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VOLUM    ���!>���   NUMBER 61.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY .MORNING, MAY 16, 1!U2.
PRICK  FIVE CENTS
WHi fORCES
llOVIMG RAPIDLY
General Tellez Leads Vas-
guard- General Huerta
the Main Column.
Rellano   WHI   Be   Scene of Principal
Fight���Insurrectos  Well  Fortified There.
GENERAL ACTIVITY
ON B. C. E.R. LINES
At General Orozco's Headquarters,
Jimincz. Mexico, May lii.���Scouts reported tonight to Geneial Orozco
tbat the federal forces were advancing raiidly northward and piobubly
would attack at daybreak. The vanguard of the government troops under General Telle/; is already ten
miles north of Vermo, while the
main columns under Ceneral Huerta
are oni;/ thiee miles hobind.
The front of tte rebel forces under
Gene-ai Salazar ls at Ascunclon and
Escnlon, 41 and 45 miles respectively
south of here. The main columns are
at i;ellano, sK miles behind. Between the' rebel front and the advancing federals is only 27 miles.
The federals are expected to have
covered the distance hy tomoircw as
they have been advancing by night
inarches ever since last Sunday.
Rellano lr, likely to be the scene
r of the principal fight as the Insinec-
tos ha\e excellent fortifications there.
The lehr] vanguard will prohably retire to Rellano, drawing th9 federals
afier t!;em.
JURY DISAGREES
IN PERJURY CASE
op
lsher elfish  Hcl-J Till Next Ass'ies���
MccVater'g Trial   Begins
Today.
The Jury dlBajireed in th? lerjury
case In whicli l3her Singh is tbe defendant after being ont for ah on:
three hours. The; returned once at
6:16 an.l leported a .Useg cement and
hi3 lcvdshin tent them baak for another hair hc:;r to try end reac'i a
verdict. The caso wan ttavcrsod to
the ne-1 assizes, and the bail remains the same, the n:cur,el ptitttn;-
up su;ety for (1000, and two bondsmen $.r>icii a) lece.
Thc case took up the attention of
the couit Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nep-'ny, progress bein*.; slow because
of the neol of an inteipreter. The
two convicts were on the stand again
yester ay moi nlng, snd several time*
declared that their evidence at tbe
last assizes had not been correctly
Internet*!. Isher Singh, the accused,
bad the same complaint to make. In
summing up the case for the defence.
Mr. Mowat pointed out that there
were sc cn witnesses for the story of
the d:-'e:::c and onl.v six for that OJ
the cro.vn.
In summing up t'>e case for the
crown Mr. McQuairls declare! that
In his o;Inlo-i thc witnesses for the
defence "were net telling the truth
and rolntel out that If they found
(hat. they were cornered then tiey
hedvrcl: that If they vee told that a
prevlo'B witness bid toid differently
then they would '.et round to the
same ?to y
In bis charge to the Jtuy Jus.ice
Clements rointed o it that the case
was a serious one beea ise they hn.'
to take the word of witnesses as t^
what hapreited and It was their business to |��t at the facts. Perjury wa8
an attempt to mlslea 1 nnd so defeat
the ends of Justice. In this case if
the testimony wiib false then lt must
be taken as wilfully false, ills lord-
shon also advised them that they
should not lake Into consideration the
action of the Jury at thc ti lal laat
October.
Tiie Justice also commented on the
difficulty of the case because pt the
need of interpreting. Acco'dlng!;
they must consider the conditions,
motives and i reliabilities. The chle'
question to bo answere 1 was as to
where the convict Isher was at a
pattlcilar time. One set of witnesses
Said the man was In Vancouver at 8
o'clock on a certain Monday ovenlnr
and the other that ho was in New
Westminster.
While the jury wns consldetlng the
abce case an attempt, was made to
begin the trial of the McWaters case,
but ufter the list of available Jurors
wns fione through twice only f/art of
the necessary numher was Bectured
All the rest were challenged by one
side or the other. Finally Iti xvas decided to await, the release of the
Jury on the rerjury case. The IMc-
Waters case will be continued at 11
o'clock this forenoon.
Changes ori Burnaby Route Possible-
Millside  Extension���Ballasting
on Queensborough Tracks.
Although the Idea of changing the
service on the Burnaby Lake branch
of the B. C. E. ft. to an half hourly
one has been contemplated, Manager
Purvis gave out yesterday that the
time ls not yet ripe for such a move.
The switches necessary for such a
change have been placed ln position
and Just aa soon as th�� traffic demands it, two more cars will be added to the run. At the present time,
the company is on Saturdays an.l Sundays running the two car trains over
the line. Several changes which will
go Into operation about the first of
June are heing made in the summer
schedule over the Eraser Valley
branch.
The B. C. E. R. has placed a steam
sho'.el In opei atlon at its gravel pit
near tl'e tennlnui of the Sapperton
line which will do away with the long
haulage of giavel necessary for ballasting the new Millside extension.
With the newly arrived diamond
switches installed over the Gieat
Northern tiacks, the work of laying
the steel will he rushed from now on.
A change is to he made immediate
ly a" the corner of Fourth avenue and
Sixth street, the switch at that point
to be so placed as to do away with
the delay now taking place with cars
coming down frum Kdmonds.'
The ballast train is working on the
Q.iccriGhotoiiL'h branch anl theie remains but Ultle work to do befoie
tlie Une will he ready for use. Just
what kind of service will be used on
this line h:ss not I.een given out as
yet, although, according to Mr. Purvis, the present population does not
appear to warrant a fast service from
the start.
FIVE DEAD IN
FOREST FIRES
ORDER IRONWORKERS
TO 60 ON STRIKE
Thousands of Dollara Damage in  Snohomish and
Skagit
Fifteen Million Feet of Green Timber
Destroyed by  Fire���Su'tan
Fights Hard.
Seattle, May 15.���Five lives Unown
to be lost, two men mlssi/ig and pro
perty damaged to the extent of sev
erai h'jndied thousand dollars are the
result of several forest flte3 which
swept over the northwestern part of
Washington yesterday and last nlgbt.
The (lies are still burning "uncon
trolled, but in most sections the situation shows iinpiOAement and unless a
wind springs up there is little fear ol
further disaster.
The most serious fires are in Snohomish county where several sawmills and logging camps have been
destroyed and others are in danger.
The only loss of life iepoite.1, occurred in the flre which destroyed
loeging camps in Skapit co;;nty. Fifty
million feet of green timber were
destro-ed by this fire. Other fires in
Western Washington brought the
total timher destroyed to 70.000,000
reet.
The fire wardens have rushed a
large force of men Into the field and
believe they wi.l be able to control
the flames. They were encouraged in
this bore by the weather bureau fore
cast of Bhowers, wliich would break
the lont; dry s; ell which is held re
STonsible for the rap!J spread of the
flames so early In the season.
In Snohomish.
Everett, Wash, May if���The forefil
fire situation in Snohomish county is
rrobably worse today than yesterday.
The town of Sult?n has been making
a hard fight to i revent destruction o!
Its water power through burning o,'
the t|Oce.1 w.'orlen pipe runninr
'ram the source.    Mies are near thai
AFTERMATH OF
M'NAMARA TRIAL
Clarence S. Darrow Brothers'
Counsel Tried for Bribing
Venireman.
All's Well.
eentUe, May IR.���The gasoline fish-
lug schooner Annie M. Nixon, which
was reported donsrted nnd ashore on
While (IliT island, Aluskn, Ih snre. n"-
cordlnf to Captain lft C. Daughnrin.
of the steamship Humboldt, which tv-
rived from Skagway today. Captain
T'aimhinan said he pass-el the Nixon
in Wrungell Narrows three days ago
and all was well. It is presumed tbat
the schooner went ashore nnd was
afterwards released by her crew,
Lo:al    Men   Talce   no   Action���North
Vancouver Men  Already  Back   at
Work.
Following the action of the North
Vancou\er ironworkers and Helpers,
in the employ of the Wallace Shipbuilding yards, who went- ojt on
strike on Saturday last, demanding
an increase of pay, it is reported that
the local union of ironworkers has
leceived Instructions from Vancou-
\tr to demand a similar Increase
from the Vulcan Iron Works, the only
boiler shop In the city. It is kriown
that a meeting of the union was held
ln Vancouver last week, the ultimatum prescn'el by the North Vancou-
. cr men being the result of this con-
re. ence.
The letter to the local union stated
that unless the men were granted an
increase of three cents an hour to
helpers, anl from 7% to 11% cents
ier hour for Iron workers, they were
to go out on strike. The main question in dispute, however, ls with ie
gaid to oveitlme. At [resent the
men receive, time and a quarter for
overtime, anil a half on Saturday afternoons, and double time on Sundays.
They ask double time for all work
after 5 p. m. during the week, Saturday afternoons and on Sundays. Thc
letter to the local union is said to
have contained instructions that un-
'ess the demands were granted before
May 10, they were to go on strike,
although the letter was not received
bere until May 13.
When seen yesterdav Manaeer J.
R. Duncan of the Vulcau Iron Works,
said the firm had not decided to take
(nv definite action In the matter as
yet. "As far as 1 can make out. the
iocal union was not consulted with re-
pa-d to this new wage scale, snd
many of them feel well satisfied with
the present scale, as they have been
with fhe company several yenrs. Sev.
"ral of the naten have personally told
me the- have no klc't coming, and
will not go out on s-tri^e unless
forced to do so by the head officials
of the organization."
Tbo Ironworkers in North Vancouver have now gone back to work at
'tie old B-Mie nnd It seems unlikely
that fhe Westminster men will take
any steps.
new hospital are retorted to be going
j latjj and it is icarcd Uiey will l.qyaf'fi .along  well, .The nur-ber or patient
ffle*��'��' "  .     .t*:*lw! hospital on April 1 was 64,   o-
The flvoB nre virtually muheckable
^ecnvse of the absen-e of {.teen un-
r'e-hvurh such#as would have grown
hnd the blazes started a month later
as usual.
Accurate reports of the losses in
^mhomlsh county have not been
coinj ite.l. hut unofficial figures give
an aggregate property loss of $1C0.-
000.
LOCAL AVIATOFS PREPARE
TO  LAUNCH  MACHINE
Mr. Chai les H. Rhoddls and Mr.
Ralph Keast, of Third avenue, expect
to be able to piactice with the aeroplane which they are building somewhere around the en.1 of this month.
Particulars of the machine have been
given In the Daily News previously.
It has been named the Fetrusco. The
engine is already installed and everything Is ready and nearly all thc
parts have been put together ln the
workshop at Grandview. Very soon
Westminster will boast the- possession of st least a brace of navigators
of the air.
TYPOS BALLOTED FOT:
OFFICER8 YESTERDAY
The ballot for the officers of the
Westminster Typographical Union,
No. C32, was held yesterday. The
voting was both for the local and International officers. Every vote has
to be cast on the third Wednesday in
May, but the ie3ults will probably
not be known till Friday night.
The Chilliwack and .Mission ballots
have already been received by post.
Those fiom Kamloops, Ashcroft and
Merrltt, all of which places are Included ln the local union, are expected tomorrow! None of the local men
ate competing for international positions.
PICTURES WERE GOOD.
RAILWAY RUMORS CONCERN
BUYING IN BURNABY
Edmbnds, May 15.���Real estate
deals during the past week ln the
northwestern part of the municipality
of Burnaby has created quite a stir
tn that section and r 'mor credits ono
of the transcontinental railways with
hacking the deal. Many options, involving hundreds of ncres. have recently been taken on property in lots
KM, 110, 125 nnd 120. These lots nre
situated not Very for f:om where tho
Second Narrows bridge will cross to
tho North Vancouver side.
An air of mvstery hangs over the
'teals and it Is declared that the
amount of land placed under option
Is so lnrpe as to Indicate thnt it
might be taken up for railway yardage.
Famous French Actresses st Opera
House���Casey Jones Coming.
The opeia house was not very well
filled last nlaht when the management
presented Its flrst moving pictures.
This was a ritv as the films of
Madame Sarah Bernhardt and
Madame Rejane were really excellent.
They showed both these famous
French actresses in their most famous parts, the former appealing in
"Camille" and the latter in "Madame
Sans-Gene." The wonderful ability of
the actresses was marvellously portrayed In the pictures. French
actresses suffer less than would an
Anglo-Saxon from the absence of the
spoken word as they make so much
more use of feature to express emotion than do the Kngiish, Canadian or
Amei lean.
There was just one hitch in the
��� roceedlngs, n fuse hlowlnj out shortly after Ihe start. Th'9, however, was
quickly remedied and the moving
picture machine proved itself to be
one of the vety best.
The same pictures Will he run again
tonight nnd it ls hoped that a bltger
crowl will turn n?. Next Mondav lhe
management will present "Casey
Jones." This ls a mixed musical
comedv and ls said to be very an)us
ing. The'e are ten or twelve sap"*
in the piece and Ollle Mack, jthe
vn>nlevU:e Etar, takes the leaang
I pait.
Rapid    Progress   Made   in    Selecting
Talesmen���Trial Takee Place In
Same Court Room.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 15.���In the
same court loom in the hall of justice
where the McNamara brothers were
sentenced to prison early last December after pleading guilty to dynamiting, Clarence S. Darrow, of Chicago,
their chief counsel, was placed on
trial today befoie Judge George H.
Hutton, of the superior court, for the
alleged bribing of George N. Lock-
wood, one of the veniremen in <he
trial of .lames B. McNamara. The
charge of ha- ing bribed Juror Robert
F. Bain will be ignored in the present
trial.
Rapid progress was made in the examination of talesmen anl at 3:30
o'clock there were twelve men in tic
Jury box who had been passed tentatively by the defence after two har!
been excused on challenges for cause
by the defence. At the conclusion of
the day's session four of the twelve
had been accepted tentatively by the
state and another challenged foi
cause. The court will rule on the
state's challenge tomorrow mornin:;.
The four men now subject only to
jreremptory challenges .are Dr.
Francis II. Geer, a leired physician;
Li. T. Laramers, A. J. Snvder anl A.
G. Ritchie.
SMOULDERING RUINS
CAREfULLY WATCHED
HOSPITAL   BOARD   MET.
Year DrawiriQ ts Clo-^���Three Vacancies cn Board.
The board of di:e "ors of tho Soya!
Columbian hos;itcl met yesterday
afte noon. All matters connected
with   the   bnlUfajg   of tho   proposed
No Decision with Regard to Rebuilding Royal City Mills���John
Hendry in England.
Unite a number of people have been
down to see the rulnB of the lecenl
fire at the Koyal City mills. Thiough
out the whole of Tuesday night and
during yesterday the mill flre brigade
was directing water upon the blackened ruins. Throughout the day littl?
outbreaks cropped up and were as
speedily put out.
As regards the rebuilding of .the
mill nothing definite ls known at
piesent. Mr. John Hendry, head of
the B. C. Mills Timber and Trading
company, of which the Royal City
Planing mills is a branch, is at present fn England, and until he has been
heard from it is unlikely that any
steps will he taken either way.
The damage while serious is not so
great as it might have been, and if
the 83sh ond door factory had been
burned the replacing of lt would have
been a more costly jo'.) than is the
present damage. This Is happily
mainly confine! to the mill house.
