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produce.
Th
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or    Biuall    wants
at
small
cost.
ftjetors
*��V 'JA,i�� 'VlCeaifier Today.
~r-~httrtf' Weatmlnster and  the  lower
mainland    Light to moderate wimta.
Unsettled with showers.    Not much
change in temperature.
VOLUME8,   NUMBER   70.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY   MORNING, MAY  30,   1913.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS
SPIKED DOWN TO
BIG WORLD MAP
PUT IT DOWN IN       [FUNERAL SILENCE    Mil GUARDIAN GOING HOT AFTER   TAYLOR OR SMITH
assignment BOOK;   AS SENATE VOTES       mmm:   PALM OIL LOBBY
Sinning    of    Harbor    Bill
Makes    Westminster
Great Port.
Steffanson Promises Newspapermen a
Good  Story  Some Time
In 1016.
Mayor   Wires   Newa   from   Ottawa���
Board of Trade Prealdent Point*
to Itt Importance.
Actin?  Mayor   Kellington  has    received a telegram   from   Mayor Cray
confirming   the   Intelligence   that  the;
royal  assent has  been  given  to    the
harbor bill  and  the  crown  grant  is.
now  in transit  to  New  Westminster.
The great significance of this   fact.
according to one ratepayer, and    its
greater import does not seem yet   to
have   completely    soaked    into    the i
minds of the people of New Westmin- \
Bter.    It means that the harbor'coin-
mission    bill,     having    received     tin-
royal   assent,   is   now   a   law   on     the
statutes of ihe  Dominion of Canada
and  the harbor of  New  Wesinilnslet
is one of its great  recognized nation-!
al ports
The effect  of this can  hardly    be
over estimated.    It  is evidence that :
the   federal     government     recognizes
lhe Importance of this harbor and will i
give  It  the  necessary   support    and
enable the work to proceed to a llttlne ���
conclusion.
"The announcement." said Presl-
dent Lee. of the board of trade, "is
certain!) deserving of an enthusiastic
display of appreciation by the citizens ;
ol New Westminster, aud, instead of
being received as a matter of course j
should inspire a fresh spirit in civic
life und create an optimism Worthy ol
tho occasion.
"lt  is  hoped   everybody  will  'buck
up' and evince a due appreciation and I
realization   of   what     their     heritage ;
portends.
"Oue thing sure Is that once there
are the signs of the early construction
i f the main harbor. New Westminster
will   have   more   applications   for    in
dustrlsl sites than  liritish Columbia
has ever known  before."
BUY HOME GOODS
STARTING TODAY
Ottawa, May 29.���VJhalmar Staffan
son, who will take a large expedition
lo the Arctic regions to try to dls
cover new territory measuring nearly
a million square miles ln area, believed to be a suburb or subdivision
of the north pole, for the Dominion
government, left Ottawa tonight en
route to join his ship, the Karluk, at
Esquimau, B.C, He will sail for the
frigid zone between June 5 and 10. Hc
said good-bye to his friends in thu
city and will not sir them again for
Hirer, years and n half, as he intends
to be away on his voyage of discovery
until November, 1918. He will spend
tomorrow in Toronto consulting wltb
a few scientific friends there, ln the
evening he leavea for Winnipeg, where
he will address the Canadian club before he goes to -866 his mother al
Saskatoen. About two days will be
spent there and then he goes through
io the Pacific coast.
"Good-bye," he said to the newspapermen, "I hope to see you and give
you a good story in November, 1916.
li is not likely much will be heard
from us for a long time after we leave
Esquimau."
Air of Crisis Pervades Upper House as Naval Bill
Is Buried.
Highwaymen    Commit    Murder,    But
Fall to Connect with tha
Swag.
Will HAD THEM
Ross  Amendment Carries  51  to  27-
Gallerles Crowded���Two  Senators Change Sides.
LaSalle, 111., May 29.- Four mask'*.*]
bandits held up a party carrying the
semimonthly pay roll of the Illinois
Zinc company, live miles southeast of
U. S. Upper House Will Investigate   Influences
Against Tariff Bill.
8uch Are Reports from the Provincial
Liberal  Convention  in   Session
at Revelstoke,
Revelstoke,  May
-The gates of
POINTS PROTEST
BY RESIGNING
Assistant Principal of Upper Grades Asks for His
Passport.
here,  today,  kill!
wounding  three
mond,   a   civil
company,  who
, the 16000 pay n
one man and
F. D. Rlch-
x cf the zinc
ounded, saved
a wdd dash un-
President   Wilson   Behind   Move
Resdy to Furnish Names If
Necessary.
and
WHEN ANGEIONI
BOUGHT HIS WOOD
Everything  Looks  Fine for  Movement
���Luncheon   at   Noon   Today���
Dig Window Displays.
Today is the Inauguration of the big
Duy Home Products exhibition in the
eity
Practically everything required in
ihe way of home grown and manufactured merchandise, Kraser valley and
provincial,  will  be ou  show   in  the
store.;
The objeel of the exhibition, the encouragement of home Industries, has
been taken up with the utmost enthu-
i.insm by the merchants of the city and
it wil' l." nn education to ninny to
learn tew many of their needs can
be supplied direct from llie home pro
ducer. Kdll les. drinkables, clothing,
ornamental and useful articles of
every description, stationery, household furnishings, building materials,
tools and machinery, all will be shown
A  permanent   Industrial   exhibition
homed   in  adequate   and   readily   in*
cessible premises will most probably
follow this initial effort in lhe promotion of buying home products and cul
tivatlon of Hie local purchasing cult
The exhibition will hist three days
Ti day lln* ' principal function
will be ile- luncheon to Professor Hill-
Tout, of abbotsford, given by the Progressive association, at which thnl
-gentleman will deliver nn address
dealing generally with the subject of
ro operation    between    producer and
consumer.
The omens augur well for the success of the whole movement
BUILT IN B. C. CRAFT
GOES OUT NORTHWARD
Victoria. H. C. May 2t> Hn her first
trip In this Bervlce Ihe Kstevan. Cap
tain Karnes, left Tuesday night for
the north, taking a number of aids to
navigation to be Installed nt several
points. She also will carry out a gen-
eral overhaul of Ihe day marks und
beacons, wherever required,
This evi nt is nn Important one in
the  development   of  the   marine  and
fisheries department In BrltlBh Colum
blan  waters ns  it  marks    the    commencement in service of a Canadian-
built vessel ns a tender for the depart
ment
Purchase Cost Him What He Paid for
It,  Together with Charges of
the  Court.
His honor Judge Iloway tried and
decided three civil actions in tin.*
county coint yesterday.
Robert Hawthorne, farmer. Coquitlam. sued EleSlo Angeloni, an Italian
storekeeper. Port f oquillam. for $114.
the value of $18,000 feet of lumber.
BTom the evidence of Mr, Hawthorne, it was shown ihat the defend-
am had purchased from Iwo ui,known
men cordwood sawn from logs stolen
rrom ilu- banks of th-- Coqultlam
river und belonging to plaintiff. Mr
Hawthorne discovered hiB private
marks on a portion of the cut wood
stacked in 13 cords.
Mr. Poller, for the defence, urged
that  the action ought to be dismissed
because ui tin- negligence of Mr. Haw*,
thorne in not preventing tho lumber
being taken away.
Mr. Mclntyre, Port Coqultlam, for
plaintiff, quoted authorities to show
that Mr. Hawthorne WM entitled to
snecei d because property of this description could not \jo separated and
ihe presumption w-ns that If some of
the wood was marki d with Mr. Hawthorne's stamp, the rest of it belonged t" the same logs.
The court gave judgment for plaintiff for (72 and costs. Mr. Hawthorne
had nol allowed for sawage and as
his price from the Brunette mills was
$6 per 1000 feet, he would mil allow
him  a  higher rate.
It was a hard case so far as An
geliMii. the defendant was concerned.
He bought this wood from some persons who had nu right to it- practically Btole It���and disposed of it before lu* knew ibe verniers were so
placed, bin Ihe law ruled that if a
man bought something from another
who had no title to It and then dls
posed of it, even If Ile did not know
lha' i! In longed to a third party, he
was nevertheless liable. The Judge
was sorry fm- defendant, as he ft li
he was not.to blame and hoped he
would have an opportunity of getting
ai Hie men who had Bold him the
wood.
Ottawa. May 30.��� By a vote of al to
27 the senate at 12:30 this morning
passed the Horr amendment lo the
Naval bill and went on record as favoring Its reference to the Canadian
people. There was only one defection
from the Liberal ranks and one from
the Conservatives, Senitor KHiB, St.
John, Nil., voting against tin- Ross
amendment, while Senator Mont-
plainer, of Quebec, voted with the Liberals.
Voting came after speeches had
been made by Senator Dandurand and
Sir Mackenzie Bowell, who, despite
his 91 years, spoke for nearly an hour
and a half in defence of the bill while
the debate closed with a speech from
Hon. John Costlgan.
A large crowd gathered in the galleries, among whom were many members of the commons. Absolute silence relgntd during the voting and
there was no semblance of any demonstration when lhe result was announced.
Warm at Times.
At times during the day the debate
in  the Fenate waxed  fairly  warm.
"We have popes, moderators, ministers, clergymen, priests and bishops
praying for peace." declared Senator
Cloran, "and politicians urging us to
prepare for war. Kor whom are the
politicians talking' Por the selfish
interests who would exploit the honor
of the empire and the lives of Its citizens fer their own monetary advantage. Canada haB no m need of a
navy than the pun has ni i d of a star
to glvi  it llghl "
Senator McKeen gave unqualified
approval   of   the   bill.      lis   rejection
by the senate would, In his opinion,
be a calamity and retard the progress
cf the empire for years to come The
admiralty had plainly intimated that
In lp was needed and It waB Canada's
duty to nial'e return for the many
sacrifices .*f the mother country mi
her    behalf
Continual Emergency.
There was much misconception aB
to the emergency, lt might be that
there was .more or less of a ecare at
the time the hill was Introduced hut
in affairs of nations conditions were
emergencies. It was contended by
those who studied history that there
had been no week without an emergency during the past Son years. Every
warlike incident in blBtory had demonstrated the suddenness with which
.-! nflicl w*as precipitated. "If we
knew the secrets of diplomacy." said
Senator Mi-Keen, "we would be
startled to see how ofter war has been
julR averted."
He quoted statistics to show the
relative progress of the naval strength
of the world -(lowers and argued that
Britain must maintain her supremacy
il,- recognised that the bill was going down to defeat, but t',.ose who
supported it would have the satisfaction of knowing that their votes received tin* approbation of Canada and
the whole empire ot th- liritish domain.
der fire. The robbers escaped. Money
to meet tlle pay roll waa being sent
to the Hlaek Hollow mine in two bug-
gles in charge of four men. A mile
from the mine the robbers sprang
from the underbrush and opened fire
with automatic shotguns. Ren Dlerks,
formerly chief of police of Peru. 111.,
who was driving the second buggy,
fell dead at tbe first lire. A clerk
who was in the first buggy with Richmond waa dangerously wounded at
the first volley, but Richmond snatched up the reins and made a dash for
the mine. All four robbers turned
ihelr guiiB on him. but he escaped
with minor wounds in the back. Wheu
the robbers saw that he had made
good his getaway they abandoned tbe
second buggy aud fled into the woods.
Henry Osterle, a clerk who had
heen riding with Dlerks, recovered
the reins when the latter fell dead,
and followed Richmond to the mine.
He was wounded in the head, arm
and side, but his condition is not
serious. West, shot in the head and
chest, may die.
Posses from Peru and LaSalle took
the trail of the robbers and the miner*.;
also are conducting a search.
Washington, May 29.���After a sharp
the ciiy were opened wide here today when Mayor Kirkpatrlck, on be-'
half of the citizens, tendered an address of welcome to the visiting dele-
gates of the Liberal party cf British |
Columbia, which holds ItB annual convention here, commencing tomorrow
morning.
Owing  to  the  late  arrival of    the
coast  delegates,  the   business  Bitting
Correspondence In "that  High ffi Iml
Business"���Action for Damages
May Result
debate over terms, the senate adopt- | dld~not conunence'uiitifs o:clock'tbl9
ed   a   resolution   tonight,   instructing
the   judiciary   committee   to   invests
gate the charge that a lobby la being
maintained in Washington   or   elsewhere to influence pending legislation,
with particular emphasis upon its ef-,,.
forts   for  or  against   the   Underwood     a ,.01
tariff bill now before the finance committee     The resolution was in direct
response   to   the   Btat"me'jt   made   by-
President Wilson that    an    insidious
lobby with plenty of money was operating  against  the  tariff  bill.
President Wilson, in his talk with
newspaper correspondents today declared he was In sympathy with the
proposed investigation and would be
glad to furnish the names of the
lobbyists to whom he referred, lf
"public necessity required."
Under the resolution the Judiciary
committee is directed to report its
findings within ten days and hearings
probably  will  begin at once.
afurnoon.
The chief hem  to  be  settled    on
Friday  is  the  selection   of  a  provincial  Liberal leader,
present   time   c*ntri
K.C. and Ralph Smith, both
or Vancouver, and both of whom
have a stroiii.' list of supporters. John
Olivi r, cf Delta, is considered out
"As a protest against the manner
In which the school board have dealt
with this Investigation I resigned today." Thia waa tho statement mad.-.
yesterday by W. R. Anderson, assLtft-
The fight "at the ant principal of the New Westminater
arcund   S.   S.  hiK>' school.
"At the investigationo I told Hh;
beerd that it would be impossible Tor
me to work under Mr. McMillan after
he   had   made charges of  dishonesty
name for leader.
"Votes for womtn" and provincial
treasury aid to settlerB for land
Clearing purposes are almost certain
to be Included in the Liberal platform, which promises to be even
more lengthy ihan the one adopted
In Vancouver.
BIG (ATTIE DRIVE
ACROSS BORDER
CHANGE CIRCUITS
FOR MORE LIGHT
ABOUT READY EOR
BIG CELEBRATION
Voltage   Being   Stepped   Up   and  City
Will Soon Have Heavy Arc
Capacity.
Mysterious  Round-up of Thousands of
Head   Being   Investigated   by
Mounted   Police.
An   important  change
ing circuits  In  the city
yesterday when the city
partment  altered   the
Sapperton   lines   from
in the li;;ht-
was effected
electrical de
current,  of  the
1000  volts    to
Colli bridge. May 2!>.���Long standing
trouble between homesteaders and
large stock raisers south of Magraih
came to a climax Wednesday night,
when about 3000 head of cattle and
horses were rounded up and driven
across the border into Montana.
Homesteaders declare the affair was
pulled olT by lilood Indians, who are
said to bear a grudge owing to two
of their number having been sentenced  for horse stealing.
The homesteaders, however, have
lieen bo enraged about the stock
ranging over iheir crops that they are
considered fully capable of the deed.
Evidently a large number of men
took pari in the round up and tlie
owners are getting the mounted police
to  investigate.
The heavy losers are said to be the
Mclntyre and  Page companies.
300", ar t
same time connecting the
he running and little is heard of his aiKi    incompetency    against    me and
that there were only two way* oT
disposing of the matter; either to ask
for my resignation or for the rusiBna-
tion of Mr.  McMillan.
"According to the reports tc-div
they did nct do this, but have endeavored to make an amicable settlement between myself and the principal, a settlement which cannot lm
reached until the charges are either
proved to be absolutely false or aro
substantiated.
Serious Charge*.
"If charges of dishonesty or incum
petency had been substantiated. 1
have no doubt the board would have
asked for my resignation and quitst
rightly too. but UiIb has not been dono
and I am prepared to prove that they
, are not true, in which 1 think the*-
l records will bear me out.
"To say that there wcre no charges*.
of dishonesty is hardly correct us the*
coilowlng clause from the letter written by Mr. McMillan will shew: 'Mr.
Anderson's conduct towards pupils in
1911 caused me much annoyance. l"t*ur-
ents complained that he naught aoon?
of ihe third year students their Latin
out of hours for fee. Theso students
succeeded in their examinations*
while most of the others failed. Sobik
parenis declared that Mr. Anderson
showed no interest in their children,
that indeed he declared be did no��.
care whether or hot they succeed-**!.
*******
Arrangements   Almost   Complete
Anniversary   of   Party-Line
Government.
for
Preparations are now pretty well
complete for a cordial welcome to be
extended next Monday evening to the
premier. Sir Richard McBride, and
members of the provincial cabinet
who will be guests of honor in the
Royal City, The committee In charge
have received assurances from all
parts of ihe province thai large numbers are planning to come to New
Westminster to take part In tbe cele-
Queensborough  lines  with    those    ot \ hratlcn of the conclusion of ten years   , had t0     lacate the parenU>
Sapperton.    By  this means tbe num-i��'  ft"*   government   In   British   Co-  u   ,, ggj
���   r ..." - I lMMMfl W-itli      i      nrtrwi      ott u t-.il onn��      nf  ; '
Helping   Hon.   Mr.  White.
Ottawa, May 29. The department
Of finance has received (361 as conscience money from nu anonymous
correspondf-nt. The envelope was
postmarked  Halifax.
Hanging Too Good.
Saskatoon, May 2H. Jesse Hammond, of Wynyard, Sask.. charged
with the murder of bla new bom
child on August 'J-. 1911, war. found
guilty here today and sentenced to
h- hanged on August 14. Both the
prisoner's wife and sister-in-law testified against the prisoner, stating that
he had taken the child out nnd that
they had never seen it af:cr.
ber of lights on the circuit can be
increased. Heretofore only 50 arcs
could be carried witb safety, while Co
will now be the minimum number.
The change was worked by means
of transformers stepping up the voltage and it is worthy of mention that
while it cost Vancouver an average
of $4000 each to make such altera-
' tion, yesterdays work was put
through without a hitch and no burn
outs occurred  in  the transformers.
This  will  allow the department an
opportunity    of    changing    the other
four circuits In the city, for ndditional *
lights can be placed on ihe L'OOO volt
circuit  during the  time  the  work  ls j
in  progress.
Alderman   Lynch,  chairman   of   ihe
light  committee, says that  the    west ,
end  circuit   will   be   the  next   to     be
attempted and when every one of the :
five areas are changed  to lhe higher;
voltage the department will be in a
position to place a light at every corner should  ll  be necessary
C
Gets One Year,
leary. May 29.���Fred Konfrtan-
tine, bandit, who held up and robbed
three men In a hox enr Wednesday
night was sentenced to one year In
the pen today.
UP  SHE   GOE3.
Wlll Go to Work.
San Francisco, Maj 29. Waiter Mo-
Arthur, f"r many years editor of the
Coasl Seamen's Journal, the official
organ of the Sailors' union of the Pacific, will niire next Monday to as
Bume the duties of shipping commissioner al ibis port
Out of Cement.
Moose Jaw. May 20. The city has
run completelj out of cement, practically no orders helng filled by the
supply companies today, who claim
that the big houses are too slow In
shipments The result Is thai the dls.
irict tributary to Moose Jaw is also
affected.
Eager to Hang Him.
Regina, May 2v. Cullty of manslaughter, with a recommendation
that the extreme penalty of the law
he imposed, such was the verdict returned this afternoon in the cubp of
Fred (Ionian, charged with the murder
of Prank Shalewskl lu the east end.
last November.
lumbia.    With a good  attendance  of
citizens it is expected that the horse '
show arena will be tilled to capacity.
The approach of thiB celebration recalls that occasion in provincial history a decade ago when Hon. Richard
McBride was called  upon to form    a
government.   Th,? crisis in affairs at
ihe capital  was reached  on  June  1.
Ili03.   when   the   liteuenant  governor.
Sir  Henry  July,    dismissed    Colonel
] Prior from office, and  following    the
'constitutional course sent fer Mr. Mc-
tlride  leader of the opposition. Shortly before 2 o'clock that -afternoon lie
w-as sworn in as premier,   Tha' ever
ing at a  caucus  of  his  supporters  i'
was  decided  after a   lengthy  session
that the government should be along
party lines.
On the following day. June 2, Captain Tatlow waa sworn in as president
ol the council and a committee was
appointed to revise the estimates. On
June 4 the new ministers and McBride cabinet were given the oath of
office. Captain Tatlow being minister
of finance; Mr. P. R, Green, minister
of mines; Mr. A. E. McPiiillips, attorney general.
The first public declaration of
policy after Premier McBride assumed
office was made- on Columbia street
In this city on the evening of June -8
1903, at an open
i in Ins honor
"I will quot you now." said Mr.
Anderson, "tbe clause in my letter
written to the board of school trustees, answering that particular charge
made by Mr. McMillan*.
" 'Dishonesty Is the last, and most
serious  charge nnd  as  it   is  not  laid
directly, I consider it is the more c-il-
c,slated to harm. Note Mr. McMillan's
exac:  words. Parents complained that
lie  taught some of    the    third    year
students out of hours for fees. Vhe-mt
Students succee-ded In  tlieir exmntua-
tions.    while    moat    of    the    ethers*;
failed.    I most emphatically deny lhat
there is a word of truth in thia state
ment and I am prepared to buck my
denial  by  affidavit' "
At tlle meeting of the sohool boardr
on Wednesday evening tlio ma-U-er
wai discussed and It is stated that it
was decided to endeavor tn arraHe*---
an amicable settlement between th*?-
teachers It is also stated that it tiu
Considered that both the teachers ttx*-.'
competent and that It la desiruMe t����
retain Iheir services. A mediae nili
be held this evening, however, wheu
the resignation of Mr. And .--.ion will
be considered.
Tutored Chairman's Children.
Mr,   Anderson  does   not   deny  tkat
he lias tutored for fees siuco coral-sis'.
air  reception  given  to New Weistmlos'er, as, ���.in- fo-Steviruse.
statement made to   Xhi:-   itatxfH,   etBU
Bank
New    Wectmlnttcr   Climbs
Clearing Scale.
