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AND DREDGING
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Take Action Regarding Re-
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cent Removal of Superin*
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tendence to Vancouver, '
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Discus* PrutHln'fV' Projict���Xplkb   Is
,    f.lrfi Luncheon���Campaign :
''. /. ''"^|lrlhga;Reslilts.
At the last meeting pt the executive
ot the Progressive association It was
shown that the removal of the i Dominion dredginjg office from Westminster ' to Vancouver bad , been
brought abbut through misrepresentation of faetij, and a committee waa appointed to.draft.up a communication
Us .Ottawa, setting, forth the true circumstances connected therewith. Last
night this committee made ite teport
and the resolution then brought' In
: *as unanimously .adopted and copies
will be sent to the proper quarter in
Ottawa, to the city council, board of
trade, Trades and Labor councll, the
local Conservative association and Mr.
J. D.; Taylor. M.P.
Tlie resoliitldn is as follows:
Whereas the Dominion di edging
office has been ��� removed ������ from 'New
Westminster, on the representations
of Mr. H. A. Bayfield,
And whereas those representations
submitted In a letter dated December 15 as follows:
1. Thnt the work of the dredges
beln'g chfefly cehtred .; at Vancouver,
the Santheads and the North Arm of
the Fraser river, New Westminster
is, to say the least of lt, very inush
out of the way. qi j
2. That the prepent location of the
office (namely at New Westminster)
means that }lfr. Bayfield has to trayel
24 miles per day Ih order to attend to
his correspondence and office frbrk,
3. That,'by allusion to a map also
dated December 15. Ihe dred^o Kijng
Kdward is working and likely to wori
for some time to come at a point on
the North Mm of the Fiaser ilver
near, Kbnrne..  . ,     .
4. That this point can be reached'
more quickly from Vancouver -than
New Westminster.
5. That, according to ��� th*'- - above
mentioned.- niai>.   there   ia   no   electric
' railway Iln* bMwMi New , Wwelmln-
��ter nH.t Kbtu n<> nlons tlie Nerth, Arm.
and therefore that.to teach Ebume, H
is necessary |q go tbrough Vancouver.
And whereas all these statements
are untrue, the facta or the case being:  	
1. That New Westminster la not
out of the way for any of the three
dredges mentioned.
2. That there was-*io necessity for
Mr. Bayfield to. travel ;!< milea a, day
to hla ofllce work, that Journey being
due only to Mr. Bay Hold's personal'
choice of a residence In Vancouver.
3. That the dredge King flSward
instead of t��elne rtt frdHi near Eburn?
on December IB was working in clqse
proximity to New Weatmlnster- with
every prospect of obattaulng t*:frork
there for any length of time.
4. That Eburne, the point at which
Mr. Bayflled marked the Kin* Edward In his accompanying map, can
be reached equally quickly from New
Westminster oa from Vancouver, the
trams leaving the tirp cities at Jhe
same lime being scheduled lo arrive
at Eburne. together and |asa e^clj
other on a switch there.
6. That there Is an electric railway line fiom tow Westminster **a
Eburne. direct Along the North Arm
or the Fraser ilver as shown by the
enclosed map of the s stem drawn
and certified by a Dbmlnlon Iand surveyor.     i ���
And whereas the work of dredplng
'���hith'the'North Arm and mnln channel of the iFrnser river ean be superintended far better from New  West-'
minster (han from Vancouver.
And whereas it U far more ndvaht
ageoas and economical for the
dredges to "ro,Islbn and undergo ^
pairs In the" ft oih water of the Fraser
river than ln the salt water of Bar-
rard Inlet ...
Therefore, It is resolved thnt 'this
association res; ectftrtiy, urge that the
wotk 'of superintending' the .dredginc
i of XW Eraser river \jej returned -to
New Westminster' and put In th*.
hands of the Dominion resMent ��n
gineer, as wss the ���custom until the
appointment of Mr. H. A. Bayfield.
O'.l Burners.
"Th* Reported'schetne\af transform-
Ing tlie dredge HYuhlttgihto an ofl
burner Wis v6ry st*ortgly objected to
1 by the association on the mtUn
grounds thht if the chdnge he effected
at once, it means that the dredge ��flll
not be at work on the godhead* for
the considerable ' time Which the
operation will take, while the present
is the best time of the .-ear for carry-.
lng oi dfMM*t ^rations. Further
the reault of the change woqirt, lbe
that In at probability. ;on oil, supply
tank would he eTfictel In Vancouver,
and.the effect of tj��ls would be to
swing the .rtrelglnr; litis!Aess, con-
tracts fof're'riar''*;homes for the crew
and so torth fiojn Westmlnater to
that clty. The presided kM secretary wefe aprcinied to protest vlpor-
ously against tho proposed step bethg
taken. ,     . ���   ��� :      '
Information'bureau.
Messrs. G. (A..Buth(Br,:an1. J. W.
Cunningham, and J. C. Blair we e appointed   idfilogates   to:   the   ���mWim1'
,       (Continued on Page Five.)
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING,: JUNE lfl, 1912
PRIOE FIVE CENTS
DEAIN COMES TO
; BXMWAKJIMAN
M. Olsen Stricken with Heart Disease
Found Lifeless in His Shack
Yesterday.
Lying dead In the middle of the
floor in bis sh^ck near Craig's mill at
Chilliwack,, M. Olsen, a watchman
employed by the B. C. E. R., was
found yesteiday morning by some of
his friends employed at the mill. His
death is stated by Dr. E. H. McEwen,
of this pity, to have been disused by
heart disease.'    ; i :
Noticing >that Olsen had not been,
about all morning as was his wont,
several employees of Crala's mill
visited his shack about 10 a.m. They,
found him lying upon'the floor dead,
clutching hla left breast with stiffened Angers. Horrified', they notified
the provincial police, who'Sent Constable Matheson out, to the scenej of
the trag^ly *ln company with Dr. McEwen. ,
After making an examination of the
deceased the doctor stated that he
did hot consider an inquest necessary, as without doubt the man had
been stricken with heart disease. .
Tbe body wil! be sent to Vancouver
where the wire.and family of the deceased live-aril where he was formerly employed In the capacity of , a
r��hl estate agent.
PIANO PACTORY
COMING ALONG
G. N. t. STATION
WILL BE BUILT
WILL RECLAIM IAND
ON NICOMEN ISLAND
Arrangements Tor Converting    15,000
Acres to Agricultural Purposes'
Now Weil Forward.      I
Plans have been .perfected,' for a
huge reclamation scheme involving
15,000 acres of land on Nicornen island. The Fraser river runs'past the
land in question, and much dyking wlll
be neces|ary to prevent t!)e continual
flooding, which has rendered the section useless for agricultural purposes. --..��� ...
t .tJjM . BtaSOTtm. JBfrwfT�� .have agreed
unaul.nou��Lr t? the. vr<n.o��?l. nud th*
Visual proceedings vucfeKs Court of
re\tsion and appointment of commission, have .Been dealt ' -with, so
that all thaf fa^tfefcessary now ls to
float the bonds.
These are $hld to be looked upon
as a good Investment, and little difficulty-is, expected'in the way tst financing the scheme. It is'understood that
Mr. H. Brlce, a local civil engineer,
is Interested ln the project, and will
have charge of all necessary details
connected with the engineering problem.
Negotiations Now Proceeding
for Establishing  Large
Plant Here.,
Branch   of   Big   'American   Concern
Would Shortly Employ Three
Hundred and Fifty Men.
HERE'S A CHANCE FOR
ANYONE WITH IDEAS
,(. JrtA;!.1
Plans Of Company Do   Not
Stop At Painting Present
*       Building.
Yesterday It waa chocolate. Laat
weeli it was jron and steel. Today
it's pianos that people���wbo are Just
dlscoveilng it doesn't require ' a
seventh, sense to took Into Westminster's futu-re���are,proposing to' manufacture in Industries built along the
waterfront. ,
Mr, C. H. Stuart Wade, publicity
commissioner, made lhe announcement yeaterlay to the Westminster
Dally News that, a large firm of
piano manufacturers, who at the
present time were located' In Boston.
Mass.. U.S. A., were negotiating with
the ch lc authoiities here with a view
to establishing a Western Canadian
manufactury in the district.
i 'Big Concern. <
Mr. Wade declared that an idea of
the magnitude of the concern might
be gained from the fact that In their
present plant1 at Boston there is over
$135,000 invested in machinery alone,
and their products were well known
the continent over. It would - be a
lecided : feather In the cap of'Westminster should -she secure the Industry; aud from present indications
there was every hope of her doing *o.
Several acres of ground would be
deeded for the new Industry, and if
such can be seemed at satisfactory
prices Or rates Mr. Wade expressed
the of inion that the' last obstacle
would' be removed, and Westminster
might add t>ianos to her long list of
home manufactures. Once in operation the plant would be the headquarters for the entire Western Canada
division, and as there are no manufacturers ln Western Canada following this line of work at the present
time its future, success would be as-
.aiwtd.
Employ 350 Men.
kr. Wade plated that the lna��f*tvj
ould he established almost at once
pioytdlng ' the Inducements ortered
were satisfactory. "At the eitd of b
year or eo," safd Mr, Wade, "the com
?any ha�� stated that It will be em-
rJoylng a nilnlmum staff of 350 men."
.Mayor Lee states that this company-
Is a thoroughly bona fide one and its
officials appear to be more pleased
with Westminster than any place
which they have seen. They like the
inducements offered by the Westmin
eter civic authorities better also:
New Concrete Walk from    0��p*i
Columbia Strict to Be Built ���
Forthwith.
to
Progressive .' Association   ' Needs
Slogan���$100 First-Prize, $50
...      fc .....     .
i        .     Second.
STAGE OF GAME
That the. ��real Northern Railway
company will build a new station in
Westminster just as aeon 'as tlie
plans for ha erection have been ap-
jMoved by ihe city council, and a
satisfactory .' arrangement can he
brought abodt with the provincial
government regarding a site on I tlfc
foreshore, was the: statement made
by itfayor Lee yesterday afternoon.
It has  been    stated," ' Said    tli*
mayor, "that Just because the G.  N.'
R. are applying a few cOats of paint
to the pid'statioh k Is their IntentVon'
to Wake lt serve for a few more years
That Is not so.   The'plans fbr    the
new depot which came    hefore    the.
council some' little time ago were no
approved  at the time as there weif
some   Important,   alterations " WhlcL'
w*ere necessary.   When   these   havt
been made the raflwhy company may
proceed at once with the erection oi
the depot. .��� :
"Another thing," continued ' the
mayor, "that'm'ust be'arranged before
the new station can -ie started has to
do with the site. '
' Government's Part.
In order to huild, the Great Northern Railway company will have to
secure fiom the provincial government the lots retjuirted along the embankment of the Praeer river which
have been leased by" the dty to lbe
provincial gove: potent for 99 years
with, the option of- a renewal when
that time had explied.
"On^ -thing which will be accomp-
lishel   Within   the  course  of a   v^ry
One hundred dollars has been offered by the Progressive aaaociatioa for
the best slogan to be adopted as the
motto for the banner of progress that
has been .raised hpre. A second priae
or |5Q will also be given. The rules
of the c'ompetitidn are very simple.   -
All slogans must be sent'to the eiec-
tetary of the assoe Iation- by feeptema
ber ji. to flfln th'ej; murt' he short
and snappy ahd have a pood lilt to
them. They must also Include either
the ��� wop:1s    New    W-es^ninster   .or
SCENE OE ACCIDENT
ALWAYS DANGER SPOT
When Bu.lt Local    Board    of
Took the Matter Up, Says
��� v     .���(':' Dr.Hblmes.
Trade
- Regarding tbe shocking I double
tragedy of Sunday .nljght when Mrs,
R. G. Harvey, the wife of a Vancouver real estate broker, and her infant
son, were dashed .to death pver.the
RJvfcr road emban'tme'nt, near Ladner,
the present; location and condition5 of
the road is tlue |o the (L W. R. who
constructed it. hnd the municipal
council of LBdner, who allowed (he
road to be place! where it is, says'
Dr. Holmes, a prominent, member, of
the Westminster Automobile club.:
Dr. Holme) declares that, the iqad
is, and has always been since it was
built, a menace to safe vehicular traf.
fid. Td a representative.of the Westminster Dally NewB pr. Holmes
divulged a little | ast history of the
road. Back ih 1908, he said, when flie
G. N. It. started to lay their steel in
this   vicinity,   they  appropriated   the
Succeed la Electing Senator
Elihu Root of New York
toCiuu*.
Both Forces
Sayi, that   y��ui    Spells
'Uit|mate, Success for'Their
-fmttlitm.,
.���    DELTA.MEN RETURN.
Mr. MacKenzie, M. P. P., Well Pleased
with Result of Trio,
Mr. Frank J. Mackenzie, M. P. P.,
and the Delta commission handling
the reclamation scheme. In ithe Nico-
meki ntfi Serpentine (Hstrict, return
ed yesterday fibm' VKtoilai t where
they   went  to JntervleW ithe  provin-
Sal authorlttes. jpe��ardlng the esten-
on of t|e|ttme:limltfof the $15,000
iijiproprla||iqn from tie government
lowardstbdioasLof tie work.
While not .BOcurIng everything ask-
e', Mr. MacKenzie waa well pleased
with the leaulta/achletod.
On behalf df the Delta .constituency,
Which he refpfesonU, Mr. MacKenzie
rersonajly. waited ;upon. Sir Richard
McBride and Congratulated hlm upon
the honor recently conferred on
him.    ...       ,    .    . - '     , ,
T���:���r���i	
BENJAMIN EYLE8
pij.
Another of Dwindling  Band  of
neers Has i Passed.
Another jloncer resident of th
Fraser River Valley, Mr. Benjamin
Ryles. died1 on Monday evening n'
the Rdyal Columbian hospital, ti^etl
T5 vears. 110 came out to BtiMsl*
Columbia from Yorkshire, Kagltihrt
25 veins ago and for many years resided oh * a ranch Ih Surrey on the
Newtorf'/oad'. ' '.
Recently Mr. Eyles has been M'lf>",
with his daughter Mra.' LayfieM ut
Pott Kells. About threi moptiu two
he suffered > raralytic strokte. ;iHj
from this resulted his death.
The deceased leaves to ibnn.-.it' his
loss f6nr fighters and a, epb, Tlrey
are Mrs. ^lllbin' U?adl�� and Mrs. D.
I). BU.nett or NeW Westminster, Jits
John Layfield, Port Kell*, and "Mrs.
Bludgetl, Auburn., Wash.    Hn   ""'"
only
ROYAL LODGE K. OF P.
KEEPS 23RD ANNIVERSARY
At the meeting bf Royal lodge. No.
6, K. of P., Monday night, held to
celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the
founding of the lodge, congratulations
were ordered to be sent to Bro! her
Knight Sir Richard MctBri'je, one dl
the old time members of this lodge
and one who has stayed with It
through the hard times as well as
the good ones, on the honor conlerrejl
on him by Hi�� Majesty King 'George.
Brother Thomas Turnbull gave at.
interesting address, outlining the history of the lodge from its commencement to the present day, referring
especially to Brother J. B. Kennedy,
ex.-M.P., Who was really the father of
Pythianism in this   city.
Brother Kennedy also yay* ft short
address referring to the many prominent men that Hoyal lodge had given
the community, having sent members
to thtf council, hoise -of o ommoms
atfd other1 high roettions.' the present
member of the provincial house being
one of 1U members^ He sefe>wd in
particular rlo the high bonon conferred, on one of the members in tbe
person of 8\r Richard McBride.    .
After'several other speeches, i��-
frashments'lii the shap^ of ice creairt
and strawberriea 'and ;cred��n "were
served. The next meeting of tbe lodfe
will be heldc ?bn Thursday, July *,
When Royal No. 6, and Granite No. lfi
lolges wlll have a joint installation
o& ptflcera.       , ,,   i
-.; r-r���r���rr���r-r ���. ���
few days, concluded his worship, "ls
the construction of an eipht foot concrete walk leading; from ithte present
G. N. R. depot  -to Columbia   street.
This walk ls;to be well lighted ahd in lold Ladner 'toad, "whicli was original-
no pjace wiil be steeper than 11 per j |.y constructed byftBe provincial gov-
e^t. %b�� ��o��t.<of lis construction Is ernment, and in lieu of it-bulk a h|gh-
b��lng borne by the company. t,  \WRy  over the btoVa-ne��  ,.Ctt��v��rdaAe-,
...���^..,., 1.A-.���_. ...        ���,  ..Wj^^ mold th-a    ����ec*o��>,    uvad    ttuun.
*���'   *r*Tnltt. VtSTERO^Y. 1 seven', miles  ot   iui*U\ou:>.V   track  an*
'    -^��� , \ the tieavT    expen����    ot    building
Permits   Issued  for  Bolldlng  Of     SIkI bridge   ac^qse, W��e   ravin*   wh��te
;   '      New Residences. I terrible accent was destined to oo-
Fly'e permits for the erection 'of flnelcur.;tout years )s.tef
residences  wete issued  at'the oSice
6f the building Inspector yeeterday.
indicating that a few mo^e have been
convinced of the eminent desirability
of Westminster as a place to live.
The    permit*    read    as    follows;
Sparks and Spencer, five roomed cottage on  Sand ring ham  avenue; $1000:
D. K. Dalrymple, four-roomed-cottage
on Alberta street, $1500: A. B. Tlgar.
six roomel residence on Fifth street.
$15Q0; J. W. ahd P. 5. Skelhorne. two
bungalow's   on   Dublin street,   $1460
each; Cheal 'and Turner, seven roomed  residence   on    Richmond    street.
$2800. .   '   '    '   "
Chlcaga, June 18.���Against the
thr^eata,. |Char^e�� and>i((ter Invective
of the Roosevelt forces, the Taft sup-
portera in the Republican national
conventton ��� put -througfa 'totlay the
first'portion of their program by
electlng Senator feJHhuRoot, of Ne^
Vork, temporary clialrmjm. In spite
ofthe fstet (taut!.. *Vl*loF Rose water,
chalrmah of 'the tfatlonai (Committee
consistently t uled; oat of 6Mer every
motion made by'thi Roosevelt forces
it required more tihan" hve'hours to
teach a vole on the chairmanship.
