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 PORT MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
YOUR LOT AT
WHITE ROCK.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 62.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., WEDN ESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT.
BIG SUM PAID FOR
Pin LAKE BRICK (0.
ENGLISH COMPANY PURCHASES
CONCERN FROM E. J. FADER
AND A880CIATES FOR FIGURE
REPORTED AS $250,000.
The Pitt Lake brick works, started
by a company organized about three
years ago by E. J. Fader, have been
sold to an English company operating
in this province under a British Columbia charter, the deal being negotiated by Mr. Fader, who la now in
London, and confirmed at a meeting
of the local shareholders, acceptance
of the terms offered being cabled to
England  yesterday.
J. E. Allen, representing Mr. Fader,
Interviewed by the News yesterday
afternoon, acknowledged that the
brick works had been sold, but declined to name the ilgure or the buyers. Street gossip places the sale
price at a quarter of a million dollars, $50,000 being ln cash and tbe
remainder in stock.
The Pitt Lake brick works are
capitalized at $100,000, of which $75,-
000 haa been subscribed. The plant
has not been in operation for the past
year, but previous to the closing down
several orders for large supplies of
bricks were filled.
The  shareholders  of    the    selling
company Include E. J. Fader, J.  E.,
Allen, Joseph Relchenbach, T. S. Annandale, Dr. McKechnle (Vancouver)
Mr. Bishop (Vancouver), W. J. White
side, P. O. Bllodeau, E. R. FitzGerald
D. Walker, .lias Fader and others.,
COAST LUMBERMEN
TO LIMIT OUTPUT
MARKET IN WASHINGTON AND
OREGON TO BE STEADIED BY
CURTAILMENT OF SUPPLY-
LESS   LUMBER,   MORE   MONEY
Seattle, May 17.���At a meeting of
Washington and Oregon lumbermen
held here yesterday afternoon lt
waa decided to curtail the lumber
output of those two states by 600,000,-
000 feet a year, until such time as
conditions in the lumber trade are
again normal.
Mills supplying the ral! trade will
suspend work on Saturdays, while
cargo shipping mills will cease operations four days a month.
The curtailment decided upon is
tbe most comprehensive movement
ever attempted on the Pacific coast.
DEAF MUTES SCORES
TARRYTOWN POLICE
8NOHOMISH SALOONS
AGREE ON REGULATIONS
Snohomish, May 16.���Upon request
of City Clerk Thlstlewalte, who sent
out written invitations, all the saloon
keepers in the city met with the police committee of the city council ln
the council chamber, and the observance of the state and municipal laws
referring to saloons was gone over
thoroughly.
Hereafter at midnight on Saturdays,
the doors of tho saloons shall be
locked, and the barkeepers forbidden
to enter the places again before opening time Monday morning under any
circumstance, whatever. Any person
leaving bundles or packages in saloons must leave them there until
Monday morning. Janitor work must
be completed before 8 o'clock Sunday
morning, and the proprietors them-
aelves must not enter their places of
business except to look after their
money.
FREIGHTERS TRAVEL ON
TRAILS  AT  NIGHT  ONLY
New York, May 16.���Inebriate deaf
mutes are Immune from arrest ln Tar-
rytown after the experience the police had with one the otber night. Policeman Schneider made the arrest.
His victim entered no word of protest, and when arraigned at headquarters he was still non-communicative.
He was placed in the lockup to
sleep It off. He slept till midnight,
and then with an Iron rod he pounded the rails of his cell until all the windows in the neighborhood had angry
heads popping out. Then he made the
wildest noises that were ever heard
in any lockup. In the morning the
court was swarmed with citizens who
wanted tbe mute sentenced for life.
The prisoner could not read or write,
and the court discharged him.
COTSWORTH IS COMPELLED TO
SWALLOW HIS COARSE WORDS
- ���   ��� ��������   '   - ���-'
Council Insists Upon Deletion of Objectionable Phrases
and Paragraphs from Motes' Remarkable Audit of
Civic Affairs���Former Mayor Keary and
Other Officials Exonerated.
BRITISH BUDGET
TOTALS $906,170,000
GREAT   REUNION   OF
SOUTHERN  VETERANS
Little Rock, Ark., May 16���Thousands of confederate veterans, with
throngB of sons of veterans, are pouring into town to lay for the twenty-
first annual reunion of Southern soldiers. From today's indications tliere
will be at least 10,000 veterans, hero
with thousands more sons and tbeir
guests.
