full
info; nintion nbout lt. Hemember that
there are only two more drills before
camn.
The Seoutmnsters hope that every
help will be given the bos to attend
camp by the parents and they rely on
their support for the success of the
first annual camp. Parents are assured 'that every care will be taken
for the safety ani welfare of the boys.
Signed.
PATROL LEADER F. P. DOUGLAS.
The cosy
Mts.  W.  E.
Vancouver.
apartments of Mr. and
Herger, Blenheim Court,
was the scene of a very
pretty wedding on Wednesdiy of this
���woi* at 3 o'clock when Miss Margaret
Lester, formerly of this city, end Mr.
William Gordon' Murray of Vancouver   were   united   In   marriage,     the
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE liEORGE"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Bay and Stewart.
S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE. Saturdays snd Tuesdays at midnight
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" leaves 3rd, 13th and 23 of each month   for
Prjh��e Rupert and Wiy Porta.
Grand Trunk   Padiic   trains connect at  Prlm-e   Rupert   for   East
with above steamens.      Ask for frustrated literature re agricultural
lai
aftjn
B. C, and Western  Canda.
Mpe^jal excursion fares via Chicago     during summer njonths
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SMITH, 0. P. A T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A, P. D.
ne Seymour 7100.     VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville Street.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council ot the City of
New   Westminster  having  by   resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the tollowlng.
works, that Ib to aay.
To grade, pave, lay cement sidewalks, curbs, storm sewers, gutters,
drains, water mains and any otber
work contingent thereto on the following streets:
First Street from Royal Avenue to
Sixth Avenue.
Second Street from Fark Row    to
Sixth Avenue.
Fourth-Street from Royal^Avenue to
Sixth Avenue.
Sixth Avenue from First Street to
Fourth Street.
Fifth Avenue fioni First Street to
Fourth Street.
Fourth Avenue from First Street to
j Fourth Street.
Third Avenue from First Street to.
Fourth Street
And thnt said wo: Irs be can led out
in accordance with the provisions of'
tho "Local Improvement G<;ne;al Bylaw, 1912."
And the City   Engineer   and    Cffy
Assessor having rei orted to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of the said by-law uron the (mid works
giving      statements      showing      the"
amounts estimated   to be   chargeable^
against the various portions of    ieal
pro; erty  to be benefited by- the said t
works and other particulars and    the ���
said reports of tbe City Engineer and'
City Assessor having been cdopted by
the Council.
Notice ls hereby given that the said
re; o:ts 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 tho
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed as charged in respect of
such works representing at least one-
half in va'lue thereof is presented to-
the Council within fifteen days from.
I the date of the first publication of ~
this notice the Council will proceed!
with the proposed improvements under B'ich terms and conditions as 10
the rnyment of the cost of sucb Improvements as the Council may by bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the sai j assessment.
Dntert   this   Twenty-fourth   day   ot
June, A.D. 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Cleilt..
Date of first publication. June 25, 1912.
EDMONDS
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FAOS FOUR.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
KSTIBTEB DAJLY NEWS
Published    every   morning   except
their own interests and at the sama
time benefit their employes by founding residence clubs.   When well man-
(Sunday by The National Printing and , a&ed these clubs pay good interest on
Publishing  Cp.,  Ltd., at their office,  the money invested, and thev provid
��3   McKenziecStrect.  New   Westmin-   attractive   living  conditions   for   th
��ter, B. C. ^^
UOBERT II   HEST, Manager.
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SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
By carrier ti per year, $1 for three
months, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 per year, or 25c per
month.
Westminster Weekly News $1 per
year.
e
members. A small annual subsciip-
tion entitles members to the use of
public rooms. Meals are served at
reasonable j rices in a lestaurant
which forms part of the c)ub premises, and bedrooms are rented to those
who wish to sleep In the club. The cost
of living cannot be lowered to an appreciable extent ln this manner, but
the club will provide comfort, pleasant
surroundings, facilities for recreation
anil social Intercourse for an expenditure whlrh now In too many crises only
secires ""Iscomfoit and loneliness in
rooming houses.���Toronto Daily News.
SHADOW ON AUSTRALIA.
SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1912.
Cur Neighbor's View.
The splendid majorities rolled up
in favor of tWft'-'i&cnl 1itip:^re1hent
bylaws, amouhttnrc to over $1,000,000,
In New Westminster, Tuesday, Is a
gratifying evidence of the p-iblb spirit
anl faith in the future nf the citizens
of the Royal City. The destiny of
our neighboring city is so closely
linked up with our own that anything that makes for the benefit of
one will be shared by the other. The
vote shows nn awakening to the wonderful opportunities and posterities
enjoyed, and a confidence .jn results
t'tat will he abundantly re-.vardn:!.--
Vancouver Daily Province.
BOYS AND GIRLS NOI
ENJOYING WHIMS
'Continued nn onsre fourl
DOMINION   DAY.
This i resent leap year is a very
fortunate one for the public at latge,
for both Kmpire DaDy an I Dominion
Day I:;ik' fallen conveniently near
Hie week end. Tii s everyone may
hnve a two-day liolida;, beginning tomorrow Instead of hav'ng a rin^e
day sandwiched into tlie wee's.
This liaprJ' statf of things leads us
to hope -thnt ere long the excellent
scheme of calendar reform, whose author is Mr. Moses Cotsworth of this
city, may b6 finally adopted by the
government^ of the world who ate
now considering Its merits. it maybe hope:l that this matter of holidays
may  then   be-permanently arranged.! ���-.,,, ,.   t   *, ���
.,        tin.   I-ern   uilklnsor.',     Vera   McRory,
As we. do not go to press on Mon-|(lvi],a  j,,k.1|xv   Mary Ost0;ll>urg| auin.
day, we take this opportunity of wish- lev Eorjeason, Alexander Lessard, Al-
ing the great Dominion of which tie Pres'iy, Walter Troutman, Jessie
Westminster.is pan "many happy re- A.tch/eson,   Edna    Johnston,    Wilbur
turns of'thi-day."    Fdrty-flVe years ,t3aJfett-      .    _        ,.    ,    ,     'iM
,,   , ,    , *    ..    * From Senior Second to  Junior TUUrtl
have rolled round since the first con-| (in ord6r of me,rlt)���Lerna Fawcett
federation was born of the efforts of .Arthur Innes. Edwin Hansen, Leonard
a band of statesmen chief of whom | I'M, Alexu-jdra Lessard, David Card-
were    Sir  .John A.  Macdonald,   the  ner, Frank McDonaMi George Ankers,
������'father of confederation;" Sir George jJ;r:"ef ��JS*T'       ry^nMar���.   �����.������,
Honor  Rolls���'Proficiency,   Marjorie
E.  Cartieif apd  Hon.  George  Brown. jOeborne;   deportment,  Florence  Best;.
'regularity and punctuality, Rosalie
Rlahards, Mary Ostenbumg; prize for
history,  Gwendolen  Buntir.g.
Division V.
,    Second    Primec to First    Reader���
days wag the then premier of Nova | Catharine Lewis, Hazed Oorrlgan, Ed-
Scotia,  is  still  with  us and  only  as  na  Orst--,    Thelma    Munday,    Mary
far awav as Vancouver. I Ritchie, Jenny  MoDell,  Pearl. McJJw-^
ft>rty.fl*���iwrs.     Back in    1887 i ���?���  "",^et  *J"��,..-lSB!    ***$
���l*~' 'Maudie Doncaster, WlHie Attains. Os-r
car Bro'Sunck, Lewis    Ebert, ' Mary,
Fawcett, Tommy Atebury, AHIe Pick
���11, I-rfHin St. Jean, Nettie Garret, AI-,
���bcrt  Hunt,   George  Corrligan,  Clinton;
MaoKor.zie.   Mildred   Poiwem,     Harry?
I Watson, Florence Roiberts, J m Grant,!
I Keith  Bushell, Clinton Scott.
Rolls cf  Honor���Proficiency,  Cath-
[!ie ' erine T,ewl"t;   regularity, Helen    Mar-?
