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 VOLUME 7, NUMBER 91.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNW 21, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTB.
m,
JURY CONDEMNS
DANGEROUS ROAD
Two Deaths On Sunday Due
to Conditions at Horse
Shoe Curve.
Responsible Parties Should   Be   Compelled to Put It In Safe
State.
CAMPAIGN NOW
ON HOME STRETCH
An Inquest was held yesterday afternoon at the court house for the purpose of Inquiring into t'he circumstances s;inoundlng the death of Mrs.
Richard Harvey of Vancouver, and in-
fairt son, who were killed on Sunday
when the automobile in which they
were riding plunged over the embankment on the Hlver road to Ladner.
The Jury empanelled in the case
were fli st taken to the scene of the
accident in automobiles, and after
making an examination of the roadway
returned lo the city where the inquest
was conducted In the small debts
couit nn.ier the direction of Doctor A.
A. King, the coroner.
jury's Finding.
After heaiing the evidence the Jury
brought in the following verdict:
"We find tlie deaih of Lillian and
Reginald Harvey was caused by an
accident Y��ueu their automobile fell
over the embankment at the Horse
Shoe cur e ;.bout five miles from New
WeB.ijins.t'r on the road known as
tho  River roaa  to Ladner.
"We find on the evidence presented
that the acol.'.ent was caused by the
very dangei ous condition of the road
at that nlace.
"Having .personally examined the
rnad from the Anrilville rost office to
the top of the hill be on 1 the Horse
Shoe curve, we find it extremely
dangerous in a number of places but
particularly where the accident occurred.
"We also consider tbat the responsible parties for t'ie road should be
compelled to put it In a safe slate an.'
until such is done to put up signs
warning the public of Its unsafe condition."    .
Mr.   Harvey'c   ACTCOimt.
* Al n,e wegtrnilhs ot the pioce&dinjss
Coroner King ieaj a deposition trom
Mr. HJchsra H��rv��y who w:>�� In vhe
nutoiuniiiie at the Uttie ot the accident, and who l�� now at the General
Hospital. Vancouver, suffering from
Injuries received.
Mr. Harvey stated tbat he was re
turning fiom Boundary bay on Sunday
afternoon with his wl'e Lillian and
three children. Alexander, Gladys and
Reginald; Mr. Macy of Vancouver, was
driving an automobile which followed
his on the road. At the foot of the
hill near tlie Horse Shoe curve he
stopred and helped Mr. Macy adjust
tire chains to negotiate the grade
which was very sandy and hard for an
automobile to climb, then he'went on.
Mr. Harvey stated that when the ac
cldent occurel the front wheels of
the machine took a sudden skid ln the
sand, and without warning auto and
occupants��� w<re' plunged Into the
ravine 70 'fret  below.
Over the Bank.
Mr. Frank Macy said that the first
he knew of the accident was when
driving by the place hU wife had remarked that an automobile had gone
over the embankment as she could see
by marks on tbe road. He had not
stopped Just then as he had all he
could do to keep his own machine from
'skidding In the narrow dangerous
roadway. Coming to a safe place
farther along the road however, he
had stopied, and, leaving tils wife, had
gone back, climbed down the embankment and found Mr. Harvey covered
-with blood from several bruises, frantically digging beneath his overturned
automobile In un endeavor to ext I-
rate Mrs. Hnrvev who was pinned
down with the edge of the car across
her breast.
"Already," snld 'Mr. Macev, "the
film of death was clouding Mrs. Harvey's eye* and the distracted husband
was crying "Oh! Macey. My wife Is
dead and I can't find my baby,"
In response to a question from one
of thp Jurymen tlie witness stated thiyt
when he descett/lel the slope he had
aeen the two children Alexander and
Oladya, who had been thrown Into
clumps of bushes nnd were unharmed,
but he had not seen the baby until the
car was Jacked up and Mrs, Harvey
removed with one of he rarms still
holding the dead chili,
Mr. Macey aald thnt Mr. Hnrvey had
repeatedly warned him of the dangerous condition of lhe hill.
Menace to Life.
Mr. George E. Trorey, another auto-
moblllst who arrived on the scene
shortly after the accident had occurred *leo testified ns to the very
dangerous nature of the road, stating
that its condition was a menace to
life and was so narrow that if was almost an Impossibility for teams to
pass.
Dr. King at tbls stage Informed the
Jury that he had mado an examination
of the car with a view of ascertaining
if anything had rono wrons with the
stearing gear. The gear wus In rer-
foct working order and tie car wan
)> running on Intermediate speed at the
time of tbo accident.
Doctor Soeska.,
Dr. W. D. Brydon-Jnctc, the next wit.
ness called, stated that he hnrt passed
Jn his own automobi'e shortly after
the accident had occuried,   and had
I     (Continued onjjage four) I
Only Two Days Remain for Progressive Association Committees to
Strivo for Leadership.
The disagreeable weather caused a fulling
off in the membership
campaign for the Progressive association,
but a canvass among
the committees discloses that several of
tbem are holdiing back to the last
stretch when tliey hope to take the
high total in a walk.'
Just how tliey can achieve it remains to be seen, but all seem confident of making the thermometer
touch boiling point before closing
time on Saturday. Yesteiday the
municipal committee shot still further
ahead. The officers' team Is buy and
now the finance committee is heaving
In sight as a serious Competitor.
The number of members to date has
reached the 22(5 mark already, and a
supieme effort will be made by today
and Saturday to secure the aim they
are working for, viz., 500 members.
Anyone wishing to Join this progressive body of citizens ' need not
wait for one of the committee to approach, but can ban! in his name to
the secretary at the offices of the
association, Columbia street.
OF
PICTljRES
EX-JUDGE PARKER
Glitter   of Gorgeous   Indian
Empire Vividly Portrayed
to Audience.     i
One Long Procession of Magnificence,
Loyalty, Discipline and VaHed
Interest.
McKENNA'S VISIT
INTERESTS BRAVES
Dominion Government    Commissioner
of Indian Department on Coast���
No Word of Changes,
Changes which will in all probability
take place in tlie situation of Indian
eserves ln or adjacent    to this    city
nee Dr. .McKenna, "Hyus Tyhee," has
ompleted his researches Into the uf-
fuiirs  of  the  Indian  derailment    at
Victoria are the subject of much
cusBlon. among    U��e    braves   of loisai
wt&xvamB.
Dr. McKenna is the commissioner
appointed by the Dominion government to act In their behalf In all matters of dlsnuts ln which the provincial
administiation and the Indians are
concerned. His visit to this city a
short time ago was understood to be
for the purpose of Investigating matters affecting the reservation which is
now locate I near Sixteenth street and
Fourth avenue, which tract would be
a desirable addition to the city.    m
lu nn interview with Mr. Peter
Byrn, the Indian agent here, the West-
mlnsier Daily News was Informed that
as yot no definite word of changes
here had been received from Dr. McKenna or the department at Victoria.
In explaining the situation as lt
stood at present. Mr. Byrn stated that
the Indian population here was not
over 40 ln nil nnd this included the
residents of three reservations situated as follows: One at the northern
approach of tho Kraser river biidge,
comprising an area of nearly ten
acre's. Poplar Island, a 27 nere tract,
itnd the Sixteenth avenue reserve
which contains 22 acies. theso were
populated severally by, the Langley,
Musqueam and Westminster tribes.
At certain seasons of the year, particularly when the salmon fishing wan
good Mr. Byrn stated that the last
nnmed reserve served as a port of u
rendezvous for the rod men wbo pitched their wlckups where the. would
not trespass upon the preserves of
their pale faced brothers. At such
times theie had been two or thiee
hundre 1 Indians here. ,
It Is understood among the Indians
that If their reserve on Sixteenth
Htrcet Is transferred to the cltv, they
will move over to Poplar Island, which
^t f'e present time Is practically uninhabited. In nny case, however, provision will lie made for them on ian:l
of equal value to that they relinquish.
Magnificent! The Klnemacolor pictures of the Durbar, shown at the
opera house last night were all that is
claimed of them, and more. Se,dom
has a finer show been put oa than
were theBe splendid pictuies of one ol
the most stupendously gorgeous
scenes in history.
Up in this northern corner of the
world, we often read of the colored
splendors of the great British Indian
empire, but while we lead, we realize
iittle of the dazzling pomp that In fact
exists in that land of wild romance
that land of 350,000,000 alien peoples,
governed in peace by a handful of
Britishers, but at last we have an opportunity of gazing at those colors
with our ' own e: es. Through l'he
medium of the latest wonder of the
worl J, the Klnemacolor, we are privileged, while the rain pours down
without, to go and bask In the sun of
India, to revel in the bright and harmonious hues of that great country's
crowds, to marvel at the sumptuous
pomp of her native rulers, and to
glory In nie military might, the" wise
judgment and the kindly rule that
marshal white and brown together In
the common service of the In.iian em-
ire and of the ICaiser-I-HInd, King
George Hie Fifth. Emperor of India.
Guns Go By.
No Britisher could have been present last night and not felt a   tingle of
)i ide to belong to the same race as
hose white-uniformed gentlemen that
moved so quietly In command of those
vast bodies of vai led    humanity   thai
thronged tlle Durbar, or as those' gal
ant  gunners who galloped pflst    the
saluting   pcint   with   the   khaki, gun?
bumping aii:l    trailing    behind   .ihem
iver the dusty desert that served foi
,ji,e.    i parade ground for HO.OQfl tXOtt*,
Democratic National Convention at Baltimore Ignores
W. J. Bryan's Protest.
Illinois Representative Files Notice of
Contests Against De'egates from
His SUte.
Baltimore, iMd., June 20.���Kx-Judge
Alton B. Parker, of New York, was
selected today as the temporary chairman of the Democratic national convention by the arrangement committee. The choice of Judge Parker was
made against the protest of William
Jennings Bryan, whose friends on the
committee submitted tbe names oi
four othe.- candidates.
Judge Parker ran on the Democratic
ticket for president in 1904, being defeated by Theodore Roosevelt.
Rainey Objects.
Notificatllon was flled tonight with
Urey Woo Ison, secretaiy of the Democratic national committee, by Repre
sentatlve Henry T. Rainey, of Illinois,
that contests would be made against
the six delegates at large from Illinois
and the first ten congressional dls
tricts, comprising the city of. Chicago.
ASSIZES  FINISHED.
Judge Disposes of Two    Last    Cases
on List.
At the conclusion of the assizes yesterday i.Mr. Justice Clement dismissed
the case brought against the corporation of Maple Ridge by Mr. Sikstrom
for the specific , arformance of an
agreement.
In the case of Gustafson vs. Gustafson for alimony tlie plaintiff was allowed a Judgment of $300 a year. Mr.
George B. Martin appeared for the
plaintiff, Mrs. Gustafson. while the defence was not represented.
In tbe first named case Mr. A. H.
McNeill, K. C, of Vancouver, was the
defendent's counsel while .Mr. W. J.
Whiteside conducted the case cn behalf of the plaintiff.
$253,000 CONTRACTS
EOR STREET PAVING
Columbia    Bltulithic, Hassam    Paving
and T. R. Nixon Companies A/e
Successful.
Contracts for paving First, Second
and Fourth gtreetB, Third, Fourth,
Fifth anl Sixth avenues with block!
bltulithic, or Hassam paving materia)
were awarded yesterday by the City
Council after a short special session.
The contracts for the improvements
on First, Second and Fourth street3.
Third and Fifth avenues were awarded the Columbia Bitulithic Pacing Co.
Ltd., at the following prices:
First street  $47,381
Second street     08,358
Fourth street       34,283
Third avenue       20,242
Fifth avenue      22,337
The Hassam Paving Company secured the contract for laying the pavement on Fourtli avenue, at a price ol
$27,290, the material used being sim
ilar to that now In use on Columbia
street.
Sixth avenue will be pave;! with
wood blocks, T. R. Nixon and Company luu in; secured the contract
which amounts to $27,800.
These exf endltures, which amount
to $253,000, will be provided for mainly
oul of the $250,000 bylaw which ls to
be voted u;'on shortly, the balance being supplied under the local improvement plan.
RED LETTER DAY AT
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
Archbishop McNeill Attends Prire Giv-
lng���Splendid Vista Opens Before Institution.
WESTMINSTER AS
SHIPPING POINT
English   Capitalists   Having
Large [Interests Plan to
Center at Tk�� Port
Fishing, Lumbering of North Will Contribute to Undertaking���Is.
land Service.
B. C.
G. R. TO E8TABLISH
PUBLICITY BUREAU
Realising the benefits to be derived
from acquainting Incoming settlers o.'
t'ie splendid opportunities of the
Fraser valley, New Westminster and
adjoining municipalities, the B. C. E.
R. have leolted to establish an Information bureau which wlll be located
ln the derot on Columbia street.
Plans have been prepared by the
comnnny which give apace for the
erection of a suitable stand, and a competent man wlll be P"t In charge, so
that accurate Information of the aur.
rounding districts can be obtained by
any ptie desirous of acquiring lt.
WORK  OF LAYING 8EWER8.
PROGRESSING RAPIDLY
Great rroaress ha�� been made In
'.riving f'o 8lvth street storm sewer
within.the part fev davs. Thl- system
nroildes fo- ��ll the water whloh comes
frcm the side- streets falling In the
direction of Sixth, an;! neceas'tates the
Installation of a two-foot pl-e.
City Engineer B'nckman stated ye*
tordav that similar sewers would
shortly be commenced on First, Sec
ond, Fourth and the Intersecting
streets.
'But there were not only Runner?
ttere% Here r.om�� Uie lance: s, the
Iragooiis,' the HI a eft Watch, and
Tommy Atkins trudging lt manfully
through the heat. Here too,are the
gallant little Guikbas, chumming with
te lanky Highlanders, here tbe bearded Sikhs, and here the fine soliiers ot
Madras, Next with bobbins; necks
jwny past the camel regiments, follow
cd by wild troops of small hill Rnjahs.
white jewelled elephants caparisoned
with costly silks, such as my lad>
!n this less wanton clime can never
hope to wear, arouse the won;ler of
ub all.
Order and Discipline.
The variety is endless, bewildering
v/ere It not for the' wonderful    order
everywhere.   There was an order and
they obeyed.   A quiet word spoken by j
the oflficer in charge, and a moment.)
wheel working within wheel, the whole
face of that vast arena, a mile nnd u
half n diameter,' is changed.   Troops
march in and out, whole cities of men,
as w'e count cities fn the west, move
and' countermove, yet Is there no excitement, no hitch, p.o unseemly running to   anl   fio.   Order,   discipline
And what Inspires    that   discipline ?
Loyalty.
"Servants of the King are we,
Serving each in hla degree."
And some.of that same spirit permeates the audience.    Hark, the band
Is playing "God Save the King."   Here
he Is. King George the Fifth, our King.
God bless him ! nnd everyone rises to
hts feet and stands to attention as the
grand notes of the National Anthem
aie played through     And then there
Is a gieat welcome for Queen Mary,
as she steps out   Into   the   sunlight,
shaded by a huge Eimshade of cloth
of gold, curried by a dusky attendant
ln robes splendor.
Dominant Note.
Disciplined service, that ls the
dominant note of the exhibition, an
exhibition especially sanctioned by the
King, with the express purpose of
carrying an understanding of the British cm"I c throughout the world.
Other thin*;* of great Interest there
are, pictures of elephants at their
ollet. wisely taking their baths, wisely feeding and aa everybody else.
wisely obeying the man In command
without question asked and without
re lRtance given.
Bnt not is our part to take the spectator through every foot of the three
miles of beautiful colored film. Enough
to say thnt tho whole show Is one
'ong procession of magnificent, lovalty,
discipline and a varied and wonderful
Interest that must appeal to the dullest mind, and urouse the most torpid
imagination to some conception of the
other worlds that exist outsldo of
British Columbia, outside of tbls white
world which forms oar uar:ow ho-1
zon. a world Into which It Is pjven lc
few to otiler with un-ieretnndlnc. but
into which It Is a piivelego to be given
the opportunity of only reeplng ns a
child Into Rn Illustrated boo';. We
Cannot read the letter press, but we
Can be fascinated by tbo pictures.
That there was something far more-
important In the announcement made
by the Westminster Dally News a few
days ago to the effect that Mr. E. J.
Fader, an.l an associated firm of English capitalists had awarded the contract for a large wharf on FTont street,
than appeared on the surface, and that
it meant .that one of tbe largest companies now operating in Biitish Columbia was establishing a shipping
point in New Westminster, was the
statement confirmed by Mr. Fader
yesterday.
Mr. Fader said that the firm for
which he was the Westminster agent
in which he was a shareholder, were
the owners of about seven industries
now being operated in the province,
the principal of which being the
Hayaport Townsite Company with
headquarters in Vancouver and in
Haysport, near Prince Rupert. Other
industries also controlled by the company are understood to be fishing and.
lumber interests located at various,
points along the coast.
Extensive Operations.
The establishment of ;a - shipping -
point on the Fraser in this city, Mr.
Fader pointed out would bring the
combined commerce of many industries to this port, which was the only
easily accessible port, other than Vancouver, that could accommodate the
output of the Prince Rupert and Hays-
port industries, declined for consumption in the Interior of tho province.
Mr. Fader admitted that there were
"big  undertakings"    in   .view    about
The  first commencement exercises I whicli he could give no expression at
of the graduates of St. Louis cotlegejthe present time save for the cautious
THt m rot of?
TO CAMP ONCE MORE
10<th Regiment Entrains at Noon Today En Route to Macauley
Plains.
Columbia street will be gay with
men in martial array at noon today
when the 104th regiment of Canadian
militia entrain at the B. C. E. R. for
Macauley Plains, near Victoria, where
the men wfll undergo their annual
training in company with several
other regiments, whose headquarters
are Vancouver and Victoria.
Although the local military wiU take
the Held with a larger force than last
year, the fact that several employers
In the city and district will hot allow
have past and gone, but the success
that attended the festivities yesterday afternoon and evening will long
linger In the memory of the student
body, the.faculty and the distinguish-
\ed gat hei Ing that was present in St.
Patrick's hall.
This was the first occasion that
such exercises were ever held at the
institution and the arrangements planned, were can led out ln a manner that
reflects a great deal of credit on
those who had them n charge.
Seated in the chair in the centre of
the platform was Archbishop McNeill
of Vancouver, who has always shown
a keen interest in the doings at the
college Institution. Around bim were
ranged many ecclesiastical dignitaries
connected with the Roman Catholic
church of the lower mainland, together with the faculty of the college.
