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 VOLUME 7, NlilMBKR 63
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY  18, IBIS
PRICE FIVE CENTS
JURY SUMMONS
EMMA GOLDMAN
Dr. Reitman Also Must Appear Before Investigators
of I. W. W.
FURTHER INQUIRY
IN FISHING FRAUDS
C. N. R. CREWS
WORKING TRAINS
District Attorney  Expects  to  See   Indictment for Sedition  Returned
Against the Pair.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 17.���Emma
Goldman, acknowledged leader of the
Anarchists in the l'nited State;, and
her assistant, Dr. Benjamin Reitman,
who recently was tarred and then
rubbed with desert sagebrush by a
committee of Ban Diego citizens, will
be summoned to apjear before the
federal grand jury now investigating
the Inner woi kings of the Industrial
Workeis of the World, with a view to
returning Indictment for sedition.
Tills announcement was made tonight
by Assistant l'nited States District
Ataorney Dudley W. Roblnsotn, who
is in charge of the government's case.
Both Miss Goldman and Reitman
left i.o.s Angeles tonight for San
Francisco, where, they announced,
tbey would remain for two weeks in
conference with sympathizers in an
endeavor to arrange B prog'am of
action whereby they could force the
people Of.Ban Diego to "recognize the
right of free speech, and "make restitution for the grievous wrong done
' one of our number."
Todays witnesses befoie the grand
Jury inclu led Captain of Police C. 11
Delacour, Captain of Detectives
Meyers, Superintendent of Police
Sehon and C. II. Williams, a mcmlii ���
of the industrial Workers, ali of San
Diego. I
MtlDLY CENSURES
MORAL REFORMERS
Many  Disclosures    Expected���Fisherman  Give��  Names to Customs
Officials���Detailed Account.
Rev.   Dr.  Moore,     Me��hcdi��t,    Alle-ec
Lack   of   Active   Interest���Calls
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*. - Indians Depraved.
Victoria, May 17.���At the session of
the Methodist conference this afternoon Be. Dr. Moore, secietary of
temierance and moral reform, mild1) j
(ensured temperah <_ and moral reform comniliiees of many churches
for lack of active interest in thc
work, lie declared tliat lf they dio
their work more thoroughly it would
tell on the moral and social condition
oT the districts in which they lived
and would tesiilt In the destruction of
evl's that existed In many places unchallenged. He said the temperance
and moial reform committee was now
at work rn foi ty-nine separate and
dlstinit problems besides endeavoring
to reach industtial and economic conditions. I'e spent a good deal of tlmo
on :ve co~_ '{'.lon of the Indians, n;
w��<���� ftjj^j depravity among them.
NARROW- ESCAPE,
More disclosures are expected within the next few days in connection
with the Investigation made recently
by customs officials at White Rock
into the manner in which fishermen of
this vicinity have been found trading
with American canneries without reporting same to the Canadian autbori-
ties, lt appears that the matter has
been watched by the customs men
for several months, but until now they
have been unable to lay their hands
on anyone in the deal.
During American investigations It
was found necessary to seize the
books of the Polna Roberts cannery
with the lesult that entri<;3 made in
ihe same disclosed the names of a
number of Canadian consigneis. This
list was forwarded to Ottawa and
later senl to the local customs office
where It assisted the officials in the
investigation being made on this side
of the line. Foreign evidence, however, is dlfficultto secure a conviction with, and it was found easier to
approach directly one fisherman about
the deal who, finding himself liable to
prosecution, readily gave out a number of names of other fishermen who
ply their tiade between the two
countries. WhiTe the American authorities are naturally out after the
duty fees which amount to about one
cent a pound, the Canadian officials
ai'e most anxious to enforce the rule
of compelling the vessel owners to re-
"ort at the nearest custom station befoie going over to the l'nited States
file of the boundary, as they claim,
they have no means of checking unless they ins;eet the materia! and
apparatus on the boats before goin.
over. If tliey do not do this, a captain of a boat might easily change
Ms engine, purchase new sails or
(,u-olii'o across ihe line, and come
fi-ro-s wil bout laying the duty to the
tOse of merchants on t'.ris side of the
line.
Several of tbe fishermen who?e
peiwla lave been selred have been
in this City to Inter, !?<������ Mr. ,T. P.
Taylor, M.P., and he bas advised
tht in to nut uii tins seuu-.ity jq<juire.l
BO 4lt��t. th��y mav continue ama *m\*L
:: ***t trr.de and In tlte metntlrae he
������vin ta'���e *he mst'er ui> with thc au-
th oil ties nt Ottawa.
Jh* ^merlcnn inquiry was stated
some little Pjo by the customs o:Ti-
rials receiving iii.''"'mati'Tl that r
fishing schqoner, Isaded at the NlM*
ir.ek! ile: ou the Caaadten side, hart
discharged lis rargo St thn Wharf of
Messis. George and ti&rtOr, canners
of Folnt Itobfeils> without paying the
duty whic'i amounted in this case to
$1700. Finding that this was not the
only enre of evading the law, the
American officials calle I In thc services of a secret service man witii
tbe result that Messrs. George ��nd
B;n ter were compelled to pay Into
the l'nited States treasury sums totalling $10,700.
HIGHLANDERS BAND
IN MARTIAL MUSIC
When the Shnley Apartments Burn
Down at Early Hsur, .
Some thirty persons WM occupy
the Stanley apaitments al >hfc foot, of
Twelfth Blrcet-, .yfcsterekjf Viad a nar
row escape with 'tiieVt lives. A flre
which oiigiWit*d ** the rear of the
building was *i'6t discovered until the
whole of "tl* gio ind iioor was In
flames. This happened about 3 o'clock
in the morning, while the roomers
we:e ;all asleep and many of them
had perforce to male the stieet with
little on them but their night clothing. The fire broke out ln the cafe
on thr ground floor and sprea:! to
the confectionary store In the same
building. Chief Watson and the fite-
men f.om stations No. 1 and No. 2
were soon on the s;ot and quenched
the blaic, but not until practically the
whole building had been gutted. It
is estimated that about $3000 damage
was done to the building, which is
owned by a Chinaman.
The building was fully covered by
Insurance.
JUDGE DISCHARGES JUROR
A8 UNFIT PERSON
In the case of tampering with the
Jury, which wos alleged at the opening of the court on Thursday morning,
A. L. Elckhoff was discharged froni
the Jmy and fined hls Jury wages Injustice Clement. Tho charge came up
at the opening of the court yesterday
morning. ' Ills lordship also told the
man that he was un unfit lierson to
'be on a Jury. The other cases were
not considered.
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NOMINATE SOCIALIST
FOR PRESIDENCY
Indlnnapo'ls, Ind., May 17.���
Fugene Victor Debs, of Terre
Haute, Ind., wbb nominated
late today aB a candidate far
the presidency of the United
States by the national Socialist convention.
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Spirited Music, But Small Audience���
Boy Scouts In Attendance���
Songs and Solos.
"A prophet ia not without honor
save ln his own country." It cannot
be said that the visit of the 72nd
Highlanders band was unheralded.
For days previous the passer by
might iearn that this excellent band
was honoring Westminster with ��
visit, and yet, It has again to be re
corded that Uie attendance at the
concert was very discouraging. The
Boy Scouts were there, some of the
offlcetB and men of the local mllltla
and of the 72nd also were there, and
a sprinkling of the townsfolk.
When the famous 4&th Highlanders
eame to the Vancouver apple show
some little time back, oue could not
get a seat on the interurban cars.
The band which vl3lted Westminster
laBt night was in every way as excellent a musical aggregation as the
Toronto band, and was directed in a
most capable manner by Mr. Henry
Slatter, a b: other of tne bandmaster
of the 4Sth Highlanders.
And yet people did not go.
For those who were present thei*
was an evening of the most enjoyable
nature. With thirty-nve instruments
blending into one harmonious whole,
with cornet and pipe rendering Hems
respectively, and with song, * concert
deserving of its title Of "Grand Military'1 waa produced.
There wns a storm of applause
when the curtain rose���somewhat late
it must be admitted���nnd disclosed
the Highlanders in all their bravery,
and from then on, there wae not a
dull moment. The "MaoTe Leaf" began the program and then came a
pleasing medley called the "Bonnie
Brier Bush." Mr. E. Reynolds sang
Kipling's poem of "Danny Deever"
set to music, and "Dritik to Me Only"
as mi encore.
A sight for all the kiddies in town
Great Northern Must Employ
Canadians on This Side
of Line.
Dominion Government Had to Step in
to Settle Question���Trouble
Avoided.
Winnipeg, May 17.���Canadian Nor-
them crews are today opeiatlng the
trains of the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific railways between
Winnipeg and Emerson, the same as
before May l, when lhe American
companies took over the trains themselves. Tlie first train to arrive in
the city with a Canadian crew was
the Ntrthew Pacific last night, and
from then on all trains are being
handled b.v the C. N. R. trainmen.
Thus the agitation by the Canadian
train crews against the employment
of American crews on this side of the
line has ended in a victory for the
local men. The issue was in doubt
for some time and it looked as if
there would be ttouble of a serious
nature. The provincial government
.could not settle the question, but the
Dominion government stepped in and
issued an order that no American
crews be employed on the trains
operating on this side of the international boundarv. This finally settled
the question.
KEEPER DIES
AT VICTORIA
NORWAY'S SONS
CELEBRATE DAY
Mayor Lee Welcomes Them to City���
Lodge Varden  Stages National
Fur.ction.
Well Known Engineer Passed Away at 7.30 O'clock
Last Night.
Long and Distinguished Career���Connected with Building of C. P. R.
and Vancouver Waterworks.
WILL BEGIN WORK
ON VANCOUVER ROAD
Victoria, May 17.���Mr. George A
Keefer, resident engineer of the Do- Burnaby
minion department of public works
New Westminster, died at 7:30 this
evening at his lesidence here. He
was attended by Dr. Harrington and
Dr. Holden. A clot of blood on the
brain  was the cause of death.
Mr. Keefer was brought home on
Saturday after a seizure on Thursday
at New Westminster. He leaves a
widow, who Is the daughter of the
late Sheriff MacMartln, of Perth, Ont.;
a daughter, who is tbe wlte of Captain
Sankey, of the Royal Engineers, now
Stationed at Aldershot. and two sons.
iMr. H. C. Keefer. barrister, of Eberts,
and Mr. T. W. Keefer, of the Victoria
branch of the Bank of Montreal.
The funeral will take place on Monday morning.
History of His Life.
George Ale.'.ander Keefer was born
at Cornwall. Out., September 10, IStJfi.
end was thus in his 7fith year. He
was educated at St. Catherine's
academy, and his first work was in
connection wiih the survey anl location of the Grand Trunk railway from
Montreal to Cornwall, and that of the
Vaudreuil and Ottawa railway.
1853-57. He was thus identified with
the earliest i ailroad building work in
Canada, and was connected with the
following enterprises: in the architect's office Victorii bridge. Point St.
Charles, Montrea!. 18S7-1865; hydro
graphical s.urvev of tbe Illinois river
fiom Lake Michigan to tbe Mississippi
river and const ruction of lock unde;
DUtel States engineers; construction
of lock and dim at Henry, Illinois,
under ihe State of Blinds. IS'Ij-1157-:
chief eiifine^r   Belleville   and   Grand
't       ,,      '-. ,.     ���   ' . ,,   Junction  ;md    BeilevMe    and    North
Norwegians throughout    the    world   Hastings railway. 1572-1876: Dominion
V����rilw      c��lm>r����,��a      tl,��   iudepen.l- 1 government, survey.. Canadian  Pacllic
en-jc of  their country  from Denmartt, 1 rail-way,   Roc-.ky   mount Ains.   trom   ttifc
which took place In 1814. Lodge Varden, L^yal Sons of Norway, of this
��-lty, Joined In the celebration, the
irge BttfflnWy l00m jn gt. Patrick's
hij] being well filled when Ch&irmau
Hans Progslth introduced Mayor Lee,
who delivered an adjress of welcome.
The chairman m his opening re
marks, sro'^tf of the earnest en
deavors of the people from the north
land, <o become and live as desirable
���citizens. Mayor Lee assured the
gathering that it was a delight to him
to help in a small way, the celebration of this great day, on which some
98 years ago, Norway obtained what
Canada has enjoyed these hundreds
or years, a constitution by the people and for the people. The sons of
Norway were to be congratulated, and
in his official capacity as mayor he
was only too glad to welcome to this
city the hardy men and women of
Norway. A man who comes to another
country, and loses his love for and
repudiates his native lard Is not
worthy of becoming a good citizen.
'Tiecause you celebrate this great
day of your country it does not mean
you are violating your citizenship in
this fair Iand of ours."
The people of New Westminster,
said the mayor, felt proud of Its quota
of citizens who hail from the land of
the midnight sun.
Mayor Lee was given three hearty
cheers at the end of his speech. A
very able address was that of Mr.
Hans Bugge, of Bellingham, Wash.,
who 13 the chief otaanizer for the
order on the Pacific coast. A touch
of national color was lent to the affair by the decorating of tho platform
with the flag of Norway, the Union
Jack ahd the Canadian ensign. Here
and there among lhe audience could
be seen bonny faced w?roen garbed lr,
the national colo;s, the" scarlet and
white blouse, blue dress nnd headgear to match. The Norwegian
National Anthem and the Maple Leaf
Forever were sung with giKto. Speech-
making and a muBical program were
carried out, and although many miles
awav from their native shores, those
present entered Into the proceeding*
with a heartiness that bespoke much
for their loyalty to their old hbihes.
Yellowhead  Pass  westward-,   nnal  lo
cation and construction of the C. P.
't, thlC'.1^1 the Fr.iser river canyons;
construction Vneton Par to Lytton, B.
C, 1876-18SS.
Instated Vancouver Waterworks.
Mr. Keefer was Dominion govern
ment inspector for Bi ltish Columbia
during 188K-7. and from 1S87-1889 was
in private practice, during which timf
he designed and installed the Vancouver waterworks, bringing the
water of the Capilano river from the
mountains on the noith side of Burrard inlet by means of submerged
pipes over to the city. Since May,
1900, he held tbe position of resident
engineer of Dominion public works in
British Columbia.
When the Russian engineers examined the C. P. R. previous to beginning the construction of the Trans-
Siberian railroad, they offered a Cana-
Hon. Thomas Taylor Make�� This Announcement to Joint Conference-
Reeve Weart Magnanimous.
Work on the Vancouver-Westminster road will be started this summer.
This was given out at a meeting held
In Vancouver yesterday when representatives fiom Burnaby, South Van
couver, Vancouver and this city discussed the scheme with lion, Thomas
Taylor, minister of works. The meeting was piesided over by Major Kind
lay, of Vancouver, and among those
who part icl; ated were Keeve Weart,
Keeve Kerr, South Vaneouver; Aldermen Crowe, Baxter and
Williamson, of Vancouver; , and Mr.
W. J. Kerr, of this city, lepresenting
the Canadian Highway association.
Reeve weatt, speaking for Buinaby,
said he was prepared to waive all
rights of having the work started Id
Buinaby, as the section running from
South Vancouver to the Westminster
limits was In good condition and
would readily stand until the other
lortion of the road was completed.