The boilers are intact, though the
chimney stack and side of the building neatest the fire show si��ns of
stress.
A good deal of insurance is carried
by firms ln the city as was state',
yesterday, but a great deal also is
canied outside, nr.tably by the Lumbermen's Mutual association. It is
probable that an adjustment of the
claims upon local Arms will be made
today or tomorrow.
EMMA GOLDMAN
HAS ROUGH TIME
Ben L. Reitman Tarred and
Feathered  With Sagebrush.
Pair Arrive   in    Los   Angeles   After-
Being  Driven from San  Diego
by Vigilantes.
ROVERS' BANQUET
SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
Mr. Beaton Advocates One Team for
Rcyal City���Recfchirts Had Good
April 31 It was All, the RTeateat outn-V*
ber of inmat��3 on one day bein? RO.
Tbe total number of hospital days
during the rast month was 18;so, there
were admitte1. 98 patients and those
discharpel numbered 103. At the
present time the hospital is not quite
filled, an unusual experience for the
staff.
The board consists of twelve, memhers, the government, the city council and the Local Council of Women
appointing four each. The hospital
year exi ires on Juno 15. and the annual meeting will be held on the 19th
of that month. There are three appointments to be made from the government and two from the Council of
Women to All vacancies.
DISCUSS WEIGHTS ���
AND MEASURES
Burnaby Beard of Trade Holds Short
Session���3etter  Postal   Service���
New Members.
The Burnaby board of trade had a
very short session last night, about
a dozen members being present in
the municipal hall committee room
The chair was taken by the president,
Mr. B. G. Walker.
There was a considerable discussion upon the subject of weights and
measures, following a report handed
In by a committee charged with the
investigation of this matter. It appeared thnt there was no systematic
Inspection of weights and measures
within the municipality and steps wll;
be taken to ascertain if tbere U'an
inspector whoso duty this is. One
member said that two pounds of but
ter he had bought weighed respective
ly 13 and ,14 ounces
"Shouldn't buy your butter in Van
couver." said another member.
The post office committee leported
that Its effoits to secure an extra
mall service had borne good fruit. A
letter was read stating that from
May 16 an extra service will be ef
fected, leaving Vancouver at B p.m.
anl Westminster at 4 p.m. dally ex-
cert upon Sundays.
The chairman. In reporting upon
the work of the transportation committee, stated that so far the negotiations of the joint copimlttee which
had boen conferring with theB. C.
Ft R. with the Idea of obtaining one
franchise for the whole of Vanconver
and district, had failed ln its mission
Personally he thought that matters
would have been conducted far bet
ter had the negotiations been car
ried on behind closed doors.
In discussing the action of thf
North BiVrnah". Ratepayers' assoefn-
tlon ln circulating a petition asklne
the council to withdraw its case affecting tbe franchise against the B
C. E. R the board took an opposite
view to the petition.
Mr. B. G. Walker was appointed to
represent the bosrl upon tbe joint
harbor committee, and Messrs. ,T. G.
JaoVman and Andrew Scott were duly
elected member s.
Th�� management of the Hovers \
gave a line banquet to tbe teain and
its Supporters at the Royal cafe last
night. Owing to an unfoi tunate mis-
undei standing with regard to the in
vitations some of the guests did not
tum up, but this alter all was their
loss, as those that did come enjoyed
themselves thoroughly. The speeches
of the evening were devoted to a re
view of the past seaEoa in which
the Ro'.eis had done 'ery well ln the
face of considerable difliculties, having occupied a good place in the
league and reached the final of both
the National and Imperial cu^s.
The fare wa3 of tie best and when
the champagne corks began to fly the
party was a merry one. Managei
Grant, Mr. Beaton and Goalkeeper
Sampher formed a sett of triumvirate
at the head of the table. Music was
.supplied, by Messrs. Marrot and Phil
llpps~of the Royal theatre.
Mr. Beaton was ca lied upon for the
flrst speech. He began by reciting
the record of the Rovers during the
past season. They hnd, he said, done
very well, having scored 30 goals
against 23 of their opponents. They
had won ten games out of twenty and
lost seven, di awing three. They also
had got into the final for two cups
and held a good place in the league.
"This is a very creditable performance indeed. The Rovers this year
came nearer winning top honors for
the Hoyal City than any soccer team
ever before."
The speaker then told how three
members of tho team had been picked for the Scotch versus English
match and two more as reserves
and also three more to play for the
professionals against the Senior
Amateurs. He then came to the most
Important part of his speech in which
he advocated the merging of the two
senior clubs of the city into one
which should play in the red shirts
If that step was adopted be thought
that the soccer prospects ot this city
had never looked so bright. The
Senior Amateurs were playing under
the auspices of the B. C. A. A. U. Aa
far as he could see that body bad-
never done anything to encourage
soccer ln this city, had never, he be
lieved, done a good turn to any form
of srort. This local control h��
thought should be done away with
and all games be played under a par
ent board for the whole of Canada
situated, say, at Winnipeg.
Manager Grant and others spoke
during the evening, which was enlivened with music and song. Altogether the whole proved a most successful occasion and several baseball
enthusiasts who were Invited at the
last moment added to the gaiety of
evervone.
Others who spoke were P. W. Luce
Herb Ryall. Nat Fraser, C. Coldicott.
Ben Robb, W. Maiden. J. Craig. L
Sharp. Andrew. Melklejohn, G��orr;e
Leaf and Sampher.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 15.���Sagebrush, In lieu of feathers, was usedt
by San Diego vigilantes after a
bucket of tar had been dumped oa
him, according to the story Ben !���_
Reitman told on his arrival in Los ���
Angeles tonight.
There was a large crowd of Industrial Workers of the World at the ���
depot to meet the manager of Emma
Goldman, who had arrived ln the
morning after having been summarily
banished from San Diego. It was Intended to provide Reitman a demonstrative welcome, but a large tod? of
police prevented that.
It was immediately announced that
Reitman. Miss Goldman and othera
would tell of their experiences at San
Diego at a meeting advertised for tomorrow nieht at a local theatre.
When Keitman reached Los Angeles-,
he was attired in a pair of overalls:
and a Jumper, He said that he hai1
to walk 30 miles before he could procure clothing, which he donned aftet-
removing the tar from his body with
the use of iu.pontine. He bote a few
marks cf his rough treatment, bur
apparently was not seriously hnrt
physically.
Left San  Diego.
San Die.so,    Cal.,    May   15.���Wit!*
Emma Goldman and Ben L. Reitman.
her manager, safely in Los Angeles,,
the excitement of the past two days-
has  calmed  down  tonight.    Reitman
was taken from    a local    hotel    last
night,    it  was    rep-orted    today,    by
vigilantes, placed    in    ah automobile
an.l, hurried to a. spot   nine    miles
from this city.    There he waa given.,
lt ls satd, a coat ot tar and feathers.
tlie letters    "1. W. W." were    trace*
on hia back with a lighted cl";xr an*
he  was left with bis railroad  ticket
and money, but practically no clothws,
to make his way to Los Angeles.
Ke    reached    Bernardo,    25 mileai
northeast of San Diego, early tr>day.
bought clothes and food and trudged
on to Escondido. five miles   distant,,
weary and apparently sufteiing1 much
fiom his experience.   There Fte boarded a t;ain for Les Angeljs after giving out a statement in which he denounced the vijlar.tes   and   bitterly
arraigned    the    authorities   of    San
Diego for ('oing nothing, he said,   toy
prevent his treatment.
Emma Gol.'man was escorted to (he
depot early today In an automobile
after deciding to abandon the attempt
to lecture in this city.
Honest Laundry Girl.
Los Anfeles, Cal., May 15.���iMiss
Florence Corbln. aii employee In a
lauhdry, fomd dla-iond ani tur>uol*
Jewelry valued at |!)50 in a bundle or
soiled linen. Miss Corbln did no,'
hesitate a Moment, but loove^ up the
name on the bcndle to identify the
owner snd then turned tbe gems over
to tho manrrer. The'- bcloneetl to
Mrs. Frank W. Mack, ol New York,
MISS A. CAMERON'S
FUNERAL SERVICE:
Cortege Was Largest Known in Victoria���Public and  Semi-Official .
Send Tributes.
Victoria, May 15.���The funeral of
Miss Agnes Deans Cameron took
place this afternoon, the service being held in St. Andrew's church at
2:30 o'clock, the officiating clergy being Revs. Dr. Reid, W. Leslie Clay +
and J. McCoy. The pallbearers were-
J. G. Brown, G. H. Robertson, E. B.
Paul, Andrew Gray, H. Cunle an*-
Thomas A. Brydon.
The floral tributes Included many
wreaths trom public and semi-official
bodies, including the city counclV
school board, and South Park school,
of which she was formerly principal.
The schools all closed earlj. The
funeral cortege was the largest ever
known here, .and the body waa taken,
to Seattle for cremation.
Y. M. C. A. RE-ELECTS OFFICERSC
Question   of   Boys'  Secretary���Vigor--
ous  Expansion  Planned.
.   The flrst meeting of the new 00814
of directors of the Y. M. C. A. was;
held on Tuesday evening.   The boar*
showed its confidence In its oid officers by re-electing them en bloc. They
are as   follows:    Mr.   T.   J. Trapp,.
presl'ent; Mr. J. W. McDonald, vice-
president; .Mr. E. H. Sands, recording?:
secretary,   and    Mr.    R. F. Walker.,
treasurer.
Tbe sense of the meeting wss that.'
general efforts towards the expansion
ot the work of the institution should '
be vigorously prosecuted.   Mr. Anderson, the secretary, was asked to   Investigate and report   upon   tbe   pro-'-
posed appointment   of   an assistant
secretary who will take up the boyaT"
branch of the work, which haa now -
grown to such an extent as to deknnd
this move.
The space Oownstalrs will be ntfl--
Ired ln the near future. The Intention is to have It fitted up as a bowl-
ins, allev during tho gamma Mr uees
ln the fait.
, PAQR TWO
TTCSTMINSTEE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAV 18, 1912.
Classified Advertising
I CITY
I Local
OF     NEW
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
WESTMINSTER.
Sixth
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TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 404 Dixon street, off
Harvey, Bapperton,
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
���������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���GIRL AT    THE    ROYAL
City Laundry.
WANTED SIX OR SEVEN-ROOM
house, modern, on large lot, near
carline. Owners only apply to .1. W.
McCallum. 13 Westminster Trust
Block.   Phone 434.
TO RENT���ROOM, BOARD   IF   DE
eircd.   ini'0 Third avenue.
TO RENT���TWO SUITES OF FURN-
isiied housekeeping rooms cn thc
corner oi Agnes and Dufferin. Telephone L C.38.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.    Apply tl. P. Vidal & Co.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
U ls desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sew-j made itself sumemely ridiculous   by
THE    MODERN    ANARCHIST.
Sorre   Absurdities   Exposed   by   Sunday   Chronicle.
London, May 15.���Duiing the recent st: ike, a section of the British
press���or rather a number of aliens
on   the   staffs   of certain   Journals���
TO RENT���FURNISHED I-IOUSE-
keeping rooms at U24 Seventh
Street.
WANTED ��� BOOKKEEPER, THOR-
oughly experienced, wants position.
Highest lefeiences. Address Hox 89,
News office.
WANTED ��� BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing, Bteamfltting or tinsmith-
ing.   Apply James & McClughan,
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light,
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTED���8 OR in CARPENTERS,
J4.25 for eight hours. Call at 716
Fifth street.
WANTED���CARPENTERS AT ONCE,
union   scale.     Call at  Hub   Cigar
.     Store.
WANTED���ROOMERS ANH BOARD-
ers.    38 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE HOY IMME-
dlately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
THE
piano
work-
Ad-
dress Box 77, Daily News office.
WANTED ��� A ROOM WITH
privilege of practising on the
one hour evenings, by plain
ingtnan.    Please slate terms
WANTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPU
cafe,   opposite C. P. R
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE���FEW LOTS FACING ON*
Craig street, close to Burnaby Lake
line. .Mostly cleared. Prices reasonable. Call 669 Columbia stieet
after tl p.m., or phone LSI:,'.
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 eaay  terms;  $1.00 down,'
(i.OQ ver week.    Canada Range Co.
Market Square.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phene 669
CLOSE IN DOUBLE CQRNER-rtOn
Sixth Etreet, 132 feet frontage:
good business pioperty; all cleared.
This pro; eny is 102 feet deep, to
lane. Price $9500; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months. Nc.
105.
IN BURNABY, NEAR EDMONDS
STATION���-Four rocd lot.s facing on
the car line; all clea>ed and in
giass. These are a snap at $3600:
one-quarter cash, balance G, 12 and
18 months.    No. 199.
A BURNABY CORNER���At the corner of Sixth avenue ;.n I Fo.urtb
street, i'rice $1400; one-?fuart9i
I ash, balance f,. 12 and is months.
No. 42,
3IG LOT ON LONDON CTfSSET���
Size 60x132, Price $900; one-third
cash, balance 0, 12 and 18 months
No. 133.
GOOD SEVENTH AVENUE LOT���
Size 52x122 to lane; all cleared
l*i i* o $1100: one-thli l cash, balance
fl, 12 and IS months,    N-j. 231.
SIX ROOMED COTTAGE, THIRD
AVENUE���Size of lot 49x110 feet.
Pi ice $2800; one-third cash, balance
(!, 12 anl 18 months.   No. 256
SIX ROOMED MODERN COTTAGE
���In the west end, corner cf Edin
burgh and Tenth streets. As!; us
tlie pi ire of this.    No. 309.
3'/i ACRES IN BURNABY���Corner of
Fuller and Keith's roads. This P
a snap at $1100 rer acre. Ti:c
terms are one-quarter cash, balance
I'i, 12, IS and 24 months. This propeity would make a dandy buYi-
dlvlsion.    No. 2.
ers and wor'-tsj contingent theteto on
tl'e following streets:
Sixth stieet from Clarkson to Sixth
avenue.
Sixth avenue from Sixth  street  to
Thirl street.
Fourth street from Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina stieet from Third stieet to
Fourth street.
Fifth avenue from Fifth   street  to
Cixt'.i street.
Lane 118 feet, north of Fourtli avenue between Fifth and   Sixth   street.
Dlackford street from Sixth   streel
to Fifth streets.
Thlid avenue from Sixth street to
Fourth street.
Lancaster street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
gt. George stieet from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Liverpool street f:om Sixth sireet
lo fourth street.
Queens avenue from Sixth street to
Fourth street.
Cunningham street from Sixth
street to Fourth stieet.
Agnes street fiom Sixth street to
Fouitb sireet.
Victoria stieet from Sixth street to
Fourth sireet.
Carnarvon street from Sixth streel
to Fourth street.
Cfarkson street from Sixth st; col
to Church street.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance, with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement Genera! Bylaw 1912."
And'the City Engineer and City Assessor liaving reported to the Council In acco.dance with the provision?
of the said bylaw upon the sai.!
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the vai Ious portions of rea:
porperty to bo benefited by the saie
works and ether particulars and the
said re; urts of the said City Engineer and City Assessor having been
adopted by the Council.
