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vOiAiMK   v>    JiVTBER 78.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK 6, 191 iT
CONSM OIL
mns here
SAPPERTON LAD��
HAS DISAPPEARED
Proposed Developments Will
Add Population of Thousands to Westminster.
Relatives, Friends and Police    Seour
Whole  Neighborhood in  Fruit
lese Search.
Intend to Treble Present Output    of
Saw ind Shingle Mill Machinery
���-Liucaihin.
Leaving her husband stee-iing
Mie. Alexander Player left her hone
at 225 Sprues street, Sapperton, be
tween 1 and '��. o'clock >eat'erda.
morning and despite unceasln' ei
forts on the part of relatives, friend*
and the notice, no trace ef her where
abouts had been discovered at an
early hour this morning. Persona in
the neighborhood oX the Sapperton
churcHya** state that a woman arf
) swertng   her  description  was     seen
TAGAUC WINS
TURf RIBBONS
Outsider Triumps Ovei' American Owned and Aid-
Jen Favorite.
Pint-tttemtt, King's Horse, Was Fourth
���Wooing Numbers Sainton's
I
Sweepstake.
PRICE FIVK C11NT8.
SYNOD DEBATES
ON CATHEDRAL
A Bishop's Right to Change
Residence Is  Vigorously
Protested.
FLAMES DESTROY
MAY DAY FILMS
Parade Scenes    Irretrievably    Lost	
Record of Park Qercmonles Reported Saved.
MAKE READY
COAST PORTS
According: to announcements made
yeeterday by Mr. K. H. Heaps, of Vancouver, and  Mr.  H. Schaake, of ttrial ���*���"*����� Plough thero at about   tho
city, tho negotiations concerning the   4me Mr8   Ha>w olaappeawd, Out   *
transference   and   enlarging   of   the  r080 **a'c^ of the vicinity has Urns
far proved unavailing.
Mr. Player has been put of wor*
for a short time, and tlii* fact,
coupled with worry over legal masters
it is feared has upset Mis. Player
considerably.
Mr. and Mrs. Player have a ana
for a walk last night and returned
about 10:30. Mrs. Player appeared
nervous and stated that she was not
going to retire Immediately. Later
3he went oat, returning in a few moments. Mr. Player, tired out, finally
went to rest and when he awoke she
was gone. The matter was reported
to the police, and Chief of Police
.Bradshaw spent moat of yesterday ln
searching for her; Neighbors are also
ont, and it is stated that unless
something is soon learned as to her
whereabouts, a searching party of
school children will be organized bv
Alexander Garrett, a neighbor living
at 2(3 Struce street.
Mi. an:l Mis. Player haev a soc
and a daughter. The former, Robe. t.
Plaver, Is employed in the C. P. R.
yards :is an engine wiper. The dauah-
ter Mrs. John Crei��hton, of" 221
Struce streel. is in a delicats state
of health and is almost prostrated.
When she left home Mia. Player
was dies8ed in a wine colored suit
wi:b a black iiat trtmme:! with wtna
colored riowers. She Is a tall woman
an.l slender. Although past 50 years
old she la very active , and lias a
heavy head of thick darl; hair, just
turning fcrey aro.:n;I  the temples.        "
Schaake MatMm Works in this titty
are still being roundel out.
The importance of the deal may be
better appreciate* by tte fact that If
all ihat la hoped tor is attained, the
industry located on Lulu ialand will
give steady euu-Ioympu to between
four and five hundred WtgHly paid and
skilled artisans. Tbie tn ltsOIT means
the addition of ttie population of -a
small city jo Westndurter.
Treble Preset* Output.
It is the intention of Mr. ���& H.
Heaps to take oier tbe whole concern, plant., stock and personnel, so
that the Identity of Mt. H. fltttaanbe
with the business be haa built uip
during the past thirteen years, will,
still be pieserved. The capacity oj
the works will he Increased three-fold
so as to lie better able to co^e with
the growing demand for saw mill and
shingie mill machinery which la the
pieeent concern's specialty.
Manufacture Oil Engines.
Further than this the manufacture
of an imnrovel tyro cf Diesel oil engines will be introduced. Mr. Heaps
holds the necessary lights for their
production in this country, where a
big demand p- Ista for hem both for
marine rnd stationary purposes. With
this branch or the business Mr. F. A.
Yerbury is identified, ho beln> an expert from the English manufactory of
these engines.
Question of Site.
At      pieFOnt:      everything      points
favornbl'   io the deal rolng through.
Suggestions'havo Ken made at villous times to move tht Schaake -works
���lnaa��nlmUJMto<toh��i.l ia Hal i
;i satisfH'.'lory arrangement can be
���node with tin? dty, so 'hat this most
importaiii and ambitious . industrial
undertaking may u main In Westminster.
The mut'er of rrice is still undecided, bul the whole scheme appears
io hinre cn the acquisition of a, slto
suitable for the purpdse.
Belmont's
Winery tMr�� a scant
Eng., June 5.���Taga-
by W. Raphael,
100 to 8, woo ihe
with L. Newmann'i i
tour lengths    behind
Will, Buy Sit* for Diocesan Purposes
on Shaughnessy   Heights-
Opinion Divided.
t��o   lengths
���way.    Tbe King's horse) Pintadeau, at,
waa fourth.
ning George and Queen Mary saw
tho running of vit-e Derby, which
through itbe rtefeat of the favo.ite,
Sw��ep��r n, owned hy the America^
H. B. Ouryea, wiil go down to histor>
as one of tae most disappointing, both
to Americans, who believed that the
American horse, lldden by an America*; would have no difficulty ln winning, and to the British public which
bad bet oo tbe American enti������-,
Fiom the start, Mr. Dur>ea's colt
had nu chance. Danny &\aher, who
had the mount, had steadied Sweeper
II and got him Into a position from
which it waa expected he could easily
extend himself and outstrip his ad
versariea. Maher counted without
Johnny Rclff, another American, who
rode Tagalie. Rell had won tbe
Derby with Richard Croker's Orby In
1907. and be ie;.eatci t'.ie performance today.
Wben the tape fell IteifT too'.; the
fillv to tbe front, and kept her there
until the linish. Tagalie was the only
fi Iy in the race, and die first grey tc
win the Derby since 1821.
The deliberations of tbe synod of
the New Westmlnato:- diocese, no*
convened ih Vancouver, resulted yesterday in the bishop's right to change
his headquarters being denied, and a
brown    col*   decision     to     purchase   a   aite   on
Shaughnessy Heights"   being   arrived
Tbo proceedings toolc place ln St
Paul's church, the morning being
mainly occupied with the address of
hia lordship, in which a review of the
happenings of the sear was outlined.
Bishop's Residence.
The executive committee had prepare! a report for endorsatlon, and
whicb contained two main clauses referring to the above matters. When
the flrst of these leferring to the
bishop's rinht to change bis residence
was read the proposal was vigo'.O-sly
protested by the representatives of
New Westminster, and was finally
throws out, the feeling of the whole
synod  being abundantly  manifest.
Regarding the purchase of land
strenuous opposition was also evoked,
members fiom this city and from
other points in the diocese voicing
their, vle#B.
Canon d'Easum safd that he was en-
ti:.ely opposed to the scheme. The
Idea that the proposed site would be
in tbe ceatie of the Vancouver of Kb
future could not be entertained because no ono knew where the centre
wouid be. The general opinion was
that it would Le in the vicinity of
Central Turk, hetween the two cities.
He rcltite.l out that th�� proposed
site was aipong a select ar.d. wealthy
A wire was received from Seattle
last evenings by Publicly Commissioner Wade to the effect that a portion of the films taken in this city
duiing the recent May Day festival
has heen ruined owing to a fue in
Ibe plant where tney were being fln
Ished.
A1'hough only vague particulars are
to hand nt present, It i.i thought thut
part of the film recording th2 actual
ceremony at Queens park has l:"en
I reserved, t>ut it is understood tbat
the slews talien of the piocessioti
through the principal ef.eets havfe
been totally ruined. The exhibition n>
the pictures, which was sch��lulej f.--
Friday and Saturday evening of thi-
weeli, baa therefore to be pos'-cued.
Mr. Wade will receive full particulars this morning and will at once
complete a.n angmntn. s to have another set taken throughout, the city
However, tbe scenes at. the parade,
which was considered the feature of
the whole film, Is an irretrievable
loss.
Dominion    Government    Is.
Really   in Earnest Say*
Mr.Worsfold.
��
Resident  Engineer Confirm* Reports:
oa Return Laat Night-A^poH*.
moot Js Popular.
MODEL DAIRY NOW
fOR ROYAL CITY
Local  Business  Men  Embark on  En-
tsrprise���Work  Being   Rusher!
to Finish.
. "if
being
PUSUCITY SCHEME
IS GAINING fAVOR
An    even    gTeater    sui-price    than   that  it  would  be in  the  Vicinity    of      When plans nor.- being carrle:l out
Tagalie's victory, was    the    perform-   central Turk, between the two cities.   a,'o completed, New Westminster will
ince or Felmont's Tracery, which af-      ppe  pciiite.l  out  that   th��  proposed   hav<* one of the most    model    dairy
er a ha-d fight with Pintadeau, nosed   sjte v,-aa ajpong a select ar.d. wealthy   plants in  the Dominion of Canada. *A J
tl* I'tter o'l and  finished third. class.     This--waB   bound   :o   provoke I company  made  up entirely    of    well I
Whi'e Derby  Day was not success-1 class    '.'istinctlons,      something    the I known  local  business  men  has  been I
'ul  to.   Ameiican   horses.   If  Tracery I chinch   had   never'recopnized   fn   the/ in.-orj orated   as   tbe   Chrystal     Dairy j,
';e  errepted.  It  was b- pi cat  one  for|paEt.     fjo  knew  that    attempts     had (company,  and  a permit  for    a plant I'
iine.'icnn   jockeys.     Relet     took     the I ffeen   made   to , Induce   the   people   In I costing $13,000 haa been Issuad. War.il
DcvUj-. F. O'Neil w.oa ths second-rafieJoxtt  reiebbcrhood   to  pive  their sup-l's  now  under way    on  the    butldlntt.
xn\  JTaher lode Clio^Klnners. pf    the   por^ but ho underaloort    that    these .which la to be at the coiner of Sixth
���frth art' 't*th���ftctSV'^i    -       *-.-'    ko&s bad niU* w'-tinittla kuccassv-^U <;et MiA BlMh uvenue.
Tlmt the Dominion gevenmmt   Is
really in eamest ia an eodeator   to
make the poits   ��f    Van;oiver   anl
New Westminster capable ef -taadiing
the Increased traffic which la anticipated following nhe opening.ot   tbe
T'pnama cioia), was one or tL*   few
things gleaned from Mr. Cbtkhett C
Woia.old aa he stepped from . the It)
o'clock  C.  P.   R.  train last oreoteg
back from a hurried trip to Ottawa.
Mr.  Worsfold received the appointment of resident engineer of ahe department of  public worka In Brittah
Columbia  on   May  29,  following the
demise of the late Mr. O. H. Keefer.
While in  Ottawa, he  illmiaisiq    the
whole situation    pertaining   to   propose!  Improvements to be iud*   to
navigation around tbe maintain) peninsula, but he was not in a position
to give out;    anything    further   tart
night other than to confirm tbe rtetth.
city  of  the  recent reports bom ot-
1' tawa on same.
Is Well Pleased.
Naturally he la well pleased with
his appointment, tfbioh constitutes
the second time ln ithe past fifteen
years that the first assistant in
charg% of the department has stepped
Into the shoes of the resident engineer.
His many friends ln thia city and
district, an.l especially the men of the
depai tment with which be has been
so long associated are no lees plrased.
as they feel that his stettin* wort
In the service or the Dominion vwr-
ernnient iia3 merited his preferment
WORLD WILL ENTER'
NOVEL COMPETITION
Brilliant  Scheme  to  Advertise    City
and  District  is Being Worked ,
Out.
Another brilliant idea, which lf carried Into esecutlon, will excite worldwide inteiest ln New Westminster,
la being sha' ed out by the Progressive Association.
The special committee appointed to
deal with the advisability of beginning a comietitlon for the best slogan for the city met last night, and
decided to recommend that two money prises be offered to achieve this
purpose. '
If adopted, the competi;ion will bo
open to all the world, saving the
members of the executive only. Steps
-will be taken to make known the
scheme both In England and arross
the whole of Canada. By this means
not only wlll the ctty and district be
widely advertised, but the best slogan will be obtained. It must be
terse and catchy, and^should bear allusion to the Fiaser or New Westminster.
yhls recommendation will be made
to the executive meeting to be held
at f> o'clock this evening. At the
aame time the executive wiil-consider
finally the constitution ln readiness
for Friday night's meeting.
All the members of the committee
are working enthusiastically and are
to hand at a moment's notice when
required.
���������������������������������������������
���
DUCHESS PASSER
COMFORTABLE  DAY
.'
Montreal. .Time Fi1���The following bulletin wag Issued at
6:30 p.m. today: H^r , Royal
Highness, the'DucheSBOf Con-
naught, has raised a comfo-t-
able day, rurfcrs lees, nu,' thi
symptoms which gave no much
anxiety have improved materially during the laut 13
hours.
(Signed.)
tl, G. WORTHINOTON, M.D.
VAK HARROW. M.D.
W. W. CHIPMAN, M.D.
information    Bureau     in    Vancouver
Now Appears Certain���Municipalities Coming Into Line.
Tlie scheme which has been put befoie the various public bodies^of tbi
city by Messrs.. Walker'Bros. & WH>
kle. bids fair io develop into actual
being heffone very long, that is, vto
establish In Vancouver a bureau frobi
which Incoming settlers may be pie'
vlded with accurate information concerning the leaser Valley, and New
Westminster.
Already won! has been received
from municipalities of Coquitlam, Sumas and Richmond thnt they would
each send a delegate to the meeting
which is to be held here. Just as eoon
bb the scheme is properly organized
In tbe city and the lemainder ot the
municipalities In the Fraser valley
have been heard rrom. the Progress
association  will  call  this  meeting.
Ree.e Sullivan, of Surrey/ was-In
the city yesterday, and told. -Mr.
Wllkie and the secretary of the Pro-
giesslve ' association tihat the
matter would come up before the.
council on Saturday next, He expressed the opinion that Surrey would
,'ilnio'p: (C.tainly send a dclegatb. It
is understood that the 'seheme , Is
looked upon very favorably in Burnaby also, and a definite leply is ex
peeled any day now.
���*�������������������������������������
LOCAL SUFFRAGISTS
EXPRESS INDIGNATION
The following letter has been forwarded to the Right Hon. Reginald
M'Kenna, home secretary, London,
England, under '.'ate of. June 4:
Dear Sir,���I am instructed to convey to you the following resolution
rpssed at b meeting of the British
Columbia Political Equality league,
ueid at New Westminster, ,B.c, on
May 28, 1912. I have the honor to remain your obedient servant, N. B, McAdam. secietary,
"tot, the NeW Westminster branch
of the British Columbia Equality
league, hereby express our indignation and legret at the sentence re*
eently passed on tjie English suffragettes whose lives are being spent, ln
flichtlng lor political liberty for one
naif of Ihe nation."
Assaulters Jailed.
Cbarle* Smith and'.Tames    McVn-
mtra wc* eicb ^ni'.encr.l tn flfteen
days in .Ml hv Polluo Maslstrate ird
The King dined the Jockey clu'j n
T'lc'lngham palae? tonight, and .the
Duchess of Devonshire    revived    the
Derby ball at Devonshire house.
-Salmon's Sweep.
T'ie result of the Salmon sweepstake is as folio.ii: First, No. !i(353:
���ecend. No. 8175;. thi ri. No. 32407.
The winners are not yet known, but
It is reported that the second ticket
is held in Vancouver, and the third
in Nanaimo.
WARNED OF DANGER TOO
'LATE TO SAVE HIMSELF
Coroner Dr. A. L. .McQuarrie was
called to Coguitlam yesterday to conduct an inquest over the body of a
w^kman name! M. .Tournalala3, who
vas lifted th a blasting accident on
Tuesday.^ The jury brought ln a
verdict of accidental death, adding a
rider Ihat the company doins ^he
work should have a man stationed
near to warn the workmen of ��� the
danrer when blasting operations are
carried out.
According to the testimony given at
the iucjuest. Journalgias was unable
to get to a place of safety in time to
escape an avalanche' of rocks blown
nn by the Wast. He had boen warned,
however. The body, w^s lemoved to
Vancouver last evening.
OAT   CHICKEN   SNEEZE
Indians Play darkies' Game���Result
Durance Vile.