The cailitti of the; roll ty��s beset
with difficulties from th4' very flrst
uajne ^n,4h^;Us| of ^legates; but in
theend.wh^n the. tumult had diet
awaj-, Senator Hoot was found to have
won by a vote of,B58 to 60? for Governor Francis E. McGovern, of Wiaeon-
^n, with 14,aeattering votes and four
not voting.   ...
President's Gain.
Tonight both the-faft and Roosevelt forces are asserting that this
vote Indicates that their candidate is
absolutely sure to win.
I The Advantage appears to be with
the. president- however, tor while he
is sure io loose some of the votes
that were cast for Senator Root it
is raid that he will gain, If'instructions are HVed up,to, some of the
votes ' independently "cast for McGovern.    ;'
Those leaders who have been urging ' a' compromise candidate ever
since +hey Arrived In Chicago are
jointing to .another angle in the
figures and say thai they show that
it is essential to the so-called "dark
horse." ' ' t
in
YOSHI
; | h     I
MUST DIE
son. William, jpytes, ,1^, a con..-dor
at Glen Valley, 0, C. Mrs. . Kyk*
prisdeceiued her husband by aUg*artl
f he-funcial ^ take- ptyep on
Thursln v at 3 p.m. from the residence
of W,llltym BpalH 415 JF^utth street,'
LlU'remains being Interred ,1^ (the
Oddfellows cemetery .
Small Blazo.
The <flr.it flre in ten days occurred
nt   lo   o'clock   jestefdax.    morning
iw*en the d?rai,tmiii,t"1waa 'caMed; out
to extinguish * blbSe W (*.# i*a(r of
Mr. A. F.    Ch lstle's    residence. . 43fi'
Second stteet.    Dhmage by flre'an.i
water amountej, .to about $200.   The
house is owned by Llndsey' Banphinee
and la fully Insured."  The origin ol
the flre is stated to have been in a
defective chimney.
Pay* Penalty lor Killing Comrade on
June XT*. i;' ���' ���'
"A life for a life.'* The terrible
Import of those, five words ifrom the
old Mosaic law will be once more
brought homo to the p.ewle of,t��MS
c\li oh ihe' 27th day of thl.a mwthi
Wheii Yoshi; a Japanese, pays lb"
pehalty for mrirdcr in the Jail y:.rj
on Ontario street.
At the present time-'Sheriff i jkc\7
itxonK la awtJitlng���.lastntctfons "����'
the department of Justice regarding
Yoshl. and | ro^dlng the. depai tmv-uV
tales' no action���and there appears
to be very little chanpe that It w.ii -���
the sentence of death frill bo ca. noil
out'by the offlfclrfl e e'.vi'Hoher whro'l^
17,604 NOW LIVING '���>
tfi WE8TMINSTER
Regard!hit a statement published
yesterday by a Vancouver morning
confemlonuy whlt^h pfa?ed the popu-
lalton of this city at 17.604, Mayor
Lee said yesterday that as nearly os
he 'coultT Jodse'ffom the growth of
the city and Influx of population thefee
figures were '��� correct, rt wa*. however, a very ���' conservative 'estimate,
and he would' not be (surprised if ia
comorehenelve census taKIng' revealed the fact that the ntumbers "were
tome hundreds or thousands low.
The itaayor also believed that the
percentage of the Oriental population
of this city was lower than that of
Vancouver.'        ' v
VICTORIA TO BE
1     I    THE CITIZENS' GOAL
On. July 17'It la exfectel tbat the
Royai City Wlll te depopulated to"
the evtent.of ifeveral hoodrede, pen-:
haps thousands, who will ma*e the
trlb to Victoria. That date Was hist
evening decided ufion for the Wilding-
of the ahn isl cltl*eps' ,��-io��lc; and the
Capital Cfty was the place designated
by the committee' frho have \M mab
ter in charge.
Satisfactory arrangements have
been AMIved at wtth the transportation companies, enl It la thouaht that
the small edst o! a da> *s outing will
be accepted with alacrity by the people of Westirrilnster. The smaller dei
tails connected with the trlb have
vet to "be made and frill be announce!
later.
���      ,,!, i���!���;���l_lj_
Dr. Holmes slate A \$at'at the time,
the Westminster board o I trade, seeing the very dangerous condition of
the.road as built by the railway company along the edge of'the ravine,
had taken the* matter iiti with the
Ladner authorities, offering co-opera-
tion and help in enlisting the-aid of
the provincial gove- ninent. The Lad-- -
ner arbiters are said lo have refused
the extended aid with , Xhe curtly
worded . communication . that they
"could take care of themselves."
j Dr.. Holmes says that the Westmin
ster Automobile club has always real
f*ed the danger pf Uk; place in ques
tion, and as recently as the' last
meeting It was proposed to put dan
'per signs up ln 'thV vicinity fo^ the
benefit of motorist*.
"There 4a- Ju*i one    way . to make
that spot safe," said Dr. Holmes, "for
It is a regular (death Xran. ��1d that is
to  odfld ^i surbstantial 'Bridge1 Across
the ravine for all classee of .traffic.''
In  the opinion bf Dr.  Holmes another very unsafe spot i* ak the. West-
minsler approach to the Fraser river
brl Ige, where several accldenla have
already occitrred."  A! remedy   could
be brought abotrt in this regard,   h<5
though't. if tbe city took.up the ipat,:
ter with lhe government.
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mt*
r:emarkable Effect of (Hot Weather in
Weatmlnster Homes and Offices
I    Today. ,
���' .      i
��� i   ...    >       .    .
- Skeptics, who have  been listening
to the  twaddle of    scientists7  about
spots- appearing 6h th'e surface of the
sun and a consequent diminution of
the heat or its rays are beginning to
think after' the  spell  of warm   weather that' Old Sol is doing the J. Jeff,
-stunt" and is "coming back."
;  Oltf thermometers' are climBing- to
heights the*e ���daiyrf'whieh they never
attained before  and yesterday  afternoon several on Columbia 'street reg-.
latere;! 'very near the century mark���
tb be exact JuSt six degrees reinoved.
However  the   meteorological  office
reports 90 in the shade.   This is some
thing unusual for Westminster, being
the Wad of weather more suggestive-
of the  climatic  extremities    of    the
Pralrii'pVevlnfts - rather'   than    the
NEW TENDERS.
Wlll
For'Electric   Installation  Work
Be Called.
At a special meeting of the school
board held on Monday afterhoon It
was decided to cftll for new tender*
for th^,electric Installation Work In
thtf p'tordsed Hlrh school. .
The contract fdr this' work had
he��in ^warded )>y, the trustees at their
meeting on Thursday flight last, and
ht that time a fehdei*- was received
from local Hrm* for the same work
at a injure considerably,lower than
that then accented.
Sortie mkunderistandlriR Is said to
have arisen as to whether these ten-
ders conformed vy Ith the necessary
reqMlwmehtd when ��� sent ��� in. Hence
the. action of the board.   ���   >
Richard Hardino, bayls, Olvorijed.       ' Comedies,.picture^, overt nllnv6rlcat
Chicago. June IS,���Surierlor Ju;)pe'riaya come and go, but the worts of
McDonald teisned a dicrefe today
arantlng a dl Otce tpWi-a; Cecil Clark
Davis, wife (ft ttlehft'rd Warding Divls.
the author. No pri>1?lbn for ajimonv
was made in the. decree.. Mrs. Davis
testlled that her husbanl left her because he caifad for another' w9man.
Hqw Murder Is Rewarded In U. S.
employed by the Dohtli^Ien' jtMr.t, stcc'iton, C��.l.. June IS,���ZooWo Clemen 1. - . menf eonfessed slayer of flve .men,
Ycshi was convict**-by Mr. Justlosjwho Wa3 copvicted Saturday of tho
Qregaiy la the tecenb Vancouver A^ murder,^ William H. Newman.
sbeg of killing a,companion d.-irlug loaal saloonntnh, on January 14 last;
a flglit at a lumber camp .U Oc; V Was eedtehced today to Polsoin penl-
Falls.                            *                  itentiary for life.
lbe g'-ofit masters ,of English Utera
ture Uve. iin for eye'r, A rres'1 bill-,
llancv w!}s Impprted to t^es.e "King's
Ytflia rJcs" by'th<? (lellglitf.i'l readings
ior which Mir* Lillian Burns wa# re-
S'ons'blo In St. Patrick's hall l^st
dlgM. '��� , '���
A very fashionable. It not ..large.
audUwev listened Intently to the-BOl��c-
tloilA frbm Wwvniiig.iTeitnyBoA and
Longfellaw w^iah.xere tliere slveft.
while Wissj yill.i'fall's pfanofore adl-
^ ed(urthey.^nVVK(o an event ^hich  .
^oes .to bhow  that W.esjEml^ater' htul- tb^iifternoo|l. Although R waJs.aevete-
western slope of the Rockies; which
are- fanned'--or are supposed to be
fnnn6d---by cdol delicious kephyrs
from the Pacific-.;
Housewives these days absolutely
refuse to stick around the cook stoves
for If they did, they would experience
-all tlte sensations usually connected
with a Turkish hath. Hence father
an.l the boya are experiencing a subtle change In the bill of fare. Tbe
-spuds; salt pork, ham; bot dogs and
other culinary creations have given
fray to' fruits, and Ice cream, and
clinking, sparkling, bubbling, liquids
which i have leen cooled upon the
cake in tbe top of the refrigerator.
Consistent physical effort Is not
to i be thought of when li is 00 in the
shade. One can only mop tha sweat
from the Brow���reek If possible the
much deslmd electric fnn, and consume quantities of root been, and
Ice cream sodas, and cherry - phosphates, and David Harums, and many
more of'those hot weather excuses
which the ding store soda fountain
affords,-'designed to cool the interior
Of mankind.
The hot weather ip al��P having a
very detrimental effect upon the ver-'
ac|ty. of hRherto ���triithtyl .citizens.
There >ppear's tb be asott'df com-
uetlt|oi|�� amons t;herm��wn��ter- owners
to see whose'instrument'has reached
the.highest.point. Vesterdaw one man
(No, no cbnnectloh with this^paper)
stated that his thermometer, which
had been han"ing on 'a hall in the
woodshed, had gone tip, so high that
It Was liftei right "^ "fl*e bail���he
h:\il tejilacedli; several limes In vain,
and finally hit upon the expedient of
,ttirnln��\tt msldq down.
This method- rrbVed satisfactory
and according to ta* statement of i'*
.ownyr failed to pull, the nai},out all.
not forgotten completely that beings
called poets once lived and worked.
ly bent.   If you don't believe this he
ls prepared to show the nail.
. ������
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNE8DAY, JUNE  19, 1911.
Classified Advertising
RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week
No' advertisement accepted
tor less" than 26c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.
\
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���PARTNER WITH *500.0O
in good paying manufacturing business.   Box 76 News office. J
WANTED-AT ONCE, GIRL OR
woman for general housework;
small house; good wages. Call
evenings, 6 to 8, at 430 Aah street.
DRESSMAKER, experienced, wants
wok either daily, or will make
ladies' own mafeHals up at .home.
Apply 216 Kegina street.
WANTED���CABINET MAKERS AND
bench men. Apply Westminster
Woodworking company.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT ��� HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, Burnished, at 224 Seventh
street.
FOR RENT���RIGHT IN THE HEART
of a delightful residential district,
two pleasant rooms with modern
conveniences and use of telephone
included. Car line runs right by
the door. Apply 433 12th street,
corner of Fifth avenue, or Box 62
News Office.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS.
701 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT���NICE REAR BED-
room, suitable for 'two gentlemen.
Apply 621 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 766 City.
WANTE1>-BICYCLE IN GOOD CON
dition.    Apply Box 61 News office.
, r
WANTED TO RENT���STABLE SUIT-
able for two horses, near Fifth
avenue and Eighth street. Phone
829.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401. 	
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRBSSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
' ?     WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
, *~     ers.   36 Hastings Btreet.
it
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.	
WANTED - A WAITRESS. APPL^
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. R
depot. 	
MONEY TO LOAN ON RESIDEN-
tial property; lowest cirrrent rate,
payable in five years with privilege
���of repayment in three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia street.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
PERSONAL.
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
purchased a canvas hammock at
Cunningham Hard-ware Company
early last week, call In and get a
refund of the price.
FOR SALE
ure boat.
FOR SALE
-NEW 14 FOOT PLEAS
1321 Third avenue.
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BUENA    VISTA    SNAP���ONE    1X)1
cleared,    gentle   slope,   flne    view,
school   on  property.      Terms  $500
15  down    and 15  months.      Apply
Owner, Box 76 Dally News.
FOR      SALE      CHEAP ��� DRIVING
mare, 7  years old.    Apply  1405 7th
avenue.
FOR     SALE ��� FURNITURE     FOR
lieht housekeeping cheap.   Room 8.
Smith Block.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE :
A SNAP���Lot on London street, partly cleared, 50x130 to lane; good and
high. Price $800; $350 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.   No. 397.
THREE GOOD LOTS���Facing on
Twelfth street between Fourth and
Fifth avenue. Price $7000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.    No. 401.
CLEARED FIFTH STREET LOT���In
good locality, 52x150. Price $1500:
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.    No. 324.
EDINBURG STREET LOT���Size 50
by 132 to lane. Close to Henley-
street. Price $1200; one-quai'l.er
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
No. 207.
LARGE SIXTH STREET LOT���
Cleared, size 58x148; between
Fourth anl Sixth avenues. Pi ice
$3000; one-quarter cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.   No. 144.
FOURTH STREET LOT���All cleared
and in grass. Size 52x150. Price
$14d0; one-third casb, balance 6, 12
and 18 months.    No. 228.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
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��� AID TO  FIR8T SETTLER8   ���
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Early New England settlers
brought over a limited quantity of
foodstuffs. Their provisions on shipboard were partly spoiled duiing the
long Journey over the ocean. Fortunately, they found in the new country liberal supplies of things to eat.
The Indians had corn and venison,
and there was an abundance of flsh
in the sea, and plenty of game an!
mals and blrde in the wools.
Some of the pioneers suffered hunger. Occasionally their supplies from
England, or their crops failed, or they
neglected to anticipate future needs
of food. The colonists at .Plymouth
suffered a famine In 1623. Daring It
"the best dish they could aet before
their friends was a bit of ftsh and a
cup of water." Elder Brewster, pious
ani content, even when nnngry> used
to sit down to a meal consisting only
of clams and give thanks to God who
"had given them to suck the abundance of the seas and of the' treasures
Md In the sands."
One reason for the failure of the
crops at Plymouth was the experiment In communistic farming, whlqh
the settler tried. It failed, as It failed in Jamestown also. After land
was aprortloned each settler, to be
cultivate! by him Individually, good
crops were raised and there was
plenty to eat
Roadford spoke of "grim and grizzled face of stai ration staring" at the
oolonlsts. Gov. Wlnthrop wrote, In
1643: "Many families In most towns
had no dried t\i.b, clams, etc." A few
other records tell of hardships suffered by the colonists.
The stories of the abundance of
foodstuffs in early days'-of New England are more cheerful, however. Higginson, minister of the church at iSa-
lem settlement, who came in 1629,
���wrote home glowing accounts of the
abundance of sources of supplies of
food in New England. Said he, in his
letters home:
Bigger Than  England.
"This country abounds naturally
with stores ot roots of great variety
and good to eat Our turnips, parsnip and cariots here are both bigger
and sweeter than Is ordinarily to be
found in England. Here are stores of
pumpkins, cucumbers and other
things of that nature.
"Mulberries, plums, raspberries,
currants, chestnuts, filberts, walnuts,
small nuts, whortle berries and baws
of whitethorns near as good as cherries in England, they all giow In
plenty here."
Higginson also mentioned onions
and potatoes. He said that milk was
sold for a penny a quart. At a later
lime, John Cotton remarked that ministers and milk were the only cheap
things In the colony. Cows were
brought over very early, for milk and
for beef. Hieginson had two cows,
In part payment of his salary as mln-
ister.    In   1632  Josselyn   wrote;   "He
The   Tease.
(By Minnie Leona Upton.)
June in tbe meadows!
June ls on the hills!
was counteJ nobody who had not a j Everywhere, everywhere,
flock of sheep or goats." Josselyn al-      Her merry laughter thrills!
beets, cab-
sent to the West Indies aud to Euro-
pean countries.
Fish in Abundance.
River flsh were so'plentiful (that
colonists used them for fertilizer.
Shad sold at tlie rate of half a penny
a pound. Salmon, too. was plentiful.
Hlggings, minister of the Salem colony, says that lobsters were so plentiful ln 'Salem Harbor "that the least
boy in the planation may catch and
eat what he will of them." Higginson noted lobsters that weighed 26
pounds apiece, and the Dutch In New
York reported lobsters flve and six
feet l��n8- There were clams anil oysters in abundance.
The General Court, ever watchful
of the welfare of the colonists, enacted in 1656, a law to forbid tavern
keepers from taking advantage of
poor people.   This law i��ad:
"And whereas complaint has been
made that diverse poor people, who
would willingly content themselves
with a mean diet. ave forced to take
such a diet as Is tendered them at 12
pence the meal or more, It is now ordered that every keeper of an Inn, or
common victualling house,, shall sell
to their guests such victuals as they
call for, and not take more or other
than they desire, be lt ever eo small
and mean In quantity."., v  ..'
The court also frowned "upon cakes
and buns, and in 1637 enacted the following law:
"It is ordered that no person shall
sell any cake or buns, either in the
markets or elsewhere, upon pain of
10 shillings fine, providing this order
shall not extend to such cakes as be
made for any burial or marriage or
such like special occasions.""
Early Yankees had a goo! supply
of sweet stulfs. They learned from
the Indians how to tap maple trees
for their sap and how to make maple
sugar. They brought sugar from the
West Indies. They secured honey
from the hives ot domestic bees as
well as hives of wild bees.