Toronto,  Maj   29    Canadian    bank
clearings for the week ending May 29,
five li-iv:--, as compared with the corresponding period of 101". are as ful-
IS NEW WESTMINSTER FIRST WITH YOU ?
The principal speakers at the meet-'show:
ing   Monday   evening     will     be     Sir "1   do   not  deny,  however,  that    1
Richard McBride,  Hen.  W   J.  Bowser have done tutoring for money durins
and   Hon.   W.   R.   Ross.    It   Is  anticl- the   years  I    have    taught    here.    1
pated   that    the   premier may   make tutored in 1911, Dorothy and Donovan
.some important announcements as to Trapp. three e��-snings��t��-er wc-ek^jur
the  future  policy  of  the  government four montha. when these pupils went
.lhere,    S:r   Richard   lias    on    several under thc instruction of Miss McfbaiJ
'occasions  selected  his  native city  as
the point  from  which to make    im
I portant government declarations.
Rioting In Tokio.
Sun Francisco. May 2'i. As a resull
or Ihe riots In Tokio last January
against the Kiitsurn ministry, 211 persons have been sentenced lo prison
terms ranging from ote to 1,1 years
nnd 88 others were fined, according
to advices received today by the Jap
anese-American, n local publication,
Several persons were killed during
the rioting nnd sroroR were Injured.
lo*
Montreal    ...
Toronto   ....
Winnipeg
Vancouver
Palgary   	
Ottawa 	
Kdmonton  .,
Victoria  ...
Hamilton ...
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It. glnn	
Halifax   ....
SI    1 "hn
London    ...
Moose   Jaw.
Fl   William
Westminster
l ethbrldge
Brandon   ,,.
Brantford   .
Mny  29,  '13 May .10, '12
, ,$46 161,668 �� 48,678,166
86,368,090
26,232,170
11,167,402
6,037,269
3,134,808
3 676,189
4,086,964
3,016,894
2,728,664
1,691,826
1,901,603
1,622,686
1,882.981
1,667,622
999,140
860,280
661.795
447,778
466,668
688,692
87,688,662
28,171,669
11.706.070
4,667,307
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2,662,643
2,681,786
1,908,028
1,669,627
1.071.050
1,606,226
1,884,679
991,484
1,262,422
600,614
r.si.sso
461,138
Totals
,$162,047,677 $168,984,969
More  Shooting.
Mexico City, Mny 29.    The bill it tt -
thorlllng    the    executive to call the
presidential  election  on  Oct.  20  wns
approved by the senate tonight  The
hill recently was paBsed by the chamber of deputies.
New  Track   In   Uae.
Vancouver,     Mny     20.    Coincident
wllh the coining Inly effect of the new
summer schedule on the C. P. it. the
recently completed section of the
double track between Mission nntl
Vancouver will be used by passenger
trains. Crushed rock from lhe C.P.R.
quarries at Nlcomen has been used
for ballasting the new section, while
during the past two weeks freight
trnfflc has been routed over the freBh
rails.
If any of New Westminster's manu
facttiring concerns or large employers
ef   labor,   after   employing   practically
the same force of employees yenr
after year, for a considerable pi Plod
of time, thus offering them ample encouragement to settle with their
families nnd hi longings In the vicinity
of ihelr labors; If. we say, after having cnlled into existence such conditions, they should suddenly announce
thai by employing outside element
they could effect a saving of from 5
to 10 per cent, in operating expenses,
al the same time declaring ihelr In-
I cut ion of so doing, do you not suppose that a wave of indignation would
at once ariRe, nnd though the suffer
ers In this case might know that ill"
employers were legally within their
rights, tliere would he none who
would not feel thnl the Canadian code
f ethics had been flagrantly violated?
t'i there net some analogy botwoon
turning aside from our local mer-
'���hints and following after better advertised if not strange goods ?
Af er a community has arisen frcm
some course or other a merchant, be.
fere opening a place of business,
takes Into consideration the annual
pay roll, nnd then draws his conclusions ns to the amount likely to be expended In the purchase of such
nrtieloR nn he Intends displaying for
mile. A fairly safe reckoning can be
mnde of the amount likely to he ex
pended, but owing to our proximity to
another city It Is much harder to estl-
mate tha amount that will be expended at home.
Now. granted lhe local dealer
handles hone.it gooda nt ft fair profit,
li Is ns Incumbent on the community
to patronize him as It ii on the manu-
facturlng oencern to continue tc en-
gage iis old employees, for lie is an
absolute essential to the life of the
community and his business is established on the basis of mutual advantage. We often hear persons complain
lng of the fabulous profits acquired
by our local dealers, Nearly always
this profit is grossly exaggerated, but
In case he dees realize a larger percentage of profit than some of us
could wish, we musl remember that
a greater volume of business will enable our dealer to net'an equally
large amount cl profit and at the
same time enable him to sell his
goodi lit greatly reduced prices.
Tin- profitf accruing from the first
ten thousand dollars Of sales will be
entirely dissipated In paying salaries,
rent, fuel and light bills and only on
what is sold above this figure the
dealer mny retain the profit for his
own use. Now it stands to reason. If
we as a community, could turn ten
thousand dollars more business his:
way, and withhold the half of thnl
amount he will be forced to mark his
goods at a much higher margin than
would he the ease Bhould we give hlm
ull our pnironago. It Ib almost Impossible for us to refrain from buying
a certain amount frnm our local
dialer, so would it not be better to
give hlm our fell patronage and thus
make It possible for him to sell the
goods wc mUBt buy from him at n
lower figure--
We venture ;o assert thnt we have
not a dealer in town who would no'
prefer making his annual profit
through the medium of Increased
sales and small profits, rather than
by a limited turn over and large pro
tits, and our practice of giving him
our full patronage would he met tn
return by an immediate reduction In
prices.
We  nre  Inclined   to  overlook     the
advantage to be derived from being
In n position lo meet the vendor after
we have purchased and utilized an
article and find it does not come up
to specifications. In such cases the
affair can be satisfactorily adjusted,
which obviously could not folio 4 were
the purchase made from an outside
source.
It Is scarcely necessary to draw attention to the benefit accruing to our
selves by leaving our money In our
own town, Increase in the volume
of business of our local merchants
meniiB more money devoted to salaries and reacts on the general prosperity of the town.
i    Let us mnke our motto*.
"New  Westminster  First."
'    That  means,  among  other  things,
patronizing    New  Westminster's    Industrial aud  commercial enterprises.
BUILDING   UP   RAPIDLY.
-   -   -
Development in  Sapperton at  End of,
Car Line.
That section Of Sapperton clustered
round the B. C. K. li. Columbia street
I terminus on its south side, and com-
, prt'tug Kelly aud Fader streets, Is being rapidly built up.
i   J. Campbell has   a   building under'
! construction    on    Fader    street;     P.
' Delaney   has   Just   finished   his   resl- 1
deuce on  Fader  strei t;   Mr.  QordOtU
IFraBer Mills, has bought Mr. Ramey's!
new house on Kelly street and will oc- I
Cupy it shortly.    Mr.  Runny has sold
his snsli and door factory on Columbia
street  east   to   Mr.     Henderson.     Ou
Kelly  street  Mr.  Taylor    has    moved
Unto  a  newly  erected  dwelling  built
!by J. Warnock, contractor, and Rev.
iMr. Ditcher has added a wing to his
I house.
Mr Henderson, contractor, is arranging to build a large apartment
block at the corner of Itraid nnd Kelly
streets.
Mr. Lennox has built two substantial  cottages on  llurnaby street.
Printers Walk Out.
Port Arthur, Ont., May 29 - The
j union printers of the Twin Cities ure
jon Btrike tonight, having gone out after putting the afternoon papers on
'the press. Tbe strike Is the result of
the failure to agree with tho employers regarding the signing of a new
agreement In plnce of that which hns
expired after being  effective for two
���������  -���-.
and Mr. llaverstock. I had no cla
with these pupils dunng that yew*
Mr, Anderson also quoted
ether coses where he had tutored.
but in uo case where he had Utuebt
for fee pupils in his regular claasm
lie also riled some eases where he
id iiliniicd on  Pago  Pour >
SM MOORE WAS
EVADING ARREST
Claim   Bankers'   Trust   Official   Lefl
Hume to Live Quietly in Se.ittlo
Hotel.
Srtttr��,   May    29.    Habeas    rui-pas*.
proceedfnga for the release of Jack R
Moore, arrested laBt night on a trar
r.'.nf. Issued In Victoria, Itt", clrargius
i ���ornpir.tey   to  defraud   lit  eoum<��it��i
] vilh stock transactions of thi? liank
lera' Trust  Corporation,   I,tif.. of  Vle-
Itorts,  were begun today and reaulled
[In the release of Mr. Moon- under $!��.-
000  bonds,  pending a hearing ou Une-
wrfr which was set for Jtme 7.   Oe-
tectives  who  had   been   looking    for
Moore since the Issuance of thtt Vie-
! torla warrant laat March chargol ks-
< dny that Moore had been llrluK if �����
downtown    hotel    to    evade   mi 11 KI,
| while reports were given nut M txtm
I suburban home that he was In Call-
i forrJa. .��� PAGfc   TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MAY 30,  1913.
STTf��.*$wl8!��^^T9 *^Wir&
^tt,'*-       "  {f    ***��� I  I,-..- i       ������..    ������   J.',f- '
process  v Ithln  the  territory.
s, ii'.,- years before th" Canadian
cour i bod bi ��� a g ?< d the rlghl t r
Jurisdiction with n the Indian terrltor
lefl, bul they did no! avail theme Ives
of ihe right i i 'hia act i'> appoint i>< r-
An  intt. lo attest  morniHg paper devoted lo the  ml.-- :-ts ,.<   S-i,    H- !l miiisf, r anil   n,,ns    lo    administer    jllltlce    111    tllt'Slt
thr F*-***r fallen. Pu&ltsfced every martin* ex.-ivt Bundc.o by llie rlat'.onal Printing wild ajxc* dlstanl li rrltorli I and th.'
ama* putttiehtng Company, Limited, at -S3 llcKentie Street, flew ITeetiiiiiuter, Hriiish company officials 1 ' oontinued I"
Oattxmio'i noun st'Tiikm.a,vD, ifaiiofflnfl Dtreotor.        nun* opt Justice to the ofl inders
All eointnHUit-olioiis  .should be adtlre.ssed lo Thr.  N.w  Wt r.i minster Newt, aod not
t* enilirtdnal member* of the. staff.   Cheilites, drafts, and money orders should be made  SHEARWATER   HAS   WATCHED
pttyahli   to  The  Sational  Printing and.   Puhlishinp  Oompany,   Limited.
TBL,RPUONBS~-Bu*in*tt Office antl Mttntsger, -tfH'.i; Editorial Roams lall depart-
tnemtsl.  991
month     II" mail, Ifl per near, 2lic par month.
4.DVBRTIBINQ  HATEB on aptiUcotta*.
B.IITICHERC   IN   MEXICO
Victoria, May    29    Close   on    the
HV USI'M I'TIOS  K ATVB���ity carrier, tl  per ytvir, %l  for three months, llle per   \I(,,.]A   ,f   the   Algerine,   the   BlOOp     Ot
war Shearwater will be in porl shortly.   Slip arrived in    San    Pranclsco^
fron   an   extended   cruise   along   the
. Mexican and Central American oouts
Ion Sunday evening, and coaled at the
Golden Gate,   she lefl San Francisco
Monday  fir  Esquimau,  and   will    he
overhauled  here.
The iwo sloops alternate   in    tl.
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1913.
THE FRASER WILL FETCH THEM.
Most Inviting
at all times is a
cup of
Delicious
n
TEA.      That   is   orv
account   of its  inherent goodness of
Quality.
075
In   Soiled   Lead   P��,k��l>   Only.
Black,   Green   and  Mixed.
Tho intimation conveyed by Mavor Gray in a telegram long and short cruise, and uie A-iger
received in the city that representatives of a shipping com- ^gJ^JSJ Z H T-tSZ  -         	
pany intended to pay a visit of inspection to this port has watching British interests in the mix \/Afc]f-nil\/FD fl/FFT^
very little mystery attached to it. Neither the harbor of ��� "irl3 i**r*n* "��' "owl revoiu- VADtllUVLn UllUJ
New Westminster nor the potentialities of the Fraser are . _
being lost sight of in shipping circles, especially at this A coming visitor
time, when the Pacific coast in general is attracting so superintendent of Marine and Fisher
jrreat a measure of attention by reason of the approaching      !*�� Agencies now m capital
m ; .    ,      _ , "��� I     \ irtoria.   Mav   2'..    A.   1V>   11,    Pre
opening Ot the l'anama canal. 'mayne, superintendent of agencies ol
Not one, but several shipping companies are todav 'i.e marine and fisheries deoartmem
interested in New Westminster and once the harbor pro-|��rK.ho? KX^od���
jeet is under way it will be found that shipping interests
will not wait to be invited to come here with a view to acquiring berthing, while with the shipping development will
come great industrial expansion.
Isfactory another line is being taken
so that tho heavy grades can be obviated.
l'n the heavy grades between Cameron Lake aud Albernl a. great deal
of cutting has been done, and as a
result of thin work the road is In a
greatly improved condition. This
.tandardtzatlon of the road will be
proceeded with all year, and at the
conclusion the deputy minister is o(
opinion that it will represent as flno
a piece of road building as is to he
found anywhere  In the country.
SPANNING FRASER
COSTS BIG AMOUNT
E HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
Soundings r.eing Made Near Hope for
Kettlo  Valley   Line���Work   cn
Grade Going   Well.
LABOR AND $1000 GRANT.
Apparently the New Westminster Trades and Labor
Mr. Tremayne states thai be has
recentlv vlslti il Nelson, where the
Inland Lake service headquarters are
leeated. l'e will nay visits to Vancouver, New Westminster and I'rlnce j
Rupert, in fore returning east.
These Inspections are annual ones, i
NEW EMPIRE LINK
Niagara Takes to Oil���Columbian College  Principal   l.ano. -C���Amateur
Cardt.-r.cr.-,  EnC��uraccd.
Vancouver, May 29. Enthusiastic
crowds greeted the arrival of the new-
liner Niagara, 13,000 Ions. Captain
Glbb,   \. i i.rday.     The   mayor  and   a
nnd
anv   BitgccBt.
largo
of officials formally wel-
ns  he  may   make,;:;;^' i'^> connecting link
tnnsl  first go to the minister.    Ile ev .'*'       '"'
��� uipire.
pects to be in Victoria for ahout two
! weeks.
$400000  DEAL
Council is not fully cognizant of the condition under whieh
the city council proposes to devote the sum of $1000 to
aid the work of the Progressive association, or there would Gerj-nan-canadian Firm bUvS central
not have been passed by that body a motion protesting,   Vjf,,ni���fi ^,ln" ^tcHa ^
against, this grant being made on thc ground that it was geBt property transfers thai has tak-
���for Dublicitv lPn P'ace '"  '���'' rily  "f Victoria for*
I * ,      ,        j.  ., i ,i      i i     r      ..���* . -some time was consumated when the,
Ajiy person who has foUowed tne trend ox events in Centrai building, occupying splendid
Connection with the negotiations, now being brought tO a frontages on  View and Boad Btreets, BrunBWlck,  Bays  that   at   yesterday's
,        nit tk��� ���u,, �����>,>-.,.;i   iVm V-inaWl nf frarlo' and H-in r;iss"1 lrt0 ''"' sole Possession of the  convocation of Mounl  Allison unlver-
head between the City council, the board OI trade and U]l Gerrrian.canadian Trust Companv for Mlv honorary degrees were conferred
Progressive   association,  knows  perfectly  Well  that  this a consideration well over the $400,000 on two graduates residing In liritish,
$1000 grant was withheld by the ,council^.pending the ����* announcement ,, thls vory lm. ^nufwas^terr^d'onVefr u.
pcrtanl  deal was made yesterday by  Sanford, M, A., principal of Columbian
Mr, A. ven Alvensleben, president of College,  New  Westminster,  and  that
 -.* . 1 1 ����� ""' company,  who Intimated that In  of doctor of laws on S. D. Scot!. M  A.
to assist the association in paying for the services Ot_ an   future this handsome block would be  President llorden has been successful
She is the last word In modern mercantile shipbuilding and is fresh from
the yards of .lohn Brown -Ji Co., Clyde-
, hank. While In port a staff of nun
will he engaged In converting her
from a coal to an oil-burner. In all
six boilers will he converted, and she
will leave fie- Australia as an oil-burner, establishing a record for long tl"*
tance undi r oil
Rev. Sanfcrd Hcncred.
A   despateh   from     Sackvllle,     New
Oram! Forks, May Hit Now that the
strike along the construction line has
heen satisfactorily disposed of, operations in connection with the building of the Kettle River Valley railroad, which is to link up Grand
Forks Willi the coast, are goinK rapidly forward.
lt is expected that contracts for tlie
construction of the forty-mile section
out cf Hope will he let within the
next thirty days. The construction of
the immense pteel bridge to span thc
IFrasir near Hope cannot he begun
quite so soon, hut soundings are now
being made to determine the most favorable location from the engineering   standpoint,   and   this   work   .too,
; will Boon be put in hand.
The  building  ef  this  great   bridge
j which will afford contact with thc Canadian   Pacific  railway   for  the  new
! line, of which  .1.  .1.  Warren  is  presi-
| dent,   is   expected   to   involve   an   n\-
pendlture ef little less than J750,-
eeii
The laying ef Bteel has been commenced nn the Kettle Valley line
west from Carml. Tin- roadbed for
the entire twenty miles west from
Carml will be ready fm- the steel in
about three weeks. *.,hil" the balance
'of ih" Btretch to the summit will be
ready i-t ah at six weeks, steel
should reach lhe summit ahout August 1st.
IM Popular Shoe Store
chance in the nature of the Progressive association's work.
The money will now, we understand, be forthcoming
the
nkoxvn a
Building.   Prior t-i ihe sale tlie build
ng  was  owned   jointly     l.y     M
industrial commissioner, applications for whose appoint
ment are now being advertised for.
This particular $1000 grant from the citv then will Elliott  McLean and shandiev. and
��� ii     i-u- __l_���:..*n.��� f,.v mihllnitv ii-rvi-L-   octliot   Messrs.   MncPherson  (and   Pullierton,
Bros., who were responsible for its
con st ruction a Little more than a year
uko.
German-Canadian Trust   in his campaign to raise $200,000
not be used by the association for publicity work, as that
work has been turned over to the publicity commissioner.
It will be used in an effort to secure new industries for
"New Westminster, and the more of these we can get the
better will it he, not only for the citv as a whole, but particularly for the section of the inhabitants who class themselves under the head of Labor. More industries mean
employment for more skilled workmen.
SPRINGTIME   HINTS   FOR   THE
FARMERS
IN CANADA'S STORY
MAY   THIRTIETH
-said  thai   Anthony   Hendry,  a
adventurous  young  officer
"To each season its work." miRnl
���well be taken as a watchword by far- -*,
tnera. In few other Industrie's rtopx \. \A ���������-
lhe seasonal factor count for so much ()f ,���,,,, Hudson's Hay Company, and
ras il does in agriculture, The farmer formerly a smuggler in the Isle of
-wiio neglects to row his -eraiii at a Wight, made Ihe "firs! authenicatcd
���proper time is certain to be an un- journey" from the bay to Lake Wlnnl.
successful farmer. ^K. and   was  the  "flrsl   Englishman
, ., to  see  iho  Saskatchewan   river and
Similiarly.   Ihe  farmer who  fails lo tlw- pMl p,.lins (;f ,,���.  far w(Jgt ���
'inavo   the   summer's   supply   of   wood       ||,,   [ef|   y0rh   Factory   with  a  com-
���cut and piled during the winter wa- pany of Indians in .lune, 1764, and on
hoi. Is very likely to be haphazard in   hi��   relurn   journey   was   entertained ���
... .on May 30,  1756 hv the  French off i-
all  his  work,    .successful  farming  is ^  ,���, ,B (,(jrno  |U h,8 f|]r,    gt Uulg
-haped on orderliness. Bach Utile ����� lit:li- below the "Grand Korks of
���piece of work on the farm falls to the Saskatchewan." Ue la Corne,
Home  one specific  week of the  fifty   �����"' was dressed -very genteel" treat
,, .,       ,        _   od the Englishman  with  great cour
two   ��n   the   year.     I'a.lurc  to  rrcog*   y,Ay   ^ |;ikjn,, ^  ^ |h|, Htoiv
mtzo that fact and to he governed ac r(H)m ���f ,-,���, tort and showing him
(OOTdlngly, spells confusion and lower- "a bravo parcel of cased cats, martin
fed efficiency "To -each soason its ����<! parchment heaver."
-work."
'O'hc  nates   that   follow    are    little
pointers that  should help the farmer
Ilmdry remarked lhal the Frenchman spoke several of the Indian Ian
SUfcges "to perfection," and added,
"they have Hie advantage of us in
evory shape; and if they had Brazil
tohn eo, which tiny have nol, would
entirely cut off our irade."
Th*- fort was 26 feet, long hy 12
���wide, and was divided into three
rooms, one tor trading, ono for a
���bore place, and the third for a llv-
injt room.
���with his spring work. They an- writ
ten by a practical fanner who has
fcad wide experience in Canadian ag
rlculture and are merely little re.
minders ef work that must bo at-
tg-pdfd  10 in  lhe spring.
WaV r courses Bhould bo looked af
ier, and courses opened up, so as lo Pierre  Joseph    Olivier    Chauveau,  !