In the ar est on Tuesday evening
Of lsaa;,Mack and Moses Charlie,
two Indians, the police belleve-'they
have:the. men who have been responsible tor the theft of chickens recently reported In i>Sout'i Westminster.
fhe two men were caught in a chicken coap to the Hindu colony. One of
the Hlftdos happened outside and noticed a light In the chicken coup. He
Investigated and fO'Ji'd Mack dresed
as a squaw. He collared him and
beld him untll the police arrived. Tho.
description furnished by the Hindu
les-ilted Jn tbe arrest later ot the
other culrrlt, and when taken before
Magistrate Fdtnonds ; esterday morning both were sentenced to thirty
days lh 3��H- Mack Js art old offen:leT
and- will have to serve his iierm, but
In too ease Of Charlie. the sentence
waa,'suspended rendln, good behavior
Citizens Committee Busy.
"Hie transportation committee a"-
rointed for the citizen pffinfa^ iwfi{
leave this noon for Vancouver~*hew
the" mehibers will interview the C.
P. R. officials legardlng a steamer t'-
iccommodate ths reople contein- Iftt-
ln<r ina^iny the o'n'in? this Bummer
Thi ����ni'erence *i*h the Bseamahl;
-*f��'lc!als is called far 2 o'clock.
Appeal Allowed..
t��ii. f"Tt of B^r^al in vtctoita Ua"
pion's yesterday mornl'r for 'assault:, rivcr?r4 "he de'lBiwi tn th��'WK*Os.o'
Growth of Westminster.
The speaker pointed out that condi
tlons were rapidly changing and that
New Westminster might soon be the
centre of the largest population. In
the past tlie city where the cathedral
was now situated had not kept pace
with Vancouver, although it had been
a thriving place before there had been
any Vancouver. The developments
that were taking place in Westminster and its neighborhood bore early
promise of a large city.
"Rev. Mr. Akehurst, of Kamloops,
said that the present parish did not
like to lose the cathedral, and many
others would hate tb tee a change
made when it had already been there
so long.
Jud��e Hole said that he had not
seen any good reason brought. forward for a change. The proposed
site wouid not be central, and it
would be among a very wealthy class.
He onote.l the Bible to show that it
was tbe lowly they ought to seek. He
did not believe iu shouldering a burden of $40,000 for the proposed purpose.
Bishop's Views.
Mr. W. J. Walker' spoke in similar
vein, and after Rev. R, R. Bartlett bad
said there was no hurrv in binding
themselves when they did not know
*hat the future would biitg forth.
Bishori de Pencier closed the debate.
He said they had always delayed too
much In the diocese.'and that his predecessors had pointed out the same
'hing. The proposition to take the
land was one that appealed to any
business man, since the land was already worth moie than when they
had secured the option. He also
pointed out that nearby the Roman
Patholics had secured ten acres and
th* Pi esbyterians three acne*.
In a previous speech ho had told
how tbe site had been selected for
its central location, not far from the
future theological school, witb a flne
view, and admirably situated for the
purpose. Ho also pointed out that
they must secure a atto for the build-
in gg of the church.
The bishop believed that tbe time
had now come to secure the true site
for tbe cathedral, and be combatted
the i.lea ihat the present one ��� was
selected for any other purpose; than
for expediency. He t<rfd how his.pra
decesaors had looked uron it. in that
tight; and that they had often .been
handicapped with things aa they were
Tl.e land in question is a whole
block of a Uttle o er threo acrea "to
be acquired fyr dloceian r'trposes."
It. was decl.'ed to purchase It by n
���'cte of 71 tin 23. pnd upon lt the Bee
:!ohm> will Nft. built.
The cu��*tt<to of moving Vie
cathedral wlO 1-e ti>���� up again td>
day.* Last night Bishop Rorer of Co
'.���nnWa. pto'ched at th* service iu
Christ thurch
The offence was committed on Tues
day when the, two men. without- any
provocation, fell upon an old Chlni-
map on Columbia fltreet heftr -ty*
Royal City hotW. They were arrested
by Chief of Police Braaahaw and De-
teo'.iv* Burrows.
f-e- ctt wfhh ^hartke. "v^rftt had
oh^ta'"' 'udrment. tor tn.60<) rti'l
tvm't.A infer th* Wor'-mep'i' Cc|npe%
rnHfV a-t. T'hder the EmpIpvet'R
LlaMHtv act a row trial we* ordered.
in Vancouver yesterday. Thsflliajt
oif judgment uader ithla hea* 1i1|280i0.
Wedding Sells. w
The marriage of Miss iWuii'ie
Keedy, daughter Of Mr. and 'Mr*. H.
C.J^oedy, to Mr. Frank Alexander
Jackioa, of th* tem Arm of John-
eton and Jackson, wilt take place at
tbs San Maitb apartments, Spokane,
on Wednesday, .Juno 12, at 8 o'clock.
The newtor'poraiion, ofVhlc.b Mr.
F. C. Trsives. manager of.the P.
Burns Co.. Ltd., is piesident, ls incorporate.I with a capitalization of
$25,000. Three lots weie purchased
for the new building at a cost of
JGOOh. The contract hoc been let to
Polrier and Poucket, who have agreed
to have the building ready for the
installation of machinery Inside , of
thirty days. It is expected that the
dairy will be in operation within two
months. Work has also commenced
on a spur from the city line to the
dairy to permit of bringing the milk
right to the door.
' While the permit issued calls, tor
only a $6000 concrete and frame
building, other permits will be t'.tSten
out later for the balance. The building will be, a story and. a. half and
the basement will be arranged especially for dairy and creamery purr
roses. The most modern machinery-
it
ed end will be installed under the
direction of Mr. George W. Knight,
who is to be the general manager of
the comrany. ' '
A large boiler ls being built by the
Vulcan Iron Worls. and the latest
style of Ice. cream fjeeze^s and churns
are already ordered! A. sixteen ton
Ice machine will be put In, and be
sides a general dair-ing and ice
creftm Rainess the companv will deal
somewhat in l"e. Everything will be
modelled aa closely ns rosslble after
tbe*Toronto.dairy nt Toronto, Ont.
which Is consldere.l the last word in
model dati ies.
Cleanliness and perfect putity will
be the mottoes of t*e new companv
To this end Mr. Knig.it is. already
traveling over the Fraser valie;- dis-
tirlet Insreclipg various dairy, farms
and making contracts for milB and
cream. Every farm doing business
with the Chrystal dairy must be able
to show a cer.'i flcate of Inspection h��
the government, both of their cows
and the barns, and the company-oSf
cials will see to It that nothing inn
the purest fresh mlJS is delivered.
rim mus win
Busvsmm
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Tug Lorne Brings Three Master Palmyra���Bonanza Sa li Carryisj
Lumber.   '
The bi; three masted schooner
Palmyra nassed up river yesterday
morning in tow of the tug Lome,
which hai brought her trom Seattle.
She berthed at the Fraaer Mills wharf
where abe will load lumber. Tbo
schooner Bonanza, of SeadUe, Captain
H. A. Frieze, leaves this morning
from the. Fraser Mills ln tow of tbe
tug Lorne. The Bonanza passed ap
stream oh, May 15. and since tben baa
been loading lOO.OOO.OCO feet of lumber for use on. the White Paaa Dawson and Yukon railroad. Tbe Lone
will tow ber to tbe gulf wbe^e sbe
is posslbleito buy, has bean order-1 will be handed over to tte Taiooch.
afterwards proceeding undo* ber own
sail for Skagway.
The Lorne was ithe subject ef manr
complimentary remarfce passed ea the-
waterfront yesterday afternoon as
she lay to prior to going ap ifvcr. She
is the largest tug on tbo ItociSe coast
today, and her crew were putting the
finishing, touches hs aii new coat of
paint Strange as tt may seem, nearly all the ocean going 'tasa ar.* nowadays equlppeJ with wirelees apparatus. This entaila a tot of expense, bnt
according to the skipper et lhe librae.
the owners are well repeat as witb
the wireless tboy can wah. in tbe gnlf
for a day at a time and still beep in
touch witji the land stations aad alao*
S. O. S. calls from vessels who
assistance.
L,
LUSCIOUS WSPLAY.
To lot the people otNgw Westminster know.that all klmft of fancy
pastry as well as plain baiting can be
3��cuied In rtowtt, Mr. Alfred Hardman.
piopiletor of the Eighth street Iwkery
at EU Eighth street, put op a big
window display ; esterday In the windows of the Bryson hardware store;
Woddlne''take's, birthday pukes, cakes
��-lth white fi'08tln-2[ and cakes wt'h
brown frosting, all weie tliere In
their rlcry, and the man or wo^an
who was abl? to pass the window
without hla m6uth watering Is surely
a dy* i optic.
The'e was also n full complement
Of French rsftiry. cookies Charlotte
rousse metises pnd various breads
and lo'ls. Mr. Pn-dman has put In*
complete O'ttftt. Ior entering, anl ia
now prepare.! *o furnish an- kind of
a-lunch of suprt*, providing the
dlsh*��, food, navery nnd in fact the
complete s*>"s|.ce. He is also considering the addition of a tea room to his
pi'Weut quarters, 40x40 feet, where
lunches and dinners may be given.
TENDERS FOB STREET
PAVING DUE JUKI 17.
The city clerk yesterday caBed tor
tenders for the paving of eew
in tho city, the tenders to be i
on June 17. Tenders Win ho i
ered dor six different 'paresoeat*. Including asphalt, concrete, bttaWhte.
hassam. bricks and wohJw btocJw
The Bti-ecta to be paved are as follows:
Sixth avenue from Fttof to FOartb
streets, Fiflh avenue from first to
Fouith streets, Thirl avenue fron*
First to Fourih atreeta, Wn* stroet
from Royal to Sixth aveotato,' SeoMsd
street from Clln.on Place to Sixth
avenue. Fourth atreet froaa Co5MihU
street to Sixth avenue.
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at 9:15 o'clock last night Communication la now ent oi, the
flre bein; beyond rontiul an*
the city ls practically wtped
out.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
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I Classified Advertising
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One cent per word for day.
BY>ur cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
tor less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices SOc per insertion.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED��� LADY TO DO PLAIN
sewing and mending at home. Box
65 News office.
NURSE WOULD LIKK COMFORT-
able room with private family.
Phone necessary. Apply B. Gill,
genera] delivery, Noith Vancouver.
WANTKD���TWO'HOYS  TO  LEARN
trade.    Walsh Saah & Door Co. (
WANTED���AX     IRONBR.       ROYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
near post office. Private family.
Address Hox 66 News office.
TO  RENT.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED
40B Agnes street.
ROOMS.
FOR   RENT���NICELY   FURNISHED
fi oni room, (i21 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED DOUHLR
and single bedroom, 1Q&0 Third
avenue.
TO RENT ��� TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, modern. Apply Mt Tenth street.
FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 4(14 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Hox 7t!f> Clty.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RKNT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
ap
WANTED���AT ONCE. A PRBSSBR,
man or woman, on ladies' and
penis' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED ��� ENGLISHWOMAN DE-
piies lost as housekeeper; thoroughly domesticated. Mrs. Davis,
216 Regina street.
WANTED-A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. Wi G. MacQuarrle, 19
Albert Crescent.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND UOARD-
era.   .Iti Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE HOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
A WAITRESS.    M>VL.\
cafe,    opposite C, P. it
���W VNTEII -
Bohemian
depot. 	
MONEY-TO   LOAN   ON    RBSIDKN-
Oal proierty; lowest current rate,
payable in live years with privilege
���of repayment in three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co., Ltd., 621 Columbia stieet.
FOUND.
FOUND���ONE BLACK PIG, ABOUT
nine months old. Owner .can have
same by defraying expenses. Apply
G. Grady, poundkeeper, Blnioncls.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street.
Phone 669
FOR SALE
JFOR SALE-CHEAP FOR IM.MEDI
ate sale, t>ix roomed house, block
from city car. A. L. N., New Westminster.
*X��R   SALE-
nioet new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,   AL
40$ Fifth street.
PRETTY five roomed bungalow with
Cull sized basement; piped for
furnace; panelled tlining 100m;
bath, toilet, etc.; and situated In
desirable locality in t'ie west end,
fcr sale nt only $2700; ?HO0 cash,
tnd the balance in 6, 12 anil 1?
mouths. Enquire about this at
o:i.c.   It will be sold in a few days.
TWO LARGE SIZED LOTS cn Hamilton street close io Sixth street car-
line, 100x150 and all cleared. I'rice
$2300.   Good terms.    No. 10.
LARGE LOT DIM FIFTH CTREET,
all cleared and on the widest street
in the city. Price only $1600, one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.   No. 324.
ON FOURTH STREET-? Cood lot in
tlrst-class locality, all eleated ana
in grass; size 62x160. Price $141)0,
one-third cash, balance fi, 12 and 18
months.    No. 228.
ON HILL STSEET���Two large sized
lots. Price $675 each, one-quarter
cash, <;, 12 and 18 months.   No. 355.
JFOR SALE���CHEAP, IN  GOOD    OR- I ON   HIGH   SIDE   OF TORONTO 8T
. der, a Jour burner  sas plate, with I     Three lot* all cleared.    Price $800.
oven complete.    Apply    210    Agnes 1     one-quarter    cash,  fi,   12    anl    1!
street, city. months.   No. 200.
tWOH SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1,00 down.
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
Saving the following streets:
Sixth Avenue, from First to Fourth
flkHsJl,
Fifth Avenue, from First to Fourth
.Streeta
FOui-tb Avenue, from First to
tOourth Streets.
Third Avenue, from First to Fourth
.Streeta.
First Stwet, from Royal to Sixth
.Avenues.
Second Street, from Clinton Place
ro Sixlli Avenue.
Fourth Street, from Columbia
Stieet to Sixth Avenue.
Tenders will be leceived for the
(following types of pavement:
Asphaltic Concrete.
RiUilithlc.
liaesam.
Vitrified Hricks.
Wood Blocks (creosoted).
Contractors    lor   pavements   must
also lay the necessary Concrete Si:lo-
-walks. Lateral    storm    Sewers   and
(���other works contingent thereto.
Plans and specifications can be ob-
tttfnei riom J. W. H. Blackman, City
TCngincer, upon depositing u cheque
value $25.00,
Thc lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be deposited by 6
o'clock, with the undersigned, on the
J 7th of June, 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City ( lei!:.
��� 'T3ty Lall, June 5, 1012.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
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, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
.NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
""Distnct of New Westminster.
Take notice that I, Thomas Ralph
TNicfceon, of Vancouver, occupation
contractor, inten.1 t�� apply for per-
mission to lease the following de-
ascribed lands for 21 years.
Commencing at a post plante I at
���the southwest corner of District Lot
13K4, thence north to the northwest
-corner of D. L. 13-4, thence 4(1 chains
west along the north boundaries of
f). I*. 138.1 and 1382, thence south
.Uon* tho west boundary of {)���**,. 1382
to thp BhnrS line on thc Gulf of
Ooorria *t the Southwest corner of
D. L. 1382, thence along shore lino tn
i n'-nt of commencement containing
350 teres more or less.
The lease is required for nuarry
rwrroees and to take gravel therefrom.
tSJ��nrd\���
"��>-  ' Ti nickson, Agent.
Ittate April 4, 1912.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
SEE   our  Subdivision   Advertisement
TWO HOUSES TO RENT ���Both
handy to car line, one $25 per
month, the other $14 per month.
RURAL SNAP���20 acres near Hazle
there; s acres eleated; small house
and barn; all level, pood soil. Onlv
$25on; $s(io cash,
Oier two ; cuts at
balance   spread
7 per i * nt.
QUEENSBOROUGH HOME ��� Two
storey house, cl uht rooms; lot all
cleared and ready for garden.
(2700;  terms to ar.ange.
LOW PRICED HOME���Neat little
home, suitable for small family:
handy to car line: lot 50x132. all
planted In strawberries and small
fruits; shed at rear on lane. $2000;
$500 cash.
ON COLUMBIA STTEET ��� Eight
roomed house and lot, 66x132.
$2760; one-quarter cash, balance 6
12 anl IS montha.
WEST END BUY ��� Four roomec
house, pa:tly furnished, with base
ment; lot, 47x132, a'l cleaml
$2100;  one-thlnl cash.    Terms.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block,  Now  Westminster,  B.C.
TIME'S REVENGES.
Men Who Were Martyrs To-day and
Heroes To-morrow.
Tliere lias seldom been a better cii-e
of Time's revenue than the one witnessed in Westminster Abbey the "ther day, when a lovely stained glass
window, represent'ng scene* nl liun-
ya..'s "I'ilurim' Proa-ress," was unveiled by tii' dean. Ther.i wns a time
when Bunyatl was a proscribed man
and his Allegory a despised lmnlc, the
production of a Nonconformist ex-
tinker. It wns written in Bedford
.Tail, where Bunyatl was Indued fof
refusimr to obey the law which forbade him to preach. Hc and his immortal work are to-day not only the
special glory and boast of the Baptist
Church to which he belonged, but tiie
pride of every church which calls
itself Christian and can also recognize
good literature.
Within a stone's throw of the place
where this interesting event took
place stands a statue which represents another case of Time's revenge.