The General Court also believed in
taxing luxuries In foodstuffs, artd in
1636 It adopted the following law,
which is one of the first of the American tariff laws:
"For preventing the Immoderate expense of provisions bi ought from be-
vond the seas, .it Is ordered that whosoever (after three months rrom the
date hereof) shall buy or receive out
of any ship any fruit, spice, sugar
wine, strong water or tobacco, shall
pay to the treasurer one-sixth part of
the price value thereof, and that
every person who shall buy,or receive
any of the sail commodities, with intent to retail the same to others,
shall pay to the treasurer one-third
the price value thereof."
The law exempted from duty
"wines which deacons may secure for
hona fide church use." and "commodities landed to be shipred elsewhere."
���Boston Globe.
FOR SALE���EMPIRE   AND    SMITH
^ Premier  typewriters,  in  first   class
\       shape.   A snap.   News office.-
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,
most new.    408 Fifth street.
AL-
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der. a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
tFOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$l.oo per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher fnr sinning in th(
New Westminster schools, dittos tc
commence Septonr, cr 1. Application^
stating qualifications and salary re
quired to reach tlie secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY  WHITE,
Secretary  Board  of  School  Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathhnrn Is not employed
hy tho I'nderwriters Dominion Match
'Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.,
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
OOtioe of the above.
(Signed >
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion   Match  Co.,  Ltd.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
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���'Assessrrent Commissioner's Office.
To all real estate dealers and others
who are act ins for owners of pioperty
la er out of tho city, yon would confer
a favor on all concerned by giving me
a list nf the proiierty for which you
arc acting as agenl on or before the
fiiBt, day of July, so that tax demand
notiie may be sent to you direct, thus
'enabling all property owners, who are
living o .Iside the city and represented
hero, to take advantage of the full re-
hale leriod which expires on Auuust
15.
F. BROAD,
Assessment Commissioner.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
B9X 190, DAI1Y NEWS OFFICE
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE to rent; $25 00
I ei  month.
SIX ROOM HOUSE to rent: $25.00
per month; both new and in good
location.
SNAP THIS MONEY MAKER���Nine
iholce acies In Surrey; several
acres cleared, balance Unlit clearing. Kl'O roomed house barn
UxJO; chicken hoi:so 12x48, 1000
chickens, fio ducks, 40 hens. Oood
running well at tho door; goose-
berries, cun ants. 2titH) strawberry
plants, 14 mixed fruit trees. $100
worth of wire fencinp. i'rice $3500,
I'.isy lernis. Let us show vou this
property.    No. ti.
GENERAL STORE AND POST OF
FICE���Turn'over $700 to $1100 per
month. Finn growing distiict. .Sloro
woli slocked, scales, horse, wagon
ami full equipment, Attractive price
and easy terms. This Is a money
maker.    No. !'.
NEW HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Ready
about a month; eight rooms; modern: nicely finished; only short distance from car line.   No. 24.
FIVE LOTS FOR $3000���These are on
new c il-off near Gilley station. Wlll
fell lots separately. These are well
wo: th ycui attention.
SMALL HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Only
short distance from car line and
store. $ir>(��0: small cash payment.
Kasy terms for balance.   No. 24,
See  Us About  Highland  Home.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Cu-tH  Block,  New  Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
so spoke of asparagus
bage, lottuce anj. radishes. Bermuda
potatoes sold In Boston in 1636 at
two pence a pound.
Gov. Endicott brought over apples,
pear and quince trees, and set them
out cn hiB "great farm" in Danvers.
They flourished after a while, he exchanged 500 young apples tre��s for
250 acre? of land. One of the pear
trees which he cultivated is still
Browing on the Endicott cs'ate In
Danvers. Peach, plum anl cherry
trees were also cultivate! hy the-
early settlers.
Corn was a chief food. S-pianto,
the friendly Indian, taught tho settlers ho a- to cultivate iL Cai t- lohn
Smith earlier learned about corn
:':om the Indians. After th*- colon-
i.-ts learned about corn as a food,
they worked most vigorously to cultivate and harvest it. Gov, Wlnthrop
dismissed the General Court in J.631,
until "corn sot," are planted. Then
the raising of corn was of far more
importance to tlie public welfare than
the making of laws. In harvest time
the constables had a right to command mot hanicg to lay down their
tools and go to the farms and help
reap the harvest*. At one time, colonists put their cats In their cor��
fields to destroy the squirrels and
Meld mice.
Farm Crops of Early Days.
Wheat, r>e and other oeroalg were
raised in the colonies in early days.
'n 1641 a ship was about to sail for
Europe with a cargo of wheat. In
���rder thai it might have a full cargo,
the General Court ordered that -bakers, tavern keepers or other poisons
be forbidden to bake wheat, or offer
wii<-i,   bread   for  sale,   upon   pain  of
1" : '    i It of the value of It." The
constables were commanded to seize
"I wheat bread that they might find
" '' '"' t to the Poor. Tho wheat
wag lo he exchanged  in  Europe 'for
1""' *���������- -' -ir in:.   poods.
T1"' ��'< ods offeied an abundance of
same meats to early colonists, Deer
were verj plentiful, and were quite
'���"i"-   until  they  learned  to  fear for
h��'f lives In the present of the white
man. Thej were slaughtered for
''."��� ���'' Pe'ts as well aH for their flosh.
onleon was i r.'pared for food In the
,v|m-i' time.  Five deer were brought
'.'��� ''he Indians to the settlers at Plymouth loi their first Thanksgiving
:-1''1  In  1621.    There were also beat,
ibbits, squirrels, woodcock, quail,
cartridge, snipe and other blrdB. Wild
pigeons were in great abundance.
'!'he:,   \von. s(,iu< ilmes sold as low as
i  i 'nny a dozen.
The ocean provided, an unliinite:l
Wpply of roods.    Fishing was one of
|'e n o-i   Importanl  industries of the
ime. settle ��� in i>]ymouth Colony
were   poor   Ushers,  one    reason   why
hey  suffered   hunger  more than  did
>tlier New England settlers. Settlers
L'.on-i Cape. Ann proved splendid fish-
tl'8,  and   the  men   of  Gloucester still
lold supremacy among the fishermen
if thfl Atlantic Coast.
fed was  the ohiel  lish caught and
'ten.   "The Bacted Cod," is a worthy
fpsstachusetts emblem. Codfish nourished the early :��������� it Iers, end provided
���enllll for the earl) fishermen and
merchants, Great quantities or cod
���'. e "e taken trom thfl ocean and dried
nd saltfd. A Rmall portion was kept
for home ujc, and the buJk of it was
Gone are all tbe dlBcords.
Everything's ln tune-
Wonders, wonders���
Wrought by winsome June!
F;om the darkest corners
Flowers are peeping cot.
Who'd    have   thought,    who'd    have
thought
This could come about?
Boughs that would not listen
To a word from May-
Overflow, overflow
With sweetest, bloom tolay!
And oh, this burst of glory
In gardens, one and all!
Sp,l��ndor, splendor.
By the roadside wall.
Brightening the ledges
GraveJ with Ocean's rune-
Roses,  loses.
Come  to welcome June!
All the little laddies
And lassies, fair anJ wee-
Tiptoe, tiptoe-
Bubble o'er with glee!
What are they expecting,
iro merry and so wise,
Looking, looking,
Wifh  their shining eyes?
i
Ah, June holds vacation
Within her rosy hands!
See her, see her, ,
Laughing where she stands,
Holding back the treasure
Awhile, tihe saucy tease!
Coax her, coax her���
"Please, please, please!"
���St.  Nicholas.
There is nothing like a "Tea Pot"
test at your own table to prove its
sterling worth!
ii
TEA "Always and Easily the Bestf'
BLACK, GREEN, or MIXED.    Sealed Airtight Packafe. Only
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Public   Meetings.
Public meetings to discuss .the
Loan bylaws ton which a vote of tho
Electors will be taken on June 26th)
will be held at the following places
and times:
At St. George's Hall Clarkwn
street, on Friday, the 21st * lh*t���
at ft p. m.
At St. Barnabas Hall, Tenth street,
on Monday tlie 24th inat., at 8 p. m.
. At Johnston's Hall, Sapperton, on
Monday the 24th lost., at ft p. m.
A meeting will also be held on
Tuesday evening the 25th Inst., of
which further notice will be given.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 18th, 1912.
NEW    WE8TMIN8TER    MAIL
Arrival:
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.
TENDERS   WANTED.
For the construction of a six-room
residence at Millside. Plans and
specification to be obtained from D.
McAulay, architect, Ellard Block, corner Sixth and Columbia streets.
NOTICE.
Notice to Water Consumers.
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of the piesent week the water
will be turned off from 1 p. m. to 5
p. m. In the district, lying north ot
Sixth avenue and west of Twelfth
street, including Twelfth street.
A. S. WOOTTON,
Water Superintendent.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Taxes 1912.
In order to facilitate the work of
the Tax Department during the Rebate period, Taxpayers will oblige by
sending their remittances as early as
possible.
The last day for obtaining the 1**-
bate is Saturday, June 29, and any
taxpayer, whose remittance ts not
actually received at the Mun'cipal
Hall, Edmonds, on or before tbat
date, will lose the Kebate.
W. H. GRIFFIN,
Collector.
Gold Is proved with Ore, friendship
In need.���Danish.
A Troubled Con'scisnoa.
*'T hnd n horrible dream Inst nlgbt,"
Raid Iluddloston (Theft he on mo duwn
lo Uronkfttrtt tire other morning.
"What wns HV' naked bin wife.
"1 dreamed that 1 was ln purcntory
nnd was made lo do all tbe things I
bad told iny friends I would do if 1
were ln their places."
Logical Reasoning.
Tbe law Imposing u tax on ha.-holers
hnd gone Into effect.
One morning n little hnldbeaded man
appeared before the tax commissioners.
"I've Just married my fourth wife."
he snld. "I'm entitled to a bounty,
ain't lV'-Exchange.
The Ideal.
It ls In making endless addition* to
self, ln the endless expansion of Ita
powers, ln endless growth ln wisdom
nnd beauty, thnt the spirit ot the human race finds Its Ideal. To reach this
Ideal culture Is an Indispensable nld,
and that ls the true value of culture.
On* ef Those Qusstlsns.
"Pop!"
"Well, what Is It now?"
"Say. pop, did the dog star ever hart
the dipper tied to Its tall'/"-Philadelphia Record.
Riches hove wings, nnd grandeur li
a dream.���Cooper.	
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Engineering Department���Tenders for
S:dewalk Lumber.
Tenders are Invited and will be received by the undersigned up till 6
P. m. on Friday, June 21, 1912, for tne
supply or Sidewalk Lumber.
Pari leu lai s and specifications may
be had on application to the Engineer's olffce, Municipal Hall, Edmonds,
B. C.
Tenders will not be considered unless ma lo ont on the forms supplied.
The Council does not bind lt*��lf to
accept the lowest, or anv tender.
WILLIAM GRIFriiHS.
Comptroller.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, B. C,
lune 12, 1912.
T
AT SMALL COST
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
the Hair,  Cures Dandruff,
Stops Falling Hair,
What a pity it is to see so many
people with thin, wispy hair, faded or
streaked with gray, and realize that
most of these people might have soft,
glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
and lustre if they would but use the
proper treatment. There is no necessity for gray hair under sixty-five years
of age, and there is no excuse for anyone, young or old, having thin, straggling hair, either full of dandruff or
heavy and rank smelling with excessive oil.
You can bring back tho natural color
of your hair in a few days nnd forever
ri J yourself of nny dandruff and loose
.hairs, and make your hair grow strong
ancl beautiful by using Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Hair Remedy. For generations common garden Sage has been
used for restoring and preserving the
color of the hair; and Sulphur is recognized by Scalp Specialists as being
excellent for treatment of hair and
scalp troubles.
If you arc troubled with dandruff
or itching scalp, or if your hair is
losing its color or coming out, get a
fifty cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur from your druggist, ana notice
the improvement in the appearance of
your hair after n few days  treatment.
Special Agents, D. S. Curtis and H
Ryall.
Davies' Cafe
Serve the best coffee nnd now laic
eggs for breakfast. Lunches put up
Corner Columbia and  Eighth Etreet
Cloatng:
N. R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B..C. H. R.
(dally exeept Sunday). 11:15
11:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver, via B.'C. E. R.
(dally except Bunday).SO:SO
'l0:30���Barnston  Islands arrive*
Tuesday, Thuraday and
Saturday,   and   leavea
Monday,      Wednesday
and  Friday    I4:oo
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).n 15
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).il: 15
7:80���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Snnday).. 9.45
16:16���United States Tla 0. N. R.
(dally except 8unday)..16:00
9:26���All   points east and   Europe  (dally)    7:45
22:10���All points east and Europe (dally)   14:15
9:26���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills dally except
Sunday)    7:45
19:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills     (daily     except
Sunday)    14:15
9:26���Coquitlam (dally   except
Sunday) 7:45
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       n.n
0:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  14:30
13:00���Bast Burnaby (dally except Sunday)  13.00
10:00���Tlmberland (Tueaday and
Friday)   i|:so
10:00���Annieville  and  Sunbury
(daily txcept Sunday). 14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thuraday and Satur-
{ day)  14:30
16:4 5^-Vancou ver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally exoept Sunday)..14:JO
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.  R.   (dally except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thurs-
dajr. I-riday and Sal-
da/        14:00
11:30���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and
Friday)     14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
'8:00���Edmonds    (dally   except
Sunday)  16:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday) 23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine tdally except
Snnday)  9:46
16:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tueaday, Thursday aad Saturday   8:48
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
Lehmaa. A ldergrore. Otter, Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Langley Prairie, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Bardie, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)     9:00
11:80���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        8:00
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:80
11:20���AbbotBt rd, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday) 17:80
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista    23:00
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All Work Guaranteed.
841 Front Street.     Near City Market.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulirg
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WEDNESDAY; JUNE  19, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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FURNITURE-DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS-FURNITURE
EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS
IN LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
All This Week.   Savings in Up-to-Date Wearing Apparel
That Will Prove of Absorbing Interest to All Shoppers
Big Cut in
Prices on Costumes, Suits
and Skirts
Indies' strictly tailored an.l fancy
cut suits, in plain serge and fancy
weaves; Jackets sa,tln lined! sizes up
to 44;  regular $35.00.    Special $27.00.
Ladies' tailored suits; very latest
cut. In serge anl fani-y weaves; regular $80.00.    Special    $24.00
Ladies' Tailored Suits In Cheviots,
Scotch tweed and hair st; lr;e serge,
fancy and plain c;;t; regular $25.00.
&-cclal         ?19.75
ladles' and  Mtraea* Tallore.'. Suits-,
14 years to 38-inch bust; regular $20.
��;��:��!   V.ji'j :.m $i6-<��
Extra Special
Bargain
We have a limited number of blue
and black panama suits In large
sizes; regular $16.50. Values which
will be closed out at  $10.00
Ladles' one-ple:e Panama Dresses,
ln blue and lace makes, with long
s'ee.vee and high neck; all sizes; regular  $15.00.    Special    $11.50
Special in
White Skirts
Ladies' white cctton corduroy or
whipcord five-piece tailored Skirt,
button trimmed; regular $2.1)5. Special ?2 25
lls-tlea* House' fcreeies In blue* anl
shepherd che:ltB-,  all tlz��a trotn 34 to '
44-,- plenty cf extra larze sizes.
$2.00, $2.25, $2.50
Ladies9 Silk
Dresses
Our beautiful line of one-piece sll't
dresses Is ready for >our Inspection;
shades in tan, brown, blue, black,
fancy and the shot silks; vai-jes from
$20.00 to $35.00.
Be sure and see cur extensive line
of ladies' and misses' white lingerie
dresses; embroidered and lace trimmed.    All prices f:om $3.50 to $55.00.
Extra special value in lingerie one-
piece white dresses, tri mme-.1 with
fine lace and embroidery for $3.50
and $6.50.
VERY  SPECIAL   LINGERIE   DRESS.
A beautiful line to sell for $10.00
with flouncing embroidery skirt anl
embroidered waist.
Ladies Waists in tailored and lingerie. We handle the Ladewear
Waist, which every lady admits is ths
most beautifully built waist on the
market���the material tbe finest and
the workmanship th�� best.
Ladies' grey and tan college sweats
ers, with the adjustable hood Just
the thing for water or motor tripe.
Prices $6.00 to $8.00.
We have a few of the tan and gTey
sweaters left. This is one excellent
buy;   regular $3.00.    Special   ...$2.00
We carry the American Lady Corset, the most popular corset on the
market, which speaks for Itsslf���once
worn means a satisfiel customer.
Values from $1.50 to $7.00.
1
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Wben  tmyln��,  do   not   toilet   the
kiddies���and   aeV.   to    aee    lbe    little
dr esses with bloomers attached which
does a-.vay with the undeifhirts.
We have a complete line of muslin
���underwear in gowns, drawers, corset
covers, skirts, combinations,and p tineas* ��Up��. Vfe atso bave muV\ yrtn-
ceaa     eiira  Vn  pink,  >ig,bt blue    and
mauve.     Ladies'   Brassiere  trom  75c
to *2.00.
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��� WHITE   ROCK   NEWS. ���
���   *
��� And    Local    Happenings from   ���
��� Our Own Correspondent. ���
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White Rock, June 18.���On Saturdays and Sundays Q. N. R. trains
bring hundreds of weekend visitors
to White Rock theee days. Amongst
the moat receat might be mentioned:
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLeod, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. T. Cunningham,'
and Messrs. Curtis, .Miller, Heaves
and Bartlett, all or Westminster, as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Brown;
Mr. and Mts. Dowling and Bon Pere,,
from London, Ont, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Hawkins of Vancouver, as
guests  of Mra.   E, It. Sands,   White
Rock cottar.*.
��� ���   ���
Major R. F. Haddington of Chilliwack, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson
and Mrs. D. Craig of Vancouver,
guests at the White Rock Hotel.