���lot off the surplus  water before ih" statesman, poet, essayist and no\i lis'
me   rtriei.   it   np   and   bakes   the   soil, was   born   in   cily   of   Quebec   ninety-
Well drained fields hasten scedim*;. ihr-eo years ago today,  Ma..  30,  1820
lf heav)   loams or oiayey soils -are During his life    cf    nearly    seventy
worked   wben   they are wet, they  will yiars   he   won   high   pluce   in   varied    ;
bake and  cracli open when dry, and flolda nf  endeavor,  and  deserves    a
good crops need not   he    expected permaneni place In the Frencb-Cana
Winn  tin- soil  is in a suitable condi dlan  r II  of  Immortals
tion. however, no' an hour should be As a poel he belonged to iiie roman
lost..'    Early   seeding  gives  the  best lie school  of   French-Canadian  hards  ���:
results. l'"" flourished in the nineteenth cen-
Systematic crop rotation gives Iho tury, ami which includes sm-h names
Von.   n suits     if   it  haa  not  already as   Froschette,  Suite,   Cremazlc   ami
been given a trial, apply it t<> a lM,r Pamphllle  I.e   May     lu    his    youth
tlon   of   the   farm.     The   experiment Chauveau studied law, Imt soon devnt
���will prove i's value, ed  himself lo   journalism, as a  writer
Sow  grain  and a heavy seeding of fur   lhe   French   newspapers.
���srassoa and clovers on tho land thst Ho waa promlncnl in the formation,
was in bood crops last wason. <I the Dominion, being iu l^i" a mem   ;
Plough up the old sod that has been ber of the Quebec Assembly,    He he
��1o-wn   two   or   three   years   and   SOW ratne the  Ins-   prime   minister of his   J
cron er  roots, er plant  potatoe-s.    A. native province under the Dominion
���ho-ny  s ling  of peas will  also give 1-ator  he   was  n   member  of tin*   Do
��'(w-d resulta minion lu use of commons, presiding
"The nn. heavier seeded  trw-adow a officer  if  ihe  Quebec   senate,  presl
will give heavier crops than the old denl  "f  the  Qupbec  harbor commhv  .
ooea.    Nev    thick-bottom    pastures, sion, ami Bherlfl of  Montreal
twt.  year.,  d   AMI    will  feed   more   rat- In   addition   lo   Ilia  Oinlributlons   te
Ub than eld    h ., *orn out meodowa, newspapers  aid   periodicals  he   pub
Keep ,**' ,,  linal.i out <���! ihe pnsture. lished a numlier of vi.lun.es of vers,'
during Vpril       i tilted pastures mean and  prose,    (if  his  novels 'hr  mos'
stunted  animal    '.:. * r on.    (live  tho notable   is "Charles  fluerln,"  deallnn
-paBlnrus   i  chan      to    make    R lair with French-Canadian life
r.rowth d   i ' ;  i       early spring;   then
,-���,. jtocli      II I i   ���- something to feed 't* <     rderal  ui  ol  at   antiurl  rcn   .
��in all Buiiitut-r, '���'''   '*   f''''   shillings,   H.     Hudson's   ���
GaUler  the  :   ise  Btones on    new Bay Companj  received a license sev.
mcedows and roll the hit.d as soon as onlj rive  years today  by  which they
it i!  fairlv  dry     Groin  land  should win   granted lhe exclusive rlghl    of
t  be rolled until the grain Is  well trading   wllh  Ike  Ind1.ins  in all  thai
vast Btretch of territory hcyound Can
* rubbish that has col- ���da-
farm buildinga daring II)   th     grant,   which   was   for   a
Clean surrounding malm period ol twenty-one years, the comae much more attractive (pan}   bound   themselves to "Iho  due
J   F    in Conservation- Csecntlon   ol   all   civil   and   crimli al   I
IK)
*l*i.
Clean up tl
ti'd round th
the  wiiii' '���
the farm ho
.-uid  heal.ii.'���'
THE   MANAGER'S   CORNER.
ll   is  strange,  yel   true,  that
n   large   number  of  Canadian
advertisers   still     continue     to
harbor  the   fallacy   that   their   :
advertising should be cut out,   -.
or at least curtailed during the
summer   months���tbe   lime   of   ������;
the   year   that   they   call   the
"dull Beason."
Their argument is thai so
many people are away at this
time at pleasure resorts, camping places or enjoying the
pleasures of river, lake or
wood, that there must be, of
necessity, a large falling off
in trade, but figures show very
conclusively that th e largely
increased steam tourists into
Canada during recent years has
very nearly balanced the exodus of  Canadians.
It is a well known fact that
people holiday-bent are liberal
spenders, but even If it were
true that mch a dull season
does exist, it must he borne in
in mind that the function of
advertising is not only to foster trade when times are busy '
and the people ready to buy,
but it is of equal value In
starting up Irade in dull limes ���
and in keeping the advertisers name before a fickle and
forgetful  public.
'Phe necessities of life, such
as food, clothing, etc.. are in
equal demand in summer as in
winter, in fact, there are as
many seasonable lines to feature in hot weather as In the
cold
The man who r,uitH his advertising in .lune, July and August will inevitably find when
he cnlnes back that he has got
a big leeway to make up over
bis   competitor   who   has   been
keeping everlasting at it.
Another point in favor of
summer advertising is that
people at this time dn net work
so hard, they have more time
fur reading and th" daily news
paper follows them from lhe
cities  to  their holiday  haunts
And because, they have more
time   for   res,linn,    thev     have
mere  lime  fur reading ad ver
lisillK.
II is not too much to say lhat
in wspapers have an addi d
value in the summer months,
Then, teo, discontinuing of
your advertising tends to break
up   the   house     wife's     buying
habits, she ins been accustomed to be reminded of your
goods by your regular an
nouncement, and if iis continuity Ih broken, the chances are
she will switch over to another
: '. ire "I" another line of mer-
chandise
We venture to think, too, that
On* average person at a time
when his or her mind is ii"l ee
cupif d wiih business or h mse
held worries pays more atten
tion to the ads In the magazlni s
ami ie v.; papers   acatn a case
f nddi d value,
Many more reasons might I e
adduced why It pays not to
break ihe continuity of your
advertising,
K, ep il up all the time. Mack
your advertising with good
goods and first class service
and you wlll surely be reward, d with a splendid Increase In sales and the renew, d good will of the publlc
���*:  *;   ::   :,   ..  it c ���;;��� *���;������ ���.;;���. ^ # % i,'f
n addition  to the endowment  fund,
and   substantial  progress    has    been
made  in  raisini:  $60,000  required  for
an additional science building.
Important  Judgment.
An   important  judgment   which,  unless successfully apepaled,  will constitute  a   precedent   in   regard   to  the
powers of a company as au assignee,
was handed down by Mr  Justice Clemen!  yesterday afternoon  in  the  action brought by the Colonial Development company against Mr. A  B. Beech
land others,    The action was brought
by ihe plaintiffs as assignees of Mr
j Beech to set aside a conveyance tfrom
the   latter   to   a   nfan   named   Morgan
and from him to the crane company
I of Chicago on tho ground that the assignment   was   executed   within   sixty
days after Mr. Beech made Uu- asBtgn-
' ment.
Its  effect   is  that   a  company  may
i net   act   as  an   assignee  according  to
the  act because  It  cannot   he  subject
tn the penalities as a corporation,
Knight3 of Mercy.
The team representing the C   r   1!
St.  John  Ambulance centre.  Vancouver, hft  yesterday for Revelstoke to
;take pnrt in the seoond annual British
;Columbia competition fur tin- BuBteed
challenge cup. which takes place then
today.     The   competition   Is   open   to
teams  from  the  different   centres  in
the Canadian Pacific Railway organizations in the province and the Vancouver team wlll have to meet representatives   from   Nelson,   Nakusp  and
Kamlops,  in  addition  to  the  Revelstoke team, the latter being the present  holder of the cup,  which  represents the British Columbia championship.
Prize for Gardens.
Mayor   Baxter   is   giving   a  cup   for
lopen competition  for the best  garden
j in  the city and suburbs.    Only ama-
: teurs ran enter.  Hardens will  be visited twice during the season hy competent  judges appointed hy  the association.     The   Judges, will   lake   into
consideration  the    conditions    under
which   the  competitors  have  worked
and   'he   following  points  will   receive
consideration:    N'aiur"    of    the boII
soil.  oviioM!--,--  ef   i,..,   variety  of
specimens   used,  design  and   atrlstic
eff. ct  of Hi..   Whole
Municipal  Siter.
The purchase bv the munlcinalltles
of Point Cn y and Richmond i ' trael
close  in   n ivlgatlon   ami   transporta
tarn  for Industrial  i Ites was advi ��� ,|
'*>*  Hi-   Elllotl S.  I'ew,   i:i  an  addn
"ti   "Publh   : v   anil    Ind . try."   before
the   Polnl   Grey board nf   trade   at
Eburne la; l nighl
Park    Board    Undecided.
No action was i 'W-1 in regard  lo
the resignation of l'ark Superintend
eel    Balm, r   at    the   p gular   i t ng
if Hi" park board Is I nighl Tin
subject v *i- net brought un fur dis
cursion I ul it *s si itrd that there
w ll he a i,,. clal mi ��� i nc of the bi ard
call, d at .' l iter dito i" consider the
matter, None of the in llvldnal nu m
In rs of th" board had anything to
say  on  the matter,
INLAND   HIGHWAY
Fester ffwrS Good Prr.cr"-B f��r $75.-
011  P-inn  Ro'"t  There
VV. -i.,    \iv.  ���������,     -fi,,. u,,,��� , r  t--
OliO Is to be spent this year upon the
Impri vement of ibe highway fr m
Vlcti rla ',, Albernl. A considerable
portion 'T the nnnroprlatlon 11 m w
In i ri*** i of being spent, bul the
wrrli Iti ic continued through the
f* 11 nid ii Is stated nuthorltlvi ly
(I *t i, ��� i,,. ,.��� ,| i f ii.,. prespnt ���,..������������
tl , n'retch of magnificent road will
: ��� . ��� it-
Mr VV W. Fosier. the deputy minister of publlc works has Just returned from s trip of Inspection over the
c nstructli 'i work and he reports thnt
��� i lh *,r progress is bnlng made Be-
twie-i Lndysmlth and Nanaimo there
Is .*i gang .it work now straightening
i ut and widening the road, to make
it in keeping with the standard provided fnr. nnd sl other places where
the location 1g not regarded as eat
For nursing mothers
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
offer the important advantage that they do not disturb
the rest of the system or
affect the child.
25c. a box at your
Druggist's,
National Drug and Chemical Co.
of (.��n..(i(->, Limited.      175
Municipal School District
of Burnaby
Lol     \~2,   f'.rtmp   On*'
horeby   give
1 Hi
lt;--:t;'::'. ;    Dlntrlcl
Public   Nollcp   i
��� :���.���>������..:  Mi.   Ki : t I ilHtrlet nf Burnftf
������    ���    1    - ���.;..it.���   1! ������   pn - ner   t.r   th>
* ,.. tn . -i- thc Municipal Hall nn
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE  4th.  1913
,u   i j    t.vk   noon,   for  iii'-   purpose  <>r .
electing peraons <>��� nerve tm tho Board of
School Truatn . nf  Burnnby tu Ull tf:.' va- j
catu'lcH raufled hy the resignations >>( Mr.
I'V T. Cllfl  ai (I  Mi   T   Sanderson, nnd tt '
Bf��rve the n rnalndi r of tho respective I irms
.if oitlco fnr R'btch the mt mh> rs were el* ct- :
> .I,   viz     one  for  tt',<-  term expiring  31st I
I -��� i   mber,   1014,  and one fnr tne balance
>r  this  v. nr'�� term
Tho mode of nomination <>f candidates
shall I- ns follows Th< candidates shall
bo nominated In wi ting, thi writing shall
l���- subscribed '>*. two voters tif the Sohool
1 Msttier aa Propos) r and Seconder, and
shall be delivered lo thc Returning Officer
al anv Umi between tbe date of this notice
and 2 o'clock p m on tti* day of nomination, and In the event of -i poll being
necessary such poll wl I be opened "ti Hat-
unlay. J un" 7 th, 1013, .i* '��� n in . and close
at 7 p- in   at
Municipal   H.iH.   Edmonds
riftmlHon Tin id Krh    Burqultlam
Mr   Topping's Store,   13th Avenue  Bast
SPECIALS FOR MARKET DAY AND
SATURDAY.
Child's Barefoot Sandals, sizes 3 to VU 4.K"
Kiddies' Barefoot Sandals, sizes 6 to T'A 60c
Little Cent's Barefoot Sandals, sizes 8 to 10%.. 70c.
Misses' and Boys' Barefoot Sandals, sizes 11, 12,
13,1,2 85c
Kiddies' Box Kip Boots, English make, sizes 5 to
10  95c
Kiddies' Box Calf Blucher Boots, sewn soles, sizes
8 to ioy2 ;$1.50
Misses' box calf blucher Boots, sewn soles; sizes
11, 12,13, 1,2 $1.75
Boys' School Boots, heavy tanned leather   soles
double, wood pegged, sewn; sizes 1 to 5 $1.85
Boys' Dress Boots, vici kid and box calf, sizes 1
to 5 $'-S5
Ladies' white and colored Canvas Oxfords, every
size  60c
Ladies' Black and tan Oxfords and Pumps, broken
lines t _ $1.45
Ladies' Boots, Alexandra make, sizes to 6 $1.95
Ladies' Boots, Ames Holden $5.00 lines; every
size $3.95
Bi.C Girls' Patent Gol. Boots,   low   heels,   sizes
to 6  $2-7-j
Men's light Work Boots, every size $1.23
Men's box calf Boots, leather lined; every size. .$2.95
Men's gun metal blucher, Long Life make, all
sizes $3.93
Men's willow calf, tan button and lace $5.00 Roots,
every size $3.95
NOTHING LIKE LEATHER WHEN WELL PUT
TOGETHER.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PROFESSIONAL.
FRATERNAL
nk.w  wbbi'MINsteh lodge no t
B, * P. O. of Klks eif the P. "f C��� inee
th^ first and third Thursday tit < r> m
K. of P. Hall, KlKlith stre-*. A Weill
Gray, Exalted Ruleri P. ll. Smith. Se-r
retary.
connon
D,
GRAND *
Mtffil.l,
HAR-
rlst* TH.   1
Jnll
���ItitrH. ettl.
tn  T<��-,rn"
Htr
et,
New Wi
HtmlnHt��-r.     fj
E Corbould,
a.
('.    J. H
rant   A. B. MeColl.
i ADAM   SMITH     JOHNSTON,    BARKIS.
ter-at-law.    sollclto*.   etc,      T6|ppb6iM
107(1.       Cuhle       [idilreos      "Jithnnti>n.M
r-ntli'. "Western l'nlon"     Offl<-,-��. Rills
I     Plork, f.52 Columbia strt-nl,  N<-w West,
minster, B, C.
���ii>\
I. o. O M . NO S64 MEETS ON
first, second, third nnd fourth Wednes- *
day In Mich month at B p. m . i
In the Moos- Home. II. J Leamy, :
dictator; I'. K Jones, secretary.]
HeaaViOarters of lodge In See House,
corner of Ko,nth and Carnarvon stro,*ts
Rurnahy Lako Store,  Bt n   ' ���   Laki
I lundonald Bchool,  -prase-*   ' ��� n
West   Burnrthv   Pel I    Wesl   Burnaby.
Lali. tn.-n-   School,   Lakemere
St.   Nicholas   r.trlsh   Hall,   North   Hor
naby,
or   which   every   person   la   hereby   ro-\
quired to tak'   notice and novern  himself
 ordlnfflv
Any person being n ". .*. r. itlsh '*it,
Iti nnd he-Inn heen for the three months
next preceding the div of his itomlnitlon
the registered owner, In t',' Lnnd ft' -Is
trv OT.-<*. of laod or r':-l property situate within th' mnnlclnnllt^ nf tin nnsoss-
ed value, on the lasl ��� in nlpnl or t.-.o in- !
,.i o ;,,.. Rsmenl   roll, of two h in In d and
lift*,* dollar** or m  -���    *���* ��� ���    ��� I  >*. ���     ���
'���������o.-.r..(       '���   , ������   or    i. iro     or  being   S.    BOWELL   ISI'COESSOR   TO   C1TO
,   I   ,*i    .',,,!  ���    i,     ���.    f,   ���     |<     Crown,  or        t.-r  A   Hanna.   Ltd I-   Filnornl   fltroetoT
pr    le     whn   ' i I' thin   "���        and emhalmers     Parlors 4'i.a Columbl
munldoslttv fn    the spare of one    ��� <���  nr      smi'i.   New   Westminster.    Phone  fill;
���  ���     HimedlnlH     i edlng   '* ���    *i**    ot	
*    -    i   '   I*   a* ��� ��� ssed   fnr  live  hon
re, i  i:, a  *,      ,      w   p;   FALES-  Pioneer Funeral Dlreott
prnvlnelnl *.*��� roll md       aod   Embalmer,   01 a-Sls   Agnes   sir."
1. O. O. F. AMTTY LODGE NO 17���Th
regular meeting of Amity lodge Nc
27. I. O. O. P., Ih held every Monda*
night nt s o'l-lo'-k In odd Fellows' lln!
corner Oat-tinr-von and Eighth fltroet'
Visiting brethern cordially Invite-*
U.. A. Merrlthew, N. (!.; .1 Robertsor
V fl.; W. c. Cnatham, P. 0��� re-tort"
InK secretary; H. W. Snngntor, flnar
t-lal secretary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
W1HTKSIIIK, KJilMONHK * WHITB-
nlne ��� Hnrtisters tind Solirttnrs. Waste
minster   TrtlHt    Blk .    Columbia    strent.
New Westminster, B. C   Cable addroM
"Whltesld..." Western I'nlmi. P. O.
llrawor 1100. Telephone (,9. W. J.
Whiteside,  K. C.:  rf.  L Bdmonda,   D
Whiteside.
J ,STII.WKL1. CLUTK. BarrlHtcr at-law.
Hollcltor. etg. *, corner Columbia an-f
McKenzie ��4re->tB. New Westminster.
II   I'.    P.  fx   Box   112.     Telephone   710.
I I' HAMPTON BOI.K. BAHIUHTER,
Solicitor and Notary. Offices Hurl
hlock, 2it Ixirno Htt>--t, New Wcsttnls-
ster, It. C.
McgrAltl.-ll, MAUTIN A CABSADl,
Barrlsti rs nnd Solicitors. HIS tn Sit
WeslmbBBtor Trust Block. I', K Mitr-
lln. W G, Mcijiwtrrlc and Ueorge L
Cassady.
.. i
,,,  .      -..        * .   . .  .' I   I:*
opposite Cntne
I  t.< -I - "
hntng a hot      i. :. o ���    i ���  ���.     t, .���
i '���     !������    who   I .,'   ���  .   i   i
a Ithln   " '��� Innllly   fnr   i   i** i ;<��� 1   ..'
..a,- . ��� ,,   imni tllal  '    prce   ling ���:.���   nom
,.  ,   i     ,  . ��� |     .   .      . , .  ,,r     ,\ i
hn. h   *   ���  .        tier of snld hnd, of   SPECIFICATIONS
Library
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER.
���iht,-**    Im     fnrmerlt     ���>�� i*   a    hn       I   -
\i   ���  .   Tt  ���' ���   ' *    *.*      *        nd
o,   nasi ss, ,'    r   ���    0   , i    ���   ' ,  I   .' .".,.--,   n.
      t'"   lasl   ������ nlelpnl nr pro Ine .*
......   .   I     ,. , I | ���  I  -,> ,,\,    ,��� ,.���   ,. ���
|. -   ..   I     i,;H-....      ���     ,.-     . '   ,    ,.        i ..,|     |.   |m ���
other   ro    '" ��� o  ���.-.   'i \.   Acl   lo  ��� ,.-.
���io   el ..a   ,,'-.������ i   the  Sel'l
��.*  I .' '    II he ellglhle to h    elect
. ��� ,,- i.. ......    ii   -, Nrhi  .1 ,.,,.,   io such
tllsflcl   munlclnsllti       I     '    I slrlri
oh- o on,i. ������ lo   land ..i  Edmonds I'tli
"'ilh  dav  of   Ma*      '	
ARTItt'l  'I    m	
11npB i i Inn   'i'i'-* ���
LAND   RECI-iTRY   ACT.
Re Lots 3 antl 4 Block *\. of S��--tion
36, Blork S Ncrth, Ratr-ie 3 We-^t.
Map fjJI. in the District ot New
Westminster.
Wtieroan proof of the loti et for
tlflcate "f Title Nti-mb��r 16R74F is
sued in tho ti-ni i (,f Aloxonder Allan
hns  la cn  (lit rl   in  thisi off'no.
Notice h hereby given tin' 1 -"hall
at the expiration of one nmnih from
the dale nf tho flrxt publication Imre
nf, In a dally nowapapor ptiblisheri In
the  Cily  of   Nr,\v   tVosltnliisli r    Is'-in-
n duplicate ol ihe ��nwi Certlfleata, nn-
leRs in Hie meantime valid objection
be made to mt, in writing,
N  OWYNN,
Plstrict Ke-Klstrltr of Titles.
'Land  IlORiRtry  Oftlco,  Now  Westmin-
Bier, B.C., April r.o, 1013,    uV";,i
AGREEMENTS ot
Sale. heed:;. Business U-tters. r.tc. ; r'lr
eular ��**"-k specialist, All wo-k strlctl.
nonndentlal. II Barry, room <18 West
mlt'sier Trust  Hilt     Phone 7ll2.
3YNOPSI8   OF   ('t)AI.   MININti   R��
(1U1.AT10N8.
coal minino rights nf the Dominion
01 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
ihe Yukon Territory, the Northwest Tor-
1 Unites ami ln it portion of the Province
..f British Columbia, may he leasrsl for ���
term or twenty-tons years at an nnnual
BURNETT,    AUDITOR    ANI     rental of si ,u, acre. Not more than 25M
AUDITOR   ANO   ACCOUNTANT
Accountant,
Hart block.