I tin;  deportment,  Mary Ritchie,
and   �������   WjgrtteW   Railway wJ    Ednft wahfJr^V^IRdberJ
was only deddefl opon as an outcome'Murray  Men-ugill,   ESnsj Fltckimer,
of   Confederation.    There   were   then | Ne'.Ue    1 laden.     Jack    'Wood,    Vera
Save one only, all of those builders
of empire have passed away, but lt is
good to knottf that the veteran Sir
Charles Tupper, who in those far back
tbere ^Saj$iljfy.(eJephone, no gramaphone, no automobiles, no wireless
telegraphy, no cable connection even
with the Britishjlsles. The first cable
telegraph w^/Ifid to Canada on August 5, 1868.
In  1867  there  was  not a  mile  of
railway north of Lake Superior
Canadian Pacific Railway was planned
only decided upon as an out com'
ada, as against the 25,100 total mile
age of today.
In thos^ d^fcs there was no Winnipeg, o Calgary, no Hegina and no
Vancouver, but Westminster and Vic
toria had both lieen established.
Who can tWf wnat forty-five years
hence will ie,! or begin to compute
_, .3 what great cities will by tben have
arisen far to the noith of us in this
great province of which we occupy
but an infinitesimal part around the
mouth of one pf ita great rivers?
It is good -mki* we should observe
Dominion Day:- True, it was not
until the fouith celebration had come
that this province cast in her lot with
the confederation. The future wlll decide how soon the "ollest British colony" of 'Newfoundland will also join
her nine sisters .of the provinces.
It is tood that the day should be
���observed, tor.iLmaiks Canada's gradual rise-.td' aat&nhood. Many of the
���cities of the eoast have prepared at-
tractive programmes for the day.
Doubtless before another Dominion
Day comes round Westminster may
have found It possible to do likewise.
Chambers. Gertrude Yerex, Coventry-
MfDill, Clarenct- Crici'.itmi, Catherine;
MeXer.zle.
Roito at Honor���Proficiency. Vlc-
iot Roberts; punctuality and regularity, Rotbert Bell; deportment, Vera
hambers.
Trofioiency, E.lna Wahlgren; personal r.e.uness. Vera Chambers; iiest
kindergarten book, Murray McDougall.
Division   VII.
Junior Second to Senior Sea-
on'1���Sybil Shaw. Mel'lUf fiSbWt;
James Canine-, Ethel Mr.Oill, Olive
Ward, Ada Adims. Pearl Best, Lim
Heat,   E'.sle  Heweil.
First Rf art. r to Second Reader���
Edltb Bregren, Hazel Munday, Edmund St. ean. Clinton Pickell. Oliver
Wintrlp, Ross Harrison, Charlie McKenzie, Evelyn Mer i llum. William
Ritlchie. Alma McKay. Cordon Clark.
Msrj'-rie Rr'berts, Alma Johnson.
Pearl Terhune, Freda Nelson; l.illlas
Aitchlaotj, Cicely Roberts, Jlazel Hodson.
Rolls of Honor���DeportirrK'rt, Alma
Moay; punctuality and regularity,
Ethel Mi'Cill. Oliver Wintrlp; proficiency, Sybil Shaw.
Quite a Jipanese Colony oi Soldiers
and Surveyors In Commonwealth.
There i�� a slnd.iw rf n niiubty
haul over Aii*trnlia to-dny. A tiriin.
nrmoreil hnnd. ft brown hand thut ia
stretching its linger'* out over the Pacific Ocean. . . Nine hundred milas
away from the coa.*t of Queensland
lies the French island of New Caledonia, a pretty little spot, a valuable
li ttl j property. It is hardly mora
than two days' swift stoainiii'-T away
from the nearest point on the seaboard. At this, moment it hn* at lea-t
two thousand and live hundred Japanese within its gates, men who profess to bo miners in the employ of
the Societe de Nickel, a wealthy corporation backed liy Rothschild gold.
They were nut always miners.
Nearly every man-jack of tliem fought
for Nippon in tlie Jap-l!usso war.
Many of tliem to-day wear the ulster
military overcojiU tlinti were served
out to them when tboy marched to
beat the Hear. Numbers of them have
a smattering of Kngiish; But the
most important phase of their presence in the island only nine hundred
miles away from coveted Australia is
that they include i;inong their numbers civil and electrical engineers, md
skilled masons and carpenters and
bridge-builders and telegraphists.
Wit'iin eighteen montha New Caledonia will have a brown population of
over six thousand capable, lighting
Japanoe, even judging the future on-
iy on figures that I know of to-day.
That is the jrosition in a nutshell. An
army a fourth as large as Au?tralia*s
less than a thousand miles lrom her
back door. An army in possession,
to all intents and purposes, nf an
island that has a line strategical barbor, which could be made into a splen- I
did naval station, and lias conl fields |
sufficiently rich to provide an excellent coaling base for Japanese ships
in the Pacific. The island is defended by 213 soldiers and eighteen artillerymen, with one antiquated gun;
ha- no forts, no submarine mines;
sometimes lias one warship, either
the Montcalm or the Kcr?aint; nnd
has a total white population, free and
ex-convict, of twenty thousand Kanakas, Loyalty Islanders, Javanese, Ton-
kinese, and Solomon Islanders���to say
nothing of the little brown men Ircm
in and around Tokio. lf these facts
point in any direction at all, do they
not   point  towards   Australia.
.We are frightened by tales of Japanese garrisons on every little island
Iin the Pacific, beginning with Hawaii.
From New Caledonia and the New
Hebrides come reports of intense Japanese activity.
We are frightened by tales of Jap*
who practice flag-signalling from hill
to hill, Japs who sail about in little
boats ostensibly engaged in the occupation eitiier of trepang or beche-de-
mer gathering, and Japs who live in
Noumea and in different parts tff.the
main island who are periodically vis.
ited by others of their fellows from
Thio. ���     ,'
We read of wireless stations established, of islands whicb serve as depots, of the purchasing of huge quail-'
tlties of rice, vit Japanese, spies
throughout the Cv>mmo^ve��ltli. ;iyii
so forth and so otl. Th�� French",ml
habitants of New Caledonia fear aod
hate the Japanese. The way out bt
the difficulty, a?corii:ig to Mr! Shear-'
ston-May, is that the iiland should
be ceded to Great Britain tu avoid
its purchase by Japan.
nv
Another Bv-law
PASSED
The citizens of New Westminster were not called upon to
vote on this bylaw, but it has been passed for the benefit of
every Good Dresser in the city. The ballot has been marked in
favor of selling any or all of our
$20 and $22.50 SUITS on
Saturday, June 29th for $15
Tkis By-law IS GOOD FOR ONE DAY ONLY
but there is no limit to the comfort and durability of these splendid Suits.
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appearance necessary for you to keep pace with the march of
progress. In selling these $20.00 ani $22*50 Suits to our customers for $15.00 we have the confidence of knowing that we are
offering them an investment for their fifteen dollars, not a speculation.   Will you call and let us PROVE this statement ?
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The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street Clothiers,, Hatters and Haberdashers
ROOMING   HOUSES.
A M>.ni il9ul of attention Ib lielnR dl-
recte.l hi present to the lot of women
worluis in Toionio. Investigations
show that ihe mn jority of girls earn
living wages, but tew of tliem have
i nn igh to provide more than the bare
necea Itlea of life, and tbat their ex-
Istence, thenejojp, lg drab and disco.ir-
ugain, Training is advocated so
ihat women workeia may command
IiIkIh-: Balarles, Technical education
may do much to Improve conditions
for a limited number but still th.'ro will
be demand fi r unskilled workers, and
they win not be able to earn higlie:
salaries wfTOJtfl maii'iiaily Incrcasint
the cost of living to nil others, anc
Incidentally to themselves,
The rea) tmirfshlp lies lu tbe mom
ing house' iyhem which prevails
througho;]. nrc~"ABie lean continent
A workei who has no relatives in tht
city is unable to Becure manv of the
comforts of life. She can renl o be.l
room and can im. meals at cheap res
taurant.s, but. tbe lias nowhere to :e
ceive her friends and nowhere to tea-
in comfort. Thfi'i- arc two means b;
which living conditions may t (. im
proved for women wo kers, Councl
might. imro.ce a small lie1 ine fee on ai
rooming houses and th n enact a hy.
law compelling each one to i rovlde i
siiiing rot'm fo- the use cl lo.'lpen
This would remove the wcsi liar
s' in, |t"t B ill" e p-tl^fa-t"-'' i-o'
Hon could lie pro tilled b.v private ��n
ton rite.
Manufacturers   anil    business   men
wlio employ unskilled labor can serve
Chinese Laundry Tickets.