Circle, May 16.���As the trails are
beginning to go to pieces, the operators are rushing tlieir lust loads of
supplies and machinery to the mines
with all possible haste. All of the
hydraulic* mining outfits, but particularly those which are being installed
this season, have been making continuous demands on the freighters.
These outfits are on Eagle, Rasto-
don,  Mammoth  and  Miller creeks.
The trails are too so.'t to use during
the day, and hence the freighters aro
traveling at night only, when the
frosts have hardened the roads.
FAKE PROMOTER IS
GIVEN STIFF SENTENCE
PRODIGAL  RETURNS ^B
WITH   $200   STAKE
Tearful Appeal    of Jennings,    Clever
Crook and Schemer, Fails to
Move Judge Mclnnes.
Vancouver,    May  17.���Charles    W
Jennings, promoter of the fake Ilud-1
noil Hay Fire Insurance company, was .
found  guilty  of fraud  and  sentenced j
to flve years in tlie B. C. penitentiary
by Judge W. W. B. Mclnnes yesterday
afternoon,   Jennings asked leave   to
appeal to a higher court, after sentence had been passed.   Earlier in the,
day lie had made a tearful plea for,
mercy, but    his   appeal   carried   n_
weight with the judge.
MAYOR  ELLA  WILSO*
WARS ON THE "WETS"
Everett. May 18,���I. mor McMullen,
15-year-old hoy who was believed to
have heen shanghaied or drowned ln
the bay about a year ago, bas returned to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
McMullen, and there is great rejoicing in the little home on tli i corner
of Twentieth street and Highland avenue
The prodigal son. for Elmer was
not kidnaped by a shipping master.
arrived home unannounced, and laid
$200 before his astonished parents,
his savings from twelve months'
labor on a fruit ranch nenr The Dalles, Or. The boy, who had not written his father or mother, says he
merely wanted to see a little of the
world nnd prove for himself that he
could make his own living.
"I've got enough of It," sill Elme*-;
"I Intend Staying home, for home
never looked so good to me before."
Hunnewell,  Kan.,  May  16.���A   test1
of  strength  between   airs.  Ella  Wilson,  mayor,  and  the  councllmen   oi i
thiB town is expected   to develop tomorrow, when a meeting of tlie councl
is  scheduled   to  take    place.      Since
Mrs. Wilson was elected in April the
mayor and the couiuilmeii have not,
rot together.   The controversy here is
largely   based   upon  the  enforcement
of the  prohibitory  laws.    The mayor;
is determined  to enforce these laws.'
She said today that she will   make
tho town  "dry" or resign.    She said
Gov. BtUbSS had promised   to send a
Special  attorney here  to see that all
laws are enforced.
PRIEST   AND   MILLION
COLLECTION   MISSING
II. S. CRUISER BUFFALO
WITHOUT COAL AT CORDOVA
Government Gets Taste of Own Medicine  In North, Necessary Fuel
Being Refused.
Cordova, Alaska, May 16.���Tho
United States cruiser Buffalo, which
arrived here today with tloploted coal
bunkers, made an application to thei
agent of the Copper River railroad,'
but was refuse^rTTio agent statin?
that the cargo steamer Edith had
brought up a rush order because of a
rumor of Impending trouble at tho
initios at Nanaimo. The coal recently
brought in Is necessary to run traiti3
to fill fll the mall contracts.
The cruiser has not enough coal to
steam to the next coal heap, at Sitka,
one thousand miles away,
New York, May 18,���The New York
police are today on the lookout for
some clew to the whereabout of Rev.
Pan! Vlllers, an nged Roman Catholic
priest, who came here from France a
month ago to negotiate the sale of a
number of rare antiques, paintings
and old jewels. He has been reported missing nnd hls friends fear that
he has met with foul play.
The priest, who ls 86 years old, announced on his arrival In New York
that he realized that he would only
live a few years and desired to dispose of the treasures he had spent a
lifetime collecting.
With the money he intended to establish nn orphanage ln New York a.i
a memorial. The priest's collection,
a considerable part of which he carried with him, was valued at nearly
(1,000,000.
Mill Burns.
Halifax, N, S., May 17��� Fire totally
destroyed the Roadps-Curry company's mill nt Llttleforts yesterday
evening. The loss is placed at $-'5,-
000.
Lords Hear Veto Bill.
