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RRE FEND Bl1
IN WESTMINSTER
GENERAL ACIMIY
SEEN AT PORT MAI
Firemen   Have  Hard   Fight
With Flames in Hardman
Block.
Kelly'* lliotograpliic Store Ooch Up lu
Fiance���Dully  News  Building
Damaged,
The epidemic of (Ires which has
visited Uiiu City during the past week
show* no signs of abatement, On Saturday evening the photographic shop
owned hr Mr. A. Kelly on McKenzie
street, caught Art about P1.30 o'clock
and bsJore the Harnes were gut under
control the place had been destroys!
and serious damage, mainly by water,
dune to the printing shop of Mr. Burnett and the Weatmlnster Daily Newa,
both businesses located In the Hard-
man block.
Just how the fire originated is unknown at present, but It Is believed
that one of the employeea of the
photo shop had left a lamp burning
ln the place in order to dry out some
plates, and that this In some way
ignited the building.
First Alarm.
The tirst Intimation was given bj
Hugh Campbell, an employ, e of W.
K. Kale*, who when passing the building heard the window glass blow out
and at once took steps to notify the
fire department. Not knowing whtre
the nearest lire alarm box was located,
the U���� of the phone was brought into
play. thus losing several valuable minute.-' before tbe department could tie
on th<- spot. At the same time the
names were noticed by the police department and a party in the Colonial
hotel, and they too connected on the
phona with the lircmen, thus confusing the situation, liy the time the ap-
paratue from stations No. 2 and 3 were
on lhe ground, the Harned wire breaking through the roof and had got n
COlttpleti    hold   on   the  small   building.
amd >t vas 3 question ?I saving   t.ie
larger ftructure adjoining.
The corruEAted iron on the ouwdi
of the Daily Xew* building prate ti i
H somewhat, but tht heat ��<��t *���>    lr��- I
IM�� that (h*  WJoUwork ln.1.1,. ��<>t on I
sian.   thua  wtvtnic   th*   Itr .'tri in   a.   tiara
IlKhi.     Thi. Oilmen  alun  necured a  IwM
>n thr roof.
Few means were available tio get at
the flame* without opening up ail the
outlets-, which would have acted aa a
fan to the Harnes. The lire department
une'er Chief War.- ,n had a two hourV
struggle before the blase was finally
subdui il.
Baffling;, Dense Smoke.
So dense waa the .--moke nt timt*
tha.t Fireman McKay In his effort* to
get upstairs wltb a hose, was twice
overcome. Even Thief Watson crawling on hands and knee*> could not
penetrate the smoke, and the attack
wan changed to the exterior of tho
building.
Although starting late at night, a
huge crowd of interested spectators
witnessed the blase and did not wend
their way homt-wardu UUtfl the "��"
���ma' hours" of the morning. Strange
to relate, the clothes cleaning establishment adjo.nlng the photo shop was
unharmed. Believing his wares had
been ntolen, the proprietor who arrived on the scene yesterday noon
madi; complaint f> the local police,
who came to the rescue with the Information that the clothes had heen
safely stowed away In a nearby store
during the progress of the (Ire.
Damage Was Considerable.
No estimate as to the extent of the
damage has been made as yet, but It
will amount to several thousand do>
lar*'. The chief loser appears to be
Mr. J. Burnett, who runs the Job printing shop In the same building as the
AVei' minster Dally Xews, as ht did not
hav* verv much Insurance on his
���tock. The stock In the photo shop is
said  to have been  Insured for $400.
Hotel    Ih    About    Completed���Street
Grading Going; on���Stamp Puller
at Work.
Port Mann, May 19.���'Progress at
Port Mann Is steady. A visit to that
new ci'ty on Saturday showed street
grading and stumping to he going on
actively. A large gang of men was at
work on the former Jib taking one of
t.he streets westwards up ih** hill. Another gang and a donkey engine were
busy bleating the big stumps and piling
them up ready for burning.
Buildings are also being run up. The
bi'.? new hotel Is completed outside and
It Is expected that It will be open
within seven day* It Is a capacious
structure and denotes an expectation
of good business. Besides tho hotel
three or four other buildings have
been completed within last month and
the frames of two more are already
run up. Altogether the townsite prevents S busy appearance. Thc huge
wharf Is crowded with lumber and
men are at work there too, with pea-
vies handling the big baulkp of timber
needed for construction up the 1 ne.
Exactly when the regular train service to Hope will be inaugurated is not
certain, but with the last shipment of
rails gone forward to the head of the
line It in not lkrly to be more t.han
a week ot two before the tra'ns are
running.
LOVE AND DRINK
CAUSE OF DEATH
German Noble Shoots Himself���Drank
Too Much and Lost the Finest
Woman la World.
RECALLS GLORY
OF OLDEN DAYS
I. W. W. MAKE
NO DISTURBANCE
Knights Templar Attend Ascension Day Service at
Cathedral.
Chloago,   Mny   i��.���Henry   Bpruck
von Arm. "thai, member of the Ger-
:,. v.-. n 'billty, eir,,; large land Gwnir In
Oregon, Washington and   Idaho,   ."hot
an.;  killed  himself in  his room  tod
Hotel   nu a   In .-���   who   found   tho     hody I
iM* hop Preaches Imprceetvc Scnnon-
Modcm Deeds of Chivalry���Fifty
liuigiu.s Present.
A scene which in its silmple, yet s;g-
nilicant setting, recalled the glory of
the day* Of old, was enacted in the
cathedral yesterday alternoon when
the Knights Templar, Westminster
Preceptory -So. 56, attended divine .-"or-
vlcfc for the customary Ascension Day
commemoration.
Preceded by the white robed choir,
attendant clergy, and the chaplain of
the order, the Lord Bishop of N'ew
Westminster, ��mo fifty knight."
marched Into the sacred building and
took their e.-ats. They are the representatives of the famous religious and
military orders of the Temple, and ol
St. John of Jerusalem, Palestine,
Rhodes and Malta, names which recall
the days of ihe Crusades and militant
reli.Tijn indeed.
A .-viecial order of service was used,
the chaplain being assisted by Canon
d'Easum and Uev. F. A. P. Chadwick,
of St. Paul's.-, Vancouver. The hymns
were of the martial and inspiring order, and during the creed the knights
heid aloft before them their crow
hilted swords.
With two par-ages of Scripture'for
his texts "Whom say ye that I am "
and "Thou art the Christ," his lordship spoke to hi." fellow knights upon
the course which tht-y might in these
davs run.
>lt was fitting, he slid, t'.iat th? mam
bers of this Christian order should emphasize the. cardinal truths cf Lm-
C rr.stlan religion. Christianity differ
ed from other systems of phlloi- phy It)
that where Others gave a message. &���*.:'
ing the world to follow lt, Christ wns
.""', f*. m 3 rijcr, but the teacher
Himself. He aaid, 1'Do you believe in
Me '" not "Do you believe in My message '.'"
Unless  tbe   doctrine   that   Christ   {*
Practically All Strikes Organized By Association Have
Failed.
Abundon Attempt to Tio   Cp   Larger
Plants 1"  Seattle���Position
Suimncriztxl.
Seattle, May 19.���Aside from the
slight disturbance the night of May 1
when a group of Spanish-American
war veterans destroyed a red flag
carried by the Socialists and the Industrial Workers of the World in
their May Day parade, there has
been no disorder ln connection with
tlie Indus-trial Workers of the World
agitation   for  several   weeks.
Virtually all the strikes ordered by
the Industrial Workers' leaders failed to materialise. A few Isolated logging camps are runnlng'sbort handed, but the effort to tie up the larger
plants appears to have been abandoned. The strike in the Gray's
Harbor country was declared off
three weeks ago and the strike of
laborers on the Canadian Northern
railroad is waning, although It has
not  been  officially  terminated.
Tho action of United States District Judge Cornelius H. Hanford ten
days ago in forfeiting the citizenship
papers of Leonard olsson, a Socialist and I. W. W. agitator, is being followed by a movement to deport
those alien agitators who have beer
preachinp; anarchy. Ignited States
Immigration Commissi'jfuir Ellis tie
Bruler Will begin to examine the accused aliens this week.
There has been no attempt by the
Seattle police to interfere With Socialist speakers.
ASCENSION DAY
GREAT FESTIVAL
NATIONAL RESERVE
PASS FIFTY MARK
Inquiries    Come    frrittj    Vancouver���
Movement steadily Cr.-.nint���
, Quarters for Club.
Ri ���
th-.
Slowly but surely the National
serve movement Is growing, and
numbers have already passed the haif
century mark. The impoiv.moo of the
movement has been rioted in Vancouver, and several communications h.iv
been received from that city asking '������-
information upon the subject.
A register of the members Is kept a.
the city hall, and all who have not y. t
given m their name." ara uuuesred to
do so, as it li- the aim of the committee
to provide an object lesson to the
whole Dominion, and this can only to
done by the co-operation of the men.
All former sailors, soldiers, militiamen,
volunteer:1, or yeomanry are eligible if
they have completed their trine:-/ of
service.
The committee iif. charge; of the
organization of lhe IvnYiAd Service
club Is working st-adjiy upon securing suitable quarters, dr.iv.-ing up i
constitution, and no forth It will
meet again tomorrow evening, and
In the near future a general meeting
will be called, at wfilch It is hoped
that every past md present naval
and military man In town- vvill be
present.
TWO DIE WHEN
GANGWAY FALLS
Accident at Seattle Throws
Screaming Crowds Into
Harbor.
MORE SUPPORT FOR
Y. M. C. A. WANTED
thti\'i�� r.*rl��t >inna anij  u  yhotosrafrtt  i��t\��*��*   procooainy   ru-natr.       ine    plltIl"P i
Mrw.   France  Koietitolatt.   nl*c��  of   tUH w *�����*** to present to *la ticarera <L-hrt*tl onaUon���VirK
SPOKANE MURDER
MYSTERY DEEPENS
Anlonc Warner's Body Had Conipniiion
In Spokane River���Possible
Deadly Struggle.
Spokane, Wash., May 1��.���The
mystery surrounding the disappearance, two weeks ago, of Antone War-
Rer. a well-to-do landscape gardener,
aged 66 years, and the later recovery
of his hody from the Spokane river,
was deepened today when the body
ef another man was taken from
Lohg lake, Into which the Spokane
river flowB. The body recovered was
that of a man younger than Warger,
and In the pockets of tho clothing
were bank books and deposit slips
bearing the name of Wilrger. The
body found today has not been Iden.
tlfled. Detectives are of tho opinion
that Warger was lured to the river
hank and robbed, and then engaged
ln a fight with his assailant, and both
fell Into thc river and were drowned.
The deads of both corpses indicated
that they had been battered.
���tt,
iste XiO��"n Morrin, millionaire packer
!n the other.
Von Armenthal left a note In which
he said his despondency we.-* due to
drink and the fact that he had Itst
"tbe tinest woman In the world" because of his drinking. lie also
directed that his lawyer In Seattle and
his older brother, Phillip Spruck,
Baron Semms Sanbaeh von Armenthal of Hesse Darmstadt, Germany,
should dispone of his large etsate.
The romuice terminated by von Ar-
menthal's death i�� said to have orlgln-
| ated at a l/is Angeles hotel two years
' ago.     Attorney  Walter  D.  Jones,     of
[ Chicago,   Identitied   Mrs.   Rosenblatt's
j picture and told the police of von Ar-
menthal's love for her.    Although ven
Armenbhal Is believed by the pollce to
have   killed   himself  early   today,   the
body was not discovered until tonight.
The   note  contained   the   following:
"1 have    several    times contemplated
destroying myself within the last two
years and drink ls the cause of all. In
a  moment of despondency  I  take  my
own life.    I lov^ the llnept woman In
the world a man could ever wish for,
yet, while ' know jrhe loves me dearly,
she   left   me   In   disgust   several   days
ago.    Tho facts are that I am myself
disgusted with myself���therefore    the
end.
"I send my latest will to m.v lawyers
In Seattle today directing them that
my brother shall own or dispose of all
m.v real property In the states of
Washington, ('regon and Idaho for his
own personal benefit, with the exception of some property which 1 have
especially mentioned to be made over
to a poor working boy In this city who
bas done me within the last few days
a great service.
"My lawyer in Seattle, who I shall
wire at the last moment, shall attend
to all proper matters. Further I want
my body held at an undertaking ��stab-
llshmt.it for at least four days until
hi* arrival and he may select a burying place. No ceremonies, strictly
private."
Sower   Hylaw   I>efcat��l.
South Vancouver, May 19.���Some
7fid voters out of an official list of 16,-
OflO voted on the sewer bylaw to raise
$275,00-0 yesterday, and it was defeated by a poll of 312 ayes and tit
nays. One hundred and thirty-two
additional votes were necessary to
pass the bylaw. The total vote of 741
Is said to the smallest vote recorded
at any election ln the municipality
for many years.
as the Kins, ruling
"In the t'ays of old," he said, "on
order was accurtomed both t"> rule
others and to be ruled. Thus to t:-
who are bound by a strong vow li
phould come e:\;.v to follow in the foot
steps of those who have pa^-.-ed
through to the other world. One
Irrother who was here last Ascens.on
Day has gone. The King will receive
him as He wlll all who are true to
their knightly vows and have played
the man."
He passed on to speak of loyalty,
and said that loyalty to Christ showed
Itself ln two ways, b.v godliness and
righteousness. The former was "god-
iike-nea.', r'ghteousners w'"s upright-
nfss. going straight, r!! simple Saxon |
words. In other words, "taking cafei
of oneself and looking after' one's
neighbor" were the two thing.? far
which the order stood. As one rejected upon the deeds of chivalry done b.v
the order of Old, the challenge flung ln
lhe face of every man today was sure'y
strong enough. There were demons a
our civic and communal life.
"You and I," went on the bishop,"
are not called upon to buckle on our
armour and sally forth from home,
but we are able to bring about the
same effect at home. Four things we
have to remember���just common
thing*-���common honesty, common
sympathy, common decency, common
sense. The word "frater," sums up my
thoughts for you. Its letters stand for
faith, reverence, awe���the attributes'
of godliness,���temperance, earnestness
and rectitude, which go with righteousness. The remembrance of these
things will help to keep us true."
otuilon���Fcvt 'P��oi>te Tools Advantage ot tVremony.
Queens Avenue Methodlste Hear   Addresses from Tliose CXmnocted
with Association's Work.
An appeal for more support to the
local Y. M. C. A. was made at the
e.in.iig service In the Queens avenue
church last night. Several prominent
members of the association being on
the speaker's list. Secretary Henderson lirat dwelt on the great increase of
Column  Dock Scene of Fatality���Hew.
suit uf Almncela. Demolishing
tbe wimrf.
Seattle, May 19.���Two persms are
known to have been drown and forty
or more were injured today when the
adjustable end of a temporary passenger gangpiany at the Colman dock
dropped, precipitating sixty passengers Into the water kcb Ciey were preparing to board the Sound steamec
Flyer for Tacoma.
The de:td were:
Mrs. C. V. Learned, Seattle.
Carl   Bruder,   one  year  old  son  of'
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruder, of Seattle.
The child was dead when taken out
of the water and Mrs. Learned died on
the pier.
Most of the injured were only
slightly bruised or cut by striking'
against the piling and the hull of ths
Flyer when they fell into the watei^.
and all will recover.
The Flyer had just tii' jharged he��
passengers from Tacoma and was preparing to load for the 11 o'clock return trip. The pier was crowded with:
passengers who were pressing persons
on the gang plank In their eagerness
to get aboard. The gangplank was a
freight slip that had been rigged up
for passenger use after the steamship
Alameda demolished the main waiting
room of the Colman dock when she-
crashed into the pier three weeks ago.