��� ���   c
Robert Q. Bradley. .T. P. of Chase,
B. C, paid a short visit to his daughter, Mrs. Meggltt, who with her husband ia located here at present.
���    m    a
Dr. and Mrs. Young, who have been
visiting their son, Mr. P. C. YounT,
left-a few days ago for their home in
Manitoba. Dr. Young Is the medical
inspector for government Institutions
In Manitoba, which position he has
honorably held for over 30 years, he
expressed himself as charmed with
both scenic and climatic conditions of
White Rock a*d district. It Is quite
possible that at no distant future he
may take np his permanent residence
here.
The Mo*nt Pleasant Methodist
Church Choir beld their annual plcnb
party here last Satyrda". Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. Brown and family, and Mr.
and Mrs. Hargreaves of Edmonds, arrived laat wee'r, and will remain for
the balance ot the season.    S
Mr. P. O. Canfield, princlrmi Lord
Kelvin Bchool, and Mr. Wilberg, thej
well-known Westminster cigar manu- j
facturer, are both among the latest1
purchasers of property In the town-
site. It is worthy of note that the
fourth Independent wdter supply ays-
.    ���**.*ior*artr\i Hv   nrtm.
plated, three of "fthlch are on the
townsite vroperty from the Rock
soth and east, and one being on tbs
property just back of the'preeent G.
N. R. depot Fresh spring water
piped to the doors of summer cottages and tents is no .v tq be found in
every new seaside lesort. i
a a a .
The floating pier built under direction of .White, Shiles & Co. near the
Rock, is now completed, as also are
a number of row boats, whilst arrangements aro being ma?e for the
purchase of two gasoline Measure
launches, whicli will he ln charge of
an experienced man. Boathouse and
bathing dressing rooms will be ln
readiness by Dominion Day.
��� ���   ��
Other visitors to the White   Rock
Hotel, which ls situated on the White,
Willed & Co. townslta propertv, r.ear
the Rock, are as follows: Mr. and
Mra. Harold D. Campbell, and Mr. M.
B'own of Vancouver; Mr. Phipps qf
Westminster, and a number of Hill
and Burnett's surveying party.
��� ��   ���
A passenger express, as well as a
regular baggage express rig, now
runs dally between the G. N. R. depot
and the hotel.
TO   BUILD   NEW   NATIONS.
Work of SoeUty for Assisting Service
Men Oversea.
The assisted emigration, of ey-Se--
vlce men to the Oversea State* whieh
has been carried on for about tt.wo
years from the offices of the Naval
and Military Emigration league, at
14, Great Smith street, London. 8. W.,
has provided homes and employment
for 173 men during tihe ?<wt eight
months. The secretary ot the league,
Mr. E. T. Soammell, F. R. G. S., gave
a Standard of Empire representative
an Insight Into the work tbe other
day. "We receive 30 or mire Inquiries
a dav." said Mr. Scammell, "and when
the 30,000 men who are due to come
out ot the army this year are added
to the ex-Service list, we ahall no
doubt get more."
Only men whose "characters" range
from "good" upward* through the regulation phrases are taken Into consideration. Yet the letters received
by the lt��ague reveal the necessities
In which the best ey-servtce men are
found. One man, whose captain had
endorse:! a paper that Mb condition
.���   ...*.!* ^   ���,ltfc      *\a~  innlnr*
T
t-tmiOEs
StrtPS? SXJWS'S-S^WW- i""=
had been exemplary, stated th it after
serving eight yeara he now,  at tha
���ind of his second yer out r' ae- vie��,
had been oat ot all employnen   ter
four months.    "I am    aped   39,  -nd'
have been for 21 yeara In rhe Roynl I
Engineers,"  wrote another;   "I  wish
to go to Australia, and have been !ry-'
ing to sell my pension to the govern j
ment for a lump sum, so that 1 may '
take my  <vlf�� and children.    I hav*
been   the    coxswain    of   submarine
mining vessels, and i have passed my
instruction in oil enginea   tor  coa��t
detente electric lighting.'
Mr. Scammell lntervlewe 1 some -f
tho Inquirers. A strapping, fine-lot ..-
lng man entered with a pen behind
his ear. ""Wo are employing him lor
the moment as a clerk," said Mr.
Scammell, "and he is going Into the
Canadian army. Captain Acland, :h<?
adjutant at Quebec, has been over
here the last fortnight, selecting a
dozen or so for the Royal Canadian
Artillery, and we have an application
from Canada for another 150 mem,,
whose fairs will be paid by the Do- .
minion Government. Our league has
be.?n ln existence for less than two
years, and we have already placed
nearly 600 men. Hardly any of tbem
have turned out to be failures."
The method of the league's working was explained. "When a selection
haa been made w�� advance something ca the tare, say ��7 or ��8 to
Canada. The men have, first, to do
the beet for themselves that they.can,
tnrough fiiends and to oo. Then
they give us orders for repayment. I
suppose about 50 per cent Is piun'c-
tirally repaid, and this sum goes towards the emigration of others. Canada ls most generally favored, Australia next, and a few go to''New Zealand and South Afilca. Our league
t,ets no profit out of the men, And in
dealing with the Oversea governments lt takes care to avoid all taint
of commercialism. When the men
arrive they flnd our informed representatives, and are put to whatever
work ls to be had.
"The proportion who take to civil
employment, us against military employment, ls about three to one, and
these 'civilians' mostly go on the land.
This t������n ]*\ the wor;i, for which we
need ��10,000.
"owing lo the Impetus given to recruiting bv the South African War, s��
greater number of men than usual
- Ml -e-e t from military to civilian
life during tbe next twelve months.
All of these aie In the prin:e ot life.
Many of tihem are smart and alert,
aad aie leaving the services with
"Cood," "Very good," or "Exemplary"
characters. Few of tliem realize the
handicap their services to our coun-
tiy will prove to be in the struggle
for even a minimum wage ln civil
employment.
"There are thousands of men leav-
;ag the colors every year for whom
not even temporary employment-can
be found. The consequence is, ac- j
wording to tlie report of the Commission of the Poor Law, Issued ln
1909, that from 16 to 22 per cent of
the "human wreckage" to be found ln
the casual wards and Church and Salvation Army homes have been ln tbo
Services. The Naval and Military
Emigration League has now before it
hundreds ot applications for help,
which iue increasing day by day to
enable men to emigrate to certain
employment overseas, with whijh it
cannot deal, owing to la-ak of funds."
I hausted as the energies of Its  members, and it would seem that nothing
' 8hoi t of a general collapse or ministers could procure a reasonable suspension of the unhealthy energies of
the  few.    But  here again  ministers
have the advantage, because they can
take    holidays    by  relays, a    lunrry
which to the house at large is imprac-
ih ���������i\e when five-lined whips appear
every week.      It    really  seems    as
tiiOdUi   Durilament   would   be   driven
to the    last    resort    of the sweat* 1
workman,  and   compelled   to  strike."
���Pall Mall Ca:.ette. ^f���
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Car. 6th and GOlumBh
GRANTS   TO   MOTHERS.
Proposed In France te Remedy Present   Conditions.
Paris, June 18.���M. M. Mesalmy,
who was Minister ot War in the last
Cabinet, haa laid before the Chamber
of Deputies a proposal to make state
granls to mothers of more than four
cWJren. This proposal la probably
Induced by the revelations of the vital
Statistics of France for last year,
which showed only 743,114 trirths,
against 776,983 deaths.
The plan la likely to cause diacussion, for M. M. Messimy suggests
that the money required should be
raip��1 by a tax on bachelors and
cfilldiees married men, or men -who
have only one child.
He suggests that every French
mother should receive when her fifth
nhlUf ls born either $20 caah or half
that amount, and havei the otlier half
Invested for her. Payments tor each
succeeding child would be made c-
cordlng to a eliding scale
M. M. Messlmv calcu'ates that a
woman who had ei��ht children before
she was 31 years ol ;i would receive o.
pension ot 121 or thereabouts from
the age of 60 untll death.
White Hope Elimination.
Las Vegas, N. M.. June 18.���Tommy
Ryan, retired middleweight champion,
yes'erday resigned aa trainer ln chief
of the camp of Flynn, who la to meet
Jack Johnson .here for the heavyweight championship ot the world on
July 4. There has not been harmony
between Flynn and Ryan since Mie
arrival of the trainer and a disagreement arose between them. The cause
of the disagreement Is not known.
Rubber Heels
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"Every one In titti about the House
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The huestton is what can be done to
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"God
a  rot-o.'all   dripping
plucked
sw^et
With dewy down; all- frail and cool
With evening, as "a new-made moon
Asleep withto ijlorest pool;
-. He laid the tAQiftlMAune's fe��St���
And sotaevafc_iULUfii.lt ^"n*	
���Emery Pottle.
: us Sli ���
Perhaps no month in the year is
more delightful than is June, the season of flowers, of felted, and of marriages. We.i**t��S��.-tt>��refore, befoie
It is too   latcia..rflX-.our tribute   to
this matcWfjjBUASasaa,;
First its name. Of course there
are many sugietfWAi hs to Us origin.
Some connec* Jltf l&lih the gentile
name of Junius, others with the famous Roman, Junius BrutuB, and
others ajaln assert its derivation
from a word sl|ijlJ%f.-",to 0,lr "Junior,"
aa it is said the name of May was de-
lived from "majbtl"! 7
But, Ovi.l connected June with tho
goddess Juno, who shared with Jupiter the chief place among the Roman
gods, Juno's functions included
���watching over women, she protected
maidenhood under the name of Vlr-
glnensls, and she it/fas who ushered
them into the rites'of "marriage and
���watched over their "welded life.
Our   present���'*��� day June    mariiagesj
are a byword.      We hesitate to say |
that Juno's favorite birds wfere geese. I
Our AngloeSlWWrfbfcfathers called
June the dry month, the midsummer
month  as contrasted with   July, the
earlier mild 'fiMntii. *'   '
It is well .sometimes to call these
things to nijnil. Jui June took place
many events intima'tely connected
with the history both of our land and
of the little islands over the sea. Today 697 years m.f^itateed since
Magna Charta was signed by King
John; yesterday was the 97th anniversary of Waterloo flght:   l
Today also was born King James 1.'
���one of the greatest kings of united
Britain; Friday is the birthday of
Henry Hudson, jtlje 'tjreat navigator,
who haB left his name on both Canadian and  American  wnti-is.
This day also-ri* Set apart for' the
Fete Dieu, the great celebration of
the name of God by the Church of
Roma There afe, majiy other Interesting matters bound up with the
month of Jiine^t is* the season of
growing things coming to maturity,
of lush meadows^ of skylarks singing
above the growing, corn. All things
grow in tlie world of nature. Man's
work is of necessity artificial. It
needs effort   to promote  its growth,
oray l��ut jytjhia not,
nightmaja about Its autonomy being
threatened because lt ha* had the
except j hosmty and self-respect to do some,
thing towards the defence of the Empire nfcon iphlch Its own' safety, lta
very existence, depends. * '���"*.'"'.
The people of New Zealand are to
plaice a battle-cruiser In tho Empire's
firing line without fear that by so doing they are forfeiting or' curtailing
their rlfihta to make their pwn laws
in their own Parliament fa (their capital of Wellington.     '..,  ) A
On the contrary, they hold that
Britain's naval supremacy Is. the best
guarantee their autonomy can possibly have.
Look; too, at th* country thnt haa
set this example to the other uomlh-
iohs'heybn-d tli�� seas In the vital iftat-
ter ot self-preservation. > -' ��� i
,, Nb^iZeaUndvlia* .an jj^fflf oAly a
little mpre th^, one $Undred thpu-
sknd ac|tla^e mllen-^abOut one-third
the areaot'the PTovlne* . of-Quebec
without the recently adfetf W/Htoty
of Ungava.
the population Is nine hundred and
eighty-three thousand, or less, than
one-seventh the i opulnt Ion of Canada.
, The annual revenue. ��� of. New ,Ze^
land anw*mw\tbvthe'eflulwilent of
forty-four iand a naif million dollars.
The revenue of Canada 4��~��tmoet
three times that sum.     ���
New Zealand Will, soon place a !W-
tle-fcnilser ln xt-'ot Fan pli e'H flWB*?. aftd
Canada���Well, rwe lmve-a-Nairn Defence Act on our statute book.       ���
Surely the people of_ this country
do not Intend allowing the matter to
rest there.���'Montreal Standard.,.
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the comedy parte, the slapstick stuff,
ln the drama* ln which Holmes start.
wen; you know there realty is a
Scotland Yard and there has been
been since long before Conain Doyle
brought Sherlock into the wbcjd. I It
Is the name applied to the 'biMMlngi
in which the London police have their
headquarters. This pollce headquarters building stood originally at the
corner of Chailng Cross ln London
and It was called Scotland YarV bo-
cause a long time ago, when Scotland
bail kings of Its own there used to be
a palace at the same corner of Charing
Cross where tho Scottish kinjjs could
geti rooms free when they came down
to London. After the death of Queen
Elizabeth the Scotch king, James I.
came down to .London to be kins; of
England and Scotlan:!, and Scotland
Yard Was no longer necessary.
Well! ,8'cqC
talking;.
All SOUTH AMERICA
MAKES PREPARATION
Activity,
Peru,
Especia'ly    in    Chili    and
Precedes Opening of the
Panama  Canal.
Colon, Panama, June 18.���Owing to
the near approaoh    to completion of
the Panama Canal, all South America
Is stirring itself to take advantage of
the new channel of commerce.      Re
ports from half a    dozen important
centers in the Southern Continent tell
of unusual activities.
The    Chilean     'Government      has
awarded a contract to S. Pearson &
Sons, of London, for improvements at
Valparaiso   to coat $13,500,000. These
it Is claime.l, will give Valparaiso one
| of the best harbors in the world.   The
new docks, etc., are to be of massive
construction   and   thoioughiy   modern
I In every  respect.      In  addition    the
steamship line owned by the Republic    of Chile,  the    South    American
Steamship company    ie  about to increase the number cf of its vessels by
fix: fast liners to ply between 'Valparaiso and New  York.    The company
for some years has malnta'ned a re-
KUlar service between Valparaiso and
the west coast ot Panama.
Peru is another   country' th*t *fiz\
pects  to   leap  a  rich  harvest*  from
canal trade.      The Peruvian Oovern-
ernment now breraA^a a line ot ves-1 systems   of   thl����f
tela between the iotts of that coun-1 world.    Telegraph
I try and Panama.    It has at CsjtlVoa a
fine dry dock, which brings m^ch repair work to that port. Announcement 1�� made that, a new Peruvian
railioad soon will be started. It will
lun over the Andes an.', tap the rich
region around the headwaters and
tributaries of the Amazon. The road
will connect at Corro de Pasco with
the line now extending to Caliao, thus
furnishing another g:eat commercial
artery to ffeed Mie canal traffic.
OUR   NEIGHBOR.
We are glad to note that in last
night's issue of the Vancouver Dally
Province, xOngratulatlons are cordially offered to this city upon the pro.
grcas she has attained as nvldenced
by the recently issued annual  report.
We are not quite so pleased, however, to Bee that, oilier Vancouver
Journals include' this city In Greater
Vancouver, whicli according to Henderson's (lireotory ioasesses a population of 260,000. Next time that a
directory is made locally it would be
as well tb' Include Buinaby, Ct)t|*ib
lam, Point Grey, Richmond and a few
more tiifliiiR ai'eas of land in Greater
West minster.    Or would tliey object?
SCOTLAND   YARD.
.����������
now, ni>t -the palace���throve wolCr'-
ately Well for a number Of centuries,
the authors even went so far as to go
*here tor the detectives they needed
In their fiction. DlckenB, for instance,
borrowed Inspector Bucket from Sipt-
land Yard, only changing his name
and his outward appearance a tittle,
and ev'enybbdy .Uiougbt Bucke* 'wa* a*
pietty good detective, Sherlock - not
having come from the press yet.
Scotland Yard Indeed acquired so
much business that, it was necessary
to faa^e Itf into a nijw house about
18P0. This new house waB���and still is
���on the Thames embankment. It Is a
huge red brick building and looks
like a City hall. It was nowhere near
the oiiglnal Scotland Yard, but the
British had grown accustomed to itfoe
name, and as. It had no earthly connection With;thd object to which it
was aoplled, it was, of course, retained. The new headquarters was .called
New Scotland Yard. whUo the Charing Cross holldlng was still referred
to as Old Scotlan I Yard.
Hatched-Faesd Person.
About this time appealed Sir A.
Conan Doyle���only lie wasn't Sir thfen
���leading by the hand a tall, hatchet-
faced Individual who wore plaid tap
and a curved-stem flre *oh- 'fes. he
wore a coat and trousers, too, If you
must be so literal 1. This person had
piercing eyes and a quiet mahngf,
and could tell by looking at youT
derby hat whether you drank gin or^
beat your wife. As you have undoubtedly' guessed, being a person of so��he
acumen yourself, this odd young man
was none other than the areat Sherlock Holmes, and that other person'
following hlm with a notebook In oi*e
hnd and an expression of constant
wonder on his face���that faithful
satellite is Dr. Watson. He never KM
any time to ttend to patlemtfc, as he
Is'always busy noting the superhuman intelligence of Sherlock. And
those fat. burly, blaek-mustached persons running toward the woods in a
body���those are Scodland 'Yard men
fo'lowing the wrong clew.
One might' have supposed thht after
Dovle once got busy  with. his tJP*-
writer. Scotland Yard might'as well
have close:! up. rented Its buildlnsr for
a vcudevllle theatre and started its
men up in the butcher shop buataesi.
but lt didn't.   It went right along get-
Ol��g bigger and bigger and catchtng-
more criminals:every year, and U-has,
at present one ot the most complete
"    catching   in    the
tapes- are Clicking
oft  information about   crlmtna'.s d4y
and  night   and  every   police  station
In  London  Is In communlcatloh constantly wiih Scotland Yard.    Much 0?
the actual brain work is done at
formal   conferences,   heid  in
bare upper room of the great building, where thi superintendent of de
tectives and    his (various   Inspectors-,
each a skilled  specialist  in  his own
particular line, meet  and talk things
over and make suggestions one to the
other.���Kansas City  Time3.'
this organization since that time. He,
has carried with him to the far north
the gospel pf good roads, and as a result of his eulogy the, membership
roll of the association has! boon
swelled by 1 he additlon-of the names
of a number ot Sourdeughiai and Che-
chackos who, although they are now
llvlnk hundreds of miles from the
proposed route of the Canadian Highway, are still interested enough ln
the development of Canada, by means
of good roads, to lend tlieir moral anil
financial support to tills I cause.