London, May 17.���The veto bill wa:?
Introduced In the house of lords last
night.   The first reading passed.
Aldermen Lynch, Johnston and Bryson were all in the spot light at the
concluding meeting of the council yeslerday evening when the Moses B.
Cotsworth report came up for final
reading. One of the few good thing,
which the report has don;* has been
to give the varloua al lennen room ta
vent their respective feelings of a
matter which has caused much illfeel-
lng In many camps. As the result
of the meeting last night, at which
all the aldermen were present with
the exception of Wells Gray, many
portions of the now famous report
were ordered stricken out, and those
dealt for the most part with excerpt_
concerning the alleged doings o. ex
Mayor Keary and those who were
closely associated with him during his
term of office.
Immediately the auditor had commenced upon the reading of certain
paragraphs which had been held over
from the previous meeting. Alderman
Johnston said that the action of the
council as a whole and individually
as well, was being keenly watched by
the ratepayers. Not only were the
ratepayers watching, but others wero
on the lookout so that certain actlans
be afterwards taken by those to
whom the report referred in no uncertain terms, and it behove! the
council to move carefully and not be
parties to anything which might get
the councll Into any tangle.
Alderman Bryson was of the opinion that were the facts as stated by
the auditor found to be true in fact,
that they were bound as allermon ot
the city and as honorable men to
prosecute and bring the wrong-doers
to the courts so that they might or
endeavor to clear their names.
The mayor was at one with the
previous speakers In so far as he __���
sired that the council by their actions
that night might be placed outside
the pale of liability. Under the cap
tlon "Illegal Rebates" tlie paragraph
alleging the Illegal forcing of ex-Mayor Keary and 3. B. Jardine upon tho
then city treasurer was otdered stricken as was also the following two
lengthy paragraphs which dealt with
ex-Aid. Jardine and which the auditor had had printed In bold b ack lettering ln order to give prominence to
his statements.
The caption "False Dates on Receipts" was sl:o-,n to be weak ln facts
and this also went by the board. The
word "fraud" was brought in here but
In the discussion it was clear that it
was the general system whicli was at
fault and not the individuals. Tha
words "illegal means" came under the
eaj-le eye of Al.lerman Lynch and after a talk-fest, also taken part in by
Aldermen Johnston and Bryson. the
objectionable words were removed.
In this same paragraph (9, page 4>
the word "trick" was objected to and
was deleted. I
Part of the report which had reference to certain B, C. B. H. employees
and rebates and which was passed
at a previous meeting, unexpectedly
caused ciuite a heated diseussicn during which his worship threatened to
leave the chair and take a hand In
the general discussion. There was
much being done, he contended, which
was absolutely beside the fjoint and
he would not stand for matters coming up for discussion whicli had
been accepted by the council. AHe--,
man Bryson moved and Alderman
Campbell seconded a motion that the
auditor be* given authority to collect
the sum of $93,76 from L. McQuarrie,
which, according to the report, was
dropped out of tlie roll altogether in
lflOS. It was further alleged in this
specific charge that by this dropping
out of the roll the city was defrauded
out of not only that sum, but the in-,
terest accumulated through all those
years, thus falsifying the accounts to
that extent. I
Ex-Alderman Jardine's name again
cropped up when, further on ln the
famous document, It was alleged under the caption "financial agents"
that this ex-city official had acted In
a manner unbecoming or.* who had
occupied such a high position in the
old regime. It was feU by the aldermen that tliere was much of a contentious nature In many of the opinions expressed by the auditor ln his
report nnd a huge cut was ordered to
be made on two pages. At the samej
time it was left to the discretion of
Moses B. to endeavor to collect from
Mr. Jardine the sum of $98 rebate, I
said to be still owing the city by thatj
gentleman. I
Mayer Lee took sides with Alder-'
man Lynch on the matter of that portion of the report having reference to
this pointed statement in Cotsworth's
document "In view of the profits
made by the then mayor (Keary) at
the city's expense, It is my reluctant
duty to name ex-Mayor Keary as the
person mainly responsible for the
administration of those transactions
tlnnd tax sales) In which lie personally took part and most seriously
violated his sacred trust and oath of
office."