This is the statue of Oliver Cromwell,
which stands in the moat-like Lfillow
beside old Westminster Hall. When
the Restoration of the Stuarts took
place the Protector's body was taken
out of its resting-place in the Abbey
and liis head severed and stuek upon
n pike at the door of thn'. same Westminster Hull that all might make
mock at it. Yet it is net the statue
of the King which now adorns this
site, but the monument of hU conqueror.
At Gloucester there is a beautiful
monument to liishop Hooker, which
stands to-dny upon the spot where he
was burned to death for llis adherence to liis religious opinions in the
reign of Mary I. Another such monument is the Martyrs' Memorial in
front of Balliol College, Oxford, where
Ridley and Latimer were burned at
the stake.
As the visitor to London proceeds
from the Parliament Houses Up
Whitehall he passes the Banqueting
Hall of tho palace which gives the
thoroughfare its name. From one of
the windows facing the road Charle*
I. stepped upon the scaffold on wllich
lie lost hia head. Yet a few score
yards higher uo the road stands a
statue of the Martyr King, as he i-
sometimes called, which many go > 1
judges consider, the finest statue in
the  Metropolis.
Bunyan's window in the Abbey has
for neighbor another similar instance
of time's revenge. Just round the
corner, in the nave, ia a beautiful
monument to 3ohn and Charles Wesley, both of whom would, in tlieir lifetime, have been prevented frcm
preaching within those hoary walls.
It is seldom, too, that a Sunday p<i*~e-
without one nr more of Charles Wesley's hymns being inclu led on the
hymn sheets distributed to visitors.
Probably every native of n big town
in Kngland or Scotland could quote
cares in which the townspeople have
hooted and persecuted an 1 halt-killed
some poor fellow, whilst their descen
dants have seen fit to adorn the prill
cipal square or the public park with
his statue. One such case occurs at '
Bolton, where the statue of Samuel
Crompton i�� seated in utone in the
principal thorounntare.    Yet it in only I
about a hundred years ngo th~t this I
ms'i whom his fellow-citizens delight
to honor was chased through* the same
streets by a murderous mob. whieh,
failing to take his life, smashed hi*
machines to atoms���machines wbicli
.iave brought millions and million!
into the national excheouer.
Stance. Detroit's Husty Backstop
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NOTICE!
A general meeting of the New
Westminster Progressive Association
has been called for 8 O'clock on tho
night of Friday, June 7, in, the Council Chamber, City Hall. A constitution will be adopted and the executive committee will submit a report
embodying ita recommendations. All
members and those Interested in the
development of tills city and the
Fraser Valley are Invited to attend.
K.'MYERS,
Secretary.
June 1, 1012.
CORPORATION   OF  BURNABY.
Notice.
The Statutory Meeting of the
Board of License Commlsslonei s,
will be heid at the Municipal Hall,
on Wednesday, June 12, 1912, at 10
ii i.(,..,, ,i, Cuts lo.enoon.
ARTHUR O.  MOORE,
Clerk to the Commissioners.
Edmonds, B.C., June 1, 1912.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
T)ETROIT experts claim tnat Oscar Stanage of the Tigers Is the fastest and
best throwing catcher in the American league.   They declare thai If he were
a little more fiery he would be the greatest in the business.
Return Ball Kepi Flaherty In Baseball
"PAT FLAHERTY'S return ball."
x says Heinle Peltz. "kept him In
fast company a long time after he had
nothing elss. He'd shoot one over and
If you missed It th�� catcher would fairly bullet the ball back to Pat, who
would Instantly send It across before
you regained your balance from the
pn vIoub swing.
"One time Pat threw one to John
Kling. John Bpun 'round like a top.
and Pat Immediately fired In his return
balL Kling was still revolving, and,
coming around for the fourth time, his
bat met the ball and belted It Into tbe
deep fleld for three bases. That blow
almost broke Pat's heart and really
caused him to think about retiring."
Mr. O. H. Rathburn Is not employed
by the t'nderwrfters Dominion Match
Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.,
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
ISigned)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Match Co.,  Ltd.
TB.VD12BS l'oit HlfiH SCHOOL.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Ten-
der for 11 igh .School" und addressed to
L. .Avory White, lisq., Secretary New
Westminster School Board, will bu
received up to 6 p. m. of Wednesday,
12th of Juno, 1 ill2, for the erection
and completion of a three-story brick
uotl sidim Henool, to be erected on
Tipperary, Hoyal avenue, New Westminster.
Separate tenders will be received
for electric lighting and heating and
ventilating.
Plans und specifications ean bo '
obtained on application to the undersigned on receipt of a deposit of $10
w.ilch will be refunded on the return
of plans. Each tender must bo accompanied by an accepted bank
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank ln Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
Westminster School Hoard, for a sum
equal to five (5) per cent, of his tender, which shall be forfeited if their
party tendering decline to enter Into
contract when called upon to do so.
The cheques or certlflcates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the signing of
the contract.
The lowest or uny tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER & MERCER.
Architects to the School Trustees,
New  Westminster,   B.C.
Tumin; ths Tables.
Many are the good stories told nf
interviews wllich took place between
chancellors and elergvmen suitui for
preferment. A clerical applicant who
wa* sustained hy Queen Charlotte's
personal favor and intercession with
Thurlow felt so sure of obtaining the
valuable living which was tiie object
of his ambition that he regarded his
interview witli the chancellor as a
purely formal affair.
"I have, sir," observed Lord Thurlow, "received a letter from the curate
of the parish to which it is my intention to prefer you, and otl inquiry
I find him to be a very worthy man.
The father of a large family, and a
priest who has labored zealously in
the parish for many years, he ha��
written to me���not asking for the living, but modestly entreating me to
ask tlie new rector to retain him as
a curate. Now, sir, you would oblige
me by promising to employ the poor
man  in that capacity."
"My lord." replied Queen Char-
lotte'* protege, "it would gi e m�� ;:ic��t
pleasuie to oblige your lordship m
iliis matter, but. unfortuna'ely. I oav.��
arranged to take a personal frier.d
ior   my  curate."
His eyes Hashing angrily, Thurlow
answered:
"Sir, I cannot force you to laid
this worthy man fnr your curat'- h l
I can make him the rector, a. d hi
sliall have the living, and lie ,n a
position  to offer you the curacy."
And forthwith, to tlie apphciirl'-
inexpressible surprise and eha'iiui,
tlie chancellor'* words were cai nud
out.
F>AV QXSH, it WILL PAY YOU
URSDAY
CIALS
A very few large cam of Salmon, Regular 2Cc sellers,
on sale at - . -      2 for 25c
Rolls cf Nc. 1 Toilet Psper. retail at 3 for 25c, Special
T��day, - - . 5 for 25c
White-Cottel's Vinegar, leguiar 25c, Today, bottle 20c
A real live bargain, regular 50c bottles of Maple Syrup
on sale Today at, each - - 45c
Olympia Pancake Flour, regular 35c, Today      -���    30c
Try some No. 1 Bacon, worth 25c per lb., Today - 17c
O'.rVeatherlight Baking Powder,  unexcelled,  sells at
2oc per tm, Today, each - . 20c
2 ] (zan Oranges for - . 25c
Fresh Gooseberries, Strawberries, Cherries and all
Vegetables Daily.
The   Lesf   Butterfly.
For protection from its enemic*���
such as birds, snakes, lizards, etc.���
this butterfly, which is to be foil lit]
in Assam, India, imitates exactly,
both in formation and coloring, the
leaves of the tree it inhabits. V In n
its wings are ex-tended, this huttcrlh
measures about 4 inches from tip i *
tip, and is of a most brilliant li.ue
color. It affords a striking exiuir��� '.*���
of the wonderful powers given to the.-e
small insects for their own preservation.
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Chilli Con Carne, Libby's,
Tomalis, Libby's, per can
H inz Dills, per dozen
H 3:nz Sweet Mixed, pint
3 pounds No. 1 Butter
per can
20c
20c
25c
20c
$1.00
Telephone 295.
P. O. Box 777.
Donkjy and Ze'ira Tio.
A curiosity, which may be seen nl
the London Zoological Gardens, is n
cross-bred animal, its sire being ��
Sc'tniiJiland wild iss and its dam a
beautifully marked zebra. iRie stripe
do not extend higher th-:i the le;;-.
wliile tiio markings on its hack an I
shoulders form the cross so notice
able in every member of the ass trib".
Thu animal nuikes a noise whicb
pounds like tho lice-haw uf an ordii.-
ui v doukev.
The Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS.
CASH GROCERS
33 8th Street      "THE WHITE FROM"
P. K. mucins.
Phone 2
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
WIFE-MADE CAREERS
CL-VER     WOMEN     WHO     HAVE
HELPED THEIR  HUSJANDS.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRES
Disfaeli, Gl..'stone and Salisbury
Owed a Great Deal to Their Better
Halves, Who Carried the Petty
Burdens That Would Have Wreck-
.od the Busy Statesmen���The Poll-
tical Hostess.
Jt w��s Lord Reaconsfield who once
said. "Given uvertifre ability the
young politicinn who marries a clever
*>''a i.s Innnd to come to the front"-
nni!tS.Undy $&��� VV03 of Prominent
pohtrrfana of the last half eenturv
v ' the fnct thnt not a few
i  their  success
ow-
them
npnopru
When
in
of
.    ,, -  u great
lo llie help of tlei.  wive*
JW V  wife died', in  1��72.
he referred  to  her   ns    "(In-    perfect
llv c? r'i;"    Alr-    0,"<^'��"!    and
iMtti Salisl.ury. however, she did not
"LI V**   interest   in   practical
politics;    ,ut   rac|,    of   tnps,.    ,���,,,
proved themwlvM ideal political
hostesses and helpmates of the met)
the* had married. Thei- great aim
was to s'ive their husbands anything
in the ��banp of distrneting w'orrie-
and seldom did "filMyV or Mr Glad-
sialic po to St. Stephen's un-ioo-m;.
pan led hf thn.- wives, who attended
to thn- ercnture comfort
would n child.
Ther
ts as a mother
I* no doubt that the political
Hostess rules vs-rv largely  '
nnd, indirect'
. in politic: .
Kins /far more elec.
tions than the female nrntor who
Sf"ks to sway, (he voter* from the
Platfo^,. Ladies like Mrs. Asquith
Lady I.-m-downe. Lady Londonderry!
Mr--. Lyttleton, tin Duch��ss of Alio*
corn, the Ouelvss of ^uecleueli, Lady
Crewe, and the Countffi of Alw-rd"eii
by wotkl"�� quietly for   the   further
anee of tlie parti
attached in 'salon
gUpflt work in ;��,]
perform many soc
i to which they arj
and    boudoir,   do
tics.    Thcs��  ludie-
il duti s incidental
to an election. They know full
tli" vnhi - of negbctim; none of linen.Is upon the; time and uttention
|>y local affair-. Concrls. dance*.
l>:7.a:irs, tlte*. and s;>orts gathering*
tin 1 in thr?) rnd* patron- ard -uo-
prlor*. while they take the keen-'.!
J'jt'rest in such organizptioiw a* thp
Frimrw* pnuii and tb" Women's
A.'itioral   Libi-r--;   Association.
Leading poliM-nl ho-te-'��i>* also
liave lh' responsible duty of forther-
in,. th- interest! of their hdnbund*
Bn 1 parti"< by cyt -r.din'i ti the priri-
Ci)'i! mrml.T- i.f th" lntter cordial
ho-pit'ility _ The political receptions
ond    en* rtl!nhl"nll     held    at    Laos-
down" House; fnr (nstanc?. <*r* unequalled   in   r.;rarl   to   nia'jrnificaive
mid brilliance, und  to s 'fur" ao  in
r;t;iti ��tl   ' '  nrie of  tli.-m  i< an   honor
much e"v led by younc   politician*,
1 ' 'ii B'lMin, t'i.' position of Ladv
Cr w ��� n- n ;.r.*;T">"il hrstesi may I. ���
(rathprcd from th1? fact that -'.me'time
na*. she held ii r""c*-)tl��,n ��t Winilwr i ���
TI.   ���!-'���    .,1    IrlmlP of    till'    (iliV'T"!)!    ni
I.'i lv r-vuV who Is the youngwt
daughter of f,ord Ro*e1>Jry, is an ���*��-
c ������ din-Iy elever. tactful., and witty
W'-man. and bs I .���"oved nf lhe ureal-
r-t service to In r husband in political
Vii rk.
There las Irr-. a tendency hraonj
1' . yonilger politi-'nl hostess.'S of lntt
year* to aid as-i-t their re-p-ctive
parties liy appearing on th- puhlit
platform. And at tim"s we find Mrs
A'i<ten Chamberlain, Mrs. RuncinitrM.
Mis. McK nn". Mr-. Wins'on Church
ill. Mrs. K. K. Smith. Mrs. Lloyd.
George, and PV-n Mis* Violet Asquith
mnkinu speeches on burning political
quMion- of the day.
The wife of the Chancellor of the
Exeliequcr is s very clever and proficient speaker. She sneaks without
the aM of notes, has perfect ��elf-
posses.-ion. en*', is gifted with a clear
musical voice. When addressing
"Welsh audiences she charms Iur
henrr-.s by *;>��� aking in Welsh.
It is not oiten. of course, that th"
wif" of s oolitieian wins an election
"off hr own bat," so to sneak, in
the manner that Mrs. Alfred Lyttl'-
ton it" when her husbnnd. who was
candidate for Speaker Pe:l's old s-nt.
Warwick and Leamington, in 1003. fell
111; but there are not many wiv"�� of
politicians who possess that gra*;> of
politics, energy, and brilliancy of
speech which characterize Mrs. Lyttleton. She addressed public meetings in speeches which wrr> gems in
lh.. way of conciseness and freshness,
snd was generally one too many for
the heckler. "Go home to your obi
man; we don't want any petticoats
here I" shouted a grey-bearded
]y man at one of the meetings
ns a flash eame the retort:
manners ��e,.ni to be sta premium
amongst th" greybeards."
Then there was Mrs. Seeiy,
secured her husband's return as re-
pie-entative for the Isle of Wight at
ii time when he was serving ir. Smith
Africa.    "My husbanl   has   gone   to
fitjht  for y   so you must vet.- fur
him." she t Id the elector-, and thel
did to sueh good nurnose Ihat Col
Pee'.y  fo'jnd   himseif   at   the Jo.1   of
tl,Ai,r'11' ���        ,       Vm      ,i
It   is   interesting   to   not:, by   tlte
way that over u centu#r ago titled
dames wer- fighting and winninu
elections for their male friends ani
relatives. There was the beautiful
Duchess ef Devonshire, who is rt
ported to lmve won with kiss
O.vrt Garden porter* for
lilizaUiii Ducli��ss
Intnl. the Duchc-g of Portland, the
Countess of Ibrby and Benuchamp.
��nl tho I.ndl'M Waldegrave. all of
whom revelled in electioi fights.
And 'no nw't   not forget to men-
tiw.i      Mr".     Cornwiillis-Wegt.  , th"
nn.tler uf   Mr.    Win.��tbn   Churchill,
who ]**.* aiv.iiyslieen a keen political
'woikx-.    lt wns when she wns light-
i |n*j for le'  husband,   the   late   lrtird
K'indolpil   ���,'liurchill. . ami   Mr.  Bur-
, d��tt-CuU.- " in  Westminster,   In   IW5,
tilkt ��ie ��fi'.i lo a doubtful voter: "I
hope you   >vi!l  vote for the Constitutional'chut Mid  support lh" Quen
I aud t!���*- (3o'l��*rvutivo party." "Well."
r��jlii,��l "'.*��� m��.n. "if I could get what
' tlw Duflh"*" <i Devonshire once gave
��� f.>r s
1 "Thar.
lUr.dvlj.li   doiouiely.     "I   will   tell
;dder-
. Quick
"Good
who
llie
jrter*    ior    Fox.
of   Nnrthumher-
A ROMANCE OF TRADE.
Ths 8tart and Rise of the Famous
Krupp Gun Works.
j The famous cannon foundry ot
Krupp. at IOskpd. was established iu
1811 by Frederick Krupp. who abandoned a successful grocery husiness at
the Instigation of two brothers named
Von Kccbel in order to devote himself
to tbe manufacture of east steel.
Tbe process was then unknown In
Germany, and the article Itself went
uuder tbe name of "English steel" he-
cause it was imported from Kngland.
Krupp bad mouey. and the Keehels had
or pretended to have technical knowledge. The firm started its operations
In an old wuter power mill ut Altenes-
sen, Tbe experiments of the Vou
Kecbels pere unsuccessful. Kor nearly
two years tbey did (belr best, but all
their efforts to produce "English steel"
failed. In tbe end Krupp decided to
get rid of them ufter having spent one-
half of his fortune lo experiments aud
took over tbe management of tbe work
himself.
