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 PORT MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NKW  WESTMINSTER.
��!je IBmIjj
MAY 10 1911
MA, B
NOjflS THE TIME TO GET
G*__^   YOUR LOT AT
WHITE ROCK.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
*   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
11
VOLUME 6. NUMBER 60.
NEW WESTMINSTEH, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1911.
PRICE FIVE  CKNT_-
R. C. HOSPITAL READY
TO RECEIVE PATIENTS
NEWLY PAINTED AND RENOVATED BUILDINGS AT 8APPERTON
LOOK SPICK AND SPAN���SEVERAL NEW FEATURES.
    ���
Internally tb* Royal Columbian
hospital at Bapperton has, ln the past
two weeks, undergone a wonderful
improvement. In that abort space of
Ume a special gang of painters has
been at work wltb the result that the
various wards, Isolation buildings,
nurses' quarters and other outhouses
have not only been thoroughly painted, but renovated in a manner and
finish which cannot but reflect tbe
highest pralae on those wbo bave
been compelled to ask tbe board of
management for the expenditure of a
sum wbicb, although considered large,
has beea absolutely necessary and put
to tbe best possible use.
Por many years tbe hospital has
sorely been ln need of a cleaning out.
This step was deemed Imperative
after the hospital had been relieved
from quarantine and certain lt i* that
ne' Ume' has been wasted by j&Ase
wbo had the job on hand.. Lady
Superintendent Scott devised the general color scheme which, in Uu hospital proper. Is white throughout. Iu
tbe various wards a wonderful change
is seen when the visitor enters, and
even more so is this noticeable    in
TAIK OF "CIVIL WAR"
IS RIFE IN IRELAND
EMERALD ISLE 8TILL TORN BY
STRIPE OVER VEXING HOME
RULE QUESTION���ULSTER HOT
BED OF TROUBLE.
London, May 14.���The recent
speech of the prime minister, Mr. Asquith, oa the perennial question of
Home Rule bas drawn attention to tbe
rapid progress being made by Irish
Unionist party in organizing the country against any infraction of the Act
of Union. Tbe political clubs which
were formed throughout Ireland
twenty years ago to carry on the
fight against Home Rule have been
revived in large numbers, and it is
now declared that the membership
exceeds 200,000, or 25,000 more than
at the height of the Anti-Home Rule
agitation of 18.3. The Orange body
Is co-operating with the Irish unionist associations and the whole country has been mapped out for tbe purpose of organization. Tbe idea is to
make it possible to marshal every
able-bodied Unionist in Ireland and allot him bis post ln a few hours lf
need be.
Tbe organization of the clubs Is
formed on the most up-to-date military
lines and lends strong color to the
belief that the gage of battle will be
thrown down by Uulster in real earn-
LIBERALS OF MISSION HEAR
WEART GIVE (OOD ADDRESS
 : 1	
Candidate for Federal Honors Delivers First Public Speech
In Riding Since Nomination as Standard Bearer���
Reciprocity Does Not Imptgr Annexation.
The Liberals of Mission City turned serving everything, that Is probably
out In full force on Friday night   to why   they  are  called  Conservatives,
welcome J.  W.  Weart, the nominee aad tbe Liberals were endeavoring to
of tbe Liberals of this riding to con- bring about a change,
test this constituency   at   the   next Another    cry   was   that   all   pro-
Federal election.                                   ��� ducts would be taken via the United
At eight o'clock every seat in   tbe States.    Why, said  Mr.  Weart,
MADERO GAZES INTO
BAP OF REVOLVER
\
GENERAL OROZCO HEADS OPEN
REVOLT AGAINST THE REBEL
LEADER ANO GAINS CONCESSIONS FOR TROOPS.
El Paso, Tex., May 14.���Francisco
Madero, provisional president of Mexico and leader of the Insurrectos, yes-
GASOLINE STEAMER
LOST IN THE YUKON
STERNWHEELER CHRISTINE HITS
A ROCK ANO SINKS���WILL BC
TOTAL LOSS���MEN FORCED TO
8WIM A8HORE.
Dawson,  May Xi.���Tbe  stems
gasoline steamer Christine wa* '
ed thirty miles down the .lyex ���aortljr
terday was not only arrested at after starting on Its long voyage
Juarez and made a prisoner by hls the foot 0f ���_��__ La Barge to MltarodL
own_soldlers, but was forced to look The Christine struck a rock la UL
down tbe barrel of a revolver held at! s. bend and turned turtle, owing fe>
his head by General Pascual Orozco, I ner top-heavy load
who led an open revolt against the Three men swam ashore, one leav-
the authority of Madero. lng through a window.   The boat awl
  ______ Tbe  rebel  leader    saved    his    life  caren are _ total in**
Orange hall was taken, anl the   ea- wry moment reciprocity   was   men-only by vtomMng t0 meet the   del    T^e first mall by    water    ________
thusiasm of the meeting aus .red weil  tloned the C. P. R. stock went up; I mands of Orozco as to the payment Dawson today from the nut-Ida
for the  success of the Lib**.    ~��.n-  the   shareholders   of    the    railway 0f the troops. |    The steamers are due  tram' ____�����
didate at the next election. The meet- saw at once the upbuilding of Canada,!    All  day rebellion was rife among  La Baree on Thursday     Include-lln
lng was called to enable the voteis to ��nd the price of stock soared to 230, the ranks of the    insurrectos.    The their freight are two wireless
meet tbe candidate, but resolved Itself the   highest   railway    stock    ln the troops, who for   several   days   have one for Iditarod.
Into a regular campaign flght, and be*  world today. i been complaining about tbe lack    of i - 	
fore lt was over committees were "If," said the speaker, "as our oppon- pay and supplies, yesterday found FIRE PATROL BOAT ON
formed In order to leave no stone un- ants claim, we are giving everything supporters in Generals Orozco and
turned ln thoroughly organizing the to the otber side, Americans would, villa and a detachment went to
district, so tbat, come tbe election be clamoring for the passing of tbe Madero's quarters and made him a
when it may, the Liberals would poll Mil, whereas lt was only the other, prisoner. It was only by promising
their full vote. day, that a petition of 38,000 farmers to pay the troops from his own re-]
The president ofethe Liberal asso- of Minnesota, was sent to the repre- sojurces that he was freed.      ",-'���<�������� :i
elation, Mr.  Parr,    in    opening    tbe sentatlves at  Washington to oppose
meeting extended  a  hearty  welcome  the bill, and this was only
THE  ATHABASCA  RIVES
the operating and other side rooms. egt ,f the government perseveres In
Almost dazzling in their whiteness ( ,tg an-ou-ced )nte���tlon to introduce
the different rooms present I (Un , Home Rule bill next year. Ulster
auch as has not been seen In lb Is, na8 alread _nnounc__ .u determin-
bulldlng for  many Jews.    Not only | _t|o_ ���_eJther �� )awg
have the walls beer, thoroughly treat; the tn_eg _f an m_h par;laraelIt.
ed washed an* painted, but all the The -ewly.organlzed c]vuba are bP.
chairs, beds and tables    have    also,,      llnked        wUh   ,   d,       ���_,��� h
....   ..._,.., _..._ _w��.-    .*****   .** ���.     ������ ���    ���.,���._-_*�����*m.      .*���*>. tu novc ��__*cu.u anu u. was again jon government
Conservatives had been very active ln tariff will  be put before you before  beset with a demand from Orozco and  e_ from prairle
organization work   during   the   past long, the speeches of the house pro villa that General Navarro, head   of)    The boat wlll
year, and It behoved the Liberals to and con will be before you, and then the federal forces which held Juarez  i_nn   -hi_�� **.
been refreshened by a coat of white
enamel paint
constituencies and  a  vigorous   cam'
Edmonton, May 14.���A Ure patrol
boat is now being built at Prairie*
creek,   for  pay_.IJlng   the   Athabasca.
  He   aealn   assumed   r-omm_n<1      Unl ef tt8 fal" nortl> as  Mirror !__���__���__
meeting extended a hearty welcome the bill, and this was only one of his authority once shaken seemed at 'il6 mouth ��f LeMer sl*v��* '��"���'.*��������-
^J_.:..^^'_anJ_��t*ted_ _** M _^^M^.._��____*'!�� .____��� to !$?*&���*_? and?e%iT5K Z^nmemtofel^Xli K___T
creek.
be under J. W. Mao-
get in and work. He sail that he was you wlll be ahle to Judge for your- agalnstthe insurrectos "untlTthV'cltv 1 l^^L^i' for,est ?***! to '*����������
glad to see such a large and represen- selves, but we are not to   be   such  fell   be shot    They based their    de alB0 char8^ or the far-
tatlve gathering, and added that It weaklings as to imagine that lf owing ma���d on the allegation that Navarro tI'AT8,,,'. thU part of Alberta-
gave a splendid opportunity for every to the treaty we can buy the neces- had treated the rebel prisoners cruel-' lne.boafJ"11 be equipped with a pow-
one to meet their candidate, who was  sltles of life much  cheaper,  we are  !y while Juarez was in fhe hands of engine   enabling   her   to  make
well known to many present, he was  not good Britishers, our love of   in-' the federals ��S way against strong currenta aad keep
ii'IL^-VJ &_ l38t convenUon, *__> ��PPe>����Jence will always be with us,|     Madero put up a stubborn resist-' vZln!"p a"d down "_f ,:_.��l��*
Liberals had chosen   as   a standard-  and as far as we are going to Join' ance against the plan to  shoot Navar-' --��       ���.   b*lng 8,art��l   by settler*
bearer one who ln no way had thrust hands with the south well���rubbish ! I ro and threatened to rally his   own
himself  forward  for  the  nomination,!     Mr. Weart then went fully Into   the  forces about him and give battle to
.aign willThe" carried" on' both"In Eng   and that the nonor llad sought   the details of organization, explained his the followers of Orozco   and   Villa.
Not only have the patients' rooma'j.-Jj Md gcotian{1 ln order to educate man: ,Tht._h_!--,an tnen calei_UDOn, ,de__L_inder th*t.,nead:,a"d^a8.k^<1 th.ei Flnally Internal war was averted   by
and getting beyond their control.
Sir John Carling Recovering.
London,   Ont.,   May   14.���Sir   Jofm
Carllng has passed the corner aad la
been well"done, but a"rearrangement  theUeiectars7n��w-_^ Thompson,    who   contested co-operation  of  the  Mission  Liberals  Madero making   further   concessions  _��** well on hi* ����� t�� ^_--._.��� ^_T"
has been effected, this being nothing ��� Ke ^ be involved   Si ome Rule    ,^wdney in tbe Liberal interests   at ta helping him.    On    resuming    bis and promising to grant special favors S&mentw^i__S_ LFX_F__?__?
l-a-   tti-n   -   poiII-h!   -h-ntrn  nf  tha   at*. \        .- .       "6   invqiV^O   IU  -lOUIC   -IUI-.       I fha  u>#   K,A,.|n.(_|   _l_���H���-       .. ��_nt   the     _nn!_n��-     _���_���>     -nnnt_n_/_.-    ._ .*.. a l- av. a _~-.~--.t-     _.""_��-"'��-"l .**���*�����   made  last  night  by  Ur.
less than a radical change of the ac
commodatlon of each ward. Previous
ly the beds In these were for appar
ent want of space placed practically
In the maternity home much
thought has been given to tbe moat
minute detail and the result Is tbat It
would be hard to find the equal of
day.
PARTING OF THE WAYS.
said that ln Mr. Weart they had a carry them on to victory. Referring
man who would lead the united forces to the fears of tbe Conservatives that
to victory. He also Informed t'ie meet- reciprocity meant annexation, be for
ing of the manly speech of Mr. Ken- one, did not agree; be and his were
nedy, who was defeated at the con- ready to fight for their country every
vention, in which be said that his time,
every effort and aim would
secure the election of. the
SCARCITY   OF   8ERVANTS.
