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VOLUME 7. NUMBH^     1.
NEW  \yK3TMlNSTBH,  B.C.,  WEDN L3DAY MOKNING, MAY W, l���*l^.
VESSELS CROWD
CITY'S WHARVES
Ophir Racts Trader Up Fraser River From Seveston
to Dock.
FRASER IS BEST
INVESTMENT FIELD
PRICK rtVB CENTB.
Oscar in from  Victoria with General
Cargo���Time Ripe for Development.
That the time is ripe for better harbor facilities was amply pruved j esterday. All along the waterfront were
vessels either discharging or taking
on cai go. Practically every foot of
wharf space was taken up late ln the
afternoon, and the river side was a
busy place Indeed.
Starting from the B. C. B, R. wharf
at the foot of Kighth stieet. one found
the o!d stern wheeler Heaver, the
tramp steamer Ophir, of Vancouver,
and the Senator Jansen. At the market wharf the Helen M. Scanlon, a
e.ernwheeler owned by the Brooks,
Scanlon Lumber company, was provisioning and will leave this morning
with a boom of loss for the Nortb
Arm. The Sranlon waa used as a
passenger boat on Kmpire Day carving a large party from Chilliwack to
Harrison and return. At the Groat
Northern wharf wa��vthe Oscar, which
an ived last evening from Victoria
with a cargo of aclrl and general
merchandise.
Coming up rrom Steveston. the
Ophir caught up with the Trader,
loaded with coal for the Columbia
Cold Storage compafny. and 'then ensued a tace tbe like of which his
rarely been seen on tlie Fraser. Tbe
two tramps aie ahout the same size,
but the Ophir overhauled tbe Trader
alter a long stern chase, and docked
a few minutes ahead.
Tied up at the 0. N. tt. wharf Is
the oil and battered bulk, the Conveyor, of Vlctotia. She lg being (Uted
up as a house boat for tbe use of
Knnnle, Campbell nnd lrnniddee' crc-.v
on Pitt lake. Here anil thero, among
the la-ger craft, run bp aeen the
numil tuti which are laid un for   ��
re-n- dnyli on ��*onht W 1)1 ,l����� wnici
putting o r.lo.i to boom towing operations.
Elevators Should Come    Here,   Says
Vancouver  Broker���Will   Interest
English Money.
Faith in Westminster and the
Fraser liver is abundantly evidenced
by the attitude of the citizens of 'the
Royal City itself, but it is rather surprising to hear from the lips of a
Vnncouver broker, and prominent
member of the Stock and Grain exchanges there, an expression of a
similar sentiment.
A gentleman who was in   the city
yesterda", and who was formerly well
) known in stock exchange circles    in
I London,  stated  that it was his firm
I o| inion  ihat    ag far    as    soundness
went, Westminster was far ahead   of
Vancouver.    It  was a  revelation    to
hlm to fee the signs of a Ivanclng development on every hand.
"After all," he said. "It Is but
nutural growth, and what one would
expect in a city which has at the back
of It such u solid excuse for being, as
Is furnished by tbe varied agricultural
resources of the ilch Fraser valley."
"Then again," he continued. "I have
for eome time thought that with 'the
extensive shipping facilities offered
here, more excellent crenings are
afforded for Investment than in any
otber part of the coast. It, Is my intention to sail for London almost immediately, and while tliere I shall
en ieavor to interest capital to invest
in enterprises adjacent to the Fraser
on both sides. As a point for the
erection of wheat elevators and other
lndustiles It is my flrm cbnvlction
that Westminster stands far away
above anvthlng that can be offered
bv any other place, Vancouver included.
HOME RELIGION
NEED OE HOUR
T
C. N. R. STRIKERS
IN COUNTY COURT
BURNABY POLICE
AETER speeders
Automobilists    Must    Travel     Under
Twenty-flve  Mile* an  HCUr���Electrical   Check   System.
Evidence Against Eight Men Charged
with Intimidation and Unlawful
Assembly.
An aftermath of the troubles that
took place on the C. N. R. right of
way this spring appeared In the
county court yesterday ln the cases
of thc crown against William Julian,
Ix>uls Salberty, Mike Hurley, Elof
Olson, Steve Menechl, Tony Roel,
Ivouis Holton and Luco Mendlco.
These men were charged with intimidation and unlawful assembly in four
counts, and all pleaded not guilty.
Attorney W, IJ. FarriB appeare.l for
the prisoners, and Mr. W. G. McQuarrie for the crown.
H. A. Johnson, a statlonman, was
the fn hi witness. He said that he
had been working wkh his partners
on the right of way for seven months.
On April 14, Just as they were eating
their dlnnen ut noon these men came
up. Mendlco came inside the tent
while the rest, about l#o hundied
men, sta>ed outside. Mendlco asked
lf they were working and he warned
���them to a Ott; If /they lid not do so,
they would come back after tliem
and shoot tbem. Accordingly they
quit work anl we;e compelled to go
along wltb tbe strikers, and towards
camp four. There ls a cable there
and Ihey we:e compelled to cross by
lt to the other side of the river.
On cross examination the witness
was asked why he quit work. He ua-
eweted because he was told to.
"Were you afraid of being shot ?" Tbe
witness was not Sure, he was asked
several more questions along this
line and finally declared: "Tliey told
us to stop work and we Just had to
Btop."
The next witness was another
Swede, a partner of the above, who
was ln the same place at the same
time, and told the same story. Like
the other he could only pick out
Mendlco as one of those there. Asked
what would haie happened lf they had
not. quit work, he replied, "Deaten,
that's what."
Many of lhe men ha:l sticks, and
the witness suid he did not think they
were made for walking sticks. He
said they tetutned to work In a week.
Asked why not before, he replied,
"We were not laking any chances."
After they reached Yale they returned ln the evening to tbeir- camp
antl the witness said they had been
told by the organb.er, Lolling, that
they could go back, but not work.
Three more of the par,nets ln thc
work on the same station, all Scandinavians, followed and toid the same
story.
The timekeeper or camp four, Fied
' i     *
Fdmcnds. May is.���The Uurnaby
rolice dej a"titient nre evidently determined to stop tbe wholesale vlola-
lons of thc speed laws which are
op enl r c.i ried out ever- day within
the municipality, and tomorrow mon-
ine Ui cases will come up before
Stipendiary Magistrate Walker for
altered violation of the motor traffic
legulatlons.
On a te ommendation by Chief of
Police Parkinson at the last meeting
of the finance committee, a new electrical system will be Inetallel along
one of the main roads of the mnnl-
< ipallty for the purpose of checking
speeding automobilists, the cost of
which Is not to exceed $50. The present speed limit in Burnaby is 25
miles an hour and the councillors in
ordering the rurchas�� of the new-
appliance, remarked that they did not
wish to hold up any drivers, but
thought that 25 miles an hour was
plenty fast enough to travel. "Keep
to Hie lett" signs will be placed at
the corners of Douglas road, the Edmonds n oad and at Central Park, owing to some people, especially those
from the other side of the border,
driving on the wrong side.
ANTONEEll EOUND
GUILTY OE ASSAULT
(Continued ou Page Four.)
Northco'.e Johnson Versus McCallum,
Assignee for Abbots((u# 8hlnr,la
Company, Next Case.
A verdict of guilty wag returned by
the Jury ln the case against Antonehl
ln the county court yester lay. Sentence was defeire-J until the end of
the assizes. The accused seriously-
wounded a foreigner named Sam
Smith at Yale during a fight in a pool
room.
The rewt of the forenoon was spent
ln discueslng the case of W. 8, Noith-
cote Johnson vs. J. W. McCallum. assignee for the Abbotsford Shingle
company, and others. The suit is to
set aside an agreement for the purchase of the mill; to set aside a dee.1
conveying lands ln Coquitlam given
ns security; and to set aside an assignment made on the ground that
there was misrepresentation. The defendant Is alleged also to have made
a hreach ln the agreement for sale.
The defence declares that there was
no mlsieptesentatlon nii'l claims account for money ie:elved by the
! ulaintlff which belonged to the defendant. There are also other counter
claims. The case will come np for
trial later. The -discussion yesterday
morning arose over the application
hy So.Icltor Hansford thHt the de-
fendant be ie<iMlred lo attend and
answer on bath what "laches" the
plaintiff was guilty 6f. Mr. Hamilton
Read oppose! the application, which
nevertheless waa granted. "Laches,"
lt was stated, ineant negligence.
Presbyterian General Assembly   Deplores   Lack   of
Ministers.
BAD EOR TAE I
Bright Young  Men    Do    Not    Enter
Church's Service���Faml'y Wor-
ship Only Cure.
Seattle, May 28.���Thc United Presbyterian general assembly tonight
took up the report of the committee
on efficient ministry which reported
that bright young men no longer cared
to become preachers, and that the
only lemedy for this state of affairs,
which also threatened every otlier
church, wag the revival of religion in
the home.   The report says:
"Today the cause of Christ Is suffering Irreparable Injury because the
number of tlte ministers Is inadequate,
and their depleted ranks are not sufficiently recruited ar.d re-enforced to
cope vigorously and victoriously with
the mighty, militant forces of evil.
"This inadequacy of supply in our
ministry is due lndltectly and negatively to the partial inefficiency of the
ministry itself. The insufficiency of
our ministry is due directly to the
scarcity of candidates for the ministry.
"The failure of young men to enter
the ministry ls not. confined to recent years, nor ls it limited to the
Unitel Presbyterian church. Moreover, there is good tenson to believe
that the class of recruits for the ministry today will not rank with those
of a score or more of years ago. It
wou'd seem that the offices of the
ministry does not sipeal so strongly
to the brightest youth as in former
vents, ancl hence the insufficiency of
the present day minlst: y is due not
:aly 'j the scarotty, but often times
to the quality of Its candidates.
"The general changing of the poptt
Iation from the country to the cities
is resyonslb'e partly for the scarcity
of candidates for the minis', ry. Nine
tenths of tbo ministers of our church
Iwvii I'otiw Iioui Lhn rir.nl towns and.
country -districts. T&o decline ot thai
i ci'intry popiilullon  retards thc etrowtb I
of the  country churches that  largely
surply  tbe students  for our  colleges |
ana seminaries.
"There is, too, a general condition
in o-.::��� churc'.i at large that is not con
('���uie to tbe production of recruits
fcr the ministry. I'nsplrituul congregations have but (c v, if. Indeed, any,
eons in the ministi y. Only the truly
revived and the purely spiritual
church appeals with l.iesistible power
lo the hearts of the young men for
the highest holy calling of the ministry.
"The supreme need of the hour is
the revival of family worship. When
home religion Is restored, then the
church will not lack for servants to
minister to her holy altars."
B. C. E. R. TO ENLARGE
LOCAL FREIGHT YARDS
New Jersey   Results Up   to
Date Point to Roosevelt
Victory.
Last 8tand of Taft Men���Secretary of
League Concedes Victory to
Cclanel.
Newark, N. J., 'May 28.���Returns
from the New Jersey primary elections are as yet very incomplete, but
R looks as lf Roosevelt was going
to cairy the state. The returns came
mainly from Newark and Cape May
county and Roosevelt was piling up
a majority on the Republican si.te .
The Democratic returns point to'
Governor Woodiow Wilson winning
tbe state.
New Jersey is the scene of what
must be about the last stand of the
president's supporters. If they lose
these primaries it will look like
Roosevelt for the nomination for sure.
Tho admission of K. W. Gray, secretary of the Taft Business Men's
league, made after midnight tnat
Roosevelt had carried the state on tlie
prefeience vote is important as showing that little hope is left in the Taft
camp.
Newark, N. J.. May 28.���Republican
primary returns f:om 143 out of 1798
elestlon districts In the state on delegates at large give Taft 4844, Roosevelt 4523. LaFollette 171.
(Later)���Figures civen out at the
Roosevelt state headquarters for 102
out of 1799 districts in the state give
Koosevelt. 45U1, Taft 2833, LaFollette
191.
(Later)���Shortly after midnight, K.
W. Gray, secietary of 'the Tait Business Men's league, conceded that
Roosevelt had curried the state on the
preterence vote and that ne would
have the four delegates at  large.
"It loolts." he said, "as if the president was badly beaten."
Newark, N, J.. May 28.���Incomplete
returns from every district in the
slate ittdl.Mte tftat Uovernor Wilson /
wilt Bet  the  de;<
BUILDING ACTIVITY
THROUGHOUT CITY
Big Three Storey Store    and    Apart-
ment Block for Sapperton���
Attractive Plans.
fUN EOR ALL AT
WILD WEST SHOW
It is a hard matter in Westmlnstei
at the present time to get out of the'
hearing of saw and hammer or the
tapping of pneumatic gun as the
rivets are driven home fast. Yesterday two building permits were taken
out of the value of $11,830, one of
which Is of more than ordinary Importance to the Sappeiton sl.'e of the
city. This ls for ihe e ection of an
$11,500 three storey store and apartment block on the triangular piece
of ground at the corner of Columbia
and Brunette streets.
The owner of this building, whicb
will be quite an acquisition to Sapi erton, is Mr. J. H. Hankey, of Buinaby.
and the architects are Messrs:. Card;-
ner and Mercer. The bulluVrs Messrs
Miller and De^vhurst, began wo k yesterday and will ruth the .vho.c to a
speedy completion. The plans are on
a very attractive scale, an.l show
three stores ou the ground floor ,with
22 rooms i.uove. It will be a frame
building with cement foundations.
Elsewhere in the city signs of building development are on every hand.
On Second street, above Sirrt'i avenue
School  Girl   Visits    Moody
Park With Her Grand
Father.
Olewns   and   Cowgirls,   Indians   and
Russians Drew targe Crowds
Yeeterday.
We wen* at night, because for one
thing I had to go to achool in the
afternoon���and it waa fine. Grandfather eaid so, too, an.l he has seen
ever so many shows. He wouldn't
hurry over hia supper, and so I dirln't
see the tut lady, or the rectangaromug.
(1 think that's how they spell It), and
be wouldn't let me have one of those
big glasses of ied Muff, be said it.
would ghe me toe-nail poisoning.
Then we got into tho show and we
had to wait for a long time after 8'
o'clock, and grandfather eald that all
the world anl hie wife and kiddies
too were there. 1 didn't see him, but
I saw Mayor L��e and Mr. Trapp. But
at laat the band came inarching in,
ever such a lot of cowboys in woolly
Messrs. KenderBon brothers are erect-1 white trousers, and a   man    with    a
ing a whole row of detached houses,
and on Uui ham and Second streets
the frame-.vork of a large store and
apartment block is now in place,
while near by three new houses are
going u^.
WHO BRIBED JURY |!
IN McNAMARA CASE
^���^^^^���Kp--?^SS?0.��.. *t*y
former otslmf amtoctlvm
wilt per   Uie   adastAttm  at   !��.-/*��.   una t.ya **.u.m
at U*MBt IS mt the. Sat dlatrictttmlmmtttaa. f .-.Iroa Aneelcw.
giilng him ivtotr.l ot 22. J Wrtinmliu,   form*
voice like thunder shouted out the
different scenes, asd Introduced all
the cowboys and cowgirls, and red
Indians and Cossacks.
We saw how they used to carry the
mail in the early days before it came
on the railroads, and then   three men
and  some  girls  wound ropes  round
themselves, and' lassoed   horses   as
they galloped along.   One man could
catch five at a time, and they Jumped
through the loop of the ropes and did
all Eotts of things I never thought you
could do with a rone.   Bot before   I
forget   I    mast  ten   you about   the
policeman and a Jew man.   Oh, they
were so funny, grandfather kept   on
telling me to sit still.   The Jew man
tailed the policeman "Bradshaw," and
everybody laughed.   Grandfather 6old
j it waB an old trick and he'd bs "Chaan-
/ berlin" tomorrow,   ile aaid It was not
j tho saiu* Cbamberlmln mm too one   in
England. ^*^____Lmiaai.* _i   _.____*���
.. MsTy -tg.-~St.Ti H. / It   *vm*   ttrt-rtmm   IsSsss^V**^7,*****
* * j Moxicnna  -0t(3�� mast msMsi  avwbodr
Darrow  Trial, Continues���"It's About
Time to Get Busy with the
Jury."
The B. C. E. R. is contemplating
freat improvements to Ra present
trackage in this city. The freight
vards at the foot of Sixteenth and
Twelfth streets are entirely inade-
ouate for the present needs and these
will bo enlarged to a great, extent,
work to be started within the next
few days. Workmen are at present
engaged In relaying the switch connecting  with Anderson and  Lusby's
wurehouse.