Tel.  II  12S.    Room  2
I'. II  Smith w  .1  Orovot
AUDITORS ANI) ACCOUNTANTS.
Work   undertaken    In    cltv   and    nuisM.
points   7n !'.'   Westminster  Trust   Hid-.
I'll aie   3t;4.      I',   f).    Bnx   f.H7.
BOARD   OF  TRADE
HOAItli OF TRADE    NEW   WESTMIN
Bt*��l   lloarri of Trade meets In tie* ooart
l u. City   Hall,  ns follows;   Third  I'V
day of . io h i ior,in, quarterly me,\lnr
on ihe tiai.i iri.i.'ii ,.( February, Mu
August arul Novt'mher at *< ii.in. An
nual ineeiiiigs --11 Ihe third Friday o:
February. C, 11. Stuart Wade, m-ure
taty.
POOL ANH CIGARS,
King's Hotel Pool Room
lit'Ht Pool Tablee in tin- city. Fine
Hue of Claara and TobaoCO. Hportinc
"���enta bulletlnod,
A. G. BEATON, Prsprletor,
icns wlll h<. leased tti one appllnunt.
Application for a lease must he mads
hy tlu, applicant In peraon trl the Agent
or Sub-Agent of the district In which the
rights applied tor nn- situated.
Ill   surveyed   territory   the   land   must   be
lescrlbed liy sections, or legal sub-dlvl-
-l "is of sections, and In unsurveyd ter-
ili-nv lhe trnct applied for shall bs
staked out  hy  the applicant   himself.
Racli application must be a< mp&nled
uy n fee of It, which wiii he refunded if
'hr- tights applied for are not available,
hut not otherwise. A royalty Hhall ho
oald nn the  merchantable nuiptit  of the
 10 at the rate of five centa per ton.
Tbo parson operating lln* mine shall
* ornlsh the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for lln' full quantity of mr-,r-
chantable coal mined and pav the royally fle-renti. If the coal tnlntng right*
are not bolbg operated BUCtl returns should
he  furnished   ut   least   once   n   yenr.
The lease wlll Include the oial mining
rights only. Irirt the leagoe wlll he permitted to purchase whatever nvnllabls
mirfacr. rights may he considered net-es-
sarj for the working of the mine at th*
rate nf $10 an acre.
Fnr full  Information application should
hc made to thr Becretar/ 'rf th- Depart-
j ni'-nl   rif  the  Interior.  Ottawa,  or  to any
\ Agent  or  Sub-Agent  nf   Honilnlnn   Umds.
W.  W. COIIY.
Deputy Minister of thc Interior..
N. B.���VnauthorUed publication of tbla
1 advertlgement will not be naid for.
*
I", t FRIDAY,  MAY  30,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE THRBB
ICHARDSON y HUMPHRIES
COMMENCES SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913
$30,000 Stock of High Grade Fit-Rite Tailored Clothes and Men's Furnishings, Hats and Caps Must
Be Sold the Fext Fifteen Days Regardless of Cost
*ii   ^ **
THIS IS OUR FIRST SALE, ANI) TO GET ACQUAINTED
WE INTEND TO REDUCE THE PRICES SO THAT THOSE
WHO MAKE PURCHASES AT OUR STORE WILL REMEMBER IT BY THE BARGAINS THEY GET.
GENUINE SALE
OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW ANI) HIGH GRADE, AND WE
GUARANTEE WHAT WE SELL EVEN AT SALE TIME OR
ANY OTHER TIME.
lst.~FIT-RITE SUITS
75 IN LOT.
These are fancy Scotch Tweed.
English Worsted and Blue
Serges; values to $20.00. Sale
Price   	
2nd*-FIT* RITE SUITS
200 IN LOT.
These are fancy Scotch Tweeds,
English, Worsted, Blue and
Black Serges, made up latest
style. Values to $25.00. Sale
Price	
* ��� ;^-~v-���
tb
ftl,  '     ���
��*"���>'
*g?hy
Ki'  -���ip-.
'0/
STORE CLOSED TODAY ~ - -
OPENS SATURDAY 9.30 a.m.
QUICK SALE
MEANS GREAT REDUCTIONS, AND THE FOLLOWING
PRICES SHOULD CONVINCE YOU THAT WE MEAN BUSINESS.
3rd~FIT-RITE SUITS
150 IN LOT.
These are made up of the
latest Spring and Summer materials of Imported Scotch
Tweed and English Worsted;
values to $30.00.   Sale Price..
4th****FIT-RITE SUITS
175 IN LOT.
All our highest grades of Fit-
Rite Clothing ��� this means
year choice of any suit in
store, Tweeds, Worsteds, Blue
and Black Serges; values to
$35.00   Sale Price	
5.
00
ME
A   a.
JtW\  AM  A
Everything Reduced���No Reserve.    The Following Are a Few of the Many Bargains:
Stetson Hats
ANY STETSON HAT IN OUR STORE.
EVERYONE KNOWS THE SELLING
PRICE.   OUR SALE PRICE
$3.00
Straw Hats
1IEST ENGLISH   MAKES;   REGULAR
VALUES TO $1.50.  SALE PRICE
$1.00
Neckwear
FINE IMPORTED SILKS, PLAIN AND
FANCY. OUR REGULAR 50c NECK-
WEAK..  SALE PRICE
25c.
Summer Underwear
25 DOZEN BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR, REGULAR 50c GARMENT. SALE
PRICE
35c, 3 for $1
SHIRTS
10 DOZEN FANCY SPRING AND
SUMMER SHIRTS. REGULAR
$1.25.   SALE PRICE
75c
HARD HATS
5 DOZEN PLAIN BLACK, REGULAR $2.50.   SALE PRICE
$1.50
CURRIE GUARANTEED RAINCOATS
REGULAR PRICE, $15.00. SALE
PRICE
$10.00
Wash Neckwear
OUR   REGULAR   25c   NECKWEAR.   SALE PRICE
2 for 25c
RIC
HOSE
FINE    BLACK    CASHMERE,
REGULAR 50c  SALEPRICE
35c, 3 for $l.oo
<*.��
709 Columbia Street, Westminster Trust Building       -
Watch For Fit-Rite Electric �� ign
New Westminster fatih ton*
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
FRIOAY.  MAY 30, 1913.
fit WEAK GIRDER
CAUSED COLLAPSE,
a -j        nPl pliiintlffs,   read   a  letter   from   them
/-\ +��� *\*V*\fx    1   hpatfP-s enclosing a cheque for $."ui nnd prom-
JT*x.V.   LI1~    A iitdtIC& ,B|ng ,0 B(,|ul the bftlance lat(lr/
It   was  intimated  to  the court  thai
Tall; about patronl
liiBtrieB," said a well
as be ran inii> Tbe .No
opera house last night
ini,' home In-
known citizen
is outside tho
"1  guesR  it's
fipiris-   Opinions    on    Long    Beach
wiib  intiin.-ileil  t>
Hie  action   set   down   for  trial   that '
duy, .1. M. Colllnson, contractor, Lad-
ner. against 0. 0, Bowden, oontraotor,
Vancouver, tor $216, hud been Battled
out of court.
Trj-grdy���Coroner's Jury Drlnas
In Verdict.
lgMif: Beach, Cal, May 29. Report-
s-a-R officially I" the coroner's jury, the
-tooartt of experts appointed to examine
the wrecked municipal auditorium
���olxrc. declared today that last Satur-
ttay'a disaster, with Ita, lota of nearly
*0 lives, was due to the collapse of a
���girder whieh was originally too Blender to bear the burdens Intended for
It and which had become almost -rn-
tlnety decayed.
Tb�� coroner's  Jury,  accepting   this
report, deliberated for 50 minutes and wafl
cmrludi-d the inquest wltb a verdict
lhat   tlie  victims  of  the  catastropbi
ahout time this old town knew there
wus an opera house in Westminster!
ttnd thai there's a Kind show running Medical  Partnership.
for ihe rent of the week." Dr.  P, J, Doherty has entered into
"What's Hit- trouble?" queried Tbe partnership with l>r. Q, Sutherland,
News. "Bah, don'l talk to me," said l'ort Coqultlam. Tbe doctor ia a
the W, K. ('. as he swung down hill in brother of Dr. ('. K. Doherty, medical
the direction of the grief dispenser,   superintendent ol the mental hospi-
To make n  long story  short, when , tal, New  Westminster and  Essondale.
those pri tty little, clever little, charm- j	
ing  little,  melodiOUB  little,    anything] Caledonian   Games.
else little��� links of empire In the'1 The program for the holding of tho
shape Of the Kangaroo Pollards hit' annual sports of the St. Andrew's and
lhis fresh water port there Bhould be Caledonian society of British Colum-
a lugger audience In the local hall of bla, Victoria, has been arranged to
bliss than  there  was  last  night. itake place In the Capital City on July
Correspondence
The New WeBtmlnster News dees
not hold itself responsible for thi
opinions expressed In correspondence
NO EASY JOD.
Tho  Editor  The  Daily  News
Dear Sir, In view of the fact that
an election la about to be held for the
purpose of selecting two trustees to
act on the srhool board of Burnaby
municipality In place of ex-Chairman
Cliff and Trustee T. Sanderson, recently resigned, 1 would like to make
it perfectly clear to those who may
seek election that the duties required
of them may he much greater than
tbey anticipate. Merely to attend the
meetings and lalk "schools" Ib but an
The W. K, C. snapped out that those jl and entry forms are now available, extremely small portion of the work
_j to their death by suffocation
"qUier bodily Injury caused by the col
lapee ut a portion off^ftS floor forming tbe approach to the municipal auditorium in the city of lx>ng Beach."
"Said collapse,"  thc verdict stated
farther, "was due to a decayed c.onrii
tion   of  tbe  girders   supoprUng   said
floo.-."
This concluded   the  verdict.   There
���.xiio no mention of responsibility
According to the report of tho exports, the failure of one girder caused
the crash. TIiIh was ret in the center
of the pier section which went duwn
ia thi' midst of the British Empire
�����lay celebration. It rotted antl, col-
la-p-sinK, dropped several hundred people, nearly all women and Children,
into a pi! cf jagged planks antl tlm
���btry open the Bond. The deeayeil por-
���licit, was covered by ft "scab" or te-
���neer of t-hin wocd facing.
"Th�� entire construction," Hi" re-
vort reads, "leads your commit!-'* to
���believe that the stresses and strains
are never properly computed."
The report wss filed.
that didn't go were not entitled to I at The N
know about "l.a Belle Butterfly," but
our cable advlCCB state that the show
A No. 1. Teddy McNamara Is. If
possible, better tlnn ever, while Eva
Bollard and Battle Hill are Just great.
There was something of everything
and lota of fun always. Ethel Nay-
lor lives np to her name and little Fifi
Moore is the Clear varietv Those
Holwallan Kirls have Maud Allen sid-s-
tracked, while onr old familiars, Willie Pollard, Willie Bevan and Charlie
Bennett are petting gay In their old
ap*
Tbey are all workers, and, to turn
from gay to erne the singing of "11
Tro'-iirri" merits greet praise. "The
Harden of My Heart" would be better
if .,,,1, ,.], nrr Hnd with a little more
Pattl put Int - It
ws office. Last summer several New Westminster athletes entered with gooti success nnd it is understood that they are planning to repeat their victories this coining Dominion  day.
nAID ON VICTORIA.
of
of
Delegation     Wlll    Tell     Premier
Fraser Valley's  Needs.
Sir    Itirliard    McBride, premier
British Columbia, on June 14 will receive n delegation which will present
ith-f urgent need of extending market
facHitii���'��� to th" farmers of the Fraser
vnllev, tho necessity of employing an
organizer to educate the farmera tc
the great ve'iie of co-operation and the
raising of diversified emus and agricultural  products and  other  subjects I about
Estate Loses Appeal.
Toronto, May 29. Tho appellate
���division today dismissed the appeal
of the Sir Richard Cartwrlghl estate
fmm the decision of Justice Middle
ton. who dismissed an action to Bet
aside a tax sale by the city of Tc
ronto of lands on Shaw street, Glvens
. street antl Oaslngton avenue. Their
value now is about JlSO.OOfl. Tho ao-
���Cion was to set aside a sale to tbe city.
POINTS PROTEST
6Y RESIGNING
(Continued ftom page onei
bat] helped pupils at home who wit >
in his class, but from whom, he says,
he. received absolutely no reward
"Ry the foregoing," concluded Mr
Anderson, "yen will so.*- thai thl re Is
absolutely no truth In the serious
char-gc laid hy Mr. McMillan. 1 con
aider thai ii is an attach'on my character as well as on my work."
Reviews   His   Work.
Mr. Anderson, in his letter to the
tho*s*r*i gam a resume of hia work in
vyo- l-.irb sohool, denying thu otkargei
��if Incrtdvpe'tPTtcy made by Mr. McMillan, lit- rdtorred the beard to the
ac&oo) budget tor the figures o! tbe
���-min-rfc^ t nf pupils and the percentage
thnl h, passed out of the different
-dftaacs.
May Go to Cour's.
IMre la a possibility thai tin* trial
ts r   will tlm   end     wben    lhe    srhool
sxt-aid havc disponed of it and an nc-
���lion in tha certs may follow, as Mr.
Anderson   states  in his letter  lo    the
board:      "These    are    very    serious
charges and n(Tt-c'. not only my standing sis a teacher, but also my character    If the charges as laid by Mr.
McMillan  were true, my career aa a
t*m.rher would  perforce be at an end.
If, hoarerer, I can prove tn you that
rtjeee charges are not true, I maintain
tbat tbe whole is an unwarranted  at
t:tr\:  0-a mt*-,  a libel, aB it tends to reduce  ret   earning  pewer;   in  fact an
aidsr���-. that might  bt* carried into the
coin   -ol law.
���"Pm-.'*-, in regard to my lack ol
loyalty lo the school, or as Mr. Mc*
Mill -1 ha;' -aid, lack of loyalty lo
til-ni-.-��'iI. I may say that 1 have always
���ber u loyal to the school and tbe
Bcb ool ieVui,. The school is made up
ot tbe pn-jitts and to them 1 have been
���amawervlngl) loyal. I confess, how-
-mer. that my loyalty to Mr. McMillan
���ha.-, .taned during the years 1 have
spent wiih him in the school."
Mr.  McMillan's  Side.
Kolhtving are -oxtracts from a
Ctipy ol what is reported to be Mr
Wt.Sf/'.laii's letter addressed to I.. A.
���V,b;lr- ������*!��� u .secretary of the school
���twarfi and written on school board
fiapcr
"I beg K-avc to adduce Ihe following
t-rA--; es for my lack of confidence In
Bb fcndamon'B ability to fill iffttlsfac-
ttrrily **3ho responsible position of li;*.*'
:i*.sislnj'   iu     a   large     modern     high
school.
"Mr. Anderson has dnne sa'isf.o
tnrj. though not excellent work in
��� he junior subjects taught to first
nnd t'-mini year students, but he has
sitta-rly Called in tho third year Bub-
jecU. which he has taught, during the
���las* two yearB and thia year he, has
yiufrMl iu the wcond year physics and
t-ti-erolstry Tbe class average in
IFreuc*- -til 1H11 waB 34 per cent; in
t��12 tbe class average In Latin enm-
gxMitinn waa 70 per cent; In 1912
the cla���� average in iAtin uulhors
���mux ?-9 per cent."
AT THE ROYAL.
Tt night is amateur night ut the
Poy.-il Iheatre, A good aunplv of them
is guaranteed by Manager Olllls. He
has secured several local turns and
s'tnc un- ccniug over from Vancouver, This will lu* tlle thin] week that
amateurs have appeared ai Iho Hoyal
ii'il bt h preceding times the iheatre
has been packed. The program for
the lasl pari of this week is an excellent one, The Three Darlings offer
u military novelty which they bill as
tin* twentieth century Idea. Al both
performances last night this acl took
exceptionally well. Alberto is a talkative trickster from Australia who
presents sonic very clever magic with
a good clean line ot comedy. Louise
Bynl sings "Daddy's Tomboy Girl,"
which is beautifully illustrated. The
moving pictures arc i f a comedy
nature and bring forth many laughs.
HIGH CLASS FILMS.
Two  high  clasa  films  will   be  the
features at the Edison ihe.ure today.
"The   l.ady tf the  Lake"  from  lhe
ale    plum    by Sir Walter Scott,
of mater'a] interest to producer and j
consumer alike,    The delegation  will
represent    districts    extending  from
Agasslz   to   Ladner.
of the conscientious tchool trustee
The Bituation in Burnaby Is very different from that of the city inasmuch
us the municipality covers 38 square
miles and direct communication, between the extreme polntB Is not to he
had for some time, and aB it is an absolute necessity that a great deal of
work must bo attended to during
school hours and after. The purchase
of one site away out In North Burnuby, where there Is nu transportation,
may necessitate a number of visits
and tramps through the woods, comparing one site wiih another, one price
With another and going over the
ground repeatedly without regard to
weather conditions whether It rains
or ahiiii s. As a matter of facl the
qualifications for a tchool trustee In
llurnahy at the present time would bo
it. follows:
Fhould attract a -coi <l house,
ti moon and < vening     lt is
reel affair.
"The Heart of an Actress"
It tu  film  and  the  following
Been   In   this    excellent
Alice   .lover..   Naomi   Cliilili-rs
Bunion anil  Tom   Moore.
both af-
a three-
Is a Ka-
onst  are
production:
Iticli-
Ancthcr for the Roads.
Regina, Mav 29 The Btand talon
by the Regina board of trade In Its
fight against discrimination In
rates received the endorsement ol
the railway commission at its silting
tcday and Chairman Drayton i:i a
masterly Bumming up, ordered the
railways agalnsl whom the board of
trade had recently ' btalned a decision
to cease the alleged discrimination,
or at the earllesl possible moment
provide him with good reasons for
continuing ii by answering the argu*
ments of II. 0, Smith, president of th *
board.
No Holiday for Them.
San Francisco, May 29. Parliamentary discussion of minor sections of
tl"- constitution and bylaws occupied
all of today's session of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen In their
biennial convention here Owing to
the fact thai the w"t*k of the body is
two days behind schedule, the dele-
'������'t'*s will hold a s it-ion tomorrow,
Memorial day, In order to catch up,
aril
EXPENSIVE WATER.
Company Tap*- Hydrant and Magistrate Collects.
Yesterday In the police court tiie
Canadian Mini ral Rubber company
was fitii fl 110 and costs for tapping a
fire hydrant on Tenth avenue, the di-
vidtng thoroughfare bctwepn New
Westminster and Burnaby. The coin
pany had also to pay 59 for the water
Ut*' ll
Tin- water committee of the councll an- alive to the danger Involved In
the c, nernl iibp ot hvdrants. which
are exclusively rOFervpd fof the rer-
vice of the fire brigade The mechanism of the hydrant is audi that frequent use injures Its speedv adjust
ment to brigade use Vest rday's f'ne
was lenient and Intended imre as a
warning than as a punishment,
J, C. Amberg, superintendent of construction for the transgressing company, admitted that ahout $S worth
of water had been taken from the
hydrant. In mitigation, he pleaded
that the company was paving Kings-
way at present end had an arrange
ment with Burnaby to use its wat-��r
in connection with the contract. The
foreman evidently did not distinguish
between tlle city and the municipality.
The company certainly had "o Intention of breaking the law. They had,
however, used the water for mb-ing
175 yards of concrete and Were willing to pay for It.
Magistrate BdmondB raid these hy- i
dranls   must   not   be   Interfered   with
nntl Inflicted a $Hi fine with  *9 for
water andcoBls, simply as a warning.
EETTER  THIS   YEAR  THAN   LAST..
Ccmmcrciat   Repcrts   Show   Canada's
Condition.
DlBpatcheB to  Bun's  Review    from]
branch offices of H   r,   Dun and com
pany In the lead ng  trade centres of
th"  Dominion  of Canada    Bay    thai
wholesale buBiness shows Bome iui"t
Ing ih wn at a number of points, much ,
ol which is attributed to unfavorable
weathi r.
In  Hi"  far west  and  northwesl   fair
progress is being made with  the ad
venl of more favorable weather
ilrots earnings of -ill Canadian rail
ro-uls for three weeks In May show a
gain of 8.3 per ci nt, as compared with
tti" earnings of the tame roads for
the same period a year ago
Commercial  failures  in  the  Homln-
ion of Canada this week numbered 3-1 ,
against   33   last   week,  and   60   In   the
same  week   lasl   year.
IN COUNTY  COURT.
Chinese   Gardeners   Lose   in   Spite   of
Couldn't Kill Him.
Calgary, May 29. Jim Mario'.1. Guy
Martrullo. Store Carona and Sam
Serena, Italian gunmen, accused of attempting to murder Bernardo Sposlto,
were adjudged guilty at thr- assizes today and will he sentenced later. Spo-
Blto was shot through the head. In the
lung, in the hip and through the right
hand, but recovered and g.it out of
the  coun'ry.
His time should be al his own disposal, lie should I).- able to give frum
two to three dayB oul of each week
to the work. He Bhould be a man of
ni least fair education, public spirited,
painstaking and rational, as he will
find it necessary to give the outlying
polntB as fair consideration as the
older settled portions of the munlcl-
freight pallty. He must !"��� broad-minded
ehough t" appreciate the require
meiiis of other sections besides thai
In which his own home is plnci d ami j
to cap all, he will be a more efficient
trustee If he possesses hla own motor
car To be or to do other than 1 have
outlined -above is to throw the burden
of the work upon those members of
tho board who are able to do ii, and
may possibly bring about another election yet l.y iiie resignation of still
other members.
As Trustees Cliff and Sanderson
*-:;*.'.. it is their duty to resign because
they found that they could not give
sufficient of their time to the school
work, it will be folly (or any others
to set k election who are ni t in a position to do so, otherwise the schools
will suffer by neglect. 1 would like to
lmpresa the above facts upon the
minds, not only of candidates but
VOti rs also so that a good selection
may be made and supported. This letter Is only Inspired by a sincere wish
t" see the work of the schools promptly and efficiently done
ti   C.   PATTERSON, Trustee.