Commissioner Black accepted t
office bf vice-president | after soi
personal correspondence had paeaei
between himself and W. J. Kerr, president of the .Canadian Highway Association, t'��.ese two yentlemen having
become fast friends when taklng'-paft
ln the^jereaLri&fld.Qn Jhe hiddejaw-
days' $ M *#N*tTpftsPjiiL.
Kerr Veti-m'ed douth'a tew yeaft later.
and it was only after his appointment
as commissioner that bhe foVmer dwelled to return to the 'scones of his
early exololts.
- The Cauadlan Highway Association
Is "how represented   by   Its   officers
5r6m coast to coast, and, in a-few-
reeks it is expected that the most
distinguished resident of Labiador
wlll .have added hls name to the list
of vice-presidents.
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1 Wish to announce to the public
that I have opened a branch store ln
the W��t End of the city, located at
the corner oif
6th Avenue and 12th Street
Trtiis part of the city Is growing so
rapidly and our customers have become, so numerous In thU locality
that It has been absolutely Impossible
thr ub to give them the service ve
would like in the way of deliveries.
In tjiis branch we wlll carry a well
assorted stock Of
First Quality
Goods
at same prices aa at our down town
store and Sapperton branch, and will
be able to give our customers prompt
delivery,) I have engaged Mr. R. O.
Gordon to manage thla branch. Mr.
Gordon has had a long and successful experience and will' give you every
satisfaction. We wouid like you to
call and bee the store. It is one oi
the,nicest grocery -Stores in the city
I  respectfully. solicit: your  patron
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Scotland Ya:d! You know all about
it, don't you? A place in Kngland
where brainless dite.-tlves are -.harbored and from "which tticy are occasionally sent, out eo that Sherlock
Holmes may flo.it tliem and put Ihem
to shame. Then ihe detectives hang
their liea l�� r.hd ;:o bark in great confusion to Scotland Yard, while Sherlock, giving himself another shot in
the arm, explains the mystery airly to
Dr, Watsori, who cries, "Mahveious."
and runs off lo tell Sir A. Conan
Doyle about ib. Why. of course, you
know Scotland Yard and Hh men���
Tlatheads  who  are Bent  out  to  play
COMMISSIONER BLACK
WORKS FOR GOOD ROADS
The sphere cf the activities of the
Canadian Hieh wav Association has
just boen extended as far no(rth .a^
Dawson, where Mr. Georsre \Rltlc\*.
Commissioner of the Yukon, has,'a��
eepted the office of vice-president Iof
that district, he being at this time
the farthest noith member ot he association. . .
Mr. Black Identified himself with
the movement lookln�� for the bulletins of a trans-continental highway
last November, and has been one of
thf* most active men connected with
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NEW   ZEALAND'S   EXAMPLE.
While Canada has been talking,
New Zealand has been acting, ami
the little'Dominion���a niero patch in
the southern sea in'com] iii Hon v.-it!i
our Dominion that stretches from tin
Atlantic to the Pacific��� has a battle-
cruiser under construction, rtiii'rh,
when completod, wlll bp plnccd nt the
disposal of Um British Admiralty, to
be employe:! where itf service,! ��ili
will be most useful to'the Umpire;
Wa>ning of the needs of the Em-
Jiire In the matter of naval defence
was given Cana.la and Ne* Zealand
ul the same time and in the kaatne
way. -.'.'/'    1
Since then Canada has been telling.
in rather bumptious words, ^hpt. she
wo ild do If a crisis should irlse In
the affairs cf the l.Cmpire; NOW^Kita-
l.-mil has been doing eoiietlhliig Jto
meel the crisis, shoul 1 lt come.
This s< <-:ns like a reflection upon
either the wisdom or the sincerity of
Can.ul.i. and tho case appeais worse
siili when the t.vo countries nre com-
pared. ���
The governmenl ol' yieti- Zealand Is
Ba free as our own. in fact, In all <>s-
i" "Mala i' is similar W that of Canada.
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WESTMINST1JE T)AILY NfiWS
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SACK TO THE BUSH
SAID BALMORALS
;Pennant    Holders   and    Moose
Necki and Neck^-Great
Now
By defeating the Moose ,last evening, the Balmorals, the' present pennant- holders', climbed -up thi ladder
to an equal ' footing with the
Moose team. It | Was a treat game
from1 a fan's standpoint, ahd intense
Interest was shown until the nirtaln
rung down In the seventh.
The game opened with the Bals
shoving one over ln the flrat. Not to
bo outdone, the" herA stampeded ln
the second and tied the score. Both
pitchers were heading gilt edged ball
at this stage, and l'he. fans'naturally
looked for a tlaht game The second
and third stanzas were sung wltho-i'
any discord, but the fifth opened with
a tally for the Bals which (as aft .r-
wards developed) was the freeze test
That ended tbe scoring, although
the Moose had a man On third In tho
seventh, but a quick put out by Sinclair compelled the batter to become
a corpse before, he reached llrst
The teams fielded "aa follows:
Balmorals���Stein' Dlirnan, Silver;
Ryall, Scherblno, Sinclair, Manson,
Brown and Glass..   ,.
Moose���Gay, Martriout, Huhnke,
Chaput, Handy, Home, Hudson, Martin and Douglas.
The score: r:H.E.
Moose ,*..*........ ... 1.1, f>
Balmorals*      .. 2   3   1
Batteriea: Home and Handy, Glass
and Brown.   Umpire^ Chockley.
Standing of the League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Moose ..  2*   2     .500
Balmorals  ..    .-1     1      -500
Maple Leafs  1     1      .500
The Balmorals will stack up against
the Maple Leafs this evening in. a
postponed^ game.
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8PORTS   MANAGERS J
yWILV PLgASg K)OTl
in order to publish all game* In the
line of sport taking place In the district, the Westminster Dally News desires to impress on the managers of
the various Junior and intermediate
teams ih the city, the necessity of
handing In the respective lineups of
their teams,early enough, so that it
will not interfere with telegraphic
matter.
Copy addressed or telephoned to
the Sporting Editor during the after
noon or early*evening will stand a,
better show of being published than
that which Is handed in late.
������ This' paper desires''to foster the
amateur game in New Westminster,
and asks the co-operation of the
^managers ijhqnWlve*:. Howards ;tfiie<
end.
ROBERT JARDINE IS
NEW COMMISSIONER
C. L. A. Fills Position Vacated by
Dr. Doherty���Change Playing
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Rules Discussed.
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American League. '
At Washington��� R. H. E.
Philadelphia  4 12   2
Washington   5   9   1
Batteries: Morean. Houch and
Thomas, Egan; Groom and Henry.
At Detroit��� R. H. E.
Cleveland 4   8   1
Detroit ..-,  8 11    2
Batteries: Kalor, George. Krupp and
O'Neill:  Worjts and Stanage.
At Chicago��� R. H. E.
St. Louis ? *.....,.! ....-4^10   3^
Chicago   3   5    2
Batteries-. Powell and Stephens:
^Mogildge und Kuhn.
Mr. Robert Jardine was yesterday
appointed lacrosse commissioner in
place of Dr. Doherty, resigned. This
was decided upon last evening at a.
meeting held ln Vancouver of the B.
C. L. A. Dr. Doherty's letter was
read before the meeting, and Secretary Lynch was Instructed to write
to him expressing the regrets of the
association at his inability to serve
any longer.
The. new member of the commission, who will work In company1 with
Messrs. Senkler and Ebberts, Is well
known In this city, and his appointment is one that will find general
favor with the sporting public of this
city, who can rest assured that their
side of the commission will be upheld
In an impartial manner. He will as-
same his new duties at Saturday's
game on the Queens' park oval.
Mr. Jar line ls an old-time lacrosse
fan of this city, having been elecUsd
president of the B. C. L. A. some ten
years ago.
Some discussion arose as to changing the playing rules, which would
allow the club Whose player or players have been 'chased oft the playing
field, to substitute other men. This,
as can readily be seen, 13 a Vancouver scheme from ton to bottom, and
Manaper Gray, sneaking for the local
executive entertained many doubts as
to its being considered this season If
at all.
The Inlnstlce of such a move can
be seen with one eye closed, for any
team could fleld one of their second
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At Brooklyn��� R- ���-
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1'iooklyn     V~,','      ..
Batteries:    Steele and Bliss;
and Miller. "_
At  New Vork��� R- "��� ����
Pittsburg           ���"'"���!'12    J
New York.  2    <    6
Batteriei:    Camnltz    nnd    Gibson;
MnthcwBoJ, Crandall and Meyers,
At Philadelphia���      J
Chlo.ajto  .1 ,~\
Philadelphia T
Batteries:     Cheney    and
Brennan and KUHfer.
R. H. E.
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5 2
Archer;
Y. M. C. A. Convention.
The convention of Y. M. C. ���
-which begins this morning has dra*tt
n number .of officers connected wltl
the various branches to Westminster,
where the local institution has the
honor of being the rendezvous chosen
this year. An extensive program b��
Ireen mapped out consisting of lectures, readings, reports, and devotional exercises, to say nothing of an
evening m��al provldel by Stiew W.tst-
minsterites. Three seasides In a.l
will be held today, t.he wives ot thf
officers having the privilege cf
tending in the evening,
A.'s
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the United Wireless Telegraph Company. - *'       '    ���'
She has mastered the continental
wireless code, the methods of emer-
gency repair of wireless apparatus
and the replacing of broken parts of
the Intricate instruments, which must
be kept ih'perfect condition at all
times.
Lieut. A. C. Call, U. S. ,N., who con:
ducted the examination taken by
Miss Kelso, said she passed with the
higihest honors of any of the applicants for certificates who had appeared before him. The young woman Is
the first to receive a wireless certificate from any government, arfd to the
satisfaction of officers of the navy
explained Just what she would do in
case of disaster at sea. She bas been
a stenographer ln the office of the E.
H. Lewis Lumber Company and has
mastered the continental wireless
code tn her spare hours.
"I hare alwaya been anxious to go
to sea," Mlss Kelso said yesterday,
"and 1 know I shall enjoy;the work.
My friends never dreamed that I was
in earnest when I began the Atudy of
wireless, anl they will, lie surprised
to ��� learn of my success." .    .. -
General Manager Armstrong yesterday issued an order to the effect Uiat
the uniform of the women operators
of the company will be a blue jackea
with brass buttons, a tailored skirt
of the same cloth and a blue cap
trimmed in gold lace with the United j
Wireless wreath In fiont.
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Herribls Examplss.
Slang not only becomes English, bnt
sound English becomes slang. When
Landor was reading "Aurora Leigh"
he wrote to John Forstcr that It was
a Brest' poem, "but there are a few
files on Its surface." From thst it la
soma distance tt> tU�� contemporary
Ijrrtc:
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little knew what a horrific future ills
metaphor was to see.���Coiller's.
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(Continued trom page onei j
which i�� t& be held on Friday afternoon rcgnl-dlng the proposed information hm mn ih VancC-ver. ,
An Invitation to attend thfe Panama
convention at, Calgriry on June 28 and
-!�� wn? icrciv-ed fiom the board of
trade of that city. The organizers Of
the Seattle Potlatch also wrote. The
executive plans to co-operate with lhe
Westminster Automobile club in securing ael'lpboi'' a repf-csentatioti' at
this festival us is visible, the car-.-
pabn committee Having the matter In
hand.
Thc municipal committee reported
Hint, the chairman1 of the parks 'com-
mittee had been Interviewed. He had
stated that plfinp were laid, for thp
Improvement of all tha "felly parks,
nnd It only remained for the people
lo vote the money today week. Then
they would (vet biisy'hhd.put thlnss
ln shar��. As to the condition of Albert Crescent, the grass was allowed
to prow bfeeause thfe reajSel1 ^a3 under]
i era irs. It was rtated that the Wa-1
chine was now at work. .   ,
Luncheon Today.
Today, beginning'-'sharp at 1 nnd
ending sha.'-n nt 2', the llrst, ln��cbeon
of the assot-liitlon wl'l 'be held at the
Royal cafe This is itself a departure
for Westminster, nnd It Ib likely that
toine Importaht subjects Will be thefo
hiu-u'ivt un. ' Mayor Lee and IMr, J.
D. Taylor, M.P., ���---���' *u   '
The ram pn \%n
string -players wlio might go out and
put out oft commission one of the op-
-oslnc stars, tbe offending player perhaps being tuled off the field for the
.arm- or many games to come,
What would hapi-en ? Why the
'earn whose player lias been banished, could not out one of their stars,
while the other would have to get
a'ong with the cripple. No Sl'ree, the
lora's were ito1 c-anrht nsnjlns and
coming from Missouri,'will'have to
I be shown
i Meanwhile tlie fans areanrlonsl;
awaiting the .'Irtum of Comraleionei
3cnkler, who was an Inte; est ed tvpec*
tator at Saturday's game. While the
report of Referee Turnhu'l will per-
laps will nover be made rnblic, ru
mor has it that same wou'd furnl-h
interest ins reading for any loyal, sup-
ooiter of the national gamp; Certain
11 is thnt rertnln. players will foel
��� big bole in their cash account and
ihe majority of theee wlllbe Vancou
Thio commission
Fer Appearance's Saks.
Hub (suddenly waking at midnight)���
What In Un* world was that noise?
Wife (entering room.-It's ail right,
dear. The people are coining home
from tbe opera; and 1 sMpped down and
gave the front door. a slam, sn ths
neighbors would tblnk we jvere there.���
Boston Transcript .     A{
,\.
Htrsditsry.
"In genius hereditary}'* asks a sciea-
tide Journal.
An editor replies: "We have not tithe
to Investigate tbe subject, hut we are
Inclined to think that It Is. At all
events our youngsters are wonderfully
Kmart."
(ipnolnted ito
save the peine torn deteriorating Into
Roman pladiatotlal flr.htaiind no niat-
ter,���what renal ties they hand o~it>
whether they ho o"a!/i*t Wostmln-
iter or Vancouver players, the rubllo
will lend its supiori to the decisions
UlUd3.       i      < ���   i       ,,.,... v,,,
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Matinees Frldpy and Saturday.
KIIMACOLOR
Motion Pictures
Of pie. Great Durhar    showing
the cpownirtg of Thelt Majesties
KING GEORGE
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MARY
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ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
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ONE CLASS (II.) CABIN SERVICE.
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Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept 7.        Sails June 29, Ju|y 27, Aug. 24,
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Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
AND
In India amid   scenes   of   Barbaric Splendor.
ALI,, IN NATURE'S OWN
COLORS
Seats on sale   at   Tidy,   the
-iFioriat's. *.'-��� ������
3%
Typewriters
GOOD AS NEW
Empire and
Smith Premier
E. J. Bangs   ;	
WARNER, BANGS
Frank Warner
CO.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
LOANS
Typewriters FOR SALE at
a Sacrifice. Enquire at the
Westminster Daily News.
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Special Attention to
EAST BURNAEY
*
PHONE 1024.
Coldicott Blk.   East Burnaby
ij '
'T'Tr
ONLY WOMAN  HOLDING   '
WIPSLESSiW-lT
irr.;.T:
rf'".t'.'r,
f..rt: ,.,
tbo
nre down' to Bpenlc.
tor membe:ehln    i��
merrily.    ��Iia^    nisht's
tion to the fleet ol the Alae'sa Utte'i'**.
', ,i i on,.',n.v. tfim? from pl��r 2 fo-.
,l��.R'-a I'Vrta cn .In'-   1, s">o will have
t*e'\p  f'fsi"^, the only '.vcmtin in the
wor'd to ho'd a tovornmont wl.olcai
C:eiH1ralC
"1" "otr,-> '-��- ln-r b���*". oBtitilly
pafsed the oxarolnatlon |i-<n under
t..*e r'hcrt'.o'i of the navy d-rnaxtment
at r.removton, waa Immediately as-
MaJlpos.i hy
EiKSiiP^^'&s^m's
OWING TO THE "SPIING
NMD" PLAYING AT TOE
OPERA HOUSE ON
MONDAY EVENING AND
TOE DURBAR PICTURES
BEING SHOWN ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, TOE MOVING
PICTURES WILL ONLY 6E
SHOWN TWO NIGHTS
THIS WEEK, TUESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY.
Program    Changes    Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
HUSHTON'S ORCHESTRA
Hest    and    Most   Comfpi tahle i
Theatre ln the City���Airy and
cool.
i . 1*41**'   ���
Ijtl    .
.       .al ���
!-*���
TWO   SHOW8   NIGHTLY
Ucginning at 7:SO.
Admission
Straws���
Comfortable and cQqI/ ��t a
shape to fit your head in a
variety of shapes Ito choose
from. English Sennets,
American and Canadian
braicsa Prices}
Qne^fifty up to Five Dollars
Panamas���-
Six Dollars up to Fifteen
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AS MILLS5X0
':Snu.irt Apparel
for the Younger Wen 16 to 60
��� r   PACK SDL
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
If'
���  I
GHECKERS^STARS,
Ws Dramatic Experience at a
One Night Stand.
DE FINANCES THE PRODUCTION
Hew  Hs Labored  Fer a Brief Period
For ths  Uplifting  ef tho  Stage and
Why Hs Roturnod Contentedly to ths
Simple Life. <
*
By M. QUAD.
(Copyright,  1312.  ey   Associate* Olerary
Press.l
I DAD worked for* farmer for six
days at a dollar a day and bad
the money la my .pocket 1 was
a capitalist, bnt uot wildly excited. Tliere had been several times before in n\y life when I tind had rs
much as ~*n at once and fend not tried
to corner tbe coffee msrbet.