An essay "The Prophet," by Alfred
Guichon. was very amusing, the theme
taking the .students and hearers forward to tbe ye.ar 1932 when a general reunion was held in thla ctty by
the members of the class of 1912, each
In his particular role or occupation.
Following the presentation of the
prizes by tbe archbishop, the latter
addressed a few words to the student
bodv, especially to the nine boys who
statement that "a very large company
backed by an almost unlimited amount
of capital was behind the establishment of the Kew W^npJiMtir.,receiving ""and shipping headquarters for
which application has recently been
flled for incorporation under the name
ot thc British Columbia Transport
| Company Limited."
Service to Island.
In addition to these great things in
store for New Westminster it ls understood that the establishment of a
passenger and freight steamship line
between here and Victoria is one of
the main objects this company has in
view.
In regard to the rumor that there
was a possibility of fishing interests
in Vancouver being transferred to
this city, Mr. Fader stated that he
could not confirm it as the industries
there were under the direction of
Captain C. H. Zeigler, British Columbia
agent, of the Kngiish company with
which' Mr. Fader Is associated.
their einplovees to est away for the graduate, from the college this   week
prevents the and 8�� 0,lt ,nto 4"e world to tnane l
required length of time, prev
104th from making the best crowing
it has ever made.
The Chilliwack and Cloverdale companies, accompanied by the regimental
hand of Chilliwack, will arrive In tbe
city at 11 o'clock, and a special train
will take the whole regiment over
to Vancouver, where they wiU board
one of the Princess liners for Vlctotia.
A stretcher bearer section, sixteen
strong, under the command of Lieut.
Manchester, win also go with the
contingent, Tbe return to the city
will be made on July 2.
The following are orders llssued at
the aimory laat evening:
Regimental order No. 28 by Lleut.-
Colonel W. A. Johnson, commanding
104th lO'dment, headquarters New
Westminster. Jupe .20, 1912.
Attached���Captain W. W. Irwin, R.
O.. has been attached to the 104th
regiment for annual training, June 21
to July 2, 1912.
^.Adjutant���Captain W. W. Irwin Is
hereby appointed acting, adjutant for
annual training, 1912, vice Captain P.
H. Smith on leave.
Orderly room���Sergeant H. Wiggins
Is here!>v appointed orderly room sergeant vice O. R. Sergeant Stefflns on
leave. To be orderly room clerk.
Private Sayer.
Promotions��� The O. C. has been
pi easel to approve of the following
promotions: To be sergeant, Pte. J
M. Robinson, B company; to be cor
poral, Bugler Little, A company.
By order,
Acting Adiutant.
P. H. SMITH. CAPT.
New Westminster wlll be represented at tb* annual convention of British
Columbia archlterrts. which opens ln
Victoria this morning, by Mr, FV G.
Gardiner and Mr. A. L. Mercer.   They |,i��\rate"MmWd^*iriro""7uowVd "hlm
left nere laat night. _ I liberty on reasonable ball
A  Sad  Scene.
The pollce court yesterday morning
vng the scene of a very pathetic little
drama, when a>oung wife, scarcely
out of her teens, tearfully charged the
voting man to whom she had been
married only a year, with non-support,
for he. self and yotmg child.
The .flung mnn pleaded not guilty
to the charge and ; hls case wai remanded until next Thursday by Mag-
name ior themselves,
"The many priies and medals",
said the archbishop, "are an Indication of the good work which has bees,
done during the past year, n the col.
lege. Remember that wben you go
back to your homes to heln your parents. It ls always rilht that you
should enjov yourselves as all young
reople should ?o, but you bovs can
do that and help at home .at the same
time.
"This colle-i Is the intermediate
between the common school and the
university, Let us hope thnt our
wishes will be gratified when the fall
term opens and that we shall have a
high Bchool class started. The world
today is beginning to realise that the
churches who take up education in a
general sense, are the ones who are
going to thrive and live. It Is a case
of life or death to the many denominations this question bow chil :lren-are
to be educated. British Columbia ls
in the midst of great development.
New towns nnd homesltes are springing up on all aides of u�� and there ls
no reason why a full fledged college
should not advance iii our midst.
"Roman Catholics ln this province
Will I know," continued the archMs-
hop, "support such a college where
our young men and women are to be
biought up In Christian environment
We are tn a position to go alien I and
we will do ��b. Terhnps It will take
some ; ears ol' hard'work but what of
that.,? F
As a final word of advlc�� to the
graduates, he appealed to them to go
out, ln the world renjemberlng the
college where tliev received their
training- Fea tv aoplnuse marked the
conclusion o' the "archbishop's address
Prlnclfal .1. R. McDonald pave a
brief resume of t'ia work clone durlnt*
the past year, ho.v in spite of bun:'!-
oipa success bad been attained. He
had sang'itne ho'cs of n successful
year commencing nevt fall, and an-
pealed to the * ni'snta of the students
to assist tbo stuff In the work. Mr
McDonald was followed by Mr. D. J.
Mclsaac, director of   athletics,   who
j tContlnuhd on Palps' Five.)
HOW THEY SETTLE
FEUDS IN TEXAS
Battle   Royal   Between Two Families
Results In Four Killed, Two
Wounded.
Sherman, Texas, June 20.���In a
feud battle between the Sharp and
VValdrop families at Sperry's ranch,
near here, this afternoon, four persons were killed and two wounded..
Before she wns slain, Mlss Georgle
Shane killed one man and wounded'
another man nnd bis wife.
The battle began when tbe Sharp*
family, consisting of Mlss Georgle, ber
fn ther and her brother Walter, passed
the horae of the Waldrops. Apparently
both sides began firing simultaneously.
Henry Waldrop killed Walter Sharp
and hia father. Aa they fell, Mlss
Sharp seized her father's still amok.
Inir rifle and-took np the battle. She
killed Russell Waldrop, then shot his
parents. Prone on the groun 1, Hem'/
Waldrop returned the flre and shot
Mlss Shnrp. She died almost Instantly. Today's battle waa the culmination of a lon; standing dispute between the two families.
. m  *i ��
$300 FOR WESTMIN8TER.        '
Half
a Dozen Chinese Gamblers Fall
Six moon-faced C*ll��ilnls who had
courted the smiles of .the Goddess
Chance ln a game of Fan-tan on Wednesday night, failed to appear before
Magistrate Fdmunds In the polio*
court yesterday oiornln*, und conse-
qretitly forfeited hall of $��0 each.
. The six ba| been un 'er tbe surveillance of the police tor aome time, on
suspicion of belnsr professional gamblers, and enpa.el In tbe nefarious-,
work of appropriating the^rolls of
Japs and foreigners by mesry* of the*
befiv�� mentlonei fan-ttWi. or hv th��
modern and more expeditious method1
ot draw-poker.
They were arested on a charge
laid under a sectlciKftf the Vagrancy
Act ���*, *
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1913.
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Classified Advertising
CANAOA'i EXPANSION.
The
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RATES.
One cent per word for day.
Four cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS,
n��ar Sixth street car line, 701 4th
avenue.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
���������������������������������������������������
TO RENT ��� HO USEKEEPiNG
rooms. Curnished, at 224 Seventh
stieet.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���Room and board in private house by gentleman; Westminster-Edmonds district. Address Box
79 Daily News.
WANTED���CHARGE OF ROOMING
house or chamber work, by experienced woman.   Box 77 News office.
WANTED���PARTNER WITH $500.00
in good paying manufacturing business.   Hox 76 News office.
WANTED-
-AT
ONCE,
GIRL
OR
woman
for
general
housework;
small    house:
good
wages.
Call
evenings,
6 to
8, at 430 Ash
street.
DRESSMAKER,   experienced, wants
work  either daily, or    wid make
ladles' own materials up at home.
Apply 215 Regina street.
FOR RENT���RIGHT IN THE HEART
of a delightful residential district,
two pleasant rooms with modern
conveniences and use of telephone
Included. Car line runs right by
the door. Apply 433 12th street,
corner of Fifth avenue, or Box 62
News Office.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
701 Fourth avenue.
ROOMS.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block,   Apply H. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTED���CABINET MAKERS AND
bench men. Apply Westminster
Woodworking company.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.      ROYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTED���AT ONCE, A PRBSSER,
man or woman, on ladies' and
gents' clothing. Pioneer Dye
works, $5 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.   APPLY
cafe,   opposite C. P. R
PERSONAL.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that John Rin-
del has taken over the entire charge
of the Reliable Tailors and Cleaners
establishment. AU accounts since
Dec. 1 will be taken over by him and
hereafter the firm will be known as
the Westminster Chemical Cleaners
and Dyers. John Rindel, 612 Carnarvon street.
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
purchased a canvas hammock at
Cunningham Hardware Company
early last week, call in and get a
refund of the prioe.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���AUTOMOBILE ROAD-
ster, 1911 model, owner going east,
bargain for quick sale. Will take half
cash, balance 60 days. Apply Box
No. 78 Daily News.
FOR SALE���NEW 14 FOOT PLEAS-1
ur�� boat.   1321 Third avenue.
BUENA VISTA SNAP���ONE LOT
cleared, gentle slope, fine view,
Echool on property. Terms $500,
15 down and 15 monthB. Apply
Owner, Box 76 Daily News.
FOR SALE���EMPIRE AND SMITH
Premier typewriters, ln first class
shape.   A snap.   News office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
FOR   SALE-
most new.
���A   BELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth street.
AI^
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, PRICE $5500���
Lots 52 1-2 by 148 1-2; good location
on Fiftih street; hall and kitchen
panelled; cement block basement;
furnace; bath room and three large
rooms upstairs; exceptionally large
11 living room. Cash $2500, balance 6,
12, IS.   No. 427.
| SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, PRICE $3150���
On Edinburgh street: beamed ceiling: panelled dining rosm; China
cabinet built in wall; fire place.
Cash $700, balance 6, 12, 18. No.
399.
MODERN BUNGALOW, PRICE $3600
���Five roomed house; fully modern;
full sb.ed basement; concrete floor;
furnace; fireplace; oak mantel. Cash
$1000, '..alanco 6, 12, 18 months.
FIVE-ROOMED BUNGALOW, PRICE
$2700���Full sized basement, piped
for furnace, panelle I dining room
situated cn Tenth avenue, close to
Twelfth street car line. A snap at
$2700; $600 cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months.   No. 431.
SIX-.-'.OOMED HOUSE, PRICE 83300���
On Seventh street; fully modern;
fireplace; good size lor. Cash $800,
balance arranged.    No. 402.
SMALL HOUSE. LOT 66 BY 132,
PRICE $2500-In Prlnce3�� street;
bath; toilet- lot ileartd and In fruit;
close to Moody Square; one-third
cash, balance 6, 12, IS months. No.
391.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
Dominion Is Swiftly Outgrowing
Her Facilities.
Canada, lias long been known ns
the Empire's granary, and every year
that passes strengthen.-: its title trj
that proud distinction. How great is
the actual and potential capacity of
t-e Dominion as a grain-producin*.?
country is illustrated By some striking figures, based on completa agricultural returns for 1011, lately com-
piledU by The Monetary Times, of
Toronto.
During the last four years the area
under crop has increased from 27,500,-
000 acres to nearly 33,000,000, wliile
the value of agricultural produce has
risen from 86 1-4 to 113 millions sterling. Despite the redaction in volume
and quality of last year's western
crops, there was a net rise in value
over the figures for 1910 of nearly
$00,000,000. Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
and Alberta recording gains of $18,-
000,000, $33,000,000. and $23,000,000 re-
spectively. In 1911 another million
acres were added to the area under
wheat, bringing the total acreage up
to 10,330,000.
Since 1901 the wheat area in the
Prairie Provinces alons has grown
from 2,500,000 to nearly 0,500,000
acros. In the decade Manitoba's output has increased from 18,000,000 ti
C0.000.000 busnels;' Saskatchewan's
from less than 500,000 bushels to well
over 97,000,000; and Alberta's from
less than 1,000.000 to more than 30,-
000,000. Saskatchewan is now the
greatest sinvle wlieat-producing area
in North America.
In estimating future developments,
various factors have to be borne in
mind. Only 66.000.000 acres out of a
total available of some 225,000,000
have yet been taken up by settlers,
and of this area less than a fifth
represents land under actual cultivation.
Immigration is hardly likely to be
less in the coming decade than in
the last, nt:d in 1914 two more transcontinental railways will be completed, and will render accessible much
new land for settlement. Assuming
that the ratio of expansion in the
next ten years will be as great as it
has been since 1901, it is calculated
that there will be in 1920 a wheat area
in the western provinces of 34,300,000
acres and n crop of 513,000,000 bushel'".
At 75 cents per bushel this works
out at the huge total of $384,750,000.
In the light of such figures, there
is evidently ample room for the strenuous efforts that are being made to
improve the Dominions' transport facilities. Rapidly as the railway systems have extended, they have uot
kept pace with the needs of the west,
where the problem of freight congestion has lately assumed serious proportions.
In industry, as well as in agriculture. Canadians confidently look forward to a steady expansion of activity. A prominent member of the
Canadian Manufacturers' Association
places the number of existing industrial establishments at 20,000, representing  an   invested  capital   of  '2C.0..
REFORM OF CALENDAR.
The following i.s of interest as showing the progress being made towards
the reronn of   the   present   calendar
system:
Ottawa, June 7, 1912.
Dear Mr. Cotsfvoith: ���
At last I can congratulate you on
progress having actually been made
in the reform you have so long father-
ed and advocated.
half an hour a?o I left the Premier's office when the full Council of
the- Hoyal Society met him by appointment. I enclose with this the deliverance which was read to him. That
with the lortion of the transactions of
the Royal Society which was published in pamphlet fcrm, goes to the office of the Gove.nor-General and from
theie by His Royal Highness to the
Home authoiities to dijtlibute among
the several Governments as was dons
in'the matter of 'Standard Time." In
this way all civilized nutions will lnivi
the matter befoie them and in due
time an International Conference will
be expected to deal with the subject.
I can do no more at present and it
remains for me to congratulate you on
being the father of the leform which
will be of much benefit to the human
family in the futme years of the
world.
Tbe matter is now in a fair way of
settlement  by  nn  International  Conference representing these interested.
Yours most truly,
(SgJ.)��� SANDFORD  FLEMING.
The Evening Luxury
lid l f ��� n ��!!
CEYLON TEA m
Anticipated with delight by all who use it
LEAD PACKETS ONLY. BLACK, MIXED OR GREEN.
AT ALL GROCERS.
SMGHE8T AHiRB-St. I Ol IS.   1901.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
'INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Mr. O. H. Rathburn is not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Match
Co.. Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co.,'
Ltd.    The publlc will kindly take due | SIX ROOM COTTAGE to rent; $25.00
notice of the above
(Sinned)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ud
Dominion  Match  Co., Ltd.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for PulMng Down Hor6e Show
Structure.
T!ic Corporation Invites tenders for
tho pulling down of the existing frame
work of tho Ilorrc Show Huilding at
Que) ii ��� i :n ii.
All the lumber Is to be carefully
Stacked, In slzts, dear of the proposed file.
Further particulars moy be obtained from tha office of the City Engineer.
Tenders to lie delivered to the un-
derslgned not later than 6 o'clock on
tlie 2nd. day of July.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
Cltv Clerk,
city i!a:i, 2' th day of June, 1912.
I er month.     ^^^^^
SIX ROOM HOUSE to
per month; both new
location,
rent;   $25.00
nnd  in  good
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.C., 2181  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 Ealp and i"ir-
cliase to certain lands described ur
follows: Lot 8 cast, 9 west, block 1,
of 11. L. 158, group 1, New Westmln-
ater,
Blr,���Take notice that I decline to
register herein for tbc following reason, \ iz.. poor description.
And take notice that unless you
comply with the provisions of section
x:', of lids acl within 80 days from j
the date hereof, your application shall
be und be deemed to be cancelled and
void.
C,  B,  KEITH,
District Registiar.    |
SNAP THIS MONEY MAKER���Nine
choice acres in Surrey; several
acres cleared, balance light clearing. Five roomed house; barn
I2x2fo chicken houae 12x48, 1000
chickens,' 50 ducks, 40 bens. Cood
running -veil at the door; roose-
benlcj, curiantH. 2000 strawberry
! lants, 14 mixed fruit trees-. $ioo
wi-ih or wire fencing. Price $3500.
Faay 'leims. Let us show you thlf
property.   No. fi.
GENERAL STORE AND POST OF
FICE���Turn over $70u to $inm per
month. Pine growing distiict. Store
well stocked, scales, horse, wagon
and full equipment. Attractive | nc<
and easy terhisl. ThU i3 a money
maker.   No. 9.
NEW HOUSE AT EDMONDS���Ready
about a month; eight rooms; modern; nicely finished; only short distance fiom car line.   No. 24.
FIVE LOTS FOR $3000���These are on
new eil-off near Gilley station. Will
sell lots separately. These arc well
wo; th youi attention.
SMALL HOUSE AT EDMOND8���Only
short distance from car line and
store. $1500; small cash payment.
Easy terms for balance.   No. 24.
See Us About Highland Home.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis  Block.  New West-Lifter.  ��*.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
000,000 a'.er'.ing, and turning out finished products ol a like value annually.
These industries are ab> to employ
500,000 |>er.tons. whose acpre^Hta w��.'-
es probably do not fall fnr short of
fifty   millions   sterling   per   annum.
A recent survey by tbe Conservation Commission showed that the present development lias reaehe I 1,061.000
horsepower. Thia represents but a
tithe of tiie power which can he economically developed as the need arises.
Moreover, the great bulk of the country's most important industries, employing a large proportion of tl.e capital invested, are based upon supplies
of raw material whieh lie ready ai
hand, and for the development of
which cheap power is essential.
Canada, therefore, it is a<lde<l, possesses the raw material, the power,
and Uie necessary market. It only
remains to secure a sufficiency of
capital and labor in order to hrint
about a great expansion of industrial
activity.
Imperial Motor Traveling.
Many prominent Hritish motorists
are being encouraged by articles in
London papers to bring their car* to
Canada, which hag not enjoyed a
favorable reputation for good roads.
Tours through tlie overseas dominions,
instead of the continent, aro becoming more and more fashionable. So-
"iety iii quick to follow tbe lead of
the Court, and you wlll have noted
that t i: Kin? and Queen do not in-
ilulge in continental traveling as did
the late King Kdward.