POLICE   BELIEVE CAT
SENT BURGLAR ALARI
AUh^ugUh ta'Xc.rcVrXs outa.de' ^ last Provincial etaotlon. , ^at the   applause   was   spontaneous to the troops In these two^commands. ScTer^-UeTdtaVThySn"
nf TTiator th*. (hra-tn   nf 'vivii war"      Mr. Thompson, in otf-fmg h.s   con- and prolonged. Following this  action  the demand, .  " '   v   ""
��re nn ^r��__rded^_Trlou.lv vet ,n th�� 8ratulatlon�� to Mr- Weart* ��ald that J. O. Manzer, of SUverdile, next ad-1 was made for the resignation o.
nrovlnce itself the matter Is treated thls waB the flr8t opportunity he had dressed the meeting and expressed Madero's cabinet, which was forth-
together, but the experienced eye of Jl " . . 2-tood ... ,'*,.. r*77. bad of thanking the voters of Mission his pleasure at Mr. Weart's address to with given. The provisional govern-
the superintendent showed her that ._ government Is hdlv alive to the for tnelr ���uPPor*r of nlm ut the last the electors. He said he was also a ment is now disorganized and actual
this cramping could be averted and;        /!,���.       , J,    .    ��u..>inn i election.    In  referring to the recent delegate at the convention, and voiced  strife is hourly expected
by altering the position of the beds' E^��� .J.'   future is Indicated bv the'conventlon at New Westminster when  tbe sentiments of Mr. Thompson that! 	
more space bas been obtained and to  aAri.* _,-,_. ��� ���.. ,.._in_ ����� i___n'f_tiv  tb�� present candidate was nominated,  they had    chosen    a standard-bearer'
each bed ta fnture will also be *t"' inTorrnea or the rttuaWon from day to'an* " w*lch 1>*"w_* a delegate,   he who would In ieed unite ail forces and
tached the hold~nll table and a chair. \ A.���
SanFrancisco, May 14.���A burglar
alarm   was  sent Into the  barbor police station   from   the   Seaboard   National   Bank   at   Spear   and    Market
' streets.   Instantly a posse   of police-
Help Refuses to Go to Houses in the men were rushed to the bank to aur-
Country   During   Coronation.        I round it.   They quickly  invested the
London,' May 14.���One of the first building with a blue coat   at   every
effects of the approaching Coronation e5"t-
is felt In London by the huge demand A" w��s etill Inside and dark.   The
be    to      The chairman (Mr. Parr) then   ad- for servants, and principally for wait- '["ont   do��r   was   finally   forced   and
chosen  dressed the meeting.   He felt sure, he ers ln hotels.   Boarding houses, lodg- tjree   policemen   entered.     Flashing
the various rooms of this section of  British   Foreign  Office  Takes   Grave
the building, where a dark green ls View of Canada's Separation.        I
the color scheme.   In the room with a      London, May   .4.���-Rt. Hon. Henry  __._..   ...._   ....,..���  ���t . i�����.    _������___ _���_____ ___ ui.cL.uB.   n�� wi ��urc, u�� ... .-      ��, , , _^	
lofty ceiling where the tiny mites are  Chaplin, M. P., speaking at Chatham.! candidate. said, they had ln Mr. Weart a man ing houses and   private   houses   are tnelr night lamps they  saw a   baget
weighed and cared for at a high Sent-  said it could be hardly  be supposed |    Mr. Thompson*urged upon his hear- who wouid be successful at the com- eagerly seeking servants of all kinds,  tortoise shell  cat  sitting  beside   the
perature, all the woodwork ls painted  that  Canada   would  accept  complete  ers the necessity of organizing strong- lng election.    There was, he said, no In  view  of the   enormous   Influx   of time clock staring at them with wide,
In bright colors, this being the single ^ commercial  union,  but   the pressure,; ly. and spoke at length on the ability division of sentiment at Mission:  all guests and the prospect of Increases  curious eyes.
 ' "" of Mr. Weart In that direction. were   ready  to  support   his  Candida- in hospitality, the supply of servants'     Tne time  clock had  run down   at
Mr. Weart, on being Introduced by ture.    In referring to reciprocity, Mr. is not equal to the demand. j three o'clock, but whether this or Uns
the  chairman,   had   a   rousing   recep- Purr sail  that  the    government    byi     Hundreds   of   foreigners, especially, cat nad sent ln the burglar alarm ia
tion.    Turning  to  the  chairman    he lowering the tariff did not compel the Germans,   are   beihg   imported.   One  unknown.    The  jolice  think  the cat.
thanked  him for the kindly remarks people  of  this country  to deal  with Swiss agency is bringing waiters by  had something to do with it.
the hundreds.   Clubs  find  It particu- 	
exception In the block.
The Isolation buildings
have
been forgotten In the work of renova
tlon and everything ls scrupulously
clean as the proverbial new pin.
I whicli the United States would exer- j
not' else, coupled with the burden of our |
VICTORIA MEMORIAL IS
TO BE UNVEILED THIS WEEK
own obligations to so many other
countries, would probably cause her
to stek release from the "most favored nation" treaties   of Great   Britain.
Coming   Summer Will be Memorable.
In   History  of   London���Metropolis
Already Filling Up.
London,  Mtiy  14.���The   stage   bas
been set and everything put ln readt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^         he had made about him, and jokingly the people of the other side.^	
The Foreign office, added Mr.Chaplin,  reminded  hlm that he also belonged Every man is at heart a free trader, larly hard to fill vacancies, as waiters |��i||m��ui r* I ai stir air
took the gravest view of the suggest-  to the same grand institution of   de- lie    buys     in      the    c heap'est    mar- are looking forward to a golden hai - V HlULflU/_ AW| IFIUf
ed separation of Canada from the lm-  feated  candidates,  as  he  (the  chair- ket and sells what he bas to sell in vest of tips In the hotels and restau-  Jllll I 111 vi /.llVlLlll
pei iai treaty system.                               jman) and that when he was defeated the highest.    The government has no rants.    Servants absolutely refuse   to.
__________________________  at  Richmond, In  the provincial  elec- right to a huge surplus in the treaa- go to houses In the country.                 '
!       ~~ , tion of 1907, it had taken the whole
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ury.    He looked upon    heavy   duties!
take every precaution for tbe protec   of the cabinet to obtain this end, anl  as  an  Indirect   tax,  and  an  Indirect
tlon and  safety  of  the  visitors.   la (then it was only accomplished by   a tax was the most pernicious of   ai>'
the congested districts of the rnetropa-' few votes, * _* ��� " ' taxes, because the peoplo Wh6 paid
lis the force of police Will .e prac-1 In speaking of the receilt conven- did not recognize It us such,
tically doubled until the coronation tion Mr. Weart stated that th. re- The proceedings then closed with
festivities have ended. Detectives suit was-a surprise to him, as he in a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Weart.
from many of the continental coun- no way had sought the honor, but be- After the meeting an excellent sup
tries have been borrowed for the sea- ing chosen he Intended to throw all per was tendered those present at
son to look after the undesirable ele- his
ment that ls already surging into the organ!
ctty from abroad. Scotland Yard will purpose of forwarding the cause. ciatlon, Mr. Parr, president of tho
ness for the curtain to rise on the have its hands full looking after tho Mission, he said, was the first plice association, and R. W. Dick, vice-
first of the magnificent spectacles that safety of many royal visitors. During that, as selected candidate, he hud president and Reeve of Mission, pre-
are to make the coming summer tho   the  month   of  June   Crown   Princes  visited, and expressed his pleasure at  siding.
most  memorable  In  the modern  his-   and Princess, Grand Dukes, and even  the number wbo    were    present.    In ,
tory of London. Thursday next wll". Kings and Queens will be almost as spite of the Inclement weather, to
witness the unveiling of the Victoria thick as bees in London. A number give him a welcome, and assured
Memoiial, the imposing exercises of the most distinguished represen them of his intention to do a'l in his
forming a fitting prelude to the grand tatlves of the royalty of Europe will power to merit their approval.
ceremonies of the Coronation to fol- also be here to add their tribute to. In speaking on the question of
low a few weeks later
SHE  REJECTS  150  SUITORS.
of
Not One Comet   Up   to   Standard
Widow Who Advertised.
Wilkesbarre, Pa, May 14.���Mrs. _a
rah Jackson, of Forty Fort, this county, who advertised for a husband and
TOTEM POLE EAST
energy and  power  In thoroughly  Bowies' restaurant, where they were  ''eceived proposals from   50 men. has
snizlng the whole district, for   tbe made the guests of the Liberal asso-  dec de* t0 re ec���l_KiSk,*_��.
    .. , _i__  ._.      " _ ......     thnt aft pr pxchaneinE Dhotograpns ant
WORE HAT IN CHURCH
TO GET INTRODUCTION
that after exchanging photographs and
correspondence she is satisfied that
not one of them comes up to her
standard as to what an ideal husband
should be.
BROUGHT SOUTH FROM MAS-
SETT AND WILL BE SENT TO
OTTAWA BY G. T. P. TO DECORATE CHATEAU LAURIER.
EDUCATORS TOURING CANADA.
Victoria, Hay 14.���Bearing all the
marks, figures anl carvings which
were gouged in it a half century or
more ago by the Indians of the -__r
North, a large totem pole fully sixty
feet   in   diameter  now   lies    on    the*.
Chicago, May 14.���To Illustrate the  Say They Have Come to Learn, Not to  G- T   p- docks, having been brousht
"offlshness" of some churches.    Rev. Criticize. south from Massett last week by the
the memory of Victoria the Good at  reciprocity Mr. Weart sail that It was  .]0hn  Timothy  Stone,  pastor  of    the      Montreal   May 14 ���P   Sharp  of St.  8leamer Henrietta.    The big sUck so
-n~chu"rch." speaking H-TenT"Lancashire, speaking*"oT th'e grotesquely arranged Is to he sl
Byterlan church the tou- of Canada now being made by ���� Ott**m to be Placed outsld,
n ntnrv nf ���    m��n  .__   ^,__n.���   -j..������.i--i���,_   m-inHintr  G- T- p   ._ot��il Chateau Lain ier,
steamer Henrietta. _____^^^^^
shipped.
side   tits.*.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^       after
It has received the attention of noma*
The arrangements for the unveiling' the unveiling of the monument in tho  early in the day to discuss the manv Fourth Presbyterian
of the memorial have been completed Mall on Tuesday.                                    | and  various results the treaty would  at the First Presb
emder the general supervision of Col- The most notable   of   the visitors  bring forth, and reminded his hearers  other night, told a story of a    man  tnp   Enallsh   educationists   Including
onel    Sir   Frederick    Ponson.y,   tbe next week  will be Emperor  William  that if unacceptable lt could at    any   who sat through the service one Sun-  S   P   fZald   Barnslev    Yorkshire
King's Equerry.   The war office is ln and the German empress.  Their Impe-   time be rescinded by either party. In dav morning wearing hls hat               I r  w  ��_klM  Weet Bromwlch   and J   of the locaI anthropologists.
charge of the  arrangements   for tho rial highnesses, accompanied by Prln-   replying to the statement of Mr. Fos-      when requested to do bo ' by    an   R    inhnaon    Valine     declared    thev      Showing the age of the odd piece o.
great military parade that will   be a cess  Victoria Louise,  will   arrive   at ter     that     taxes     had     increased,' ���sher, he removed the hat smilingly.' _L�� wHo tav__Heat_ the relation  tlmber ls the fa^ that lt Is in rather
leading feature of the program, and Port Victoria on  board  the Imperial  thoy should remember that the people  The   usher afterwards  asked  him  if w������"���    the   Canadian    educational  a ^ 8tate of .reservation   aud   _f-
NEW WING FOR  HOTEL.
with  visitors from abroad and   from George and Queen Mary at Bucking-  dld not ask the Americans to reduce  attending  this church  reaularfv "tor  Uletn��f". "t.   I!^_Sf' ^nJ^ff^S.
the country.   The metropolis, In fact, ham Palace, and as the visit ls purely theirs, yet we are now told that   we Searty two veini andnc one hli eve    SPfJ? ,b���_ ^_.��_\22 ,���"   earn
Is already receiving warning of what a family one, the emperor will not be are going to the dogs,   that lf   reel- "poZ to rae k'all ihat t��me    I lust *?*.     * ISS
the crowds may be expected to be a', accompanied by any minister of state, procity   ls   agreed upon,   annexation thought I would leave mv hat on mv n��L    ��� .    \     ,,���,_.   i_��   mon.r��.i
the  Coronation   next   month.   Plcca-,     In addition to the opening   of tbe  will come.-that wo    are    going    to  head this morning to see if it woSd  , ^l de'e?teB have   *"   mon,real
dllly  Pal. Mali  Charing Cross, White- Queen Victoria Memorial on Tuesday,  _lvert   the   carrying   trade   over   tbe  ���� Zf'aHSrofttcUon to^m?2-'"" *** *"'
hall, the   Strand, the   city, and   the \ai|_>   the    special    performance   *%  railways to the Bouth of us. According i am giad t0 meet you..
neighborhood  of  Westminster Abbey "Money" at Drury Lane the following  t0 the opponents of reciprocity, lf you .    ��� '	
are now thronged from early morning day, the emperor and empress will at-  purchase goods cheaper on account otl VICTORIA'S   TAXES.
until midnight.   Visits to the Carlton, tend a court "ball next Friday night,  ttiis  bill  you  become    an American,! 	
the Cecil, the Savoy, and other   lead- They will leave England In the Hon- but that ln order to   remain   a Brit- Civic   Expenditure for   Ensuing Year
Ing  hotels  today  showed   the   same enzollern on their return journey Sat-  |8her vou  have to pay through    the, Will Amount to $1,337,500.
conditions everywhere-practicariy all urday. j nose." Victoria, May   14.-Victorla's   clvl
accommodations engaged and the din- ^^^        ^^^^^^    _.*-������ i
Ing rooms and   restaurants   filled   to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ov��rnow,nB* ! German Emperor departe! for London  c]a|m for Better Terms. In which he  value of landV Is in round figures $45,-  Empress hotel which  will  cost from  who has studied the Indian cu_tt>nw,
The   unveiling   of the   Queen  Vic- tonight,  where he  wlll  take  part  fn  _ealt  with    the    Importing   of more  000,000 and the tax rate will be about  (175,000 to (200,000. is an art  which Is known only to a
toria   Memorial   will   naturally   serve the ceremonies attending the unveil-  dutiable goods, nnd the payment    of  twentv-four mills   as  compared  with      Construction will commence within  few old-timers.
beat of heavy rains and tbe storms
for so many years nearly all the paintings on the ancient stick have h<v__��
blotted out.
