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OLD SOL MAKES HIS AHMANCE
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GOING UP
FORGING AHEAD
BUHPED AGAIN
CURRENT EVENTS AS CAUGHT BY OUR STAFF CARTOONIST, TOM TOMPKINS.
MOTHER AND BABY
DASHED TO DEATH
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Mrs. Richard Garnet Harvey of Vancouver and Infant Son
Instantly Killed In Automobile Accident���Mr. Harvey
Badly Injurtd���Two Other Children Escape Unhurt
A ten ible automobile t:agedy. In
which two Vancouver persona were
killed, marred the usual quiet Sunday in the district yesterday. Word
was received here in the city about 5
o'clock yesteriay afiernoon tliat there
had been a bad accident along the
���river road between here and Ladner,
and assistance was immediately s<jnt
to the scene. There were foun.1 the
lifeless bodies of Mra. Klcliard Harvey, together with her one year old
baby boy pinned underneath rhe car.
while Mr. Harvey was lying bally Injured on tbe side of the road.
The accident happened a few minutes to a o'c.ock, while Mr. Hatvey,
who wes driving hls own car, waa returning with hie family from a trip
to Ladner. 'lhe ca-- wai mo.Jiting tbe
hill near the Industrial cannery plan:
at the time tiie accident happened.
The road at this point has a dangerous turn and together with the sandy
substance of the roa'.bed, is noted for
lta danger to all automobile driven.
Fell  Into Flavlne.
Just how the accident happened Ib
unknown a: this time, hut the tracks
of the car ehow it to have been running about four feet, from the deep
ravine on one side of tbe road before
it toppled over  the embankment.
Thc bodies of Mis. Harvey and the
babe wore brought to the Fales undertaking rooms, while Mr. Harvey and
tbe other two children, who were in
the car at the time, were taken on
to Vancouver. Tbe latter were unhurt, but Mr. Harvey was hurried to
the Vancouver general hospital suffering from a badly wiencbed back.
William Skene's Daughter.
The deceased. Mrs. Harvey, was
the daughter of Mr. William Skene.
an old time resident of Vancouver,
who recently retlied from the secretaryship of tbe Vancouver board of
trade, and who Is widely known
throughout the Dominion. iMr. Skene
was notifled of the accident and was
brought by automobile to the city late
last evening. He appeared visibly affected hy the awful calamity, and his
manv friends both in this city and
elsewhere will be sorry to hear of his
loss.
Mr. Richa-d Garnet Harvey is a
member of the firm of Lowen, Harvey
& Humble, real estate and financial
agents, of Vancouver, and Is very well
known in this section of the continent.
His brother is accountant al' the government penitentiary In tha city.
Coroner McQuarrie was called to
the case last evening, but. after a
hrief examination declared there was
no need of cn inquest being held, unless the police of Delta municipality
can throw anv more light on the accident. The bodies of the victims will
be removed to the family residence.
1619 Barclay street, Vancouver, this
morning, the funeral arrangements
not yet being announced.
ANOTHER   ACCIDENT.
Runaway Smash  Up    Causes    Lively
Sccr.es in City.
An exciting runaway about 10:30
o'clock last evening caused no little
commotion among the passengers
awaiting a car at the local depot of
the B. C. E. K. The horse, driven by
a Mr. Haverstock, who owns the animal, took fright while rounding the
corner of Carnarvon and Sixth streets.
One of tie bind wheels of the rig
hioke off, pitching out the rider.
The horse raced wildly towards the
Fashion liver, stables and left what
little of the buggy that remained at
tbe coiner of Kighth st eet,��the two
thrills being all that was hanging on
to the harness.
Dashing down the st-eet. Mr. l.orre
took  a notion  Of hhowin-   the   I}.  C
lv   R.  that  the equine was not  alto
tether  a    "has    beeu''    an.l    massed
tin ough the depot, did a little spurt'
along  Front street,  and   tlnally   came
to grief at tli�� Brunette street switch
whe-e it collided with an automobile
The animal was ln a badly damaged
condition when brought back to the
stable.
BINDING CLOSER
[AST AND WfST
Telegraph Business and Expansion of
Lines   Indicates  General   Prosperity in Weat
JAPANESE KILLED.
On Interurban Line Between Eburne
and   Vancouver.
The Intern, ban local running be-
tween Rlvi.rne function and Vancouver claimed a life yesterday afternoon when a voung Japanese was
crushed to death beneath the wheels
Up to the time of going to .press
details regarding the tragedy, or the
unfortunate man's name could not be
ascertained.
Winnipeg, Man., June 16.���James
Kent, manager of :be C. P. R. Telegraphs, arrived here Friday from
Montreal on his way west on nn annual trip of inspection. Monday he
will be at Saskatoon, and thence hiB
ltlue:ary will be Edmonton and Calory to Vancouver and Victoria, returning via the Crows NKd and the
main line from Medicine Hat.
He said that the company has
strung another wlie between Montreal and Winnipeg which would be
continued west. They were putting
in a new wire between Montreal and
Winnipeg each year nnd f.om one to
two wires went west of Winnipeg annually.
Business has never been better, especially ln the west and thl* ls one
of Ihe most reliable testa of prosperity of lhe country.
ANXIETY ENTERTAINED
FOR LOCAL PASSENGERS
AWARD CONTRACT
FOR BIG WHARF
W. A. Gilley Will Construed: for Syn-
dicate Associated With
E. J. Fader.
During the latter*, part of the week
Mr. E. J. Fader, acting for a syndicate
of English capitalists, awarded a contract for the construction of a new
wharf 600 feet ln length to Mu-. W. A.
Gilley, who win commence the work
immediately.
The location of the new wharf Is
above the bridge adjoining Mr. Fader's old wharf. Just where shipping
can be handled most conveniently.
It is tho intention of the company to
et?c: huge coaling bunkers on the
wharf to provide a facile means of ingoing and outgoing ste.inters and other vessels with ccal. The erection
of these bunkers of necessity requires
a foundation built to withstand the
s:: ain both of current and of weight
and thlg has heen provided thoroughly lor aB the entire lower | ortlon ot
160 feet In length is to be built upon
HOSPITAL PLANS    .
NOW COMPLETED
. ���
Accommodation   for   Three   Hundred
..Patients���On   Present   Site���Full
Description.
WORK, WORK, WORK
FOR WESTMINSTER
Committes of Progressive Association Enrolled In Teams Begin Campaign Today-Five Hundred Wanted This Week
���Bright Prospects���Luncheon Wednesday.
In company with Alderman Gray,
chairman of tlie hospital committee,
on Fiiday morning, Mr. S. B. Birds'
architect ot Vancouver, placed the
plans of the proposed $100,000.00 hospital, for which a bylaw wlll be submitted to the voters of thia city on
the 26th inst, In the hands of Mr. T.
Turnbull, the building inspector, who
win go Into them carefully, once the
bylaw is passed and leeommeui the
necessary alterations.
The new hospital wi'.l (subject to
the endorsaiion of the bylaw) stand
upon the site of the old Royal Columbian Hospital at Sapperton, having a
frontage on Columbia street of 312
feet and a depth of 14-1 feet. It is of
thiee-s:ory construction, and concrete, brick and stone are tho most
esential  of tlie  materials which will
WAS  HAliD TO  BREATHE.
Effect of
Berthed
Volcano���Roman
Last Ninht.
The good ship Roman pulled In last
evening loaded with 200,000 pounds of
halibut. Quite a crowd of lnteieaied
spectators lined the wharfs to watch
the ceremony of tying up, which was
accomplished without a hitch. The
Roman was not away for the .u.3iual
length of time, and perhaps this accounts for the she ot the catch. She
went as far north as Goo3e Island.
Asked whether he or the ere* felt
any eject from the recent volcanic
distmbances in Alaska, the skipper
stated to a Westminster Daily News
man last evening that great dilTlruity
was experienced In breathing during
last. Monday, and a heavy mist or
smoke settled over the water.
Today begins the Progressive association^ campaign for members.
Each committee is a team, and the
aim of every man concerned ls to put
500 names on the roll by Saturday
evening. This will not he done without hard work, but the enthusiasm Is
there, and the Pi ogress men have
little doubt that when the end of the
week comes there will be DOO workers
Tor Weatmlnster organized In the
Royal City. It lg up to every citizen
worthy of the name, they say, to see
that they make good. '
Some people have told Che executive that they have ret out for a big
thing, but they re;ily that to hit high.
il ia necessary to aim high, an .1 they
are confident that if their men do
their work properly that tht;,- will
have no difficulty In attaining their
object. It Is alvo poiu.cd o .���: Uiat
| there le no necessity for ani-one
steamers ln addition to the Nellie G. ]     Down  ln  the basement   the   plana I
Thurston, which is now In their pos-j Indicate   the   position   of the   stove-\
session under the command   of   Cap-
lain h. H. Ford.
Mr. E. J. Fader has stated that just
recently two contracts for building
two large barges have been awarded
to Mr. E. JMecer. of the Star Shipyard, the capacity of the largest one
being placed at 1000 tons.
PLAN  GREAT RECEPTION
FOR WOMEN VISITORS
Arrangement's are now practically
completed for the entertainment of
rhe delegates to the annual   conven-
there, are Way vtl>o ax��
l^wiy to loU��. Those bave tttrty to
icati down at Uie oflltce on CoVutnWa
rooma   linen    rooms,  sitting     Mning  MMI I     fMTFDT 1 111 \ street to register their names or give
ancl  col  storage   rooms,  pul^c,   ��^!TflLL   LUlLUl WW \ ta up to any one of '.he energetic
ln
private   wards,   bathrooms,   Isolulon
wards, confinement wa:ds for suffer
ers from delirium tremens, roao>3 ior
the convenience
drug  room,   dispensary,
piles, post mortem
ratory,   datkroom, and   X-raj^dpar
m< nt.    The heating apparatus,; which
will consist of a mammoth. bcLwater
furnace, will also be situated-*! the
basement.
On the ground floor ther.
lie,   private,   semi-private
tlon wards, operating roo.
tion of the Women's Foreign Mission-  ^,^^1 pat|enta and o;
Ty Society of the Presbyterian
:hu"ch who will visit this city next
Friday. The convention Itself will
open ln Vancouver, but it Is anticipated tliat 300 or more delegates will
visit Westminster.
Special cars leave Vancouver at 1
o'ciock on Friday afternoon for Ae
?onvenience of the delegates arriving
in this city at 2 o'clock. At the tram
station the rorty will,   be   met   and
aken over the new B. C. Electric
Millside extension tram line to
Eraser Mills, where an hour will be
devoted to sightseeing about the
iigantlc plant of the Canadian Western Lumber Co., Ltd., after which
they embark for a trip on the river ln
the Senator Jansen, one of the mill
.���ompany's boats which has already
been secured by the committee.
A reception In St. Andrew's church
at which tea and refreshments will
be served will complete the afternoon.
An exhibition of lacrosse may be arranged for before the delecates return to Vancouver In the evening.
j ambulance lobby, apartmei
lting      doctora,    secret^r
nurses'   dining    room,
room. kitcfleh, laundry,
corridor a*HM^BBea:si.
The   flrst'TIoor con
where   the   patients'
wheeled out of the '
fresh air and sunshine, ri
male   and femi'e    litem
scuff,  private,  mmi
lie wards, chart 4��ip��w
scullery, house surajeoaa'
matron's room, board room \m
tron'e sitting room. I      /        ,
The top floor ls practically similar
to the first floor with the exception
that the operating rooma and nurses
apartments have been added to lt.
A feature of the new building wll:
be the elevators, which are designed
especially to accommodate cots and
stretchers with patients who may of
necessity be conveyed to or from the
wards, operating rooms, etc.   A ".tele-
SEATTLE AUTOISTS
Sightseeing Motorists from Across the
Border to Be Accorded Royal
Welcome.
thirty who are actively engaged
the campaign.
Perfect Harmony.
One strong point the association
claims in its favor, is that i'e work
ls to be carried on in perfect harmony
with that of the board of trade and
the city's publicity commissioner-
Thanks to the arrangement evolved by
the three organizations at luncheon
the otlier day there will be no clashing and no over-lapping of the three
activities, and    tbe   association   has
.t i. proposed by the entertainment I ^^'^ ^XmsV^
committee of theprogressivef associa- \f����ft^��&R the cRy^
that  whe i the party of 300 or  WBd thfl oIder bodtes"
'Continued on P����r�� Ktaht.>
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BURNABY'S TREASURY
AIDED BY OFFENDERS
Edmonds, June 16.���Two more autoists appeared before Magistrate
Walker yesterday morning charged
with driving on the wrong side of the
Edmonds road. These we>e Mr. 9.
V. Trapp, of New Westmlnsi'er, and
Mr. J. McMillan. The foi mer got off
with $6 and coats, while the latter
received a penalty of $20 and costs.
Three men were charged with blasting without permlta and their fines
added to the treasury to the tune of
$100 beside tbe costs.
Mr. A. L. Lavery, of thla city,
���fated last evening that hts daughter
Hlauche and lifer aunt, Mother Alberta,
of St, Joseph's academy, Toronto,
were passengera on the C. P. R. passenger t-aln No. 3 which was report..
ed wrecked near Banff on Saturday
night
Mlss Blanche and her annt were en
route for Vernon. B. C, where tbey
were to participate In the golden
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John
Markham, the parents of Mother
Mberta. Mrs. A. L. Lavery, her
daughter Yvonne, and her eon Wilfred, left for Vernon on Saturday
afternoon on the same enanl. Mr.
Lavery has not received any word
ftom his daughter since, hearing of
the accident and ts naturally very
anxious.
ANNOUNCEMENT BY
THE PUBLISHERS
automobilists from Seattle peas
gh this city on Monday, the 24th
en route for  North  Vancouver,
will  be waylaid  and invited  to
guest* of tlie association   at
luncheon in Queens park.
i'u tour U under the auspices oi
Automobile  club  of   the    Pusct
kJ<S*T
he suggestion that the hospUali'y
of tbe Progressive association be extended to"" tho travelers original ly
eame rrom Mr. W. J. Kerr, chairman
of the entertainment committee, who
brought  the  matter  up at a special
Rally of Workers.
Every evening ther* will be a rally
of workers ln the association's offices,
when tihe count for the day wlll be
made out, notes will be compared
and plans for the morrow Ibid so that
no worthy cit'zen will be able to say
that he was not asked to Join the association.
First  Luncheon.
Attention, is alao drawn to the fact'.
that on Wednesday the Progress men-
hold their flrst lunches*,   Tickets for
flfty cents wlll be ob^Sifte from noon
mcetiii"   of  Vn*  Proeressive assicla-1 today and the committee In charge Is
!SS^^^-r*s\ssri^ssx^&'i-.
Reduction on Cement.
Toronto. Ont., June Hi���Much competition Is expected as the reeult of
the government's reduction of duty
on cement, the cement companies
yesterday announced a reduction of
10 centa a barrel for Ontario. Thia
reduction may be extended to the
western provinces.
The Westminster Dally News ia the
paper for Westminster people.
We atand for progress. An independent paper for an Independent peo-
.1*.
Westmlnater la on the eve of big
development. The Westminster Dally
Newt meana to keep pace with that
development. At'present we are doing
the best wc can with the meana, machinery and 'men at our disposal.
Right now you may reid all the
'atest loc-1 newa with your breakfast
bacon, news of the events of your own
city���every department covered.
It depends upon your support to
he'p us to bring to you the latest
newa of the whole world. At present
our wire service is limited, but we in
to papera published elsewhere for ful-
l.-r Intelligence of the news of the
world.
WE PRINT THE NEW8.
WE WANT TO pr:INT MORE
NEW8.
You cin help us to achieve thia end
by showing thla paper to your friends,
by tei'ing tham that the Westminster
Daily News is not affiliated with any
corporation or political party either
directly or Indirectly. It Is owned and
conducted by ths National Printing
and Publishing Co., Ltd., a joint stock
company composed of prominent loca'
men. Its aim Is to advance the
growth and progress of this city and
district, and to contribute to the happiness *nd well being of Its people.
If you have a newa Itam which you
the
and
the beauties of Westminster .md :he
tower mainland, and it was hl^"i tln.e
tor the people of this city to take tie
Initiative aud provide the mcvmn .f
enlightening them upon the snb;io*.
As every member was In tho ohV��
accord with 'Mr. Kerr's suggestfin thi
matter was left in the hands ". ;he
entertainment committee, who verr
authorised fo make the neoes^i-v arrangements for entelfldlntn? H��e
transients.
support the city's interests are lit*.
vited to purchase a ticket Once they
have pot to the luncheon, lt Is not
likely that they will come away without Joining with the bunch. Everybody's for progress these daya and
there ia no lack of support for the
new organization.
tend In the very near future to install
more machinery and a complete tela-' think wlll be of interest ring   up
graphic news service. i Westmlnater  Dally  News office
Papera and public are inter-depend-  tell us about it���or better still have
ent and co-operative.   Just so far as  our representative call on you.
you help us we will help you, and ao,    We aim to print all the live local
relieve you of the necessity of turning   NEWS WHEN IT 18 NEW8.
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FRUIT8 OF THE EARTH.
From their Present Condition Promise
Bumper Harvest.
