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VOLUM .**,   MBER 79
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  FRIDA Y MORNING, JUNE 7, 1912"
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SIR WAIiiUrS
VISIT IS BRIEF
Conferred With Mayor Lee-
Made Run to Chilliwack--
Gone East
Pleased with Signs of Progress   and
Prosperity���Wlll Sail for England
, Forthwith.
Sir William Mackenzie, president of
the Canadian Northern railwav, was
in the dty for several hours ln company with Mayor J. A. Lee yesterday.
In rest ouse to a telegram from tlie
railroad magnate, Mayor Lee made
the trip to Vuncouver yesterdi'" morning in bis car and met Sir William at
0 o'clock. He drove him over to this
city ami after a short drive around
town they left at 2 o'clock for a trip
to Chilliwack. In 'the party besides
Mayor Lee and Sir William were
Colonel Davidson, of Toronto.,General
Manager MacLeod, of the C. N. R.,
and A. D. McRae, of the Fraser Mills.
Sir William expressed great pleasure ut the prosperous and progressive
appearance rf New Westminster. He
stated that In the course of a few
years more he expected to see New
Westminster and the Fiaser rher one
of the principal ports on the Pacific
coast. Keen regret that he waB unable to accent the invitation extended by the Progressive association wus
expressed. Le sta-ed that he would
like nothing better than to meet personally the members of the el 'b. but
owing to ihe extremely limited time
a! hla disposal tliU was impossibl?.
His  Gone East.
Sir William left last evening for
Vancouver, and f om there returne-l
to the east. The haste shown wis
necessary cn account or tie fart that
he will rail in a fe v (lav* Tor London.
Whi'e Ir London ho will Spain be In
touch wilh Mavor !<o when the int-
'rr gees t'-ero In July lfl on th* financial bn Ire i i f thc city.
Mavor i.re in evening expressed
himself t\** >ve'l B-t's"ed with tbe lute:", lew v,:;:i sir William.
FELL INTO HOLE
NEAR EDMONDS
Automobile    Meets    with      Midnight
Disaster While Returning to
Vancouver.
DOZEN   UAOHEC.
And T'nren Y-ars i:i the Penitentiary
for Moral  Degenerate.
AImi Wifson was found guilty yesterday morning by Magistrate Clute
of a mo I revolting crime, and sentenced by Mm io three years in the
penitentiary, and ihat ba he given
twelve lashings. Wilson is consider* cl
a mora! c!< vercrate. l.e was artest-
ed lv Councillor Moote at Poi t
Moody iast Wednesday upon com
plaint Of bcme of the hoys o." that
place Fe pleaded not guilty and
elected for a summary trial which resulted In hls convl^Ion and sentence.
This ls lhe most severe sentence that
has lieen pionouneed In Magistrate
Chile's couit for some time.
George Iltnshaw was arrested Wednesday at Lake Buntzen ..upon complaint of Charle* W. Cl?ments for assault. He was lined $20 an.l costs b.v
Magistrate Clute yesterday  morning.
FORGING   AHEAD.
Westminster Products Find  Way All
Over British Columbia.
The Pacific toast Paint company is
another of the Industries of Westminster that Is i mildly attaining prominence throufhout British Columbia.
This concern was establisned on
Simpson st-eet. Sanperton, less than
two months ago by Messrs. H. R
E��;on and J. F. Doane. At present
eome six men are employed, and the
output of paint Is keeping pace with
the rapidly growing demand for thc
N'ew  Westminster product.
This company has a patented process for the manufacture of looting
pnlnt in Canada. The manufacturers
claim this it Is water proof and lie
proof and Ihey five with It a three
year guarantee. Its cheapness ls also
said to be an attractive feature to
those who are careful In their buying.
This paint has been used on the roof
of'the city ma: ket. bulldln;:. The firm
yesterday Idled a trial order from a
Nanaimo contractor, and ls rapidly
extending its market to all parts
of British Columbia.
GOOD SWIMMING.
Trapp and Cunningham Capture High
School Prizes.
Students unending the local High
school yesterday swept away their
hooks of lea nlng, and entered whole
heartedly Into the swimming contest
at the local Y. M. C. A. This was'lhe
llrst real te*t or the past winter's
work and those who entered the competition shojvfd thev were not at all
bnckward  In  aquatic athletics.
George Trapp and Harry Cunningham capture ! all the prizes in tho
four events the foi mer winning lhe
CO yard dash, and tho entry for swimming uinier water, while Ihe latter
excelled ln the dlilnu stunts, taking
flrsc both ln fancy dMng and ln the
plunge for distance.
Ills distance In lhe last event was
37 feet 7 Inches, which shows up
creditably against that of I'rofessor
Callis, who, on his recent visit to the
city, made 42 feet. Next Thursday
evening ,:he seniors will have their
little ��ay In the contest, and fiom
the large entry list, a goo;l program
is sure to be carded.
While proceeding hack to Vancouver at midnight an automobile containing a party of three ladles and
three gentlemen met with an accident
near Edmonds last night.
The front wheel of the . machine
dropped Into a large hole due in the
roadwav, the driver having stee.ee
to the left df the warning lane.n
One of the l.r.iles was thrown agalnsl
the glass wind screen and was cu*
about the head. Her injuries were
however, not of a serious nat"". TV
driver came into contact with r.he
steering wheel and wus uiulsuu abou*
the body.
Some of the party came back tf
Westminster, the icmalnder proceed
ed to Vancouver. Tlie front wheel ol
the car was smashed an.l the machine
lg being removed this mornlnic.
DANGEROUS PEST
DISCOVERED PERE
Fruit    Trees   Swarming    with   Tent
Caterpillar���Will Demonstrate
Methods of Freeing.
All PREPARED FOR
(ITU KAIL MfEMHj
EEEORTS TO EIND
MRS. PLAYER FAIL
RAPID PROGRESS
AT WHITE ROCK
Comjhting Summer Homes for Westminster People���Pure Water i.i
Plenty.
White noclt, June tl.���Mr. and Mrs
David Young, of Winnipeg, who have
just returned fiom a trip to China
and Japan, are the guests of Mr. and
Mis. P. C. Yo.ing at their White Hock
bungalow.
On Sunday last eighteen members
of the Vancouver Motor Cycie club
mad* a run to White Roc';, and for a
few hours :he teach and can.is became a veritable racing track. Several of the iaity expressed the
0| inion thai the sandy beach of WhiU
Rock male the finest automobile and
tnOtor  cycle   rsre  track   in   B.  0.
Among :he bitcsl oidorB for the
e:ection of residences bere ml��tit ; e
mentioned ttros? for Dr. Watson, ol
Edmond.'. .'. 1). Taylor, M.P., F. J.
MacKenzie, M.P.P., Ed. lt.imscleil, o:
Chilliwack, F. Winch, of Jnbiloe,
while tie seaside hotel being b till bj
Mr. Pc'.er Greyell, of New Weetmin
ster. Is nearing completion; aheady
ID guests are occupying the annex.
Tho floating pier being erected by
the Towne! * company juM south o'
the Hock itrclf, is almrst llnlsliccl and
Uie 1'oat house and buthlne sheds in
connection nre in the bulHer3' hands.
The last carload of pipe for the
Townsite company's waterworks s>s-
tem duly ai rived by the G. N. R. yes
terday and as the supply Is r'ped
dlrccG fiom two natural e;>r!n;/3 at
the top of the hill a plentiful supply
of pure waier Is assure!.
PIONEER   PA8SES.
Was Left Orphan by Cholera Plague
of Kail/ Days.
Mr. I. Lavery. lather of Mr. A. L
Lavery, of this city, died Wednesday
of paralysis at his home In Cncouna.
Quebec. lie has a number of friends
In this city, as he visited his sons
hero '.wo years ago. Mr. Lavery was
00 years old.
Ho came to Quebec with his parents at the age of seven years from
Iic'and, his birthplace. Shortly after
ai ihlng in this country both parents
riled In the cholera plague. He was
then adopted by a Mr. Corian, a
Frenchman. While born In an Fng-
lish-speaklng country, constant association with the French caused him
to take up that language and he soon
was unable to speak English.
Mr. Lavery leaves nine sons, and a
wife of a Beconl marriage. Two of
the Bons are here, one In Kamloops,
one in Victoria, and tive lu Quebec.
The funeral will be held Friday at 8t
Jean Port Joll, Canton de L'lslet.
The visit of Mr. W. H. Lyne, assistant provincial inspector of fruit trees,
should be an occasion tq'those who
yiide themselves in fruit raising wUh-
in the city limits and alao outside
the city, to take advantage of the
fiee demonstration which takes place
this afternoon on lhe benefits to be
iei ived by keeping fruit trees free
fiom pests.
Mr. Lyne has secured permission
rom the owner of an orchard on the
corner of St. Andrews and Tenth
streets lo treat his trees in the newest an.1 mom up to date manner with
i series of chemical and other spraying fluids, and this demonstration
should be of Inteiest to every fruit
aiser, great cr small ln this vicinity.
When seen yesterday, the lnspectoi
stated that conditions could not be
letter for gi owing frull than within
this cit ���-. Some people have an idea
that planting a tree is the only Khing
to do until tho season for picking
opens. "Au inspection of many trees
in different parts of the city discloses
the fact that unless they are treatej
in the near future their worth in productiveness will be next, to nothing.
"The  tent  caterpillar  j,est  Is  very-
bad in the south end    of    the   town
.vhere all varieties of fruit trees, and
at ious   kinds of  shrubbery are now
oe'nr  attackei.
"The remedy for this." said Mr.
L- ne. "Is to watch the nestB as they
:ire formed on tho Btnall branches,
'nt! either smoke them out or cut on
the limb befoie the larvae becomes
���j'i enough to emigrate. If they are
allowed to leave thc nest, it is only
���i matior of a few days before they
Viii spread all over ihe tree an J cn
o others, and in time will infect the
vv'.iole district.
"If ihe small motlia are nllo>ved t;
���.ct away, the oni.- remedy is tc
ipmy She trees with a solution o'.
ireenate of lead, three pounds of
which, mired In 50 gallons of water.
���na1 eg n strong enough lie uld to ev
terminate tiic-m. The batching eeehor
ci'imtm-ed two wee'^8 u:.o ancl will
Ljo*'   to  ttie end ot July."
:*'r Lyrt* In itn>lou��- tbnt th* p**
���lc of ibis city take an Interest it
the wc: k of exterminating the pests.
and ���".vends a general invitation tc
the demonstration which takes place
thia afternoon.
Telegrams    from.   Premier    and    Sir
William Mackenzie���Fraser Valley Provided For.
ATTEMPTS TO KILL
PARTNER WITH PICK
Ir.scr.e Cca! Miner Then Hanged Himself���Intended Victim Badly
Wounded.
LIMIT
ON   STEAM8HIP
SIZE   18   NOT   FAVORED
Philadelphia, Pa, June 6.���The
twelfth internal iona! congress of navigation has declined to go on record as
favoring a limit being placed on the
size of ocean eteamshlps.
During the debate on the subject It
was declared that the Titantic disaster waa not duo to the el*8 of the
ship, but that, on the other hand, its
immbnse proportions had kept the
vessel fiom sinking quicker. A smaller steamship having met a similar accident, it was argued, would have
sunk like a stone. It was tut ther declared that tbe recent great marln?
trayedy would have no nppieclable
effect on limiting the size of vessels,
nnd It was nsE��>U��d thit the time Is
not. far off when the Panima Canal
will be to�� small to permit the wife
nassage of the great, shirs of the tutu: e. , _
College Graduates Unite.
S"ohcuio. Wash., ,Tim�� c���rcl?ge
r-aduateg from Washington, Oregon.
Idaho, Montana and the Canadian
provinces mei here lor'av nnd omnn-
laed tho association of College Men of
the Northwest. The pnrpoee of tho
association Is to promote closer relations between collegemeh.
Leivistown, Mont, June fi.���Mat-
thew Ornish made a despeiate at-
tempt early today to kill liis partner
Frank Holllday, with whom he had
been wording a coal lease near here,
and falling, committed suicide by
banging. Holllday was awakened by
a blovv ln the face to find hia partnei
standing over him with a pick. Holllday J.imped from ths bei and rartlal-
ly succeeded ln warding off O'mlsh'E
blows until he could escape f.om the
calin. Holllday was badly wounded,
but will recover.
lie alarmed his neighbors nnd re
turned to the cabin to iind Ormlsh
had committei suicide. The dead man
waa Ml ycare old, and leaves a wife
ln Chicago. It Is believed he was insane.
TO   BRAVE   ATLANTIC.
In
Motor Boat   la   Plan   of   Eastern
Editor.
New York, June ��.���The latest pto
ject of Thomas Fleming Day, editoi
of the Rudder, is to attempt a voyage across the Atlantic ocean in *<
35-foo: motor boat. he- sailed last
year from Providence to Home ln..a
tiny yawl, Seabird, but save tor a
test of seamanship, this waa not aucb
a test aa hia proposed motor boat
:!ilp. ,
Day expects to start during the latter part of thia month to traverse the
waters in which a motor boat keel
has never left a track. The voyage
will be doubly hazardous because the
route will lie along the Bteamshio
lane and a motor boat will be but a
speck on the wa\ej of the Atlantic.
There aie accommodations on the
boat tor a crew of five men.
MOVING   PICTURES OF
CRATER  OF  VE0UVIU8
Rome, Jtne C���Professor Mallad'
has HgEln descended to the bottom o"
t'e cre'er of Vesuvius. On this oc-
earlou he wns accompanied hv a cin*-
mn'"grnph oie ulor The latter auc-
c ednrl with f.rtvt dlflculty In photo-
p.'a'blng' tho p*il!o'�� descent, the
mifls'oi of "rror from the fumiro'e''.
t'e fumes luring f om flssurea and
other Intcestlnr phenomena which
are preludes to tho reawakening of
the activity of th* volcano.
The executive committee of the
New Westminster Piogressive asso-
cwtion met yesteiday afternoon when
tn* constitution of the body was
gone over and prepared for submission to the vote of the members.
There wei�� few changes in the document as originally drawn u:> by thc
committee and secretary to "whom the
thanks of the board were tendered foi
their work.
The gentrai meeting of the asso-ia-
tlon will be held this evening in thi
council chamber of the city hall, and
as the very greatest inteiea; appears
to be abroad in all that pertains to
furthering the aims of the association, an enthusiastic gathering is con
fidentially anticipated.
The proposed constitution combinei
the advantages of both centralization
and decern rallzatlon In a marked
degree. it U based on a democratic foundation, and at the
same time is most efficient in aci'ion.
One of the features of the document
is the provision for committees In
every municipality, city anil district
in the lower Fraser valley. Resides
the regular chairmen of the standing
committees, the chairmen of these
valley committees will be given e
place on the e>ecutive board. They
will bear the title of vice-presidents
The otlice of senior vice-president
will piohably be created for the prc-*:-
en1: vice-president of the association.
Could Not Come.
Secretary Myers read telegrams re-
cehed yc.-terdav from Victoria from
Premier McBride and Sir William
McKenzie ln lesponse to messages
inviting them both to an outing and
lunch in this city during his stay on
the coast. The message from Premier McBride was in response 'to one
asking if Sir William could meet a
committee of the association in Victoria lo arrange fcr the affair. The
messages follow:
Owing to his short utay in Victor'
a, Sir William McKenzie was unable
io maJce any arrangements to meet
j-ou here, but If he roes ito New Weet.
minster today, will be Glad U> tec you.
McBride."
Mwk you tor voxxr Wnd Invitation. 1 would heartily enjoy an outing, but on account of petting youi
message so lute I am afraid you wlll
not have time to arrange i'., as I will
only be in Vancouver and New Westminster tomonow. 1 leave tomorrow
night or Friday morning for the east.
William McKenzie."
The question of the upykeep of the
city parks and the growth of hay on
Albert Crescent was referred to the
municipal committee.
A letter was received from W. M.
McCloy proposing tlie organization of
t membership campaign. This was
referred to the committee cn xmkH-
elty as was a communication from
Hector McCaig offering free billboard
space lo the association. The com-
uiii.tee also tendered its thanks to Mr.
McCaig for his generous offer. The
special committee leported on the
plan of securing a slogan as outlined
in the News of yesterday morning.
They were given power to act in the
matter.
Will Bo represented.
The campaign committee was given
the task of learning the best method
of securing proper reprasontatlon at
Portland's Rose Festival next week,
and the Golden Potlatch in Seattle in
July. The matter of moving of the
Dominion Dredge office to Vancouver
waB touched on briefly but action
was postponed to a later date. Tbe
dredging "of the Fraser river is now
directed from Vancouver instead of
New Westminster as formerly.
It is understood that the Board of
Trade heartily approves the plan of
having an information bureau estab-
ished In Vancouver and that Its special committee appointed to deal with
the subject wlll recommend that it
be left in the hands of the Proves-
alve Association.
Clues as to Whereabouts   of   Missing
Lady Are Slender��� Wi:< Continue
Search.
Although unceasing efforts were
made all day yesterday and lar Ink
last night to find some trace of Mrs
Alexander Player, who disappeared
���from her home, 225 8truce street, Sapperton. Wednesday moininn. nil we:*
unavailing. It was thotfght that a
clue had been discovered yesterday
when a boy in the neighborhood cf the
reservoir on Seventh street, declared
that he had seen and s; o'en to a
woman unsweiing her description.
The search was continued in this
ne','hboi<hood and a bed of leave? .vas
found which relatives thought might
have been occupied by her. A ^uarJ
was placed there las: night in tl.e
hope that she would return to Sleep.
but this also met with failure. The
turnt  will be continued.
OWNERSHIP NOT
YET DECIDE!)
ANOTHER MR. SMITH
ADVANCES VIEWS
Sub Committee Will Continue
Endeavors Towards Satisfactory Settlement.