His action sati tiled the others present
and Minister Taylor personally thanked the reeve for his action, promising
that Burnaby's share of the road
would receive every consideration
next year.
The seven miles of road running
through Soutli Vancouver and Burnaby are estimated to cost in the
neighborhood of 1600,000. Mr. Taylor,
while not promising anything definite
stated to tliose present that he felt
Eure the provincial government would
assist in the work by contributing one
half the cost of the work, the re
mainins $250 000 beins divided between Burnaby and South Vancouver.
Toe el'foits of Vancouver in seeking
government aid for their pottion of
the highway have been in vain, Mr.
Taylor telling ihem that aid to city
municipalities would not be considered as there aie miles of roads
throughout the province that have no
been touched at all, and all the money
is needed to forter the rondbuildin
outside the c-itiej. wliich sbo.ild "be
a.ile tn lafce care cf themselves.
Engineer McPherson, of Buinaby
anH Engineer Clements, of South Vancouver, later discussed the details o.'
tlie work with the minister, and 11
was de-.-Wed t.o start work immediately  trom Knjght road to Central Park.
TROUBLE BREWS
AMONG DOCTORS
Toronto     Medicos     Would
Curb Powers of Ontario
Council
Sir   Donald   8tung   for   Operatii
Thought Doctors Should Be
Opened Too.
Toronto, May 17.���There is a movement on hy certain medical men im
Toronto to curb the powers of then
Ontario medico] council which now
has full power to decide whether a
man shall practise in Ontario or not_
by setting an examination in addition
to that -it the University Medical
school. The question of evaininatlow
will alf-o be considered at the annual
meeting of the council. Fees seem to-
be regarded according to the puree
of a patient, an instance is a bill for
$5000 to Sir Donald Mann for an
operation for gall stones. The sufferer in this case thought that doctors needed to be opened worse thau
he did.
The  newer men  in  tbe  profession
think the councli needs reorganizing,
and some of the old    heade    shaken
out.    Some opposition Is  also to Ite
made to the representation of osteopathy in the council under the recently revised Medical act.    Three    men
are   to   be   appointed   to   form the
nucleus of a Dominion medical coun-
<dl as proposed under   the    Roddick
bill.    One of these will be from older-
Canada, and two from the Northwest
Dr.     Roddick.    Montreal,    and    Dr.
Jamieson.  M.P.-P.,  chairman    of    the-
medical committee    of   the    Ontario
legislature,  are   mentioned   for    Ahe
fiist position.
NORTH BURNABY
MAV INCORPORAIF
Thi:
McWAIERS CASE
BRAGS SLOWLY ON
Solution of Transportation Problem Dlacuaaed at Ratepayer**
Association Meeting-
Mrs.   McWaters    on    Stand���Positive
Her Husband Sent Letters-
lieved Her Guilty.
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Mrs.    McWaters    took    the    stand
when    the   court   opened   yesterday
afternoon end testified as to writing
and her actions last summer.   Several
dian  syndicate  the  contract  for  the I pieces of paper which she used    as
terminal of the road at Vladivostock
at a price wbich Induced thc syndicate to send over Mr. Keefer to report upon the matter.
He was a councillor of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, and
of the Ameiican Society of Civil Engineers, and also of the English Institute of Civil Engineers. He was
also a member of the National Geographical Society of Washington, D.
C.j and held for several years a commission In the volunteer mllltla.
Mr. Keefer was a member of the
Union club, of Victoria, and of the
Westminster club. He was very fond
of yachting, shooting, fishing, and all
outdoor sports and his familiar figure
will be much missed ln this city ln
the interest of which, especially
where the'Fraser river was affected,
he took ��� the deepest Interest, apart
from his official connection therewith.
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MANUFACTURE   CAR   FENDERS.
New Company Formed to Exploit
Local  Invention.
Some local men have organized a
new Industry for Westminster. This
company Is called the Paciflc Car
Pender company, and will exploit an
Invention by Robert Pogue, of a car
fender which, it Is claimed, is far
superior to any in use on this coast
at the oresent time.
It will be remembered th��t trials
with It were made recently on a B.
C. E. R. car which were said to be
very satisfactory. The company will
start the manufacture of the fenders
in Westminster immediately.
Those Interested are Frank B.
Ennls. salesman and promoter; E. J.
Poughen, secretary-treasurer; John
Montgomery, James Brooks and O. J.
Weller.
LET SCHOOL CONTRACT FOR
TWELVE THOU8AND DOLLARS
Edmonds, M*y 17.���The new school
contract for Alta Vista has been
awarded Id W. B. Kerr, of East Burna-
byv Thte Kiew building is to be a four
rowmed structure and is to cost about
$V2,000. At the present time, the
Alta VlBta dlBtrict is without any
school accommodation whatever and
it has been a hardship on the children to tramp tbe distance to the
Royal Oak school. The grounds recently purchased by the school board
cover an area of three acres, located
on the Royal Oak at the corner of
Rumble and Nelson roads.
BUILDING PERMIT8 REACH
RESPECTABLE TOTAL
Building rermlts tor .the week Issued up' till last . ht numbered
seven, and amounted In value to $24.-
150. They Include three new residences and yesterday a permit was
taken out by St. Mary's hospital for
the erection of e. three storey addition 35 by 48 feet ln .measurement, to
the present hoar ital buildings. The
work will cost $16,000. Mr. Robert
F. Tegen, of Vancouver is the architect, and Mr. Joseph Le Brun the
builder.*"
covers for Jelly jara and had written
on, she testified had had additional
words added by someone else. As to
various societies mentioned she said
that she knew nothing about them
and belonged to no society. The bottle
that was put In as an exhibit the day
before and had contained acid she remembered. ��$he said that she had
bought it because her husband had a
boil. She thought a little of the acid
remained wben she left him. She
also knew nothing of the assaults alleged to have taken place on her husband on July 2 ,und again on the
evening of July 4,
On cross examination she said that
she was quite positive that her husband wrote the letters. Also that
when she left him she took only what
belonged to her, and later she sent
some things back in hopes that he
would let. her alone. Asked when she
lived with Mr. Blssett, she said from
June 29 to July 3. Sbe was also questioned as to being sick on account of
her husband's ill-t.eatment and also
if she knew that certain persons
wero 6ent by her husband to Induce
her to return to him.
Mr. J. D. Kennedy testified that he
was the woman's lawyer and that
she pleaded guilty at his suggestion.
He said that he at that time believed
her guilty, although he had not heard
much of the evidence. She did not
admit that she was guilty. He explained to her that she would get off
on suspended sentence. He also said
that he was doing it for nothing and
difr not want to bother with lt further, considering It as trivial and
childish. It was the second day of
the trial that she pleaded guilty.
When the case adjourned at 4:45
Mr. Edward Sutherland, formerly
teller ln the Bank of Montreal, was in
the witness box explaining to tbe
-Jury the slmiloritles ln handwrltlne.
The court vas adjourned until 12
o'clock Monday.
Edracnds, May 17.���Incorporation
as a city was suggested as a means:
of eettllng the transportation problem,.
at a meeting of the North Burnaby
Ratepayers' association held last
evening.
This matter was Drought up by Mr. .
W. J. Holden, who attended a recent.
meeting of the  Burnaby council.and
also waited cn Mr. Sptrilhg, of tbe B-
C. E. R., but had falted' to eet    any ���
results   which  would  be satisfactory.
The B. C. Electric, be 3ald, were not i
prepared to lay any more tracks within the municipality until    the   franchise    suit    was    settled.    Secession
from the rest of the district would be
a great expense and flrst bad ta have
the  endorsement  of  the council.    A
remedy for thh�� would be to Incorporate the district of North Burnaby. It:
was finally decided to postpone mat-'
ters until a larger gathering was present.
A Correction.
Albert Elckhoff. a prominent real
estate man in this city, ls not concerned In anv way with the question
of Jurors alleged to have been tampered with in tbe assise court. His
name was l*"oirectly connected with
this matter throueh an error In yesterday's Issue of this par er.
Accidental Death.
A  verdict of accidental death
given by the coroner's Jury which tatf
yesterday afternoon  to inquire    into
the circumstances of   the   death   et
George Eliiot, au Indian of about   40 -
years of age, who was found on Thursday evening lying on the C.    P.   R...
tracks with both feet torn off.    Ne*
blame was attached to anyone and It
was stated that the point 100 yards
wost of the Fraser bridge where -tbo
man was found was very dark), snd it
would  be Impossible to see anyone-
there.    The body will be eent   front
Murchie's parlors on Sunday for Ish
terment at Keatsey, near Port Haas-
mond, where the deceased had   Ids
home.
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SPEAKER OF HOUSE
THIRD COMMISSIONER
The third member of the
commission to govern tbe Bs-
crosee game between Vwcow-
ver and tbe Salmon Bellies
was secured yesterday fir tbe
person of Mr. D. EbertB,
Speaker of the provincial
house ln Victoria. Mr. Eberte.
together with Dr. C. B..
Doherty, of thiB city, and Mr.
Harry Senkler, of Vancouver,
will form the first commission
to govern professional lacrosse
in any league of the Dominion.
Mr. Fred J. Lynch wae present at the meeting last evening, and following the latest
appointment, the question of
leferees was discussed. It te'
understood that one of Ol*
best officials whe' has ever
handled the-whistle, and
who meets with approval
both teams ill the league, haa >
been secured fox the opening
game.
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tor less" than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per Insertion.
TO RENT.
| FOR RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE.
Apply owner, 464 Dixon street, off
Harvey,  Sapperton.      l
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���A GOOD MAN FOR COM-
mercial work. Long Job, good pay
to right party. N'o dark room work.
Apply Monday, Columbia Photo' &
Supply Co., f>7 McKenzie stroet.
TO RENT���FURNISHED nOARDING
house.   Address Box 7fi5 Citv.
TO RENT���ROOM, HOARD
tired.   1020 Third avenue.
IF   DE
TO RENT���TWO SUITES OF PDRN-
ished housekeeping rooms on the
coiner of Agnes and Dufferin. Telephone L 888.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposite Dominion Trust
block.    Apply H. P.  VKlal & Co.
WANTED���ROOM AND BOARD IN
private home for man and wife,
near business section. Apply Hox
(IS News.
WANTED���AT ONCE. YOUNG MAN
of good address, about IS years of
age, for financial institution. Apply
in own handwriting to Post Office
Hox C.
WANTED���GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
and cooking. Apply 409 Queens
avenue.
WANTED���GIRL
City Laundry.
AT   THE    ROYAL
WANTED SIX OR SEVEN-ROOM
house, modern) on large lot, nenr
carline. Owners only apply to .1. W.
McCallum, 13 Westminster Trust
Block.   Phone 434.
WANTED ��� BOOKKEEPER, THOR-
oughly experienced, wants position.
Highest references. Address Box CD,
News office.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping    rooms    at    224    Seventh
Street.
FOR RENT���DARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
WANTED���8 OR 10 CARPENTERS.
$4.25 for eight hours. Call at 710
Fifth street.
WANTED���CARPENTERS AT ONCE,
union scale. Cull at Huh Cigar
Store.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   3G Hastings street. \
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME-
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
WANTED  ��� A ROOM  WITH  THE
privilege of practising on the piano
��� one hour evenings, by plain  work-
in? man.    Please  state  terms.    Address  Box 77,  Dally News office.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
CLOSE IN DOUBLE CORNER���On
Sixtli street, 132 feet frontage:
good husiness property; all cleared.
This property is 102 feet deep, tc
lane. Price $9500; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months. N'o.
195.
IN     BURNABY,     NEAR     EDMONDS
STATION���Four pood  lots facing on
the car line;  all   cleared   and   in
grass.   These are a snap at $3600;
one-quarter cash, balance t>, 12 and
18  months.    N'o. 199.
A BURNABY CORNER���At the corner of Sixth avenue and Fourth
street. Price $1400; one-quartet
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 42.
BIG LOT ON LONDON STREET���
Size 50x132. Price $900; one-third
cash, balance C, 12 and 18 months
N'o. 133.
GOOD SEVENTH AVENUE LOT���
Si:x> 52x122 to lane; all cleared.
Price $1100; one-thir.l cash, balance
(i,  12  and  IS  inonilis.    No.  231.
SIX ROOMED COTTAGE, THIRD
AVENUE���Size of lot 49x110 feet.
Price $2800: one-third cash, balance
ti, 12 and 18 months.    No. 250.
MARKET
REPORT
IV INTED ��� A WAITRESS. APPLY
Bohemias cafe, opposite C. P. H.
depot.
FOR SALE
FOU SALE���FEW LOTS FACING ON
Craig street, close to Burnaby lAke
line. Mostly cleared. Prices rea
sonable. Call 5<;9 Columhla street
after fi p.m., or phone L84S.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
SINGING TEACHER.
AVcnte 1���Teacher for singing in the
New Wes. mi'ister schools, duties to
commence September 1. Applications
Btntlng qualifications and salary required to reach the secretary's office
not later than noon of June 30.
L.  AVORY  WHITE,
Secretary  Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
TEACHERS   WANTED.
Wanted. Teachers for all grades in
Public schools, Including Principals.
Applicants are requested to write stating qualifications and salary required
and must he prepared to undergo an
examination by the School Medical
Officer if repined. Applications to
reach the Secretary's ollice by noon
of Thursday, May 23rd.
L. AVORY WHITE.
Secretary, Board rf School Trustees.
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE
LOTS ON   EWEN   AVENUE   CAR
LINE OR INSIDE.
SEE   OUR   LIST
SIX ROOMED MODERN COTTAGE
���In the west end, corner of Edinburgh and Tenth streets. Ask us
���the price of this.   No. ,'199.
SJ4 ACRES IN BURNABY���Corner of
Buller and Keith's roads. This Is
a snap at $1400 per acre. The
terms are one-quarter cnsh, balance
e, 12, 18 and 24 months. Thla property would make a dandy subdivision.   No. 2.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd,
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
There was a fair average market
yesteiday, although the attendance of
the farming community was not very
large owing to the weather, which Is
now all that could bo desired for seeding operations on the land.
The poultry supply was very large,
and the demand for the older birds
slackened o!T somewhat as is usually
lhe case at this time of the year. The
young biros, chickens anu uucks arc
now taking the place of their eldeis
whose I'rice came down a little.
Demand in the egg line equalled the
Bupply which was good, and prices
stiffened to 2 cents higher. The supply of butter is steadily increasing
Pork and veal were well represented,
nn I mutton and hoof were sent In in
fair Quantities. Poln.toes continue to
arrive plentifully, their price still
rules faiily even, but the demand is
a shade weaker than lt was.
There are still no shrubs and small
trees on the market, but there was a
large variety of cut and pot flowers,
while celery, cabbage, toma.to and
cauliflower plants were there in abundance.
The oolichans are about   over, but
there  was plenty of spring    salmon,
sturgeon, cod and  halibut  along the
flsh  stalls.
The prices follow:
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack   $1.26
Carrots, per sack    75c
Parsnips, per sack   $1.00
Turnips, per sack   fiOe to 75c
Potatoes, per ton  $33 to $35
Vegetables, Retail.