According to a canvas made among
the farmers of the Fraser valley, they
have no cause for %rutmbling as to
the state of the crops ln that section.
The hay crop appears to be coming
bumper, the warm weather ot April
and May bringing it out fine, while
last week's rain came at an oi��ortune
time. The eame might be snld a* to
the grain prospects especially In the
highlands.
Potatoes cannot. be estimated aa
jet, but the tops are looking flne and
the wiseacres are pretty well satisfied.
The strawberry crop a-ound Mission is now being harveste.l and Ut��
luscious fruit Isi just beginning to hW
the local market, While the American1 market is said to be a good one,
Ihere appears to be no reason why
the local one should not command a
fair price on account of the abort
haul which brings the crates into the
city In better condition.
Wire'ess . Men to Listen.
London, June 16.���At Friday's session, of the International Radlo-Tele-
isaphie conference, a resolution wm
adopted suggesting that wireless operators on ships at sea, reserve their
duties out of each 15 minutes they
are on duty and ceaoe sending to listen for danger cal'.s.
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GOVERNOR  HUGHES IN
PRESIDENTIAL RACE
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��� PRESIDENTIAL RACE ���
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��� Chicago, June 16.���A   move- ���
��� ment   in   behalf   of   Justice ���
��� Charles   E.   Hughes,   of   the ���
��� United States supreme court, ������
��� as a compromise candidate for ���
��� president, took   definite   form ���
��� hero today. ���
��� Justice     Hughes     defeated ���
��� William R. Hears*, tor gover- ���
��� nor of New York slate In 1900 ���
��� and was again elected in 1908, ���-
��� but waa appointed to supreme ������
��� court bench by President Taft, ���
��� before he finished his term ot ���
��� office. ���
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RATES. '
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for 1��ps than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
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TO RENT.
FOR RENT���RIGHT IN THE HEART
of a delightful residential district,
two pleasant, rooms with modern
conveniences and use of telephone
include!. Car line runs right by
the door. Apply 4113 12th street,
corner of Fifth avenue, or Hox 02
News Office.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
"WANTED���WOMAN TO DO GENER-
al housework. Apply Mrs. T. J.
Armst'.ong, HO Sixth streel.
WANTED���CABINET MAKERS AND
bench men. Apply Westminster
Woo hvorking company.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE;
reasonable. Enquire 112 or 428
Fourteenth street.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
701 Fourth avenue.
ROOMS.
FOR RENT���NICE REAR BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen.
Apply 021 Carnarvon street.
WANTED���BICYCLE IN GOOD CON-
diticn     Apply Box til News office.
WANTI-.D-PLASTE'lER TO FIGURE
cn ho se on Nanaimo near Sixteenth
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
WANTED���LADY WANTS TO DO
plain sewing and mending at home.
Box 65 News o.Tice.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTED TO RENT���STABLE SUIT-
able for two horses, near Fifth
jtvenue and Eighth street. Phone
829. i
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE    RE-1
quire    two   comfortable    furnished I
rooms;    old   country    family   pre-,
fened.    Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
ROYAL
PERSONAL.
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
purchased a canvas hammock at
Cuulngham Hardware Company
early this wee'*, call in and get a refund of the price paid.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
PROPERTIES.FOR SALE
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRESSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, 55 McKenzie street.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
W\NTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.    APPLV
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
MONEY TO LOAN ON RESIDBN-
tlal property: lowest current rate,
payable In five years with privilege
of repayment In three; easy monthly payment plan. National Finance
Co.. Ltd., 521 Columbia stieet.
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE ��� FURNITURE FOR
light housekeeping cheap. Room 8, |
Smith Block.
FOR SA.LK���BMPlftii AND SMITH
Premier typewriters, in first class
shape.    A snap.    News office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR 1MMEDI-
ate Eale, six roomed hoiiBe, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
A SNAP���Lot on London street, partly clea:el, 50xl��0 to lane; good and
high. Price $800; $3500 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.   No. 397.
THREE    GOOD      LOTS���Facing    on
Twelfth street between Fourth and
Fifth avenue. Price ?7000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.   No. 401.
CLEARED FIFTH STREET LOT���In
good locality. 52x150. Price $1500:
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.    No. 324.
EDINBURG STREET LOT���Size 50
by 132 to lane. Close to Henley
street. Price $1200; one-quanter
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 207.
LARGE SIXTH STREET LOT���
Cleared, Eize 58x148: bet .\ een
Fourth and Sixth avenues. Pilce
$3000; cne-quarter cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.   No. 144.
FOURTH STREET LOT���All cleared
and in grass. Sl/.o 52x160. Price
$1400; one-third cash, balance 6, 12
and 1& month.1.    No. 228.
The People's Trust Co., L'.d.
451 Columbia Street. Phono 669.
HEWHG'S BOOK.
Hi*
Hew the Canadian Artls' Sold
First Literary Work.
Arthur hemhi.? ia known tn a good
many readers, not only as an illustrator, but as a writer ��� of magazine
stories and one biok. The book,
"Spirit Lafte." which is all a Btory
about the Ojibways towards Hudson
Bay, has behind it a story, and a good
one.
It was while lie wns wintering with
Wm. Honry Howe, the cattle painter,
at Bronxville, N.Y., that Heming
conceived the notion tha' lie would
like to write the story of how the
Ojibways put in their queer, Weird
lives from one winter t*. the next.
This, of course, would mean a fresh
winter tri..> to the north. He took a
train dowii to, the city, and went tq
The Outlook. Not knowing the name
of the art editor or the heads of any
departments, lie asiked the elevator
man. Introducing himself to the \ietu\
of the art department, he told hin\
what he intended to do. ,
'But whnt do you expect us to do?'*
was the question.
"Write nie an advance check for %
thousand dollars, give me the serial'
rights on my stuff and I'll go nortlii
and set you material for the hook."
This radical suggestion was ronvejr-
ed to the chief, who, after listening ton
the much-inearnest delivery of the
Canndain artist, took him nt his word,
wrote the check and gave him the
assignment.
From there Heming went to another magazine which had already handled a series of his drawings lor Frns-
er's "Sn'zadn Tales." To the editor
of that he proposed to sell the serial
rights of the same thing. The offer
waa accepted. Immediately Heming
hied himself to an outfitter's emporium and made a deal for a complete
camp outfit of most elegant proportions including everything a man can
possibly lug into the wilderness nnd
use to advantage. At another store
he got a Mauser rifle and a hundred
rounds of ammunition.
Thus equipped, the trailsman hit
out for the fnr north. He wns gone
all winter. He got his material. He
came baek to civilization, and just
before he started for Kngland to study
with Brangwyn he conceived the idea
of throwing the wliole thing into the
form of short stories wliich could be
combined to make the book.
Hence came the book "Spirit Lake,"
which was made nearly twenty years
after Heming had gone his first snow-
shoe trip in the north from Mattawa
to Temiskaming; and he sold the
serial rights of "Spirit Lake" In four
separate countries, Kngland, France,
the United States and Canada.
So he ia a walking and enthusiastic
encyclnpnedia of the life on the un-
railroaded   edges   of   the   north.    He
haa studied most of the Indian tribes
that ritch their camps between Montreal   and   Alaaka;   from   the   Sarcees
down in the cow-hills to the Lochieux
up the Peel in the Yukon.   He knows
the joys  of  the   bull   moose  and  tlie
sorrows  of  the   whale.    He   has  burrowed    after   little   game   and   gone
stalking after the big.    From the fur
of a mink  or the mound of a  musk-
rat   to   the   blubber  of  a   bull   whale
just off the harpoon is the zoologies.'
ranse o�� his acquaintance with north
ern  animais.   He lias V  >-od niinin.i
fsm;-s and come down with th'  river-
dr.ver.-.     And  with   v.'.atsoev
ol crew he hit the r.-'*t or '
lie took  ofl his coat  and  hi
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
CLEVER   NEW   TOYS.
Up    to     Data     Dolls
That Roll Their Eyes.
FOR   SALS
most new.
-A   HELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth street.
AL-
*"OR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
���oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
SINGING TEACHER.
Wantel���Teacher for singing in thf
N'ew Westminster schools, duties tc
commence September 1. Application?
statins; qualifications and salary re
quired to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of .lune in.
L. AVORY  WHITE,
Secretary  Boa-d  of ^Miool  Trustees.
New \\ estminster, B.C.
CITY OP NEW WESTMINSTER.
Engineering Department���Tenders for
Sidewalk Lumber.
Assessment Commissioner's Office.
To all real estate dealers and others
I who are acting for owners of property
Tenders are invited and will be re-. in or out of the city, you wouid confer
���ceived by the   undersigned up   till 5 I a favor on all concerned bv giving me
p. m. on Friday, June 21, 1912, for the . a list of the propertv for which you
sort
trail
"ollar
mket
vn to
ibor
snpply of Sidewalk Lumber.
Particulars anl specifications may
be had on application to the Engineer's oiffc-c, Municipal Hall, Edmonds,
B. C.
Tenders will not be considered unless ma ie out on the forms supplied.
The Council does not bind itself to
accept the lowest, or anv tender.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS.
Compt'oiler.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C,
June 12, 1912.
CiTY OF  NEV/ WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for M. H. Covers, Etc.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
supplying and delivery of about 70
cast i:on manhole cove-s and frames,
Also B similar number of galvanized
iron dirt boxes tnd six lampho'.e
covers.
Further particulars can bp Obtained
from the oiTioe of the Cltv Engineer.
Tenders to be deposited with the
dty Clerk by tbe ITtli day of .lune,
1012.
Th�� lowest or any tender not neces-
sa:iiv a.ci'i ted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Juno 7, 1912.
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 W, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
are acting as agent on or before the
first, day of July, so that tax demand'
notice may be sent to you direct, thus
enabling all property ownira. who are
living outside the city and represented
here, to take adv��nta^e of the full re
hate period which expires on Aueual
15.
F. Bll OAD.
Assessment Commissioner.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving,
The Corj oration invites lenders foi
paving tlie following streets:
Sixth Avenue, fiom Flrat to Fourth
Streets,
Fifth Avenue, fiom First to Foufth
Streets.
Fouith Avenue, f;om Fir3t lo
Fourth Streets,
Third Avenue, from First to Fourth
Streets.
Fiist Street, from Royal to Sixth
\ venues.
Second Street, from (Hinton Place
to sixth Avenue,
Fourth street, 'from Columbia
Street to Sixth Avenue.
Tenders will be received for the
following types of pavement:
Asphaltic: Concrete.
Bllulithic.
I'assam.
Vitrified Bricks,
Wood uiooks (creosoted).
Contractors for lavements must
nlso lay tho necessary Concrete Si:le-
wallts, Lateral Storm Sewers and
other works contingent thereto.
Plans and specifications pan lie obtained fiom J. W. B. Biuckman. City
Engineer, upon depositing a cheque
value $25.00.
The lowest or any tender net necessarily accepted.
Tenders to bo deposited by .",
o'clock, with the undersigned, on thd
17th of June. 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 5, 1912.
.ind put'on his jear.s iind hi-
dat or liis moeess.n- and gol
t.h<*. bras! tacks ot Lv.uine ir r
-Au:u-fOs Bridle in The ���','.
���ir James' Humor.
A w.-'H^nown nw?pnp��r n >��� who
writ"* tjijt political leaders f. r ;t Way
���in* t 'tBiiy in Toronto tell, ���),.. f0l.
lowing 'slpy on himself:
TV erlifcwal writer ha.- a fa'nilinr
surname AS' the same e';i--, -,,. Hrown.
hut he b*�� enough '.'iv :, >:.i.iips to
fill a snri(ill'*l"the-i line. Burin; the
last provi.flfeiil ��� lections lie ha ( l)CC:{
gnlhni.i Sir Jam ���- Whitney
phooe. 8ir .Ititih's m c-1 .
his blunt, brti-nu ��� mann-r
ll^in the vriv Tsath'.ii
ne was true to hia re-
own speak.ru," th�� erli-
lrjjan ���"Brown, Sir
t). Y. P. Brown. Br.w,,
that,   what's    thnt:-"    m-
Pr'pDiicr, in rapid, sharp,
ThiVi* Brown, editorial \vrit"r nf
Th,. __-._Mr.fi. 0. Y. P. Brown, edi-
t'iriul writer���you know���H, I). Y. I'
Brown, of Th������ -, yrn know." the
ncwtfiup'T man explained repeate llv
and slowly,
"Brown, n-it-ii-hom���Brown, you
say���let nie - . . Hrown, editorial- -
i li, yes.   Br iwn,   of   Tli
***��i/
POLL WITU   MOVAKLK EYES.
The funniest dolls seen In a long
time are those tbut roll their eyes like
n pickaninny ln sight of a watermelon
patch. Tbe eyes move not ouly up aud
down like those of the familiar sleeping dolly, but there ls ulso u side to
side motion tliat Is particularly funny
and by whicb the doll may be made
to tuke ou all sorts of expressions.
There are also dogs and cats with these
movable eyes.
Sucb toys, a musing to old itnd ymins.
nre not ut all expensive, and It would
be a very fractions child who would
not be won Into good humor at thi*
end of n long, tiresome Journey by tbe
production of one of these comical toys
from tbe traveling bus.
 ��� ' *$$&
The Width ef Skirts.
The persistent minors that the skirts
are to be wide ntid full appear to In*
without foundation. On the contrary.
*klrts continue to be Harrow and only
wider by a very few Inches than those
of last seasou. They nre, however,
draped and folded tuulc-wlse, whicb
takes tirr-jf from the effect of extreme
tightness which was de rlgueur last
year.
Tailor cents and skirts mercifully remain simple iu outline.  Tlie coats show
a  tendency to be cut a way from I Intrant, fulling to a rounded tall at Ihe
back.   This will no doubt have a mod
Itied rerslon. as It ls becoming to very
few people, and they are, as usual, the
tall und slim.    'l'he skirts nre slightly
trimmed wltb the Inevitable tunic ef
feet,  but for ordinary  morning  went
remain a fairly short length nil round
It seems nt present most unlikely that
the tailor suits will ever reach tbe ��g
crarating    length    of    touching    tbi
r.round so tbat we shall ngaln be fore
��1 to lift tbem to clear ttiw crouml.   li
Is. of course, s difficult matter to lift
tbeae narrow skirts, wbicb fact may In
tone degree explain the continuance In
favor of the short skirt.
Summer Frocks For Afternoon Wear.
Orer tbla handsome band embrold
ered French frock of linen and real
cluny lace la a gay little coat of Ollel
lace whicb hongs ln almost straight
lines, giving a ��ery slender effect to
qu
hru
ve.;, ye-," -a;,| Sjr ,)������
you use n!) your i lh r
INI-KCT ihe Brown,
Star Weekly,
... ���   >���'"
1 lUpOOH
nam - to DIS'
ell ?" T,,r,;!!!.,
��� H-.rvestin^   In  April.
A i awa item Ihat i.- uuu-m -,.\ even
lor thin b n country i I ,-arie 1 cli-
mate and lii ea ol worl; v u ��� ent out
.rom High li.v-r, Alta., early in A; r.l.
It ran as I illows:
Threshing is again undi r way In
tho H.'gh ILive'r district, ulthough
progress so far is not very satisfactory owing to tlie fields bein? too soft,
to move the heavy threshing outfits.
The general opjnlon is that grain has
wintered better than expected.
The unusual spectacle of harvesting
a crop in April is seen in t:iis district, where several farmers nro now
engaged In cutting oats. The -ruin is
coming out in fairly good shnpo, Th.
small acreage ready fur spring crops
is resulting in many power plowing
out��'.u being bought, severnl bein"
recently unloaded here.
A  Manitoba   Picneer.
Jonathan    Henney   died    nuddenly
recently jn a Winnipeg hospital sfter
undergoing an operation for intestihnl
I trouble. Mr. Henney, who wua "4
yi!irs of age, eiinii' to Manitoba from
l\ic neighborhood of Brampton, out.,
nearly il3 years   ngO,  and   settled   In
I Meadow Lea, where ho farmed for
alnin-t. *J(i years, later muting tc
Winnipeg.
RLF.EVZLKSS  LACK COAT.
the figure The costume |s In nil white
nml bltli'lt tones ihe tunic fulling over
a pettleo.it ol blnck satin and the tlllet
lace coat being lined wilh black chiffon,
wbleh throws tbe Ince pnllern Into
oold relief. Tlie bat of blink straw is
Irl IN Hied with white wings, nnd the
parasol has it cordeliere handle of
biuck uud white stripes,
Ths Latest Slang.
Already the word "bnnty," tnken
from n populnr piny, seems to hnve
tome to possess n meaning of Its own
nnd Is applied to the eldest daughter
In n household over the memhers ol
which sbe l�� npt to exercise somt��-
whnt dictatorial authority. Here Is un
expression oue of a certain family used
toward another lately: "i'ou dont
tome bunty over me."
^      l8 "lcrea8in& enormously
demand\ ^zr^r
��� I ���1al ^S^-iH bring Enlightenment"
CEYLm TiiS.,^.E DELICIOUS TEAS-
__..         BLACK,  MIXED OR HAtiidii   *>*..--...
SEALED PACKAaM*0?LYED ��R "ATUR*1!k**��"
  DEFUSE SUBSTITUTES     01
Glasgow   Again   Leada.