Edmonds, May 19, 1013.
Por
year
to  Ih
Crac!< Shots at  Moody.
Moody Rifle club    have    this
couple pf crack  shots  added
���   force.   (1.   L.   Churchard   and
Dr. r.trlwright. The members arc
practicing regularly am! Intend to lift
the  Manson cup this year.
SPECIAL   FEATURES  TODAY
1 he
The
JUcLQ.
y o
f
IN   THREE   REELS.
FROM  THE   POEM   BY  SIR   WALTER  SCOTT.
King .lames V of Scotland,
CAST.
disguised
ALL READY FOR GRINO
Sp-C-ii Art sir S'art on Creat Ajto
ftice Today.
bt-fibnuLpolU, May 29 With the
��*oraplc!ifio i I the time trials late to-
��la.y. e-rwythlng Is In readiness for
t-h-e start cf 21 cars entered in lhe
tlnn! annual BOO mile automobile race
at ih�� s-i-'.'d,' tv si 10 o'clock termor
row morning. Cash prizes of $76,000
and valuable trophies are offered
Tbe conl.-slants will make -HO eir-
��-niw at tho two and one half mile
���canrse and it ib expected al hnsl
UIO.OOD spectators will watch Ihi-
���rare.
Beth Barman promised to bo favor-
lire in tbe belting today with several
mthcr Americans being given odds
r-ig,unsl the foreign made cars.
Gardeners   Lose
Their De-.;:!s,
William Holmes, farmer, Ladner
got Judgment yesterday for a restrict
ed claim of $ 1 fl (tO and cobIb against
two Chinese gardeners, Hong King
and Man Woy, lo whom he had rent
;,,d 2S acres of land In the Delta al ?t '
per acre for I'.'.i, acres anil j::.". per
acre for the remainder,
The unavailing defence was a general dt niul then lhe admission of :���
llab lit v for $289 ''���'. awi las-'*. thnl
even lhat was wiped mil bj |.'ai"i;fT*
taking possess on of the pi ul ici i *
tin- land in full BatlBfactlon ol the
debt.
Messrs. W, and B Williams, i.n r
chants, Crescent, win awarded Judg'
ment for $107 and costa agali si th ���
British Columbian Drilling anil llrndn-
mg company, Vancouver, for roi ils
supplied,
There wus no nppoarance for de-
fendanta, hut .1, l(. Oranl, counsel fur
James Fltz-Jamos ....
Mr.  Ilarrey T.   Morey.
Douglas, the outlawed  Karl of Angus   Mr.  Ralph Ince
Ellen, his Daughter  Miss l-"dith Storey
Boderic Dhu, the Brigand Chief      Mi    Hart}   Northup
Malcolm, Ward of  lhe   King    M i.   Earl   Williams
Allan-bane, ihn Minstrel     .   Mr    Teffl   .lohnson
Lady Margaret, Roderick's Mother  ..    ,.Mrs. .Tnlla Swoyne Cordon
Mallse      Mrs. Francis Newburg
This historic poi in tells of th"
Scottish Kin.'^s and ScottlBh
chli 'ii a L uglas, Earl of
An^us. wiih his ii ighter Bllen,
is banished by Klnt Jamoa V
He is fill* wi 'I by Malcolm
Graeme, the ward of the King
Thi y lake refuge with the King's
' ni my, Rt di ric Dhu, of thc (.'Ian
Atijiui".
While hunting in tho forest,
disguised as .lames Fltz lames,
th** King Iobi s his way and
int'is Ellen, who gives blm slid
ter In I he bulge of RoderlC The
King, taken With her beauty,
efills her "The Lady of the
Take" After a night's rest Ihe
King leaves.
Lodi ric Dim is Jealous of Mal
eolnv.    He proposes    to    Ellen.
She  rejects   him   and     Di uglas
decides to leave Roderie's camp,
With     Ellen,     Allan  ban"     and
Malcolm he  takes shelter in a
Cave.    Douglas,  to prevent, fur
ther bloodshed between the King
and t Ian Alpine, decides to i tlr
ni.'I' r to tlie King's guard
kindly
Blgm i
King,
117,1 s
lo   ll'
ring,
lo lp
passing by the cave
Kill ii. He speaks
r and glvi s her hiB
saying If Bhe ever
Irom lln- King to
ting to him. She
he King's palaci
in   da
pri sent ilu
I i tens to
.* k tin* roll ise of her father,
In ihe meantime the King nu ets
lloderlc Dhu. thi y have an en-
' ��� uni* r at f words, In which the
King kills i ie chieftain. King
.1 ires returns tp ins palace, lie
Is surprised to lerirn that Douglas Is his prisoner. Ellen ap-
1" ars; n Cl gntzlng the King
onlj "s James Kit'/. .lames, she
asks hlm to present the ring to
the King. The King then makes
111 hi sol I known by removing his
disguise. He Bends for Douglas
and ii miens h tu. Calling for
Malcolm, he takes a golden
chain Irom oft his neck, puts 11
around the ni ck of Malcolm,
and, placing the hanging links
ia 1 il!' n's hands, makes Malcolm ht r v llllng captive for life
'TI HEART (if AN ACTRESS"
CAST.
Alice
.lane
Silas
Sli"Aiirl
'I li inison
Morton
.   .ALICE JOYI E
NAOMI ' HILDERS
RICHARD PURDON
TOM   MOORE
Smith's Friday
Bargain Day
The profusion of values for TODAY is thoroughly in keeping with the
season. Make tomorrow your week-end shopping day. and we assure you, you
will benefit in values.
Special Selling of
Women's   Suits
Friday, $10.50
A   collection   of  beautiful   Tailored   Suits   will   he
a feature of today's clearance; colors nre brown,
tan. gray, and navy twei ds; in a variety of splendid stvlcs; regular values up to $25.00.
Prlday 510.50
Silks for  Friday
78c YARD.
Wo want lo rrar oul this lot; widths 20 lo 36
im Ins wale: choice range of colors in rose,
champagne, canary, brown, hello, gra>. Copen-
I* ���; , a, I lack, uavj ; also same neat stripes, materials are duchess messallne, shot taffeta, pall-
ette, satin ami fancy silks. Friday, per yard    78c
Blazer   Sweaters
TO CLEAR  AT $2.75.
Elghl only blazer Sweaters for women; colors are
cardinal and navy, gray  and  cardinal, red and
while,    navy    ami     white;     regular    to    $4.60
Friday     S2.75
Children's Wash
Dresses
TO PIT AGES 1 TO 6 YEARS.
Little Mother Hubbard and French styles; excellent
inati rials;  fast colors,    .special Friday at... 43c
Women's House
Dresses
Such an opportunity  is seldom seen;  a large variety of styles;  made of prints, percales, glng
bams, etc.; regular to $'.'.50.    Frlduy at..,   $1.38
Remarkable Clearance
of Women's Waists, 68c.
A good selection made iu Peter Pan style; iu navy
anil while stripes and spots; Included are a nuiu-
br r of slightly Boiled white muslin blouses; about
four dozen m the lot,  Price, each      68c
Plain     Tailored    Waists
Made of white pique; double soft collar and cuffs;
fancy embroidered front, also while striped dimity sailor collar and knot: short sleeves;  Included are a number of fancy percale wiih low Dutch
neck, navy, gray, mauve; Friday, each. 98c
Muslin Waists
A pmmI Bhowlng nf better urudr muslin  Blouses;
with embroidered front; soft ami laundered ''��>1
lars;  also plain tailored with laundered collars
and  cuffs;   n-^ul ir  to  $5.00;   Frnta> $1.98
Clearance of Remnants at Cost Price
Clearance of all our short ends of the season's best, sellers; included are prints, ginghams, table
���Incus. towelingB, muslins and wash goods of every description. BbeetlngB, dresa goods, silks, shirtings,
flannelettes, Canton  flannel, etc.    Curtain  goods,  remnants,  marked   at   Half   I'rice.    Come  early.
Summer Sunshades  to        Corset   Embroidery    and
Clear at Half Price
Two do/en only left over from last season Vou
mav need a sunshade for lln- warm weather; so lake
advantage of this remarkable offer.    HALF PRICE.
Children's   Tweed   Coats
FOR RUSH CLEARANCE AT $3.98.
Twenty-six  only   children's   Tweed   Coats;   devel-
i ped in colors gray, fawn, navy and fancy tweed
mixtures; some belted effects; regular values to
$8.00.     Friday        $3.98
Children's Straw Hats
for 29c.
Large  selection of children's Galatea Straw Hats;
all Blzes.    Friday    29C
Silk Lisle Hose
FRIDAY,  37c   PAIR.
Five  dozen   pairs;   sii'es   St*   to   in   inches;   extra
quality silk lisle colored hose; hello, champagne,
gray, yellow.old rose, ox-blood, etc ; regular 60c
and 60c.   Friday, per pair at  .  37C
Lisle Hose
Kii'lil do/in pairs only; good quality; double heel,
iocs and sole; plain black, Ian. while, fawn, hello,
Bky, Alice; regular values to 10c Friday, per
pair     2*c
Flou
nemg
Choice Belectlon <.r Corset Embroidery and
ing;  Is to -JT inchi s wide,   ury dainty c
cry; regular values lo $1.26,    Friday, per
TORCHON LACE.
Torchon Lace anil Insertions; widths to 4
neat designs.    Friday,  per yard	
Flounc
tnbrtud-
yd  48c
lnche
4c
RIBBON.
Taffeta Ribbon; - to 7 inches wide; good quality
all pure silk taffeta ribbon; plain colors and
plaids;   regular -lie   Friday, per yard .   .   24C
EARL Y CLOSING
Store closes at 5 o'clock during thc months of June, July
and August.
Dress   Goods   at   Unique
Values
30c. YARD.
Il're is an exceltenl  opportunity to procure your
Bummer dree8 fabrics    A g I selection of colors,
such as navy, Mice, all shades of green, brown,
gray, etc . in a greal variety of materials. Panama, serges, voile, lustre and fancy dress fabrics;
manv reduced away below half price. To clour.
Friday,  Itt       38t
Special  Values  in Staples
WHITE   LAWN.
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
page nva
For Sport Readers
JUST ONE GOAL       FOR REFEREE JOB
SPORTOGRAPHY.
(By "Gravy.")
West    End     Lacrous     Intermediate!
Get  Long  End  of  12 to 11
Boor*.
1n a Kami; where lacro��Ri< waa la-
^iroBfld, where the old national pMllme
was displayed in a light that demonstrated that tin' Iloyal City In turning out youngster! fit for senior earn.
liany In yeara to romp, the West Kudu
iioftffl out a victory over Bapperton
la-ei evening by a lone goal, the score
lielng   12 11
The final count Just about repre-
genta the playi for at no period of the
game were the Went Knders headed,
although on three occasions the Nup-
pgrton's evened up ami made desperate efforts to forge aloft.
It   was  a case  where  each defence
was a trifle weaker than the opposing
Inline and this accounts for the |ile-
thorii of goals scored during the 70
minutes of play.
The largest crowd ol the season
lined the rails and stands when the
ball was faced off and It looked like
an     easy     walk away   for   the   green
shirts, when the first quarter ended
with the West lenders leading 7-4,
it was then Lhal the real contest
started, for Sapperton, supported by
a large delegation, commenced a
grand raly which ended with them
breaking even before halt-time was
called.
'I'Ih- ���*asi enders did nol lei up one
iota and kepi plugging along in the
third Bpasm, although the best they
could do  was  to tie the score m    This
continued until five minutes from time
when Li wis Sangster, the tleet-footed
litmie player of the West I'.mls. ���.���ei
the bail past Coulson for the winning
co irate,'
Pi' ni *���. St( rme and Lewis Sangster
were tin* leading lights for tho winners, while Bert .lohnston and .1
Chambers broke even on the scoring
line for Sapperton, each scoring four
of th" tallies.
Referees Sandy Oray and Mill I'at-
dieii had an easy time on the field,
the ahn ae.* of rough play being the
feature of the contest and nol a single
player had occasion to be sent off.
Standing   of   the   Teams.
Goals
W     I.     F     A
West   Knds        2      n    21    11
H ipperton 1     1   16   13
East  Burnaby    0     1     4    17
13     1
Iirown
Iiu and
home
PADDY RYAN GOT $250 FOR
87  ROUND  BOUT   Manager    of    Late
Will Act With Bob Dewar as Whistler
In Saturday's  Lacrosse
Fixture.
Lester Patrick and Dob Dewar will
be the referees In Saturday's lacroBBe
game In Vancouver, when the Salmon
liellles make their first Invasion of the
i domains of Con Jones for the season
of 1813.
Prealdent Kellington and Secretary
Fred Lynch of the B.C LA. yesterday
wired the two Victoria officials to be
on deck on Saturday afternoon. This
will be the first time that t;ie Capital
City hockey magnate has handled a!
lacrosse game and his work no doubt
will  he  watched  with  interest.
As predicted In these Columns, Kred !
Taylor  and   Joe  (lorinan   will   he  the j
new     men     on   the   Vancouver   home,;
while changes will be made In the de-
[ence   division   that   are   expected   to
relieve the weakness that waa manifest on Saturday last.
Manager QiUord will use the same;
line up as thai  used  on  Victoria day
and he feels optimistic that the score
will be heavy at the riuht end for him. i
Carr.  to  Take.
Enquiries have been mad" of The
News as to what route and cars are tol
be taken In order to gel to Hastings
Pnrk whi re the game wlll be played.
Westminster supporters can leave the
W, unnoted supporters can leave the
Interurban cars at the fcornei of Ven-
ables and Commercial Drive and there
take cars direct to the exhibition park.
Saturday's game will commence at 3
���.'Mock.
play,    lie waa relieved by Hrown m      Batteries:    O'Brien,    Leonard    and
Ithe seventh after balnt ''" for three CatTigan;   Mullen und  Henry.
SUCOesslve  singles.
Manager Hugging, or st. Louis, was
ordered  from   llie   Held  for protesting
Umpire Hymn's  decisions.
II.    II.    IV
Cincinnati    18     7      8
St. Louis  It)
llalleiies: Packard. Johnson
and Clark; 1-Yrritt, tirler, Wl
liurke.
Ham   Hyatt's Homer.
Pittsburg, May 29.���Hyatt's
run oyer llie right Held fence, the
longest in the history of Forbes Held,
resulted In two runs for Pittsburg iu
tbe ninth today and tied the score.
A single by Byrne, a double by Simon,
a baae on balls lo Miller and IIoix.'h
long fly then gave Pittsburg the
game 5 to 4. Humphries had pitched
nice ball until  the ninth  when Wag-
ner's single as a Barter was followed ,     JgM     chaniplon.hip  of  th(.
by Hyatt s circuit smash. ,wlll(,h wa��� pul|(1(1 off a, ,.���,������,. Su.
,    "���      ,;  Hon, W. Va., just 33 years ago today
( nicago   4     X     *|May80, 1880
Pittsburg    5    10     1  barp knuckles and went R7 rounds be
llatteries:   Humphreys and  Archer; |f0ra   Hyan   won   the  victory  and   the
Robinson, O'Toole,  Kerry and Simon,  title.    There probably iBn't a heavy-
Rain at Boston. ; weight   living   today,   who   would   go
Hoston,  May  2D.    Italn stopped the'through usch an ordeal for less than
Brooklyn-Boston   game  at   the   begin-  }50,ono--and ynu can't blame ihem a
ning of the  third  Inning today,  with'great deal at that.
M'CARNtY THROUGH
WITH EIGHT GAME
Luther    McCarty
Says   "Never   Again"���Dead
Fighter on Way to Ohio.
The "high cost of living" may serve
as a partial excuse for the exorbitant
financial demands of the present crop j
of boxers, but the true friends of the ;
game would like to see the fighters ' St. Paul, Minn., May 89.���"I will
manifest a little more of the sporting never manage another prize lighter
spirit and a little less commercialism, nor attend another bout," declared
In the old days real world champions William McCarney, who arrived here
wcre satlHfled with smaller purses late :oday with the body of Luther
than are now demanded by third-rale McCarty. who was killed In his fight
has-beens  or  never-will-bes with Arthur Pelkey at Calgary, Alta..
As an example there was the Paddy  laat Saturday.    Mrs.  McCarty, widow
Hyan-Joe Cobb battle for the heavy-j0f the dead fighter, met the train at
world,  Fargo, Nl)., and Is accompanyiug tbe
We Act as Agents Only for the  Purchase   and   Sale   of   Real   Estate
MATSQUI SNAP
,    :*.*.
I
tlie score Hoston 2, Brooklyn 0, With
Mann on lirst. Devlin hatted over the
right   Held   f. tice   for  a home   run   In
the  second   Inning.
be played Saturday.
Two games  will
remains to Plqua, Ohio
"I can't adjust myself to the reality
���JW!l8..f.n"?ll.t.0.ul,.w.lth *>< my husband's death." she said, as
the casket was being lifted from one
train to another at the I'nion depot
here.
Iteferee Eddie Smith, of Chicago,
and Kred SoarB, trainer of the dead
puglllsi, also are accompanying the
remains.
Smith  and   McCarney  are  out    on!
$r*11u bail each to appear as witnesses !
when the cases of Tommy Hums and
Pelkey, both of   whom   are   charged
with manslaughter, are called to trial.
Baseball Results.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Standing  of the  Clubs.
Vancouv
S  all.*
Por land
Victoria
Tacoma
Spokane
W,
21
,20
1.
16
Pel
.6110
17
,596
17
.567
17
. 623
26
. 396
28
.363
 17
 16
Yesterday's Games,
McGinnity  Loses Another.
Tacoma,  May 29.** Victoria won  an
exciting pitchers battle today, making
tli    only run of the day  lu the tenth
Inning.   The score:
ll     11.    K.
BALMORALS AND
MOOSE TO CLASH
Call Game Set for Thia Evening Looks
Like   Producer of   Rich   Enthusiasm.
Batteries:    Kantlehner   and Shea;
McGlnnltJ   and  Harris
Spokane  Pound   Ingersoll.
Spokane,    May 29,    Hitting    Inger-
... ill, of Vancouver, at opportune times
won for spi lane this afternoon by a
s v  if  ti    to    3.    The     Vancouver
pitcher was driven to the In mil in
tin fifth Inning when the locals secured lour bits which netted three
runs Doty pitched better ball In the
closing frames Cadreau wus lilt often,
but he kept the drives scattered. Tbe
:core:
n   ii.   E,
Unusual Interest is being taken in
the baseball game BChi dull d for this
evening i n the Q n's Park diamond,
when thc Balmorals make their flrsl
appearance this season and tackle the
Moose outfll it was onlj two weeks
ago that the Hals were on the toboggan and Iti exi cutlve were on the
point of withdrawing from Lhe league,
but changes have taken place, new
men have been signed up, and Interest enthused, so that the battle thli
p ni. should be the tit-lilt in
ol the week
Home and Gentry will be thc Moose
battery and will oppose C. Peck and
Jack Smith.
Ah predicted in The News yesterday, Lin Chapul was gathered Into
the Told of the Pals, despite the protests of Manager Bill Graham and this
clever shortstop will attempt to out-
���sliine anv previous efforts in order to
demonstrate thai he is a topnotcher
when looking aft.-r the inner garden
Tonight's contest will start at 6:30
with Sld Malcolmson handling the In-
dlcator,
The following list waa h"Midcd In hy
Herb Ryall last evening Bhrwlntt the
lineup of the Balmorals: Handford,
1 f Btnclnlr, lb; silver, 3b; Chaput,
8.8.1 I-i v -II. 2b; Mallen or Hall. rf*.
T Pec' cf ' smith, c Peck, p; Bpares
Snyce,  Mel h&ll and Walsh.
WILL LOOK INTO IT.
Vancouver   '������      *      *
Spokane      8      'J      -
Han, ins.      Inger-soil,    Doty    and
Lewis;   Cadreau and  Acer
Long  Game to  Seattle.
Seattle,    May 29    Cadman'a   home
run In the thirti i nth Inning gave the
locals today's game from Portland by
n  i core ' f -1  to 3     The  visitors    ob-
lalm ,|  a   p id  if  one  run in  the Ural
inning, bul  two errors In the    sixth
enabled   the  locals  to   score  two  and
.   tin ���  were In the lead until 'he ninth
port dom  when  Mobler's home    run    tied    the
score    Bach team got one run in the
eloveuth,    In   ihe  thirteenth  Bastley
was sent in to pitch In place of Hays
Tor  Portland,  and  '.'adman, the    llrst
man up, ended the game.
B.    H.    E.
Seattle 	
Portland   	
Hatteries       Meikle
Hays and Murray.
and
4 7 8
3 12 3
Cadnian;
20
18
Committee Will Investigate Victoria
Lacrosse Protest.
A committee consisting of C. i).
peele, Walker Sangster and Tim J.
Mahoney wlll lo-ld n meeting on Saturday evening 111 the Conservative
club rooms for the purpose of disposing of llle protest made by Victoria
ns to the ending of the lacrosse game
of May 17. which was awarded to the
V A ' c of Vane mver, upon Hie
capital City aggregation leaving the
-grounds ,.   ,
Will report  ils find-
Keary.  president   of
Pet  '
.733
.f,26
.515
AM I
.459 I
.419 !
.324 ,
Ne
The committee
"ors to James 1
the P. C, I. A.
Wert  Ends to  Delta.
The West End Intermediate lacrowe
team   will   Journey     to     Ladner   next
Tuesday evening, where Ihey meet the
premier team of  the  Delta  district.
The Kami- will commence at 0:..n.
Naraimo   Winn.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of lne Clubs.