After a morning saunter along the
tracks -of a railroad ia *tbe Buckeye
Stale I went to sleep on a pile of ties
at a ���crossing nnd was dreaming (hat
the beef trust "was getting out a new
brand of <imii1 on toast, made of kun-
"%��� reveled in them. Tbe barrels ln
tbe cooper shop were plied up at one
end and a stage and auditorium constructed. Notices were also written
and posted up nt tbe postofflce and
sawmill, nnd tben 1 sat down and
studied my i*rt of Uncle Tom.
Studying His Part.
It was-dead easy. As 1 was told, and
as 1 ton-aA out Inter. 1 simply had to
loot: like * green goods cdme-on who
has opened his hox of sawdust after
getting *nck home. A dejected air, a
Tew words of resignation and u licking
would carry the purt through to a cur-
ti\i'iicail.
'rbe manager set up the beer In anticipation. Mttle Eva drank her third
bott*e and got sprung iu anticipation.
and the tavern keeper tried to collect I duties for   Lighting,   Storm   Sewers
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMIN8TER.
"Street   Improvement   Debenture   By-
Law 1912, No. 2."
By-law No.���.
A By-law io  enable   the   Municipal
Councll of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster, to raise by Loan
the sum  of Two Hundred  and   Fifty
Thousand   Dollars    ($250,000.00)    for
Stieet Improvements within the City
of New Westminster, ��nd   Ih particu-
l&r ��� ������������,.
(a) ,For Clearing, Grading and' Macadamising Stieets generally.   ,
(b) For constructing Culverts,
Ditches, Crossings, Sidewalks and any
other works necessary in connection
with same.
(c) To pay a proportion toward th3
cost of permanent Improvements to
streets, including Paving, Curbing, fa
part of our bill for ihe same reason. I
iwn glad to be able to say that He failed
In tbls.
All day the wliole company anticipated thut foe audience In the evening
would number nt least ttfteen people.
The donkey aud (he dog were walked
about tbe hamlet, nml at Intervals Utile Kva took my arm and we walked
io the postoffice and back. We also visited Ihe millpond *titt the sawmill.
Aunt Ophelia had an offer of marriage during the afternoon, tent tbere
was a string tied to it. The farmer
who made It put '�� *he proviso that
she must live to get tbrough tbe coming performance. This proviso was
looked upon t��.v some of the company
as uncauny and toy others as meaning
n packed Imtise and a demand that tbe
and any other works necessary in con
nection with same, under Local Improvement By-laws.    ,
(dl To pay a proportion toward
the cost of constructing sanitary sewers under Local Improvement By-laws.
(e) To commute ln whole or lh
part the City's proportion of the Assessment for Local Improvements on
City property fronting on Queen's and
Koyal Avenue and other streets where
permanent Improvements . are made
under Local Improvement By-laws.
WHEREAS certain* sums of money
liave been expended out of the general
revenue of the City for the construction, improvement and repair of sewers, streets and si :'ewalks, and it is
expedient that additional sums be expended in like manner and that the
Corporation at large contribute such
proportion of the expense of improv
I  SAW AliOl.'ND MiKM'.VKN   l'KOl'I.K,  A   DOU
Af>i>  A   JJO.NKIU."
garoo legs, when I tavae awakened liy
a bund being laid oa my shoulder uud
& .voice saying iu my eur:
"Prithee, friend, but >wouldst save (he
drama'/"'
When I sat up I saw nround me seven people, a dog aud a .donkey. None
*et .Uiem .weim looking happy.
"Well:''" I usked. Nujpvised '-enough
tbat It wnsiilt a constable.
"Tbis is luck, sure enough." replied
tbe -spokesman. "When .things jure at
tbeir worst tbey mend, jis oor friend
Shakespeare Una It. ll��bu, youbeholU
before yon the worthy Irat unfortunate
Shakespearean Druinuiiccompaay. limited."
Presented to the Ploy ers.
"Limited us to tuudsV"
"You've bit It. Dead twoke and; far
from in.me. Nut our fit ui i hi the
slightest thnt the fnrmeiw failed to
turn oot. This Is the een son. you
kuow, when (Incite Rube s*nvs his turnip seed, (live hlm turnips nni he
can get along wll hunt the drama. Let
me do the honors."
1   wns 'l-hen  formally  Introduced tfc>
Uncle Tom. l^egree. (Harris, ililtlle Ktii
find nil thereat of tbe cast, .nut'forgetting the donkey nnd *he dog.    A IhxmI
of sympathy seemed *o he established
bei ween u.s at onee.
"Well, where Uo I ooioie In?" I .asked.
"la tbe e��*t.- replied the spokesman,
���who was manager and nisu played double on two of ,i4ie parts.    "Ven. -nir. in
tbe csiMt.    Dim't tell me .tb.-it you are
not a born actor nud that the post or
Hamlet is  not  more  fatndliur  to  you
thou that of a Ut��bo    Take jour chuice
of part*.    You cu* even lie lUucle Itnu
nnd carry lhe piece ond reap  lionoiv
W'e would go to the town uf Spooner*
vllle,   thirteen   mile*   away,    but   we
would not walk.    We must -Hint* Have
refreshments for the Inner man; niso
three postage stamps that I may write
to the dramatic papers of (iolbnui iliac
Ihe Sbakes|M'arlan  Dramatic company
Is playing to standing ixmin only."
"How many plnnka wlll see yon
through?" I asked, thinking he would
answer at least $:mio.
"I'm: lly cu refill economy, smc* a*
nil star companies prnctlce, four plunk*
will elevate us tn ��)je seventh heaves
ot prosperity. liiderstnnd. however. It
i.s to he accepted as a temporary louu.
lo be repaid on tirst salary day."
Engaged at $200.
"And my salary'/"
"Hobo, something tells me that Be-
lascu or Hamineivtctn would offer you
IfiiOO a week It you were III .New lurk,
but you nre not there. I would*! (>e as
liberal as clnumstauces will penult.
How ahout $200 n week and u royalty
on any play you may write?"
" 'Tis dune!'' I replied as i lumped
off the lies. "I will e en make the uu ruber of plunks six!"
I wus cheered lo the echo. Tbe donkey and lhe dog cheered with the rest.
Tlie drama was saved and the stage
reformed.
We visited a nearby farmhouse and
for 50 cents In cash procured the necessary hand me outs to set our ambition aflame. Kor n dollar and a bit If
more the farmer loaded the whole out-
lit Into his wagon and drove us to
Spoonersvllle. On the way there I wns
repeatedly imlled and hugged as the
coming Thespian of the twentieth century.
An r.nclcnt tavern took us In.   The
piny be put on tor a mn ot six months. I ing streets by the laying   of sewers,
piay uc pui ��� ,���.,.���,, ,,h. mnr.   sidewalks and pavements as the Coun-
The manager and '1 la ked the mat   I      ^ ^..^  pa,t of the CQgt of
ter over ��i*d cam* to the conclusion , wlli<fll ^ tevted and raIsefi und���r j^a]
that three toowt'h-s -would   be  nil  the , impromnemt By-laws, and the amount
time we owM fetve ^pooners-vllle no ) reqinjpefl to be raised to pay the cost
matter what the 'demand.    Broadway    0f such -street  improvements, lnclud-
would be waiting tor .us.
An Artistic (Disagreement,
During the afternoon, as tlie cast sat
together i'U u.uticiputory contentment,
there wiere neverui (disagreements a*
to Uie histrionic talents ot Booth. Barrett nnd utliers. Aotingon .the impulse
of tl**** moment, l.tttle ilCvn called Eliza
Harris r 'tlirr irnd received n black eye
lu c-onspcfupnce.   The'blnck eye did uot
ing tlie contribution to the cost of
local Impro- ements is the sum of Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
($230,000.00).
AND WHEREAS It appears that if
the said sum of $250,000.00 be appropriated Prom the general revenue of
the Citv for the current year the rate
eft taxation will be excessive, and It is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
, ,    , , should be raised on the credit of the
detrr��t a iblt ifrom .her locks or acting . Corpori(BDn    and     that     debentures
should be Issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed to
be Issued  under this  By-law anil for
i creating a sinking fund for the pay-
: ment of-the said debentures when due
i'tt will be necessary to raise by special
rate in addition to all other rates each
year.duiing the currency of the said
later <m.
There -was -ulso a -alight misunderstanding between Legree nnd the donkey, in -which kicks nnd impolite lnn-
gua-pc were exchanged, but In n general way the greatest harmony prevailed. All were Imbued with the one
great MbT-rot���clip-upbuilding of the ctru-
foilows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred 'to and all
expenses connected with the Issuance
of the said loan, and the balance s.iall
be paid over from time to time as le-
quired by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable.
7. Tbls By-law shall take effect, pn
the 2nd day of July. 1912. and may be
cited as the "STREET 1MBROVE-
MENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912
NOr2."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
RECEIVED the assent of the Elec-
'tors on the day of '���, 1912.
DONE AND PASSED In Open Council the ��� day of . 1912.
RECONSIDERED and Anally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE!
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of tbe proposed By-law upon
which I the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 2tith day of June,
1912, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westmln&ier, June 12,
1912.
and the sum of $221.64 to provide for
the repayment of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debntures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as re
*
be raised annually by- special rate as-
aforesaid during the currency of the-
sald debentures the sum of $675.00 for
the payment of Interest thereon, and
the sum of $558.25 to provide for tho-
repayment of the ptinclpal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards,
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
quiied by the  City Treasurer to the  debentures therein referred to and all
several persons to whom monej s are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may be
cite! as the 'PARKS IMPROVE
MENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW, 1912."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the City in the
manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council the ��� day of . 1912.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the ��� day of -&***-, 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
CITY    OF    NEW
"Parks
WESTMINSTER.
Debenture   By-
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 26th day of June.
1912, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
ma-amd a few hnii .pulllngs were mere ? debentuies the s'im of Thirteen Thou
diversion* iby the wayside.
"JDooft open ut -K oclcx-k."
'ihe tavern keeper,this wife nnd hos-
tlec wi'i* there���no one el*e. Tliey
raitieiii at: deadhPads. We played. We
f��IJy reiliBeri the torture we were lii-
flicticrg on the audience, but the donkey wus mnde io lirny and Ihe dog u��
cbafce ifcilieu -around the cooper-shop.
Vo ���Curtain Calls.
sand Four Hundred and Sixty-six and
[38-100 Dollars ($13,466.38).
AND WHEREAS in order to raise
',; the said jrearly sum of $15,466.38 an
9 po mil special rate on the dollar wilt be
| required to be levied on the whole
' rateable propeity of the City of New
I Westnlhrster.
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
.' property of the said City according to
[the,  last    revised    Assessment    rtoll
,n  ��m-*m .'urunn T ���played. |*S&*JlW^U3P*t3K
Be*t��d tt ��w* .vevili��<l ����<(i otners u<t-  , ��,o oo)
Iuk M wasicveat. \Ve itlu.ugnt tbere \ AND" WHEREAS the total amount
w���� ��wartn-rolls;and maile our mod- } ^ ,he oxtstlng debentme debt of the
e*t aj<l'e!iruBoe,tt>ifind the Hostler gone. I ���jW    Cjtv iB Tw0. Million Five    Hun-
\V> ttautrgUt -we heard the stamping ot
leet. t*o we ��lld. It wu*tlie landlord
uud liis wite t.auiwu!^ iuillie footsteps
of l tie noKtler
\\ lien J Wi toy n .rear window 'there
was a niiitip going .on bet ween nil tfie
rest of the cast. Tliere was :{tl cents ot
my six plunks .IrPtt. and it seemed that
each and e*V*er*f .acrtor wauled to lay
lm nds on it.
I do uot kiiow robot the -end wns.
The Shakespearean Dramatic company
may be in Xpifcim-prsniHle yet. or It may
have extended lt�� farewell lour. Yours
truly returned t<a hls profession and
ale his next tlmeii giieen apples with a
mind content nnd *io (false ninbttlwii to
lure him irom hi* path *vtdestiny.
A Sign of Old Ag*.
"It seems to ine that -Worthin-ston
bus been growing old rapidly during
ttw past few years."
"Ves;   his   hair  is   bee-owing   raither
mny."
"It isn't his hair that makes hlm
seeui.uid lo nie. A innn may liave gray
hair mud still he young iu sjilrlr, but
\\ orthinglon has reached the jMilnt tn
life wl&ere he can loot at a ro��y
cheeked girl and refer to her as a
healthy y.oung animal Instead of calling, her an ungel."���Chicago Record-
Heniid.
oocooooot&ooooooooooooooooo
By Easy Stages.
"Lovp yioii neighbor," said
Uncle Kliea. "nn1 nfter you has
practiced dat awhile mebhc you
kiu git yob disposition in shape
to fiwl kind towards mos' of yoh
family relatious." ��� Washington
Stur.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
In tbo Dark.
"Has (hut boy of yours who graduated from college last year found a
Job (hot suits hlm yet:>"
"Nope,    ile'e still looking for one."
"Where's tie looking?"
"Well. I don't Just know. He seems
to do most ot his looking nights."���
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Waste of Effort.
"Nellie, why don't you study your
history   lesson   so  you   can  repent  lt
nicely to your teacher?"
"Don't hnve to.   1 beard Uncle Jack
sn.v thnt history repeats itself."���Bul-
loot} and the bed* .rare undent, but   tlaiore American.
Self Help.
Fntiicr-Why did you spend that
qtiurter 1 gave you?
Hobby - 1 helped n little boy who
wanted some candy.
Father-Ob, that's all right. Who
wns tbe little boy?
Bobby-.Me.���Philadelphia Record.
j a-ried and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00 irre-
( sjrecfive of the sums proposed to be
| rinsed under this By-law and "the
"Harbor Improvement Debenture Bylaw, 1912," "Gas Plant Debenture" Bylaw, 1912." "Hospital Debenture Bylaw, 1912." "Watei works Debenture
By-law. 1912, No 2," "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," and the
"Civic Storehouse Debenture Bylaw.
W12," of which none of the principal
or interest is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Cemincil of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
L It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of t>be said City to raise by way of
loat from any person or persons, bodv
or hollos corporate who may be will-
In? to advance the same on Ihe credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, aiiy sum or sums of money not ex-
cf.!dmg in the wihole the sum of $25').-
000.00 and to cause the same to he
paid 1*1.0 the Treasury of the said City
for the purt/oses mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
he made not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $250.0��0.00 for such sums
of money as may l* required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed hi i omuls Bleriing of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
iiound sterling: and a�� such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal of
ihe Corporation, signed by flip Ma>or
and countersigned by tlie Treasure-
rheieof, or by such other person or
..ersons as may be thereunto lawfully
authorized.
3. The said dehentures sh:i!l be
payable on the flrst day of July, 1962
it such place or places as the Councl
of the said Coi poratlon may from
time to time appoint with the approval of -the holders thereof, and shall
bear interest at the rate of four and
one-half per centum ier annum, payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July in
each and every 5 ear, and thc debentures shall have attached to them coupons for 'ihe payment of interest
which said coupons sball be signed b.v
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shnl'
���>e levied and raised In each year, in
addition to all other rates, on all the
-ateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the inteiesit upon the decent ureg and to create a sinking fund
'br the payment of the principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or en-
ictment respeeling the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
>e raised annually by special rate as
iforesai i, during the currency of the
said debentures, the sum of Eleven
Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty
collars ($11,250.00) for the payment
if interest thereon, and the sum of
Two Thousand Two Hundred and Six-
oen and 38-100 Dollars ($2216.38) to
irovlde for the re-payment, of the prin-
:ipnl.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
sulci debt n! s shall   b�� applied   as
Improvement
Law, 1912.
By-law No. ���.
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council ot The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster to raise by Loan
the sum of Twenty-flve thousani Dollars ($25,000.00) for the purpose of im-
pioung the City Parks.
WHEREAS lt is necessary to make
improvements to the parks in the City
of New Westminster and the cost of
such improvements wlll be Twenty-
flve Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
AND WHEREAS It appears that if
the said sum of $25,000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation an.i that debentures
should be issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on the debentures proposed to be issued under this By-law, airf
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the salfl debentures when
due it will be necessary to raise by
special rate in addition to all other
rates each year during the currency
of the sai.1 debentures the sum of One
Thousand Three HundTed and Forty
six and fi4-10�� Dollara ($1316.64).
AND WHEREAS ln order to raise
the said yearly sum of $1346.64) an
equal special rate on tlie dollar will be
required to be levied on the wliole
rateable property of fhe City of New
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
property of the said City according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof, Is Sevemeen Million Five
Hundred and Ten Doiiars ($17,000,-
510.00).
��� AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of (he
said City is Two Million Five Hundred and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00) irrespective of the sums proposed to .be
raised under this By-law and the "Harhor Improvement Debenture By-law,
1912," "Street Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," "Gas Plant Debentuie By-law, 1912," "Hospital Dehenture By-law, 1912," "Waterworks Extension Debenture By-law. 1912," and
the "Civic Storehouse Debenture Bylaw, 1912," of which none of the piln-
clpal or Interest is ln arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. M shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any pei son or peisons, body
or bodies corporate who may he willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures here'nafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not exceeding In the whole the sum of Twenty-live Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00)
and to cause the same to he paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purpose mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
lo cause an.- number of debentures to
be ma.'e not exceeding in tho whole
the sum of $25,00(1.(1(1 lor such sum of
money as may be ie<|ulred, nol leas
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed in pounds S>:er'.lng of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.S66 to the pound
Sterling; nnd all such debentures
shall be sealed with the Seal of the
Corporation, signed by the Mayor and
countersignei by the Treasurer thereof, or by such o her person or pe-sonc
as may be thereunto lawfully authoil-
zed.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July, 1962
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders theieof, and shall
bear Interest at the inte of four and
one-half ier centum | er annum, payable half-yearly on the flrst day of
January and the first day or July In
cach and every year, ancl the debentures shall have attached to them coupons for .the payment of interest,
which said coupons shall be signed by
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
lie levied and raised in each year in
addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the City sufficient
to pay the Interest upon the debentures an:l to create a sinking fund for
the payment of the pilnclpal thereof
when due, subject to any Act or en-
nciment lespectlng the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be. raised annually by Bpeclal rate as
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over fiom time to time as required by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may be
cited as the "CIVIC STOREHOUSE
DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912."