Westminster    Wlll ��� Alwaya    Possess
Cathedral���8ynod Will Not
Alter. Canons.
'Americans Who  Go to  Canada
Men Who Make Home's on
Land."
Hot
;he
to
the
Seattle. June 6.���How to clieck
movement  cf  American  farmers
Canada  and  to divert  them  to
northwestern stales was a topic that
Interested the delegates attending Uie
Northwest Development congress   today.
The  cj::eEtion  was  brought  forcibly
to the attention of the concrcss    by
the publication In local papers today
of full page advertisements oi Can
dian  lands.    Mos-:    of    the    speakers
who dlscusced the question blame the
method of administrating public lands
for    retarding    development    in    the
nortli��est,  but C. h. Smith, ot Sxlem,
Oie.. tool.- a more optimistic vie.v.
1 am. not worrying abou;    Amerl
cans   who  ko to Cauida,"     said    Xi\.
SniU'.i.    "Ttvey are not the men vtbo
make home3 on the lan1 and it is tht
home maker that we want.   The men
who a:e going across the border    in
tend to stay   only   lor.',   enough   to
make some money and then move on
We  don'l  nee:l them in  the    northwest. \
"1 agree with much that has been
said here regarding the need of le-
forms in the administration of public
lands, but we must not forget that
large areas of valuable homestead
lands have rassed into the hinds of
���the corporations through laxity of the
land laws."
SPORT AND ATTRACTION
FOR ANNUAL EXHIBITION
ROYAL CITY MILLS.
Site in Vancouver So'd to the B; C.
Electric RaMway.
Tbe reported sale of the Royal City
Planing Mill* site by the B. C. Mills
Timber and Trading company to the
B. C. Electric company, is not the
lo^al site, but the ptorerty in Vancouver. Many thought that the local
properly hnd been sold, but this was
denied by t/lr. B. J. Rickman, manager
of the locals mills, last night. It is
understood thnt tbe consideration on
the sale was approximately one million dollara No announcement'has
heen made of the use Intended for
the new acquisition by the B. C. Ele-
trie comrany.
Mr, .Rickman stated last night that
he is conferring with Mr.'Hendry regarding the rebuilding of the mill
here which was recently burned, but
no decision has yet been reached.
The R. A. & 1. Society has made a
contract with the Western Vaudeville
association of Chicago for the latter
to piovlde six acts at the annu.il exhibition beld here in October. These
aie said to be about the best outdoor
acts that have ever been staged on
tho Queens park oval during the fair.
0:her attractions are -bein-' sought
for, including a balloon ascension, and
an aeroplane flight.
Spotting enthusiasts will bave their
hands full keeping track of the many
athletic events to be staged during
the week of the fair for not only
have the Seoi ish sports been arranged for, br.t the B, C. champtonshlph
tor 1'J12 will be run ort at the park.
CALL OF NORTHLAND
LURES OREAT
NUM3ER
Excursion Committee Busy.
The transportation committee in
connection with the citizens picnic
visited the C. P. R. and the G. T. f.
officials in Vancouver yesterday with
relation W the, cost of making a
boat 'lilp on the day of the outing. Bo
far no place hag been 'eclded .iron
owinp to the commute* not having
knowledge of t'i�� PreH��.<-v rWr* ?* ���'"���
trip. The ��UtiB.�� will, be held som*
day between July 16 and the ond ol
j that month.
Athabasca Landing, Alta., June 0.���
The frown Lumber companv has
opened a yard here and hag forty-one
care of lumber en route. Mr. J. P.
Evans is manager and predicts a
hupo businesg this summer.
Eighty-seven passengers left on the
steamer Northland Call last week.
They are booked for points in the
Grande Prairie snd Peace River districts. River traffic thete days presents preat activity. Tbe Hudson's
Bay are building two large steamers,
one for oreratlon on Lesser Slave
Lake and the other for use on the
Athabasca river. They are also rushing to completion rome hundred or
more scowB that will convev freight
to Fort Chlniwweyan. at whieh point
It will be distributed for posts along
the great McKenrie river.
Clergy, aprveyots. prospectors,
iownslte see'e-s, en��dneer�� and t-sn-
rer. arP stalled here at the Landing
waiting for the first boat* to ���> north.
Every day sees fresh arrivala and
more reorle will po Into the north
countrv **v the flrst. boats than have
gone for the last two years, -
Wai Instantly Killed.
RcnVare. Wash., " June 6.���Donili
Vnrelwfld. 14 yfears old. waa killed
late todav by an automobile in which
Mrs. Thaddeug S. Lane, wi'e of the
president of the Home Telephone
comnnny. and Mr. and Mra. J. A.
Coram, of Boston, were rldin". Mr.
Coram is prominently identified with
the cofre^ ruining industry through
the Uni'ej Kates, tt Is said thrt
young Morehead stepped ln front Of
the <����". which was going at tv moderate speed,
The ciuestion of the ownership of
the See House proper.y in New
Westminster was not finally solved at
jester Jay's meeting of tbe synod hi
Vancouver, it is assured, however,,
that the city will alwxya possess a.
cathedal, lor lf at any time the
bishop's "cathedra," or chair. is-
moved, u canon will be promuigate.1
giving to holy Trinity '.ha tki�� oi
cathedral in perpetuity.
Tbe  llrst thing  considered yesterday  was whether approval world be
granted to the proposed sale of the
See House an;l propeity at New Westminster; also to the setting aside of
100 by 200 feet on the site at Shaugh*
nessy Heights for the erection thereon of a residence for the bishop; tbe
title to be vested In t'ie synod.
Bishop Speaks.
In     introducing     the     discission.
Bishop de Pencier statej there weie
two  reasons  for  the  change.    First,
the present site in New Westminster
was becoming too valuable and that
they -would soon be taxed out, of thee
present  See  House,    in  the   see'end
place the piesent building would soon
require a very large expenditure    to-
make it habitable.    In his opinion it
would be better to build on n site of
far    less    value.    The    prasent    See
House site is valued at $25,000.
As to the ownership of    the - proper ty he only wished ta do what was
fair as  bei ween   t"h:istfan men,  and
if it were lottn 1 that stateihent?   vero
found in the deeds that were net in
accordance with tne facts it was only-
fair  that   lbe  rights  of  Holy   Trinity
parish should be teeopu/ifef.   At '..resent the pioperty was ra&Hrertd us tho-
property of the dlorese. but if, n. rhe
parish   claimed,   the    role    ownership
was tested in t'ie parish, thy ie&o!it-
tlon ot the sjnol would    be    cf    no
a-rott.   He wlBhed. Vsxnxm*,-that, tlte
matter wbuld be finally settled.
The Westminster representative*
also Bpo'.te ot length, claiming that
tbe propeity belonged to Holy Trinity,
and that if need be they would curry
their case to the foot of the thrcne.
Committee to Decide.
A sub-committee of the synod had
been appointed to consider the matter, but had not had time to complete
its labors. it was recommended
that the synod recommend tluv; the
incoming executive committee continue ln its efforts to effect a satisfactory settlement. AP.'er considerable
discussion which showed a desire to.
do whatever was fair the recommendations of the executive committee
were adopted with a proviso tbat two
members of the synod be added to-
work with the sub-committee, and
that if the property be found to be-
vested ln the parish then that the
sale be left ln its hands. Tbe bishop
appointed Rev. C. B. Clark and Mr. F-
Harmcr to act on the committee.
This matter settled, the report of
the social and moral refoim committee was presented to the syno 1 by
Rev. F. A. P. Chadwick. nnd dealt at
some length with the various evils,,
especially betting and gamMing at.
the race track, in tsmjerance, end:
the social evil.
No Alterations. '
The rrop'osal to make the cbtircft
year co-termlnous -with the civil year
instead of from Easter te Easter waa
vetoed.
The alteration in the canons whicli
would have given the Christmas day
o.Terlng to the clergyman instead of"
tl-at on Easter day, wns defeated   a*r
tcnling to augment general revenue'
at 'be expense of the minister.    Air
amendment provided that the offering!
on Chiistmas day in every congrcsa-
rlon should be given to the widow*-
ani orphans fund.
The financial report showed that
the diocese was ln a flourishing condition.
Lady Sustains Injury.
A recullar accident liappen*1- ��t
Roval Oak yesteiday in which Mis��
Edith Selic sustained two brWcem
ribs, ill apreara that a passenger
alighting from a B. C. E. R. car ttt
thnt r-olnt was catrying a long pole
and this ln come way came in contact with MIbs Selic as she was boarding tbc> car. She came through to-
this ritv where she obtained medlcali
assistance.
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SUFFERER PAKSFS
SATISFACTORY DAY
Montreal. Tune fi.���The following bu'et'.n was Issued at
r,:S0 p.m. tods'-: 11. n. H. the
Duchess of Ccnnaupht passed
a satisfactory da��-. sleeping a
considerable portion if thn
time ard complains less of
nain. Her Royal Hichne��B continues to malt* satisfactory
progress,
(Sisned) F. fi. WortMnT-
ton, M.D., A. E. Ourrow, M.D.,
W. W. Chlpman, M.D.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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PARSON'S TIPS.
RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SIX ROOMED FURNISH-
house, ail modem conveniences, hot
and cold water, telephone and piano.
Fourth avenue, half a block from
city car. For further- particulars
apply rooms 16 Burr block, 411 Columbia street.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���LADY TO DO PLAIN
sewing and mending at home. Box
65 News office.
NURSE WOULD LIKE COMFORT-
able room with private family.
Phone necessary. Apply B. Gill,
general  delivery, North  Vancouver.
WANTED���TWO BOYS TO LEARN
trade.    Walsh Sash & Door Co.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED
406 Agnes street.
FOR   RENT���NICELY   FURNISHED
front room, 621 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply 324 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 464 Dixon street, oft
Harvey, Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
WANTKD���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL,
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
WANTED���AT ONCE. A PRESSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED ��� ENGLISHWOMAN DE
siies post as housekeeper; thoroughly domesticated. Mrs. Davis,
215 Regina street.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle, 49
Albert Crescent.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    3(1 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
dlately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
FOUND.
FOUND���ONE BLACK PIG, ABOUT
nine months old. Owner can liave
same by defraying expenses. Apply
G. Grady, poundkeeper, Edmonds.
W INTED -���
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPL\
cafe,   opposite C.' P. R
MONEY TO LOAN ON RES1DEN-
tiai property; lowest cun ent rate,
payable in five years with privilege
of repayment in three: easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia stieet.
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE���EMPIRE   AND   SMITH |
Premier typewriters,  In  first class
shape.   A snap.   News office. I
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR    IMMEDI-I
ate  sale, six  roomed house,   block
from city car.   A. L. N., New Westminster.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL
mint 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: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
paving the following streets:
Sixth Avenue, from First to Fouith
Streets.
Fifth Avenue, from First to Fourth
Streets.
Fouith    Avenue,    from    First      to
Fourth Streets.
Third Avenue, from First to Fourtli
Streeta.
First  Street, from Real  to Sixth
Avenues.
Second  Street,  from Clinton Place
to Sixth Avenue.
Fourth     Street,     from     Columbia
Stieet to Sixtli Avenue.
Tenders will be received for Uie
following types of pavement: I
Asphaltic Concrete. *
Bstullthlo.
Hassam.
Vitrified Bricks.
Wood Blocks icreosoted).
Contractors    for    lavements    must
also lay the necessary Concrete Sidewalks,  Lateral    Storm    Sewers    and
ether works contingent, thereto.
Plant and specifications can be ob-
tnine'1 f:oni J. W. U. Blackmail, City
Engineer, upon deiosliing a cheque
valu* $25.00,
The lowest or any tender not neees-
���sarlly accepted.
Tenders to be deposited by '.,
���o'clock, with the undersigned, on the
JTth of June, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Cily Hall, Juno ". 1912.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phene 669
PRETTY five roomed bungalow with
full sized basement; piped for
furnace; panelled dining 100m;
bath, toilet, etc.: and Bituated in
desirable locality in the west end,
for sale at only $2700; $600 cash,
and the balance in 6,' 12 and 18
months. Enquire about this at
on:e.   It will be sold in a few days.
TWO LARGE SIZED LOTS on Hamilton Etieet close to Sixth street car-
line, 100x150 and all cleaied. Pi ice
$2300.   Good terms.    No. 10.
LARGE LOT ON FIFTH STREET,
uli cleared ancl on the widest street
in the city. Price only S1500. one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.   No. 324.
ON FOURTH STREET���Good lot in
/Ire ..-class locality, ail cleaied ond
in grass; si^e 63x150. Price $1400,
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.    No. 22%.
ON HILL STREET���Two large sized
lots. Price $675 each, one-t|uarter
cash, 6, 12 and 18 months.   No. 355.
ON HIGH SIDE OF TORONTO ST.
Three lots all cleared. Price $800,
one-quarter cash, 6, 12 and 18
months.   No. 200.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY���
WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
Times When Clergymen Havn CuggesN
ed  Winners to Gamblers.
Superstition enters into all affairs of
chance, and there is no one more
ready to allow it to enter into his
mind than the average racegoer.. This
was much jn evidence on the Saturday when Miss Violet Charlesworth
was released from jail, and on the
same day the horse named Violet
Charlesworth won the Hunters' Steeplechase at LinglielJ. Those who
knew of thia coincidence and acted
thereon were not disappointed.
ROOMS I    ^eiy  ��'t���n  gof"^   "t'Ps"  are  given
out   from   the   pulpit,   although   the
church   or  chapel   is   about  tho   last
place in the world where one might
expect to meet with such information.
In the summer of 1698, for example, a
party  of sporting men spending the
week-end at a well-known racing centre strolled into the picturesque little
church  just  as  the  morning  service
was about to end.    "The pursuit of
pleasure may fascinate a man for a
time, but piety wins in the long run!"
asserted the preacher, in  the closing
remarks    of   his    sermon.    "Piety,"
murmured  one of the   late  arrivals;
"why, that's the name of the  horse
they  say   will   win  the   plate."    He
took  the tip.    A  mare  named  Piety
won  the  Alexandra Plate the following week, and  it is stated that the
preacher   received    a  silver-mounted
hunting whip from an  unknown admirer.
At the Eastbrook Brotherhood, at
Bradford, Yorks, Rev. Herbert M.
Nield, who took for his subject
"What'll Win!-" tipped the winner of
tlie Cambridgeshire. In speaking
about the folly of turf speculation, he
mentioned he had heard that "Hack-
ler's Pride was good business for the
Cambridgeshire." This was too good
to be lost sight of, and those who
were out for coincidence tips "planked their money," and, no doubt,
Eastbrook's parson went up in their
estimation.
At Monte Carlo the gamblers are
great believers in omens and suchlike peculiar sources for inspiration.
A number of the congregation of the
English Church there once used the
hymn sung at the morning service,
number thirty-two, as a tip, and left
the church to put a big stake on
number thirty-two at roulette. It won.
There was some talk about his inspiration, and this led a number of
persons the following Sunday to wager on tho number of the last hymn.
Again it won. The next Sunday the
church could hardly accommodate the
crush of worshippers, but their intent
was frustrated, as the highest number on the roulette table is thirty,
two; and thirty-seven is now the
lowest number ever given out in that
church.
Omens nre often seized upon. At
Birmingham a cat walked on to the
course just prior to the decision i)f
the Autumn Handicap. At once thpre
was a scanning of tlie card to se.'
what the sign meant. The mixture of
orange, black, and white, that tlie
cat's skin presented, suggested to !
some a probable tniceess in the color-
ot Mr. LangstaHe, but other* tivok
the tip to mean Ti'^er. Tlie curious
thing about it was thut Tiger finished
first, while Mr. Langstaffe's Catty-
Crag came in second.
Another dream brought some Cumberland sportsmen a little fortune on
the Waterloo Cup, besides proving
that the number thirteen is not always unlucky. On two successive
nights before the draw for the cup a
blacksmith nt Bewcastle, in the Border district, dreamed that the winner
"'��s Hoprend and that its number wn<
thirteen. When the draw was published those who knew of the dream
wero amazed to find tliHt No. 13 was
none other than Hoprend. Struck
[ by the coincidence, No. 13 was backed and Hoprend eventually won the
cup.
The bridge on the River road near
the Boundary Road ls unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons using it
are hereby notified to go slowly, and
observe caution in crossing.
All parties using this bridge do so
at their own risk.
Hy order,
FRED L.  MACPHERSON.
Municipal Engineer.
POWERS   NAVAL   PROGRAM.
Exceptional Moves Planned���Prince
Louis Leads British Navy.
London, June 6.���Summer seem3
likely to witness unusual activity in
the fleets of the principal powers,
mos-t of which will carry out maneuvers on a large scale. The British
fleet, as in otlier years, will be placed
on a war footing at the end of June,
and the strategical as well as tactical
exercises iu which it will be engaged
will present, features of exceptional
interest and importance.
Soon afterward the German high
sea fleet, augmented by its reserve
divisions, will begin its autumn maneuvers, in which for the first time it
will have the services of a complete
dreadnought squadron of eight battleships and two battle cruisers.
The American fleet, now dispersed
to its ports after the winter maneuvers in. the Caribbean sea and the
battle practice, will at the same time
be engaged in Its summer drills and
exercises, while the reorganized
French fleet will, it is understood,
carry out an etxended program of exercises. *
The. flrst official indication that the
British naval maneuvers this summer
are to be on an exceptionally large
scale is to be found in the' appointment of Vice-Admiral Prince Louis
of Battenberg as commander-in-chief.
He is one of the sea lords of the a.l-
mlraity, and the appointment of an
admiral for sea service while he is
still serving on the board is quita
without precedent. The step, has
therefore, caused no small comment,
as has the appointment of the flrsl
loid's naval secretary Rear Admiral
David Beatie, to command a cruiser
squadron in the maneuvers, antl the
working of the arrangement in practice is eagerly awaited. With the exception of Sir William May, -whose
selection as umpire-in-chief is also announced. Prince Louis will be the
senior of thc twenty flag o.Ticers engage! in the maneuvers.