W.   I.
Philadelphia  --     8
Hrooklyn   18   14
Chicago   '-*''   ls
New York   1"    16
St.  I.ouis  18    I '
Pittsburg  xl
Boston  "
Cincinnati    1-    '
Yesterday's Humes.
The Mighty Are Fallen
New York. May 29 Thi
Yorks broke Philadelphia's winning
streak today, the locals winning an
exciting 14 inning game. 7 to 6.
Fletcher's long hit over Magee'a head
In the fourteenth drove Shafer In
with the winning run. Shafer had
Singled with one out. These were the
i nlv hits made olT Beaton, who pitch
ed the last aix Innings for Philadelphia. ,
It was Seaicn's first defeat this sea
son. the score being a tie when be
wint In. Philadelphia threw awa>
many chances In the early innings by
reckless base running, apparently cal
CUlating they had the game won
However, the Giants reduced a threi
run lend when Mey<ra hit n home
run In the seventh, and McCormick
drove in the tleing runs with a
double in the eighth.
McCraw used 17 players, including
seven pltehi ra. one being used as n
pinch runner. McGraw and Snodgraas
were  both  put   off  the field    In    the
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
Standing  of  tlie  Clubs.
W,   I.     Pet
Philadelphia  24   lo   .706
Cleveland    21    12    .692
Washington  20   16   ,666
Chicago   '.   .. .22    IS    ,660
Boston   15   20    .428
St.  Louis   18    26    .409
Detroll    16   25    .890
New   York      9    25    .261
Yi s'erday'H (iamea.
Falkenberg's   Ninth   Straight.
ci veland, May 89.���Cleveland defeated 81 I.ouis 6 io 3 in the first
name ol the series here today, it being Falkenberg's ninth Blraight victory. Falkenberg was rather wild.
Twice 1"- pass, I J. Johnston and filled the bases wltb two out, anml each
time Williams struck out, Thi' St,
Louis players were delayed en route
and went oul on  the field hungry.
K.    II     K
St. I.ouis    3     6     2
Cleveland   8   12     2
Batteries: Stone and Alexander;
Falki nberg and Garlach.
Baker Hits Hard and Often.
Philadelphia, May 29, Prank Baker
hit the ball over the riuht field wall
In the seventh Inning of today's
game with New York and Ued tie*
Bcore. In the ninth with two out, he
doubled and scored on Mclnnes'
single which gave Philadelphia a victory by 6 to 6. Hrown pitched for
the locals for lour innings and was
hit hard. Hush relll veil Hrown In
the li:-'i and New York secured only
one hit In the remainder of the game.
Philadelphia batted Keating freely In
the last four Innings.
It     H,    E
New   York      a      8      2
Philadelphia 6   16     0
Batteries Keating and Sweeney;
Hrown.  Hush and  Lapp.
Outhit  But  Won.
Chicago, Mav 29, Chicago won the
first pan. of Ihe series with Detroit
today :i to 2 In ten Innings. Manager
Callahan, after one waa out In the
tenth, called on his pinch hitter
Ens', ily. who batting for Homer, drew
a base on balls. Zelder, the fie''
footed utility Inflelder of the locals
wen' in to run for Easterly and reach
ed third on Lord's single, which Cohl
fumbled momentarily, while Lord
w * nt to second. A moment later
SSeidi r scored on a wild pitch. Tin*
locals wire outhit by Detroit, bu
Russell, who appeared on the mound
for the lirst time sino, he was
"beaned" by Pitcher Mitchell, of the
Ch veland club, last Sunday, pitched
lhe better ball in the pinches.
It.    II.    E
Detroit   -   10    2
Chicago   3    7
Hatteri'is Wlllett and Stauagc.
BUBBell and Schalk.
Senators Defeat Champions.
Washington,   May 29.   Washington
scored enough runs In the third inning
olf O'Brien today to defeat Boston ',
to 2 O'Brien was found In this In
ning for three singles, which with
his error and two by Speaktr gave
Washington three  runs.
Mullin. making his flrst appearance
In a home game, was hit hard and
was unsteady at times, but sensation
al catches by tbe outfield prevented
Bcorlng. Captain Mcliride was banished from the game for protesting
Speaker's steal of second In the
eighth
President Wilson was In the grand
stand.
R.    II.    E
Hoston      2      4      2
Washington   6     B    0
Yet Ryan cleaned up less than $250
for hia hard-won victory. Nobody
wants to revive the bare-flBt game,
and It Ib to the credit of present day
fans that they have no desire for such
long and gruelling exhibitions. At
the same time, a little of the love of
sport and sterling honesty of those old
gladiators would work a decided Improvement in the boxers of today.
Ryan's case was by no means exceptional "Nonpareil" Jack Dempsey
cleared onlv (10 for one of his hardest
battles.
Ileeiian made a trip to England to
finht Savers for the championship of
the world for $1000, out of which he
had to pay expenses. Sullivan received much less than that for whipping
Hyan In  Mississippi
Reuben Oldring, who plays in thr
garden for the Philadelphia Athletics
was horn in New York 29 years ago
today "Hube" commenced his baseball career as a semi pro in the Bronx
and in llohokeii. which makes his
front monaker peculiarly apropi B.
His first league experience was with
Montgomery, In the Southern circuit
Towards the close of the 1906 season
lie returned to his ntaive city and
played for a time with the Yankees
The Athletics had a prior claim, however, and Oldring was awarded to
Philadelphia by the national commission Rube is speedy, and Is one
of the hardest swinging hitters in the
pastime.
PUGILISTIC ANNALS.
18S0 Paddy Hyan won title by defeating Joe floss In v7 rounds
at Collier's Station, W. Va.
1908���-Matty Baldwin deteated drover
Hayes  In  12  rounds at   Hoston.
1908���Jim Harry and Tony Ross tough!
a   12 round  draw  at   Newcastle.
1910 Freddie Welsh and Packey McFarland foughi 20-round draw
al   London
l'.'ll Johnny Kilbane and Jimmy
Walsh fought 12-ronnd draw at
Canton.
1911 Sam Langford defeated Ralph
Calloway in four rounds at Syracuse.
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Many havc been taking advantage of thc Bargains we have been giving in this department, but today
and tomorrow we arc giving some extra special values in Boy's Suits, Shirts, Stockings, etc.
te the Following Prices:
29.
Vancouver.   May
name In the People's   Shield   series,
plav. d on the Athletic l'ark thia eve-
nlng went to Nanaimo United, who
defeated the Vancouver rillStlOB b>
lhe only gonl scored during the enn-
,,.,.,. Referee Leltcli handled the
same which waB nually contested by
i,ah elevens, the Bcore lust about representing the play, The two teams
meet again tomorrow evening ami
-.Hat unlay.
The   opening  eleventh for protesting a decision
Dillon   Beats   Klaus.
Indianapolis.  Mny   29.;   .lack   I.I lon,
if Indiaunpelia. out boxed Frank Is hum.
of Pittsburg, In �� I" round bout here
tonight.    Klaua did nol  land ovet
,dor.cn blows that counted.
11.    H.    E
Philadelphia  G   12    '*'
New   York       1    18       '
Batteries: Alexander, Beaton and
Kllllfer; Demaree, Crandall, Tesreau
and Meyers, Wilson.
Reds Picking Up.
St,  Louis, May 29.���Cincinnati won
the o| Ig game with SI. Louis 13 to
111 today. The Inline team uH.d four
pllclierB, the visitors three, and all
were hit freely nnd Inclined to be
wild.
Johnson  relieved   Packard  for Cincinnati   In   the   fourth   With   no  outs
mid   the   bases   full.     Ha  walked one,
a: struck out  one, allowed  one hit and
'then forced the side out on a double
i-pESTonii house
Boys* Suits
in Tweeds and Worsteds, all the
new shades of greys and browns.
Worth to $8.00.   Friday and Sat- r ra
urday only  J*JU
HARRY   TIDY.  Manager.
Three   Nights.   Starting  Thursday,   May  29.    Matinee:   Saturday Afternoon at 2:30.
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THURSDAY  EVENING
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FRIDAY  EVENING
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SPECIAL PRICES,
Evenings, 25c. 50o. 75;, $1.00;
Matinee.   25o   and   50c.     Seats
now on sale at Tidy, the    Florist's.   Phone L184.
BOYS' SOfT SHIRTS
with soft collar to match, just LlOll
the   thing   for   summer,   were CA f
85c   Friday and Saturday .... "vt. ftrdlla
BOYS' BLOUSES
with separate collar  to  match.
Worth 85c. Friday and Saturday JuC.
Boys* Rock
Rib Hose
extra strong.   All sizes.   Friday ir^,
and Saturday   :.''.'  CJC.
BOYS' ODD BLOUSES AND SHIRTS
Worth up to 85c.   Sale Price 25c.
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minster, Competent to produce results. Applications should state experience and salary expected. Address Secretary New WoBtmlnater
Progressive Association, Box 401
New  Westminster, B.C. 1141S)
TENDERS WANTED POR GRAD-
ing three acres of Church of England cemetery. For particulars apply Diamond & Corbould, 507 Westminster Trusl building. (1400)
K X 1' E H 1 E N C E D   DRESSMAKER
wants work by the day.    Apply Box
1390 Daily News. (1890)
VVANTBD-^PEELBD, LIVE CEDAR
poles, 30 feet to 60 feet ln length,
1 inch to 9 inch tops. Can take ln
water or on cars. NestOB Timber
Co.  Ltd., Bellingham, Wash. (126S)
V. ANTED TO iU'Y OLD FEATHER
beds and pillows. Address Box
1136 News office. (1883)
COLLECTIONS.
I). K. & M. AGENCY, LIMITED, 520
Columbia street, New WeBtmlnster,
will collect your Blow and bad accounts for a mere trifle. No membership fee required and commission charged only on the amount
collected. Statements rendered
monthly, Collections made everywhere. (1365)
HAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
where. No collection, no charge
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west, Vancouver,  B.C. HM)
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SIX BOOMED HOUSE,
modern, one block from car, 517
Eleventh sirc-i, between Fifth and
Si iilt avenues. Apply 509 Eleventh
atreet, 11416}
THREE ROOMED BUNGALOW FOK
rent,    113.00.    Apply    ���'���  J-  Barker.
Bdmonda, B.C. U406)
FOR SALE
FOR    SALE    BELOW    COST,    ONE
pen of highly   bred   utility   Rhode
Island   Reds,    in   prime    condition.
Hens $2,011. rooster, (8,50.    Apply 309
Fine street. 11413)
Wp W31^!
FOR SALE���MANITOBA FARM
with crop, or exchange for city
properly. Inquire 32S Eighth street.
New Westminster. (13S4I
A FIVE BOOMED NEW COTTAGE
for sale by owner; price (2060; $200
cash. It lum bath, pantry and basement. Apply 443 Wilson street, Jiibi
off   Major  street. (13731
FOB SALE $1.00 DOWN, $100 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
HangeB; every one guaranteed. Market  square. (1200)
LOST.
LOST -SMALL PARCEL ON I
either a Sixth street or Twelfth |
street car about 6:30 o'clock Monday ovening. Parcel contains fancy
work and a thimble which Ib prized
by owner. Finder please return to
News office. (1404)
LOST���ON QUEENS AVENUE BE
tween Eighth street and Columbian
college, a small black change purse
containing a number of bills and
receipts. Finder leave at News
office and receive reward.       (13SSI
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
ACCIDENTS WILL  HAPPEN���ARE   YOU
INSURED ?
We havo two of the finest policies
ever written, and can insure either
men or women from 16 to 70 against
accident, sickness or death.
$10.00 for $3000.    $25 per week for
five weeks; this also covotb 49 dis- ���
oaseB. i
$5.00 for $20110.    $15 per  week  for
five weeks; this alBo covers 49 dis- '
eases.
Identification wallet with et��ch policy.
Policy Increases in value each year
Call and see our Prospectus.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block, 657 Columbia Street.
New Westminster, B.C.
LOOK FOR THE LARGE SIGN AT 605 COLUMBIA STREET, WITH THE NUMBER OVER THE DOOR.
Bargains in Men's Clothing
HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF SUITS TO PICK FROM
Men's Suits, positively worth to
$12.50 or your money refunded. Any time during the sale. .
Blue Serge, Black Thibet and unfinished Worsted Suits, also
Richfield Brown and Brown
Stripes.   Suits that sell up to 0 QQ
Hpp ���\jt-\J\J
$22.50; price
Finest Suits for best dress wear,
and those fashionable, diagonal
grey effects; finest hand-tail-
iring,   worth   up   to   $35.00.11
VifP  I   I ���
0
Price
Big line Soft Hats, worth up to 1  4r
Sta.fiO.    Pricft     I ���'rJ
$3.50.   Price
't; UN lSHF.li BEDROOMS AND
housekeeping room. Apply 420 St.
George Btreet.    Phone 1,526. < 1407)
ro RENT - coon FURNISHED
rooms with board. Apply Turney,
703 Third avenue, corner Seventh
street. (140R
FOR RENT.
Furnished   three   room   suite,   with
bath      Hot  anil  cold   water.
Bradley Apartments.
1218 Fifth Ave. Phone 750
TO ' RBNT���FURNISHED     HOUSE
for summer.    711  Fourth streol.
(14091
FOB RENT���LARGE KRONT HOOM
with board, suitable for two gentlemen; references. Apply 610 Third
avenue. |1411I
1 OR RENT- UNFURNISHED FLATS
m the storme block on Eighth
street, between Fifth and Slsth
avenue. Rent reasonable. Apply
518 Ash Btreet, directly behind
building. i Hul i
'.',) RENT   TWO OR    THREE    UN-
furnished     housekeeping      rooms, j
close I"1 ear line.    41U Ash street.
(1394)
TO RENT COMPLETELY l-'l'llN-
lab'-il seven roomed house In choice
residential part of lhe city, One-
hall acre ol lawn, shade and fmll
trees. Available June 1, Apply
Motherwell ,v Darling 11880)
WHITE HOCK SUMMER COTTAGES
or vacant bus for rent, sale or exchange; splendid position on hooch
front.   Winch. White Rock.    (18S&)
APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL
LICENSE.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned will apply lo Ihe Board of
License Commissioners at its next
regular sitting far an Hotel License
for the premises known as the "Hotel
Dominion," situate upon Ixtt 11, Hlock
5, corner of Sixth and Columbia
Streets, City of New Westminster.
B.C.
Datetl this 9th dav of May, A.I)
1918.
EDWARD W   SEABOLD,
i12S4i    EDWARD JUNTOS.
Men's Boots worth to $3.50; now  1 49
The  best   Boots,  equal  to  any  j QO
$5.50 and $6.00 make; now . .   ��-30
Suits worth to $15.00   or   your
money refunded; at any time -AC O
during this sale    JJ.O
���ii ���nm iimimaiiii ��� mim ���iubmh������
Men's fine hand-tailored suits in
all the wanted styles, worth up  n QQ
to $20.00; now    ��� ��� "O
��� mini mu mi ��������� in umi a���������������
Men's Fine Raincoats, worth to   A QQ
$15.00; now         l**JO
��� ���
The Big Bankrupt
Sale at 605 Columbia Street opened
with a terrific rush.
Thousands of people packed the
store to its utmost
capacity. Hundreds of people
had to be turned
away. Westminster never saw
SUCH CROWDS AND BARGAINS
before. Come today, tomorrow or
next week and get
your share of these
wonderful bargains. Doors open
at 9 a.m.  Read on.
Men's Soft and Stiff Hats, all CA
shapes: worth $3.   Price  UjC.
Men's Fine Boots, worth up to i on
$4.00; now    **0*r
Men's Suits in high grade dark
silk, mixed Cheviots, splendidly tailored, regular   price   to r no
$18.00.    Price     "��� 3��
Suits, perfectly tailored; it seems
a pity to sell them so low; reg- Q AO
ular price up to $25.00. Price..  3.30
Hats, soft, stiff and straw, worth Aft
to $2.   Sale Price now ���C.
50c. Children's Overalls.
50c. Belts.
29c.
19c
Ladies' Shoes, worth to $3.50; QQ
now
Notions  (liven  Away
Ladies and Chil iren's Wear Slaughtered
Merchandise
Exchanged
and
Money
Refunded
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FURNISH-
ed   complete,  eleotrta     ll^ht.     both,'(13311
phono, etc., $14 and $H im-it month;   ���__,
alao one partly furnished ru-om   f3 ,
por month, with other aoco-nimoda- [
tions. ut 2:i Seventh n'rwl.   iU'86)
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that at the
next sitting of tho Board of License
Commissioners fnr tho City nt New
Westminster application will bt- made
for ;i transfer of the license to sell
liquor by retail in the Central Hotel
premises situate on l.ot One (1),
Mock "O," Merchants' Square, City of
New Westminster, ftnm Jos 1, Pre*
man to Henry Freeman.
imt'il   at    New  Westminster, B.C..
this tMh tiny of Mny, A li   1918.
JOS   1   FREEMAN,
Holder of License.
HENRY FREEMAN,
Applicant for Trsnsfw.
t Selig-Out S
605 Columbia St., Near Sixth St.
Welsh's Old Stand in the Building Formerly Occupied by Reid &
McDonald Clothing Store.
Store Open Saturday Evening till 11 p.m.
WARNING
IU. ture you find the null
place. Ho not confound thi
snlo with other so-callei
Bankrupt Clothing Salei
You must look for the num
ber abovo the iloor befori
entering (BOB Columbia St
then you will know you an
In the right place. We ar
warning you agalnsl an un
scrupulous merchant tha
wlll try to lure you In tbroug
a similar Bale Blnca thiB sal
h:is been announced.
���_*-������' SxvemAtmx&maEtsa 5 SaSCttttB Bawl ��� *���*-.*- o B * a ua - a It*. BSutrtiitSei ���*������
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J     JJBl
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TEACHERS  WANTED.
GOOD MANAGEMENT
IS GREATEST EACTOR
Otherwise     All     Cheap     Government
Money���All  Central   Selling
Agencle�����Will Fall
TO  ItKNT -ItOOM     WITH
423 Eleventh street.
BOARD   AND   HOOMS.
GENT I. KM AN WHO WOUU) LIKE
comfortable room, good board with
private family; use of phone and
plajio.    Address    Hox    141 ^    Nr-m
office. 114181
BOARD    AND     ROOM     $6.00    PER
week.    Apply 213 Seventh hti-i--t.
(14015)
|    Wanted      tochers    for    the    city
BOARD,  schools,      Including      high      school
(um)   toaohers,  commercial  teachers   (with
���   academic teacher's certificate), publlc
srhool  principals,  vice principals and
aaslHinnts,      manual      training     and
domestic   sclencn   Instructors.     Application forms may he obtained at the
Offices    of     the   Wo-stminster    News.
British   Columbian,   Vancouver  Province and  Victoria Colonist.
Apply
BOARD  OF  SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
(1376)     Now Westminster, B.C.
DOAIili    AND    ROOM,
Merrlvale street.
AI'H.Y     -17
TO   BUILDERS.
Tenders will be received by the
vndersigned until 6 p m. OH June 8rd
next for the erection of nn Anglican
Church (frame building) at Burqult-
lam. n.C.   Drawings   ami   Bpeolflea-
t.<;nii may b- obtained nt my office.
vol Columbia street (ovir Curtis'
Drug Store), or from Mr. B. C t'otch-
Inff, Htirqtililam. The lowest o. any
tender uot necessarily nccepted.
W. A. PETERS,
(14-0!) Architect I
Advertise in the Daily News
WESTMINSTER
IKON    WORKS.
Telephones:   Office 53,  Residence 429.
JOHN REID, Proprietor,
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents     Palmer     Bros.'   Oasoline
Engines,   Marine   Engines  and   Auto
mobile Repairs.
Office and Worko:  Tenth  St.
P.O. Box 474.    New Weetmir.ster, B.C.
Armstrong, May 29 Mr. l-\ T. Jack
Bon. of the firm of Daykin & Jackson, in Armstrong, Interviewed a few
days ago, gave his opinion aa to the
success  of the  now  Belling ag-oney.
The most Importanl feature, said
Mr Jackson, In connection with the
organizing of thla valley into single
units with one central selling agency,
Is the confidence that tbo central is*-
ency tnusl instantly Inspire In the local  units and  the  buying  firms.
The manager of ihe central agency
Imtist .- vi a Bquare deal to every separate ui.il nf the association. Eur
thermi re he will havi- to exact efficient and competent management
from every local organization, in order 'hu* he, as the central association manager, may have accurate information systematically supplied, to
Insure every individual shareholder a
just  deal.
Unbusinesslike management of any
branch association would make it Impossible to give the members ol that
association a just and equitable deal.
Upon being asked If he did not think
���that the. bylaws as laid down covered
every exigency of possible bad management, Mr. Jackson replied. "A BOt
Of  bylaws  will  not  make a business.
; Kor   Instance,   tho   government  aided
���- ��� '
ll i' Coui ml Fruit Exchange had a
beautiful so: of bylaws, yel it failed.
Elerrents of Success
"A govt rnment loan at a low rate
of InteroBt and with an easy repayment feature, is not going to mako
tho price of Northern Spy apples tiny
higher; nt i- will the fact thai the
government Is going to supervise the
business and audit the books regular
ly prevent improper credits or losses.
Hut thr- combination of good buslnese
managi mom and government money
with supervision will make for success."
Im you think tbere is any probability of the association being workod
at  a profit  for the first  year or so?
"By all means each local association and the central selling agency
should bo no managed that at the end
of the year the books showed a surplus Instead of a deficit a grower
thinks you ought to make money, ttnd
he Bhould nol be disappointed oven
though you would have to make a
slightly higher charge than he ttiinkH
you should for turning his products
Into cash. A surplus is ;i handy thing
to have around when you want to
atari a campaign to widen your markets   tins  costs  money   too."
H" you think it-rwill still be possible to specialize In certain products
from  certain  local associations?