Beets, per bunch  5c
Onions, per lb 8c
Potatoes, per sack    $2
Carrots, per bunch  ��c
Cabbage, per lb 3c
Turnips, each    5c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen   30c I
Eggs, retail, i er dozen 35c
Butter,  retail,  per  Ib    35c to -10c
Honey, per comb    25c
Fisn.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per lb.  15c
(2 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders,  per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per lb 15^
Blue cod, per lb 10c
Halibut,  per  lb 10c
Steelhead, per lb 15c
Smelts   2 lbs. for 25c
Retail  Meats.
Beef, best rib roast3  15c to 1>ic
Beef,  loin    lsc to 22c
Beef, round steak IS,
Boiling beef     10c to 14c
Veal    16c  to  20ej
Pork      iRe to 20c I
Sugar cured bacon   _:ttc
Mutton      12c to20e
Dressed chicken, per Ib 25c
Wholesale Meats
Portland, and applies to the other
territory as well. We are seeking to
cut down our expenses by adopting a
similar policy for these various companies.
"It is true that Mr. Hennlngsen has
stock in each concern represented,
but he does not control*all of thein.
He docs not control our Seattle company, although he has stock in It.
The Klock Produce Company does not
own stock in all of the companies in
the alliance.
"There will be plenty of competition in the business. In Seattle, for
Ijtti&ance, ours is thc only company
Interested in the agreement."
Tlie combination of the Klock Produce Company, of Portland, and the
Hazchvood  Company, of Portland.
FROM B.C. TO ENGLAND
THEY   WANT   GIN   PILLS
NEW Whstminstkr, B.C.,
532, 12th Sr. Nov. 3rd, 1910.
"I have suffered from Lumbago in
the back���also from Rheumatism in the
whole of my body. I took your GIN
PILLS and they have cured me. My
sister in England states she is keeping
her bed through Sciatica and Rheumatism���also hear that many others in the
same neighborhood are suffering from
the same trouble.
CATSPAWf
RUBBER
HEELS
Tread softly -
Step safeiy.
CATS RAW RUBBER SOLES
Embody fhe Defeated features
of Cafe Paw Heels.     ���0
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot 65, Grouo Two (2), New Westminster  District.
A certificate of indefeasible Title to
the above property will bo issued    to
Alexander Cruickshank   on the    30th
day of June. 1912, unless In the meantime a valid    objection ��� thereto    bo
made to me ln writing by a person oi'
persons claiming an estate or Interest
therein, or In any part thereof.
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Wes! minster, B. C, May 13, 1012.
I am writing to her asking her to try
GIN PILLS and also to let others know
about them. I enclose one dollar and
ask you to send to her address as many
as you can for the money, and have
asked my sister, not only to try them
herself but distribute them, and if
GIN PILLS are not kept by the
chemist in the neigborhood, to let him
know and ask him to get a supply.
Please semi the pills to the enclosed
address in Kent, England."
W. IC. BRENCHI.ICV.
GIN PILLS are growing great by the
cures thev make. Their world-wide reputation is the result of their giving
results in all cases of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Kidney and Bladder
Troubles. 50c. a box, 6 for J2.50.
Sample free if you wriie National Drug
& Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
DeptBC,   Toronto.
Take MANGA-TONR BLOOD AND
NERVE TABLETS to purify the blood
and build up the system. 50c. a box.   103
Tho person or persons having in
tlieir custody or possession tbe following Title Deeds relating to th0 said
property are reciuestel to deliver the
same to the undersigned,
Deed, dated. Sth .Inly, 1904, from
tho British Columbia Corporation,
Limited, (Foreign), to Alexander
Cruickshank, of Lot 65, Group Two
(2), New Westminster Dint!let.
WHITKSIDK & KDMONDS,
i-'o!ici:ors  for  Applicant.
THEATRE
3 DAVS ONLY
STARTIING
MONDAY
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
in th<
Be Lot 1 of Lot !'. Blocl
City of New Westminster:
Whereas  proof  o:'  tbe  loss of Certificate  of Title  Number   10432A,   issued    In   the    name    of  Christopher
Brown,  has  been   flled  in  this o:Tice.
Notice is heieby then that I Bhall.
Veal,  large   9c to 10c ! at the expiration  of one menth  from
Veal,   small    12c  lo  13c I the date of the first publication here-
Beef, front quarter    9 to 10c | of, in a dailv newspaper published in
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Storm Sewers.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
Sto: in Sewers to be constructed under four ill different contracts, In
the following areas:
Area  1 ���First and  Second  Streets.
Area 2���Fourth Street.
Area P.���Fifth St reft.
Area 4���Sixth Stieet.
Plans, specifications and furtliei
information can be obtained in the
office of the City Knzineer.
Tenders to be delivered to the un-
dersi^.c.l not later than 5 o'clock cn
the 27th day of May, 1912, accompanied by a check for 5 per cent, of
the amount of tender.
Tlie lowest tender not necessarilT
accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Kail, May 18, 1912.
to  lV-jf
Beef. hliu\ quarter   He to 1~
Spring lamb   12c to 13c
Mutton       Hie to lJU.c
Porlc  1
Poultry.
r,ee:=e, live, each   $1.50 to $2
Hens, Btnall, dozen $0 tn ST "
Hens, small, retail  $7 to If
Hens, large, retail $K to |H
Broilers, dozen $4 to $5
Chickens, dozen    $5 to $7
Chickens, dressed per Ib 2fi
Ducks, dozen   $8 to $10
the City of New  Westminster, issue
duplicate ol  the  slid  Certificate,  un-
lpss In ti,t. 1 eantline valid objection
be made to ;:.,. in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
Dl trict Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry Ofi'ice, New   West-
minsti r, is, c.,  May  ti, 1912.
.WANTED.
Applications for the position of
assistant to the Honorary Secretin;,
of the Ne.v Westminster Progressive
Association, Aprllcallon? statin;;
qualifications and salary required to
reach the undersigned at (i-'.K Columbia st:eet not later than nocn of
Tuesday, the 21st of May. Publicity
man pre fen ed.
T. D. SHKRU1FF,
Honorary Secretary,
EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
Furnished for attractive enterprises
In all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water an.1
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
Mining. Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond. Debenture and Stock Issues
Fnderwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and investment.
Financial Undertakings of all sorts
handled.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted fo.-
execution in any European country.
Correspondence enclosing full do
tails at flrst writing Invited.
The International Bankers Alliance
14-16-18 Bloomsbury St.. London. Eng.
".  Q.  GARDINER.
A.  L.  MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOC"
Phona  661. Box  77:
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
INVESTORS'
Phene 235
INVESTMENT CO.
Office, Curtis Block
RISING SUN REALTY CO'Y
���Phone 868. Room 4, Trapp Btock.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdiv sons 89 and 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
SOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
TO RENT���Two good houses, cne on
London street, six rooms, possession June I, $25 per months; ono
houBe oa Fifth av< one, seven
rooms, modern; Immediate possession; ?.'h) per month.
HCRr-s a NIFTY BUY���Comfortable
little bome on Tenth avenue, 101
50x132, lane al re.-ir. All !i< aullfully
cleared; planted 0 it In 1 ill bearing
strawberries and other small fruits.
House will icn; for $14 ������! month
Three minutes ftom car. Prioe
$2000; (600 cash, balance 6, 12 and
IS months.   No. 10,
HOUSE AMD LOT for $2000, five
rooms modern excepl furnace;
third cash; ii, 12 and IK nionlhs for
balance,   No. .14.
ALL MODERN BUNGALOW, $3550.
On Dublin street; well located;
third ca?h;  6, 1-' months.    No. IS.
SEVENTH AVENUE ��� Lot between
Becond and Fourth streets on south
side; $1500, Uilid cash; terms.
No. 32.
ON EIGHTH AVENUE���Large build-
in?; lot, lane at rear, $515; terms.
No. 0.
HZNRY STREET, EDMONDS���Seven
lots 50x11!), for $625 each. These
are worth looking into.    No. 8.
CHOICE BUILDING LOT. cor;.��r pt
Patrick's and Second stieet, $6000;
size  132x120.    No.  44.
Flre,   Accident,   Employees' Liability,
Auto,  Plate  Glass  Insurance.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 295 Office, Curtis Block
BUTTER    AND    EGG    MERGER..
Association Formed Affecting Several
Millions   Invested.
Seattle, May 17.��� An association of
butter and egg Interests covering the
entire territory from St. Paul to the
Pacific coast nnd Involving a total In-'
vestment of several    million   dollars'
ha.s been perfected. 1
II. L. Klock, president of the Klock j
Produce Company, of this city, said!
last night that the effect, of the ar-i
rangement would not he to produce a]
butter and egg trust, for, he said, the!
various companies involved are inde-j
pendently owned, but it will bring;
aboul a more economical handling ofi
business between the Interested com-j
panics. 1
A significant fact, in the opinion of!
commission men, is, that A. P. Hen-i
nlngsen, the    Butte butter and   egg I
king, owns stock in all of the companies   in the   combination   and   con?
trols a number of them.
t'tu* of the last Important steps In
thla association or Interests is the
mer?lns of Hie Klock Proline Company, or Portland, with the Hazel-
'������' 0 I I 01 rnny, of that citv. a cor-
i oration controlli d by Mr. Hennlngsen. The new corporation, says Mr.
Klock, v. i 1 have a capitalization of
aboul $100,000.
The butter ami egg corporations
thai will have common interest in the
now business agreement are orerat-
Ins i'i Seattle, Butte, Spokane, Portland, San Francisco, Salt Luke, Boise,
Idaho, MInot, S. D., Keno. Nev., and
Pendleton, Or. small concerns in
every western state are abo lucliid-
ed.
"Tho effect 0' fii.s consolidation nf
Interests will be neither to Increase
nor lower the price of butter and
eggs," said Mr. KloC* laat night,
"It ls not a consolidation of capital. Kach local corporation will on-
eiitte under Its own management,
bill each corporation in the agreement will adopt a similar policy of
doing business.
"For instance, the consolidation of
our Portland compan,- with the Hazel-
wood company will hi lng about an
economy of management. There were
two separate refrigerating plants operating in Portland. Each had its
own big pay roll. One plant will
serve t'ie consolidated companies,
That. aiOne will save us $2600 a
month.
"The fact of the mal ter is that, com-
I et Ition in the butter and egg business bus been very stiff. Business
has been done on small margins.
'Dial   Is  true of Seattle    as well  as
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt la tbe stuff that tbe foun
Nations of wealth and happiness are buUt of
Money may be need ln two ways; to   spend   lor    sfcat   Is
needed now aud to Invest for what shall be needed la she fu
ture.   Money cannot be Invested amtil \* u f,rtt save*.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A ��AV4N����-ACCOU��r.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, ��2,000.000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Managsr D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager!
BRUSH UP !
Everybody needs at least ONE
variety, prices from 20c to 75c.
WHISKS
Whisk
with solid ebony handles,
with  braided straw handles,
with wire wound handles,
with nickel silver handles.
RYALL
DRUGGIST
OPTICIAN
and
���PHONE 57
Feature Supreme
Three
Musical
Millers
Introducing
Adelbert Miller
The World's Most
Wonderful One-
Armed Musician,
who plays the highest and the lowest
notes ever produc-
on a CORNET, as
well as playing a
Saxaphone and a
Piccolo with one
hand.
PROF.
WARREN
WOODSON
The Man who can
Converse with
Birds in their language. An interesting and instructive performance.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
������������I
AVIS
The Man Who Saves You Money
535 FRONT STREET
Out Of The High Rental District
Has just received three carloads of high class furniture from tho
Kast, and owing to the limited space of store room, the whole will
be sold at exceptionally low prices.
We give you special bargains for Friday and Saturday In Soli.l
Ook Dining Tables nnd Chairs, Buffets, Sideboards, Mahogany Parlor
Sets, etc., etc.
Just Walk a Block and Save Dollars
MARVEL
DUO
Hand-to-hand Balancing and Special
Posing. Two of
the most perfect
athletes on the
vaudeville stage.
NEW PHOTO PLAYS
**jBm-,-n-iTLVLMU��trrB7rx-nnBi��i
j.ml 'i ������.wpm ���������Ji-Ja;
ai p���a
3-SHOWS DAILY-3
3:00���7:15���3:00.
10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
l' ^Vt���'*"���**'��������� .���' SATURDAY, MAV IB, "1$1&.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREB
THE OUTWARD SIGN
OF INWARD GRACE
QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
PRAISES PE-BU-HA
. 'A^jlt>'wWii
"CROSSED   SWORDS.'
MEBE
In all ages men have looke.l for a
sijn, something which will be to
them an inspiration or a reminder as
.tliey gaze upon It, Down thc long galleries of time one may see evidences
Of this craving being ministered to hy
itho gieatest minds which have appealed on this earth for a space.
The highest art, be it in music, ln
BOUlpture, in picture or ln book, has
devoted Itself to this mission, the in-
(erpietation, or "giving a sign to,
those who fain would gain a clearer
insight into those things which really
mutter, the seemingly far-off Ideals,
the strong lofty purposes which lift
man from tlie ruck of the struggle for
existence and place hlm on a for
higher plane.
The ancient Greeks worshipped the
beautiful, especially the gloty of tbe
perfect human body. The wonderful
cnrvlnf.s and statues which have come
down to us as the works of theBe ancients are still fullllling the purpose
for which they were Intended thousands of years ago, They are to him.
who will take the pains to see, just as
much a sign as they were to tlie long
dead Hellenes.
Fo, too, the ancient memorials of
races of which we jtnow nothing, won-
dioiis carvings and memorials in
stone, hidden deep In the heart cf the
South American jungle, the canvases
of tne Italian artists, tlie wealth of
poetry of the Elizabethan era, all are
eloquent sign posts pointing the path.
They are. in the grand old liturgy of
the English church, "the outward and
visible t>ipn of an inward and spiritual gia?e."
These signs, be tbey writ In stone.
In pain I or In ink, are of many forms.
If on-1 glances at those s>tant In the
motlern world of Europe, It will be
seen that in them, even as In tht
wor'; of lbe ancients, two underlylni
motives may l.e easily separated
froui tlie Others, These motives-, ar
lell: lon and love of country.
Most nations have their Valhalla
To us of the British Empire tba'
���Yalh.ila i.s on the banks of the
Thames, a river which in our owr
notthland would le too small to be
dlgnl led with a name. There standi
in ih-1 ,-,:< ther Westminster, a might;
<. f -if ol the history of the peo; li
v i o e langus e and custom i belon
t i or d ������ ad i] i ' by ab< ii one-flftl
of tiie woild. All ovi r London, in hi.
plctuie gnlleries, In |ier churches, oi
by t c statues In the sin ets, aroun
which tbe teeming crowds fo.ee,
surge, tbe Bame lecsbns aie taught
Tic ordinary man never thinks that
the o thl i) :��� l.i.e anj Infloei Ce '���<. ��� i
him, I i It U ct rtain thai the ��� I t ���
tlie Worker on his wav to the day'i
toil may for a moment resi bis Oyer
tm the ; ildcd t roFB above the dome c1
St. Paul's, glance lor a si ace at th<
OgurcH ct the grim veterans cf Ui��
("rln'.oa gun: cling their memo-. 1��1 It
Waterloo place, or, aB ho ts co. r'.o '
aloiiu tiie the parks,.may dream to-
awhl'c of the fresh countrysl le in tb<
sitht Of fircen grass and flowers. Fo:
(ity j arks and oven spaces are als'
In the category of signs, If all Lon
don v. o e to be in a thousand yean
as Babylon is today, there would ther
be for tbe icople of'the future memorials or stone, which would teach
tliem t'ie name lessons for whkh the;
Stand for us today.