N.
CROWDS WAITED LONG
FOR CIRCU8 PROCES8ION
For fully two hours before the circus ptocession Anally did arrive, Columbia street wss . thronged with
mothers and children anxiously waiting to get a free glimpse of the show.
It was about 12:30 when the procession came, nnd, passing up Columbia
stieet on the right hand sl.'e���wliich
In this part of the world happens to
he the wrong one���turned at Fourth
stieet and came back down Columbia.
Peine the dinner hour for many,
there was quite an audience to take
ln the sights, cowgirls and cosaacks,
broncho busters and old time stage
coaches snd prairie schooners. There
were numerous ban is in the parade,
totne of them being of a welrrl nature,
but others wee quite good, the bagpipes and nn Instrument very mucb
like It ln sound producing being included. There were many other features to an excellent show, Cite Indian", of both sexes and all ages, attracting much attention.
SAN DIEGO WANTS
SPECIAL SESSION
Legislation Would Help City to Cope
with I. W. W.���Police Are
Competent.
NEW BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Baptist congregation of Ed-
mondB wlll soon have a home of Its
own and one worthy of it. Yesterday
preliminary operations were commenced for the building of a handsome ne-.v church near, Mr. Walker s
home at Burnaby, and opposite the
municipal hall. Services are now
being held ln an empty. Store'in the
vicinity. "
The contract which calls for a
wooden edi dee with cement foundation and all necessarv equipment, to
cost. $3300, waB awarded to Mr. Gar
fle'd Bell, of Hamilton street. The
church will.be ready for the opening
service some Ume in the mldrlle of
August.
San Diego, Cal., May 29.���The possibility of a special session of the legislature to enact a law applicable to
the San Diego I. W. W. situation, was
the topic tonight among many rest-
dents of this city, lr, was said that
if such an action were taker, and a
law based upon sedition cni its consequences were enacted, that San
Diego thus would be equipped with
more measures which would enable it
to cope with its present troubles without the aid of tbe state authotlty.
Attorney General U. S. Webb indi-
t-ated yesteiday that this might be the j
result -if the authorities here were
powerless to handle the situation,
but today he declined to discuss the
Bubject.'
D. C. Glldden, city prosecutor, said
that a special session of the legislate e would be welcomed by San Diego
citizens.
Attorneys Fred H. Moore and Marr
ens W. Robtilns, representing many
Industrial Workers charged with
violations of the street speaking
oidinanoe, tried today to obtain from
District Attorney H. 8. Utley a complaint against Chief of-Pollce J. K.
Wilson, charging him with complicity
In the alleged taking from San Diego
May 16 of their stenographer, W. S.
Rawlins. They.desire that complaint
cnarging taTse imprisonment, aoauc-
tion or assault. Mr. Utley declined
to issue a complaint, saying lie be.
lieved anything done by Chief Wilson
had been ln the Interests of the preservation of the peace. Th�� attorneys
said they would take the matter up
tomondw with the superior court
Judges.
Captain John I* Sehon. superintendent of police, Issued tonight a statement to the "people of San Die^o,"
asking for the co-operation of all cltl-
*4&s In preserving order. He expressed tbe orlnion that the police department -was competent to cope with any
situation that mlrht develop ana
said that troops, either state or federal, had not been nor would be needed. Citizens were asked not to take
into their own hands the enforcement
of tb-�� law.
���   AVIATOR'S STRONG ���
FIGHT FOR LIFE
Dayton. Ohio. May 28.���Wil-
bu<��� Wright is making a strong
flpht for life. He milled this
centa* and ho;e has returned. Hli flne constitution may
enable him to pull through,
the doctors say.
���������������������������������������������
jthe McJfamata defence, and now star
I witness for the prosecution in the
I trial of Clarence S. Darrow for alleged Jury bribery, took the stanQ
late tcJay and related what he declared to be the manner in which
Darrow, then chief counsel for the Mc-
Naniiitas, and himself attempted to
bribe jurors in the trial of James B.
McNamara.
"It's about time to get busy wltn
the Jury," Franklin quoted Danow as
saying to him on October 5, 1911. The
next day, he said, Darrow gave him a
check for $1000 to be. used in buying
the vote as a juror of Robert LM. Bain,
wlio later became the first sworn
juror in the trial. He said that be
had known Bain for 20 years, ana
that he had arranged for the corruption of the juror.
George N. Lockwood was the first
witness. A gruelling cross examination by Chief Counsel Rogers of the
derence falle! to shake the witnesses'
original story. It brought out, however, and accentuated certain tacts,
which the defence said would go far
toward establishing an alleged con-j
spiracy to involve Darrow in the
bribery negotiations between Lock-1]
wood and Franklin, asserted by the
defence to have been directed by the
district attorney.
Locirwood admitted oh cross examination that be had never been
served as a juror in the McNamara
case, although he had been told by
Franklin that his name bad been
drawn. The defence undertook to
show that Lockwood's name had been
drawn after he had consulted with
the aistiitt attorney and as a part
of the proposed culmination of an alleged conspiracy against Danow.
RAILWAY OEFICIAIS
CONSPIRE V. STATE
Charge of Attorney General  Against
,   Southern Pacific In Oil Lands
Suit
- Washington, May 28--Atlorney General Wi-.-ke: stwm, in a statement todsy, declared the government's suit
agalnat the Southern Pacific compan*
for the recovery of valuable oil land
ln Southern California "has deveiopedj
tensatlonal and startling dlsciosui��s."
'Testimony by witnesses subpoenaed
by the government."   he   saya,   "pi*
sents a lemacltable picture of criminal
eonsi 1 acy among high officials of th��j|
Southern Paciflc company io. acquire'
from the   uni.ed   States,   under   an.
afrlculturnt g'ant. oil last's valued at]
fifteen million dollars." ^^^
Russian Aviator Hurt.
Chicago, Mav 28.���Paul StudensSy.
a Russian aviator, sustained a b o'cen
rib and minor Injuries toda-' wnen
his aeroplane fell about SO feet. He
was thrown clear of the .machine,
which was badly damaged.
get out, and there was soch a lot of
shooting that 1 shut my eyes at first.
Then the cowboys eame and shot the
Mexicans and one horse was ever so
clever. He hobbled off with one leg
lame. There waa a bit of red rag
tied round it. but I'm sure it wasn't
hurt really.
The Indians cane and did some
queer dancing, nothing like we had at
the May Day. Grandfather lived with
them once, and he says it was some
of the sun dance, and the tea lance,
and the dock dance. 1 never know
when he's joking.
There was a black man who jumped
off bis horse on to a cow ae he was
riding along and polled the cow right
down. 1 dual think that the cows
were very wild, hat eome of the horses
were. And one of the cowgirls rode
ohe too. They old look nice, tbe cowgirls, amd ther had a dance on their
horses with a Mt of the men, and
they did some wonderful things, bending down to the ground and picking
up handkerchiefs aa well as the men
did. There wa�� one also wbo was
with the cowboys when they did all'
sorts of tricks as they went galloping round, bnt the Russian Cossacks
seemed to know hew to do it better.
Uranorather aaid taey used to nine
cnemseivea when <*ey rode along
wtsen tbey went ont to flght. and
everybody thought that the horses
hadn't got anyone on them. That waa
in Russia.
But tbere was a funnier man than
the policeman came later on. He had
a inu'e and lt waa auch a clever mule
too. Tbe Jew maa aad the policeman
had ever such fan with it and everybody laughed, aad later on thi�� funny
man brought oat bia donkey and did
some more cate things. 1 think that
these three were the best, although I
liked the cowgirls too. But they kept
on shooting and tumbling down, and'
mocking everybody.
A boomerang is a wonderful thing".
There waa a maa threw tbem into the
air and they went all round the policeman and came back to tbe man who
threw them and he caught them In a
lacrosse net. Then th��ie was some
sbootr'ng bv two rlrla, though the man
with the big voice said that one was
a princess. They could shoot anything nnd they didn't often mlss the
Hour balls the' the Indian tbrew up
Into th* air. The Jtow man threw
fome at tbe "ollcemaa asd it went all
over his clothes.
A man came oat aad took hla saddle
off his horse, and !��!���' down and went,
to sleep. Then another man came ,
and shot him aad rode off. But book
the cowboys came aad ceased mm
down to* stealing the horse, and ther
ropel h!m anl dragged him ot tne1
gionnd.
Tive last thing was very good. There"
was an emigrant wagon rlrawn bv
oven eoins over the prairie, and It*,
stopped, all the people got out ano
tbey ut a flte. Tben the Indians eam*r
and there was a terrible ttgtit, and*
nvevbodv was killed while the ro��r
of the war on waa ret on lh* by one?
of the Tndlrn*. After that we came
home, though grandfather stood wfth
his hat off ivhlle the hand rlayed, s"d
so We got Jammei ta the crowd. He
rays that cve-yhody ought to do the
same, aad I know why now, because
he told me i PAGE-TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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��� Four   cents   per   word   per ���
��� week. ���
��� No   advertisement   accepted ���
��� for less than 25c. ���
��� Birth,   death   and   marriage ���
��� notices 60c per insertion. ���
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���WOMAN FOR HOUSE-
work one day a week. 317 Fifth
avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE, BRIGHT, Active boy for office and outside
work.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
WANTKD-AT ONCE STRONG,
husky young man to handle out-
waste paper colectlng. Apply 11. P.
Vidal <fc Co.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���TWO OR THRBE FU<R-
nisbeil housekeeping rooms. 1)20
Third  uvtnue.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
40ti Agnes street.  .
ROOMS.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply 324 Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 464 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 Citv.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
WANTKD���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply .Mrs. \\\ G. MacQuarrle, 41)
Albert Crescent.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE,
small furnished house or housekeeping rooms, June 1, for two or
three months, by couple without
children.    Phone Sullivan SOS.
WANTED���TWO GENTLEMEN RE-
Quire two bedrooms and sitting
room, in private house; breakfast
and late dinner-, pleasantly situated
close to far line. Replies Hox W,
S.S'., Edmonds, B.C.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
LANU WANTED���WE HAVE CLI-
ears for two quarter sections either
in Surrey, Langley or .Matsqui:
would like some alder bottom land
and ca3y clearing preferred. Price
must, be roc'; bottom. Address,
National Finance Company, New
Westminster,
WANTED���ACTIVE PARTNER AT
once, Pioneer Dye Works, 66 McKenzie street. Doing good business.
Experience not required.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phene 669
NEW HOUSE���On Seventh street, be-
tween Fifth and Sixth a\enucs, new
six roomed house, full sized cement basement, cement floor, furnace, flre place, large verandah, bath
nnd toilet (separate). P.ioe $1200;
caah $700 balance over two years.
No. 411.
NEW BUNGALOW���New six roomed
bungalow facing; rn Secon! stteet;
modern place with lire ptoce end
other comforts. Price $.'1300; $1200
cash balance  to arrange.    No. 402,
ALSO NEW���On Dublin street, new
six roomed bungalow, close to
T'.ve'f-h Btreet car line on a full
si/cil lot. Tbis plaoe Is modern and
will eell soon al the i rice asked.
|3600; $800 cash, balance 6, 12 and
IS mo:.tits.    No. 476.
PROFESSOR   FINDS   KITCHEN
OF OLD JEWISH    KINGS
Cambridge, Mass., May 28.���An expedition under Prof. George Reisner,
of Harvard, has just complete! a series of excavations in the palace of
King- Almb in Palestine. One of the
most remarkable linds was the kitchen of the palace, where more than
5000 ancient household utensils were
uncovered. Dr. Reisner is preparing
n complete report of bis work of ex-
cavatioir, illustrated plans and photographs, which nre expected to arrive
soon in this country.
Unite! Slates, including Julius Rosen-
wald of Chicago, president; Prof. Morris Loeb of New York, treasurer; Miss
Henrietta Szold of New York, secretary; Dr. Cyrus Adler and Samuel
Fels, ot pbhaaeiphia, Louis Maiou-.i,
of New York, and Judge Julan. W.
Mack of Chicago, directors.
STORY OF A WILL
Plans
New Locomotive Shops.
Winnipeg, May 28.���The machinery
Is being tested daily In the new locomotive shop at Transcona, an! Superintendent A. D, Porter Is busy getting
things in ship-shape for the opening
of the shops. The one hundred and
one details necessary to tbe proper
operation of the hundreds of different
machines make his task a difficult
one, but' it Is nearly completed. Major
Lawrence and Hon. Cochrane will be
here and inspect before taking over
the contract and completing arrangements with the G. T. P.
Assiniboine Kiver Hising.
bolne river is rising rapidly and heavy
rains In the west during the last two
days, cause the old-timers to fear n
flood. At Cartwright the mill and
elevator have been swept away, by
the river undermining Its banks.
Should the river swell beyond Rb
banks Immense damage to summer
cottages would ensue.
Old Bishops Must Go.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 28.���Bishops of the Methodist-Episcopal
church no longeer need face the gull-
litine methods of retirement by which
the general conference votes upon
I heir effectiveness, as the result of
the adoption by the quadrennial body
of the majority report which compeli| death of the author of the will
the retirement of the bishop at thai
general conference nearest, his seventy-third birthday.
The ruling will go into effect ;rt tb"
beginning of the next general confer
ence.
For a Gigantic Accumulation
That Wera Frustrated.
In 1707 tbere died ln London a
merchant named Peter Tbelussou. of
foreign extraction, who bequeathed
��100,000 to bis wife and children and
tbe rest of his property, amounting to
upwurd of ��000,000, to trustees, with
Instructions tbat the money was to be
Invested and' the Interest suffered to
accumulate until bis three sons aud all
their sons should have died, wben tbe
entire property was to be transferred
to his eldest great-grandson. In tbe
event of no such heir being tben alive
the accumulated property was to be
appropriated to the reduction of the
national debt
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Third Street Boulevard.
Schedule-showing the ieal property immediately benefited and the proportion   in   which   the  assessment  is made on per foot ft outage.
Blk.   Lot.   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Front nire
Feet.
Amt.
C34
4
7&8
3
4
jTipper'ary  Park
r.|    8
64 &G5
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT
for family of three adults. 221
Royal   avenue.
.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
Winnipeg,'  May   28.���The    Asslnl-p Many calculations were made as to
the probable amount which the accumulations were likely to reach, and according to tbe lowest computation It
was believed that the sum would In
seventy yenrs amount to ��19,000.000.
Tbe family of the deceased disputed
the validity of the will, and some years
were passed ln litigation, the result being that the document wus declared
vulid, but nn act of parliament was
passed In 1800 rendering null und void
all bequests for the purposes of accumulation for longer than twenty
years after the testator's death.
The last grandson of Peter Thelusson
died in 183(1. fifty-nine years after thu
Prolonged litigation again ensued, anil
when. In 1850, the house of lords decided that Chillies Thelusson was the
heir the legal expe'nses nnd costs of
maintenance were found to have swallowed up the whole of the accumulated profits, leaving to tbe heir a sum us
nearly as possible equal to the original
bequest���Pearson's.
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Corbould, Gordon E	
Corbould, Gordon E	
Vidal, James 11	
Johnston, John J	
Lynch, Fred J	
Schaake, Kate  	
City of New Westminster   ..
S pt YV %|Rae.   Jessie    '	
NptSKi ft I Hai t, F. J	
S pt of 81
&Npt of 8 Gray, Alexander 0	
N pt of 3    Ma>es, Mary Jane  	
Rogers, Mary S	
| Gifford, Lucy S. and Thos. J.
| Gordon,  Mary  C	
I Rand, Arthur E	
| Clute, Mary L. R	
| Eyles, Benjamin  	
I Nlckson, Anne Victoria  	
I Nlckson, Anne Victoria   	
j McNeil, Alexander T	
Cliff.  Ronald  L	
Sinclair,  Jas.  W	
Elly, Catherine Louise M. ...
McLeod,   Alfred   	
Wintemute,   Robt	
2
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ii
5
7tol0
pt
11
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ft of 5
(! and rest
of 5
43
65.91
131.83
65.97
66.96
65.96
65.97
560.34
140.00
16.00
52.00
62.00
63.00
SU3.00
66.00
62.00
50.00
66.00
66.00
52.80J
48.70i
26.50i
52.801
52.801
66.001
66.00
14.95
29.95
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
127.40
31.85
3.65
11.85
14.10
14.35
11.35
15.00
14.10
11.46
15.06
15.00
12,06
11.05
6.10
12.00
12.00
15.00
15.00
j Read, Thos. N. and Gilbt. L.