There was Jubilation all Glasgow
when. It became known that she had
regained the position of second city
in tlie United Kingdom.
This waa achieved by the decision
of a select committee of the House of
Common�� cn >t'hat day to itass the
preamble of a Mil to extend the boundaries of th�� city, adding a quarter
mil lion to the population, and bringing the total population to 1,030,000.
Glasgow now has an area of 33,000
acres*
Birmingham had wrened the honor from the Clyde city a few months
ago, by lta G.eater Birmingham
scheme, aud still leads in point ot
size. The following are the comparative poEltlon8:
Area.
Acres.
33,000
43.637
19.502
Cities��� Pop.
Glasgow        1,030,000
Birmingham        840.3V2
Liverpool        74C.56G   ,..,���,
The Glasgow bill brings in Govan,
Patrick, nnd ToIIockshawj, and suburban areas In Lanarkshire, Ren-
frewshlre an 1 Dumbartonsht: e. A pro
1 osal to bring in the Royal burgh of
Rutherglen, which has a charter 800
years old, was thiown out by the
committee, and in celebration of this
Joy hells were rung on Tueaday night
in Rutherglen.
To Organlw Musicians.
Toronto, June l<���The American
Federation of Musician's lias decided
to place a number of organizers in
the field to organize the muBlclans ln
Canada and the United States, from
one end of the country to the other.
Canada will be divided Into five districts, and a man placed In each division.
SCOUT    ORDERS.
Scout orders by Scout Master R p
lity^0mmandIn�� Fln,t New Westminster Troop Baden-Powell Boy Scouts:
New Weatmlnster,
mV Ju��e 13th, 1912
Hall on Wednesday next, June 10th, at
'.30 p. m. prompt. Dress "Drill Order"    orderly  Bugler  for the week
Kufus Gilley, Cyclist Patrol.
All scouts not having a complete kit,
must procure same from the quarter!
masters stores immediately, in pre-
paration for camp. P
  By Order,
FREDERICK J. SIMPSON,
Adjutant.
NOTICE.
Because they act so gently (no
purging or griping) yet so
, thoroughly
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVES
' ar^ best fur the children as well 1
the grown-ups,     25c.  a box at
your druggist's.
m��.ml*i*s**se*MmaulC*.*IU**s*,_*t**
 1  tan
City of New Westminster.
Any citizen desirous of having a
copy of the Financial Statement and
Annual Report for 1911, can obtain a
copy at the City Hall from either the
City Clerk or City Treasurer.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
June 12, 1912.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathburn is not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co,
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion Match Co., Ltd.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Applications for the position of assessor wlll be received by the undersigned up to noon, Monday, the 17th Inst.
Applications must be in writing,
stating age, experience, remuneration
required and , hen prepared to commence.
Envelopes must be endorsed "Assessor,"
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS.
Comptroller.
Edmonds, B.C., June 11, 1912.
D. McAulay
Tel.  761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. Sth and Columbia
FIVE MONEY MAKERS
FOR $3000   >
Five choice full sized Jots on new B. C.
E. R. cut off near Gilley station. These
are splendidly located and are growing
into money. Lots can be bought separately for $600 each.   Speak quickly.
Six Room Cottage to Rent $25.00 per month
Six Room House to Rent $25.00 per month
Both New and in Good Location.
Investors* Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.    NOTARY PUBLIC.
CURTIS BLOCK. NE* WESTMINSTE, B.C
Hafsam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hawam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
BSTIMATCS and DESIGNS PUftNISHCD	
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
______     GO TO
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
77
I UW^tfa^j >iit��n'
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
d;aw,  in  a lod.-, If they do not get
the Increases,   Membera of tlie force j
believe that the commissioners have
toon very unjust in refusing the police a minimum salary at a larger j
figure than JTO a monih, which ha* '
been asked lor by Chief Cudly. lu
all olher towns in Western Canada,
th�� salaries a:e at least $.','.', a moatb
and In somo of them they ii:e higher.
"If we don't get the increases "��e
intend i.o withdraw in a body. We
don't want, to take &uch a step, but
we think that we have receive 1 shabby and inconsiderate treatment and
if '.he commissioners do not see tlieir
way clear to make the recommen !a-
tion to tke council for a higher wage,
we will leave and give tha commissioners a chance to hire tbat class of
men which does not place Its money
earning ability above $70 a month, a
smaller wage than even et'Jy team-
ste:s are receiving," said a member
h<of thc force.
The   Knight   Errant.
Sliirlts of old Jhat bore me
And  set me, meek of mind,
Between  great di earns before mo
An.l deeds as great behind,
Knowing humanity my star
As llrst abroad I ride,
Shall help me weap, with every Ecar,
Htaaor at eventide.
Le., claws of lightning clutch me
Fiom summer's groaning cloud.
Or even malice touch me
And glory make me pi oad,
Oh,  give   my   >outli,   my   faith,  my
sword,
Choice of tho heart's tic-sire:
A short life In the saddle, Lord!
Not long life by the 8ie.
���Louise Imogen Guiney.
Toronto Likes Gold.
Toronto. June 11 -Tbere h%3 lr.cn
no stampede for go.'t ccins since' the
advent of the glittering >elio.v mintage ai Ottawa. In 'i'oionto the cul s
have been heavier thin in most orhgr
places and he: e thc total amount Issued in pold since the new coins
weie put into circulation will not aggregate 150,000 dokars.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
The destruction of the house fly
Is a public duty. Almost every
American State Board of Health is
carrying on a crusade against him.
His filthy origin and habits, and
the fact that his body i s generally
laden with disease-producing germs,
makes him one of the greatest enemies of thc human race.
If the housekeepers of Canada will
use
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
persistently, this peril will be tremendously reduced.
Show
Cards
and Signs
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ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER  THUST  BLOCK..
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NEW WESTMIN8TER. B. C.
A SPLENDID PRODUCTION OF WE EER & LUESHER AT TH-
GARIAN   PRIMA   DONNA,  WILL   STAR.
��� I ���BWWaBWBMBt^MHHg.
CPERA    HOUSE   TONIGHT,   IN   WHICH   MiZZI HAJOS, THE BEWITCHING HUN-
ROUND THE MESS TABLE
BY  THE   MARTIAN.
An Australian delegate at the Congress cf the tkambe; vof Commerce of
the Em;.i!e, referring .o tne naval
question, accused Uie Canadians ot
talking too much and doing too littlo
ln the matter. And unfortunately hla
accural ion was far from being unjuott
We have ertatnly done a lot of talking, chiefly for vote-catching purposes, but so far. have achieved but
little. We have bought two,.obso'e:e
cruisers, ostensibly for training purposes, and now ftnd It Imposslb'e to
provide recruits to keep the crews Dp
to sttength. When the ships cams
outtflrst thev were manned by crews
from the Hrl:lsh navy, these are fast
nearing the expiration of their period
of service under the Dominion, and
very few, if any, will re-engage, we
- have no one to take their pluces, and
as far ea I can sec, the scrap-heap
looms large on the horizon for Hla
Majesty's Cana.TIan ships, Nlobe and
Rainbow.
Naval experts today ail seem to
agree 'ihat large ships, heavy guns
and concent ation is the most desirable policy to observe; the other Dominions, New Zealand, Australia and
South Africa, have all recognized this,
and are dcnatln; ships to be placed
tinder the contiol of lhe Admiralty.
Why shcu':l Canada be last to net?
We are always glad to shout abo-X
being the oldest of the Dominions be-1
yond the seas, We a:e always wlllln v
to proclaim loudly that we are part
of the greatest empire the world has
ever known, and we are content to
sponge on the British taxpayer in order that we may be prelected whilst
we are patting ourselves on the back.
The other Dominions recognizing ths
C mm in uniform t'lan In one In tla:::
clothes.   Of cou.se. in any large body
of   men   m   any   walk    ot  lite   at   aii
there  U   hound, to  be a certain  numher of drun'juvds, but 1 think the \e'.'-
tentupe of "Uabltua's"  is steadily  decreasing.   Certain 1 am, that as far as
the arm;   is concerned, intemperance
is cn the wane    Improved' conditions
of life are causing this, the spread of
edttcxtlon and the irresista'>te wave of
Iprpgress   which    is    gathering    the
! whole cn its enfbra:e rende. s compati-
I tlon in life so keen, that a cleaner living an !  higher thinking people ,thar.
thotse of past generations InhabV' the
woi 1.1  today.    Tl'e soldier above all,
Instead of being   the   riff-raff of the
population is now the rick of it, and
the old canteen Eoak Is rapidly becoming a thing of the past.      A  simple
act  of diunkenneas,  whilst  unaccompanied  by incapability or disorder  is
no crime according to the civil code
but to the soldier i.s an indictable offence.    One of the^'fongest aids tc
temperance In military life Is the canteen.   The man who deelres bis glass
of beer can get lt, but nothing stronger aul ls responsible for tho conduct
of the Institution.the canteen stewad
being a salaried individual, has no financial Inte; ests  ln lnd-jclng a man
to drink, which cannot be aald of the
saloonkeeper, i>nd    on    the whole, a
regimental canteen is a very orderly
and  wen  regulated    resort.      Unfor-
tunately a numher of well-ln'entlonec'
social    reformc s    have    milled    tVc
wiies, and deprived the militiaman ol
the privilege of being able to jet. a
glass cf beer In camp, so he goes' into town where they pre under no con
int ntloned foolishness at a class who  on the road and No. 5 Company was
are better ahle to com ol themselves  extended from its ccntie, with No. 1
ant  who are decidedly mote   dit'.lful
ciii.ens th-jn ;. ci civilians are.
FENIAN    RAID.
Company on Its left and Xo. 2 Com-
prn; on'Il-s .Ight as Skirmishers. Nos.
3 and 4 Companies of the Queen's
cvn were delailcl as surpoits to the
:'.;':.:.,is::trs, v.ilh Nos. 6 .';nd 7 flanking to the right and left, supported
by No. S Nob. 0 and 10 were In re-
i serve,     lino   l'itti  BattaUon  mi "York
".ic'jcway  Fiji-it  Recalled  in  Toronto.
One  of  tbe  moat  pathetic, and  yet
ono ot  the mod    alorloua    eiect-xclet; , -
aeen  ln  Toronto wag the little  g.oup\>>��a  Ca.edonla    UllVoa -wero    tield   In
of   white-hatred,   battle-starred   v.eter-   ctolnmn on '.he toad.
PM   of  l?fi<S   who   gathered  in  River-       In  this formation    the    Canadians
'a'e Park on June 2 to pay tribute to   bravely advance! until they were met
their comrades whe fell In the engagement at Ridgeway fott;-s!x years
ago, when :he Fenian force3 attempted the conquest of Canada.
The I.'aid on Canada.
Today few know anything cf the
events leading to tke Fenian inva-
s'ens of Canada. Nothing can be
tiuer than that the average Canadian
knows altogether too little of tbe h'~-
iu.y of his native land. That such
-"i 1i'-vs1on wa? made ls probably universally known, bat the importance
of the attack, and the movements of
the armies are almost unknown.
Irelan', secililng in redltlon. was
the hotbed that fostered the Fenian
movement. Attack on Britain was
frcelv discusred. but lt we.s felt thai
the Empire could be struck more eas-
lly in undefended Canada, and emissaries were sent over to ascertain
the feeling of the Irish sympathizers
In the United Sate;, and In Canada.
The American Civil War hai just
closed. Thousands of ne-er-do-wells,
we'l armed, and well trained, were
thrown upon the country, and these
were gathered together by aft organization known as the Fenian E other-
hood, and a convention was held In
Cincinnati, ln September. 1865, when
Col. William R. Roberts was chosen
as Dresldent of the new "Iri3h Republic " It was decided to harass Great
Britain at every point, and more especially to Invade Canada, which they
by a heavy fl:e from the Fenian
sharpshooters, who were extended
behind rail fences and clumps of
bushes, their main force being posted behind breastworks in a wood
some distance in their rear. The
Queen's Own promptly returned the
flre and continued to advance steadily. The filing then became general,
being mosi'. galling on the right and
center of the Canadian lines.
The first Canadian to fall was Ensign Malcolm McEachren, of f.'o. 5
Co. Q.O.R., who was mortally wounded ln the stomach, died on the reid.
The Fenians Retreat.
Meanwhile Gen. O'Neil's troops had
undergone   considerable  punishment,
irrival: Cloalng
10.GO���Vancouver  via  G.   N.  U.
 23:00
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .20:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    ...14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(daily except Sunday) .11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11 :ir
7:20���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. st it
16:15���United States via G. N. R.
'dally excent  Sunday)..16:0'
5:20���All   points east and    Eu-  .      t
rope   (dally)      7:45
2:10���All    points   cast and Europe tdatty)    1V.1E
9 -. 28���Sapperton and Fraaer
VlUs       dally       except
Sunday)    :.. 7:4'
19:30���Sapperton nnd Frasar
Mills     (dally      except
Sunday)    14:15
9:26���Coquitlam  (daily    except
Sunday)   7:45
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       1115
10:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Burt
Villa  14:30
13:00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday)   13:00
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday). 14.-30
FREE ROOMS
At 333 Hospital Street, near car line,,
for lahcre.s while clearing lots in the
city���day lalor or contract. Apply
above address.
Davies* Cafe
Serve the best. ro.Tce and ne.v laid
eggs for breakfast. Lunches put up.
Corner  Columbia  and   Eiahth  Street.
Andrew Clausen
Expert ripain'ng of Amir/can, English
ard Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work Guaranteed.
Z7yBhZS^MleTa7^ob^T^I i0:0^W.^r,,av8    ^rlffi
were glad  to quit the fight      They Thursday    and    Satur
They
were about -to make a hurried retreat
back to the  Niagara liver when the
fatal  order 'lo  "Prepare for cavalry" Ing     via    O.     N.     R
wa3 given by Col. Booker, which gave| (dally except Sunday).. 14:24
him a momentary opportunity to doM1.20���Cloverdale and Pott Kells
day)    ...14:30
16:45���Vancouver,   Piper's    Sid
541 Front Etreet.     Near City Market.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city,
r
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE��� T*AM DSPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C"
, but rotten whisky, and la subject to .
need, have all adopted a system of | tbe wiles of tbe bartender tyhwe one expected o capture with, comparative
compulsory military training. Why aim is to see him spend as much of ��">'��. Bnd make It the base of oncra-
have we not done so? Because a few his money and consequently take as tions. General T. W. Sweeny (then
reverend busy-bodlea would    Immedl.(muoh   'rink as  he  can.      Thla    has'commanding oTlcer of the lfith Unl-
ately screech about    militarism    and
their votes might be lost.
We have been hearing a lot lately
about schemes for advertising the
Royal City, here Is a gocd one:   bet
.)  was chosen Sec-
ted States Infant
rotary of Wnr.
Landing   at   Fort   Erie.
As the  NInira.ra   frontier  possesses
brought  about a  deplorable  state **>"
alaks, because lt ''n^ee the men In-
tofown where they are under no eon-
t'oi  nt all and ln  many cases their
uniform ls disgraced. Instead of hav-
U3, be the first to e:art a subscription [ Ing their glass or two of gcw.l tested
ln Canada, for the purchase of an im- j beer In camp, they go out and seek
proved auper.Dieadnought, to be plac-   the low places, where they are filled
ed at the disposal   of the Admiralty   up with os mi��h raw spirits aa they i f^Z hostile operations.   A large force
for service ln any waters, so that we  can   carry   and  probably  flnd   \hem-jwaa  mobilized    at Buffalo.  most "of
some damage. Therefore he did not
continue the pursuit very far befo e
he wheeled hia column- to the east
and retreated <:o Port Erie, where ht
met another Canadian force, had r
stiff flghU and that night evacuated
Canada. tj
Burial of the Heroee.     j^
On Tuee:'ay, June 6, the dead heroee were t;lven a funeral with full
military honors, the Lloydtown RH!r
Company firing the ��suaJ volleys over
the graves.
The body of Malcolm McKenz'e
was sent to his old home at Woodstock for burial, and that of Private
J. H. Mewhutn U> Stamford.
On June 9 Sergt. Hugh Matheson,
of No. 2 Compaay, Queen's Own
Rifles,   die.lln  <:*e  hospital   at   St.
ex-
...14:flt
many   attractions   for   an   Invading Catharines from wounds received at
force. It wai decided bv the Fenian
Co'ncli of Wt to again make that
historic  territory  one  of the  arenoa
may call ourselves loyal as well as
royal, and show thati New Westminster recognizes -that, as a port, she
will eventually be dependent partially, on shlprlng, an.l that she Is ready
and willing, at all times, to perform
her quota in providing adecjuaie protection for that shipping. Surely we
need no better advertising scheme
than that. *
Apparently the RUthoriles have experienced nt Niagara exactly what
was -to be expected ln a dry camp,
namely.an abnormal wave of drunkenness. TI1I3 docs not go to show that
there ls more Inclination lot. drink on
the part of the militiaman, when he
is in camp, than thc.e is when be Is
ln civilian life. On the contrary, I
believe that taken In proportion, �� nt-
istics would sbow that there Is less
alcoholism amongst the mllltla when
in training than there would be
amongst a like number of ortlnary
citizens In private life, but It Is cer-
selves landed in the guard  room on U.hem veterans of the American Civil
their leturn
These short-sighted custodians
(self-constituted) of the soldiers'
morals have done an Incredible
amount of harm by their action, to the
very cau=e whose lntereats they n^e
seeking to farther. Why should the
mllltla be treated differently to the
civilians ? If the saloons ate open
why siiould not the canteen, which ls
a far preferable place, be open also?