The western land of Canada nn"
the cast is young ns yet. We are toe
much occupied with driving the roa"'
and Iridpln': the ford. In beglnninr
new Industrial and agricultural ente-
prlscs to be much taken with these
things which truth c for the finer sid(
of ll'e. Bul although this is true a:
a whole, vet at the fame time thej*
are encouraging indications that wc
are not as a ] 00] Ie de id to theli
value, or the cry from the pulpit-
that this is the age of materialism
would indeed, sound as a deatt
knell to C'e dreamers.
In Westminster, as In Victoria anc
V.'imoivcr, it Is gradually dawnln?
ui on the minds ot maiv that it is not
.enough to be merely p-osrerou?
Thee ne- er were trier words wrlttei
than I bore which run: "In oil time o
our wealth, Good Lord delive- us I
ll good for a city to be rich and
atronir. to have her waterways thiong-
ed with ship) ing. her marts crowded
with the products of the. globe. But,
|n our checker board cities, already,
as In Vancouver, being transformed
Into a species of draughty canyons
l,v the erertion of geometrically designed skyc apers.it is well that same
are beginning to ask. "What are we
doing to make our city a clean, whole,
some und beautiful place ln which to
live? Where are the signs to which
our fathers pointed ub?"
Tt> Influence of environment Is pe.-
hars nowhere to bo seen so vividly as
In our Hritish Columbian cities. There
Is verv little reminder In gJUTOVIn
stat-e or In picture to which the
youthful mind may consciously or u"-
ConsclOUSW turn. Churches of wood
office buildings of stone. Small bust*
of great men, medallldnB of kings and
queens upon water fountains erected
bvThlldi'en, all of which might n the
three cities be counted on the fingers
of two hands. Schools wbere no pro-
vision Is mnde for genuine Jportjn
thnt the children are forced to learn
theli fflmeB like any street arab upon
the vacant lot. Is thero -my wonder
(hm environment overshadows horeu-
Itv0 ,
,v'y _.. .*������ .nr    "We   a'e   only
Just
TW'.     '.vin   r.ume  iu   i.m.v.
remember that
even  our
the onlv  rr. .
Pire to which PrltlBh folk have ron
There a'e lands over t-e   ����*[">
whlrh we may ta>e a lesson to hen t
nnd  v'e will.     fcven  the monitor*
Deer firmer has ln his market town
n church of stone.   Go to Durban, a
eltv where the blacks outnumber the
whites, and which   Is no older th��n
Victoria, there are statues   and wwe
��� vou may sa-.   "We   a-e
he-inning..   All these tWnspveost
i.Wt)C\" They will come In t|m��
We have need  to
o-vti  vas'   dominion  1=  not
rtion of tbe British  Frv
* e
���imwuuuiw ma i�� ���a���j
parks, flowers and trees along tlie
st.eets. So. too, whe;e from the foot
of Capetown's main stroet, Vun Rle-
beck, the Dutch governor of old loots
across tbe harbor. It ia the same
in Australia, from Perth to Brisbane,
there are more evidences of the citv
beautiful tlian ure to l.e fount! In
Hritish Columbia. As u native born
Biitish Columbian said years ago In
the streets of Sydney as he looked at
the ornamental Iron poles which carried the electric tram wire, "We
haven't begun to do that yet."
Christchurch, one of the four great
cities of New Zealand, Is scarcely ou
5ears old. It Is laid out very much
on the American plan, as ls Melbourne alEo, but theie are spacious
piaying fields, art galleries and statues tn both cities which would not
shame London itself. The same is
true In many other places from Delhi
to Jamaica, and nil goes to i-.how that
If we would prove our claim to be
"the predominant partner" among; the
ohildi en of John Hull, we have work
to our hands.
How can we make a beginning tona iilb 11.e realization of a clean city,
a beautiful city, a city whose children
shall gio.v up freer from many contaminations llum tbey are at present? j
Vancouver has begun a campaign al-
rea'y for so simply a thing as tlie introduction of flowers in window
boxes along her streets; Victoria If
busy along similar lines; Westminster is cleaning up her backyards,
planting boulevards, proposing to lm-
piove her parks. Our chief citizen
has appealed for the cultivation of
gardens in this city which, more than
any of her rivals. Is a city of homes
and gardens filled with blossoming
trees. These are hvt small things,
but they are fi audit with great import in t*fut thev are the beginning
of a move towards a city which shal
stand second to none here or else-
whe'e in tee emi I'e in toint of possession of these signs of "an inward
i rue" of wbich mention nas been
made.
"A city set mon a hill cannot be
hll." In the sti ess of our work for
Westminster as a great port Bnd a
k ��������� manufacturing center, it will he
well for us tu pause tor a moment
and to direct a little of our time to
mn! lne Westminster a "Roval city"
In ''i d.   Else is our motto vain.
'The House of Quality and Low Prices'
OUR 30-DAY
10 Mlss
Julia
Marlowe
"I am glad to write my endorsement ot the great remedy, Peruna. I
do so most heartily. "���Julia Marlowe.
Any remedy that benefits digestion
strengthens tho nerves.
Tho nerve centers require nutrition.
If the digestion la Impaired, the nerve
een ters become anemic, and nervous
debility ls the result.
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SOCIETY
:. ;��� . :���. II. A^av, 71(1  Ro
al aven i
: ;< rlaii < il at ipiogroiBlro
cards ye:
tenia   o lei noon.
���   ���   ��
" :>- It: |:; b Is .- ending
i few daj ���
In '��� : to; ia, the ; ucst of
.'.:'.t.  ll;.rr.
.-I::-;. s,
il. A. Cheevct
mill the fall.
will r.ct receive
A   Harmless  Remedy,   Made
from Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair,
A feeling of sadness accompanies the
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing age.   Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person
look old. ''We all know the advantages I
of being young.   Aside from the good
Impression a youthful appearance makes j
on others, simply knowing that you nre
"looking  fit"   gives  ono  courage   to
undertake and accomplish things.   So '
why suffer the handicap of looking old i
on account of gray hairs, when a simple ]
remedy  will  give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a. few days' time?
Most people know that common par-
den sage acts as a color restorer and
scalp tonic as well. Our grandmothers i
used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
hair dark, soft avid luxuriant. In
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and oth:r valuable remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin,weak hair that b rplit r.t tha '
ends or constantly coming out. A few
applications of this valuable remedy
will bring back tho color, an I i i a short
timi it.WllI remove every trnr ; of 7:i:t-
druff and greatly iiiprove tho growth
an 1 appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from ycur
druggist today, an '. notice the differ* 11
in your hair nfter a few days' treatment All druggists sell it, under fjuar-
antee that the money wi'.l be refunded if
tlie remedy is notexactlv us represented
Special Agents, D. S, Curtis and H.
RyalJ.
has been a Great Success���up-to-date���
and we wish to make it still better for the
balance of the month. Our prices are
the lowest in the city.
DINING ROOM
FURNITURE
Will receive special attention for the next two weeks. Don't overlook this sale. We know the quality is there and the prices cannot
be equalled in British Columbia.
Young couples intending to take up houskeeping should choose their
Furnishings now, we will store them free of cost until required.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
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IQUALITY  FURNITURE
401-403 Columbia St.
Phone 829
New Westminster
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Tl'e   llnwnlnK   club   met   tlvl��   wee'v 1
nt the. home ot Mrs. S. H.  Martin, the
rret.nl ers present being V\&i RUikmm. ,
Vlss Homer. Mlss He Wolf Smith and
the Misses (Martin.
���   ���    .
Mrs, i:. G. Thompson returned on
Tuesday from tl'e upper country,
where she has been spending tlie
winter.
Mrs
ngaln
B16 FIRE kl ROM C11Y m
Mrs. F. Klngley, of Ashcroft, is the
vest of her daughter, Mrs. E. G.
rhomj son.
���   .   ���
Miss Kate Small    and    Mr. Percy
^mall returned  last  week from Call'-
oinia. where they have heen attending; Berkeley university.
...
Bishop de Tender returned home
on Sunday last after a trip to Eastern
Canada
...
Mrr. gteven3, of Vancouver, was on
Tuesday the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. J. B. Allen. Second street.
a     *      *
���Mrs. William Plcken, of Winnipeg,
is the puest of her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Frank D, Picken.
��� a   t,
Mre. George  Cunnineham  will not
receive ai.'ain this season.
��� ���    ���
Mis. V. H. C. Abbott will not rc-
;etve again until October.
��� .�� : e
The Westminster hawn Tennis cluh
will hold the!" opening iay of the
season this afternoon at the courts
on Third ttreet.
��� ���    ��
.Mrs. P. O. Hilodeau and Mlss Bllodeau left last week for Log Angeles.
Cal., wheie they will spend a couple
of months visiting relatives.
...
Among those going over to Vancouver to see "The Pink Lady" were
noticed Mr. and MrB. C. B. McAllister,
Mr. and Mr.a. G. B. Corbould, Mr. and
Mrs. Coulthard. Mlss Brown, Miss
Gertrude Brown, Miss Wright, Mr.
Brown (Haney), Mr. Frank Major, Mr.
Walter Brown, Mrs. R. B. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. G
L. Martin an.l  Mr. and Mrs. iMallns.
��� ���   *  .
The Voung Ladles' Choral Club of
gt. Peter's Parish, are to be highly
congratulated for their splendid success In arranging and serving the ban-
n-'et tendered the visiting delegates
of the State Convention of the
Knights of Columbus this week. The
decorations of St. Patrick's Hall wero
carried out in the lodge colors, purple
nnd gold, ani the flowers which ornamented the tables were of the same
color. Great credit la due the follow-
Ing young ladies: Mlss Katie Bourke,
Miss Anna Archambault, Miss Ida
Archambault, Miss Mary Eastman,
MIbs Agnes Carroll, Mlss Xora Byrne,
Mlsa Cella Dolan. Mlss Mary nteg-
orv, Miss Susan Gre^or;-. Miss Ther- [
esa Walbh, Mlsa Helena Lavelle, Mlss
Alice Souliere and Miss Laura Lav-
erv. The membere of the club were
all daintily gowned tn white.
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m
good
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THC
JEWELER
And this is the stamp of approval of a responsible maker���proud of his good handiwork. The "Winged Pyramid" is backed
by the biggest reliability in all autobiledom
���something better than a guarantee���a
worthy reputation���and a car that will go
seventy-five thousand strong this year.
All Foi-ds are Model T'e���all alike except the bodies. The two passenger runabout, costs $775���the five passenger touring ear $850���
he delivery car $875���the town car $1100���t. o. b. Walkerville, Ont.,
completely equipped. Catalogue from Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, 343 Front Street, Tel. 965���or direct from Walkerville.
MANPEViLLE
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12th Street and 6th Avenue
STEAM HEATED        ELECTRIC LIGHT
3 and 4 Room Suits Reasonable Rents
GAS RANGE IN EACH SUITE
GRAY & GILCHRIST, Agents
Phone 595 675 Columbia Street
Builders and Contractors
We have purchased the stock of the Crown Timber and Trading
Company an.i will continue the business with a larger and more
complete stock of lumber.   A trial solicited. -
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TELEPHONE 904.
Mills at Vancouver, New Weatmlnster and
Crescent  Valley,  B.  C.
FOR CHOICE
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WESTMIaicjTEE daily news
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
���MBIEB Mlltf NEWS
P��hed every morning except
" by The National Printing and
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��Kenzl�� Street, New Westmin-
B. C.
ROBERT H. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
�� Office   L 099
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SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, ?1 for three
���sontbs, or 40c per month.
By mail $3 per   year,   or   25c   per
ODOBth.
Westminster Weekly News ?1  per
sawn
^WIONMfcy|LABEl.
8ATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
CANADA   AND   THE   FLEET.
Mr. Winston Churchill's speech on
'the navy und its iriTperSal developments of the future, is worthy of close
attention. In it he points out that the
���tendency of the past ten years has
Ibeen to foroe a concentration of the
British riect in home waters. That of
the next ten he helieves will he to
-create "effective naval forces in the
��reat Dominions overseas."
Thc    concentration of the    British
��� ���������������������������������������->���
��� ���
e               TIMELY TOPICS *
���   ���
���**   And    Irresponsible    Comments   ���
*> by an Onlooker. ���
��� ���
���������������������������������������������������
The Board of Trade's trip to the
Sandheads is over. Perhaps I maybe ,01-gixen for saying that the whole
thing was very qnie:ly done, so quietly in fact that some of the memhers
of the board only heard of it after the
expedition had started and many apparently only at the very last moment from some chance remark overheard on the stieet. Some of the
guests, too, did not know of their Invitations until it was almost too late
to accept. And this is the great
splash, the "glorious occasion," thai
was to have heen In honor of the first
serious work on Westminster's greater harbor. Frankly I am disappoint,
ed. Where were the hands, tho timbrels and cymbals and the shouting,
and the noise of public interest?
Wheie were the dinner and the
speeches afterwards? Where was
everything proper to any celebration?
Where were the special things proper
to a celebration of so important an
event as the building of the first big
Jetty at the mouth of the Eraser? No,
if Westminster Is going to catch the
ear of the world, she mustn't whisper
in a tone so low that even her own
citizens can not hear her . She has
got to get out on the house tops and
noise her fame abroad. She must
play on the big drum of publicity, not
on a penny whistle behind tho parish
puinn. Modesty in individuals and
violets is charming, but in cities it is
a disgrace.     After all   any boy may
meet, he says, gives the dominions a
"great opportunity," an opportunity to   btag ahout  his   father,   so   then  may
take an effective part in the defence   Wjy citizen boast about his city, and
take an effective pa
���of the empire. Of this opportunity
���IJiey are, already beginning to take
advantage. Australia has sought expert advice from a Hritish admiral
and taken it, And is now constructing
_a strong modern fleet unit. New Zealand haa contributed a fine ship to
the imperial fleet. In Canada interest has been aroused. Yes, that is all
Canada has lo her credit up to date.
Aroused interest!
How much longer will the imperial
and national patriotism, the business
Instinct of Canadians he at fault? A
"predominant partner," dependent for
her protection on the subordinate
ones, is an anomaly that could never
fee tolerated. A great business concern that carries no insurance, for a
fleet is hut another form of insurance, is an abnormality than can
fcardly he equalled. It is clear Canada
must   have an effective fleet   of her
- own.