8. This By-law before the final
passing tltereof shall receive the assent of tins Electors of tbe said City
ln the manner required by law.
DONE    AND    PASSED    ln    Open
Council the ��� day of , 19H2~
RECEIVED the aeeent of the Electors on the ��� day of , 1912-
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
Ctty Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.!
Take Notice that the above is a true-
copy of the propose! By-law upon-
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 26th day of June,
1912, between the hours of Nino-
o'clock A . M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.-
���Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, EigbtlJ
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe;
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. F. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, Secretary.
"Civic Storehouse Debenture  By-Law,
1912."
By-law No.���.
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the
City of New Westminster to raise by
Loan the sum of Fifteen Thousand
Dollars ($15,000.00) for ihe purpose
of erecting a storehouse for the use'
of the Corporation in the City of New
Westminster.
WHEREAS it is necessary to erect
a storehouse in the City of New Westminster and the cost of such erection
will be Fifteen Thousand Dolla:s
($15,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that if
the said sum of $15 000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of tho
Corporation and that debentuies
should be issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
interest on the c'.e'ientures proposed to
be issued under this By-law, and for
creating a Einkin*  fund for the pay-j
ment of the said debentures when due ,
it will be necessary to raise by special j Specifications, agreements of sale,
rate in addition to all other rates each ; deeds, business 1.-iters, etc; circular
year during the currency of the said i work gpeclalist.   A . u.ik strictly con-
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge-
No. 27, I. O. O. F., is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and-
Eighth street. Visiting bretbern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James-
Ferguson, P. G., recording seere
tary; R. B. Purdy, financial aecretary.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
debentures the sum of One Thousand
Two Hundred and Thirty-three and 25-
100 Dollars  ($1233.25).
AND WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of $1233.25 an
equal special rate on the dollar will be
required to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
pioperty of the said City according to
the last- revised Assessment Roll j
thereof is Seventeen Million Five Hundred and Ten Dollars ($17,000,510.00).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing deDentute debt of the
said City is Two Million Five Hundred
and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00) Irrespective of the sums.proposed to be raised
under this By-law and the "Harbor
Improvement Debenture By-law 1912,"
"Street Improvement Debenture Bylaw 1912 No. 2," "Gas Plant Debenture By-law 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law 1912," "Waterworks Extension Dehenture By-law 1912 No. 2,"
and the "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law 1912." of which none of
the 1 rincipal or Interest is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE THE MUNICIPAL Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows:
1. It shall be lawful for .the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not ev-
ceedlrm In the wliole the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollais ($15,000.00)
and to canso the same to be paid Into the Treasury of tlie snld City for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made not exceeding in the wliole
���lhe sum of $15,000.00 for such sum of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed in pounds Sterling of the United Kingdom of O'eat Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
Sterling; and all such debentures
shall be sealed with the Seal of the
Corporailon, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons
as may be theieunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall lie
payable on the fiist day of July, 1932.
nt such place or places as the Council
of the said Corpora'lon may from time
to 'time appoint with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall hear Interest nt the rate nf four and one-half
per centum per annum, payable half-
yeaily on the first day of January an.l
the first day of July In each and every
year, nnd the debentures shall have at-
itached to them coupons for the payment of Interest, which said coupons
shall be signed by the said Mnyor.
4. A Bpeclal rale on the dollar shall
he levied and raisel In each year in
addition to all other rales on all the
rateable property of the City sufficient 'to pay the interesl  upon the de-
fldentlal.      M.  Broun,  Koom  6,  Merchant Bank Bldg.    l'hone 715.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. H 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL, ^
JOHNSTON & Jackson, barrister*
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooma
G and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street.
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barristor-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia*
Btreet.    Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westmlnater offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streeta; Vancouver of.
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran-
'Ule street. F. C Wade, |< C
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie G a
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Ih rd Priday of each month; quar.
erly meeting on the t:.iid Friday of
February, May, Angus, a,���i Xovem-
,T ,V.S, 'J.11!.  An"";U meetingi on
the third Friday of Februarv New
JS*" mfly be proiosVd 'and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secro-
tary.
WHITESIDE & KDMONDS- Barrl*.
����� n"d Solicitors. Westminster.
Trust  hlock. Columbia street   New
"t^l"IM,e"'  1U;'    Cah,e    "M"**-
Whiteside,"  Western   I'nion     PO '
Drawer 200.    Telephone 69   ' W   J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Und ReglBtry Office New Wast
minster,  B.C., 2181 October   i910
w'"u!,heJn",t,er of ,h'' amplication of
W. Shank for registration of the
title of C. 8. Brown to Walter Shank
ns to an agreement for sal., and pur!
chase to certain lands described as
follows: Lot 8 east, 9 wesl block 1
gL?' U 158' Broni' *�� New Weslniln-
Sir,-Take notice thai I decline to
register herein for the following ���,,.
son. \ iz.. poor description
And take notice that unless you
comply with the provisions of section
83  of  this  act   within
bentures and 10 create a sinking fund I the date'hereof, you"r ippHofSon [K
for the paymenl of the principal tliere-   be ar-' '- * *      ��� ha"
aforesaid during the currency of the  of when due, subject to any Act or en-! void
said  debentures the  sum  of $1125.00   actment respecting the same.
for the payment of interest thereon,      5.   Subject as aforesaid there shall
there-j be and be deemed to be cancelled ., ,
C  S.  KEITH,
Distil^ Regisliar.
n *p
-���^f-''���';V-jv-1,*,-*-. .
WEDNE8DAY, JUNE  19, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing the Hsal property immediately benefited and the proportion in which the assessment ls made on per foot frontage:
Blk.  'Lot.   Sub.   Resub.
Assessed   Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C13|
CB'.
14
14
1
Npt
Spt
2
3
4
4
S
w%
E%
6
7
7
8
w%
9
1
i
C25|
C 30
��'A*
A
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
lfi
17
18
19
20
21
22
WH
BVs
EH
WH
Tlpperary Middle pt H
S5
H
12
1
11
60
5
6
'7
59
1
2
3
1&2
3
4
5
C
7
8
��
10
11
Npt
Spt
12
NH   !
13
SH   !
14
1
15
10
17
EH   1
WH   I
18
1
19
WH   !
EH
20
SH   !
NH   1
21
SH   1
22
NH   !
Hall, Thomas 8	
Hall, Thomas S	
Murchie, David   	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Cunningham, James   	
Cunningham, James   	
Lynch, Fred J	
Imperial Underwriters Corporation.
George, J. K	
Imperial Underwriters Corporation.
Grey, James S	
Davison, Sarah J	
Parish of Holy Trinity  	
Parish of Holy Trinity	
Pariah ot Holy  Trinity  	
Thompson, J. Lee     	
Philpot,  Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull, Martha A	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
Herling, France* E	
Herring, Frances E.  ...i	
Herring, Frances E.   ..*	
Herring, Frances E	
Padmore, Fred W	
Manson, Wm. and Hoy Hy	
Purvis, Jane R	
Blair, J. C	
National Drug & Chem. Co	
Frat. Order of Eagles  	
Blair, J. C	
Telford, J. M	
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C	
Hacking W. J	
Drew, Geo. E	
Armstrong W. J	
Rothwell, E. J	
Earl, Frederick  	
Herring Frances E	
Broderick, W. S	
Murchie, O. E	
Manchester,  G.  H	
Reid, John   	
Sinclair, D. S	
Knowdell, C. L.   	
Trapp, Nellie  	
Trapp, Nellie  .A	
Hart, F. J	
Hart, F. J. & Co	
Moresby, Mary A	
Trapp. T. J	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F. 	
Cunningham James  	
Lavery,  A.  L	
V. M. C. A	
Armstrong, T. J	
Lane, R. & W	
City of New Westminster	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Chuich.
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay,  Maud   	
Walker. Elinor J	
Welsh. Mary  M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
Qtllia, John  	
Green. T. B. & Mary Scane
65.94|$
40.31
25.64
49.40
65.80i
49.40
37.951
37.95:
75.90
72.60J
36.30
36.30
49.50
49.50
143.28
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
65.91
65.91
65.91
65.91
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.01
65.93
66.95
65.93
65.94
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
33.01
33.U
33.03
33.03
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.001
66.001
66.00J
66.001
66.00
1541.87|
64.00
52.00
50.00|
50.00!
50.00!
55.00
55.00|
55.001
Church I   132.00J
       66.001
&::;
'I3ft24|' |
25    | |
2��*27 | |
28&10 ft. of 29 |
29 balance
30
I 31
32
I 36
36
37
38
39
40
|    41	
42    I 24.U6
]   42   balance |
|43A44| |
S6 [8.9,35&c|19 E HI
1 '      21      |
22 SHI
22 NHI
23
26
26
27
28
29&30
31
32
33
34
35
36
"&C.I36    Spt
(37   WH|
1       EHI
Sfi
S7
8.9,:
I
38
39
44
2
3
4
6
6
2       I;
Npt WH
7   1
EH    21
Hf
��
B
t\
26
11
l
2
15
lfi
17
18
27
1
2
1
3
4
i
6
Trustee* Central  Meth
Hood,   Mary  G	
Major CO |     66,oo
Dockrill. G. O. M. Estate        66 00
Major, C. G I     66.00
Peck. John    I     66.00
MacNab, John    i     66 00
Altar.  Ad  T        66.001
Dawe, Samuel    ., \     66 oo'
Loat, C.3 ;...' I     26.00
Gauvreau. Jesse Marion   j     40.001
Burr. Margaret A |     66.00
Rithet, R. p.   jm_
Wintemute iMary J j     66.00
Osborne.  Charles    1     66.0o
Johns,  John     -���^������\\\\\*\^*\^ss\\*\\\\^B..--\     66.00
Brine, A. JT	
Wilkie, Walter G. E. H
Innes, William
Sinclair, A. J
Sinclair, A. J
Shtnobu, C
Pace, J. J
Rogera, Bessie  . ���
Schmere E. A. B.	
Fonester, W. W	
MoPherson, J. W	
Dutch, Alexander  	
Smith, Jaa. Carter  	
Smith, Annie E	
Robson, Carrie M	
Robson. Chas. J	
Gilley, W. R	
Watson,  Mary   	
Watson, Mary   	
McDonnell, Mary A	
Smyth, Patrick  	
Rafoson, Harold, C	
Jackson.  Fredk	
A nderson. Jas	
Hudson, Isaac   	
Hudson Alvan & Barbara 	
Smith. J. C. & Buckland R. 	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Church
Matheson, Malcolm  	
Matheson, Malcolm  	
Baker, Melville H	
Baker, Melville H	
Smith, Wilbur H	
Hanna,  William   	
Wtelands, Ellen J	
Rousseau,  Amanda   	
Reid, Alice (M	
Gregg, Laura E	
Cassady, Jane R	
Fletcher, R. J	
Jardine, J. B. &   Adelaide  1,   69.33
Kerr. Gertrude A	
Armstrong, R. B	
Hall. Janet	
Armstrong, Adeline 	
Hall, Janet 	
Hudson, W. L	
Curtis, Clare  	
Giant, Allen P	
McGill, Q. & Cralg T	
Currle. Elizabeth   	
Morrison Frances E	
Levy. L. R	
Pelletler, H. L	
Jenkln. Lena   	
Peers, Margaret  	
McGill, Q. and Cralg, T. .......
Matheson A. & Jacobson H. .
Walker, M. E	
Johnston, J. B	
It. C. Archbishop of Vancouver
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver
Jardine, Robt	
33.00
33.09
66.00
86.00
33.00
83.00
66.00
66.00
132.00
66.00
132.00
76.00!
56.00
66.00
66.00
66.90
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
6.56
69.45
132.0(1'
2&.60J
69.42)
29.711
29.71!
59.33
69.001
59.42
59.42)
59.411
118.83
59.42
69.25
69.26
Jardine, Robt. .
Knlfht,   B	
G afton, W. A.
Rutjedge, Thos.
Rull&dEe, Thos.
Cteelmnn, I. M.
Dunn. C. C	
Jardine, J. B. ..
Wyman F	
V/yman M	
..I
69.42
49.42
10.00
34.62
31.63
69.26
69.26
69.26
36.85
50.00,
60.00
50.00'
50.00,
60.00
71.15,
46.50
56.00!
73.34
66. Ou
49.50
49.50
49.60
49.50|
49.60
49.50
49.60
49.60
49.60
49,50
66.00
&8.7��
58.72
59.401
69.40|
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
S10
4.51
2.75
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.60
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
2.48
3.39
3.39
9.80
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.38
3.65
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.76
3.76
9.02
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
4.61
1.78
2.73
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51 '
2.25
2.26
4.51
4.61
9.02
4.61
9.02
6.20
3.82
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
0.45
4.06
9.02
2.02
4.0i)
.2.03
2.03
4.06
4.03
4.06
4.06
4.06
8.12
4.06
4.74
4.74
4.06
4.06
3.38
0.68
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.52
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
3.18
3.82
5.02
4.51
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
4.61
4.02
4.02
4.06'-
4.06
S13I   10
S13     10
14
6
7
S.Wpt
1
12
13
24
Npt 1
2
3
4
6
7
8
12
13,
14
7
8
9
10
11
12
12&13
14&15
16
1
2
3
4
&
8
9*10
11612 !
13&14 I
15&16 I
17&18 D
28
29
30
31
32
33
���34J.
13    |1,2.3
4,5,6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Pearson, T. R	
Pearson, T. R	
Meredith, Elizabeth  ...
Walker,  Mary   	
Malcolm, W. J	
Averlll, J. A	
Archibald, E. G	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Miller, H. D	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  Lizzie   	
Lane, Wm	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis Ar.tsthur 	
Johnson, Mary	
McPherson D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope, E  	
Knott, Emma 	
James, Thoe. 11. R	
Pope, John	
Burnett, D. D	
Croll, J. A	
Croll, Annie G	
Greer, Mary   	
Heard, Thornington 	
Horton. William   	
Boughen,  Isabella   	
Pope, E	
Appleton, G. M	
Pope,   John   	
Pope E	
Armstrong, Andrew  ..
Russell,  H.  W	
Collins, George  	
Forrester, W. W	
Forrester, Isabella B.
Montgomery, J. B.
Montgomery, J. B. -...
Wilson, Emeline  	
Wilson, Ralph   	
Wilson, Julia Ann  ...
Wilson, Julia Ann   ...
59.40
59.40
307.401
66.001
66.00
66.00
66.00
38.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
51.33
51.33
61.33
61.33
61,33
bl.33
102.661
102.69
51.36
66.00|
66.00!
66.00
66.00
66,00
66.001
132.00!
132.00
132.00|
132.00)
42.00]
60.00
60.00
60.00!
60.00!
60.00
60.00|
60.00
148.60
148.50J
49.50
49.50!
49.50!
49.50
49.50!
49.501
4.06
4.06
21.03
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.60
2.63
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.25
2.26
2.26
3.51
3.51
3.61
3.51
3.61
3.61
3.51
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
14,479.60|$990.29
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intend* to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the schedule mentioned above the sums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4th, 1912.
Date of first publication June 6th, 1912.
Ladies at Westminster.
l/mdon, June 17.���-The ban imposed
four years ago agalnat the admission
of ladles otber than the wives and
friends of M. P.'a to tho Ladles' Gallery of the House of Commons has
been removed.
The restrictive rule was made in
1908 in consequence of -the action of
the two suffragists who chalne.l themselves to the grille one evening when
the House wag nearly empty and began screaming. From that time until
thiB week the rule has heen that no
woman should be admitted unless
she was a relative or friend of an
iM. P.
WATER   NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Uae Water
NOTICE ta hereby given that Hall
and Damaske of New Westminster,
B. C, will apply for a license to take
and use 7 cubic feet per second of
water out of Bridal Veil Creek, which
flows ln a north westerly direction
through Section 6. Tp. 3, R. 28, W.
6th mer., and empties Into Cheam
Lake near Northwest corner Section
6. The wuter wlll be diverted at
1800 feet above Cheam Lake, and will
be used for power and domestic purposes on the land described as Lot
446. C ft P 2, C. G.
Thia notice was posted on the
ground on the 9th day of June, 1912.
The application will be flled In the
office of the Water Recorder at New
Westmlnater, B. C.
Objections  may   be  flled  with tho
said    Water Recorder   or fclth   the
Comptroller of Water Right*,  Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.
HALL & DAMASKE,
(Applicant).
CHAS. DAMASKE,
(Agent).
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOS8E, Manager.
903 Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up $6,200,000.
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank haa oyer 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacliic,
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts iaaued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford Richardson. Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)
RESERVE  	
.$15,413,000.00
.115,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada land
Newfoundland, aad ia London, England, Nsw York, Chkago and Spokane,
O.S.A., and liexMo City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available Kith
correspondsnts In all parts of ths
world.
Savings Baak Dspartmeat���Deposits
received ln sums ot #1 and upward,
snd Interest allowal at t par cent, par
snnum  (present rata).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. O. BRYMNER. Managsr.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
jjg&CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
Summer Time
Table
Goes Into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agaaslze local at 6:22.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
t.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion  In  which  the assessment Is made on per toot frontage.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A.. Vancouver
Blk.    Lot.    Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Front&fife
Feet.
Amt.
s err,
39 &
40
Eastman's
Reserve.
18,9,35,
etc.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
26
27
Hudson, Isaac 	
Hudson. Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Daniel   	
Maloney, Louise, Maud Mary .
Gardhouse. Lonsdale Lafayette
Shiles, Jennie L	
Loree, James C	
Loree, James C	
Brown. Evelyn T	
McPhail, George 	
Orr. Wililam H. and John E. ..
Orr. William H. and John E. ..
Hatherley, Thos. R	
Eastman, Henry A.