Notice is heieby given that lhe
said lepcrts are open fer inspection
at the ofiice of the City Assesor,
City Hall, Columbia stieet, New
Westminster, B. C, and that unless a
petition against ihe proposed Rrorh.
above mentioned signed b.v a ma-
Jority of the o a ners of tl.e laud c:i
real property to be assessed or
charged in respect of such works rep-
: e-entin,', at least one half in value
thereof is pieiented to the (jotmctl
within fifieen days fro2J the date of
the first publication of this notice
ihe Council will proceed with the pro
posed Improvements under such
terms ;:nd cr'Mtions as to the payment 'if the .-cjat cf such improvements ;>s the Council may by bylaw
in Ihat behalf regulate and determine
ind also to ma'-.e the Bail asscss-
ment.
Dated this 15th dav nf May, 1913.
W. A. DONC VN,
City CU-"': I
Date of  tlrst publication K>th  May,
1912.
demanding al sort3 of vague measures of lepresslon against trade
unionism. Now tliat the sti Ike is
over, and the iclatlons between labor,
capital, an.l the general public may
have to be studied with a view lo rearrangements arising out cf the legal
granting of a minimum wage for
miners, these foolish voices are sure
to he raise! anew In advocacy of
many kinds of Impracticable precautions. It is to be hoped Ihat the historical sense and tbe native wisdom
of our statesmen will prove adamant
against tho ranlc-st IcVen Ignorance
of their would-be guides.
All of us r.re pood Biitons,
whether we he Conservatives, Liberals, or Labor men, lcok to the government to preserve order and to
protect life and property against wilful damage,    lie   may   l>e   ready to
must shut them up. But it must not
lose Its head and mistake flocks of
sheep for wolves, or excited terriers
for cases of rabies.
Let the funky believer in the gospel of "putting 'em down" read, as I
have been reading lately, Mr. E. A.
Vizetelly'g bool^, called "The Anarchists���Their Faith nni Their Record"
(John Lane), and two volumes issued
by Mr. Finfleld, namely, Emma Gold-
mau's "Anarchism and Other Essays," aud Max Sllnier's "The Ego
and llis Own," the latter now available for 'the first time 19 a complete
popular English edition. For our present purposes, the boo.;; of Mr. \ ize-
telly���who knows moie about International revolutionary movements,
probably, than any other British journalist���is the most important of the
trio. It Buniinaiizea the story of An-1
archism and its exponents from the i
time of Bakunin more capably than
any other volume known to me, de-i
scribing in greater or less detail,
every Anarchist out! age tip to the j
date of the Sidney street affair. !
B. Ci and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged In tested of such works representing at
least one half in value thereof ls presented to the Council within fifteen
davs from the date of the flrst publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the costs
of such improvements as tlie Council
may may by bylaw in that behalf regulate aud del ei mine and also to
make the said assessment.
Dated this 16th   day of Mav, 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication   Kith May,
1012.
CITY
Local
OF    NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Fifth
CITY
Local
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Improvement     Notice ��� First
and  Second  Streets Storm  Sewer
Area.
The Municipal   Council   of the City
of Neiv Westminster, having by resolution, determined and specified that it
argue amicably; or even strongly, the I is dedr'able to carry out the follow-
' ing works Of laying Main Storm Sewers and  works contingent  thereto on
case for a further state-regulation o
trade  union's  that    rumy   i co;.',o   ^^-jtlio following Ktreots:
Ueve m'.:st  folio.v   upon  tho   present |     Second   street  fiom
Interference  by  the government  be-| to Elgin
tween employer and employed,   I do
not   tiling .there  13  likely  to  be any
real   desire   to   develop   tho   connection cf capital and labor In tills country on  renal  lines.     If history   (and
the'hh'fory  in  particular of the past
fifty yea:s)   has mij   lesson  for   our
politicians itiEt now, It ii that all legislation, ar.d os;crialiy punitive legislation, that  Is the outcome of petulance and fear, is not   merely inffei-
tlve     but   harmful;   that    the   only
sound laiV3 nre those based on a de-j
termination to see'; justice   and   to,
jtlay fair.
Putting It Down.
The words "Syndicalism," "Socialism," and "Anarchism," hoi ti mention "Militant Trude Unionism" and
"Anti-Militarism," aio being bandied
about rather freely at this ciltlcal
lime ture hy writers Who clearly have;
little knowledge of What  they mean, I
or are unscrupulously intent upon fos-
teiing the Idea that thev mean one
and the same thing. Such writers, of
course, have only a single remedv
for every opinion wilh whic'i they do
not agiee; li!:e tbe gentleman in
Olc'-cns. they would "put 't down."
They are too Ill-informed to know
that it is Ihe most difficult thins Imaginable to put ''own an opinion
whether it te rhln or wrong; and
that wrong orinions will offer yon
martyr3 in plenty, and 'eaperate un.l
dangerous martyrs al that as readily
us right opinions, once you begin to
try to ici.ross thorn bi force. Society musl   hill It-,  mad   doRs;   er It
Koyal avenue
treet.
First street fiom lioyal avenue lo
St. Patftck street.
St. Patrick fiom First to Third
streets.
Fourth avenue from Ki:st to Second streets.
Arbutus stieot.
Emory   street.
Third avenue from First to Second
streets.
Queens avenue from Flirt fo Third
stieets.
Manitoba t:,roct.
Peele street.
Bonson stieet.
Park Row.
Vancouver street,
Citnnville street.
Hoyal avenue from Third stree; to
[McBride Boulevard.
Leopold  Mace.
Anl that said wor?ts be carried out
in aoordance with tbe provisions of
the "Local  lmpioicment Cenerai  Hy
| law 1912."
And Lhe City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council  In accordance with the |*;ovlsian��
I of   the    said    bylaw   ii|on    the    said
'works giving statements showing the
t amounts estimated to be   chargeable
against  the vaiious   portions   of real
property-to be bcr.ofitel by the said
works and  other  particulars  an I  the
said   reports  of  tbe  said    City   Fngineer and  City  Assessor having   been
adopted by the Couucil.
Notice i.i heieby given that the said
rei'orts are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia   street,   New   Westminster,
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Fifth stieet from Third to Sixth
avenue.
Fifth avenue fiom Fourth to Fifth
streets.
Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fifth
Etreets,
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
"The Local Improvement General By-
law  1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor baring reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the eald
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to bo chargeable
against the various portion* of real
property to tie benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said rei oils of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor liaving been adopt-
vl by the Council.
Notice is hereby given ihat tho said
rei oris are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street. New Westminster)
B. C, an 1 that unless �� petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real prop.
e.ty to le assessed or charged in re-f
spect or such works representing at
least one half in value thereof is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed Improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost
of such Improvements as the Council
may by by-law In that behalf regulate
and determine and also to malt�� the
said assessment.
Date! this   15th clay of   Mav. t!U2.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of Erst publication  10th May,
1912.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� A MASONIC WATCH
charm, on-Eighth street, Saturday.
Owner can s-eeure same by paying
for noiice and proving property at
David Boyle's barber sho;), Eighth
street.
WANTED.
Applications for the posi'ion of
assist tint tj the Honorary Secretary
���of tbe Ne \ Westminster .Progressive
Association. Applications stating
qualifications and salary required to
reach the un ersigned at G-18 Columbia et ct-: rot later than noon of
Tuesday, the 21st of May. Publicity
man  preferted.
T. D. SHERRIFF,
Honorary Secretary.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
461 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
SINGING TEACHER.
Waiitel���Teacher for singing In the
N'ew Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Application^
stating qualifications and salary required to reach the seo-etnry's office
not later than noon ef .lune 30,
L.  AVORY WHITE,
Secretary   Board of School  Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
TENDERS FOR CLEARING.
TEACHERS  WANTED.
Wanted. Teachers for all grades in
'Public schools, including Principals.
Applicants are requested to write stating qualifications and Ealary required
and must be prepared to undergo an
examination by the School Medical
Officer If required, Applications to
reach the Secretary's ofiice by noon
��� of Thursday, May 23rd.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary, Board of Scbool Trustees.
New Westminster, B. C.
Tender? will he received by the
undei signed up to !> p.m. Friday, May
17, for clearing, burning, grading and
sreding the east half of the west
three acres of the Church of England
cemeterv at San| erton, and also for
the whole three acres.
DIAMOND & CORBOULD,
Boom 1. Lavery Block.
INVESTORS'
Phone 295
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Ebck
.
FOR SALE
LOTS ON   EWEN   AVENUE   CAH
LINE OR INSIDE.
SEE   OUR   LIST
RISING SUN REALTY CO'Y
Phone 853. Room 4, Trapp Block.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
MX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
TO RENT���Two good houses, one on
I^riflon street six looms. \ oesob-
sion June 1, $25 per months; ono
ho.se on Filth avenue, seven
rooms, modern; Immediate possession; $:;u por month.
HERE'S A nifty BUY��� Comfortable
little home on Tenth avenue, lot
50x132, lane at rear. All beautlfull)
cleared; planted out In fill bearlns
strawberries and other small fruits
House will lent for $14 a raonlh,
Three minutes fiom cur. Piioe
$200(1;' S500 cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.   No. 40.
HOUSE AND LOT for $3000, five
rooms modern eye opt furnace;
third cash: (I, 12 and IK months for
balance.   No. 84.
ALL MODERN BUNGALOW. $3550.
On Dublin street: well locate:!:
third cash;  6, 12 months.    No. IH.
SEVENTH AVENUE ��� Lot between
Second and Fourth streets on south
side: $1600, third cash; terms.
No. 32.
ON EIGHTH AVENUE���Lar.ie build-
in g lot, lane at rear, $616; term.3.
No. 8,
HENRY STREET, EDMONDS���Ceven
lots BOxflD, for $r.::r, each, These
are worth looking into.    No, s.
CHOICE BUILDING LOT. cor; or Pt,
Patrick's und Second stroet, ?r>oot);
size 132x120;    No.  14.
Eire,   Accident,   Employees' Liability,
Aulo, Plate Glass Insurance,
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO. i
Phone 205
Office, Curtis Blocl:
CITY    OF    NEV    WESTMINSTER.
Lo::l     Improvement    Noticr���Fourth
Street Storm Sewer Area.
Th.e Municipal Council of ;hr Cit;
of New Westminster liuv in;, hy res
ilution determined an.l siccilled thai
t U desirable lo carry out Ihe following works cf la ing Main Storm 8ew-
ev, .-.nd works contingent thereto 'on
the followlns ������*'��� < ��� t >;
Fourth etreet fioui Clarkson strcci
to Fifth a'.enue.
Fifth avenue f.om Third to Foirlh
streets.
Fourth    a'enue   from    Second    to
Fourth streets.
Oak   street  from   Fourth    to   Fifth
avenues.
Third    avenue    from    Peccjnd     10
Fourth stieets.
Pine sireet from Third to Fourth
avenues. "��
Feaison ptrcet and right-of-way.
Queens    avenue    from    Third    ta
Fourth streets.
Hoyal avenue from Third street to
Wise ravine.
Cunningham Etreet from Merivale
s;treet to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Mei I vale street
to Fourth s'leet.
Dickenson street from Merivale
street, to Blaokwood street.
Blackwood strcc; from Dickenson
street to Carnarvon street.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale to
Fourth streets.
.And that said works he carried oat
In accordance with the i rovislons of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the Clty Fngineer end City
Atieesor having reported to the
Council in iu cor dance With the provision.-; of the said bylaw upon the
snld woiks j.-lvlns statements showing the amounts estimated to be
chargeable against the various Tortious oi mm! property to he benefited
hy the Enid works and other particulars and the suid renorts of the said
City En&lneer an I City Assessor having bei n adopted by the Council.
Notice is ben by given that the said
rej-orts iv.o o.cn for insi ection al
the onic-e or the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columhla street, New Westminster, B. O, and that, unless a petition
against the | roposed works above.
mentioned Blgned hr a majority o'
tho owners of land or real property
to be assessed or charged In respect
of such vorks representing at least
one. half in value thereof I3 'resented to the Council within flfteon davs
fiom the date r>f the firs! publication
of this notice the Council will procee .
wltb ih" 1 ro, o.-cd Improvements under Buch lerms nnd oondltlcni as to
the 1 a. nii'iit of the cost of such lni
movements BS the Council mav hy
bylaw In thai behalf regulate and de-
terminate and also to make Ihe eald
asnessment,
Dated this 16th day of Mav. 1912.
\V. A, DTtNCAN.
Cltv Clert:
' -t.* of flrst publication ldt'i May,
1912.
No. 1 Bacon, per lb.
Smith,s Grape Juice, per bottle
Rose's Lime Juice, per bottle
Pumpkin, 3 lb. tins
Smith's Sodas
Puro Pancake Flour
Extra Special Cream, 20 oz. tins
No. 1 Orange Marmalade, 1 lb. glass jars
18c
-     25c
55c
2 for 25c
2 for 45c
3 for 25c
4 for 25c
- 2 for 25c
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
*
Dill Pickles, per dozen
Sweet Mixed Pickles, per pint
Bulk Queen Olives, per pint
25c
20c
35c
L. L. ADAMS.
ly Stores
anui,EIIS
33 Sti* Sireet      "IHE MITE FllOf"
Anaea���Bn���aa��������na���a���an BjBMttM i -**������=~
R. G. SMITH.
Phone 2 THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
r- PAGE THRBH
*>
REINDEER HERDS
LABRADOR'S HOPE
So   Says   Dr. Wilfrid   Crenfe'.l,   Who
Lectured   In   Westminster  Last
Fall.
Al 1 those who heard Dr. Wilfrid
Grenfell lecture here last fall on his
siindiil work iti Labrador, will lead
with interest hits views of tho possibilities of the reindeer in tl.e country of his adoption, as expiessed In
tho Standard of Empire:
'While it Ecems to nie that Labrador cn be made to furnish ample nutrition* \e''etublc3 to carry her own
population���which she does not at
tue- itesent���>et. as the enormous
banks ofT her coast now mipplv a far
richer harvest of lish than the Kiime
aiea wouid over leturn In plant:;, sc
tho land was designed really for the
maintenance or the cervldae, ov deer
(hus, at a. cheaper rato than thc rap-
liMy decreasing available aregs further ifluth can raise hovldae, or thc
ox  class.
Willi the increasing   demands   for
warm (lotliitij; caused hy the modern
mit.iob   of   transport,   the    natural
eoi r. ite from which they can ho nu t
is l-.tr. ing a tax upon it which, with-
ort    ccnseryatloa,    ciinnot.     pns-lMv
keep face wltn It. Just as the buffalo
ami  lhe fur seals are goin?, so the
valuable   fur-bearing    heave.-,   otter,
foy, sable,  hear, an.l  musk  ox  must
a'l io, and become exterminated, as
has the Great Auk, unless conserva-.
tlon replaces explottauRi.   Tlie Grca'j
Auk   and   the   Labrador  cui lev.-,  like
the Labrador ditck, have already he-
come   extinct,  and   the  whales   ami
srols are    showing    that    they need
scientific   prote;tlon. -The   cod,   ��he
lol    er.    and     the     salmon   In     thc |
se.i    and rivers    very-plainiy    show.
the    inretati.e   need    of   attention*
frc.i   the   proper   Bources.     it    la'
r.o: necessary to argue now   as   to
v/hat mit, be gains I by national ex-
*��� penditure ou animal as well   as  c-a
planl culture.