The plank was adjusted by a worn
block and it is supposed that this had
become sprung so that the cogs did.
not tit perfectly. A defective cog broke
under the weight of the crowding pae-
itengers and the shock of the inch drop -
was sufficient to strip the cogs andl let
the end of the plank fall Into the
water, the screaming passengers roiIT
ing and sliding down the steep incline
Vnto the- water between the wharf and
the Flyer.
the urbanization throughout the world J     The  water  was dotted  with  fr.-uHhr
tnadt  during   tht past.-fftw  years andlnepule.  struggling   to   reach   the   boats
ot   ttie Kreat, m.tv -wfeo Vtil,Ve ttot.     o����\��hliih      -Bere     lo����(&''t><w     MKMMB-
j given tStelr  financial     MsMt&nce,    1��ut\ nearby venel*.
the.r moral support to the movement.!     Thb Flyer could not he moved   lie*
cause  her  whirling  propeller    would
CONFIRMATION CEREMONY.
Archbishop McNeil Administers Sacrament to Many Roys and Oirls.
Not for two years has the church
of St. Peter witnessed the Impressive
ceremony of tho administration of
the sacrament of confirmation which
took place there last evening. In all
31 boys and 45 girls received the laying on of hands by Archbishop McNeil, of Vancouver, who was assisted
by Rev. Father O'Boyle and Rev.
Father Malllard, the latter being 67
St. Louis college. During the morning service yesterday 14 boys and 16
girls received  their flrst communion.
Miners   Return   to Work.
Wilkesbarre, Pn., May 19.���'By a
������ote of &2i3 to 64, the anthracite miners In convention yesterday, ratified
the agreement entered Into by therf
sub-committee with the local coal op-
srnt.irs and ordered the 17'0.000 men
and boys employed In and about the
mines to return to work next Wednesday. The suspension began March
INI, when the agreement entered Into
In 1,909 expired. The advance granted will net the men 4 1-2 per cent.
Record Activity at Calgary.
Calgary, Alta., May 19.���ttwo million, two hundrefl and flfty thousand
dollars ls Calgary's entlmatod revenue
for this year. Fcur months' revenue
from licenses end city fees amounts
to $52,306; while the figures for the
whole of 1911 In the** items came
to only $87,000. Customs receipts,
municipal street railway earnings and
Kchool attendance show similar
galae. Among the large . building
contracts Just awarded Is that for the
Tractor Company's new power plint,
work on which Is to be completed ir.
October. It, is also noted that three
quarters of a million'Hollars'are being spent this year iby .Protestant
bodies for new church buildings.
'Ucsus Christ, to whom lie praise
and dominion for ever and ever."
(Preaching on Sunday morning at the
cathedral Canon d'Easum spoke upon
the feast of the Ascension, one of the
greatest events of the church's year,
which was observed last Thursday.
He said that for forty years in Westminster it had  been    the    custom    to
crown a young girl with mimic pomp
and ceremony as the May Queen. Each
year the pretty pageant gains in popularity while buR)' people pause in    the
pursuit  of money,  and  business  men
find time for a day oft and, for preparation for the event.    So    once    again
floes a little child lead the   older one*
and they realize tWat it Is a good thing
to keep the heart and affections young
Jl was not wasted time, for all went
back cheered and Invigorated because
for a few hours they had been lifted to
the level of Childhood, and had for a
space breathed ln a purer and sweeter
atmosphere.
iFor 1470 years they had celebrated
another crowning when Jesus Christ.
His work completed, was taken up Into
heaven. Ascension Day was tne
church's Coronation Day. An opportunity had been provided last Thursday for all Chrlst.ans to celebrate this
festival, but few had done so. Ascensiontide was ft greater eaason than
Christmas, the feast of the Incarnation, for In It one thought of our nature taken not only In to, but up to
God. The truths of the Resurrection
and the ascension were hard for some
to graps, but Jesus Is alive for evermore, working for our sanctlflcaitlon.
Ascension was the time of expectation, and the exhortation to "Lift up
your hearts" took on an additional
meaning at this season.
Another   Recall   Movement.
Seattle. May 19.���Petitions asking
tho recall of M��yor Qeorge F. Cotterill, who was elected laat winter, were
made public last night. The principal
charge mnde In the petitions ls that
Mayor Ootterlll has failed to give
proper protection to citrzens seeking
to enforce respect for the American
flag, the mayor having criticised tho
action of the men who destroyed the
red flag carried by the Socialists In
<ei�� M.->y Day parade. It will require
approximately Ii7,i5fl�� signatures to
call an election, and as far as known
non6 has been obtained yet.
New School Trustees.
South Vancouver, May 19.���.Messrs.
Walter James Scott of the River
Road, and Aruthur John Mlchelmore
of GWltngiwoo'd, wero today elected
school trustees 'for the district of
South Vaneouver to fill vacancies
caused iby resignation of Mr. Spencer
Roblnecn ar.d 'Mr. Vt. B. A. Vogel.
Mr Scott received by itar the langest
vote of the four candidates, the competition reuniting ln a close voto for
the other trusteeship.
During the past year, stated the seere
tary. the local organization had made
good headway as v'ar as membership
was concerned, but in arder to expand,
more funds were needed and he asked
the public spirited persons of the city
to help as much as possible.
Physical Instructor Sovereign spoke
on the physical training a man gets in
institutions such as   the   Y. M. C. A.
Physical work, when   overdone,    prevents the  brain  from  working In its
normal state.    Too much study leads! eughly.
one to forget the outside and Inside en"|
joyme-nts, therefore the two combined,
will work ln harmony with each other.
This fast and busy world of today has
a tendency to cause worry, a thing to
be avoided by any man.   The Y. M. C.
A.  physical department aims to meet
the needs of the day.
Mr. George Cadyzien, a member and
prominent athlete of the local Institution, said a few words of the benefits
hc had derived through being a member. He knew of no better place where
one meets more kinds of life, more
different church people, men with
more views and ways than in a Y. M.
C. A. Each man has some talen which"
would be nn aid to his neighbors.
Mr. F. O. Canfield was the last
speaker on the program giving a general' resume of the work and benefits
derived by a healthful athletic life.
One can flnd men, stated the speaker,
who are splendid examplem in .��ime
cases, but are complete failure? In
others. What we should all try to do
Is to become as near perfect as possible. It is a splendid sight to see a
man with a well developed brain, who
can see things ahead. They are making footprint." In the sands of time
and we should attempt to follow them.
have chopped the struggling people lo>
pieces and lt was difficult for the
small boats to get to those caught between the vessel and the pier, although.
all were finally rescued.
It Is believed that every one on the
gangway when the accident happened'
has been accounted for, but to make
certain that no one went to the bottom
and was caught In the piling, diver#
were ordered to explore the slip thor-
���A
GOUIN WIU NOT
REPLACE LAURIER
Styles Rumor Ridiculous���Also Denies
Creation of Minister of Public      T
.   Instruction.      r, *\
NEW G. N. R. REPOT.
Quebec, May 19.���Interviewed on "
the rumor that he would enter Federal politics as leader of the Liberal
opposition to replace Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Lomer Gouln, Premier off
Quebec, yesterday styled the rumew
as ridiculous. He also denied emphatically that he contemplated the creation of a Minister of Public Instruction.
Mr. Godfroy Langlois, Independent
Liberal, who scored such a signal victory In the St. Louis division of Montreal with a platform of advanced educational methods, said today that lft"
the Government had not already decided on a change ln the school! sys
tem,   which   was   necessary, it  soon
Plans Practically Settled���-Mayor Leo  w��u'��l.     He said kle election   demon-
ln Conference with Officials. , ��trated that   the people   of Montreal i
... .i-    ���������- I were tired of the old conditions   un~-
As the outcome of a conference   be-   dfcr whlch a quarter mmion fHiterat��
i^ween representatives    of   the   Great  children   were    permitted    to    ex.st.
and    Mayor    Lee   while the price   of school   books war.
Northern    railway
which took place at the   end   of   last   prohibitively high.
week it is practically titled that a, n WM rumored today atter the.,
new depot w.ll be built In this city for flrst glttlng 0f the provincial cabinet
the accommodation of the road. | thM the pTe7nl��� woul(1 nmtta��� ���,���
Mr. Louis    J   Hllh    president    and  st. John', seat to the Hon. J. E. Ca-
manager   of   the   G. N. R., Mr. Carl   r&���. the defeated   Mmleter   off'Afcn-
Gray, vice-president, Mr. N.    J.    Cos-  cuUure.    otherwise  Hpn.  C.  R. Dev-
cos*t, Mt 3 H. OINell, super.ntendent,   igka��,lng t0 Mr. Oaron.
and Mr. J. K. Burns, agent ln Vancou-	
ver, formed the official party.
It is stipulated that   the   company  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOr
shall give a proper approach to    the!O r*
depot, either by a s.vltchback walk, a
grade not exceeding 10 per cant., or by
a walk alongside the present roadway,
the approach to be well lighted.
It will be remembered that the railway commission at Its last sess'on in
Vancouver ordered that the depot be
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NCWIiCE TO SCRStUUBHRS,
Owing to the damage to thd
Newe office early Sunday
morning from flre and water It
has been found impossible to
ipubllsh the regular Issue of the O
^.&��^^i!^E?aK  2   ^ek.y News this week.   Sub-   S
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with t*e title to the land at the-febt  O   scrlbera
are consequently being   O
of the bridge bave hitherto ;not    been  6   supp,Toa"^h    ^e7  of   tno   O
settled,    tt Is likely that definite   ah-,0   Wretttmirirter DaiVN>wi n
nouncempnt�� art)I i����n  h. ���,��,i��    -���-   I n *  .-.ma. u
nouncements will soon be made   con-J
ceralng the innovations propesed.
locoooooociaoucroGsoQas *    JPA01NTW0
i
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1912.
1
j Classified Advertising
AUSTRALIA   STARTS   TO
GET   AMERICAN   HETOT-iERS
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(   One cent per word for day.
Pour cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less" than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices DOc per insertion.
��������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���ROOM AND BOARD IN
private home for man and wife,
near business section.    Apply  Hox
v   68 News.
WANTED���AT ONCE, YOl'NG MAN
of good address, about 18 years   of
1 age, for financial institution. Apply
In own handwriting to Port Office
Box C.
HVANTED���C.1HL FOR HOUSEWORK
and cooking. Apply i09 Queens
avenue.
WANTKli-ClltL AT
Citv Laundry.
THE   HOYAL
WANTED SIX Oil SEVEN-ROOM
house, modern, on large lot, near
carline, Owners only apply to J. W.
McCallum. IS Westminster Trust
Block.   Phone 434.
WANTED ��� BOOKKEEPER, THOR-
oughly experienced, wants position.
���   Highest references. Address Box (iii,
���   News office.
WANTED���8 Oil 10 CARPENTERS,
$4.25 for eight hours. Call at TH',
Fifth sireet.
WANTED���CARPENTERS AT ONCE,
union    scale.     Call   at  Huh   Cigar
SI ore.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hustings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diatciy. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room '. Lavery hlock,
WANTED ��� A ROOM WITH THE
privilege of practising on the piano
one hour evenings, by pl?in work-
lflgman. Please state term.-. Address  Box 77, Daily News office.
TO RENT.
TO It ENT ���TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply tin 4 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 404 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 7iiii City.
TO RENT���ROOM, BOARD   IF   DE
sired.    1020 Third avenue.
TO RENT���TWO SUITES OF FURN-
ished housekeeping rooms on the
corner of Agnes and Dufferin. Telephone L 638,
KOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.    Apply 11. P. Vidal & Co.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeplng rooms at 224 Seventh
Street.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
st reet.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
CLOSE IN DOUBLE CORNER���On
Sixtli stieet, 132 feet fronlauc;
good business property, all cleared.
Tin's property is 102 feet deep, to
lane. Price $9500; one-ihird cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS mouths. No.
195.
IN  BURNABY, NEAR  EDMOND5
station���Four good lots facing on
the car line;  all    cleared    and    In
glass.    These are a snap al
one-quarter cash, balance 6,  . ! aad
18 months.    No. 199.'
A BURNABY CORNER���At tho corner of Sixth avenue an;lr Fou '
street. Price $1400; ore' isrtffi
casli. balance 0, 12 and 13 tnoni[ ;
No. 42.
BIG LOT ON LONDON STREET���
Size 50x132, Price ��� '��� I pne-tb',r3
cash, halaiico 0, 12 and' 1 m
No. 133.
WANTKD -
BohemiuD
depot.
A WAITRESS.   APPLY
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���FEW LOTS FACING ON
Craig street, close to Burnaby Lake
line.     Mostly  cleared.    Prices   reasonable.    Call  CliP  Columbia  street
after li p.m., or phone L Hi,
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
Btreet, city.
POR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.
Market Square.
GOOD 8EVENTH    AVENUI    LOT���
si/.e 62x122 lo lane;    hll    i le tr  I.
Price J1100; oi     hi  I     sh, I    anc
6, l- an ��� 1J monihs.    N i. :: ll.
SIX    ROOMED    COTTAGE,    THIRD
avenue -��lre of lot 49x110 root.
Price $2800; one-third cash, balance
ii, 12 and LS moi ths.   No. 256.
SIX R00ME3 MODERN COTTAGE
���In the west end, comer of Edinburgh and Tenth streets. Ask us
tba l lie of tin's.    No. 3! 9.
3</4 ACSZC IN BURNABY���Sorrier cf
Buller and Keii'i's rOads. This If J
a snap at %\ ico jer ai ri. The
terms art cme-tiua'ter cash, balance
6. 12, IH ntid 24 months. ���\\\\n, pro-
perty would ma', e a dandv subdivision.   No. .'.
The People's Trust Cc, Lid.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
Melbourne, Australia, (May 19.���
Hon. John Murray, premier of the
state ot Victoria, and chief secretary,
haa resigned thc preniicrslil'p. He
will remain, however, a minister under Hon. W. A. Watt, state treasurer,
who now assumes the premlerahip.
Other changes ln the reorganization
of the  cabinet are  contemplated.'
The Victorian ministry tieterniined
upon a further scheme of attracting
Americans to the state. Thc govern-
tnent have Inserted In the Canadian
P.: per* advertising matter setting
forth the advantages of the country
ancl the resources thereoif, In the hope
of attracting settlers to that part of
tho commonwealth.
In addition to this advertising
campaign a permanent representative haa Ibeen established at Vancou*
ver, and later a similar office will be
opened lr. Chicago, with the aamte oh-
Jeot in view.
Hon. John Murray, whoso resigrni-"
tlon of the premiership of Vlctsrla Is
announced, threatens a libel aictfon
aginet bhe "Age," a newspaper of
Melbourne, for stating that he (Murray) would havr retired irom the premiership earlier In the year If pub-
lie outcry had not prevented him
from taking the offl e of agent general  in  London.
CONDEMN
i:\<;i rSTTWOMAN TO
i:\ilk   IN   RUSSIA
Warsaw, May 10. It has n iw beeft
ascertained that In a I'dltlon to the
sentem s of four years' pe 1 servitude ImptJ ed on .'': Mali ka, I ���
English �� man ri ceni Ij found ri llty
of belonging I i aii lib ral P
,'ii'tv. Bh ��� his also been v ihd trti ��� ���
to exile fi r life In Siberia,
|.   p   expected     that   the     En        I
m iv   tti e      i 11   tak    i p  the  mal er
wj1 ��j   thi       refe'n  offii e   In     *��� "ctA in.
v. -.*.- . ri ���   it.'    ;��� ���' i >'  ' ���'..