Another peer who is turning his tt-
tention to Canada is Karl Blanllope,
who, at a recent .lecture, saiil t'..ht he
did not (>ose as an authority on the
subject ol Canada, but that in hi*
recent tou* around the world, lie
spent some considerable time in lhe
principal towns ol Canada. His whole
trip covered twenty thousand miles,
md he went twice across Canada,
Canada was thirty times the size of
the Hritish Isles, which wore only
one-hundredth part of the Hritisli Umpire. There were far mure possihili-
ties of Canada becoming a rich and
powerful nation than the United
states ever had or ever would have.
Those possibilities were iu hur extensive wheat fields, which, year by
yenr, were extending still' further
north.
A Spasm of Globe Trottinj.
Mr. and Mrs. L, Dickenson, ol Victoria. B.C., have left Unit city on a
world trip of a most extensive nud
exhaustive character, occupying a period of eight months and embracing
calls at all the loading centres of l-ai-
rtjpe, South Africa, Australia, and the
Orient.
The peculiar and interesting feature
about the trip of this retired couple
is that until now Mrs. Dickenson hns
never been out of the city tit Victoria
in her life. She i.s going to dn nil
her traveling at once nnd encircle the
world in one great spnsiu of globe
trotting. Hoth Mr. ami Mrs. Dickenson aro well known in Victoria, the
former having tarried on a most successful groccryrTiusincss ou Douglas
street for mu::y years.
Bsoerpt from the Transactions o.
the Royal Society of Canada:
Tlie Secretary of Sec'lon III. reports
that the following resolution has been
adopted UNANIMOUSLY by the Section:
'Section III. recommends that the
Council he instructed to memorialize
the Governcr-General on the subject
of the fir'mm of the Almanac, asking
His Excellency to hi ing the need of a
new Calendar to the attention of the
Imperial Government with the view of
steps being taken to obtain the assent
of all civilized nations thereto."
The motion being put to the society
was carried UNANIMOUSLY.
The 1912 Annual Meeting of the
Royal Society of Canada passed the
fol'owing as their second Resolution:
"Retoived tbat Mr. M. B. Cotsworth's proposal for ths /tefprra of the
Calendar receive the endorsation of
the Society."
Ottawa, .Iiinp 6, 1912.
Copy of Petition from tbe Royal Society cf Canada to His Royal Highness the Governor-General ln Councll.
The underslpncd has the honor to
state that in pursuance of a resolution
adopted at the last Annual Meeting of
the Royal Society of Canada, held ln
the month of May. last, the Council of
the Society would res)��ectfully beg
Ieavc to represent to \our Royal Highness in Council that the subject of the
refoim of tbe Augustan Calendar at
present in use in Kurope and America
and more or less ln every i art of the
globe, has of late years been occupying attention In many different countries, an.l that there Is reason to believe that step* will be taken at no
distant day. for Invling a censide a-
tion Of the question h the leadlnp.
?cvcrnments of the world.
Various schemes for the simplification ct the Calendar have been pro-
losed. All aim at preventing that dis-
locution ot the relation of the days ot
the week to the days of the month
which t�� the necessary results of dividing the S65 days of the year into
weeks. The proposed reme.ly for this
common to a'l the schemes which the
Society has examined. Is to leave one
day of the year uncounted as a day of
the month and unnamed as a day of
the weefc, and to call lt simply "New
Year's Day."
The Society has had the opportunity of study in-; mort of the flans that
have heen sug^ee'ed, and It Inclines to
regard one which w���� specially
brought to Its notice b Mr, Moses B.
Cotsworth of New Westminster, British Columbia (formerly of York. Ensr-
land), In a rarer read before Its Mathematical Section four years ago, as
on the whole the simplest and the
most advantageous of all.
Mr. Cotsworth's proposition ts that
the year should be divided Into thirteen months of 28 days each, making
364 days In all. The 365th day be
would dispose of. ln the manner al
ready explained, lv giving It a name
only an.l not allowing it any place In
a month or week.
This being done, the daya of the
week would, throughout the year, and
from year to year ln perretutlty ful'
on fixed days of the month. All Sundays, for cximi le would fall either on
the lst, gth, lath, or 22nd of the
month: all Mondays on the 2nd, 9th.
ir,th or 2Hrd and ho on. Tbe thirteenth month would bo Intercalated
under rotre suitable name, between
J-.i.c n-id .1 dv- .-nd the extra lay re-
-���iPei' ft>�� Vn- ��� "������- -0'ild be as-
I-vet:  ��o ..r*-*-i* ���.-lta Me place In the J
Society ln favor of the reform now in
question to His Majesty's government,
the result might be a further beneflt
cf the utmost Importance to the whole
civilized world.
Assisted, as tbe society Is, ln Us operations by the government and parliament of Canada, It feels called up-.
on to Interest itself In all that makes j
for the welfare, ln the first place, of
this country and the British Empire at
large, and secondarily of the general
community of nations; and It Is under
the influence of this sentiment that
the Society has authorized the action
which the Council Is now taking ln
approaching Your Roval Highness In
Councll on this question.
(Signed)���W. N. LESUEUH.
President.
DOMINION DAY PICNIC.
Lord of the Isles Camp, Sons of
Scotland, have arraned for a special
train to carry their annual picnic to
White Rock. Train will leave Great
Northern Hallway station at 9.30 and
return lea\!ng White Rock at 7.15. A
good programme of Scotch sports has
been arranged. Tickets will be on sale
by the committee In a few days.    **
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. "761. Cer. 6th and Columbia
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work Guaranteed.
341 Front Street.     Near Cit,  Market.
Makes Hair Grow
Ryall haa an invlgorator that will
grow hair or money back.
The time to take care of your hair
la when you have hair to take care of.
If your hair ls getting thin, gradually falling out. It cannot be long before the spot appears.
The greatest remedy to stop the
balr rrom falling Is SALVIA, the
Great American Hair Grower, first
discovered in England. SALVIA turn
Ishea nourishment to the hair roots
and acts so quickly that people are
amazed.
And remember, it destroys thc
Dandruff germ, the little pest that
saps the life that should go to the
hair from the roots.
SALVIA Is sold by Ryall under a
positive guarantee to cure Dandruff,
stop Falling Hair and Itching Scalp
ln ten days, or money back. A large
bottle costs 50c. The word "SALVIA"
(Latin for saeA)  ls on every bottle.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Irrlval:
10:50���Vancouver via  G.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Taxes 1912.
In order to facilitate the work of
the Tax Department during the Rebate period. Taxpayers will oblige by
sending their remittances as early as
possible.
The last dav for obtaining tbe Rebate la Saturday, Juno 29, and any
taxpayer, whose remittance te not
actually receive! at the Municipal
Hall, Edmonds, on or before tbat
date, will lose the Rebate.
W. H. GRIFFIN.
Collector.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Public   Meetings.
Public meetings to dianuBS the
I/>an Bylaws (on which a vote of the
Electors will be taken on June 26th)
wlll be held at the following plac'.i
and times:
At St. George's Hall, Clarkson
stieet, on Friday, the 2lst Inst.,
at 8 p- m.
At St. Barnabas Hall, Tenth street,
on Mon-'ny tho 24th Inst., at 8 p. m.
At Johnston's Hall, Sapperton, on
Monday tha 24th Inst., at 8 p. m.
A meeting will also bo held on
Tuesdav   eveulng   the   25th   Inst.,  of
c r.o'int?'' either nr i whloh further notice will he then.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 18th, 1912.
"  day of t'ie month or a day of thr
vc-e':.
The lnroir e ���i-ur* nf the presen'
Calendar Is undo' -<tood hv all Ititolil
gent | errons Tie iiv-ourae hai to
���nlrted raleii'ta s a a I almanacs. ,vhen
matters of dale Dfc n question ls a
constant reminder cf the dra,vbac';.'
of tl'e present system.
Thai the lo: s of lirrie and occislona'
confusion did error I1'' : arl Inn: con
-ill ile, in the Bggiegate no inconsiderable lax on human energy may ver;
reasonably be maintained.
A resolution affirming tho necessity
of n icfotm of the Calendar was enr
ried at thp '>ireU"" of thc intornatlon
al Association of Chambers of Com
mere held last vear In London; nn:1
as loni; a^-'o as February, 1008, a Calendar Reform Bill bused upon n
scheme set forth In a pamphlet published by Mr. Alexander Phillip, L.L
I'... of litochin. Scotland, was Intro
duced In lhe House of Commons.
Thn Council of the Royal Society.
recalling thc fact Ihat thirty years ar-'o
the H.vMtem of "Standard Time" no*'
In use by all leading nations of the
nlobe was Initiated In Canada, an'
brought to the attention of the Imperial authorities by Ills Excellency the
IMarqulg of Lorne, then Governor-General, who In the following year became
the founder of this Society, feel em-
holdened to hope that If Your Royal
IllKlinoBH In Council should see fit. to
transmit th�� recommendation of tnis
GOODj^SJJEW
Empire and
Smith Premier
Typewriters FOR SALE at
a Sacrifice. Enquire at the
Westminster Deily New.'.
FREE ROOMS
At 358 Hospital Street, near car line
for laborers while clearing lots in tb-
city���day labor or contract. Apply
above address.
CUMHng:
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(dally axcept Sunday).20:30
10:80��� Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday an 4
Saturday, and leavea
Monday.      Wednesday
aad Friday   14:00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally exeept Sunday).U.1S
10:60���Victoria via Q. N. R.
(dally except Baaday>.U:is
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IB: 16���United States via Q. N. It.
(dally exceot  Sunday 1.16:00
9:1.0���All    points east and    Europe   (dally)    7:4S
22:10���All    points   east and Eu-
loie (dally)   14:16
9:26���Sapperton    and     Fraser
Mills      dally      except
Sunday)    7:45
19:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills     (daily      except
Sunday)    14:15
9:26���Coquitlam (dally    exeept
Sunday) 7:45
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Bunday)       11.15
19:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham   Ialand.  Burt
, VlUa  14:30
13:00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday)   13:09
10:00���Tlmberland (Tueeday and
Friday)  18:30
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday).14:30
19:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)   14:30
16:46���Vancouver, Piper's Biding via G N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:80
ll:20���Cloverd��le and Port Kells
via G. N. R. (dally exoept  Sunday) 14:0b
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday, Friday uud riut-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Uurnaby Lake (dally except Sundav  16:00
18:00��� Edmonds    (dally    except
Sunday)  16:00
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Mats(|ui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)  23:00
'16:16���Crescent, White,Rock aad
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)   9:46
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tueeday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
1): 20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
I -ehmaa, a idergrove, Otter. Hhortteed, Surrey
Cent re,Cloverdale,Langley Prairie* Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner, Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday)    !��:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday      ��:00
20:40���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily exoept. Sunday).17:80
11:20���Abbotsford,    Huntingdon.
via B. C. E. R.  (dally
except Sunday)  17:30
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.B.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
2:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vlata    ;   '..23:00 FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE
A YEAR OF HOSPITAL
WORK IN WESTMINSTER
Reports of Superintendent and Women's Auxiliary of
Royal Columbian Hospital���Need of New Building to
Carry on Splendid Work.
To the Board of Directors, Royal- Columbian   Hospital,   New   Westminster, B. C.
Ladies and  Gentlemen���Herewith
I lmve the honor to piesent   the  annual  report of  the  Royal  Columbian
Hospital for tlte year  ending   March
81, li'12:
The average number of days stay
per patient was 18% days; average
cost per day per patient, calculated on
grbss: expense, excepting payment on
real eBtate, $1.63.
The number of patients remaining
In hospital on Aprll 1, 1911, was 68;
49 male and 19 female.
The total number of patients admitted during the year was 1135.
The total number of patients treated during the year was 1203.
Tbe total number of outdoor patients treated during the year was
131.
The total number of patients In
medical depaitment during the year
was 343.
The total number of patients in surgical department during the year was
521.
The total number of patients in maternity department duiing the year
was 133.
The total number of babes born during the year was 129.
The total number of patients in iso-
��� Iation during the year was 37; made
up ae follows: Scarlet fever, 13; diphtheria, 11; measles, 13; mumps, 1;
smallpox. 3 (diagnosed chlckenpox);
meningitis, 1.
The total number of hospital days
was 22,265.
The greatest number of patients in
hospital on any one day was 8G cn
Dec. 18, 19U.
The total number of deaths during
the year was 52: medical, 23; surgical, 25; mate:nity, 1; babes, 2; Infants (there were 11 stlll-boin babes):
isolation, 3. Of these deaths, eight
were in Hospital less than six hours.
Administration   Staff.
At the beginning of the year Mr. E.
S. Withers was appointel resident
secretary and bursar for the hospital,
the graduate nurses' dining-room being converted Into an office for his
use. The supeiintendent of the hospital and secrets,*? comprise the ad-1
ininistratlve staff. I
Beard of Directors.
At the annual meeting In 1911 the
following directors retired from the
hospital board: Thos. Gifford, M, P.
P.; L. A. I,ewis, H. T. Kirk, James
Johnson and Mis. F. Broa.l, while the
follow Ina were elected to the vacancies: J. Stlllwell Clute. J. A. Montgomery, (Jco. Small and Mrs. W. T.
Reid.
Medical    Staff.
The medical eta.1T waa augmented
during tbe year by tl.e addition of
Drs. McEwen, Wilson, Scott and Cars-
well.
Nursing Department.
The oMeera taking duty are: Assistant superintendent; night eupervi-
sor; graduate In charge of maternity
department; graduate In charge of operating department. The position of
night supervisor is an addition this
year. The pupil nurses number 25
when the gta'f Is complete.
The following nurses passed their
final examinations and finished three
years' training during the year, and
were presented with diplomas and
badges: Katherine Stott. Mae Morrl-
son, Berthu Ramsay, Annie Sclater.
Resignations were received and new
appointments made as follows: Winifred Keir. night gupeivisor, Nov. 1;
Hertha Ramsay, appointed night supervisor Nov. 1, resigned to be married Feb. 1; T. K. O'Connor, appointed night supervisor Feb. 1.
Applications for admission to training scbool numbered 86; probationers
admitted to training school numbered
22; probationers accepted as pupil
nurses 11;  number of days of special
nursing, 305; number of days lost by
nuises  through  sickness, 85.
Specia'.
An  unfortunate  outbreak  of smallpox occuried in the hospital on April
8, 1931, resulting In quarantine law b.'-
lug established over ths entire hospital, Including patients and staff.   When
the quarantine was raised the hospita
remained closed until  every part hud
been kalsomined and painted white to
the lemotest corners.
An additional ward was acquired
accommodating nine patients, by the
lemovai of the nurses' dining quarters
to the nurses' residence.
Gifts for the  Hospital.
Magazines    every    Saturday    from
iMrs. Hill.
Magazines and Clothes, for patients,
Mis. Peebles.
Babies' clothes, Mrs. G. B. Corbould.
Flowers   for   patients ��� Children's
Day, Surrey Centre.
Flower vases from Women's Own
Bible Claes, James Avenue Methodist
Church.
Preserved ftult and jam and underclothes for patients, Mrs. Briggs.
Rhubarb and   vegetables,   Mre.   A.
Smith.
Flowers, Mr. Whiting, Burquitlam.
Women's nightgowns an.l dressing-
gowns, Mrs. Blrtch.
Sheets, pillowcases, towels, tra;
cloths, d esser-covers, Women's Needlework Guild. >
iMIbs  6mRh< deaconess���Daily  Witness.
The Vancouver Dally Province.
The Vancouver World.
The British Columbian, New Westminster.
The Westminster Daily News.
Gifts for the Training School.
$59.00 for study helps, Dr. Manchester.
Mission flowerstand, Mr. Peebles.
Glowing plants, Mrs. Broad.
Drawn-threat tablecover, Mrs  Hill.
Drawn-thread  tablecover, Mrs.  Fer
guson.
Gramaphone, ChrUtmaa gift, Eoard
of Directors.
Gramaphone Records ��� Dr. E. J.
Rothweli, Dr. T. B. Green, E. S. Withers.
Chocolates���Dr. R. Elden Walker,
Dr. McQuarrie, Dr. McEwen, Dr. Wilson.   ���
C'!\3co:ate3 and pcrfi'.ine, F. J. MacKenzie. AI. L. A.
$25.00, J. B. Kennedy,-Esq.
Needv.
The hos; ital 13 adequate in ever; j
sense of the word and no longer euit
able for tho wcrk It has ;o do. It h I
ciowded beyond capacity all the time l
The hardship of this condition falls |
most heavily uron the nursing depa't- 1
ment, making arduous wo '; doubt,, 1
Viai-d an I unsatisfactory to nurte and
in Ment alike. With tlije plans tor u
Ki Undid new hospital finished and the
presentation, of tbe bosp Ital hylaw
close at hand It ls unnecessary to say
any more regarding this, evei > one
knows that the needs of the hospital
13 a new building.
Finally I wish to express bv grateful thanks to the Board of Directors
of the Hospital for their unfailing sup-
poit and kindly consideration during
a very trying year; the nursing staff
for tlieir ready co-operation and efficient service, and also the Women's
Hospital Aid Society for tlieir uniform
generosity and deep inteiest in Uie
service of the hospital.
Yours very resrectfully.
JESSIE T. SCOTT.
WOMAN'S   AUXILIARY.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, has only, made
two appeals to the general public this
year, and these have met with a
hearty response. This is veiy encouraging. We sincerely hope that we
shall have a larger membership roll
this year, especially now that the erection of the new hospital ls an aseure-*
fact, people will feel they hnve some
thing definite in the futute. Every
woman ehould be interested this far,
either to become an honorary or a
WO: King member for "Unity Is
sticnyth.''
The Year's Story.
On Sept 27 a Charity Ba'l was given in St, Patrick's Hall, which was
both a local and financial success, as
the sura of $211.45 was added to the
treasury.
The ladies assisted as usual at Uie
tearoom during the exhibition.
Special thanks aie due two young
ladies whom we wish to especially
| thank, Mlss Gracy Gilly and Miss Isa-
! bei Phiiliis, who taiaed the sum of
! $3.05, being the piocceds of a Eale
I they had. This Was ��cna ed for a '
j baby basket foi the maternity cottase.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESLIMITED
"We Furnish Your Home Complete.'
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
wliich the yo :nz ladies tiimmed themselves. This fcift was gieatly appreciated, not only for P'.ie gift a'one, but
for the kind thought for euth a use-
ful article. Contribution bo>es have
been placed in prominent places in the
city and from them .the society leceived $5.46. We are very sorry t�� sa;
these bo::e3 had been tampered with
and the money stolen. In some cases
:he bo>es had been taken away anl
could not be found. It ls a shame
that such vandalism should occur in
our city.