Kor a long time he bad no luck, nnd
It was only ufter sume years of disappointment and labor that a satisfactory
metal was produced. It wns under bis
son Alfred thut the business llrst really began to flourish. Its exhibit ut Ibe
I.nudon exposition of lSTit revealed lo
tbe world that a little known Herman
tirm was producing Iron und steel that
could not be bettered by lh" Industry
of any otber country. Orders from tbe
I'russluu government followed, und
tbe name und fortune of the dim were
uiude.���Philadelphia Inquirer.
Blooms   Under   Swiss   Snow.
The soldanellas of the high Alpine
meadows of Switzerland bore their
way up through the coating of ice
and snow by means of heat generated
by the growing stem. Quite commonly, if the layer of snow is very thick,
the flower will open without ever
reaching the surface at all. Tlie bios-
som i.s in no way affected by its
strange surroundings. Tlie spiice
round "the stem is, of course, thawed
by the growing stem, which irives out
heat.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESUMITED
"We  Furnish  Your  Home Complete.'
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
A Mild Argument.
They were having an argument in
the station while waiting for a train.
"Hubby, do you love me as much
as you did when we were first married?"
"Of course I do."
"Seems to me you don't tell me
ro as often as you did."
"Yes I do. Seems to nie you're
harder to convince."
rr    '.   mir   fiiif.'Ts-.
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As  to   Eating.
It is a good plan not to eat when
you are hurried.
When you are troubled.
When you have no appetite.
When you are laboring under any
strain of mind.
When you cannot lay aside every
care and give yourself up to leisure
by enjoyment of the meal.
Built In Blood.
The wlnler paluce of lhe czars was
built In blood. Almost every stone of
Ihe walls und every square yard of tbe
plaster lining them cost u life. Nicholas had given the order ihat the pal-
mcp must be rebuilt In a year, and
what was human life against the despot's will? Klx thousand men were
kept at work day and night, with the
palace heated ut 30 R. to dry the walls
rapidly, wblle lhe tempera.ore outside
was often 30 degrees below zero It.
The men could only work with Ice
packs oh their heads, and. experiencing a daily change of till degrees, they
died by Hie score every day. Ry the
cud fit Ihe year the deulh roll was
some thousands, but tbe'paluce wus
linlsbed.
Probably So.        '
"What do you suppose is tlie real
story of Danae's being killed by Jupiter with a shower of gold?"
"Oh, I suppose some husband in
those days .suddenly showed bis wife
enough real money to get a decent
spring outfit and the shock brought
on heart failure."
One   of   the   Fallacies.
Clerk���As I am about to get married, I came to ask if you would not
give me an increase of salary.
Employer���My dear sir, that is not
necessary. You know, a young man
always saves money  by marrying.
Wool  Grease.
Wool grease is obtained by shaking
the raw wool in water and washing
with soap and carbonates of ulkuiies.
Toe *(izl��t is an, posstfl  '"to a con-
in Furnishing a "J8JNE
BRIDE'S" Bungalow or
Cottage as we do the
Finest Mansion
.^iVit'y,
i <��?-~*iy i':
m
"GOOD SERVICE" is the main idea with
LEES LIMITED
FIVE (5) Great Floors Stacked
with Choice Furnishings, Furniture, Carpets and  Fine Draperies
that wMI prove a delight to the June Bride.    Choice Gifts as well'
aa sensible ones for the sweet Girl Graduate.
and
Show
Cards
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Signs
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Our Electrical Department
Th.'rd Street Boulevard.
Schedule showing the ical praner';i   lip mediately heneatod and the pro
lo.tlun   In   w:;l.-h   the   assessment  Ii made cn i cr foot fionlage.
Offers a wide range of desirable "Gifts"
date "Bride" will  welcome with joy
for the home and the up-to-
Electric Cooking and Heating
Apparatus
that help to lighten hou:?keeiino.
"WE   FURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE"
Have you
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Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
CORPORATION     OF       BURNABY-
WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WARNING.
Tbe bridge on the River road near
the boundary Road is unsafe for passenger traffic, and persons using it
are hereby notified to go slowly, and
observe caution -in crossing.
All patties using this bridge do sp
at their own risk.
By order,
FRED L. MACPHERSON,
Municipal Etaglneer.
NOTICE.
Notice to Water Consumers.
On'Wednesday, Thursday anl Friday of the  present  week  the water
will  be turned off from 1  p.m.  to 5
p.m. In the district  lying north    of
Sixth avenue and    west    of Twelft.'.
stitet.  Including Twelfth  street.
A. S. WOOTTON,
Water Superintendent.
SINGING TEACHER.
WanteJ���Teacher for singing in tft��r
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary required to reach tbe secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY WHfTE,
Secretary  Board of School  Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
FREE ROOMS
At 353 Hospital Street, near car line,
for laborers while clearing lota In the
city���May labor or contract. Apply
above address.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED i*}   ''"
Vil
Davies* Cafe
Serve the best coKee and new laid
eggs for breakfast.   Lunches put up.
Corner Cd-imbla  and  Eighth  etreet.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
841 Front 8treet.     Near City Market
122.0O|v.J7.'J0
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Notice ls hetehv given tftstthe Corporatioa of the City or New Westminster Irtends to rafB a Local l^r>ovement Asressment By-law assessing fie-properties ln tin schedule at ove mentioned lh�� sums ot money set
opfbslte earh 'ot for one year, and r Court "of Revision for t'.e ttal of
conn lilnts and nmeals against the Assessment so pio-o?ed to bo raaJ* "ill
he held on Mondav. tha 17th dav of June, 1!"?, commencing at 10 o'clock
In tbe roienoon, n.; the Cminctl.Chimber, in the City Bail. Kew Weatm'n
Rter British Coliimbli, and anv notice of appeal from such i itendel assessment must he sened won the Clerk of   tie   Munlcl;al   Council   at  least
vv!*," I lliinit 1 Could prrimUe." eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
^.k v.iu   -.������ ry much," ��aid Ludy.j '. -'    W*
lUMkij'ii   (len.'m'ij
| i.udy  liurdrtt-Cu'.ls.
City Hall, 23rd May, 1912.
Date of flrst publication 24th May, 1012.
A. QUNTAN, City Clerk.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
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iii MOB rOTJE.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
DAILY NEWS
f FoMfelied every morning except
Sj? ���Ufa T'^ National Priming and
Pwrtfctffcag Co., Ltd., at their office,
<*  McKenzie Street,  New   Westmin-
***r. a c
UOBEHT H. BEST, Manager.
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By mail $;; per   year,   or   25c   per
���month.
Westminster Weekly News ft  per
>year.
FAMOUS COLORS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6*  1912.
UNitED SERVICE 6LUB.
The fiitte! Service Club of New
West minster'fa now an established institution. True it has not yet entered its i]uartcrs, but these are being
prepaicd tnd very shortly a merry
liouscwfcrrains is to take place.
That the club lias been brought to
a eucccsaful IjcfiiiniiiK is a matter upon which lio^h its oripina'ors antl the
whole city and district may congratu*
late themselves. Its avowed objects
are for mutual help and social intercourse, hut beyond this, if we lead
the spirit of ita members aright, it is
destined to play no little part in the
advancement of ail that goes towards
the worsting out of the destinies of
that. Greater Westminster of our aims.
Tlie very existence of the club is food
for much tttaiuglit.
Looking at Canada as a whole, her
people are at the present time goin?
through a process of what may lie
termed aninlea.mai.ion. As within ti ���
confines of oiir great neighbor so we
too have all scrts and conditions of
men of i.vuy races within on:- gates,
from whom fh*> true genus "Canadian" v.ill m cinie t.i come trace tts
spring. Y':.c:e can be no. doubt thai
it is the aim of all to havo that same
Canadian s'.and as tte highest tyr.e
of the v.hite race of the f.it.ir:>.
If the blending of tho iacrs is ito
result in ilio achievement of this aim,
H ia imperative th:ir the host characteristics of esch component uue he
incorporated in the fnt iro Canadian,
while he foi'ilej he dropped. Towards this end then, any step taken
for the bettering cf understanding
between the peoples born outside the
Dominion uud those whoso birthplace
it is, is to he welcomed. The large
majoifcy of Canada's inhabitants today are of Britisli descent or of Hritish parentage, and it need scarcely
be said (Hat Canada is British.
It is trie that the members of the
United  Service Club aie exclusively
of this larpe majority.   The.- are children of til the vailed families of ;he
Britain*.-'hero, in  llie Homeland, or
oversea,    h'ven among that  major!tv
there is room for better understanding, for   combination    of   aims    and
ideals.
The   future
t'nbed Serrice       ^	
alonii; the linos indicated. For it thera
sure many other spheres of .usefulness,
vatfX as an trustitirtion lvelrlng its memhers, and assisting In all that is for
the cood of Westminster and Canada,
we welcome tt�� establishment in ::hU
city. 	
Mow They Were Almost Lrst to Win.
Chester Cathedral Not Long Ago.
On the wall of tiio north side ol the
���nave of Winchester Cathedra! ham;
the old colors (;[ tin 1st Kiiropean
Bengal Fusiliers, now tlie Ut Battalion Koyal Munster Kusili'rs, but lew
people know that they were almost
lost to the cathedral recently. Some
twelve months ajjo application was
made to the dean and Chapter by
those interested in the regiment today for the colors to lie returned to.
the reu'iment with tho object of laying them up in the India Office, and
.the application jvns acceded tq. In
Winchester and 'neighborhood reside
several officers who have served with
the Ministers, and wlio had more than
a sentimental interest in the threadbare banners. Finding tlie colors had
disappeared they instituted inquiries,
learnt wliat ligs been stated above,
and immediately an effort was made
for their return. After a great many
difficulties had been overcome the colors were recently restored to their
original place. Beneath the flags is
a memorial brass, whicli reads:
Tn the perpetual memory of the
following officers of the lst Kuropean
Bengal Fusiliers, now lst Battalion
the Royal Munster Fusiliers, who
served in action under these colors.
The list of names is then given,
and it will be seen that had the colors
not been restored the tablet would
have been meaningless, (ireat satisfaction has heen expressed in military
circles in Winchester and hy old officers of the regiment at the success
which attended tlie efforts of Major
Munro and others to get the colors
Tcinstated.
it may be wondered why the colors
of an Irish���or even an Indian���regiment repose iu Winchester Cathedral.
The   regiment   was   originally   raised
hy   the    Fast   India    Company,  and
fpught through the Mutiny as the 1st
Europeon  Bengal  Fusiliers.      Major
Salusbttr '.   whose   name   is   recorded
on tho tablet, was ono of those  wlio
bore the colon through the engage*
ments in which the regitnetiLs fought.
He   was   shot   down,   mid   his   blood
stained the eo|< rs.   Ho recovered and
livel to hour tlr'tn to their ln-t  rest*
ii!-.:   place.     When   tlie   regiment  u��i
drafted  home  and  was renamed  tha
Royal   Munster  Fusiliers  it  was  stationed at Aldershot.   New cob rs having lieen obtained the question  of a
sepulchre  f"r  lhe -old  ones  w.-is  raised, and it was deemed a suitable suggestion to ask the lute Dean Garnier
to  allow  them  to  be  laid  up  ill  the
cathedral of the diocese in wliich thu
regiment  was  then  stationed.    Tliey
were taken to Winchester with, r, great
deal of pomp, and placed ill position
over  a  marble  tablet,  recording  ths
names of a number of officers who had
died in action, near thc smith transept.   Curiously enough some time afterwards  it  was discovered  that  nut
one of the officers whose names wefil
on the tablet ever, served under these
particular   banners,   with   tho   re-u t
that they were removed to their jjpres.
ent position,  and  the  tablet  beneath
them  was affixed to the wall.    Lately
a number of other  names have  been
,.<���;     .. ���       ���      i added,   and   it   is   believed   that   the I
ill   show   what    the) only surviving- officer who served un. J
Club    mav    achieve [der the flags is Col. Mowbray Thump-
son, who had a somewhat remarkabla
escape from Cawnpore alter the massacre.
QUEER PLATFORMS.
Speeches   Delivered   In   Cnebnd   tfn-
der   Unusual   Conditions.
Arc officer of the Salvation Armv ]
hns recently preached a sermon from
the interior of his own coffin. It waA
brought on the platform, and the
.ealous captain forthwith entered it
In that remarkable position he delivered an address on the uncertainty
of fife to a huge congregation.
At Elam is an immense rock-, from
the pinnacle of which a sermon' was
regularly preached by a traveling
evangelist to thousands of persons
who assembled on the ground, nearly
125 feet below. The late Lord Rus- I
self once delivered'a speech in defence of a prisoner from the-,.outside Jj
of a stage coach, and the case was
then and there adjudicated1 upon.
From the top of a load of hay^the
late Sir Frank Lockwood addressed a
political gathering. He was assisting
in a contest in Mid-Devon which happened to fall in the busiest days of
hay harvesting. A meeting arranged
to be held in the village school was
poorly attended, and, witli his usual
resourcefulness, the genial counsel
suggested an adjournment to the
fields. A better audience was then
secured. Hundreds of audiences have
been addressed from railway trucks;
hut the late Dr. Patrick once had
the unique experience of preaching a
sermon from the footplate of afn engine. Nearly two thousand men were |
.gathered around him, and he has been ,
heafti to say that that was the most
Interesting episode of his life.
From the car of a captive balloon, !
several  feet in the iyr, the late Rev. i
Herbert   Walshaw   preached   on   two '
occasions.    Tho  balloons  were  being
used   to   advertise   a   famous   patent ,
medicine, and the reverend gentleman :
thought it would   be n good   idea to
utilize   them   on   the   following   Sun- t
day for open-air services.   According- !
ly,   instead   of   using   the   beautiful
chapel   in   the   district,   tho   morning
and eveniii!; services were held in the
broad   field,   and   the   car   was   the ;
preacher's pulpit.
Sir  Kdwafd   Clarke,   when   he   first
contested   an   election   at    Plymouth, I
delivered  an  address  from  a  pile of
crab-pots.   The meeting waa held nu
the   fish   wharves   immediately   after i
the fishing fleet left port, and on tha I
spur   of  the   moment   n   pU'.form   of
these curious  wicker "pots"  was  improvised.    On   another   occasion   he
spoke t> an immense crowd from tho
1<1; of a lifeboat.    A  platform composed of fireworks was used  once hy
the late Mr. Gladstone.    A  beautiful
display had beon arranged in his honor, and in the midst of a line set piece
was formed a unique rostrum, which,
when the whole was lit, stood out like j
a construction of lire.
Mr. Chamberlain has stood in the
car of a steam-crane to address au
immense throng of quarrytnen. N'i
other platform or structure was handy,
so the happy idea was conveived of
raising the car a little distance lrom
the ground, and thus forming a" ex- I
cellent vantage-ground for the eiiiin- |
���ent  statesman.
A curious pulpit was that used by
Bishop   Bickersteth,   who   once   occu- |
pied the lantern space of a lighthouse
in which to deliver a short address to '
a small gathering oi visitors and the j
lighthouse men themselves. '
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Y. M. C. A. HOME RULE.
We note with pleasure thin, at the
<:onvcuti<wi,����f the V. M. ('. A. now being h.:l(l aLWinnineg, It has been decided to organize the Canadian asso-
���ciaticn^fHBPifliatlonal hody. This Is
a mea.,::-e cf autonomy and is in Itself a striking proof of the march of
the Doin.n on towaids her -destiny as
a nation.
Hither*-) the Canadian aasociatioi.i
have ne *r ��<THiaioii to the organization in ipe United States, and just RS
'they havip now been granted a mens-
sure of .Home Rule, eo ll may be
taken that the day is not far distant
when industrial and fraternal bodies
now affiliated to similar Institutions
in other!countries may also adopt
a eimilaij course.
Antondmy docs wl mean separation, .but it does moan self government, (janada Is lip enough to govern itseV. and gradually lta Institutions, wjile preserving all amlcabic
relations, witli the patent bodies to
whom lhcy owe their incej.;lon, will
stand tm Iheir own bases. A Canadian \'.-iuo_i;il Y. M. C. A. points the
OOOne ol the inevitable.
CCOUT ORDCRC
By n<.d:it "Master K. P. Day, Com'-
m.imii'i- Kirnt M'w Weitmluiter
Troop liaden-l'oweil  Hoy .Scouts.
Ke\* Weatmlnster. June 5,  1012,
Tiie troop will parado a' the drill
hall on ft'edoeflday next, .Line 12, at
7:30 p.m,. prompt. Dress, dill! order.
Orderly bugler for the wcelc ending
-lune I.V Corporal Bugler Donald
Tiapp.    !
The timop wTI | arado al the drill
hail on Fit'ay next. Jmu- 7, at 7: ID
p.m., to a'lciul tlie May Day | let.ires
in the ojcu huuac.   Dress, drill ordei
i.-iti.o :,   !����<���-..