Tt hail not been proved to the satisfaction of any one, Alterman Lynch
contended, that Mr. Keary had brokeu
LLOYD GEORGE PROPOSES EXPENDITURE $38,750,000 IN EXCESS OF LA8T YEAR'S���COMMONS MEMBER8 TO GET 92000.
the trust reposed  in  him.    That he
was   prominently . Interested  ln    the
land tax sales was not denied, but lt 1
Was yet to be proved that    he    had I
done anything which was of a wrong-1
fui nature. I
During a heated and three-cornered
discussion In which tbe mayor, Alderman Lynch an.l Cotsworth were hav-'
ing a mlniture representation ot
Donnybrook fair, two aldermen rose'
to a point of order, suggesting that
time was too valuable to permit of
wasting any of it on a subject which
was closed. |
The term "freeze out," which the
auditor had coined for the purpose ot
endeavoring to show how Mr. Keary
bad engineered some deals, was
struck out, as ln the opinion of the
meeting it was an objectionable ono.
Janitor Hoult, whom    the    auditor I
had referred to as a "go-between" was
exonerated from wrongful dealings in'
the land transactions by city officials
and tbe term deleted. I
"Graft," a word worked In by the:
auditor of the report, wns called down
in strong language by Alderman
Johnston. It was ordered to be taken
from the booklet, much to the chagrin
of Cotsworth, who maintained that it
was tjuite in keeping. |
In the course of the report Cotsworth wrote a long rambling state-;
ment regarding suggested steps towards the relief of taxes. In the
mayor's opinion the views expressed
were too ideal to apply to a city such
ae this, and although the paragraphs
were not ordered to be deleted, nj
notice will be taken of them, as tho
chief executive said the city could
not conform to thera, much as the
auditor would like. |
Alderman Campbell asked if ex-
Mayor Keary had ever taken exception to the statements which the auditor had seen fit to have published in
bl. report The answer came from
the mayor and Cotsworth at the same!
moment in the negative. |
"Then why do we worry over this
matter ?" queried Campbell. "It will
be time enough when this ex-offielal
does personally object to his name
and cei lain facts being in this report."
Alderman Johnston said this was
one of the many points the members
of the council had to guard against.
It did not necessarily follow that because Mr. Keary had not taken any
action that he would not yet take
any. He (Mr. Keary) had yet plenty
of time to enter action for statements
wliich were contained ln the report.
There was no use, the alderman said,
"in looking infra, dig." |
The mayor said If Mr. Keary allowed his taxes to go unremitted at the
same time as he was buying up property, then he was remiss, but the
whole thing, ln the speaker's opinion,
was not the fault of the man, but the
system. Alderman Lynch was of the
opinion that the council should set
itself right in this matter. He waa
not backing up Mr. Keary for personal
and private reasons a_ some people
contended. If we want to have trouble in the future over this report, than'
let it go out to the ratepayers in Its I
present form, but if tliey wishei to1
be on the safe side of the fence, then
think well before committing ourselves, was the aide; man's parting
shot.
In the concluding stages of the
evening, the mayor said that he did
not (|uite know that the report had
accomplish. Yet it had in many ways
proved to be the instrument whereby
improvements for ^e better working
of Westminster had been effected and
this being so, it might with a deal of
truth be said that its purpose had
been attained. |
Alderman   Hryson  moved   that,   tho
report be accepted by the council, as'
showing  what  had  transpired lu thej
past few years.
Alderman Johnston said that while
he would like to second the motion,
he could uot do _o unless that motion
was In writing. This was, in his
opinion, too important from every
standpoint to accept in an offhand
manner, and he advised the council
to have this motion In writing and
ready for presentation at the next
meeting. No good object would be
served In hurrying over the acceptance of the report.
It was finally agreed to hold over
the written acceptance* of the report
until next Monday evening.
London, May 17.���This year's budget, submitted by Chancellor of tho
Exchequer Lloyd George, shows an
Increased expenditure of $38,750,000
over that of last year, the total being
$906,170,000. The navy, civil service
and old age pension scheme account
for the greater part of this sum. i
Payment for the members of tbe
house of commons at $2000 a year
will absorb $1,250,000, while the'
coronation festivities will add another
$1,500,000 to the financial strain.        I
In presenting hla budget Lloyd
George said the flscal System has
passed through an exceptional strain
with added lustre. In the three years
of his tenure of office, he had paid off
$130,000,000 of the national debt,
which had been reduced by $350,000,-
000 since the Liberals assumed power.
The estimate.1 revenue for the year
is $908,580,000. Trade prospects are
good.