I  quite agree that  drink   is a ��urse
"���p.". under command of Qen. John
O'Neal, and about half-past three
o'clock on the morning of June 1,
tliev ���crossed about a mlle below the
village of Fort Erlfc
The nearest Canadian troops were
25 miles away, and the debarkation
wo�� made without any opposition. Before evening 2000 men had been landed. The FeWan column, after blv-
ouaclng at Frenchman's Creek, heard
that a force of Canadian volunteers
and ls responsible either   directly or. would leavo Port Colbone for Ri:'ge
indirectly for all the c:lme on earth,  wav early cn '.he morning of June 2.
but as long as the manufacture of al-1 ana General O'Neal decided to go Tor-
cobollc    beverages    is   allowed   whyiwa,:a rnd attack theji.
should no!  the mllltla   man,  who ls The   Battle of Rtdgewa".
giving p? a. great deal of time in thel Th�� Queen's Own Rifle- of Toronto
service of his country, be allowed the led the column, followed bv the York
same privileges a* his civilian Rifle Companv. the 13th Battalion of
brother? No,' reverend r.entlemen, Hamilton and rte CaledonH Rifle
your powers of vision are extemely Company In the order named. No. 5
limited, your Ideas are cramred, get Compnny. O. O. R.. armed with Spen-
after the mqntrfacii.irera. prohibit the cer tlfles, formed the advance guard,
sale if you like, your action would be and the Caledonia RlfleB    the. rear
Ridgeway, and on the llth Corporal
Fi Lackey, of the aime company, died
ln Toronto. The temolns of these
two soldiers were given as large and
imposing a public funeral aa had been
accorded to their dwd comrades a
week previously,"
Several other engagements were
fought In the campaign of 1S66, but
none with the serious results of
Ridgeway. At last tbe lnvadeirs we-e
driven back, and the country was
again at peace, until ln 1870 another
half-hearted attempt was made which
was speedily quelled.���A. R. Macdonald.
STRIKE   THREATENED.
talnly a great deal more noticeable in ��� welcome, but don't direct your well- guard.   The main column was halted
Calgary Policemen Demand Better
Pay.
Calgary, June 16.���A notice Is posted In the muster room of the olty pollce station requesting constables of
the force to meet tonlghl for the purpose of selecting a committee to wait
on the city commissioners with the
obicot of asking 'ihem to reconsider
their decision- not to recommend to
the City Council that the men be
granted an Increase ln pay this year.
The constables say they will wttih-
vla  G.   N.   R.   (dally
cept  Sunday)    ,
11:20���Claytou <Tueeday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
U:'.0���Tynehead  ( Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:4'>��� Burnaty Lake  (dally except Sunday   16:0f
ft00���Edmonds    i'daily   except
Sunday)   lfi:00
l?:l(t��� AbbotsJard. Upper Somas,
Matiqal, Huntingdon,
etc Idaily except Sunday)  23:00
tr, 16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine tdally except
Sunday)   9:46
16:16��� Hall'a Prairie, fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, 'Thuraday and Saturday   8:4!
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt
I-ehotsa, 1idergrot*, Ot*
ter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale, Langley Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, Soutb
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station. Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. R. R. (dally except
Sunday)    ft
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9
2o:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally exeept. Sunday). 17:30
11:20���Abbotsford.    Huntingdon,
via B. C.  E. R.  (daily    ,
except Sunday) .... ..I7;3<i
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17;3"
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and'   Alta
Vista   23:00
A Simple Remedy Gives Color,
Strength and  Beauty
to the Hair,
r*\
:00
:00
You don't have to have gTay hair or
faced hair if you don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
is irray or faded, you ean change it
eas ly, quickly ana effectively by using
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy. Apply a little tonight, and in
the morning you will be agreeably snr-
prified at the results from a single
application. The gray hairs will be lean
conspicuous, and after a few more
applications will be restored to natural
color.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp
claan and healthy, and promotes the
growth of the hair. It 13 a clean
wholesome dressing which may be used,
at any time with perfect safety.
Get a flfty eent bottle from your druggist today, and see how quickly it will
restore the youthful color and beauty of
your hair and forever end the nasty-
dandruff, hot, itchy acalp and fallinr
hair. All druggists sell it under guarantee that the money will bo refunded
if you aro not satisfied after fair triaL.
special Agents, IJ. S. Curtis and H-
Ryall.
=B=p
Militia Offenders.
Winnipeg. June 1> ���Eeventr-Sve-
membeia of 7UtU Cameron Hlghlan.1-
_ * (v��-i> gammoned before Lieat.-Col..
R. N. Thomson- for not. apnea'ins on
wrad* on Wtdncgdoy. They were
escorted from thoir various places ot
buiineas and severtJy mprimanZcd hw
the colonel.
��
a t*Sl
��� PAOKFOTTR.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
LKW.l.
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
I
wsmm m news
Published every morning except
8nnday W*>The National Printing and
Publishing* Co.. Ltd., at their office,
<3 McKenzie street, Xew Westmlnater. B! C.
KOBBrt II. HEST, Manager.
' 'Telephones:
Business,.Office'' D 999
���Editorial  Office    R999
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
By carrier il rer year, $1 for three
tnonths, or 40c per month.
By mail If3 per year, or 25c per
-month.
Westminster Weekly News $1 per
���year.
MONDAY, JUNE 17. 1912.
GETTING A  MOVE ON.
Today the newly formed Progressive Association begins its campaign
for membefs/aad wc feel that all who
have followed the pa t which this
young or?:ip!za!|on has played already
In the aTalvg' of the city will join
with us in aiding the association in
���every possible way.
Too often upon tbe streets citizens
are met wbft.^.ftt,,tlie query "What i3
this Prtffiresslve Association ?" Us
aims an.l score have already been
defined in these pages, and we would
now add a word to those who are
still Inacqualnted with them.
The association in brief is a body
of citizens whose unofficial slogan
may be translated in the Words "Woik
for Westminster" None bj,'��� the deliberately blind can fail to see the
great strides., which this city is making in every branch of progress. No
doubt in time these will become converted, but for the great mass or the
people of this:city we wouid here say
that the work entailed in making
Westminster's advantages known to
the world, in seeking to attract to
her confines and the surrounding district the best of brains and thews
-and money, in backing up the efforts
of the Council and the Board of
Trade along these and similar lines,
all intended for the good of each and
���all of us, i^.of no mean extent. To
be carried Co a successful Issue by
this association, which so admirably
fills tlie void between the people and
the sharers of the city's destiny, it
must have members.
Every man in the city stands   to
benefit    fiom    the    efforts    of   this
���organize* bana of workers.    He can
help first by making himself fully ac-
spirit of progress now pervaiing the
citv.
Mr. Knight is one of the old timers
here in the city although he ls but a
young man. He was an employee in
the hardware store of R. F. Andei Bon.
now Anderson & Lusby, in 1892, and
for a time afterwards was connected
with the Cunningham Hardware company. For the past several years he
haa operated as agent through the
weste.n statea for the Pacific Hardware & Steel Co., San Francisco, but
had always looked wiih favor on the
possibilities of the Royal Ci:y.
The new store, which is 40 by 100
feet, is stocked with all the up to date
inventions in the hardware line. Mr.
Knight is one of the old time lacrosse
plavers and his love for the game,
together with all kinds or sport has
led him to stock the store with a lull
line of sporting goods which compaie
both in quality and price with the
leading firms on the mainland.
A feature of the building is a small
room in the rear where household
goods, siiich as door plates, knobs and
everything pertaining to a new house
are displayed. This is a departure,
whk-h, according to Mr. Knight, all
the leading firms In the West are following so that anyone who contemplates building may choose the necessary fittings without any undue rush.
It is expected that a formal opening of the new store will be announced within a few days. The only
reason for this delay, says M,r.
Knight, is the difficulty of securing
help in the way of carpenters and
iw Inters.
The company is formed of a number of jo-mg business men of the
city.
SENIOR AMATEURS
MEET THEIR MATCH
Champion V. A. C.  Lacrosse  Players
Still   Unbeaten���Batts<^i  and
Crooka:i Do Well.
The champion V. A. C. aggregation
of lacrosse players retained their untarnished record by white washing
the local Senior Amateurs Satuiday
afternoon to the tune of 9 to 0.
The well balanced holders of the
Mann cup had the locals going
throughout the entire 80 minutes and
but for the sterling defence put up by
the Westminsters the scoie board
would have shown u? much larger.
Battson was the star playe? on the
local team, holding down his man.
G-unn, who is conceded to be the
crack scorer of the Terminal City
twelve. Crookall showed a wonderful
burst of speed at times nnd his work
in scoring the last two goals are
worthy of mention.
The summary is as fo.'lr.-.s:
Goal   Surrfmaryr*" ;
First   Quarter.
Fainter���Vancouver           7.00
time it was two all. The second
quarter was all Torontos and the blue
shirts ran in four while the Irish-Car
nadlans were blanked, the quarter
ending, Torontos, ti; Irish-Canadians,
2. The final score was Toronto, 7;
Irish-Canadians, 3.
Nationals, 9; Tecumsehs, 4.
Montreal, June 16.���Tecumsehs and
Nationals lined up before a small
crowd in a downpour of rain yesterday. The Frenchmen found the Toronto Indians a light bunch and had
the game pretty well to themselves.
There was no scoring in the flrst
quarter, but at half time the Nationals were leaing by a score of 4-1, The
final result was Nationals, 9; Tecumsehs, 4.
N. ll. U. Results. ,,
In the matches played Saturday in
the National Lacrosse Union series at
Ottawa an.l Montreal, the Capitals defeated Ihe Shamrocks by a scoie of
7 goals to 4, while the Cornwall
twelve held to its winning streak and
downed tlie Montreal team by a
scored of fi goals to 3.
N. L. U. Standing.
Goals
Won Lost For A'gst.
Cornwall        4        0       30       13
Montreal       2       2       16       10
Shamrocks       1       3 9       21
Capitals       1       3       16       27
Next Matches, June 22���Shamrocks
at Cornwall; Capitals at .Montreal.
Files Bad on Prairies.
Rosthern, Sask., June lfi.���Sand
flies have caused the death of many
horses and cattle at Rosthern and
Duck Lake. Twenty horses were killed at Duck Lake by the insects.
ard an.l McCarty being the other two.
He was tickled  to death  to see the
locals 'wallou    the    champions,    and
: looks for pietty near all  the sllver-
| ware  worth   securing in  the  line of
j sport, coming here this year.   Neltiher
the Big Four nor the N. L. U. are in
a class to regain    the    Minto    cup,
which according to Hyland, is surely
coming to this city.   Then again the
Stanley cup Is coming  from  Quebec
this   winter   when   the  Royals   make
the trip.
RIFLE ASSOCIATION
MAKES GOOD SCORES
flualnted nttp, (h? plans of the ass^JGunn���Vancouver         5.00
elation, and,secondly    by   identifying/Crookall
AilmeeU v.lth.the society as a member.
TAKE UP THE CROSS.
Rev. W. A. Amos Discourses on Tendency of Age.
Taking his text from Mark 10, verso
21, "Come, take up the cross and follow Me," Rev. W. A. Amos, one of
the visiting clergymen at tbe forthcoming Women's Foreign Missionary
society convention in Vancouver, last
evening preached from the pulpit of
St. Andrew'^ Presbyterian church in
place of the pastor, Rev. Mr. Henderson, who has recently returned from
the convention .at Edmonton.
Men and women today, declared
Rev. Mr. Ahios, were just as prone to
love riches', social prestige and power
in preference io the Son of God as
had been the . rich and influential
young mau whom- Christ had Invited
to take up tlje cross after first renouncing liis world possessions and
position.
Rev. Mr. Amos exhorted bis hearers not to forget in the mi 'st or their
prosperity in the commercial present
the One who was the course of ali
and creator of all things, carrying
their cross day hy day in the hope
ihat. t.heyinigMLjyJxe at last upon His
-countenance, f.'"
AT  THE  CATHEDRAL.
Rev.
George A. Ray Preaches on
Heredity and  Environment.
Heredity, i-n\ironnient airl personal! 9; formed the them'' of an Interesting sermon delivered by Kev. George
A. Raj last evening In Holy Trinity
cathedral The preacher likened the
work of lhe nun today to t.hit ol
Simon, the fisheiman. who left hls
nc's and bfel 'Hi" a disciple of Jesus
Christ.
Tiie reople of today inherit, the
good and luui leatui". of ilT.ir parent?. !,( said, i'e bo 1 should he Wt
aion.-. Environment lias a aruat don'
lo do v.iih a man's life.   Think of the
places wl e he has lived, tbe le.ople
he has mei The book:- and papers
read can be classed with environ-
.men-..
'The preach*t told how St. Peter
���brought to ui the enthu lasm or the
Galileans, the patience of a fisherman,
who could fiah ail nlghl ami catch
nothing1.
"Let ns riot, tli!nk too much or the
lyings we liii-lit have been. C.od
knows that none o[ ua nn* perfect,
but takes us fcr Whal we are. .So
let us pave co:n;i-." when days are
<iark and tTithgs look Wl e."
BOOMING   AHEAD.
Ne-.v Hardware Store Is Determine:'
to Keen Pace with Times.
Westminster's new hardware s'ore,
under <' e s'gn. or Matl ,T, Knlylil A
CO., hap opened ror btlBtnSM In the
new block situated near the corner
of Cai m von and sUih streets1. Al-
(though ' icrylihlng is not yet. in shape
the store ai the presenl time has a
pleasing lOcik afcbiil it and gives evl-
donee 01 l'.wepin;., in touch with   the
Vancouver    ...........    .30
Second   Quarter.
Ko. goals.
Third    Quarter.
Davis���Vancouver         4.00
Davis,���Vancouver ..... 3.00
Pea-ock���Vancouver       'J.00
Fourth    Quarter.
Fieihtller���Vancouver     ........ 12.00
Crookall���Vancouver       12.00
Crooka:I���Vancouver        3.50
Penalties.
T. Swanson and L. Gregory. New
Westminster, 6 minutes each in the
second (|uarter; Chick RoBer son, 5
min ites In the third fiuarfe-; Painter, Vancouver, 5 minutes in the fourth
quarter.
The  Teams.
Westminster��� Vancouver.
Coal.
W. Keary    Davis
Point.
W. Patchell     Painter
Cover Point.
Willis Patchell     Burns
Fiist   Defense.
Cooper       McCaig
Second   Itof<hi<��.^Jj   I   ���>
Gregory       Donahue
Third   Defense.
Battson       Matheson
Centre.   ���
Adams     Flerheller
Third    Horn*
W. Sclater     Gunn
Second   Home.
Warwick     Peacock
Flrsl    Home.
fitorme       Davis
Outside  Home
Robertson   Wright
Inside   Home.
Swanson    Crookall
Referees���II.   Galbralth   and   .1     .1.
K��ary, Now Westminster
Timekeepers ���   Messrs,   Alexander
and  Hlckney, Van cou vc    and   Henry
n,1  Pa: netl, Wes-ml in ��T,
Cemor
Amateur
L
ea-ue.
t on1.-.
Won I
,0.
For Vg
v. a. r. ...
 :;
M     iu
Westminster
 I
i       :,
Victoria
 1
2      15
Fairview
 ii
2      r>
F. J. Simpson Takes  Weekly  Spoon
Leads Sing'e and  Seven���Ideal
Weather.
Some good scores were hung Op by
members of the Civilian Rifle association on Saturday afternoon, the weather being about perfect for high
scoring. F. ,T. Simpson won the weekly sroon with a score of 97. The
are as follows:
200
P. J. Simpson    32
H. Lindahl    32
W. J. Sloan   32
George  Burr     33
J. C. Chamberlin..  28
0. Crooks     31
\V.   Robertson      20
A. F. Menzies     28
H.  S.  Walsh    21
1. Dadds   ..-...:... 20
F. J. Simpson learts in ihe jtebes'
contest with a mark Of 97.
For the ben seven    scores    F. J.
Simpson-ajria le:.-S r;'.:h 651, Q. Bun-
comes next with 647, while H. Llnlah
xsies third with 640.
Up to the present time the weekly
prize?, have been taken hy F. .1 Pimp-
son, 6. 11. Lindahl, W. .1. Sioan, 2; J.
H. Vidal, A. F. Menzies, G. Rurr. E.
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bowlers partial to the small ball
games have their innings and tlie season will open today with the Chamberlin five-pin kno;l:.o;it tournament
for which Mr. W. C. Chamberlin, the
jeweler, has put up a ban isome watch
fob for tlie winner of tb�� tourney, a
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Lj ne \s. i.i ter,
Henderson  vs. .Monteith.
Dill vs. Curile.
McGill vs. Sloan.
Williams vs. Latham.
Haggman vs. lilce.
A. Chamberlin vs. MoCoIl,
Fulton  vs. Dadds.
Wali< rs  \s.  Pike.
A. Sharpe vs. Harrison.
Ayeist  vs. Adamson.