The suggestion made at one time,
that press representatives might be
a'lowcd on board the ships during ths
operations, does not no.v s?em *'voly
to be followed. But probably befa:e
tte maneuvers bec/in or at their con-
elision an opportunity will he given
for an inspection similar to those organized on moie than one occasion by
I ord FiFher. Correspondents were
ihen invited to inspect the newer vessels of the fieet, and to witness destroyer and submarine maneuvers.
Fiom the appointments of Sir William May and of Prince Louis of Battenberg. it  is reasonable   to assume
that something of a similar kin I may
be  again  done.    Both   these   oTicers
too'' a prominent nart in the 1006 operations,  Sir   William   May  in   com
mand of the blue battle squadron and
Prince   Louis  in  comamand    of   the
princinal   blu��  cruder  souad'on.     It
was Sir William May who   caused p
sensation   b.v asserting   that h*   had
held command of the channel for 56
hours without molestation.
The number of warships ta'cine
part will almost certainly show an Increase over the record to'al of 1-5.
wbich were utili7ed in 1906, but tho
exact number will tlepe-n \ uron the |
supply of men. The principal etec- ;
tive warships from the reserve con, of
course, he manned by active service
ratings from the training srhooU. bu*
o'der vessels require a proportion of
reservists to complete their crews
For such a step Great Britain and
the United States, whose fleets are
manned b.v voluntary enlistment, are
not so fortunately placed as those
powers which have an entire conscript nation to dtaw upon. The
measures taken to Increase the British fleet reserve in recent : ears have
not been without their efect. hut it is
no-' slwavs convenient to take away
B large number of the men from their
civil emnloyment at one time for exercise in time of reace.
city are showing a keen interest in f   BUSINESS   DIRECTORY
the movement to i mprove New West-1 ,1���J
minster's one morning paper. Those |
who have not already subscribed are
recommended to take an interest ln
the new organization. Terms of payment on stock will be arranged to
suit you. The Westminster Daily
News will be a non-political organ
and will be run on independent lines.
Mr. James R. Duncan, the secretary
of the company, will be glad to give
fuller details as to what is to lie done.
Ring him up on Phone 009 or 669, and
lie will call on you. **
Cotton Picking Machine.
It Is said that a machine has been
invented that will pick cotton. To
produce such a machine has been the
effort pf inventors for more than 50
years, and if success has at last
crowned " the perseverance of some
genius not only will he make a fortune, but he will bring about 6uch a
change in economic and social conli-
tlons in the cotton-growing states as
will amount almost to a revolution.
Four million women and children are
now employed <as cotton pickers, and
,the machine will release them from
bondage, and send the women back to
their homes, and the children to their
schools.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27, I. O. O. F, is held every Monday 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, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
NOTICE!
A general meeting of the New
Westminster Progieesive Association
has been called for 8 o'clock on thc
night of Friday, June 7. in the Council Chamber, City Hail. A constitution will be adopted and the executive committee will submit a report
embodying Its recommendations. All
membeis and those Interested in the
development of this city and thc
Fraser Valley are invited to attend.
K. MYERS,
Secretary.
June 4, 1912.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Ena'neerlng Department.
To  Builders and Contractors.
Tenders aie invited anl will be leceived by the undersigned up till f
p.m. on Friday, 21st June. IS'12, foi:
Alteration* and i frame i extensions
to Old Hall, Municipal Hall Grounds.
Edmonds, B.C.
Plans and specifications may be obtained at Engineer's Ofiice, Municipal
Hall. Edmonds B.C., on 'depositing
$5.00, which will be returned to all
bona fide tendereis.
Tenders will not be consliered unless submitted on official  forms nnd
accompanied by certified cheque for 5
per cent, ol amount of tende-.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS.
Comptroller.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 107u.
Adam Smith Joh-ston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. I.
Whiteside. II. Ii, Edmonds.
NOTICE TO THE  PUBLIC.
1. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.    Over C. P   R. Telegraph
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARItlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooma 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. O. Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler. W. O. McQuarrie. O. B
Martin. (l��n. Cassady.
Mr. O. IT. Rathburn Is not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Matcl)
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.
Ltd. The public will kindly take du<
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co., Ltd.
TENDERS FOK HIGH SCHOOL.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
SEE   our  Subdivision   Advertisement
TWO    HOUSES    TO    RENT���Both
handy  to car    line.    One    $26    i<��r I
month, tho otlier $14 per month.
RURAL SNAP���20 acres near Hazle
inere; 8 acres cleat ed; small bouse
and barn: all let el, goo:I soil. Onlj
$2500; 1800 cash, balance sprenc
Ov��r two ;eais at 7 per cent,
Keeping Up Appearances.
A typical aristocrat was the first
Marquis of Abercoru. He died in 131 ti.
but is still revered in Ulster under
the name of "The Owld Marquis."
This admirable nobleman always went
out shooting in his blue ribbon nud
required his housemaids to wear white
kid glovei when they mnCi bis bed.
Before he married his first cousin.
Miss Cecil Hamilton, he induced the
prince regent to confer on her the
titular rank on an enrl's daughter,
that he might uot mnrry beheath iiis
position, nnd when lie uisrtivered she
contemplated sloping he senl s m *
-.nge begging her to tako the family
coach, u.s it ought never tn ha nain
thnt I.ady Abercoru left her husband's
roof   In   a   hack   chaise.���"Collection*
and Reoolleotlons."
QUEENCQOaOUGH     HOME ��� Two
storey house! eight rooms; lot   all
cleared    and    lenrly     for garden.
(2700;  terms to ar.ange.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that I, Thomas Ralph
Nlckson, of Vancouver, occuputiou
contractor, intend to apply for permission to lease the following described lands for 21 years.
Commencing at a tost plante.l at
the southwest corner of District Lot
1H84, iliince north to the northwest
corner of D, L, 1384, thence 40 chains
west along the north boundaries of
D, Ls. 1;183 ami 1382, ihence south
along the west boundary of L). L. 1382
to the shore Hue on the Gulf of
Georgia at the Southwest corner of
I). L. 1382, thonce along shore line to
i oint of commencement containing
851 acres more or less.
Tbe lease Is required for quarry
purposes and to take gravel tbere
fiom.
(Signed)���
THOMAS "\i "m "if"'SO\,
"e- T��4i��n��T, viCKSOX, Agent.
Diite April 4, 1912.
LOW PRICED HOME���Neat IHtle
home, suitable for small family!
handy to car line: lot 60x132, nil
planted In strawberries and small
fruits; shed ut ienr on lane. $2000;
$500  C83h.
ON COLUMBIA STREET ��� Eight
roomed house and lot, 66x132,
$275(1; one-quarter cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
WEST   END    BUY ���  Four    roomed
house, partly furnished, with basement; lot 17x1112, uli cleared.
$2100;   one-third cash.    Terms.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurnnce.
Notary Publlc.
Curtis  Blo-.k, New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 205. P. O. Box 777.
Plants   Thst   Mimic   Stones.
In South Africa a plant ill the   -m
is  mesembryarithemum, growhiu  ���
loiiy ground, SO closely resoinli ���-
pebble that it bus been picked u.i i
mistake for a stone, Anoihsr sp-.-.i
of the same plant, grow Ina on tb
hills around the Knrrti, produce* Ih
leaves about us large ns ilucks' r ������>
bavin.' a surface resembling weal'ici
nl stone nl a brownish gray color tin.
"d with green. These plants look lilt
���.tones, but for a short time they pu
forth bri'.'ht yellow flowers. Still hii
other species ol tho same plants n
semhles the quartz, pebbles ninon
whicli its grows.
Wedding .Superstitions.
Wedding day superstitions are
about us bard to uproot as any others
���which is perhaps the reason tnat
they have existed so long. No matter
how rational we are, all of us hale
to defy tradition. E\en if we clo not
exactly believe In wedding day
;imens we hesiitate to taboo cei tain
incnths as unlucky for manias*, an.l
because our grandmothers and great-
grandmothers believed lt, we hate to
reject the old tradition wbich tells us
to:
.  "Marry on Monday lor health.
"Tuesday for wealth.
"Wednesday the best day of all.
"Thuraday losses.
"Fiiday for losses.
"And Saturday for no luelt at all "
Aside  fiom   lhe  tin e of  111?  hippy
selection of the day ll seems that the
���olor  Of   )�� ir    ; irments;     Influences
your future cireer In some mysterious
ini', If >������* can put sny faith In tha
''    '��� ��� q wbl'h ��� ir :
.....    ���., grjy( yo������    Hi go far away;
;, yi".:   ft lsh    n u'self back,
ll,    ou "* Hi   i s out of town:
>im  will  ������ ' i'   \our8elf dead;
you will live In a whirl;
-   n   ii.-li'iie'l  tp be seen:
. he wlll ulwivs ba true;
'Ink, yOpr spirits will rink;*1
In    whir;   vou    have   chosen
might.
In hla
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The Isle of Msn,
The Isle of Man hus nn urea of ' i
square miles ami a population of 58,���
000. The three legs used on its cniio*
are the emblem of the island nml
signify "The Isle of Mnn kneels t-
England, kicks at Scotland and spuria
Ireland."
A  Gcod  Time.
Alice���Did your cousin have a good
time in  Hoston?
Knte-- 1 guess so. Mother nml I
took to our beds after she left, nnd
she writes that she took to her bed
as soon as she got home.
Punctuation   Marks.
Full    stops    were    introduced    inti
FIngli-li  lil'Tiiture  in  16120,  colon* in
litZal an.! tsiuieuluus in 1W10.
Unusurl Bird Miqratlon.
' ��� ���>-! uniisnnl migration of birds,
which has Uken place over the Brit
i.i, f���i, . jurln? the lart few months,
many 'ftr* ones have fallen victims to
the s;i'i'tsinnn ancl the specimen bun-
te-. ��� icni"- birds shot nol previously
��� no ��� n n frSig rountry are the Blber-
i.,,. v'-cracker, two collared fly-
catchers, two Caspian plovers, and a
s'ci tic  b'lled curley.
The News Exnandlna.
""���c V Mtmlnster Dally News Ip
vow o-v-ied by the National Printing
i"H "Mlshlng CO.. Ltd., of New
Westminster, B.C, This ls d compnny
compose 1 entirely of New Westminster men whose desire Is to Improve
lhe paper and make It a publication
worthy nf the Royal City, A considerable Increase to the publishing plant
Is neoe��iary to attain the Improvements timed at. and which will entnl'
im lne eased expenditure.' of capital
The company proposes   t*   raise the
sum cr $20,000; and already much of
'bis hns been subsetlbed In sharos of
$100 each.   The business men of the
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" (nnd addressed to
L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Hoard, will be
received up to S p. in. of Wednesday,
12lh of June, 11112, for the erection
and oompletion of a three-story brick
and stone school, to be erected on
Tlpperary, Royal avenue, New Westminster.
Separate tenders will be received
for electric lighting and heating ancl
ventilating.
Plans and specifications can be
obtained on application to the uncler-
elgne-d on receipt of a deposit of J10
wbich will be refunded on the return
of plans. Hitch tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank In Canada, made payable to the Secretary of tbe New
Westminster School Board, for n num
equal to five (6i per cent, of his tender,  whieh shnll be forfeited if    the
party tendering decline to enter Into
contract when called upon to do so.
Thn cheques or certlileates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will bs returned to them upon the signing of
the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER /;��� MicitCRR.
Architects lo the School Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room. City Hall, aa follow*-
Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting on the tjlrd Friday of
February. May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elecieu at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. 11. Stuart Wade, secro-
tary.
LAND     REGISTRY
ACT.
36, ln the
Ite Lot 4 of Lot 0, Block
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 104112A, Issued In tbe name of Christopher
Brown, has been  filed ln this office.
Notice Is heieby given that I sliall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally newsparer published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the Bald Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEIT'I.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.  C,  May  11,  1912.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone  R 619.
all
D. McAulay
Second Hand Store
McDonald & smith.
Buy nnd sell new ancl    second    hand
goods of alf kinds.    Tools especially,
UO Mclnnes Street. Phone 1000.
Tel. 7111.
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ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      HLOCK.
Phon*  661. Box  772
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,  Lot
3, Suturban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
Rf LIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    IQatimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Rouble Street.
Baggaue Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. 0.C, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREW
INDIANS SLAUGHTER
MEXICAN SOLDIERS
Month-Old   Tragedy Related by   Refu-
aee���Old   Grutfo   Repaid.
Ean Francisco, June 6.���Ambushed
by Juchiteca Indians, GOO Mexican
troop'g were massacred in the city of
Juchltau a month ago, according to
Willis S. Hunt, a refugee, who arrived  be:e on  the transport   Buford.
Women figured conspicuously ln '.he
slaughter, according to reports. With
machetes concealed in their garments
and Bbielding native warriors, tbe women c\ the Jucliiteca tribe welcomed
the Mexican troops and assisted in
their slaughter later.
The massacre was a part of a retaliatory move to avenge tbe death of
tribesmen nearly thirty years ago at
the instance of President. Diaz.
Juchita'n can be entered only by
a narrow pass, not unlike Thermopylae. With colois flying and the
regimental band playing, the \lHexican
troops marched Into the city. Not
one escaped. Americans watched the
pass for days but no stragglers appeared.
Tbe men were shot down and tbe
wounded were dispatched by the women of -ihe city. .Inchltan ls a city of
about  40,000 inhabitants.
"EMPIRE   JACK"   TALKS.
Foundations of Canada Are Solid,
Say�� J. Norton Griffiths, M. P.
London. June fi.���It has been said
or Mr. John Norton Gilffiths, M P
who ha8 secured the contract fo- the
conetnution of harbor works and dry
docks at St. Johns, N. B., that he gets
through more work in a day than any
ordinary active man in a month. He
ls baioly 40, but he is perhaps the
most successful engineer and man o'
business of tlw> day.
He is managing director of Griffiths
& Co., Contractors Ltd., London; president of Norton Griffiths & Co and
of the Norton Griffiths Steel Construction Co, of Canada: president of
Griffiths and Co, Ltd., of Russia, and
of Griffiths & Co., Contiactors, Lt 1..
of Australia, as well as of a host of
similar nnder'akinpa. Canada lie Is
fainlllir with from tho Atlantic to the
Pacific nnd In Afilca he is equally ar,
, home. Ills lirst big experience In en-
aineerlng wns in Africa. He was offered the construction of a basardoua
railway undertaking. He accepted anl
s-.iccoedcd. Tben lm came to London
A'moRt Immediately his n��'iu- was
associite-.l "ih ii.' engineering pro-
jc.'.'s in mfay parts of the worM
Tho bli -est, jorba's, was tbe Chill
Longit-iJinal   railway  costing   (21,0.0.-
000 ; nl ��� resen'lng many mv recede nt-
ed i"":| ::i . There were wiscorei
predicting failure for the ambitions
Englishman, b ll th* difficiltles of the
countn of tb* Andei succumbcl to
hla gen) ���>��� e'en ;h did Mrica, where
unproductive triv.'ts flo'lilehed under a
rall'wny tr.humn maenlncently conceived.
Darin")    in   Politics.
He U ng .'in lni; In joUUcs na ln en-
pinrciln:.. It is a question whet'ier ho
will ' <��� remembe ed best by bis efforts in the direction cf Imreiial
Cnlon, or by his sensational engineering achievements.
Nicknames are readily assigned at
Wettmintter, and the fnct [that be
ciulclil earned the cognomen of "l-.m-
)dre Jack" gives nt once an indication of his personality. During the
short time that he hus been in the
Ho'.ise of Commons be has done moie
to fuither Imreiial unity, and to bring
it within tbe rantc of practical realization, thin bar, been accnmi lished in
the long (eilol that has elnp&ed sines
the iuea wi��  first  mooted.
"In Irapeilal affairs I have no politics,' 'he sai I to your correspondent.
"What we have to do where tbe Kmpire Is concerned is to place related
questions above all furty lines and
inte; ests, much as wo might be dls-
pored to tight over ratty matters concerning our o*n Internal affairs.'
Future   of   Canada.
Concerning tho future of Canada he
ls opiiralstlc.
"I ha\e watched anl seen, as an
engineer, the davelopment of Afilca,"'
be said. "I saw Its railways grow
from tbo roaEt and Interlace the interior. I have teen the same in the
Argentine and JubI a�� suro as 1 was
when this work wns In progress that
a greot mining Industry would be
created In .'ohannesburg. r.nd a great
agiicultaial COttntry In RhodeBla, and
big prosre-lty and a rich future In
the Argentine, which is the case now,
so am 1 s ir�� today that no Canadian
much l��g the people on this sl'le, realizes with what rapidity Canada will
grow ln wealth and population. I am
never   tire'   of   tellier   jeoile,   when
1 hear tbem say that Canada wlll get
a setback, that the foundations of the
Dominion are set solidly, nnd that
when the combined ro'llng a'ock ofthe
big trunk lines cannot get last yea''s
crop out of the country, one need not
worry about Canada's future. Its
prosperity l�� hasel on the soundes'
or all Industries, the wealth of tv
land. Literally, Canada is growing
gold.
"Bomothln* h"* been saH sT>ut lh"
loyaltv of rannda. As en o'd African, I would If'e to deal with t'��at
question. Undoubtedly, the Canadians fee) ns the" felt In Africa, that
they will bear to the full thelr lespon-
sibllltles in tbe Empire wbat ever
they innv be, but assun,'n'; these" responsibilities representa" m Is essential. We have nil got to work It may
be step bv sto for the onlv so'utlon
tho creation of nn Imnerlal Council
of Empire to deal with problems
which concern the Emplie as a
whole."