SMS CHARGE IS
MADE BY HUSBAND
MR8. McWATERS ACCUSED OF BEING A MINIATURE BLACK HAND
80CIETY, WITH DONALD PATRICK JOHN A8 VICTIM.
HIGH DEGREE.
Former Westminster Man Honored at
Berkeley, Cal.
H. E. Kellington, brother of A. E.
Kellington of this city, and who left
several months ago to pursue a further theological course at the Pacific
Unitarian School, for the ministry, at
Berkeley, California, bas just had conferred on him the highest degree of
that body.
At the presentation of the diplomas
on May 12, Mr. Kellington (who is also an M. A. of Toronto university)
took as his thesis "Sin and Suffering
ln the Old Testament, Culminating ln
tbe Book of Job."
Wliile in California Mr. Kellington
(who Is a diligent reader of the
Daily News) has followed closely the
doings of the Royal city, and ln the
course of an Interesting letter, states
that he wants to congratulate Alderman Fred Lynch on his desires to
beautify the town, and much regrets
the defeat of the Parks bylaws.
SUBSTITUTE   FOR   WHISKY.
Unique  Kansas   Concoction  la More
Effective Than "White   Mule."
Topeka, Kan., May 16.���The United
States revenue officials and the inspectors of the Kansas Board of
Health are looking for a man with a
new recipe for a whisky substitute.
The recipe calls for rainwater, fish-
berries, prune juice and ginger. It
does not contain alcohol, but, being
sold In imitation of whisky, comes
under the jurisdiction of both departments.
The fishberries are the active ingredients. They are an active intoxicating poison, and if taken in sufficient quantities will cause "death. Jf
only a moderate amount is taken the
liquor will make a man do more foolish things than any real whisky ever
caused. It does not take as much of
this as real liquor to produce the
same effect.
The man who makes the stuff was
working in Effingham recently, but
left when the authorities tried to find
him.     ������
Verdict of Criminal Negligence.
Vancouver, May 17.���At the in ir.est
yesterday afternoon on the bodies of
Charles Dubrau ani Thomas Costello,
electrocuted hy a live B. C. Telephone
wire on Monday, a verdict of criminal
negligence was returned. The police
will be instructed to act.
Elections In Nova Scotia.
Halifax. N. S., May 15.���Writs were
Issued today for the Nova Scotia provincial elections. Polling day will b.
Wednesday, June 14; nomination day,
June 7.
 I
BOYS  r;AID THE   POUND .  I
TO FREE THEIR DOGS
Y. M. C. A. Campaign in Saskatoon.
Saskatoon, May 16.���The Y. M. C
A. of Saskatoon are planning for a
campaign this week to raise money
for a permanent home for the association in the city. The committees
are being formed and all preliminary I
work done. The local association
now owns the northwest corner of
Spadina Crescent and Twentletu
street, with frontage of 100 feet on
the Crescent and 150 feet on Twentieth street. It is proposed to erect
a building on that site. The building
now in use on Twenty-Second street
between Second and Third avenues
has been sold .and hy the sale enough
Ins be-m netted to pay for the new
site with a cash balance  of $2000     "
Belllngham, May 18,���Unable to
raise the $2 each necessary to get
their dogs out of bondage, a band of
small boys organized themselves Into
an army of insurgents, charged the
dog pound at the fair grounds, tore
down the flimsy structure In which
stray canines are incarcerated, andj
recovered their pets. I
The dog catcher   arrived   on   the
scene Just ns the boys and dogs were
racing across the field in the center
of the racetrack, and though he gave,
chase, was unable to capture   either ���
the boys or the pups.
Ten dcSJfc In all regained their liberty.   Upon a pervious occasion some |
boys   pried   open   the   door   of   the
pound and let loose  a pen of seven]
dogs.
Mr. Justice Clement presided at tho
spring assizes which opened in this
i city yesterday. The c.ourt room presented a lively appearance, counsel
from the city and Vancouver intermingling with witnesses and gathering data which Would be used during
the hearings of tbe many cases on
the heavy calendar.
When tbe grand Jury filed into
I court Justice Clement remarked during his customary charge, that the
usefulness of the Jury visiting the
lockup, Jail, penitentiary and asylum
had long survived its objects, au*l
hinted tbat recommendations presented from tbe local members of tbe
legislative house at Victoria would be
bound to carry more weight In the
way of Improvements than any suggestions coming from the member*
of a Jury.