67.50|      15.35
41&42
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IM.ME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1, Lavery block.
WANTED   ���   A   ROO.M   WITH   TII1
privilege of practising on the plane
one hour evenings,  by plain  work
ingman.     Please  state   terms.    Address Box 77, Daily News office.
WANTED -- A WAITRESS. APPL.1
Bohemian cate, opposite C. P. H
depot.
MONEY TO LOAN ON RES1DEN-
tial proyerty; lowest current rate.
payable in live years with privilege
of repayment in three; easy month
ly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd.. 521 Columbia stieet.
GOOD LOT���On Seventh avenue, all
clea ed, 52 by 122, to lsne. Price
$1100; one-thlird cash, balance 6,
12 antl is months.   No. 231.
LOT, 66x100���On Kennedy street.
Price $1200; one-half cash, balance
6 and 12 mor.ths.    No. 387.
A LOT SNAP���On Hamilton street,
close to Sixth street car line, all
cleared, lot 57x150. Pilce $1050;
one-half cash, balanos 6, 12 and IS
'   months.    No. 271.
Hie People's Trust Co., Lid.
[451 Columbia Street.
Phone 669.
NOTICE TO THE  PUBLIC.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���HOUSEHOLD KURNI-
ture. Mrs. James Adams, 1019
Edinburgh street.
-FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES, CRES-
cent Peach summer report, $250
per acre. Box 6S, News office.
Mr. O. H. Rathhurn is not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of tbe above.
��� Signet)
Underwriters Dominlrn Match Co. Ltd
Dominion   Match  Co., Ltd.
JFOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
iron   sale���steel   malleable
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
.'Market Square.
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY���
WORKS  DEPARTMENT.
WAF.'NING.
The bridge on the River road near
the Houndary Koad is unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons using it
are hereby notified to go slowly, and
observe caution in crossing.
All parties using this bridge do so
at  their own risk.
By order,
FRED  L.  MACPHERSON,
Municipal Engineer.
WHEAT    FROM   JERUSALEM.
Dr.   Aaronsohn   Wlll   Exhibit   at   Dry,
Farmers'   Exhibition.
Le;hbridge,   Albctta,   May   28.���Dr.
Aaron Aaroneohn, managing  director
of   the   Jewish   Agricultural    Experiment Station at Haifa, Palestine, has,
accepted  an invitation   of the Canadian Board of Control of the International Dry Farming Congress, to at-1
tend  the seventh congress   al   Lethbridge, Oct.  21-26 next, ancl to make
tin address on the dry farming development in Turkey.
Dr. Aaronfchn also Informs the Executive Secretary-treasurer, John t.
Burns, by letter, that he win bring a
large exhibit of the different products
9rown under dry farminc methods In
he new experimental Selds which aie
new being con'ttcted by thc Jewish
Agricultural Society .'n and about Je-
ruaalem. . '
Dr.  Aaroneohn  is one of the   mos
famous  agronomists  and  botanists  of
the old world.   From time to time the
���ipriciiltural i e.r.ers of eld world have
been enlightening   the   English-speak-1
ing world with the fact tbat in the re-!
habilltation  of tbe  lanis  noted    for
pieiilstorlc  farming, dry farming has
been pia.. ing an important   part, and
the natives are looking upon  it. as a
'Macovery   of  one    of   tho    lost   arts
which made Egypt the great granary
centuries ago.
Dr. Aaronshon repor.'s tbat the precipitation in large portions of his
country is less than six inches annually, and that throuah conservation
of mixture, deep plowing and scientific
tilling the hest wheat, barley and em-
mer have been raised, while the legu-
mlnus plants havo been successfully
grown.
Dr. Aaronron represents in Paies-
Mno tlie Jewish Development League,
which is officeted by residents of the
2&C
BETWEEN  TWO FIRES.
NOTICE!
To Whom It May Comcern.���Take
Ti'itl-re that my wife, Annie Stephenson, having left my bed and (board, I
shall not lie responsible for any debts
incurred by her from the date here*
���of.
.JOHN   CHARLES   KPOTBHJNBON,
Strawberry mil. P.O.
Date'd April 30, 1912.
.WNKMWI.ITY       OF     BURNABY.
Tines, 1012,
Notice la hi rn'.iy given that thc RB-
i.atk period expires nn Saturday,
June 29th, 1912. and that posltlvelj
no REBATE wil be aKowed if payments an nol made, ur remittances
actually received nl th" Municipal
Ilii'l on i r befi re tha,! date.
Tax 1 >��� ni in .s have been despatched to the last known adtlressns of
��� owners, and any persons liable for
Taxi", nil having received their de*
imands, should male.- application to
���the undereismed, gviir-r full particulars as t-i description of property.
\V.    H.   ORI !���'!���'I.V.
Collector.
Edmonds, May 2:',, 1912.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing in the
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary required to reach the secretary's office-
not later than noon of June SO.
L.  AVORY  WHITE,
Secretary  Hoard  of  School  Trustees,
New  Westminster, B.C.
Curious Hare  Hunt That Occurred at
the Battle of Wagram.
At a certain stage of the battle of
Wagram,  which  took   place  lu  1809,
the proceedings developed Into a great
hare hunt.   Tbere were 400,000 hunters, hnlf French and half Austrians. ���
Tbe plain wns, It Is related, covered
With  hares,  which  tbe long advance
of tbe two armies had* driven Into a
narrow   space.     Frightened   by   the
guns of the In    -li, they ran for tbeir
lives and contii <1 to run until they
reached   the   A .   rlan   lines.    There
they were none t! ��� less terrified and
i came rushing- heck upon tb" French.
Tfce soldiers *rer& greatly Interested
by tbe frantic mornmrnti ot the bares
and could hardly be restrained from
making after thetn.
There occurred a charge by the Austrian cavalry, which, of course, took
no account of the hares. The horses
plunged In among them, nnd tbey
rushed In dismay among the ranks of
the French soldiers, who. confused by
so strange nn attack, began bayoneting the bnres. Otlier soldiers not Immediately pressed by the onsut of the
enemy caught up the trembling animals In their hands.
There was that day a great slaughter of men and hares, and many a
shot destined for the enemy struck
one of these poor animals, who doubtless believed that the great armies
had come there expressly to hunt
them Instead of to hunt each other.���
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Oreen,   Marv   	
Smith,  Franklin	
Madill,  H.  William    .'.
Madill, H. William   	
Truman, William II	
Oliver,  Elizabeth   	
Barnett, Jas. E. II	
| Burden,- .1,  N	
| Young, Murdoch  	
[ Young,  Peter  II	
10   E li   | Banes, Thos. S. 	
io   N �� | Boughen, IS. J	
.   | Boughen.  E. J	
1 Dunbraclc. L. G	
I \Ve-:t. Home �� Imp't Co., Ltd.
I West, Home & Imp't. Co., Ltd.
! West. Home & Imp't Co., Ltd.
i West. Home fi Imp't Co., Ltd.
I Johnston, Margate! J	
I Dolg.  Arthur   	
I Calbick. John A	
j McKenzie, John,  Estate   	
i Rees, RleharJ  	
I Broad, Emily	
| Buchanan. S. B.  ,-.ii	
I Peebles,  Peter   	
I Ct nnlngham, James  	
| Fl'.tv, Ceorge Henrv  	
I Lane, William  ...."	
i Tiapp, Frank II	
| McMurphy AP.   H	
! iM Array,   William   	
I Shaw, Jas. Pearson  	
I Loree, Jas. C	
j Ixiree, Jas. C	
1 Banton.   Lucy   	
| Croll, Jas. A	
I Etheilngtpn   Arthur E	
IS  A.B.C.I Horton, William  	
7 | Croll, Jas. A	
���6 I Burnett,  Maria   	
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50.00
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51.00
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66.00
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Notice Is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New We;t-
mlnster Intends to paes a Local Imp ovemen' As?rs3inc-it By-law assessing the properties in the schedule above mentioned the sums of money get
opposite each lot for one year, and a Court of Itevlelon for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so pi oposed to be made will
be held on Monday, the 17th day of June, 1P12, commencing at 10 o'clock
ln the forenoon, a* the Council Chairber, In the City Hall, New Westmln
ster, British Columbia, and any notice of appcul from sach intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Reilslon
-     W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 23rd May, 1912.
Date of first publication 24th May, 1912.
CaSte and SfgllS
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
The Columbia Photo
and Supply Company
will resume business about May 27
ln premises at the corner of Carnarvon and  McKenzie streets.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 295
Office, Curtis Block
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BOX 190, DAILV NEWS OFFICE
TO RENT���Two good hounes, one on
London Kt.eet, six looms, posses
ilon June l, $26 per montli: on<
bouse on i-in.: avi nue, sevei
tooma, modern: Immediate posses
sion; ?i!0 pet month.
FINE GUSINCCS SIT" rn Sixth
sir.et, L32 fott on SIxlh street, Mg
bargain for qulca sale.   No, 60.
A SIX ROOMED HOUSE on Fifth
avenue seven rooms, fully mrdsm.
Pr.ce $6000; $l.ri00 cash, balance ��,
12 i.r.d IK m ntlia.    No, 31.
A SIX LOOMED BUNGALOW on Ash
stieet; tin Ideal spot p.l?e 18200;
'tir-tllid cash, baiance 6, 12 an.l IS
montis.    No. 21.
TWO FINE DUILOING LOTS In Sao-
perton: $l?00 f r the two.   This Is
a imp,   Terma,   Ko. 50.
A FULL SIZED LOT on St. Grcn*
R re"",   a  II:tt (his buy at    $3500,
No.  1!'.
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HIGHLAND
HOME
Near Highland  Park Station, Now
On the Market
Sixty Choice Lots being Cleared and
Levelled in readiness for Building
Three Minutes from Car���Double
Car Service���Fully Equipped
with Water and Light.
oil Sized Lots $1,600 and (Ip
according to Location.
READ    OUR    /"V    1:
HOME.
HIGHLAND
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Flicr.s COS
Office, Curtis C;o.k
PINE VJEW���IDEAL HOMES3TES���QUICK SELLERS
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT   CO
Curtis Block, ���51  Columbia Street
New Westminster
Telephone 2S5
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B���FnCTMMm'yiBr7���^ mwwjp WC0NE5DAV, MAY 2$, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THR
IN    THS     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
OF
Between Leeson, Dickie, Gross &'
Company, Limited, Plaintiffs, and J.
/.. Telller, Defends.nl.
To tbe above named defendant, J.
A. Tellier:
TAKE .NOTICE that a Writ of Summons dated the 3rd day of April, 1912,
has been issued against you In tbe
ttbove Court by Leeson. Dickie, Gross
ic Ccinyany, Limited for $155.'..0!l, being a balance due by you to thera for
roods eoI 1 and delivered and for Inte est.
The following are the particulars;
1911. Nov. 30. Goods sold and
delivered   as   per   account.
rendci ed       ' $1620.61
Iniereit      ...    35.48
Lalunoe    overdue    and    payable       $1556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an older to attach debts was Issued herein under the Attachment ofi
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company,  Limited as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Court haa, hy order, dated
tho 2nd day ol M*y, 1912. authorized
service of the said Writ 'of Summons,
and of the said or ler to attach debts
on yoa by Insertion <ht this notice in
a daily newspaper published at thc
City of New Westminster, Hritish
Columbia, for ten days.
ANO FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are iet|iilrei within fourteen
dayB after the expiration of the publication ol this notice hb aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to be entered for
you at the <oftloe of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver., mlH tthstt in 'default
of your eo doing the Plalntlfis ma>
proceed with this action and Judgment iaay be given against you in
your absence.
Datrd at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKBRILL.
Deputy  Dlatrict  Registrar.
Fraeer ahd   Hlakney,   Plaintiff's   Solicitors.
TK.xanl.-J.tS FOUR IHOH BCHOOL.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for High School" and addressed to
L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary New
Westminster School Hoard, will In*
receive*! up to 6 :p. m. ���of Wednesday,
12th of June, 1912, for the erection
end completion of a three-story brick
nnd stone, school, to be erected on
Tipperary, Koyal ayenue, New We��t-
niins.��ir.
Separate tenders will be received
for electric lighting and heating ancl
ventilating.
Plans and specifications can be
obtained on application to the under.
slgutd on receipt of a deposit of $io
wliich will be refunded on the return
of plans. Kach tender n-.u.st Be accompanied by an accepted bank
cheque or certificate of deposit un a
chartered bank In Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
WeKtm'lnater Scliool Hoard, for a cum
dom It live 151 per cent, of hls tender, which Khali be forfeited if tha
party tendering decline to enter into
Contract   when   called   upon   t"   dn   sn.
The cheques or certiOcates of deposit
of unsuccessful tend, rsrs Will bo returned to them upon the -signing of
the  contract.
Th*; lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
(JAIII'INER & MERCER.
Architects to the School Trustees,
'New   Westminster,   B.C.
Second Hand Store
M< HON AI.I> & -SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    second    hand
goods *nf all kinds.   Tools especially.
60 Mrlmtf* Sireet. Photic 1009.
Subscribers
CHICAGO  IN ITS YOUTH.
It Gat Cne Weekly Mail, by Horseback.
From ths East In 1S22.
Extracts from the llrst city directory
ot Chicago reprinted In tbe Record-
Herald show, for tbe most part, a feeling of satisfaction in tbe compiler, Tbe
directory appeared In 1844. "Our common schools." he writes, "are worthy
of H|>eelnl notice." ItegnrdlDg entertainment for lhe stranger within the
eaten, he is able to note detiulte Improvement. Whereas, "In early times
oor inns were miserable In tbe extreme." now "we lmve eiRliloen hotels
aad bouses of public entertainment.
��nuny of tbem huge and splendid establishments, uot inferior to uuy iu tbo
west."
He hazards a prophecy which has
'been more thaw fmailed when be suys:
"We have four large packing houses.
aud all of tbem b.-ive done a heavy
business thus far 'lhe pork packing
is oui.v just commencing, but wltl. it u
thought, be extensive."
Tbe progress that hnd been made la
postul facilities Is shown by this record: "A weekly mall from ibe cast
was received here uu horseback ln 1H.",2.
The next year It wus received ln "i
one horse wagon weekly. In )KU a
two Horse wagon wus substituted, lu
1884 ti four horse stage Hue was esttili-
lished semiweekly: triweekly lu 1823,
iln isa? there was a dully eastern mail.
There nre now received nnd made up
ut this ollice forty-eight malls weekly,
and lhe receipts of the office anioutit
lo nbout $10.0UO."
In one or two respects the narrator
ennnot speak so cheerfully. He is compelled (o acknowledge n debt of
V8.977.3it. He utMg, however, that
"The credit of the city is uow established upon a permanent foundation
and cannot easily be shaken." But for
the stage he sees uo immediate hope.
This is his plaint: "Our theater-n vt^y
pretty one-has heeu In operation the
past season and met with some ericour-
ugement. but It must be confessed tbat
at present the prosiiects of the drama
ure uot fluttering."
I. W. W. TROUBLE
IN SAN DIEGO
Sma'l   Rot  Occuro-^Mtsrney-Cene'al
Webb Wi I Act if Police Unable.
LEESLIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
"AVe  Furnish  Your  Home Complote
For the Home Dressmaker We Offer Special Values
This Week in
TWO  DORE ^KETCHES.
One That Was Stolen snd Another
That Was Confiscated.
While H until ve Dore wus ot lschl
snd wandering about (he mountains lip
iK'came mucb Interested in u country
wedding and sketched It on the spot-
lie put the sketch in || nook in me
pocket ot   hls   paletotjsuiU   went   Imi'K
to tiie hotel to dinner. After dinner
he looked tor the sketch, it was gone.