While those With no prophetic sylr-
lt have  often   recommended  the de
portatlon of tho reople ftora so vast
;. tection o" North America, jast ba
can.,' they are pcor and l&norant ani
outi ��� ���'     houghtl :i  11 o '"  will  realise that tn lay wa�� te tee wildel tn i
is not God's way, and, therefore, ro
thi   ilghl way.   To take a tar-seelmj
vli   . to tne would be to look Into tir j
future and roe the boundless o.vtent
of tho   I al :��� idor  P< nin   tie   te�� nin;
with millions of reindeer; with on es j
porl  trade cf meats an'   t'.tv.'.n andj
glut   t ���'.���! ether i roducl t whi h m     '
icsalt f.om H3 scientific cultivation: '
to  ccc   Its    l<".tf.c   fui-taising   farm
where   ju-t   thosa   Invaluable   adorn
ments and protections  which  tlie  tar
nt, i bui | lies can he lojtnd.    Hut 1 he-
lice  that   In  this   anu   atone   eventually, if the mineral prod acts of cn:
Laurentlin  roc':s   are   ro'  t.i  yield
sertots as  [reclom  as-,  tl.oro which
th�� Bane fo matics ha ������ elaewhercii
pi.,--i   to   n-ftiiklu:',   lhe   <*. 7,7 ��� ncas, j'
now lightly ttigiiw! al aj '"TZl ' *n'iil
of I'i.ln," ran  yet  he  made to blos-lj
som as :: rose for thc bene31 of poa-
tetity.
To rmity tyWQ f pjj; the :;'.'.stract toil
_** "ii.e ��t.c -to tho fox fa cr!'
whk.'.i ha e grown u;> with 3',irh amaz
lajt rapidity anl on a laying br.sia
in Prince Edv,-a-d Is'.and rnd even
in Northern Maine��� Labrador, with
its natural advantapes and letter
adn- t*tion for rich dark colors, anl
Its still available natural fur re-
sou:rc3 should even now be the
srer.e of companies developing what |
Bhould he an Increasing remunerative
enterprise. I feel sure that capital
conl I le exien.cd with great advan
to��e on half a doien such fa'ms, at
sufficient distance apart to cnah'c
the stock to he le-lenlshed fnom or.e
to I'.e ether, which would avoid thc
risk which b'ceding ln and in In
volves cf their returnbr; to the common tyj e o* nny s; e:lal breed of animals or t tants.
Our own tc'ndcer experiment 1?
amplv justifjlng itself. Besides tb��
small hord sent last year to the
North-vert, end the s ner-abundnnt
slaes which have heen Ml'ed for the
hospitals, our orlplnil herd of son
litis Wvome KT.n. Wl'bln the next font
months there shoul 1 rertalnlv hoover
1200. We bave not been ab'e so ftr
to push the evie: tment north, the
funds at our disposal up to tbo present onlv enabling us to maintain one
set of hollers. But I fully believe
that no letter investment could be
mne'e for the benefit of the people
'than lo be nMe to divide, and com
meiKT. twi) other centres at once. 1
have iurt heard that a college student
wbo ls camping with the herd this
winter, nnd has been for two vcaiB
has Just left on a Journey of lt,0
miles with hls reindeer team of two
stave, taking with him another tram,
both s'ertges being la.lcn with boxes
of toys to he left at the various vil-
lapes along tho route, that they
might have tbeir Christmas festival
even ln so far-off n land; tbls Is a
tea' Santa ("laus expedition.
Tho new school which has heen
made possible by our friends has. so
1 bear, over eighty scholars at work:
and two retained teachers, who have
volunteered their services, are now
at work there. The gteat need of a
small endowment to perpetuate nnd
heln to extend this work is now nio:e
Insistent than ever.
It. will be a great stvt'sfaction to the
many Mends of Dr. 1'arrlson Webster and Dr. Hugh Greely, who vo'.-
ttntreel their services, togethe
with t"'o nurses, Mies Forbes r /
Mlss Gleason, to know tutu the lltt e
hos -it'll which has been possible
through their unselfish labor, is busily at v.or't, nnd has already bioirh'
within the reach of c.uite a number
of fishermen, who would otherwise
bave iten rna'tlo to pel any help,
the skilled attention which thev need
Tlui new I'ii.hc men's Institute wiil
bo opened on lune 1. The fO'iirl;it'��n
was laid bv means or en electrical
signal by th.e king on CO'OliR'ilon
Day, end wo I hi all our friends n
warm welcome to tho bp��H}|U( I'utK-
tlcn, which v.'e tellevo will  mar'.; a
new era ln the lives of the many
fishermen who all the year long frequent this populous seaport, standing
one half way out Into tho Atlantic between New Yoi'.t and Liverpool. I
j refer to St. John's, the capital of our
| oldest. Colony, Newfoundland,
Without the generous co-operation
of the Newfoundland morchants the
I Institute would havo, of course, been
I Impossibly; but the local interest ls
j already'a guarantee of the future of
| the new work to be done from there
j for 'those who go dowu to the sea
| in shi;,s" In   those   noi the: n waters.
JESUITS   IN   PRUSSIA
BECOME    PUBLIC
QUESTION
Be.lln, May 15.���The Jesuit, que.*
tion has sprung sti Ide nly to th;; lore
in Germany, aud now has in the
newspapers an importance almost as
great as in the. days o? Bismarck's
fatuous ami unsuccessful "ktll'ler-
kampf," or struggle against the- Ro
man Catholic church.
One of tho first acts of the new Bavarian ministry, coming into powei
in consequence oi' the vlctoty of the
Clerical Centre party in the Bavarian elections, was the issuance of a
decree modii'yins the se.erlty of enforcement of the long-standing im
idial legislation against tho Jesui1
order in Germany, and In the result
Ing controversy it was brought out
that an "interpretation" of the impe
rial law, not at all unfavorable to the
Jesuit order, had been issued in Prussia.
As it is the   d ity of the   emveroi
and his  responsible   representatives
the imperial chancellor,  who Is also
as it haptens, prime minister in Prussia, to watch   a;;a!nst    infract ions of
imperial laws, the opposition   papers
bave made much of Chancellor   Von
Bethmann-Hollweg's      embarrassing.
dual  role, and theie Is no doubt that j
the  question  which  arise   after  tho
emperor's departure  for Corfu, fo m-i
el   a  most   important   i art   of  the
ehancellor's   deliberations   with   his;
majesty  during  hla   taster  visit   to
.OlTU.
/
Trillion-Dollar Expend ;tu-e.
Winnipeg, Mann., Mav is.���A. ?.
Dawson, c1 let engineer of the depa't-
tpent of natural resourced, Canadian
Pacific I,'nilway Company, has announced thai contracts have been Ie'.
ror a million dol'ars worth of v.-oik.
in the irrigation blodk. Thh work
lne Hides a concrete aiueduct to cost
ball a million dollars. Other eon-
crete structures will dost $300-000.
Not lets than thirty steel bridges
will he erected at a cost of (100000.
The new works will Irrigate one bundled thousand acres.
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| Fire recently threatened the retail district in Vancouver.    Tart of ths Clothing saved  from  the  disaster has
I been removed to the CORNER OF SIXTH AND COLUMBIA STREETS and will be sold with a fine stock
it,
of Men's Weir, begiiuyng THURSDAY, which shouM be a great bensfit to the wage earners of the city, as
|'k it will give them an opportunity to economize on iheir WoTk and Dress Apparel.
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Rates and Terms.
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28 Lorne Street New Westminster, B. C.
W. R. OILLEY, Phono 122. G. E. QILLEY, Phone 2rfi.
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CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE. CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
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OYSTERS
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We can meet every individual requirement in Men's
Summer Underwear���and requirements greatly differ. We have every good sort of underwear for
every purpose.
Medium Weights
in Natural Wool, Merino or fine Cashmere in Penman's or Jaeger's pure wools.
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 a Garment
Lighter Weights
For warm weather we have Lisle, Balbriggan, Silk
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 up to $3.00 a garment
Then there is the popular Athletic Underwear, of
Nainsook, Linen, and Lisle, short sleeves and short
drawers.   50c and 75c a Garment.
We Fit the Short Man, the Tall Man or the Extra Large Man
as easily as we Fit the man cf normal build.
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Reid & McDonald
The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street. Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers MOB JTHTK
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Published   every m morning   except
'Sunday by The liatidnal Printing and
PafeUaUng Co., Ltd.,  at their office,
%3  McKenzie  Street,   New   Westminster. B. C.
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SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
By carrier $4 rer year, $1 for three
���months, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 per year, or 25c per
month.
Westminster Weekly News $1 per
���year.
FIRE    LOSSES.
Westminster has a serious disaster
to regret ln the burning of part of
the Royal City .Mills with an appioxt-
mate financial loss of $(10,000, A
more sei ious loss still is that of employ mont to about 30Q men working
in tho mill. li is hoped that this
���will be only tem] orary nnd that work
���will ho toun 1 for many of the men in
.any scheme of rebuilding that may be
aindorluktu.
It is a common ide.i with the man
in the strcei that a loss which is covered hy insuiahce Is' no loss at all.
This is u fallacy. Tlie only difference i�� that instead of being localized as much as possible arid hearing heavily in one quarter at one
time, tho loss is distributed over tho
whole community ��� and a number of
years. Nothing, however, can aller
the fact that so much of ahe product
of man's labor, and so much mate-
vial has been lost to mankind. The
way that loss affects each individual
in this instance is in the excess
price; lie pays far his lumber over
that which he would pny if the mill
*lid not have to carry insurance. The
payment of insurance iat.es is simply that distributing of the loss over
a number of years and a number of
persons,  of  which  we  have spoken.
Another feature of Tuesday's flro
is the dramatic way in which it demonstrated the danger of having a saw
mill so close to the heart of the business section of the town. The need
of a fire tug was also clearly brought
out. by the efficient service rendered
by the Senator Jansen. This, however, is an expensive item and it is
natural for the city fathers to pause
before incurring sueh an expense,
The matter, however, is ripe for consideration.
Tho orderly' behavior of the public
���at the Royal City Mills* tire was very
-creditable. The police are to be commended for keeping tlle immediate
surroundings or the blaze free from
the cioacIs and thus allowing the firemen to carry oa their worl'. uuham-
Dered.
of fact, it takes less time to make a
rainfall farmer over into an arid region fanner than it does to grow 1,-
500-pound steers and prepare them
for market.
The fact is that within the past
few years the soil problems and crop
problems of districts with deficient
moisture havo received an unusual
amount of attention. Practical ex-
pei lence has heen combined with
technical knowledge; the result is
that many of the situations which defeated and drove back the pioneers in
dry farming, out where the Santa Fe
bieaks into the semi-arid region.
lia\e meanwhile boen conquered once
for all. Conserving the moisture has
taken two forms���one of drawing it
fiom the atmosphere and the other of
draining II from the subsoil, in addition to using to best advantage tha
moisture actually in the soil. These
dry farming communities are more
compact, and generally more intelligent than where rainfall Is depended
on to make crops. Their progress is
rapid and more secure.
The Interest of bankers generally is
centering on the work of the international Ury Farming Congress, and
thero will be large delegations in attendance upon the conventions at
Lelhbridge, Alberta, Oct. 21-211, to
study the wavs that promise to
"stretch the coil" and i educe the C03I
of living.
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The only Baking Powder made
from Royal GrapeCream ofTdrtar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
RAILROADS LOSE FOUR
YEARS LEGAL BATTLE
A Youthful Attempt.
The following poem is by cne of
YVestminB'.er's school children, a little P'll of only thirteen summers. No
nre ig a poet, or even a ;oetess, right
away, but these verses coming fiom
<nne so young, should be of Interest
Ho the people ..of Westminster, especially to those who themselves have
daughters too:
IN   ME.UOUIAM.
Twss a cheerful, happy morn,
And the robin sang in the tree,
When  wilh   gladness  antl  mirth,  bedecked.
The Titanic steered for the ssa.
Not a word O" thought of danger
E'er entered the traveler's mind.
As    he   stocd   oa    the    trim,   white
decks      '* .   ���
And waved Id..'pe^e  left behind.
Oh, for a word of warning   or fear,
��Or prophet great who could tell
��Of   the   dangers   a>valt!n;   the   voy-
ageuis,
tf)t  the   waves  that    would   be  their
knell!
' "Twas evening and all was still;
Soon would the ship be In dock,
When, through that  evening culm,
i'ame a lending,���a terrible shod: !
In an Instant the captain was up;
"The   passengers   roused   from    their
bed-
After anxious moments had passed���
"Sbe is sinking fast by the hond!"
The  lifeboats quickly   are   launched
In the cold and Ice-strewn hou,
And man;,  n facg .was blanched
At the thought of the world to he.
Uich merchants and poorer alike
'Clave way to llie weaker sex,
'Till  all  the  lifeboats   were  launched,
And mon only stood on the decks.
if there be crowns for all heroes,
In the better world io wear,
The   crowns    of    the    crew    of   the
Titanic
Will shine us bright as any there.
When  the  waves   roll   back  forever,
When God shall come to save,
The dead of the great Titanic
yhaD be lifted from the grave.
Tho broken heart shall be healed,
Ocean dangers forever gone���
The heroic crew of the Titanic
.Shall be saved and crowned with the
dawn,
VICTORIA NOTES.
Direct Steamship Service With Tacoma���$20,000 for Hospital.
Vicroila, May 15.���For the first
time ln thirteen years the steamship
service between Victoria and Tacoma
via Seattle will be resumed tomorrow
moi ning when the Irocpiois takes a
large party to the Sound port. There
has never been a direct servlee since
the City of Kingston was sun'c in a
collision with tjie Ood .veil liner
Clenoglo.
Twenty thousand dollars were collected today as the result of a first
day's campaign for funds for the new
Royal Jubilee hospital. The present
buildings are 30 years old, and have
only 00 beds, ar.d the accommodation
is far behind time-.
HOW   TO   WASTE   MONEY
AND   WHERE   TO SAVE   IT
I'r.der the-above heading there appears a very interesting article in a
recent numher of T. P.'s Weekly.
The best way to waste money, It is
suggested is to keep it in the
pocket. Then, whenever one sees a
thing whi :b he fancies he would like
he can buy it at oice; otherwise, he
may forget it, or. having had time to
thin'; It over, conclude that he car.
get along without it.
With the money in one's pocket wc
art always realy to receive the
genius with:
"The talk that will make a man think
that, he needs
The thing that he doesn't:   tho talk
that breeds
So subtly tho fear that he'll count for
nought
In the swim till that ur-to-date frill j
he's bought."
Fome UEetv.l suggestions ave also
j made as to how money may be saved
I the chief of whic'i is to he systematic
in the expenditure of It, to make a
careful estimate under such headings
ns household expenditures, food, rent,
fuel, clothes, ei?., not fbrgettlnp
re me thing for "The Rainy Day." \nd
for this ^urrose the, writer would, no
dou! t, ha l be been writing fcr the
eyes of Canadians only, have recommended the Canadian Government
Annuities System as giving the largest possible return with the best possible security. By Investing a fraction of your income In this waw you
may. whether you be man or woman,
Insure an old nee of freedom from
wait or dependence. As'; your postmaster lor literature on the subject,
or write to the Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa, who will tell you all
you wish to know about the system,
and how you should proceed to make
the provision suggested.