MARRIAGE   AT   LEISURE.
compulsory. Veibal or even written
engagements do not become "legal"
unlets the contracting parlies have
presented themselves at the to.vn
hall, declared their intention of marrying, ancl i,lven every information
/concerning tnemselves from three to
four weeks before the civil ceremony
can take place.
The beiiotlial ls placarded outside
the town ball for all to see, ancl no
exception to this rule is alio ive .1, To
take a recent example: When Miss
Dorothy Whilney, the American heiress, was married here to Mr. Willard
Straight, their names were "exposed"
among tradesmen anl worlimen for
.several weeks.
There is no special license, and the
wealthiest cannot get married ln a
hurry. In addition, under the heading "Piomesses de Marriage." the
names of the couple, are published in
the local papers with full details.
Though couples of full age can dis<
pense with the parents' permission on
entei ing into an engagement, parents,
relations, and even friends are perfectly free to stop or prevent a marriage b.v making a protest in legal
form, which is examined by the local
authorities.
WONDERFUL   INCREASE.
CHINESE  ADOPT  WESTERN
CUSTOMS AT  MARRIAGES
An interesting event too'< place on
/May 4 In Shang-su-ho's Garden, a favorite resort of the Chinese, whtn for
the first time a Chinese we:Iding was,
celebrated in public. The marriage i
was arranged by middlemen In the old
fashioned way, but instead of the
bride being carried in a closed sedan
chair to the brldgegroom's house and
remaining ln absolute seeluslon
throughout the festivities, which, in
the case of wealthy people often lasted some. days, both partle3 came forward public!;- ln the presence of thei-
frlends and relatives and were united
with elaborate ceremony, which included music, iendered on a piano,
the reading of the marriage covenant,
nnd the public exchange of troth and
rings.
The   ce'emonv conclude:! with the
presentat'Hion of flowers to the mar-
ried couple by all present, and a ban-i
iM-et. fn which the bride participated
.���sitting beside the brldeeroom.    Roth I
belong to wealthy local families. It ls j
to be noted thar    this was a purely!
civil marriage, ln contradistinction toj
weddines  in  the  church  of the  Chinese Christians. No more striking evidence of tb" cl'nn��e from the old toj
tbo new order in China has j et been
recorded.
In   Canadian   Trade   for   Pas*.   Year-
Imports   and   Exports.
Ottawa, June <;.���Canada's total
trade for the past fiscal year amounted to $SGii,t>9<!,7;i2, an increase of no
less than 11-03,606,343, as compared
wilh the preceding f'.acal year. Im-
portg totaled $54r,;iS2,5S2, an inciejse
of nearly $811,000,000; exports totaled
$315,317,250, an inciease of nearly
?18,000,000. The years increase in
ttade, over 14 per cent, la one of tha
largest, If not the largest, in tha history of Canada. According to present
indications tlie Dominion's tiade for
tn��� cui rent flscal year will run very
close to the billion-dollar marls.
Imports and Exports.
Of the total imiorts for the past
year $335,204,451: were dutiable goods,
while $18(1,144.249 were free goods.
The customs levenue totaled $87,548.-
452. an increase of $14,250,908.
Exports of domes:Ic products for
l>e year totaled $290,223,857, the principal items being: Agricultural products, $107,143,375: animals an.l t.helr
produce, $48,210,654: minee, $41,324,-
516; foreets, $40,892,674; manufactures, $35,836,284; fisheries, $10,704,-
C78.
The increase in agricultural exports
was approximately $24,500,00. In
manufactures the Increase was not
ouii'e half a million. Fisheries ex-
rorts Increased by a little over a million. On tbe other hand, there were
decreases of a little over four millions in the exports of animals and*
tbeir produce: nearly five millions In
tbe exports of the forest, and a million and a half in mineral exports.
Duiing the year Canada imported
coin and bullion to the value of 126,-
033,881, as compared with only $10,-
206,210 for the rreceiJln? year.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESLIMITED
"We Furnish Your  Home Complete.'
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
Quebec  Crops   Backward.
Montreal. June 6.���Tremendously
heavy rains throughout Lbe province,
etuslng a backward season with little or no growth except grass in old
meadows, is the report of agricultural
conditions given by Prof. Barton, sta-
t'oned nt the experimental larra in
connection with the Maedonalil college at St. Anne de Bellevue. Tbe
outlook is far from bright owing to
the cold damp weather.
Many farms are under water and
great damage has been caused, whilo
farmers who had no* completed all
their fall worl: have suffered heavllv
owing to the impossibility of getting
-at th�� land. Seedin-; will not be completed until the 'as: of June, msnv
farmers not bavlng yet commenced
Even the seeding of oats in many
cases is very far from complete.
Are Ygu Going Camping ?
Lees Limited can Fit Out your Camp Complete.   Tents,
Flys, Stoves, Cots, Bedding, Blankets and Small Utensils
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Extra Quality Hemstitched Sheets, 2 yards by 2%
yarls.    Per pair $3.00
Extra Heavy   Double Warp Cotton Sheets, 2 by t%*
Perpair       $2.25
Very full size White Grecian Bed Spreads       $1.95
H.  C.  Bed Spreads, In pink and blue $2X0
Very Excellent Quality Glass Towels, 24x34,    hemmej.   Each 12(/ac
Very heavy Barley Picke:! Huek Face Towels, 18c,
or per .. _______________%*  ��� ��� ��� * 35c
Camping Blankets,'ln grey and white.   Today an:l
Saturday   $1.25
Extra large size Camping.Blankets, white and g;ey.
Each $1.75
Lumberman's Special  Camp  Blankets, dark  drown
and very heavy  $2.75
Wool White I51anket3,    $4.00,    $4.50,    $5.03,    $6.00
and   $3.00
Camping Comfoiteis $1.50
Camping- Converters, finer quality   $2.00
Maish Cotton  Filling    $3.50
Eiderdown. Quilts, $6.00, $7.00, $3.00 and $10.00
Very Special Items in Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear fcr
Friday and Saturday
Soft Collar Tailored Madras Waists, regular $2.50.    Special ait   $1.25
New Norfolk' Tennis Coats, with black enamel belts  $3.75
Black Vlcene Cloth Skirts.   A regular $4.00 g: ade.    Special    $2.50
Tan and Grey Sweaters, in an excellent grade cf wool novelty, $3.00.    Srecial price, each    $2.00
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Special Attractions all Through This Big Store for "June Brides" or Beginners in
Housekeeping.
Nice Gifts Suitable  for Graduation  Presents in our Fancy Goods Department
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE"
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the i*~nl i roperty Immediately benefited --.nd the pro
r oition   in   which   the  assessment   U made on ; cr foot hon tfl te.
Hli;.    Lot.   Sub. Resnb,
Assessed   Owner.
Fion'
Feet.
Amt
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Is Rule In Switzerland���Names Are
Published.
Geneva. June (I.���A breach of promise case ln Switzerland ls very rare.
This is moRt probably duo to the fact
that, the Swiss law makes the publication and   registration   of   betrothals
a
4
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VidaV, James 11	
Johnston. John  .1.	
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S^chnake, Kate  	
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Rand, Arthur E	
Clute. Mary L. R	
Kyles, Benjamin   	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
McNeil. Al��snnder T	
Cliff. Ronald  L	
Sinclair,  .las.   W I
Elly, Ca Serine Louise M	
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Send Us Youi' Telephone and Mail Orders
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice.
I     The    Statutory    Meeting    cf    the
i Hoard    of    License    Commissioners,
will  be  held  at  the  Municipal   Hall
on Wednesday, June 12, 1912, at  10
o'clock, in tlie forenoon.
ARTHUR G.  MOORE.
Clerk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, B.C., June 1, 1912.
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Oliver,  Elizabeth   	
Rarnett, Jas. E. H	
Burden,  J.  N.	
Young, Murdoch  	
Young,  Peter  H	
Banes, Thos. S	
Boughen,  fi.  J	
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Dunhraek. L. G	
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Johnston,  Margaret J	
Dolg, Arthur   	
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McKenzie. John,  Estate   	
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Buchanan, 8. B	
Peeb'es.   Peter   	
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Flux, George  Henry  	
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McMurphy.  P.   H	
Murray,   William   	
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SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing in the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary required to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L. AVORY  WHITE.
Secretary  Board of School Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
FREE ROOMS
At 358 Hospital Street, near car line,
for laborers while clearing lots in the
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
Davies' Cafe
Serve tho best coffee and new laid
eggs for breakfast.    Lunches put up.
Corner Columbia and  Eighth  Street
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
Wfcite   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Wirelesr and Deep Sea Signalling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
Tbe largest and finest steamers from Canada.
New S.S. Megantic   New S.S. Laurentic
15,000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Hearers, Etc.
Sails July 6, An;. 3 Aug. 31
First Class $92.60, Second Class
Jane 22, Joly 20, July 17
$53.75, Third Class, $32.50.
ONE CLASS (11.)-CABIN SERVICE.
Twin Screw S.S. "TEUTONIC." Twin Screw S.S. "CANADA."
582 feet long, 18,000 honepewer. 514 feet , 8al(t June ^
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Class $32.50. up; Third Class $31.25.
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.    Embark night be
fore sailing.    No hotel expenses,    no transfer charges.
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
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Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
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Notice Is heieby given that the Corporation of tbe City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing tbe properties In the schedule above mentioned the' sums of money set
opposite each lot for one year, nnd n Court of Revision for the trial of
comi b'lntti and appeals against the assessment so proposed tn be made will
be held on Monday, tho 17th dav of June, 1912, commencing nt 10 o'clock
In tbe forenoon, at the Council Chamber, ln the City Foil, New Westmln
ster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be seivcd upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
��� *    VV. A." DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 23rd' May, 1012.
Pate of first publication 24th May, 1912.-   ���
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WESTMlwdTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
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WORK FOR WESTMINSTER.
Today Westminster stands on the
very threshold of those developments
toward which the failhful have long
al rained their eyes. A de.u is even
now heing consummated whicli will
add mateilally to the rank and
growth, not only of thc city itself, but
-of l!:e whole Fraser valley, while the
shadow of further colossal transac
lions of direct benefit to both, costs
Itself acrosB the arena of public
events.
We have said hefore that  there, is!
wor!; to the hand of every man in thei
city, be bis    position wbat it    may
Now is lhe time to begin
Hie Progressive Association meets in
lhe City Council Chamber.      it  was
Conned a month ago, and since then
iis executive  has  done yeoman  service In furthering the interests of the
city an.1 district.   This body is composed of workers, it organizes and directs work, and above all it needs the
���<:o-o;e ation    of    every  man,  woman
.and child in thc (it;.    Here then i
worK for all.
What Is thi3 Progressive Associations ol direct beneflt to both, casts
growth for Westminster and the Fraser valley from the bottom up. its
.-aim is to attract the attention of the
world to those ddvantagea which wo
here icssess in sites for manufactories, In homes for a prosperous peo-
pie, in facilities fcr land and water
transportation.
Its sphere of operations is nol
liounlcd by the confines of tha city,
ror it will he readily understood that
the welfare of Westminster and of the
Fraser valley march hand in hand. Industries in the one. agricuture in the
-other, and each in Its varied ramifications contributing to lhe growth of
the other.
The Piogrcssive Association i3 not
subservient to any Interest. Tho in
i"lation of real estate valuea is what It
does not stand for.    Rather, i- recog- 	
nixes ,ha;    uron  low prices    depend I Resimental  Order
out mentioning Annacis island, Lulu
| Island and Canoe Pass.
The Fraser river is fresh water.
The new dredge at work on the First
Narrows has just been laid up for several    weeks    to    have    her    bottom
I scraped.    This will cost a large sum
! of money. When did the King Fdward last have ber    bottom cleaned?
j New Westminster city owns its
own waterfront. Just as a starter, it
lg preparing a bylaw at the piesent
moment to build a nubile wharf balf a
mile long.
The mouth of  the  Fraser Is practically lanl-locked.    Once the present
per | work at the Sandheads is' completed
j chips will be able to make the entrance    without      danger     in     any
1 weather.
At. the present time, the rate of Insurance on ships entering the Fraser
and Birrrard Inlet is the same.
Tliere are sixteen feet, of water to
! Ihe gulf in tbe Fraser at the lowest
tide, and about twenty-six at high
(ide. After the jetty is built there
wlll bo approximately twentv-four at
low tide and thirty-four at high. ',
These are facts.
MYS1ERY ENWRAPS
BILLIARD ORIGIN
Evidences    of Game Go Back    Many
Centuries���Rival   Claimants for
Inventing   Strokes.
SWAT THE   FLY.
-Now  is the
Some   Hints   in   Season-
Time to Act   ^^^^^^
Neglect of proper disposal of garbage may be taken as evidence of
lack cf cleanliness an.i a want of
jroper regard for health and comfort.
All garbage should be kept in ft tightly covered garbage can and disposed
of daily or weekly.
Avoid places swirming with flies;
the presence of flies indicates the
presence of filth.
If more regard is had for these
very  Impoitant    considerations there
TonJjtht i^    l,e 'esa tJThoitl among those who
. ,_ ,��� ��� patronize the outing places.
Let all of us become "fly cops"
with thc opening nf the fly season.
Con the fly with swatters, poison
ar.d traps.
A pair of files starting housekeeping in .May, will, barring "swats" ani
other rrciilents. have 1,911,000,000,9
000,000,000,000,000 descendants by
September.
"ome people pooh-pooh the cry
against tha "innocent little fly." So
far as the general public is concerned, no sti on ver argument i3 needed
ac.iinst it than its filthy habits���
that's enough to condem it.
Here's an excellent fly poison:
One jint of milk.
One  rint of  water.
One Ublespoonftil formaldehyde.
One tablesroonftil sugar.
Place a slice of bread on    a plate
pn ' thoroughly saturate it with above
^mixture, having surplus of mixture in j
bottom of plate.   The bread not only |
a fiords a place for the fly to aligl.t
and feed, but it also attracts the fly.
Place these plates where files
swarm, not neglecting jtist outside
ths kitchen ioor. Place it out of tlte
reach of children and animals.
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REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
liotb the establishment of industries.,1
sind the well-being of the people those
industries employ. U alniB to make \
���work for emulotreT and emydoyee'
silike, and will strive to secure the!
.best, uf both.
lt. is time that. Westminster realized
to the full that    tbe race is to    the
Strongest, and  that  each of us must
Vie up and doing.    From Santiago to ���
Prince   Rupert    there   is   now   being
waged a struggle for supremacy as
the c can port of the Pacific.    West-1
"minster has the natural advantages, j
It needs but the energy of her people
���to stret ch out tlieir hands and grasp
the prize. |
All will recognize that this mp:>n-
work. That work must he organized
;ind directed, and it is for this pur-
nose thai the Progressive Association
tias come into being. Its members
have faith in the future of Westminister and the Fraser valley, faith In
themselves, and faith that, their fellow citizens will come forward and
aid in the work.
WHO SAID WATERFRONT?
The committee appointed to report
to the Vancouver Hoard of Trade on
linrrard Inlet as a harhor has done
so. It has told the hoaid of our
neighboring city that whereas Liverpool has but eight miles of wharfage
accommodation, Vancouver has twenty-nine without counting the N'ortb
Ann of the Inlet It also states that
wherever there is any "embankment
in evidence" that it would not appear
to offer ;my "difficulty preventing an
ordinary steam shovel heing able to
ten- it down." a little further on we
���notie this sentence: "In regard to
the price at which, waterfront property may be beld, your committee did
not coneider this feature, feeling ii1*-
-snied that il is a matter which will
righl Itself." So apparently there is
something wrong at present.
'The committee also thinks it wold
lie a good thing if tho city owned a
^triii of waterfront.
lie committee Qnds thai the dredging or the Flrsl Narrows that is now
going on is a "must Important and
necessary work "and should be ;r.:i-
tlnued nntli the NarroWB are made a
thoronyhlv s-iiv> enhance t" the
BwrtioT." it further recofniw n '���-��� go--.
ennnenl drsd^'ns along the -har-e-t
Later nl the Bame meeting Mr.
Heaps touched on tbe nne^tion ol
-.salt v.-ti'e-. I'e ad' 'va'"d the dam
niin-j of the Second Narrows an* *he
rutting of a canal at the heid-of tb�� J o'o.oc
"Inlet, jutl to secure Ihe fresh Fraser;
���iver water to clean the ships using
the Bui rard ink; harbor,
Thee is one set of facts.    We will |
glance at Hno'.ber.
From the mouth of the Fraser at
Steveston t i New Westminster is
��<houi fifteen miles. From New Westminster >o Stave river is twenty three
mlt!*. Ad1 tiie two together and you
vo' y.*- Double that (for there are
,..<, l.iMt'sl and you gel 7(1 "fi miles
of "-tiie- frontage on the Fh*aser river.
Much of this, but not all. fronts on
aSfien -t.i- al the present moment,
and whVe lhe Bteam shovels are buav
"ernbenkments" elsewhere.
No.  26,  by  L/eut.
Col.  W. A. Johnson,  Commanding  lOU'n   1:-rjimer.t.
Headquarters,  New  Westminster,
June i. 1912.
Special Musketry    Course���Adverting to Militia Or'.er No. ill. dated at
Ottawa, March il, authoiizing  :: spe-
| vial coime of tlie Canadian Bchi ol of
I mjskotry at Calgary, for three w< eks
cginning .Inly 22 fnr   officers of   the
i active militia, it is no-i lied that    ap-
j plications    for    the course must he
made at  once    to    the    officer commanding by any who may desire   to
i take thia course,
Applications of officers to he for-
winded in writing. Applications of
N. C. Os to be on militia form B,
362,
The following extract from advanced copies of ceneial orders No.
TS and 8S are hereby promulgated.
io Ith regiment, to he honorary
colonel, Honorary I.ieut.-Colonel J. \V.
Laurie, C.B, l Colonel Royal Munster
Fusiliers) Tth March. 1912.