After considerable time spent Le
their deliberations, the grand jury-
brought in true bills ln the case, Rex.
vs. McWaters, Rex vs. Millen, Rex v_.
Murphy and Hex vs. Lawrence.
Threatening Letters.
The case of Rex vs. McWaters wa*
taken first and occupied the court
during the entire flrst day. When
the court adjourned at five o'clock
the defendant was on the witneae
stand.
This was the case which had taken
up a deal of time in the lower courts
and was one in which Sophia McWaters was being prosecuted for sending threatening letters to her husband, Donald Patrick John McWaters.
Addressing the jury, counsel fo.
the crown, A. M. Whiteside. Vancouver, said tbat this charge was a seri-
ous one, and would recall to them
the many doings of the gangs known
as the Black Hand society, who had
proved to be such a menace to tho
public. In his opinion the evidence
which he would adduce would prove,
tbat there was method in tins-
woman's cane and that she bad en-
deavored to make the life of her husband unbearable.
Mra. McWaters pleaded not guilty
and the case proceeded.
Unhappy Married Life.
The husband was first called ami
told at some length kow he had first
met his wife fn the States and how-
he had paid her fare out to this city,
where he had married her four yeara
ago. He was a member of the Churcn
of England while she belonged to the;
Roman Catholic faith. There had
been three children of the union, but
he plainly stated tbat he knew that
the babes had been intentionally done
away with at birth. He hai spoken
to Father'O'Boyle on this matter and
this clergyman had promised to us.
his best offices in an endeavor to pu.
a stop to a recurrence of this. Ile
did not know if any steps had been
taken. His married life had net been
a very happy one. Ills wife had become acquainted with a woman whom
he said was not fit company for ;i
respectable married woman to associate with and this, more than anything else, had helped to break u_��
his home.
He recounted how in March he hid
received a letter which contained
threats to the effet that if he did not
donate $400 his life would be imperilled. Tbe letter bore certain
marks which he could not understand,
but in his opinion the cross-bones and
other marks made it plain what th,.
writer of these missives meant. H_
positively identified the writing ln
those letters as being the same aa
the writing on seventeen pieces of
paper which hls wife used last sum
mer to seal Jam pots. There were*
many features about the writings.-
wbicli left no doubt on his min I that
the same person had written the letters. Last year his wife had expressed a desire to return to her homo
in Detroit, Mich., and he ha.l given
her the money to go there. S:*m<j
time afterwards he wished her to re
turn and again he had sent her tho.
money necessary to make the Journey..
He denied having ever strut*, hls.
wife or having bruised her legs    or
(Continued on page four)
GENERAL ARMISTICE
EXPECTED II. MEXIC.
REWARD   IS   OFFERED
FOR A STATE SONG
Peace     Negotiations    Will     Probably
Bear Fruit Before Day la Over���
All Are Sanguine.
Jefferson City, Mo., May 16.���The
state song commission, which met at
Columbia last Friday, se'ected words
for the state song, but did not find
suitable music for the song, according to Gov. Hadley today, who has received the commission's report. Th.
government expects to announce an
award of $500 for the words agreed
upon nnd offer another $500 for
music- to flt the song.
There were 1013 songs submitted.
Juarez. Mexico, May 16.���Peace Between the warring parties seems a.-
most assured tonight. Judge Carbaja'.
federal peace envoy, made an announcement at eight o'clock that; two
ring unforseen circumstances, a general armistice would be declared
within twenty-four hours.
Provisional  President  Madero    ha*
declared that mutually acceptable propositions have    nt    last been rej.ftwJ
' and peace is assured. '      FAGETWO        T^SM
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   17,  1911.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
WANTED���1 HAVE A CLEAR DEED
to ten acres of land ln a thorough
state of cultivation, which 1 wi.sn
to trade for house and lot ln the
city of New Westminster. Value of
laud |S>00. State full particulars
ln letter. House must be good value,
It does not matter at what price a.
long as the value ls there. Willi
assume mort. age if necessary. Reply to Box M Daily News office.       j
WANTED-BY YOUNG   MAN 'Position   as   bookkeeper   and   stenogra-;
pher.    Address G. Ii. H., care Dally!
News office.  I
WANTKD���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.!
Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���POSITION    AS    HOUSE-j
keeper by  elderly    lady.    Address
Mrs.  K. Simpson, Edmonds P. O.