APPLY   TO    INCREASE
MINIMUM   CARLOADS
Seattle, May 15.���Through the approximate affirmation of the 1907 assessment of King county against the
Northern Pacific and Great Northern
mil ways, by the United States circuit
court of appeals, the railroads are
worsted In a legal battle which has
continued over the past four years,
and will be called upon to pay a total
lax of $23,202.71, of wliich $811,000 Is
Inteiest at the rate of 15 rer cent, per
annum. The roads could have settled
for $115,000 in May, 1908.
When Thomas A. Parish, then assessor, raised tlie assessments of
stieet and-Interurban railways on the
tax list of 1907, he recommended to
ihe county board of equalisation that
the Great Northern and the Northern
Pacific be raised 100 per cent, to line
up with the electric lines. The county
board raised the assessments 7,"i jer
cent., and both railroads took tho
matter into the federal eou:t.
Judge C. H, Hanford, who heard the
cases, cut down the Northern Pacific
assessment from $10$,236 to $60,706,
and ihe Great Northern from $39,390
to $21,8:13.
King county took nn appeal to the
United States circuit court of appeals, and Deputy Frosecutlng At tor-
ney Robert H. Evans made the arguments for the county, at San Francisco seveial weeks ago.
The appeal court cut $3500 'rom
the Northern Pacific tax for franchise,
making its tax to be paid $102,73(5.11,
and cut $2(125 from the Great Northern tax, making the tax to he paid
$:it;.7765.59. To each of these totals
is to be added 15 per cent, delinquency penalty, making $01,041 for the
Northern Pacific and $22,059.35 for
the Great Northern, to be added to
the totals allowed by the federal court
of appeal.!.
IjSllll
v. U KERR, Manager,
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In two reels, a Cycl-nic Presentation cf War, Tremendously Sensational Scenes.
THUR8DAY, MAY 16, 1912.        '"
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BIG FIRE AT ROYAL CITY ILLS
YOU   may be  next.    Insure   AT ONCE in  good
strong, old companies, such as:
ROYAL  EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENG.
PALATINE INSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENG.
ROCHESTER  GERMAN  FIRE.       AMERICAN  UNION FIRE.
OCCIDENTAL FIRE.
REPRESENTED  BY
Motherwell & Darling
Phone 591 744 Columbia Street
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE liEOROE"      S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT"
to Prince Rupert Thursday*,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Chai lotto Island points.
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Cranby
Bav  and  Stewart.
Sunset Blue Print Co., LM
Rooms 24 and 25 Westminster Trust  Block.    Phone 711.
Blue and White Printing, Drafting
MUNICIPALITY, CITY AND DISTRICT MAPS ALWAYS
UP-TO-DATE
5��
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
S.s. "PRINCE albert lo Prince Rupert and principal way ports.
Sailings 3rd, 13th nnd 2::rd monthly.
Grand Trunk Paciflc Railway connects at Prince Rupert for East
with ahove boats.
. Rail Tickets to All Points. General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines.
H. G. SMITH, C. P. A T. A. W. B. DUPEROW, G. A. P. D.
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===   LUMBER  CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phonee No. 7 end 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
Winnipeg, Man
nad lan railwa-s
railway commissi
mum  carload  we
Increase to run fi
per cent, depend!
classes, 1, 2 and
from 80,000 lo 24
4. r> and 6, from
000 pounds, and
10 from 30,000 to
May IS.���The Ca-
liave applied to the
on to have the mini-
Ights increased, the
oni lif> per cent to 83
ng on the class. On
II, the increase to he
,000 pounds: classes,
24,000 pounds to 20,-
on classes 7. 8 and
I'.fi,DOO pounds.
SUCCESS   OF    DRY    FARMING.
Results in Atchison Arid Regions
Show Farmers Utilize New Ideas.
Now Vork May 15.���About a year
��� igo E P, Ripley, president of the
.Santa. Pe, said thai in order to make
-dry farming a success, the wesl
would liave to raise up a new kind of
farmer. When he spoke thus he had
probably had In mind something like
the length uf a generation, says tbe
Wall Sireet Journal, but as n matter
Af] Broken Long Ago.
A Lakewood lndy paid a call on an
east Cleveland woman the otber day.
After all tbe mean compliments bad
been paid tbe Lakewood lndy remarked, "1 bare some lovely cbina tbat belonged to my ancestors."
"How nice," answered tbe other. "I
hayen't a bit"
"Isn't tbat too bod? Tou know, we
are on old family, and"���
"Tou see, my ancestors all kept servants."
There wasn't any answer to the reply and Its Implication. ��� Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
Procrastination.
"One of the greatest evils In life,"
said tbe elderly woman, "la procrastination."
"I tblnk so, too,'* replied tbe young
married woman. "1 don't nee tbe
sense of pnttlng off yonr golden wedding anniversary till yoa are sixty or
seventy yeara old."
Early English.
Bachelor���1 confess 1 can't understand wbat your baby's saying. Benedick���It Is a queer language. Isn't UT
Bachelor���Yes; sort ot early English.���
London Answers.
Here's Something
That's Safe,
Cheap and
Good
K��l
THAT
MAN
KERR"
PILES CURED  IN  6 TO  14  DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO  OINTMENT falls to enrn any
ease of  Itching,  Blind.    Bleeding    or
Protruding Tiles In G to 14 days. 50c.
Large eight roomed thoroughly modern house with flre place,
furnace, basement, etc. Will
pent for $35 per month. Lot CG
by 132 feet, facing on Royal
avenue an.l Alice street. Adjoining lots held in the neighborhood of $8000 to $3600 each.
Price complete lor Immediate
sale, house and lot only $3600,
with terms to arrange.
Cood three roomed (hack on
lot 60x136 feet. Lot Is denied
wiih lane at rear. One block
to Sixth street car line Bltuated
on Kighth avenue, Burnaby,
Price complete Jiiioo. Terma
$200 cash ami tho balance only
$25 per month.
Pine cleared lot In wost end
near Eighteenth sireet, with
lano at. rear. Sl/e 60 by 132
feet. Price only $1100. Terms,
$200 cash, and the balance In
ti, 12 and 18 months.
Two line residential lots facing on Fifth street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Slzo
66 by 140',i feet. Thoroughly
cleared, cornering on lano; also
lane at rear, one block to tho
car. These lots are situated In
the heart nf the resident nil part
of the city and are cheap at
$2060. With tenns Of oiie-quar-
ter cash apd lhe balance 6, 12
and IH mouths.
FINE BUSINESS LOT.
Good lol on Sixth Btreel between Sixth and Fifth avinue.
Size B3 by 90 feel with lune at
rear. Thoroughly cleared and
leveled. Price $2000. Terms
one-third cash an.l the balance
In 8, 12 and Ks mouths.
Look them over. Read every one of them
carefully. There's big money in all of them.
You just can't go wrong. I wouldn't be afraid
to say that the man who purchases NOW any
one of these snaps that I have selected for him
on this page, will double, if not triple, his money within the next year.   It's nature.
New Westminster has the best future of all of
them. I don't believe I know of another little
city in Canada that compai es with it. Everything is on the go. Business is fine. Everyone
is making money.
Remember, now is the time to buy and if you
want to get in on th's you must do more than
merely think abor t it. You must decide and
then call at my office as soon as you can; Right
Now; Today; and permit me to take you out
and show you the property.
Double Corner
Double corner cornering on Kighth avenue and Sixteenth street, practically c'eaied with lane at rear. Mapnifleont view, close to the new I). C.
K. cut-off. Price $2000. Terms, one-i uarter cash an:l the balance In li, 12,
11 and 21 months.
G14 Columbia Streat
Nsw Westminster,
Excellent apartment house site,
facing on car Hue. Magnificent
view of Fraser river. Only a
shoit walk from the post office.
There are three lots, each 66
feet by 132 feet. They are situated on the corner of Dufferin
Alice street and Hoyal avenue,
liaving a frontage of 11)8 feet
on Royal a cnue 1*2 feet ou
Dufferin and 198 feet on Alice
street. Thoroughly cleared,
with large eighty roomed house,
modern, with full sized basement, furnace, lire lilacc, etc.
Tliere aie abo   about    80    full
bearing frull trees on the place.
Price ror Immediate sale $10,-
000.   Tc rms $3000 cash, balance
to arrange,
Fine EC\on roomed house
thoroughly modern wilh full
sized eemenl basement, cement
floor, laundry tubs, furnace, flre
place, etc. Itooms all finished
with the besi of material!.
Leatherette panelling in dining icom, leaded gla-s windows,
Ik,lined ceiling, etc. Itooms all
large. Magnltlcent view. Lot
40 b.v I'll) feet, facing on tao
eireets, clote to car lino. Price
$4600. Terms $1000 cash and
the balance over three years.
Kew thoroughly modem six
roomed house with finnaw?,
basement, panelled walls, den,
etc.   situated on Regina near
Pneond street. Lot r>2 by 132
feet wilh lune at lear. Price
$4000, $1000 cash and the balance easy.
Cool five roomed house, moduli, close In, near Third avonin
unci Tenth street, l.oi 24 by SU
feet, Cood view. Price $1000.
Terms, $200 cash, balance very
easy. I    . ICPI  UCICJt
THUR8DAY, MAY 16, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
- - "Paqr nvi
SPORTS^
BASEBALL LEAGUE
READY EOR SEASON
Fou-
Clubs to  Play���Strict Rules for
Punctuality���Numbers in Team
Unlimited.
>.. At (he meeting; of representatives
of the City Basehall league held last
nijil:t lt was decided to have tlle
games played in the evening, all the
games to be called at (!:30, ,and in
case a team Is not on the field and
ready to play at that time it will he
fined one run for each an.l every flve
minute, that it. ls late. This drastic
measuie was adopted following the
decision to play the games In the
evening und to allow of a full nine
inning game.
Enrolment of players was discussed at sonic Ipngth and It was decided
not to limit the number, bul each and
every player must be a bona title resident of the city, and after June 1 a
fourteen day rule will bo enforced
during which time an additional
"player cannot play, lt was also decided tliat there must he no transferring of players throughout the season from one club to another. A list
of the players signed must be handed
in as soon as possible.
The meeting was well attended and
every proposal was discussed at
length. Kvery one was anxious to
get something done ln order to get
the season started at once, and announcement of tbe tlrst game will be
made In a few days. There will be
four teams in the league���Balmorals,
Moose, Maple Leafs and Fraser Mills;
the Y. iM. C. A. will not be able to
.get a satisfactory team owing to
many of the best players being already with other teams. There is
every promise of a most successful
season.
Thc iiuesiioii of the use of the Wilson ball came up and the matter was
r!eft to the executive, although it was
the opinion of the meeting that that
ball be used as it Is of home manu-
lecture.
The following officers were elcctei:
lionoiaiy piesident. Mayor Lee; president, Allied Turner; fiist vice-president, Ur. Cars well; secon! vice-president, Sidney Malcolmson; secretary-
treasurer, H. A. Wilson; delegates of
���each club, Balmorals, K. F. Ball;
Moose, Mr. Graham; and those of the
Maple Leaf and Fraser Mid clubs to
"be elected later.
Those who attended the meeting
weie as follows: P. W. Lure, W.
Maiden, W. K. Sinclair, K. F. Ball,
Balmorals; W. F. Graham, Hirst. A.
Sinclair, Moose; and II. A. Wilson, G.
S. Corbett, Dignarn, Lllia Turner. A.
���O. Beattie, Harry Munn, unattached,
and Air. Sovereign, of the V. M. G. A.
Mr. Lace acted as dial: man of the
meeting.
FROM LACROSSE
TO BOXING GAME
How C. E. Huek Picked  Up  BHIy Allen���Steadily   Training   for   Bassano    Fight.
KEEN    LACROSSE    RIVALRY.
Sapperton Plays East Burnaby���Will
Be  Close  Game.
The appioaching game between
the Sapperton and tho Kast Burnaby
teams in the clly laoosse league Is-
exciting no little attention. Accord
ing to the leading dojesters in the
city, the game on Thursday evening
���will be the best ever In the annals of
the league, so intent are tbe teams
to settle for the time being the question of superiority. Sapperton were
the champions of the league last season and are making the proud boast
they will rer.eat the trick again this
year.
When seen yesterday Manager
George Leaf of the Eaat Burnaby;
ltes, stated he had about the best
bunch of stick-handlers that a mana*
ger in a league of this kind might
wish for. "it wlll be a great surprise to me," said George, "lf we lose
the orening game, Indeed nothing
ehort of an earthquake can shake our
faith as to the outcome."
Th* manager of the Sappertoa aggregation la equally as confident, so
lt is up to the fans to Judge for themselves. The Sapperton team: R. Coulson, goal; K. Belly, point; W. Follls,
cover; J. McDonald, flrst defence: G.
Atkinson, second defence; .T. House,
third defence; W. Sclater, centre; L.
Nelson, third home; H. Sclater. sec
ond home; J, Chamberlain, flrst
home: B. Johnston, outside home;
A. Follls, Inside home.
Buinaby team will be choEcn from
tho following: E* I^ewls, W. Lewis,
W. .Martin. T. Breen, Coorg�� Atkinson, D, Fearn, F. Salt, <!. Kellle, Irwin Kellle, B. Feedham. II. J. Archibald, .1. Mcintosh, W. Dawe, James
Ferguson.
APPOINT   OFFICERS.
Calgary, May 15.���Billy Allen, last
week, took out several boxers In the
east for several lountls <���ach io associate him in his training for the
coming contest with Joe Bayley at
Bassano.
C. E. Huek. Allen's manager, Is confident that Billy shows up better at
the present, time than he has during
the past year. In fact, he states that
illen is leellng about the same as he
did when he met Abe Attel at Syracuse ancl gave the Jewish champion
the hardest battle he has cxpeii-
enced jn late years. Buck, as manager for Allen ever since Billy left the
lacrosse field to enter the fistic game,
believes at the present time that Allen Is on the verge of his most successful season.
The Btory of how Unci; was influenced to ta'ce an Interest In Allen
will be interesting at the present
time. Allen was at one time one of
the fastest lacrosie play ets In the
league in which OMawa figured. Several times he (Mei layed his pugilistic
abilities on the field while playing
wilh Ottawa against Almonte, Arn-
prior an l other towns on the circuit.
Finally he decided to enter a few
bouts at Syracuse, and it was tben
that Allen dIwro\e'ed he could box.
One day at the station in Ottawa,
Huek, who was connected with the
Syracuse Sporting Club, met Allen,
nd a conversation took place between them. Huek told Allen that
he had watched him box at Syracuse
and believe l if he had a proper manager he would turn out to be a champion. Allen liked the idea, and right.
there asked Huek if he would not
manage him. Huek considered the
proposition for a few weeks, and finally took the Ottawa boy into his
care and they have stuck together
ever since.