In February Mr. Nllme produced the
"Doll Shor>." Our share of the proceeds of this entetainment was $467.-
41. lt was deemed a great privilege
to be able to ghe pleasure to our sick
ft lends in the hospital by giving each
a Xmas present. The donations were
solicited from the public. If they
could have seen the bright and ha'ipy
faces of the sick and suffering they
they would feel they had indeed been
rewarded.
During the jear now closed ten regular meetings and seen executive
rretinga ha e boen held.
Following is a list of arthles pro-
vlded by the auxiliary this ; ear.
33 baby coats. 8 baby dresF^s, 60
sheets. 91 nightgowns. 84 toilettes, 24
tiay cloths. 54 nightshirts. 17 gowns
."or isolation. 12 flannelette children's
aowns, 4 clash operating gowns, 7
cushion-cove s, 12 operating caps, 12
iresser-cevtrs. 12 flannelette baby
dresses, flu napkins. 48 flannel bands,
15 head-nhawls, 72 pillow-slips, 9G bed-
ipieads, 49 roller towels, 49 tea
towels, 22 operating ^owns, 36 sheets
for operating room, screens for all the
doors aid windows in the maternity
cottage, ai-o a ranj.e and refrigerator
for the coUag".
B. F. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary.
FORETOLD HIS END.
e Coolest Place to Shoi
In All New Westminster is at LEES LIMITED
We are making extra special low prices in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear.
Beautiful novelties in "Lingerie." Stylish and striking novelties in
all our Embroidery costumes. Cool, comfortable Camp and Lounging Dresses, and complete sizes in House and Tub Dresses. Not a
day goes by but what we are told that our assortments are the
handsomest in the city.
BIG CUT   IN PRICES ON COSTUMES, 8UITS AND
SKIRTS.
Ladies' strictly tailored and fancy cut Suits in plain
serge and fancy weaves; jackets satin lined; sizes
up to 44;   regular $35.00.    Special   $27.00
Ladies' Tailored Suits: very latest cut In serge and
fancy weaves; regular $30.00.    Special    $24.00
Ladles' Tailored Suits in cheviots. Scotch tweed
and hair stripe serge; fancy and plain cut; regular $25.00.   Special $19.75
Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Suits; 14 years to 38-
inch bust; regular $20.00.   Special  $16.00
EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAIN.
We have a limited number of blue and black Panama
Suits in la:ge sizes; regular $16.50. Values wlifch
will be closed oat at   $10.00
Ladles' one-piece Panama Dresses, in blue and lace
makes; with long sleeves and high neck; all Elzes:
regular $15.00.   Special ; $11.50
SPECIAL IN WHITE SKIRTS.
Ladies' White Cotton Corduroy or Whipcord, five
piece Tailored Skirt; button trimmed; regular $2.95.
Sreciai $2.25
Ladles' House Dresses; in blues and shepher.l
checks; all sizes from 34 to 44; plenty of extra large
sizes $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
We have a complete line of Muslin Underwear in
gowns, drawers, corset covers, skirts, combinations
and pi incess slips. We also have mull pi incess slip
in pink, light blue and mauve. Ladles' BrasEiere
from ..     75c to $2.00
CITY  CF  NEY.'  WESTMINSTER.
al .
Public Notice.
All persons contemplating the erec
tion, alteration or   addition   of   any
building in the City, must, In all cases,
first obtain a permit from the Building Inspector.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 19, 1912.
SINGING TU/'CHER.
Wanted���Teacher for singing In tht
New Westminster schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
stating qualifications and salary re
Quired to reach tbe secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C. .
****���
DURBAR IN KINEMACOLOR! *
Jto|ffor<ri and G6ren.or-Gen.ral Hardln^Tof IndlVBnf.ring.CelcutH
At Weitmlnster opera house, three nights, commencing Thursday evening,
June 20;  Matinee Friday and Saturday.
W .T. Stead's Prediction to Dr. Gold,
win Smith.
It was at Toronto and to the late
Dr. Goldwin Smith, in the course of
a memorable interview at the Grange,
that William T. Stead, the noted Ents-
liidi editor, who was numbered among
those   who  went  Jown   with   the   ill-
fated Titanic, decreed the manner of
his d.eath.
The  conference  took   place  on  ths
occasion  of  Mr.  Stead's  last visit to
thi* city some six years ago., Dr. and
Mrs.  Goldwin Smith had invited tVie ,"
well-known journalist and his cousin, \
Mr.  E.  3.- B.  Duncan,   ol    the legal
firm of Proudloot, Duncan, Grant
Skeans, to a typical English afternoon ten, served in thj quaint and
richly stocked library at the Grange.
Smith and Stead hid known one another for years and in a couple of
hours of illuminating conversation
the two men ��� both of world-wide
note ��� discussed world figures and
world events with a rare and intimate knowledge. The veteran philosopher sat in his arm chair by tbe
cheery and typically English fireside; the younger publicist paced the
floor with almost nervous energy as
he spoke. Dr. Smith finally raised ���
his hand in protest. The constant
dynamic activity of the visitor drew
forth  a physician's warning. i
"Have    no    fear,    doctor,"    quoth
Stead  with characteristic ; directness.
"There has come to me the assurance
that I shall live.every moment of my !
days.    I  shall be wiped out at the
end���sometimes it is borne upon me (
that F shall be kicked and beaten to i
death by a mob on the streets'" of old
London,   at  other times  I   seem  to
realise my end 89 one of the victims
in  a great disaster which will  wipe
out hundreds."
���  "Strange   idea,"  was   Dr.   Goldwin
Smith's quiet and only comment.
"I shall know when the end comes.
Till  then   I  have  my  Work  to  do,"
replied the fatalist.    And other conversation   proceeded.
How Times Have Changed!
In these days of elections and rumors of elections it is interesting to
glance back to the time when there
wasn't so much election machinery in
Canada. For instance, on March 20,
1S62, The -Victoria Colonist had the
following account oi the election pro*
ceedings as Esquimalt:
At 12 o'clock yesterday the returning officer. Sheriff Naylor, proceeded
to the election of a member to represent the town of Esquimalt in the
assembly. There were about fifty persons present in front of the Royal Oak
Hotel. After the usual preliminaries,
the returning officer called upon the
electors to nominate their candidates,
whereupon W. Sellick, Esq., nominated Thomas Harris, Esq., as a fit and
proper person to represent the town
of Esquimalt. F. Williams, Esq., seconded the nomination with a few appropriate remarks. No other candidates being proposed, the returning
officers declared Thomas Harris, Esq.,
duly elected a member ol the assembly, which announcement was received with cheeks.
The member-elect then mounted the
plaU'orm and addressed the electors,
pledging himself to further the interests of his constituents in particular,
and the colony in general. He also assured the electors that whenever there
was any public question raised, in
any way affecting their interests, he
would call them together and take
their lyiews upon it in order to fully
represent them   in   the   Legislature.
His remarks did not occupy in the (M-0 u wJU mako b appearance,
delivery in��re than ten minues, but       ���__.,_, .        _  �����*���  ���.._* ?..
LADIES' SILK DRECGES.
Our bieautiful line of one-piece Silk Dresses Is ready
for your Inspection; shades ln tan, brown, blue,
black, fancy and the shot silks;  values from $20.00
to  ;...$35.00
Be sure and see our extensive Une of ladles' and
misses' white Unge.ie D:es.es; embrolde el and laco
trimmed.   All prices, from  $3.50 to $55.0.)
Extra special value In lingerie one-piece white
Dresses, t:irnmed with f.ne lace and embroiderv
for $3.50 and $6.50
A VERY  SPECIAL LINGERIE DRESS.
A beautiful line to sell for $10.00 with flouncing embroidery skin and embroidered waist.
When buying, do not forget the kiddies-���and ask to
see the little dresses with bloomers attached which
does away with the underskirts.
Ladles' Waists In tailored and lingerie. We han .lie
the Ladywear Waist which every lady admits Is the
most beautifully built waist on the markets���the material the finest and the workmanship the best.
Ladles' grey and tan college Sweaters, with the adjustable hood. Just the thing for water or motor
trips. Prices $6.00 to $8.00
We have a few of the tan and grey Sweaters left.
This is one excellent buy; regular $3.   Special $2.00
We carry the American Lady Corset, the most popular corset on the market, which speaks for itself���
once worn meins a satisfied customer. Valueg
from   $1.50 to $7.00
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THE FIIST GRAY
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Easy Way to Preserve Natural
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A harmless remedy, made from common garden sage, quickly restores gray
hair to natural color. The care of the
hair, to prevent it from losing its color
and lustre, is just as Important as to
care for teeth to keep them from discoloring. Why spend money for cosmetics and creams to improve the complexion, and yet neglect your hair, when j
' gray hair is even more conspicuous and '
, suggestive of age than wrinkles or a
poor complexion ?    Of the two, it is
i easier to preserve the natural color and
I beauty ot the hair than it js to have
a good complexion. v
��� All that is necessary is the occasional
use of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy,.a preparation of common garden Sage and Sulphur, combined with
other valuable remedies for dry, harsh,
fadei hair, dandruff, itching scalp and
falling hair. After a few applications
of this simple, harmless remedy, your
hair will gradually bo restored to its
| natural color, i.i a Bhort time the dandruff will bo removed, and your hair
Will no bnger come out but will start to
grow as Nature intended it ahould. j
i Don't neglect your hair, for it goes
further than anything clso to make or
mar your good laoks. You can buy
thia remedy at any drug store for
flfty centa a bottle, and your druggist will givo your money back if^you
are not satisfied after using. Purchases a bottle today. You will never
regret it when you realize the differ-
Short Notice Auction Sale
fODAY, Friday, June 21,1S12
AT 2 P. M. SHARP
Fred Davis has been Instructed by .Mr. Ira Reid to sell   by   public
auction (absolutely without r^erve), the contents of hls rooming house
at
were warmly received, ending in loud
cheers...   __  .*���-������     \
Special Agents, D. S.
Ryall.
Curtis and H
752 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER.
i
Sale will comprise ln part: Trelve hardwood dressers and commoce3,
toilet nets, bedsteads, carpets, chairs, comforters, blankets, sheets,
^ruasels carpets, a large cook range; about fifteen doors, with locks
and hinges: also the windows and casings ln each room. These doors
and windows will prove an exceptional opportunity to prospective
builders.
FRED DAVIS
AUCTIONEER
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
mmm mnu news
Published   every   morning   except
iSunday by TheSfational Printing and
Publishing Co., Ltd., at their office,
<3  McKenzie  Street, New  Westmin-
*t*r, B. C.
ROBERT H. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
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month.
Westminster Weekly News $1 per
year.
FRMW��YV'>��UNE 21, 1912.
t     -i ���'  ;
��� 'feim HOSPITAL.
Blsewhere ln this issue we publish
in full th$.>$co.unts of the year's work
in the Royal Columbian Hospital, and
that of th^lYwnen's Auxiliary connected wuh__t lie institution, and we
would dire-ct the attention of our readers to' its perusal in order that they
may sec for themselves the enormous
amount of work, that has been accomplished, notwithstanding the many dif-
flculti��?*ffiSW(i'dte'of necessity ha:l to
be enramWWif."*-
We mention these difficulties because we trust $hat before another
year ha^ pawed many of them will be
relegated, t&! things that once were in
lhe ba(j$,ld wjpes,! Mlss Scott's words
are fefa7 atlhfienji of her comprehensive report.^nut reading between the
lines it is not difficult to Eee that for
���ni&Pil&raitir***.' ���
some considerable time she and her
staff have been working under very-
great handicaps. That the amount of
work done is as large as it is, is a matter for congratulation alike to her,
her staff and the city and district that
they serve. It is true that everyone
knows or should know inat the need
of the hossltai is.,a new building, but
what is ei'tiryone's business is too
often no/etf*s and we are glad to
know that fne Auxiliary recognizes
this factj^Sfl will concentrate its efforts upon feeing that everyonp who
lias a vot�� exercises it on Wednesday
next. *
The people of this city have already
' voted $.'H7,6(iO f&r the purpose an'd con
tingent on their supplying a fuithei
?100,OPO, Jttf provincial government
will contribute $70,000 thus making a
total of $it)6Mo with which the new
hospital is to be erected.
With tyipUtyJiwy an institution will
arise on the banks of the Fraser wllich
will be second' to none in point of
equipment and modernity throughout
the whole Oovninion. lt will care for
���as the'tibfcpital has hitherto done���
not only the sick of the city but those
of the gieat fraser Valley with whose
interests Westminster is so closely
identified!   '-> '
The care tot the sick is one of the
paths to which the great Teacher
pointed. To Pagan or Christian this
applies equally. The actual work calls
forth the best ant noblest qualities of
both men and women. But it is for
all of us to lend a hand and it is therefore for ;he best of all causes that
this Jino.n&O bylaw is now before the
people. Incidentally tts need shows
��� he amazing development of this city
and we trust that the voters will at
leasi   maUi ^H* ..Bylaw    can;   itnani-
news which arrived as the forerunner
to the authentic information of the
foundering of the vessel. There are
seven hundred underwriting members
of Lloyd's���men who have to deposit
substantial guarantees of their financial resources, and it Is estimated that
the committee holds more than twenty
million dollars in trust for its members.
The stranger who contemplates a
visit to the room, or who wishes to obtain a view of it, will be well advised
to obtain the fiiendly offices of a
member to pilot him through the
apartments. There are several "waiters" (one at least noted for his sten
torian voice) who call members to
their doom when they are wanted by
outsideis. If the stranger can gain
admission to the room, he will flnd
himself in a scene of considerable
animation, and, if ihe day- happens to
be a busy one, pf a good deal of ex>
citenieiit. ibo! At the desks on both
sides, of tbe gangway-are sitling men
busily writing, while up and down
there go others with slips of paper in
their hands which they take first to
one desk and then to another.
These slips are the risks which are
beng insured for large amounts of
money. One member will write his
name and add the sum for u-hlch he is
willing to become liable, Another
puts his name undeil that,,adiing his
share of the insurance, and so the
slip gradually becomes filled up with
signatures, until the full tale is complete and the Insurance finished.
Insure Against Twins.
Small amounts are done Individually, and, as is well Known, practically
every risk under the sun .can be in-
R'lrcd aiaiiift at Lloyd's, includinr
that of twin3���a contingency which.
by the way. is more frequently pio-
vided against than might b6'supposed.
To re.ert again to the Titanic, it is
now established that the losses of
Lloyd's will be less than at* fir6t supposed, and a gopd many of the earlier
estimates have been, revised in the
downward direction. .It ls known, for
instance, that the Titanic carried com-
paiatively few bonds,, while in the
rase of some of the bond1 owneis. they
have decibel not to ma*e any claim,
becau&e of the impossibility of the
bonds ever being reclaimed is so assured that there will be little trouble
in getting duplicates issued.
It was feared, too at flrst that there
might be heavy losses on account of
specie, but here asiain the underwriters got off lightly, while" in regard to
jewelry, the early stories of fabulously expensive trinkets turn out to have
been exaggerated. The claims on account of death, however, will be extremely heavy, ant these come in addition tQ the loss sustained through
the loss cf the ship itself.
An Intelligence Bureau.
In cairylng out its work. Lloyd's has
'established    an    intelligence    deoa:t-
nierit, whose value    to the maritime
community  cannot  be overestimated.
Pew indeed are the ports at which It
has no agent: few the inquiries ielnt-
ing to shirs that cannot be answered
in the room.    Incorporated  by act o'
parliament in 1871, Lloyd's has grown
hugely in  importance with  the development of the telegiaph, the cable and
the wireless systems.
To save life at sea. to maintain honest ,��� ard prevent maritime fraud, to
���ol'.ect information hit *'*&\\ diminish
the manifold rerils of the ocean���
these are enly some of the services
rendered to the world in the course of
their profession by tlte memhers of!
Lloyd's, while the P'.'o-. ision of signal
Stations has heen the means of pre-1
serving thousands of lives, thousnnds
of pounds' worth of property And so
much respected is its stamo of approval that Macaulav's schoolboy himself, when especially appreciative of
an-.thinc. will nronounee it to be " A-l
at Lloyd's."���Illustrated London News
JURY CONDEMNS
DANGEROUS ROAD
(Continued irom page one;
made an examination of the dead lady
and her child. Mrs. Harvey's death
was due to the weight of the edge ol
the car on her chest, and not by suffocation as had boen stated.
The doctor confirmed the testimony
of the previous witnesses, supplementing it with an experience of his own.
In reply to a question by Dr, King
the witness stated that there were no
danger signs of any description on the
hill.
Asked by Mr. H. E. Ridley, the lawyer retained by Mr. Harvey in tho
case, how he accounted for,.M,rs, Harvey and child bein-; beneuthl'itye ma
chine a#*sr.4t hai tli town Mj&Jiai;'
I'und the other two cMWeft^MWSP
Brydone-.Iack said that, it might havflf
occurred by Mrs. Harvey jumping with
lhe baby in her arms and s'Idlng down
the hill In front of the car wliich afterwards fell upon and crushed her.
Was Unprotected.
The evidence given by Mr. F. W.
Jacobs employed by the municipality
of Delta, as waterworks superintendent
was mosT important1. He stated thai',
the road which ran along the side o!
the ravine where the accident oecured
was not protected by bulkheading in
any way, and that a heavy rain would
be likely to wash out the sandy soil.
The road was not safe for two vehicles
to pass as it was only a fraction over
13 feet wide. At the place where the
automobile bai gone over there was
absolutely no curb or railing of any
description and even the natural
growth of plant life which was so valuable sometimes in hiudlng a roadbed
was absent.
The jury were only abort ten minutes in making its finding.
Mr. A. H. McNeil, K.C, of Vancouver, was "resent on hehalf of the Grcn'
Northern Hallway Company who own
the road.
Bogus    Baron    Jailed.
Paris, July 20.���An elegant swindler,
masquerading as Baton Alexander de
Beniicey, and claiming Dublin as his
birthplace, has been sentenced in
Paris to two years' imprisonment foi
obtaining gooJs to the value of $120
hy false pretense. Ke is ve'.l known
In London.
It is estimated that in two years hc
has spent more than $305,000, obtained for the most part from credulous.
society women fascinated by this soi-
disant Irishman's charming manners
and handsome appearance. He was a
member of the Belgian Jockey Club,
and gained some repute as a gentleman rider.