The Clilnese laundryman at tho beginning of each week makes out a batch
of checks In duplicate, to be used as
Wash tickets. He selects the name of
some god or goddess or of some object,
as the sun, the moon, etc. To this he
prefixes a num ber, as "Moon No, 1,"
"Moun No. 2," and so on. ln the space
between the two legends���for the signs
aro repeated twice���he has his own
nnme���as, for example. Wall Lao.
When a customer takes a bundle of
washing to the laundry the Chinese,
first tearing n ticket lu two In ragged
fashion, puts one half of it on tlie packet for reference. The other hnlf bu
gives as a receipt to the person who
bus brought the package of laundry. It
must be presented when the laundry ls
demanded. ���New Vork Herald.
Speaking Scotch.
The race of Scotch speaking people
Is passing away, and not many tire left
to tell the story in tbe rkh brogue of
the national tongue. And there was always a story to tell, so tbut one on this
very Subject comes iu pat here. A youth
who had been educated in Knghind returned In his family In Scotland and
was shown off by admiring friends.
"Im he hot charming''" remarked one
to Ihe young niau's sister.
"Oh, yes, but be speaks Kngiish
now." she answered in real distress.
All uhl lady being asked if a person
��he had lately seen v.as "Scotch" an
sweti'd wiih much (iltterncss:
"I cnntlM say. Ye u' speak sne genteel now I hat 1 dinna ken v, ha's
���Scoieli "-Loudon Mull.
An Old-Time  Beauty.
Although site was a -iniom beauty
homney did  not pet in.ioh  for painting   her,  and   Walker,   ,vko  engraved
tie   portrait,   g, t   les.,,    gbe   died   at
).d   Palace  Vard   30 v..a.rl ago.  and
her nam3 was Mrs. ��a  k��f, widow of
Hy    Bankes.  M.P.   for CoVfc  Ca.Ule.
As Trances Woodley. daughter of the
governor  of  tlie   LeewardPIsles    ��he
bad been tlie toast of tha town iii her
heydey,   and    during    the   week    at
Christies   tliere   was   another   little
celebration  in  her lionor.ras a fir-t-
state    proof    ot    Walker"*    mezzotint
aforesaid  brought as  much as  $2,000
In the fanmu, Blvth sale. i!)0l. a similar example realized only $750.    Two
years   a?,i   one   reached   '1,!I60    Ol|e
'f "no  state,"  that  is to say  an  or- j
dinary   print,   fetched   $300 'in    lOllo. i
iet even ordinary prints are increa--
Ing   in   value.     Froni   tin    Kast-Kml
eame   a   Dortolozzi   hijtre   print   of
u?��/1nc? * "Mis* Parron," tlie famous
Wicked   Karl,"    Derby's
I'iinniiiiey
tolozzl
$2,600.
WHAT YOU PAY
"Niiuiiiiiiy
A full-color proof of llar-
vertion of this lias fetched
English Tobico.
The '-uitivnti in of t il.acco plants
in Great Hritai.i for ornament.I pur-
p .ses bat been successfully undertaken by gardeners ior some year-, but
it is only recently that attMiipU o
ar.y appreciable.s ale, havs been mad
to cultivate tobacco as a commercial
crop, Visit' r< to tho recent K iyai
Horticultural Society's Kxli.liltitm bad
an opportunity of seeing cured leaves
of the tirst commercial t.'baeco ever
grown in Kngland, These were ahowli
by gpeaial perur'asion of llie qustoitif
authorities by Mnj. <J. !���'. Wliifm 're.
Mctliwi'M. Norfolk, Tbe pinnls,
"Country Life" state-, had .been grown
on rough peat land whicli hitherto bis
refused to grow anything of value except poor crops of lucerne. In addition to the whole leaves, sample- ��'f
cut tobacco of various grades and
ready   Iur  smoking  were  s!iown.
Twenty Cents a Day,
Twelve hours' pit work for twenty
cents! n,.,i wat the daily lot of Mr
W. A. Harvey, M.P. f���r North-Wc-t
Derby and secretary of the Derby-lure
Miners Association. As a lad of ten
lie bad lo be uj, ���n,| idm,,t in the
e rly niornii)..'. njs d,iV\ wori, n, ,no
pit. commencing ,,t 6 a.m. Then in
tin evening, when the clock had gone
round, came l... Weurv trudge home
in the durkm ���- It was in order to
help his wi.l. wed mother that Mr
Harvey had r, yo to work sn early in
life. He edu.'���ted himself in Ins
spam tunc, and quite early idenfifl.d
himself with the movement for the
combination |),���| eventually l>lo->oni-
cd irJo the Derbyshire: Miners' Association.
for  your  purchases  Is an  Important
."actor but
WHAT YOU GET
FOR WHAT YOU
PAY
is   what   concerns   you   most  in   the
practice of true economy.
WHEN 1011 BUY GROCERIES
is just when you should remember
this, b ecause you consume groceries
every day in the year. Vo.i must
get quality and quantity for your
money, and that's just what our large
purchasing facilities and wide experience in the grocery business places
^s in a position to gi e.*
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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
MOOSE ACHIEVE
TURTHER HONORS
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Jiulmoruls Failed  to Stop  Herd Un-
der lloi-iu-'s Leadership���score
13 to 8.
HARRY HY1AND IS
OUT FOR ONE GAME
Lacrosse
Commission    Hands   Down
Suspension���Hughie     Gifford
Likely to Reappear Monday.
���-���*4flB STVB
\n,\tt>\
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
The crowd Uhat wandered up the
I'balO yard, where lacrosse sometimes
h'i.,l.s iwaM certainly got the price
id admli-sion. last evening when the
Mo,ise team stampeded the Balmorals
once nvoro In a. aanirulroary battle.
The BCOMi registered 13����� m the last
li.nln?, hut that does not denote Bhe
ibrand of ball tliat waa dished out
fljy  the two local  teams.
Due credit must be given to Mr.
Horns, who ocompled the place of
I'mmlnonce while leading the herd.
,Up to the last innings Mr. Home
J) eld the 'Baila to a tow scattered hits
and runs, but then showed a list to
starboard for a few minutes that
threatened to sln.< all hands. However hli teammatetj neted the part
of skillful salvers and pulled him
.safety to shore.
UiA't evening's battle was one of
-the kind that produces nervous prostration, lockjaw and other sundry
Ills among the fraternity that infest
a ballyard. This was pt'rtlcui.irly noticeable among .he gents who occupied the most expensive seats in the
stand.
���    The   Moose   opened'  the   entertainment with  a  hit  by Chaiput,  scoring
tht   tirst   tally.    Home   hold   the  visitors   scoreless   ant'     shewed     great
.eTength  with  the speed.
j  The   second   oper.bd   with   a   series
��� of  errors or  bonehead   pluys  by  the
Hals'   infield,  and  a  three-baigger by
C'haput brought in three scores. They
followed   this  up  wltlh   two  more  before  the  gong went.
'   The  Bals  were   unaihle   to  connect
with   Home   very   much,   and    wnnrt
fielding easily handled the. few scratch
hitj,  that 'Were  made. The Moose fol-
lowd   up   their   success*   In   the   third
���with   another   tally,   this   time   from
the  stick  of  Huhrke.
Sinclair started a ralTy in tihe fourth
for the Ba.1.-- by cracking out a safe
.sin<le, brit*g.r^s in Silver. Dlgnan followed, and with men on third and
.���tecond, poor work on the part of the
-wachers brought death to the bat��-
itie.n arid the two basemen.
Poor throwing resulted ln three
mure tallies brtng let In for the Moose
which might have been saved had
not the IntleJd been so i>alpa.>>ly weak.
Three more tallies were pm over In
th* fifth through a comedy or errors
whhh appeared to awaken the Bals
to action.
The lirvworka bogan' ln the plxth.
It  *>"*i** a hit and  rur. Inning.  Man-
*��ti. jPtlvor,   Sherhlne,     Dlgnan     and
Criass   all   connecting.     T)i;i|     spasm
IJ^'Mig*,! iln five- runs. ' ^j;>, ,,
The Moose went out ln order in
the last. Glass getting tha Crcwd With
a, diffk-ult caich. X<>t to be denied,
the Bals came up again and sent over
;wi   more  tables'as. a  last klco
For the Moo��e, Chil put atvl Dwyer
starrt*!. the former With the n>at and
ihe latter iback of fie plite." The
niw acquisition from' the. Mil'.'slde
nine looks good, and bast- stealing
w.u reduced to a minimum following
a  r��w  whips to .becond.