Mr. Wlnstcn Churchill in his
speerh welcomed the idea that representatives from this    country  were
- expected shortly in London to disease this question with the Iiritish
Admiralty and  in
when we celebrate some great hap
pening in her career, we should do so
In such a way thai all the world may
fay: "That, is a great city. It. is built
on a river and it cannot help being a
great, harbor. See what a live bunch
of citizens it has got."
It is won Ierfnl how shy the public
sometimes is. The .May Day committee for example, is very anxious to receive suggestions with regard to possible improvements next year, together with criticisms and appreciations of the ceremony as it took place
last week. The committee asked for
these publicly, but It ha3 received no
answers. Now 1 am sure that this is
not because the people do not take
an interest in May Day. Why then Is
lt ? Is it simply because it is too much
trouble to write a few words on paper? I don't think it is quite that,
either. It is rather because the people are a little shy and also because
tliey are possessed of that fatal feeling that It's no good their doing it because somebody else is sure to. That
is the one sure way of getting nothing done. Of course if the people
don't care to discuss the question. I
don't want to badger them into doing
so. but surely some little boy or girl
will tell the committee or the news-
paj ers or somebody  what he or she
thought of the whole thing and what
that   welcome  hei the same he or she think woull   be a|
supports   free    control
of   ovei seas / better  way   of  doing    it   next   time.
nesst, by overseas dominions, flrm tn\^ter aU  ">��� <**�� *��� often  fai(her g
/ the man,  and if the grownups won t
a. conviction  that   does   him   honor,   pet  nlisv   why We  w(!j   have  to  fa���
that in time of war there Is only one   l)ac^ on the youngsters to show that
place where a Canadian or   Austral-1 they are alive
ian fleet would want  to he, and that
is where it  would be of most service
in destroying thc enemy.      Here are
Hub own words:
"This I will venture to say, th.e al
miralty sees no reason why arrange
ments should not Be made to give
the dominions across the seas a full
measure of control over the movements in jreace of any naval forces
which, with our help, they may bring
inlo efficient existence. In war. we
lenow our countrymen over seas will
Save only one wish and that is 'o encounter the enemy wherever the need
and danger n mort. severe."
Tti:;t is the kin I of call that all true
men wlll cr.ser. If we in Canada
are really a nation we must bear a
nation's burdens. If we would talk
sreat, we must act great. A fleet is
aecesBary to our nationhood, and
���every citizen should support the government, of the day in securing for
the country that fleet wliich we must
.Save.
JOFFICERS  ELECTED  BY
TYPO  UNION  ANNOUNCED
The New Westminster Typographical union. No. 032, which num-
���hers some 45 members, held its annual elections on Wednesday last.
Yesteiday tbe ballots were all counted and the resoilt in the election of
the various officers and committees 13
.as follows:
President, Joseph Tyler; vice-president, C, lv Shaw; secretary-treasurer,
It.    A.   Stoney;    ^CI";"ailt    Itt    ill I IS      R,
K. Bangster; executive committee, h,
Glbb .-ii I is. K. Monteith; delegate to
the I. T. r. convention, R. E. Mon-
'leith, alternative, v.. A. Hrown; correspondent to Typographical Journal,
W. K Maiden; delegate to li. ('.
Federation of   Labor.   I,.   Netberb' .
��� delegate;; to Trades and Labor council, ll. A. Stoney C. B. Shaw, \V. E.
Maiden and II. fllbh: label commit ���o'1,
��� C P. c.rant (Coquitlam), w. T. Jae.--
man (Chilliwack). J, Fraser, fi. S.
Vickers, J.  A.  I'.ales'I Mission  City);
���delegate to Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, R. A. Stoney.
SUFFRAGIST LEADER  REJOICES
OVER TAFT'S DEFEAT
New York, Mav 17.���Mrs. Harriet
Stanton Match, the suffragist leader,
is jubilant over Taft's defeat ln California.
"We'll teach him to call us 'Hottentots,' " she said  laughingly,
"I undei stand there are some California women here in town charging
-ag with being 'anti-man' because we
are urging women voters not to support Taft. That Is ridiculous. We
=are not anti-anythlng.     Taft has not
���done anything to advance the cause j he telephoned the bridge? Well,
or woman suffrage. So far as Roose- never mind. But I do pity Senator
velt's .victory is concerned, 1 hare Smith; he probably doesn't see '".he
���nothing to say. Wc aro hot support- lobe even now, bul then, of course, It
.���smz any one." is uo laughing matter.
The smell of new-mown gra-:s!
What a delicious scent it Is, ancl
what a crowd of pleasant memories i:
brings with it as it wafts across the
path of the business man or woman
hastening to the office, by some well-
kept lawn. It is the very scent of nature herself, a scent which brings us
close to the earth, to all glowing
things that are fresh ancl clean with
the heavens' own washing and full of
the sap and goodness of life. But the
memo;ies! Tiles' are of outdoors, of
course. Memories of children's haymaking frolics in old Ontario, perhaps; memories of lawn tennis parties In well-shrubbed Kngiish gardens,
when the summer sun shines blight.
and tbe air is still tinged with the
freshness of spring. How springy the
good turf feels beneath a comfortable
pair of tennis shoes'. The mowing
machine, wliich is actually responsible for tho scent, can be heard whirring on Its last trip up an.l down the
lawn, ancl the cut grass flies back
in a green cloud into the machine.
Yes, it is a good smell, and nowadays
the streets ln the residential parts
of the city aru fragrant with it. The
careful citizen who likes his garden
nice is putting everything in order.
The i-rass is yowing fast and fre-
quent c bttlngs are necessary, ami
with every one' the lawn looks more
trim and moio Inviting to office-weary
bones.
IIo-.v disappointed senator Smith
must be. Now that the English in
nniry lias begun, all Kinds of sensational things are bein.'. found out, an !
yt the chairman o.<: tliere seems to
be throwing away opportunity setter
opportunity of making the world
throb with the dramatic possibilities
Of tha case. Il i.s truly a pity Lord
Mei ssy i- nol i Ifted with the histrionic powers of Senator Smith, or
that tbe Senator did not find out all
these things about water-tight com
partment s not shut anl bo its filled
with men aione, when he was ashing
questions in Washington. Anothei
senator also must ho rather sorry he
spoke, now that Mr. Ismay has been
publicly cleared from any charge of
cowardice, and bas been proved to
have acted as well as almost any
passenger. Theie is one curious side
to ail this. I wonder why the American Inquiry found out so llftle of
what really happened. I think there
arc; two reasons for that. One was
the chairman did not know what
questions to ask nor in what order to
ask ihem. Tbc other is thR't those
Englishmen did not. feel very like tell
in; him anything. Wasn't there one
of the look-out men who di In't know
hnw to judge distance, had no Idea
how far away lbe iceberg was  when
WHY
ARE OUR
$30 and $35
SUITS�����
than a $15 or $20 Suit
777777
BECAUSE they are Hand Iailored---not machine
made; they are the work of expert craftsmen under good conditions, and have the best of French
hair cloth and trimmings throughout.
.
You men who know Good Clothes and Good Values
when you see them, will do well to have a look at
some of the beautiful patterns we are showing,
ranging from $22, $25 up to $35.
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HIGHLANDERS BAND
IN MARTIAL MUSIC
(Continued from pave one)
of the old Bongs that every one
knows. It was really an e\ccllent
piece Of work this descriptive battle
piece, the booming of the g;;us being
very effective. Al the close it was n
good thing to note that at least one
audience, bas learned lliat It ls customary among British folk to stand
then  was  introduced   when  four gtal-1 a'   attention   while   tha   National   An-
by   Pipe   Major
wart   pipers   beaded
Gillies, late   of   the   Si ots   G iar Is
man bed In  with tbe bag] i..
audience gol  up and cheere i
Bandsman J. D, D'Eath gave a
mosl creditable performance upon the
Xylophone and Glockenspiel during a
bright piece named "The Drummer's
Escapade," The last namel Instrument is Jusi  like hs name.
Then    followed    \|;n
song, to which an en ore "Rose i,, the
Hud" was accorded, The flrst i an
of tbe program concluded with an excellent piece by the band descriptive
of a Highland scene.
The  second   half  was,   ir  anything
ihern || played.
ll  ls to be hope I thai  the boys In
kilts will come again amongst  us and
rhe   that they will receive a wanner und
larger welcome when they do.
MUST NOTIFY AUTHORITIES.
Harry   McLeod, of    Vancouver,    Con-
victed  in Automobile Case.
A conviction was yesterday morn-
A. C, Eddy's lnK secured against Mr. Harry McLeod, of Vancouver, for falling to
notify the authorities of a recent automobile accident undei the provisions
of the net. Mr. Mci.eod changed his
pleading to one of guilty after some
evidence had been hoard. He was
lined $26 and costs. The charge was
laid   by  tlie  chief of  police on Tues
Sunset Blue Print Co., LM
Rooms 24 and 25 Westminster Trust  Block,    Phone 711.
Blue and White Printing, Drafting
MUNICIPALITY, CITY AND DISTRICT MAPS ALWAYS
UP-TO-DATE
more; pleasing than that whicb had I day last when another charge against
gone before. Mr. Reynolds Improve:! Mr, McLeod connected with the same
in the "Trumjeler," while Mra ['Udv '"'fie was dismissed Mr. Martin
would possibly have don0'better with ��J��diS V,UU0"V,Sr- "��*<**** ,h"
a song'more In keeping  with arms Luted,
and the man, albeit love and war gu I    James Chlsholm was sentenced    to
four month's Imprisonment for misappropriation  of   moneys  derived   f;om
Mr.  G.  L.  Cassady  prose-
together,
The pipers again delighted   every,
one, Bandsman   John   Allan    proved
���the sale of two horses.    He had been
himself a master of the cornet in the | entrusted with the selling of ihem
haunting melodies of "The Rosary" i for at least $ir>o, but parted with th"
and -Killarney," anil the hand excell- horses for $:>0, whicli money he con
ed itself ln various pieces. Perhaps verted to his own use. A vagabond
the most appreciated of thes�� was the vis rl-en on hour to got. out
selection  "Our  Soldiers,"  a  blending, town.
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EXCURSIONS
With the rdvont of warmer weather the H. C. K. R. Company
offers to residents of New Westminster an opportunity for an enjoy-
uble day's outing nt low cost through the special rates which are
given over its Fraser Valley line.
SPECIAL TRAIN
FOR ANGLERS.
To accommodate the parties
who are lovers of "speckled
beauties" a special car will be
operated on Sunday, May 19,
between New Westminster and
Sperling.
Stops wlll he made at. all stations affording anglers a chance
to select their routes along
any of the well known (lshing
streams on the route.
Cars leave New Westminster
at 8 a.m., noon, 2: HO and 5 p.m.
Returning leaves Sperling nt
0:10 a.m., 1:10, 3:40 and 6:10
p.m. .
WEEK END TRIP
TO CHILLIWACK,
On Saturday and Sunday
tickets covering the round trip
from New Westminster to all
points on the line will be offered at a fare and a third. This
makes the round trip rate to
Chilliwack only $2.45.
Trains leave 8. C. E. R. Co.
depot at 9:30 a.m., 1:20 and
(5:10 p.m. Return trains are so
timed that the trip may he
made in a day with a stop-over
of several hours nt Chilliwack.
BRIFISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
TRANSPOHTATION   DEPARTMENT. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
WESTM1NSTEE DAILr NEWS
paoe H&
SPORTING REVIEW
With Con Jones back In Vancouver
it begins to look as If the lacrosse
���war had just reached the same stage
as the Chinese revolution squabble���
nothing much doing. Of course the
Big Four, meaning R. J. Fleming and
Georgo Kennedy, have won a great
victory. Taking a glance at recent
papers to hand from dear old Toi-on-
-to and Montreal, one sees that it was
a glorious victory for the East. But
at the beginning of this great flght
didn't we hear something about Con
not having a ��an left to cut the
grass at Recreation Park when R. J.
gol. through? And now It appears
that Billy Fitzgerald is the only captive taken from the West, while Con
seems to have eloped with seveial
players much needed to make hoth
ends meet ln the game back East,
especially with Charlie Querrie and
his braves. For a defeated and discredited lacrosse general, the Vancouver magnate seems to be getting
on nicely.
Something Up H's Sleeve.
The question has been asked how
long will this war last. There does
not Eeem much chance of the managers of the two teams composing the
B. C. league crawling and asking for
peace, "They think that I've finished and that the war Is all over," Is
the way the Vancouver sport puts It,
"but there's still something coming.
I have seven of their best men, mostly youngsters, who are anxious to
eome out to the coast, and whenever
I say the word, tliey will hike for the
fli st. train, contract or no contract."
This is the Information Con gives
out to tho fans and if he carries out
his threat he will explode a bombshell that should cause a commotion.
It waa not until the present season
commenced that baseball gambling
began to alarm the club owners, and
they at once staited step3 to suppress
the evil.
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The BalmoralB were out for practice
lasi evening cn Queens park. This
evening a practice game will be dh
the cards at the park between pick-up
teams connected with the club. The
first game of the season ls scheduled
between the Balmorals and the Moose
team on Tuesday evening of next
week are no mean team and should
the team should be on deck this afternoon. ���
Jack Hoult's Chances.
Westminster's only hope of being
repie.-ented at the Olympic games at
Stockholm this summer, Ilea In Jack
Hoult, the speedy runner, now attending Columbian College. Twenty-two
years old, a native horn, the local
runner athlete reports himself in the
beet rosslhle condition. Although he
has time in front of him, the .trials
which will he held at Brocktnn Point
grounds. Vancouver, this afternoon,
will mean a supreme effort on his
part to make his place on the team
jrom this province which will have to
compete against the cream of the
whole Dominion in Montreal early-
next month. Ills rivals will be Tommy Gallon, the present nuaiter-mlle
champion of B. C. of Victoria, and
Copping of Vancouver. In a trial
made the other day, Gallon made the
distance In 50 seconds flat, which Is
but three seconds short of the world's
record. Can Hoult beat this mark?
That remains to be seen. He will enter (he arena at Vancouver today
backed up by a good bunch of followers and well-wishers and the people
from tbe city, from their remarks
made (luring the past week, are no
less  interested   In his  performances.
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18
Northwestern League.
Won. Lost
Vancouver 17
Tacoma     15
Victoria  iy
Spokane    12
Seattle       rt
At Seattle���
Vuhcouver	
Victoria    '."
Batteries:     Clark and  Lewis;
veson, Jorstad and Hasty.
At Portland��� R. h. E
Seattle     1   3   3
Portland   4    5    1
Batteries:    Barrenkamp and Whaling:  Bloomfleld and Hairls.
At Tacoma��� R. 11. B.
Spokane   5    6   1
Tacoma   4 10   1
Batteries:      Kraft,      Cadleau    and
De Vogt;  Meikle and Crittenden.
Pet.
.548
.530
.470
.428
.400
R. H. E.
4    6    2
1    2    0
Nar-
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Coming   Out   to
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Play   with   Salmon
in  Few Days���Sensational  Rover.
An English artist, writing for one
of the sporting pai ers of the British
Isles, gives very little hope of victories for Canada In tho Olympic
Karnes. He says that. In the sprints
Canada will he nowhere since Bobby
Kerr Is no loncer ln the running.