He has duped many of the fashion-
tile Paris hotels and restaurants but
most of them refused to prosecute,
owing to the large,amount of monej
he had spent with them In the past
The "baron" who had already served a term of imprisonment, is believed
to be a Hungarian, but this cannot be
defintely established. He is a good
linguist.
TO   AID   BAD   BOYS.
tention of the group she had gathered
together to revoiutonlze the present
English reformatory scheme and give
delinquent boys and girls a chance to
develop into desirable citizens. The
worse the boy the better pleased
would be his rescuers and the super-
scallywag wlll be in the position of
supreme authority in the juvenile
republic., Earl Grey announce.!.
The Earl of Sandwich has given the
duchess a farm in Doisetshire where
the self-governing community of ten
pioneer boys will be set up in October. All piesent were enthusiastic
about the social work the Duchess is
doing.
Unlike so many society people her
interest is not confined to tending her
name as pationess of philanthropic institutions. She is a real worker in behalf of, pny scheme in which she
itakea ai : (interest i#nd spares; neither
jtlme, enwey nor'money. ,
I. O. O. F.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
The members of Royal City
Lodge, No. 3, and Amity Lodge,
No. 27, and al! visiting brethren
are cordially lnvitied to assemble at 1:30 p.m., on Sunday,
June 23, in I. O. O. P. Hall for
the purpose of conducting the
annual Memorial Day services
at the hall, and the decoration
services subsequently at the
cemetery. Regalia and badges
will be worn. Brothers are expected to bring flowers.
COMiMITTEE.
DO YOU NEED A BOOKKEEPER WHO
WILL WORK EOR NO SALARY?
Keeping his accounts ls the bane of the average man in regard
to his own personal affairs. How often have you heard the expression, "1 got my salary cheque yesterday and I'll be hanged if I know
where the money has gone."
Deposit your money with us as fast as it Is received ��� and pay
your bills by cheque. You will always be able to tell how you spend
your money.
Each cancelled cheque will show on the face of it the reason for
the expenditure.
You will noi only flnd this a mighty  big  convenience,    but    you
will flnd yourself cutting' out useless expenditures and saving money.
In addition to-this w�� pay you FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST, cpm-
. jtounded every three months, for ali; money deposited tffth us;!i You
can withdraw money at any time. ������'"       '*������
Office hours 9 a,m. to S p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 km.; 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. .    *
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mom
A. I.  AT  LLOYDS.
Unique  Methods and Wonderful  Management of Underwriters.
Tlie loss-ot iho Titanic has thrown
into projai.fte.fttu M manors of insurance, particularly of marine husiness
and it Is only iuvUir.il thnl Lloyd's
should be the center of verj considerable interest just at the present iime.
Various stories ate current ,ls to
how much ths members of tbal fam
ous body have lost by reason ol thi
disaster. Everybody has l.caid ol
Lloyd's. A tood many people have In-
fc;iraiir<?��..��ffec,tjftd with members of
iluii i.:i-.;3B;; ioom���.mid ;ct it is ret';'/,
surprising how few people, even in thc
city of i/itidottV lui\e ever been in the
chamber it.-oif, or have any Idea of
tbe manner in wliich the business is
conducted.
Ll<>.. il's, founded "at a r.oltes bouse
in the rcvennenth century, occupies
extensive premises, which run on tht
northeast side ol the Royal Exchange,
lt has ;i commodious chamber, with
'Jwo subsidiaries of smaller size. One
ofthe latter is popularly known to
Journalism aa the "Chamber of Horrors," although to niemlieis of Lloy.l's
the name is hardly so familiar. I'pon
a board in that room are posted up
yellow notices of casualties, and it is
here thai members congregate wheti
disasters a'e rumored or known. The
atmosphere of this particular room is
the reverse of cheerful. It possesses
ii gloom all it own. and even to walk
through i' on ordinary days Rives
���one a reeling m depression, whieh be-
���eotoes the more marked if one studies
the hilious.-lQflklag placards that re
fer to wrecks, collisions and other
casualties.
Composed of 700 Underwriters.
When the news of the Titanic loss
was fiist received, not only anxiety
but hinh excitement electrified this particular room, and it was there that
mosi of the discussion centred as to
who wus responsible for the incorrect
WONDROUS PAGEANTRY
OF DURBAR M'ASNIFCENCE
It wo'ild b" ' i" futile tn at:.cm;;t
to describe t'ie ''oiits of the Durbar
in Klnemacolor. they must be seen to
he appreciated. Pageant alter pageanl
reveals itself before one's dazzled
eyes, scintillating with a thousand
tones of scarlet an.l blub, pui'r'e an'.
gold.
i-.ome of the scenes are like the unfolding of a jewelled banner, so wonderful i.s their maanllicence. The wonderful tales that have Ik en told of the
barbaric splendor of tie Olicnt had
n^\er before been realized in their
full gorceotisness until the advent of
j Klnemacolor
The glittering and thrilling pomp
and panoply of the Durbar, the most
eretentious ce emonlal in the world's
������lory, i- reproduced, teeming with
'.if�� and adlon and' pulsating with
glowing filers, |i:st as did the original
scenes, i:\en the Indian s\;\ Is one
pure she* i of | nl| i'nting light, blue
with a bin"'.ess wliich can only be
imagined by tho. e v.ho d.'.ell In
^ u.erica.
Many    Titled    People    Interested    lr
Novel   Scheme.
London, June 20.���Led by the
Duchess of Marlborough, a group of
Kngiish society men and women have
undertaken the task of refoiming the
worst boys In England. They have
taken as their model the George Junior Republics of the United States ant!
the Duchess canvassed members of
the British cabinet so successfully
that the home office was prompted to
support the scheme. Members of the
arlstocracv Inte-ested in the scheme
filled Sunderland House, the Duchess
of Marlborough's residence, yesterday,
to hear how bad boys are reformed in
Ame.ica. Earl Giey presided and
others piesent were the Dowager of
Dunkore. Lady Cromer, I^dy Meyer,
Ix>rd Sandwick and Admiral Montague.
Lord Giey flrst presented a tribute
t*> the valuable work the duchess ie
doins.' In England in the cause of social leform.    He said it was the in-
ALWAYS
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Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7.
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10,000 tons, 514 feet long.
Sails June 29, July 27, Aug. 24.
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to Prince Rupert Mondays,
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Day and Stewart.
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to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and StATTLb. Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" leaves 3rd, 13th and 23 of each month   tor
Prlnen Ruoert and Wav Ports. __^____
Grand Trunk Pa^iic trains connect at Prince Rupert for Bast
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to  ir
V^STIGATE
INDUSTRY
SHEFP
in proving:
i.'otv Martin Bur ell, Minist. .��� r>' A. ���
licultiiie, has aptointrt Prcf T. Ii.
Arkell, professor of animal husbandry in Xew Hainrshile Agricultural
colleti. to examine into the general
(Oiidilimi of the sheep Industty in
Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alherta*
Prof. Arkell is a Canadian nnd a grad-
i.'Uo of Guelph 'Agricultural College.
He has made a si erfalty of the question of sheen breeding an I the wool industry.
I'rof. Arkell will proceed to Lethbrldge about June 12 fo start woik.
He will not only investigate conditions, but he will give hls advice and
assistance in such lnalters as shenr-
in;r, dipping, preparation of wool, ship-
jini! and oilier matters.
Mr, liurrell's whole policy Is for
close co-operation with the Dominion
Sheep B;eeders' Association on nl
broad scale. Col. McCrae, president
of the association, hns heen appointed
by Mr. Burrell to po to Hritsh Columbia to study tho industry ihere and
report on districts most suitable for
sheep li:oi'ding\ Dr. Tolmie , live
stock commissioner for British Columbia, will be associated with Col.
McCrae In this work.
Col, McEwen, of Byron, Oni.. presldenl of the Ontario Sheep Broilers'
Association, will po to the Maritime
Provinces on a eimilar mizeion.
WHEN YOU THII
OF GROCERIES
you think of something
to eat, and did it ever
occur to you that for
Health, Happiness and
Economy you should buy
the best ?
Our Groceries arc
the Best Obtainable
The laws of cleanliness
are strictly observed in
handling, we give you
prompt delivery and our
Prices are Guaranteed Right
Now, we want your all-
the-year-round Grocery
trade.
Strawberries,   Sugar   and   Fruit   Jars.
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Th) People's Grocer
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Half-inch Split Bamboo, In natural finish.
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Cx8 feet   $1-00
8x8 feet,   $L50
liixS feet     $1-65
Complete  with lope, pully, etc.
Veranda Mats
y.aCc of   i :oa catting, In nsat designs (reversible)^
::xi; fe;ji    $3,oq
4V43I7H  feet    $3.75
Matting Mats
In a very hi"l>' 'piUty, (.olois wc.cn right th.-MJj��."
< not stamped)'.
������.\'i tei   ..,,.-.���.. 7&i-
���l^xT'l.   feet    , 85c
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6x12  icoi    $3.03
7V��xit>% feet $3.53
Awnings
Drop Awnings for Verandas and
Pull-Up Awnings for Windows
made to order from red, green
and brown striped duck.
We guarantee a first-class job.
Ask for Estimates.
Soiled Clothes Baskets
Re und and Square Shape
$1.00   $1.50    $2.00
Folding Chairs and Tables
Foi* Outrdoor Us<*.   At the
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w FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1912.
H   WESTMINSTER DAILY HEWS
SPORTS fLf m*m
PLAYERS $25 EACH
They  Must   Pay   Fines  Themstel.ves
Referee fo.r Tomorrow
Selected   Today.
���'.  ��� -IM
Two of the Vancouvers and one
Salmon Belly have fallen under the
sharpened axe of the B. C. lacrosse
commission and as a tesult. Secretary
Fred Uynch will deposit another $75
In the coffers of the association.
Against Mickey Ion, Griffith and Jim
Gifford $35 each Is to be collected before these players can participate ln
another game and while the Westminster players have paid their fines In
the past, and wlll do so in the future,
this time the green shlits will also
have to eome through with the coin
themselves.
The remark thrown out by Con
Jones at a recent meeting of the association that up to the present time he
personally had paid the players fines
Just shows the fallacy under which the
commission has been working up tc
the present time. However, Uie men
who receive fines against them will
hake to dig down in their Jeans now
or the commission will deal with the
club as well as tfie players.
The three players fined have received1 a severe warning that hereafter
unprintable language wlll not be tolerated upon the playing field and that
suspension will accompany a fine for
the next offense.
No selection has yet been made as
to. who will officiate at Saturday's
game, but It is understood that Mr.
Jardine, the new commissioner, will
confer with Chairman Senkler this
morning and the result of their deliberations will be announced sometime
lu the afternoon.
Lacrosse Medals.
The medal* which wlll be awarded
to tbe winners in the lnter-city baseball league are on view ln the People's Trust Company's window. The
design Is unique and will no doubt
-create a little more enthusiasm among
the different teams in the league.
Challenges Fly Fast.
The spotting bu^ has entered the
sanctum of the Young Men's Baraca
Class of Olivet Baptist church and a
sweeping challenge has been flaunted
In the face of the classes of St. Andrew's Presbyterian, Queen's Avenue
Methodist churches and Holy Trinity
Cathedral. The challenged have the
choice of either lacrosse or baseball.
Baseba'l   Tonight.
Tlie Maple I^eafs ond the B'. iioni'*
���witi clash again on the Queens, park
<ii��,mon<l this evening. This U the
th|rd name the Bals will way '������tm
week, and no one can ���*../ 'Ley nre
not getting enough nraci' .������>.
Manager Bill Maiden ���> knflM fir*-
son these days, and to roo Inm wa'k-
lng the coaching lines dnm_< the progress of one of these citv ;t.v.nr��on-
���ship games, one would I>c1'?';q i>e yfu
aome Rip Van Winkle McGraw come
back to this earth.
Manager tlfocVley lays Bi'.l ��� up
something coming one of ties* dav*
and for his part, it mi,;: ne this
evening. The Leafs appea- io hnve a
well-balanced team an.l l.e"} .: nun
season is reached, will he f'rot.'; ern
tenders for '��� pennant. I It Is gr*_it*tytiif
to the executive of ue ^miuj io *ee
the crowd of fans continual')' im raising at the games, and the ->]'��nJ of
ball that Is dished out cer.uinly call?
for good support.
Tonight's game ls s:hed i.eu tc stmt
at fi:30 o'clock and the umpne will-receive the tbftnks of the free and inde
pendent electors of the ��� Uv. U to
x:aU8 the .Start on rtJme.^       ^^ ^
DEO UTTER DAY AT
ST. LOUIS GQllEiF
(Continued from pace one)
upoke in the same vein.
The concluding addres* wns madi
by Rev. W. P. O'Boyle who congratu
laied tlie facultv on Its past work
Ui-lng a nautical term, he salJ. "The>
had kept the old ship fi'om plnkinf
and with no breakers ahea'." He fel:
sure that, tlie progress mnde In the
past would Instill then With confl
dence for the future.
Last oveiing a concert was glvei
in St. Patrick's hall by the etuden
body which included in tbe piogniii
tin nm ising farce, entitled ".V Coun
try Justice."
Challenge for Five Mile Race at Tor-
onto Is Accepted by Longboat���
June 22.
HE
Toronto, June 20.���Two wires received last night from Sault Ste. Marie by Harry Rosenthal and Tom Flan-
agan set at rest the question of whether Tom Longboat would accept AU.
Shrubb's challenge for a flve-mlle race
to the men who beat him at fifteen
miles last Saturday night.
The wire to Harry Rosenthal was
from Mrs. Tom Longboat. It read:
"Tom will run ln open flve mile race
at Island June 22. He wants you to
again look after his training. We will
be home Sunday."
The telegram to Tom Flanagan read
as follows: "Cancel my transporta-
ion for Sunday for La8 Vegas. Will
stay over and leave after five-mile
race week Saturday."
Indian Will Be Here.
These indicate that the hlo- TiVW
will be found on the mark n��xt Saturday night leady'to pro>? to ou.uuu
Queal or anyone else who enters that
he is the daddv o" Oi.ti all ar any
distance from five mile-: ,��� the *l*.i*��
thon route.
Ted Wood Is thn on'v cue of tht
"Big Four" who n&�� not ���:��� <'T.la rd
himself a starter in the lh<> Kit's J;"-h.
He is not likely .o Imc.t n.it. \nature
while Shr ibb led"i't Ilva miles and
gets the credit of the new Canadian record of 25.19, le w<3 tbe iiMti wro sut
all the pac . '.-om f.-<�� viiics -ip !���
the very last lap of the flve miles,
where Shru.).. b*?fl *o ine frou..
and seized the n&nj.M.
$1522SUITS SATISFY
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LEGAL SEALS  IN JAPAN.
= 400
300
200
100
Every Person  Must  Have On* Which
the Government Registers.
Japanese seals (ham are of wood,
stone or metal, wltb signs engraved on
tbe face. They are used In addition to
a signature to represent an individual,
a legal person or a corporation. Tbe
senlw of tbe emperor are distinguished
ns privy nnd state seals. Tbey are
each three Inches square.
Tbe state senl is used mostly upon
documents relating to foreign countries. The privy seals are stamped on
Imperial rescripts, issued for proclamations at home.
Japanese law requires that each Individual should send In an impression
of his seal an a specimen (called jit.su-
Ini to buve lt registered and kept In a
government ofllce (district ofllce of a
������ity, town or village) that it may represent himself ln a deed.
Tbe material employed to make these
���nla consists of various kind* ot precious atones. Bold, silver, etc    Those ,.
..   a          Z. tt... -.���.---...<-- ... .* 1 hotter oy eenmatr ��� your name   ana l
mostly ln us* at the present day are ol 1,   ,.,_.. ,��� .���,.���,r���i.t. . ._. j_ I
WATCH THE MERCURY.
3  progressive A*soclaMon nfcmbershlp
Campaign    Is  bringing     results.    You   .
tan help to make this Und ot weather Vl
agate, rock crystal. Ivory, rhinoceros
���r buffalo bum, shell, marbles or of
cherry wood or boxwood, and recently
India robber bas come in use.
The Ink used for stamping is called
nlku. It Is generally of vermilion red.
Tbe cheapest kind of seals are made
of boxwood and sold at 5 centa apifte.
Most seals are oval in shape, but some
are round and others square. They
rarely exceed one-half inch ln diame-
ten-Oriental K��rteir.v
Bule Marshall, vocalist ivltli Mui
������ball S. Moo:e at the Royal Thoatn
today.
PEROXIDE'S  MANY  USES.
It la a Valuable Antiseptic and Can Be
Employed In Other Ways.
Ooe of the most powerful bleaching
agents employed In various trades Is
peroxide of hydrogen, also known as
hydrogen dioxide aud ozj-genuted water. Tbe natural color In ostrich
plumes i* removed by It, and it will
also bleach a great number of otber
Iblags, sucb as bones, Irory, silver,
wood, silk, cotton und balr. Jt can be
"used to restore the color to old oil
paintings which have become darkened
by age.
Peroxide Is a valuable antiseptic and
will also destroy objectionable microorganisms In water. It can even be
used to cure Indigestion, but for this
purpose aa well as for otber medicinal
uses It must be diluted. A drop of
pure peroxide ls strong enough to raise
a white blister ou Ibe skin.
Minute quantities of peroxide of hydrogen are found ln the air, ln rain
water aDd In snow, and It Is sometimes found In lhe Juices of certain
plants. Tbe liquid Is produced on a
large scale by lhe actlou of acids on
peroxide of aodluni. The solution may
be concentrated liy allowing the water
to freeze out. by passing dry nir
through It or by evaporuilon In a vacuum over sulphuric acid.-New Vork
Sun.	
Brother Jonathan.
The origin of the term "Brother Jonathan" was as follows: When (ieueral
Washington went to Massachusetts to
organize the army he fouud a great
lack of ammunition und of other necessary means for the conduct of the
wur. and at one time It seemed quite
Impossible lo arrange tilings properly.
Jonathan Trumbull was t|ien governor
of the state of Connecticut, und the
geheral. who placed complete reliance
on hla excellency'* Judgment. aald, "We
must consult Brother Jonathan." He
did so. with the satisfactory result that
the governor was successful lu supplying many of the pressing wants of the
urmy. und thenceforth, whenever difficulties arose und Ibb urmy spread
over the country. "We must tonxult
Brother Jonatliun" became a common
saying until It passed Into a nickname
for lhe whoie country.     , /   . * .
getting in touch with a movement de I
voted  solely   to  the  advancement ol j
New Westminster and the Fraser vai
ley.