The  teams   fielded   as  follows:
Balm'��ra'tt3���.Manson -  9b. . ��ber.a*,i*s ���
rf,  Silver  ss,   Dlgnan  Hf.   Sinclair   lb,
Bya'l 2b, Brown c, Glass p, Wiliiims
���ct.
���������M*vneo���Gay 2b, dh.iput a*. Huhnke
<f, lawyer c, Home p. Marmont lh,
H*i<lson If, Martin rf.    Umpire���:Ba.11.
Soore���
R. HE.
 u. io   fr
    8 12    5
The fiist suspension handed out by
the lacrosse commission has fallen on
the head of a Salmon Belly. The
bonor, if it may be called sa. comes
to Harry Hyland, who mad,, his first
appearance for tho ex-champions on
Saturday last, ami, during a mix-up
wltb Cory Heas, the Vancouver goal-
tender, is alleged to have made the
air at little denser with unparliamentary language for which Referee Reynolds reported him.
This ls believed to be the first case
of Its kind that hus occurred out on
the Coast, and In their report to &ec-
retaiy Lynch, the commissioners have
made it understood that a still heavier
penalty will be handed out to he nexl
player who transgresses in the usini;
of foul language.
While Hyland's suspension, wliich is
for one game, has caused no end of
discussion among the fans, still it is
believed that the verdict generally is
taken as a good one, and one likely to
tend for the good of the game in thi?
province. The public are the i eoMe
who run lacrosse anywhere, for without their support a manager is left
with an empty exchequer to pay the
salaries of hls players, and unless a
firm stand ls taken by the commission, there seems to be no telling into
Just what stute lacrosse might degenerate.
With Hyland out of the game. It is
probable that Hughie Gifford will go
back on the defense while Dill Tuin-
bull will be forward. Manager Jones
Is making ail kinds of preparation for
Monday's game and will have Lalonde and Godfrey back in the game,
together with "Bones" Allen.
The fans realize that this will be
an Interesting encounter, In that Vancouver will practically be playing a
"do or die" game. The Salmon Del-
lies now have a three-game lead over
the green shirts, and from the form
exhibited by both the defense and
the home on Saturday last, they should
be able to stem off any attack -which
tbe Vancouver side may make, In addition to Mincturing the goal guarded
by Cory Hess.
��� BASEBALL. ��
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AMERICAN  LEAGUE.
Mnfvsc   . . .
HalmoTiUa
BASEBALL  HITS.
Thn exhibition of ball that has been
put np by the three teams of the
citv baseball league has bpen the
cause of a great deal of Interest
among local enthusiasts and the attendance figures to date are by fa'
ahead of any previous mark. In fact
everv f,ame this season has been well
attended and the officials of the organization are very well satisfied as
to Ihe outcome of the season's work.
Never before have the local fnn%
disi layed such keen Interest in games
between loeal teams as they are doing now. The Moose are now leading
the league for a game to be staged
on the Queen's Park diamond on Monday afternoon.
ALL-DAY CRICKKT.
Burrard   Team   to   Visit   Westminster
Monday.
The Westminster cricket team will
oppose the Burrards of Vancouver on
Dominion Day, this being an all-day
miatch. The Bueeeos tfaat has attended the .ocal eleven in'the league so
far thla season has given rise to
strong hopes for their bein*? runners
up In tne race this year. PenlWaps
with the exception of the Vancouver
('. C. they have the meij and *Wlity
to take any team Into camp.
The gatne on Mond<ay will ibe staged
on Moody Square, and the following
will  represent  tihe Westminster cJqib:
L. Avery White (capt.), P. A. Rose,
Uev. B. It. l-art'.ett, C. H. Judd, T. V.
Htftxron, W, A. Wells, F, Dalton, W.
Hockley, J. W. Lang-ford, W. Rail-
ton ar.d W. S.  Northcoto Johnson.
Cricket In Bermuda.
I'amllton. Bermuda. June ��� 2*.���The
second match played here b" the University of Pennsylvania cricket team
resulted tn a dereat for tho Americans. The Hamilton cicket. club
which baited first made a score of
"'12. Pennsylvania srored onlv fifi In
lis first Innlncs and was edited to
fo'low on. In tbe second innings the
Pennsj lvitninns mado the same total,
len ing the Hamlltons victors by an
Innlncs and forty runs.
At Boston.
First same��� R. H. E
New York  4    8    4
Boston    5 11    2
Batteries���Ford and Sweeney; Hall;
Bedient and Harrington.
Second game��� '      R. H. E.
New Yprls, ..  4    8    4
Boston & 11   2
Batteries���Wat bop and  Street";  Be
dient, Collins and Carrlgan.
Tne British Columbia Thor-
ougkbred Association
Announces its Initial Day for the Summer
Season of Racing at
MINORU PARK
SATURDAY, JUNE 29
Races Start Promptly at 2 P. ML
The B. C. Electric Company will run commodious trams over their
newly constructed double trapk system to the course.
Trams leave Granville station Vancouver, at 12.30 p. m., 1 o'clock and
1.30, and a Special of three cars will be held in readiness to run
at 2 p. m.
Westminster Station B. C. Electric leaves dally at 1 p. m.
More than 400 of the Greatest Hoi ses in America to Participate
In a Program Including
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ADMISSION, including Round T rip Tickets,  $1.25.
amateur sport in the city, and if sucn
is the case they could do nothing
better than to give the Rugby proposition a boost in the right direction.
RUBE MARQUARD.
���   w-v At Washington
First game��� R. H. E.
Philadelphia 4   7   1
Washington 3   7   t
Batteries���Coombs, Bender and
Thomas. Engle, Vaughan and Henry.
Second game (10 innings)��� R. H. E.
Philadelphia   5 10   W
Washington  4   S   :
Batteries���Pennoek, Honck, Morgan
anl Lapp; Johnson, Felty and Aim
smith.
'At Detroit���(10 Innings���    R.H.E
Chicago     9 12   1
Detroit    10 IS    1
Batteries���Bena, "White and Kuhn;
Lake. Duboc and Stanaee.
At St. Louis��� R. H. E.
Cleveland t 6 15   1
St. Louie  3   5   2
Batteries���Kahler and O'Neil; Nelson,' Hamilton and Stephens.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At  New York.
Fir��t game��� It H.
".oston     8 10
New York   10 14
Balterics���fKinnellv    and    Ilariden:
Mathewson and Myers.
Se;on.l game��� R. H. IC
Boston "    8    2
New York   12-1    1
Batteries���White.  Hess and  Kling-
Wiltse and Myers.
At Philadelphia.
Klrst sumo��� It. H. V.
Brooklyn    *   '    ��
Philadelphia  610   l
Batteries��� Karon unl Miller; Alexander, Schultz. liixey and Dooln.
Second game - R. H. K.
Brooklyn   8   92
Philadelphia  4    7    2
Batlerles ��� Bai ger an.l Erwln;;
Moore. Seaton   Curtis and Kelllfer.
At Cincinnati��� R. H. E.
St. Louis  8 11   2
Cincinnati   5   9   1
Batlerles���Sallee, Harmon and Bres-
nahan;  Taylor, Kromme and Clark.
A.t Chicago��� R. H. E.
Pittsbmg  0   1   0
Chicago    8 11   0
Batteries���Robinson and Gibson;
Lavender and Archer.
���   i        !	
RUGGER COMING BACK.
Westminster Is comin? back into
tts own ln the realm of sport. The lacrosse team Is gplng great guns these
days, baseball Is alive anl kicking,
the cricket team Is winning its league
games, and now comes the news that
���V strong RiiRhy football team will
h0 formed In the' city this fall to compete* against the pick of the Vancouver league.
The deal has been rropresBlng for
some little time past, an.1 the situation now goes to show there is enough
material to place a strong team tn
the field. It is now some yteais Bince
lhe Royal City was represented with
a rnrper team, and from all accounts
they had some team in those days, too.
It is possible thut the Progressive
Association will appoint a sports com-
mlttea ln the near future to faster tts
Sensation of Year���Seventeen Straight
Victories.