To replace all the marks which
graced tbe pole when it was first
placed on public view and attempt to>
check the progress of the worms and.
bugs which are eating away the.
stick, Is the work facing the uxaUT.
men  who  have  studied   the  nvethodiv
Empress, Victoria, to Be Extended at
Cost Exceeding $175,000.       _\
Victoria,    May     14.���Sir   Thomas pursued by Indians in a case of this
,      , . ���    ...          Shaughnessy has authorized the pre- kind.    The method pursued ta painr
_ In  reading an  extract from G.  H. expenditure for the ensuing year wlll  paring of plans and specifications for ing the totem poles so that they may
Wiesbaden, (..ermany, May 1.-:.���ine  Cowan's  book  on  British Columbia's  amount   to  (1.3.17,500.   The   assessed  the construction of a new wing to the bear  some  meaning   ta   wry   persona
materially to Increase the number ot   lng of the statue   of   Queen Victoria, more custom duties per head of   her  twenty-six  and  a quarter  mils
early  arrivals  for the  coronation.  It  He will be Joined by the Empress and population  than  any  other  province, year.
Is  estimated  that   probably  1,000000   Princess Victoria Louise on the way, Mr. Weart stated that the reason of
visitors will  he in  London  by Tues   and the royal  party  will   remain   ln that was that this is not a manufac-
day.    Londoners expect   to make   a   the British capital for a week. turlng province.
great deal of money out of these vis-      Some significance may be attached      \0  great  measure  of reform, said
itors and the hundreds of thousands  to the state banquet to be given   in the  speaker, has  ever  been  brought
last the next few months and the new ad- This massive role hold a piumtuant
dition will be complete and ready for place in the Indian village at M.tsseft
occupation by the end of the present and was selected by G. T: P. officiates
year. The addition will be six stories  owing  to  its  size,   magnificent   carv-
Belgian Sailors Drown. 	
Antwerp. May 14.���A news despatch  in height and will contain a ballroom ings anl also for the history which fat
reports the   capsizing   of   two   large and seventy new bedrooms.                   , attached to It.    It Is one of the ftneaf
...                                                           -       -                                                                       ,.                              .       barges  laden with   Belgian   so'dlers      The decision of Sir Thomas Shaugh- poles In this province and it I. to cool dl��.rs who will he here during the  honor of the German fcmperor on the  |n without hurting some one.   In the  during a storm on the Lualaba river, nessy to carry out this extension was cupv a most  conspfcuo-is position at
eummer.  Canadians also will be much e- enlng of May lfi.   Sir Edward Grey,  old country at the present time there  one of the head streams of the Congo  reached   during  a   conference   which the   Chateau    Laurier.    It ta   umflsr-
inevlaence.                                               the German  Ambassador,  and   other  are vestiges of the feudal system. The  river, near Lokaniu. Belgian   Congo,  he had with R. Marpole dur ng the lat- stood that other ro'.ea arc to be scuC
The home office Is   preparing   to diplomats will be present.                     larger landed _roprletors were    con- Thirty lives were lost.                     "     ter's recent visit to Montreal. to the east. PAGE TWO
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1911.
WANTED-1 HAVE A CLEAR DEED1
to ten acres of land in a thorough j
state Of cultivation, which I wisn
to trade for house and lot In the |
city of New Westminster. Value of
land 18300. State full particulars j
infletter. House must be good value, j
I*
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily
Through Trains
...Joes not matter at what price m
long as the  value ts    there.    Will  Atlantic Express leaves at 8:30 a. m.
assume mortgage lf necessary.  Ra-
ply to Box 14 Dally News office.        j Imperial Limited at 3:56
WANTED���WOMAN OR GIRL FOR
housework. Able to cook. Two in
family. Mrs. James Brymner, Provincial Jail.
WANTED���BY YOUNG MAN Position as bookkeeper and stenographer. Address G. L. H., care Dally
News office.
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Premier hotel.
p. m., een.
' n eet in; for all Canadian and Amerl
j can points.   Special excursion tickets
; on sale In May and June.   For dates
! and rates apply to .
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR   PRIV-
ate house.   310 Sixth avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE MAN TO RUN
machine rock drill. Apply Gilley
Brothers.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
BoWwork. Apply C. IL DdBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton,
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer I Gardiner,
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melin,
1016 Third avenue.
OUR SHINGLHS ARE A LITTLE
better than Is neeefesary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through  Small & Bucklin.        ,
FOR 8ALE.
FOR SALE���LOT ON RIVER DRIVE,
splendid location, between Eburne
car and new cut-off. Terms: One-
tjuarter cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.    P. O. Box 493.
FOR SALE���SURREY, NEW SEVEN
room bungalow on lot 60x150, all
cleared, good walks and fine view.
Half a block from tram line. Will
sell on easy terms or trade for New
Westminster lots. Address W. E.
Morse, 1322 Broadway W., Vancouver.
FOR SALE���LOTS, f80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first dlvisiona!
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $6 a month, no
interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
street.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
B.C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Ofllcs:  Princess 8t
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
lOARD OF TRADE���NEW WES.
minster Board of Trade meets in t-��
board room. City Hall, ae follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting en the tnire
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at . *>.m. Annual
meetings oh the third Thursday of
February. New members may bf
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly Meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
FOR SALE���AT VIDAL'S WARE-
houses: 1 seven-foot high desk. _
tables, 2 stools (all new), and
counters and shelving, 1 case
stuffed birds (very handsome), 1
second-hanll  heater.
FOR SALE���CARROTS, PHONE 164
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the new Burnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Lelhly & Blumer Realty
Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg.,
Vancouver. Telephone 8365. Open
till 9 p. m.
I. O. O. F. AM1TT LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings et this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth Btreets,
every Monday evenlag at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDeaald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710. ���
A QUICK SALE���SMALL COTTAGE,
Just  finished,  close In;   small  cash,
payment down:  terms easv.    Apply |
���owner,   VV,   Hatt-Cook,   527     Front
���street.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM
suitable for two young men; ust> of
bath. Apply to R, W., P. O. Box 29,
city.
TO RENT���CICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Tele
phone in bouse. Apply 37 Agnes
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
II. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Huilding.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
.FOR KENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room: convenient location. 47 Columbia  stieet.
LOST.
LOST���SMALL SQUARE LOCKET
containing two photon; initials F. S.
A. Kinder will be rewarded hy re
turning to F. S. Allen, Windsor
hotel.
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 8ixth.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE  DAILY NEWS.
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Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anrono wndtnf ��� nk-tetl and flnncrlptlnn ma}
*tnlck|- lueeruUn nnr opinion fnra whether an
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rtonaylrioUrnonBaentfiU. HANDBOOK on Patents
lent frpft. Oldest aroncr for trrurtug patent*.
I'Ktcoa taken through Mnnn A Co. receive
tpecial notta*, without charge, In the
Scientific American.
Aban-somolf llluntrax. weekly. Lamest circulation nt anj sclonilfle Journal. Tonne tot
Canada, H.75 ��� . aar, postage prepaid. Sold bl
all newMcaJera.
WUNl.ICo��,8w^N8wY3r_
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HELP FOR OLD
BACKSJTHAT ACHE
** GIN PILLS Cur* Than.
Age is no barrier to the wonderful,
soothing, healing nrop-rties of GIN
PILLS, the great Canadian Kidney
Cure. We have on record many letters
from men aud women of 6o, 65, 70, 75,
80 and over, testifying to the great relief
they received from taking GIN PILLS.
Mr. Samuel Martin of Strathroy, Ont.
suffered for twenty years with misery
in ,hii back. Some months ago, he
tried GIN PILLS and after taking ouly
three boxes, v.ns entirely cured. Mr.
Martin is now 85 years of age and,
enjoys the robust health of a vigorous
man of sixty, thanks ta GIN PILLS.
All elderly people are troubled, mere
^r lr*a, with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, and pain and weakness in the
lack. GIN PILLS are a guaranteed
cure far all these misfortunes. Money
pre_ip��ly refunded if they fail to give
complete ant isf action.
50c. a box���6 for f 2.J0. Sample box
free if yao write as, mentioning this
paper. Nntieaal Drag and Chemical
Ca., Dept B.C., Toronto. 49
The original
Oln Pills made by
National Druf and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only In this box.
THIS PONY LONOS FOR
ITS OLD HOME JN TEXAS
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Detd from Ed war J
Ashley Wilmot, Assessor of Dykes, to
Edwin John Bond, bearing date the
21st day of August, A. D. 11)07, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 5?, subdivision of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through nr
under you and  all persons   claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered   instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in  the  said   land    by  descent,  whose
title is not registered under the pro-,
visions  of  the  "Land   Registry  Act,"
are required  to contest  the cialm of
the   tax   purchaser   within    forty-five
days from the date of thp service of
tills notice upon you, and in default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or   In
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be forever estopped an;l debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
thc said land, and I shall register Ed-j
win  John  Bond  as owner thereof in j
fee.   And I hereby order that publlca-1
tion of this notice for thirty days Inl
a daily  newspaper  published  in  New ]
Westminster   will   be   good   and    suf-j
fitient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 8th day of Mav,
A. D. 1911.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District   Registrar
Escapes Louisiana   Maste^and  Wanders 500 Miles to Plains of Lone
Star State.
San Antonio, Tex., May 14.���Twelve
years ago George Lawrence rode from
Menard county, Tex.,'to a point in
Louisiana twenty miles west of New
Orleans. The animal ridden was a native Texas pony. Several times, shortly after bis arrival ln Louisana, the
pony got out of the lnclosure where
lt was kept and started back to Texas, one time covering flfty miles of
the way before it was caught. At no
time during the twelve years did the
animal appear to be satisfied when
tn a Louisiana pasture.
No Clew to Whereabouts.
Early ln January, this year, the
pony was mlsskig, and on account of
circumstances nT the time, it was believed to have been stolen. Notwithstanding the fact that the animal ls
17 years old, lt is one of the best saddlers In that part ot tbe country, and
since other animals had been stolen
from the neighborhood about that
time it was very natural to conclude
that this one had fallen in o the hands
of thieves. Search was made at the
time, but no clew to the whereabouts
of the pony could be obtained.
Recognized by Brand.
A few days ago Lawrence'got a letter from an old friend ln Menard
county telling him that the pony had
come back to tke plains of Texas and
had been recognized by the brand-
Lawrence Immediately went by train
to Menard preparatory to taking the
pony back to its old home. The animal had gone 500 ml'es between the
Louisiana point and its old home in
Menard county, finding its way back
to the state of its nativity after a
lapse of twelve years.
Discussing the matter, Lawrence
said:
"There never was a time since 1
rode that pony out of Texas when it
was turned out In the pasture that lt
did not go to the west fence, look
wistfully away ln the distance and
whlnay. I am convinced It was homesick for twelve years."
CARS FOR WOMEN.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
S���Opera  House,  Lorne street.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and   Park  Row.
14���Columbia arr* Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian  Hospital.
21���Queen's avenue and Third.
23���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
24���Third avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue  and  Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and  McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small and Bucklin Mills.
4.'!���B. C. E. R. Railway Car Shops.
45���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
46���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank-
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Chicago  and    Great  Western    Makes
Experiment.
Chicago, May 14.���The Chicago
Great Western railway has installed
on its line operating between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis
two coaches reserved exclusively for
the use of women,  i
The new coaches are known as
"woman's club cars." They are 70
feet long, built of steel, and furnlshel
with every luxury and facility that
the heart of woman can desire. Beside a central drawing room, each car
has eight compartments, in the privacy of which the women passengers
can play bridge, write their letters or
take a nap. The .first car made its
Initial trip out of Chicago Tuesday
night. It is known as the "Brlar-
cllffe."
It is not the purpose of the Great
Western to make these cars movable Adamless Edens. The road puts
that matter up to the women. If they
wish to invite tlieir men friends Into
the cars, they are welcome to do so,
but no men will be admitted without
women  escorts.
"There's poetic justice in that," said
one of the officials or tlje road. "Wei
have all heard of the restaurants that
won't admit women without male |
companions, and of hotels which
won't permit single women to register. It's a poor rule that won't work
both ways. No, we have the woman's car, from which man must keep
aloof until woman comes along and
invites him to enter.
"There is a real demand for cars of
this kind���it's not just a fad. Many
women feel ill at ease in even tho
best-appointed Pullman coaches, especially If they happen to be the only
women making the trip. It was to
satisfy this demand that the roads
first got into the habit of maintaining
men's and women's compartments in
the railroad stations. Now the same
idea is being carried into the trains."
The Brlareliffe ma le a Ione'y journey to St. Paul on the flrst day. Its
sole passenger was a New England
maiden aunt on her way to pay a
visit to the family of a St. Paul business man.