,, ��� i     |     ,,  charg ���  nf    i ompHclty   in
.-, .        ��� .  of   Polish     revelilt! i i tries.
:..'���;���'  i:     rfice  m idi
Lf.ons   I       :       '    a    "��� '   ,;,!"
; :,��� Caar's g ivi mme it, while adr
m ttlns  Mlas  M i     k'a's    mo   ier
i;    ;    i, and her father    a Po   , nad
,   an iturailz d In Ori il   I flta   i    ������
i   ,      ,-,    -,  ,i   ;, rm! iston  to  eh an re
, tti-n   and   the i f r    un
ci, ��� ��� the E silah law his naturaliz i-
tl ��� ��� *,* | : ,.., ., tive ind hli dau's il i
waj a Rufli lan    u'b'i   t.
WSrTOUG
LKXATWES
are   best   for
rslng
mothers because they do
not affect the rer.t of the
system. Mildbutsure. 25c.
a box  at your druggist's.
NATIONAL DHUO   AND CHI MICAL
CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton Ct
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavecrough  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.
p. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
Phona 661.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER,
I'T.OCK
Box  77S
S. C.
WANTED.
NOTICl';.
T wish to thank whoever the parties
are for saving the kodak plates and
paper at the lire Saturday night. 1 am
very grateful for same.
A. KRU.Y,
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for Binginp in the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications \
etating qualifications and salary re-
ciulred to reach the sectary's office
not later lhan noon of June 30.
L.  AVOUY  WHITE,
Secretary   Hoard of  School  Trustees,
New Westminster, Tl.e.
LAND     REGISTRY     AC
T.
^c l.ot ! of Lot B, Block gc, in thc
! Iiv of New Westminster:
Whereas i roof of t!u> less of C< '���
tlfijate of Til e Numbt 10412 \. Issued i'i the name of ( hrlstonher
Brown,  has  he?.n  Hied  in  thi    Ollice
Notice is heieby r-lien that Is
at the expiration of one month Ironi
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a daily newsparer published in
the City of Nev,' Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the siid Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
('. B. KKITH.
District Reeittrar of Titles,
land    Registry Office,  Nev    West-!
minster, i:. C, May n, ioil>.
IMPORT.!:\T ,H IXiMI'-NT.
Miners Win Appeal ti) Privy Council In
Compensation Ca re,
., M ,y   ::���.-- The     row's Nests
p: ���*, i'..:,   Company ha i li sl  tl e ap-
���   f re the  Privy Councll ln  the
a  ol   Kraus  vs,  rrow'--  Neat   i'.'i s
C    '   Company.      The   declt'Ion   Is   a
-. etory f"r the mlhew, and Is one of
tl .   -.i.  ���: important affecting labor In
Brltli h i lolumbla ever ree irde I.    Unci r th i 6 clslon  the right of f irelgn
dependents   haa   been   established   toi
|   . .��� . ii  under the   Provincial    Worlc-j
I mi n't - Compensation Act.
Hi.-��>ry  ��f the   Caae.
1     Kraus was a miner   In the employ
oi   the Crow's   Nest   Pasa   Company,
land mot hla 'l.-uh by n mine an-l'l'nl.
\\i\-. wife an,i family lived  In Austria,
land  v;hen a claim was entered unl r
the    Workmen's    Compensation     Act
the  i'. ten e  w ls  raised   by  Mr,   B,   P. |
Davi     K.   '.. that the act ci uld  not
.- ,    i '    depen lents   li'. Ing   outside
the province,    it was argued that ��� n?
Bri   - i i Joluml 11 c ml I   inly legislate
for provincial   iffaira, a foreign plain-
mid nor : ecura benefit* under ai , (;irry ou.  ,.,,-. .,,, ,
prjvin lal act.    It was further argued j
thai  as the  intent of the act ��us to
Al plications  for    tho    ; os I !< -     o
i ni   Lo ihi   b' oofs.     Si    'ti.-
���j: the Ne .��� Wesl mil * ar Progrc
Vs ociation        Api lii a' Ions     statlni
lilci  i as a> I bbIi ry re itili id    I
n   ch  lha tin le Bigni d al B 18 Colum-
i-i   rt ec   ���   i   later tb ch    bo< n    oi
. I   ��� :���;. i Dr May.    Publicity
man preferred.
T. D, SHERRIFF,
1 tOnorary Secretary
CITY 07 NEW WE6TMINSTER,
Tene'e-o for SWrm Sev/srs,
Tl e Coi; oration lm ll   i I  adi rs ro
Storm Sewers to be constructed undi ���   i  ur    i ''    different contracts, In
thi  following area :
A rea  1    First   i    I   let   ad  :-" n ets
Area 2- Fourth Stn   t,
Area 3���Fifth Street,
Area -1���Si- th SI    et,
Plan?,   s; c Ifications   an I    furtbe:
information  can  be obtained  In  thi
'o.Tice of ihe City Engineer.
Tenders to l.e delivered tn the un-
derslgned riot later than E o'clock on
the .'-'it'i da of May. lfi!::. ae^om
panled by a cheok for E ier cent, or
the amount of tender.
The lo��\cst  tender not  necessarily
acceptedi
W. A. DUNCAN,
City dor!:.
Citj
terms nnd conditions as to the payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Council may by bylaw
in ihat behalf regulate and determine
und also to make the said assessment.
Dated this   15th   dav of May, 1912.
W, A.  DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Dale of first publication Kith May,
1012.
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local      Improvement     Notice ��� First
and   Second  Streets  Storm   Sewer
Area.
The Municipal  Council  of the City  eny to be assessed
Hull.   Mny   IC,
CiTY     OF     f.EW    WESTMINSTER.
Local    Improvement    Notice ��� Sixth
Street Sewer Area.
Tho Municipal Council of the   City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined  and specified   tha;
of New Weatmlnster, bavlng by resolution, determined and specified that It
is desirable to carry out tlie following works of laying Main Storm Sewers and works contingent, thereto on
tlie following streets:
Second  street  fiom   Royal  avenue
to Elgin street.
Kirst  street fro:a  Royal avenue t'o,
St. Patrick atreet.
St.  Patrick   from   Flrat   to   Third
slroets.
Fourth  avenue  from   First   to  Second streets.
Arbutus sti cot.
Emory  street.
Third avenue from First lo Second
streetB.
Queens avenue from Flrr.t t;> Third
I i ets.
Manitoba Btreet.
Peele stn et
i on son ���; eet.
Park Row.
Vancou tor street
(Danville street
Royal a onue from Third streel t
McBride Boi ' ivard.
I.- oj old ' lace.
An.1 that said w r'-ci carried oui
In ai o< '���-* ice iVith the : ��������� ; ;-': -; "
th<> "Local Impror ei it ������ I Sen i ai !'. -
law 1012."
And the I Ity Engineer and City A.*j
sei sbr  ha. lni   re] oi fed to I tn   !,,: in-
111 In accordani e ������ Ith the ji o ���
of  the   said   bylai        - .   th
works ii Ing stati ..   nti  Bbovvin    th
amounts eEtl iab I  to be   chai peab i
against  the various   port!
;���: iporl     to bi   i.i aeflte I by I
worl'. .   d otbei   pari     Iar3 an
eai!  i,-. orts of the        '    :   ���
:;��� er :'.ud  Citj    '���    *��� - ���.   1 ILl
.:;'- pled Di       '     Cl   IHI II.
Notice ;. [ven that thi       '.'
.;���.,,       i for ii . .:
oilce of thi     Itj ai       or, ( Ity Kail,'
' lol ;:nbi;;   . treet,   Ne ���:   \.'i .-i Diin itei.
". '.'.. and    thai   unless   a   petll on
against   tho   pro;o    i   ��������� ori -   above
mentioned sl ned  by a   majority of.
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or cl irged in re-
s eel of such works   representing  al
least one half In vali    thereof l^pre-
���< nted to the Co mcli  within   flfteen
days from ihe date or the first publication - " this nor;,., the Council will
'rn.red  with the proposed .Improvements under such   terms and   conditions as to the payment of the costs;
of such Improvements as t'ie Council
may may b.v bylaw in that behalf regulate   and    dote: mine   and     also   tr
nnke tho raid assessment.
Dated  thla l.'.th   dav of Ma-,  1018
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Pate of first publication   Kith  May.
cil In accordance with tho provisions
of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to Ire benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said -reports or the said City Engineer
and City Assessor liaving been udopfe-
ed by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the salt
reports are open for Inspection at th#
sfflce of tbe 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 o<
the owners of the land or real proa*
or charged in re
spect of such works representing ai
kast one balf ln value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from the date of the first puhMr
oatfbn of this notiie th* Council wiU
proceed with the pro; osed Improvements under such terms and conditions as to the fayment of the cost
of sueh improvements as the Councl
may by by-law in that behalf regulate
ami determine uud also to make tlie
said assessment
Dated this   16th day  of   May, 1912.
\V.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date or first publication   lfith May,
1S12.'
CITY
Local
OF     NEW     Vv'ESTMINSTER.
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CITY
Local
OF     NEW
Fifth
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
fte Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster  District.
A certilicale of Indefeasible Title to
ihe above property will lie issued to
Alexander Cruickshank on tbe 20th
ilay of June. \'.t\2, unless In lbe meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to me In writing by a person or
persons clo ini ins an estate or inti '������ I
therein, or in any part thereof.
(.'. S. KEITH,
District Reglstn ' Tltlee
Land Registry Office, New Weatmln
elor, li. C��� May 13, 1912.
Phor.
Office, Curtis Blosk
Tlie person or per i havins in j
r i ��� ������ t ; i - ��� lon the follow-1
In    Title Dei d i rei linj!  to the said   ���
I  ���    -,-i    ;;���'   i��� mi   -' i to dellvi r tbo
��� - ��� i. . i-| ��� - .: _-,',-'i
��� . d,  dnt  d.      ii  ���-':���'.   1904,  from
(ho    BrltUh    Columbia    Corporation,
ii-.���/".>!.   (Forrlitn),     fo     Uexander
o
TO RENT���Two 5'^od houses, ore on
I ond: d    . et t,  . i ������   loonu,  ��� ���������. ios-
sion .!une i, 125 per monlhs;  on
i.i. so    ii i    !��� Ifth    a i oue,    . -,������ i n
roam ,  mo:li mi  i; ime Uate  | ���
.     ;i;   ., 30 pe:   i lonth,
HERE'S A NIFTY BUY���Comfortable
ttie ' hi    e cu  Tenth
r.n' '��� '". | i" nl ri nr.   All bei
i leare :: | lunl d o it In i ill b  i   i
i        errtes nnd other  nn ill fi ill i
I     ��� 'ii   lent   i".   |14 tr   mon ;'
'..  .      " fn iti      i om    i ���'      Pi i '���
.i ei -b. bain   -.    , 12 i tu
18 i   inlh i,   Ko. 40.
cr-i-i sbnn*. of ' ���'' 05,   Gr lUy   Two
12), yew \Vestnllr.ster District.
W'HITTSSIDB &  EDMONDS,
f:o'ici:or:r for Applicant
N.EIGHTH   AVENUE-
lot,   lane at  rear,
XO.    ii.
OWNER Will consider
Highest Casli Offer for
the following property
in bulk;
Subdivisions 03 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.    Address : j
1INVFSTORS'
SOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE PhL.i.
AND   LOT    for    $3000,   five
r i .       roodorn    e ;i opi     I urnai e
rJ ci   h   0, i". ahd 18 months foi
n e,    .'.'o. " I,
ALL MODERN BUNGALOW, $3350,
On Dublin i;; i ��� el; wi II located;
third cash;  6, 12 mt ntbs.    No. 18,
6EVENTH AVENUE ��� Lot between
. ��� ond and Fourth Btreets on south
E'ido; $1500, tbiid cash; terms,
' D. 32.
-Larue builci-
$016:  terms.
HENRY STREET, EDMONDS���Seven
lots ROx'jy, for $525 each. Thesa
are worth looltlug into.   .\o. s.
CHOiCfC BUILDING LOT. con.er Pt.
I trick's and Second street, $5000;
i:.e  132x120.   No,   ll.
Fire,   Aocldi nt,
Auto,  Plate
Employeea' Liability,
Glass  luHiinince.
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Block
ensure the pro vln e fr -m having to
supp r destitute dependents, the
province had no Interest In iiasiing
; attlon to relli . ������ foreign c iun-
: :: im th r ��� pi -,- Itj ot looking
af er ' i.'ir ow n di stitute di pi ndents.
Kraus'  case  n as ta ken   up
\' ���'    '  Federation,  �� h ��� engagi i Mr :
S. S. Taj'  r,  K. C, t '   <"-: le the ca te
f 'r thi .11 :n the Suprem i Co irl  I
before   Mr.    Juatice   I Mi ment.
trial  judge  de I li l   In    (ivor  of  the
nlnei
An app al was then enb i eel by the;
Cr '���'  -   Sei r   Pass C iai    C  mi   n      n
C' mr: of   i ���;������ il wh icld  Mr
I >avl -���'   conti nti in   and    re ersi '1    thi
di 'i-  m  of Mr. Juatl ������ Ch mi nt.
A   fun ier   a]      i     to    th      Prh -. i
|C mn  11 tl li   !di .'  i
irs'  Federation       th  tb
'���'���t "   thl        ���   $ ���     ,;   *.*,,     .;
tire Clemcni    ia i   ri      ���   ..    '  -
lng foreign d killed
In the pi      ���!     ���   .      ���     ���    .   .
Workmen
A ���.    Th re is no furthi
KOPETSKPS  l:t ' t ���, ,i .  , r
IX SUl   ,     :; !: i'. ,  i;: i
New   Tork,   May   I
A Uo 1
0 '   ' M.     I.i  i,"
The    l
hi   l i'        -
mlr.lnig    promoter, .���
lost   her   hu   iand,
:��� mai '-'i'i ol
i- Club,  I* di
tl   ���   In a -. ult  i ir .i.    rei
���'.   mi   o m i  here,
I ii hs m  became so  infai
thi    youns   worn  i        i     he
her throughout thl i . ���
.ul i, travi lng n   nl of tb    line,
tin- !*Chocolata Soldier"  c     ,- .
in i om'.ng known  to meml i
hu band.
Wljson, who mow Ilva i al   '      SVi c I
I'in> -sen ond    street,   Ni w
widely  known   on   the   Pacl ���    c a il
Hi' has flled ault ii'nr divorce,
1 lohson ii ml i Ihs ������ li .*������ Moore, an n i ir
:ih co-respondents, As yet he In unable tn sen r summons on his -.\ irr,
Philadelphia Huh fined.
Cincinnati,  O.,  May   IB,    a  fine  of
$100 was pi �����'��� 'i agalnat the Ph laidel-
iihi.i National League club bj; the Na
tional  B&siiUall Comiplsnlon today for
derolectl in  In   the  .1 If- ihai ;���    of  con
traetual    obligations    with    the Spokane    Cluib    nf    the    Northivcatern
i.i ���:.-������!-. iii regard to the player K;i>-
per:, a-, .v of Vane mver,
from Sixth avenuu to
from Tl.ird street to
from  Fifth   street   to
!���
Sixth ! reel
Sixth Btreet
Sl) th stn e
Ixth 11 ��� ������' to
ins ��o'i:s of iaylng Main Storm sewers a::! works contingent the:eto on
the fi Nov Ing  st reels:
Sixth streel from i larheon to Sixth
avenue.