By winning his seventeenth straight'
victory of t)he season on  ;he   famous
Polo Grounds on Tuesday, Rube Marquard has shown to the fans on both
sides of the continent that   his   mas
tery of the ball has a lot to do wkh
he hlsh position the New York Na-
tlohajts-ltave attaJho.l,- at tnis #t��* #1*
the dhaqiplonsMp rufce. '   ���T i?V"
The following,, penned by J^eJt-Wy*
'er of the Cinclnnattl Enquirer, after
Rube had won twelve, ig worth reading, on account of the analysis of Utti
big left-hander's wort:
"Out side of McGraw, the big king-
oin on the Giant club, is Rube Marquard, who showed yesterday that he
can stick through a bitter contest and
win out. The R^ds gave him Oe hard
est battle he has had this season, for
in nearly all his games the Gianti
have gone out and rolled up a big lead
for hlm. relieving htm of all worry.
Yesterday he had to flght and ht
showed that he can do tt. The Red?
did not get a hit for five innings am-1
their first run was due to a sloppy er-
-or by Herzog. They earned only one
rim ott Marnuard and not that untl
after the big Giant rally, when the
^ame was sewed up. In his twelve
sanies Marquard has allowed oni}
twenty-four runs, or an average o?
two to the game, and many of thes*
tallies were due to his letting down
iftcr securing a winning lead. Thre^
times nine bits have been made of
him. but always In games ln which
he had a commanding lead. Oni;
once have as many as four runs beer
scored off him this year and he hfif
litchel four shutout Fames. His con
trol has been wonderful. He has ave;-
aped less than three passes to a aame
lias hit only two batters with pitched
halls and has made but one wild pitch.
The only point in which he stands
above Rube Denton Ib this matter ol
conti ol. When Benton gets to going
a little more smoothly he is likely to
achieve as good a record as Martina; d's."
A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY.
It Waa Highly Prized ������ a Wonderful
Money Satvor.
Wben Mlss Ann Fickett dropped la
on her neighbor. Mrs. Spicer,. and
found her moping over tbe fragments
of a gilt vase Miss Ann sympathized
generously. "It muat have been rather a costly vase," she said, looking admiringly at the pieces.
"No. It only cost six bits," Mrs. Spl-
cer acknowledged. "Taln't that 1
feel so bad about-"
"Maybe It wtm a gift tbat yoo prized
because of associations?"
Mrs. Spicer shook her bead.    "Jim
and 1 bought lt over In TompkinsvlUe
a long time ago.   1 prized it because
lt was sucb a saving to tbe famUy.
Tht flrst year we bad It 1 kept It on
tbe front sbelf for a general ornament
Tben when Jim's birthday cams and I
hadn't anything else bandy to give I
gave htm the vase for bis own.   Next
Christmas, instead of paying ont good
money to buy something new. be gave
It baek to me for a Christmas present
Tben 1 gave It to Jim Junior on bis
birthday, and be gave It to Sue Belle
on bers.
"The next spring all the klnfolks got
np a birthday party for old Aunt Sal-
llo Spicer. and we took ber tbe vase.
After she'd kep' It a good bit sbe gave
It to Jim's sister Jane for a weddln'
present and afterward Jane gave It
to me and Jim wben we bad onr china
weddln*. 1 was conntln' on glvln' it
to Jim again on bis next blrthdajn and
now hers it Is smashed to flinders.
"I tell yon. Mlss Ann. tt most makes
me cry to tblnk of losing such a useful
family article-so near Jim's blsthday
too!"-Youth's Companion.
���
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
Six Big Reels of
MOVING
PICTURES
Program of Pictures    for    Friday and Saturday Evenings.
Free Scholars Matinee Saturday.
Educational���Sir Wilfrid
ier's trip through.Canada.
Laur-
Ed uca tional -
oeuvers.
-Italian Naval Man-
The Tramp's Gratitude���Drama.
Bronco
Bill's    Love
Comedy.
Affair-
Light on the Way���Drama.
Animated Weekly.
Contents o�� Weekly���Houdint,
the'Htaidltufr King, leaps into
the river at New York and emerges unshackled.
Easter parades, Fiddling
Bob's Burial. Mississippi Floods.
The Big Easter Egg Hunt, Twc
Ways to warfl, Young's Pier In
Ruins.-
Paris Fashions.
misinws msm
Best and Most Comfortable
Theatre In the City���Airy and
cool.
TWO   SHOWS   NIGHTLY
Beginning at 7:30.
Admission 10c
fliffiTfift
AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
Special Holiday Program
MON���TUES.���WfiD.
TARLTON&TARLTON
ffm
That Breezy Duo
of Comedy Musicians
The Peg-Legged
BRLY OU VAU. ���
The Man who1 can
make 'em all laugh
GEORGE FENNER
AND''':    '
MARIE FOX
A Lad and Lassis
who Sing and
DancCw
EXTRA SHOWS MONDAY
.
4���NEW PHOT6 #��,XYb-^4
get -mt:",,:
SEMI-WEEKLY
HABIT
3-SHOWS DMr-3
2:46���7:15���9:0*'
10c���ADMISSION���20c
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
MMI J    Wi'
Tennis ths Gams of Kings.
Tennis Is ths game of klugs. Tbe oldest of existing ball games-It is men-
Honed In the Arthurian romances-tennis was originally the pastime of the
kings aud nobles, and it was long before tts descendant���lawn tennis���beeu me popular with all classes. The
gome reached England from Francs
and Italy, aud by the time of Henry
VII. we flnd a royal tennis conrt ���<
Windsor. Henry VIII. was an expert
at the gume.-I.ondi.iu Chronicle.
Ths Go��t.
"Why do you insist on keeping thst
man as a member of your bridge club?
He ploys a wretched game."
"That's tbe point Each of us Is always hoping that he ran be rung In as
tlie otber fellow's partner."-W��sblng-
tou Star.
A Hint.
Pupil tto schoolmasteri-Str. would
you mind taking groat cure bow you
draw up m.v report? My parents soffer
dreudrnlly from nerves. - Kllegende
Blatter.
The usual fortune of complaint Is to
excite contempt mors tbi^n pity.���
Johnson.
NEW SUBDIVISION ON
On Exceptionally Easy Terms.     Ideal   Location.     High,
Dry* Fine View Lots.
BOAI
) ALLOWANCE.
66 ft.
Sold
���
*****
*mt
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
175 ft.
19
&50
20                    ,
$000
INSIDE LOTS--66 ft.--ONLY $600.   $100 Cash
Balance fn ten quarterly payments of $25
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
llJ0��
DADDS&BLANE
Phone 1005 714 Columbia St.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
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CHURCH
!| SERVICES ;
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(Changes for tills column must   be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofiice by'
9 a.m. on Fridays.   The omission   of
any  church  notice  from  this column
indicates that  no  details  have  been
���applied.)
OATHBDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Uev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. S a.m., Holy
Communion: 11 a.m.. .Matins, Liiany
and sermon; 8:30 p.m.. Sunday school;
7 p.m., Evensong and sermon.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Service* nt 11 a.m. and 7 I'm.: Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Mr. W. An-
day school at 2:30 p.m. The pulpit will
be occupied both morning and evening
by the pastor. Hev. \V. S. A. Coux,
who has .lust arrived from Manitoba.
The pastor will occupy thc pulpit
morning and evening.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Hible cIhss ut 2:30 p.m.
iM.A., rector. Services R a. m.. Holy
Communion: 11 a m... matins and sermon: 7 r. ni., evensong and wrmon.
Fri iny Litany, 7.30 p. m.; choir practice S p. in.
ST BARXABAS, (ANGLICAN). 43f>
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTEFfiAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. K. Wallace Collins, BA,
pastor. Services. 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p.m.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Re". C. W. Brown, B.D., paster. 11
a.m., public Worship,
6T. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
and Royal avenue. "The Low Church."
Services nt 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street anl
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. VV. C.
Frank, pastor. Special anniversary-
services; special singing. The ;astoi
will preach at 11 a. m. Sunday school
and Bible class at *2.?,0. Rev. C. W.
Brown of Queen's avenue will preach
in the evening nt 7.30.
OLIVET BAPTIST ��� Rev. A. F
Baker, pastor. Services 11 n.m. arid
7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
. COLLINGWOOD METHODIST���i
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth L?aguej
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald schoo) j
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday |
nebool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Rev. M. G. Meivin, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Bible class 10 a. m. Sunday school
12 p. m. Morning subject: "Patriotism;" evening: "Canada and the
World's Peace."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30.