Patrol* Lead;*- Krun'i Douglas hae
i|iialiiii<i tor Ilia first <:l:m ; badge and
ia entitled <o Map same from this
date. Fairol Laader Douglas has th*
<liatin .'.in of being Ihe llrst scout In
���tins',rnoi to win r i.i badge, together
with tL>ej".\U round cur.'a."
QcoutalH. Allen and Kllloii McKa?
hav.ii- ifcvsed t.'ieir trndei foi.t badge
are re rifted lo wear same from
tills (infi
Scout Irley tu posted lo the "Seal"
patiol. Scout Worsfold to tl'e "Ilea
ver" pauol and Scout, Webber to the
"Bear" nVuroI.
Oar MM lhanhs nrj fivni to Mr
Ilarr- Tldv, manager or the opera
house m -Wa-klinl rift pf jlO.OO lo
ward* ttv rimn e)riinjnnt fun ' iiIk
lo Mr. ftuwk ll. Knnl-i for Ills gift ol
lacrosse *��!eks al tbe May Day sj o ts
Hy o'rtf r.
<<".:; v.iill  mdori.-l: J.. SicipFon.
Adjutant.
Hardly a Parallel.
Many Mori"? are told of the wit nf
Sir 111. Hcerliohm Tree, ami one (if
the belt is related by MU* Coii.-tanct!
Collier. The incident hrppent-il while
sh > was rehearsing for thL. part of Ihb
heroine in a production at His Majesty's Theatre, .The uutlmr oi the
play was there, making various suggestions.
"In thi* ��cene," he faid.;:"the hero
should pick you up, Miss Collier, mid
carry you off the stage across his
shoulder."
Miss Collier objected, but the author
1 sisted, till Sir Herbert came to the
rescue. ,     ... ... . . .
"I saw a play in Italy once." said
the latter. "In which the hero caught
hold of tint heroine hy th'1 leg* ami
banged  her  head Oil  t'ie Iloor."
"Splendid !" exclaimed .Ihe, author,
"What was the play?"
"'Punch and Judy,'" wus the actor's retort. .f*  ��, |*jj
Just Ihe Man,
A certain Kngiish Parliamentary
candidate greatly annoyed the advocates of reform by his resolute and
consistent opposition to all clianuu.
The consequence was that every time
he appeared on the busting ha was
subjected to much becking.
Un the last occasion tlipt he confronted his constituents the. heckling
ol oiK> loud-voiced iiidividimf,;wns particularly vexatious Ut Imu. and lie
anxiously awaited an opportunity lit
jebre oft him. At last it came, Tho
interrupt r asked a series nl questions,.
and. coiisiderni',' the leplies uiisati.-,-
factory, shouted out:
"I'd vote lor ye, only you're such a
fool!"
"I'ool, am I-" answered the witty
candidate "Then I'm the \cry man
to represent you."
A Surprise.
Hev. K. J. Hardy, iu his honk "The
Unvarying Mast," tells a delightful
story. A you ig lady about to vi-it lluj
Ho.y Land called on un uld lady
friend. She mentioned that she soon
hoped to see Jerusalem, Dethlelium,
Galilee and many ol the otlier place*,
mentioned  irt  the  llible.
iue old lady put down her work,
removed her spectacles and exclaimed
in great surprise. "Well, now. I knew
that all t.'.ese places were iii the Hil.le,
but I never thought ol thkm be:ug
on  the earth."
A Wonderful Pagoda.
The great lluddhi.-t shrine, the
Bhway Dagon at llangnon, is n</ temple, but a great pagoda, rising from
It platform to a height ol ���MM feet
und all completely covered with gold
leaf. This platform, with a perimeter
cd nearly 1.4U0 feet, is the place of
worship, The pagoda it-oil has no
interior. It is a solid -tupa of brick
raised   ovei-  u   relit  ch a Ul ������*�����.<
A Disappointment.
Two Englishmen visited China la4
year, and after finding quarters in
Ning Po hired sedan chairs to make
a call on an official to whom tliey
had letters. It was very hot, and as
there was no ventilation inside the
sedans tlie travelers alter a wliile asked the bearers to raise the roofs.
This, to their .surprise, the bearers
flatly refused to do, and the lilnglisli-
nien, highly indignant, were forced
to take off the roofs themselves.
They soon found their chairs followed by a hooting crowd of natives,that
swelled into hundreds as the joujiiey
continued. The Englishmen felt rather nervous, especially in view o| tlie
unsettled state of certain districts in
China, but tliey arrived safely at their
destination and got out. The crowds
io.lowing tliem iosked disappointed.
Rather worr.ed and puz.zied they ipale
inquiries of  tlieir hast. ;��'
"To ride in a roofless sedan,"'-.was
the explanation given thein. "is; the
distinctive mark of a criminal goin'-,' to
execution, and as the usual nl.iqe ol
execution is near the south gale tli!"
people thought you two 'foreign dcvi.s'
���vere going to nave your hen.is taken
���ff and followed joyously lo see toe
show."
The Dardanelles.
The    Dardanelles   and    tlie   classic
Hellespont    are    the    same,     lt   was
arroia the Dardanelles that old Kim;
Xerxes ferried  his  mighty  hosts (Iur
.n,f liis attempt at the subjugat.'ifl ���
ireece and  across which  lie  Ib'-i,  a
'down at the heel," alter he had ii.i
ig-nofninlousl-y beaten at oiilam. . .,\
���ale and Platen.    It was iu the i.iai
waters that Leander and  Lord  Uyi��� ,,
took their famous Hwims and in iv) i \
perished  Ilelle,  the daughter of  nil
t'heban king after whom Uie stra.t wa..
named.
The Minister's Response.
A well known minister of a kirk In
(Jlus-ruw was one day passing Bluiuj
the high street when he was acco-te.,
oy a crowd of street gamin*, ono ul
whom said mischievously, but witn
becoming gravity, "D'ye ken, minis,
ter. the de'il is deed?" The mil,ster
made no immediate response, but on
tiie whole craw reiterating the cry.
"The de'il's deed, the de'il's deed!"
he turned and. raised his oiitstntcli.
edTiaiids, ai< il to pronounce a blessing retorted, "Ach, ye puir leelle
faith lesa bairns!"
Eels  In Scotland.
Although eels abound in Scotch, waters and are caught in great quantities,
they are not considered lit food tliere.
No matter how plentiful and how very
fine and large tliey may lie in anv
didrict, of Scotland, no native will eat.
one. Tlie objection to the eel is sanl
to lie based mi its serpent-like appear-
anc: and tlie fact tliat it is not ovei-
fastidious as to what it feeds on.'
VISIONS OF GHOSTS.   _
Thsy 8eem''to Corns to About One Person In Every Ten.
Tbe modern theory of ghosts insists
Hyjt invariably, wben tbey are real
ghosts and not tbe spurious product of
credulity and deception, tbey are distinctly subjective In character and ex-
lst only by virtue of conditions permitting tbeir creation In tbe mind of tbe
person or persons seeing tbem. Io
otber words, a real gbost ts never nn
objective phenomenon, like n tree or a
house. As a psychologist would say.
It Is always "a percept baring no basU
in external reality." Less learnedly. It
is always s case of "seeing things
where tbey ain't" Thnt is to say. It
is a hallucination.
It bas been conclusively demonstrated tbat one person out of every ten
bus experienced nt least one hallucination at gome time in bis or her life.
Proof of ihla results chiefly from a
remarkable census of hallucinations
originated more than twenty years ago
at tbe, International congress of psychology and simultaneously carried oa
���principally by members of tbe Psychical Kesearch��� in tbe Onlled States,
Kngland, France. Germany aad other
countries. To thousands of persons the
question was pur. "Have you ever,
when believing yourself to be completely awake, had a vivid Impression
of seeing or being touched by a living
being, or Inanimate object or of bearing a voice, wbicb Impression, so fnr
aa you could discover, was not due to
any external physical cui/net" Uf Ibe
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
5PORT5
FOR  INTERMEDIATES.
Silver Cup    Is   Offered   to   Amateur
Lacrosse League.
With a view to fostering amateur
lacrosse in this city, Mr. W. J. Kei-
ha3 offered a silver cup as a trophy
for the Westminster 'nterrcrdi.ve
league. The Eilverwan must be wo--
two years, not necej,ii'y in fiveg-
,|5|ion, before . becoming U.-# abso.jte
property orone club.''
The four teams in the Intermediate
league are evenly matched this year,
although the West Enders have a
shade over their opponents at the
present time, having won two game3
an.l lost none. East Burnaby has an
even bieak, with one game to its
credit and one to its debit. Regina
and Sapperton are tied for cellar position, with one loss and no wins.
Sapperton has been champion of
the intermediates for the last two
years, having wrested the laurels
from Regina in 1!��09. East Burnaby,
the youngest team ln the league, has
never got further than last place, bul
this year the boys from the outsld*
promise to make a special e.fort tc
capture the cup, and to hold it against
all corners next year.
The B. C. E. R. lacrosse team wi!)
clash with the East Delta aggfega-
tion at the latter place this evening.
Automobiles haie been secured foi
them to make the trip.
Sapperton and the Reginas meet
tills evening on the Queens park oval
Both teams will be at. full strength
and a j;oo<1 game is expected.
Serine your tic';ets for "Saturday';
��.nme nt ityiili's before : ou are toi
late. The Salmon Be dies have pale :
eri up the defects shown in last Saturday':; game anil the betting pendu
Lim la swinging on the local i;i U
ence again,
Dode Brlnkef signalized hU re-an
I ear ance on the Vancouver nam yes
���day hy making a muff play which
cost the Beavers the >ani8.
������*> BASEBALL. ���
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Northwestern Lengue.
Yesterday's (lame.-:.
At Scnllle��� K. II. I.
Seattle    G 11    i
Tui-oimi       7  14    i
At   Vancouver��� It. H. f
Vancouver 4    S    r
Portland  . .  6    ll    ]
At   Victoria��� It. 11.T.
1'iokane  8 H ,.'���
Victoria :   (    S   :
Thirty Miles of Soda.
Forty million tons of the best washing material, supplied and manufactured by nature, are waiting to be
carried from Central Africa to the
European markets, and an extension
of the Uganda Railway is to be built
from Uiu to Lake Magadi ivt order to
effect this. Lake Magadi is not really
a lake, but an area of thirty square
miles of soda deposit situate in tlie
heart of Africa.
Two expeditions have gone out into
this soda lake region, which, though
hot in the middle of the day, is declared to be quite healthy. It is in
the midst of one of tbe finest bi;,'
game shooting area*, in the British
Sotxth African Protectorate... ln Qra.
diriar'y times the lake has a, perfectly
levelv l>ard,,alnd,,df^��#urfacff like tliat
of a gigantic mHi*OT Fen'iee, if a
thirty-squiire mile area can be imagined.
It appears that in the past it has
been left to the natives to remove
soda from the lake. They cut out
blocks, and what is called "Mother
Liquid" spurts up and re-forms into
solid soda, which they cut away next
season. There is evidence thut the
soda in the lake is being continually
augmented.
In addition to the many surface
springs discharging considerable quantities of soda into the lake, tbere are
indications of large springs in the
lake itself. On the removal of the
soda already crystallized the "Mother
Liquid," which takes its place at
once, starts to re-form the crust. ,
Ths Solan Geese.
Richard Bell in his book, "My
Strange Pets," tells of the solan
geese, which in Great Britain in bye-
gone days used to be salted and
dried for human food: "Many years
ago these dried geese found their
way to the lowlands of Scotland and
were used as an appetizer. A small
portion when eaten before meals waa
supposed to tickle the appetite. In
this connection I havo heard a good
story. A worthy farmer in the neighborhood gave a dinner party, and
when the dinner was in progress he
asked one of his guests if lie would
have 'another portion,' upon whicli
the guest remarked, 'I think I will,
as let a bit o' solan goose afore I
left liarae and it has made me very
hungry,' upon which his neighbor
sai 1, 'I dinna believe in these solan
geese, for I et a haill yin afore I cam'
awa' and I dinna feel a bit the hungrier'."
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National League.
Yesterday's Games.
At Philadelphia��� IMJ.E.
St Ivouls   8 13   :
Philadelphia 5   3   :
Batteries:     Hermon    and    Wlngo;;
Seaton, Schlltz. Curtis and Dooln.
At Brooklyn��� R. H. V.
Chicago ,.   ... ,3   ��   '-'
Brpoklyn v>. i    9    4
Batteries:  Reulbach and'Needham
Rucker and Miller.
At Boston^- R. H. E,
PRt?burg       ,', ,? IP   ft
.Boston         *5 U   3,|
���   Batteries:     Camnitz    and  Gibson;
F.rown and Raridan.
At New York��� R. H. E,
Cincinnati    10 lil %
Xew  York 22 2\  '$���
Batteriea:    Fromme, Keefe, Fletcher and McLean; Crandall aad Meters,
n. h. is
1 I 0
18 U *
Wnl I ace
Mltche!
American League.
Yesterday's Games.
At ft. Louis��� .       ':.
Philadelphia     	
Sl.  Louts  ���. ...'	
Batteries: Coombs, Brown,
Martin, Pcnnock and Lapp;
and Krlchell. '
At (lo\ eland��� U.
New Yoth    > 0
Cleveland 7
Batteiles:    Quinn.   Thompson
���Sweeney.  Kaler and Easterly.
At Detroit��� It. fl, K
Boston   Gft   <
Detroit  Oil
Batteries:     Hnll,  Wool  tin:l  Carrl
gan;  Wl'lett nnd Slanaee.
At ( lik-ugo��� R. H. K
Washington   R lfl   3
Chicago      4   8   I
Batteries:      Iiugher,    nnd    Henry
lien.., Mo grid;;*; Po.ei* und KUhB.
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Fire Alarm Boxes.    . ,
The following is a complete list to
date of the positions of flre alarm
boxes in this city, though the list will
be lncrenred by tome seven or elghl
stations thi* yeai-:
5���A3yluin.
fi���Royal City JMilla.
7���Carnarvon an.l Tenth. ,
8���Royal avejiue and rtahth.
tt���Flfth avenue and Twelfth.
12���Bt. Mary's Hospital.
IS���Second ani Park Row.
U���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Brunette MUls. Sapperton.
lfi���Royal Columbian Hospital,
21���Queen's avenue and Thlrt.
2:1���Queen's avenue, and Slvth.
24���Third avenue find Fecond.
25���Klfih avenue snd FIrt)*b.
2H���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and tenth.
32���Amei ond PP-th.
I1'���Schan'-e Machine Wor'^s.
SB���Columbia nn.' McKenzie.
.:������� C, p. R, staflon.
4^���Smill nnd P'trtlln Mills.
4i���B. r. E,l R. rintlw Car 81��opl.
*t\���P'-ih a'-enuc and T,"ith.
4(1���Eighth avepue.^nd Twelfth.
Detailed   Criticism.
The following i.- not an excerpt from
a report of a cruelty case, but a description from u South African paper
of   u   violin   solo   at   a   concert:   "He
whacks it ami whips it, and wipes it
and   thumps   it,   and   shake*   it   and
squeezes it. and tickles it and lifts it.
and   lowers   it   and   swing!   it,   and
plucks it and taps it. and nips it and
pals   it   and   strokes   it,   and  all   the
while  the  music  fines  011.    It  tings
and  it   whittles,   it    moans   and   it
urnari.s.   it  screams  and   it  screeches.
;t   iau'.'li-j  hiiJ   gigl?]e��,   and  chuckles
nml   i-nii'.kriti'.   it  shivers  mid  shake*,
it .-.iiudili-r.-i mid trembles, i'. roars and
it   seojds.     it    hurries    ami   scurries,
jumps, runs nrui tumbles, gets up and
runs again."
A   Thrifty   Scot.
Truly Scbttish is the tale nf the
highlander that was told by Prof.
Stuart. The professor was making a
tour of the land of the thi-tle, and
one blistering hot day in a wild corner
of the Pasj bl Glencoe he came across
a fierce looking man, half strippcd'nnd
risking with per<niration, who wa*
hurling great bowlders about him like
one possessed.
"What on earth is he doing?" asked
the professor of another tierce looking
Scot, who stood breathlessly by watching the task. ,
"Hist, mon!" was the awed reply.
"Sandy's  droppit  a  fourpenuy  bit I"
HU Chance.
"He haa a grudge against the plain
people."
"On what score?" '      . i
"Saya they wear so many rubbens
that it forces up the price of tires.*'
THE IDEAL DINNER TABLE.
Keep Floral Decorations Low and Use
Blooms  Without Perfumes.
Tbe modern dinner table ls surely
not all It might be from a man's point
of view. It is only too often full of
distracting oddments and fripperies.
The laceless plain napery, few but
perfect flowers iu low bowls, absolutely no fancy decorations, plain glass
of pleasing shape, white china service, plain silver, discreet lighting nnd
no "funnlments" whatever���these ure
the essentials of fi good and peaceful
dinner table. Avoid being clever or
original or "superior"���It Is so easy to
be "superior." The best model upon
which to work is Die table laying of a
really first class restaurant, where
one Is not plagued by half a doren different wineglasses, a multiplicity of
forks and spoons und casual ornaments
nt inconvenient corners. The requisite table furniture, knives, forks and
the rest, appears us by macic at the
psychological moment, and nue's elbows
ure unworried b.v possible contingencies. Above all. keep tbe flowers low.