G. N. R.
BUILT AND
STILL OWN FATAL ROAD
The Rher road to Ladner where the
automobile tragedy of last Sunday occurred is the property of the Grea*
Northern Railway Company, having
been built by them several years ago
to replace .the miinlH- ai hlv** ���>
which they appropriated for their right
of way. The municipality of Delta,
however, for wh6m the road was oui,..
refused to accept ft, and the matter
has been In the hands of an arbiter
for some time.
By the terms of the agreement the
Great Northern Railway Company and
the municipality, Mr. Gamble, the provincial engineer, was to pass the higb-
w��v before 1t-eould he nccepted by-
Delta. Tbis Mr. Gamble has not done
and the road has consequently remained the property of the railway
company.
CITY  SOLICITORS.
Firm
Dissolved By Mutual Content-
New Corporation.
The firm of Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie and Martin has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. F. C. Wade,
K.C, some time ago retire! from gen-
���"���al i nctioe. Mr. whealler will continue the business heretofore cnTled
on by the firm in Vancouver, and Mr.
McQuarrie, Mr. Martin and Mr. Cas
sady, the business ln New Westmln
ste".
This dissolution will have no effec'
ipon lhe firm continuing to act aB
Ity policitors, although It wlll allow
Mr. McQuarrie mote time to devote to
business in the city. The firm has
'cas?d a suite of offices in the New
Westminster Trust block and wlll
move In when the building Is com-
���ileted. ' ��� ��
DOMINION FISHERIE8
INSPECTOR COMING
��'-. W. f*. Found, superintendent of
fisheries' for the Dominion Government, will moke a tour of British Co
lumbia early next month in order to
fnr^ilKrlze himself more thoroughly
with the conditions here.
During the courEe of bl? trip Mr.
Found will visit New Westminster for
the purpose of obser ing the progress
of the flehtng\industry here before n-
spectlng the. various canneries an.l
hatcheries along the coast.
HARRY   TIDY,   Manager.
WO NIGHTS
COMMENCING
TONIGHT
Matinees Friday and
Saturday at 230
Evenings at 830
Engagement      Extraordinary ���
The Eighth Wonder iof the
World.
THE GLORIOUS GLITTERING
ORIENTAL PAGEANT
DOMINION DAY PICNIC.
Lord of the Isles Camp, Sons of
Scotland, hnve arraned for a special
train to carry their annual picnic to
White Rock. Train will leave Great
Northern Railway station at 9.30 and
return leaving White Rock at 7.15. A
good programme of Scotch sports has
been arranged. Tickets wlll be on sale
by. the committee ln a few day��,    V
Motion  Pictures    Photographed.
In Nature's Own- Colors '���'
-    of the Crowning cf
KING GEORGE
AND
QUEEN MARY
IN INDIA, AMID 8CENE3    OF
BARBARIC SPLENDOR
"OUTGLORIE8 THE ARABIAN
NIGHTS,"
A $30,000.00 PRODUCTION
"THE    VERY    IMAGINATION
OUTDONE."
Aa Presented Before Their Majesties in London and T. R. H.
the Duke and Duche*�� of Connaught In Ottawa.
PRICES
Eveninga:   .$1.00, fac, 50c, 25c
Matinees 25c, SOc.
Mum Ktu
PAOfi five
YOUR SAVINGS
. O  '
Are you getting as large a return on your SAVINGS as you might
reasonably expect, consistent with absolute security ?
We Pay 4%
on the dally balance of Savings Accounts, which   means   that' your
money is earning Interest every day it is on deposit.
INTEREST PAYABLE QUARTERLY. ��)<:
WITHDRAWABLE BY CHEQUE.                                      i->.
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THE
WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, Lm
J. J,,^ONi^,'Managing Director,        ;'1:;-
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CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CCTd.
THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Better Stock for Less Money
Ask the Sales Department to have our representative., call ..and
explain what makes thia possible. . '
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
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I
$5.25
For One Week Only, we are
Clearing a Quantity of Odd
Dining Tables at Greatly {Reduced Prices. We can sell you
Solid Oak Round Dining Table
for      -      -       -       -      $9.90
Handsome Mission Pedestal Table
for      - $10*75
>_,.���    ���- ���     - f I ������   ��� ���.   B.I...,.I   j.l.    ..
Heavy Square Extension Table
for       -
o  -i-ilp.  ���)['.
Many others including the latest styles in
Fumed, Mission and Golden finishes. Tables
as high as $59.00. All are selling at a fraction of their regular value.
':..'!    <>T
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Remember, Lots More Inside
SPECIAL SALE PRICES ARC FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
DENNY &
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House Furnishers
SIXTH STREET NEW WESTMlfetER
MINTO CUP
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Meat Marke
P. BURNS& CO,
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WESTMINSTER
versus
VANCOUVER
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Queens Park, Saturday, June 22
  ii             ������<.
The Great Game Stalls
a|t 3 O'clock^
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
D�� i t s . ,,, , , ��Q
I
Foe or
Friend?
Friend It Was
to Be
Br CLARISSA MACKIE
BeiiSi ������������������� �����" .��..Q
I Bad luck had followed Joe Pebble for
three years���in fact, ever since he had
tired of the monotony of supporting
'bis wife aud ber father on his wages
as a cuttle herder and had suddenly de-
'serted them to follow the call of bia
old free life.
He had simply disappeared to let
them think what they would of him.
He had left all the money that be possessed except a single silver dollar, and
be bad used his own borse to ride
away from them.
| Bad luck had followed him In bis
rovings. He had been unhappy in bis
freedom. His heart ached for tbe
sweet companionship of Gertrude, his
wife, and for (he placid philosophy of
tbe good nalured "Id mun. her father.
Today he wus riding dowu a ravine
among the Tepee hills. Once more he
wns free. Ue had discharged himself
from n ranch ou lhe western side of
the watershed and was riding forth ou
oue of those strange, restless quests for
new scenes which hud become a habit
witb hira since he had deserted his
wife. Happiness he never expected to
regain
He drew rein there and looked
through an opening down upon a pleasant alluvial p!a!u dotted wltb cuttle.
A low adobe ranch house was Ihere.
surrounded by burn* and a corral.
Smoke wreatlu'd up from a chimney.
It looked very peaceful and pleasant���
the sort  of  bume lie und  Gertie had
football entered bia room, and he waa
conscious tbat some one was bending
over him.
"Well, stranger." said a deep, reso-
nent voice, "1 reckon you're awake
now?"     ��
"Wbo are you?" was Joe's hurried
question.
Tbere was a little pause before tbe
answer came. "My name's Smith.
Wby?"
"Nothing, only I thought It sounded
���like���somebody 1 used to know,"
murmured Joe, sinking back upon his
pillow.
"I wonder If you wouldn't Uke me to
help you outer those clothes you got on
and get you into bed in a decent way?"
went on tbe voice, and when Joe gratefully assented the owner of tbe voice
CITY     OF    NEW
"Street   Improvement   Debenture   By-
Law 1912, No. 2."
By-law NO.���.
A By-law to  enable   Um   Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster, to raise by Loan
the sum   of Two Hundred  and   Fifty
Thousand   Dollars    ($250,000.00)    for
Stieet Improvements within the City
of New Westminster, and   in particular:
(a) For Clearing, Grading and Macadamising Streets generally.
(b) For constructing Culverts,
Ditches, Crossings, Sidewalks and any
other works necessaty In connection
with same.
(c) To pay a proportion toward th?
cost of permanent improvements to
streets, including Paving, Curbing, fa
WESTMINSTER, follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred 'to and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as le-
quired by the City Treasurer to the
several persons Jto whom moneys are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of" July, 1912, and may be
cited as the "STREET IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912
NO. 2."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the,Electors of the said City
in the mariner required by law.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the day of , 1912.
i,i       i .       ��� .�����- *mimit^m*mmm  dtttleafor   Lighting,   Storm   Sewers
helped bim Tjitb a woman s tenderness   and any Qther workg nece88ary ,n con.
to undress and clothed blm in clean
underwear and a clean course nightshirt.
"I'm mightily obliged to you. stran.
ger," murmured Joe,' drowsily as be
Bank on bis pillow after swallowing a
cup of bot broth.
"You're welcome." said the other
solemnly, and. tiptoeing out be closed
tbe door.
Joe did not awake again until tbe
next morning.   He knew tbat tbe vrtn-
nection with same, under Local. Improvement By-laws.
(dl To pay a proportion "toward
the cost of constructing sanitary sewers under Local Improvement By-laws.
(e) To commute In whole or ln
part the City's proportion of the] Assessment for Local Improvements on
City property fronting on Queen's and
Royal Avenue and other streets where
permanent improvements are made
under Local Improvement By-laws.
WHEREAS cei tain sums  of money
dows were wide open, for be breathed   have been expended out of the general
*^-^v
' " BID HIS FACE IN  Ills  BARDS.
planned before. A lump cutne iuto bl*
throat, and he brushed hls brown band
across bis wet eyes. Then bis young
fnce sank Into those stern, brooding
lines tbat bad replaced the old cure
less expression.
Joe Trilible. as be called himself, rode
on. A few yards farther on bis horse
stumbled and fel) so suddenly tbat Joe
was pitched over his hend. to fall In a
crushed heap among some rocks. He
lay very still, while tbe borse scrambled to his feet, sniffed at his master's
unconscious form and then limped away
for nsslstimce. whinnying pitifully.
Joe opened his eyes upon darkness
There was a bandage over his eyes, nnd
he could see nothing, but he knew that
be rested upon n soft bed. "A large cool
band touched bis wrist, nnd a linger
pressed upon his pulse.
"Doctor." .loo huskily whispered.
"Aha"' said a mellow voice. "Coming around, nre you? Feel pretty well
banged to pieces?" ,
"Pretty sore," admitted Joe, "What's
the matter with my eyes?"
"Vou fell on a ii>t of broken rocks
flnd gut some splinters In your eyes
You can't come Into the liglit until
they've healed up a lilt. Nothing to
worry ubout: mere scratches. You hnve
got a broken nnkle. though "
"Wbere um I?" was Joe's next question.
"At a ranch close b.v the spot wbere
your horse threw you Pretty Intelligent beast, that borse! Came limping
down here to the ruuch and almost lold
Mr. Smith what had happened; Von
can bet he's well taken care of too!"
"Poor old Stiirbrow!" murmured Joe.
Then, turning to the doctor, be asked
In u low voice, "Wbere can 1 stay-
here?"
"Oh. yes! You can't be moved until
your ankle is better," said the doctoi
decisively.
The doctor left the room, and Joe
heard blm talking to some one In another room. There were other voices
that seemed to vibrate strangely ou
bis bearing. What memories of (hr
past they revived! Wbose voices did
they resemble?
He tormented himself with the '
questions until he fell asleep frou
."beer exhaustion. He was awakened
after a refreshing sleep by tbe eoanf
of a pump handle creaking outside '
���Shortly afterward a heavy, deliberate
the fresh, sweet air, and be could bear
the song of birds. His eyelids felt
very stitf and sore, and be was grateful for the bandage that covered them.
Mr. Smith came lu presently and.
after a pleasant greeting to the Injured mnn. bathed his fnce and bauds
and brought some breakfast to him.
Joe bit into a hot corn muffin, and
bis band fell upon the counterpane.
He turned bis blindfolded eyes toward
the stranger.
"Who made these muffins?" be asked in n choking voice.
Tbere  wns a  hesitating silence before  Mr.   Smith  replied.    Then.   "My I
daughter made them." be replied.
"Your daughter! Wby-when- excuse
me." stumbled Joe. "but tbey are liko
(hose my wife makes, nnd I never last- j
ed uny others like 'em!" He hastily
resumed hls breakfast, and the portion
of his face below the bandage glowed
redly.
Mr. Smith snld nothing.
When the doctor appeared be de- I
cin red that Joe bad a little fever, and
he changed tils medicine. Once more
Joe heard three voices in consult!-'
lion In the next room. He could now
fflcognlze Smith's voice nnd tliat of
the doctor, but the third one was that
of a woman, pitched low and soft, und
eluded his searching mind.
revenue of the City for the  construction, improvement and repair of sewers,  streets and sidewalks, and lt Is
expedient that additional sums be ex-
i pended in like manner and that the
Corporation at large   contribute such
!p:opoition of the expense of improv-
: ing streets by the laying    of sewers,
j sidewalks and pavements as the Council may determine, part of the cost of
| which ig levied and raised under Local
1 Improvement By-laws, and the amount
j required to be raised to pay the cost
! of such street   improvements, Includ-
| ing the contribution    to the    cost of
i local imnio-ements is the sum of Two
.Hundied-and Fifty Thousand Dollars
! ($250,000.00).
i     AND WHEREAS it appears that if
' the said sum of f 250.000.00 be appropriated from the general    revenue of
i the Cltv for the current year the rate
j of taxation will be excessive, and lt Is
expedient that such excessive taxation
shouid be avoided, and the said sum
should he raised on the credit of the
Corporation    and     that     debentuies
should be issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposei to
be issued  under this  By-law  an:l for
���crea'.ing  a sin'ing fund for the/pay-
ment of the said debentures when dae
it will be necessary to talee by special
rate in addition to all other rates each
year during ths currency of the said
debentuies the sun of Thiiteen Thou-
isand Four Hundred an.l Sixty-six and
|38-100 Dollars i$K!.-IH6.384.
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council the ��� day cf . 1912.
RECONSIDERED and flnallv passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE!
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 tbe 2(ith day of June,
1912, between the hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Mall.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
-�� City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
CITY     OF     NEW
WESTMINSTER.
By-
"Where bave I heard that voice lie
fore?"   be   asked   himself   again   aad |     AND WHEREAS In orSer  to   raise
again as the days passed by. but the   Hie s iid yearly sum   of $lH.46<i..1R   an
answer did not eome-tben. i equal special tate on the dollar will be
During those long davs nod nights ' re,|uiied  ,0 1)0 levicd    on the whole
of pain  and  helplessness Joe  Pebble !'       !'''-  '���">"'���'
bad leisure to think over wbat he had
"Parks   Improvement   Debenture
Law, 1912."
By-law  No. ���.
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the City
of New Westminster to raise by Loan
the sum of Twenty-five thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) for the purpose of 1m-
pio\ing the City Parks.
WHEREAS lt is necessary to make
improvements to the parks in the City
of New Westminster and the cost of
such improvements will be Twenty-
five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
AND WHEREAS It appears that If
���the said sum of $25,000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be excessive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation an.l that debentures
should be Issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on the debentures proposed to he Issued under this By-law,, and
for t: eating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due it will be necessary to raise by
special rate in addition to all other
rate3 each ^ear during the currency
of the sail debentures the sum of One
Thousand Three Hundred   and Forty-
and the sum of $221.64 to provide fpr
the repayment of the principal.    *fV
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debntures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost or the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures -therein referred to-and all
expenses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as re-
qulied by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom monejs are
payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2nd day of July, 1912, and may be
cited as the "PARKS IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE BV-LAW, 1912."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the City in the
manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council the ��� day of , 1912.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the ��� day of , 1912.
���   RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of���** , 1912.'
City Clerk.
Mayor,
NOTICE.
Take Notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 26th day of June.
1912. between the hours of Nine
o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock P. M.
at the following places, viz:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sappeiton.
No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth St., City.
Crane'B Building;, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12,
1912.
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
be raised annually by special rate a��
aforesaid during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of $675.00 for
the payment of Interest thereon, and
the sum of $558.25 to provide for the
repayment of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and .the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with the Issuance
of -ibe 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 be
cited as the "CIVIC STOREHOUSE
DEBENTURE BY-LAW 1912."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the said City
in the manner required by law
DONE AND PASSED ta' Opea
Council the ��� day of  19a ���>
RECEIVED the assent of the' Electors on the ��� day of  X912
RECONSIDERED and finally passed
the ��� day of , 1912.
' Ctty Clerk.
*. Mayor.
NOTICE.I
Take Notice that the above ls a true
copy of the proposei By-law upon
which the Vote of the Municipality
will be taken on the 26th day of June,
1912, between the hours 'of Nin��
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.^ity,
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, June 12-
1912.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
��54���Meets ln K. of P. Hall, Eighth;
and Agnes stieets, 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; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L Christie, Secretary.
Westminster.
,,.,,, AND WHEREAS the whole rateable   six and 64-100 Dollars (linifi.64).
done,  and  be resolved that  when  he   property of tN, said CUv according to
recovered   that   he   would   go   north (tha    i^t    i.�����l����a    Assessment    ;;oll
go   north jthe    last    revised
again uud endeavor to become recoil- ! thereof   Is    Seventeen    Million    Five
;lled tu Uis wife and her fattier. 1 Hundred and Ten    DollarB     ($17,000,-
The thought of this comln�� Journey 1 510.001.
did me.ch to tinmen his recovers. AND  WHEREAS  the  total  amount
On   th.-  evening  ot  this   particular   of,'heJ?x,s"ng- debf.I}J"1 e ^bt ��r,,the
y-n   PhndM   It  was-be   lay   then*   "��"    cl?����� Two Mil.lon 1*ve    Hun-
' dred and Twenty-nine Thousand Mne
Hundred   Dollars   (|2.529.900.00)   irre-
Iny��� n   Sunday
Rtohe In the room. Presently Smith
came In and talked to him. They
talked on various matters, and finally
Joe told him nlmut his former life in
Wyoming and 'ended by confiding bis
sin to the old man. He told It all -or
his wild longing for freedom, bow ne
hnd fought It for days before making
up his mind to leave bis wife aud
how. after tbe Irrevocable step hud
been taken, of tbe remorse be bad
suffered.
"1 think of them two helpless onet
snective of the sums proposed to h
raised under this By-law ancl the
"Harbor Improvement Debenture Bylaw, 1912," "Gas Plant Debenture Bylaw, 1912," "Hospital Debenture Bylaw, 1912." "Watstworks Dehenture
By-law, 1912, No. 2." "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," and the
"Civic Storehouse Debenture By-law.
1912," of which none of tlie principal
or interest is In arreats.