Corbi ti vs, Webb.
Blain'. vs, Haslam,
KnLlr   vs. Smith.
Kaston  vs, Walsh,
In the iiii.-i--' Itj Ten Pin league thp
Westminster team is showing ver;
well, being Ued with Shamrock No. !
team lor lltst place, winning six oul I
of the nine aames i in., d. tie-*-
Tburtdaj night ibese two t'uins will1
meet at ths Shamrock alley
Saturday's    Results.
Victoria, 9; Fairview, 5,
v. A. C, 9; weatmlnster, o.
Big
Four Standing.
Goals
Won Dost For A'gst.
Notional     3      l      20      12
Torontos        3        1        21 17
Irish-Canadians      .1        '���'.        IS        21
Tecumsehs      l      3      IS      30
Next matches, .Inly t���Iriah-Canu-
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Toronto.  7;   Irish-Canadians.  3.
Toronto, June 18.���A steadv down-
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Ideal   weather   for   lacrosse   lore     is-
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ibis year in a "Big Four" fixture,
Tii<> Bold was a regular swlmmlns
i ool, and the i lays b wai < ed
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Wwe lhe flrsl lo . ��� ore, but lhe Tor-
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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PAGE F1VH
Another Triumph
For Westminster
Salmonbellies Now Hold Lead of Two Games In Race
for Minto Cup-One of Roughest Exhibitions In Years
���Stiff Fines Likely to be Handed Out ���Impartial
Referee Imposes Penalties Totaling Three Hours.
Playing the brand of lacrosse that,
won for them the Minto* Cup and the
name of being the proud champions
of the world for seveial seasons, until   Vancouver caught them  napping,
the Salmon Bellies clialsed up another  win on  Saturday afternoon  to
Ihe tune of 6 to 2. It was the roughest game seen on    Recreation  Park,
Vancouver, for a loug time, and it did
not reflect! much credit on the playing of the Vancouver team.
It, became very evident   to the six
thousand   odd   fans   right   from   the
start that the Green Shlits were out
to win, by foul means   If   necessary-.
and had lt not been for the impartial
refereelng of Alex Turnbuill, it Is very
probable that  several   of   the   local
team would have been   incapacitated
for several games to come. Chairman Senkler was a spectator throughout the game, and when the piesent
commission meets  this  week, It can
be reasonably  presumed that several
of   Con   Jones' imports   will   receive
penalties that will teach the players
on the coast teams that gladiatorial
contests  on the  field of  play  are  a
thing cf the past.
Let it be remembered that although
British   Columbia   ls far   away from
whence the game diet secured a hold
as the national game, the people by
their support demand the cutting out
���of the rough stuff, as being altogether
unnecessary, and the only way their
feeling in the matter can be shown ls
cn 'the pocket-book of Mr. Jones and
the local executive.      Let it also be
known that the Salmon  Bellies took
the field yesterday with a flrm Idea of
playing the game as It should be play-
-ed and with one exception they showed that that was their spirit.   In   all
four players were chased off the lot by
Referee Turnbull for the rest of the
game, and three of these were Van-
��� couver men.
The Game At a
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
HARRY
TIDY
Three Nights, Commencing THURSDAY EVENING,
JUNE 20.   Matinees Friday and Saturday at 2.30.
Evenings at 8.30.
Engagement    Extraordinary���The Eighth Wonder of the World.
THE  GLORIOUS,  GLITTERING, ORIENTAL PAGEANT.
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Goal    Summary.
First   Quarter.
1���Westminster. .C. Spring   1.51
2���Westminster..G.   Spring    0.01)
Second   Quarter.
3���Vancouver   ..'Matheson    10
4���Westminster . .G. Spring ....12.20
Third  Quarter.
5���VVancouver   Godfrey   .... 5.13
Fourth   Quarter.
<i���Westminster ..L. Turnbull  ..    .15
11���Westminster.-. ,Q. Sprl|��g   5*4
8���-Westminster ..L. Turnbull  ..  7.19
���Penalty.
Penalties.
First Quarter���Ion  lVan.), 10 mins
Hess (Van.) 5 mins.
Second Quarter���West (Van.) 6
nitnH., Ion (V��u��.). reat of ��im��. approximately KS mlnu.����; UrjnUh
(Vu.). 10 mln.; "1* Turnbull (West-
minster i, 10 mln.; Grltilth (Van.),
rest of game, forty minutes.
Third Quarter���J. Gifford j Westminster), lest of game, apptoxtmately
:S0 minutes.
Pout:h Quarter���G. Rennle (West
minster), 5 mins.: W. Turnbul
(WesUnlnater), 10 nrlns.; HeM (Vancouvei), rest of game, approximately
9 minutes; W. Turnbull (Westminster).
Total Penalties ��� Vancouver, 2
hours, 24 minutes; Westminster, 56
mine-ee.
The   Game   Begins.
Tbat there was no end of Westminster supporters at the game was
evidenced by the roar of applause
when the Rod Shirts took the field. It
was even as loud aa .'hat handed out
to the homesters, and that was going
some. Vancouver got the ball at the
face-off and made for goal, but Tommy GlfTord picked It oft without difficulty. Another rush and the Weat-
mlnstera secured control from which
Doey Spring slammed the first shot
into'the net. End to end play followed
until Len Turnbull attempted ;o bore
In and tried to get past Hess. The
latter saved.
It was here tha: dirty tactics on the
part cf Vancouver first uppeared, and
for a vicious slash at Dooy Spring,
lon was sent off for ten mlnuties. The
local r laver a minute later got a deep
cut on ".'lie bead when trjlng to go
through, nnd was carried off the Held,
Cummin? being dropped to equalize.
With the odd man, the Salmon Beilles
commenced to warm up and in a
scrimmage In front of goal, Gordon
Spring bulged tie net. Heea, who
csme out to meet him. was sent off
lor live minutes. The local, defense
were playing a fine game and continually boke up the rushes of the
i rei'11   t*Iiirtk
The gong went with Westminster
two goals In the lead.
8e:ond   Quarter.
Vancouver got ft force goal at the
outset. Referee Turnbull had blown
his whistle for resumption of l>lay,
nnd the Salmon Bellies for some rea-
Bon were late in coming on the- field.
The Vancouvers weie allowed to
shove the r.ibber through the wide
open goal, the tally being allowed.
Mister Jones Informed he time-
keepers, nnd scribes that this *ould
not count, but Referee Turnbull ruled
otherwise. ,   th
Westminster got the ball at the
face-off and Bill Turnbu.l seemed o
te well Placed to score, when BlliJ
West tripped him up, go lngr ��ve
mlnu cs for the o^enc{���^.3^l f
nnd Cummins again took the neiu,
and tbe former ha.l no sooner got going when ion made another swipe at
hi head, being handed a ��**"����"*���
rtccl:. lien wis boiling with rage
aid darted to sputter some WW**
.ungiuiae. Nothing ���������'"��*!?*;
Ii&il fo- the rest of the eame was
hi��� reward. Qrl.Tlth end Len Turn-
hull later got hen-minute checks.
The Royals at this stage of the
game .wi.Plsylng rings round the
Vancouver net and to end the agony,
Grumpy Spring pitched one through
when tihe goal was unguarded. So
desperate were the Vancouvers that
Hairy West threw the ball Into the
bleachers. The gong went with Westminster in possesiou.
It was here that the dirtiest piece of
work ever perpetrated this season was
pulled off. Griffith had been beaten
all along the line by Gordon Spring,
and as soon as the whistle sounded,
the big hulk tried to lop off Spring's
ear. Referee Turnbull saw the act,
an I quickly gave Griffith the rest of
game. Tlie crowd shook the stands
and bleachers In their approval of the
verdict.
Third Quarter.
Vancouver woke up in this period
and made one or two ugly mshes
which the locals hardly expected. In
one of these Godfrey crept up the
field and converted a pass. End to
end play followed and the game was
delayed a few minutes while Nick
Carter recovered from a crack across
the knee. Jim Gifford got the rest
of the game for the deed. The third
quarter was most uninteresting and
miserably slow at times.
Fourth  Quarter.
Westminster secured possession
and fifteen seconds later, on a pass
from C. Spring, Len Turnbull brought
down the crowd with one of his underhand swings. Hess never had a
chance. Punk Wintemute skimmed
the net, followed by George Rennle.
who made a great shot which was
saved.
Carter here attempted to go
through and from the rebound Doey
Spring missed an open goal. The Salmon Bellies we:e still pressing and
Punk Wintemute came within an ace
of scoring, Hess coining out to meet
him. They met, and in the clear open
field Hess brought his stick down
twice on Wintemute's head, Ernie
Murray going in between the posts.
The iest was easy. Len Turnbull
added another to the roll and the
game ended with the Westminster
home harassing the opposition for all
they were worth. Bill Turnbull got
tanged again with one mlnu'.e to play.
The   Teams.
Westminster. Vancouver.
Coal.
Clark    r4*l*J    Hess
Point.
Howard      Gi Ifflth
Cover Point.
T.  Cifford      Cameron
First Defence.
I. Gifford    Ion
Q.:R��l��&le ^��,:.V?>er0nt.e.   CummbiBI
Third Defence. |
H. Gifford  Godfrey
Centre.
T. Rennle       West.
Third Home.
VV. Turnbull   Matheson
Second  Home.
Wintemute   i.Murtay
First  Home.
C. Spring  .... /   McGregor
Outelde   Hoirie.
L Turnbull Carter
Inside Home.
G. Spring   McDougall
Officials.        '
Referee ��� Alex.    Turnbull,    New
Westminster.
Timekeepers���Will Ellis, Vancouver;  F. J. Lynch, Westminster.
Penalty '1 lmekeei e,r�� ��� tnarl��3
Young. Vancouver; H. C. Major Westminster.
Goal Umpires���Welly Clark, Vancouver;   Matt Knight,  Westminster.
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Standing of Clubs.
Goals
F.     A.
22    .18
18     9��
W.   L
Westminster 3     1
Vnnfouver      1      ���'
Next match, June 22��� Vancouver at
Westminster.
Individual Scoring  Record.
Games. Goals.
L Tu'iihull (West.)     4
0. Spring (West.)     4
Caite-' (Van.)     4
Lalonde   (Van.)     2
McGregor (Van.)     4
W. Turnbull  (West.)  4
Murray   (Van.)     *
C. Spring (West.)     4
Godfrey   (Van.)     4
Wintemute  (West.)     4
BETWEEN THE FLAGS.
Three games out of four Is going
some.
��� *   **
Watch the Spring   boys   was   the
Vancouver's slogan.
��   ���   *
They we-e watched to s>uch an extent that Doey got a four inch gash
on the head, while Grumpy was nearly minus an ear.
��� ���   ���
And the Vancouver Bports still call
It lacrosse. ,
��� ��    ���
There ls s-.ire to be a bumper crowd
it Queens park ne-1 Saturday.
��� ���   ��
How about engaging l'he Et-erla to
bring it over. With Con .Tones as
aklpicT and Matt Barr as' bosun
'twould be a fin-lit to behold.
��� *   *
iMr, Edward Lalonde was a spectator. . ...
��� ��   ���
Tomm-' Glffo'd surprised the wise
guys wl'ih wonderful sreed, The fast
tmpi* were easy picking for the captain.
��� ���   ��
The Bmaller detulls might be better
looked after by the Westminster club.
It looked bf.d for  Pete  Mujdoon    to
come to the assistance of a Westminster player.
��� *   ���
The Green Shirts evidently thought
they would i be able to pull off some
rough stuff when Referee Turnbull
wasn't looking. They had another
guess coming.
��� ���   ���
Mr. Jones took the role of the hero
when he gravely informel ;tWb press
that he wtould not accept the first
goal put through by Matheson. He
sure was very considerate.
��� ���   ���
The  doctor  for the locals  had    a
busy time after tlie   game    drawing
stitches  In  the heads of several    of
the  Salmon   Bellies.    And  still  they
claim that the Royals   are   a tough
team.
a    a    a
Bill Turnbull cot the goat of a
pretty dame in the grandstand, they
say.
��� ���   ��� .
There will he a. run on tbe Vancouver financial Institutions    this    week
when  Jones  starts to ',ay  the  fines
againEt his- -Rla' ers.
��� a     a
Ed. I-'oub, the custodian of the Carnegie library, made a special trip to
the bui'ding last evening, an.1 caie-
fully wiped away the few specks of
dust that had alighted on tha Minto i
cup base.
��� *    c ���        .^
It's comical how the News-Advertiser attempts to quote the rules regarding a player checking a goal
tender, lt may get a few people, but
the six thousand odd wbo attended
Saturday's game don't want to see another such dirty trl?k as the one Hess
pulled off on Wintemute.
��� ���   *
Get the man, not the ball, appeared
to be the Instructions given the Vancouvers before they took the field.
They tried their best, but got their
deserts.
��� *   ���
They all have to doff the hat to
Len Turnbull when lt comes to underhand shooting.
��   ���   .
Nick Carter and Harry Godfrey
were the outstanding features in the
Vancouver team. Nick received some
har.l punishment, but took his knocks
as a matter of courEe. He played the
cleanest game of the season.
��� ��   >
The Green Shirts are still "disorganized." Every time Lalonde Is
out of the line-up , the Vancouver
papers come out with a Daring head
that the team was a weak one. Tbe
sooner this "one man" idea ls canned
the better it will be for Jones' pocket-
book.
��� ��   ���
Matt Barr watched the Tama from
the grandstand.
���   ���   ���
As for Ion, the sooner the Vancou-
ver manuger benches thla player for
keeps, the better It will he for both
trims. His work on Saturday de-
se: ves a penalty which would be a
lesson to all wo'i' '>>e "blood" iirtlsts,
and It's up to Chairman Senkler to
"make the punishment flt the crime."
��� ���   ��
And that fellow Griffith ls no better. His p.remedllate.1 attack on
G.umpy Spring after the whistle had
ecn--> shows how peeved be must have
been at Grumpy playing rings around
him.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
I
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f9
Sh�� Hoped For Strength From
Above, but Got on Weil
With What Shs Had
By   F.  A.   MITCHEL
^���fcii ��.ie.,fi��ai.��Ms-s^S"S������"S"e���"*"*"*M*,'**'*'*****0
, ., .m'.a. '. .. aim .*m . CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
lentleBs looK that boded the prisoner no 	
80��d. ��� "Street   Improvement   Debenture   By-
"Now," said the landlord of the Hart-' Law 1912, No. 2."
ford ordinary, "you bave an opportunl-1 By-law No.���.
ty to witness one of our customs, show- j A By-law to enable tha Municipal
lug- bow parents discbarge tbe duties Council of The Corporation of the City
the Lord has imposed upon tbem in the of -New Westminster, to raise by Loan
cnse of their offspring. Tbey will take 'he sum ol'Two Hundred and Fifty
the boy to the magistrate, where he  Thousand   Dollars    i$1150.000.00)    for
wii, be tried for Iuveig>,nR the fclrl. and J^SSK. SJVSrffl
later you tuny derive much pleasure at  ,���_.
seeing the cat o' nine tails laid on his
lar:
(a)    For Clearing, Grading and Ma-
One morning In the year 1C0O. more
than two a bulf ceuturies ago. a young
man and a young girl walking side by
Bide passed whnt was then called the
ordinary,   afterward   the   tavern  and
which we now call hotel, in the village
of Hartford, Conn.    The ordinary of
that day was tbe central feature of
the town.   There political affairs were
Iborn, discussed; from there domestic
Inews, gossip und scandal  were sent
'forth.    Indeed, tbe ordinary embodied
'everything Iti the village.
|   It was not kept merely for money
making  purposes.    Since  a   stopping
plate for travelers wns necessary ln
tbe towu one of the lirst citizens wns
Invited to take charge of it   The reasons for tbis were manifold, though
tbe   most  Important   wns  thnt  since
Honor must  be sold���so it  was  then
considered���ani!   since   our   ancestors
back.    And mayhap if the Judge bas  cadamising Streets generally
not had sufficient sack tbis morning to      (b)    For     constructing      Culverts,
Steady   his  uerves  and   replenish   his  Ditches, Crossings, Sidewalks and any
temper after the the bowls be h.% bere  other works necessaiy in   connection
last night tbe pleasure derived may be i wlth same.
heightened by the gashes on the swain's ;     *c)    To W a Pr��rorUon toward the
back being supplied witb salt and viue- I cost fof >?e���entD Improvements   to
���m-    n,.,.?    i .       i*  , ; 7.    ,      , .      streets, including Paving, Curbing  fa-
foren^nM      ,v" tbeb0W'be"   cilitie��for   "������*   Storm   Sewers
fore us and be off. , and any 0llicr works nC(,essary ,n con.
lhe Inndlord and the author of a fu- i nection  with  same,  under Local  Im-
ture work entitled "A Voyage to New   movement By-laws.
England." with n highly diverting ac- !     (dl    To pay   a   proportion   toward
count of the manners and customs of ' <he cost of constructing sanitary sew-
the colonists, published in London in   ers UIldC1' Local Improvement By-laws.