Choose those that hnve no perfume
und see that lhe serv.-mts anticipate
tbe wishes of Hip guests. It Ls a matter of training, but it cun lx> done, und
by no other men iin Is ideal bostsblp
assured.
Davis' Pharmacy
YOUR PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
'THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
ni"' _i ���_'_-. 1	
Better Stock for Less Motley
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative call
explain what makes this possible. 	
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
and
32
Phone 40.
SIXTH  STREET.
Cliff Block.
OUR
West tnd Branch
I wish to announce to the public
that I have opened a branch stoie in
the West End of tlie city, located at
the coiner of       f
6th Avenue and 12th Street
Tiiis part of the city 13 growing eo
K'pidly and our customers have become so numerous in thi3 locali-;-
that it has been absolutely Impossible
for us to give them the service we
would like in the way of deliveries.
In this branch we will carry a well
assorted Etock of
FIRST QUALITY  GOODS
at same prices as at our down town
store and Sapperton branch, an:! wili
be able to give our customers piompt
. delivery.    I  have engaged .'Mr.  fi.  G.
j Gordon  lo   muuaga  this   branch.     .Mr.
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
[ENS
GO TO
LAMB
BEEF
PB   BUSIES'  IV1AHICET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Scales In the Houn.    	
Scales in a  Ix^Ji-oom nr��- not n  nor- I Gordon  lias  bad a  long and  success-
ellr   In   llila  era   of tlglulnfc fl**��i.    fa     tul experience and w/II give you every
the biitbroom or bedroom are .-ertlfled  I Eatlsfaction.    We  would  IIKe you    "to
on   which  a j caU and Eee the EtQre     u ,8 one of|j
Grand Trunk System
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PBINCE fiEOM"
to"' Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting- for Granby
Bay aad Stewart.
s.s. 'nmimw'
to Prince Rui/eT-i Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Ialand polnta.
scales  of   white   enamel
woman can  weigh  herself night and
morning, before and ufter meals, sli-k
and well, in  tier clotheK and out of
them.
Besides keeping strict ISba on her
owu weljrhr. her babies are being: utterly neglected unless tbey are brought
up now under a weluhfnjr reaime.
Daily chart* are kept of tbe gain or
decrense of pounds.
Fascinating are the scales Intended
for a baby. A faroritv gift to/the new
mother is a pair of scales of white
enamel or French (ill. with special
contriranees to bold the tiny Infants
for welching. '     -   '
From I'aris come Ibe most glorified
scales. Some one bas Invented a pair
concealed in a handsome stool, and the
woman wltb tbe weighing ho bit can
indulge In lt without standing upi.
the nicest grocery stores in the city.
I  respectfully  solicit  your  patronage.
C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
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TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE. Saturdays and Tuesday* at^tnttfnlght.
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Grand Trunk Pacific trains connect at Prtn-ce Rupert tor East
wilh above sttamero. Ask tor 1 lustruted literature .tti.agricultural
lands  lr.  B. C.  and Western   Canda. inin;  \u* ���
. j 1 r^aff-
Suec'iU  excurUon  fares via Chicago
^^^^^^^^^ Ml ' I "'
during summer  nHjn.hd.
Rail Tickets to All Polnta.
ship Lines.
General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steam-
H..G. SMITH. C. P. & T. A. W. E. DUPERQ^V.
Phone Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER. B.C.     52"
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Ab this heading implies, there la no question but that East Burnaby is going to be the residential suburb of New Westminster. The
best locations are bdhg 1:1; idly snapped up, and handsome residences are already dotted along each avenue and street. The facilities of this thriving, little burg are such as to leave nothing wanting. Taxes are lo'.v ln comparison to outside city lots, and pMeea
are such as should tempt even the man with the smallest puise.
Our office ls situated on tbe car line near Leaf's store, and we
would feel it a, pleasure to show you around the properties we have
for sale and advise jou. to the best of our ability. Two or three
subdivisions are now on ithe raarktt and if you are looking either
for a modem home, email house or lot, Its ten to one we can ebony
you something that 'Will meet with jour exact requirements. Come
In and let. as talk fftfnss over.
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EAST BURNABY
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
TIMUR RUBY IN ENGLAND.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL  ORDER    OF    MOOSE.  NO.
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
��� ��� aad Agnes streets, second und j
fourth Wednesdays, at S o'clock, j
Clttb rooms over Sinclair's Shoe i
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P. I
A.- P.'s welcome. K. C. Cook, Die- I
tator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dicta-j
tor;  H. L. Christie, secretary.
Famous Gem Given Up For Lost Was
In Roy.il Jewels.
It has just become known that the
famous   Tiiliur   ruby,
days   of   the   Mosul
"Tribute of the World,
in   tha
as  the
is now t-nnna
known
Cmpire
PRIVATE OFFICE
the British crown jewels. Rome experts had supposed it was Inst. The
gem is n royal match to the Kohinoor
diamond, the "Mountain of Light."
\v'.p-'li Iims been in the British regalia
sirTce 1��50.
1. O. O. P. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���j    Tbe Timur  ruby  is  the  largest inl
The regular meeting of Amity lodge ! existence,   weighing   in   its   present
No. 27, I O O. E., is held every Mou- I shape a trifle over 352 carats,    lt is
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel- ' uncut,   but   polished.   Tbe   tirst   ac- |
' lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
EiRhth street. Visiting brethern
i cordially invited. H. W. Hirrison,
. 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 U, Merchant Bank Bldg.   Phone 715.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON &. JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors! etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith .lohnston and Prank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE K* EDMONDS-Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust I.lock. Columbia sireet. New
Westminster. B.C. (able address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. I.. Edmonds.
count of  this   ruby   is  in  1309,  when
the   Ameer  Timur,  knr.wn  in  Europe
as Tamerlane,   plundered  the  Indian
city   of   Delhi,   and    seized    a    great
stock   of   princely   gems.     Tamerlane
bequeathed   the   Timur   ruby   to   his
son  und  successor.   Mir  Shah   Rukh,
who  passed  it down  in  turn to bis
son,   Mirza   ITIuirlr Beg.
Tlie ruby  fell  into the hands of a
j Persian   king  at  the  downfall  of the
| Tartar   Empire.     In   1612   the   stone
| was   presented   by   Shah    Abbas   I.,
greatest <f the  Sofavi  Kings of  Per-
I sia, to the Mogul Emperor Jehangir.
I At that time  it had engraved on it
the names nf Tamerlane and bis son
and Shah  Abbas.    The Emperor Jehangir obliterated them and engraved
on  the  ruby   the   names   of  himself
and liis father, Akbar the Great.
Shah Jehan lated put his name on
the ruby anil set the stone in the famous Peacock Throne. Thera it remained until Nadir Shah invaded India
and ransacked Delhi in 1739. He
carried off the Timur ruby and 25,000
other gems. In 1W9 it came into possession' of the English, together with
the Kohinoor.
The Kohinoor was sent direct to
Queen Victoria. The Timur ruby,
after having been for some time in
possession of the East India Company, is said also to bave been sent
to the Queen, but got into the private
royal collection and has been lost to
public notice ever since. IU history
was collected by King Georga on llis
Indian coronation tour.
Cramming down ill-chosen
food, and rushing back to
work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all it means In
misery.
Proper habits of eating,
with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness.
A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but
50c. at your Druggist's.
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.
US
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival:
w.bi)���Vancouver  via  G.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-nt-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl?
and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710,
.     *m*aa a ���    i ""Wirrj-^gesu^u  ��������� n >��>���
Excuses  of   Messenger   Beys.
Mr.   Herbert   Samuel,   the   British
Postmaster-Qdneral,     related     some
amusing  stories of excuses made by
messenger boys at the prize distribution and display uf Die Brady Street
Club tgr Working Lads, in '.u.3  Pftvi-
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE  B Af! ft ISTER !--:- 'l'l>eatre. Mile End, London, r��-
sollcitor and notary,' 810  Columbia I ce;ltl>'-    K hif, offlc,,al  ���P*^y. ex;
Btreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.     i ylained   Ut.   SBtfUSJ,   be   employed
���janggggji mugmmmm-, iabout 14.0..0 te'.e,i .ph tns.-en.urs, ard
JWADE. WfiBALLBR, McQUARRlE ��   he heard a good deal about boys and
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors. | )-lie,r   w��>'s-
���  Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and ��   to maintain
:-i:
.11:
10:
Eraser
except
Eraser
except
r.V*.
The   boys   always   trinl
a high   standard  of COM-
iufl, and if they iell away tliey were
always verj ready to own up,
The postmaster in one town called
u;on Mes&euger Brown to ''explain
your conduct towards an old gentleman in ffeorge street,"  The following
    _  ,'rc;.:. vame:
ROAnn   or-   TBAnir    mew   wKfliJ     "f"   the   P/��tnj��ter.     Sir.-.\s   I
BOARD   OF   TRADE-INM\     \\ EST- , passing  through George street an
minster Board of Trade meets In the I, , glenUenlRn ^fa in the ���tre(,t.
Gulchon block, corner Columbia nn,l
McKenzie streets; Vancouver i/f
flees, Williams bulldlnic, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. O. Wade, K. C.I
A. Wheallflr. W. O McQuarrie. G. E
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
board  room,  City  Hnll,  as  follows
Third Friday of eadli  month;  quar.
terly meeting on tbe lUtrd Friday or/occur\��a-a/ii"
February, May, AuguBt and Novem- '
ber at S p.m. Annual meetings ou
the third Friday of February. New
members may he proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. 11. Stuart Wade, secro-
tary.
I
threw  a  potato at  the gentleman.     I
am   very   sorry,   and   hope   it  wiil  not
Nrt !nnc ago, c-'mt'mipd Mr. Samite'.
tha written explanation offered hy a
boy uipssorti.'cr when there had lieen
some disturbance in t'.ie office read:���
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Jijiith   called    me    a ���
I pour'-d hot tar over I
punched hint nn the
this   will   meet   with i
Re Lot 4 of Lot B, Block ?,��, in the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 10432A, issued in the name of Christopher
Hrown, has been filed In this office
Notice is heisby given that 1 shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a dally newsiu'-er published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of :he said Certlflcate. unless ln t'ie meantime 'Mid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land    registry Office, New   Westminster,  B.  C��� May 11,  1912.
"MP-SHtl'JPV
wooden-he.-.d. ?
his dluni r atii
nose. riopillB
your approval."
At all .-vents, remarked Mr. Samuel.
they might claim Unit, so lar as the
I boys were concerned, they regarded
I truth abor* **\\ thing's. ,
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   denl   on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone  R 619.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cer   6th and Columbia
F. O. GARDINER.
A. L.  MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      HLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW  WE3TMIN8TER.  B. C.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
au work guaranteed,    Estimates
furnished  Iree.
H. GOSSE,  Manager.
903  Dublin   Mrect. Plione  084.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggace Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C.
It Was a Zo%.
Mr.   George   Smedley,   tbe   Toronto
banjo and puitar player, is doing well
"across the '.ine" with his big vaudeville net.    Mr. Bmedley had n thrilling experience while playing a small
Ontario town  some  years Hgo.  It was
a   fa.l   fair   conceit,   and   those   who
have attended  concerts on the even-
in;'   ul   the   fall   iair  know   that  the
presence of the "fresh" young man is
very  much  in evidence.    During Mr. |
Smedley's iirst number he wus inter- |
rupted by sonic one whom be thought i
was   imitatitlg   a  dog  yelping.    Mr.
Smedley slopped his work, advanced |
to  the  footlights,  and  gave  tlie  sup- j
posed imitator a "piece of liis mind."
"Il that 'dog' up there in the gallery,"
lie   said,   "will   come   dowu   here   for !
hall  a minute  1   will  mnke him  fee! j
likd  the  cur  that  he  is."    Then   Mr.
Smedley   resumed   his   selection.     At
tbe conclusion he whs generously applauded.    Advancing to acknowledge
it. Mr. Smedley heard a shrill, child-
ish  voice of a boy  up in  the gallery
saying  these   words:   "lt  was  a  (lug,
Mr. Bmedley."   Aud to bear convlnc-
ina   testimony,   the   boy   held   up   n
yelping dog by the buck ol the neck, j
Two Greit African  Explorers.
Funds   are   being   raised   ill   Great I
Britain  lor tlie erection of a strikiiij,' I
monufnent to Mungn Park and Rich- !
nr I Lander, who accomplished epoch- i
making journeys iu  West Africa, the ,
former  about  tlie  beginning  of the
nineteenth  century, the  latter thirty '
years  later.    As  the  main  object  nl
theit   travels   was   to  discover  wbere j
the  Niger joined  the  ocean  the  pile
chosen  for  their  monument is  Forcados, at the Niger mouth.    It is proposed  to  < reet  nn  obelisk  of  similar j
uesigll and dimensions to Cleopatra's
Needle  on   a  projecting  point where
it will both attract general attention
and serve  as a  landmark to vessels
approaching the port.
Closing:
N.  R.
 23:00
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except 8unday).11:15
,2:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .20:30
0:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Mondav, Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria  via  B.  C. E.  R.
(dailv except Sunday) .11.15
10: BO���Victoria via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday) ,11: If
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)  .9.45
.5:15���United States via Q. N. R.
'dailv  Pxcent  Sun<lavV.lfi:(K
P:lm'.���All   points e-ist and   Europe   idaily)   	
22:10���All   points   east and Eu
lore idaily)  .
9:26���Sai perton     and
Mills      daily
Sunday)   ....
0���SappQrton    rnd
.Mills     (daily
Sunday)    14:15
0:26���Coquitlam  (daily   except
Sunday)   7:45
_:uu���Central Park, McKay and
Kdmonds  idaily except
Sunday)        11.15
0:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham    Island.   Bun
Villa  W.:3Q
11,1:00���East Burnaby    (telly ex-
j cept Sunday;    13:00
/   0:00���TimherlBDd  (Tuesday and
Friday*- lB:8v
10:00���Annievffl*    and    Bnnbnry       	
f dally except Sunday l. 14 : .10 |
'.O'.UO���Woodwarda (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
l(i: 45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. It.
idaily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O. N. R. idaily except  Sunday) 14:0(
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thurs-
auy.    Priday    aud    Sat-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   ( Tuesday   and
���   Priday)        14:00
7:41)���Burnaby  Lake  (dally  ex-
,-��pi  tsuuuav    lfi:OILS: 00���Edmonds    (daily    except
Sunday)   lfi:00
18:10���Abbotsford Upper Sumas,
Maisijul, Huntingdon.
etc. (dailv except Sunday)   23:00
i6:16���Crescent, Whll* Kock and
Blaine (dully except
Sunday)   k:4i
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Hldge
and   Hazlemere   i Tuesday, Thursday and Sal
urday            9:4
11:20���Chilliwack,    Milner.    Mt.
t.ehmaa, > idernrove, Ot-
ter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverd ale, Langley Prairie. Mm ray vllle.
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, llrad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
('. K. R, (dally except
Sunday)   .
  9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. It. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:40���Chilliwack via 11. C. B. K.
(dally except, Sunday) .17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday)  17:3o
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R,
(dally except Sunday) .I7:3i
2:00���Eraser   Arm    and     Alta
the new organization. Terms of payment on stock will be arranged to
suit you. The WestminEver Daily
News will be a non-ro'-i l?n\ organ
and will be run on hide; ciiduit lines.
Mr. James R. Duncan, Lie secretary
of the company, will be glad to give
fuller Hetailu as to what is to he done.
Ring him up on Phone 999 or 669, and
he will call on you. **
GRANDMOTHERS
IBED9CE M
To Darken the 'Hair and Restore Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color,
GOLD DUST  will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Vista
..23:00
It
A   New   Trad*.
i-t difficult nowadays to hit upon
u new menus of earning a livelihood,
but there i* a man goin? ubout lrom
door to door iu South London who
seems to liave succeeded in the attempt. Ho carries a pot nl Brunswick black and a brush, and offpr-'
to rebluck your door-knocker and letter-box for tbe small charge of a
penny. The very novelty of "the idea
commends it to tno average housewife.
and, judging by the appearance ol the
knockers In a ntreot where be had
been at work, pennies were uvideully
na! y fortlioomir^.
The News Expanding.
The Westminster Dally News Is
now owned by the National Printing
und Publishing Co., Ltd., of New
Westminster, B.C. This Is a company
composed entirely of New Westmln-
Mer men whose desire Ih to Improve
tbe paper and make It a publication
worthy of the Hoyal City, A considerable Increase to ibe publishing plant
Is necessary to attain the Improvements aimed at, and which will en(;ill
;oi Incteased expenditure of capital.