NOW  THEREFORE  the  Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the Citv
day and night." he groaned.    "What 'of New Westminster   enacts   as   fol-
bas    become   of   them?     A    coyote ! 'ows:
wouldn't  have acted   meaner'n   1  did. I     x-    u shaU tie lawful for the Ma; or
j of the   said City to raise   by way of I law. 1812,   of which none of the p:ln
AND WHEREAS in cider to raise
the said yearly sum of 11346-64) an
equal special r*te on the dollar will he
required to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS the wliole rateable
1 roperty ot the said City according 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
HundreJ Dollars ($2,529,900.00) irrespective of Ihe sums proposed to be
raised under this By-law and the "Harhor Improvement Debenture By-law,
1.912," "Sfreet Improvement Debenture By-law, 1912," "Gas Plant Debenture By-law, 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law. 1912," "Waterworks Extension Dehenture By-law, 1912." and
the "Civic  Storehouse  Dehenture  By-
"Civic Storehouse Debenture By-Law,
1912."
By-law No.���.
A By-law to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of the
City of New Westminster to ialse by
Loan the sum of Fifteen Thousand
Dollars ($15,000.00) for the purpose
of erecting a storehouse for the use
of the Corporation in the Cily of New
Westminster.
WHEREAS It is necessary to erect
a storehouse in the City of New Westminster and the cost of such erection
will be Fifteen Thousand DolIa:s
($15,000.00).
AND WHEREAS it appears that if
the said sum or $15 000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of
the City for the current year the rate
of taxation will be evces-ive, and it is
expedient that such excessive taxation
siiould be avoided, and the said'sum;
should he raised on the credit of the
Corporation and that debentures 1
should be Issued for that amount.
AND WHEREAS for the payment of j
interest on the debentures proposed to j
be issued under this By-law. nnd  for
creating a slnkin��  fund  for the pay-i
ment of the said debentures wheh due!
it will lie necessary 10 raise by special      _      ,���    u
rate in addition to nil other ratea each !    Speclflca ions,  agreements  of  sale,
year duiing the currency of the said l^ecis.  bJl*^,e*8  1.��.t.tei*B^.*,^:.'^!rcul*r
debentures the iiih of One Thousand
. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge-
No. 27, I. O. O. F., is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and!
Eighth street. Visiting brcthern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B. Purdy. financial secretary.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Don't Ood ever give folks a chance to
make good when they've sinned?"
loan from any person or persons, bodv
or bo-.ties corporate who may he wlll-
Ibe elder man did not answer for a | fn��� j0 advance thp rame on lhe credit
long time Then bf arose nnd bent
over the tied for "it brief instant. "I
oelleve he does, son: I lielleve be will."
be said solemnly, and Joe heard hlia
pass from tjie room and close tbe door.
Frou the room overhead be heard
the murmur of voices long Into the
night They were talking when lie
fell asleep, and once he started wide
awake because he thought be heard a
woman's sobs. "Don't cry. Gertie: everything Is all right." he murmured
drowsily and went lo sleep again.
The next day the doctor came and
removed the blindage.
After the doctor had gone Joe waited Impatiently for Mr. Smith to cnuie
In. tie was eager lo see the face of
the man who had been so kind to hlm.
All at ouee a bulky form tilled Hie
doorwuy. and Mr. Smith's slow, deliberate step approached the lied. In (ho
dim light Joe's eager eyes did uot at
tlrst recognize hlm: then be snt bolt
upright In bed and stared with wblten-
i:ig face Into the kind, forgiving eyea
��if-hls father-in law.
"Father!" he murmured brokenly nnd
hid his face lu his hands.
"Sua!" said the older man solemnly,
uud he laid his hand upon Joe's dark
hair in the old familiar caress, for
tb'j two bad been very loud of eacb
other.
""It has been yon all along?" asked
.loe nfter nwhile
"Yes." said the other. And In a few
words he lold (he repentant man that
nfter his desertion Gertrude and he
had left Wyoming and come down Iuto
Texas to start anew. Tbe o!d man
hud a little money, with Which hu
laiugllt the ranch. They bad never expected to see Joe agnln. When tliey
recognized blm lu (he Injured stranger
whom Starbrow had led them (0 (hey
hud hastily assumed the Dame of
Smith for tbe time being.
"And Gertrude?" asked Joe brokenly.
'Can she remember me and believe me
to become what she's worthy of?"
"I'm here. Joe!" came Gertrude'*
t'Jttt la answer.      ...,
of the debentuies hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of monsy not exceeding In the whole the sum of $250.-
11OO.OO and to cause the same to be
paid in'o the Treasuty of the said City
for the purposes mentioned herein.
?. It shall he lawful for the Mayo:
to cause any numher of debentures to
he made not exceeding In the whole
the sum of $250,000.00 for such sums
of money as may he required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent ex- '
presse 1 In --ounds steiilnir of the
i.'nited Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.Slid to t'.ie
pound sterling: and all s ich debentures shall he sealed with the Seal of
ihe Corporation, signed hy the Mayor
and countersigned hy the Treasure
theieof, or by such other peraon or
persons as may be thcreuuto lawfully
uuthoi lzed,
!���>. The said ('e')cnt'.ires shall hc
payable oa the first day of July, 1962
at such place or [laces as lhe Cound.
of the eaid Corporation may from
time to time appoint with t'.ie approval ot the holders thereof, and shall
iiear Interest at lhe rato of four and
one-half per centum ier annum, pa>-
ahle half-yearly on the first day of
January nnd the llrst day of July In
each and every jear, and the debentures shall have attached to them cou
pons for 'the payment of interest
wliich said coupons shall be signed hy
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shal'
be levied and raided In each year, In
addition to all other rates, on ail the
rateable property of the City, stiff 1-
eient to pay the interest upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund
for the payment, of the principal there-
of when due, subject to any Act or enactment, respeotinic tbe same.
5, Subject as aforesaid, there shall
lie raised nnnually hy special rate as
aforcsni I, during the currency of the
said debeni ures, the sum of Eleven
Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty
Dollars ($11,250.00) for the paymenl
of Interest thereon, and the sum of
Two Thousand Two Hundied and Sixteen and 38-100 Dollars   ($2210.28)   to
cipal or inierest Is In arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of Ths Corporation of the City
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. V. shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
lo:in from any 1 erson or pe:sons, bodv
or i.odies corporate who may he willing io advance the same on the credit
of the debentures herc'nafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not exceeding In the whole the sum of Twenty-flve Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00)
ind lo cause the same to he paid into
the Treasury of tho said City for the
purpose mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
lo rai:se an> numher of debenture! to
be ma'e nol exceeding in the whole
the sum of $25,01)0.00 for such sum of
money as may he required, not less
th;;n $100.00 cach or an equivalent ex-
pieased In pounds Sterling of the United Kingdom of Gieat Britain and Ireland, nt a value of 4.860 to the pound
Sterling; nnd ail sucb debentures
shall he sealed with the Seal of lhe
Corporation, Blgned by the Mayor and
countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such o her person or pe sons
as may be t'icieunto lawfully authorized.
8, The said dehentures shall be
payable on the Orel day or July, 1902
al such place or places as tlie Council
of the said Cor] oration may from
tlmo to time appoint with the approval of the holders theieof, snd shall
hear Inierest at the rate of four nnd
one-halt ' er centum ier annum, payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and Ihe flrst day of July ln
each anil eveiy year, nnd the debenturea shall have attached to fliem coupons for 'the payment of Interest,
Whloh said coupons sliall he signed by
the Balcl Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
he |e\|ed and raised In each year ln
addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the City sufficient
to pay the Interest unon the debentures anl to create a sinking fund for
the payment, of tho piincipai thereof
when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting ifJie same.
Subject as aforesaid, there shall
provide for the re-payment of the prln-   he raised annually by si ecial rate as
cipal.
(I.   Tho proceeds of the sale of the
Baid deiitntures shall   he applied   as
Two Hundred and Thirty-three and 215-
100 DollarB   ($1233.25).
AND WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of $1233.25 an
equal special rato on the dollar wlll be
required to be levied on the whole
rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable
property of the said City according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof is Seventeen Millie,n Five Hundred and Ten Dollars ($17,000,510.00).
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of 4he existing debenture d��bt of tbe
said City Is Two Million Five Hundred
and Twent.\-nine Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($2,529,900.00) lrreBpec^
tive of the sums proposed to be raised
under this By-law and the "Harbor
Improvement Debenture By-law 1912,"
"Street Improvement Debenture Bylaw 1912 No. 2," "Gas Plant Debenture By-law 1912," "Hospital Debenture By-law 1912," "Waterworks Extension Debenture By-law 1912 No. 2,"
and the "Parks Improvement Debenture By-law 1912," of which none of
the I rinclpal or Interest is In arrears.
NOW THEREFORE THE MUNICIPAL Council or the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any 1 erson or persons, body
or bodies corporate who may he willing to advance the same on the credit
of the dehentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not exceeding In the wliole the s.im of Fifteen Thousand Dollais ($15,000.00)
and to cause the sime to be paid Into the Treasury of the said City for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any numher of debentures to
he made not exceeding in the whole
,!he Bum of $15,000,001 for such sum of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed In pounds Sterling of the United Kingdom of Geat Brltuin and Ireland, at a value of 4.860 to the pound
Sterling; and all such debentures
shall be fealed with the Seal of the
Corporal Ion, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned b.v the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons
as may be thereunto lawfully uuthorl-
::ed.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the fli Bt day of July, 1932,
at such place or places as the Counctl
of the said Corporal ion may from time
to 'lime appoint, with tlie approval of
the holders thereof, and shall bear Interest at the rale of four and one-haif
per centum per annum, payable half-
yparly on the first day of January an;l
the flrst day of July In ench and every
year, and the debentures shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest, whicli said coupons
shall be signed by the said Mavor.
4. A special rate on the dollnr shall
be levied and raise:! In each year in
addition to all other rates on all (he
rateable property of the City sufficient 'to pay the-4nterest upon lhe debentures and to create a sinking fund
for the payment, of the principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or en-
work specialist. All work strictly confidential, m. Hroton, Room 6, Mer-
chant   Bank  Bldg.     Phona 71g	
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND Accountant. P. O. Box 784. Phone 100(1.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 1X8. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers-
at-lcw, solicitors, etc. unices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia atreet
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta, New Weatmlnster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Sollcltora.
Westminster oillces. Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streeta; Vancouver offices, Wll.lams building, 41 Oran-
vllle street. F". C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. Q. McQuarrie. O. E.
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets ln the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting on the tliiid Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. II. Stuart Wade, secretary. '
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���BarrlB-
' ters nnd Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 09. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
OWNEE will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90, Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
aforesaid duiing thc currency of the
said debentures tho sum of $1125.00 actment respecting the same. :
for the payment, of interest thereon, ���   6.   Subject as aforesaid there shall
BBX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE >- 4iM<$M4tfW��.|b��
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
fr'.Tf'ir
PAGE 8EVEN
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.
C13I
CB'
13
14
14
1
2
3
4
4
S
6
7
7
8
9
A
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Npt
Spt
W%
Ete
E%
W%
1
29    I
|
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
C2B|
*    1
1,
Hall, Thomas S	
Hall, Thomas S  ,	
Murohle, 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   J.
Parisli of rioly Trinity   	
Thompson, J. Lee  	
Philpot,  Wilfrid   	
Hoffard, Cecilia E	
Turnbull, Martha A ,���	
Mclnnes, Mary A	
Herring, Frances E	
Herring, Francee E	
Herring, Frances E.  ... 1	
Herring, Frances E	
Padmore, Fred W	
Manson, Wm. and Hoy Hy	
R.
Co.
C 30
CA'
5
6
7
1
2
3
4V
6
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
iTlpperary
W%
EH
EH
WH
E.
65.94|$
40.31
25.64
49.40
65.80
49.40
37.95
37.95
75.90
72.60
36.30
36.30
49.50
49.50
143.28
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
65.91
65.91
65.91
65.91
66.00
66.08
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.01
S5
12
60
59
Middle pt
I 1
11
5
6
7
1
2
3
1*2
3
4
5
��
-   7
*
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Npt
Spt
NH
6H
EH
WH
WH
EH
SH
NH
SH
NH
21
22
23*2*	
��    I I
26&27 |
28*10 ft. of 29
29   balance
30
31
32
36
36
37
38
39
40
41      	
42 | 24.U6
|   42   balance |
4.1A44| I
SC |8,9,35ftc|19 E HI
r '      21      |
22 SHI
22 NH|
23
25
26
27
28
29*30
31
32
33
34
35
36     |
'8,9,35&'c|36    Spt |
'37    WH|
EH|
38      I
Purvis, Jane
Blair, J. C	
National Drug & Chera
Frat. Order of Eagles 	
Blair, J. C	
Telford, J.  M.	
Anderson, W. A.*& Alice C
Hacking W. J	
Drew, GeO.  E	
Armstrong W. J	
Roth well, E. J.  .
Earl, Frederick
Herring  Frances
, 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. ...im	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Wise, Catherine F	
Cunningham James  	
Lavery,  A.  L.   	
Y. M. C. A	
Armstrong, T. J	
Lane, R. & W	
H City of New Westminster	
Trustees Queen's Ave. Meth. Chuich.
Dominion Trust Co	
Heay,  Maud   	
Walker, Elinor J	
Welsh, Mary  M	
Chamberlin, W. C	
Gillis. John  	
Green, T. B. & Mary Scane	
Trustees  Central  Meth. Church I   132.001
Hood.   Mary  G I     66.00
Major C. O I     66.00
Dockrill, G. O. M. Estate        66.00
Major, CO.   i        66.00
Peck. John   *..   . ^^^^^^
MfccNBb.  John    ,
Agar, Ad T	
Dawe, Samuel   	
Loat, C. 3	
Gauvreau, Jesse Marlon
Burr. Margaret A	
Rlthet, R.  P	
Wintemute iMary J. ...
Osborne,  Charles  	
Johns, John   	
Brine, A. J	
Wilkie, Walter 0. E. H.
Innee, William 	
Sinclair, A. J	
Sinclair, A. J	
Shlnobu, C	
Pace, J. J.	
Rearers, Bessie 	
8cnmere E. A. B	
65.93
65.95
65.93
65.94
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
33.01
33.01
33.03
33.03
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.001
66.00
66.00
��� 66.00,
1541.87
6J.t)0
52.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
55.00
55.00
65.00,
66.00!
��6.00|
66.00
66.06
26.00
40.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
33.00;
33.00|
66.00
Sf.
S7
39
44
1
I     7    I
Ll
10
Npt W
BH   21
4
26
27
15
16
17
1S
1
2
',.
4
B
Fonester. W. W	
McPherson, J. W	
Dutch, Alexander  	
Smith. Jaa. Carter  	
Smith, Annie E	
Robson, Carrie M	
Robson, Chas. J	
Gilley, W. R	
Watson,  Mary   	
Watson,  Mary   	
McDonnell, Mary A	
Smyth, Patrick	
Robson. Harold,1 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	
Baker, Melville H	
Smith. Wilbur H	
Hanna.   William   	
Weelands, Ellen J	
Rousseau,   Amanda   	
Reid, Alice iM	
Gregg, Laura E	
Cassady, Jane R	
Fletcher, R. J	
Jardine, J. B. &   Adelaide 	
Kerr. Gertrude A	
Armatrong, R. B	
Hall, Janet  	
Armstrong, Adeline 	
Hall, Janet  	
Hudson, W. L	
Curtis, Clare	
Giant, Allen P	
McGill, Q. & Craig T.	
Currie.  Elizabeth   :
Moi rlBon Frances E, 	
Levy. L. R. .:	
Pelletler.  H. L	
Jenkin, Lena  	
Peers,  Margaret  	
McGill, Q. and Cralg, T. .... ..��.���!<
Matheson A. & Jacobson H	
Walker, M. E.  ..., ������������
Johnston, J.  B	
R  C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
R* C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
R  C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
r! C. Archbishop of Vancouver	
Jardine,  Robt	
Jardine,   Robt	
fcnl&ht,   ��	
G:afton, W. A	
Rutledge, Thos. /	
Ruilodge, Thos	
Oi eelman, I. M	
Dunn. C. C	
Jardine, ,T. B	
Wyman  E	
Wyman M	
4.51
2.75
1.75
3.38
4.50
3.38
2.60
2.60
5.20
4.97
2.48
2.48
3.39
3.39
9.80
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.61
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
4.61
4.51
1.78
2.73
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
2.26
2.25
4.51
66.00
33.00
33.00
66.00
66iO0
132.00
66.00
132.00,
76.001
56.00
66.00
66.00;
66.60,
66.00J
66.00|
66.00
66.001
66.00|
66.00J
66.00J
6 66!
59.451
132.001
29.50
59.421
29.71
29.71
59.33
69.00;
69.42
69.42
69.41|
118.83|
69.42
69.25
69.25
59.33
69.42
49.42
IO.OO;
34.6
34.63
69.26
69 25
69.25
36.86
60.00J
60.00
50.00
60.00
50.00
71.15
46.50
56.00]
73.34
66.00
49.50
49.60
49.60
49.50
49.50!
49.50
49.501
49.501
4!1 50|
49.601
'  66.00;
tlo.U
68. < 2
59.40
69.40
Blk.   Lot   Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner,
Frontage
Feet.
Amt.
S10
S13
S13
I 6
I *
|S.Wpt
I 1
12
13
24
Npt'
10
10
13
14
1
2
3
��l'
5;
61
71
12
13
14
7
8
9
10
11
12
12&13
14*15    j
16
1
2
3
4
5
8
9&10 I
11&12 I
13*14 I
15&1C I
J17&18 D
28 I
|29
30 !
31
32 I
33
34 J
|1,2.3       I
4,5,6
I
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	
Bougheir, E. J. .r	
Boughen, E. .1	
Boughen, E. J.	
Miller, H. D. 	
MacLean, Frank James
Davis,  Lizzie   	
Lane, Wm.   .-.	
McLaren  Estate   	
Davis Ariithur 	
Johnson, Mary 	
McPherson D	
Vidal, E. F	
Pope, EX 	
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 B.  .
Montgomery, J. B	
Montgomery, J. B	
Wilson, Emeilne  	
Wilson, Ralph  	
Wilson, Julia Ann  ..,.
Wilson, Julia Ann  	
59.40
69.40
307.401
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
61.33
51.33
51.33
51.33!
102.66
102.69
61.36
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.001
132.001
132.001
132.00|
132.00|
42.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
148.50
148.501
49.50
49.50[
49.50)
49.50
49.60
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
3.61
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
3.51
7.02
3.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
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
iSSTsMd Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Davies' Cafe
Serve tbe best coffee and new laid
eggs for breakfast. Lunches put up.
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth  Street.