ICOi drnnk the remains of the plutonlc '     (e)    Tocoramute    :u whole   or In
mixture before them���tbe author with
part the City's pioportion of the As-
,   , ; sessment, for Local  Improvements on
B gr macc-und proceeded to the meet- ; cltv property fronUne on Queen's and
Ing house, which wns the only avnila- | Roya] Avenue and other streets where
ble shelter for n court except the ordi- j permanent improvements are made
nary. They arrived soon after the under Local Improvement By-laws,
prisoner, und tbe inhabitants of the ' WHEREAS cei tain Eums of money
village were gathering for one of the hav�� heen expended out of the general
few diversions they were ever accord- re\'enue of the City for the constructed.     Everybody   knew  Jake   Murllne   tlon' improvement and repair of sew-
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred *'*o and all
expenses connected with the issuance.
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as le-
qulred by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable,
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd dav of Julv, 1912, and mav be
cite.l as the "BTREET IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1012
N'O. 2."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof sliall receive the assent of the Electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
:   RECEIVED the assent of the Elee-
'tors on the day of , 1912.
DONE AXD PASSED in Open Council the ��� day of , 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE!
and Sarah Tuttle for n pair of innocent
young persons, who were passing thnt
delightful period wben lovers may sit
lntwlued  In eacli  other's arms wblle
ers. streets and si'ewalks, and it is
expedient thru additional sums be expended in like manner and that the
Corporation at large contribute such
pioportion of the expense of improv-
���MPS?
the clock is striking tbe happy hours ing streets by the laying of sewers,
away. And now Jacob wg$ to pay the sidewalks and pa\ements as ths Coun-
penalty for their happiness, (or every c" ma-v determine, part of the cost of
oue knew that there were witnesses I which 's levied snd raised under Lccai
who had seen them hugging and kiss-   Imlro'��"ent By-laws, an.1 the amount
ing   apparently   withoul   thought   of   rfluir��-1 f�� ���>? r.aised to pay tho cost
what was to follow such conduct whctl . ?l E";h *��& �����P'��vemfiiiti, '��cl..d-
*.  , ,    �� !���    i.i     . ���    *        ,7.    .       -hs the contribution   to the   cost of
Indulged IP Without Gnodmnt, Turtle's   l0��aI impl0 ements ,g lhe guem ���7^0
consent
Goodman Tuttle wan there, expectant
nf vengeance, and presently Ills wifa
came in wlfll their daughter, who
showed In her visage and demeanor an
unholy protest against parental authority, They tool; scuts in front, while the
Bpsee behind was tilled by citizens nnd
Indians. Then the Judge, all being 'assembled, asked Goodman Tuttle to
Btate U< charge against Jacob Mnr'.ine.
"The charge." replied the accuser, "is
Inveigling my daughter's affections."
"What  proof have you to substantiate It?"
"On   May  day   Inst  without  asking
my permission the prisoner had some
boisterous loteinnklng witb uiy daughter.   It began by his seizing her gloves
nnd   demanding   the   forfeit���a   kiss
Whereupon   they   sat  down   together,
his arm being about ber and her arm
upon his shoulder or about his neck,
and lie kissed ber, and she kissed hlm.
or tliey kissed each otlier. continuing
In this postufS for about half .-in hour."
"Gall yo'ir witnesses." said the court.
Since this outrage against  parental
authority  bad   been committed  on a
holiday when all were Maying together, there  Wi-r*  ;.l.-.ity   of   witnexnos  to
prove It
Were ol>',lRetl to, but many did so Hint
the town might be accorded the amusement ot seeing .lacob Ued to the whip-
Knurled and Fifty Thousand Dollars
($280,000.00).
, AND WHEREAS it appears that if
the ^aid sum of $250,000.00 be appro-
pi ia;ed from the general revenue of
thr> Citv for the current year the rate
cf taxation will be excessive, and It is
expedient rhat such excessive taxation
should be avoided, anl ths eaid sum
should be raised on the credit cf the
Con iiiation and that debentuies
Bhostld b:> issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
interest on the debentures prorose-1 to
be issued under this By-law an.', for
creating a sinking fund for the jay-
ment of the said dehentures when due
it will be necessary to taise by special
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 28th day of June.
1912, between tlie hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane'B Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westmlns'.er, june 12.
1912.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
"Parks   Improvement   Debenture  By
Law, 1912."
By-law  No. ���.
A By-lav,' to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of Ne-.v Westminster to raise by Loan
tii? sum of Twenty-flve thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) for the purpose of im-
p:o\ing :he City Parks.
WHEREAS it, is necessary to make
Improvements to the parka in tho city
of Xew Westminster and tiie cost of
such Improvements will he Twenty-
five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that if
lhe said sum of $26,000,00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for tlie current yea;- the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided and lhe snid sum
should be raised on the credit of tho
Corporation    an I     thnt     debentuies
rate hi addition to all othe; rates cach I should be issued for that amount.
were thoroughly Impressed With the
abuses liable to this traffic tbey ae��lred
the management ot a tuan tbey could
trust.
Now,   on   thnt   morning   -when   the
young mr.n nnd the young woman, .la- ,
cob Marline and Sarah Tuttle. passed    ��*�� .����** giving tU* strokes of the
tbe  ordinary   at  Hartford  within  the    tat �� "���'"''"I-"-     ! ���'������"��� '���''���     there   were
taproom sat un  English man  who had
just made a forty days' voyage from
Loudon to America for tbe purpose uf
studying tbe manners and customs of
the   colonists   with   the   Intention   of
writing a book nbout them on his re
turn.    Ue was sitting wltb the landlord, wbo had Just brewed a bowl of
flip, n  concoction  of  beer sweetened
with sugar,  molasses or dried  pumpkin   and   rum.   Into   whicli   had   been
thrust n redhut Iron called the logger-
yenr during the cui rency of t'.ie said
debentuies the s im of Thii teen Thouaand Four Hundred an;! Slxty-slx and
38-100 Dollars'($13.4iifi.38).
AXD WHEREAS in order to raise
the sild > early sum of $13.46&38 an
equal special iate on the dollar will be
required to lie levied oh the whole
rateable property of the City of New
Westminster. . ...  ';
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
propeity of the said ("it;, according to
the last revised Assessment noil
thereof is Seventeen Million Five
Hundred and Ten    Dollars    ($17,000,-
Soiue  tcstlfted be. none  tbe,  \t,lt^^   WUEKKA3   llle   lolM   amo
of  tbo existing  debentuie debt of
AND WHEREAS for the  payment
of interest on the debentures proposed to be Issued under tiiis By-law, and
for cieatlng a Sinking fund for the
payment of the sai 1 debentures when
due it will be necessary to raise by
siecial rate in addition to all other
rates each yenr during the currency
of the sal'I debentures the sum of One
Thousand. Three Hundred and Forty-
slx and M-100 Dollais (flSftfOf).
AND  WHEREAS in order to  raise
the said yeirly aim   of $1346.84)   an
eipial special rate on the dollar will be
required  to  be levied  on    the   whoie
ii-.iw.i'ii;,. property of the City  of Xew
���.int I Wentmtnn��er.
thel      AND
and the sum of $221.04 to piovide for
the repayment of the principal.
0. The proceeds of the sale of the
said t'.ebntuies shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying tl:e cost of the passing of this
By-law and the iss.ie and sale of the
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as re-
qultod by the City Treasurer to the
several peison3 to whom moncs are
payable.
7. This By-law shail take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may be
cite.l as the "PARKS IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW, 1912.'
8. This By-taw before the fir.-il
passing thereof sliall receive tlie assent of the Electors of the City in the
manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED In Open Council the ��� day of . 1912
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the ��� day of , 191-
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
tlie ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor,
NOTICE.
Take Notice that the above Ib a true
copy of the proposed Bylaw upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 2(Uh day of June.
1912. between tho houis of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Councll Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hail, Sappeiton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Buildln:;, Queensborough,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
CBv l-iill, Ne.v Westminster, June 12,
1912.
af���?H 2nn.ually *>y "pecla! rate aa
Mlffl! ?U,lDB the currency ot the
said debentures the Sum of $675.00 for
the payment of Interest thereon, anl
the sum of $558.25 to provide for the
'epayment of the principal.
8. The proceeds of the sale of the
sail debentures shall be applied as
toiiowg and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of lbe said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as required by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may lie
cited aa. the "CIVIC STOREHOUSE
DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912."
8. This By-law beforo the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the said City
In tbe manner required by law.
DONE    AND    PASSED    In    Open
Councll the ��� day of ���, 1912.
RECEIVED the assent of the' Elec!
tors on the ��� day of , 191 ���>
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.!
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
hend. causing It to seethe and foam
Tbe landlord was giving bia guest mine
account of the said manners and customs In vogue iu the colony ui New
Haven.
"Do you see that irlrl walking with
that young man: Well, there's trou
ble brewing there. The girl is old
Goodman TuMle's daughter, and she's
keeping company witb youug Murllne
without her father's permission. He'll
get fine,I n dozen l.iRhcs nt the whipping post if hc doesn't mind."
"The whipping post! Have paren's
power bere to whip those who pay intention to their duugbters WllbOUl their
consent?"
"Indeed tliey hnve, nnd n goodly custom It Is. The laws of the colony Kay
that uny tempting without the parents'
sanction cannot be done by speech,
writing message, company keeping, un
necessary familiarity, disorderly night
meetings, sinful dalliance, gift* or lu
any other wiiy."
"And if they disobey tbls Inw?"
"Heavy tines may be imposed witb a
plentiful supply of laBhes to tbe ln-
velglcr of the girl."
"And is she not punished?"
"Not by the law. Her lather can attend to her case ns be likes."
"Is the punishment iu public or In
private?"
"In public, of course. We bnve no
private punishment here In the felonies. Heaven knows there ure In this
desolate lund few amusements, Our
punishments serve ns In this respect in
roo.1 stead. When I wus In Bust.111
last, drinking wilh ot tiers n cup of sack.
we were much diverted nt seeing 11
man who bad bad too much of the
same mixture laid by tbe beels on the
ground, with a bar of iron fastened and
locked to bis legs with sliding shackles
and a liolt There were salvages (sav-
agesi present wbo stared nt hirn, uot
understanding this method of torture."
While the two were talking Jacob
Murllne. wbo bnd passed wltb bis love
out of sight, repassed, going tbe otber
way, and under very different conditions. A citizen held one arm, another
citizen beld the otber arm, while Goodman Tuttle, the father of tbe girl be
sail    City is Two Million Five    Hundred and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred   Dollars   ($2,529,900.00)   irrespective   of the sums proposed to    be
raised   under   this   By-law  and   "the
"Harbor Improvement  Debenture Bvlaw, 1912," "Gas Plant Debenture Bylaw, 1912," "Hospital    Debenture   Bylaw,   1912."   "Waterworks   Debenture
Bv-law, 1912, Xo. 2." "Parks lmprove-
recelving   a   goodly   sura   of   money   ment Debenture By-law, 1912," and the
from  tho  prisoner  for fines  ami  an- j **(*i; ir  Storehouse  Debenture   Bylaw.
ticlpatlng tbe pleasure of hearing Mur-    1912," of which none of the principal
some who were selfish enough to testify in order that tbey themselves
might be accorded this favorite
amusement Wben the testimony was
nil  in  Coodmuu Tuttle.  confident of
line's bowls under tbe cat. looked
much pleased. Tbe spectators were
getting ready to go out to witness the
punishment, and it appeared that nothing could interfere with the merrymaking. The Judge nsUed Jacob ir he
had anything to say for tilniself.
T.'liereupou Sarah Tuttle. shamefaced,
nrose and Kaid sorrowfully:
"I have .something to say, your worship "
"Wbat Is It?"
"Jacob Tuttle did not inveigle me itl
nil. 1 wished to induce blm to kiss
nie. In fart, I enticed bim. I dared
bitn to steal my gloves that he might
bave cnuse to demand fl kiss"
Here was 11 damper on tlie assembly
By these few  words tbe case u
the prisoner fell to the ground.
"You're a 'bould virgin.'" cried the
Hilary Judge, "and 1 must fine you for
inveigling tbo prisoner instead of flu-
lug the prisoner for Inveigling you."
"i'.nt." exclaimed ths disappointed
Tuttle, "I shall have 10 pay tbe tine
My daughter bus u0 money."
"That's nothing to me." retorted tlie
court "I'm here to administer the
I.1W and mils) administer It us It Is
It's lucky that I'm not compelled to
���dmlnlster tbe cat ns well." Then
iiirulng to rbe prisoner he udded: "The
Lord will administer tlie cat to you.
you 'Jade: You've set a pernicious example to all the niuids of the colony,
tnd I um troubled tbnt 1 can make un
pxumple of you onl.v by the fine."
"I'm sorry, your worship," replied
Sarah demurely, "and I hope Cod wlll
help tne to curry It better for time to
come."
Since Sarah had thus fnr "cnrrlcd
It" pretty well for herself In saving
tier lover from a frightful punishment
for making love tu her lt does not appear wby any assistance was necessary. To outwit tier fnther und the
Judge, besides depriving nil present of
the pleasure of the only amusement
vouchsafed them at her lover's expense,
was a work not to be despised.
When  the court   wus dismissed  the
or in erest is in arrears.
XOW THEREFORE the Municipal
; Council of Ih* Con oration of the City
of New Westminster   enacts   as- fol-
1 lows:
I I. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
1 of the said City to rr.ise by way of
I loan from any person or persons, bodv
j or boles corporate who ma be will-
1 ln��: to advance th" same nn 'he credit
iof tlie debentures hereinafter mention-
I ed. any sum or sums of inon-y not ex*
' cc.^ding In the whole the sum of $250.-
; 000.no and to cause the    same to be
paid Into the Treasury of the stiid City
for the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall he lawful for Hie Mayor
I to cause any number of debentures to
I he made not exceeding in lhe whole
: the sum of $260,000.60 for sucb sums
ainst i in" money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each or nn equivalent ev
I presse 1    In   tounds   sterilne  of  the
I United Kingdom of Oreat  Britain and
I Ireland, at   a value of i.Mt; to   the
j pound  sterling;   nnd   till  s.ich   deben
' tuns shall be sealed with tlie Seal of
the Corporation, signed by the Mayor
and countersigned   by the   Treasure
! 1 hei cot, 01  by siuh   other in-ton   or
r��rsons as may be thereunto  lawfully
I autl'.oi ived.
3. The said ''ebentures shall be
payable on the first duy of July, 1902
' at sich place or places as the Councl
I of  the  said    Corporation    may  from
j time to time apioint with the approval of the holders   thereof, and   shall
' beat  inteiest at the rale of four and
one-half per centum per annum, pay-
1 able half-yearly  on  the  first   day  of
i January and the first day of July in
each and  every >ear, and tlie deben
I utrei shall have attached to them cou
j pons    for the    payment    of interest
I which said coupons shall be signed by
I the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shal
I be levied and raised ln each year, In
addition to all other rates, on nil the
rateable property of the City, sufli
eient to pay the interest upon the dehentures and to create a sinking fund
for the payment of the principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by spiecial rate as
aforesal I, during the currency of thc
Londoner and tbe landlord went back  ' Sllil1    debentures, the sum    of Eleven
to  the  ordinary,   where,   In   order   to ! Thousand   Two   Hundred   and    Fifty
blunt his disappointment at not having been able to give his guest 11 specimen of the favorite amusement of the
colonists, he brewed an extra strong
bowl of flip, pumpkin flavored, and tti
WHKRKAS tho whole rateable
propel ty ot the said City nccoiding to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof, Is Seventeen Million Five
Hundred and Ten Dollars ($17,000,-
510.00).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is Two Million Five Hundred and Twenty-nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00) irrespective of the sums proposed to be
raised under this By-iaw and the "Harbor Improvement Debenture By-law,
1912," "Street Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," "Gas Plant. Debenture By-law, 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law, 1912," "Waterworks Extension Debenture By-law. 1912," anl
I the "Civic Storehouse Debenture Bylaw, 1912," of wliich none of the piin-
clpal or Interest is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of Tbe Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. 1: shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or petsons, bod,-
or bodies corporate who may be willing to advance the same on th" credit
of the debentures lievefnafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not exceeding in tiie whole the sum of Twenty-flve Thousand Dollars ($25,000,001
and to cause the same to be paid Into
the Treasury of the said Clty for the
purpose mentioned herein.
2. it shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause an number of debentures to
be ma'e nol exceeding in tlie whole
the sum of $25,000.no for such sum of
money ns may be ra iuired, not less
than $10".co each or an equivalent ex-
messed In pounds Sterling of the l'nited Kingdom of deat Britain un.l Ireland, at a value of 4.S(;r> to lbe pound
Sterling: und all such delientures
shall be sealed with the Seal of the
Corporation, signed by the Mayor and
cnunterslgne 1 by tiie Treasurer thereof, or by such o her person or pe son?
as may be thereunto lawfully authoil-
zed.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first, day of July, 1002
at such place or places as the Council
of thc said Corporation may from
time to tlnie appoint with the approval of the lioider3 theieof, nnd sliall
bear interest at the rate of four and
one-half ter centum per annum, payable hair-yearly on the first day or
January and the first day of July In
each and eveiy year, and the t'eben-
tures shall have attached to them coupons foi- the iiiyment of interest.
which said coupons shall be signed by
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
be levied and ralBed In each year In
addition to all other rates on all llie
rateable properly of the City sufficient
to pay the Interest, upon the debentures antl to create a sinking fund for
Dollars ($11,260.00) ror the   payment I the payment of tlie piinclpal thereof
of interest   ihereon, and  tbe  sum of When due, subject to any Act or en-
(md been walking wltb. led the way. 'make  It  doubly   effective  gave  It  1
Un 1 utile's visago wa�� a stern and re.   tl.:sb of mustard.      . __
Two Thousand Two Hundred and Sixteen and 38-100 Dollars ($2210.28) to
provide for the re-payment of the principal.
fl,   The proceeds of the sale of the
said  debentures shall   be applied   ns
actment respecting ithe same.