The company proposes to raise the
sum of $20,000; and already much of
this haB been subscribed in shares of
|100 each. The business men of the
elty are showing a keen Interest in
the movement to 1 mprovp New Westminster's one morning paper, Those
who have not already subscribed an
recommen led to ta'.s an interest in
It is easier to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore it, although it
is possible to do both. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They
made a "sage tea," and their dark,
glossy hair long after middle life was
Sue to this fact. Our mothers have gray
hairs before they nre fifty, but they are
beginning to appreciate the wisdom of
our grandmothers in using "sage tea"
for their hair and are fast following suit.
The present generation has the advantage of the past in that it can get a
ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. A3 a
scalp tonic and color restorer this preparation is vastly superior to the ordinary
"sage tea" made by our grandmothers.
The growth and beauty of the hail
depends on a healthy condition of the
scalp. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy quickly kills the dandruff germs
which rob the hair of its life, color and
lustre, makes the scalp clean and
healthy, gives tbe hair strength, color
and beauty, and makes it grow.
Get a 50 cent bottle from your druggist
today. He will give your money back
if you are not satisfied after a fair trial.
DPecial Agents, L). S. curtis and H.
Ryall.
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- v i /
portions to cleanse \^W/%i
easily, vigorously, j*^ r~*
and without harm to "
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers ol FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New  Mills at Montreal are now in operation ancl for thc convenience of thc
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. UMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
Learn the Difference <0gS^^
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Try Mooney's Biscuits with all the rest.
See how much more flavory, crisper Mooney* s are. fi$Pr.
j $-*���< .*.    'vtmpJBjlflKl''
Their superiority is due to our painstaking v^g^^^^,:
*mm. m
methods���our modern facilities and using the cost- %^4.'���';�����' ��$3LiSJ;::*>4\
Hest materials.    We get the finest cream and butter
from the famous  Western   Ontario   farms  because
we pay top prices.   Our flour is a special blend.
Yet they cost no more than common kinds.
M
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Action Cream Sodas
Canada^ Standard Soda Cracker!
&-W��gg!P)*x    f
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are made in our large
. Here in this splen-
employees���each an
jm    expert in his line���we create this delicious and nourishing biscuit.
After these biscuits leave the ovens and while they are
still piping hot, with all their oven aroma, they are packed
in dust and damp-proof packages.   We even ship them in
our own private cars.   No other biscuit manufacturer
does this.
So they reach your table���whole, flaky, and
^%^i:i��PSS3^'Try them today> At your srocer'*'    ����
���'���W^^'    The Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd.,    -~��^i^.,,
t'w^m^eH-' 's*!^':,'vffl      sanitary factory amid a flood of sunshine.
%*I^PS^S&!'/^ m,      did building with its hundreds of skilled <
$'M*is^#K?h
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and the pro-
portion  in  which the assessment is made on per foot frontage:
Hlk.    Lot.    Sub.    Kesub.
Assessed   Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
C13|
C'B't
13
14
14
1
4
4
/!
V
7
8
9
A
%\
2��
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
:\z
34
35
36
37
Npt
Spt
EK
Trinity
Trinity
Trinity
C25|
4    1
5
1
��� 30
r;
CA'
i
2
s
,
4
5
��
7
8
10
w^ 'j
13
14
15
tt
17
18
10
L'ii
21
OK
BK
WK
"Tipperarv
i48611    12
00
59
I
Middle pt
1
11
5
f.
7
1
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S	
Murchie, David   	
Columbian Co., Ltd. ..
Cunningham, James .
Cunningham,  James   .
Lynch,  Fred J	
Imperial  Underwriters
George, J. K	
Imperial  Underwriters
Gtey, James S	
Davison,  Sarah J.   ...
Parish  of Holy
Parish  of  Holy
Parisli  of  Holy
Thompson, J.  Lee
Philpot,   Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull, Martha A	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
Ken lng,  Frances  B	
Herring,  Frances E	
Herring,  Frances  E	
Herring,  Frarlces E	
Pad more, Fred W	
Manson, Wm. and Hoy Hy.
Purvis, Jane R	
Blair, J. C	
National Drug & Chem. Co.
Frat. Order of Eagles  	
Blair, J. C '	
Telford,  J.  M	
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C.
Hacking W. J	
Drew, Geo.  E	
Armstrong  VV. J	
Iiothwell, E. J	
Barl, Frederick   	
Merlins;   Frances   E	
Broderick, w. s	
Murchie, O. E	
Manchester,   G.   H	
Reid.  John   	
Sinclair, D.  S	
Knowdell.  C.  L	
Trapp,  Nellie   	
Trapp,  Nellie   	
Hart, F. J	
Han!,' F. J. & Co	
Moresby, Mary A	
Trapp,   T. J	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Cunningham James   	
Lavery,   A.   L	
Y. M. C. A	
Armstrong,  T.  J	
Lane, R. & W	
Corporation.
Corporation.
05.94;$
40.311
25.64 j
49.40}
65.80'
49.40
37.95J
37.95;
i  75.1)0]
72.601
36 30
36.30;
49.50|
49.501
143.28
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
65.91
65.91
65.91|
65.91
66.00|
66.00|
66.00;
66.00|
66.00J
68,00
66.00
66.01!
 ; . 65.931
 j 65.95!
  65.93
 ! 65.941
 ! 66.00
 i 66.00,
 | 66.OO1
 | 66.00;
 I 66.00
 ' 06.00
 i 66.00
 ! 66.oo;
 ! 66.00,
 I 33,01
 ! 33.01;
 I 83.03
 I 33.03
 j 66.00
 ! fifi.OOJ
 | 66.00'
 ! 66.00'
 I 66.00:
 ' 66.001
 . 66.00'
 I 66.00)
 j 66.00!
^City of New Westminster , 1541.87*
H
Npt
Spt
NK
SK
EH
W4
WH
EH
SK
N*
SK
N%
| 1*2
!      3
4
6
!      6
i :
i   *
io
i u
i
!    12
13
! 14
1 15
I 16
I    17
I
'    18
I    20    |
I I
I    21
I    22    |
23&24|
25    I
26&27 | |
28&10 ft, of 29 |
.    29    balance
30
i 31
I 32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42       24.t3C I'
42   balance |
43&44| |
S6 |8,9,35&c|19 EK|
I     21      |
I 22 SHI
I 22 NKI
23
26
26
27
28
| 29&30
31
32
33
34
35
36
S6   8,9,35&c|3B
Trustees Oucen's Ave. Meth. Church.
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay,  Maud   	
Walker, Elinor J	
Welsh,  Mary  M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
Gil'ls. John   	
Green, T. B. & Mary Scane
TniFiee3  Central  Meth.  Church I  132.00
Hood.   Mary  G .' !     66.00
Major C.  G	
Dockrill, G. O. M. Estate
Major, C. G	
Peck, John  	
MacNab, John   	
ARV,   Ad   T.    	
Dawe, Samuel   	
l.oat, C. J !
Gauvreau. Jesse Murlon   j
Burr. Mprgaret A I
P'thet,  R.  P I
Wintemute IMary J I
Osborne.  Charles   	
Johns,  John   	
Brine. A.J	
Wllkie, Walter G. E. H.
Innes, William 	
Sinclair, A. J	
Sinclair, A. J       ti��.Ooi
Shlnobu, C	
Pace, J. J	
Rogers, Bessie ..
Schmere E. A. B
Forrester, W. W. .
MoPherson, J. W. .
Dutch, Alexander .
Snilth, Jan. Carter
Smith, Annie E. ..
Robson, Carrie M.
04.00i
52.00)
50.00,'
50.00 i
50.00,
55.00|
55.00i
55,00
66.00;
66.00/
66.001
66.001
6fi.00|
66.001
66.001
26.00
40.00J
66.00!
66.110:
66.0(1)
66.00J
66.01 j
33.00,'
33.00;
66.00'
4.51
2.75
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.00
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
2.48
3.39
3.39
9.S0
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.33
3.55
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.76
3.76
^."02
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
1.78
2.73
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
33.00J
33.0(i|
66.00i
Gfi.OOJ
132.001
66.00)
132.00
76.00
56.00-
6tf.00|
Robson, Chas. J       �� ���i
66.00|
66.UO1
66.001
66.00)
66.00
rt.no]
66.00|
66.00)
6.55
69.451
Gilley, W. R	
Watson,  Mary   	
Watson,  Mary  	
McDonnell, Mary A	
Smyth, Patrick  	
Rohson, Fano'd, C	
Jackson, Fredk	
Anderson. Jos	
Hu.lson,  Isaac   	
Hudson Alvan ����� Barliara
Smith. J. C. & Buckland R I   132.00
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Church
Matihoson, Malcolm  ..
Matheson,  Malcolm   ..
Baker, Melville H.  ..
P,a��<er, Melville H.  ..
Smith, Wilbur H. ...
Hanna,   William   	
Weelands, Ellen J.
19.60
59.4 2|
29.71| '
29.7U
59.331
59.001
59.42)
69*2|
Roisseau, Amanda    i    69.41
?
Spl |
WH
BH
. S7
26
27
.39
44
1
41
5|
B
| 3
10
Npt WH
EK 2|
31
4
5
6
I1?
llfl
7
18
1
o
8
4
5
Reid, Alioe IM.'	
Gregg, Laura F	
Cassady, Jane It	
Fietcher, R. J	
Jardine, J. B./&   Adelaide
Kerr. Gertrude A	
A rmstrong, R. B	
Hall. Janet  	
Armstrong, Adeline ......
Hall, Janet  	
Hudson, W. L	
Curtis, Clare  	
r, ��ft. Allen P. 	
McGill, Q. & dfftffc T.
H.
Morrison Frances
levy. L. R   	
Pelletler, H. LN 	
.Tenkln, Lena  	
Pee-s, Margaret  	
McGiH. Q. and Criie, T.
Matheson A. & Jacobson
walker, M. E	
.Tohnqton, J. B	
P., C, Archihlshon of Vancouver.
R, C, Archbishop of Vancouver,
ft. C. Archhlshop of Vancouver.
R. C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
jardine, ^oht	
.Tvd'.ne, Robt	
Knight,   F	
(Vafton. W. A	
P'lMr'leo, Tho"	
Pu'lfdge, Thos	
Cree'man, I, M	
nuun   C. C	
Jar'Ire, J. n	
Wvmnn  F	
Wymnn M	
118.83)
59.42|
69.25
69.25;
69.83
59.43
49.42
10.00
34.62
34.63
69.26
69 21
69.21
36.86r
a'l     riiTrle.  Elizabeth " ! i     60.00
'���--  *������ - �� 60.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
71.15
46.50
56.00
73.34
66.00
49.50
40.50
49.60
49.60
49.50
49.50
49.60
49.50
49.60
49.50
66.00
58,72
68.72
5fM0i
69.40|
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
SlOi
|S.Wpt
I 1
|12
13
124
jNpt
SU>   10
S13I    10
13
14
8
12
13
14
7
8
9
10
11
12
'12&13
14&15
16
1
*i
3
4
I 5
8 I
I 9&10    |
|11&12    |
I13&14    |
I15&16    |
J17&18 Dl
|28 |
129 |
|30
131 ;(
|32 '���
133
134
11.2.3        |
I4',6,6
l 1 I
Pearson, T. R. i 59,40
Pearsou, T. R , 59.40
Mere.iith,  Elizabeth     307.40)
Walker,   Mary    I (;g.00
Malcolm, W. J  66.00
Averill, J. A  66.00
Archibald, E. G  66.00
Boughen, E. J  38.00|
Boughen, 13. J  37.001
Boughen, E. J  37.001
Boughen, E. J | 37.00)
Boughen, E. J  37,00
Boughen, E. J  37.00
Boughen, E. J  37.00
Boughen, E. J -  37.00
Boughen, E. J  33.00
Bbugh*|, E. J  33,00
Boughen, E. J  33.00
Miller, H. D  51.33
MacLean. Frank James    51.33
Davis,  Lizzie     51.33
Lane, Wm  61.33J
McLaren   Estate     51.33|
Davis Arthur    51.33
Johnson, Mary    102.66
McPherson  D  102.69
Vidal, E. F ..:  51.36
Pope. Ei   I 66.00
Knott, Emma   | 66.00
James, Thos. H. R j 66.00
Pope, John     66.00
Burnett, D. D  66.00
Croll, J. A 1 66.00|
Croll, Annie G  132.0'
Greer, Mary     132
Heard, Thornlngton   I 132.00|
Horton.  William    ' 132.00:
2.00)
Boughen,   Isabella
Pope. E	
Appleton, O. M.  ...
Pope,   John   	
Pope  E	
Armstrong, Andrew
Russell,   H.   W	
Collins,  George   	
Forrester,  W. W |   148.50!
Foi rester, Isabella B !   148.501
42.001
60.00;
60.00)
60.001
60.00')
60.001
60.001
60.00|
Montgomery, J. B.
Montgomery, J. B.
Wilson, Emeiine   . .
Wilson,  Ralph   	
Wilson, Julia Ann
Wilson, Julia Ann
4'9.50|
49.50}
49.50
49.501
49.50)
49.50!
4.06
4.06
21.03
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.60
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.25
2.25
2.25
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
14,479.G0>$990.29
Notice is hereby given lliat the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the schedule mentioned above the sums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment 60 proposed' to be made
will be held on Wednesday, thg 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall. New
Westminster, Brftish Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council' at
least eight days prior to ?:ich Court of Revision.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
1 . City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4th, 1912.
Date of first publication June Oth, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Schedule showing the real pioperty immediately benefited and. the pro-
poitlon  in  -which  the assessment ls made on pep foot frontage.
Blk.    Lot.    Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
I
Frontage
FeeL
Amt.
S   6
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.61
9.02
4.51
9.02
6.20
3.82
4.61
*t   11
4.51
4oj
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
451
4.51
0.45
4.06
9.02
2.02
4.06
2.03
2.03
4.06
4.03
4.06
4.06
4.06
8.12
4.06
4.74
4.74
4.06
4.06
3.38
0.68
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.52
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
3,18
3.82
6.03
4.51
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
4.51
4.02
4.02
4.ft��
4.06
,39&
40
Eastman's
Reserve..
.8.9,35.1
etc. I
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
26
27
Hudson, Isaac  	
Hudson. Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Daniel   	
Maloney, Louise, Maud Mary
5D.O0|
50.00)
6o.0O|
50.00
50 001
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette j     5D;00
Shiles, Jennie L	
Loree, James C	
Loree, James C	
Brown. Evelyn T	
McPhail, George 	
Orr. V* llliam H. and John E.
Orr. William H. and John E.
Hatherley, Thos. R	
6o.uo
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
Eastman, Henry A |     9<!M\     6.1g
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
43
5 Wpt. pt.
S  7
S10
910
27
28
'Pt.
66x132
99x132
198x165
7
8
9
NE
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
17
18
1.9
20
21
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Hart, F. J., & Co., Ltd	
Townsend. William K*	
Jaidine, John B	
Major, Henry C	
Dougherty, James H	
1 endry, Robert R.	
Hendry. Robert R	
Bro,vn, Katie B.  -
Tether, Constance  	
Cunningham, J. W	
McPherson. Isabella Wilson ..   .
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McGill, Q. and Craig, Tho*. S...
Johnson, J. A ���;
V'd'enden, George  	
Jardine, J. B ���	
Dunn, C Celvanla    	
Murchie, E. D. and Jemmlna M.
Mountain, Harriet Luctedn	
Hill, Jane H. G. Estate	
Hill, Arthur E B	
Hill, Arthur ET B	
Edmonds, H. L. 	
Edmonds, H. L	
Rennie, Ellen J	
Dingle, Floience B. 	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Baber, Walter James   -	
Chappell, J. O	
Astle, Jamee W	
Rlmrfon   Guy 	
I Brown, Carrie A	
I McMillan, E. R.  	
I McPhail, George	
I McPhail. George 	
I MerrHlth, Elizabeth M -.
I Bouf hen, E. J. 	
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3.78
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LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New Westminster District.
A certlflcate 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    be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
Deed, dated. 8tb July, 1904, from
the British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank. of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), New Westminster District.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for Applicant.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect Jun* 2��d.
Toronto   and   Kamloops   local   will
I leave at 8:20 a.m.    Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m.    St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22.
3.19
y.M*
3.1!*
3.19
2.'1
2.XS.
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3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
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ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westmlnater
Or H. W.  Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Between Leeson, Dickie, Gross &
Company, Limited, Plaintiffs, and J
A. Tellier, Defendant.
To the above named defendant, J
A. Tellier:
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons datedvthe 3rd day or April, 1912,
has been foisued against you in the
above Court by Leeson, Dickie, Gross
& Company, Limited for 81556.09, being a balance due by you to them for
goods sold and delivered and for inteiest.