Hack will accompany Allen to Bassano. together with other Allen backers. He will ot/en his training in the
wesl at Calgary, while Bayley is at
Bassano, then Bayley will come to
Calgary and Allen will replace him
In the south.
COLUMBIA    STREET
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
'THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our repiesentative call
explain what inake3 this possible.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
and
Two sto:les with four rooms and square hull on ground floor and
three bedrooms and separate bath room and toilet upstairs; cement
cellar, furnace, etc.
This house has hardwood floors on the ground-floor, and Is very
prettily decorated. There Is a grate ln the sitting room and elecfiic
light flxtuies downstairs.
The lot has fifty feet frontage with a sixteen foot lane in the
rear.   Price J&000.   Term3, $1700 cash, balance arranged.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
ALL IN SHAPE
FOR LIRST GAME
* ���
* BASEBALL. ���
* *
Northwestern League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Victoria It!    11 .r>92
Vancouver   1">    11 ,517
Portland    lii    14 .",17
Tacoma U    M VT8T
Srokane 12    1* *fi2
Seattle    12    16 .428
Yesterday's (lames.
At Portland-                         IL H.E.
Seattle   3 8    0
Portlant    2 10   2
At Seattle��� R. H. E.
Spokane 10 1%.  1
Tacoma 8   7
At Victoria��� R. H. E.
Victoria 2   5
Vancouver 0   8   4
Coast League.
At Sacramento��� R.H.E.
Los Angeles 5 12   0
Sacramento   0    10
At San Francisco��� R. H. E.
Oakland  3   6   0
San Francisco 1   6   2
At Los Angeles��� R. H. E.
-Vernon 1   7   4
Portland 14 18   2
National League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York
Cincinnati
Chicago ..
Pittsburg
18
18
12
9
Boston  9
Brooklyn     7
Philadelphia     7
St. Louis   0
4
5
12
12
14
14
13
IC
.810
.783
.600
.427
.S$W
.350
. 350 \
.360
B. C. L. A. Makes Final Arrangements
���Harmonious  Meeting���Commissioners "Whole Cheese."
The final arrangements for the
opening Championship lacrosse game
between the Vancouver Minto cup
holders and the Salmon Bellies, the
ex-champions, were made at a meeting of the B. C. L. A. held ln Van-
coj.er last evening. It was conceded
by all present to he the most harmonious meeting he'.d f_n a number of
yeais hetween the delecctes cf the
two eii ies. Judging from the remarks
passed, the game on the coast is due
lor a  revival never before kno.vn.
Manager Gray started the ball :oll-
lng by picinising a Stepson to Matt
Barr in event of the locals losing the
fli st game, in fact he feels so sure of
his team's prospects that he would
have raised the ante to a BUit of
clothes if necessary. Following a readjustment of the piesent constitution of the league, the names of Dr.
Doherty and Mr. Harry Senkler were
placed In nomination for the positions
of commissioners representing the
mainland. Carried without a disant-j
ing vote. It is now up to these two
gentlemen to name a thirl member
of the commission, i robub'iy a Victoria man. which will be made either
today or Friday.
No names will be presented to the
commission by the association as suggesting referees competent to handle
the games. This body is to have a
free_ hand ,1a thlg .'���"IW1'-''""1- Tbe*4
are "Invested ,\��lth ��owers_ strong
enough to assure the hiost pesslmls-'
tic fan that tbe games will be run
above board. The day has gone by
when Con .Ione3 or the local manage;-
could be seen in a heated argument
on the field respecting some decision
by lhe referee, which they might
think was unfair. This will be the
first commission named to govern the
game In any league throughout the
wheie of the Dominion an.l its outcome, which is practically assuicd Of
success, will be watched with great
interest no doubt by the other two
associations, the N. L. V. and the Big
Four. The rereree of auy of the big
games will receive $50 a ��,ame for hi3
services.
Permission was granted to a moving picture company wliich send3 its
films to all parts or the world, to
take pictures of the two teams and
different points of the, play at the
openlns pame. The sale of season
tickets to the home games will begin
within the next few days, definite announcement, to be made later.
In an interview with Con Jones
last evening, he said: "Lacrosse in
this section of the country during thc
coming season will be the greatest
ever. I have secured the best players
obtainable from the East and with
the Westminster line-up practically
complete, the fans can now judge for
themselves the calibre of the respective teams. This commission idea,
tun on the same lines as the National
baseball commission, will give a great
impetus to the game. The commissioners will be the whole cheese. Yes,
you can take it from me, the games
this season will be hair raisers compared with the past."
BRUSH UP !
Everybody needs at least ONE
variety, prices from 20c to 75c.
good   Whisk.     Here   are a great
WHISKS
with solid ebony handles,
with braided straw handles.
with wire wound handles,
with nickel silver handles.
I
PVAI   I      DRUGGIST  and
ff* ��� r\LL   OPTICIAN
WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
'PHONE 57
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Trading
Company an.l will continue the business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster  and   Crescent  Valley,   B.  C.
B
Live
C. Cricket Association   Is   a
Body.
The following gentlemen havo been
appointed officers of the British Columbian C: icket Association, and
have kindly promised to give lt
their hearty support: Patrons���His
Hon. the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, Hon.* Premier McBride
and Sir Charles tllbbert Tupper, K.C.
Honorary Pi esldentB���Messrs. .1.
Ronald, presl .'ent. of Burrard C. C.J
A. M. Crichton, president of Kelowna C< C.;G. D, Brymner, president
���of New Westminster C. 0.5 F.
Hourne. president of Revelstoke C.
<:.; Capt. Foulk���3 of the Garrison
C, C.
President���Hon. W. \V. Foster,
Deputy iMInleter of Public Works.
Vice-President ��� Mr. L. Avory
White, captain of Now Westminster
<:. c.
Hon. Secretary-Treasurer���Mr. It.
Foster Brett, 103!) Pundo:a avenue,
Victoria,
The association wiil rend a team
to ilay In the Intcr-provlnclal Tournament held this year in Calgary, In
August, and everv club shoul.1 do Its
best to support this Institution.
Yesterday's Games.
At Pittsburg��� R. H. E.
New York     4    9    2
Pittsburg   3   7   3
Batte:ies: Ames and Meyers; Cam-
nitz an 1 Kelly,
At St. Louis��� R.H.E
Brooklyn      1    4    2
St.  Louis    10 15   0
Batteiles: Stack. Schardt and
Phelps:  Willis and Wlngo.
At Cincinnati  (11 ins.)���     R.H.E.
Boston  3 12   0
Cincinnati   4 10   0
Hatterles: Brown and Kling; Keefe.
Humphreys and McLean, Clark.
At Chicago ��� Chicago-Philadelphia
game postponed; rain.
American League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago   21 6 .778
Boston   16 8 .664
Detroit    14 13 .518
Philadelphia 11 11 -500
Washington   11 13 .468
Cleveland 10 12 .455
New York     6 15 .285
St. Louts     6 17 .261
Yesterday's Games.
At Boston��� R. H. H
St. LouIb   1   5   0
Pxiston    2   8   0
Batteries: Pelty and Stephens;
Woo"! and Nunamnker.
At New York��� R. H. S.
Detroit    4 12   2
New York  4   9   2
Batteries: V ll'ett and Stanago;
Wai hon. ro'1' and Williams.
At Philadelphia��� R.H.E.
(hi -aro    fl   6   3
Pbliblephla   ���/.. 8 13   2
Batteiles: Lanre, Peters, Mog-
rld.ee and Kuhn; KrouBe, Plank and
I-app.
B.v kind permission of Lieutenant
Colonel R. G. Edwards Leckle and
officers,
Grand Military
CONCERT
By the famous band of the
72nd. Seaforth Highlanders
at the
Westminster Opera House
on
FRI., MAY 17, at 8.30 p. m.
Under the direction of Mr. Henry
Slatter (late of Grenadier Guards
band. England), assisted by the Regimental Pipers under the direction of
Pipe' Major Gillis (late of the Scots
Guards); Mrs. Eddy, soprano; Mr. E.
Reynolds, baritone; Mlss Jeanette
Peele, accompanist. Tickets on sale
at Montelius Piano House.
-(Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
WHITE ROCK sub-won
. . t , ,, ,
We are placing a limited number of choice acre blocks on the
market at White Rock. Get In ud secure one now. 'Why1! Because Vt ts the finest bathing bfbcb ttt B. C. and is only abont one
hour's run from Yancouver by <3. N. R. In the near future you will
not be able to touch this at the prices we are ottering It tot now, as
there are great developments going on.
REMEMBER THESE ARE NOTJS3 FOOT LOTS; THE SMALLEST
LOT CONTAIN8 95-100 OF AN  AgHtr.""
FOR PRICE AND TERMS SEE
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
New Westminster, B.C. Phone 680
MANPEVILLE
APARTMENT HOUSE
12th Street and 6th Avenue
STEAM HEATED        ELECTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRIST, Agents
Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
$100 In Gold For a Name $100
\    Names Are Pouring in��� Get in Your Guess
We need a name for our sui orb new subdivision at Highland Park. As soon as a name ls secured sixteen acres of choicest land, subdivided Into attractive lots, will be offered at atttactive prices and easy terras.   We must havo a good name.
Your best plan ls to seek inspiration by visiting the srot. Take the car to Highland Park. Then take the sidewalk eastward and three
mrnutes' walk will take you to the Paciflc highway, runnlnir between Vancouver and New Westminster. The property lies immediately beyond
Mr. Hatt-Cook's triangular piece of land, and is bordered by Murchie and Dalhousie roads,   lt is handy to water mains and electric light.
PARTICULARS OF THE CONTEST
Select the moBt beautiful, striking, or suggestive name that comes to your mind, write it clearly on a piece of paPer, sign yonr name anl
address, address lt to the Investor's Investment Co., Box 777, New Westminster, and mark "Highland Park Contest" In one corner. Only one
gness will bo allowed you, and you send no money. Your names will be kept secret except to the one In charge of the contest���and next Saturday night a selection will be made by a reputable committee or citizens, who wlll not know the name ot tho winner till after the eduction
has been made.   Contest closes at noon on Saturday, May 18, so get busy and think.
Investors' Investment Co.
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
OVER CURTIS' DRUG STORE.
TELEPHONE 295.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
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CORNER SIXTH AND COLUMBIA STREETS, OPPOSITE- POST OFFICE
Come with tiie crowds.   $35,000.00 worth of high class Clothing, Furnishings, Mats a��ici Slioes
to he almost gfivera away-
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35c, 50c Suspenders
Including President make
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Overcoats from
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Soft or Stiff, from
Men's Shirts from m
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LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
in the
.ot 0:
 ' sesftt i i 1 i
Famine Suffersrs Learn to Smile.
The following is a description ot
wc.it such as is now' being carrh d on
by tiie Central CLlu.i Famine ROliel
Committee: Our methods of reliel
are simple if primitive, We registered tii ea thousand families and gav<
each a licet. To have registered
more woold ha e been Impracticable,
as these families occupy sixty squa.i
miles. HCoveorer, the fundB at our
dis;o:-al are wholly Inadequate���just
allowing t-iese families a mere ptt-
Thoy corny in sections an I
g< I an allowance cf rice and bcin-
cake, and so quickly "nave ov: C bi-
nc:;e helpers boen t> ���..���::;- ���-��� i thai they
sum no.v giv-e 01: supplies (or twenty
tfiounmd i:io::he  iu nine hours.
Tl:e glim s;clc is  {'ast, and the hu
m  ��� oi s  ��� a s  up.    V it'i  t .io   str ������':<
I cf the pen a   Chinese tliree  bncofhi
��� fl c .   and In  hope Of aa e .tra a'.loff-
I ance, the  vain   t:i:-"i  is  resorted
, Grcu^ Two <2i. i\dw West-   with the plausible atory on detecti n.
minster  D.'ntrict. j thu: the t: h-'-stcr's cbiic! did it  in hU
rife of in^ereaeible Title to   absence.   Those ways
ctonerty  will  be Usue.-l    to.aro   lc0  truis, aient.
l?e l.ot 4 of Lot 9, Block
Ciiy of New Westminster: .
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-;
tiflcate   of  Title   Number   10432A,  issued    ia  the    name    oi  Chii3topher
Brown, has besn filed  in this office.
Nctke is hc;eby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the dale of the Qrst publication hers-
of, in a daily ftewspaper published in
tlie ('itv of N'ew Westminster, Is3ue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate, uu- tance
less in the meantime valid objection
bo mede t:i me in writing.
C. k KKITH.
District Registrar of Titles;
Land    Registry Office, Ne .v    \Yest-
mlnster, I-;. C, May li,  1912.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
LAND  REQISTiTY
A re-ti
Lh-* ai.o  ���   ro.ertv  will  be liaaed    tolaro   lc0  t"iIl3lB1?"t-      "'>   return    foi
Alexander CruickKhank    on  tbe    20th ' r J(ni    thc   t*ovH*    <(it:h    th��Sr    tattda.
day or .lime. 1<j12, unless in the mean-I Ti,fse   IroacUSs   uie     about   two   leet
Ume  a   valid    objection    thereto    \y*\ *��� 'in' Wl-  aeen, ami will later on,
made to me in writing by a person o.;''��  < on n ecled  wltl the main  liners of
, poreonB claiming an estate or interest  ' ani (
1 therein, or in any pan  thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
Weotminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. B. It. Co. Btatlon for
Vancouver at 5:00, 5:4f> and
fi:4i> a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. hah" hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leavo
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:��o,
8:00, 8:HO, 9:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service pre-
vailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���("ars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at T:l'o, 11:20, 12:20 and
15 "0.
Burnaby Branch.���Cars leavo
B .C. K. U. Co. station for Vancouver at 6:45, 6:46 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until io p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:(ill a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter,
Freight Service.��� Leave Xew
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu      Island      Eranch (To
Vancouver via Eburne)��� Cars
leave If. ('. B. R, Co, station al
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
'until  ll:"tt p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at 8:(id a.m. Regular
we*1!; day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave N'ew
Westminster for Van. at  10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch.��� Carl
leave I'.. ('. E, II. I'o. station
fcr Chilliwack and way polnta
at 0:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10, For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:06 p.m.
E-RITKK COLUMBIA FIFCTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
District Registrar of Titles.
Lend Registry Office, New Westmln-
er, li. C. May 13, 1912,
Tiie ]j:^on or i erson? having In
Mir-ir eustodv ov pcsi-nssion the following Title feeds relating ta the aai:l
pioperty are requestei to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. 8th July, 1004. from
the British .Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot (!5. Group Two
(2), New Westminster Distiict.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Applicant.
trenches has been dog, and food
fiesh air, and v,c:l; have ouuscd :.
ma; ical change ail over tii(. district
The people have learned t > smile, bul
whether Ihat smile Wltl remain, or
lapse again into hopeless vacuity ra
mains to be .-een. F:rr the pretcn:
at least ths smile seems to be a nature, an:l the pro;;, ess of local reclamation worn gives ^romiee of ,t =
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unrest In an increasingly menacing
manner for ?e<e'ai >ear3 now, and
the end Is still  not  in sight.