Sixth avenue from Si\t!i  street  to
Thirl street.
Fourth streel
Firth avenge.
lieuina stieet
Fourth street.
Fifth  iftnue
Sixth sheet.
I.ane lis feet north of Fourth avenue between Fifth and   sixtli   stieet.
Blackford  street  from  Si:;th   street
;:i Fifth streets.
Thlr il avenue  from  Sixth street te
Fourth street.
Lancaster street  from
:o Foui Hi Etreet,
t't. George street from
io Fourth stre t,
Liverpool Etreet  trom
10  FOUI til  street.
Queens ai i uue fr-mi
Fo i h street
Cunningham    street    from     Sixth
iln et to Fourth strei t,
��� rtes Bl reel   irom Blxi h strei ���   I
ITouiHi si"et,
Victoria street from Sixth streel u
Po ir.ii Btreet,
Carnarvon streel from Sl: !'i  Btrci
��� I Fourth streel
ClarlcsOB  strei t   from   Slxtlr   stree
to Church strei r.
��� nd thai said woi' e be cai i le I o i
In accordance ��ll h the i ro' isi ms ol
the ' Local Improvement Gon< ral Bj
law  :"'i2."
And Uie City Engineer and City As
,    ior having reported to the Council In accordance with t'r.o provision
jt   the   said   l>> law   upon   the   Bai '
works vivini. statements showing thi
moi ats estimated to be chargeable
ii fiin.-ii  the  various   iortloas   of rer
', pi ty to be benefited by tlie said
and oth< r i ar'tlculars and the
Id  rerorts of the natd   City England City Assessor having  been
il ��� iti d by tho Council.
S'otlce   is   hereby   given   that   the
';'i topcrts are oren for Inspection
ii   the   oSloe of   the   City  Assesor,
Kail,    Columbia    street,    New
.Vestmlnftter, B, ('., and that unlesB a
el Ition against   the   proposed works
ibove   mentioned   signed by   a   ma-
:iiy of the owners of th��   land   or
eai    property    to    be   assessed   or
lafged in respect, of sueh works rep-
"ntlng at least  one  half itr value
hereof is presented   to the   Council
\ it bin   lifteen  days  from  tho date of
io   nrsl   publication   of   thia   notice
ho council will proceed with the proposed    improvements     under    such
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of Xew Westminster having by resolution determined and speeifled that
it ls desirahle to rarry out the following works of laying Main Storm-sew-
era and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Fifth street from Tiilrd to Shtt
avenue.
Im-irovemert     Notie?���Fourth
Street Storm  Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of Ne.v Westminster havipg by res-
oiiiiion determined and specified thnt
H i; ii. Birahle to carry o-t the icllow-
lug v oi ..- : i' la; lng Main Storm Sew-
era and ivoi is ��� '"��� ''���'���'���' - ���'��� thereto on
������'���;������.'.-..:��� i ��� streets:
Fourth i 'reel Irom Clar! son Etreet
:,) Fifth a' i oue.
Fifth avenue from Third to'Four!h
.-ti< its.
Fourth avenue from Second te
Fourth strei I .
n.:i Btieet irom Fourth to Fifth
avennr -.
Third   avonue   from    Second
Foui i ������'* ������' " ��� .
Pin ��� Bin el   from Third   to   Po
aven u s,
Pean in Etreel ai d right-of-way.
C)i;r< ns    avi i e    froi i    'i bird
i ��� .   : streets,
i I avi ti.:.: rrom Third sti ott to
V Igo ravine.
Cunningham Etreei from Merivale
stn el to 1 '< tn lh strn t,
Agn - street from Merivale street
to Fou; lii st] oet,
luri-'.sn street from Morlvale
street to Blackwood stieet.
Blackwood sine; from Dicl-cnsoa
street  to < arnarvon s;tr?et.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale te
Fourth Btreets.
An 1 thai said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
ihe "lo ���:���.! Improvement General Bv-
lar 1912."
And ti.e   city  Engineer   and   city
1 eeesor    having    reported   to   tlie
Council  in  accordance  with the pro-
i isions op t'ie said' bylaw  men   t\te
saitl  woiks glvlrii;   statements   s'.'.o.'/-
Ing   the   amounts   estimated   to   be
ehargeable   against   the various   roi1-
<; T'   o* real rro"er*v to be benelted
bv t  e tfll  i or* nnd other parti.u-
i.i-3 o-d  'i" Brfid io 'orts of the said
Cit    Fnelneor an' (ity Assessor hav-
Ini   ' i i ii  ado  ted hv llie Cotmcll.
v/estminster. j     yrtiee is hereby given that the said
re;orts  a.e   o;en   for  Insrcetlon   at
t'.ie office of ibe City  Assessor,  City
Hall, Coliimbl.i stieet, New Westminster, B. C. and that unless  a petition
airalnst ' the   i roposed    works   above
mentioned   signed   by  a    majority  ot
the owners  of land  or  real   property
to  be iisses-o-1 or charpeii  In renpect
of  such   works  lepresentln^   at  loist
one half in  value thereof Is presented to the Council within llHoen days
from the dale or the first publication
Lof this iuiUm' the ���ounrtl will proceed
Fifth aveume   f:om   Fourth So Fifth bath the  jxnjorfFil tor>aov��n��a9
|her*��c.h terms wwl WffiTmcsis ns to
venue from T*>"rth toTffth
st!"e*rT��.
Fourth
st t-siatse,
Third a��eriue from Fourth to "Wffch
streets.
And that said works bo carried out
in. accordance with thp provisions of
"Tbo Local Improvement General Bylaw  1912."
And tbe City Engineer and City Assessor having reported  to  the Coun-
the aavriKMrt of The eo?t of such Im-
tMooMBents -��b (he CKmnefl ��miy by
bylaw in thet Wbdlf regulme and determinate afid also to mal;e Hie saW
assessment.
Dated this   lath   day of May. 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of  first  publication  lfith  May,
1912.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds ar.d grades of
LUMBER  FOR   MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the tim�� to build for sale or rent while prices are lew
���r. ���o.-aaira'jEiT msjkjcete
The Man Who Saves You Money
535 FRONT  STREET
Out Of The  High  Rental District
Mas just received three carloads of hluh class furniture from the
Eaat, and owing to the limited space of store room, the whole will
bo sold at exceptionally low prices.
Wo give you special bargains for Friday and Saturday in Snll.l
Ook Pinlnc, Tallies and Chairs, Buffets, Sideboards, Mahogany Parlor
Sets, etc., ete.
Just Walk a Block and Save Dollars
������ MONDAY, MAT 20, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PACE THREH
Round the
Mess
Tahl
e
CY THE  MARTIAN.
The Ti rrituriai Pores iii Oreat Britain, although tts critics are many,
���ii ms to iu maintaining a very i (at:
faoti ry strength, The latest returns
issued, namely for the quarter i-u.l'-
Ing Sn'ding March 8:1, 1912, show ��.-
Sf*l oifk'tTH, ami 269,i7:i non- rommls-
��� I'lic.i oil:-irs and men. The latter,
tiierelore, are but biVelvo lass than
tho highest point yet reach od (April
1,  1 iU0 J.
In the tlrst ciuarter of 1912 there
wore 21,877 reeruits entitled, the best
quarter Bince the second in nun. De-
ducting waatage from various causes
there was a nut Increase In tjie fur e
of 12,8Br. non-i'oiiiniilssloiifd officers
and men. Thu m&rsase for the corresponding quarter of mio and is11
wa ;   714!)   and   7015  respectively.
The number of re-en^aigementa   of
time    expired    men was    .1-6,-JU,    a-s
a.-uinst 12,4n3 last year.
These liKurea show that the force
Is I cconilnjf moro popular, and, ul-
tttouffh more Is expected Olf the Ter-
rltorial to'day, than of the old time
volunteer, and the condition* of ser-
Vii o are harder, the rite of increase
Booms to show that the manhood of
the country Is at last showing a due
appreciation of the fact that the only
way to'avoid cons.rlption Is fur all to
Jiin the citizen army. There are, unfortunately, and I supp.ose always will
kic. a certain number of irresponsible
Individual-) in every country, who
consider it to be "infra dig" to play
at m .idlers, and compulsory training 1*
about the only way of reaching thc-<o
gentry. Until some legislation IS enacted whieh will compel every ail.le-
lodif'd man to undergo a t-oursc of
trilning under arms, the burden of
the defence of the empire wlll alwaya
fall cn the shoulders of those whose
sense of duty Is more fully developed.
Nev, Zealand, Australia and South
Africa have al! adopted an enforce'
���yetem of military training, and ther?
is very ii'.t'e doubt *.ut that Canada
end the Old laml will follow tbe load
Ibtfcre many years have passed.
War Is a terri'.V thing .-in:! it Is
much to be deplored tliat euch a h '-
rnr should be possible in these so-
called enlightened timis, but we must
admit that thi potability, I m'jht
even ray, the probability of an out-
bn ik is ever with uf and woe betid.
us if it <at hes us unprepared, it is
absurd to think that nn army eoul I
be organised and '.rained after the
outbreak  of hostilities,  in  the.--"' days
of telecruphs, steamships nnd railways, rvenln muve rayldly antl a
null.,i, r.-m'.nje content In iv krrb ot
��?lf-ea ilsllcd security to.iny. may ��!>��.-'*>���
In- plflnftpd Into the turmo.l of n
bloody w��r tomnrrmf, Itendlnt-SB IS
the watchword today, and the on'y
assurance we have of peace lie* in
armaments.
In the military column of the Dally
Province of Saturday, then i.s quite e
litt'e controversy between the writer
thereof and a non-commissioned ..ffi-
<ir of the 104th regiment, who is very
naturally indignant at certain slurs
i a.-: at his regiment by my brother
���cr'.lie. At the rime time, the I/anee-
besan knows that there ls "something"
verv wrong here, ai1 which oi' um .1 iei
not?" and rightly considers that the
pre."i-ls Justified ,n criticizing thc
10>4��> regiment as being a publlc concern, supported by funds from the
common wealth. Both are undoubtedly right, but 1 believe the real cause
of the unreft lies more with the conditions of service (which are only ap-
plk-ab'e to a rural community, and not
fi men rtravn from a growing city),
than with the men themselves. In
New Wt ."'.minster we are Just as much
ailve to our s-ense of public duty as.
they are In other cities; and yet we
fall behind >n the race. At one time
ti iv Westminster led the Dominion
with a gun team, now she cannot raiRe
a corporal's guard. There must be a
rea.o.n, and I ,am quite cf the opinion
thnt If It In made posr'ble for men to
carry out their obligations ns Tar as
concerns their annual training without losing their position ln civil life,
ithat the establishment Will sion Incomplete. Anyway It Is time something w��s done. New Westminster
has received a great deal of undeslr-
ab'e publicity on account of the delinquencies of the mlllt.a fbe la supposed to support and the time has
eome when ghe should Insist nn having
a regiment'that ls a standing credit,
���r no regiment at all.
Then Invest Your Money in the Dominion Match Company, Limited.   Large Factory
Now Being Built at City Limits of New Westminster
EDDY, OF HULL, CANADA, has Len burnt, out. four times, yet he ia still
doing nn enoririous business, and paying big dividends,
KliYAXT & MAV, OF LONDON, ENGLAND, obtain oil of their wood for
making matches from tlm l':iitnl States, nm! oil of tlieir woul fcr making
watch boxes oomeJ from Russia, yet they bave made their stockholders rich
am! are still paying big dividends.
THE DIAMOND MATCH COMPANV OF AMERICA paid five niilli.,:, dollars for their patents for making matches, and incorporated tlieir company
for seven rriUIion five hundred thousand*dollars. Their profits were so
large that they have paid out in dividends to tlieir stockholder! forty
million dollars, and also paid as a bonus eight million five hundred thousand
dollars in stock.
THK GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE, realizing the enormous profits in match
making, built its own plant and last ,v��ar made a net profit of six million
allar
NOW
If these companies can pay, and do pay bitf dividends to their stockholders,
with the process of manufacture they have, whereby the process of turning
out a finished match' takes fourteen different operations, with 40 per cent,
loss in material, and whereby they have to asesrnble all of their matches b.v
hand, and it takes J 50 persons to put the matches in their boxes sufficient to
make n carload a day, and pay $05.00 per thousand board feet for their wood,
while we pay $.1.00 per thousand board feet
THEN WHAT DIVIDENDS CAN THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD.,
OF B.C., PAY TO THEIR SHAREHOLDERS?
Manufacturing matches with the Parker's continuous process, where it eliminates the handling of the matches by hand altogethr, has only one continuous
operation, uses wood that costs only $5.00 per thousand board feet, and turns out
the perfect finished match with less than one-half the help.
WHEN WE SAY THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD., OF B.C., WILL
BE ABLE TO PAY 25 PER CENT. TO ITS STOCKHOLDERS  WE   ARE   MORE   TII AN
CONSERVATIVE.
Tin re is no company in the world will be ahle to p-.'oducc matches as cheaply
as our own B.C. Company.   The Dominion Match Co., Ltd.- owne the patents
that will revolutionize the match industry of the entire world, nnd if you have
tho farsightedness to -co into th.e future, and have that faculty of putting,
yonr money in an investment that will pay you big dividends
YOU WILL BUY STOCK IN THE DOMINION MATCH' COMPANY. LTD.,
OF B.C.
The factory is now being built nt New Westminster, and when completed
will turn out one cnrlpnd of matches a day, and as the business warrants it, the
<'l>l>i\��'ity   ni   I Vie   iiliii.l.  will  Ue   Krixlually   ViiartMUMsd.
Tba T>umlnion MaU-li Co., Ltd., are trie owncra of  t\ic Parker's cantAuuoun
process fpr making matches. By a continuous process il mean"! a mechanical
devise whieh refeeives the wood nt one end aud turns ou| a perfect finished
match rt thq other. By this proceia wo can use the cheapest kin,! of wood,
such as alder, spruce, cottonwo .!, etc.
It will be just as impossible for the present manufacturers - f n fcches to
compete with us as it ia for the cobbler to compete with the machine-made
shoes. The following will give you the est of mrikifcg mutches by Parker's
Continuous Process (which is ours) and the Dior Process now used by match
makers of today.
We will take for example tho cosi of making the perfect fini?hed match'
by the case.   A case of matches holds 144 boxes containing BOO mutches each,
whicli will sell at wholesale for $1.50 per case.
���      COST PER CASE.
Parker's Process      Die Process
Our Process       Present Process
Making Matches
Wood Cases $ ,lt;U ft, .]G'.i
Wood  10 1.:;.'
Chemicals  53 r,-
Paraffine   : \-2uj .17M
Cardboard for trays and covers "T'i ��� .87*<4
Printing, wrapping' glue, ink, sand, etc OS'i ,08%
Labor, repairs, etc, ' 27^4 .62%
Vs   _L_
Totals    U.6-7hi $3.22%
% ���   	
Deiluct $1.67'i frcm $4.50 and you will see we will make a profit of $2.8$
per ease.
There are over 500 cases of matches in a carload. This means a profit
of $2.83 per ease.
There nre over 500 ca=es of matches in a carload. This means a profit
of $1,415 per car. Figuring 300 working days each year, there will be a profit
of $424,500 annually. (Understand this is only on one carload per day) or
42 per cent, on the entire capital stock.   .   These figures are not guess work.
Note thnt the saving by our process in the cost of wood alone is $1.20 per
case���there heing COO esses in a carload means a saving in this one item of
$000 per carload, or $100,000 annually.