To be chaplain, with honorary rank
of captain, the Hev. James Sutherland
Henderson, 111th March, 1912.
Confirmation of rank:
Tbe undermentioned provisionally
appointed offices having ipjallfied
themselves for their appointments,
are confirmed to their rank on the
date sel opposite their names:
Lieutenant P. C. McGIIIivray, 22
March, 1912.
Lieutenant II. C. Airth, 22 March.
1912.
Lieutenant II. W. sangster, 22
Match, 1912,
Retln im me:
Provisional Lieutenants A. Jenkins,
ami .1. .1. Brown, C company, arc permitted to rj-tire. 1(1 April, 1912.
I ol.-Sergeant J. T. Burnett, H com-
par. , is hereby transferrer to the
bu; 0 aumerary,
Pi omo tlons:
The o. ('. his teen pie ised to ap
itovc of the following promotions;
To be color sergeant, sergeant
Fn 1 .'. SimpsOn, B company, vice J.
T. Bui i" tt, transferred.
Parai 1 s:
A iuiil U companies will parade a'
tin drill hall eve y Tuesday r.nd
Thursday evenings al R o'clock until
furthei orders, dress, drill order. All
rltii ������-. 1' its an 1 side irma must be te
1 tr.i'l to company Btores al once toi
I    :"'il!Rtinn.
Sergeant Sutherland, A company, It
't.f.t hy details l to Instruct the
stretcher-pibare s on Thursday even
in-, ,'iur.e il, ai  the drill hull, at    .
Billiards���the most scientific of all
amusement games���is, because of recent investigations, undergoing a real
"revival" throughout the country and
even in Continental Europe. The
facts show that there is a keener,
deeper, broader interest taken by all
classes in tbe game than ever before.
The game is not confined to billiar j
halls, nor to clubs, as it used to be,
The home���and that means the small
home, the unpretentious home and
the apartment���is not rounded out unless it bas its billiard table, to which
the family adjourns after dinner and
invariably to which the host and
guests repair for puiely digestive
purposes.
This situation invites a reflection
of what billiards was onoe back in
dim centuries. And th�� reader may
say that he never knew that the game
was so old.
But it is old. It really never had a
beginning. Socrates, whom Plato extolled, played tiie game. Anachardis,
while trateling in Greece more than
two thousand years ago, marvelled at
its science, as he saw the balls rolled
upon a flat surface. Mary Queen of
Scots, brought her table with her
from Franco and nightly took exercise with ber cue. Shakespeare said:
"Let us to billiards, Cbarmion," an
anachronism that has been use:! by
all generations since the poet's time.
Billiards has a quasl-record as having been invented by Henri &3 Vi/yne.
a Frenchman, for the amusement of
Louis IX. De Vigne was a catpento-,
or cabinetmaker, who fashioned a
table with a bed of stone, covered
with cloth, and having a hole in the
centre, into which the balls were
driven, a bit on the order cf present
day pocket billiards.
This hardly accounts for the origin
of billiards, however, for theie are so
main- evidences of eien improved
terms long beforo Louis XL's rime.
Us introduction into America datei
back to the period, when Kngiish officers played it in garrison, called
"Kngiish winning and losing game on
sixpocket tables," of tlie skte of 7 by
11 feet.
Obscure as the game of billiards is,
no less so is the origin of the "twist"
and "draw" strokes, the two most impoitant. in modern billiards . Fngland
claims tbem hoth for John Carr, ih<
"bath marker," cn the giound that
come time prior to 1S-3 he was the j
first to chai': a cue. France claims '
tbem for Captain Minguad, which is
more romance than truth. The ob-
Iscurity continues without, any definite
way of finding out the facts.
YS' SUIT!
f���S*ERS FREE WITH EVERY SUIT
Here's an opportunity to get great value for
your money.' You purchase a Boy's Suit at
the regular price and we give you FREE a
splendid pair of Knickers.
Knickers Worth  from  75c, $1.00 to $2.00   FREE
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MAY    DIE     IN    WANT.
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eid & McDonald
The Store of Satisfaction.
Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers
Inventor of Explosion Engine Needs
Aid.
Paris. June G.���Leet he die in want
an appeal hag been addressed o the
French government to come to the
aid of Fesnand Forest, the inventor
of the explosion engine.
All over the civilize 1 world g cat
silent automobiles roll In orlncely
luxury, than's to the explosion engine. The aeroplane is ai acualitv
because of ithis same machine; submarines are prcc'led bv it and at
least one great liner plying the high
seas glides alone, funnelless, its engine being of the explosion variety,
Other great ships of the same kind
are belr.i; built and competent authorities declare the propelling power
of all ships will one day be the ex-
plosion engine.
But tbe man who invented the engine is old and poor, here in France.
He is honored: the French 'rovern-
ment desoratcd him with the Legion
of Honor Insignia, ln 1910, hut be Is
almost. In neei: he ha:' a hard time
keening the wolf away [rom ''he door.
Forest has a large family and hl=
home Is t pical or the very poor mechanic, which tbe Inventor Is. "'bile
��� ho'isands are reclining luxuriously In
tbeir $."*>0O. r>n-hor=e rower motor-
driven chariots, this humble vn''-
nr-n, plodding to his datp- toll.
dod-es ti-ese ca-n, the engines of
whic'i he invented. A more re'fect
satnvle of the irony of fate could nol
be found.
P,
totlni
11. SMITH, (apt.
Adjutant,  10-lth  Regl
Consideration.
"Ho you think women have a sense
of humor'/"
"Vps," replied MN* Cayenne. "Hut
I think they have heroine accustomed
to restrain their laughter through a
fear of hurting Nome man's fctdings."-
Wasblugtou star.
Tl"'-T 1,'"     "' '^.li'l"  llieius       Cl.-ey. "vi c,
tfv'flec., r*-\-.h\ eft Some work done
-.1 "���. r i- Ttr*\np.<* ilver. Anvwav, there
}/. is, TC utiles cf waterfrontage, with-
Pretty Near It.
Glbbs-One gets no diplomas In tha
("Chool   ot   i>x|ierleti<-..,      I )fl,l,s-l   don't
know. Tin. marriage eertlHcnte roniee
pretty near being one.-ISostuu Truu-
script.
ONE   CAMP   IN   WEST.
b   Col.   Sam    Hughes'   Schcru   for
Training of Canadian Mllltla.
Ottawa,   June   tl.���The  mini St" 1   -
militia, Hon. Sam Hughes, Is lns;:".tt-
ing an Impoitant change,  makin . fo,
economy of time and money  In   1 or-
nection   with    the    annual    training
stamps.     At present there Is but .
national  military training ground lu-
the higher tactical, field   manoeuvres
and    for    artiller/'  prar.'Ice. namelv.
Petewawa.    To  this  camp,  thc  ar;!!
lory,  the remanent corps,  the en:tt-
neEiint      services,     etc..    are     no
brought from all parts of the Dominion.    This  Involves a  la'ge expert i-
t'li.'e fir trtmsjiortatlon. and cOnsideia-
ble loss of time to the   men   com' -
from the west, or from tbe Marltlms
provinces.     The    transportation    er-
penses to the Maritime province (011-
tlngent to Petewawa this year, fo.  instance, will be over (30,000,
Hon.   Col,   Hughes    believes   ���t,'-!t
there should be at least three training camps for a country tt,e  she
Canada, and la now    negotiating   (0
purchase of area-*   in the   Maritime
! provinces an 1 In the west, where th
! men  from  those  dlstrie 3  can seen <
the training for which V-cv now have
j to come to Petewawa.    Suitable arec/
Can b<' purchased at. a comparative''
small coat, and  the present loss In
time occupied  In    traveling will b"
i saved to the corps," while the savin"
In   iranseortatlon    chargea   wdll   eor-
I pldera1 lv  more  thnu   nn"  Inte'est 0:1
j the amount paid for I he ue,v camps.
MUST   REMARRY.
Or Lose Inheritance���Wifcs Peculiar
Will.
London. Ont.. June (',.���'Iebe'- A.
Vaicy, of this city, lg in a predicament. He Is not yet LM. but four
years ago secretly married in Detroit,
after a year's courtship. Miss Madeline Beatrix Adams, of Philadelphia
They decided to wait until both became of age, when they would
married again in her faith.   Alt
GREEN    FOR    PATRICIA.
Toronto, June **.���The Ontario go--
ernment is 1 reparing   a ne��v map o'
I Ontario  which   will  show  th�� newly-
adlel  territorv  of Patilcia,  next   to
. Manitoba.   When this map makes Its
1 appearance before the public the ne*1
'territory wlll bf> colored green. jg
No arrangemen'  has, as yet, been j
._ j made for surve ing the houndary be-1
(1     be j tween this province and Manitoba, ln '
hough   doing this work  wireless telegraphy
1
<>������-.* r,
> bi
lAfa&fl'OWJ&llL
corresponding   legularly,  they   never
met again.
Last Monday Vnrey receive 1 a teb-
Cram that his wife had teen Injure 1
in an auto accident, and had died in
St. Paul. Now a telegram anno.ince?
that he, with a little sister -ind
brother of bis dead wife, ere to share
her estate, but it ia stipulated that he
must mairv a French actress ehnrn
of hers within a month or he disinherited.
will probably he used, one station being established at Port Nelson. By
means of the teierriph more accur-
ai.-? work can be doite than with astronomical observations and with less
difficulty.
DEPARTMENT   PLANS    FO"
TRAINING    OF    CADETS
Ottawa, June 5.���As yc' nothlnt
ha? I een decided in tegard to 'he
training camps for the cadets orrs
bm iwo plans are under consideration. One Is to have a lar-rs* camp In '
pflch division or military Mstrlct. anl '
the other is to have aubdMalon* !:i
each aivisi'-n, such subdivisions hav-
inr a ranfti^
Itules arid regul?"iiona f*ove;ntr,rr
'he cadets ttalnin1? in cam1 ire being reeulnr ones of the Oanidl in militia. While Ihey arc nor as oractlng
as the regular ones of the Canadian
militia, t'f> regulations '.111 provide
fn. ., . ��� .; de-,) 0r    .., . |c.,i t!ain!r.";.
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Beginning at 7:110.
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WAY TO REGINAS
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Red  Shirts Start Scoring���Play  Dull,
tta'lying Towards Close���
Score 4-2.
In a ding dong battle on the Queens
park oval last evening the Sapper-
lonl .ns defeated the Heginas to the
tune of 4-2. The came ltseTT was a
t:low one compared with previous intermediate contests, and it was not
um:il the second quarter that any-
thin k  like lacrosse  was shown.
"Tip" Sinclair started the scoring
In the first quarter for the Reginas,
and they held tbeir lead for some
time when Chambers sent In a smashing i-bot, thus equalizing the score.
The red shirts came back a few
minutes later, McMillan bulging the
net with a pretty shot. It was here
Ihat the Sapperton aggregation took
a brace, the defence forming a bulwark wllich was Impenetrable, while
tbe home picked up in speed. Nelson
lied the score once more, .lack Cham-
Iipib following up with a third for his
side. A few minutes before the final
whistle sounded Cotton fumblecf the
ball through his own goal.
Bert. Johnson for Sapperton was
way off color and missed chances
galore In front of goal.
The teams fielded as follows:
Retinas ��� Go.il, Coutts; point,
Jones; cover point, (^otton; defence
field, Huff, Stoddard. Salt; centie,
Kast man; home field, Turnbull,
Fletcher, Sayer; outside home, Sin
clair:  inside home, .McMillan.
Sapperton���Goal, Coulson: point, W-
Follls; cover point, A. Saint; defence
Held, Aithinson, MacDonal;l, Nelson;
centre, Johnson; home fleld, W.
II. Sclater, House; outside
Chambers;    inside   home, A.
page nvF
Sri.n"
home,
Follis.
Ready for Con Jones.
The Salmon Bellies Indulged in a
light iiactlce last evening in preparation for the approaching game with
Con .'ones' aggregation of imported
si.i.s on the Queens park, grounds
Saturday afternoon. While Manager
Gray will not divulge the probable
line-up of the locals it is fairly certain that thete will be a change from
tbar of last Saturday.
Thf recent defeat has cause 1 no
.'.lump In tho individual enthusiasm
amoni^ the | layers nml the fans ma;
rest assured Ihat this game will be
a hummer from start to finlBb. The
practice during the week litis resulted
In Eti��nj,thenlng ,he weak spots
which were taken advantage of by
the green    shiitB.    A    better    under*
!n  view of the possible policing of
the grandstands   an.l   thf   additional
standing; 'seems tohave been obtained    dnnger of attac't fiom aggrieved play-
,.a. ...      ..  - "lem.   tlie   International   liuset.aU   Root-
Vancouver 28
Victoria   26
rortland  ..   ; 25
Tacoma 2Ti
Spokane   2:1
Seattle 23
yesterday's Games.
At Vancouver��� It. H. K.
Vancouver   5   8   .'i
Portland      1    S    2
Batteries: Engle, Gervair and
Lewis: Lamllne and Eastley.
At Tacoma��� R. H.E
Tacoma 8 10   2
Seattle     4    8    3
Batteries: Gordon und Crittendon;
Fullerton and Wally.
At Seattle��� n. H. E.
Spokane 16 15   1
Victoria  f.   7   3
Battteries: Leonard, Chapman and
De Vogt; Narveson, Kaufman, McCreery and Grindle, *,
American League.
Yesterdav's Gam?*.
At Detroit��� R.'ll. E.
Boston    5 11   2
Detroit (   2    7    1
Batteries: O'Brien and Carrigan;
Mullln and Stanage.
At St. Louis��� R.H.E
Philadelphia 7 11    0
St. Louis   2   8   6
Bahteries: Bender and Lapp; Pelty,
Nelson and Stephens.
At Chicago��� R. H. E
Washington   9   9    1
Chicaeo   1    3   4
Batteiles: .Museer and Henry;
Walsh, Mogridge and Kuhn.
At Cleveland��� R.H, E.
N'ew Vork     8    7    4
Cleveland     8 11    1
Battel ies: Ford an J Sweeney:
Blanding and  O'Neill.
All. National league games postpone .1.
City League Baseball.
The Balmorals and the Mocse team
will battle on the Queens park diamond this evening in the second game
of the City league. Captain Herb
Ryall la taking no chances with the
fraternal men, and had hls band of
cenverts going tlnoup.h th<�� paces last
evening. Tonight's game is scheduled
to start at 6:110 o'clock sharp and
the penalty rule will be enforce! if
either team is late. Dr. Carswell has
agreed to handle tho indicator.
Here is the line-up of the Bals..
whloh Manager Maiden believes Is
capable of taking anything into camp
outside of the Northwestern league:
Dignan, Glass, Canlield. ?iher, ti��� all.
Stein Sinclair, Ball, Bherbino, Wo: ley
and Geliefy,
BASEBALL     ROOTERS.
Permissible   Expressions  to Be   Used
t��otwwn - tiio*. on Die <linen.?e and
tlte loopboles through wiiir.n ���:tie van-
coin cr ho>s might po will undoubtedly be fe* and far between.
Clictrlcs Triumph.
Short circuits, contiollerg and buss
bars ,t\c way to "WhoR," "Gldd :p,"
lust evening when four heavily laden
botse pnjfel'.ed iIrh polled out of the
���city Poi.n.i for East Delta, lhe occasion was the tlrst game 11 ivei by t.hc
B. C, E. II. lac'osse -'.earn against the
Fast Delta outfit, which ended ln
favor of the Electrics to the tune ol
-1-2.
The referee was hard pressed at
times on account of the brass check
supply being etkhausted, but on the
whole, the locals had the edge on the
Valley boys and well deserved their
victory.    The goal',etters  for  the B.
C, E. R.~~wore "Skeets" Purvis, Fred
llttlme. Joe Brown and Mike Dolan;
for East Delta D. Iloneyman scored
both rosls.
After the game the visitors were re-
tale', with refreshments which were
hlgnlv pppre; lated. The teams were
as folic ws:
B C. E. R.���J. Harris, W. Mortison,
S. Cameron, H. Ray, C. Kirby. Corbett. F. Mulme, C. Rennle, S. Purvis,
W. Thompson, A. Russell and M.
Dolan.
East Delta���IL Kittson, II. Kittson,
Coitciy. [iro*n, P. Dennle, Nl Fleck, L.
Dennis. G. Dennis, D. Honey man, .1.
Brown, II. Benson nnd 8. Honcyman.
BOWLING.
Locals Defeat Vancouver.
The Westminsters took two out of
th.ee games from the Shamrocks No.
2 team last evening on tbe local
iillevs, this being one of a series In
the Inter-Ctty Bowling league. Low
scores we:e general. Hodge, for the
Shamrackc, being high man with EKO.
while three of the locals passed the
live century mark. The local' team
Is now tied for first place In the
league:
The scores are us follows:
Westmicstei���      1       2       3     Ttl.
Winquest  Itl   M   184-53"
O'Connor    17(1   173   100���519
Corbett    185    170    139���434
UIU  153    150   202���50fi
Hloan    ....185    141)    182���516
Shamrocks��� 12       3     Ttl
Giant    17(1 135    138-449
I'ci'ers LfO   V.1    143���141
James   159   14'!   150-452
Fodt-e    174    181    205���B��0
Harwell 105   127   1BG��� 443
Great Traveler Dies,
Mr. Edward Irdivlcl: Osbalr'ston
Mitfod, of iVlitford Castle, Nortbuin-
bor land, and Ht"<manhy Bali, Yorkshire, is dead at lhe ag;> of 100. HI*
familj la'e cvnrd Mitford Without
Inter; u; Hea fines n period prior to
the 1 rillnr o" William the Norman.
In entl/ il.'e Mr. Mitford wns a fiiont
traveler, mil seventy years ni.o h<j
made t!o hind pint of a loir ney f^ora
Fntjb-rd to Ceylon��� n dlctance of ".-
(too ratios���bn Inrsclac'? 'tbo 11 Jo oc-
-cupjlng nearly thieo years.