F. Q. GARDINER.       A. U. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B. C.
14,479.60|$990.29
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the schedule mentioned above the sums of money set
opposite each lot for 30 years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be beld on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Councll 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 tbe Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such Court df Revision.
Westminster    '
Transfer Co.
Office Phona 185.      Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
'    Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
The -..,
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up 96,200,000
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic-to'the PacUio,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Pald-Up)   ...815,413,000.00
RE8ERVE $15,000,000.09
Branches tbrougnoui. Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parte of tke
world.
Savings Bank Dipartmeat���Deposits
-ecelved ln sums of fl and upward,
uid Interest allows 1 at S per cent per
tnnnm (present rate).
Total Assets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.   .
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GO88E, Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
W. A.
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hal), June 4th, 1912.
Date of first publication June Oth, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Storm Sewer, Fifth Street Area.
���CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Dominion Day
Round trip tickets for one and one-
third fare on sale June 28th to July
lst, good to return until July 4.
WEEK END TICKETS
On sale every Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. Single faie for the roui*i
trip.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Brodie, O.P.A.. Vancouver
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT. . .,
Wo bave no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the .proportion  In wbich  the  aaaeaameut ia made on per toot frontage.
Blk.   Lot.    Sub. Resub.
Assessed Owner.
Frontage
Feet.
 1, 1- ���
4.61
2.25
2,26
4.61
4.61
9.02
4.51
9.02
5.30
3.82
4.51
4.61
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.61
451
4.61
461
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
4.66
3.38
0 08
2.37
2.37
4.74
4.74
4.74
2.62
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.42
4.87
3.18
3.82
6.02
4.51
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
3.39
Mn
3.39
4.61
4.U2
4.02
4.06
4.06
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40
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Reaerve.
8,9,35.
etc.
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Hudson, Isaac 	
Cunningham, James Alex	
McDonald. Daniel  	
Maloney, Louiae, Maud Mary  .
Gardhouse, Lonsdale Lafayette
Shiles, Jennie L.   	
Loree, Jamos C '
Loree, James C	
Brown. Evelyn T	
McPhail, George 	
Orr, Willis-i H. and John E.
Orr, William M. and John E. ..
Hatherlsy, Thoe. R.  ��...
Eastman, Henry A.
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Straight, Harvey M	
Hart, F. J., A Co., Ltd. ..
Townsend. William B. ...
Jardine, John B	
Major, Henry C.
Dougherty, Jamea
Hendry. Robert R. 	
Hendry, Robert R. ,	
Brown, Katls E. 	
Tether, Constance 	
Cunningham, J. W	
McPherson, Isabella Wilson
McGill & Craig     	
McOill, Q. and Craig. Thos.
Johnson. J. A	
Wolfenden, George 	
Jardine, J. B	
Dunn. C. Celvanla  	
Murchie, E. D. and Jemmlna M..
Mountain. Harriet Luclnda. .7...
Hill. Jane H. G. Estate	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Hill, Arthur E. B.	
Edmonds, H. L	
Edmonds, H. L	
Rennle, Ellen J ,..
Dingle, Fioience E. ..,.	
McDonald, J. M	
McDonald, J. M.	
Hill, Arthur E. B	
Baber,. Walter James. 	
Chappell, J. G  ...
Astle, James W	
Simpson. Guy  	
Brown, Carrie A	
McMillan, E. R	
McPhail, George	
McPhail, George 	
Merrldlth, Elizabeth M	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
Boughen, E. J	
60.00
60.001
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50.00,
50.001
50.00
50.60
60.00
50.00
50.00
50.00)
50.00
60.00
50.00]
97.00
69.25
59.421
59.42
59.33,
69.25,
59.42|
69.42
59.42,
66.00,
99.00
198
47.00,
73.66
56.00
73.34]
69.40
68.72
58.72
66.00
69.40
69.40
59.40
59.40
92.40
92.40
49.50,
49.60
49.50
49.50;
49.50
61.33
61.33
6L33
51.33
51.33
61.33'
61.33,
51.33
307.40!
33.00(
33.00,
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Amt.
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.19
3:19
8.19
3.19
6.13
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.78
4.41
3.79
3.79
3.79
4.20
6.30
12.60
2.99
4.69
3.66
4.67
3.78
3.74
3.74
4.20
3.78
3.78
3.78
3.78
5.88
5.88
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
8.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
3.27
19.12
2.10
2.10
2.10
B.t. toast Service
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers .
and Decorators
Estimates Olvon.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phene 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C,
Second Hand Store
McDONALD tt SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    Becond    hand
goods ot all hinds.   Tools especially.
W* Mclnnes Street. Phone IOO*.
for   Prinoe   Ru-
Polnta  10  p.  m.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
8ERVICE.
Leaves  Vancouver   for Victoria  10
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:45.
Leavea  Vancouver    for  Seattle    10
a. m. and H  p. m.
Leaves Vancouver  for  Nanaimo  10
a. m. and ��:30 p. m.
Leaves Vaneouver
pert and  Northern
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   POR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Priday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
i ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOL8TERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria Street.
(Over Daily Newa.)
Sole agent for
'$ Root Beer
Mineral Wafers,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
Mm HEN LEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
("���.���phone R tig   Offlce: Princess St,
Mona R672.
619 Hamilton St
o. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesepoole. Beetle Tanks. Etc.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
3634.71|*231.07
Notice Is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Weetmlneter Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the ptopertleB ln the schedule��� above mentioned the sums ot money eet
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial
of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Wednesday, the 26th day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forencton, at tho Councll 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, 4th June, 1912.
Perfect
anteed.
fit und workmanship guar-
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
I  Date of Art publication, 6th June, 1912,
''**,
;-xi
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint Only in this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained. ,.. .       ..;.
The Continuous'
Growth of a Bank -
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT, THe SERVICE IT
REN0ER8 IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITE8 .���"���*
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. G
BRANCH   :4f*'
4. ORACEY, MANAGER.
���lMHflMI<>0wvw'MWM* M* mm*m\*mmtmttv fc
PAOB EIGHT
,     %)
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
HOCKS
ALL SIZES and
ALL PRICES
$2.50 to $6.00
AND
Wire Hammocks at
.\-*-* i.-
.t. -,itki*
z$3.00
wSOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B.&.M. FISH
Fresh Ueriing/ 4 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Smelts, (<r lb 10c
Fresh Halibut (half o:' whole), lb.  .7?
Hed Spring1 Salmon  2 lbs. for line
Live Cod (half or whole), per lb...Sc
Largs Sarins Rabbits, each  35c
537'FtintSt.  -   Phone 301
Gity News
YOU    b6    NOT   PARTICULARLY
CARE' TO$rf'AVE YOUR FIRE AND
OTHER   LOSSES   ADJUSTED   SAT
ISFACTORILY-   WHEN   THE    CALAMITY   OCCURS,   THEN   BY   ALL
MEANS- f*��k TO    ANY    ONE    YOU
CB06SsTfO1l. YOUR   INSURANCE.
BUT IF YOU WANT TO BE SATISFIED   WITH   YOUR   ADJUSTMENT
THEN   B2, ALL '.MEANS    LET   ME
TAKE   MEOF    YOUR    INSURANCE MASTERS   FOR YOU.    THE
BEST IS NONE .TOO GOOD...
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Weetmlneter.
We Have
^*S**t**S**r-aJi*S>^\S*^&^*~r*\Jm<^mr*ma~*r^*^^
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 GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Ret. 72.
New    Westminster.     B    C.
Mrs. P. Birrell will not receive today and not again until the fall.
Have you seen those Eagles at COS
Front street?
Rye bread���like your mother us*'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. *v
The work of demolishing the upper
storey of the Stanley Apartments is
pioceeding apaoe.
All standard makes of typewriters
for sale at Lee's Ltd. Call and inspect our stock. **
Richard Tattersall examiner for the
Conservatory of music, Toronto, spent
Wednesday in the city   with Mr. John
Graham.
Some very cheap lots at White Rock,
easy terms. McQuarrie Bros., 622 Columbia street **
Mrs. Agret, 59 Si*th street, will sell
Fridav and Saturday, children's trimmed hats worth $2.50 to $5.50 for
$1.95. **
T^o neat five roomed cottages will
shortly be erected on Duncan street,
Lulu Island, by Margaret Fryers. It
;s nn'erf'ood thst the cost will be in
the vicinity of $1600 each,
Something up to date, the Eagle
marine gasoline engines to be seen in
the Dominion Trust building, 605
Front street.   J. Insley, jr., agent. ����
Get a house or tent site at White
Rock for the summer. McQuarrie
Bros., 022 Columbia stieet. *'
Mail orders are now being received
for the "Flirting I'i incess" at the
opera house, next Thursday evening. *
Mr. T. E. Sinclair has recently purchased B valuable horse from Coun-
'i'lor D. C. MacUregor. of Burnaby.
lne animal, Lord Buinaby, is known
in this piovince as a ribbon wlnnei
:md captured several prizes at the recent Vancouver Horse Show,
One drunk, very penitent and very
e.iger for one more chan:e to redeem
himself, appeared before the bench
���his morning, and was allowed to depart. His companion who had secured
bail last evening, did not appear, and
consequently an order was. issuej for
the foifeiture of the money.
Con't fo:get the matinee rt the
o-era houfe this afternoon���the Durbar in Klnemacolor. Admission 26 and
"fi cents. A treat for old and younr,
a.'Be.
The C. P. It. are o.Te:in;r reduced
fares for the Dominion Da. holiday o'
fare' and a thir.l for the round tiip,
gocd from Juno 28 to July 4. They
are.also o.Terinc single fare-tickets for
the round trip for week-end trips
throughout tbe summer, nood on Fri-
dayp, Saturdays and; Sundays.
MONEY  TO   UOAN   on   Residential
iproreTty;   lowest  current  rate.      >Ja-
Uontil    finance     Company,   Ltd.,  521
Columbia street. **
Tbe B. C. K. R. yestenUy started a
g&ng of men laying a spur trick from
the Silth stieet line to the Crystal
Dairy Comjany's plant between 'Sixth
anl Fifth avenues. The foundations
of this building a:e completed and
sarpentei's are expected to commence
on the building proper within the next
few days.
Reseived seats for Saturday's ia-
crois-e match are now on sale at H.
Ryall's drag store, and all those
holding complimentary tickets are te-
'jucsted to make their reservations as
soon as possible. *��
The cement curbing of Twelfth
M eet is'about completed and when
the sower and new water mains are
uid, the work of paving the street to
Tenth avenue will be proceeded with.
The B. C. B, ll. has completed the laying of a new spur within tho houn lary
of Burnaby and will remove the present one opposite the orphanage In a
few days.
MONKS' TO LOAN' on Residential
property- lowest current rate. National Finance Companj', Ltd., 623
Columbia street. ��*
Thc annual picnic of the lx>rd of the
[flea Camp, Sons of Scotland, will be
hied on Dominion Day, Monday July 1,1
at White Rock. A sieelal train will
"no tin- Great Northern depot at
D:30 a. m. on ihat day tor the sum-"J
ircr resort, and i< turning, wlll leave
\\ bite Rock ai 7 u. m. The c will be
piping and Scotch dances during thc
day. .Mi members and their friends
a:e im lied to attend.
MUSICAL   EXAMINATIONS.
YOUR DOCTOR WILL RECOM-
MEND US.
We have been bo exact In the
compounding of prescriptions
that we now possess a well
earned reputation for accuracy
and promptness. Never has a
physician hud a cause for complaint in one way or another.
Thie sounds like self praise.
but 'it is tlie duty of every
i liai���mail.: to see that such a
service I* .given   to   hls trade.
lirlng' your prescriptions to
Mnlr's and the speed and sure
ness of your recovery from illness will be more certain.
Bl c your doctor, then see us.
The last, and  next to "The Spring
Maid," Che   highest    musical    comedy
that  plays al  tlie    opera    house    this
vear, will be here next Thursday even
Int.   This Is the "Flirting Princess,"
with the famous Harry Bulger as leading comedian/    The seat; tale for this
will  go on at Tidy, lhe  llorisi's.    ;:::
I Columbia street, next Monday    morn
j lug.    Mail ordeis arc bein;,  received
(now.     This   play is   a sister    tu the
"Princess  of  Tonight,"  which  played
heie last yea".
PUBLICITY BUREAU.
MUIR'SPiarmacy
Fraser Val'ey and City Meet to Consider Scheme.
This afternoon al two o'clock representatives ftom tbo councils and
hoards of trade of tlie Municipalities
in and adjacent to the Fraser valley
v in meel with representative* of the
city's organizations at the board ul'
i rade rooms.
Tim Importanl question at1 issue is
tbe feasaldlily of establishing In Vancouver, nn lnter-muniolpal co-operative
bureau of information, so thai the al
tention of visitors and now comet's to
the province may be dire: ted to the
wide  field  of opportunity   which   Her.
f.'esult���List' of Successful Candidates
The following is the list of successful candidates in the recent examination of the Associated  Board of the
Royal Academy    of Music, and    the
Royal College of Music, conducted in
this city by Percy  Miles, Esq., A. R.
A. M.   Tlje-names are arranged in order of merit, students namej being followed by teachers ln brackets:
Local  Centre  Examination.
Practical      Pianofcrte.      AivanceJ
Grade ��� Josephine    Michand    (Miss
Cave-Brown-Cave, L. R. A. M., A. R.
C. M.).
Theoretical, Advanced Harmony
and Musical Form���Francis C. Guichon (Miss Cave-Brown-Cave).
Rudiments of Music���Isabeile Macintosh  (Miss Cave-Brown-Cave);   Isabel Stead (Miss Cave'-Brown-Cave).
Local School Examinations.
Practical Pianoforte Playing, Higher Division���Gertrude M. Watson
(Miss Cave-Brown-Cave).
Lower Division, With Distinction���
Isabeile Macintosh (Miss Cave-Brown-
Cave, L. Tt. A- M., A. R. P. M.)
Elementary ��� C. E. Vidal (MIbs
Cave-Biowli-Cave): Margaret W. Seymour (Miris Cave-Brown-Cave); Alice
Coulter (Mlss A. V. Coulter); Margaret Johnstone (Mrs. E. D. I>ennle);
Francis Johnson (,Mrs. E. D. Lennie);
Gwendolen Bunting (Mlss Cave-Brown-
Cave); Percy Hacking (Mrs. E. D.
Lennle).
Primary With Distinction ��� Elizabeth Seymour (Miss Cave-Brown-
Cave).
Pass���Eleanor Whiteside (Mrs. C.C.
Fisher); Rachel A. Welsh (Mrs. E.D.
Lennie);  George McAllister (Mrs. E.
D. Lennie); Gladys Lovering (Mrs. E.
D. Lennle): Howard Elliot (Mrs. E. D.
Lennie).
Violin Playing, Pi lma:y���Howard J.
Meie:lith t.Miss Cave-Brown-Cave).
Theoictical, Harmony and Gram-
mir of Music, Higher Division���Leita
Trapp  (Mrs.  C. C. Fisher).
Theory of Music, Primary���C. E. Vidal (Miss Cave-Biowne-Cave); Lawrence backing (Mrs. E. D. Lennie);
Margaret Johnstone (Mrs. E. D. Lennie): Helen Agar I Mrs. E. D. I.,ennie).
As Miss Laura Lavery is at present
cut of town, it has not been possible
to -j't the names cf her successful
pupils to Include in rhe foregoing list.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated   Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411,
"Take you your instruments, play you the whiles"
*'  TAMING   OF  THE   SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    BANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick" J. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
A Fowl Deed.
One of the police constables made
sorre novel arres.s yesterday afternoon, when seven stray chickens were
pinched and brought to the polhe station. They were jaHed in a crate and
await the coming of their o>vner3.
YOU
ARE
SURE
OF LASTING SERVICE
In return for your money when
you buy Rubber Goods from our
store, aa we never handle inferior grades !
Hot Water Bottles, Syringes,
Ice Bags, Gloves, Sheeting,
Bandages or anything else sold
in Rubbetf means flrst qualify at
fair prices at
RYALLS
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
20 CHOICE LOTS at this popular
jammer Resort, close to the Beach
tnd to the Great Northern Depot,
or sale at
SMALL   CASH    PAYMENT
AND TERMS TO SUIT
$500  ^^^^^^^
Summer cottages built all around
the property. Let us take you
down to see the location. The property will sell itself.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696 622 Columbia Street
THI
FMSUUUIY^v.
BURNABY
ACREAGE
Wen located Burnaby acreaBe Is getting seme ..nd like most good
things is In pretty strong demand. It won't he long before almost
every acre between Westminster and Vancouver will have been subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner of a Tew broad acres
wlll be able to get nlmost any price he may care to ask.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
Between Hastings road and the Humaby Lake tram line, ia about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price. Buinaby Lake property is selling at from $3000 per acre and up. We can uuote a price
away below that, nnd we can give good terms.
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
NO BOQ LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITt- rock townsite      ...
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHI^p, 'BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER  70  COVVaGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel just completed.
LOTS from (350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those bull ling this season.   Our Mn. Sanus has an
office on the property. "l
WHITE, SMILES &
OFFICIAL TOWNSITE AGENTS
4
ft H. BUCKUN, N. BEARDSLEB,
Ptes. and Gent Mgr.      Vlce-Presldett.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec, and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKUNI
. LUMBER CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  arid  Wholesale Dealere In
Eir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na   7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors.   Mould>nga Etc
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 9 p.m., wltb half hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���an 6, S\ 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45. 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m..
and late car at 11:30 p.m.   Sundays-
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at ?
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
t
Reduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday,
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
TAKE   THIS    ENJOYABLE
1
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
W. R. G'LLEY, Phone 122.
Q. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and ie.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, I.IME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WASHCD GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8ANO, PRE88ED BRICK AN-D
FIRE BRICK.
'
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are welt 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.
������'���I  I ���'-���III. I       l,llllllWII    .��� IP-���I���^^���...���M^.MI j   ��    , |  I
Now ia the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It la the stuff that tha foua-
datlons ot wealtb and happiness are built of.
Money may be need ln two ways; to spend for what Is
seeded now and to Invest for wbat shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested untll It le flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorised Capital, ��2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.'
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager,
CUT GLASS
Before .deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C P. R. and B. C Electric Railway.
THC
JCWCLCR
Phone 83.; .    New Westminster,    |  nol. only In this city but In the fe
valley of which It is the centre.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1881.
W. write  Fire,  Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
I Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Trading
Company nnd will continue the business wiih a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.   A trial solicited.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 904.
/. Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster nnd  Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.

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