WOMAN   A    POWER     FOR    PEACE.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Baron de Constant Says Every Autocratic Gbvernment Fears Her.
Milwaukee, May 14.���Huron d'EB-
tournelles de Constant sees in woman
suffrage a powerful factor for International friendship. In a statement
yesterday he said:
"Every autocratic government fears
woman and her influence. No government tyranny, no policy of exploitation and conquest is conceivable in
a country where woman is free. Our
literature bears witness that woman
is the real obstacle to the spirit of
conquest.
"The influence of woman today is
spreading. Disregarding a few dollH
and caricatures���these are Inevitable and negligible���this influence of
woman is constantly working against
war.
"Anything that tends to emancipate woman helps tlie movement for
international peace. For this re;ison
I believe In the ballot for women."
Miss O'Callaghan
Graduate Nurse
'Phone 913. Room 613 Blackie Bk.
Gard
en
Tool
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND B TINED.
GARDEN  SPADES, LONG  AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN  RAKES, STEEL AND  MALLABLE.
GARDEN  HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
e
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
Alick Lauder
Brother of the famous HARRY
LAUDER, and a big pompany of
imported artists will appear at the
opera house for One Night Only,
Saturday, May 13
Prices, $1.00, 75c. 50c.
E. H. BUCKLIN, '  N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
i
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
B.C. Mills
1 imber and 1 rading  Co.
'*.  *^ tV* [.tlanafacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, SASH, DOORS, INTERIOR FINISH.
rURNED WORK, FI8H BOXES LARGE STOCK PLAIN AND
___. , FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone  12
New Weatminater
Box  137
A New Scow for Sale
18 x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia      i
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:45,  and  every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT  EXPRES8  8CHEDULE. *
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, ��BURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
8UNDAY 8ERVICE. *
Trains leave    New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:05 nnd 6:05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COHPANT.
$���
ADVERTISE in the NEWS
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MONDAY, MAY 15, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBB
Shrewd Business Men Buy
British Pacific Coal Stock
0  ���
Trustee T. R. Morrow Places .econd Issue on the Market at 35c.
A Limited Numer of Shares to be Sold at This Price.
Work Will Commence on The Property at Once.
In order to meet the ever Increasing demand for' stock ln
The British Pacific Coal Company, Limited, the trustee, T.
H. Morrow, has decided to open
an office ln the Ctty of New
Westminster, B.C., tor the purpose of meeting .the- demand
now at hand to give the people
of New Westminster and vicinity an opportunity of visiting
the office of the Trustee to pei
sonally examine specimens of
coal direct from the property,
inspect the maps and plans and
see the detailed and comprehen
slve report made by Alexander
Faulds, tbe eminent coal mining engineer and geologist who
reported upon this property.
Remember there is but a
limited black or stock to be
placed upon the market by the
Trustee at the small sum of 38c
a share.
Remember that a force ot
men leave for tbe property in
charge ot the engineer   during'
the coming weeji to begin active work upon the property.
Coal assured, rand locked
deep water harbor, water transportation, best market on the
Pacific coast.
This is a proposition .of merit
and one worth while taking
time to investigate.
The following is an extract
taken from the report of Alexander Faulds wbo examined
this property:
"The value ol 36,000,000 tons
of bituminous coal In your property for one seam of coal six
feet thick should not be less
than $120 an acre, and anthracite not less than $180 per acre,
the mean average of which
would be $160 an acre exclusive
of agricultural and timber
values.
"These $320 acres are thereby an excellent and adequate
commercial assemblage for col
liery operations capable of producing a dally output of 1000
tens for about 144 years."
The public are offered the
opportunity for a few more days
to acquire shares ln the B.ltish
Pacific Coal Company, direct
from the Trustee, T. R. Morrow,
at 35c per share ln blocks of
not less than 100 shares.
Terms of sale are: 10c a
share cash with application,
balance ln three equal monthly
payments.
Those who buy at 35c have
the assurance that ln the very
near future the Trustee will
place the next Issue of share,
ln The British Pacific Coal
Company on the market at 50c
or 60c a share, which means
that those wbo buy today at
35c will actually make 15c profit, or (150 lf they beld 1000
shares.
Fullest information will be
supplied if you are Interested.
Address your enquiry and send your application and check
to T. R. Morrow, Trustee, at 421 Columbia St., NewWe.tmin.ter, b.c
Remember, the New Westminster office of T. R. Morrow,
Trustee, is located at 421 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C,
and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. (Travers' leal Estate Office)
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now i�� the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
RUBBER PAVEMENT TO
BANISH NOISE FROM HON
Stones in Streets of World's Metropolis to Be Supplanted by Silent
Material.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River lt ls a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones   L117,   R117.
A.   IU'TTKRFIKLD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Pbone 623.
Ml lit �� * ��jj
For Prime Quality
or
Beef Steaks
Mutton Chops
Veal Cutlets
Pork Chops
Spring Lamb
Poultry
��� GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Dally
10 a. m. Dally via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2.00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, Aprll 4, 3 6, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver,
8 a.m Monday. Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m..:.Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and  Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Not the least Interesting of the exhibitions to be beld In London In.the
coronation season is the rubber exhibition, which is to be opened ta tbe
agricultural hall at the end of June.
It is expected tbat within ten years
there ls every chance of London
streets being covered with- a new rubber composition pavement, and that
London, instead of being one ot the
nosiest cities ln the world, wlll be the
most silent.
Sir Henry A. Blake, speaking at an
entertainment in connection with the
last rubber exhibition, said be looked
forward to the time when rubber will
compete with the quarry. He had the
authority'of a well known manufac ur-
er for saying tbat at half a dollar a
pound rubber could be used economically for Btreet pavements.
Much has happened In the rubber
world since then, and the price of haif
a dollar a pound, which thirty years
ago did not seem a preposterous expectation, seems to have become
more and more remote. Yet, according to authorities who are studing*the
situation, tbe contrary is really the
case.
Lasl year's rubber boom, lt ls pointed out, has meant the planting of
many millions of rubber, trees ln many
parts of the world. The supply of
plantation rubber ls likely to be Immensely increased in the next few
years, while the opening up of South
America may lead to an additional
output from that source. There are
good judges who prophesy that by
1916 the price of crude rubber will
bave dropped to half a dollar a pound.
Then wlll come the opportunity of
those wbo for years have been experimenting with the rubber composition,
which will supply the perfect pavement for London and other large
cities.
Rubber pavement Is, of course, no
new thing.   Such places as the road-1
way under the Midland   hotel at St. |
Pancras station and the courtway of
the Savoy hotel have been paved ln
tbis way in order to prevent persons I
being dlsturbe.l by the heavy traffic!
It has been laid down on sheets, and
Its endurance ls said to   be  wonderful. I
At  the  rubber  exhibition   ln   June
there wlll be a comprehensive display, i
One firm has undertaken to pave the
main entrance of tbe hall at a cost of
something like $5000. |
With   King George as   patron  and
Sir H. A. Blake as president, the ef-'
hlbitlon promises to be the most rep- J
resentatlve that has been held.   Moro
than 24 colonies and countries, com-'
prising    all    the    rubber     producing |
areas of the world, will be officially
represented.
EXTRAORDINARY PIANO SALE
Starting Today and Lasting
Until Maj 15
We must clear some of
our surplus stock,
i
We are GIVING $100
of! on all pianos.
Here are a few of our
bargains :
One $600 Gerhard Heintzman Piano, very large
upright grand, for > $500
One Upright Grand Heintzman Piano worth
$475, Ior    $375
One $450 Doherty Piano for  $325
One $325 Dominion Piano for $225
Two Dominion Upright Grands, worth $350 for.$250
Two Dominion Upright Grands/.worth $450 for $350
One large Upright Dominion Piano.slightly used,$175
fl i^jR -S ^ Terms Arranged to Suit Purchaere' Convenience.
J. H. TODD'S M�����- "���*
419 Columbia Street
W. R. CILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TIC%, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
EGGS!      ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
IrtBce 'Phone 18ft.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   M
any part ot tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICt���TPAM DBPOT.
Gold Watches for Ladlws from I12.7&
���P.
Sliver Watches, genu' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, genta' open caee,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and mifin
Watchea.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Railway Time  Tables
B. C. E. R. Weetmlneter Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00, 5:45 and every fifteen minutes thereafter until ,11
p. m.
Eburne Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m., and every hour thereafter
until 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne
Junction for Steveston.
Sunday   Schedule���New   Westminster
Branch,
lars leave New   w��st.iiin'<t#r for Van
couver at 0:00, 7:00, 8:00 and every
fifteen minutes thereafter until
11 p. m.
Eburne Line.
Cars  leave  New   Westminster   at   8
a. m. and every hour thereafter un-
til 11 p. m.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
Phone 699. P. O. Box 501.
Snider &|Brethour
General Contractors
Weetmlneter Trust Building.
Great Northern Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
.ridge passenger station, New West
minster,   10:20   a.m.   dally   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrlvea
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:28
p.m.: arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:45 a. m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Weatmlnster daily, ex
__pung jdeo.e _ip-p 'urd 00 = 8 evmng
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station  3:60  p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a. m; arrlvea
Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
PRISONERS PLANNED TO
BREAK FROM SEATTLE JAIL
Seattle, May 14.���To saw through
the bars of their cell, set upon the'
night jailer as he made his rounds
and put him out of "fhe way, and foi'C*
the jailer in the outer corridor to open
the big door under pain of death anJ
then to take his keys and liberate
every prisoner ln the, place, was the j
plot outlined by four of the most des-:
perate criminals at present confined
in the King County jail. But Sheriff
Hodge aud his head jailer nipped the I
Bcheme In the bud, and now the quartette Is meditating in the semi-
darkness of the "solitary" cell. Four
steel saws, a brass blowpipe, a bottle
of alcohol and a phial containing a
colorless HuuH, nature nat determined, are held as evidence against
the plotters. A search of the cells occupied by D. A. Hatfield, convicted
forger; George W. Workman, convicted of a statutory offence; Alex. Nlst,
convicted accessory to the murder of
Policeman Judson T. Davis, and E. D.
Nims, charged with grand larceny,
late yesterday revealed the presence
of saws, blowpipe an*l alcohol. Evidence that the men had commenced
work on the bolt and heads of the cell
door was found, and the Tour prisoners were at once removed to the dark
cell and the cage where condemned
murderers are held.
B. C.  MINERS' STRIKE
NO   NEARER   SETTLEMENT
Musical Festival
of the Empire
Patron: His Majesty the King.
President:    His Excellency
Earl Grey, P.C, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.
Under the direction of Dr. Charles Harriss
THE
Sheffield Choir
of England;   200 Voices
Conductor, Dr. Henry Coward.
MAY 15, 16,  at 8.15 o'clock.
Vancouver Horse Show Building, Monday
and Tuesday Evenings; Tues. Matinee 3.30;
NINE  SOLOISTS   NINE
Prices: ���Matinee, School Children,25c; Adults, $1.00
Evening, 50c 75c. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Tickets on sale Monday, May 8, at W. F. Evans'
music store at 10 a.m.   Mail orders now accepted.
Address all enquiries to F. W. Dyke, P.O. Box
303, Vancouver.
Special cars arranged for, to and from Vancouver.
G.   N.   R Surras
Leaves Seattle 8:06
New Westminster 2:50
Leaves Seattle 12:05
New Weatmlnster 6:55
Leaves  Seattle  4:35
New WestnRnster 9:26
Leaves Seattle 11:45
I New Westminster 6:30
J
Branch.
a.m.;  arrlvea
p.m.
p. m., arrives
p. m.
p. m.;  arrlvea
p. m.
p. m.;  arrive,
a. m.
Fernie. B. C, May 14.���The conciliation  hoard  has   closed   Its   session
here temporarily after a fruitless attempt to get the parties together upon I
a proposition   submitted  by  Rev.  C.I
W. Gordon, the chairman.   The after-J
noon was spent in a discussion of this j
proposition  behind closed doors, and j
when it was found that lt was useless
at this stage to try further tp do any-J
thing in the line of   conciliation, tho
board adjourned to meet at the call
of the chairman. Rev. Dr. Gordon and
Mr. McNlven, who acted as secretary I
to   the   board,   have   left   for   their |
homes.   The operators also left town,
leaving  the executive   of  the   mine-
workers to remain a few days attending to matters pertaining to the district affairs.    The proposition submitted by the chairman, and which was
the basis of the afternoon's negotia
tlons, seems not  to   have   met with
favor  from  either  side.    The   chairman   stated,  after  the   adjournment,
that he had hoped too strongly for its J
acceptance,  as the   inquiry  had   not
gone  far enough  to get results that
I would  satisfy  either  party.    He hai
made it in the Interests of peace before taking a long   adjournment, not
wishing  to  lose  any  opportunity   of
securing an agreement between  the
parties.     The    present    adjournment
will last for several weeks.
All the May Day Needs
Can be Well Supplied
AT
The WHITE HOUSE
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt Is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used.in two ways; to spend for what ia
needed now and to invest for what ahall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until it is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager, r
7*
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t��AOE POUR.
���THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1911.
The Daily News
by The Dally News Publish-
Company. Limited, at their offices,
Mr   of   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
H_ Paige Managing Director
MATSQUI   RANCH   TOR SALE
We hare exclusive sale of 40 acres In Sec. 13, Tp. 17, Matsqui. This
property Is all slashed and twenty-three acres under cultivation.
(S acres in hay and 15 acres In grain). Small house and barn.
Pui^has.r .may have Immediate possession. ice only $175 per
afre.-
FOR TERMS, ETC.   8et
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Guichon Block.
-___-_.
A W. WEART AT MIS8ION.
The reception given Mr. Weart.
Liberal candidate of this riding, at
.Mission City sliould tend to roase the
enthusiasm of the Liberals throughout tbe whole district.
Meeting many, as he did for the
���rat Ume, he made a splen Ild impre.-
tUon on his audience, and long before
Che meeting was over, it was fully
realized that ln the choice of Mr.
Weart the convention held at New
W��tminster on April 22 had made
no mistake
It only remains now for the whole
riding to thoroughly organize, to bo
prepared and ready for an election,
whenever lt may be held, to join
hands and one and a'.l, to place the
electoral district of Now Westminster
in the van at the next election. !
Ib the past the Liberal government
at Ottawa lias done much to merit the
confidence of the people; that confidence during the past two years has
jfrcatly Increased throughout the
whole Dominion, and with Sir Wilfrid
at the head of affairs, the future prosperity of the country is assured.
There is little doubt but fk&t, when
(he elections are held again, and the
suffrages of the people are asked, th.o
liberals will  be returned  with
Your Opportunity!
ird Avenue, City
���i  ***********************
Cn carline, large lot, (just under ,
one acre) suitable for small subdivision or apartment house.
This Is a Certain Money-Maker
For further particulars see
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
Real Estate, Insurance, Conveyancing
648 Columbia St., Phone 832.
S* Notary Public.
New Westminster, B.
OFFICES
OR
HOUSEKEEPING   ROOMS
FACING
Columbia
AND
Sixth Streets
WILL OPEN SOON
Get There First!
APPLY RENT DEPARTMENT
DOMINION TRUST CO'Y
PHONE 56.
the ascendant, lt ls quite noticeable! To Prison for Life.
that the fame of tho other two is de- Hayward, Wis., "May 14.���John
1 dining somewhat. Not that they are Dletz, of Cameron Dam, was found
1 no longer read but their places aie guilty of murder in the first degree
I being taken more and more notice- by the Jury In the circuit court here
I ably by modern writers. I yesterday, and Judge Reid sentenced
!     The recent fall season has witness- him to life imprisonment.
ed the appearance of quite a galaxy of
1 Canadian  novels,  all  of  which  have
done remarkably well. The most note
i worthy bas been Robert W. Service's
oven| ftrat   essay   at    novel-writing,   "The
a. -greater majority, then let every one'Trail of Ninety-Eight," a book of gen-
' ulne  distinction.   Two  other   Yukon
IN
THE  SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
here look to his vote, and see that tho
electoral distiict of New Westminster
IsarJjslldeB no more, but Is represented
at Ottawa by a Liberal and a member of the government.
Tbe Witness says: The Conseivative party has no wburnt Its boats.
Jt cannot go back. It has made up Its
mind that anti-reciprocity
popularity. It joyed in Ottawa on
R___y at a banquet and predicted to
ilsull the time when it would banquet
as a party at the government tab'.gj it
talked about the wicked Liberals and
their malignity in agreeing to exchange free vegetables with their
neighbors. But all it did was to denounce and misconstrue. < It did not
-announce one Item of constructive
policy. Yet Mr. Borden and liis parts
would have revelled in pleasure if
t.hey could have made the bargain with
the United States that Sir Wilfrid
l-aurier's government has made; not
tiac tap did tlie Conservatives do to
String about the Imperial trade, ela-
lions; and not one tap do they promise to do. Imperialism with tliem ls
;i vague generalization whose real
name ls buncombe. We are sorry to
see Mr. Borden, for whom we havo
in urn leaped, personally and politically, in. such a boat. The Conservatives in this opportune time generally
.may., think that what-they are doing
is Rood tactics. It will prove to be
suicide, and deservedly so.
stories, "The Frontiersman" by H. A.
Cody, an.l "The Stampeder," by S. A.
White, hy a strange coincidence, appeared In the same season. Other Action from Canadian pens included
"The Second Chance." by Nellie L.
McClung; "The Handicap," by Robert
K. Knowles; "Llsbeth of the Dale,"
by Marion Keith; "Love of the Wild,"
by Archie P. MeKishnie; "The Mac of
'37," by Frier-Brown; "The Story of
means I Yuku," by Dorothy Dean Tate, and
1 two or three stories of minor importance
| There are at least three English
novelists   whose   work  is  greatly  ad-
Between
Sherman & Hlnchcllffe
Plaintiffs (Judgment Creditors)
and
George Browse and Jason Allard, executors  under the last  will and
testament of Basil Brousseau, and
the said Basil Brousseau.
��  Defendants (Judgment Debtors).
Hon. Mr.
Sth
Store
To Rent
In excellent location.
TO RENT���Two offices ln Dominion
Trust Block facing Columbia street,
occupation June 1.
List  your furnished  or  unfurnished rooms and houses with us.
CALL ON
Dominion Trust Co.
'Phone 56. 602 Columbia St.
I Have $1250 to Loan on Improved Residential Property. Must
be first mortgage security.
W. F. Edmonds
LOAN  SPECIALIST.
613 Columbia Street
Over Bank of Toronto.      Phone 927.
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P/^D      C A I   IT Tw0  ijartlc'lllar:>'   fhoice  lots  on
*   V^*^     **J-C^m Fourth  street,  between  Fourth  and
Fifth avenues ��jt $1100 and f 13 00 , respectively.    Reasonable terms.
Also some of the finest residences In the city.
English  &   Brown
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  A genta.
520 Columbia Street, Thompson Block. Phone 90S.
WESTMINSTER  OPERA  HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG,  Manager.
One Night,
Wednesday,
May 17
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Pursuant to the order of
Justice Murphy, made herein the
day of February 1911, I will on Friday,
the 19th day of May, 1911, at the hour
of 12   o'clock   noon,   at   my    office,
Court House, New Westminster, offer
fo/ sale by public auction, all the right,
title and  interest of th edefendant* i *
(Judgment debtors) in the   following ���
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the laying of cement sidewalks on
Eighth street, from Columbia street
to Sixth avenu., and on Front street
from Eighth street to end of the
Schaake Machine Works buildings.
Plans, specifications and further information may be obtained from the
office of the city engineer, City hall.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by flve o'clock on Monday, the ..nd of May, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN
City Clerk
City Hall. New Westminster, B. C.
May loth, 1911.
lhe Girl
rom
Rector s
By Paul IV*. Potter
One year in New York
Six months in Chicago
Prices,  $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
I Advertise in the Daily News
mired among Canadian readers at tlie  lands, the north-easterly twenty acre.
THE    CANADIAN    READER.
The Authors _nd Books He Most Delights to   Honor.
���i\V. A. Craick, in the Book Monthly,
London.    Abridged.)
Perhaps   the  most   significant    feature in ihe Canadian   book world <>f
recent yeara has been the amazingly
Iarj.e sale of sets Of  the great  popular authors of the nineteenth century
Dickens,   Thackeray,   Scott,  Georgo
Eliot,   Mncauluy,   Hugo,   and    B   score
of others.
As a rule the books are not bought
for ornament but for use. There Is
tittle affectation among Canadians in
��� his respect Few people buy books
in Canada merely for the sake of being considered fond of literature, because there would he little gained by
mo doing Practically every volume
purchased la bought for service, and
_fc__ every Canadian's library, no matter whal its size, is a working library.
There is no doubt that Charles Die-
liens is the favorite author of the Canadian people. In every Canadian
home whicli possesses a bookshelf,
<-oi>ieB of some of liis novels are sure
to tie found, Public libraries fre-
���jnently require to liave more than ono
act of his works, in order to satisfy
the demand ol their patrons. Of his
novels, tbe most popular is probably
"David Copperfleld," with "Tlie Old
Curiosity Shop" and "Pickwith Pa-
fwrs-' close seconds: at least, this ts
thc experience of the Toronto Public
library. The popularity of Dickens in
���the Dominion is Well attested by tho
Tact that the Toronto branch of the
Oirkens Fellowship is the .largest in
l��int or membership In 'the world,
Ivomdon apart.
Next iorJW0r*iP, of t'e older n i el
ist*. Sir ^fv'inter Scott claims the favor
oT Canadian readers, and following
him is Thackeray, but neither of them
ranla nearly as high as Dickens.
While his great vogue is always on
present time and who are regarded in
Canada as the foremost novelists of
the day. These aro YV. .1. Locke, William De Morgan and Arnold Bennett.
, Tlieir   recognition   has    come    slowly
but surely, and the libraries are find-'
lng  a   noticeably   Increasing   call   for
their various titles.
!��� The reading of Canadians extends
to history, biography, travel, theology
and other branches of literature to a
' comparatively llmtiod -extendi, The
sale of such books, except In the new
reprint editions which can be purchased so cheaply, is very small In-
* deed, but it can be safely said that,
owing to the ability of thoughtfully-
Inclined people to buy the world's
classics in serviceable form at low
prices, the number of readers of this*
class of books is steadily increasing.
The libraries furnisli Interesting figures showing the extent to which
such volumes are circulated. Roughly
speaking, about 25 per cent of tlieir
home circulation falls under this
heading |
The readers of Canada belong to no
one class, nor are they limited to any
special calling. Every here and there
will lie found some man or woman
who is cherishing love for literature
and laying a foundation for a life of |
culture   ani    refinement,  which   will
of the south half of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8.
Langley Prairie, New Westminster
Distiict, more fully described as follows:
Commencing at a point 50 links
west of the north-east corner of the
south half of the north-east quarter
of Section 24, Township 8, New West-
minster District, thence southerly and
parallel to the easterly boundary of
the said south half of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8, for
a distance of 8.50 chains, thence westerly and parallel to the northern boundary of the said south half of tho
north-east quarter of Section 24.!
Township 8, for a distance of 23.53
chains, thence northerly and parallel
to the eastern boundary of the said
south half of the north-east* qaurter I
of Section 24, Township 8, for a distance of 8.50 chains, more or less, to
the northern boundary of the said
south half of the north-east quarter
of Section 24, Township 8, thence
easterly along the northern boundary
of the said south half of the northeast quarter of Section 24, Township
8, for a distance of 23.53 chains, more
or less, to the place of beginning, and
containing twenty acres be the same
more or less .
To satisfy a judgment In favor of
,   ,, ,    i. ' #.,n f-,i*ti���n ' Lh* Pontiffs  t Judgment debtors)  for
probably not come to its full fruition  ,230,00  and  duly  registered   ln   the
until  the  next    generation   or   even T,a-d  Registry offlce   New Westmln
ster   on   July  23,   1908,  and  duly
liter. There  is at least no retrogres-
| sion.   Canada is pressing forward, not
only towards material supremacy but
towards a fuller and deeper Intellect-
i ual life as well.
Wide Open
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THE DAILY NEWS.
paoi fTva
5PORTING NEWS
LIMITED. EASILY BEATEN BY
WESTMINSTER IN FIRST GAME
Impression Created by Ambitious City' Lacrosse Team Not
Likely to Help Aggregation on Its Way Into B. C. L. A-
Davy Gibbons the Only Strong Man. on Aspirants'
Lineup���Score, Westminster 12, Maples 3.
(BY  ROBERT A. WIL80N.)        .their passing baokwards anl forwards
Although many of the leaders of tho! and ln fact any old way was a treat to
how difficult this and the offfer two
scored by liorrobin and Mundy would
have been to stop, please ask Sandy, Map1*
BALS BEATEN.
Leafs  Land   Heavily on  Once
Famous Team of Baseball Players.
A crime was perpetrated at Queen3
park on Saturday afternoon when the
Gray 	
Young Hughie Gifford,    wbo   took
Feeney's place In the closing quarter,
was   supported   collectively    by   hls  ���    ._ , ������, i_.-____n _..������., _i__i__ ��k���
boys, with the result that he put the  ^aple ^f baseball bunch circled the
ball through three times.
Scores.
First Quarter,
1���W.
mins.
2���C.
mins.
3���G.
mins.
4���G.
mins.