Beas'ey of Vancouver, the only sprinter of any promise left, can do the
hnndrpd In 10 l-r>, but that will be too
slow to win at Sweden. Knox and
Brock are set down as second-)aters,
while Talt's record for the mile Is
not thought to be a hard one to lien'..
Gillis, the big Vancouver policeman,
Is nicked as the best of the hunch.
Gillis ls an all-round man and sheuld
win at least one\event and pernaRB
score a few more points with seconds
nnd thirds. While he thinks -hat
Gouldlng could win. the old countryman is dubious about his style of
walking and fears that the Canadian
walking champion will be disqualified.
In swimming he P^'ks England and
Australia for tiie honors. In the blue
ribbon event, thc .Marathon, he ricks
Corkerey as ths only man In Canada
woh has an outride chance. Not an
encburaglng outlook but occasionally
thlnes do not turn out    as expected.
The provincial trials this afternoon should be or the highest order.
Judging from the number of crae'e
athletes who have entered. Dune Gillis, the bl". Vancouver policeman, had
been practically assured of a place
on the Stockholm team by his :>ast
performances and his recent decision
not to compete ln the trials owing
to business reasons, will be a severe
blow, not only to the sporting public
in this province, but throughout the
whole of Canada, where he Is well
known. The amateur officials are endeavoring to perBiiade Dune to change
hls mind, but tho success from this
has not yet been given out.
The two outstanding features of the
afternoon should he the sprints be-
tween Frank McConnell, V. A. C, nnd
Hal Heasley, of the James Hay Association. Victoria, and also that between Will Chandler, tho Vancouver
lone distance crack, and Cameron
Smith, tho Bowen Island runner.
McConnell won hy a hair In the recent Y. M. 0, A. meet held ln Vancouver, but whether he can keep up
tho pace remains to he seen. He did
not have a look in last fall In the
���championship provincial meet, and
wiseacres say the Victoria bov will
again repeat the trick. Among the officials who have been appointed to
take charge of the trlalB, the name
of R. 0, McDonald is noticed.
American League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago    '1-1     C, .784
Boston      16     9 .640
Detroit     15 13 .533
Washington 12 13 .480
Philadelphia 11 13 .478
Cleveland- 10 13 .435
New  York        7 15 .318
St.  Louis        C 18 .250
Yesterday"s Games.
At Washington��� R. H. E.
Bt. Louis    'I   7    2
Washington   6    7    1
Batteries: E. Brown. Hamilton and
Krlchell, Stephens; Johnson and Aln-
smith.
At New York��� R. H. E.
Cleveland    3   0   V
New York     8 13   1
Batteries: Kaler, George and
Easterly;  Ford aud Sweeney.
At  Boston��� R. H.E.
Chicago     5 14   fi
Boston       2    3    4
Batteries: Walsh and Kuhn; Pape
and  Carrlgan.
At Philadelphia��� K. H. E.
Detroit    fi    0    2
Philadelphia     3    G   2
Batteries: Dubuc aud Stallage;
Kussell and Egan.
All fears of Harry Hyland not coming out to the coast to play with the
Salmon Bellies this Eeason, were dispelled last evening on receipt of a
letter by Johnny Howard stating that
he, Hyland, was coming out in the
nfext few days. Thai the famous
hockey player who played a sensational rover position with the champion
Westminster septette duiing the pas'.
season, will be of valuable assistance
to the local Btiuad Is unquestioned
Harry made a name for himself back
east both In hockey nni also with
the Shamrocks, an.l ls highly spoken
of hy the magnates of the N. L. IJ.
as a fearless player. It is doubtful
whether he will be on hand for the
opening game, hut being in good condition, it win only he a matter of a
few days before he v.'ould be in shape
for anything Con Joues might put up
against him.
Tlie Senior Amateur lacrosse team
will stack up against the West End3
on Monday evening on Moody squaie,
thi3 being their tirst exhrbitlon game
of the season. The West Ends, by
their work against the Reginas last
week are not mean team and should
give a good account of themselves
against the seniors.
CRICKET.
The Westminster Cricket club open
the season this afternoon wben they
meet tbe Cedaf~Cottage eleven on the
Hastings park oval, Vancouver. The
members of the team hav? been putting In Eome steady practice during
the rast week, and all feel fit to take
the Cottagers into camp. Captain
Avory White will take along the following players, Messrs. F. A. Rose. W
A. Wells. E. Haddiugham. C. H. Judd.
Rev. R. R. Bartlett. R. M. f.poffoth, T
Y. Hebron. Mr. Hockley, Dr. Wilson
H. Moscrop and J. King.
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
Monday, May 20
Look Who Is
Coming !
"CASEY MS"
With Ollie Mack in
the leading role.
ON MORTGAGES
AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE RATES AND TERMS
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
Hear the old time songs such as
"Casey Jones," etc.
Seats on sale at Tidy, the Floiist's,
new store, 739 Columbia street. Prices
$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
WHITE ROCK sub- division
We are placing a limited number or choice acre blocks on the
market at White Rock. Get in and secure one now. Why * Because it is the finest bathing beach in B. C, and is onlv about one
hours run from Vancouver by C. N. R. In the near future you will
not be able to touch this at the prices we are offering it for now as
there are great developments going on.
REMEMBER THESE  ARE  NOT 33 FOOT LOT3; THE SMALLEST
LOT CONTAINS 95-100 OF AN   ACRE.
FOR PRICE AND TERMS SEE
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
New Westminster, B.C. Phone 680
���HOPP, SKIPP AND JUMP.1
BE WISE  IN   TIME
Before Buying an Automobile Compare the HUDSON 33  With Any
Other Make
National  League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Now York     19      4      .820.
Cincinnati 19     G      .760
Chicago    12    13      .480
Pittsburg     9    13      ,40<>
Boston    10    15      .400
St. Louis 10    17      .S70
Brooklyn       S    14      .3(14
Philadelphia        8   13      .37G
Yesterday's Games.
At Cincinnati��� R.H.E.
Boston      G 10   I
Cincinnati    4    7   1
Batteries: Dickson and Kling;
Caspar and McLean.
At St. Louis��� R. H. E.
Brooklyn    13 14   1
St. Louis   5 11   3
Batteries: Yingling and Erwin:
Cever, Dale, Woodburn, Harmon and
Wingo, Murphy.
At Chicago��� R. 11. E.
Chicago   5   8   1
Philadelphia 7 12   1
Batteries: Brown, Mclntyre, P.lchle,
Cole and ArrTier; Alexander, Seaton
and Dooin.
A determined crusade is bolng
made In New York State at the present time to suppress the system of
hap.9l.iill pools which i3 threatening
the national game. The club owners
are co-operating with the l olice to remove the stigma which clung to. and
eventuaily crushed tbe spirt of horse
racing In many of the states.
According lo nevs-n-or lnvertina-
tois, tbo"��ands of dollars are being
waned daily on thc results of tbo big
leagues, most of which Is being ventured through pools, for wbljrh tickets  P|C). 'Walter
PACIFIC   COAST   TRIALS.
Brilliant Cluster of Athletic Stars for
Olympiad,
San Francisco, May 17.���The Paciflc coast trials for the third Olympiad to be held this year at Stockholm. Sweden, will bring together at
Stanford University today the most
brilliant cluster of star athletes assembled west of the Rocky :Moun-
tains since the National championships were held at Seattle in 1909.
The complete list of entries was
given out to lay by the Olympic Club.
It Includes three world's recoid holders (Smlthson. Horlne and Rose),
two Olympiad champions (Rose and
Smlthson), two national champions
(Nelson and Bellah), four national record holders (Horlne, Rose, Snedlgar
and Smith son), live Paciflc coast
champions (Gerhart, Snedlgar, Alderman, Smithson and Hawkins), and
four Paciflc coast recoid holders
(Horlne, Rose, Snedlgar and Walter
McClure).
The liBt follows:
100 miners flat���Forrest Smlthson
rjuat .-ched), P. C. Gerhardt, (Olympic club), Jack *fi\'on tSea'tl* A.
C), Irving Best, (Santa Clare univer-
slty).
200 meters���Fred Kelley ���I'liive--
sity of Southern California), Gerhardt
(Olympic), Ira Courtney (Seattle A.
C), Nelson (Seatt'e A. C.), James
Donahue (I.os Angeles *. C.)
400 meters���Fdward Maciuley
(Olympic), Wl'llam Wyman (Olympic), Clarence Fdmundson (Seattle A.
CU, F. E. McClure (Stanford University).
900 met eis���Walter McClure (Multnomah nnh), A. F. Gatea (Pastlmo
A. C), E. M. Bennett (Stanford), Fd-
mudson (Seattle A. C), William Wyman  (Olympic), McClure  (Stanford).
1500 melers���John Burke (Olym
McClure   (Multnomah),
The Beat Bale opom today for the
Native Bona' show, "Hovt>, Stilpp and
Jump," to be given at the opera house
next Tuesday and Wednesday, and
from the way tickets have be��n selling around town It is practically assured that both nights wlll be sold
out.
There Is a large list of well selected singers, among tiiese being:
Hiram Hopp, a schemer, M. J. Knight;
Silas Skipp, a projector, C. D. Peele;
Johnny Jump, a promoter, A. L. Johnson; Arnold 'McLean, a bank clerk. H.
Turner; Sniffles, a messenger boy.
Frank Bilodeau; Juniper Berry, a
farmer, W. P. Woolley; Dash, a reporter, Sidney Robbins: Hank Tumras
a tramp, W. H. Mumford: Beatrice
Clay, a stenographer, Mlss Alvina
Munn: Mrs. Skipp, an exasperated
wife, Mlss D. Hutchinson; Mrs. Hopp.
a newlywed, Mlss Lavery; Nellie
James, a laughing giil. Miss Daisy
Dawe; Angelina Lofty, an aristocratic
speculator, Miss Peebles: Mrs. Duffy,
an Irish loldy. Mrs. J. H- Jones.
In the chorus is a large collection
of the best in town Including Misses
C. DeWolf Smith, Katie Muir, Yvonne
Lavery, M. Louise Pope, Eleanor
Brown, Nora Armstrong, G. Payne,
Margaret I^ewls, Josephine Ross,
J Frances McGIIIivray, Muriel Cunningham. Evelyn Cunningham, Edith Curtis, Lorna Turney, Mary PeeVles,
Maude Pentland, Toss Walsh, Kitty
Mumford and Messrs. Kenneth Pit-
cairn, Harry Greame, D. M. LeBour-
dals. Sidney Robbins, Harry Turney,
Harry Burnett, A. Leonard Allison,
Ixirne G. Sharpe, P. K. Sangster, A.
W. Dawe and others.
Mr. Frank Major has charge of the
music.
Rehearsals are progressing splendidly and everything points to a big
success.
may bo purchased as low as two-bits.  Charles  Murphy   (unattached).
It is not necessary to go outside of New Westminster to secure a car that will give you entire satisfaction. The Hudson 33 has proven itself to be
worthy of any one's Confidence. It is the Simplest
and the Cheapest to maintain. Not a car for a few
months, but a car that will last for Years, Ask for
demonstration and Literature of
W. Guttridge, agent
115 Fife Street
Phone 1128
Autos For Hire
J
$100 In Gold For a Name $100
Names Are Pouring in-- Get in Your Guess
We need a name for our superb new subdivision at Highland Park. Aa soon as a name la secured sixteen acres of choicest land aub-
dlvlded Into attractive lots, wlll be ofTered at attractive prices and easy terms.   We muet have a good name.
Your beat plan Is to seek inspiration by visiting the spot. Take the car to Highland Park. Then take the sidewalk eastward, and three
minutes' walk will take you to the Paciflc highway, running between Vancouver and New Westminster. The property nee immediately beyoud
Mr. Hatt-Cook's triangular piece of land, and is bordered by. Murchie and Dalhousie roads.   It Is handy to water mains and electric light.
PARTICULARS OF TME CONTEST
Select the most beautiful, striking, or suggestive nnme that comes to your mind, write lt clearly on a piece of paper, sign your name and
address, addreas It to the Investor's Investment Co., Box 777. New Westminster, and mark '^Highland Park Contest" ln ono corner. Only one
guess wlll bo allowed you, and you send no money. Your names will be kept secret except to the one ln charge of the contest���and next Saturday night a selection will be mado by a reputable committe3 of citizens, who will not know the name of the winner till alter tho selection
hag been made.   Contest closes at noon on Saturday, May 18, so get busy and think.
investors9 Investment Co.
657 COLUMBIA ETREET.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
OVER CURTIS' DRUG OTORE.
TELEPHONE 293. r    WlOE 8DL
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
f
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
High Class Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes being practically Given Away.
COME TODAY for the Choicest Picking.   DON'T WAIT till Monday.
READ BELOW WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE:
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Men's and Young
Men's Fine Suits
Smoked an.l Eor.ie c! imaged
Suits that sold up to $25;  8ro
sale pi he
$1.95
Made by the world's foremost
rea ly-to-wcar manufacturers;
Butts Cat, cold up��to $40.; die
tb e i 'he
$9.95
Silk Ties
All stvles, north to Toe; now
15(
Odd Vests
From high class suits, the pantj
and coats having been destroyed;  pick 'em out;   now
10c
Men's Fine Hats
All styles in soft or stiff;
worth to $.1.00;   now
95c
Men's Shirts
Worth to $1.00; now
35<
Mens Fine Hats
Worth to $1.00, including Stetson make, now
$1.95
Sensational
Shoe Bargains
Men'.-, work and dres3 shoes,
woith $3.00, now
$1.35
All styles and leathers, in
black or lan shoes; worth t,>
��0.00; sale price
$2.95 ���
Men's Hats
Worth to $2.00;  now
35c
Odd Pants
That sold to $7; damaged, that
will be suitable for work; Hie
sale price
65c
LIN'EN AM) RUBBER.
Collars
Worth 15c to 25c; now
5c
Odd Coats
From high class suits th".t sold
to $:!.r>; tants and vests dest oy.
ed by the "re demon; pick 'em
out; fire sale
85c
Men's Finest
Dress Pants
That sold from'$3 to $S; guaranteed  perfect;   flre sale pilce
$2.95
Men's Fine
Overcoats
All styles anil legntbs, In
medium, heavy and light
weights: overcoats that sold to
$35.00; lire sale pilce
$2.95
Men's Work
and Dress Sox
Worth 15c to 25c;  now
5c
S
Cy    f~^so
���*H  H  lad
^H
r. SthD aM Columbia*   lhe Big Fire Side,   lhe Only Bsg CI��th��^^ Saie.   Cor. Qih*. asid CoSymbia
I   WARNING���Do not confound this sale with other so-called sales or signs.   Be sure you find the right place
| Corner Sixth and Columbia Street, Opposite Post Office.
m^ms^mgmz^^mm
CITY     OF     NEV"/     WESTMfNSTETf
' CITV
Lc-ceI
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I r.'Sth s-,ui
  \      I���ane  ll8  teet north  ot   Fourth  avc-
Improvement    Notltii ��� FlHh . ^ue bet����en Vltth ana   Sixth   street.