Princess Completes Statue.
Left unfinished by Mr. Alfred Gilbert, the sculptor, twenty-five years
ago, the Queen Victoria statue at Castle Hall, Winchester, has now Ijeen
completed by Princess Henry of Battenberg. The statue was erected as
a jubilee memoiial, and has now been
placed on a new bronze socket. The
niches have been filled with statuettes, and a new crown, g)'f. and studded with crystals, has been suspended
over the figure.
Took   Twelve   Years.
Occupying twelve years to carry
out and costing over $13,000,000, the
first part of the great waterworks in
the Dei went Valley, intended to supply Nottingham, Sheffield, Derby and
Leicester. ;>s well as rural districts In
the watershed with water, has been
completed. To bring the water to the
towns an aqueduct 06 miles long has
been  constructed.
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Two 33x135 Ft Lot*
On a good corner within half a block of the new cut-oft of the
B. C. Electric. Level and practically cleared. Good view lots. $1350
for the two.   Easy terms.
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J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Harry May, comedian singer cf the
May Bros., now at the Royal theatre.
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explain what makes this possible.
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Grand Trunk System
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i wish to announce to the public j Coldicott Blk.   East Burnaby
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Bay and Stewart.
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to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
Grand Trunk Pacific trains connect at Prince Rupert for East
with above sttamera. Aslc for Illustrated literature re agricultural
lands lr.  B. C. and Western   Canda.
Special excursion  fares via Chicago     during summer months.
Rail Tickets to All Points.   General Agency Twns-Atlantic Steamship Lines.
H. G. SMITH. C. P. &. T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. D.
Phone Seymour 7100.     VANCOUVER, B.C.     527 Granville Street.
ers' Association In fon\cntlon assembled, recently adopted t',.e following
schedule  of  rermlsrlb'.^ expressions:
"You're a dub!" Hire a hall!"
"Solid ivory!" "BoneheaJ!" 'Thief!"
"Robber!" and "Ice vagon!" If -ou
want a lai ger ran-;e no'e your seat.
In the extieme c.'tU of the stand?
near 'he players' benol.oj these are
allows .1:
"Hang crape on your nore,
our brain's dead T "You big
fathead!" "You're a mg swell head!"
"Bust him in tbe hejn!" "Butter fingers!" "Stealing from the blind!"
"Shut up, vou crab!" "Liar!" "Beer
batTel!" "Stay out of thera 'saloons
and pet eome sleep!" "Murder!" "Kill
him!" and "Back to the sticks, you
busher!"
In addition fans pre allowed to
Vow I. bark, hiss, groan or "boo" a'l
any time or piece.
In t:he bleaohcri any and all expressions now used may be continued
provide! tbe voire is Vept at a tempo
that wlll not reach the central portion of the grandstar. 1 cr the coaching lines.
Admitting that, this list mav rot he
complete, the Footers' association
"���111 rladlv consider ."ll svscestions
for the protection of the society at
larpe. v
TV-e n����'v lollre "111 enforce these
plans and sreclflcations.
AT  THE   ROYAL  THEATRE.
t\n* of the most talented troupes
of minstrels that e'er lu-rei'ed In
this city opened for a three days' <?n-
gagemrnt. at the lloval treat-e lasl
nlgh. It Is seldom tint one can see
a congiegatlon of colored artists .thai
er.* Rn xersntllH. Thev sin1;, .'ance
and tell numerous Jokes that are
il'!Hi!o'i?ly funny.
The "Great" I'cnJrn, who ?er-
forms many feats with c'ommon hoops
Is wltho it a do'i'U the feat-ire of 'lhe
show. He occupies the stage twelve
m'n'-tes and during tbr.t tlmo he
brings the house do-n wlrh n.nplr'tse
He Is a marvel In bis line. The May
brothers are n team of singers and
dancers who loo's as muo'i alike , as
two j eas In a pod. Not only that, but
they I now how to put thalr' comedy
over the footlights. B'Jd Sm'.'h, "the
man with the funny month." ���icserves
special menl lon. Ko rings a son? ln
Iris own Inimitable "������.'  .
The NBEhvilie SK'''rnU quartrtte
which plays nothing but* hrass instrument?, was iho ioal musical feature
o' tiie sho*r. Per'dns the leader,
plays a cornet tolo vlth varlntiom
Talen as a who e the shev -ut on
1'Et night was vorth do Vole the admission prl'-e.   Three reals o? motion
-pictures comiltte  th* piogram.
  ,
Germs.i 111 Feeling. j
The altiemi'-n of Pcisiam, which is
EmpEtor   V\ illi2.m\i   home  c'tv,   h->ve I
rpf-red to ��� ote itin��e.v ''or the enter-,
tninmciH  of EiltlU:    rhvslciuns who1
���in* lo 8tt?t(l  t'"o 'On'-cnMon of 'he'
!��*���'���-)     '"S'lt"'n    of  tv-vilc    >lenli.h,'
wh'ch meets thera in July,' ''"hen t'ie'
ii,diin,en  ,,,'e  (Mt  *'an,'  i''uro cai
.*���*. n** -vejHoa Ihnt tho sentiment of
the Potsdam masces towards Britain j
necds doctoring.
that 1 ha;e opened a branch stoie in,
the West Knd of the cit;. located at j
the coiner cf
6th Avenue and 12(1) Sireet
This part of the ci.'y is growing so j
rapidly and our customers have become bo numerous ln this locaHt;
that ll bas been absolutely Impossible
for us to give them the service we
wouid like ln tbe way of iielueries.
In this branch we will carry a well
a.sorted stock of
FIRST QUALITY  GOODS
at same prices as at our down town
store and Sapperton branch, an:l will
be able to give our customers prompt
delivery. I have engaged 'Mr. R. G.
Gordon to manage this branch. Mr.
Gordon has had a long and successful experience and will gi\*e you every
satisfaction. We would like you to,
call and see the store. It is one of I
the nicest grocery stores ln the city, i
I
I  respectfully  solicit  your  patron-.
age. j
C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
"The Mouse of Quality and Low Prices*'
Dining Room Tables
Here is an exceptionally good opportunity to purchase
a good DINING ROOM TABLE at a very nominal
figure. The saving in cash to you is very noticeable.
The quality and Finish are of the best on the market.
Note the PRICES and See Our Windows
AL. W. GILLIS   mnnauer
TODAY
Cuiligan's
Nashviile
Students
and Jubilee
Singers
8���IN NUMBER���3.
4���NEW PHOTO PLAYS���*
3-SHOWS DA1LY-3
2:4B~7:15���9:00.
10c���ADMISSION���20e.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
EXTRA SHOWS BN
SATURBAV
Quarter Cut; Oak Dining Table; golden finish;    48
inch square; top extends to six feeL   This is a little
beauty  sold regularly for $22.00.    Our price, only
at
$16.00
Quarter Cut Oak Table; Early English nnish; 44
inch Bquare top; extending to eight .eet; a regular
128.75 table for
$20.00
Quarter Cut Oak Pedestal Dining Table; golden or
Early English flniEh; 45-lnch round top; extending
to six feet;  a $31.50  Table  for
$22.50
Quarter Cut Oak Dining Table; gold finish; 48
Inch square; top extends to eight feet. A Vie
table at a small price; regular price $30.00. Oar
price, onljr  ..
$22.00
This Table, with round  top   $22.50
Quarter Cut Oak Pedestal Dining Table; golden
finish; 48 inch round top, extending to eight feet.
This table has a massive pedestal and a very nicely
marked top; good value at the regular price of
$5H.OO, but our special price ls only
$43.50
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
1 QUALITY  FURNITURE
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401-403 Columbia St.
Phone 829
New Westminster
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
NEW    WE8TMINSTER   MAIL
HrrtsaJ:
10:60���Vancouver via G.
Closing:
N. R.
..23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dfcily except Sunday). 11:16
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Suuday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Mondav,      Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dailv evcept Sunday) .11.15
10-: 50���Victoria vin G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:1?
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). - 94P
16:15���United States via G. N. R.
'dsllv excent Sunday)..16:00
9:2C���All   points cast and   Europe  (dally)    7:45
22:10���All points east and Europe (dally)    14:15
tf: 26���Sapperton and Praser
Mills daily except
Sunday)    7:45
19:30���Sapperton and Eraser
Mills     (daily      except
Sunday)    14:15
9:26���Coquitlam  (daily    except
Sunday)  7:43
12:00���Central Nrk, McKay and
Edmonds i dally except
Sunday) 11.1;
10:00��� Ladnet Pott Qulcli'>n,
Westbam Island. Bun
Villa  14:30
13:00��� Kast Buinaby (iaily except Sunday)   13:00
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday aud
Friday)    13:3<
30:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday).14:30
ilO:uo���M'ondwvitB ''i ue<*<iay.
ThurSdflv and Sfltur-
dav)    14:30
l-H-M-M-Hl III I ���M-H-��-H��H"K����
i
t
f A DILEMMA
A Story of the Fans
Commune
By LOUISE REVERE
���frfrHf !��� I M'l"l'l'l";��M**H**l'M'.l*.l-M'.
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:2f
11:20���Clo\erdi'e and Pot l.c.ls
via G. N. It. idaily except  Sunday) 14:0'
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Fiiday and Sat-
day       14:0'
11:20���Tynehead   I Tuesday   and
Friday)        ��4:0
7:40���Burnaby Lake  (dally except Suuu.iv    16:(.
IS: 00���Edmonds    (daily    except
Sunday)  16:0
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Mai8i|til, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday) .;.. 23;0
16:15-
-Crescent, white .'(oak and
Blaine (dully except
Sunday)   S:
16:15���Jfall's Praiile, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere i Tues-
da\y, Thursday and But-
'   ''       urday ....  ,,., ,,..,. 0:
11:20��� CU'ilh.nci,    Milner,    Mt.
I.elimta, '��� idariu-ove, Ot-
<>w., ter.    Shortreed,   Surrey
Cent re,Cloverdule.Lau it-
ley Prairie, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, Bcutb
Westminster,       Clover
Ltjjty*     Valloy,   Coihlan,   S:u-
dis, Sperllnsr Stntlo-i,
Dennison Station, Brad-
���" ��� ner, Bollercse, via B,
C, E. H. (daily except
Sunday)    0:0
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill \Ia
B. C. B, It. I Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:0
At the fnll of tbe second empire of
France, wben Napoleon III was dethroned, tbe comiiuinlMts of I'aris took
possession of the city. Tbey comprised that element wbich brought nboat
the reign of terror during tbe French
uprising ngoinMt tbe Bourbous In tbe
previoua century, only the former revolutionists were led by n mingling of
patriots and demagogues, wblle tbe
latter were led by impractical idealists.
Among these commune leaders was
a young artist. Gaston Boyer. wbo was
as mucb of a poet as an artist Tbere
is something fascinating in tbe enthusiasm of these dreamers who would
bring about a Butbpht. At Hny rate.
Boyer whs mucb beloved b.v all who
knew bim. Mile. Adele Bolrissunt. a
peraon of very different Ideas from
him. met and fell in lure witb him
and. ber love being returned, ufter
tbeir engagement did nil ahe could to
eradicate bia wild notions.
However, at the tirst movement of
the commune lu 1870 Boyer threw himself Into lt and became tbe cnptnin of
one of tbe bands or companies In tbat
force wbicli obtained the control of
Pnrls. For several days tbey beld the
power to Inaugurate any governmental
system tbey chose aud bad tbey begun to lay tbe foundations for sucb ii
system would undoubtedly buve beld
It longer. But. bavlng reached n |K��lnt
where their dreams must either become n realization or fall to pieces, like
the wave thnt trembles before It
breaks, the communists, not knowing
what to do with their power, remained inactive, let it fall aud went down
with It to their ruin.
During the Inst struggle with those
who were striving to plnce France
again under n governing power Cas-
ton Boyer was dangerously wounded.
Being nearer the residence of liis
flu mre than llis own home, he told
those who were dragging him from
the clutch of the victors to curry blm
tliere. They did so. Mile Rolrlssant
received hlm and. linding that he was
bleeding profusely, hurried out to secure I hi? servli es of n surgeon.
This was Just preceding that shiugh- l
fer of communists wbich was tlie most J
pitiful uccutiipunlnient of any modern
revolution. Tii�� prisons were Ailed with I
them, und lu group* they were taken /
out Into the .ranis, placed witb their I
faces ugiifust it   wall und shot  down
loss to nnderstand wby yoa should cod-
':eal yourself."
Adele stood shivering, but made no
reply. She expected every moment
tbut Bertrand would look under the
bed. But small things will often turn
uie course or eveu la. 'I he Unuiug ol
a gin instead of a man directed tbe
Tj course ol tlie scaivlier's thoughts iu a
inherent channel, lle bad bad uo
thought of finding �� badly woiiuded
+ | man uuder the lied. Ue bad looked
|)f tbere as a timid woman would do (be
same thing, nut expecting to tind u
burglar, but to satisfy herself tbat no
burglar Is tbere. A puzzle occupied
the lieutenant's mind. Wby bud tbe
girl bid from him?
"Do you know wbere the communist
who was curried in bere ls to be
found?" he asked Adele.
A still more Important problem tbnn
the one that occupied llertrand's mind
confronted Adele if sbe denied knowing what be asked be would continue
his search. She might say that ber
lover bad been spirited nway. tn that
case Bertram) would force ber Into
showing blm where be bnd been taken.
This nilgbt save Boyer from being
shot, but be would likely bleed to
death. What should she do? Sbe
must tuke a risk. The surgeon knew
bis patient's condition, and tliere was
a possibility that be would see ber
leave rbe premises wltb Ibe soldiers
and go to Beyer's rescue. All this
flushed tbruugb Adele's brnln instantaneously. Sbe resolved to cling to tbe
one chance. She admitted tbnt sbe
knew of the communist's whereabouts.
Cocking bis pistol, tbe officer pointed
it at ber and told ber to show blm tbe
way. "He can't bave gone far." be
added, "in bis condition."
"No." gasped  Adele  mechanically���
"not far!"
Sbe led blm downstairs and out
thii,ugh a buck door Into a yard that
opened on an alley way. While doing
so sbe looked about ber to see If there
was any one In the house who would
cure for ber wounded lover. Not a
soul appeared. The tlghllng In tbe
neighborhood bad seared uli nway. She
hoped she might catch a glimpse of the
surgeon, but be was nowhere lo be
seen. Doubtless he had goue out umi
was ministering to other wants than
those of the man upstairs alone under
the bed. The poor girl was taking lhe
only chance to save her lover's life.
but she was oppressed with tbe thought
that she wns leaving hlm to die ulone
In tlie yard she *ioud still, not know
lag Just what lo do She looked up at
the rear of ihe duellings on either side
Of the bouse i-he had lefl. hoping she
might see some one to whom she migLt
couiuiuuicuie b.v sign u request to go
in and succor ber lover Hut the nt-
lentiou of nil was upon rhe street,
where rbe tiring had not yet ceased,
and nad sbe seen any one how could
sbe make bim understand?
Fishing by Steam Pump.
A pond on a farm In Fiance borier-
ed by rocky shores was dalned Eome
years ago with lhe aid    of a steam
pump.      Eacb  stroke    of  the piston
drew up 25 gallons of water and the
po.nd was emptied In a lew hours. Not
only was the water drawn off, but. all
the flsh also.    The owners of ponds
in the neighborhood    followed    suit,
and the proprietor   of a pump "let"
one of his pumps for the purpose. Om
i pond of several acres was cleared of
I flsh at an expense of $7.20.     But as
i one cannot  have his lish and eat It
j too, and as such rapid   consumption
I would  have led to equally lapid ex-
| termination,  says  the Scientific Am-
j erican, the authorities   stopped    the
practice.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
et
Ladies cf Culture and Refinement Use Salvia Hair
Tonic. It Makes the Hair
Beautiful.
At last a remedy has been discovered that will positively destroy this
pest.
That Dandruff is caused by germs
is accepted by every sensible person.
Dandruff is the root of all hair
evils.
SALVIA will kill the dandruff
germs and remove Dandruff in ten
days, or money back.
Ryall guarantees it. It will grow
hair, stop itching scalp, falling hair,
and make the hair thick and abundant. It prevents hair from turning
gray, and adds life and lustre.
SALVIA is a hair dressing that has
become the favorite with women of
taste and culture, who know the
social value of beautiful hair. A
large, generous bottle costs only 50.?,
at loading druggists everywhere, and
In New Westminster by Ryall, Tho
word "SALVIA" (Latin for sage) is
on every bottle.
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part ofthe
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I //
portions to cleanse \^\l/^v
easily, vigorously, J^ n
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
���"""   ' "" "M��� ���"""' "������  ���-   -     ���'     ���       ia    maimfi  iiwiiiwiMa  m    i  . j.,    im..,,..^.,!,,,,          mmm
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
"Lead on!" thundered the lieutenant,
I /liming to terrify tier.
Adele    Went    tliroiu
b   the   opening
vn        ��
without mercy.    In the general ingww.- \ leading out to tbe alley umi. turning.
ore even children were tinulc to suffer I passed to the street,    There she \va*
20:40��� Chilliwack via II. O. E, R.
(dally except. Sunday). 17:
11:20���Abbotsfoid,    Huntingdon.
via  H.  O.  K.  It.   (diiily
except Sundav)   17:
20:40���Cloverd ale   \ia    B.C.E.R.
idaily except Pnndnj'l. 17:
2:00���Praser   Arm    and     Altn
Vista 22:
THE FIRST UUI
HI SH OF IRE
Easy Way to Preserve Natural
Color of the Hair and
Make It Grow.