Anjrr.v at the tbctt. the artist called
the landlord and made cfllti|llnil|t. but
no trace of ibe hook was loutid I'rom
Isold iioro went in Vienna, umi there
be found a letter' timi n |iur<>el nwtllf-
|UR Win Tbe letter, which wus anonymous, read thus:
Sir.    I   st'il*   yimr   honk   nt    Inrhl.     Tlm
*lo>!rh   m-UH  hi* elitn-mlPK   llialsl   eellld   lint
resist the teinjUaltfn^of having 11 in n.y
possession, anil i knew very wed that yii
would never consent to sell lo me I ut
ttiefi ia neither my trade nor ni> hui-H,
and I b*g yon to accept as a someinr
el m.v erline nnd my enthusiasm lor vour
talent tlle walking stick Which wid reaeii
you >it tlie same time as tiiis le::er
San Diego, Cal., May 2S ��� \ small
riot and a Etatemcnt bv Attornev-
Ceneral TT. S. Webb, that If tha pollce
of San Diego wee unable to cone
with conditions hero, the ttate would
assume control of the city, increased
Ibe Eorloasness of the'I. W. W. situation today.
1 he riot was caused by the attempt
of A. II. Carcon, an Industrial Work-
er ol' the World, to  test   the "mc.e
on" ordinance of San Dieeo, by speak-1
ing ln the Btreet.
Cai son Eaid he had come to San
Diej.o to steak in the Interests of the
so-calle 1 "free speech'' campaign.
When he began speaking he  was ap-
iroached hy  A. L. Hathaway, a motorcycle officer.
t arson threw up his hands, as a
toVen of submission, aad asked the
officer if he were under arret. The
officer, It was said, tesponded with
the words: "Get out of here: pel out
of town." Cat son started toward tbe
sidewalk, but before he reached It,
Officer Hathaway, It was alleged,
struck him In the face, klc'-e:l blm
l d a :sed h m to fall. Carson rj'ov
ered himself and started runnins
dowli the street. A crowd of citizens
and alleged "vigilantes" followed him
shouting "kill him; lynch him; drown
ilm."
Carson was finally taken into custody by two officers who protected
him from any possible violence by the
cowd and hnfried him to a corner
where a patrol v.agon was called.
THREE  MILES   OF   FENCE
ROUND    EXPOSITION    SITE
wltb a
;ein ot
who do not receive
8 a.m. siiiiuld
The News before
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only ln this way
may an eflictent delivery be main
talned.
SAGE TEA WILL
Restore Faded and Gray Halir
to Natural Oolor--Dandruff
Quickly Removed.
There 13 nothing new nbout the idea of
using Sage for restoring the color of the
hair. Our grandmothers kept their hair
dark, glossy ��nd abundant by the use of
a simple "Snfje Tea." Whonever their
hair fell out or took on a 'dull, faded or
streaked appearance, they made a brew
of Sage leaves, and applied it to their
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
the old-time tiresome method of gathering the herbs and making tho tea. This
is done by skillful chemists better than
we could do it ourselves; and all we
have to do is to call for the ready-made
product, Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy,  containing Satre in tho
groper strength, with the addition of
ulphur, nnother old-time scalp remedy.
Tnis preparation gives yotitnful color
and beauty to the hnir, and is one of
the best remedies you can use for dandruff, dry, feverish, itching scalp, and
falling hair. Get a fifty cent bottle
from your druggist today, and you will
be surprised at the quick results. All
druggists sell it, under guarantee that
the money will be refunded if the
remedy is not exactly as represented.
Special Agents, D. S. Curtis und a,
Ryall.   ���
The cane was a massive out
gold bead, lu which was set u
value
On unother occaslou the nrlKt test
his passport wblle on a tour in Switzerland. At Lucerne he asked tv tie al-
lowed to speak to the mhfor, tu whom
he gave bis name.
"You say that yon are M. Cusfive
Dore. nnd 1 believe you." said tuu
mayor, "but." and be produced n piece
of paper und a pencil, "you can easily
prove It."
Dore looked around blm nnd tftaW
some peasants selling potatoes in tne
street With a few clever touches he
reproduced tbe homely scene uud. appending bis name to the sketch, guvo
it to the mayor.
"Your passport IB all right." remnrtc-
ed the ottielttl. "but you must allow mo
to keep It mid to oiler you in return
one of tbe ordinary form."���.New ioru
Sun.
San Francisco. May 28.���The buil.l-
ings and grounds committee of the
Panama-Pacific International Exrosi-
tlon within another week, will request
the Board of Supervisors to c!ose all
streets leading to the exposition site,
and immediately upon the passage rf
the final ordinance the contract will
be awarded for fencing the site. These
fences will be about three miles ln
length.
Plans and specifications are also
finished for tbe Service building,
whicb will be the first to be erected
on the exposition grounds. This
structure will cover an atea of 150
feet, and will be two stories In height.
This binlding will house tbe Deratt-
men: of Works, the pre-h'vrosition
Hospital and Lh** pre-Exi option Department of Admissions. It will cost
iu the neighborhood of S'ituieo. and ls
j  ! e constructed  immediately.
Neck    Broken   But   Talks.
. Seattle,  May 28.���William   Da vley.
tho B!tc;dejack. who fell 75 feet from
.1  emolvostack  on   Harbor  Istand   '3a.:-
um.'.'M-   and   ta   believed   to   hnve   KU.Ter-
( ! ;��� 1 roken re k, was rerting easily
> esterday at the city bosi ital.
An X-ra; e a initiation will be com-
���l?te,l tbis morning to determine j ift
what inluries he suffe-e '. There is
:*o question in the minds cf the rhvsi-
ctnns at the hospital that the man has
a fracture of one or more bones of
his neck.
i is abi'ity still t�� move his limbs
and to talk is attri'uujed to the probability that the bo'.<en benes bave not
e: trted any pressure on the spinal
txftd.
SERVICEABLE GINGHAMS Al
RELIABLE PRINTS
As our entire atock it new and fresW,
buyers will nave the satisfaction of
getting pattt ns that are absolutely
up-to-date.
Print Special
BOO yards in the leadlni" cclrrings,
greys, navys, btowns and light co'os.
Special price, per yard    8'/-o
1000 Yards
Crum's best makes, always selling at
lDc to ISc;   all    the ne*    handiomi
patterns.   Special price this ..��t*.
yard  , i2>/2;
800 Yards
Fine Ginghams, in dainty clo-Ings,
of blue, biown, pink and navy,
tpecial  price, yard   12'/*=
1000 Yards
Dainty Muslins, Dimities and Lawns, \$
blues, pinks, heliotrope, navya. light
also dark gtounds. Special price thi3
week, per yard   12'/2c
IN WOOL FABRICS
We show an exceptionally wide range of colors in Priet��tiv8 fabrics,  serges,  panamas  and    noveltlei
and prices are marked low. For dependability "P.iestly's" beati ihem ail. *>��.����,
FINE SILKS
You wiil be agreeably surprised at the wide variety and extent of our  silk  department     No need  of
your going elsewhere for silks and velvets.    We have the goods for you.
SEND US   YOUR TELEPHONE AND     MAIL ORDERS.
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New Westminster
i
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Rubber Heels
J?5*9, AU.SHOEMEN
SOFTLY
STEP
Have Yonr Breakfast Today nt
Davies' Cafe
Corner Columbia and  Eighth Streets.
SAFELY.    Best Coffee  in  City.  New I-ald  Eggs.
Hymns In Theaters,
In soutb Wales when tbe people are
plensed with tbe work of an nctor tbey
have u custom of showing their nppre
elation by singing hymns nt tbo cluso
of the performance., Henry Irving wns
once pitying at Swanneii when tic wui
surprised to licnr the ntiillence burst
Into "Ix>iid. Kindly Liglit." when In* u|��-
pen red before ihe curtain in response
to a cull. At the close of tlie engagement tbe gieiit nctor wus deeply
touched by the singing nt "(iod l<e
With You Till Ue Meet Again, ruif
.deii-d in thp most reverent manner.���
Loudon Spectator.
I
Too Inquisitive
"8rWftPt. didn't I Uenr you qnr.rr*l-
lug with Ihe milkman this umriibiU'V"
"Sure not! Ills hired girl's sick, uu'
I wus iaqulrln' nftner her. Uui hea
un lui|��riite dlvii."
"Uow'* Uiutr
-Ksi.ra 1. 'How'a yonr iBlHrtuatdt*
An' tie ieoiMMl luml an' says. M'btt s a
tbrude secret." "���Kansas City Journal.
A Mean Hint.
"Whnt AM sht> idayV"
"'Hie 'Ijist Ho|ie'���such au a;propr|-
ate selectlou!"
"Why do yon sny ao?"
"HccnilsM It watched the o>.premlon
of Iter he. 'x when they heard b^i Ur
pn It "���Hallimore American.
Demurs, but Determined.
A   bride limits so mothM l"��i .���.n.i|:��
at a wedding that It ls bard fn Ml���.(���>.I
her rtf having bosscttthr nff'ilr w.tr. an
Iron hand.-Atchison (ilobe.
Cownrds die many times be'-re tdett
deutb.-iilmkcspuure. ,��� -         ..
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
TMANN
CENTRE OF TOWNSITE
EASIEST TERMS
EVER OFFERED
Rising Sun Realty Co,
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INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westmlnater Branch. ��� Cars
leave H. C. E. R. Co. station for'
Vancouver at 5:00, 6:45 and
6:46 a.m. and every 15 minute-.i
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After lo:00 p.m. half hourly service until  midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leavo
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:30, I):00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day Bervlce prevailing thereafter.
Freight Seivice.���Cara leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20. 11:20. 12:20 and
16:20.
Burnaby Branch���Cars leave,
B .C. E. R. Co. Btatlon for Vancouver at 5:46. H:45 and 8:00
a.m,, with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. in. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu Island Branch.���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Ca station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
untll 11:00 p.m.
Sunday 8ervlce.���First car
'leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Ltave New
Westminster for Vrin. at 10:00
Fraser Valley Branch.��� Car*
leave B. C. B. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
at 9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 0:10. For
Huntingdon and my points at
4:06 p.m.
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL WAIL STEAMERS, SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
Wlrelesr and Deep Sea Signalling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
The largest and finest steamers from Canada.
New S.S. Megantic   New S.S. Laurentic
15,000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Heaters, Etc
Sails June 8, July 6, kttg. 3. June 22, July 20, Joly 17
^Flrst Class $92.50, Second Claaa S53.75, Third Claaa. I3SL50.
ONE CLASS  (II.) CABIN 8ERVICE. '
Twin Screw S.S. "TEUTONIC." Twl�� Screw 8.S. "CANADA."
582 feet long, 18,000 horsepower. R14 f���Mt |M������    ....    .
Sails June 15th, July 13th, Aufl. ^4 fMt l0nB-   -8a"�� June '���*��
10th;    $55.00   and    up;    Third       ���   June 29th' Ju|y 27th- W.00 and
Class $3230. up;  Third Class $31.25.
AIT steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.   Embark night be
fore salting.    No hotel expenses,    no transfer charges.
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY MAY 29, 1912.
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By mail $3 per   year,   or   25e   per
month.
Westminster Weekly News $1  per
year.
WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1912.
THE  WARD  SYSTEM.
Burnaby Is taking np lhe question
of the ward system versus a council
elected to represent the municipality
as a whole. The question lias been
brought up hy complaints of the very
kind that the ward system is supposed to guard against, namely that one
section of the district is receiving less
attention than it deserves from the
council. The representatives of that
section, it is true, do not want to abolish the ward system, but they want to
be given another ward.
In January last a plebiscite was
taken on this question. In favor of
abolishing the ward system there
voted Till, and against it 255. This
shows what the people think of the
matter. Tlie opinion of the people's
representatives in the council is not
so certain.
Tho fear of those that oppose the
abolition of the ward system is that
the populous districts will receive all
the money and that those which have
but few voters will be neglected. This
argument sounds plausible for a moment, but in practice is not found to
be of much importance.
On thc other hand a council elected
by and representing the municipality
as a whole, haa three outstanding advantages. First it does away with the
pulling or ward against ward and the
petty necessity of expending as nearly
equal amounts as possible in each
district regardless of the needs of the
municipality as a whole. Second it
relieves the aldermen from purely local and too. intimate influences. Finally it allows -lbe council to spend its
money economically, and to carry out
its improvements in a comprehensive
and systematic schema*...
month. Now that they have turned
out worthless, I see how crazy and
wrong I was. 1 am sorry, if ever
anyone was sorry, for what I have
done, but nothing will bring back
what I have wasted." Her case is a
pathetic one, and her experience has
been costly, but it is Uie common experience of many who have tried get-
rich-yuick schemes.
In the same month of the same
year (1909) another lady enquired as
to cost of a government annuity. She,
too, had saved a nice little sum for
the "rainy day" as the result of her
own labors. She began payments,
starting with a lump sum, and continuing monthly payments with a
view to purchasing the same amount
of annuity to begin at the same age
(55). In the course of time she became afflicted with a malady, which,
though not fatal, incapacitated her
from earning a livelihood. Under the
terms of the act she was entitled to
have her contract converted Into an
Immediate Annuity contract She had
this done, and is now receiving, and
will receive as long as she lives, an
annuity cf over $212. It is doubtful
lt there is a more satisfied woman in
all Canada.
The annuities system does not promise to give something for nothing.
and no benefits can be received whicli
are not paid for; but it does promise
to aive a return, and with the security
of the government of Canada behind
It, greater than can be obtained from
the investment of the same amounts
in any other manner. World's Work
says: "It Is the savings bank, the in
surance company, and the government
bond rolled into one in a shave adapted to tiie smallest of depositors."
Your postmaster will furnish you literature descriptive of this marvellous system of investment, or you
may obtain the information desired
by writing to the Superintendent of
Annuities, Ottawa, to whom your letter will go free of postage.
bit STRIKERS
IN COUNTY COURT
fContinued irom page one;
liapliiez. followed. He sail he was
standing on the light of way iu the
direction of camp three with two
constahies when the men came along
from the later camp. He asked them
what they were up to and they said
they were going through his camp
The constable t'ded to persuade thein
to stay away. They went on ancl
forced the cook and the help there to
quit. He and the previous witness
recognized several of the men.
John Woodhouse said he was the
cook nt camp four    and    had    been
forced to quit by these men.    He toid
them  he wanted  to  work  and  asked
,   if they  would  make him quit.    They
I replied:   "Yes,  if you  don't  get out
/ we'll   throw  you   out
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_    The  witness
Theso polnta should alf be obvious I said many ot the others were miking
to anyone wh* has given any thought   and threatening. ir
*�� ti,��� ,. ���<,,;������  k_>"4_ fi._ ��,_���. �����,,���!    The next  witness 'wafc'ti'��� cotrtftable;
to tbe question, but in lta heat ofthe    R   w   q,^     He Ba,d  he Eaw the
struggle for local improvements, such I men  hetween  camps three  anl  four.
as is incidental to tho development ofl He asked them if they realized what
every new district, they are apt to bei ,he>'  wer�� doing, and the reply  was
forgotten. Men begin U> fear that unless they have a directly local representative under their thumb, so to
speak, they are not goinc to get what
is rightly coming to them, and a little
more besides if possible. Those living away from the centre fear that
the improvements carried out will tie
in 'the centra Thia. however, is not
so. it is true that mo district can be
properly opened op all over simultaneously, and that development must
radiate to a certain extent from the
centre. But that development extends
much more rapidly aad much more
permanently if carried out systematically, and not, as always happens, under a ward system of government,
simply to satisfy the constituents of
as many ward politicians as possible.
Here in Weatminater tbe war:! system is not in operation. Hut with
good men in tho council each district
gets Its fair share of attention, and
that attention Is so ~iven that it falls
into line with the development of ithe
whole. We feel snre that Uurnaby If
sho makes a change will have no
cause to regret her more.
they were going anyway, lie asked
who fheiir boss was? They replied:
"We'te all bosses." He nrged,���them
not to use violence since they were
determined to go. He followed them
as far as camp five. Here they were
held up by a dozen or more constables.
With thia witness the case adjourn
ed until! U o'clock to lay.
WANDERER   RETURNS.
Hill
'So
pen picture:*.
	
Annuity and no Annuity���The  Difference Graphically Shown.