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Service will be held at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
scliool and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7  p.m.
NIDAROS NORWEIGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
eieiy Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in St.
Paul's Reforme-.l Episcopal church,
Sunday school at 2:30. o. Borge, pastor, residence 1664 Eleventh avenue
es:st, Vancouver.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY���
Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. at
121 Third avenue.    All are invited.
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean and Lieut. Reid���Services at 11
a. m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., in the citi-
de!, Eighth street. Open air services
as usual.
FIRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
C-HURCH. St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HAL! r���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH���C.
S. McKinley pastor. Preaching nt 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastor.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
KDMONDS BAPTIST���Service Will
be Mild���'. ted at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCuliough, B.A.: Sunday schoo! and
Eiiiie class at 2:30 p.m.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH (Anglican),
East Buinaby���Rev. J. R. Dunlop, rector.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Speclllcatious, agreements of saie,
deeds, business letters, etc; clrculei
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room "6, Merchant Bank Bldg,    Phone 716.
FRATERNAL,
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
85-i���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes stieets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's tjhoe
Store, Columbia stteet. Visiting P.
A. P.'B welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, secretary.
|f| Canadian PACiFidSubscribers
K RAILWAY CO.
Dominion Day
Round trip tickets for one and one-
lliirj faie on sale June 28th to July
lst, good to return until July 4.
WEEK END TICKETS
On sale every Fiiday, Saturday   and s=
Sunday,    Single  taie  for  the  round   phone R672
trip.
who do not receive   The News before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In this way
may au efficient delivery be maintained.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up.
Reserve  	
....$6,200,000
 7.200,000
BOARD   OF   TRADE���NEW   WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month;  quarterly meeting on the I jird Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m.   Annual meetings ou
the third Friday of February.   New
' members    may    be    proposed    and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27, I. O. O. F��� is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting bretheru
cordially Invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, I'. G., recording secretary; It. B. Purdy, financial seere
tary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND Accountant. P. O. Box 784. Phone 1066,
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H.  VV,  Brodie, G.P.A.,  Vancouver
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
. C. Coast Service
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, soilcltois, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070
Adam Smith Johnston and Franl,
Alexander Jackson.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-nt
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
plione 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BA1IRI8TER
solicitor and notary, fill) Columbi;
Btreet.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, itooms 7 and f
Gulchon block, corner Columbia am
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flcea, Williams building. 41 Gran
vllle streeL F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuartie. Q. E
Martin, Geo. CasSady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS��� Barristers and Solifitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 09. VV. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edrdonds.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. in. and 11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. in. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:so p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves Vancouver every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Cliilliwcck Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
) ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
Show     , Cl��,����
Cards and &IgnS
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Davies' Cafe
Serve the best coffee and new laid
eggs for breakfast. Lunches put up.
Corner  Columbia  and   Eighth  Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Liglit and Heavy Hauling
0*FICfc-~Tl��AM  DaaKan;
CITY OF NEV/ WESTMINSTER. B.C
F. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
reliable house movehS
All   worlt  guaranteed.     Estimates
furnished tree.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phono 984.
'll, .mi*.vm-n*ai*vom,m.imrmsra rrv~...
Of the Great Fire Sale, Corner 6th and Columbia
*������^���������������wmtm*****wnL*\\*w**tw****mtM***M*M*M***a**m*m*>w******MMm*^
Only a few days more and this Great Clothing Slaughter ends. Below
are only a few of the many Bargains that prevail here. Come with
the Big Saturday Crowds.   Doors Open 9 a. m.
Fine Suits of Men's nr Youth's
("lollies, all to match, positively won't
116.00. These suits slightly damaged
by smoke or fire; now
The $8.96 and $0.96'Sulta represent
the product of the world's most skil-
ful tailors an i are guatanteed to excel
any $26.00 madctoorder suit or wc
i ef un.l your money.
Men's Pants, worth $2.50, sale price
95c
Simmer  weight   l.ndc.wea:,   worth
Tic, sale 'ii ice
25c
Worfc   Shirts,   worth   up   to   f 1.00.
Gale :>rire
35c
Men's Suits in all colors for dross
vear. Including those fashionable Krcy
effects, hand tailored, wirth $20.00.
Part of these sails are slightly smoked.
Now ���
$5.95
Not what we say here, bui tho
values themselves shout the lo.ulest
for this sale; suits worth $2li.30; sale
vi Ice
$7.45
Men's Ifats, worth $1.50; no.v
35c
Men's Oveia.ls, worth 75c and $1.00,
now
45c
Men's   Fine   Worsted   Pants,  worth
$4.00,    Sale rrice
$1.95
Ties, four-in-hand, woith  25c.   No?/
5c
Men's $2.50 Work Shoes
95c
Men's Fine Dress Shoes, all styles
find leathers, worth to $.'J.50, now
$1.85
Men's Fine Dress,Shoes, the best in
the store, worth $5X0 and $(1.00.
$2.95
Open evenings till 8 o'c'ock
to accommodate Working
People.
Merchandise   Exchanged   or
Money Refunded.
CORNER
FS lilL
AND
WAf.'.NING���3e r.ire yau
find thc right p'ac^ Do not
confound this sale with o'.he*
so-called dealers who prac
tlcally copy ot:r ada.
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic,
ln Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New Yorlc 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 Wettmintter Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00-
Branches throughout Canada end
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New Tork. Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
���making business transacted. Let.
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of tke
world.
Savlnge Bank Dipartment���Deposit*
���ecived ln sums of $1 and upward,
ind Interest allowel at < per cent, per
snnuin   (present r��tt).
Total   Assets over  1186.000,000.00
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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. AITCHLSON
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie  Street.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
ill Sixth  Avenue. Phone 567
MEW WE8TMINSTER B.C.
Second Hand Store
McDONALD & SMITH.
Buy und sell new and    second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
60 Mclnnew Ktrcct. Pbone lOOO.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop 611   Victoria  8tr��et.
(Over Daily Newa.)
.  Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Prlncais St.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THIN3
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDER8 IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS   RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 65 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITE8
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST $5,600,000
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,    B, G
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PHI',*''1' tt -rr-r���t
PAGE SEVEN
Hot Weather Clothes; this is the month for them.   Our shop is cocTand comfortable;
even our prices are down to zero.
Nifty Outing Shirts
With the self double cuff and collars to
match and collar attached. In cotton and
mercerized fabrics
In Silk:
$1.50 to $2.50
$3.00 to $4*00
Straw Hats
Standard Styles
and Freaks
$1.50 up to
$5.00
By your choice we shall know you.
PANAMAS
all shapes and a variety to choose from
$6.00 up to $12.00
Wicks' fancy cross-bar Hat Eands help to
brighten up your, hat,  price 50c and 75c
Bathing
Suits���
Latest
Styles
Prices  75c to $3.50
In Cotton and Cashmere, plain and
with the colored border. Regulation one-piece skirt.
WE WILL GLADLV LOSE
THE TRAl g OF ANY MAN
WHO CANNOT BE SUITED
IN OUR LINES OF "OUT-
ING APPAREL."
AS. MILLS &C6
.,. ������     Smart Appm*el
iMor lhe Younger Men 16 to 60. m
104!h REGIMENT AT
MACAULEY PLAINS
Doing   Musketry   Practice���Prsparlng
fcr  Vancouver   Regiment's  In.   .��
vasion���The Band.
(amp Macauley, Victoria. June 27.���
Tie 104th Regiment spent yesterday
on the rifle ranpe at Clover Poln' *>n-j
eased in musketry instruction under
Major Hulme, who Is in cnaigu oi luik
do] artment of the training.
Tbe 104th 'Regiment brought Into
camp iis new band, formerly the Chil-
iwack Brass Band. The 104th Regiment, which is to have a strength of
������ight companies when recruited to Its
complement, brought ln companies
from N'ew Westminster, Cloverdale
and Chilliwack. The redcoats are
scattered, the Cloverdale company being fllteen miles fiom headc; :arters
and tjie other company si\t; miles.
Chilliwack  Sends Dand.
Tbe formation of the regimental
hand was due to the canon of the
Atulkian church at Chilliwack, who
is the bandmaster. The band luclu'es
a number of Chilllwack's most prominent residents. The, mayor wanle.l to
her,une a member, but as the town
stable is the band sergeant It was not
considered advisable to place thc mayor under command of his constable.