Turnbull, Westminster, 2
Spring, Westminster, 4 1-2
Spring, Westminster, 6 1-2
Spring,   Westminster, 1   1-2
B. C. L. A. regretted that the try-out
match on Saturday at Recreation
park, Vancouver, was not the one
tbey would have liked me to see, ow
ing to tbe one-sided nature of it, 1
would not have missed the engagement for a king's ransom
witness and reminded me of the drib
bllng game ln the old country twenty
years ago, when football matches
were not won by the respective stars
as now, but by clever combination,
that unselfish work which shows that
each man has the thought for his fel-
1   had  studiously avoided  all  prac ���  low  player ever    uppermost    ln    his
tire games and smaller matches bj
that I would be enabled to look with
nn Impartial eye on tbe game which
was to give me by baptism into tbo
Canadian sport, a sport which has its
devotees numbered by the thousands
from seaboard to seaboard. I even
avoided, for this reason, the smaller
match whicli was the curtain riser to
mind. And so it was ln the lacrosse
game. I had thought that Johnny
Howard would, for the opening game,
be out of place with a pack of com-
parltlvely new playing members, but
he was ln his swing from the start
and not only did his team mates feed
bim ln the most approved manner,
but he, ln turn with a possible view
the bigger game on Saturday and ��n-.   to finding for himself the weak points!
took my seat ln the press box when in*the play of those who flanked him,1
North   Vancouver   and   Westminster  repeatedly sent the ball over and then
trooped on to the rain soaken sward,  followed up for the repass,
or rather  where    the sward    should The G*nne.
have been. j     A deal of time was cut to waste dur
ing the preamble, Matt Barr addressing the players in mid fleld much as
a parson would, when  committing a
Before going Into the many details,
I wish to record the fact that tbis
was the only national game, prior to
last Saturday, which I had never seen.  boQ/ wath* rteePu M*tt '��*?* KreaI
i __���  ,.--o-_-iw    -_ii_    fn-    ���  serious Saturday. He started the boys
Lacrosse apparently calls for a
player to be ln the very best of physical condition In order to stand the
terrible strain of those four quarters,
and as there are no off-side rules as
we have in the old country at football, the .tlckhandlers have to be on
the go from the start. I have used
the word "apparently" advisedly, as
even to a novice It was plain that the
Westminster twelve rarely showed
what their true worth was. In a
game of this nature, when the North
Vancouver team was trying hard for
entrance into the ranks of the B. C.
L. A., it behoved the champions to "7Z". ".?
win '>y as much as they possibly
could. This they did not do by a long
shot and just why I do no t understand.    It is   well    known that   the
officials of tlie Salmon Bellies desire  r__rw___rT^~�����w."7h_.'
.,        ,   i    .        ...      , ,   _   .      ,  ,     few feet out from the
the adinUaion of the    Limiteds    Into
Second  Quarter.
5���G. Spring, Westminster, 15 mins.
mins.
6���Wintemute.  Westminster, 4   1-8
mins. JS
Third Quarter.
diamond eighteen times, the Balmorals, victims, only coming home on
three occasions. The wor'd-famous
Smith battery worked tor tbe Bals
untll such time as Ralph Smith, manager, flre Ralph Smith, pitcher, out of
the box and sent ln Lewis, whi did
better. Smith was wild on Saturday.
The next city league game will take
place on Saturday, when the Alerts
entertain the Balmorals at Sapperton
park, which Is nice and handy to the
hospital. The champions are going to
put over a little publicity stuff o'n this
ocoa.ion, a lady, a baseball and sev-
7���L. Turnbull, Westminster, 16 1-2, eral dollar tickets figuring    in    the
^^^ ' stint.   The sensatlqi^il story will be
) released  today  or  tomorrow,  lf  the
rain keeps off.
the association, but they went a
wrong way about their business if
they thought that the score would
help the  Leafs out. or rather, in.      j
I would liked to have seen Westminster win by thirty goals to nil.
This was possible. No one can deny
that statement truthfui'y- On the'
other hand, If the North Vancouver
bunch were not able to penetrate
Sandy Gray without assistance, and
through their own efforts, why, on
their showing of Saturday, should
they be admitted to the league ? Without Inside Information I verily believe
that Vancouver next Saturday will
play lacrosse every minute of the
game, score at every opportunity and
endeavor to win by the largest possible number of goa's. If this is
done, then It's good-bye to the chances
of recognition whicli the Ambitious
City directorate aver that they merit.
From the first, I have been a strong
supporter of the new club. They f.ll
down in my opinion when they resorted to poaching tactics, but this to
a large extent I foreiye. in the hope
that they would show us that they had
a combination which was entitled to
call for a three team league. The play
of Saturday gave this Idea a sorry
looking dent and I am Inclined to tho
opinion that the B. C L, A. committee
will, at the special meeting called for  "tv*""*"     ������"'
-- .' ---..__._ _.___ .a. ���-������ ���,.,���,,   resumed play
off and handled the game In a manner
which left no.room Doughtlng Sammys
that he knew every angle of the sport.
The visitors, that is the Salmon
Bellies, forced the exchanges and
were quickly at the Maples citadel,
where, from eight yards out Blll|
Turnbull sent ln a low fast shot;
which Gibbons was powerless to save.
On the restart the leaders lost no
time ln again visiting their opponent's portion of the field, but on this
visitation, Gibbons was not so easily
beaten. Time and again he repelled
the attacks which rained In upon him
was not untll the game had j
been in progress practically seven
minutes that Doughey Spring, accept
lng a nifty pass from the previous
getter, scored the second point only a
^^^^^^^^^^^ left upright.
Grumpy Spring, not to be outshone by
his brother, gathered In tlie nest two
goals and the first quarter was practically ended, when Sandy Gray,
when close pressed, cross-checked,
and Referee Barr promptly handed
him a five minute check.
Doufehy Spring took up the vacated
goalshlp during Gray's enforced stay
on the bench, but as Westminster
forced the play and kept the ball
away from their own end of the field,
the temporary guardian was idle.
George Rennie brought off three brilliant runs, outplaying, outrunning and
outgeneralling those who fancied they
were his equal. Rennie, whilst prone
to play to the gallery, Is sure some
stickhandler and his manner of grand
stand sliding and then bringing himself to an abrupt stop was not lost ou
those who love spectacular performances. It did not seem to worry
George very much who it was that
butted into hlm; all looked alike, but
not once did he stoop to rough play.
He apparently thought that his opponents were so easily handled that
play of any kin.l but the cleanest was
not necessary. Galbralth, for an infringement during which he becamo
entangled with his opponent's legs
and had to sort himself out, merited
and received a seat nearby the timekeepers.    As Gaily   came   off,   Gray
mins.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Last   Quarter.
8���H. Gifford, Westminster, 3 mins.
9���Slater, North   Vancouver, 1   1-2
mins.
10���H. Gifford, Westminster, 30 sec.
11���Horrobln,  North   Vancouver,  2
mins.
12���G.    Spring,    Westminster,    30
sees.
13���E. Munday, North Vancouver, .1
min.
14���H.    Gifford,    Westminster,     5
mins.
16���Rennle, Westminster, 50 sec.
Penalties.
First   quarter,   Gray,   Westminster,
5 mins.
Second   quarter,   Galbralth,   Westminster, 5 min.
Third   quarter,   McConaghy,   North
Vancouver, 5 mins.
Fourth quarter.    No penalties.
Officials.
Referee���Matt. Barr.
Goal  umpires���Buck   Marshall   and
H. McCallum.
Timekeepers���H.   Campbell   and  C
P.  Latham.
Penalty timers���II. C. Major and C.
H. Tyson.
Cen's Team for Saturday.
At a late hour last night the Dally
News learned that the team which
will represent Vancouver next Saturday against the Limited Maples will
be as follows: Bun Clark, goal;
Griffiths, point; Pickering, cover
point; Ions, first defence; Godfrey,
second defence; Matheson, third defence; West, centrp; Fitzgerald, third
home; Phelan, second home; Carter,
flrst home; Lalonde, outside home;
Allen, inside home.
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next Saturday after the second match,
throw out the strangers. Still, after
what Judge Lindsay did In admitting
Mike Lynch after suspension in the
Northwestern Baseball league, nothing would surprise me In northwest
matters.
Only tn one department of the new
team's construction was 1 keenly interested. Need I say that was In
watching the marvellous exposition of
goalkeeplng ns dished up by Gibbons.
The wise ones told me to keep my
optics on this great custodian. The
advise wasn't necessary. The playing
Of tlilR one man was the redeeming
feature of liis whole team. In the flrst
quarter, he, although beaten four
times, saved the goal on no fewer
than twenty-seven occasions from
what looked certain scores, lfow
Gibbons managed to be    in about   a
and
Vernon Green gave an exposition of,
feedy running wl/lcli surprised    the I
ayers and onlookers alike, but when |
within  measureable distance of    tho
opposition goal, he slipped and    the
ball, quickly picked up    by   Grumpy
Spring,   was  transferred   to   the   further end of the fleld where, after    a'
series of passes, this player sent    in j
a  fast  overhead  ball  and  registered
the   fifth  point.    At  this  portion    of
tho game the North Vancouver team
was showing fair form, but the follow-;
lng point scored by Wintemute,   and
the last of tlie second quarter, s."*eme.|
to take all the starch of    tlie    newcomer's collars.
The first free throw of the match
was called alter the third quarter had
been  In  progress but a few  seconds.
Custodian Gibbons had tlie crowd on
the bleachers on thoir feet by h:s
great play. He was called upon to
^^^^^^^^^ nml his saving
was little short of marvellous. A fino
bit of play between  Put Feeney und
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We are serving lots of new Spring Dishes now. Come
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Dominion Trust Block, New Westminster
dozen places at the same   time
clear his uprights Is to me a mystery  ^St^S'samt ShotS
and I am looking forward to his second appearance next Saturday.   With
a good defence this Maple Leal1 lot Georgc Hennle on the one side and
would be some nifty team. Wiur a Mundy on ,he other waa witnessed.
set of players who couldJiatMr the th_  fl���gt name-  nccepte1 a B,lngln~
pass from midlleld and  was nt once
ball and shoot without waiting th.
directors of the club might be able to
sav with an amount of truth "we are
it," but just as long as the personnel
is made up of men whom 1 am told
were once players, but who are, alas,
In the .Jeffries class, just, so long
would lacrosse lose by l'he admittance
to the league matches.
When spectators start leaving their
seats in the stand In the opening
minutes of the third quarter, one can
readilv guess that there Is something
lacking, lt may be that Westminster
did not wish to shut out the asplrantu
for B. C L. A. membership and that
by adopting the tactics of Saturday
they were keeping tlieir best form
under wraps, but to me it would have
looked more in the best Interests of
true sport had tbey come Mght "ut ol'
their she?* and won by as m> a
margin as they were ab'e.to.
Wliat   particularly   struck   me  was
tbe   wonderful   combination    as   ex-
pounced upon by Mun ly. In the scrimmage the Westminster man sent over
to Rennlo, who galloped off, but
again Mundy he'd him up. Once again
did Feeney come into tlie picture and
this time he relieved tho stress by
swinging over to safety. Longfellow,
with his shoulders thickly padded,
had a grand chance to score, but he
made the fatal mistake of waiting an 1
cuddling the ball long enough to enable the opposition to get. down and
muffle his parting shot. This wai
the common error of the North Vancouver lot. In the open tbey gnve a
fair to middling show, but their
home was weak; In the first ten minutes of the tlilrd quarter, the cham
plons started to forget the Itner points
of the game and confined themselves
by fooling with the would-be-Inside
club. McConaghy scored tho flrjt
point for his team amidst a will outburst of enthusiasm  from    the    sup-
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^��_*t,l*jNfc.kv.vfl*M'i��*.i MONDAY, MAY 15, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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COAST LAND DISTRICT���Dlsti let of
Coast���Tuke notice that I, C. Johnson, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at tbe southeast side
of the south end of Head Island ami
at tbe northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
thence  west 80 chains, thence north
40    chains, thence    east
thence south    40 chains,    containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
O. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to'ao-
ply for permission to purchase
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank ot the Cheakamous river, about two chains north    of    the
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
80 chains,! mouth of Marble Creek,   and    about
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence south CO
chains to salt water, thence following
shore Une ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Duted April 6th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,   Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
married  woman, intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing at  a
post planted at the southeast corner
,of  W.  P.  S. 142,    thence    east    80
.chains, thence north 40 cbalns, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
���chains  to point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA  DICK,
Bert  Wurren, Agent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
ninety chains north of tbe north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; tbence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G, GOULD.
John Greer, Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
Tenders fer Cement Sidewalks.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the laying of cement sl-lewa'ks on
the: Eighth street, from Columbia street
to Sixth avenue, and on Front street
from Eighth street to end of the
Schaake Machine Works buildings.
Plans, specifications and further Information may be obtained from the
office of the city engineer, City hall.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by flve o'clock on Monday, the 22nd of May, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
May 10th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, which point is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake, thance west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains
Inore or less to tbe shore of Green
lake, thenee northerly following tbe
shore of Gren lake to tbe point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
TENDERS   WANTED.
Sealed tenders wlll be received by
the undersigned, up till noon May 20,
1911, for tbe erection of car barn
buildings, Chilliwack, B. C
Plans and specifications can be -ro-
cured upon application at the office
of W. H. Hazlitt, purchasing agent,
Vancouver.
The lowest, or any ten.er not necessarily accepted.
B.  C.   ELECTRIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY.
��*___        BBLS___i
^a^*\\^L**^'^7r7^m
SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for  Metallic   Fittings",   Railway
j Mal!  Service, Vancou-ver,  B. C, will
Thomas Greer, Agent., De received until 4.00 p. m., on Mon-
Dated  April  22,  1911. j day. May 22, 1911, for the supply of
_.     ���Efi��T-^rTg== i Fittings mentioned.