There is not a company today in the match making business that can
produce or manufacture matches as cheaply as The Dominion Match Co., Ltd.,
because the machines e.re so constructed that they eliminate the handling of
matches by hnnd a::.! use wood that costs us from $5 to $10 per thousand feet
ns against $05 to $c0 per thousand feet for white cork pine used by other
HiauufucUubi-s.    The -living in material and labor by our process is enormous,
which -kVYI enable into \,a.y Y>\g dvvi&enfta. .'     ~    -
By purchasing stock in the Dominion Match Company, Ltd., you are investing your money in a home concern
that, on a very conservative estimate, should pay a dividend of 25 PER CENT. PER ANNUM. DON'T HESITATE to call at WHITE & SHILES' Real Estate Office, 746 Columbia Street, see the machine and place the
application for your stock.   Shares now selling at $10.00 Per Share.   Terms can be arranged:
FRED PHILLIPS, Sales Manager
\
MKNIODIST STATISTICS.
Fat-.irdny  S$**l'm  of B. C.  Methodist
Oonferener.
Victoria, Wtay 19.���Reports on the
church union and on the statistics of
���Methodism In thlg province were received at .yesterday's session af the
Prlt'oh Colum'bla Methodist Conference. The final returns for the vote
on church union are as follows:
Official Boards���For 9B1, against
113, out of 1267. Adult members:
Vor 4725, against 893, out of 8661.
Juniors: For 517. aifilnst 24. out of
J73. Adherents; For 10,15, a^alr.st
70,  out ol   1375.
���i-*,***i* are rhiis 7.263 for and 60Q
ajjalnst, or twelve to one mnlorlty In
favor. The ouirterly 'boards voted
nlee to one In favor of the vote. The
returns will 'bs.forwarded to the gen-
er:il con.'er.em'p secretary.
���  Statistical   Committee.
Tlie statistic!) committee reported,
through Hev. C. Wellesly Whittaker,
of Mission, that the total membership was 12,154, shrttivlnw an increase
of 1423. Contributions to general
wilsslonary purposes, $32,245, showing an Increase of $2953; women's
mlfwlonary society, $6848, showing ar.
Increase of ��943;   church   extension,
$11,483,  showing an  increase of  $3,-
978;   ministerial  support,   $59,760.
During the past year nine, new
churches have been built, representing a value of $S7,500; four new .parsonages valued at $12,964; one cemetery, while there are 147 pteachlns
places In the province.
The question of re-arranging the
system of 'billeting on the Harvar'd
plan was referred to a committee,
Kev. F. H. Stillman pointing out that
tho 'present arrangement ha<l ceased
to be satisfactory.
-    Church    Institutional    ltulliliii;*.
The conference atso expressed commendation of the enterprise shown by
the Vaneouver -districts in seeking to
establish a church Institutional ibuild-
Ing on the Scandinavian ml.'-slon site
on Cordova street. It is proposed to
bulld a six story building, with all the
aceeaiprM Of a modern church 'building, an'd to add to the revenue by
renting the rooms albove. The report
was presented by Rev. A. M. Sanford,
who has been one of the moi?t energetic worker* In tho Methodist
church extension movement in Vaneouver. Thero will be a church and
manse on the louver floor, a banqueting room ln the basement, and 137
rorums pibove to bo let for apartment
purposes. There will also be a school
room, library and other modern
Methodist church_,adjuncts. The re-,
port proposed to Wise a mortgage olf
$70,000 and subscribe the (balance,
about $150,000, from the Methodists
or the province. Permission was asked to name a committee to suggest
additional trustees to mission In order to se6 the matter through.
Recommendation Adopted.
Rev. C. M. Tate was of the opinion
that the mortgage would be oo large
as to cripple the building. In assuring that a tenant had already been
secured for tht rooms, taking a flve-
year lease, Rev. R. Newton Powell
paid the site was worth about $80.-
000, having advanced from the few
thousands given for it eight yean*
ago. They could clear $12,000 a year
and have a church seating 600 to 700
persons with a manse free for serviced and "accommodation. The time
had come when the Methodists of Vancouver wanted headquarters ln the
heart of Yancouver.
The recommendation was adopted
and H was left with the chairman of
the district to name the committee.
The conference adjourned until
Monday, 1       > i .
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TUESDAY, MAV 2 8
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Do Not Waste Money
Sav* a little systematically, for it la tke stuff that th* foua-
datlons ot wealth and happiness ar* built of.
Money may be used In two way*; to spend for whnt 1*
needed now aud to Invest tor what ahall b* needed ta th* future.   Money cannot be Invested untll It la flrat saved.
PROTECT VOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorlaed Capital, $2,000,00$.     Columbia, corner Eighth atreet
A. L. uEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
BRUSH UP !
Everybody needs at least ONE   good   Whisk,
variety, prices from 20c to 75c.
Here   ar* a great
WHISKS
with solid ebony handles,
with braided straw handles,
with wire wound handles,
with nickel silver handle*.
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HOULT TAILS TO
GCT SELECTION
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1912.
I        THK   HARBOR   QUESTION.
Van.'Oliver Is belnnlng to regret.
Here is vvhai I.ady Van has to say
about that city's harbor with a
path, tir reference to the Westminster
.papers.
'Thai was a pretty bard Blap the
Westminster newapa/pera gave A'an-
eouver the other day When the announcement na.s made concerning the
proposed v.i-w duck system for the
Royal City. They explained how Cor-
tusalu Westminster was, since it
owned all of Its waterfront and waa
thus in a position to reap any har-
*"\ vent   that   came    along.      And    all
through it i'i.uM be seen a superior
attitude i"\v;lrd the Dig nelghibor���
Vancouver, The latter city could be
Imagined as standing with its thiwnb
In Its mouth, and ln an attitude of
envy over the little ^ity tliat bad
been foreslghted enough to bold its
waterfront for Its own. And somehow one could see Weatmlnster looking through its long-distan.ee glasses
at thi bits of waterfront owned by
\'ar..renv, r and which are so ncatt.rc.l
that tbey look like warts on a thigh
��I tbe city.
"Bverythmg has a tincture of Panama in lt these days. Vancouver wll!
have to do s'me high-stepping to keep
up with what the other coast cities
are doing. But do wbat it will it Will
always deserve the cut contained in
the words of the Westminster newspapers. Hlndsightednesa ma., be excellent, but it. commercial value does
not begin where COreslghtedness
leaves off, Oh, Yancouver, iwby did
you do it'.'"
OonsUMPPto Dissatisfaction with   tho
Tlinekeopor's Actions���Some Fast
Times.
It  i.s largely Tine to the  courtesy of
the    Hritish     Columbian     that     the
Daily News has been enaibled to publish   thi*   morning.     Damage   done   by
valor  from   the   flre  In   the     building
prevented     the   use   of  this    paper's
om-Tj     linotype     machinery,   and     the
copy  was  all   set  ln   the     Columbian
O/Tke.
The 13. C. A. A. U. has deeidod to
send tho following athlete* to the
final I'ma.lian Olympic trials which
will hi held  in  Montreal  on June  S:
Ounc Glllla, A ancouver���Hammer
and discus.
Tom Gallon, Victoria���4 40 yards.
11. B, lioasley, Victoria���100 yards.
II. H. Chandler (reserve), Vancouver���10,000 metres,
The trials which wore held on lite
Brockton Point grounds in Vancouver Saturday afternoon furnished few
surprises. Jack Hoult, the Columbian
college runner, whose recent perform.
ances hud made local sporting enthusiasts take an interest in this cily
being represented in tbe coming meel
in Montreal, found the pace of A.
Copping, the V. A. C, boy, too fast in
the 410, Hoult coming in second With
live yards between the two. Copping,
however, did not qualify for the trip,
the officials taking the stand that ho
would have no show against, the
i racks of the East. Frank McConnell
repeated his    trick    of    beating    llal
Beasley, fhe Victoria sprinter, in tho
1 ou and 220, making the former, according to the timers, in ten seconds
flat. In the 220 he is said to have
made it in 22 and 2-6 seconds, a new
It. C, re.'unl. Taking into consideration the condition of the track on
Saturday, wbleh was anything but
good, one has reason to suspect tic
correctness of the officials' time, as
under ordinary conditions a runner
Of this calibre should easily beat the
world's record. The coming trials in
Montreal will no doubt be run with
the most capable officials In the Dominion In charge and until tben the
time  of the   Vancouver  speed  artist
Will   remain  Aery   much   in   doubt.
According to many local sporting
men who witnessed Saturday's trials.
the work of the official timekeeper,
Colin Marshall, left much to be desired, fu regular track circles, a
timekeeper Is there for the purpos.
of starting the runners and not Cor
acting in any coaching capacity,
wliich Marshall is alleged to ha'e
done. Tbis is net the only time tho
11.   C.   A.  A.   IJ.   has  given   grounds   to
be criticized, and the sooner they get
Wise tc. the fact that the public demand all events to be above board
and suspicion, the more their efforts
to elevate athletics In this province
will meet  \��Itli slid e.-s.
roptitlously into the nearest gutter, a
piece of bread. He listens for the footsteps to come nearer and then darts
toward the ���crust, presses it to his lips
and looks with gratitude to heaven
and pretends to eat the bread. The
���comedy usually brings him at least a
nickel.
Prank Richards, the "busted student," is always albout to commit suicide.
"Can you let me have the loan of a
dime," asks Richards In a pleading
\oice that seems muffled with a so.li.
"I am not a panhandler, 1 am from a
good family, but you know how it is,
I wont the wrong road. I will take
my life tonight unless I get some place
to sleep and a bite to eat."
Richards hns been on the verge of
committing sui:ide for years. Cold
nights tire his ���choice for announcing
this determination.
One night some months ago. Richards waa nabbed b.v the police while
doing his panhandling stunt on
Broadway, When he came to lbe arraigned before a magistrate, a well-
dressed man entered the courtroom
and announced that he was the beggar's brother.
"He Is a wayward fellow, your honor," said the well dressed man, '"but
I'll take him home."
The "brother" was a "hard boiled"
panhandler himself.
The oldest beggar In Xew York is
snld to be Adelaide Bolhc.sky, who Hi
now Oa. Rather than be sent to the
almshouse she prefers running the
risk of being arrested and "hangl
out" on  the  Bowery and lower  East
Side. She bas a weuther-lbeaten visage   that   is   as   full   as   crease-     as   a
railroad map Is of lines. ii,r eyes,
however, bave not lost their . e a-
nes mu- her minvl tbc ounirlnig in ces-
sary to be a successful mendicant.
'Tben  there  Is  Ivlward   Dun  an,  who
has  listened   to   the   pipings    of   ihv
mermaids  of   the   city   Withi 111   '.:: ,,i'.ng
himself to the mast. '���* Isn't a hard
luck story he ti lie. 1 luu ��� in doesn't
���want you to think that. He Is Just a
sailor wh.. after a trying voyage s '.c-
cumb. d to the : i pi tli ns i t the
land and Is anxious I . rejoin his ship
before It  sa'ls,
Sun I'ernhflrd al!a Loon '"ran-
cois, i' u I 'i'l-';. dressi -; :' '���:������ a
Pri ��� ���':  . an-dy cn :  wears a   i ile,
Hlc, car ���    a crest, and hi   mon iy
is a'way.-. heinc ?pnl ft m Paris t i
th.-  Washingti   i   French   embassy   ir-
[stead   of  direct  to    New  York. ..    lie I
(needs  only a small  loan until it ar-|
rives.
Some   other    beggars    are    Lillian I
Phillips,  who .pretends to represent a I
charitable    Institution;   Arthur    Hop- |
kins,  who is a letter writer and  uses
hotel   stationary,   and   Albert   Martin,
"a machinist out of work," who averages $10 a day.
AL. \v. GILLIS, manager
Three Days Starting Monday
Feature supreme
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introducing Adalbert Miller,
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WARREN WOODSON
The man who ran convi rse
wit'll birds In their language,
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Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
Builders and Contractors
V.'e have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Tradim;
Company anl win continue the huBlness with a larger and more
complete stock  of lumber.    A  trial solicited.
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Mills at Vanoouver, New Westminster and  Crescent  Valley,  it. c.
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C Tigers lvcpt Word.
���Philadelphia, May 19.���Vasciball
fiist.iry was made here yesterday
��!ir:, tiie players of the Detroit American Leagui Baseball ."ml. went on
strike and refused to play ihe scheduled game with the Philadelphia
team becauae Ban Johnson, president ft the league, had refused to
lift the suspension against Ty
v.iiP* for striking a spectator In New
York. As a consequence, Philr.Jcl-
phia dfeated a makeshift team, plac-
ett in the field by Manager Jennings
21  to 2.
The Detroit team was made up
mostly of Philadelphia amateur players with the addition of MksGuire and
Buffden, employed by the western
club as scouts.
The regular Detroit players were
iU the ball park, but v nen tbey learned after a short practice that Cotft)
would not be permitted to play, they
returned to their hotel. While the
grime was belr.s played they 'discussed the situation and every one questioned said he felt that the suspension
of Co-Wb was an outrage and thej'
would.?tand     together.
Tlie players expressed the best feeling toward the owners of the Detroit
Clufl), but wero outspoken in their
��� criticism df Mr. Johnson. They said
that if the matter was not settled they
ininht go on a ''barnstorming" tour.
Connie Fuck, manager at the Philadelphia Americans, said tonight Da-
troll had placed a team in the held
according to the rubs and that
had play, il and won tho game.
would not comment further.
he
He
Nanaimo   Progress   Club,
Xanadu", M.y I1...- -,\t a well-attended meeting ol tha Progress cluo
discussed at  length the questions ot
faOW    besl    tO   make     Nai;..ini"     l<:   'Wn
and  the providing of accommodation
and     amusement   for   tb"      th      land      'o .".���:..���������.   at   At'ant' ���   rity
American   Coins   Sxhhk.
Stanford L'nlyer&Ity. Cal., May !9.���
line iWorarl recur., wan lr. ken at t'.ie
Pacific ec l trials tor member '. i
on the !������ m to reprei ml thi I I i
states hs the ' d.\ mpl garni 3 at
Stockholm, ^w$den, held on Btanford
Held, yesterday, . ith r v .rl I' mai It
was equal!) d, an I I: all ... :,:- the
performances were of exceptional):
high standard.
George 11  i Ine, the iwt ational high
jumper af   Stai [ r I,  \\'.  ise  r.    ird  n
6  feet 6  1-2  in. hea h is }u I  rccelv.
official   reci gnltlon,   ��� li ared   thi      i -
at  n  feat   "   Inches,    . itab tolling   ie-
yond   il'.n: it   hia  - aim   to  the   .    rl I'
championship   and   cine ilng   a   placi
on   the   Anc. r c in     t am     at   St i it-
hotm.
TRICKS  TO   GET  MILLION'S.
Estimates vary as to  tbe am , ml   erf
money   ta,<er,   in   by   th -".'ars    ol
New York in the course of a yi tr
Recently, authorities un that phase ol
life In the metrij">'i. say, it his \ar-
ied all the way from ?,",,.ii.in.ii ni tc
$15,(100,000.