A harmless remedy, made from common garden sage, quickly restores gray
hair to naturul color. The care of the
hair, to prevent it from losing its color
and lustre, is just as important as to
care for teeth to keep them from discoloring. Why spend money for cosmetics and creams to improve the complexion, and yet neglect your hair, when
gray hair is even more conspicuous and
suggestive of age than wrinkles or a
poor complexion? Of the two, it is
easier to preserve the natural color and
beauty of the hair than it is to have
a good complexion.
All that is necessary is the occasional
use of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy, a preparation of common garden Sage and Sulphur, combined with
other valuable remedies for dry, harsh,
faded hair, dandruff, itching scalp and
falling hair. After a few applications
of this simple, harmless remedy, your
hair will gradually be restored to its
natural color, in a short time the dandruff will be removed, and your hair
wiil no longer come out but will start to
grow as Nature intended it should.
Don't neglect your hair, fur it goes
further than anything else to make or
mar your good looks. You can buy
this remedy at any drug store for
fifty cents a bottle, and your druggist will give your money back if you
are not satisfied after using. Purchase a bottle today. You will never
regret it when you realize the difference it will mulio in your appearance.
Special Agents,
Ryall.
Curtis and II.
....... Ai]
with the rest.   Tills nietbiKl of destroy-
lne anarchy Is n bloody pane lu tbe his-
iO of government.
GusliiTi Unjer, ffchtliig desperately
and holdlun his men together ut the
barricade he defended, was a marked
mnn lo his enemies. The officer who
Ie(! n V""n'!ci! of lufnnrry nc-.MIti^t lit.'U
wlua hi; fool; liu- Laiticaiie *elil Lieutenant Bertrand witb a (lie of wen io
pet possession of the communist wbo
bad clveti them so much trouble. Bertrand had to tight his way after those
who were carrying Hoyer, but managed j them
to Keep them in sight nud saw tbnn
bear him into tlie home of his tinneoe.
Entering the bouse, the lieutenant
found a surgeon there witb Instruments
pertaining to bis profession tu bis
bands, but no one else.
"flow now, M. le Docteur?" exclaimed the lieutenant "What nrp yon
doing here without a single patient
when so many wounded men are need
lng yonr attention elsewhere?"
"I was Just going out to serve the
poor fellows when yon entered."
"That story will not go down with
me. A wounded communist has lieen
carried htre, one of the most stubborn
of the lot. It is evident that you have
been treating him.    Where Is lie?"
"If you think tliere Is any oue here
you waui nil you bave to do ls to search
the house."
"And so I wlll."
Rertmnd sent bis men up and down
rtairs. Instructing them to ransack every corner, while he reserved for him
self a bedroom out of which he bad
Been Ihe doctor coming when he entered the house. He opened a closet
door, looked behind n lounge and lifted
lhe valence of u bed. From tbe latter
place be drugged forth Mile. Rolvls-
pmnt. trembling like a leaf und pule us
death.
.Now tbe searcher by tbis discovery
was thrown off the scent at lhe uio
ment whpu be was within a few feet
Of the mnu he sought Boyer hud been
carried Into the room and. at the moment the surgeon, wbo bad Just arrived, was attempting to stop the (low of
blood from the communist's wound,
mere came up the sound of urined meu
hetow.
"Heavens!" exclaimed Adele. "What
shall we do?"
"There Is but oue hope," said fhe
lurgeoa "Let me lift blm under the
bed. Possibly tbey may not tbluk of
looking there for a brave mnu."
With help Royer got under tbe bed
I'hen (he surgeon suggested tbat Adele
go under it with him nnd hold n towel
up against the wound to stanch the
flow of blood with the hope of preserving her lover from death. 8he succeeded In doing so, and nt the same
m+'uont the burgeon passed out of tbe
room. j- ���
"There Is a name bere." snld the Hpii-
.euiitit.   "Doubtless, mademoiselle, yon \
are concealing a lover, but I am at a   tbeu Uvea.
about to lend the otllcer further when
lie stopped ber.
"It Is absurd for you to try to make
me believe that ii Wounded man would
be curried so far. This fellow Is doubtless very near, and you know it. Take
me to bim or J will blow out your
braius."
lie lOOhid di hei .so fiercely ihat situ'
was hnlf Inclined to believe he would.
Hut Just then there was a rattle of
musketry very uear them, and a crowd
of communists came running past
wild with terror. Adele was
knocked off her feet nnd. gelling up.
yielded to a desperate resolve. Without looking for llerirand she joined lhe
communist* in their mad flight.
liaving escaped from (he officer, s!n>
went around the block and into a house
ueur her own. fruUi whence sh:< sent a
messenger lo learn if it would be safe
for her to go home. The messenger
eame back und reported that the Mouse
was deserted. Taking the risk uf Ker
I I'll lid's having returned to see!; her.
she went home and looked under the
lieU where sbe had left her lover, lie
was but there.
."���Wie wns encournged. It was likely
that help bad come to him. and yet ho
might bare been discovered ami cur
ried away to prison. Doing downstairs
she was ulmtlt to leave tbe house when
tbe surgeon entered. She stood looking ut him lu un agony of suspense.
"lle Is saved." he snld, "uud by your
preseme of mind."
"How?"
"I lurked near till I saw you po out
with llie officer. Then, summoning as
slstanee. we carried the wounded man
through the yard after you had lefl li
to a house, wbere I succeeded in taking up lhe artery through which lllooil
wus escaping and stopped the bleeding
Come. I will lead you to blm."
When tbe ninssnere of communists
wus over and I'aris hud settled down
uuder the republic one morning a wed
ding puny entered ihe Church of lbe
Madeleine. The groom wus Huston
I'.cii-r and the bride Adele Koivissuui
There wus now no danger for either
After Ibe ceremony the couple depurt-
cd for Rrittnny. where the artist re
mined bis legitimate work.
One feature of I'aris since tbe temporary triumph of communism has
changed. The east front of tbe historic
palace of the Tu I Merles Is not there
But the fountains play nnd the Children sport In the garden wbere It
stood. Vet the reign of kings nnd the
ieign of emperors bave ended. A republic lb.it bos taken their place has
lasted forty years. But where Is that
Eutopls. the commune? It lived In the
minds of Its roturles for many years
to be lifted at Inst on to Its pedestal
Hut lt bad no sooner been placed there
than It fell of its own weight. Ains.
for lhe brave men and women and children  woo paid  for their vUiou   with I
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New  Mills at Montreal are now in operation antl for the convenience of the
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER. MASS.
Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting deliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of floor space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney^ Perfection
Cream Sodas
In   six short years Mooney Biscuits have jumped into popular
f'avor throughout the entire Dominion.    You will understand why when
you eat them for the first time.
You can get Mooney Biscuits  at your grocer's, fresh   and  flaky,
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. s^*'^''':*^-^-'?*-*^**,,
Try some today���their taste will please you. ^^^^^^i^^
I
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
S0
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
CITY OF NEVVWESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing tbe real property immediately benefited and the proportion  in  which the assessment i.s made on per foot frontage:
Ulk.   Lot.   Sub.    Resub.
Assessed   Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C13|
���C'B'
��C 25!
���C 30)
C 'A'i
13
14
14
1
2
3
4
4
9
A
21
22
23
24
25
2ti
27
28
29
30
31
32
3S
34
35
30
37
4
0
7
1
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3
���I
5
6
7
8
11
10
I    13
14
15
10
17
IS
19
20
21
Npt
Spt
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WVi
BU    |
BU    !
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S5
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12    1
1        I
11
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7
59
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2
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1*2
3
4
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10
1
11
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15
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17
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19
20
EU
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EU
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21
'    22    |
'23&24I
25    | |
26A27 |
28A10 ft. of 29
29   balance
30
31
32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
42
24.'1:36
balance I
'43&44| |
S6 f8,9,35&c|19 E Ui
2i     I
22 SUi
22 NUI
23
25
26
27 I
28 |
29S-30 |
31
32
33
34
35
         36      I
S6 f8,9,3C&'c|36    Spt,
I |37    \VU|
J I       EUI
38
39
44
1      i|
3
4
B
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'.3 '
10
Npt W'fr
7   1
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4
5
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26
1
2
15
If!
17
18
27
1
2
1
1
3
4
5
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S	
ivfurchle, David	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Cunningham,  James	
Cunningham,  James	
Lynch,  Fred J	
Imperial   Underwriters Corporation!
George, J. K	
Imperial   Underwriters Corporation'.'.
Gi ey, James S	
Davison,  Sarah  J , ',
Parish of Holy Trinity  	
Parish of Holy Trinity  	
Parish of Holy  Trinity  	
Thompson, J. Lee   	
Philpot,   Wilfrid	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull,  Martha A	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
Hen Ing, Frances E	
Hen lng, Frances E	
Herring,  Frances E	
Herring,  Frances E	
Padmore, Fred W	
. Manson, Wm. and Hoy Hy	
Purvis, Jane R	
Blair, J. C	
National Drug &. Chem. Co	
Fi at. Order of  Eagles   	
Blair, J. C	
Telford, J.  M	
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C	
Hacking W. J I
Drew, Geo.  E	
A rmstrong W. J j
Rothwell,  K.  J i
Earl,  Frederick    i
Herrlne   Frances   E ;
Broderick, W. S	
Murchie. O. E	
Manchester, G. H	
Reid,  John   	
Sinclair, D. S	
Knowdell.  C.  L !
Trapp, Nellie   !
Trapp, Nellie   !
Hart, F. J I
Haw. F. J. & Co I
Moresby, Mary A	
Trapp,   T. J j
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise. Catherine F	
Cunningham James   	
Lavery,   A.  L '
Y. M. C. A	
Armstrong, T. J	
I^ine, It. & W	
U City of New Westminster	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Chu:ch.'
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay, Maud    '
Walker, Elinor J |
Welsh.  Mary  M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
Gillis. John   	
Green, T. B. & Mary Scane..,	
Trustees  Central   Meth.  Church	
Hood.   Mary  G	
Major  C.  G	
Dockrill. G. O. M. Estate  j
Major,  C.  Q !
Peck. John   i
MsoNeb, John    !
A ear, Ad T i
Dawe.  Samuel    1
Loat, C. J I
Gauvreau. Jesse Marlon	
H>;rr.  Margaret A '
I'.'thet,  R.  P t
Wintemute 'Mary J I
Osborne.   Charles   	
Johns,  John    [
Rrlno. A. J I
Wilkie. Walter G. E. H	
Innes, William  '
Sinclair, A. J [
Sinclair, A. J f
Shlnobu. C *
Pace, J. .1 j
Rogers, Bessie I
Srhmoro  E. A. B I
Forrester, W.  W	
McPherson. J. W I
Dutch, Alexander    |
|   8mith. Jaa. Carter   j
Smith, Annie E '
Robson, Cattle M i
Robson, Chas. J ��� i
Gilley. W. R I
Watson,  Mary    '
Watson,  Mary   	
McDonnell. Mary A i
Smyth. Patrick    I
Pohson.  Harold. C. '
.Tan'rson    Fredk I
A nderson. Jas I
Hudson, Isaa?    i
Hudson Alvan & Barbara  I
Smith. J. C. ft Buckland 11 1
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Church.!
MaMieson,  Malcolm    |
MaMieson,  Malcolm    i
Baker, Melville H I
Ha''��r, Melville H |
Smith, Wilbur H I
Hanna.   William    I
Weelands, Ellen .1 j
Rcisseau,   Amanda    I
Beld, Alice (M j
Gregg, Laura E \
Cassady, Jane R	
Fletcher. R. J	
Jardine, J. B. &   Adelaide	
Kerr. Gertrude A	
A rmstrong, R. B	
Hall, Janet   ������
Armstrong, Adeline  I
Hall, Janet    '	
HudFon, W. L I
Curtis,  Clara   ���
(1��H., Allen P ������
McGill, 0. & Craig T	
Currle.   Elizabeth   	
MorrliBon Frances E	
Levy. L. R	
Pelletler, H. L	
.Tenkin. Lena  	
Pecs. Margaret ..
M"G1H, Q. and Craig, T	
Matheson A. & Jacobson H	
Walker, M. E.   ..' ....;.'.>.
Johnston,  J.  B	
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver....
K. C. Archbishop of Vancouver...'.
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver....
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver....
Jardine,  "obt	
Jard'no,  Robt	
Knicht,    E , .
Oialton, W.  A	
Rut ledge, Thos.   ,.
P.utlrdge, Thos	
Creelman, I. M	
Piinii   C. C: 	
Jardine, J. B	
Wyman  E	
Wyman M	
05.94'$
40.311
25.04
49.40
65.80
49.40
37.95[
37.95i
75.90J
72.601
36 30
36.30
49.50
49.50
143.28
60.00
66.00
66.00'
66.00
66.00
65.91
65.91
65.91
65.91
66.00'
66.00
66.001
66.001
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.01   ���
65.93!
65.951
66.93
65.94^
06.00[
66.00!
' 66.00!
60.00:
00.00!
66,00!
60.001
oo.ooj
66.O61
33.01]
33.01'
33.03:
33.08
66.00!
66.00!
66.00;
06.00'
66.00;
00.001
06.00
66.00
66.00
1541.S7
04.00
52.00!
50.00!
50.00'
SO.OO
55.00;
55.00!
C5.00
132.001
66.00;
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66.001
66.00|
60.00!
66.00!
66.00!
66.00!
26.00;
40.00l
66.00!
66.0��|
66.00,
66.00'
66.01)!
33.00|
33.00!
66.00J
66.00
33.00
33.00|
66.00
66.00
132.00
66.00
132.00;
76.00|
56.00|
66.00,
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66.00|
66.00
66.00!
66.00J
6fi.00|
fi'vCp.
66.00|
66.00|
6.551
59.45|
132.001
2f'.50|
5P.42|
29.71|
29.711
r9.33|
59.00/
59.42|
59.421
59.411
118.83|
69.481
69.261
6P.26|
69.331
69.42
49.42
10.00
34.62|
34.631
69.251
69 25|
69.26
' 36.85|
50.00
50.00/
50.00)
60.00
50.00,
71.16
46.50
66.00J
73.341
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49.501
40.5o|
49.601
49.50|
49.50)
49.50|
49.501
49.50
49.50
49.50
66.00
t.Vf i
58.V2
59.40i
59.40
4.51
2.15
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.60
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
2.48
3.39
3.39
9.80
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.38
3.55
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.76
3.76
Pi02
V5:
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
1.78
2.73
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
9.02
4.51
9.02
6.20
3.82
4.61
4 *1
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
451
451
0.45
4.06
9.02
2.02
4.06
203
2.03
4.06
4.03
4.06
4.06
4.06
8.12
4.06
4.74
4.74
4.06
4.06
3.38
0.68
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.52
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
3.18
3.82
6.02
4.61
3.39
3.39
8.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.3.9
3.39
3.39
4.61
4.02
4.02
4.06
4.C6
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
S10
S.Wpt
1
12
13
24
Npt
���	
8
9
10
11
12
12&13
3
4
51
6|
7
8
12
u
M
14&15    1
16
4
1
2
3
4
5            1
8
9&10    |
11&12
13&14    1
15&16    f
17&18 D
10    |
28           [
Pearson, T. R	
Pearson, T. R	
Merellth, Elizabeth  ...
Walker,  Mary   	
Malcolm, W. J	
Averlll, J. A	
Archibald, E. G	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Bougheb, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Miller, H. D	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  Lizzie   	
Lane, Wm	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis Arm! hur  	
Johnson. Mary 	
McPherson D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope. IC	
S13
S13l    10
14
129
|30
131
|32
133
134
1.2.3
14,5,6
I 1
I!
1   o
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15
I G
Knott, Emma  	
James, Thos. H. K.  .
Pope, John    :..
Burnett, D. D	
Croll, J. A	
Croll, Annie G.   	
Greer, Mary   	
Heard, Thornington .
Hortcn. William ....
Poughen,   Isabella   ..
Pope. E	
Appleton. G. M	
Pone,   John    	
Pope  E	
Armstrong, Andrew  .
Russell,   II.   W	
Collins,  George   	
Forrester,  W.  W.   ...
Fori ester. Isabella  B.
Montgomery, J. B.
Montgomery, J. B.
Wilson, Emeline  ....
Wilson. Ralph   	
Wilson. Julia Ann . .
Wilson, Julia Ann   ..
59.40
69.40
307.40|
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
38.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
51.33
51.33
61.33
51.33
61.33
61.33
102.66
102.69
51.36
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00.
132.001
132.00|
132.00|
132.00|
42.001
60.001
60.00|
60.001
60.00|
60.00
60.001
60.001
148.50|
148.50!
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
4.06
4.00
21.03
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
2.60
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.25
2.25
2.25
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
14,479.60|?990.29
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in tbe schedule mentioned above the sums of money eet
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the' 26th day of June, commencing et 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W.  A.  DTTNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4th, If 12.
Date of flr=t publication June Oth, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Schedule showing the leal pioperty immediately benefited and tbe proportion In which the assessment Is made on per foot frontage.
Bll;.   Lot.   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
S   6|7, 39 &
40
Eastman's
Reserve..
18,9,35,1
etc. I
S   7
IS
5 Wpt.
3
4
.5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
26
I Hudson, Isaac 	
1 Hudson. Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Daniel   	
Maloney, Louise, Maul Mary  .
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette
Shiles, Jennie L	
Loree, James C	
Loree, James C	
Brown, Evelyn T	
McPhail, George	
Orr. William H. and John E.
Orr, William H. and John B. ..
Hatherley, Thos. R	
Eastman, Henry A.
66x132
99x132
198x166
28
S 10|      6
S10
7
8
9
NE pt.
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
���
2
3
4
5
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
E pt.
SU
NU
N
pt. 9
10
11
Streight, Harvey M ."	
Hart, F. J., & Co.. Ltd	
Townsend. William fi. 	
Jardine, John  B ,
Major, Henry C	
Dougherty, James H	
l.endry, Robert R	
Hendry. Robert R. 	