Rfc_i_iHY   ^'-,- oi,,.-    gpeciflcatlon    and   form, of
can  be  seen  and  forms  of
LAND
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,
excepted the southerly 12 feet heretofore conveyed, ln the district of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl
Plans,
contract
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST-Take notice that I, George] tt^Tm&^__^l_wT__^
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-1,_ "h_ _am��� ���, ,____h p.m-h'All hna
tlon  carpenter, Intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands?   Commencing at   a
post  planted  10 chains north of the _,      , ,      ,   .     ..    .      ,,     .,      ,
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence I the date of the first publication hero-
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains, I ��f* ln a da"y newspaper published in
tender   obtained   at  the  Post  Office,
Vancouver, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on  the  printed  forms supplied
. and  signed  with  their actual signa-
ln tbe name of Joseph Campbell, lias; tures.
been filed In this office. , |    Eacn  tender must be accompanied
Notice is hereby given that I shall, Uy an accepted cheque on a charter-
at the expiration of one month from | ed bank   payable to the order  of th*
... ..... ��...���. ....,,i,���.,,,,.,, i..���.,.' Honourab|e   tne   Minister   of   Public
thence  west 00 chains, thence north
(10 chains, containing 360 acres.
OEOBQBJ OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupat.ton broker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at it
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
4u chains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
'���-80 ucres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   16tb,   1911.
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless ln the meantime vaid objection
be made to me In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.,
District Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, May 2, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
CoaBt���Take notice that I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at n
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thehce west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 69
acres of the southeast quarter of Section 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) iu
the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifl
cate title No. 4781A, Issued in the
name of George A. Wltherspoon, has
been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof, la a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue :i
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Title..
Land Registry Office, New Westminster. B. C, March 9. 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re  Town  of Port  Moody, the north
portion (33x132 feet) of Lot No. 25,
Block 7, Clark's Survey.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 1445A, issued
in the name of John Nlcolson Mnlr,
has been filed In tbis office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
wben called upon te do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender not be accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept tbe lowest or any tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, April 24, 1911
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for supply of Steam Coal," will
be received at this office until 4 p. m.
on Wednesday, May 24th, 1911, for
the supply of Steam Coal to tbe B. C.
Fleet of Dredges.
Forms of tender can be procured at
tbe office of William Henderson, Esq.,
Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C,
from the Postmaster, Vancouver, and
also at the office of the undersigned,
in New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
t.nders will be not considered unless
made on forma supplied, and signed
with their actual signatures, stating
tb.lr occupation ani place of residence. In the case of firms, tbe actual
signature, the nature ot the occupation, iand the place of residence of
each member of the flrm must be
given.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
dec.
By Order,
H. A. BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges.
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster, B. C��� May   12th, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the Department.
JAPANESE BOY ROSE FHOM
SCULLION TO AUTHORSHIP
Striking Evidence of Pluck and Perseverance  Given by  Subject of
the   Mikado.
IN
It is difficult enough for an Englishman or Canadian to write a book
in .tench or German, yet his labors
sink into insignificance when compared with the travels of a Japanese
student who undertakes to write a
book in an Occidental language. For
while English has a certain semblance
of similarity to German or French,
the Japanese language has nothing in
common with any of the languages ot
Europe. Because of thli peculiar fact,
Dr. Uyehara's "The Political Development of Japan" challenges particular
attention. And the circumstances in
which the author acquired English
and attained high scholarship forced
a deep sense of respect.
Like many of the Japanese boys
who come to America for education,
George Yetsujiro Uyehara bad but
scanty means to realize bis ambition.
But he knew that where there ls .
will tbere Is a way. Soon after his
arrival ln Seattle be became a domestic worker and toiled with brooms
and mops and frying pans to carry
him through high school. By the time
he was ready to enter college bis aspirations and bis assiduity bad attracted the attention of M. Furhya,
one of the largest Japanese merchants
on the Pacific coast, through whose
generous assistance he was enabled
to pursue his academical studies.
When he was graduated from the University of Washington at Seattle with
a degree of Master of Arts, he conceived the Idea of going to England
so that he might study the British
system of parliamentary government
ln comparison with that of his native
country. Again the generous merchant extended a helping hand and
made his plan possible of realization.
While in England Uyehaza matriculated as a student in the London
School of Economics and Political
Science, and prepared a thesis on the
political development of Japan, which
won him the degree of Doctor of
Science. It ls this thesis which we
have before us in book form. It is
lowg. issued by the school  In question as
Commencing at a point 50 links ��ne of a series of monographs by lec-
west of the north-east corner of the|turer8 and, students. While the work
south half of the north-east quarter waB completed ln England, Its outline
of Section 24, Township 8, New West-1 was marked out while the author was
minster District,, thence southerly and' 8tln ln thls country for he submitted
THE   SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Between
Sherman & Hinehcliffe
Plaintiffs (Judgment Creditors)
and
George Browse and Jason Allard. executors  under  the last  will and
testament of Basil Brousseau, and
the said  Basil  Brousseau.
Defendants (Judgment Debtors).
Pursuant to the order of Hon. Mr.
Justice Murphy, made herein the 25th
day of February 1911, I wlll on Friday,
the l'Jth day of May, 1911, at the hour
of 12 o'clock noon, at my office,
Court House, New Westminster, offer
for Bale by public auction, all the right,
title and interest of th edefendants
(Judgment debtors) in the following
lands, the north-easterly twenty acres
of the south half of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8.
Langley Prairie, New Westminster
District, more fully described as fol-
dlet has the right of impeachment;
but an even more effective means of
embarassing tbe government is to address to the throne a memorial pointing out unsatisfactory conditions of
administration, and stating that tha
cabinet Is acting contrary to the magnanimous will of his majesty and thus-
betraying the sovereign's trust.
COAST    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of CoaBt���Take notice that I, George, ,
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, oc-1 at the expiration of one month from
euration real estate, intends to apply the date of the flrst publication here-
for permission to purchase the fol- of, In a dally newspaper published ln
lowing described lands: Commencing the City of New Westm nster, issue a
at a post planted southeast coiner of duplicate of the said certificate unless
thence north 80 chaina, i in  the  meantime  valid  objection  be
T. L. 31792,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April Kith, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary,  Alberta, occupation  spinster,  Intends   to  apply    for
made to me in writing.
C  S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., April 6th,
1911. 	
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the   undersigned  and  endorsed   'Ten-
permission to purchase the following I der for Public Building, Grand Forks,
described   lands:     Commencing at aB. ,C, will be received at this office
post  planted at the southeast corner j until  4  p.  m., on   Monday,  May   ""
of T. L, 31792, thenre west 80 chains
Ihence soutli 80 chains, tlience   easl
so chains, thence north 80 chains to
point    of commencement,   containing I
���<l4ii acres more or less.
HANNA  BUfiHLlR,
Boone Kerlin, -Agent, j
Dated  April Kith, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of i
CoaBt���Take  notice   that   I.   James
A, Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche- j
wan, occupation  broker,    Intends    to
-apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:  Commencing at a  post  planted  at the north-
West  corner  of  the Green  Point   In-
dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains, j
thence  north  80  chains, thence  east
40 chains, thence    south  80    chains,
containing 320 acres more or less.      |
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
1911, for the construction of a Public
Building at Grand Forks, B> C.
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seen and forms of ten
der obtained at the office of Mr. William Henderson, resilient architect,
Victoria, B. C, at the lost office,
Grand Forks, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signa-j-
tures, stating their occupations and |
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and piace of
*.r,t*r
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:09
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N.R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points     east and   Eu
rope  (dally)     7:3C
23:00���All points east and Europe (dally) 15:46
12:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fra3er
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)   15:45
12:30���Coquitlam    (dally   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday) 13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill   and   South  West-
parallel to the easterly boundary of
the said south balf of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8, for
a distance of 8.50 chains, thence westerly and parallel to the northern boundary of the  said  soutb  half   of   the
to  the   University  of  Washington
thesis on the same subject.
The peculiar nature of the constitutional government of Japan is, the
writer believes, due to the peculiar
frame of mind   of the   people.   The
north-east   quarter    of    Section    24, j western  people   of migratory nature
Township t, for a distance of 23.53'
chains, thence northerly and parallel
to the eastern boundary of the said
south half of the north-east qaurter
of Section 24, Township 8, for a distance of 8.50 chains, more or less, to
the northern boundary of the said
south half of the north-east quarter
of Section 24, Township 8, thence
easterly along tbe northern boundary
of the said south half of the northeast quarter of Section 24, Township
8. for a distance of 23.53 chains, more
or less, to the place of beginning, and
containing twenty acres be the same
more or less .
To satisfy a judgment In favor of
the Plaintiffs (Judgment debtors) for
$230.00 and duly registered In the
Land Registry office. New Westminster on July 23, 1908, and duly reregistered.
There is also a Morteage registered
ln the said Land Registry office
against the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 24. Township
8 .In favor of Samuel McClughan. for
$500.00 and Interest, which mortgage
was on the 23rd July. 1908, duly assigned to Frisidine Williams.
Tbe purchaser upon payment of the
purchase mohev will be given a good
and sufficient deed, ln fee simple. fr��e
from all encumbrance, suhtect only to
the provisions and conditions contained In the original grant from the
Crown.
Terms of sale cash.
Dated at New Westminster this 4th
day of May, A. D. 1911.
T. ,T.  ARMSTRONG
Sheriff County of Westminster.
residence   of   each   member    ot    tbe
flrm must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Boone Keiiln, Agent.' bank, payable to the order of the Hon-
Dated April 19th   1911. I ourable the Minister of Public Works,
  . equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of tho
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND   DIS-  amount of the tender, which will bo
TRICT���District  of  New  Westmin-  forfeited If the  person tendering de-
B.  C.���Take notice that    I,    J.! cline to enter Into a contract when
minster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle.  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:3(
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:50
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
11:30���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday ��nd Sat
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       .....' 15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)   9:45
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 115
of the Revised Statutes of Canada
that the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company, a body corporate having Its
hoad office at the Clty of Montreal In
the Province of Quebec, has filed with
the Minister of Public Works, Dominion of Canada, a plan of a certain wharf proposed to be constructed
by the company on water lots eight
to twelve inclusive and a description
of the site chosen by the company for
the said wharf ln the Fraser River at
New Westminster ln the Province of
British Columbia, and -that the said
company has also filed at the office of
the Registrar for the District of New
Westminster a duplicate of the said
plan and description, and will apply to
the Governor General in Councll for
the approval required under the said
chapter 115.
j. e. Mcmullen.
Solicitor for the said Company.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London.Eng-1 called upon to do so, or fall to corn-
land, Clerk in Holy Orders.lntends to plete the work contracted for. If
apply for permission to purchase the the.tender be not accepted the cheque
following  described  lands: | wilf"be returned.
Commencing at a  post planted on      The  Department doe3  not  bind  it- ,,,..,,.,���  _..,��� ,,,,������
the N. E   end of Alplta lake   ori the  self to accept the lowest or any ten- IB'-lS-Ha*.* F^��������
nee^ets^rchaS'thence JS.,**' By order, \ *������^ ���d Sat" 9_45
40 chains, thence    west    40    chains, R. C. DESROCI1ER3, .,���__-,'���,*..-_" ' \ii*''   '' "m
thence north 40 chains to    point    of Secretary. 11'30-Chllllwack,    Mllnc,    vt.
commencement, containing 160 acres      Department of   Public   Works, Ot-
_nore or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
1 R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
tawa, April 25, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they rhsert it
without authority from this Department. ...i   I      I
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.CE.R. (dally except Sunday)  8:30
NOTICE   TO   CITY   ARCHITECTS.
Competitive plans wanted for a
two room school on Lulu Island. Cost
not to exceed $3000. Plans to be
submitted by the 18th inst. Only the
plans accepted will be paid for.
R. LENNIE,
 Secretary.
"K IT HERE SmCt flN.
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE DAILY NEWS.
attach the first Importance to the ego
to the Japanese, "kokkwa,";or.country
and bome, stands before all things.
The egotistic westerner says, " I came
out here, tilled the. soil and made my
home," whereas the self-abnegating
Japanese says, "The kokkwa protected my ancestors, and will do the same
for me and my posterity." The Japanese cannot think of home independently of the state. To him a home
is a perpetual Institution, not a mere
family abode���the culmination of love
between a man and a woman. Hence
the highest virtue In Japan Is not pure
love, but, as In ancient Greece, duty
to the state. And In the center of
this great home state stands the mikado. Indeed, he Is the state itself.
He can say "L'Etat, e'est moi," not
because he sways his sceptre with an
iron hand, but because his subjects
intuitively recognize him as the supreme being in his realm. Can a liberal form of government achieve a
wholesome growth in such a country?
This question Dr. Uyehara answers
with this metaphor:
If children can be said to be the
slaves of their fathers, who bave
"patria protestas," then the Japanese
people have always been the slaves
of their sovereign; and if political
freedom and liberty are only co-existent with the sovereignty of the people, as the dreamers of the direct
and complete application of abstract
political formulae believe, then the
Japanese people have no political liberty and freedom.