The reroit of Sir George Askwith
the chief indust-iai commissioner, po:>-
ularly known as "tlie tftrilie brsaker,"
shows that in 1911 there was a stoppage of work affecting [>fi5,000 work
ers. largelv men engaered In transport.
cotton mills aad on the railways. The
transio.t workers caused most of the
trouble, 340,000 of them being aTfect-
ed.
During the year 92 cases were
dealt with cnder tte conciliation ;act.
an J. in thlrty-flve cast's a strike was
prevented, white the others were final
lv settled by the Intervention of Pir
("rorge Askwith, or Iv some other
1 erson aprolntel as conci'iator or nr
bltratoi. Formerly most of th? applications for lmervention came from
the emploveee, b'ct recently the pi ent
majority of them have been Joint ones
on the part of the employers ani their
vork leople. Besldei accomplishing
the good wor'; shown b.v tho report
the conciliation act has rosu'ted In W,
( oncillation boards being appointed In
Industrial (list: ids.
If the threats now being made
come to an.v thing there is lots of wor1;
nheaJ for the "strikebreaker." Tho
railway men, v ho tied up most of the
1 reat lines lan year, ars not : et satisfied with their lot. They complain
that the romranles are bent, on pursuing a policy of delay in connection
with thp conMi-'tion scheme, the sam-1
complaint which gave rise to last
vears outbteik. Another comp'aint Is
that during the coal strike the comen
ules. saying that they had not'suSJl-
rient conl to carry on the full services, knocked o^f a yrsat many men.
and that in doing so invariably chose
men who had been active ln . trade
unionism. The eifocad idleness of
���nioh men in trn afeeted the funds
-f the unions, tliotfe without work re-
cel'ing iincmnlojod bene'lts.
These  matte*8  are  being  aired   in
t'ie presi anl in larliament. but because of ted tape cannot he officially
I denltwith hy the new commission aft
er the last strl'-e until July.
Meanwhile    the  men  r,rn    getting
more and mcre test less and lhorP is
L"ow dangei' that the unions will order
1 the men    to "down  too's" Just wben
! the railways aio busy with their mid-
sujpmer traffic.
There a: e also    Irritating llttl? dis
, i-utes bcivecn the dock workers rind
.their employers, and  in  tiio builfllne
ira'es tl'e men are preparing demands
to he laid le'.'cr.: lhe master bui'ders,
which, If not compiled with, will cause
a gtrl'*e of t'-f) s'IlloJ  ro:!:mc:i aad
t:;cir lalorers.
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SCHOLAR AND FRIEND
DEATH OF SIR JAMES LE MOINE
IS WIDELY MOURNED.
F. Q. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER j
Gardiner & Mercer |
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. nth and Columbia
| Gcntlema.i of the Old School, Who
Did So Much For Canadian History, Will Also Be Remembered
For His Sympathy and Kindliness
to a Host of Men and Women-
Was a Bird  Expert.
In the deatli of ,S!r James La Moine
It city (it Quebec lust Its must dis-
t'.ngui.-tlied citb.en, and the cause rl
Canadian letters Unl one of it; in i-t
unwear". ,1 and most vrIusIiIo supporters. He devoted tha best energies
of a long life to the study of the his-
tor lea I loru whicli centre; about tlie
Ancient Capital, and tho results ot
his patient labors wero presented in
many series of monographs and articles, wliich are t the greatest iutsrest
to the student, and will prove of undoubted value to the future historian
of Canada. Furthermore tliey have
alieady been used ,by Canadian writers in the writing of historical novels.
William Kirby is sail to have founded his famous book, "Lo Chien D'Or,"
a romance of o'Jd Quebec, on some
sketches written by Sir James Le
Moine. And Sir (ii'.bert I'arker based
"T.ie Seats of the Mighty" on a sketch
ot Major Slob ) by the same author.
I.i fact, Sir James I.o M due, with
the kindly spirit of helpfulness wliich
was always characteristic <.' him, was
tlia one who drew Parkei's attention
to the sketch as material for a novel.
In addition 11 his position as one of
th; greatest living authorities on the
historical and archaeological lore of
Quebec, Sir James Le Moine was an
ornithologist of international repute,
and tho author of an excellent popula; work on t'.O birds of Canadu. But
better thun anything he ever wrote
was ...*s example he gave in his life
of kindliness, wisdom, broad sympa-
IN    THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival: Closing
10:50���Vancouver   via   G.   N.   R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
r (daily except Suuday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .20:30
7:40���Victoria  via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11.15
10:50��� Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.48
16:15���United States via G. N. It.
idaily  exceut Suuday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)     8:16
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)   13:16
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
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IV10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
unils      idaily      except
Sunday)       14:00
ll:40~-Cofiuitlain (dally except   Sunday)    '��� S:15
l'i-.OO���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)        11-15
14:00���East Burnaby (daily except  Sunday    14:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14-00
40:00���Ladner. Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  13-30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally  except  Sunday).13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's 8id-
lns . via G. N. R.
(daily axcept Sunday) .14:2<
15:50���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G. N. R. (dally except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and qput-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and
Friday)        ....14:00
7:40���Burnaby  Lake  (dally except Sunday    16:01
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)   23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine idaily except
Sunday)   9:46
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Westminster, Clover
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dis, Sperling Station,
Bradner, Bellerose, via
B. C. E. R. (dally except Sunday)   ,..  .. 9:00
11:20��� Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R, (Monday
Wednesday and Friday  9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday)   17:30
45:56���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm     and    Alta
Vista    23:00
IN THE MATTER of thB "QfHotlnj
Titles Act,"
���and���
IN THE MATTER of Lots 1, 2 aud
3. In the Subdivision of lotl 1G ani
17 and pait of 18, of Lot 16, Subu -
ban Block 10, City of New Westmln-
Bier, Map number 1,021.
NOTICE IS HEHKHY GIVEN that
Jessie Turnbull, of the City or New
Westminster, in the Hrovir.ce of British Columbia, lias m: dj app] dtion
to tha Honorable Mr, Juit'CJ Murphy
fer a Denial atlon or Tide to ihe
above mentioned p.operty undtr t'ie
"Quetine TItle3 Ad," and upon th:
sa'd application d'd predeca eviJence
whereby she appears to be the ownsr
tberof in fee siiuila, fiee from al
���ncumbrcn:es, SAVE AND EXCEPT
a cert-i-i Ag'eement o.' Side tj Mur\
W. Horlc, deposited in the Lir.d
Registry Office at the City of New
Westm nsttr, B. C, and cumbered
2300HC, and Hereupon tie said
Ju're did by Oid.-r dated the LiZth
day of April, 1912, older that all pe-
sons having or pretending to have
any title to or Interest ln the said
lands, or any part thereof, is re'iu'rel
on or before the "1st day of May
now n2xt ensuing, tit 10:110 o'clock 11
the forenoon, (at or afier wllich time
tho sa'd Judse will sign the Dicl ratios of Title hereli), lo file a Suti-
mnit of his or her claim, anl se:ve
notice thereof on the Petitioner, or
on Messis. Whiteside & Edmonds,
her Solictors, at their ofllce in the
Cily of New Wettmintter, B.C., ani
in default thereor such claim will
bo haired, and the title of tie said
Jessie Tumbull become the tins ani
corrert title to the said Innds, and
a Declaration cf THlc will Usu^ ihat
Bb�� is the legal and beneficial owner
n fee simple in pessetdju of the
sail lands and premises, SUBJECT
to the said above mcniioncd Agreement of Sale, ml SUBJECT <o the
reservations nrr.t'cned in S c ion 23
of the ?a:d Act, but f'ee from nil
ether rights, Interests, claims and d:-
mands  whatever.
DATED at the Citv of New Westminster, B. C, t'i!s 27th lly of Ap 1!
A   D., 1012.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors, for the Petitioner.
X
NOTICE!
Thero  Is no connection    whatever
between the City Dye Works and the
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    G. F.  BALDWIN,
345  Columbia Street.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 851.
meets in Eagle's hail, Columbia
stieet, second and foijrui Wednesdays, at eight o'clock. Visiting
P. A. V. S. welcome. F. C. Cook,
Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dl?-
lator; H. L, Christie, beeretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F��� is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting hretheru
cordially invited. H. w. Harrison;
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; Jamer
Ferguson, V. G., recording secretary; R. D. Purdy, financial seere
tary.
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Trapp block.
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TELEPHONE 999
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may an efficient delivery be maintained.
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Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
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NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
LATE SHI JAMES LE MOINE,
tliie*. and all the graces and Virtue*
which make up that delightful ancl,
unfortunately, very rare personage, "a
gentleman of the old icchod."
James M. Le Moine, sixth son cl
Benjamin Le Moine and Julia Ann
'lac I'ler.-icui, was born in the city vl
Q-lcbcc, Jan. 21, IS25. He was adopted
l,y his iiiHteiuul urandlatlier. Daniel
MacPherson, &:igneur tf l.-les aux
UrDue* and Isle aux Oies, but wh >
resided at St. Thomas, P.Q. Youn?
James remained under t'... protective
roof of his grandfather until 183-i,
wl eu he became a pupil at the Petit'
Seniinaire de Quebec, for his colleg-
iat2 course. Under the Abbe P.
Btuchy be studied "belles lettres" for
several years, and was then indentured for llv; years as a law : Indent
tn che Hon. Judge Noel Basse, at thut
t.'ine one of the leading barrUtar* at
th- Quebec Bar. lu itb'.t his mmi?
was added to tbe list of practicing
barristers: In le&l be furuied llie law
fii.n of Kerr & Le Moine. Some years
later be abandoned the practice cf
law to accept t.ie position ol Inspector
ot Inland Revenue in order tliat lie
might have more time tu devote tu
literary pursuits. He married in 1866
Miss Harriet .. . Atkinson, u daughter uf Edward Atkinson, and niece of
He-ry Atkinson, the owner of Speii-
car Wood. Lady Le Moine died in
1'JOO. since whicn time M:si Jeaneltc
Li Moine has presided over tbe
household.
The late S*r James Le Moine was
the imst of Deau bta11ley wnen ne
visit?'' Quebec, und. th') host and
guu.e (I j-i.u.ri. t'ne Pr.n.'jss Louifce
and her husband. He Wss selected
by the Marquis of Lorne, then Gov-
ernor-ljeneial. to preside over tne lirs^-
session of tlie Royal Society of Canada, and was elected its tint presi
dent Five times be was re-elected
president of tne Quebec Liteiary Mini
Historical Society by acclamation. He
w.J honored by many diplomas Ir.uic
the American Historical Sjciety, auu
lrom numerous foreign ornithological
associations. He also interested liim-
sel. in the militia, bis enthusiasm be-
ii g fired at tlie tune of the 'Ireut al-
fair, when lie took energetic measures
tn repel tne invader, bis reward b.-in^
a titie of l.eii'.eiuiiit-colonel.
lt is only six years ago tbal Sir
James ya.e bis last work to the public, a portly volume cf "Maple
Leaves" of the series commenced Jn
1��C3. In laying down his pen ut the
ripe agj ot eighty-one. that brought
li.; literary labors to a close, be wrote
in bis dc.iicatiou:
"To my fellow-citizens this book is
cordially dedicated���tiie last 1 shall
writi���closing a labor of love begun
iiity years ago. Adieu friends I Indulgent readers, adieu!"
In addition to tke author's memoirs, tbe 1DJ6 scries of "Maple
Leaves" coutaii.s interesting legendary, historical, b.ojiraptlical aud liter-
aiy hue, there being chapters, for
ii.stance, upo.i (len. Montgomery's attack upon Quebec in 1775, upon the
archives cf Canada, upon - vice-regal
ball ii�� Quebec in 1707, OU and Mod-
ern Quebec, tbo Phantom Head, tba
first Canadian novel. Lord Lorne, aud
t'. . Roy. I Society ol Canada.���Toronto Saturday Night.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that I, Thomas Ralph
N'lckson, of Vancouver, occupation
contractor, intend to apply for permission to lease the following desci ibed lands for 21 years.
Commencing at a post planted at
he southwest corner of District Lot
1364, thence north to the northwest
,o:ner of D. L. 1384, thence 40 chains
west along the'north boundaries of
D. Ls. 1383 and 1382, thence south
alons; the west boundary of D. L. 1382
to the shore Hne on the Gulf of
Georgia at the Southwest corner of
D. L. 1382, thence along shore line to
���olni of commencement containing
150 acres more or less.
The lease is required for quarry
nurroces and to take gravel therefrom. ���
tSigned1���
THOMAS RALPH NICKSON.
Per HAROLD NICKSON, Agent,
Date April 4, 1912.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Uroten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Roomt
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address' "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephcn?, I07u
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Alexander Jackson.
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WRAIIWAY CO
Special low rates to all Eastern
points will be on sale commencing
May 2; good to return up to Octobei
31. These rates can be used for pas
sengers going to the Old Country.
For particulars and reservations
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Weslminstc
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.,  Vancouver
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
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Branches tbroagnoui Canada end
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correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit*
���eclved  (n  sums of 11  and upward,
aid interest allowet at 3 per cent, per
���.iiriiim  (present rote).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barris
ters and Solicitors, Westminsto
Trust block, Columbia street, Nev
Westminster, B.C. Cable addrest
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O
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Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, E.C.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Count il of the City
of New Westminster having hy resolution determined and specified that
it Is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say: To
seed, cover with mould and plant
shade trees on the boulevard on Thir.l
Street from Royal Avenue to Si.tth
Avenue.
And that said v/or'ts be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement Ceneral Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and the City |
Assessor having reported to the
Council in accordance with the provisions of the said by-law upon the
said works giving statements showing the amounts estimated to be
chargeable against, the various portions of real property to be benefited
hy the said works and other particulars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer and City Assessor having heen adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor. City Hall,
Columbia Street,, New Westminster,
B.C.. and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real pro-
veriy to be assessed as charged In
respect of such works representing at
least one half in value thereof is prfe-
^onte.l to the Council within flfteen
days from the dato of the first publication of this notice the Council wlll
i roceed with the proj-osed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost
of such improvements as the Council may by by-law ln that behalf
regulate and determine and also to
male the said assessment.
Dated this Eighth day of May, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication May 9, 1912.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAKRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
Btreet,   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.      I
WADE, WHEALLER. McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 1 and i
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver off
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie. G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
REMOVAL NO TICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET   MAKER  AND
i UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop  611   Victoria   Stieet.
(Over Dally  News.)
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
BOARD OE TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in the
hoard room, City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the third Friday ol
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
fr CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves    Vancouver    10    a.m.    for
Seattle,   via  Victoria,    daily    except
Tuesday.
Leaves    Vancouver    11     p.m.    foi
Seattle direct daily.
Leaves Vancouver 2 p.m. and 11:4f
p.m. daily for Victoria.
Leaves    Vancouvor      2    p.m.      for
Nanaimo daily except Sunday.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
CHILLIWACK SERVICE.
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. >
1 ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone 388.
P. O, Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re the south half of tbe Northwest
quarter of Section 6, Township 1{| (ex-
cept one-half aero thereof) in the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl
uate of title no. 430tf\ Issued in the
name ot Catherine Oliver, has boen
Qled in tbls office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the ekplratlon of one, month from
the date' of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime vnlld objection be
mado to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry office, New Westminster, B. C, April 22, 1912.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks. Etc.