. Th. re are many kinds of beggars,
For Instance,, ffiere la Ma cl Marin-
son. S>he la the- "bcigus nun." Ther
there Is Ilennan Triel>ener, who pretends ti be a G. rman notol !n in
named  Baron  von  Manteuffef.      Sam
Berohard  calls  himself  i �� Marlon
Francois count d'Este, ���> French Iout-
1st here I fofger iv, lewlth ri pr
sent* himself as an Austrlam ott er,
while l-"r. d iti'ccr In thc character ot
a "ill.-'i'c,'i!is!i. ,i j >nrnall*t" m kes i
specialty of t>orrowlng money fr m
ptfbllc men. J..!m A. i 'r i ,*rl ���. I ������ ,
letter ivTltM a-ii dupes women ��������� tl
the protnjsa uf marrying I mm. 1': i
HI huriU'is a atrand-ed stsdent, Fred
l'l-i.eks *-. ileetr.be-l as one . f tb ���
a i'   :     ;    :n    the      buslne. r. lie      i-
known stmns i'l* a loclates as "Brlt-
i<h." and i" a sti thai he -. it *\ "���<'.
from  Charles   M.   Bchwnb,   the    .-:���
ono aftei ���
W. R. GILLEY, Pbone 12?. 0. F.. GILLEY, Phone 291
Phone.-., Of/Ice 15 and 13.
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*mmjasmssamwmnmi*r*m*m ii iimj^;.-.- -���**:-[.^"������atfx^A-tssvmmmmimBi
Miss ii \zi:i, >iii.i.i:h
"f the Three Millers  u ths Koyal Theatre today.
fe's
<**srtH��u��^TJanru��gan��e��i����M��i��.��^����r-^
t.Vk��^aaa.uag
who are expected to be brought hers
���.luring  lh.-  summer    by   the   *'���
Princess Patricia.
it wan decided thai the momibers of
Oi ii    j  a talc h!   wor.
The benrart of N w V .r'< aro clan-
M.i.t.,!  by the polh a.     There nre tho
".���'a.   i   phi."   Who   carry   canes     and
ii
d'ojb   v,*     thi ! ���  'hi -���'      i (fort     :������   -':' '��� !' :  '"  | "   '"1" :  tho '".or.'.-;,'
,-  :' [t;    ��������� ��� '    m ��� tr.��� utlve
:   r Visitors and  lo a       I   thc C    P.   ll.
io ' rins ne ol ' I ler   ;���. :��� ���. iim i,
have Imitation   wouVids;    the "throw
cu:."   .eh',   r.,ire, at     themselves   ai
iral; lie.--; |  t'ie  "hlg.h    heels,"    whi
h ear i n    orthopi li    bo t to give th.
:| of hip dia RSS! ths "hard boiled," wh" wear olassy garments, and
ibe   "floppere,"   who  Ct op  .1 .wn    on
Murdi ri r   Most   ?!,'..!:.
:��� ��� in,  May    ID.    ��� '���'   ��� 11    MacDou
:���*-,  was found   gwIH>  of   murder   at jthe nldewaJk.    Tha last  are  regordi 1
���   e Augi-M A."-i/.:.-'  u i senten ed   to as thi   cheoip-akatea among  the bog-
.bath  nil  Augu-t  9,       On  a   moonlight    ..,,        ... ,|
night    last  winter, during    a  whisky       y,*, ,  , ���_.,    .,,, ,.,.. ,;11,.h ,lf j360
h ami a mi iniirht quarrel he ki!
Ills cousin,   David  MaoDoUgall.
Heari   nti   Hl-lii   Side.
Paris, May l;'.--A gailor on   hoard
Uli ship    Patrie    has    su'di :.'*y
'. Into pr unlnce In the mt dii U
i   .y 1 he i'i-"' very that hls bean
is ' li the r, ���'..! . Ida and the otlher or-
re  all   on   tho  wrong    side  of
��� ��� |r tha bi [gars.  1 te w .-���
"do ng'1 At.mt c City,    He r snlze .
':'   ��� ���'��� wah, ai a  used all  hi    Ing n
ulty I ��� ivhi   v.- a }���:; trom the   itet
man.     Vv. i \   Mr.  P ���' sv :'���     Is  allei
to  han o  dun pe I    the c. r.teni      uf a
I" .".���!���!   Into   thl     M :���: ������  ������ !,   il   I '���,-;.  T'ic
roll   was said   b>   Uritl   i     to contain
$360.
Leon    Lemalre,   a   Fn nchman,   " :
yenrs old, Is a star panhandler   lie Is
med     In     baggardinn     a
In   the   nc' He   ���   ���ni;il':i ed    "crust   lh''<.w.r."     Tbe 'imlice     sav   h
health n      :     aind thi   doctors hss plenty erf miney, but he sticks i
���  'i  that his '; i r was    n  the li fl inj i tiling,
'���-''���'      A   f'.rt.icr examination   showed       He   watches   for  a   victim    to    Ome
:  hai  all  his ..rg.n; .:���   twisted. down   the str, et,   tin-   he   toss s sur-
���������:���' ;��� thoy ar       p|  *\ to be. This years old, is
���  ".   af  nature   hai   seri   d   tor  five   wbat   Is  ter
sin
.'jnStZtVjtMdiv* ja ..
i "fttf,"'>-sttijnhiil;_LiLi
Can she draw a check ?
The modern housewife has a bank
account. It means money saved
and a correct accounting for
money expended. No guessing
how much the household expenses are when you have a cheque
book to refer to.
The People's Trust Company will
be glad to have your wife's account
and will take pains to show her
how to conduct her banking.
She can open an account with as
low as $1.00.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE fiEORGE"      S.S. "PRINCE HliPEIF
to    Prince     Rupert     Mondays, to   Prince   Rupert   Thurs:laya,
midnight, connectiug for Granby midnight, connecting for Quaea
Bay and Stewart. Charlotte leland points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdaye and Tuesdays at midnight
Victoria Day Excursion
VICTORIA  AND   RETURN $2.70.
Steamer Leaves Vancouver, 12:10 a.m., May 22: ���
Tickets Good for Return until  MFay 27.
Rail Tickets to .-ill Points.    General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steumu
ship Lines.
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Phone Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER, B.C.     527 Granville- Strwet.
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INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave li. C. E, R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 5:00, 5:45 ami
ti:4!> a.m. anil every 16 mlnute3
thereafter until LOiOO p.m. After 10:00 p.m. hulf hourly service until  midnight.
Sunday Hei \ Ice.���Cars leavo
for Vanoouver at 6.:UU, 7:00,
8:00, K::i0, i):00 and 11:30 a.m.
Regular week day Bervlce prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster fnr Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch���Cars leave
B .C. E. K. Co. station for Vnncouver at 5:45. (1:45 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. ni. and late car
at 11:80 p. m.
alter unit late car at 11:20 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver ut
8:20.
Lulu     Island      Branch (To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leavo B. C. E. R, Co. station at
7:00 a.m. nnd hourly thereafter
untll 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves nt 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day Bervlce thereafter.
Freight Service.���I.eave New
Weatmlnster for Vnn. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch.��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and wav points
at 9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 0:10. For
MunlliiKilon and way points at
4:05 p.m.
BRIflSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. MONDAY, MAT 20, 1812.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
5PORT5
ALL READY FOR
LIRST BATLLE
t
Westminster Uici-omhc spon,-. Fun   of
AsHuraiiec���.Major tree to Fuco
or I tall.
Next Friday, Emp.ro Day, tho first
-gun in the lacrosse battle will be fired
on Queens park, when thc Minto cup
.koMers vvill Invade the city and attempt the trick ao often tried but rarely successful, thajt of defeating the
Salmon llclllea In the opening game.
The honor of facing the ball at the
initial contest will go to Mayor John
A. Lee, who has consented to speak
the customary words of advice to thc
contenting teams. The chief magistrate of Vancouver, Mayor Findlay,
whi. Is an ardent aport, ls coming over
with the Ttrmlnal City contingent so
It will be somo pumpkins in officialdom, Can.lorn, etc., even if the players
ami game are omitted.
'l'he sports In thla city, who shake
their huuls when a victory for the red
.^hirtvi I.s mentioned, are few and far
between, Never before was such Interim .shown ln professional lacrosse
as this s.asun. The fans here in the
��� olty nre placing their confidence In the
Royals regaining the Minto cup, while
In Vanoouver, they are equally certain ni' holding on to the battered
trophy another year at least. Strange
to say, after the smoke of battle between the Kast aanj West ha.s cleared
BTVay, no Interest ls being shown as to
the i hances of tlte lea.l.rs of the Bi;,'
Four or the N. L. U, coming to the
coas>t and annexing the world's cham-
plon-lilp emblem. One thing Is cer-
taln, any visiting team has got to
show more class than thi- Tecumsehs
did last fall, if they want to come ln
si ��� '.'     [dlsl .'ne of the trophy.
Westminster with the exception   of
i ���    . Belt] tho same team at
last ison. VV th consistent braining
dOi I i ��� i-t i'.iw ivei ks, they all re-
). i thi elves In the pink of condi
tion and ii' ever a  manager was con-
ftd m of   i Inning, M la Managi r i Iray
Alia mgh io IMier Con J mi a   ���:   \\
i ;���: ���    h ve announ led    t hi Ir   llm -up
t .:��� ib .n^ trill pn b tbly be ci rr�� I:
Wi ��� tminster. Vane >uv< r.
.Goal
Clarl m.   '
Point,
T. Clifford   Griffith
Cover dint.
j. ii  way  rameron
First  iH'fence.
J. i::,.'i'.>r.l   . .... Pickering
Second  Defence,
0. Rennie Ion
Third Defence.
T. Rl nnic Godfrey
Centre.
c. :-'..r>.g  Matheson
Th.rj Home,
av. Turnbull Mnn iy
Sei ' nd  Home.
Win:, mute      MtOregor
Fir.-i; Home.
Feeney Carl r
iititside 11. me.
1. Turnbull BIoDougall
Inside Home.
O. sprlm; Lalonde
Flerheller, Gunn, Peacock, W. Davis,
Wright, Crookall. Gllmour replaced
Wright at half time.
Fairview ��� McDonald, Ritchie,
Richards, Rogers, Smith, Kendall,
iDoldge, Murray, MofTatt, Grauer,
Tuck, Fairfield.
A GREAT HIT.
"I ave seen lots of funny things
Jn baseball," says Joe K.-iiy, the
great old oracle and latter day tnana-
ger, 'M>ut I still believe that the richest happenings of all came off at
Toronto while I was new to that Canadian team���that first year that I
was manager.
The two  newspapers of Toronto	
The Globe and World���were deadly
rivals, and showed their rivalry in
tha most strenuous ifaeliion. Finally,
the hostility between them settled
d.nvn to baseball, and they arranged
ftW a great and desperate game, to be
played at Island Par*, a favorite
Sunday resort of the Toronto people,
with teams limited to employees of
tho office, and with myself as umpire, the Toronto club having a day
iff. Some game, too, Judging /by the
public interest displayed In Toronto,
where excitement was at fever heat,
and every citizen seemed to have his
money up one club or the other.
EaJoh clulb had out lta cohorts
ilally, taking turns In practicing at m.v
ball yard, and they had some fekrful
and ���wor.derftil mtiffers on parade.
The World, however, seemed to have
a shade of the besl or it, especially
in the batting, and the eve of the
conihat was at hand, with betUfig 3
to 1 on the World array. At this
Juncture the oio'bc ipeople discovered
a new Moses to lead them out of
their despondency���a linotype man,
newly arrived from England. He
brought with him credentials showing
that be had heen one of the hest
cricket batsmen In England, and declared that lie would! like to go Into
this Wooming American game. They
took him out for practice and to the
Interne delight of the oroiwd, he
drove every ball thai was thrown him
clear over the fence or two miles
dawn the field. It was evident that
Mr. Englishman was a greait natural
dagger, and the Glcubes decided to
put him ln right ileld, trust to hi?
batting, and pray that no flies would
.-ome his way.
"All Toronto   turned     out   to     the
greait game, an.l the excitement was
tremendous   as   the Wi rids, lirst   at
Int, scored out three runs, mainly on
I   I-."..:-.       The   Globes   took   their   in-
I nlntf, hit hi rd   ip n [hi  ball, and a ion
had lhe bs    - fu 1.   Two mi n put up
pop  flies,   a;.o   then   tho   ������������. it   Eng-
���;..' man -,',���.:     od     frantl ���
., li    : ���   n  el md  ai 1   bleachers.  The
.   nd     ��� '   i tme  across    kne -hieh,
-i.i   the   bat   fiiriy   crashed     al   the
i?rtton   .mt   ..'I   his  strength     behind
the   blow.      Ellipp1 wer.l   the  'ball;   it
.::,-] on   high,  'i  pa. led    ov. r  the
center  fielder's   heart,   and   it    railed
a iy down  the  lane, while thro:- runs
cnuie  in.  ar.i    the Globe    parSfeana
. hrleked  fi r Joy,
An.1 tho E. gUshman, carrying his
Hiat. rushed cut, '.������'t to first base, but
to the pitcher's tilatfl Here he wh ick-
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731    COLUMBIA    STREET
ed Ills O.at sharply, on the alaib, and
then galloped bank to the home plate.
He pounded the plate with his bat,
then rushed tfut again to the pitching sla/b. After once more hitting tills,
he sprinted back to tho home plate,
and was thumping It when the hall
came In from deep center; the second baseman got it, threw lt to first,
and under the rules I had Iboth to
call the Englishman out and to de-{
dare that none of the runs he drove
In counted, as the third out was
made on a ground ball thrown to first
ahead of the batsman I
"The good Englishman simply imagined that runs counted the same ae
In that dear old game of cricket, an'd
waa going ahead with what lie
thought was the star performance of
the season. The game? Oh, yes, the
Worlds won out. 12 to 8���won It hy
just tTie margin of the four runs that
the Englishman's hit ought to have
collected.
St. Kltls' Team Coming.
St. Catherines, May 19.���the Athletic Lacrosse Clutb last night decided
to challenge Vancouver for the Mann
''up. If the C, L. A, will sanction
the challenge, the ('. L. A. s.-r.ior
champions will take a trip west in the.
tall after the trophy.
GOO!)   SCORING   AT   BUTTS.
To Erect Firing station  at Browns*
vllle Range*.
Some got'd scoring was mv'.e at the
weekly sheet of the Civilian Rifle
Assoc.atlon on Saturday af term mi.
two men tlelng for top .-��;��� >rc, while
second place was divided among
three of the marksmen. F. J. Simpson won the weekly spocn. although
hy score was tied with that o:' A. F,
Menzies.
Next Friday morning at 9 o'clock
the members of the association will
hold a bee on the Brownsville range
for tlie purpose of erecting tiling s! i-
tlons on the BOO and 1000 yards
ranges. This matter has heen
brought tn the attention of the mill- ;
tla authorities at Ottawa on several
OOTOJlon*, and failing to at*: any sat- '
Wactory   action   taken,   the   tnenile rn
hu'.e la.ken it upon themselves to .lo
th- neccslary work. \v. j, B'.oan has
i" ��� a , le id to the poalllox i f fi reman   for the ���!'>   antl  the    members
ar.   requested  to  ba nn deck  ready  for
action.
The  fol I owln*  are  the
Matl.i'.I.i\ '������  ihoi !
1''.   J.   .'i'ii;. on        'JS
F.   M Iliuli s       Sl
.1.   Sloan       31
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Toronto* Defeat Tecumsehs,
Toronto, May 19.--The Torontos
defeated the Tecumsehs in aVi exhibition match Saturday by a score o," 9
to 3. Although the Toronto* did not
have the victary cmlied until the end
.if the third quarter, they showed
themselves decidedly stronger than
last year's champions. The strength
of the Torontos lay in the perfect balance of the team, and the new men
fitted well. In Donlhfce they have a
gingery home player, who takes
chances. Marshall a'-., showed to advantage, and will materially assist defence. In Gi,lions, the Vancouver
importation, the Torontos appear to
have at laat found a goalkeeper with
a good eye and ability to dear well,
and who u- s discretion wl::-n Iielding. The old reliables showed tht m-
ea sii'l the beat ot the T< umeeha,
Querrie played one of hls regular
oldtlme game', and Maoke'nzie kept
Billy Fitzgerald from Mi: extremely danger .us. German, f rrtierly off
Ottawa, Is ;. i.-.;>:>��� thk best ot the
'!' mr. -eh recru.U i nly 11 ipe sere,]
.ni.. . nflM ni��iy vork though Har-,
Ithaw waichod tlik St. CattUnes boy\
too closely for him to shine.