As amatter of fact, however, the
mikado, unlike the reigning ruler of
Germany, does not attempt to grasp
control of affairs of state in his own
hands. Tlie Japanese do not wish to
embroil the mikado in political complications fearing that such a course
might undermine the dignity of the
sovereign. In deference to this national desire the mikado acts in strict
conformity to the advice of the cabinet. And as the cabinet exeicise administrative powers in the name of
the emperor, it ls responsible only to
the crown, and not to the diet or the
people. Herein lies the peculiarity-
weakness, if you please���of the constitutional government in Japan. Th.
constitution provides that the budget
becomes law only upon the approval
of the diet, but if tlie government incur expenditures in excess of the fixed estimates, the diet can do nothing
but approve it. Indeed, the influence
of the cabinet is such that the members of the house of representatives
can scarcely hope to secure their own
legislation, as governmental bills have
precedence over bills originating in
the diet. Moreover, the cabinet an
swers or refuse to answer at their
pleasure any question put to them by
the members of  tlje diet.
Is the diet, then, an Inocuous, useless institution? Not so, asserts Mr.
Uyehara. He finds consolation in the
fact that the meetings of the diet "ply
the government with questions ferreting out faults and blunders in every
nook and corner of the administration."
The mistakes of^tfie government
thus exposed by theitnet must Inevitably shake the public confidence re-
rosed in it. and so ultimately bring
about a change of cabinet. In addition to the right of Interpellation the
you WORK,   .
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WATERWORKS   DEPARTMENT.
Tenders for Supplies.
Tenders are required for 70 tons,
six-inch cast iron water main; six-
inch gate valves; three-Inch gale
valves; hydrants; cast Iron tees,
crosses, plugs fittings; main cocks,
service cocks, galvanized iron pipe,
etc., etc.
Pull particulars, specifications to
be obtained from the City Engineer's
office.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by five o'clock on tho
..nd of May, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Cltv Hall. New Westminster, B. C,
May 9th, 1911. ***,
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THE DAILV NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1911.
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H.I   li-on.
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of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers the
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durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
David Haddon, who died on Friday,
will be burled this afternoon, W. E.
Fales having charge of all arrangements. |
ad ver-
Read  the   B.  C.   Securities
tisement on page four.
Half a dozen D. and D.'s wlll face
the bench this morning Iff the local
court, this being the total nettage of
the week-end. ,
W. F. Klmonds, the Insurance
specialist, has secured tbe public
liability assurance on the city auto
and chemical engine.
For spring plants and cut flowers
phone Davles and Son, fioiiats. Phone
897. "
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will be hell in tho
board of trade room at three o'clock
this afternoon.
The ladles of St. Peter's Roman
Catholic church will hold a progres
slve euchre party in St. Patrick's hail
tomorrow evening, play commencing
at eight o'clock.
David Williams, of Ottawa, is visiting Mr. and Mis. Louis Williams.
Sapperton.
* Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. ������
j Mrs. George Adams will receive for
the last time this season this afternoon.
May  hats
Moore's.
from    $1 . up   at
Mm.
"The Girl from Rector's" will be
the attraction at the opera house on
Wednesday evening.
Ladles
see
our
large
choice
of
hats.
Prices
��� from
��1
up.
Mrs.
Moore.
������
The funeral of Robert S. Picker.,
who died of spinal meningitis at his
residence, Third avenue, took place
on Saturday, Interment being in the
Odd Fellows' cemetery.
The Public
Supply Stores
Pickles
New
McCall
Patterns
*^ DL_Z
r~r i TEC?
New
McCall
Patterns
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
Spring is
Here!
Now is the time
to get your lawn
put in order.
We carry a full
line of
Garden Tools,
Hose, Lawn
Mowers,
etc., at all prices
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
ZAM - BUK
is all right
We have a good supply.
SEE OUR WINDOW
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
No further news has been received
In this ctty with regard
boat Fishmaid, owned by
Mackie & C
adrift off T
ently Reading for the shore
A large selection of hats at prices
to suit. Mrs. Moore, Columbia
street. **
Tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock
the spring assizes open in this city.
The calendar is a heavy one and the
court will in all likelihood be daily
occupied with the disposing of the
cases for the best part of two weeks.
W. Norman Bole, K.C, will, as tn tbe
past, represent the crown.
The following subscriptions have
been received for the May Day fund:
Daily News Publishing Co., Ltd., M.
J. Phillips, H. T. Kirk, W. E. Fales
John Reid, Belyea & Co., Wilbur S
Smith, Fashion Livery stables, George
Cunningham & Son, Premier hotel
Mahony & Kennedy, Isaac Hudson,
Denny & Ross, Wllburg & Wolz, F. J.
Lynch, Hotel Russell. Frank L.
Kerr, Joseph Henley, f_ cach; Merri-
thew _��� Ramsay, $3; H. Morey & Co.,
$2.50;  D. Craig, $1.
Rev. Father Nicolaye, one of th<*
earliest missionaries on Vancouver
island, and now parisli priest at
Ladysmith, officiated yesterday at
early mass in St. Peter's church. He
also spoke during both services, delivering a touching appeal for financial assistance in rebuilding tlie
orphanage, which was destroyed by
fire in Nanaimo last year. A special
collection in aid of this institution
will be taken tip ln St. Peter's church
next Sunday.
CominenciiiK today, the following
schedule will be effective on the G. N.
R. line out of this city: Southbound,
leaves 12:68 and 10:2S a.m.; 1:00,
2:40, 4:US and 12:47 p.m. Northbound,
arrives, (1:50, 10:17 and 10:50 a.m..
2:5'i, 5.55 and 0:25 p.m. Two trains
each way will stop at Crescent.
Although called by the ringing of
the alarm bell, the fire brigade found
that tlieir services were not required
to quench a tire whicli had started at
the Front stieet bowling alleys at .i
late hour on Saturday evening. A
carel.Ss smoker hai thrown down a
lighted cigar which set tiie to the
woodwork. Speedy work on tlie part
uf the management was responsible
lor the deadening of the* flames, although some damage was cause;! by
water.
Saturday morning Immigration
Officer 111 G. Lawrence, after an nl
night watch, stopped fifteen foreigners on the Cauauian side ana lu I
these, with their leader, Frank .Milas,
a Brazilian, escorted to the provincial
jail. Before Captain Pittendrlgh
later in tht* day the hungry looking
bunch of undesirables were ordered
m be deported, while Midas was eent
up lor six months. Ofl leers have had
much difficulty in locating the whereabouts of Midas, who has, it U alleged,
been responsible for the incoming to
Canada of many hundre Ib of Ger-
mans, Greeks and Russians, all of
whom pay tlie sum of ~b up to $20
for a safe deliverance on Britisli soil.
Officers have tracked Midas from
Seattle, but somehow  or other he al-j
A   Beautiful   Display  of
Stylish New Press Fabrics
'    and Silks l��iii
A wealth of smart new fabrics la to be seen in our dress goods section���In fact, at no time has the
showing been more complete. Conspicuous amongst these ia a line of handsome Marquisettes and Cris-
penes ln plain and fancy patterns. All the new shades you will find shown. The come In individual
dress ends at $1.00 and $125 per yard. .  ���>-.- - ',.
We carry a full
and varied line of
SUSSS Pickles at all prices.
am, .��___ oy Butterfleld,I _^ ,   . .
"o, last heard of as being! I  ll   T��      QY-P-��--- ITV      TCI
'rec  Point,  Alaska, appar-1 ^   U  A       O^CUaiLJf       IO
large quart bottles
of
Rowats'
Pickles in Mixed,
Chow, and Onions,
at 25c per
bottle
A good article for
little money.
French Chiffon Broadcloths
Nothing nicer for a dressy tailored suit; beautiful
chiffon finish, guaranteed unspotable. In shades
of champagne, rose, tan, saxe, grey, brown, nftvy
and  black.    Our special, per yard  ���������TB
Coating Serges
Indigo coating serges, flne and heavy frills; special
weight for tailored garments. Our values are extra
special at, price per yard  .... 12.25, $2.50 and $3.00
French Wool Repp
Jt
A very popular/fabric this season. Nothing better
for genuine wear. Our selection includes ahadea of
grey, green, red, mauve, navy and black; width 4*
Inches.     Special value, per yard $1.25
Fancy Weave Voile
Dainty fabrics for afternoon or evening wear. Beautiful new shades In all atrlpe effects; exclusive dress
ends; width 42 to 44 inches. Price, per yard $1.00
and    $1.75
New Summer Silks
Included in our showing of summer silks are all the best makes of Chiffon, Taffetta, Tamoline,
lette, Messaline, Sapho and Peau-de-Sole.
Pall-
��is
French Paillette
A beautiful soft finish silk of
good wearing qualities. Our shades
are all new, and representative
width 20 inches. Special, yard 75c
New Tamoline
Our Mg seller, in a large range of
new and  popular    shadings,    soit
satin finish and nice even weave
width 1!�� inches.    Our special, per
yard 5's
New Black Silks
Values tbe best ln
TAFETTAS
TAMOLINES
PAILLETTES
BENGALINE
GROGRAIN
MESSALINE
SAPHO and
PEAU-DE-30IE
Natural Pongees
Better    values    we    have    never
shown in Pongees.
22 inch special, per yard 40c
32 inch special, per yard  50c
32 Inch      65c, 75c and 85c
I
Coating Pongees
Beautiful
yard ..  ..
heavy     qualities,     per
...$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
Try a bottle.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        914.400,000.00
RESERVE    .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada end
Newfoundland, ana In London, England, New York, Chtcatoand Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaiiing business transacted. Letters of Credit. Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank DspRrtnaent���Deposits
received ln tutus of $1 and upward.
and Interest allowel at > per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over   ��1&S.000,000.0��
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
HOUSES
ON EASY TERMS:
A special list of houses that can be bought
owners are anxious to sell and the prices
able. ���
on   easy terms.      The
asked  are very  reason-
ways managed to elude them.
I
��� ���������������������������������������������!
��� *;
*> "THE  GIRL   FROM   RECTOR'S" +1
��� ���!
��� ���������������������������������������������;
"The Girl from Rectcr's" comes to
thu Westminster opera house for one!
night     only,   Wednesday,     May     17.
Paul M. Potter adapted the much dla-|
eiiBse:!   laice   from   the   French   and
has made the play over, it is claimed,
into an American ofl'erins*.   Thc story
as re-written by Potter tells of    tbo,
wife of  a member  of  the American]
diplomatic   service.     She   comes   to
Rattle ("reck.  Mich.,  for a vacation,;
and  while there makes  up  her  iniml
to go in New  _$irk for a littlo excitement.    The complications which aitso
out of her visit to the metropolis anl
her  presence at   Hector's supply  th.
lot of the play with ginger and spice.
$4500���New 8-room strictly
modern house on Fourth
avenue between Sixth and
Eighth streets. ThiB is ono
of the best-built houses In
the   city.    Terms to arrange.
$3150���Thii 7-room house is almost new, is modern and is
located    on    a    flne    corner
handy to two carlines. $800
cash will secure this and tha
balance Is payahle like rent.
$3000���Another corner property; 5-room cottage, fruit
trees and garden. A comfortable, convenient home; one-
quarter cash and the balance
spread over two years.
$1000���Only for small house,
half block from Sixtli street
carline.   $400 cash.
$2900���Six hundred cash and
tho balance on oasy payments will secure a fi-room
bOUie and two lots on the upper side of Nanaimo street,
between Tenth and Twelfth
Btreets. Many proposed Improvements will shortly Increase values In this locality.
Buy now.
$2500���Why pay rent when
$500 will secure a comfortable home Jimt off Columbia
street. Bright prospects for
rapid Increase in value. Investigate this now, for It
won't wait long; two years to
complete payments.
$2350���Owner needs a little
money and has cut nrlce on
this modern cottage with full
basement; flve minutes to
car; $r>00 cash, balance over
two years. Five lots adjoining -may be secured at $750
each.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN ,
BUSINESS SCHOOL
No man can hope for advancement without training.
The World Wants trained men and women���won't
have any other kind.
Go Into Training!
When the training is in the hands of the
Modern Business School
a lot of time is saved and great results accomplished
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
,   ��� Twin   Screw   Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
��� * .Ilk 1 __R
i.i*__.aL-__aild '"Prince George"
��� " Mt\ ^H 1  _______-____k
Sailing From Johnson's Wharf, at ;-
12 MIDNIGHT
For Stewart          Thursdays
For  Prince   Rupert Mondays and Thursday.
F-r Victoria and  Seattle Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith. Maasett, etc.,
and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway,
etc.
Ticket* and Information for all points east, Including Petrolt, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Niagara
Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great Britain anl
the Continent.
HARR? a 8MITH, City Past, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
F.J.Iiart _ Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVEFt,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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New Arrivals &��SaIome
Water Glass for Preserving Eggs.     Moth Camphor.
Lavender Perfume, 25c. a pound.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
���PHpNE 57
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.

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