E
A Little Sage and Sulphur
���Makes Gray Hair Vanish���A
Remedy for All HairTroubles,
Who does not know the value of Sage
and Sulphur for keeping the hair dark,
soft and glossy and in good condition T
As a matter of fact, Sulphur is a
natural element of hair, and a deficiency
of it In the hair is held by many scalp
specialists to be connected with loss of
color and vitality of the hair. Unquestionably, there is no better remedy
lor hair and scalp troubles, especially
premature grayness, than Sage and
Sulphur, if properly prepared.
Tne Wyeth Chemical Company of
New York put out an ideal preparation
of this kind, called Wyeth's Sago and
Sulphur Hair Remedy, in which Sage and
Sulphur aro combined with other valuable remedios for keeping the hair and
scalp in clean, healthy condition.
If your hair is losing its color or
constantly coming out, cr if you are
troubled with dandruff or dry, itchy
scalp, get a fifty cent bottle of Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur from your druggist,
use it according to the simple directions,
nnd see what a difference a few days'
treatment wiil make in tho appearance
of your hnir.
All druggists sell it, under guarantee
that tho money will bo refunded if the
remedy b not exactly as represented.
'���'���":i;i! AjjcntSs i>. 3. Curtis and H.
Hyail. . ,     i
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated.Water?
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Telephone R 113- Office: Princess St
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFJCS���T*AM PSFOlt ���
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER. B.C
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit and workmanship guaranteed.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   dn all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R619.
TRY
TRI
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suit Made
to-Order at reasonable prices. Syrinx
Goods just arrived. First-Class Fll
and Work Guaranteed.
ON GliONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnls St., City.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth  Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER f%\ &C,
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BOT ONE THIN5'
���THAT    THE    SERVICE    IT
RENDER8    ITS   CUSTOMERS
MAKE8     FOR     PERMANENT
BUSINESS   RELATIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 55-YEAR8
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY 8ER.
VICE, INVITE8
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST ...
.$4,600,000
.{5,600,000
NEW WE8TMIN8TER,    0. C
BRANCH
J. ORACEY,  MANAGER. .1 i
Kftfc $wtrt
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
MMI
WIRE GOODS
WK HAVE A  trOWPI.KTi:
���OF���
STOCK
City News
Coat Hangers
Strain^'
Toasters
Egg Beaters
Pie-Holders
Bottle Carriers
EVERYTHING IN WIRE GOODS
���SOLD BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.4V1- FISH
Freeh coi ilmlf or whole), per ft
ITresh rc.iliiii ...;  :i
Hovni Ft'ii.ueoh, (f'f 11".  ��� ���
Siil'i  I'.allliut, I'fer, ll)	
Dill PicKies, pfrfdozen ..
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
lbs. Tor 2">c
 I.',;-
 15c
 25c
Bikklayers started work yesteiday
laying the walls of ths Westmlnstei
Trust Comrany's new Bkyscrafer.
Mrs.   (Rev.)   E.  G. Thompson,  407,
Columbia street east, returned Tuesday evening from the upper country,,
wlicre she s; ent lbe white ���.
Owing to the Bre at the Hoyal City
Mills 1 must cancel nil orders taken
by me for wood.    Wilbur Smith. *������'
The Great Northern car ferry cam? |
up stieam  yeslerday  and  docked  nt I
the lomiany's wharf nc-n. the Erato:
brldwo.
The Over Seas Club will hol.l a
whist drive tamo; row evening at. the
home of Mr. and Miss McMillan, 20S
Third avenue.
Tho can enters at. wottt tm the
Central Livery building nre making
Kreat alterations these days, changing the structure into a business
block.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.    -
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Tftteory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Must m\
Form.
LE��t,0N8 BV CORRESPONDENCE
i-'or terms, etc., app'v.   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westmin ���<ter. Phone R411.
CHILDRT N,s
SUN   HATS.
CT^.SMllH Co**
NEV/  AUTO
COATS.
Andrew Clausen
Expe't repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
Special Values and Timely Offers
rmvnr-xmrKramx.
THE
CHEAT NOW IS HERE. IN
THE MATTER OP INSURANCE
THERE IS NO OTHER TIME. 1 INSURE AGAINST LOSS THROUGH
FIRE, ACCIDENT, HJ.NESS, THEFT
AND DICATII. CAN YOl" AFFORD
TO TAKK CHANCES ON YOUR
LIFE AND PROPERTY.
There will he limiting ofthe
executive committee of lhe New
Wt slmitiHler Choral and Orchestral
society In St. George's hall nt 8:30
this evening.
An official denial has been issued
to \h*\* report ihat Mr. G. H. Franklin would probably be appointc:l man-
ap.er of the B. C. E. R. company's new
Interurban Hue between Victoria and
Saanich.
Are you going ,0 b;,lld ? n�� >'ou
want nioney at 5 per cent. ? Then set
the CniverEal Home Security Co.
Office in the People's Trust block. ���*
It's an ill "liTe" that brings no one
anv good.    Mr, Patrick Feeney, foreman at lhe Royal City mi.ls, >esterday onjoved the lira holiday h.*. has,
had in '�������� yfBWB,
W. T. Reid, of the nrm of Reid &
(McDonald, left yesterday on a business trip io Seattle and Yictoiia. He
will return to the city the lirtt ci
next week.
A building permit for a nine roomed tivo storey house to be erecle i
on Ninth street was taken out yesterday  by  Mr.  Rupert A. .Fulton,    lt
will  cost $4000.
How about your garden? Ring up
phone LIM aud get Tidy, the florisl.
to quote yoa prices on the best stock
thai Is grown In the country. The.'
make a specialty of hanging baskets-
and window boxes. **
541 Front Street.     Near City Market.
. ' I        -���ccccccccc���
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING   OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"DiclfG. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd'8 or Major's
Music  Houses.
AMBITIOUS     PROGRESS  NUMBER.
A most ambitious progress number
lips just been published by the Co-
oultlam Star which is a credit :o ths
management of the paper and the municipality which it represents. Tho
rover is printed in three colors and
the whole Illustrated e lit! in of 32
pages is printed on fine paper and
enlivened by a large number of excellent cuts. Evety side of life in this
municipality is covered, agricultural,
urban, civic,. social, sporting and political. Tha wliole, of comse, is inspired with nn enthusiastic optimism.
Congratulations arc certainly due to
Coquitlam on this latent newspaper
enterprise.
lake Today Doubly Interesting
���^���ga^agMMSMmiiiuiMiiiii mmnmi��i***aa���^M���*mm���mmm^mmmaMMe^^mmm^xmmKBemmum
A   Whole   Window  of Lingerie   Waists
Marked in Many Cases, Less Than
Half, $2*85
We've grouped together a beautiful selection of these fine Waists Tor two great days' Ee'.ling���Wednesday and Thursday. Sonje are slightly mussed, with a saving in many cases less than half, makes
this one of the best offers of the season. All pietty styles, with tine luce nnd embroidery trimminge;
also tucks; all sizes included, though only about one size of each model; values regular to $0.50.
Wednesday and Thursday, Each $2.85
See Window Showing
Such Weather Demands Pettitcoats for Quick
A New Parasol
This display eclipses anything ever s-hown In the
city both for range and style; all this season's
latest novelties and every one reasonably priced.
A   FEW   EXTRA SPECIALS.
White Linen   Sunshade    with    hemstitched    vl*re:
gilt steel frame; in plain wood handles, Special $1.23
Selling, $1.00
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
ENT'S
OG
REMEDIES
Merit  Made  Them
Famous. See Our
Window
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, etc
Deane Hlock.   441 Columhla st
N��w Westminster. Ct'
Tim Westminster Gun Club will
!:<ci.' the !'.r.=t regular s mot of tht
ff.'ison thl3 evening on Moo:!' Square
The prize '.'-.:��� by the N'Obej i'o...'.'
Company to Mr. J. U. Cai to way wil;
be comj.etod lor.
'.-. Patrick's Hall cn ;be evening
cf Mav IT. -will be five scene oi a
irathertng of the Sons of Norway for
tie purrose of christening a p*-*
loi'.ee banner! Mayor Lee an:l Mr.
' : i. ��� B *:-������ ee are exrected io give nd
ci;,...(.. iWj musical ��� '��� ������������>' i being
in tbc hands of Mr. .1. W. Kushton.
The ''��� ''��� Sales Agency, of GOV
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver,
nee:ls two good salesmen to handle
permanent agencies In New Westminster nnd the Fraser valley. Write
and get their proposition explained to
1 ou. *���
Mr. H. E. Leash has l,een appointed
official photographer to tbe C. N. R.
nnd C. P. R. for Poit Maan and Co-
riuitlam. The photos of the latter
plaoe submitted by him to ihe railway
company are said to have been the
best yet taken.
Mr. Frank Britton, of Elmonds,
who was seriously injured in an auto
mobile accident in Vancouver twe
weeks ago, is now out of the hospital
an.l is ahle to get aio,ind. Mr. B it
ton is In business partnership will
Mr. 11. !1. Stevens, M. P. fur Vancou
ver.
A meeting will he held in tlia Van-
couver Motel this moi nine when representatives of the   municipalities of
Burnaby and South Vancouver, will
<lis"iiss wit!) Hon. Thomas Tavlor
Minister of Public Works, the <|iies-
:ion of caving th" Vancouver-West
minster road. The meeting is callei
tor 10 o'clock.
Several rasoline flshlhr hosts -ver
sel?ed yesterday and detained at
White Ucrk by Mr. Mathleson, cus
toins officer al that Point. Simp In
frliiuenient of the fishing or customs
regulations Is alleged to be the cauee
of their detention, and an enquiry Is
to be held this morning.
Replies have been received at the
office of the Westminster Dally News
for the holders of the following box
numbers: 77, 72, 70, B 20, Bl, 438, 74,
73, B21, R4. 60, 88 and M. Those
receiving replies to classified advertisements addressed to any of these
'mx numbers are requested ato cull
at the News office for the same.
Mr. Peter Paulson, of the Fraser
lio'r.l staff, leaves tho latter part of
this week with his family on a fou;
months' holiday trip to his Old bome
in Sweden. It is 22 years since Mr.
Paulson has been back to the olO
country and he Is looking forward
with pleasurable anticipation to revisiting the set nes of his boyhood
days,
The sen ices of the lire brigade
were again requisitioned yesterday
morning nbout in o'clock, although b>
the time ii arrived nt Cunningham's
hardware store the small outbreak in
the bai k of the store hud been mastered, A Chinaman in some way
Bnapped a gas pipe, and tne gaS becoming i'-iniied set lire 'o the joists
'i the building. The extinguisher in
the nnin store enme Into action and
1 -io1.td up to the task.
"Th��.  Port Te|oara^|-��r."
"The    l-'ost    Telegrartnier"    H    the
name of n sensational flliu that Is being shown at  t:v  Edison theatr    ihi1'
evening,    in there pictures a detach
ment of cavalry is caught in the Indiana' "fircle of death" and  fiuhtin?
<o tlie last trasp it   is   exteruilint: '
The post telegrapher left lor deuti ro-
< overs antl'd. ara himself to the  wire.
This be tape and Rands for help. The
troops gallop up, but are deceived hy
the Indians wbo attac't the stoekadoll
village in a series of desperate rushes
The  troops,  however,  return  to    the
licht road and dashing down  tin  tie
Indians there Is a desperate hand   o
hnnd fight in which-at las; the Indian-
are put to    (light' by    a    whirlwind
cavalry charge.    Tliere is. of course
a loie story    running    through    the
whole In which the telegrapher is implicated.
White Linen Sunshade
Strong gilt frame; full i
Special, each	
wdth lace Insertion edge;
lie; natural wood han lies.
 $1.33
Fancy Colored Sunshade, mercerized cover,
frame; director wool handles; In shades of
b;own, blue, eic.   Special, each	
New Collars That
Are Much  Worn
stesl
..ret n,
.$1.53
Iii tills lot aro many excellent values; shown in fine
lae��. and embroidery trimmings; bodies of fine
grade cambric; all si/.es, und pietty styles; values
regular to $2.25.    Lxtra  Special, cach    $1.00
Underwear for Women
And Children
This store is prepared to meet yonr every demand,
in Summer Undergarments. Let this section solve
lh? keep cool problem.
Women's Lialo Thread Combinations, low ne.-k:
drawers in knee   length,   lace   irhumel,   closed    or
open  styles.     Extra \nines each    75:
Woui'.u's Summer Weight Coaon Vests or line
White ribbed cotton; in long, short or no sleeves;
all sii'.es.    Lxtra special, each   15c
Summer Hose in all Styles
Soft Quaker
Each  ..
Collars;  in white mesh cloth; ;:!! sl
rvc
:-es.
20c
Embroidered
style  affects;
Quaker 1-aiindricd   Collar;
all sizes.    Si ecial, each  ..
ne v
. .25:
Tl'e Hosiery Section  wa? never prepared  to
yo i heller.    Vour every   want  ls considered.
Women's Fin".-; Gauze Lisle Mor.e;    in    fancy   em-
bh>l.leied and  lace    ankles;    in    nil    the    summer
Bhades;   double soles and deep garter tops;  si/es
8'/�� to 10.    Kxtru Bliowlng. I cr pair   50c
Memorized Constitution.
Tacoma, May IB.���Washington Fin-
lay, an Englishman, bom in Fiance,
appeared among a list of applicants
for citizenship papers today, and astonished the examiners by repeating
the entire constitution of the Fnited
Statea. fixamfner Staples said It is
the'purpose of the naturalization officials to make the examinations as difficult as possible so that alien applicants will place a greater value on
their citizenship.
������������������������>���������j
THE WESTMINSTER TRliST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO. LTD.
notic:
Dividend  No. 16.
Notice is hereby given that a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum upon the paid up capital stock
of this company has heen declared
for the six months ending the 30th
April, 1012, and the same will be payable at the Head Office of the Company, 28 Ixirne Street, this City, on
and after tbe 15th day of May to
shareholders of record, at the close of
business on the 30th April, 1912.
By order of the Board.
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary.
6
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Burnaby acreage is getting scar;e nnd like most good
things is In pretty strong demand. It won't be long before almoBt
every acre between Westminster and- Vancouver wdll have been subdivided Into lots and tlirn the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almoEt an>  i rice he may care to as1:.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the l.urnaby Lake tram line, is about the
last piece of acreage left at a icasonable price. Buinaby Lake property is selling at from $3000 i < r acre and up. We can quote a price
away below thai, and we can five good terms.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all Wnds and grades of
LUMBER FOR   MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, (or it la the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   ror   what   le
needed now and to Invest for whet shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until It Is flrst saved. '
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINQ8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. l��EWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Maneger,
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident,  Employers* Liability,    Autimobl'e
and Marina Insurance.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN
rn House
Situated close to Moody Park, east side; full
concrete basement, cement floor, laundry
tubs, fireplace, etc. This is a good buy.
Price $4,000, small cash payment, balance
arranged. Ref. 512
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
!
I     Now is the time to build for tale or rent while prices are low
THE
JEWELER
OfMclal Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electflc Railway.
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