5. Bubjfict as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aroresald during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of $1125.00
l'or the payment of Interest thereon,
"Civic Storehouse Debenture By-Law,
1912."
By-law No.���.
A By-lav.- to enable :he Municipal
Council of The Con oration ol the
City of New Westminster to taise by
Loan the cum of Fifteen Thousand
Dollars ($l"..0C0.00i for Ihe purpose
of erecting a storehousa for the use
of the Corporation in the City of No.v
Westminster.
WHEREAS it is necessary to erect
a storehouse In the City of New Westminster and the cost of such erection
will be Fifteen Thousand Doila:s
($15,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that If
the said sum of (15000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current vear the rate
of taxation will I c excessive, end It is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the sail sum
should be raised an the credit of tbo
Corporation and that debentuies
Bhould be Issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
lntere;t on the debentures proposed to
be Issued under this By-law, nnd for
creating a einM.ie fund lor the pay.
merit of the said debentuies when due
it will be necessary to false by s; ccia!
tate in addition to all other rates each
vear duiing tbe currency "f 'ho mid
debentures the sum of One Thousand
Two Hundred and Thirty-three and 25-
100 Dollars   ($1238.26).
AND WHEREAS ln order to raise
the said yearly sum of |123SiB5 nn
equal Bre: lal rate on the dollar will bo
required to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS ihe whole rateable
properly of the said City according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof is Seventeen Million Five Hundred and Ten Dollars tilT.noo.BlO.OO).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing dehentute debt of the
said City is Two Million Five Hundred
and Twent.-nlne Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($2,520,000.00) Irrespective of the sums proposed to be raised
under this By-law and the "Harbor
Improvement Debenture By-law 1912,"
"Street Improvement Debenture Bylaw 1!H2 No. 2," "Gas Plant Debenture By-law 1!>U2," "Hospital Debenture By-law 1012." "Waterworks Extension'Debenture By-law 1012 No. 2."
and the "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law 1012." of which none of
the .r'nrl'al or-lnte'est Is In arrears.
NOW THEREFORE THE MUNICIPAL Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of thc said City to raise by way of
loan rrom any 1 erson or persons, body
or bodies corporate who may lie willing to advance the snme on the credit
of tlie debentures herelnaltcr mentioned, any sum or sums ol money not exceeding in the whole the s im of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00)
and to caueo the same to be paid Into tho Treasury of tlie snid City for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. lt shall be lawful ror the Mayor
to cause uny number of debentures to
be made not exceeding In the whole
���he sum of $15,000.00 for euch sum-of
monev ng may be required, not leBB
than $100.00 each or un equivalent expressed ln pounds Sterling of the United Kingdom of Oieat Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.8fi(i to thc pound
Sterling; and all such debentures
shall be sealed with the Seal ot the
Corporation, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned by tho Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons
as may be thereunto lawfully authorized. .  ti \
3. The said debentures shnll be
paynble on Ihe first day of July, 1032,
nt such place or places as the Council
of tbe said Corporation may from time
to 'time appoint with the approval of
the holders theieof. nnd shall bear Interest at the rate of four and one-half
per centum per annum, payable hair-
yearly on the first day of January and
the first .day of July in each and every
year, and the debentures shall have at-
itached to them coupons for the payment, of "Interest, which said coupons
shall be signed by the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
be levied and raised in each year In
addition to all other ratea on all the
rateable property of tho City sufficient 4o pay the interest upon the de-
lientures and lo create a sinking fund
for the pavment of the principal thereof when due, subject to nny Act or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject ns aloreenld there shall
Take Notice that the above ls a true
copy or the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 2(ith day of June,
1912, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A . M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at thc following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flre Hail, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crnne's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1012.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
fraternal!
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets In K. or P. Hall, Eighth
aud Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome. 'F. C. Cook, Dictator; .1. .1. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, Secretary.
j I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27, I. O. O. P., ts held every Mou-
I day night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fellows hall,   corner   Caruarvon -and
I    Eighth   street.     Visiting    bretbern
I cordially Invited. II. W. Harrison,
N. O.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. 11. Purdy, financial secretary.  ^^^^
i  "���'	
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
! .Specifications, agreements ot sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
I work specialist. All work strictly con-
: tld'eutial. M. Broten, Room 6, Mer-
I Chant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.	
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers-
at-law, soiiotois, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack" Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070>
Adam Smith Johnston ahd Frank
Alexander Jackson.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrUter-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
���nd McKenzie atreeta, New Weatmlnster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.	
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 010 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE Sc
MARTIN���Barristers and Sollcltora.
Westmlnater offlces, Rooms 7 and 9
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie atreeta; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville Btreet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, Q. E.
Martin. Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets ln tbo
board room, City Hall, aB follows:
Third Fiiday of each month; quarterly meeting on the IJIrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
Ihe third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia atreet, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 09. W. 3.
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
LAND  REGI8TRY ACT.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster, B.C., 21st October, 1910.
In the matter of the application of
W. Shank- for registration of the
title of C. S. Brown to Walter Shank,
as to an agreement for sole and put-
chase to certain lands described as
follows; Lot 8 east, 9 west, block 1,
of D. Is, 158, group 1, New Westminster.
gtr_Take notice that I decline to
register herein for the following reason, viz., poor description.
And 'take notice that unless you
comply with the provisions ot section
82 of this act wlth)n 30 days from
the date hereof, your application shall
be and be deemed lo be cancelled and
void.
C. S. KEITH,
District Reglstiar. ���^m
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE 8EVSM
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Sixth Street Storm Sewer Area.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion  in which the assessment is made on per foot frontage:
Blk.   Lot.   Sub.   Resub.
Assessed   Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
CB
C13|    13
14
14
1
2
3
4
'  4
6
7
'7
8
9
A
21
22
23
24
25
2fi
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
110
13
14
15
16    !
Npt
Spt
EH
W%
EH
WH
IT
18
19
20
21
22
rary Middle pt V-,
12    |      1
11
5
60
59
f3
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Npt
Spt
N V4
BH
EH
WH
WH
EH
SH
NH
SH
NH
21
22    |
!3&24| H
25    | |
26&27 |
28&10 ft. of 29
29   balance
30
31
32   |      /
35
36
37
38
39
40
41 .	
42 | 24.S36
42   balance |
|4.1��44| |
S6 ��!,9,35&c|19 E H
���      21      |
22 SHi
22 NHI
23
25
26
27
28
29&30
31
32
33
34
35
       3C      |
36 |'8,9,35&c|36    Spt |
I
IK7
::7
WHI
EH |
38      I
29      |
44
1      1|
2
3
4
r.
6
(I 3
10
Ni.tWHI
7    1
EH
2i
4
5
fl
26
1
2
15
16
17
18
U
27
T
I
1
1
2
3
4
5
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S	
Murchie, David  	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Cunningham,  James   	
Cunningham,  James   	
Lynch, Fred J	
Imperial  Underwriters Corporation.
George, J. K	
Imperial Underwriters Corporation.
Giey, James S	
Davison,  Sarah J	
Parish of  Holy Trinity   	
Parish of  Holy Trinity  	
Parish of Holy Trinity  	
Thompson, J. Lee  	
Philpot,  Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull,  Martha A	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
Hen Ing, Frances E	
Herring, Frances E	
Herring, Frances E	
Herling, Frances E	
Padmore, Fred W	
Manson, Wm. and Hoy Hy	
Purvis, Jane R	
Blair, J. C	
National Drug & Chem. Co	
Fiat. Order of Eagles  	
Blair, J. C	
Telford, J.  M	
Anderson, W. A. & Alice C	
Hacking W. J	
Drew, Geo. E	
Armstrong W. J	
Rothwell, E. J	
Earl, Frederick  	
Herring  Frances  E	
Broderick, W. S	
Murchie, O. E	
Manchester,  G.   H	
Reid,  John   	
Sinclair, D. S	
Knowdell,  C.  L	
Trapp, Nellie    .'	
Trapp, Nellie  	
Hart, F. J	
Hant. F. J. & Co	
Moresby, Mary A	
Trapp,  T. J	
Wise, Catherine F 	
Wise, Catherine F. . v	
Wise, Catherlnei F	
Cunningham James  	
Lavery,  A.  L	
Y. M. C. A	
A rmstrong,  T. J	
Lane, R. & W	
City of New Westminster	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Chuich
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay, Maud   	
Walker, Elinor J	
Welsh. Mary  M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
GUUs, John  	
Green, T. B. & Mary Scane	
Trustees Central Meth. Church	
Hood.  Mary  G	
Major C. G	
Dockrill, G. O. M. Estate 	
Majtor, c. G	
Peck, John  	
MacN'ah, John   	
Agar, Ad T	
Dawe,  Samuel   	
Loat, C. J	
Gauvreau.. Jesse Marlon   . ��� ���	
Burr.  Margaret A	
Rtttaet,  R.   P	
Wintemute '.Mary J	
Osborne.  Charles   	
Johns, John   	
Brine, A. J	
Wllkie, Walter G. E. H	
Innes, William 	
Sinclair, A. J	
Sinclair, A. J	
Shlnobu, C	
Pace, J. J	
Rogers, Beaale 	
Schmcre E. A. B	
Fort ester, W. W	
MoPheraon, J. W	
Dutch, Alexander   	
Smith, Jaa. Carter   |
Smith, Annie E I
Robson, Carrie M I
Robson, Chas. J I
Gilley, W. R. I
Watson,  Mary I
Watson,  Mary  ) I
McDonnell. Mary A	
Smyth,  Patrick    I
Robson, Harold, C	
Jackson.   Fredk	
Anderson. Jas	
Hudson,  Isaac   	
Hudson Alvan & Barbara 	
Smith. J. C. & Buckland R	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Church.
Matheson,  Malcolm   	
Matheson,  Malcolm	
Baker, Melville H	
Baiter. Melville H	
Smith, Wilbur H	
Hanna,   William    ������ ���
Weelands, Ellen J	
Rousseau,   Amanda   	
Reid, Alice iM.  ,	
GrftRH, Laura E	
Coasady, Jane R	
Fletcher, R. J	
Jardine, J. B. &   Adelaide	
Kerr, Gertrude A	
Armstrong, R. B	
Hall, Janet  	
Armstrong, Adeline   '	
Fall, Janet   ��� ������ *.	
Hudson, W. L	
Curtis, Clare  	
G ant. Allen P	
McGill, Q. & Cralg T	
Currie.   Elizabeth ���
Morrison Frances E	
1 evy. L. R	
Telletler,  H. L	
Jenkln, Lena   	
Peers,  Margaret  	
McClH. Q- snd Cralg, T	
Matheson A. & Jacobson H. ...
Walker, M. E.  I	
Johnstop, J. B.  	
R C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
R C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
r' C Archbishop of Vancouver.
11. C. Archbishop of Vancouver.
Jardine, Robt	
Jardine,  Robt	
Knlrht,    V.	
0 afton, W. A	
Rutlcdpe, Thos	
Rullcdge, Thos ,	
Ci eelraan, I. M	
Dunn. C. C .*	
Janllne, J. B	
Wyman  E	
Wyman M ,	
65.94|$    4.51
40.31
|     2.75
25.64
1.75
49.40
1     3.38
65.80
i     4.50
49.40     3.38
37.95
|     2.60
37.95
I      2.60
75.90      5.20
72.60
4.97
36.30
2.48
36.30
2.48
49.50
3.39
49.50
3.39
143.28
9.80
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.(10
4.51
65.91
4.50
65.91
4.50
65.91
4.50
65.91
4.50
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.00
4.51
66.01
4.51
65.93
65.95
65.93
65.94
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00J
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
33.C1
33.01
33.03
33.03
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00!
1541.87!
64.00
512.001
50.00)
50.00|
50.001
55.00;
55.00|
55.001
132.00|
66.001
66.00J
66.00!
66.001
66.001
66.00|
66.00
66.00
26.00
40.00
66.00
66.09
66.00
66.00!
66.00
33.00
33.00
66.00
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
.4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
105.87
4.38
3.55
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.76
3.76
3.76
9.02
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
;.���!!
66.00J
32.00J
33.00
66.00
66.00
132.00
66.00
132.00
76.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.90
66.00
66.00)
66.00
66.00)
66.00;
66.00
66.00
6.68
59.45
132.00
29.50
69.42
29.71
29.71
69.33
/59.00
59.42
59.42
69.41
118.83
69.42
69.26
69.25
69.33
69.42
49.42
10.00
34.62
34.63
69.26'
69 25
69.25)
36.85
60.00;
60.00
60.00
50.00
50.00
71.16
46.50
56.00
73.1J4
66.00
49.50
49.50
49.60
49.60
49.60
49.50
49.60
49.60
49.K0
���in. soi
66.00
���HI
68.72
69.40
69.40
4.51
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
9.02
4.51
9.02
5.20
3.82
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
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
342
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.4'>
4.87
3.18
3.82
6.02
4.51
3.3.1
3.29
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3..��,n
3.39
3.39
3.39
4.51
4.02,
4.02'
4.06
4.06
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner,
Frontage
Feet.     Amt.
S10
S13|    10
S13|    10
S.VVpt
1
12
13
24
Npt
3
4
5
6
7
S
12
13
14
9
10  '
11
12
12&13
14&15
16
1
2
3
4
5
8
9&10
11&12
13&14
15&.16
17&18
28
129
130
131
122
|33
134
13    I
1,2.3        1
4,5,6
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
Pearson, T..R. 	
Pearson, T. R	
Meredith, Elizabeth  ...
Walker,  Mary   	
Malcolm, W. J	
Averill, J. A	
Archibald, E. G	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Miller, H. D	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  Lizzie   	
Lane,  Wm	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis Aruthur 	
Johnson, Mary  	
McPherson D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope, E.  r	
Knott, Emma  	
James, Thos. H. R	
Pope, John  	
Burnett, D. D	
Croll, J. A	
Croll, Annie G	
Greer, Mary  	
Heard, Thornington ���
Horton, William   	
Boughen,   Isabella   	
Pope, E	
Appleton, G. M	
Pope,  John   	
Pope E	
Armstrong, Andrew  	
Russell,  H.   W	
Collins, George  	
Forrester, W. W	
Forrester, Isabella
Montgomery, J. B.
Montgomery, J. B.
Wilson, Emeilne ..
Wilson, Ralph ....
Wilson, Julia Ann
Wilson, Julia Ann
B.
59.40
59.40
307.40|
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
38.00,
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00,
37.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
61.33
51.33
51.33
61.33
51.33
51.33
102.66
102.691
61.36
66.00
66.00
66.00
06.00
66.00
66.00J
132.001
132.00
132.00
132.00
42.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
148.50
148.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
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
3.61
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
9.02
9.02
9.02
9.02
2.87
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
10.16
10.16
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.30
3.39
3.39
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Group Two (2), New West-
minster Dlatrict.
A certificate of Indefeasible Title to
the above property wlll be Issued   to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the   20th
day of June. 1912, unless ln the meantime a valid    objection    thereto    be
made to me ln writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or Interest
therein, or ln any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, May 13, 1912.
14,479.60|$990.29
,Notlce is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties ln the schedule mentioned ���above the Bums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court ot Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock ln the forenoon, at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
^Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4th, 1912.
Date of first publication June 6th, 1912.
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. 8th 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.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Re Lot 4 of Lot 9, Block 36, In the
City of New Westminster:
Whereas proof of the..loss of Certificate of Title Number 10432A, issued in the name of Christopher
Brown, has been filed in this office.
Notice ia hereby given that I ahall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate, unless in the meantime valld objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.  C,  May 11,  1912.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
Summer Time
Table
Goes into effect June 2nd.
Toronto and Kamloops local will
leave at 8:20 a.m. Imperial Limited
at 8:10 p.m. St. Paul train at 2:45.
Agassize local at 6:22.
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and tfte proportion in which  the assessment is made on per foot frontage.
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W.  Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
1 Blk.    Lot.    Bub. R*��ub.
ABBeesed Owner.
frontage
Feet.
Amt.
6,7, 39 &
40
Eastman's
Reserve.
8,9,35,
etc.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
11
12
13
26
27
I Hudson, Isaac  	
I Hudson, Isaac 	
; Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald.  Daniel  	
Maloney, Louise, Maud Mary  .
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette
Shilea, Jennie L.  	
Loree, James C	
Lcr:o, James C	
Brown, Evelyn T	
McPhail, George 	
Orr, William H. and John E. ..
(iir. William H. and John E. ..
Hatherley, Thoa. R	
50,
60.
50.
50.
50
60
60
50
50.
50.
60.
00
50.
50.