Street Sewer  Are3. !,.,���, . ,.,    ,
lihickfovil  street from  i.i;:th   streel
The Municipal  Council cf the  City1
New Westminster having b:
MEW WESTMINSTER
atreet to
Lcc-I     Improvement    Notice���fourtn
Street Stcrm fewer Area.
Th��"Municipal Council-   of  She City i      me  biuaictyai   <.ui.j.in u�� mo   w..>    ,f) Flrt!l 8tree!s
of Nc-.v Westminster  having   by res-   or  New Westminister having by reso-j    TUlvd .lvenue trom slxth
OlutiOn determined an.l Bpcclflod that| lution  determined and  s; retried   that I p0aVtto street,
jit is desirable to carry out the follow-I     Lancaster  street  from  Sixth  Btreet
lng works of laying M:-.!n Storm se .'-11 to Fourth etreet.
era and  \;orl;s contingent thereto oa j     gt. George street from  Sixth street
the following Btreets; I to Fourth street.
it Ib desirable to cany out the following works cf iaj ini. Main Stonr. Sewers and works contingent thereto on
the following streets-.
Fourth etreet from Clarkson street
to Fifth avenue.
Fifth avenue Torn Third to Fourth
streets.
Fourth avenue from Second to
Fourth streets.
Oak street from Fourth to Fifth
avenues.
Third avenue from Second to
Fourth streets.
Pine street from Third to Fourth
avenues.
1'ea-son street and risht-of-wa_y.
Queens avenue from Third to
Fourth streets.
Hoyal avenue from Third stieet to
Wife ravine.
Cunningham street from Merivale
Btreet to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Merivale street
to Fourth street.
Dickenson street from Merivale
street to HlacUwood street.
Blackwood street from Dickenson
Btreet to Carnarvon street.
Carnarvon stieet from Merivale to
Fourth streets.
And that said works be carried out
ln accordance wljh the provisions of
the "Local improvement General Hylaw 1!U2."
And the city Engineer and Olty
Assessor having reported to the
Council in accordance with the provisions of the said bylaw upon the
said workH giving statements showing the amounts estimated to be
chargeable against tho various portions of real properly to be benefited
by the paid works and other particulars and the said reports of the said
Ctty lOnadneer anl City Assessor having; been adopted by the Council;
Notice Is hereby given that tin Baid
reports aie o;en for Inspection al
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, Xew Westminster, 1!. Ci and that unless a petition
against tho proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of land or real property
to he assessed or charged In respect
of such works representing at least
one half In value thereof is presented to tiio Council within fifteen days
f'om the date of the flrst publication
of tlil-i nolle* the Council will proceed
Fifth stieet trom Third to Sixth
avenue.
Fifth avenue f:om Fourth to Fifth
Btreets.
Fourth avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets,
Third avenue from Fourth to Fifth
streets.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
"The Local Improvement General Bylaw  1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor haying reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the eaid
works giting statements Showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the vai ious portions of real
property to he benefited by tlie said
works and other particulars and the
r.ald reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having Ik tn adopted by the 'Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
Liverpool stieet Lorn Sixth street
to Fourth street.
Queens avenue from Si.vth street to
Fourth street.
I     Cunningham    street     -from      Sixth
street to Fourth street.
Agnes street from Sixtli street to
Fouith sireet.
Victoria street f:om Sixth street to
Fourth sireet.
Carnarvon street from Sixth atreet
to Fourth street.
Clarkson street from Sixth steel
to Cburcb stieet.
.And that said works lie carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
thq "Local Improvemeat General Hylaw 1912."
And Ihe Clly Engineer and City Assessor having retorted to the Council in acco: dance with the provisions
of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
igainst tho vm ious  portions  of rea
rerorts me open for InBpectlon at tbe I porperty to be benefited by the said
office of the City Assessor, City Hall, works and other particulars and the
Columbia street, New Westminster, I Sil|,| reports of the said City Engl-
B. C. and that unless a petition neor and City Assessor having been
against   the    proposed   works    above | adopted  by  the Council.
mentioned Blgned  by a   majority of
the owneis of the land or real prop*
Ierty to ie assessed or charged in respect of such works  representing  at
' least one half in  value thereof is | ro-
| sented to tbe  Council within   flfteen
days from the date of the first publl-
cation of tbls notice the Couucil will
proceed with the proposed   improvements  under such  terms  and conditions as  to the  payment  of the cost
Notice   Is   hereby   given   that   tbe
said reports ate open  (or Inspection
at   thfl   office of   the   City  Assesor,
City    Mall.   Columbia   street,   New
Wettmlnster, u. C, and thai unless tt
petition against   ihe   proposed works
abovo   mentioned   signed by   a   majority of the o.vners of the   land   or
real   property   to   be   assessed   or
( barged in rest oct of such works rep-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   le.-cntlng at least one  half  I  value
of Kurh Improvements as the Councll I thereof Is piesented   to the   Council
may by by-law in lliat behalf regulate I within  fifieen  days  from  the date of
and determine and also to make tbe
said assessment.
Dated this   15th dav of   May, 1912.'
W. A. DUNCAN,    |
City Clerk.!
the llrst. publication of this notice
ihe Council will proceed with the proposed Improvements under such
terms rnd conditions ns to tlie payment of tho cost   of such   Improve
Date of erst publication  l&th May,(ments as the Council may by bylaw
1012. | in that behalf regulate and determine
md  also  to   make  the-    sail    assess-
- |
CITY
Lo:al
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
ment
Improvement Notice ��� Sixth
Street Sewer Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified thai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It is desirable to carry out the follow-
v.iCi the proposed Improvements tm-llng works ot laying Main Storm sew-
der B'ich terms ?>nh conditions as to Iers and works contingent thereto on
the rayment of the <iost of such lm- the following streets;
provements as the Council may by Sixth Btreel rrom i larkson to Sixth
bylaw In that behalf regulate and de-  avenue.
terminate and also to mnke the said!    Sixth avenue from ijlxtli   street  to
assessment. j Third street.
Datod this  l&th  day of May. 1012.1    Fourth stieet from Sixth avenue to
j    Dated this  15th  dav of Ma", 1912,
I W. A.  DUNCAN,
City Clcr';.
Ilato of  first publication  lfith  May,
i:n:
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
\V. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
'"���Mc of Qrsi  publication  16th May,
1012.
Filth avenue.
Local     Improvement     Notice ��� First
and   Second   Streets   Storm   Sewer
Area.
The Municipal Council of the City
of Now Westminster, liaving by re?o-
lution, determined and specified Hint It
!���< desirable to early out the following works of laying Main Storm Sew
Regina street from Third stieet to!<rs and  works contingent thereto on
Fo'Tth street. Uhe following streets:
Fifth avenue from Fifth   street   to!     Eciorid   street   f;om   Royal   avenuo
dwr C.7
to Ll ,:j .:,*.;. -I
Ftret   fitrtft   Con   Koyal   avfenvio   vol
St.  PatMok  b-roet.                                          |
St.   Patriot    fiom    First    to    Third
streets.                                                            .
Fourth   avenue  from   Fiist to  Second str;.  ' -.
Arbutua st.cet. 	
SirtaSESiwrni inst ,o second SHOW GROUND, MOODY SQUARE, 10th St, 7th Ave.
streets. j
Queens avenue f.om First to Third!        I"VA��� j 'JPIiVJ!U._\_l'__m.-.'-'U
streets. j        j MILLER   B?��OS *9
Manitoba street. '        �������mwililH ���������������mi       i
1'eele 6treet.
Bonson  stieet.
Park Row.
Vancouver street.
Gtanville street.
Iloval avenue from Third street to
McBride Boulevard,
Leopold Place.
An.l that said works be carried outj
In acordance with tiie provisions  of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And tiie ( Ity engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance v.ith tlv. provisions
of the said bylaw upon ihe said
works giving statements showing tho
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
pioperty to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and tlie
said retorts of the Bald City Fngineer and City Assessor having been
adopted by tiie Council.
Notice Is heieby given that the said
reports are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. C, and thai unless a petition
asalnil the proiosod works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the bind or real property to be Assessed or charged In leaped of such works representing ut
least one half in value thereof Is presented to the Counctl within fifteen
days from the dato of the first publ
cation of this notice the Council will
proceed wiih the proposed Improve
ments under sueh terms and eond.
tlons as to the payment of the costs
of such Improvements as the Council
may may by bylaw In that behalf regulate and dele; mine and also tc
make the said assessment
Dated this 15th   day of Mav, 1912
W. A. DITNCAN.
City Clerk
Date of first publication   lfith May
KH2.
Show Cards
and Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block
Phone R672. 619 Hamilton St
d. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping.
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connectlnq.
Cesspools. Seotle Tanks, Etc.
W. R. OILLEY, Phon. 122. G. E. QILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonss, Office 15 and IC.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK.
WA8HED GRAVEL ANO CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY tfEWS
' i     '     ��� ���������      ���
pagese-ze^ ���
Fit-Reform Suits have the New
English Shoulders.
They make a man look trim and
clean-cut ��� put vim and vigor
into his appearance.
Fit-Reform patterns carry out the
English trend of fashion because
the Suits are made of English
Worsted, English Tweeds, English
Flannels and English Serges.
The making is wholly Canadian ���
Fit-Reform tailoring from start to
finish.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN, Manager.
CHURCH !
SERVICES
********)***********���*���>****
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 a.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no details have been
supplied.)
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Rev. p. S. Okell, pastor. Se. vices af.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday schccl at
2:30 p.m. Rev. Norman S. V.olren-
daie wilt preach morning ;:n 1 evening,
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:.'id p.m. Sabbath
scliool und iiilile class    at    2130 P.m.
CATHEDRAL OF TEE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Matins, Holy
Communion, choral and sermon; 2:.'10
p.m., Sunday school; 7 p.m., Evensong
anJ sermon.
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 430
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M. A., rector. Sunday: Mallns und
Holy Communion ll a. m.; Evensong
and Sermon 7 p. m.; Sunday school
2:30 p.m.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins, B A ,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor. 11
a.m., public worship.
ST.  PAUL'S REFORMED EPlSCO-
NOTICE!
There ls no connection whatever
between the City Dye Works and the
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers.
(S��d.)    G. F.  BALDWIN,
345 Columbia Street.
Subscribers
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 854,
meets in Eagle's Hall, Columbia
tti eet, second and fourtn Wednesdays, at. eight o'clock. Visiting
P. A. P. S. welcome. F. C. Cook,
Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
1. O. O. F. a: ITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows ball, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially invited. II. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G-, recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist.   All work strictly con
PAL CHURCH,   corner    of   Seventh I fidential.      M.  Broten, Itoom 6, Mer-
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
w*   Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"      S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT'
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Bay and Stewart. H	
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE,   Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
Victoria Day Excursion
VICTORIA   AND   RETURN   $2.73.
Steamer Leaves Vancouver, 12: 10 a.m., May 22.
Tickets Good for Return until   MFay 27.
Rail. Tickets to Aii Points.    General Agency i'rans-Atlantic Steamship Lines.
H. G. SMITH. C. P. & T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. D.
Phone  Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER, B.C.     527 Granville Street.
re.  H.  BUCKLIN,
Pre*, and Geni.  Mgr.
N.   HKAUD8I.EK,
Vtcu-Vrealder-t.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Bac. t.-\d Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO- LTD.
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Pir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   8hlnolea, Sish, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
and Royal avenue, "The Low Church."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:2a) p.m.
EAST BURNAIIY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Buinaby. Rev. W. C.
Flank, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.:Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST ��� Rev. A. P.
Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Bp worth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
���choel at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh SL
Rev. M. G. Melvln, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Bunday school and Bible class 2:30
p.m. Rev. Professor Taylor, of Westminster Hall, will preach in the morning  and  the minister In  tbe evening.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rer. K
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship at 11 a.m. and 7 p.n.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday-
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; B. Y. P. U.
Monday at 8 p.m.
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Ser-
vice will be beld at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
NIDAROS NORWEIGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine servloe
every Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal church. Sunday
scbool following tbe service. O. Borge,
pastor, residence 1654 Eleventh avenue east, Vancouver.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday's services
will be held in the basement of the
church. Sacrament of the' Lord's
Supper will be administered at the
close of the morning service.
chant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
who do not receive The News before
8 a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint. Only in this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
Spring lamb, Beef,
Pork Mutton, and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner   Eighth 8t. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
CANADIAN
PACIfJC;<
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO
Special low rates to all Eastern
points will be on sale commencing
May 2; good to return up to October
31. The3e rates can be used for passengers going to the Old Country.
For particulars and reservations
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicito.s, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Eilis block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 107u.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
Or H. W
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminste:
Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank bas over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacmc
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 Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.01
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, Naw York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Djpart.meni���Deposits
received ln sums of {1 and upward,
ind Interest allows i at 3 per cent, per
tnnum  (preBeot rute).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barris
ters and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable addrest
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone G9. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
REMOVAL (NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop 611   Victoria  Street.
(Over Dally  News.)
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
/. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLEH, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and fc
Gulchon block, corner Columbia anc
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
Sees, Williams building, 41 Gran
ville street. F. C. Wade, K. C
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, Q. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows'
Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting on the third 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. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves    Vancouver    10   a.m.    for
Seattle,  via   Victoria,    daily    except
Tuesday.
Leaves    Vancouver    11    p.m.    for
Seattle direct daily.
Leaves Vancouver 2 p.m. and 11:45
p.m.  daily for  Victoria.
Leaves    Vancouver      2    p.m.      for
Nanaimo dally except Sunday.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
CHILLIWACK SERVICE.
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
9 ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone 388. P. O. Box 557. j
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
D. McAulay
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean aud Lieut. Reid���Services at 11
a. rn., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., ln the citi-
del, Eighth street. Open air services
as usuul. Special addresses will be
given tomorrow at the services by
officers of the rescue home, Vancouver.
FIRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
CHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HAL1,���Corner of Sixth
avenue nnd Ninth street.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH���C.
S. McKinley pastor. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastor,
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
IDMOyDS BAPTIST���Sorvice will
be rond-uted at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A.; Sunday school and
Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbia
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
A REAL COMEDY
VT TME Oi'ERA HOUSE MONDAY.
Re tbe south half of the Northwest
quarter ot Section 5, Township 15 (except one-half acre thereof) ln the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title no. 430F, issued ln the
name of Catherine Oliver, bas been
filed in tbis office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certiorate, unlesa
In Ihe meantime valid objection be
made to me iu trrltliffi,
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Lend Registry oTIce. New Westminster, tt. C, April 22. 1012.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City
of N'ew Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say: To
seed, cover with mould and plant
shade trees on the boulevard on Third
Street from Royal Avenue to Sixth
Avenue.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and the City
Assessor having reported to the
Council In accordance with the provisions of the said by-law upon tho
said works giving statements showing the amounts estimated to be
chargeable against the various rations of real property to be benefited
by thc said works and other particu
lars and the said reports of the said
City Engineer nud City Asse?sor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice ls hereby given that the said
reports are open for Inspection at the
office of tbe City Assessor. City Hall.