I lone ver, the mayor Is expected to
arrive soon, to become, as it were, an
Honorary member of tbe band. There
sre tine? clergymen In the tanks of
the Infantry regiment.
Preparing for "War."
The intelligence department has
about completed its work of survey-
ing end ..lipping tbe war arena in
which the mobilization maneuvers will
take place at the beginning 'of next
week. The Sixth D. O. C. Rifles ani
the Ti'nd Highlanders are to land at
Cowlchan Bay from tbe C. P. R.
steamer Princess Mary on Friday, and
will march to Cobble Hill the first
day. siendlng the night in bivouac
there, and next morning the column
will rroceed, going Into bivouac again
cn Saturday night at the summit. On
Sundav the lnvadeis will proceed beyond Gol Istream and will assume operations.
The troors from the Macaulay camp
will leave there on Sunday and will
proceed via Colwood t<5 take up a position to check the advance of the
invaders., and on ivfonday morning
the "war" will begin. ' The defence,
whbh will bo under the command
of the eamn commandant, Lleut.-Col.
A. W. Curr.e. officer commanding the
Flfi.h negiment, C. G. A., will be car-
red oit by the Fifth Recipient., 104th
Regiment. ISth Field Ambulance and
the permanent forces.
At lhe Close of "tbe battle" ihe
Vancouver forces will proceed to the
clt , marching to the C. P. R. wharf,
where the two rifle regiments will
emhark on Monday night to return to
thc'.r homes.
SPLIT THE BRIBES.
Humorous Aspects of Vote Buying In
the Island of Guadeloupe.
M. Gerault-Rlchnrds. according to
Le Crl de I'aris, freely communicates
tbe processes employed In securing rtie
election of a deputy In tbe Island of
Ouadelonpe, wbere tbe population la
almost entirely negro, to tbe French
chamber of deputies.
"A little commerce wltb tbe electors
of Guadeloupe," be aald. "demonstrated to me that If the least confidence waa given to tbo promises of
these fellows 1 should be duped. 1
���oon found out tbat to retain tbe Interest of these electors I should give
but balf the present In advance, tbe
second balf to be given after tbe el-c-
tlon In case of success. Following
this arrangement tbey were given one
of a pair of shoes, the pair not to be
completed until tbey bad voted. The
women of aome lords of importance
received their earrings In two Installments.
"A enperb pair of pantaloons of
white linen bordered with red were
shown one Influential elector.. The
pantaloons were then cut In two tn
tbe middle, one leg being given to. tbe
Toter and tbe otbi>r retained, to be
given after be bnd done bis duty.
"That same evening," ssld M> do*
rault-Rlcbards. "I met my good man
proudly promenading the street clothed
In one leg of the pantaloons. No one
ridiculed his appearance. Some of bis
friends even complimented blm."
INTERESTING SCENE
AT CUSTOMS OEEICE
NEW YORK'S OLDEST HOUSE.
Built About 1692 of Dutch Brick Imported From Holland.
Attentlou Is cnlled in the real estate
board of brokers' bulletin to the building at 122 William street, which Is said
to be the oldest building in New York
city. It was built lu 1t)t>2 or thereabouts of narrow Dutch brick imported from Holland and laid in cement.
When the city opened the streets in
the vicinity of the William street building lt owned llie property nnd placed
restrictions in the deeds, such as some
modern developers make, thnt the lota
should be Improved with buildings at'
least two stories high.
Tbere Is a shed In the rear of the
building which, the bulletin nays,
marks the tlrst spot of tlrst bloodshed
In the Revolntloiiur.v war. This sec-
lion, then known us Golden hill, was
the camp of the Sixteenth regiment of
foot (British grenadiers), and almost
two* months before the battle of Lexington tbe Sons ot Liberty attitrked
them, with u result, of tive British soldiers wounded and one American killed itnd three wounded. Tho event Is
down ln history as the battle of Golden
bill.
The building ls on the east side of
William street between .lohn and Fulton streets. It has beeu owned for
many years by the Gilford family.
Kale  of  Varied   Goods   Realizes  $300
and Attracts Attention of
Crowds.
Chinese  tpa,   plugs  of  questionable
looking tobacco, caddyta of snuff, suits
j of clothes,   carpenters'     tools,    socku,
I i>ea;iut  brittle,  soap and   many other
articles more or  leas desirable    and
necessary,  formed a part of tho conglomeration   of  poods  forfeited    arjd
I uiH'l.Unind which were sold at auction
by the custom* officials yesterday al't-
emoon.
I The crowd of buyers surged about
tho city hall with aU ��be penurlous-
ness and curiosity of any crowd. In
the doorway of tha cusrtoma offlce
stood fhe autclorcer displaying the
goods and making himself heard
above  th6  tumult.
i     One generous individual- purchased j
a   large   box   of   chocolated   for    ten j
cents and distributed them among the j
crowd.    He waa popular. Another got
a  box of  cl.ira.rs.     He described them
as "puMk ' and cast them to the four
winds. One of the strangest purchases
of aW was a box of dried mushrooms
the property  of some C.iliuunan.     A |
Celestial 'ivas on hand with thirty-five
cents, which carried away the prize.   I
|     The big sale of the day w:is a racing  roatieart   with  pneumatic    tires.
Five Ibone* was the iprlce, and an a#- |
Tlculturlst from tihe Delta straightway j
hitlehed his old "plusr"  to it and ca- '
vetted  merrily away along Colurribla
atreet.
The  total  value cf  the  goods sold
was about $300.
Typewriters
GOOD AS NEW
Empire and
Smith Premier
Typewriters FOR SALE at
a Sacrifice. Enquire at the
Westminster Daily News.
E: H. BUCKLIN, N. BBARDBUEB,       W. ��. H. BUCKUN.
Pra.. and GanL Mgr.       Vlc*Pra��daaL Bee. **a Twaa.
SMALL-BUCKULN
,       LUMBER CO., LTD. '
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No   �� and 877.   Shingles,  Sath. Doors.   Mould)not. Etc.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cer. 6th and Columbia
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90, Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
Dominion Day Excursion
The B. C. E, Ry. Co. offers SPECIAL
REDUCED RATE of
A FARE AND ONE THIRD
*r**
to all stations on this popular line.
This affords an excellent chance for picnic parties, etc.. to spend
an enjoyable day out In the Fraser Valley. \
Tickets on sale from June 29th to July lst, good for return passage until July 4.
Trains leave depot. Columbia street, at 9:50, 13:20, 18:10, stopping
at all stations.   Huntingdon train leaves at 16:05.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
TRANSPORTATION   DEPARTMENT.
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122. a E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonee, Office 15 and II.
Qilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, UME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Milk Company, Ltd.
INew Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds ahd grades rof
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now i* the time to build for sale or rent while price* are low In jii )i*Mut!t*i**   ***Vf t.-*'W*~"-*
--
PAGE EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
Y
1MM0CKS
ALL SIZES and
ALL PRICES
$2.50 to $6.00
City News
I
Wire Hammocks at
$3.00
���SOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.M. FISH
FieEh Spring Salmon..
Fresh Halibiit {half or whole), lb.
.2 lbe. for 25.
. .7c
Fresli Cod (half or whole), per lb.. .S;
Fresh Herring 4 11)3. for 2!
JYesh Smelts  3 lbs. for
>esh Surgeon, per lb	
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office .... . ��� 991
Business Office   &99
' For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
NOTICE.
Monday  being  Dominion  Day,  the
next issue of the Westminster Daily
News will be on Tues.lay morning.
The Baptist convention closed yesterday. A report will be found in
our next Issue.
Sessions of the Dominion 'Railway
Commission will 'be held In Vancouver on July 27 and in Victoria on
July  30.
Il.ve bread���like your mother use,'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone K 281. *v
B. C. E. Tt. workmen are 1��-inglnR
thi Sixth street track to grade above
EU'hth avenue. This necessitates
raisin;; In some places ar.d lowering
ln wlhers.
Trliwmed "ats, regular .price, $5.00
to J IB.00, on salt Friday and Saturday, $3.95.    Mre. Agret, 59 Sixth st.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M;        A. R. C. M.
Member of tbe Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing,( Theory,   Harmony, I
Counterpoint    and   Musical j
Form.
LESSONS CY-CORRESPONDENCE   I
Por term! etc., apply    51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phono H411.