"Certainly, the organization should
strive to create a local prid" in tin1
excellence of lis shipments. For ox-
ample. If Kelowna attains perfection
with some certain variety of fruit.
they alone should participate in the
increased price that item may bring
on the market; other local associations may be supreme In other varieties or other products and they Bhould
be encouraged to maintain that supremacy."
hmmm
PUBLIC UTILITIES
PAY IN EDMONTON
Electric Power aRte to Be Cut Considerably���Made   $60,000   Clear
Profit Laat Year.
Kdmonton, May 29. Usera of clec
trinity for lighting and power pur
poses will bo the first to benefit directly from the municipal ownership
of public utilities In Kdmonton hy a
: reduction of from 12Vi to 2S per cent,
in  rates, effective early  in Juno.
A. W. Ormsliy, superintendent of
the department, which has a surplus
!of more than jlOO.OOO, today recommended a cut of l2Vi per conl. in
light rates, now eight cents por It v..
and 25 per cent, reduction In power
rates, now four cents, With a slidine,
scale for manufacturing concerns, The
l commissioners favor the cut.
The total profits of all the publicly owned utilities In Edmonton was
(60,000 last year. The Btreet railway
reported a large deficit on accoitnl of
extraordinary charges and extensions
and improvements, but the light and
power departments earned more than
sufficient to cover the loses. The water department was operated at a profit.
Tho city charges fl for 25 tickets,
good at all bourn, with universal
transfer; labor tickets, good during
certain hours in the morning and
evening, eight for 25 cents, and stu
dents' tickets, good at all hours,
twelve for 25 cents. Twelvo million
I
passengers  were carried  In  ll'12.  as
agalnsl 1,812,490 in 1D09.
Mayor William Short, who is also
i hairmaii of the hoard of eity com
mission'n*. said today that roduc
lions will bo made in oiher departments an soon as poBBtble, and it is
expected that this will hi- Increased
with lower power charges. Ton miles
of Hues will he built nnd placed in
operation during this year
NOTICE.
CITIZENS OF COCHRANE
BUY THEIR OWN BONDS
Cochrane, May 29.- There Is talk
here of steps being taken hy some nf
the leading business men to buy up the
f 15,01)0 In debentures now on the market. Thoy will not be sold at loss than
par in any event and us there seems to
be a tightness In the money markei
something along this line will possibly
bo done.
The town haB never sold debentures
ul less Ihan par. This Is a rather unrivalled  Bhowlng  for a place Iho size
of Cochrane and so young, nnd it augurs well for the fuliiro of the placo
when financial men have such faith
in It,
P.O. Box 34 Dally News Ulrln
I.  T.   P'JRMETT'9   PRINT   SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
i.f all  kinds.
Prices right     Hnllsfaclion guaranteed
19   Mr.Kenlle   St.
Notice Is hereby given thai the Corporation nf the City of New Westminster propones to nil In and build certain   works   on   the   foreshore   along
portions of ihe main waterfront of
the City of Now Westminster, and
hs* deposited the plans thereof anj
. ci.-ic.rl\>t'.t n of the proposed sites
with the Minister of Public Works
and a duplicate thereof In the office
of the Registrar of Title* for tiie District art New Westminster In tho
Province of liritish Columbia, being
the district In which such work i��
proposed to bei constructed, and will
���ne month after tho date hereof apply to tho UoviwnorlnCouno.il for approval thereof.
Dated this ;-trd day of May. 1913.
THB CORPORATION OV THK CITV
OK NKW WESTMINSTER,
Ily W, A. Duncan, City Clerk.
(im;)
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Spring and Summer Sultlngf
now on display. See them. Perfect
fit and workmanship guaranteed. 701
front 8treeL
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Ile l.ot. thirty-four (34), Southwest
quarter of District I.ol elghl hun
dred and sixty seven isiiT), Municipality of North Vancouver, Map
8024.
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 59942 E��� covering
the above mentioned property, issued
In ilu- name of Sham Singh, has been
(lied In this office. Notice is hereby
given that I shall at the expiration
of one month from dale of tlrst publication hereof. Issue a duplicate of
said Certificate of Title, unless In the
meantime valid objection be made tt>
mo In writing.
Dated at the Land ItcglHtry Office.
Vancouver, B.C., this 12th day of
Mny,  A.D.   1913.
ARTHUR Q  SMITH,
(1811) District  Registrar.
I FRIDAY,   MAY  30,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN
m
THE DOMINION BANK
SintOMUNOB. 031.CR   M.P , PnESIDtNT. Wo   MATTHEWS, VIOE-PRESIOfNT,
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
Capital p��.d up     ...     .     $5,000,000
Re&crve Fund      .... $6,000,000
Tol��l Alien $76,000,000
Don't Risk Losing Your Money
by carrying II with you, or hiding It at home. Fire or robbery
may wipe out the savln-jj ol a liletime In a lew moments. Let Tho
Dominion Bank take care of them. II costs you nothing lor this
protection- in facl. yaur money will earn Interest II deposited in
the Savings Department.
NEW WESTM1N9TER BRANCH :   a H. MATHEWSON, Mana-jer.
C. N. Edmondson & Co.
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Are showing some very pretty designs in Brass Beds, 4 ft and 4 ft. 6 In.
Exceptional bargains at from  $29.50 to $53.75
White Enamel Iron Bods from  $3.05 to $18.50
Genuine Oak Dresser  $18.25 to $27.50
Other Dressers ln Golden Oak, Hoyal Oak and Mahogany finish.
Dining room Suite, consisting of Pedestal Table, extend to 8 feeL
5 side and 1 arm chair, and buffet with B. B. plate mirror. This suite
Ib an exceptional bargain at $48.00 complete.
EVERYTHING   FOR THE  KITCHEN  AT THIS  STORE.
Our Dry Goods section ls attracting great attention.
Cor. 6th Avenue and 12th Street���take 12th St. Car
DARLINGS
In  a  Military
Musical
Ottering.
ALBERTO. AUSTRALIAN MAGICIAN
At thc  Royal Theatre Today.
INVALUABLE WOHK     iGEOlOGICAl fXPfRT
FRtt fOR FARMERS    INSPECTS ROSSIAND
EXCELSIOR BARBER SHOP
HA1H CUTTING     BEARD CUTTING
MA88AGINQ SHAVING
Specialty���Treatment of the  scalp
by Vlbro-Maasage and (Mover's Kum
' oua Stimulating Tonics.
DAVID BOYLE. 35 Eighth St.
NEW WESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER. SEATTLE  AND  ALL  OTHER
POINTS  IN  THE  NORTHWEST  TO *
Boston    $110.00
Buffalo           92.00
Chicago        72.50
Duluth        60 00
Minneapolis         60.00
Montreal           105.00
Nev/   York       10R 50
Philadelphia       108.50
Omaha,   Council   Bluffs,   Kansas  City  and   St.  Joseph
Tickets ��ill be sold nt proportionately  reduced farceB to
Pittsburgh        91.50
Rochester.   N.  Y     96.40
St. Louie,  Mo      70 00
St.   Paui,   Minn      60.00
Sioux City, lowa        60.00
T .ronto. -Ont     92.00
Washington       107.50
Winnipeg         60.00
60.00
MANY
Return
OTII Kit l'i H NTS In the East In addition    to   those   mimed.
may be made through California at slightly  higher fares.
LIMITS  AND  STOPOVERS.
FINAL  RETURN   LIMIT,  OCTOBER  31,  1913.
Liberal   stopover   privileges nnd  choice  of different   routes    are
offered     For additional Information regarding fares, routes, sleeping
car reservations, etc., cull on or address
H.   H.   STEVENSON.  City   Passenger and  Freight  Agent.
CHICAGO.   MILWAUKEE   &.   ST. PAUL RY.
022   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
Governmi nt  Will  Send  Hand-Book on
Co-operation and Fruit Growing
For  the   Asking
Ottawa, May 29, Those who are
familiar with the history of apple
growing in Canada are aware that
single banded it haa been very difficult, yi's. almost impossible, to succeed in orcharding heyound a few
trees, and that only since co-operation
became a strong fact< r in the
prise has Ihe industry become
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Cc, Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES
A Modern and
Handsome Office
can be fitted up very quickly and
reasonably with the aid of our
millwork. We have all ready
in Btock panels, mouldings and
all neceaaary fittinga to expedite the rush jobs. We ahall be
gi..d to submit drawings and
estimates as we are specially
fitted up for this class of work.
Phone   473,   Queensborough.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldg
t. ti. Mccormick
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Phone 927.      Suit 19, B. C. E. R.  Depot. New Westmlntter B. C.
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN \T*OH WORKS, LTD.
p.   o     P'lX   44?
TELEPHONE   S?4
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
enter-
established on a firm and prosperous basis,
liuiing the last decade of the past
century it was no uncommon thing in
Paris of Ontario to see splendid orchards chopped down for firewood.
Growers oould go' little more for
their fruit than the actual expenses
Incurred In producing il and so the
industry had little to justify itB continuance, ll was under these circumstances that as a last resort tin-
co-operative movement in the industry began,
Thai ii has BUCCeeded and with lt
the commercializing of the apple industry on a large scale there can lie
no manner of doubt, as already theer
have been organized throughout Canada no less than 106 co-operative societies and tlie number is constantly
increasing.
To outline in more or less detail thc
principles of co-operation, the more
desirable method to adopt in putting
these principles Into practice and ihe
objects to be gained In apple growing
by their adoption tbere has been issued from Ottawa a comprehensive
booklet entitled, "Co-operation and
Fruit Crowing." lt has been prepared
by Mr. Alex McNeil, chief of the
fruit division who Is recognlied in
one of the foremost authorities ot the
day on the subject of fruit culture,
commerce and co-operation.
In this work of forty-six pages the
subject is treati d from practically
���very standpoint that interests the
Canadian apple grower. Not only are
the essentials and methods of co-operation clearly brougbl out but the
advantages being derived through i:s
agencies are clearly shown.
What is Aimed at
The aims of co-operation as applied
to the fruit industry are enumerated
is follows:
(al To bring fruit products OB directly as possible from the producer
0 the consumer.
ihi To encourage the best methods
f production.
id To encourage thrift In the fruit
-rower, and economy, intelligence, enterprise and honesty in the packing,
.���railing  and  marketing of fruit.
idi To make It possible for a num-  owned
her of  small  growers  to establish  a
'ommercial   standing   that   will   be  a
guarantee   for   grade   marks  or  oon-
���ontrarts.
(e) To act as a credit organization to make advances on products
��� n the process (if being sold.
Dealing with the labor problem
which confronts every kind of farm-
ng it is shown that Nova Scotia
i;rowirs through their central association In lilll were able to take care
if a crop twice the usaul size.
Beside the olher great advantages
f sure markets and good prices Be-
���ur. i| for fruit the bulletin cites the
���livings that are effected iu buying
lupplles,
There is given a list of the pur-
thascs of the society in which the
manager claims to have made a saving of $16,000 In one yi ar on gooda
which cost in tile aggregate $Tfi.fllli)
and included packages, spraying equip
ment and materials, fertilizers, drain
tiles and sbrdl shrd hrdl rdlurdl.idil
tiles,  etc
The work is issued ns bulletin No,
US of the dairy and cold storage Com-
mlsstoner'B  series and  is  for general
distribution    by    ihe      publications
branch of  the  department of agriculture  at   Ottawa.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABIJSHED 1817.
CAPITAL (PaidUp)   $16,000,000.00
RESERVE    $16,000,000.00
Branches  throughout  Canada    and
Newfoundland, and   In   London    Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokaiu-
U.S.A.,  and  Mexico City.    A  general
hanking business transacted.    Letters
of  Credit  Issued,  available  with  cor
respondents In all parts of the world
Savings Bank Department��� Deposit!
received   In  sums  of  $1   and   upward
the camp so that he will he in a posi-   and inter-ast allowed at 3 per cent fer
tlon  to edit   the  report  on  the camp  annum (preaent rate).
Total Assets over $1K6.000,0(10.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Q,  D.  BRYMNBR,  Manager
Seven   Hundred     Men     Employed   on
Four   Mines���Centre   Star   Now
Down  to 2,300  Feet.
I
Rossiand, May 28. llr. Charles \V.
Iirvsdiile of the Dominion p��oli���-'������ ���������
survey has arrived here. He lias been
sent to Rossiand by It. W. Brock, director of thut branch of the department of mini*s. to undertake the ������* rk
of bringing the geological information
on the Rossiand camp up io date  i
irr enable him to become familiar with
NO COMPLAINTS
No Come-backs.
"YALE" Engines al-
ways   work   perfect
from the start.
It is proof that they
are made RIGHT.
Made   In   New   Westminster.
HEAPS   ENGINEERING CO. LTD.
Schaake   Machine Works.
J. H. Todd's Music House
419   Columbia   Street,   New   Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  AND DOM'NION  PIANOS  AND ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
Singer  Sewing  Machines.    Small   Musical Goods of all  Kinds.  PHONE 694
al   work,   which   Mr.   Brock's   duties
prevent him from undertaking.
ln the neighborhood of 700 mi n are
now employed at tie* Centre Star.
War Kagle. Le Roi aud Le Roi No. 2
mines at  Rossiand.
Most of tlie war from the War Eagle
Centre star and Le Roi is taken out
by Ih" Centre Star shaft. Some ore
Is taken out through the Black Bear
tunnel of the Le Hoi mine, but the
rock handled in this way is only that
which Is Immediately adjacent to the
tunnel. All the War Kagle and Centre Star ore comes up through the
big shaft.
Tlie greatest depth attained is 2,300
feit from the collar of the Center
Star shaft Ore ai present is being
taken from points between tbe secon
and twelfth levels on Ihe Centre Sin
the third and eleventh levels on the
War Kagle and the third and twelfth
levelB on the Le Hoi On the Le Roi
the great* Pl depth from which ore is
being mined Is the 1.760 foot level
Twenty.thre" hundred feet is the
greatest depth from which ore Is taken on the Centre star.
There are approximately l>0 miles of
underground work in the three mines.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  165.      Barn  Phons 13'
Bsgblt Street.
Baggage UellvciB-*! Promptly to
any part of the city.
DCIKBOR LtM)fR
MAKING MONEY fAST Z
Bltulithic on Second Street, New Weatmlnster with Boulevard Down
the Centre.
mtulithlc  Is noiseless, non-sllppory, practically dustless, easy    on
,,���,.,���' feet   nnd. above all. particularly   durable.    Kor these  reasons
, uiithic is commended highly hy owners of automobiles and horses,
S&!^n^%t^,i%'ss^s^w" ""���
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7130.       714-717 Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.
Veregrn   Makes   Good   Profit   on   Purchase of Three  Yea-s  ..go���Buya
2.000.000 Tons  Iron  Rust.
Grand Korks. 11 C, May 29.- Peter
Veregln, the head of the Doukhobor
colony, has been busy In business olr-
clos ' round here, one of his deals
Bhowlng excellent profits.
Thia was an important timber deal,
which hus just been closed and in
which H. A. Hrown and J W, Orr will
pay $10,000 for tbe mercantable Umber and poles on 21li acres ef land on
the North Kork ol" the Kettle river,
by Peter Veregln, who reserves 2,000,000 feet of balm of gilead
for the manufacture of fruit boxes.
An Interesting feature of the deal
is that the properly was acquired by
the owner some three years ago for
$4,000 He now tells the timber on
ihe acreage for *10,000, a net prolit
of MOiTi, aid still has the land and
2,0 0.0C0   feet   cf   1 aim   ot   gilead   as
KI il.
Ver gin ha.* just bought from H. A.
Brown 2,000,000 tons of iron rust at
Volcanic mountain. The "iron rust" is
Uo- oxidized mineral which bus fallen
from the top of th.' mountain nud it
is Btated to be the Intention of the
purchaser io ship the oxides to Cas
tlogar. where he will have it plan
around fruit trees on liis property
there us a tertlltli r
<> light aad heavy Hauling
MTV OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
CANADIAN PACIFIC
mm co.
Splendid arrangement*    made   this
year for cheap  round  trip tickets to
points east,  commencing  May 23.
reek End tickets on sale to Iocs'*
points at Single Kare for Round Trij
on   Fridays.   Saturdays   and   Sundays
Kor rates and reservation apply   tc
ED. QOl'LET, Agenl
New Westmtnst*
Or H. W. Brodle, G.P.A.. Vancouver
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Our Motor Truck now delivers Lumber, Lath and
Shingles ON THE JOB.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO.. LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
I
WE TAKE THE CHANCE
A Fire May Happen Any Time
DO   IT   NOW
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY IN THE
"NORD-DEUTSCHE"
An Insurance Company   with   $4,000,000   Capital
SEE   BICKELL ABOUT IT
HE WRITES THE INSURANCE
Phone 1299 322 Westminster Trust Bldg.
The FRASER CAFE
Quick Service, Good Meals, Reasonable Prices.
CORNER OF BEGBIE AND FRONT STS.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
Ijfat-t* Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m
2 p. ra. urul 11 :4&.
Loavra Vancouver for Seattle 10 flu CD
unt] 11 p. m.
Leaves Vanoouver for Nanalmo I p. m
Leave* Vancouver for Prince Rupert
und Northern Points 10 \>- m. Wednesdays.
Chilliwack Service
ro.    Tiir-wia?
E. H. BUCKLIN,
I'rea   and -Utnl. Up.
N.  BKARD6LEB.
Vlc-t-Pr-aaldact.
W. f\ H. BUCK LIN
Bee. ***.& Trit>
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
8   a.   m    MVmluy
Every, Woman
, la lnUromM aod iboaM know
i about lha wonderful
Marvel Douche
I.e-aves  Chllllwack    7
Thursday ami *iturday.
Leaves  Westmlnat-ar
Wodnesda? and Friday
Kn. QOULBT,  Agi-nt,  New  Wrdlmlnstei
ll   \v. BRODIB, Q. P. A.. Vanoouver.
: HERBERTRVim&Ca
ODESSA  . -��
1
Alt
the  H.vRVr.U accept no
o-.v.or. but Hna stamp fur tutw- ���
trul.J book ��� msIm.  It *l**e* fell
p-trUr-alam nntl ri*"-,H-tl'iu* InT-dnftble
to UtlluaAVISDROUfl 1-rLVCtl.Wliidiior.on'
' .in. ..ii Atfrilt. tor t m. mln.
���*&
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can get as Rood, OT better, manufactured in B. C, viz.: the
the celebrated "VANCOUVER'' Brand, guaranteed to pass Standard
Specification!-!  of  American and Canadian  Engineers'  Association.
We would also call attention to our Vitrified Sewer I'ipe from
4-in. to -4-iu. in diameter. This is also made ln this Province and we
consider superior to any imported article.
We also carry a slock of Crushed Heck, Washed Gravel, Sand,
I.line, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS,, LIMITED
Phones 15 and 16.
902 Columbia Street W.
I
STORAGE
WATER   SYSTEM    NOW.
Golden May Orflanize Company to
Serve Town.
Qolden, IV t'.. May 29. II is nol un-
likely tint a company will he organized with a view to establishing and
maintaining a water works In Qolden,
The matter has been taken up by the
council nf the board of trade and al B
recent meeting an expert explained
that a complete system . thoroughly
modern In every respect, could be put
In hire for aboni $-ir,.non.
He said that after examining the
various sources of supply he recommended that v.*"I.-*- be t.iki a from
Hospital creek, two and a halt miles
west of town, where between 8,000,OQO
and   4.000,000  gallons  are  constantly
available.
FE   ROCK   HOTEL
Comfortable  Family  Hotel
Ily.   All trains
Forty minutes run fram New Westminster on (i. N,
stop at While Itock.
Fifty rooms, largo Dintng Hall, magnificent view of Bay and Gulf;
onlv fun minutes from Hallway Depot; Hot and Cold Water. Rooms
can be engaged en suite, suitable for children and families. European
and American plan; gymnasium hall in connection, aWo a store containing full line of groceries. For termB and rates apply
White Rock, B.C. P- GREYELC, Proprietor.
l CySTS*
Low Rale Excursion Tickets Now
on Sale to the East and to Europe
8.8. "Prince  Rupert."       S.S. "Prince (Ieorge."     S.S. "Prince John."
(lA'avc Vancouver at 12 midnight.)
Mondays lor Prince Rupert, Stewart, Massett.
Tuesdays   for   Victoria,   Seattle. t
Thursdays  for   Prinee  Rupert, Granby   Iiay,    Skldegate,    Lockoport.
.ledway, Ikeda, etc.
Satursda:. 8 for Victoria. Seattle. "'  """*"'..������   '    '""*v;
Close connections at Prince Rupert with Grand Trunk Pacific trains
for Tyee, Terrace,  Hazelton.
C. SMITH, C. P, & T. A.
I Granville Street, Vancouver.
W.   B.   DUPEROW,  G.  A.  P.   D.
Phone Private Exchange 8i;l4 PAOS  E3QHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MAY  30,  1913.
"PAY    CASH    IT    WILL    PAY
YOU".
RemcmVer the  Place ���
33 Eighth Street.
arc! the tcl< phone No. 2
SPECIALS.
Just received from Hamilton,
Ont.. a new lot of "Tartan"
Brand canned goons. These
goods are backed by the manufacturers and our guarantee.
Com 2 cans for 25c.
Peas   can  15='
Tomatoes 2 cans 35c
Matchless Silver Polish���We
are the only firm with It In
Btock. bottle 25c.
French canned neans "Haricots Verts," awfully good, 2
cans 25c.
German I-eutels, per lb 12'2c.
Tartan Carolina Rice, 1 lb.
bags. 2  bags 25c.
Cherry Stone Oysters, dell-
ciouB, per can 25c.
P S. S. Jelly Powder. New-
shipment, all flavors, 3 pks. 25c.
"Money back goods."
Empress Baking Powder, 10
OI, cans, 25c.
Try a can and If you don't like
it get your money back.
FRUITS.
Pineapples,  each    35c.
Strawberries,   basket    20c.