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
Monday, May 20
Look Who Is
Coming!
"CASEY JONES"
With Ollie Mack in
the leading role, i
MONEY TO LOAN
ON MORTGAGES
AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE RATES AND TERMS
The Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative call    and
explain what makes this possible.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
Hear the old time songs such    as
"Casey Jjpnes," etc.
Seats on sale at Tidy, the Florist's,
new store, 7n!�� toi.imbia street. Prices
$1.0(1, T.'.c, 50c and 25c.
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We are placing a limited number of choice acie blocks on the
market at'White Rock. Gel in and secure one now. Why? Because it is the Bnesl bathing beach In B.C., and is only about one
hour's run irom Vancouver by O, X. R. In the near future you will
net be able to touch thlg al the i ricea v.-G are offering it for now, as"
tbere are RToal detrelopntenta going on.
1EMBER  THESE  ARE   NOT 33 FOOT LOTS',  THE.SMALLEST
LOT CONTAINS 95-103 OF AN  ACRE.
F03 PRICE AND TERMS SEE
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Rough    Game    In   Vanoouver.
All mugli d-ifcated 'by the V. A. C.
team, thp P'alrvlewa on Saturday aft-
prnr-on nunlllicil 'for thiv Pncinc
Coii^! Luitomc T'.eaguo. Tho yame
���was the rnunrhp5t ever spoii in Van-
i'iiuv.'i- outside , mf profenionai oon-
l.si<. and thp work of Sim Liorlmer,
tho Victoria refprep, called for mu?h
<ritliisiii, aocordlng' to accounts of
It! trln.jr fmH.-. wihlPh were ra''a to have
1 r,   tiorpetrated   throughout the en-
tlro triime.
Although defeated by a wore of
9-2, the Falrvlcws put nv lusrood
Kiutio iigalnst the Mnnn Otlpholdet*,
;.ti(l with a little more practice should
be contenders for the league title. So
Touflli wns the 'game at times, that
Mayor Fln.lliiy, of Vnncouver, who IP
president at the league, went on tho
Held but was politely told by r,orl-
mer thut there waa only one rfeforeo
On  the Kame.
The  teams fielded us follows:
V. A. C.���Davis, Paynter, Burns,
McCuaig,       Hoiirhoe,     M.     M it'.ioHon,
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The NATIVE SONS of B.C. Present
Reserve your seats at Tidy the Florist's new
store, 739 Columbia Street.
Prices $1.00 to 25c.
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MORE FACTS ABOUT THE
HUDSON 33
THE   HUDSON  IS  FITTED   WITH
THE BEST SELF-STARTING DEVICE ON THE MARKER
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What other makers cannot furnnsh earlier than next year or tho year following, you get now in
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The Hudson "33" will stand tlie work as well as any HIGHKR PRICED Cur in the country. Don't
buy a niakc shirt cnr. In buying u Huson 33 you save MONEY, the upkeep being loss than any car In tho
WOULD of tin- same powor. A child can start and drive tho Hl'DNON. Ite range of SPEED Im pk wing
to Uie roost FASTIDIOUS. * '
Hy merely looking at th? motor of other automobiles and noting there tho exposed valves and other
mechanism and then turning to tho New HUDSON "33" motor with its compact, enclosed simplicity, yoa
will see tho advantage of letting It be thc cur of your choice.
Dust is tremendously destructive to machinery. The Hudson Is PROOF AGAINST THE DUST, and
has feme parts to maintain and wear than any other oar on the road.    ___
Write or phone for demonstration,
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115 Fife Street Phone 1128 P". **os ent
WESTMINSTER DAILY KEWS
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and Columbia Streets
Saturday was a record breaker and greater crowds will be here today and balance of
B the week when the news spreads of the Sensational Bargains that prevail here in Fine
M
I Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes.
EAD BELOW OF THE BIG BARGAINS, THEN ACT
Children's Wash Suits
worth to $2.75, Sale Price
rrTV1.*,.*.<n*..mi ,,'r-rj -iTCJTTr
Fancy Knitted Ties
worth up to $1.00, now
AT
a. m.
ta
Children's Hats
All Styles, including
STRAWS
worth    to    $ 1.50
NOW
15c.
Odd Coats
From high class suits that sold
to $35; rants and vests destroyed by the fire demon; nick 'em
Out; firs : ale
��
Mens Fine Hats
Worth to $4.00, including Stetson make, now
$1.95
Men's and Young
Men's Fine Suits
Smoked    and    some    damaged
Suits that sold up to $25;  Bre
sa'e pike
$1.95
Vade by the world's    foremost
1
reft ly-to-w ear     manufacturers;
suits tbat sold up to $40;' fire
Ec:e price
$9.95
Men's Shirts
Worth to $1.00; now
35c
Sensational
Shoe Bargains
Men's work and    dress   shoes,
uoitii 5:1.00, now
$1.35
All    styles    and    leathers,    in
black or lan shoes;  worth    to
J6.00; sale price
$2.95
85c
Men's Hats
Men's Finest
Dress Pants
That sold from |E to $8;  guar
Worth to $2.00; now
35c
Men's Work
and Dress Sox
anteed  perfect;   fire sale pi ice
$2.95
Silk Ties
All sijles, worih to 75c; now
15c
Odd Pants
That sold lo %': damaged, that
will be suitable for work;   flie
sa.e pi ice
65c
Worth 15c to 25c; now
Men's Fine
5c
Overcoats
Odd Vests
From high class suits, the pants
and coats having been destroyed; pick 'em out; now
10c
Men's Fine Hats
All   styles   in   soft   or   stiff;.
worth to $3.00;  now
95c
All    styles    and     legnths,     in
medium,     heavy     and      light
weights; overcoats that sold to
$:i.->.00; fire sale price
$2.95
LINEN AND RUBBER.
Collars
Worth 15c to 2f>c; now
5c
estminster's Greatest Clothing Sale
Cor. 6th. and Columbia.   The Big Fire Saie.   The Only Big Clothing Sale.   Cor. 6th. and Columbia J
WARNING���Do not confound this sale with other so-called sales or signs.   Be sure you find the right place,
Corner Sixth and Columbia Street, Opposite Post Office. .v't-.vy, ..
MONDAY, MAY 20, 191
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
pAGK BEVBM
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DARKENS THEIR
*'  <���-. i    * ������j?.
'jk Simple Remedy Gives Color)
Strength' and  Beauty
���  to the Hair,
i   . , ^
*' You don't have to have pray hair or
faded hair if you don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
is gray or faded, you can change it
easily, quickly and effectively by using
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hnir
Remedy. Apply a little tonight, and in
the morning you will be agreeably surprised at tne results from a single
application. The gray hairs will be less
conspicuous, and after a few more
applications will be restored to natural
color.
- Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp
clonn and healthy, and promotes the
growth of the nair. It is a clean
wholesome dressing which may be used
at any time with perfect safety.
Get a iifty cent bottle from your druggist today, and see how quickly it will
restore the youthful color and beauty of
your hnir and forever end the nasty
dandruff, hot, itchy sculp nnd falling
hair. All druggists sell it under guarantee that the money will be refunded
if you are not satisfied after fair trial.
Special Agents, D, S. Curtis and 11.
Ryall.
TEACHERS   WANTED.
Wanted. ' Teachers for all grades in
Public schools, including Principals,
Applicants are requested to write stat-
ing qualifications and salary required
and must b*'prepared to undergo an
examination by the School Medical
Oflicer if required. Applications to
reach the Secretary's'olliee by noon
of Thursday, Mav 22rtl.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary, Hoard of School Trustees.
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the south half of the Northwest
quarter of Section 6, Township 15 (ex-
<���>-,: one-ball acre thereof) in the dis-
tricl of New Westminster.
v, he rea s proof of the loss of certificate  i.i   title no.  430F,  issued  in  thu
IN    PLUNDER    GANGS.
Seattle Junk Men Organize Boys���
Ar.-ests.
Seattle, May HI,���Itinerant Junk
men are charged with responsibility
for practically organising bunds of
boys In different portions' of the city
for the purpose of robbing and plundering citizens of small articles
which are afterwards disposed of to
tho Junk men on lhe regular calls to
the neighborhood.
Depnty Sheriff Joe Hill yesterday
brought to the county Jail Walcott
Maxwell, a Western Union messenger boy, aged lfi, and Philip Urandon,
a pupil of'the Duwamish school, aged
15, both boys residing al Duwamish.
Other hoys of the neighborhood are
sought. With the boys Deputy Hill
brought a load of tobacco, cigars, revolvers, tish lines, tackle, electric supplies, brass fittings aud electric generators, which were found secreted
about the homes of the boys.
Among the loot was an electric battery and heavy, nickel-plated gong
from tho Riverside quarry, where it
was used as an alarm signal for workmen when blasting was in progress.
The electric generator was taken
from lialdwell Bros.' repair shop at
Kil-I First avenue. Much of the remainder was taken from Doty's store
ut Foster, last Sunday morning.
A gang of youngsters bas terrorized
Foster and Duwamish for the past
few months, says Deputy Sheriff Hill.
Neighbors have lost chickens by the
dozen, and small articles were picked
up about dwelling houses, and stores
bioken into. Recently il became evident 'hat informal chicken suppers
were served nightly in a retired nook
on the banks of the Duwamish river,
and chicken bones were sown as
thickly us blackberries ubout the temporary camp.
Deputy Hill was assigned to the
work of running; the gang down, and
yesterday found his evidence ample
lo warrant the arrest of ten to twelve
boys between the ayes of 15 and 18
years.
At the home of young Maxwell ar-
ticles were discovered beneath his
bed, and at the home of Philip Brandon oilier plunder was found In tho
woodshed, The parents of both boys
were '" Ignorance of the actions of
their progeny, and promised io assist
the officers in bringing to justice
oth;'v olTendeis.
.fudge A. W. Finter will attend to
the case at the next regular court
day.    '
been
name of Catherine Oliver, has
filed in this office.
sVNotice Is hereby giren that I
tit tbo expiration of one month fiom
the dale of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the Ctty of New Westminster, Issue a
��� dur.ltcute of the said certificate, unless
in tho meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry oTlce, New Westminster.  !i. C, April 22, HI12.
FOR SALE
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Proceedings.
. fellow meets a "maiden fair;"
:     o "��� a In r a rot i.
to;  e"a something In the air
?! ���: dm i he ������ ill i ro] ���
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LOTS ON   KWFX   AVRNTK   CAlt
LINE OR INSIDE.
SEE  OUR   LIST
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Phone 868.
Room 4, Trapp B'ock,
Th" r.inr iu: e si.' ���
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She ��� nnnel    stand
way";    the
claims
Th;-.- she has "c
OSl'Tl   ill.'
,\n<l then, ci course,
Divorce!
And    so    to    r.ia
ke   the
marriage
nought,
Vje modern maid
proceeds
to court.
.v
-Satire.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
MAIL
I nival;
Closing:
10:50���Vancouver
via  G.   N
.  R.
"3:ni
7:40��� Vancouver via B. C   E. R
(daily except Sunday) .11:15
'2'00��� Vancouver via. B  C. K. R.
(dally except Sunday 1.1(5:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and Friday   14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)'.ll:15
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8.45
16:16���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)   13:15
ll:40--Sapperton   and   Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Suuday)   ". 8:15
18:10���Sapperton   and   Fraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)     -. 14:00
11:40���Coquitlam      (dally    except  Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
8unday)       11.16
40:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Burr
Villa  14:30
14:00���East Burnaby (dally except Sunday    14:30
111:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday) .11;.'iO
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)   ..14:30
16:45���Vancouver,   Piper's    Sid- ,
lng     via    G.     N.     R.
(daily except Sundayt-.14:20
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.  N.   R.   (daily  except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
T: 40���Burnabv Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
18:00���Edmonds    (daily   except
Sunday)   16:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)  23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Kock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)   8:41
5:15���Mall's Prairie, Fern I'ldge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday am: Saturday    it :*������
11:80���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
Lehman, '.ldergro��e, Otter shortreed, burrey
*'entre.Cloverda'e.i injf-
ley Prairie. Muiraj > :lle.
atrawberry Hill, .-.>utb
Westminster, Cnrrar
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis S'nerllne Station,
f o:i7iiEon Station. Brad-
nor, Bellerose, via B.
( . t\ R, idailv exre-:t
Bunday)     B:00
11:80���Rand. Maluha Hill vta
IV C. R. It. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday  fl'-0*
20:40���Chilliwack vlH B C. B. R.
idaily except  Sunday) .17:30
11.20���Abbotsford.    Huntingdon,
via  B.  C.  E.  K.   (daily
except Sunday)   17:3u
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
idaily except Sunday) .17:30
2:00���Fiaser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista    23:00
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There Is no connection
whatever
between the City Dye Works and the
Royal Cit* Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    G. F.  BALDWIN,
345  Columbia Street.
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 854,
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
street, second and fourth Wednesdays, at eight o'clqck. Visiting
P. A. P. S. welcome. F. C. Cook,
Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F��� Ib held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
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Spring Lamb, Beef,
Pork Mutton, and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
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W RAILWAV CC
Special low rates to all Eastern
points will be on sale commencing
May 2; good to return up to October
31. These rates can be used for passengers going to the Old Country.
For particulars and rescivations
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westminste;
Or H.  W.  Brodie, O.P.A.,  Vancouver
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON &. jackson, barristers
at-law, sodcilois, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Kllis block, Columbia street
Cable Address' "Stcnuck." Code:
Western Upion. Telephone, 1070,
Adam Smith Johnston and Fra.ik
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE ti KDMONDS -Harris
ters and Solicitors, Westminste.
Trust block. Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable addresi
"Whiteside.'' Western I'nion. i'.O
Drawer 200. Telephone B0. W, 1
Whiteside, H. L. Kdmonds.
J. STILWELL CLUTE. barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc: corner ColuoiDli.
aud McKenzie stieets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
pnone Tie.
/. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER
solicitor aud notary, Uiu Columbl*
street.   Over C. P. i(. Telegraph
REMOVAL NQ TICe
O. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET   MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster,  B. C
Workshop  611   Victoria  Street,
i Over Daily  News,I
CANADIAN PACIFIC'
0. C, Coast Service
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up...v...$6,200,000
Reserve ...������  ��....���. 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pachtc
in Cuba throughout the island-'
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad]
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)
RESERVE  .........
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
, .$15,413,000.00
,.$15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada nnd
Newfoundland, ano In London. England, Nsw Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issutd. available with
correspondents in ali parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dicartment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allows 1 at 3 per cent, per
annum   (presort rule).
Total   Assets  over  $186.O()n,000.O0
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O.  D.  KISYMNKR. Manner.
WE WANT YOUR ORDBt
CASH IF-YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot.air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
���VADE. WHEALLBK. McQUAUI'.lK 4
_MA1<TIN���Harrtatera  and  aoUcttwa
Waaimtnatar offlcaa. tloonta 1 ana t
Oulcbon block, comer Columbia um
McKenzie    streets.     Vancouver    ot
flees,   Williams   building.   41   Gran
.Ule  stieet    F. C    Wade.   K.  C.