001
.00
00:
.001
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00
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00'
08
00
Eastman, Henry A. ....��� I     97.00
iS   7
S   7
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
5 Wpt. pt. 66x132
^^     99x132
198x165
7
8
9
NE
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
6
27
28
Pt.
S10|
S10
NV4
1
3
4
6
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
S E pt.
N  pt.  9
10
11
Strelght, Harvey M	
Hart. F. J., & Co., Ltd	
Townsend. William E, 	
Jat dine, John B	
Major. Henry C	
Dougherty, James H	
Hendry, Robert R	
Hendry, Robert R	
Brown, Katie E	
Tether, Constance 	
Cunningham, J. W	
McPherson, Isabella Wilson .. .
iMcGIll & Cralg 	
McGill, Q. ani Craig, Thos. S...
Johnson. J. A	
Wolfenden, George  	
Jardine, J. B	
Dunn, C.  Celvania  	
Murchie, E. D. and Jemmlna M.
Mountain, Harriet Luclnda	
Hill. Jane H. G. Estate	
HIU, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Edmonds, H. L. 	
Edmonds. H. L	
Rennle, Ellen J	
Dingle, Fiotence E	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M	
Dili. Arthur E. B	
P.aber. Walter James 	
Chappell, J. G	
Astle; James W	
Simpson. Guy   	
Brown, Carrie A	
McMillan, E. R	
McPhail, George 	
tycPhall. George 	
Merrldith, Ellzabetk M	
Boughen, E. J 	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
6.18
cmuauh nwm
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 Atlantic to the Paciilc,
ln Cuba throughout tbe Island;'
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
oelent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford   Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $16,000,000.00
Branches tbrougnout Canada and
Newfoundland, ana ln London, England, Naw Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
D.S.A., snd Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
3orrespondenta In all parts of tke
world.
Savings Bank Dspartmeat���Deposits
���ecelved ln aums of $1 and upward,
and Interest alio wei at 8 par cent par
innum (present rata).
Total  Assets  over $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WC WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IP YOU CAN.
CRELUT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
m
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Eatlmataa divan.
211 Sixth  Avenue. Phone 507
MEW WESTMINSTER : B.C.
Second Hand Store
McDONALD & SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
SO Mclnnes Street. Phono lOOa.
69.2!
ll " 4.41
59.4!
I      3.79
59.42
3.79
69.3C
3.78
69.2E
4.41
59.42
3.79
69.4!
3.79
69.42
3.79
S6.O0
4.20
99.00
6.30
198
12.60
47.00
2.99
73.66
4.69
66.00
3.66
73.34
4.67
69.40
3.78
68.72
3.74
68.72
3.74
66.00
4.20
69.40
3.78
69.40
3.78
69.40
3.78
69.40
3.78
92.40
5.88
92.40
5.88
49.60
3.15
49.50
3.15
49.60
3.15
49.50
3.15
49.60
3.15
61.33|
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.3S
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.33
3.27
61.33
.3.27
307.40
19.12
33.00
2.10
33.00
2.10
33.00
2.10
3634.71
$231.07
Notice ls hereby riven, that ihe Corporation of the City of N'ow Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the ptoperttes 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 the assessment so 1 reposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 2Rtb day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at the Council Chamber ln the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of tho 'Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of 'Revision.    '
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
City Hall, 4th June, 1912.
Date of flrst publication, 6th June, 1911       <, .    ! *"  '
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10
a. in. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. ni.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leavea   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m:
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. MAnday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
> ED. GOULET,
Agent, Naw Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P  A.. Vancouver
REMOVALNOT1CE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER ANO '
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westmlnater, B. C
Workshop 611  Victoria Street.
(Over Dally Newa.)
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 118  Office: Princeaa St.
Phona R672.
619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning, I
Sawcr Connecting,
Cesapeola, 8eptlo Tanks, Etc.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit und workmanship guaranteed.
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. ahould
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only In this way
may an efficient   delivery   be   main
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENOER3 ITS CU8TOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BU8INE88  RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST ...
 $4,600,000
 $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    \% C
���RANCH
talned,
iii-uJU
Ll
GRACEY, MANAGER.
���nrrHarssar-Tir, irtVairnTTS
. ^irnmaH *ftw.n*wtttw.Wrt
���mmm A   WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
'���':������       I
!';
\
ALL SIZES and
ALL PRICES
$2.50 to $6.00
AND
Wire Hammocks at
$3.00
���iOLD  BY���
.', \ V -.' .
Anderson & Lusby
B. &. M.  FISH
Point Grey HerUig 4 lbs. for 25c
Live Cod   (half-or whole)    lb. 8c
Smoked Halibut   lb. 16c
B. *. iM. Hrand Ki;>pers  lb. 10c
Finnan Haddle -.; 2 lbs. for 25c
Prime Rabbits ��. each SOc
537 Front>��V  -   Phone 301
City News
r DQES .Y0&5fc. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO YOUR FAMILY
DIE WITH YOU ? IS IT NOT YOUR
DUTY TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAINST ANY FRET OVER
FINANCES AFTfih YOUR DEATH ?
YOU CAN D0 THAT BY TAKING
OUT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY.
LET US TALK IT OVER WITH
YOU.
Alfred W. McLeod
The funeral took place on Saturday
from Murchle's undertaking parlors
of Tong Wun, un old Chinese resident
of this city.
Rye bread���like your mother us?>'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Tele-
phone R 281. ���*
P. R. Pearse, expert piano tuning.
Leave orders at Todd's Music House,
Phone 694. **
Delegates from the Victoria and
Vancouver branches of the Y. M. C.
A. will be in the city on Wednesday
for the purpose of attending a concert
given by the association here.
All standard ranges of typewriters
for Eale at Lee"s Ltd. Call and inspect our stock. **
There are still some good seats
left for "The Spring Maid." Ring up
Tidy, the dorisi, phons L184, and reserve yours. **
Accoidlng to tl.e la;set advices
from Mission, B.C.. the Fraser Is rising, having registered 18 inches within the past three days. J.uet previous
to this the river fell to a point lower
than it had ever attained within the
past 17 years.
Raspberries and blackher: ies for
preserving. Orders accepted for
delivery   in   July.   Bunting, Box (194,
'"Ity, **
Ice cream, strawberries an.l homemade candy will be sold at the lawn
Social to be given by the Olivet Baptist church choir, on Tuer3ay evening,
.lune 18. at Mrs. A. E. Postiil's. S3.
Third stieet. Everybody welcome.
Come and   s^end    a pleasant '- even-
jjj^ ;-!,,:���!..'    S0#|6.
The Progressive association ha-'
been advised that several Vancouver
newspapers contemplate brtnjsing o'.it
spe, iai editions in July in which New
\Vestmiiis;er will be given promin
ence,
Have vou seen the new front door
just out at the Walsh Sash & Poor
Co. ? **
The last day in secu.lng discount
on provincial taxes expires on June
30. If the taxpayers wish to save 10
per cenr. the tax must be paid at tht
office of Provincial Assessor Creisih
ton cn or before, the last day of this
month.
Found at the Walsh Sash & Dooi
Co.. on Fourteenth stieet, everything
in the line of sash and doors.      **
The plscatorally inclined, whether
for s^ort. or business, are hiving
little success with the-salmon, for the
past few days a;. least. In almost
everv section of the river the catch
I continues small.
address of welcome and Professor Indium, Rev. C. W. Brown and Rev.
Bradshaw will be among tbe speakers. It ls anticipated that from eight
to. twelve thousand Orangemen will
attend.
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912.
At the Opera House.
Owing to the "Spring Maid" playing here this evening, Manager Tidy
of the Opera House, thought it best
to cancel Fe:ris Huffman in "The
Campus," which was ;o play here
next Wednesday evening. It was not
���thought advisable to have two big
musical, comedies so close together,
and the "Spring Maid" being the
larger eot the preference. The next
attraction a{ the Opera Houea following the "Spring Maid" will be the
Kinamecolor pictures of the Durbar
next Thu: sday, Friday and Saturday
evenings.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.
A. R. C. M.
ANOTHER PIONEER GONE.
Member of the Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
Mrs.  Miller, of Port Hammond, Waa
Well  Known in Valley.
Mrs. Eliza Jane Miller, an aged
resident of Port Hammond, who passed away on Thursday, was one of the
most popular tnd well known pioneers
of the Fraser valley. The deceased
was 87 years of age, having been a
resident, of Mie valley for the rast 38
years, 15 of which were spent in Port
Hammond.
Mrs. Miller taught the flrst private
school established, anl Mrs. Clute
and Mis. Major were among the many
well known New Wes/minster citizens
of today who were her pupils.
The  deceased   lady   was  possessed
of several talents besides that of in-j
structress, and the pictures she paint-1
ed���for, she was an artist���displayed j
a latter day conception most uncommon among brush  and  pen wleit'ersj
of t'ie old    school.    These    pictures
were eage.ly so/glit   by her   former
scholars and several tha- she painted
:n I.cr declining jearg no.v adorn the.
waits of city trSmss. |
Mrs. Mlilsr wag   ttlght   and   well,
right un to the time of her death, having walked from Port Hammond    to
I'ort Haney, a distance of about three
irile3 once last fall.
The funeial took place on Saturd-ty
afternoon from the Murchie undertaking parlors. Rev. Mr. G.iuvier,
Episcopal minister of Hammond, officiating.
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
TAMING  OF THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
DMf i. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd'a or Major's
Mus'c  Houses.
C. P. R. Officials Here.
In com-iany with Mr. George Bury
���ice-president anl general manager of
tbs C. P. R., a number of piominent
railway men- came over from Vancou
ver by automobile on Friday for the
purpose of seeing the company's line?
!n Westminster. The party included
Mr. F. W. Peters, general sureiln
tendent. lor the B. C. division; iMr. J.
0. Sullivan, chief engine?-- of western
lines; Mr. A. 10. Stevens, assistant
: eneral superintendent; Mr. G. R.
arahara, division superintendent,
and Mr. H. R. Rindal, division engineer. Mr. Bury has just completed a
thorough inspection of the C. P. R.
ir.es in Vancouver and other points
jn tie coast, an.l on his re urn t'Ip
!i-? will po:,through the Boundary
���ountry and the Crow's Nest pass.
Phone   62.
667 Columbia St.,
i \ 1      tux*
Wood. wood.
Walsh Sash &
i&L
wood,   wood
Door  Factory.
to burn.
Phone
**
I Hospifal Plans Now Completed
���^
New   Westminster.
We Have
******^~*mr~*f**^'^aS*mr*aL*~a,^*J~lJ**r~*S-*^S**^^
A NEW STOCK OF
Bathing Caps
from 25c to $1.50 each.
Water Wings
at 35 cents each.
TRY OUR
Milk and Roses
for Sunburn.
ARSENATE LEAD
for tree spray,   in  any
quantity.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
SEED8
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;
New     Weitmlnitpr.
Ret   72.
B    C
YOUR DOCTOR WILL RECOM-
MEND US.
We have- been so exact in the
compounding of prescriptions
that we .now possess a well
earned reputation for accuracy
and promptness. Never has a
physician had a cause for complaint in one way or another.
This sounds like self prnlse,
but It 1s the duty of every
pharmalsit to see that such a
service '8 given   to   his trade.
Bring your prescriptions to
Muir's und the speed and sure-
ness of your recovery from ill-
ness will be more certain.
See your doctor, then see us.
MUIR'S Pharmacy
Phone 83.       New Westminster,
The annual meeting o! the hospital
lioarj  wiU    be    helrt    on  WedneBda;
when it will bo considered whether or
no lt will be t>'visable Vi call tende
at once for the erection of the n<��
municipal hesrifal lor which a by-law
is being submitted on the 26tli inst.
You would do well to call and see
the new styles of Mission furniture
at the Walsh Sash & Door Co.     **
Mrs. Fern.ison anl Mrs. Wright
have been appointed by the Local
Council of Women as the representa
tnes for thnt body on the hospital
board. Mrs. Wright succeeds Mrs. >3
.1. Pearce. who with Mrs-. Ferguson
bas done ste-ling work in this position for some years.
Reward of $100 will be given to any
one who can make letter doors than
the Walsh Sash  & Door Co.        ������
Rev. William McKay, of Harrison,
B.C.. is in the city for the purpose ��>
attending the convention of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
which will be held in Vancouver this
week. Rev Mr. McKay is a son of
Rev. ,1. S. McKay, an old time clegy-
man of Westminster, who was pastor
of St. Andrew's church 24 years ago.
If you dn not buy your sash and
doors at the Walsh Sash &. Door
Co. we hoth lose money. **
The ineeting which wag to bs helc*
in cor; Mann on Saturday for tn<
purpose or forming a board of trade
was pos ; one.I on account of the in
il Ij Ity oi some of the leaders to at
tend, On Wednesday evening, howler, it is the intention of tliose in-
teiested in tiie movement to meet and
cairy oui  their deferred purr ose.
iMr. W. navies, a logger, aped .'lfi,
died In St. Mary's hospital on Saturday after an Illness of some days
The former home of the de:easel and
Incidents connected with his rt'.s:- ap-
'-ear lo be t-lnou.led In mystery, as Up
to the present time no information
has been ascertained which might tell
of the vv hereabouts of relations o
Men s. The body now lies at the
Murchie undei taking pariois.
Manager Tidy wishes io state to
the holders of tickets for the perform
ance of "The Siring Maid" in the
opera house this evening that anybody coming in after the curtain r,oes
up lor the Unit act will not be shown
to their seats until the act has been
j played through, All persons who have
userved their seats and not called
for thorn vvill have to get their
tickets before (; o'clock this evening.
After that, they will be taken to the
box office an.l resold.
Special excursion rates from id!
parts of the province have been arranged Ior the British Columbia
Oiange Jubilee which will be ho!.! In
Weet minster on July 12 ln honor of
Ihe New Westminster branch of the
order, which vvas established in this
city In 186.1J.    Mayor I.e.* ��ytll give an
I Continued trom page one)
���fct'slYnllar to- th-e city
rUoiie'
tem ak\ which, will connect with city
lnes,   will 'Alio
iy i lii
on s*
rs   w
be lnc.alle<l. while
separate talkttiss tubes ar.d listeners
Ul hte pro-vMed a: dumb waiter
shafts and hetwen the matron's apartments and the nurses' quarte's.
The main building itself will be
erecied in two sections, the first of
which will be the northern portion
which is to be commenced and carried to completion before the second
section is begun. Tho cottage extension on the existing building will fltst
be demolished, and once the north
half cf the new s1 ructure is complete! the Royal Columbian Hospital
authorities will transfer their quarters: the vacated building will then
be demolished, and work immediately
begun upon the excavations for 'the
south half- or remainder of the new
$100,000.00 hospital.
YOU
ARE
JURE
OF LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
you buy Rubber Goods from our
store, ns we never handle inferior ��ra:'.es !
Hot Water Bottles, Syringes,
Ice. Bags, Gloves. Sheeting,
Bandages or anything else sold
in Ituhbe;'.means first quality at
fair prices at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
ALWAYS
The   latest   styles,   first   class    workmanship,  and  entire  satisfaction   bv
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lome   Street,    New   Wettmintter.
Island
.
ity Limits
Fo���r and a half atjres, all cleared, unde-.dralnsd and planted ln
potatoes and email fruit; new six roomed house; large barn, chicken
houses and other buildings. City water In house and barn. This is
below market value.   See us at once.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street New Westminster
NEW    APPOINTMENTS
MADE   FOR   SCHOOLS
The following teachers have recently been appointed by the school trustees, the appointments to go into effect in August after the summer holidays.
Mr. W. H. Gtieve, principal of the
new Sixth Avenue School, Mr. I. Hop-
penstadt. Miss Francis Cod, Miss
Alice Pierce, Miss Chester, Miss Pal-
bick and Miss H. T. Davis.
Numetous other appointments
which as yet have no:, been announced will be made shortly to fill vacancies in t'.;e staffs of seveial schools
as weil as the new positions created
by the completion of the Sixth ana
Seventh avenue Institutions.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Well located Buinaby acreage is getting scarce und like most good
Ihings Is In pretty st:ong demand. It won't be long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have heen subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner of a few broad acres
will be able to get almost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Burnaby Lake tram line, is about tlie
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake pro-
I erty Is selling at from $11000 per acre and up. We can quote a pilce
away below that, and we can give good terms.
E. H. BUCKUN, N. BEARDSLEE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President See. and Treat.
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD. =
Manufacturers  and  Wholesaio Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phonea No   * and 877.   Shingles, Sash. Door*.   Mouldings. Etc.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 0 p.m., with half hourly service
untir lt p.m., laat car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at, ��, 7, 7-.30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45, 6:46 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundavs���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fiist car at 8 a.m., regular
Eervice thereafter. *
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
reduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips coveilng
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKE   VOIR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points a;
P:30 a.m., ltL'O and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
W. R. OILLEY, Phone 122.
Q. E. GILLEY, Phont 291.
Phonee, Office 15 and If.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR   HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the Ume to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, ror tt la the stuff that ths tous-
datiotiB of wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be uaed ln two wayi; to spend for what lt
needed now aud to Invest for wbat ahall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt lt flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. uEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
...i-..-u... jj
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN  ���������
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employer** Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
I
Builders ��<��� Contractors
We haye purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Trading
Company and wlll continue the business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.    A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills ot Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.  |

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