Rhubarb,  10  lbs 25c.
Oranges 30c, 40c, 45c, 50c. doi.
Bananas per dozen  30c
Spend your money where
values demand.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE  2.
City News In Brief
THE
Of ESTAFES
is a business in itself,
and not one easily acquired or simple of performance.
This company divides
the work among many
specialists, all of them
know just what to do
when called upon, and
therefore do not waste
time and the funds of
estates in learning how.
That is one reason
why this compaiTy does
its work so much less
expensively than an individual executor can.
The subject of executorships is a big one.
Call in and let us talk
it over as it concerns
you.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
'The Perpetual Trustee'
4% on deposits
Paid   up  Capital   and   Surplus
    $2,800,000.00
Assets       4,973,161.05
Trusts undor Administration
    S6.217.9SS.93
Trusteeships for Bondholders
    $'.'5.3-88,000.01)
Open  Saturday  Evening 7 to  9.
OFFICES:���Vancouver, victoria
New Westminster, Nanalmo,
Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, London, Hug., and
Antwerp, Belgium
T. J. Thomas, assistant clerk, is per
forming  the  duties  of  olty  clerk  In
Mr. Duncan's absence on leave lu To
ronto.
Floridora for the Hair, fragrant
and effective, Price 86o nnd 50c.
Frank .leal, Til. 389, City. (137'.!)
The high school students win hold
their annual picnic on June II at Crescent Ileach, better known as lllackie
Spit.
Kor everything electrical see W.
Day. House wiring and conduit work
a specialty. (1204)
Judge Iloway and Judge (irant exchange courts Unlay, Judge Iloway
taking the latter's court In Vancouver and vice versa.
See the special features at the Edison thealre today; "The l,ady of the
Ijtke" and "The Htnri of an Actress."
Thn    Progressive    association    will
hold  Iheir annual meeting on  Friday
evening   In   the   council
tho city  hall.
Concerning Acreage.
The site for the Coqultlam municipal hall In Maillardville stands on one
half acre: the municipal laud ou Austin road extends lo Iwo acres. The
figures were Inverted In The News report of the reeve's speech iu the discussion on the purchase resolved upon
at Wednesday's meeting of Ihe Coqultlam council.
Diocesan Synod.
About 75 clergymen and nbout 100
laymen will gather In SI. Paul's
church, Vancouver, next Wednesday
and Thursday to attend the 31st annual synod of the diocese of New-
West minster. On Tuesday there will
bo a quiet day for the clergy, the devotional exercises to be led by Rev.
Principal Seagar, of St. Maik's hall.
Kodaks
AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
Developing and  printing
done on the premises.
Agents for the
EASTMAN
List prices.
Curtis Drug Store
For PHOTO GOODS, 8PECTACLE8
and SEEDS,
Smart tailored and dn'Bsy hats,
regular $5 to JS.50, Friday and Saturday -J3.U5. Mrs. Agret, 59 Sixth street.
(14221
In order to give their employees a
chance to enjoy the summer evenings In recreation, the T. H. Smith Co..
Ltd., announce that their store will
close at 5 o'clock sharp during the
months of June, July and August.
Insure with Alfred W. Mcl.eod, the
insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
(1374)
Building p-crmlts were issued yes
terday lo John I'aacoe for a three
roomed cottage on Fourteenth street,
at an estimated cosi of $1000; to O.
T. Hay, Hamilton slreet, house Improvements, $600; lo Mrs. W. C.
Turnbull.  repairs to cottage, $260.
Try the 15c and 35c summer
lunches at the Nutshell, Hoom 3. Dominion  Trust building. (1246)
An elderly Inebriate in tlie pollce
court yesterday pleaded guilty to
patronizing fluid rye not wisely Imt
too well. Ile did not mention
whether It was the home product, so
there was no extenuating circumstances in the shape of local patriotism and he was mulcted In $2.50 with
costs.
Money to loan on first mortgages,
Improved city and farm property.
Terms easonalile.    Alfred  W. Mcl.eod.
(13741
The Women's Educational club held
a   business   meeting   Inst   evening    at
Ithe home of .Mrs. W. T. Reid. I; was
decided to have a garden party at, llie
I Columbian college on Thursday after
J noon,  June  12.
See the Bpeclal features at the
Kdison theatre this ufternoon and
avoid  lhe rush at  night.
The city council has declined lu
entertain a suggestion by Messrs.
Stimson & Co.. financial agents.
Toronto, thai they should have an
option on tie* sal,* of the city bonds.
Mr. Brymner, ni the Bank of Mont
real, will report on the general linan-
|clal Bituation to tlio council and they
will in- guided greatly by his advice.
A Hardman, tlie cake man Oet
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery,
Telephone 231, 11205)
Complaints reach Tlie News office
daily of papers having been stolen
from business places and homes after
they have been delivered in lhe early
morning. While the management appreciates this evidence of the popularity of The News, the annoying
practice must cease, or punishment
will follow.
Raymond sewing machine for sale,
in llrst class order, only $15.00. C.
N. Edmondson ft Co.. corner Sixth
tVenue ami Twelfth street.        (1275)
A Hooting of the school board was
arranged for yesterday morning at 0
o'clock for the purpose of visiting Ihe
new I.ord Lister school. Trusters
Gilley, Stone} and Train were pr, ��
on', but as three members do not
constitute a quorum, they wen* unable to officially accept llie new struc-
. ture.
I Building material,    cement,    lime,
hard plaster, gravel, sand, crushed
rock, fuel oil and all kinds of towing.
Apply llie II C. Transport Co, Ltd
I'hone 826,    Wharf phone 880.  (12021
Build up liritish Columbia b>  plac
��� ing  your  lire Insurance    with    ll   I
companies  Our companies aro among
������lie strong-apt operating in the Domfti
Mon. National Finance Company, 521
Columbia Btreet.   Phone 515.     (1356)
��� A   i:  ,ng   i f  the   ~i     W    ('    A    will
be held en Mondaj evening nt B
o'clock in '!., assi miily room of the
building lo discuss various mailers
At a mealing of the directors on Wed
nesdav reports of th,* varioUB commll
teoa were rec,mil :>nf] considered
vi ry satisfactory Arrangements are
being considered 'er educational and
physical culture classes for the summer months,
Th"     Canadian     Western     Lumber
Compan)   have  purchased   a  five   ion
motor truck for the purpose of cater
j Ing  more  to  New   Westminster  and
district trade. (1376)
Ex-Councillor Austin, an old timer
ot Coqultlam, from whom the Austin
road derives lis name, is spending a
shorl holldaj In the city and renew,
ing old fri, ndBhlpa In the district.
Mr. \iisiin is now settled at Kamloops, 'lhe 11. I golf links now oc
ciipy the land,, of I, old ranch and
ni*; fi nn. i- residence has been con
verted Into the club bouse. The con
Irasl to ii,,. d;,.s uiul, he blazed a
.trail through virgin torest to what
Mb  now  Uo   ornament  of the munlcl-
| pflllt)    as Blied   and   delighted   the
'old  tlnir.r
TwIce-a-Week Malls.
A twlcea-week mall service is to be
established between Pitt River post-
office and Silver Valley, tbe head of
Pitt Lake, Mall carriers will convey
the malls every Tuesday and Friday,
chambers of j leaving Silver Valley at S a.m. on those
days and returning the same evening.
Tenders for the mall delivery are now
being received at Ottawa.
New Post Offices.
A new post office will be opened nt
Sullivan station on the 11. ('. E, It.
line to Chilliwack on June 1. which
will be served fropj tbe New Westminster post office. The office al Pitt
Hiver will he constituted a money
order office. The following post offices will also he opened on June 1;
EndakO (opened 7.V.13, served from
Fori Fraseti; Fauquier (served from
R. nnd A. H.P.().); Ilopington (served
from Sperling Station); Lumen,
(served from Armstrong; Sprlnghouse
(served  Irom  Alkali  Lake.)
Itt   COLUMBIAN COLLEGE NEWS   is,
* ���# it # x i'i # # -���:;������ ����� -���:'.��� # tt tt tt *
The students are beginning to disperse for the year, M, II. Henderson,
Mhs Jessie Clyde und Marjorie Smith
being among those who have already
taken their departure.
Professor liolmage has also left to
i take   up   geological   survey   work   on
Vancouver island.
Tonight Ihe final inler-clasH debate,
; which   will   determine   to   whom   the
handsome silver cup, donated by D. S. ,
Curtis, will go, will be held in tho assembly hall of the college.   The ques- j
Uon  to  be dealt  with  relates  to  tho:
problem  of  Asiatic   immigration   and
Will be debaled between thc arts and |
intermediate classes.    Tlie voting fori
the "senior slick" is to follow the de- j
bale.
Among the namea of the success-
ful ones in the recent examinations of
McOill university college It Is gratify- 1
ing to Columbiana to note that the
one heading the list In first year ap-
piled science Ib an old student of the
college here, Douglas Wright, of Clov- I
erdale, who took Mb first year arts at
Columbia two years ago rankB first In
order of merit.
Rev.  A.  M,  Sanford, of  Vancouver, I
who tins heen elected to the principal-
ship  of Columbian,  and  Uev. Staple-
fnrd visited the college on Wednesday, j
GREAT  NORTHERN   RAILWAY.     ]
"Back East" Excursions.
Low round trip fares to eastern
points on sale dally to September
30th, 15 days going limit, tlnal return
limit October 31. (iood on Oriental
Limited. Liberal stop-overs allowed
both going and returning. I'hone 263
or call at Bridge Station for rates,
routes and particulars. (14211
BOUNDARY  BAY
Mnplo   Ileach   Park,     being    a   sub
division   of  the   historic   old   Whalen
I estate  at   Point Roberts,  Wash.,  is al
SOCIAL   and   PERSONAL; last on tbe markel in 50x100 feet his
fronting  broad  streets  and  with   per-
i petual   beach     privileges.    This   has
been  the camp ground  for scores    of
local people for year"    Tin   lots are
selling   fast,   many   people   procuring
the   locations   they   had   occupied     as]
', tenants  for  years.    Prices  $3:i'i  and .
* upwards easy terms.   Solo agents,
CURTIS &  DORGAN
700 Colijmbia Street, City.
Iv Mel-oil, rf Hope, is a guest, nt
the  Windsor.
A. Mouldy, of Coquitlam, was In the
.-���ity yesterday,
W. ll, Wawhlnney, of Mission, was
ti  tiie city  yesterday.
Tbe Misses Trapp have returned
from college in the east.
Hoy C, Welsh and wife and Miss A.
M. Kelly, of Coqultlam, are registered
at the Windsor.
E. Dent und wife and I.. Shannon
are registered at lhe Premier from
St.  Elmo, ll.C.
Allan Lewis, son of I.. A. Lewlis,
has arrived back in tlie city after a
term  in Toronto university.
Tlie Misses Lily and Millie Gelling.
of Liverpool, Eng., arrived in the city
last evening ou a visit and are tlio
guests of their slsler. Mrs. W, N
Kelly,  43  Hoyal avenue.
KING    SOLOMON    LODGE.    NO.    17,
A.F.&
A. M.
OUT  FOR   POINTERS.
I South Vancouver Council Inspects Fire
Fighting   Apparatus.
Keeve Kerr and Councillors Third
and Dickinson, of South Vancouver,
paid a visit to New Westminster and
Inspected the fire department apparatus with a view to getting pointers
before purchasing two auto trucks
for the municipality they represent.
Hoove Kerr said that he was well
pleased with the equipment in charge
of Chief Watson and. while they bad
yet to determine just what machine::
to purchase, tiny had received valuable aid from Acting Mayor Kellington and Aldermen Lynch and Henley.
together with (hat from the local
chief.
Incidentally. Reeve Kerr stated that
New Westminster was the only place
tbey had visited during the past two
weeks where the mayor and aldermen
had seen fit to attend the demonstration and he and his colleagues felt
highly pleased at the honor accorded
them.
Members an1 requested to meet at
the Masonic Hall on Friday. May 30.
at 2 p.m.i f"r ihe purpose of attending the funeral of tlieir late brother,
W. T. Cooksley. Members of Union
and Lewis Lodges and any visiting
brethren la tin' 'own are invited to
attend.
11417) F.   BROAD, Secretary.
EXCURSION
TO PITT LAKE j
Sunday, June 1st
"FRASER FERRY NO 1"
Will Leave
B. C. Electric Rv. Wharf !
AT   9
O'CLOCK
6
A.M.
P.M.
RETURNING
Summer  Rates,
Tho    Croat.     Northern     hav"     announced   that   Ihey   will    now     issue
wee], end    commutation     tickets    to
White   Itock.     These   rates   will   continue   in  < fleet   until     September    30.
Following  are  the   rates;     Tlle round
trip   lares   are:    Crescent,   61   cents; '
Ocean l'ark, (15 cents; White Hock, so I
cents;   commutation   tickets,  for    in-
dividual use only and for 33  rides, to
b    u: ed within 30 days of sale, will be
sold as follows:    Crescent, $il;  Ocean
Purk, $6.50;  White Rock, $8.
Nothing to What's Coining.
Mayor Hoe, of l'ort Moody, is a
humorist nnd as well he is known to
et bis face against the unscrupulous
boosting of the city. Referring to the
disturbing noises of the passing trains,
which compels a temporary lull In the
loquacity of the ctty fathers, he said
thai it was nothing to what it would
lie when l'ort Moody was traversed
by all the railways advertised as coming lo llie city.
TICKETS $1 FOR ROUND TRIP
RESERVE   YOUR   TICKETS.
Fraser River Ferry <Jc Navigation Co., Ltd.
Phone  164 L.    Office 903 Columbia St.
i"'^
I
P.  H.    Smith    ami  w   J    Droves,
auditors and    accountants     We    wlll
keep  your  bonks,  make out and  col-1 Son
loot your accounts, and  prepare yourji d   to  the  Holy  Trinity
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New Westminster, B. C.      ..    I
financial statements. For terms, address 211 Westminster Trust build
ing.    Phone 364. (1369)
OBITUARY.
PURDY    The  funeral   of  the     lato
Miss  Alice  Purdy.  who  passed  away
on   Tuesday   at   St.    Mary's   hospita
took   place yesterday   afternoon   fro
the  residence   of   her   broiberin la
C.   Calbck,   33S   Fifth   Btreet,   to     tl;
Odd  Fellows'  cemetery.
Following were the. pall bearers;
J. J. Johnston, Irving Wintemute,
Frank JohnB, ('. Ilryson, II. I' Latham
and  Harvey JohiiBon.
Rev. Mr. Abbott officiated. Many
floral tokens were sirewn on the
coffin and on the grave.
HOLT���The death took place on
Wednesday evening of Elizabeth Hull
at the home of (1. II Wardrope, Ed
monds, Hurnaby. Deceased was 7'
years old. She was born in Indian;:
but resided many yearn In Oklahoma
Mrs. Holl is survived by one daughter
Mrs. (!. II. Wardrope, and two sons,
one residing in Seattle and Hi" i ther
In Oklahoma, The body will lie sent
to Fairland. Okla., upon the arrival of
deceased's son from Seattle. W. K
Fales   has   charge  of  the   funeral   ar
rangements,
COOKSLEY The funeral of th.
late William '.". Cooksley will be held
on Friday afternoon a: 2 30 o'clock.
Private services will bo held for Hie
family -,t the chapel of Miirchlo *;���
ind the cortege will then pro-
cathedral
TsM.
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FOR A NICE DINNER OF EITHER
MEAT OR FISH CALL AT ANY ONE
OF OUR MARKETS OR PHONE US
UP.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEESUIMSM
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
Our   Ladies'    Dressmaking   Dept,   is   on
the Fourth Floor. Take
Elevator.
FRIDAY
-AND-
Men's New Straws in
Large Variety
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Offerings from Our Mid-
Season Sale
The balance of the 50c "Poie de Soi" grey and Reseda Shades, to close quick 30c
35c and 45c Embroideries, three to ten inches wide, at 25c
75c and 90c Embroideries, five to twenty inches wide, at  50c
15c Toilet Soaps iqc
Toilet Pins, 600 to a paper ;j for i^
Men's Windsor Ties  2 for 25c
Ladies' "Matting Covered Suit," worth $4.25, at  $3.00
Men's 40c Lisle Hose, at 25c
Large Size White and Colored Bath Towels  4 for $1.00
Anderson's 32-in. Zephyr-Ginghams I6t>
1,000 Yards Finest Long Cloths jt/.c
$3.00 House Dresses at $2.25
$4.00 House Dresses at $3.00
All Our Cloaks and Suits at Cut Prices
$40.00 Suits, cut to $30.00     $30.00 Suits, cut to..
$23.00 Suits, cut to $18.00
LOWER GRADES PROPORTIONATELY LOWER.
$24.00
Get    Our   Prices   for
Awnings and Window
Shades
If you are thinking of buying
Furniture get our extra discount for cash. Remember that
we Furnish Your Home Complete.
Wedding Presents for
June Brides
LEESLIMITED
674-678 Columbia Street
We Furnish Your Home Complete
New Westminster
Business Opportunity:
A ROOMING HOUSE
FOR SALE
:
3 YEAR LEASE���LOW RENTAL.
20  ROOMS,   MOSTLY   FURNISHED,   IN   GOOD
RESIDENTIAL SECTION, CLOSE TO BUSINESS DISTRICT.   A MONEY MAKING PROPOSITION WORTH
INVESTIGATING.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Westminster Trust Block and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
HOME   PRODUCE
WOBtmlnst
SPECIALS
Creamery  Butter,
 40c
own ranch,
out*
New
1 per Hi	
New  Laid Eggs frum
pi r dozen  31
South WeBtmlnster Rhubarb G lbs. 2.
Also     Spinach,     Lettuce,     Carrol
Onions, Radishes, etc.
Fraser River Spring Salmon 2 a
W. J. RUSE
READ THIS
Do you want to exchange a lot as a
oosh payment on a home ". Balance
uf payments arranged monthly,
Do
you want to exchango your hous;
ir Innliliiig lots '.'
(Successor to A>llng &
447  Columbia  St.
"bwainj
Phono 93.
Do you want
property you
property ?
to
HOW
exohanpe
havi"   for
what
other
"GET THE HABIT"
COLUMBIA
Qruphophonea Euid Grttfonolas arc without a peer in Mi.- mutfloal world Thej nre
callable   ��>f   reproducing   n<>i    merely   one
���hi--, cf innti tini- nt.U mtiHlc, Imt every
cliuu of Instrumental raiwlo with ri fidelity
that In no lorn than tl twins* the violin,
the 'oello, tlm harp, the fluto, the clarinet,
the cornel nil tlw wind Imttrumenta, ail
the  Imttrumenta nf band* -ind orcheHirtw
-���ail ih�� instrumental muj-ita of ail tho
world,
Nol   only   th Ih,   bul   the   human   voice
Ih now wj perfecUy rroonlod  uid so flaw
} P-BUfRS & C0,,Ut!. From 46 Lorne St.
Palacs   Market,  Columbia    Street
 1200-12011202
Sapperton   Market,   Columbia  and
Keary   9treet.   Sapperton 1204
Eighth  Street  Market,  515  Eighth
Street 1203
Edmonds   Market.   Edmonds   .   ..883 L
to 401 Columbia St.
Watch for announcement.
J. P. GALViN
High   Class   Ladies   and   Gentlemen's
DO IT SOON.
Call and see uo.    We hive a large list
wo oan oder you.
EASTMAN & WAMSLEY
Phone 312. Room 261
Westminster Trust  Builldmg.
le-ash*  reproduced  Umt  the
ii  COLUMBIA  lias become n�� In
es ii piano wi'lmut n keyboard,
IM)   Ifl   IIKI.IKVINii "
Willi,mt
...n*,l,*t,.
in: \il
ll o
nl,****
Machines   rrom  tiioo
JC.-.O 00 eneh.
THE FAIR
14��   Columbia   Street
Phone  45i
Ladies   and
Tailor.
mt
UKUIUIfl
Sungalow, Che*
The  funeral  will  be  held under    the
aueplccs of the KiiiK Solomon lodge,
A   P. &  A,  M,
We have a Ave room, fuliv modem bungalow listed below ralue
fur Immediate sale.   Thin place lias n good view, on a lul 33x132 lo
;i .'"! fiuii lane, In n good location below Fourth avenuo, nnd ia prac-
tlcallj   new,    The iirioe ia only $2350,  $G0i) cash,  balance  to milt
monthly if deBlred.
Let us ahow you UiIb pluce  If you want to buy a home.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established  1891.
Wo wr.te Fire, Life, Accident, Employers'   Liability,   Automobile   and
Marin*  Insurineo.
B. C. ELECTRIC���INTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St.
For Vancouver via Central Park.
WEEKDAYS���6  und    5.45  a.m.
and   every   16   inlnuteH   until   il
p.m.    Half hourly service until
11   pin
night
BATURDAYS    IE
vloe is continued
SUNDAYS   6,  7,
8.30 nnd every 15
11  p.m.  with  late
nlgbt
For Vancouver via
Hurnaby
REQOLAR BERVICE   5 45 nml
0 45 a.m. nnd hourly until 10 p.
Dl.,  with   lato car at  11.M.
RUSH   HOUR  SPECIALS-7.30
with   lute   ear   at   inld-
in in ute Her
until   11 p.m.
7.30 ti and
minutes until
ear  at  mid-
a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 n.m. and    hourly
until 10 p.m. with late car at
11.80.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS    7 a.m. and every
hour until 11 pin.
SUNDAYS    S  a.m.    anil    every
huro until 11 p.m.
Connection   Ib   made   at.    Kb-
hour until 11 p.m.
and othi r polntH on" Lulu Island.
Eraser Valley Line
POR CHILLIWACK ANII WAY
STATIONS���0.16 a.m., 1.10 and
8.16 p.m.
POR HUNTINGDON AND WAY
POINTS���4.06 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

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