Brown. Katie E. 	
Tether, Constance 	
Cunningham, J. vv	
I McPherson, Isabella Wilson .. ..
i iMcGlllft Craig 	
McGill,'Q. and Craig, Thos. S....
Johnson. J. A	
Wolfenden, George 	
Jardine. J. B	
Dunn. C. Celvania   	
Murchie, E. D. and Jemmlna M..
Mountain. Harriet Luclnda	
Hill, Jane H. G. Estate	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Edmonds, H. L. 	
Edmonds. H. L. 	
Rennle, Ellen J	
Dingle, Floience E	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald. 3. M	
Hill. Arthur E. B	
Baber, Walter James 	
Chappell, J. G ;	
Astle, James W	
RlmtMson   Guy  	
Brown, Carrie A	
McVllhn, E. R	
McPhall.OeoTgo	
McPhail. George 	
Merrtilth, Elizabeth M	
Boughen, E. 3	
Boughen, E. J. ..,	
Boughen, E. J	
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
60.00
50.00
60.00;
60.00
50.00
50.00
60.00;
97.00,
69.26,
69.42
69.42
69.33
69.26
69.42,
59.421
59.42/
66.00!
99.00
198
47.00
73.66,
66.00
73.34
69.40,
68.72:
68.72
66.00
59.40,
69.401
69.40
69.40
82.40)
92.40
49.60
49.60
49.60
49.60
49.5o!
5t.33f
61.331
61.33|
61.33|
61.331
61.33)
61.331
51.33|
307.40|
33.0O|
33.001
33.00J
���
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
6.18
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.78
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.79
4.20
6.30
12.60
2.99
4.69
3.56
4.67
3.78
3.74
3.74
4.20
3.78
3.78
3.78
3.78
6.88
6.88
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3 15
3.27
3.27
3 27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
19.12
2.10
2.10
2.10
3634.71(1231.07
Notice Is hereby plven thait the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the pioperties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
oproslte each lot for thirty years, and a Couit of Revision for the trial
of complaints and appeals agalhst the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, tha 2Stta day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at the Council Chamber In the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from suoh Intended assessment musil be served upon the Clerk of the 'Municipal Council at least
eight days rrior to such Conn of Revision.
City Hail, 4lh Jun*. 1912. W< A  DUNCAN> C"y <***
Date of flrst publication, 6th June,   19U
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A certificate of indefeasible Title to
the above property wlll be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless In the meantime a valid   objection    thereto   be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. 8tb July, 1904, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65. Group Two
(2), New Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
fgkCANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A.. Vancouver
IN    THE     8UPREME     COURT   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBI'
Between   Leeson,   Dickie, Gross  & '
Company,  Limited, Plaintiffs, and J.
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To tbe above named defendant, J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons dated the 3rd day of April, 1912,
bas been issued against you ln the
above Court by Leeson, Dickie, Gross
& Company, Limited for $1556.09, being a balance due by you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for Interest.
The following are the particulars:
1911, Nov. 30. Goods sold and
delivered   as   per   account
rendered      $1620.61
Interest          35.48
Balance    overdue    and    payable       $1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was issued herein under the Attachment of
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company, Limited as garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Count has, by order, dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the Bald Writ of Summons,
and of the said order to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice in
a dally newspaper published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
days after the expiration of the publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to be entered for
you at the office of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that in default
of your so doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with this action and Judgment may be given against you in
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKERILL.
Deputy District Registrar.
Fraser and   Blakney,   Plaintiff's   Solicitors.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. in., 2 p. 111. and 11:4 5.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. in. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver tor Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednes-1
day at 10 p.m.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
trom the Atlantic to the Pacnic,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Chiliiwack Service     (Bank of Montreal
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
I Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7  a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
Phons R672.
819 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetreugh Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks. Etc.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RE8ERVE   $15,000,000.00
Branches througnoui Canada end
Newfoundland, ana lu London, England, Nsw Tork, Ch'cago end Spokane,
D.8.A., end Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit leaned, available wtth
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
8avlngs Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received In anms of $1 and upward,
snd Interest sllowel at I per cent per
snnnm (present nste).
Total Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria  Street.
(Over Dally News.)
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waten
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
r*l��ohon* R 11s   Office:  Princess St
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect flt und workmanship guaranteed.
Subscribers
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
21 ��� Sixth Avenue. Phone 587
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C,
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDER8 IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
who do not receive   The News before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
end make complaint. Only lo this way
may an efficient delivery bs main-
talned.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OP CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAU ..
REST	
��� $4,800,000
 $5,000,000
.' *r
I
HEW WESTMINSTER,    B, C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER. mr ��� - -.*f~r*t-r����������������������x* m in ��*-
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
Campe^
TENTS, CAMP
v   STOVES
at $1:50, $2.00, $5.50, $7,00
and $11.00
Utensils
of all kinds
���SOLD   BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &. M. FISH
Point G:ey Herring  4 lbs. for 25c
Fresli Smelts, j tr lb 10c
Fresh Poles. ;er lb 10c
Red Spring Salmon  2 lbs. for 25c
Live Cod, i er lb 10c
Fresh Halibut   3 lbs. for 23c.
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
City News
Plans have been announced for the
���ihird annual ��� banquet of the Coquitlam Board of Trade to be held in the
Terminal Cafe there on June 10.
An article on New Westminster
appears in a recent Issue of "Canada"
which is published in "London, Eng.
It tells of the numerous advantages
which the city ha3 in the matter of
climate, Industries, transforation facilities,' etc., and 'to e.um ivp briefly,
is one of the best articles on the Hoyal city that has yet appeared.
Vou would do well to call and see
the  new  styles  of  Mission  furniture I the end of the month,
at the Walsh Sash & Door Co.     **
The annual musical examinations
at Columbian College will open on
Monday, June 10. Mr. Jeff lies, of
Toronto College, will preside.
The ladies connected with the
Queens Avenue Methodist church
ulleuated the thirst of many of the
c.i.izens of the Royal City last evening by holding an ice cream social.
Reports say it was a. great success.
Reward of $100 wil! be given to anyone who can make better doors than
the Walsh Sash & Door Co.       *���
Mr .P. R. Sanderson, of Second
street, East Burnaby, claims the honor of picking tho first ripe strawber-
iles in that, district, a basket having
reached the cKy yesterday.
The fire department wag called
out' at 11 o'clock last evening to a
small blaze at the Independent Shingle Mill.. The fire was of a trivial
nai ure anl was quenched In a very
few minutes.
If you do not buy your sasli
doois' at the Walsh Sash &.
Co. we both lose money.
and
Door
The new Pieniier hotel, at the corner of Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
is expected to be oonrileled aboul
No expense
appears to have been spared on Its
construction by the contraci.ors,
.Messrs. Smith and Whittaker. It will
be occupied by the o,vner. Mr. A. G.
Peters, wbo formerly owned the present Premier hotel on Columbia tilrcet
His Honor Judge Howay yesteiday
reserved judgment after healing the
ca&e of Carter Singh vei<is Song
Singh which lasted all day. Ht appeared that Song Singh had listed property with a Hindu flrm of brokers
and also with a local firm. Carter
Singh was interested in the deal and
the property having been sold he
sought to recover commission.
Mr. H. P. McMartin, deputy sheriff,
has been granted a three months'
leave of absence, and wiU leave Sunday for a trip up the coasit. This.is
the first vacation Mr. McMartin has
taken other than the two weeks allowed annually. In the twenty years
that he has been in ithe sheriff's
office. Ill health made a vacation imperative, however, and the leave is
the result.
Lawrence Reid, 69 years Old, died
yesterday at his home, 232 Third
avenue. He had been here for il
\ears, coming fioin Ontario. He
leaves a wife and tour children, all
living in New Westminster. Mr. Reid
.vas born in Ireland and was a mem-
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. I!. C. M.
Member \)f  the   Incorporated   Society
of Musicians   lEmvlandi
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd;)   :
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
I Street, New Westminster. Pbone R411.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
I
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
DOES YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAINST ANY FRET OVER
FINANCES AFTER YOUR DEATH 1
YOU CAN DO THAT BY TAKING
OUT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY.
LET US TALK IT OYER WITH
YOU.
days by local fishermen. This is unusually early for the fish to appear
and a local expert says it augurs welt
for a busy season.
George Hutchinson, a vccni; man
of Pitt Meadows, pleaded guilty to a
riiarfe of assault bcfo.e Magistrate
Clute yesterday morning and was
lined $5 and coBts amounting to ?4.20.
He was arrested by Police C'r.ief Edwards at Coquitiam.
The sockeyes have begun their an
ntial run up the Fraser, several hav
ing been caught within the past few   bor of the  Uoman Catholic    church.
The funeral will be held tomorro.v
morning, Rev. Father O'Boyle officiate
lng.
iMr. S. V-ibcr is In the city acting in |
ihe capacity of special commissioner
for the department of the interior toi
renou on several disputes arising out!
of applications for entry and patents
on Dominion lends in the New Westminster district.    Ue vvill be assisted
by Mr. E. W. Bec>3tt in the work. Mr.
Maher will afterwards conduct a slmi-
'av investigation in tlie  Yale-Cariboo
district.
Reserved  seats  for
crosse match a:e no.v
Ryall's  drirg  store,
holding complimentary
quested to make    thollas soon as possible.
Saturday's    Ison sale at    'i
nd    nil    those
tickets a:evie-
reservations
The funeral of Le*-e-:ie Alan Arc-ill-] l0
bald McGregor, the two year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McGregor,
who cliod on Tuesday, will be held
this afternoon a: 2.110 from the family
home. KU Third avenue. Hev. G. M.
l&eAvln vvil! offici:it<> raid interment
v.il'l be at the Oddfellows cenutery.
Alfred Wo Mcleod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
Found  af the  Walsh
ish
&  Door
Co'.'on  Fourteenth stieet, everything   "*��.,."1""/",
in the line of sash and doors.     **       ��� al.f ���
Ten horses, the property of the
uiulanrt Transfer Co., were brought
esterday Jrota Ladner and were
Through the in?trumenta!it'- of the
Umiaby board of trade and Mr. J, 1).
Taylor, M.P.. the residen's of Burnaby
hahe district will have better postal
(Vilifies in th" near future. Hither-
the postmistress has had to make
the .jo-rnev to FdmoncU ani return
to the Burnaby Luke postofflce, This
piocess made the mail matter a day
later lhan that of Edmon.ls rnd East
Burnaby/ Alrangemsnts have; now
been' made bv the postal a ttboriliies
with the B. C. E. R., to that a mill
bis will be rsirle.l daily on the Bur-
ahy branch of tha caniiany to serve
t.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES, RUBBER BRUSH-
ES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POWDERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table.
H. RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Phone 57.      New Westminster.
ALWAYS
The  latest  styles,  fir
manship, and  entire
;t   class    work-
satisfaction   bv
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
must reduce it. As an
inducement we have cut
the prices
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. The stock is new
and well assorted.
over .
Immediately taken to Vancouver. The
same boat ulto brought over three
mares and  their  foals,  the property
of Dr. Hacking. These will be taken
to the Lillooet Valley.
The f-neral of Mrs. F. Morgan was
held yesteiday morning In Puppet-ton.
interment was in thp Roman Catho-
lie cemetery.    Mrs. Morgan was   75
vents old and is survived by her husband, a son and a daughter. She has
heen a resident of New Westminster
for 115 years.
How about your garden ? Ring up
phone E1S4 and get Tidy, the llorist.
to quote you prices on the best stock
that Is grown iu the country. Thev
mate a sieclalty of hanging baskets
and window boxes. **
Mrs. C. W. Brown, of Queens Avenue Methodist patsonage, will not be
at home on Frldiy of this week. She
will reecho formally for the last
time befoie leaving the city on Thursday. June 13, from 4 to (i and from 8
to 10 p.m.
Pioneer Cle-gyman Dead.
��� In. the death   cf I'ev.   Charles   R:
TtviUett, another of Hint Italian* baiirt
ot  jioneevs in  church  vert;.  In B.  C.
is removed.    Mr,  ISaskcu came from
Kngland about 1X77 and was rector of
''MlliwaCft  an.l  also rha-ilatn l'.o the
hishon of New Westminster.   He wns
well known among the early settlers
by his missionary work.    He rottitn-
p-l   to   Fn��laM. in   18R3  rnd   pt    the
time of his death vvas personally en-
ga-,8.1 in bringing out parties '0 Canad ���.    He was at the same time vicar
of Monktcn, Dorset.
THE TAILOR
45   Lorne   Stroet,   New   Westminster.
Keep to the Left.
FaPn? Io o^ser - the rules cf the
roa.l in this city, tvo teamsters appeared hefo'e Magistrate i-vimonds
esterday morning. In view of the
f-c. that this is to be a warning to
others who are daily trmirrressins
the otdinance, the bench 'ct them ^ff
light with a flne of $1 and o\s. Others who appear charged with similar
offences will be dealt with summarily, according to remarks made by
the court.
WHY HOT COATS OFF
Yesterday Was   .the Holtcst Day    of
Year.
Many a business and professional
rmm in the city yesteiday wishe.l the
etiiuette rule regarding dress was
modilled lo the extent tliB.t the dol'fins
of coats on the public stri'et vvas per-
mjssable. Old Sol turned on full pressure djring the af tei neon and sent
���hf mercury up to the 87 mark, the
highest this year.
i his was the figure given out by
Mr. Wilson, of the local meteorological office, although lt Is by no
means a leeord for this time of the
year. The. previous hottest day was
on Sunday, May 12, when the glass
stood at 85 in thp shade. From now
on we can expect real summer wealthier.
Curtis Drag Store
Have you seen the new front door
Just out at the Walsh Sash & Door
Co. ? ���*
During thc four days whloh have
elapsed this week flve building permits h:ne heen issued, of the total
vHlue of $16,500, Yesterday Captain
Joseph Mayers announced his intention of remodelling his house on
Eighth   stiuet.     The   work   will   cost
to
Sllfiiit) and
rebuilding.
will  amount practical!
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New   Westminster.    B    C.
Toilet Preparations
Face Creams, Cold Creams,
After Shave, Florida Waters,
Face Powders, Colognes anl
all toilet requisites.
SEELY'S INVISIBLE
COLD CREAM
T. A. Muir & Co.
Prescription Druggii,ts.
Four doors east of tb<- Hank
of Montieal.
Nev Westminster. PC.
***
The Sapperton Methodist Church
will he opened on Bunday next after
undergoing  extensive  repairs,    The
present edifice was built twenty-one
years a;o. The preacher of the day
win be nev. s, J. Thompson, of Nan-
almo, who was the first pastor of the
church. A supper anil concert will
be given on Monday evening.
Th" automobile owned by Mr. A. II
McAllister came to ��rlef late Wednes
day evening while the d'iver attempted to mnke the sharp turn near the
entrance to Queens park. The oeeu-
rants were thrown owt, hut suffered
lift!,? more than a shaking Up, The
machine was badly damaged.
Tho opening o! tho Millside extension has again heen postponed from
Saturday morning owing to the pie-
v.ilence of numerous muskeirg in (he
vicinity of the abattoir, more grourr!
of this nature being encountered :han
was looked for. The company has u
large gang of men on the work and
expect* to open up for passenger
trufiie some time nexl   week.
���
The presence In our mide/ of a real
German baron was made Known yeslerday when a case for collection of
���'���if ea v as beard before Hla Honor
Judge Howay. The plaintiff. Pi .-ink
Mu.tolas, ts seeking to recover tbe
sum of |168 for work done on the
residence of Huron von Mackensoa
at Port Kelts. Counsel for the plaintiff is  Mr. .1. D.   Kennedy, Wlfle  the
baron, wlio engages fn tanntDfe :.i de-
it u.'.cd by Mr. Lcia UiwlxanarL.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Uurnaby acreage Is getting senrre und like mon good
things is In pretty strong demand. It wont be long hefore almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have been subdivided into Io'.b and then the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby Lake trnm line, is about tho
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price, liurnaby Lake property is selling at from $11,100 per acre and up. We can quote a pries
away below that, and we can give good terms.
F* J. HART & CO., L
1 aa���Sana ���>���������ss���
in CSty Limits
Four and a half acres,'all cleared', unde:--dralned and pi inted in
roiatoes and small fruit; new six roomed house; large barn, chkkeu
houses and o.-her buildings. City water in house and barn. This U
helow market value.   See us at once. >
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE.       W. F. H. BUCKLIN
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President Sec. aid Treas.
SMALL-BUGKUN
-��������� LUMBER  CO., LTD.   ===
Manufacturers  and   Wholesido Dealer* In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na   �� and 877.   8hlngl.es, Sasn. Doors.   Moulding* Etc.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FCR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until !) p.m., with half hourly service
uptil 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���a:; ti. ;, 7:80, 8 and 8:110
a.m., regular service thereaftet.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:43, <;:45 and 8
a.m.. with hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:M0 p.m. Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at T
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���li st car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For  Chilliwack and  way points at
!��:.10  a.m..   1:20  ancl  ti:lf> p.m.    For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
��� Reduced rates are offer? 1
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS   &NJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
W. R. GILLEY, Phons 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Piionei, Office 15 end 18.
>roSn Li'
COLUMBIA   STREET  WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE. CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  POR   HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while price* are low
Do Not Waste Money
Bave a little systematically, for It to thc stuff that th* foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what I*
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In th* fu
ture.   Money cannot be Invested until It to flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorlztd Capital, 92,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR. General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THC
JEWELER
LET US SHOW YOU
ESTABLISHED T8&1.
We write  Fire, Life,. Accident.  Employeea' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Highland Home
lhe Newest and Best Subdivision
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
CURTI8 BLOCK, C61 COLUMBIA STF.'EET.
Telephone 245. New Westminster. P. O. Box 777.

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