S   7
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
5 Wpt. pt.
S   7i     6
27
28
PL
S10
S10J     6
66x132
99x132
198x165
7
8
9
NE
8
I
10
11
1
2
3
4
6
6
1
2
3
4
5
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
S E pt.
N  pt.  9
10
11
SVi
Streight, Harvey M	
Hart, F. J., & Co., Ltd	
Townsend. William EL 	
Jardine, John B	
Major, Henry C	
Dougherty, James H	
Hendry. Robert R. 	
Hendry. Robert R	
Brown, Katie E	
Tether, Constance 	
Cunningham, J. W	
McPherson. Isabella Wilson ..  .
iMcGllI & Cralg	
McGill, Q. and Craig. Thos. S...
Johnson, J. A	
Wolfenden, George  	
Jardine, J. B	
Dunn, C. Celvanla  	
Murchie, E. D. and Jemmina M.
Mountain, Harriet Luoinda	
Hill. Jane H. G. Estate ...,	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Edmonds, H. L	
Edmonds. H. L. . .1	
r.enhle, Ellen J	
Dingle, Eloience E	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Baber, Walter James 	
Chappell, J. G	
Astle, James W	
Simpson. Guy  	
Brown, Carrie A	
McMillan, E. R	
McPhail, George  -.
McPhail, George 	
Merridlth, Elizabeth M	
Boughen, R. J g	
Boughen, E. J 	
Boughen, E. J	
50.00
3.19
50.00
3.19
50.00
3.19
50.0C
3.19
50.0C
3.19
50.0C
3.19
50.00
3.19
50.00
3.19
60.00
3.19
60.06
3.19
60.00
3.19
60.00
3.19
60.00
3.19
50.00
3.19
97.00
6.18
S9.26
4.41
69.42
3.79
59.42
3.79
59.33
3.78
69.25
4.41
69.42
3.79
59.42
3.79
69.42
3.79
66.00
4.20
99.00
6.30
198
12.60
47.00
2.99
73.66
4.69
56.00
3.56
73.34
4.67
59.40
3.78
68.72
3.74
58.72
3.74
66.00
4.20
69.40
3.78
69.40
3.78
59.40
3.78
59.40
3.78
92.40
6.88
92.40
5.88
49.50
3.15
49.60
3.15
49.50
3.15
49.60
3.15
49.50
61.33
816
127
51.33
3.27
51.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
51.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
51.33
3.27
307.40
19.12
.33.00
2.10
33.00
2.10
33.00
2.10
UNHAl-YIEffK
1U.taUm\ct
J. N. AHCHISON
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangera
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phons 507
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C
Second Hand Store
McDONALD A SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second    hand
cood* ot aU ktnAa.   loots especially.
���A Mclnaea BtwseC VtaoM IMS.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. in., 2 p. m. and 11:43.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle 10
a. in. antl 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Cliilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
�� BD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P   A.. Vancouver
IRCMOVALNOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER ANO
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster. B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria  StreeL
(Over Dally News.)
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc
3634.71j$231.07
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit ��nd workmanship guar-
anteed.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Water*,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 111. Office;. Princess St.
r
Notice Is hereby given that the Corporation .of the City of New Weetmlneter intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing tbe piopertles In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money aet
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial
of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
wlll be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
ln the forenoon, at the Council, Chamber In the City Hall, New Weatmlnster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the 'Municipal Council at least
eight days pi lor to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 4th June, 1912.
I  Date of first publication, 6th June,, 1912, . i ..Jj'k'
Subscribers
who do not receive   The News before
8 a.m should
TELEPHONE 999
1 and malte complaint. OAly ln this way
��� may an efficient   delivery   be   maintained,     _;��, ', ^uujji i
The Continuous!
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENOER8 IT8 CU8TOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN SS YEARS
OF   CONTINUOUS   GROWTH
AND     SATISFACTORY    SEI}-/
VICE, INVITES j^'
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
 , ^_
CAPITAL
REST ....
.$4,800,000
.15,600,000
w
NEW WESTMINSTER, jiTC
���RANCH^r^
. 4. GRACEY, MANAGER, **^m^mmmm>mmwmm
MMOT
*WM RIOHT
WESTMIH8TEE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
���
0
l
SIZES and
PRICES
$2.50 to $6.00
':;,., AND
��� -'.'��� *��� '
*-\'i\--'.     .    |
Wire Hammocks at
AtlNH W*J. ��� ' *
$3*00
.,** ���*
* h**M   ���SOLD BY���
Anderson & Lusby
'.OaW- ���>   ������**
B.&. M. FISH
M.l'.i,       .,.., )t,     i;i , ��� ' i     i,
��F1fe��h fl��xring 4 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Smelts, i er lb  10c
Fresh Halibut (half or wbolei, lb.. .7>c
Red Spring* fealroon 2 it>s. for 25c
Live Cod (half or whple), per lb...8c
Large Spring .Rabbits, each .,. ...-,35c
SiifratttSL  -   Phone 301
���HP
City News
MEANS'. CO
If*.   -a^t- rl,    ...
CHOOSK   FOR YOUR
YQU    nq,   NOT   PARTICULAR?
CARBfVb ?HAVE YOUR FIRE AND
OTHER   LOSSES   ADJUSTED   SAT
ISFACJOIIILY-  WHEN   THE    CALAMITY ^OCCURS,   THEN   BY   ALL
TO    ANY    ONE    YOU
INSURANCE.
BUT IF ..YOU WANT TO BE SATISFIED   WITH   YOUR   ADJUSTMENT
THEN   BY  ALL -'MEANS ��� .LET   ME
TAKE   CARE    OP    YOUR    INSURANCE '^MATTER'S >OR YOU.    T��E
BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD.
Alfred W. McLeod,
667 Columbia St..
Phona s?.
���
I***** ,ttfXro\0*lfr.
.    *. *   -.-.'   i
We Have
30CCCOOOCOOCCCCCOOCOCCOOOOOC
A NEW STOCK OF
Bathing Caps
from 25c to $1.50 each.
Mr. John Hendry was In the city
yesterday. No further development
has taken place regardinu the rebuilding or otherwise of the Royal
City mills recently destroyed by lire.
Rye bread���like your mother ust>.'
to make.. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. *v
A black pocketbook has been picked up by one of the city policemen
on the Yale road bridge. It awaits
the owner, who is presumably Mr.
Fonseca, of Chilliwack.
All ready-to-wear hats ranging from
$4.00 to $10.00, now selling for $2.00
at Mi&s Davey's, 402 Agnes street. *���
The police arrested, a man in
Queens park yesterday afternoon on
a charge of Indecency. He will appear
in the police court tbls morning be
fore Magistrate Edmonds.
P. R. Pearse, expert piano tuning.
Leave orders at Todd's Music House,
Phone 694.   . **
A drnnk and an autoist appeared in
the police court yesterday morning.
The former was fined, while tho latter, who was charged with drlivng on
lhe wrong side of the road, was allowed to depart.
The Ladles' Aid o: St. Stephen's
Church are planning a social for
Tuesday next, June 25. There >will
be strawberries and Ke cream anl
the like and a festive time generally
at the home of Mrs. John McKenzie,
St. Patrick street.
Have you seep the new front door
just out at the. Walsh Sash & Door
Co; ? '     **
The funeral of Mrs. Richard Harvey
and l.er Infant son, who were killed
in Sunday night's automobile accident,
will take place this afternoon from
the home of the deceased at |619
Barclay stieet. The beieaved husband, ,\yho'is still in the hospital, will
be unable Ito attend the funeral.
Sir Richard McEWde has telegraphed his heartiest tluvnksUo Mayor Lee
and the citizens of his native city for
congratulations tendered on hla ac-
c#3Sipn to thc honor of knighthood.
All standard makes of typewriters
for sae at Lee's Ltd. Call and inspect our stock. *���
Tte public meeting wliich the city
fathers intended to hold in St.
Gecr-e's hall on Thursday night for
th# juri>o8e of explaining the money-
by-laws to the-voters, has been post-j
poned until fiiday evening ns it wa-;
imr-csslhie to secure the building on I
the fo: mer date. |
Found nt tbe Walsh Sash & Door
Co., on Fourteenth stieet, everything
in the line of sash and door's.     ���*
���. This <grea,ttoti $6POftvnUy fever' otier-
fei.to U-.e ladle�� ot New Weefmltaatev
to secure one ot thiB season's hats,
cither tor dress, street, or-��� holiday
wealr, at a.trkctloii of ordlnaty coat,
at. Miss pavey's i-rtvate millinery parlors, 201' Agnes sf.ee'., . **
T>c seat sale of tlie famo is Kina-
macolor pictures of the crowning of
Their Majesties Kins George and
Queen Mary at. D-ellii. India, Rt the
Durbar recently held there, wlll commence th;-- morning at Tidy, thc
florist's. These will be shown in the
opera house Thurs.lay, Friday and
Saturday, with matinees Fiiday and
Saturday afternoons.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
EYLES���TIIE FUNERAL OF THE
late Benjamin Eyles, who died on
Monday, June 17, at the Royal Co-
lumblan hospital, takes place at 3
p.m. on Thursday from the residence of William Beadle, 413 Fourth
street. Inte;ment In the Od! Fellows' cemetery.
' ! The funeral of the late Arthur Ijee
will be held at 3 o'clock tbls afternoon, Wednesday, from the family
residence, KU' Henley street. Intei-
ment In the Odl Fellows' cemetery. *
TWO   LOCAL   SALVATION
ARMY   OFFICER8   GOING
Captain Maclean and Lieutenant
Reid of the local corps of the Salvation Army, announced last Sunday,
they had received notice to proceed
to a new station. Consequently In accordance wtth the army regulations
they will hold farewell services on
Sunday first. Their departure will be
regretted by many citizens not directly connected with the organization.
Captain Maclean only last week returned from a fortnight's furlough.
Captain Maclean has been over
eighteen, months in New Westminster, her tlmo having been
extended over the usual period on account of an urgent petition by the
local battalion. Lieutenant Reid haa
been associated with the captain over
six months, having been formerly stationed at Victoria.
All flowers, ilbbons and millinery
trimmings at half price during the
special sale at Mlss Davey's millinery
parlors, 204 Agnes street. Don't miss
this opportunity.    Open evenings. ������
'Wedding    Bella.
A quiet wedding took place  at 10
o'clock on Tuesday morning   at   the
residence of the bride's father, Buena
Vista, when Miss Mamie   Evangeline
Buchholz was united in manlage   to
Mr. James Rufus Jenkins of Vancouver,   the   officiating    minister  being
Rev. E. D.  Braden of the Sapperton
Methodist Church.    Mlas Mary Bucb-
j hoi-/   attended   her sjster as   brl.'es-
I maid, while George Buchholz, brother
Iof the bride, actel as best. man. Mr.
I and Mrs. Jenkins will reside in Vancouver.
DURBAR PAGEANTRY.
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
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING OF THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on   the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
Water Wings
at 35 cents each.
TRY OUR
Milk and Roses
for Sunburn.
arsenate; lead
for tree spray,  in any
quantity.
Curtis Drug Store
Fop
PHOTO  GOODS
���*P  IfrfcGTACLES
|       86EDS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res   72.
New     Wr.tr.iln.ter      B     C.
YOUR DOCTOR WILL RECOMMEND US.
We have been so exact in the
compounding of prescriptions
that we now possess a well
earned reputation for accuracy
and promptness. Never has a
physician had a cause for complaint in one way or another.
This .sounds like self praise,
but ft' ls the duty of every
ptyasmaisi to see that such a
se.rVlfe Js given    to    his trade.
Bring your prescriptions to
Mulr'g.and the Bpeed and sure-
yjBtetm pt your recovery from illness will be more certain.
See .your doctor;-then see us.
TOR'S Pharmacy
���7'ihdie ��1;     New Westminster,
T. f' If    ..'  '
Wood, wood, wood, wood to burn.
Walsh Sash & Doq;- Factory. Phone
431. **
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
prorerty; lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd.. 621
Columbia street. .   . **
A recent valuable addition to the
Carnegie Library is Nelson's loose-
leaf encyclopedia. This work gives
the latest information upon every
conceivahle subject, but its great feature is that by the loose leaf system
it can be kept permanently abreast
with current events. For instance
the story of the Titanic disaster Is
now included in its pages.
You would do well to call and see
the�� new styles of Mission furniture
at the Walsh Sash & Iloor Co.     **
Moody park presented an auirnated
sene hist night during the pio-j-css
of ihe Ice cream social there con'u.-t-
ed by the bodies' Aid of the Sixth
Avenue Methodist church. The event
was successful in every way and a
large number of people were present.
RewartLof $100 will be given to anyone who can make better doors tban
the Walsh Sash & Door Co.        ������
An Inuuiry into the circumstances
surroun.ling the death of Airs. Har-
vev, of Vancouver, and baby hoy.
which occurred on Sunday night
when the automobile in which she and
her husliand weie riding was clashed
over an embankment on the rivei
road, will he held in the court house
tomorrow afternoon.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property, lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., F>21
Columbia street. **
Fire Chief Watson Ir. carrying a
cougar claw about In his pocket
wliich was removed from one of the
denizens of the Queens park menagerie, yesterday Jh;: George .McDonald, of No. 2 hall, who is also a well
Unown niinrod. Tlie heast hnd been
Buttering for some days with an in-
(-rowing claw which fs the cougar
equivalent for an Innruv.-in;; toenail.
McDonald lassoed the beasi and nipped tbe claw off with a pair of pUetS
If you do not buy yo:tr sash    nnd ]
doors   at   the   Walsh   Sash   ��   Deo.:
Co. v.e both lose money. ���*
All will be delighted to learn that
an early opportunity will be given
them to see all fhe glorious pageantry that marked the crowning in In-
cMa last December at Delphi, of His
'V.ost Gracious Majesty, the King and
of Her Most Gracious Majesty, the
Queen, aa special arrangements have
been made for exhibiting in tbls city
at the Orera House on June -'0. 21
and 22, the wonde:f-jJ motion pictures
of the great Coronation Durbar, taken
in natural colors by'ltte Kinemacblor
Iof Canada, Limited,, anil which have
creiiw-a sensation- throughout the
1 world. N-
Their Maieslies haveSseen the remarkable pictures of the Dm bar in
Klnemacolor. many times in London,
and have marvelle I at the wonder of
the invention which not,only reproduces every scene at)d Incident of Uv--
Durbar In llfe-Uke motion, but alto
-reproduces them tri every tone and
sliaiK- -or tlte  original  color-*.
The Klnemacolor pictures of the
Durban have drawn vast crowds ln
Eastern Canada and in the United
States, and were exhibltel in Ottawa
ln the presence of Their Royal Highnesses. Governor-General, the Dakeof
Connaught and his Duchess and the
Pi incess Patricia, eliciting fhe most
hearty applause from the Royal
party.
, Words fail to describe the grandeur of the Durbar as shown by the
Klnemacolor pre ess. for It outrivals
any scene from the "Aiablan Nights."
Both in Montreal. London, Toronto
ahd Ottawa and otfi<5r large cities,
the Durbar in Klnemacolor drew vast
crowds for many weeks at a scale of
prices ranging from 25 cents to one
dollar and a half, an:' they nr��� still
being shown ln Montreal i and New
York.
YOU
ARE
SURE
Of LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
you buy Rubber Goods from our
store, as we never handle Inferior grades !
Hot Water Bottles, Syringes,
Ice Hags, Gloves, Sheeting,
Bandages or anything else sold
in Rubber means flrst quality at
IV.lr prices at
RYALLS
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Blook
I. O. O. F.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
The members of Royal City
Lodge, No. 2. and Amity Lo.lge,
No. 27. and all visiting brethren
arc corijlally Invited to assemble at 1 ���.'.'.o p.m , on Bunday,
June 143, ln 1. O/O. F. Hall lor
the imi'i,.os.e ot conducting the
annual Memorial Day services
at the hnll, and the decoration
services subf-ec,uently at the
cemetery. Regalia nnd badges
will be woi n. Brothers are expected to bring flowers.
COMlMITTEE.
MILLINERY.
The balance of Miss Davey's millinery stock of untrimmed shapes, including Tagel's, Leghorns, Chips and
Fancy Straws; tegular price $2.50 to
$7.00. All marked tor quick selling
$1.00 each. Don't, fail to realize what
this means to you. All this season's
shapes for tl.DO. Note the address,
204 Agnes street, nearly opposite St.
Mary's hospital. ���*
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Buinaby acreage is getting scarce and like most good
things Is In pretty stiong 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 broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby ijt'.ie tram line, is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake property is selling at from $.'1000 per acre and up. We can quote a price
nway below that, and we can give good terms.
'.      i ������
Industrial Property
10 ACRES with C. P. R. trackage
close to Millside Carline. FINE
FACTORY SITE. $750 per acre.
$2000 will handle this.       ���..,.,
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
mm
I &. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARD8LBB,       W. T. H. BUCKLIN.
Pree. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President Sec. ����������� Treat.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
===   LUMBER CO., LTD. ',
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonss Ns  �� and 877.   Shingles, Sash. Doors.   Moulding*. Etc.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Tark) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 9 p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at ��, 7, 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
���
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45. 6:45 and 8
a.m.. with hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m.. with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fiist car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trlp�� covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special ex-
cinsions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKE   VOUH   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRinSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and wav points at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 and (!:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 18 and 18.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE. CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for aale or rent while prices are low
v
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for tt is Um stuff tbst tbs foundations of wealth and bapplnees are built of.
Money may be used ln two wars; to   spend   for   what   ls
needed now aud to Invest for wbat shall be needed In tbe future.   Money cannot be Invested nitll it I* flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.    Columbia, corner eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN  ^__
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B.C. Electric Railway.
l,VQt,  %���
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED TWI.
We  write  Tire,  Life,. Accident, Ereiptoyin' Liability,    Automobile
and Marin* Insurance.
I  IA
I
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of tbe Crown Timber and Trading
Company an:l will continue t'he business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westmlnstef and  Crescent Valley,  B.  C.
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