It is probable that m Institution in
tho Dominion of Canada conns  Into
touch with bo large a ttiiitihv of persona who have made improvident Investments    as    does    the    annuities
branch of the I'otu Offi-.e Department
It is iindoitf.ood that   Iiar.llv   a   day
pusses  that   several communications
���are not received in whicb th'!   vrlte.-r
bewail tlte loss nf raouey inverted in
���some scheme that promised phenomenal divMeuds or letunis.   One of the
saddest  of these caeca is flint   of a
lady  who about th'ce year ago   en
miired as ,o the cost of an annuity of
(600. Tlie information  was prompt]}
given to  her, bit the  opportunity to
purchase was not embraced.   8he believed Blie could inrcKt tn'r money to
better   , d.-.intake, atid   (Hut   by  the
time she attained   her BBWi birthdaj
she wot;!! not only have enough   tc
pay  fr : te iinniinity   pufrffjftt, bul  t
little fortune besides,   liis neek an
other It,*'.*'.:,   has been ie ttvcfl   f:om
same lady, w'io, ly  thi;   wtty, Is non
over flfty years  of upe.   a rich   tnr
itiishes the aeitttel to the elo j      Sh'
says-    "i  hate spent mi   win .. or
worthies* stocks, be/ievfr?   H.-mh  be.
lieving, that I woitlJ eocn *r rich, i
would net JiHteu to -ntvin*.  com     ed
that. I '.:;>'.i  beat.     I wonder al mj
foolishness now, lo waste my all In
Fifteen tfears an Absentee, Fred
Is Back to Stay.
"Gee, but I'm glad to be back."
spake Mr. Fred Hill, for 15 years an
absentee from New Westminster, and
now returned to his old bome. All
those years Mr. Hill spent in New
Vork ln the drug business working for
Hegeman & Co., "the world's druggists," as this big firm with 19
branches calls Itself. When he left
Westminster he meant to be away
three years. Ever since then he has
been meaning to come back, but It
was nol until a big amalgamation
took place that he found an opportunity to get away. He arrive 1 in the
city on Monday and means to stay
here now.
"And how the old town has
changed I When I got off the car I
had ,o ask someone how to get. home
i-o different was It all." snld Mr. Hill.
"Believe me, Columbia street looked
more llie an up-to-date American
town than anything I saw dominie
west afler Montreal. This [lace has
chanaed more than practically any
other. Uio'r at. Moose Jaw and Medl-
olne flat, they haven't changed very
much. bl|l Westminster,���Wh;-, I
wouldn't l now it for tho same to.vn
ns I r> yours ago."
Mr. 1 ill was very please! to hoar
ai the beginning of t''e B.ogreasiye
association, and went away with B
membership card in his rocket to
Sign hi as loon an be gets Hved He
also talked about the musical side of
the town anl wanted to know all
abovi the great baud they used to
have here before he left, Hack in
New York he has Ire; t tin hla music
and he a.'miIs lo . Pt into it ri.iht away
again hire. But ho did not spon.l all
his tlrno pinning and playing in the
Etest. I guess I v:-is one of the best
missionaries Now Westminster ever
had bac'' there," ho said.
Mr. HI') moans to live here permanently now and will iiiobabl- po into
thn ''r.'.' h""lrr.,s .Tain. I'e woi'h'
r ��� >lfi- lhe be fl. be saitl, than on
Fifth avenue, No.v York.
For   Olympic   Trials.
Winn.irog, M���v 2fi. -Army   He  ��i. |
���lai It Re t( t and l-'.-per, lel't nd iv
to take In the Olym: i ��� trlaii at 'o:i-
'" :'i I n Juno 8. They lire po'tr:
early so   ns to torn) tie in the    hit.
-,...��,���,, - ���.,,.. pn*,,,���. p-,���... ��w I Kutcn meet nt To into, on RaturiS'.
Home time I had a larfie salary and VV, !.' . wl:l accompany them as
^.a.   .o   cti.uin   companies   every   train*      T, Boyd Is also goJnjj u'.oa
Buy These
From K
They are all Money-Makers
DOUBLE CORNER cornering on
Eigth avenue and Sixteenth street
with lane at rear; fine view; close to
new B, C. Electric cut-oft. Price $2000,
with terms of one-third cash and the
balance in six, twelve and eighteen
months.
FINE LOT on Fifth street, partly-
cleared with lane at rear; close to
Eighth avenue; one block to car;
size 50x132 feet. Price $1000; terms
to arrange.
FINE RESIDENTIAL SITE on
Fifth stieet near Sixth avenue. This
property lias a frontage of sixty-six
feet on Fifth street, with a depth of
one hundred and forty an:l one-hili
feet. It is thoroughly cleared and
level; cornering on lane, also lane at
rear. One block to car. This lot is
situated in the heart of the residential section of this cily and for immediate sale can he delivered for
$2050 on terms of one-quaiter cash
and the balance in six. twelve and
eighteen months.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE situated in
a goo 1 location with magnificent view
of Fraser river, Delta, etc. This
house is new and is thoroughly modern, with cement basement, cement
floor, laundry tubs, furnace, fireplace.
etc.; leatherette panelling in dining-
room; leaded glass windows: beamed ceilings', fine verandah with cosy
sleeping porch upstairs. Lot 40x1 10
feet facing on two streets: close to
car. Price $4600; $1000 cash and the
balance over three years.
614 COLUMBIA STREET
Builders Attention !
$100 CASH      $100 CASH
We have a fine lot situated on Eighth avenue near
Twelfth street, size 66x132 ft.; thoroughly cleared and
graded with lane at rear.. It is close to school, paik, car,
etc. Excellent proposition for building two houses. For
immediate sale we can deliver this lot for $1800; $100
cash and the balance in six months, providing the pur-
chaser will  start to build immediately.
FINE   BUSINESS   LOT   on   Sixth     j
street near   Fifth   avenue;    cleared;
lane at rear.   Price only $2000;    one-
third cash and the balance In 6, 12
and IS months.
LARGE LOT on Durham street
near Fourth street; size 60x148% feet;
cleared. Price for Immediate sale,
$1150. with terms of one-third cash,
and the balance in (!, 12 and 13
months.
EXCELLENT DOUBLE CORNER
on Tenth street near Eighth avenue;
size 100x132 feet, facing on two
stieets and close to car, scliool, park,
eta This lot is situated in a very
progressive part of this city a.nd will
make the owner a large profit In a
very short time.
Hou
LARGE SEVEN
ern, with basement
with lane at rear;
view of the rivor.
street hetween Elo
excellent revenue p
at piesent rented f
also make a fine h
the car and two bl
immediate sale   on
balance $25 a mon
due in two years.
ses
ROOMED HOUSE, thoroughly mod-
, furnace, etc.; new; lot 60x132 feet,
faces soutli and commands a good
This house is situated on Edinburgh
venth and Twelfth streets. This is an
reducing investment, as the house Is
or $25.00 per mouth, and it would
ome as it is situated half a block from
ocks to school and park. Price for
Iy $3150. Terms $350 cash and the
th.   PuichaEer   to assume   mortgage
FINE CORNER LOT on Fighth
street and Eighth avenue; size 50x100
feet: fucing on Eighth street and
overlooking Moody park: two blocks
to school nnd car. Price for immediate sale, $1475. Terms, one-third
casli and the balance in 0, 12 and 18
months.
NEW FIVE ROOMED HOUSE,
modern with basement, piped for
furnace, panelled walls in dining
room, etc.; lot 43x100 feet; thoroughly cleaied, grade! tind fenced; one
and one-half blocks to car line. Price
$2700. Terms. $600 or $700 cash and
the balance over three years.
NEW WEOTNSTRR
RAILROAD   DEMANDS   FOR
STEElL   ARE   COLOSSAL
a
New York, May 28.���The steel com- (
panies are comrelled to resort to all
sorts of expedients in efforts to meet
the importunities of consumers for
deliveries of finished material on contracts.
Although new orders are less
heavy, specifications are large and
pressing and it is now impossible to
Increase the output except by s'-ibsti-.
tutlng Beasenier for open-hea Ui stee
when allowed.
The recent large buying of locomotives is reflected in advance of $2 per
ton in the price of lap-well steel boiler tubes and the urgency for prompt
shipment for bars, plates and shapes
ls evident In a further hardening of
prices for warehouse stock.
Railroad demands for equipment
are far fiom satisfied and building and
bridge contracts are increasing.
Paciflc rail: oads ordered 80.000 tons
more rails and miscellaneous orders
brought the total to 01.000 tons.
Give Your
Boy a
Chance
MS���W������
Teach him early in life the
valufe of saving.
$1 will open an
account for him
in The People's
Trust Co.'s Savings Department. 4% Interest, compounded every
three1 months, is
paid by this company on all de- j
posits.
{I Starts tiie Boy Right
Westminster Opera
House
HARKY   TIDY,    Manager.
ORAM OPENING OF
Moving
Pictures
Beginning Tbis Evening
Special   Feature   Film   for  the
Opening Days.
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APARTMENT HOUSE
12th Street and 6th Avenue
STEAM HEATED        ELECTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRIST, Agents
Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
RUSHTON'S
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ORCHESTRA
liest and Most Comfortable
Theatre in the City���Airy and
cool.
TWO   SHOWS   NIGHTLY
Beginning at T:;:o.
Admission 10c
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Phones, OfTlc. 15 and 11.
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CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
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S.S. "PRINCE liEORGE"      S.S. "PRINCE BI1PERT"
to Prince Hupett Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Bay and Stewart.
to   Prince    Rupert   Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Quean
Charlotte Island polnta.
fl     TO VICTORIA and 8EATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
Oram] Triinh Pacific trainsconnect at Prime Rupert for Bawl
nini above steamer.'. Ask fnr tluetratod literature ra agricultural
lat da In   B.  0. nn.i Wosorn   Cauda.
Special e;c; r lon fur, s via Ch!c3tfo    during ai'mtner months,
Kail TkketH to All Points,   cicneiul Agency 'i nuie-.Ulunilt. Steum-
Kbip Line*.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWfi(
SPORTS
SPORTING  COMMENT.
While It is a pleasure to note that
Hritish Columbia has won three boxing championships at the Toronto
Tournament, still the way in which
this Ernie Barrieau is puffed up calls
for a little comment at this time. It
has been noticed that every time
Barrieau has had a close decision the
Vancouver papers state he was given
hard treatment and that the ciowd
was with him. Thia happened in
Tot onto last Saturday when he was
bea.ten by one of the eastern mlt
risers. Along came the message that
though Uie decision was against fapar
Ernie, the crowd was with himijanl
gave voice to their feelings agaJbst
the referee. The sooner Chet Ajcln-
tyre tet�� away from this stuff "the
better it will be for the fair name
of the V. A. C.
Tbe following is the team that will
play for the West Ends against East
Burnaby on Thurslay ln a game that
will start punctually at <i::',o ln Queens
park: Goal, G. Sangster; point, VV.
Mortison; cover point, M. Mortison:
first defence Lougheed; second doV
fence, R. Macdonald; third defence,
Allison; centre, L. Sangster; third
home, Huggard; second home, Henderson; flrst home, Storme; outside
home, Feeney;  inside home, Murray.
of 21 men at bat in a regular nine inning game, has been attached to the
pitching stafT of the New York Americans, it was announced today. He
will report in a few days.
Donahue   for Team.
Los Angeles, May 28���James G
Donahue, of this city, completed ves-
terday his tt'yout for the decathlon
and hls performances were even better than those made Friday In the
first five events at Berkeley.
Today ho ran the 110-meter hurdles
in 15 4-8 seconds, threw the discus 09
feet fl Inches,, threw the Javelin 137
feet 0 inches, pnje vaulted 11 feet (i'i
inches, and tan the 1500-meter race
in 4 minutes 5(! _!���', seconds.
Tho Olympic committee In San
Francisco was so Batlslled bv tbe
showing made ln the first five events
that It recommended to the national
commission that* Donahue be put on
the team.
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731   COLUMBIA    STREET
The association football Senior
Amateurs will hold a meeting tonight
at Ryall's office. This meeting has
been called for the purpose of winding up last season's affairs,
li  ��� TOi,
Balmorals Defeated.
With a reorganized line-up including
several of the Millside nine, the
Moose aggregation defeated the Balmorals on the Queens park diamond
'last evening to the tune of 5-4. Shurt-
leff relieved Dignan, of the Bals, in
un�� sixth and waa peppered quite
vwcly. The champions on the whole
played a ragged game in the Held
and let in several tallies which should
noi have counted.
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Won. Lost Pet
Portland    23
Vant oiner   ....      21
Victoria 20
Tacoma 20
Seattle    19
.Spokane    M
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20
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.511
.500
.500
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.421
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Yesterday's Games
At Spokane-
Spokane 	
Seattle	
Ijattei ies:      NoyeS    an.l
Fullerton and Wally.
At   ?e,Utle��� R. H. E.
'Tacoma    17 18    1
Vancouver 11 Hi    '1
Batteiles: Gordon. Hall and La
tonge; Cates, Bras.'ieax and sepul
veda.
At. Victoria���
Portland	
Victoria	
Batteries:      Eaatley    and
Karveson and Meev.
R. II. E.
4 8 :���
2 fi 2
ilar. is:
Lost.
0
12
IX
it
18
18
20
24
Pet.
.747
.650
.48b
.500
Aii
.375
.296
America., ,-cague.
Won
Chicago 2/
Uooton     22
Washington      17
Philadelphia   ""
Detroit  IS
Cleveland    '14
N'ew York   12
.St. Louis   10
Ye��;etday's Games.
At Coston��� U-    E.   E
Philadelphia  .18   J
Boston   "   8   ['
Batteriea: Houck. Martin. Ilussell,
Penock and Lapp; Hall and Nuna
maker.
At New York��� R.   n.   B.
Washington    8 13   I
New York   | v \ if.V*
Batteries: Johnson anl Afnsuilth.
Quinn, Warhop nnd Street.'
At St. Louis lie* came)���     R
Detroit ' 5 1?   1
St. Louis   ��   4    -
Batteries: Wlliett and Stanagc.
Hamilton, Nelson and K.ickoil.
Second game��� o'te   1
Detroit   !����� *
St. Louis	
Batteries:      Dubuc   and
Lake and Stephens.
At Cleveland���
Chicago	
Cleveland  ���
Batteries:     Lango   ana
Krtipp and Adams.
Club for Everett.
Everett, Wash.', May 28.���President
Fielder Jones, of the Northwestern
Baseball league, accompanied bv several team managers, (felted Everett
today to Investigate a proposal to
transfer the Tacoma club to this city.
Arrangements were made to have the
Tacoma team play three games here
thlg week with Vancouver. If the results are satisfactory Everett will
supplant Tacoma.
H.E.
2   9   :*
Stanage.
II. H. E.
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. 3 11 5
Sulllvlan;
Bells and Bttt.
It Is a foolish notion to suppose that
the ringing of bells or "tanging" of tin
pans will cause a swarm of bees to settle. The real origin of this custom
dated back to the reign of Alfred the
Great, who, ln order to prevent disputes regarding the ownership of a
swarm, ordered that the owner should
always ring a bell when his bees
swarmed, and ever since tben tbe good
farmer's wife has been rushing out
with ringing bells whenever tbe bees
swarmed, and the fact tbat tbey sot-
tied verified, in her own mind, the belief that the bell did it-London Standard.
 '  ''��� i.
AN ARMY OF PECCARIES.
Fierce Fighters Are These Tusked Wild
Pigs of South America.
Tbe peccaries of South America nre
formidable because tbey attacked their
enemies lu large bodies and witfygreat
vigor and bravery. Tbe method and
���ikill of their charges suggest that tbey
are led by chiefs skillful enough In
predatory warfare to direct tbe sur-
ruuudiug uud destruction uf a powerful
jaguar.
Tbe object to be stormed Is surround-
etl in silence by a circle of hundreds of
peccaries. At a given signal a simultaneous snapping of teeth occurs,
which Is followed by a converging rush
toward the eeuter. The largest aud
strongest reach tbe front flrst. and the
smallest and weakest bring up tn tbe
rear. Those lo frout are pushed uu by
tbe mass In tbe rear, ro tbut tbe enemy
U constantly  confronted   by a   rank  of
foes,   no"~matter  how   many  he  may
bave disabled.
An American engineer while surveying a Brazilian forest for a railway
route encountered a berd of peccaries
one nlgbt and with difficulty drove
them off. His experience affords an
Illustration of the bravery of these
wild pigs.
Une day be and bis party csme urypn
a morass, the furrowed ground, trodden grass, turbid pools nnd pigsty
odor of whicb Indicated tbat It was tbe
headquarters of all tbe peccaries ln tbe
vicinity.   But not a pig was to be seen.
Tbe camp was fortified. In the nlgbt
tbere came an alarm. Suddenly from
all around rose the souud of simultaneous snapping of teeth, and then
came tbe charge of hundreds of black
animals rushing toward tbe fort
Guns were discharged, aud the occupants reached down and slashed with
tbeir knives at the swarmlug pigs below. Numbers of tbejje were cut down
by the men ln tbe fort, but others, impelled by those In tbe rear, threw themselves forward, ripping and slashing
with their sharp finks.