BURNABY LAKE
$37 F
,   -   Phone 301
ne inroads of a destructive para-
aKfllslte which infests the market gardens
"      of  Lulu  Island  is said  to  be responsible for the destruction of the early-
crop cf caiulltlower.
YOU CAN'T BE IN TOO MUCH OF
a hurr* to Cake measures to
PROTECT Y&URBELF AGAINST
LOSS THRObltH* kftE OR ACCIDENT. IT IS TIIE PART OF WISDOM TO LBrTO WRITE YOU A
POLICY AGAINST FIRE IN YOUR
HOME OR FACTORY
OTHER AGAINST DEATH TO YOUR
HORSES
'THINK IT OVER.
Alfred W. McLeod
Si ccial sale of carnations today. 26
jents per dozen.   Tidy the Florist. ������
The Free Methodist church Sundav
school members will hoi.' their annua;
outing in Queen's Park cn Monday
Dominion Day.
The Columbia Flam and Music
House, 522 Columbia street, is heid-
.uarters to: Victor Gtamaphones ^and
Records.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral G'unday
uc-hool will go to Second Beach, Stanley Park, for their annual picnic on
Tuesday next. 6pex;la,l cars leave the
B. C.  Electric depot at 9 a. m.
Free matinee at the opera liouse# todav for all scholars of private ami
public schools and the orphanage. *��
Hifth grade, medium price   an:l ali
grades  of pianos  and  piayer pianos,
low prices, easy payments at the Columbia Piano and Music House,    522
AND   AN- j Columbia street.
Two old Westminster boys will occupy the pulpit Of Olivet. Baptist
church on Sunday, Mr. O. E. Kendall
in the morning, Mr. puncan Welsh
In the evening.
On page eight, right orrosite. see
details of three-quarter acre home
sites at Burnaby Lake, for sal-. There
is nothing else on the marltat like
them, and we are assured that    early
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING   OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons   on    the    BANJO,   ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
'  ���BY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms.Apply at Todd'a or Major's
Musk Houses.
'". ""
ARE
SURE
OF LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
>ou buy Rubber Goods from our
store, as we never handle inferior gra:les !
Hot Water Bottles, Syringes,
Ice Bags, Gloves, Sheeting,
Bandages or anything else sold
in Rubbe:' means flrst quality at
fair prices at
RYALL
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
start to finish.    They have never appeared In the west hefore.
Billy DuVaVH Is the happy tramp.
Mr. DuVall hpd the misfortune of
losing one of his limbs when but a
vouth, but ttftB did not put a stop to
his theatrical aspirations, as may be
seen by hla atrobatic dances. Fen-
ner and E&,va girl and a boy, are
entertainer*/sof a veiv high order.
They do M&e of the most eccentric
dances in flip piesent day vaudeville.
Tliere will B*"four new photo-plays.
Extra shows qu MOnday.
'fr*
Subdivided Into %Acre Homesites
Each and every Block is
absolutely cleared and in
first class cultivation, this
property having for some
years been producing early
fruit and vegetables, and
can be recommended as
the best residential site in
this favored locality, with
magnificent view of the
lake and the surrounding
mountains.
******
On Lot 1 there are a number
of glasshouses.
On Lot 2 a substantial residence has been erected.
There is a good graded road to
each block.
Carline within a few minutes.
Plenty of water.
ONLY EIGHT BLOCKS
and NO MORE LIKE
THEM
FOR PRICES AND TERMS APPLY
THE SETTIER'S ASSOCIATION Of B.C.
ON    UAH,.
them, and we are assured tnat   ����"> .,  .,  , '. ^:.x.	
application  muat  be  made  to ����*��vel Agaln-stero
<������� I ^#��ry Trial. .
ns    Elects
657 Columbia St.. BAmonna ProahyteYtan Sunday       Cshwkb S^fens,  a  r,sldient of do-
Phono  ��2. " '���   Now  Woottttlnotor. \    **��   wm   hf)ld   theh.   annuaV  fpicr.ic   verdala, diplttared  ln  th��*poHce court
= I on .Monday,   Dominion  day.    teevln*   yesterday     Wrnir.��     ,.n t.a    perjury
.Kdmonds   at   8:tW   a.   ni.,   connecting   charge alleged  to hav
I with th" G. N, trains nt the brldige
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON All DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
Bathing Caps,
Waterwings,
and ali Seaside
Requisites at
ilRi"ORlJG~STORE
Four Uooik Eait of Hank of
Montreal.
New Westminster,  D. C.
HONEY TO LOAN on Residential
'property; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. **
All the scholars from the different
schools in town, including the or-
phonage, have been Invited to a fiee
sight of the moving pictures at the
opera house this afternoon.
Net how cheap, but how good. Hear
the great dickering Hros.' player
pianos at the Columbia Piano House,
opposite City Hall. Made and guaranteed by the only living Cbickerings
making pianos, truly the wonder of
the age. We have other piano flayers
as low as $150 in price. ������
The halibut steamer Roman came
up river last evening, and ;do;ked al
the Columbia Cold Stor.ee wharf
She lias a very light catch on board,
something like 100,000 pounds of
fish.
Today !���" the last chance to get ft
rebate on  the  Provincial  taxes.    The
office of the ast-vs.-ior will o90se at 1-
o'<jook this noon, nni! after then all
peraoiua In arrears will have to pay
the   full  amount.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
properly; lowest cun em rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., Glil
Columbia street. **
Th.- road oil or.leri.vi by the council some time a��o 'haw beer received
and will be used on all the maeud-
amizad roads of the city as soon an
the weather permits. Th!i�� oiling Is
one of thc most modern and eftlca-
clouu method? known to modern engineering science for laying the dust.
Queen's Avenue Mtfhudlst ("hurch
Sunday school Dominion Day picnic,
to Blackie Spit. Tickets un sale ai.
lti-id & McDonald's Store. Also by
\V. M. Chapman, care Lees Ltd., and
at platform oi,' Monday morning.
Adults, CO cents return; intermediate
Si ho', irw  only  25  cents  return.     Train
leaves c.  N. 'R. station   9:20   sharp.
(?uy   tickets  early. ������
Burnaby people are evidently interested in the doings of this city in the
way of harbor Improvements. The-
following lelegram touching on the
recent bylaw secl.ion was t> nt '<n
Mayo; Leo, while ou his way east bj
the i resident of the Burnaby Board
of Trade, Mr. Ij. O. Walker, J. p.:
"Hearty congratulations. Result tend.--
to unite Burmiby and city,���Wiilker."
At the Royal.
Three big acts is the fare at the
Royal theatie for the first three days
of next week. The Tarhon Duo. a
lady and gentleman who play on
everything are one Uu hzicmh from
been committed at the last assize.- jAfter electing for a jury trial Si vans was released on $1,00.1 'ball t> appear when
called upon before a oun of competent  jurisdiction.
J*5
TEACHERS   WANTED.
'Male teachers wanted for the New
Westminster schools. Applications,
stating qualifications and salary must
reach the Secretary's office by noon
of Tuesday, July 8th.
L. AVO !Y WHITE.
Secretary  Board  of School  Trustees,
New Westminster.
ALWAYS!
The  latest  styles,  flrst   class    workmanship,  and  entire  satisfaction   by
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New  Westminster.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER 8UPPLV
Keep your neighborhood clean. Special attention being given to stable
manure removal, and yoi will have
very few flies to contend with.
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHING,  BOAT HOUSE and   FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel Just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building thb season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
oflleo on the property.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL T0WN8ITE AGENTS.
Lulu Island
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt ls tba stuff that tba foundations of wealth and happiness ara built of.
Money may be uaed In two ways; to spend for wbat la
needed now aud to Invest for what shall ba needed ln tba future.   Money cannot be Invested until It la flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR, Central Manager O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager,
Mayor Lee sayB: "Queensborough and Lulu Island will benefit
great'y, for the foundation laid today will, I have good reason to believe, mean that Lulu Island will become the national port of the
Pacific."
Tihe section of Luki stand within the City Limit* affords the Ibest
field for Investment offered to the public to day. lt is impossible to
realize the great development that will take place In thl** section
of the city.
Prices ,prevailing today are only a fraction ot what they will be
soon. ,
We have Exclusive Listings of some
of the best properties in this section
|   _   .   SEE   -   -   -
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobl e
and Marine Insurance. <
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN  JCXEra
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Builders
Contractors
Let us figure wltb you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster ahd  Crescent Valley,  B.  C.
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