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie, Q. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
I'Hf PK5ENTAM INDIAN 01103
��Jj]WN*'H'w'*',^B  \
fl!
I
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of 'i'ruiit: meets In the
board room. City Hail, as follows
Third Friday of each month: quar
terly meeting on the third Friday of
February, May, August and November at 9* p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of Fehruary. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or huarterlv
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seen?
tary.      *
VANCOUVER-VICTOR IA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver 10 a.m. for
Seatile, via Victoria, daily except
Tuesday.
Leaves V 'ncotiver 11 p.m. for
Seattle dir-ct daily.
Leaves Vancouver 2 p.m. and 11:45
p.m.  daily lor  Victoria.
Lcibves Vancouver 2 p.m. for
Nanaimo daily except Sunday.
NORTHERN    BOATS    FOTt    PRINCE
RUCERT.
leaves    Vancouver     every Weftnea-
day at 10 'p.m.
CHILUW   CK SERVICE.
Leaves AVestmL.ster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday-
Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. GOULET,
Ageut, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P   A..  Vancouver
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
D. McAulay
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
���Market Square, New Westminster.
^N*sim\n*tor
\Trarisf ^r Ho,
Office  Phone 185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Tel. 7fil.
ARCHITECT       *
Cor. (ith and Columbl.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineial Waters,    Aerated^Water*
Manufactured by
OFFlCtt���TCAM   D6POT-
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.Cj
9
J m
HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113   Office:   Princess St
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 8lxth-Avenue. Phone 5ST
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
-��AGLE FEATHER
RANCH
REAL WILD WEST
frMprt sy . at��cx nftotiKtTm
Show Grounds Moody Square, Tuetday, May 28.
PI NE BIRD,
Local Improvement Notice.
The* Municipal Council of thc City
of Xew Westminster having !����� reso
lution 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 Third
Street fiom Royal Ayenue to Sixth
Avenue.
And that suid works ho carried out
In accordance with the proviBloiiB of
the "Local ImprovementrC^eneial Hylaw, mi 2." 4
And the City Engineer and the City
Assessor having reporteu to ihe
Council in nccordauce with the provisions of the said by-law upon the
said works giving statements show
ins the amounts estimated to he
Sbatgeable against the various per
tions of ronl property to be benefited
iv the said works and other particulars and thf said re-orp of the said
City Engineer and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given tbat the said
re; orts are oren for lnsrection at thc
office of the Ctty Assessor. City Hall.
Columbia   Street,   New Westminster.
B.C.   and   that   unless   a   petition
against   the   protosed   works   above
mentioned signed by a majority    of
the owners of tho land cr teal property to be assessed as charged in
respect of such works representing a!
least ono half in value thereof Is presented to tho Council within  fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terma and conditions aa��to the payment of the cost
of such improvements aa the Council may by   by-law   in   that   behalf
regulate and determine and also   to
make the satd assessment.
Dated this Eighth day of May, 1912.
1 W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
pate ot flrBt publication May 9, 1912.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
: 01 Front Street
Perfect
anteed.
fit nnd  workmanship guar-
Westminster, Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on all
junk, and highest price.        ,
207 and 203 Front Street. "
Phone R619.
TR\
TRY
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods lust arrived. First-Clasa Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAt THE SERVICE IT
RENOERft ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MOR�� THAW ^ YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST ....
.$4,600,000
.$5,600,000
ON Gl-iONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnis St., City.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
J, GRACEY, MANAGER,
I
1
I
JHBJMl I WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MOXIXAV, MAY 20, 10IS.
WIRE GOODS'
WE HAVE A   COMPLETE    STOCK
���OF-
Coat Hangers
Strainers
Toasters
Egg Beaters
Pie Holders
Bottle Carriers
' EVERYTHING IN WIRE GOODS
���SOLD DY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.* M. Fl
Bed Spring Snlmon ���'��� lbs, for 2S(
Fresh   I'n ib'"    ' lb3   fo.- 26c
Fus'i ( oil tfialt or wliolei. Per Ib 23
Fic-'i i erilaa  I lbs. for 25c
Rovai ?tu:geon, \o,- lb IPc
Pr"   halibut,  1 cr  Hi ISC
Dill Piclifps, per dozen  2Bc
537 front St.   -   Phone 301
KEYNOTE
OP SUCCESS IS FORESIGHT. ARE
YOU P. > UNSIGHTED ENOUGH TO
INJURE YOUUSBIiF AGAINST LOSS
THiR'-UOH ACCIDENT TO YOUIi-
enijP. Yi'Ull EMl'LOYEKS, Oli
Y( U:t El VE iF-TOOK. BETTER CK 'ME
i.\ AX'i i". IV-T'LT ME.     1 EC IECBAL-
1ZE i X ii\sri:A.\cE.
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE
*^v
The maximum degree of heat yesterday wos 79.3. NO so hot as last
Sunftay when it was 85, but still wurin
ellollgh.;'
Eighth street Rakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A. Hardman, Phone L159.
Mr.   tharlea H. Evans, formerly   of
V, .i.-:iK-:'.Uut..h;is been .1 visitor in the
e;;v during the.ji:i.-'t few dny". He ex-
��� i, 'i 1 . m.\.ke this elty his permanent
residen'aei
Don't iorftet to see Ollie Mack at the
opera hous$ this, evening.
��� ������   1 1 ���
Mr. J( :4i.<Jt{iycroft, a    borr.eter    0.
Uidgetriwn,  Ont.,  is tho Sties!  of Mr.
and llrs.'E.'"J.'C.  Shao.'. 1)0 1   Henley
street.    :
Hins \tp L1S4 ami hare Manager
Tidy reserve >o:ir teat for "Casey
Jones." Mohdny night, Prices 26
cents and fl.00.
Mr. H. M. Str.'iml.erg, formerly principal of "the Roynl City High s"hool,
whii hn." tip-f-n Spending the past two
years In Europe, has arrived back on
the OOkst .'"'il Is now said to be residing in Vancouver.
The prices for the performance of
"Casey June."" at the opera House this
evening are $1.0-0, 75c, 50c and 2'5e. ���*
Today one of the pnd.'-i steam
wagons which wlll be used for hauling
rook by the elty wlll arriVe in Westminster.
How aliout your garden ? Ring up
phone tiiM* and get Tidy, the florist
to quote yon prices on the best Btoc'
thnt is grown in the eo"ntry. The
make a "Specialty of hanging bns'-pt*
and window boxes. **
Work on the Seventh y.enue school
will be proceeded with at once following the S'.honl board's acceptance
oif the 'building inspector's recommendations in connection with the
fire protection on  the ulldlng.
Tenders wiU be called for today or.
the new high school building to be
erected on _the Tlpperary site. Messrs.
Gardiner and Merker are the architects.
Many are 'the \in-*ft of th-' pi;;on
,:eim roller. On Saturday one might
have b'een seen on Pront strtet, near
thr irrniny station, cheerily engaged
In piquing up the road, an ordinary
hi rye plow being attB-shed to the re-.r
or fhe maohine by n chain.
The Way Day committee will
on Wednesday week, and not nn Wednes lay next, sn a.- not to conflict wit.'
the performance of "Hopp, Skipp ano
Jini"."  whir.Vi  Is to  be given  on     thai
evening.
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, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
Eor terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. l'hone IM11.
Like To
���SWI���SMMBB asms���MB  vs ���ffiva~nT��l:iTff;iS'_��gE3ni3SE!ra^^ nisur.r .ire-r-^rrrErmcz::
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
541 Front Street.     Near City Market.
"Take you your instruments, play you the while*'*
TAMING  OF  THE   SHREW.      -
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
-BY-
"Dick"G. Lawrence
��� "or tanns, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses. '
6&7  Columbl* Bt-.
Phone   ��C. *****   Wntmlntur
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
mus4. educe it. As an
inducement we have cut
the prices
��kan  is now  being
OOfi.Vlj.Jj    and    will
Have You Come
and look at the new goods now being shown. We
would especially like you to try on a few of our new
Summer Coats and Dresses in a size that was made
to fit a woman of your size, and see if you have ever
had a better fit.
TfllS   STORE  GUARANTEES  SATISFACTION
'"'��� ��� n'ramer Ain
fitted fti;h a, now v
'-�� -mtt V>vr rur\ Irnm W*<.ran\lTinier on
WeilnMKlay nrtV lt Ik vicvtctcil tllnt
Ih" alterations, wlll give "her an ln-
creaHed upeefl nl three Ttnotn per hour.
Pire 'A' irii' n McKenzie ���was busy
v"i-t' riay afternoon attending to a
bush Bre in Bnrnahy between Lawson
Ptltlnn nn l'te B. C. E. R. and the
Douglas road. No serlius damage 1��
reported ami It Is unfleTFtcrod the au-
thorltle ��� have the fire under control,
1 Vie Mack, thi uld time favorite
comedian, will be at the opera house
this evening In "Casey Jones." Thi.
play Is not a melodrama as the name
would suggest, but is a mixture of
musical and straight comedy. The
seats are yelling very freely and there
Is no doubt but that Mr. Mack will
have a pretty full house to greet him
on  his  appearance  here  this evening.
power   D|esel   motors,  and  will    use
oil av fuel.
There  ifftl  be  eleven  deck's on  the
big liner and she wlll be fitted in the (
most luxurious style. There  will  be a
nuirfber of special suites    amor.,; her
cabins,   elevators,   private  restaurants. |
swimming   batta,   tennis  courts    and 1
roller   sikatlng  rir.ks.     The   Imperator
, will accommodate  5000  passengers,
in   the  invitations    issued     to  the
guests,   there  will  appear     the   usual
warning   that   they   nrust     not   bring
cameras to the 1 ranching  unJer >palr) |
of arrest for espionage.
I.VM) COMPANV  I'lXKl)
ynn spkkmng auto
A line of $50 an 1 costs was impure!
on the Coquitlam Terminal company
at Saturday's: police court, one of its
autos having; exceeded the speed limit
in Eighth street. A plea of guilty was
tntered b.v tht- company's lawyer.
Principal Canfield, of Lord Kelvin
��� hool. and Mr. A. Hardman said that
-he car was making over thirty milps
in hour at a time whin the school
children had jus-; been dismissed. The
latter asked for a special constable tt��
watch this portion ��j[ the Pjwjicttc higb-
New  Wash Dresses
iWe consider this Lhe finest showing nf Wash Presses ever a.-en In the city; every cloth and color that
is new this season, embracing all the new style touches; In make and trimmings ntw ltepp Curds, Linens,
Indian Heads, Ducks, etc.   Sizes  14 to 18 years; 34 to 42 bust.
Prices $6.00 to $12.00
New Linen and Repp Coats
And our collection Is authorative in styles at very mJderate prices. Shown are the new deep collar and
lapel effects, one side effect coats with a long graceful shawl collar, lapel and cuffs of silk; In shades of
tan and grey.
Auto coats with close fitting collar, wide skirt effect, made of fine linen, natural crash; sizes 31 'tu 44.
Prices from $6.50 to $35.00
New Sun Hats for Women and Children
A big ehowlnj ot plain and fancy Straws for women and children's wear, giving lots of scope for per-
s mal ta��te. and all marked to .-a.o you money,    S'ee this display today.
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. The stock is new
and well assorted.
Curtis Drug Store
��� ... *
11
DOMINION    AND   PROVINCE!*.
'Corporation   I'.eference Case"���Privy
Council   Decides Against  Provinces.
Ottawa,   May     "���Tl:e  corporation
referenoo litigation developed a year
ipo and technically is known as the
'( irporation reference case." l;
Trew out of the dispute between tht
ecle nl got ernment and the provinces
is to the right to in on ora'e coin-
'���anies. The federal government sub-
Mitted the case to the supreme court
it tl'e Dominion.    The provinces em-
loted counsel but (111 not see'; a
'learing on the merits of the It-sue,
but contested the Jurisdiction of the
?o;;rt ami the right of the federal
iovernment to submit the litigation ta
that of any other body.
4-..M,i,,K   to   n. O.
Toronto.      May     IS An       umi -mil
��� vint occurred at the Queen's Hotel
latt night when a large number of
old patrons of tho Queen's Hotel met
on the oocaslon of a presentation to
iMr. AV. J. Klchardson, for many years
manager of this hotel, who will leave
next week to take charge of the In-
cowla Hotel at Penticton, B. C, in
the Okanagan Valley. He has been
<'<mipelled to make the change owing
to 111 health.
Heresy   Won   Klns's   Plate.
Toronto,   May     19. The     King's
Plate was won Saturday <by .Heresy,
of Dyment'a staiirles, with Am'berlte,
owned by C. (C'rew. In se.-ond place,
and Rustling ot the Seagram Staibles
In third place. Heresy acted .'badly at
the   post and  u-pset  Jiwikey  Small.
For
PHOTO GOOD8
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 431  L. D. 71;   Rea   72.
New    Westmlngter.    B    C
USE
Na-Dru-Co
ROSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
Sec Our Window
MUIR'S DRMM
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Weatminater, D.C.
Two   Cent   Postage.
Herlin, May 19.���Two hundred and
fifty loading commercial organisation's have petitioned the reichstag to
urge the Oi-rmar. government to do
.uway with che restricted two-cent
ent postage between Gerininy and
the L'nited States, and to introduce a
univers'.l rate, such as applies to An-
igJo-Amerk-an  'letters,
The pi-tition seta Porth that the pre-
��'nt system at forwarding for1 two
Cepti only such lotters as are carried
abroad direct from the German
steamern results |n much delay and
eoaaequenl great loss lo the German-
American business world,
it Is asserted that Amer toe i.s to
iiiam��- for limiting tho iiwo-,'1 r.t rati
to its present Inadequate form. The
American government is mild to hav��
i ned out that expense w ml i be in-
V'licl In forwarding two-cent letters to Germany by English an-.
Prsnch st'etoners
The petitioner.-! thin,< that both the
llerman and C'nited States governments <m afford to he generous In
the matter, whether the application ol
the rate to all letters Involves extra cosi or not. America's chronic
poi'Mi deficit Is sail tr, ha/ve decreased, ���while the German postal surplus
la the largest  on  record.
New 6 Roomed Modern 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
,
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENCINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED ��
IMPKH vroil BBOQND ONJ/V
TO ClWAROKIi AOQUTHtXIA
Berlin, May 19.���The date for the
I launching of the new giant Hamlburg
American liner "Imperator," har: lieen
fixed for May 24. Km'peror William
and a n >Lable company of government officials, besides a large numher
of special agents, will lbe present at
the launching. It Is expected that
the vessel will make her first transatlantic  voyage  next winter.
The Imperatoi- Is the largest German ship, and is surpassed in size
only by the <'ui-.ard'er "AqultanK"
now under construction. The I'mper-
ntor will be Ot flfty thousand tons
register. She i.s 900 feet, long and
���will be equippe'd with Internal rom- [
bustion engines and two 1500 horse-
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Weil located Hinnahy acreage is getting scarce und lll<c most pood
things ls In pretty st.ong demand. It won't be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver Will have been subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few btoad acres
will be ahle to get almost any price he may care to ae't.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby Lake tram line, is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Burnaby Lake property is selling at from $3000 per acre and up. We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
Buy a Bee and
Get the Honey
FOR SALE
Two  extra  large lots,  corner. 18th
and Nanaimo streeets;
$3200
1-3 cash; balance 6,12 and 18 months..
Two full sized lots on 18th street and
Seventh avenue,
$2500
Frank B. Ennis
S Begbie street
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