Suddenly the attack ceased. The an-
ImalH bad silently wlthdrawh. Then
without a moment's warning save the
crash of teeth came another wild
charge, and the tight was renewed.
Again the pigs drew off. and again tbey
renewed the bailie. Seven limes they
charged during the nlgbt. and not until
daybreak waa the last grunt heard.���
Harper's. ,         ��� '
WASTE OF SUPPLIES.
The Postmark.
Oreat Britain, It Is said, can, without fear of contradiction, claim the
honor of bavlng originated the postmark. The flrst one, which was used
In London as long ago as 1600, was
a very simple affair, consisting of a
small circle divided Into two parts.
In the top portion were two letters
Indicating tbe month, while In the
lower half the day of the month was
shown. No endeavor was made to denote the year, and lt is only by the
dates of the letters on which the mark
Is Impressed tbat It ls possible to fix
tbe date of Its use.���London Standard.
Venus.
Venus is both a morning and evening
star because sbe always accompanies
the sun, never receding from him beyond certain limits, whllo the rest of
tbe planets, wltb tbe exception of Mercury, are seen at all possible angnlar
distances from the sun. When Venus
ls to the west of the sun sbe rises before him and ls a morning star, but
when she ls to the east of the sun she
rises after him and ls an evening star.
BASSANO   BOUT   WILL
BE   CONSIDERABLE   AFFAIR
regulation     size,   and     have   every!
convenience for the boxers. i
Preliminaries   will  be   arranged to!
take place before the main bout.
It has not been deflntyely decided
whether tiip bout will take place before darkness or later in the evening. The boxerS must weigh in at 133
pounds ringside, and each has forfeited $200 to guarantee that weight.
Tommy Burns will referee all the
bouts of the evening, and will present the championship belt to the
winner of the main bout.
Bassano, May 28.���Bassano is preparing for large crowds on June 29,
which will be recognized in that town
as Celebration Day. Two big league i
baseball games will take place in the
morning and afternoon, and in the
���evening the boxing bout between Allen and Bayley. Special trains will
run fiom all parts of Alberta to Bassano, and as the hotel accommodations will he taxed to the limit, special booths for meals wlll be provided,
and in every way the town will look
after those who take in the trip.
The arena in which the bout will'
take place will seat from three to
four thousand people. Seats will be
arranged in arena style to give those
at the back a chance to Eee everything that goes on in the ring. The
ring seats and reserved .eats will he
;>lace:l in various sections around the
ring, iind they will Ue sold at popular
1 rices. Tie ling will he huiit about
thiee feet from the ground, will be of
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New Yorlc
-Cincinnati
T'ltteburg
Chicago .
St.   1.11113
National League.
Won. Lost.
6
14
1��
17
21
17
23
22   .
Pet.
.812
.��21
.500
.500
.400
.452
.302
.290
R. H. E.
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4 13    4
A Bueineea Problem and the Way On*
Factory Salved It.
In one manufacturing plant tbe superintendent found tbat his men were
careless with , supplies. He decided
that too much material was kept on
hand in the shop Mechanics found lt
an easier mutter to throw away slightly damaged or spoiled work aud beglu
on a new piece than to take precautions ln turning out their work, remarks a writer lu Uusluess. He therefore ddvised a stores order which made
every foreman responsible for raw material issued to bia department New
material could uot be hud from the
general store except on requisition, and
tbe general store would honor no requisition unless it was O. K.'d by the foreman. These lists were kept on file and
totaled at the end of each month to enable tbe superintendent to make comparisons.
This put thp foreman on his guard
not to dil out a requisition for something which he did uot absolutely need,
aud the Orst six months after adopting
tbls rule expenses lu one depnrtmeut
alone were cut nearly 20 per cent wlth-
<-TPI"rOl'T   RECORD MAKER oUt ���ncrlHcing efficiency.   The foreman
FOR   NEW YORK   AMERICANS   u]M ,,,���lmp(, that it bad a tendency to
J  develop his men iuto more skilled me-
Vew York. May 28.���Carl Johnson.      . -^ bet,nuse tuey pere under the
of ib=> University of Georgia, six feet ,       f account)ng for the work
anc Inch in his   stocking   feet, and
boh'tas a strikeout recot
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Yesterday's Games.
At. Chicago- R.   H.   Ifc
Cincinnati in 11   2
tl'lUi1ie>rlesV ' Guspcr!' Keefe and McLean: Btown and Nee.lham.
At Brooklyn-
New Y ork 	
eaUOTlei! MatheVson, Crandall and
Meyer..; Kagon and Erwln. _
At Pittsburg��� Iris   i
St. Lnuls   ' "   i
PltiR'nrr        '
uatteii-s: Gever, Willis and Bres-
nah.n I'ilss; Hend.lx. Lelfleld, Ferry
ami Kelly, H  ���
Al  Philadelphia��� ��. h. h.
Boston    1q 13   t
Pbl��tto8S 'Perdue.' Hoi* Donnelly
and Ming, Gowdy; Schultx and Moran
PICTURES
JACK GRfNO
AND
TOM PLATT
Comedy Juggling, Unique
Floating Wire Oddities, Novel Ideas of Cane Spinning.
IHE SISTERS
BEARDSiEY
Slng:'ng cf the Highest Order
PATSY SMITH
Singing and Dancing Comedian.
"The Home of Quality and Low Prices"
THIRTY - DAY
FURNITURE
SALE
Will last all this week, but do not wait until the last minute. Call today and make
your selection. Here are a few items that
should attract attention.
NEW PHOTO PLAYS.
Including a
8PECIAL   FEATURE
3-SHflWS OJilLY-3
2:45���7:15���9:00.
10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
Iron Beds
All sizes, complete with woven  wire
spMng and sanitary cotton top mat-      d**7 CA
tiess       *pt**J\J
Princess Dressers
$115.50 Drosier, with three-drawer cr.*��   .
und  large  bevel   plate mirror 1S.\36.&1 O CO
inches.   Sale price  *pi��***J\J
Chiffonier
Hardwood,   flvodrafcor    case      with
bovel  plate  glass,  square   unl oval tt| O CA
shapes.   Sale price only    *pi.*U*\J\J
1   in   i'
Dining Chairs
Pet of six Diners,   made or  quarter- '
cut   oak;     upholstered    with    solid (fcOA AA
leather.   Sale price, per set  spAU.W
Pedestal Table:
Solid oak Table, with 42-inch round
top extending  six   feet.    Sale  ptice 4510 A A
Dining Table
Golden quarter-cut oak, 40-lnch square
top extends to six feet;  $22.00. value. d��1 ��t f\f\
Sale price
i   iihj
Get Our Prices on Camp Furniture
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
k QUALITY   FURNITURE
d of 22 out   tbey spoiled In machluing.
I
401-403 Columbia St.
Phone 829
Few Westminster *AGE sn.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY MAY 23,
I
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A certificate of indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless in the meantime, a valid    objection    thereto    he
niade ta me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or inlerest
therein, or in anv part thereof.
'C. S. KKITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
^Land Registry Office, N'ew Westminster, b. C. May 13, 1!U2.
! neer and City Assessor liaving  been
; adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
I reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
��� Columbia street, New Westminster,
1 B. C, and that unless a petition
.against the proposed ' works above
1 mentioned signed by a majority of
. the owners of the land or real prop-
| erty to be assessed or charged ln 1 e-
1 spect of such works representing at
j least one half in value thereof is pre-
I sented to the Council within fifteen
days from the date of the fir3t publl-
! cation of this notice the Council will
I proceed with the proposed improve-
Tho re-son or person, having in j J���lts under auch terms and condi-
their eustodv or possession tl.e follow-1 "<">* �����"> lhe payment of the costs
inE Title toeds relating to the said I ot EUch improvements as the Council
K^p^^eTto^t the, ��ay may by bylaw in that behalf reg-
s/j-^g vm trojSMr,s^d also to
Limited,    (Foreign),     to     Alexander 1 pik- rSite
^TeT^i^A^   TW0|19^ ��f ��* P-bHcalion^Jh^ay;
WHITESIDK &. EDMONDS, 1 	
Solicitors for Applicant. 11���
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local
Improvement    Notice ��� Sixth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the  Clly
Local
Fifth
Improvement    Notice
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal   Council of the  City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified   that
. It is desirable to carry out the follower Ne.v Westminster having by reso-1 ,ng works of ,ay|ng ,Ma(n Storm gew.
lution determined and specified   that I ers and works contingent thereto on
it is desirable to carry out the follow-! the following streets:
ing works or laying Main Storm sew-1     ""���> street   trom Third   to   Sixth
.    s     .. .*. ' avenue,
ers and works contingent theieto on ,     nf,h avenue  flom  Fourth tQ nm
the following streets: | streets.
Sixth streo; from Clarkson to Sixth
avenue.
Sixth avenue from Sixtli street to
Third street.
Fourth street from Sixth avenue to
Fifth avenue.
Regina st:cet Com Third stieet to |
Fourth street.
Fifth avenue from Fifth stieet to
Sixth meet.
Lane 118 ioet north of Fourth ave-1
nue between Fifth and   Sixth  street.
ElackPird street irom .Sixth street
to Fifth streets.
Thiid avenue from Sixth stitet to
Fouith stteet.
Lancaster street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
St. George stieet from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Liverpool street fiom Sixth stieet
to Fouith street.
Queens avenue from Sixth street to
Fourth street.
Cunningham street from Sixth
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Sixth street to
Fouith stieet.
Vlctotia street from Sixth street to
Fourtli street.
Carnarvon street from Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Clarkson street fiom Sixth street j
to Church stteet.'
And that said works bo carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw IMS."
And the C'.'t.v Engineer and City As-,
pceijQr Latins reported  to the Coun-j
clt i.i accoid..nc** W.llh tke proirlaion.fi
of    the    said    b.vla.v   upon - the   flafJ /
works giving-statements showing: th* /
amounts,  estimated  to  l.e  chargeable I
T.Mihibl EES Tteione  \.?:v'l���   of real
porperty to he beuer^bl by t!:e sale 1
works and other p-.irticv.lafs and the]^sj
said  retorts  of  the said   City F.Tui-i
neer ani Cily Assessor having   been
adopted by  lhe Council.
Notice is hereby given that ihe
said ie 1 orts are open for inspection
at the otfice of the City Assesor,
City Hall. Columbia street, New
Westminster, B, C, and that unless a
petition against the proposed works
above mentioned Blgned by a majority of the owners of the land or
real 1 roperty to he assessed or
charged in resrect of such works representing at least one half in value
thereof is presented to the Council
within fifteen days from the date of
the first publication of this notice
the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements under euch
terms and conditions as to the pay-
ment of the cost of such Improvements tis the Council may hy bylaw
in that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this   15th   dav of May, lfU2.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Date of first publication 16th May,
1912.
Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fiftt
stieets.
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions o!
"The Local Improvement General Bylaw  1912."
And the City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the Coun
cil in accordance with the provision!
of tlie said bylaw upon the saie
works giving statements showing thf
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the saie
works and other particulars and thf
said teports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor liaving been adopt
ed by the Council.
Notice is hereby given tbat the saie
rei orts are open for inspection at tht
office of the City Assessor, City Hall
Columbia street. New Westminster
B. C, and that unless a petitioi
I against the proposed works abort
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real prop
eity to l.e assessed or charged in re
spect of such works representing a;
least one half in value thereof is pre-
stntcd to the Council within llfteer
days from Hut d.tte of tha first publl
cation or His tuiHce the Council wili
proceed with the proposed improvements under sueii term* and tendi
t::oi:s as to the payment of tLo co:;'.
of F.;ch improvements as tho Council
may by by-law In that behalf regulatt
and determine gcd also to ma! c t
said assessment.
Dated  this   ltth  day ot   Way, 1916
W.  A.  DU SCAN,
Cltv  Cleik
nate of f.rst publication 16th May
ins,
EVERY WOMAN WHO
WANTS_
.  HEEDS M FiLLS
No more nervousness���no more weak
spells���nomorelleadccbcoorBaci: aches
���no more Kidney ot "laJilcr Trouble���
for the women who t.'.hc Cin rill",.
Because Cia Pills cure���r.ctualjiy aud
completely cure���every tr.:ce ot these
troubles.
Tor? Du:?ferin, N.Q.
"I waa troubled vtrith Kidney Diseasa
for several years. My back was v.e.;!:.
I bad terrible headaches, and was po
restless that I could not sleep at ni;-bt.
At last a friend to'.i me about Ciu Pills.
I. at or.ee, got a box and after taking
them, I felt better���after taking three
boxes,, I wa�� cured.
ETHEL EALCOMBE,
Don't take substitutes. If your dealer
won't supply you, scud us the regular
retail price���.���ioc. a box, or 6 for $2,50
���and we will forward Gin Pills by
return mail. Moncv refunded if Gia
Pills fail to give satisfaction. Sample
free if you write Notional Drug &
Chemical Co. cf Canada, Limited,
Dept D 0   Toronto. 96
NEW    WESTMINSTER     MAIL
kr rival:
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.
Closing
N.  R.
 23:00
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).11:15
.2:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Suuday).16:00
18:00���iVancouver via B. C. E. R.
idaily except Sunday).20:30
0:30���barnston Islands arrlvea
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(daily except Sunday) .11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ,11:18
7:30��� United States via G. N. It.
tdally except Sunday).. !��. il
.6:15���United States via G. N. R.
(daily exceot Sunday)..lfi:0<
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (dally)    13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Mills      (daily      exctpt
Suuday)     8:K.
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fiaser
untls      1 daily      except
Sunday)      14:0u
11:40���Coquitlam (dally except   Sunday)       8:1?
;2:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds   1 daily  except
Sunday)       11.1*
f .*j:00���Ladner,      Port     Guichon,
j Westham    Island,   Burt
CITY     OF     NCW     WESTMINSTER
Local
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local      Improvement     Notice���FiKst
and   Second   Streets  Storm   Sewer
Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by resolution, determined and specified that it
is desirable 10 carry out the following works of laying Main Storm Sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets:
Second stteet f:om Royal avenue
to Elgin street.
First street from Royal avenue to
St. Patrick street.
St. Patrick from First to Third
streets.
Fourth avenue from First to Second streets.
Arbutus street.
Emory  street.
Third avenue from First to Second
streets.
Queens avenue from First to Third
stieets.
Manitoba street.
Peele street.
Bonson stieet.
Park Row.
Vancouver street.
Glanville street.
Royal avenue from Third street to
McBride Boulevard.
Leopold Place.
And that said works be carried out
,in acordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1818,"
Improvement    Met'cc���FoCjft>
Street Storm  Se.ver A,-ia.
The Municipal Council of the Cit;
of New Westminster having by res
oiutlon determined ani specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works of laying Main Storm Sew
ers and works contingent thereto or
the following streets:
Fourtli sireet frofn Clarkson street
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth avenue f:om Third to Fourtl
streets.
Fourth avenue from Second tc
Fourth streets.
Oak stieet from Fouith to Fifth
avenues.
Third avenue from Second lc
Fourth streets.
Pine street from Third to Fourth
avenues.
Pearson, Et-oet and right-of-way.
Queens avenue from Third tt
Fourth streets.
Royal avenue from Third stieet tc
Wise ravipe.
Cunningham street from Merivale
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Merivale street
ta Fourth street.
Dickenson street from Merivale
-treet  to  Blackwood stieet.
Blackwood street from Dickenson
stteet  to Carnarvon  stteet.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale tc
Fourth stieets.
And that said wor'is be carried out
In  accordance  with  the provisions oj
I the "Local  Improvement General By
law 1812."
And the City Fngineer and Citj
Assessor having repotted to thc
Council In accordance with the pro
visions of the said bylaw ipon the
said woilts giving statements showing the amounts estimated to be
chargeable against the various portions of real property to be benefited
by the eald worVs and other particulars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer nn.i City Assessor having teen adopted b.v the Council.