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B.C., and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of
the owners of the laud or real property to be assessed as charged in
respect of such workB representing al
least one half in value thereof is presented to tie Council within fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions aa to the payment of tho cost
of such Improvements as the Council may by by-law In that behalf
regulate and determine und also to
make lhe said assessment.
Dated this Eighth dny of May, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Date of flrut ;ublication May 9, 1012.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated.Waters
Manufactured by
Mm HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
rslaohons R 113. Office: Princess 8t
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Torfjct fit and workmanship guar-
an:oe<J..
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the clty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM PSPOT. -j
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given. r
214 Sixth Avenue. Phene 5S7
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C*
Westminster Junk Company
Will ghe you a square   deal   on all
Junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
TRY
Tm
TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-Cldss Fit
and Work Guaranteed.
ON GliOING CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnls St., City.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDER8 ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS RELATIONS.
,    THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST ��5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B   C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY,  MANAGER
J
'���"'. nUBB EIGHT
��**
WESTMINSTER 7^* keWS
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
fi
WE HAVE  A    COMPLETE    STOCK
���OF���
Coat Hangers
Strainers
Toasters
Egg Beaters
Pie Holders
Bottle Carriers
'   EVERYTHING IN WIRE GOODS
���SOLD  BY���
Anderson & Lusby
B. &.M. FISH
Red Bprtog Salmon ....2 lbs. for 25c
Fresli HhUbut   3 lbs. for 26c
Fifth Cod (hnir or wholel. per lh. 2Sc
Prfesh Herring  '������ *l lbs. for 2Bc
Royal Sluigeon, ier lb Wc
Pal;  Rallbut, per lh ��5c
Dill  1 ickles, per dozen   25c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
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City News
The market will ha held on Thursday in next week instead of cn Friday, as that day ls kmpire Day.
Eighth Btreet Bakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A. Hardman. Pbone L1S9.
Mr. .T. M. Welsh, of Eburne. was in
8 MissCaveBrowne;.uve
L. R. A. M.        A., R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
of Mii'-j.ctfms  (England).
(Success to Mrs. lleginald Dodd.)   |
i Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
! Singing,   Theory,   Harmony,
Counterpoint    and   Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
Seattle. .  .   . ���
OTJSMIlHCoi,
THE GREAT NOW IS HERE. VS
THE MATTER OF INSURANCE
THERE IS NO OTHER TIME. I ON-
SURE AGAINST LOSS THROUGH
FIRE, ACCIDENT, ILLNESS, THEFT
AND DEATH. CAN TOU AFFORD
TO TAKE CHANCES ON TODH
LIFE AND PROPERTY.
Mr. Ge. j Eowell has been ap-,
pointed a justice of tbe peace in thej
New Westminster city electoral dis-���
trict.
i
Mesfr3. A. Sedgley and Percy Porter will leave town shortly cn a holi- i
day trip    to   Vancouver    is!.u;;|    nftA ���
coast points, j
Mr. 3. ft. CoOrt yCs'.efdf.r received a
telegram announcing thfc ne,vs of the
death of bis mother W G'iclnh, Out.
'Mrs. Coon was 81 joins cf aye.
The Baptist Youn-; People's Y'V.ion
baa engaged a special ear for a trii
mm
Expert repairing of American, English
��nd Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed,
rices
At
ITH'S
Ml Front Street.     Near City Market.
to Vancouver on May 24. It is planned; *'Tahe yOU JOUT instTU
to have a good Ume In Stanley park.
Mall orders Tor the "Spring Mali"
are already being receive! by Manager Tidy. This popular musical
comedy will be here on June 17.
Mrs. Melville Mllnes Is building a
very nice bungalow on Fifth avenue
between First anl Second Etreets
Mrs. Milnes Is the daughter of the
late Mr. 11. O. Brown.
Th�� newly organizes order o:
Moose has leased the quarters ove;
the store of W. E. Sinclair nn I Is
fitting thera up for du'b quarters.
Alfred W. McLeod
��57 CeVimibla St.,
Phone  S2. New  Westm<weter
Start That
Savings
Account
Today
4% ALLOWED
The lumber ftr the'Bbed rn tbe ne .���.
C. P. R. wharf is already on the
ground and carpenters arc busy retting things in shape for its erection.
The ladies of tl'e Altar society of
St. Peter's cathedral will hold a sa'e
of work in St. Patrick's hall on Tjo?-
day next A carl party will be given
in the evening.
What is said to be the largest bill
posting si?n on the Pacific coast is
lieinK erected cn Twelfth street. The
frame work Is lo he -100 teet 1cm:. and
will be in sections.
A general clean up is lxrins affected
i:t the Carnegie library ir: tiv way o:
a spring visitation. Some paint wll1
bf, applied and tbe '���   Jle place over
:;ri-.iJeii  frcm the  basunrenl  up.
Dr.  Hugh  L. Dickey, or' Vancouver
the we'll known eye. ear,    nose    an;'.
throat specialist, pall Ma upua'l week-1
Iy  \isit~to  the -Hotel  Riml'cII  yester-
dav. *���
Tlie     Women's    /.-n.-.Ttiary    of    the
Royal   Columbian   licwrr'Hl   wfll   moei
t  .'( nday afternoon at 2 o'clock In 1
the '<oav.\ of trade room. Nonttnaflon* I
tov fr* ena'ilng term are to be xan.it
at this meeting.
Mr. Frank Summers leaves tonight
on ���> holiday trio to his former boxnr
In Moncton,  N.R.    ''������ o-iects to be
s v':v  a
'.''. P. R.   and   return    through   thc
ments, play you the whiles'*
TAMING  OF  THE  SHREW.
Lessons    on    the    EANJO,    ZITHER
BANJO, MANDOLIN and GUITAR
���BY���
"Dick"G. Lawrence
For terms, Apply at Todd's or Major's
Music  Houses.
Rev. J. S. Henderson has been
gazetted honorary captain in the 104th
icgimeiti, New Westminster.
King up L'184 and have Manager
Tidy reserve 3 our sea! for "Casey
Jones." Monday night. Prices Uj
eents and $1.00." **
Mr. T. D. Coldicott has returned
rrom an auto trip down to Seattle. He
states that the roads on the other
side are in good shape, hut that those
on the Cana linn side are very rough
indeed.
OUTS|r|c.  JOU��t"AL8   BEGIN
TO   NOTICE   WESTMINSTER
New  Westminster  Is  be!n:j advo"-
Used    through  the  mediums    of the
many influential journals throughout
the  Easl  ns ie\er hefore.     The ne.v
industrial  r;r.d    civi*   Improvements
i-i the harbor   flans  aie awakening
the ca- italistic class to the many op-
������"-tunit'c:-:  no"-  to  be   found   in  the
city  and  vicinity.    It  ba3   been    noticed in several  of the financial journals recently to hnnd. Ihat the harbor
improvement   plans   are   hnvlnsr   spo-
clal mention, ami developments alon*.
f.its     line  ar��  doing  mora  to    make
known to the world the spirit ot i ro-
Ri-ess now being enjoyed in tills city
than any steps heretofore taken.
Prepare for Summer Now
Sewing time and home renovating time comes now
before the oppressive heat of the summer begins to
make every kind of work a burden. Saturday's re-
. markable list of special selling offers, only a few of
which are mentioned here, affords dozens of opportunities for economical buying that call for immediate
action.
Two Remarkable Waist
Specials
A beautiful range of Tailorel and Lingerie Waists,
developed in mus'ins, vestings and linens: embroidered and tucked fronts; all neat styles; sizes
34 to It);  values regular to $2.50.    Saturday,  ..$1.45
BLACK WA'STS, ��rj-.
Women's  Bia k Muslin Waists;  shirt    styles;    lace
t.irnueJ;   size     ,-i  iO  !.;   values    regular    to $1.50.
Saturday,   ea  h S5c
SATURDAY  IS  WASH  GOODS DAY.
Many  Buying  Inducements.
F^itcy Colored and      White     D!e;s     Muslins   and
Dimltys; In fancy figuied, Horal an.l striite effects:
'showing many pretty effects;    widths    L'7    inches;
values regular i,">c   Saturday, per yard   12'/to
Charming display of Cotton Voiles; shown in plain
and fa;;'"/ stripe interns; good selection of colorings; widths JS Inches; values regular 35c. Saturday,  per yard 27'/g0
Extra Special Hosiery
Offering, 2 Pairs 45c
The greatest   Hosiery sale of the season, and Just
the   soit   needed   for  present  wear;   shop early  as
there is only   a limited    quantity    selling at    this
price.
Women's Fine Cctton Hose; in shades of Mack and
���tan, with cashmere soles and heels; fully fashioned;
sb:es Mi  to 9%;     values    regular    i
two pairs for	
Saturday
 45;
HOUSE   DRESSES   MARKED  LOW, $2.25"
Women's   Iloure Dresses, in a variety of pretty was':
percales)   shown ln shades   of   pink,   si<y,   green,
greys, etc.:  ma (to wiih Dntch r"r'*: nnd belt etreets;
short sleeve;  values to $2,76. Saturday, each.. $2 23
MILLINERY  BARGAINS, $5.75.
For (|uick sell ing Saturday the balance of our ready-
to-wear   ML ll/i ery:    comprising    about    two    dozen
models;   ranging in pilce to $16.00. Saturday ..$5.70
States.
ON ALL DEPOSITS
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
FOR RENT
DOMINION TRUST CO.
New Westminster, B.C.
Fishermen's opeoal   Patronized.
From the   numerous   enquiries   re-
miner i nd will go via the | ceived at the local o'Tices or the B. C.
E. R��� tho fishermen's- special next,
Sunday is : olng to be a popular andj
well i atronived car. This new service will afford fishermen and picnic
parties a splendid opportunity of
spending n wlvohs day out at tbe different streams. It will also be a convenience to tliose wishing to spend a
couple of hours out on this popular
line, tiie umnd trip, 40 miles, being
made tn two hours and ten minutes.
Cars will make stops at all station*
and will leave N'ew Westminster ct
8 a. m., 12 noon, 2:30 -p. m. and 5
p. m., returning leave Sperling at
9:10 a. m��� 1.10 p. m., 3:40 p. m., and
0:10 p. m.
USE
Na-Dru-Co
ROSE TALCUM POWDER
and
Ruby Rose Cold Cream
Sec Our Window
MUfR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Heaiie Hlock.   441 Columbia Bt.
New Westminster, D.C,
Tet another eb"r-'i bo'1"' '""���
chosen the ftoysa 'Ctty for its lheetins
place. The Bajflttst convention 01
British Columbia will meet here next
month Instead ��f at Chilliwack as
had formerly been arrange:!,
At the recent Me Bavint tests beld
a-t ihe Y. M. C. A. tbe following members of tbe H'is'h Bchool passed successfully, Messrs. R. Gilley, I). Trapp,
R. Whitaker, D. Rolison, G. Trapp. (J.
Sangftter, N. McAllister and J. Allison.
The school board lias agreed to art
upon the suggestions of the butiOtng
Inspector concerning the builflinp or
the new schools. They have awarded
the tender for school teacher's des'<?
lo .Messrs. Denny ft Hoss, and fcr
kindergarten tables to the Westminster Woodworking coru;.any.
How about yonr garden ? Ring up
phone L 181 and p.et Tidv. tiie llorist.
to 't'��o!e you pi ices on the best slock
that is grown in the country. The;
make a specialty of banging basket*
and window boxes. ����
There was r.o damage dene to the
machinery In the recent fire at the
Victoria shingle mill on David street
Victoria, although the roof was burned off. Tbe principal owner of tht
property Is Mr. F. L. Johnson, whose
well known shingle machinery lv
manufactured here    by    the Schaake
Machine works.
Mr. Ralph Smith has been ordered
by his doctor to take a long reft and
will probably leave for the south
shortly. I!e has disposed of liis interest in the f'liblic Supply store 10
Mr, Stanley K. Briggs, wiio is well
known as a groreryman in tlie city.
Mr, I.. Adams and Mr. Briggs will
��� henceforward conduct the business.
MAXIMUM   PENALTY   FOR
CRUELTY  TO   HORSE
If what Mr. William Wiiuht says of
the condition of farmers' horses in
Delta be correct, it 13 likely tin: ihe
S. P. C. A. will find lots of work cn
its hands oat Iheie. .Mv. VtTi'lgtt is a
farmer living near Ladner. and yesterday plea .led guilty In the stipendiary magistrate's com.* to a charge
of cruelty !o animals. Mr. George K.
McCrea, acting for the society, /ind
Dr. L. D. Swenerton, a veterinary
surgeon, of Vancouver, gave evidence
showing thnt thc horse In question
had several sees on its shoulders
while being workc 1.
Mr. Wright said that at seeding
time this was a usual thing among
tbe farmers of Delta. Magistrate
Clute imposed the n aximum penalty
of JHti and costs.
I������ 251
rvsatiun j&&- I
'*r   STOAiiaa
New 6 Roomed Modern House
Situated clcse to Moody Park, east side; full
concrete basement, cement floor, laundry
tubs, fireplace, etc. This is a good buy.
Price $4,000, small cash payment, balance
arranged. ' Ref. 512
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street - New Westminster
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED,
S3 %,J
The Men's Hible Sundav class will
meet at the Y. M. C. A. as usual on
Sunday morning at 0:15 All are Invited to attend. The officers of the
class are: PreaWent, Mr, r. it. Max-
well; vice-president, Mr. a. fiedgeleyi
secretary-treasurer, Mr. .1. Evans;
leader. Mr. f. o. Canfield; pianist,
Mr. W. I!. Cray
The Overseas club hold another ol
Iheir very pleasant lni.lr.e drives lasi
nlplif.    Tbls time the function    took
!"���.,���'.��� al   the home of  Mr.  McMillan
in ini Ipal or the i i sh school, and    n
ia : <��� number ol peieona -.v: s present
Everybody enjoyed   themselves   nnd
11 .-ibsc-ci a very merry evening,   Tiiere
'���'''   music itnd   r,ongs   ns   v.. 11   as I
hriii.i.   For thn latter the ti"-- ,-iDe
was won bj   . Ir3   M( Fee, b! F 'nioivh, '
and tti*  booby pii.e by  Miss .*'< l> I
Da\i����GU.
ACREAGE
Well located liurnaby acreage Is getting scarce and Hite most good
things is In pretty strong demand, it wont be long before almost
every ucic between Westminster and Vancouver win bave been subdivided Into lots and then the fortunate owner nr a few broad acres
will bo able to get almost uny price he may rare to aik.
Five Acres
Overlooking Burnaby Lake
between Hastings road and the Burnaby Lal;e tram line, Is about the
last piece of acreage left at a reasonable price, Burnaby Lake pro-
perty is selling at from $3000 per acre and up. We can quote a pi Ico
away below that, und v,<. can give pood terms.
nn m II
in
F* i. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTA3LISHED 1891.
We write  Tire, Life, Accident,  employers' Liability,    Autimobi:e
and Marine Insurance.
.
Buy a Bee and      I
Get the Honey
FOR SALE
Two extra  large lots,  corner 18th
and Nanaimo streeets;
$3200
1-3 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Two full sized lots on 18th street and
Seventh avenue,
$2500
Frank B. Ennis
8 Begbie street I
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