Thc following are the   particulars:
1911, Nov. 30. Goods sold and
���delivered   as   per    account
rendered 81520.61
Interest          35.48
Balance    overdue    and    payable       11556.09
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that an order to attach debts was issued herein under the Attachment, of
Debts Act on the said 3rd day of
April, 1912, against Dominion Trust
Company,  Limited  as  garnishee.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Court has, by order, dated
the 2nd day of May, 1912, authorized
service of the said Writ of Summons,
and of the said order to attach debts
on you by insertion of this notice In
a dally newspaper published at the
City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, for ten days.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
daj-8 after the expiration of tbe publication of this notice as aforesaid, to
cause an appearance to lie entered for
you at the office of the District Registrar of this Honorable Court, Court
House, Vancouver, and that in default
of your so doing the Plaintiffs may
proceed with' this aetion and Judgment may b�� given against you in
your absence.
Dated at Vancouver B. C, this 27th
day of May, 1912.
J. C. DOCKERILL.
Deputy District Registrar.
Fraser and   RJakney,   Plaintiff's   S<v
licitors.
��� ������_���j,
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Vlotoria 10
Ml. m���. 2' pi m. and 11:45.
Laftves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. 111. ati\l 11  p.  m.
Leaives Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Ru>-
pert and Northern Points 10 p, m.
Wedinesdiays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m,
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantie to the Pacuic.
in Cuba throughout tbe 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
bank-las; facility.
Kew Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
milimh Serrice     Bank of Montreal
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves  Chilliwack  7   a.m.  Tuesday,
Tfruesday and Saturday.
�� ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P   A.. Vancouver
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)
RE&ERVE   	
.$15,413,000X0
.*15,000,000.00
R672.
m�� MswHWe St
d. Mcelroy
CJ��limy Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning, /
Sewer Connecting)
Ps���pools. Septlo Tanks, E*c
REMOVAL NOTICE
E>. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster. B. C.
Workshop 6TT  Vietorta  Street.
��� Over Dally Newt.)
Branch** thiougnom Canada and
Newfoundland, ana In London, Rng-
*nd, New York, Ch'tago and Spokane,
D.8.A., aad Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let- <
ters ot CradH Issued, available with
sorreapondents lo all parts of the
world.
8avings Baak D*partmeai��� Deposits
-eeelved tn snms of fl and upward,
tnd Interest allows 1 at t par eent per
lonum  (preseat rate).
Total  Assets over 1186.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Watm,   Aerated Waten
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
fniaohena R  US   Ofnca: Prlncsss St
Notice Is hereby given 4kat the Corporation of the City of New Weatmlnster In'ends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the piopertles In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial
of complaints and appeals against ithe assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 2Sth day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
ln the forenoon, st the Council Chamber ln the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and env notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be ecried upon t'ie Clerk of the iMunlclpal Council at least
eight days prior lo such Court of Revision.
��      W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, 4th June, 1912.
Date ot first publication, 6th June, 1913. '
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und Workmanship guaranteed.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
211 8lxth  Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C
Subscribers
who do not receive   The News before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In thla way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENOER8 IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINE8S RELATIONS.
THE
Bankof Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 65 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND 8ATI8FACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
 , . ...    .   . ....
CAPITAL ....   ...JA.MftOOO
REST    ���.k..|5,e00,000
P1.'      '       '.     ��� '." 'i '*  '.'.,    '    ��� ��� ''
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B, O
���RANCH
J. ORACEY,  MANAGER.
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a mm
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
TElErS/CAMP
STOVES
at $1:50, pO, $5.50, S7.00
,..,!$,$11.00
Cooking
Utensils
of all kinds
^  108vL'
Anderson & Lusby
City News
jgmtmm
mmm ��sh
Point G:ey Herring .
Fresh Bme^tB. rgf ih.
Fresh Soles, (er ll)...
Red Spring Salmon  .
Uve Cod, [6fjt>. i/f.i
Fresh Halibut'	
..4 lbs. for 25c
 IOC
 lDc
. .2 lbs. for 25c
 10c
.3 lbs. for 25c
537 Fronts   -   Phone 301
does -TO&; Peksonal responsibility *k> YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAI.\ST.>..A,NY FRET OVER
FINANCES A��S��E8 YOUR DEATH ?
YOU CAN DO THAT BY TAKING
OUT A -L1FS -INSURANCE POLICY.
LET US TALK IT OVER WITH
YOU.
Alfred W. McLeod
Mrs. (Dr.) Mcjiay will not receive
today or ugain this season.
Mrs. J. C. Brown will not receive
today nor again until the autumn.
You would do well to call and see
the new styles of Mission furniture
at the Walsh Sash & Door Co.     **
Mr W. Q. Swan, assistant to the
chief lesidont engineer in B. C. of the
C. N. R., was in' the city yesterday
The Eraser Mills .Company .have
built a new timekeeper's office..
The Marmion arrived in pqrt.yes-
terday with a full cargo of cement
for Gilley Bros. She berthed a! tlieir
wharf late iu the afternoon.
The new wharf of the Belyea company is now completed. The capacity
of the coal bunkers 'has been added
to considerably.
Reward of $100 will be given to any
one who can make better doors' than
the Walsh Sash & Door Co,   ' , **
The government steamer A,dvnac
retimed yesterday from a trip u;i
tbs coast where Boiler Inspector'Peck
examine! various vessels.
Rev. F. L. and Mre, Carpenter, or
Milner. aie spending a few days in
East Burnaby, where Mr. Carpenter
was formerly pastor of ths Methodfet
;'' :u!!i
If vou do not buy ya-ir sash ftnd
doors at the Walsh Sae.h & Door
Co. we both lose money.
Ti:.�� oung ladles' bible class of the
Queens" Avenue Metho.list church
will hold a lawn social on the church
lawn 'his afternoon and evening. The
affair is open and everyone is invited to attend.
Reserved seats for Saturday's lacrosse match ate now on sale at H
Ryall's dru�� store, and all those
lioldin" conii limentary tickets are requested to make their reservations
as soon as possible.
Found ar the Walsh Sash & Door
Co.. on Fourteenth street, everything
in the line of sash and doors.      *��
Bears in the northern section of
Burnaby and young pheasants and
groi'se are running about like chicken?, in tl'e southern portion of the
municipality. This Burnaby is sure
pome hunters' paradise.
The tinsmithing and plumbing business lately conducted by Mr. A. 'lard-
���ia" iii)3 heen taken over b.v Mr. S.
P.   Da��is,   who  has  severed   his  con
BUILOlNC PERMITS FOR
C&EAMERY AND RESIDENCES
Since the bejinning of the week
there haa been a temporary lull in
the issire of permits from the building
Inspector's office. There is, however
proof that new houses and industrial
enterprises W'a springing up alntoal
daily in tlle /City. The Crystal Daily
company hjlfe bfen granted permission
to build a concrete and frame dairy
and creamery on Sixth aevntie oad
Sixth sliest, to cost $1,000, nn:l in addition to this, Mr. H." Matheson will
ereot a $351)0 eij.ht loomed one and
a half stor
street alio
William Turnbull, the wife'of the late
building inspector, wih reside in a
one and a half story house which is
to he hegira forthwith on Dublin
street.   The building wR| cost $3500.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C.  M.
Member of  the  Incorporated   Society
of Musicians  (England)
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald DodrU   j
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theorj', Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., applv    51    Dufferin
t   K^mth^avenuf^  street, New Westminster. Phone R4U.
tt!T" fimmMim
fl
SURREY WINS CASE.
Action  Brouqht by    Circassians    Adjourned TIM Wednesday Next.
The case of Saunders versus the
Municipality of Surrey was concluded
last evening, the jury bringing in a
verdict in favor of the defendants.
The plaintiff sought damages for Injuries he sustained while driving a
hors<3 and buggy over one of the
bridges in Surrey.
The civil  action  brought  by  eighteen Circassians against a contractor
named Mclntyre and others for wages
alleged to be due  was last evening
adjourned until    June    12,    by    His j
Honor Judge Howay.    The court se- !
cured   another  inteiproter  after    an :
hour's delay   causel b"y tte   non-np- j
pearance   of tlie   linguist,, who   h^d .
formerly appeared, and the case pro- '
ceeded along in a slow manner as on
Tuesday, fhe    double    interpretation
method still having to be employed.
"Take you your instruments, play you phe whiles".
TAMING  OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJQ, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
.:: f      /���by���  ; -,.
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For term*, Apply' at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
Goins to Bed In India.
Going to bed in India is a very
different process from |? ing to bed
in this country. To b��gin with, it
is a far less toflnal process 1 here
is in the hot season no shutting of
the door, no cutting yourself off Iron
the outer world, no going upstairs tiiwi
finally u��. getting into bed. You mete-
lv lie down on your bed, which, with
its bedding, is so simple as to be
worth describim;. The bed is a wooden frame with a webbing laced across
,t and each bed has a thin cotton
mattress. Over this one sheet 19
spread, and two pillows go t
bed, bolsters not bein;; used,
all. Some people do not even buve
the mattress, preferring the coolness
of a piece of fine matting.
each
mt's
m\
INSUKANGUI^
**X Prize Definition.
\ notably 4inU8ing answer was given by a student in the natural philosophy class at Edinburgh  University.
I'rof. Tait had given as one of the
questions   in   an   examination   paper,
"Define  transparent,  translucent and
opaque," which was dealt with by the
student thus: "I cannot precisely de-
tine  thesj  terms,  but  I can  indicate
nection   with   the    Modem     Heating I tlieir meaning in this way: The win-
and Plumbing company. dows   of   this   classroom    were   once
transparent;'they are now translucent
How ahout j-oiir garden ?    Ring; up I aIMj  i{ not cleaned very soon will  bo
phone LJS4 ami get  Tidy, the florist.
opaque.
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   'Weatmlnster.
to quote you prices on the best stock I     TJie answat igsined full marks irom
that ts  grown  In the country.    They \ lhe anu,3e.i ^fbfesBOT.
rhey   ,
3keta I
*���
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
ON ALL DEPOSITS
t *,
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
Toilet Preparations
Face Creams, Cold Crcamft,
after shave Flodla Waters,
Face Powders, Colgate':3 and
all toilet requisites.
SEELY'S INVISIBLE
COLD CREAM
T. A. Muir & Co.
Prescription Druggists.
Four doors oust of the Bank
of Montieal.
New W*atmlnsi:er. CC.
make  n  s; ecialty  ot hanging baskets
and window boxes.
Captain E. .1. Fader arrived heie
yesterday from Victoria where he has
het-.n <:nea,~d upon business in connect i-:n with the scheme for Unking
up this city with the capital by a fast.
1 nssonj-er and freight stervice via tbe
Fraser route.
Have you seen the new front door
just out at the Walsh Sash &. Door
Co. ? **
Another large land deal waa consummated in Burnaby this week
v.hen four acres of cleared property
near Gilley were sold for $:::>,000.
The lund in question was owned by
Mr. Fr.inlt Warner and the ne��v owners are Messrs. Burr and Nason, of
Vancouver.
The government- suction dredge
King Edward leaves this morning toy
the North Arm, where she will resume her work of deepening the
river. Yesterday a string of scows
went down river assisted by a nig
which were la len with pipes. These
will he used by the diedge.
The depth of the water in ;he
Fiaser has fallen one foot ieven
inches since Ma.- 31. Owing to the
present hot weather, the fall is only
temporary, and the melting tuio'v
from the mountains will no doubt
bring the height io somewhere near
last year's record.
fl special car left Vancouver yesterday morning carrying a tarty,
consisting of members of the ladi<s
Orange Order to Abootsford whew.
������i grand lodge sesion was held yester-
dty. Many of the local loily? Joinc'
the ear at thc local dej>o'. 'Ide whole
party  returned  late  last evening,
Donald MacTavish, a Vancouver
automoHlst. apf'Oaiel be'ore Magls
trate Walker on Tuesday charged
with driving cn the wrong side of the
Edmonds road. His case was adjourned last week for him to [procure coun-
pel, but this was of no. avail antl r
fine of $1(1 and costs was assessed
against hlm.
Westminster must be an attraction
for teachers throughout the Dominion
as no less than 180 applications have
been received by the local school
hoard for positions on the staf at thc
Uo. al bity schools. The ttustiees ure
havinpr a har-l matter simmering these
down to a respectable number before
I any appointments can ho made. Early
mornlnr; Biltitfgs are still in order.
Tossing,,In a Blanket.
Tossing in fr-blanket was formerly a
punishment for insubordinate volunteers inlEngland during the Napoleon
panic period- 'The Westminster boys
once seized a bookseller, Curie, who
had pirated and published the head
king's scholar's oration without permission, and after tossing him in a
blanket ducked him under the pump
und kicked him out of the dean's
vard
���    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.
H. RYALL
Druggist and Optician
Phone 57.      New Westminster.
ALWAYS
The  latest  styles,   first  class    workmanship,  and  entire   satisfaction   by
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorn*   $tre<Jt,   New   Westminster.
AT  THE   ROYAL   THEATRE.
A rule that is a good one is carried
ont from time to time when he opportunity presents itself by th.e management of the Koyal theatre. This
rule is that no matter how big an act
may  be k shall  be engaged  b.v  this
house whenever procurable. For tbo
lust three days ol tilts wee.t, stu ting
at today's matinee, tbe big feature
will be Cuillgan's Nashville students.
TIUb troupe consist,-) of tight talented darkies who pet form all kinds of
stunts. Mr. Culligan. the manager,
has been identified with colored minstrels for the last 2S years. For seven
consecutive seasons he had the only
blr; double Uncle Tom's Cabin company on the road, and It was voted
a big success by press and publlc
throughout the North American continent. One act with this show is
worth the admission price alone; it
is that of the Oreat Herndon, the
"Wizard of Hoopville." He can do
almost anything with a common every
day barrel hoop. The Nashville students will give a daily band concert
on Columbia street.
BURNABY
AC
A G E
Lcslti - Isiand.
In City  Limits
h. ' ��� ���
Four ancl a half aces, all tl;ared, .undir-drUnEd r.nd printed In
ro'at:es end tnir.ll frvi'.; new six roomed house; large bsrn, chicken
���houses and o'.her buildings. Cltv water in house and barn. This is
below market value.   See u3 at once.
ITE, SHILES & CO.
; Columbia Street New Westminster
E. H. BUCKUN, N. BEARDSLEB.       W. F. H. BUCKLIN.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.       Vice-Prealdent Sec. wnd Treae.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
    LUMBER CO., LTD.   ==
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Daalera In
Tir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
����hone�� No   �� and 877.   Shingles,  Sash.  Doers.   Mouldings. Etc..
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Far.;) a: 5 and 5:45
a.m. r.nd every 15 mim:te3 thereafter
until 9 p.m., wi;h half hourly service
until 11 p.m., la.3t car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���a.; ��, ;, J:30j 8 and S:30
a.m., regular service thereafter'.
(Via Burnab; ) at 5:45. (1:45 and 8
a.m.. wilh hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays-
Firs; car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Fburn;) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays��� First car at 8 a.m, regular
service thereafter.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday,
MAKE   VOL'R   PLANS   TO
TAKK   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FFiASEFi VALt-CY LINE.
For Chitll\vec'<  und  '.ray  rolnt3 at
IV.30  a.m..  31:29 and  6:10  p.m.    For
Huntingdon and way points 1:05 p.m.
W. R. QILLEY. Phona 122.
G. E. QILLEY, Phona 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 1��.
>ros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  8TREET  WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealera In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR   MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for aale or rent while price* are low
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little syatemattcully, (or It la th* stuff that th* foundations of wen it ti and happtnaaa ar* built of.
Money may be uaed ln two waya; to ipend for what la
needed now aud to invest for what ahall be needed ln tb* future.   Money cannot be Invested until It la Drat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth atreet
A. L. UEWAR, General Manaoar O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Mrs. Fred Durgen.
The fi<!a(li  ocrurrc.l    on    Tuesday
evening of Mrs. Frorl Durjifn at ker
toir.<" in  Murrayvllle.    Deceased was
<>5 yr*\re o'.A.    The funeral   will    lie .
held  ui  '.he  Koman   Catholic church ,
thia morninit a*  10:30 o'clock.    Mur
chip & Son hn\e t'.ia:'i,e o'. 17:3 funeiat
airangtnienU.
Well located Burnaby acre:i��e Is getting scarce and UV* most good
things is in pretty stions demand. It won't lit; long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vnncouver will have been subdivided into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almoEt any r.rlce he may care lo ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking; Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings mad and the Uurnaby l.n'.ie tram line, is about tho
lust piece of acreage left at a reasonable j rice. Uurnaby Lake pro-
porty Is selling at from I11000 per acre nnd np. We can quote a price
away below that, and we can give good terms.
SIGNET RINGS
SOLID GOLP SIGNETS-Your Choice for
$5.50
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THE
JEWELER
F. L HART & CO., LT
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marina Insurance.
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stoclt of thc Crown Timher and Tradlna
Company and 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, Now Westminster  and  Cree��#nt  Valley,  B.  C.

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