Notice Is hereby y.lvcn that the said
reports aie open for inspection at
the otfice of the City Arsessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C , and that unless a petition
against the prot osed works above
mentioned Signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real property
to be assessed or charged ln respect
of such works lepresentln;; at least
one half In value thereof is present
ed to the Council within fifteen davs
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed
with tho proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as tc
the payment of the cost of such lm-
And. the City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the Conn-1 provements as the Council may h>
cil in accordance with the piovlsions bylaw In tba! behalf regulate and de
of the said bylaw upon the said | terminate and also to make the sab!
works giving statements showing the ' assessment.
amounts estfmnted to be   chargeable,-     Dated this   15th   day of Mav   irm'
against  the various   portions   of real' V.'. A. DTTNC4H.
pioperty to be benefited b.v the saidi/ Citv Ork
works and otlier particulars and f>e '     Pate of flrat puhlica:ja:j   f.Gf.1   '.;.���;.
eaid  reports of the said   City  Engl-  1S12.
Villa    U:".0
'.i:0Q���East Burnaby   tdally    except   Sunday   ,,,,,,    ,11:3d
-.0:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:3(
10:00���Annie vllle   and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:3<l
lt>: 45���Vancouver,   Piper's     Sid- ,   '
ing      via      Q.      N.      H.'.
(daily except Sunday) .,14:2'
11:20���Cloverdale and Pott Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   idaily  except  Sunday) 14:01.
11:20���Clayton, (Tuesday, Thurs-
aay. Friday and Sal-
day       14:0!
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        i4:0i
7:40���Burnaby Lake < daily except Buuuay    16:ii'
LS:CO���Edmonds    idaily    0 :ce;<t
Bnnday)  16:0.
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)   23:01.1
.6:16���Crescent, Whit�� Hock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)   9:45
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9
IJ: 20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmait Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale, Langley Prairie, Murruyvillo,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan Sardis. Sperllne Statin",
Dennison Station. Brad-
ner, Bellero��-9, ria B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)     9
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill Ma
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except. Sunday) .17:3i
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. lt. (dally
except Sunday)    17
20:40~Cloverdale via B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17
2:00���Fraser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista      ./2:i:00
I
4f
OH
00
:3"
:3C
FOR SALE
LOTS ON   EWEN   AVENUE   CAR
LINE OR INSIDE.
8F.E  OUR   LIST
RFSIM SUN REALTY COY
i Phon* 863. Room 4, Trapp Block.
AN OLD FASHIONED ROOM.
WHY, don't you remember the little
square room?
���Twa�� out In  the   "L"   where  tha
white locusts bloom
Dropped down on the shingles 60 snowy
au' sof,
An'   little  boys  sobbed  all   the  plastertn'
off
For flcates or for somethin' thut, likely ua
not,
Befoie   they'd   done   teastn'   an'   coaxin'
they Rot,
For where la the parunts ln Christendom
ain't
Partial t' little folks' style o' complaint?
An' when It come time f sit ready for
bed
A little boy shndnw climbed on up ahead,
lixcep' when he tjot tliere he'd glowed up
so lull
He reached to the pepper pods strung on
the wall.
He aped you un' mocked you an' tagged
you ubout
Till you Mowed 1,0th the lamp an' the
shadow boy out.
An' all tliere win left was the sturs shin-
In' through
TheJItlle bits winders an' bllnktn' at you!
In winter 'twus snowy, an' one broken
pane
Would let In the snow, an' ln summer the
rain
Would drip down the hole where the plaster was gone
An' wan'n't so purtlkler of what It dripped 00
An' like enuff peck y' In the eye or tha
ear
Until you was swtmmln' In rain pretty
near.
An' mother would scold, but your father
says, "No!
A plenty o' rain helps a little chap grow."
It wasn't the best, but I'll bet V tonight.
With ull of your wurflea an' sleepln' so
light.
you stretch out your bones on your newfangled lied
An' long for the scent of the bloom overhead
Vou hark like enuff for the drip o' the
rain
Or look   for a sight  o'  the stars through
I!,e pane.
An' then 'fine you know, spite of worries
uu' gliiotn.
You've dropped off to sleep In an old faah-
ioricd lunttll
���John I). Wells In Buffalo Newa
HAPPY  IN  ADVERSITY.
A    Cl'.finno    That    Business    Reverses
Wrought In Cnt Family.
A IiUkIihikI Miiildeiily lost lus position,
j ��md tin- futility ui   wife uud three tbil-
! dren ln 11 dny found themselves trims-
i formed  from  bavins plenty  to almost
J notbliiK.    Three  mouths after  he lost
; bia position n   friend railed uud was
mn.ized 10 tind tbe family huppicr than
ever   befoie���lbe   children   busy   nud
cheerful, the \vife's eyes sparkling and
tbe husband working ut one-third bis
previous salary.
"One mJKlit tblnk you all enjoyed
your reverses," suid the friend.
"Really we do." suid the wife. "Nothing In the worid could buve happened
to biins us so close together. Hefore.
the children were rapidly acquiring-
tbeir own Interests, and several times
I felt that I whs uot so close to tbem
ns I would like. Wben George's reversal came we decided not* to deceive
tbe children and gfve tbem everything
us before, as was our tirst Instinctive
.Inclination. We look them frankly
Into our confidence und told tbem what
bad happened and whnt It would mean
to tbem. We dealt honestly with tbem.
and tbey felt it 11 tut appreciated lt.
"And you see Ihe result. They are
Just thriving on the opportunities for
healthful sacrilice. the chance to share
in the family responsibilities, and us 11
family we are closer, healthier and
really happier than ever before. Evidently we needed exactly what happened, aud we do not regret It the least
little bit"���Ladies' Home Journal.
BOWSERVS. FLIES
(ft Has a Brilliant idea Fcr
Their termination,
TRIES IT OUT OH THE RANGE
Such It a Literary Career!
Rooth Tarkingtoti was talking in In-
diiiuupolis a 1,.tit a novelist of the
"highbrow" type, one of tliose half
(Starved noicilsts whose reviews are
uiuch more leniniUiilile lhan their sales.
"As this novelist, shabby mid cold."
snld Mr. Tnrklngtun. "wus walking tn
l-'iftli avenue one wintry ufternoon
there glided past ihe magnificent motorcar of it publisher who had brought
out one of I tie |iotir fellow's hooks at a
heavy loss.
"The publisher signaled to ills chauffeur, th? cur sticpdl. nnd tlle novelist,
In reply tb a \\a\e,yt the millionaire':!
band, prespiiieU liitvwell ul the window
or the car iiumhty.
"Tlie publisher, vnapped III furs. Raid!
"'There's 11 great lii-' nmnilscript
nearly fulling wiit of your hip pocket,
If you weien t so veil known'���
"Here Hie piiluiMier removed Ihe superb H11 va na clgiir trom Ills niontliund
laughed a  impl. sci.i'iif'nl  III Ugh.
"���if ynu weren't so wen known,: he
repeated, 'I guess you'd nave had your
pocket picked.' "-Washington Star.
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o 1      o
o Can't Keep From Harping on It. O
o UeiKM'iiHy the trouble with u 9
0 niitu wbo does another 11 favor a
o   is that he can't forget it.���Chi-   ��
o   cago Record Herald. o
o ��� o
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
SQUARED THE ACCOUNT.
A Bad Advertisement.
P��unoefot�� Turned His Critic'* Words
Back Upon Him.
The Inte Ixird I'auncefote while attending the peace congress at Tbe
Hague attracted the attention of the
delegates by taking notes with a fountain pen tbe bundle of wbicb was
formed by the shell of a dumdum bullet. One duy. says a biographer, the
representative of a foreign power, excited b.v the heat of the discussion in
the interests of peace, suid to bim
sharply:
"My lord, it Isn't right for you to
use tbat murderous shell in this congress.    Tbe iustruments used by persons are almost 0111111011.1 tic.   Tbey can
become a part of themselves, un expression  of their  ideas  and   of  their
personality."
Lord   Pauncpfote   smiled,   but   said
I nothing.   The following day bis critic.
] wanting to write something, turned to
j the Kngiish diplomat to borrow a pen
I Tbe ambassador pulled out of his pod;
I et  nn   old   fashioned  pen   made  of  a
j gray grw.se quill and after tbe borrow.
I er hud finished said:
"Monsieur, it isn't right for yon to
I use such an Instrument In this com
] gress. The lustruuients used by per
i sons are almost emblematic. They
can become port of themselves, an ex
pression of tbeir Ueus, of tbeir pcr-
) sedulity.'1
' jffam   ���
The Puzzling Red Eyed Vireo.
Tbe bird traveler that gives the naturalist the baldest transportation prob
len to solve is the red eyed vireo. II
winters in Central America aud appears each spring at tbe montli uf tht
.Mississippi, traveling twenty miles a
day. At this leisurely rate it proceed*
for sis weeks, all the way up to tht
latitude of northern Nebraska. Ther
suddenly. In the space of twenty-foui
hours and before a single red eyed
vireo bus been seen anywhere In tbc
region between, numbers of tbe bird?
appear in Iititish Columbia. 11 thousand
miles to the northwest. This puzzling
peiftiruii'.iKe is repented every year
I'niess die red eyed vireo files n thou
Rand miles in a single nlgbt how does
It manage this bewildering schedule''
Nobody knows: but, then, nobody
knows either wbere tlie chimney swift
goes for live mouths out o" every year.
i Mrs. Bowser Displays Her Usual Lack:
of Faith, and the Neighbors Gather tp.
Jeer at the Friend of Humanity and
His Experiment.'
By M. QUAD.
[Copyright.  1912,   by   Associated  Literary
Tress. J
THAT preoccupied look as Mr.
Kowaer ascended tbe steps
wbeu be came from tbe otfice
the otUer evening told Mrs.
Bowser tlie tale of tbe day.
He bad a new scheme on band,
lt bud been seven whole days since-
he bad a scheme, and tbe time wns
ripe. He had a package under bis arm,
nnd this he laid 011 the ball tree with
the observation that he didn't want lt
meddled with. He threw out several
bints during dinner and evideutly desired to be questioned, but Mrs. Row-
ser had uo questions to ask. He had
smoked half his after dinner cigar and
hitched all over tils chair u dozen times
before he snld:
".Mrs. Rowser. how many flies do-
you suppose tbere were around our
house last summer?"
"(loud lands, but what a question:"
��he replied. ;
"Well, give some sort of a gueBS."
"Ten million."^ j
"And bow many In the city V" .
"Klfty billions" Jq7
"And in the state?" k
"A thousand tilitions."
"And In the United StatPS?"
'Tive  thousand   trillions,  nnd  then,
some more.   Wby do you ask such foolish questions?"
"Tbey may not le so foolish a*��tvi>u
tblnk.    Vou know, don't you. tliat tlies
Vi J 1 af -7it       ��������� >��a k'A
.1      fNp    fn fii'.'.f.A*:;   I    fill
'*.*���* ,*J     / 7     tt Vr/ Ju    \
1 J t> ^��Kfc��i��a
Hairdresser's Wife ���Dad. <i lrley
says please don't come Into the saioou
for a bit.
Ii:id-.\nd why not, pray?
Hairdresser's Wife���I ain't sure, but
I llllllk tie's honking a big order for lus
new tinU' restorer.-Sydney r.uiietin.
Johnny's Surmise.
"P.uf. pa." whimpered Johnny, "ttin'j
spunked ine already for belli sassy to
lu-r."
"Well. I'm going to wallop yon fot
it. too." retorted his father. "Aud du
you know whv?"
"Well;" said Johnny, resolvpd to get
the greatest amount of satisfaction out
"f 11 hopeless state of iiffuirs. "1 guess
it's beeu/. whats sasa tor the goose is
suss for Hie guilder."
Whereupon pn laid It on just a trifle
harder.��� Harper's   Weekly,
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Beginnings of Clubs.
The first dub of modern England
seems to have been the circle at the
Mermaid that Sir Walter Raleigh
founded nnd Shakespeare Joined. But
hi the seventeenth century clubs began to spring up like mushrooms.
There wus the Calves' Head club,
whose members met and dined off
calves' beads to show their contempt
for the decapitated Charles I. Then
came the Klt-Kat club, which, according to Addison, took Its name from a
mutton pie. One Christopher Knt. ti
pastry cook of Shire lane, was n distinguished constructor of mutton pies,
and his productions were called Kit-
Knts. Tbe club meeting In bis bouse
and eating bis pies acquired tbe tiles'
name for Its own.-Loudon Telegraph
As Pope Said, Differently.
Nearly every mail feejs Ihat be
would he a great deal healthier
If   he  only   had  some different
kind of a Job.-t'uck.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Nothing Too Good.
"Cnptnin." said 11 wealthy passenger
who was about to take Ills llrst trip
across fhe ocean. "I understand, this
���ililp bus got several water light coin-
narlmeiits?" "VflH. ��ll\" was the reply,
������t'lipliiln." the passenger went on de-
' ideillv. "I want one o' those compart-
iiieiitH don't on re wbat It costs"'
duu  Telegraph.       	
Stopped Patti's Mouth.
Mme. 1'attl hud a curious experience
some years ago wben sbe was singing
lu a duet with Santley at a concert in
Kngland. Santley suddenly began laughing, and tbey cit III U to a slop. For 11
iiioiiieiil there wus much mystification
among the audience. Then I'nttl step
ped forward uud explained. "The cnuse
of all this merriment Is that a wasp
bus been trying to get Into uiy mouth,
aud we could uot get on."       (
Homemaking.
Men do not make tbeir home iinbnp-
py becnuse tliey have gculus. but be
cause they bave not enough genius. A
mlud mul sentiments of a higher unlet
would render tbem capable of seelm:
and feeling all (lie beauty of domestk
ties.���Wordsworth.
The National Anthem.
Although "The Star Spangled Run-
npr" has been popularly adopted us a
national nir 11 nil under iinny and
navy rPLHtlntlmis Is plnypd nt iiMirtilni;
nnd evening "colors," It hits never
been adopted as the Latloaal antlicin
liv oouirrus*
TUliY I.AIM  I!A.NDS ON HIM.  / |
miry  the germs  of disease  in   their
feet ?"
"I lmve beard so "
"And that the germs thus carried
are responsible for "(io.ihhi aeaths [ier *
year? Ves. mu'am-U'tKl.tMH) deaths every year, to sny nothing of hall a milliou cased of sickness. Why, woman,
even the doctors concede that um tor
the housefly the medical fraternity
wouid not number one-halt wuat it
Uoea now."
The "Exterminator."
"And nil this is preparatory to tin-
Bouncing that you nave some new
pclieine on hand." said Mrs. Bowser
"Woman, I never scheme." tie said.
"I plan and experiment, hut there is uo
scheming "
"Well, whnt Is It?"
"Resides the fly pest there Is the 1110s-
l��)iillo The ma III Hal mosquito killed
[over liKi.utM) people ot tbe Lotted
I States last year."
"Ves?"
"I have no scheme, but I havp nn
experiment on hand. No. 1 cannot mil
It 1111 expeiiiueiit. It Is 11 sure thing.
It is going to knock every fly and mosquito in the country Into 11 continental
cocked hut. One dollar's worm ot
ltUwser's fly and mosquito exterminator will keep flies and mosquitoes
lrom coming nearer than tony rods
of nny Inhabited dwelling, 'lhe death
rate for uext summer can be reduced
!)9 per cent."
"Another faker got hold of you.
has he?"
"Look here, woman, don't put on any
sneers or I stop right bere:" announced
Mr Ibiwscr. "i here are subjects to
In- trilled with, hut tbls Is not one ot
tliem, 1111 mn 11 lite Is nt sUkc here. 1
have notUlllg to (lo with takers."
"Then you've got 11 little Idea by
yourself?"
A Dream irt Fame.
"I have, its an Idea that Is going to
make me famous nnd wealthy. 1 shall
be fpokl'll of ns the worlds greatest
bi'iiefuctnr."
"And poor ine?"
"Vnu won't lie mentioned or get a
blamed cent of my millions!"
"Too bud for ine. but I'll have ro
fland ir. From whnt I can gather yon
are going to open war on the flies next
tuituuier?"
"I nin. madam. I am going to tmn-
hll the lly nnd the mosquito from the
face of the curt!)."
"Wfll you have to chase 'em down
Hrllh ti club?"
Mr. Rowser looked nt her In pity and
contempt for a iong mluute before he
replied: ,��� ,���. __  ,._, /
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FT"".
PAGE SEvgri
4
.   r
To Readers of the
tminster Daily
This publication is now owned by the NATIONAL
PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LTD., a corporate
body, the directors of which are all well known business men of this city.
The National Printing & Publishing Company are
in the field to produce a Live Morning Paper worthy
of the Royal City.   It will be a Strictly Independent
organ looking ever to the interests of the community and the broader issues at stake in our midst.
The National Printing & Publishing Co.,
Ltd. is capitalized at $125,000 in shares
of $100 issued at par valuj
ie.
At present it is the intention of the Directors to
subscribe the sum of $20,000. This will put the
paper on a satisfactory basis, and the city wiii then
have a morning publication second to none on the
coast.
.    WANTED!
Every leading business man and citizen to subscribe
to an organization which is to devote itself to the
boosting of the city. Mr. Jas. R. Duncan, who has
been appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the company,
will be glad to give you full particulars, and show
you wherein the new organization will make good.
Write or call up the Secretary at the registered office of the company, corner of
McKenzie and Victoria streets, ' Phone
999 or 669
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
LOYAL OliDER OP MOOSE NO. 854.
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
8treet, second and fourth Wednesdays, at eight o'clock. Visiting
P. A. P. S. welcome. F. C. Cook,
Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. 0. F. AiMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. 0.F��� is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Feb
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethew
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room,
Trapp block.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 716.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, > barristers i
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooms!
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
^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.
Agassize local ab 6:22.
The
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A., Vancouver
jtoyal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  .., 7.200,000
The Bank has aver 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paciiic,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados-, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
Naw Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc: corner Columbl:
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tel*
pbone 710,
r. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, CIO Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, MrQUARME &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and I*
Gulchon block, corner Columbia an'-
McKeozte streets; Vancouver of
flres, Williams building, 41 Gran
rllle street. F. C Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler. W. O McQuarrie. G. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. in. and 11:45,
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. m. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leavea Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m, Monday',
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tueaday,
Thursday and Saturday.
j ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone 11672.
619 Hamilton St
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada Mid
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Ch'eago aad Spokane,
U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A general
basking bualneas transacted. Letters of Credit Iaaued. available with
correspondents In all parts of tke
world.
8avinge Bank D��psrtmeat���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
sud Interest allowel at 3 par cent, per
snnum  (preseat rate).
Total   Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU C?ANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
| j BOARD   OF   TRADE���NEW   WEST-
,'     minster Hoard or Trade meets in the
board   room.   City   Hall,   aa  follows-
Third   Friday or eacli   month:   Qusr
forty mooting on tho tl*trd Friday of '
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m.    Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February.   New
members   may    be    proposed   and
REMOVAL NOTICE
CABINET   MAKER  ANO
UPHOLSTERER.
lalmaur   Wmatmlnmtmr., B.   C ,
Workshop  Oil   Victoria   Street.
lOver  Dally  News.l
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRIM CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
.Wrappers m   Sporimtt*
Market Square, New Westminster.
llltlillivin 111 tl _> UC IMUJ'UDCU tllltl   I
elected at any monthly or quarterly 'TRY
meeting.   S. H. Stuart Wade, secro-1
tary.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a siuare   deal   on all
junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
D. Mc Aulay
Tit 761.
ARCHITECT
Cer. 6th and Columbia
t*. Q. GARDINER.        A. ti MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WRST M INSTER     TR t Z T      RLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
TR\
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods just arrived. First-Class Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
ON GHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Melnnls St.. City.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
AU  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. G088E, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 36, in the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of Jhe loss of Cer-
tiflcate of Title Number 104^2<V, Issued ln the name of Christopher
Brown, has been flled in tbis otlice.
Notice is heieby (Liven that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a dally news-a^er published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
lupllcate of the said Certlflcate, unless ln tbe meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Reslstrar ot Titles.
Land Registry Office, JSew Westminster, B. Cm May ll, 1012.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMIN8TER. B. C.
Telephone R  113   Offlce:  Princess 8>
!
Thero Is no connection    whatever
between the City Dye Works.and the
Koyal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(Sgd.)    O. F. BALDWIN,
"L  ii   . ,j.,    3<B Columbia Street.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect flt und workmanship guaranteed.
Spring Lamb, Beef,
Poik Mutton, and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
���OWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFiCS���T��AM OCPOt
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C,
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth  AvSnue. Phone 887.
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THINS
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMER3
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEAR8
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST  ...
,....$4,600,000
 $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B, C
BRANCH
J. ORACEY, MANAGER. wbb mo/tn m ���%-���',.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
! !..:-:
Ill 8""     lift*-
Wednesday, may 29,1912.
FLY TIME
lasses
City News
ISKImSS
���jh^yT^gg5'
Screen Doors, Adjustable
Screen Windows and
Wire Cloth
���SOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B.&.M.  FISH
Red Salmon, hnlf or whole, per lb. 10c
sliced, 2 lbs. for    -25c
Fresh Halibut, 3 lbs. for  i!5c
Fresh Cod, '{> or whole, per lb. ...8c
Point Grey Herring, 4 lbs 20c
Royal Sturgeon, per lb 15c
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
'Mr. K. L. Webber is bome again
from tbc upper country wheie be lias
been since last fall.
See our ad. in another part of this
publication re the new organization of
this paper. **
Mrs. R. C. McDonald and her son
Mr. L. McDonald have returned from
an extended tour in the southern
states.
Tbe contract for building the government school on Scott rond has
been awar 'ed to Mr. C. M. Nicholson,
of Westminster.
We are now making pure cream
puffs and all other lines. A. Hard-
man, phone L 150.
Are you progressive ? Take an interest in New Westminster's progres-.
sive morning paper. See our ad. on
anc.her page.
One of the I. W. W. agitators in the
recent ttotible along tbe C. N. R. will
come up for trial todav In the county
court. The man's name is Edward
Collins and he is charged, along wiili
another, with unlawful assembly.
Traffic on the B. C. E. R. was held
up lor a space yesterday morning
when about S o'clock a flat car went
off the rails at the corner of Columbia and Kighth streets. In half an
hour tbe car was replaced.
Ae you coing to see tne feature
pictures at the opera house tonight ':
Rushton's ten-piece orchestra will
plav every night and the prices arc
just the same as in the siiKillei
houses. **
An elderly man was knocked down
by one of the city cars yesterday
afternoon while opposite the Haul" ot
Montreal. He was carried in to Muir's
drug store, wbe e Dr. tttciiiwen ten
aered medical assistance. It is not
thought he was very seriously Injured
The May Day committee meets this
evening in the board of t:ade room?
to settle up all matters in connection
with the recent successful "celebration
It is likely that 'here will bn somi
inlete.-ting suggestions brought tor-
ward for the Improvement of the eele-
bratlons next >ear. All the raemben
are specially requested to be on band
"The Seven Capital Sins" is the big
feature lllm that opens the movrai
ilctures at the opera house tqnlgbt.
This house is the most conitortaote
and airy theatae in the city, antt
e.er.'body will be there. The charg*
���s only 10 cents, Rushton's orchestra
included. ���*
AlTVf*fl     in/      (Sit ft  fan I     Ti"'  r'anoforte evnmlnattong   undei
XB.M&S. *a,<L*      ina    t*WM.%ma\atti\PaS I the numices of the Roja! Academy oi
Music and tho Koyal College ot ajinjc.
I-ot}don, Knjtland, will ite held In Mler
Citve-Brown-Cave'B studio, 61 Duflfeifn
re< t, on Fr'.dtV- pr.tl Pat'.t'Hny of this-
week. ri he examinations will be con
ducted by Percy IT. Miles Esq., Who
has been appointed examiner t'oi
Westciii Canada this year.
KEYNOTE
OF SUCCESS IS FORESIGHT. ARE
BOD FOKESIGHTED ENOUGH TO
UNSURE YOUHSEUF AGAINST LOSS
THROUGH ACCIDENT TO YOURSELF, YOUR EMPLOYEES, OR
TOUR LIVE SITOCK. BETTER COME
IN AND CONSULT ME. 1 SPECIALIZE ON INSURANCE.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of tbe Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  I 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. Pbone R411.
JOTpSM
lx> / /><r ireo
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OP  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick" I. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music   Houses.
OR   MORE   EFFECTIVE
WAY TO HAVE A
NICE COMPLEXION
Than to take care of it! If you
haven't a supply of complexion
necessaries, we have FLESH
BRUSHES, RUBBER BRUSHES, MASSAGE ROLLERS,
POWDER AND PUFF BOXES,
CUCUMBER LOTION, ALMOND CREME, FACE POWDERS, and all the other complexion requisites for the dressing table.
M. RYALL
Drugcist and Optician
Phone  57. New  Westminster.
VARIETY GIVES SPICE
TO SHOPPING AT THE
SMITH  STORE
(MM SEROF. SUITS m PRESSES FOK tHEH-OHMM NEW MODELS
In this splendid assortment of late importations we have excelled even our own efforts in the past; delightful achievements in popular hair line an.1 plain serges, not those usually sold at these prices, but
the beautifully tailoted or trimmed suits and dresses with lines, character and style of more expensive
models.
-\
be presented by Rev. II. G. Eastbrook,
Beld guierintcndent; Rev. D. B. Mark-.
r.Ci-.s, genet al secretary of the Baptist
Union or Western Canada, will speak ;
concerning several phases ot Baptist
work  throughout the    western    prov-j
inces. I I
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
ttt
M. C.  A.    NOTES.
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our stock of HAND
BAGS is too big. We
must reduce it. As an
inducement we have cut
the prices
25 Per Cent.
You can buy a dollar
and a half bag for $1.15,
two dollar for $1.50, so
on up. The stock is new
and well assorted.
Curtis Drug Store
Mow about your garden ? lting up
phone i.is-i and get Tldv, the llorist,
to quote you prices on the best stock
that is-' grown in tbe country. Tbey
make a Brecialty ot hanging basket*
and window boxes. **
Rev. o. B. Anderson, of Sapperton.
gave a most instructive and interesting a'.dress on Monday evening to the
niombeis of lhe Youn> People's union
of the Olivet l .apt 1st church. Mr.
Andei son disclosed a mine of knowledge concerning the Indian races of
B ltish Columbia, their divisions,
chat actor, education tind so forth.
Several beautiful examples of Indian
handicraft were examined by the audience.
Just after mid-day yesterday a team
of T. .1. Trapp &. Co., which was attached to a wagon behind which i,
new rig was being hauled, broke loose
while turning the corner of Carnar
von and Lome streets by the Land
Registry onice. A passer-'iy was
:-ra;:e:l by the flying harness, but thc-
toara viis soon stoi"ic<l. The danm-re
amounted to a bioken set of singletrees.
All members interested In baseball
;:ro requested lo attend a meeting
Wednesday night at it p. m.
A meeting for swimmers is called
for  8:30.
Intermediate llle-savers class meets
at. S p. m.
T'.ie Harriers will bave a run on
Thursday niftht, after which the: will
be ente.talned at the home of Mr. SO-
\ eieign.
There will be an illustrate' address on "Boys' Camp Life" Friday
night in the gymnasium. Uev. A. :1.
Sovereign of Vancouvei-. will be the
speaker, and the pictures will he of
local color, being taken at Christ
Church Boys' Brigade camp on Bowen
Island. A silver colectlon will be
taken  to help defray expenses.
Stylish One-Piece
Dresses of Cream Serge
With blue hair line, deep sailor collar, trimmed
with two-Inch band of navy silk, cuffs to match;
short set-in sleeve; kimona effect; open partly
dowu front.   Special  Price, each    $22.50
Women's Suit of fine English Serge; in cream, >vith
hair line stripe of black; long revers of black satin;
cuffs of block satin; coat unlined with one button
fastening; skirt with panel back; over skirt effect;
front trimmed with three laree black and white
buttons.    Special   $32.53
Special From the
Wash Goods Section
White Vestings. shown in a vast range of pretty designs and weaves; ideal fabrics for tailored waists;
width '2.1 indies.    Extra special, per yard  25c
NEW COTTON FOULARDS, 30c
An extremely   11ctty display of the popular   wash
goo Is; looks just liiie silk;  sho.vu in all  the new
r.hndings, erabtaclng  many new    pattern   effects;
width 2R inches.   Our Special, per yard 3J-
VCl'-ES AND MARQUISETTES, 50c
A s:ea   assortment o;' these putt..,   cool   summer
fabrics:   sbioWn s e many ne.v color combinations;
in .s':a.;o'.v   nnd floral patterns;  widths B7   laches;
Extra  S; i   iai.  L*r ;aid  50c
Misses' Dress
of Cream Serge
how neck, with deep V shaped collar of blue silk,
edged with band of serge; sailor tie, and cuffs to
match collar; trimmed partly down both sides of
skirt; collar, pocket aud cuffs with fancy buttons.
Price only      $14.03
.WOMEN'S    CREAM SERGE   SUIT.
Strictly tailored; lined with Skinner's satin; extra
quality se ge aad heatitiful lines; fastened with
three large White pearl buttons.   Our special $27.50
Children's Dresses
Dainty and Inexpensive
The mother who bas one or more little girls to
dress will find in tiis showing styles to her taste
and prices to stilt; the range includes dozen of
pretty little d;esses In white muslins, dimitieB and
oi gaudies; neatly trimmed with laces; sizes to tit
ages from 3 to 12 years.   Prices  $2.00 to $6.00
Hosiery Values
For Summer Wear, 25c
Women's Fine Cotton Hesc; high spliced soles and
heelsf with double garter tops; in shades of champagne, saxe. reseda, jink, sky hello tan, brown
white and blacl;; sizes fji^ to 10. Extra special
per pair        25c
	
vsmai
-CAN  BILL OF HEALTH
IS CITY'S  RECORD
SCOUT     ORDZRS.
By Scout Master R. P. Day, commanding First New Westminster
tioop Baden-Powell  Boy Scouts:
Xew  Westminster,
May 28, 1912.
The troop wiil parade at the Drill
Hal] on Wednesday, May 29, at. 7:30
p. m. prompt. Dress, "drill order." a
full attendance is requested. The
members of the New Westminster
Amateur Dramatic Sodetv will piesent the troop with a check, being the
ptoceeds of the performance entitled
"Facing the iMuslc," which was given
by t'lem lecently on behalf of the
'���"ire; New Westminster Troop Cam;)
Equipment Fund.
By Order,
FREDERICK  j. SIMPSON.
Adjutant.
Island
For
PHOTO  GOODS
SPECTACLES
8EEDS
Phons 43:   L.  D. 71:   Res. 72.
New    Westminster,     B     C.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
ROSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rase Cold Cream
See Our Window
Tlie city Is at present In possession
of a dean bill Of health, there helm
nothing on tbe books of the depai'
ment. The recent tains ha 1 a tend
ency to destroy bacteria, but the sun
shin* ls after all the greatest known
disinfectant, and preventative of disease.
Tbo city gatbagc plant on Fourth
avenue and Sixteenth street Is almost
completed, the- Installation of the,
burner being all that ls needed for It
to be in working order. All waste
and rubbish will then either be cremated or disposed of by the scows. It
is understood tbat a nominal charge
will be made on the refuse brought
to the plant by persons wishing to
dispose of it.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
niap
MI'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.    441 Columhla St.
New WeatmluHHT. p C.
PROMINENT SPEAKERS FOR
BAPTIST CONVENTION
Some prominent speakers are on
the program of the forthcoming
Baptist convention of British Columbia which will open in this city on
Juno 26, and continue to June 2X. iMr.
E. B. Mo:gttn, of Vancouver, will deliver the annual presidential address;
Rev. I). J. Welch, of Kelowna, will
preach the convention sermon; Rev,
Dr. Brown, general secretary of foreign missions of Toronto, will also be
present. Dr. Wolverton, of .Nelson,
chairman of the general educational
hoard, will speak regarding tlie future;
policy of education; Dr. Sawyer, >.rln-
clpal of Okanagan college, wlll present the annual report of the Institution.   The work of home missions will
Well located Bmnuhy acreage Is getting scar.e and li'te moet pood
things Is in pretty strong 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 Lake tram line, Is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake property is selling at from $3000 per acre and up. We can quote a ptico
away below that, and we can give good terms.
F.J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We  write  Flre,  Life, Accident,   Employers' Liability,    Automotive
and Marine Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber nnd Trading
Company antl will continue the business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster  and   Crescent Valley,  B,  C.
I
In City Limits
Four and a half acres, all cleared, under-drained and planted Id
potatoes and small fruit; new six roomed house; large barn, chicken
bouses and other buildings. City water in house and barn. This la
below market value.   See us ut once.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, tor It ls tbe stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
.hmicy may be used ln two ways; to spend for what Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In tha future    Money cannot be invested until It Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capita, (2,000,000.     Columbia, cornsr Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR. Gsnaral Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLD SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN  *��!$*
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
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