Double Daily
Through Trains
Atlantic Express leaves at 8:30 a. m
Imperlal Limited at 3:55 p. m., connecting for all Canadian and American points.    Special excursion tickets
on sale ln May and June.   For dates
and rates apply to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
WANTED���AT ONCE MAN TO RUN
machine  rock drilL    Apply  Gll'.ey
Urol hers.
WANTED���A. GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� HY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melin,
101(1 Third avenue.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. 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.
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
: B.C.
FOR 8ALE.
FOR SALE���LOT ON RIVER DRIVE,
aplendld location, between Eburne
car and new cut-off. Terms: One-
quarter cash, balance 8, 1:2 and Is
months.    P. O. Hox 493.
FOR SALE���LOTS, $R0 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first divisional
imint west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $ti a month, no
Interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 70G Columbia
street.
FOR SALE���AT VIDAL'S WARE
houses: 1 seven-foot high desk, 5
tables, 2 stools (all new), and
counters and shelving, 1 case
stuffed birds (very handsome), 1
second-hand  heater.
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, S cents
carfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Lelbly & Blumer Realty
Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg",
Vancouver. Telephone 8365. Open
till 9 p. m.
A QUICK SALE���SMALL COTTAGE
Just finished, close in; small cash
payment down; terms easy. Apply
owner, W. Hatt-Cook, 527 Front
street.
TO RENT.
*
TO RENT ���TWO FURNISHED
house-keeping suits at $15 and $25
per mouth. Child; en accepted. No
dogs   wanted.    224   Seventh  street.
TO RENT���DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM
suitable for two young men; use of
bath. Appiy to R. W., P, O. Hox 29.
city,
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone ln house. Apply 37 Agnes
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WARD OF TRADE���NEW VvhSS'l
minster Board of Trade meets in t-��
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
quarterly meeting on the tntrc
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at . p.m. Annua*
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may b*
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
nre held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cerdlally invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. VV. MacDoaald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, Jparrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710
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 &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streeta; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON HOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, C10 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
LOST.
LOST���SMALL SQUARE LOCKET
containing two photos; initials F. S.
A. Finder will be rewarded by re
turning to 1 . S. Allen, Windsor
hole!.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     2?
Curtis Block.   P. O. Rox 694.
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 8lxth.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   &  AYLING.  FISH,  FRU1
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room,
Trapp block.
.TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Pbone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
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UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Weet every Monday in Labor hall,!
��, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent of-;
Hee. HI air's Cigar store. Office phone j
1_ 508, Residence phone 501.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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lent true. Olflort aconrr for ��nc_rtii|M>atent*.
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MR. LAWLER j HUMAN LIVERS
HE TOOK GIN PILLS
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Rheumatism can't be cured, ask them if
they have ever tried GIN PILLS. Or
ask them to write na for proof that GIN
1'II.LS have cured hundreds and
hundreds of cases of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain in the Back and
other troubles caused by weak Kidneys
ur Bladder.
Rheumatism can be cured���is being
���cured every day���by GIN1 PILLS. Here
is the best kind of proof.
Ogdkn, N.S.
"I have been troubled with Rheumatism so bad that I could not work.
A doctor tended me and told me to go
to the hospital but all to no good until
a friend told me to try GIN PILLS. I
did so and after taking a few boxes, I
am perfectly well."     D. J. Lawlbk.
Take GIN PILLS on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money refunded. 50c a box���6 for
$2.50. Order from us if your dealer
��*annot supply them. Sample box free
if you write us. National Drag and
Chemical Co., Dept. B.C. Toronto. 50
The original
Oin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only In this box.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
_��;���
:u-
35-
36-
42-
43-
46-
40-
Asylum.
Royal City Mills.
Carnarvon and Tenth.
Opera  House,  Lorne  street.
Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
St.  Mary's Hospital.
Second  and  Park  Row,
Columbia and Dufferln.
Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
Queen's avenue and Third.
Queen's avenue and Sixth.
Third avenue and Second.
Fifth avenue and Fourth.
Fifth avenue and Kighth.
Third avenue and  Tenth.
Agnes and Sixth.
Schaake Machine Works.
Columbia and McKenzie.
C. P. R. Station.
Small and Bucklin Mills.
B. C. K. R. Railway Car Shops.
Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
Sixth avenue and Tenth.
Miss O'Callaghan
Graduate Nurse
'Phone 913. Room 613 Blackie Bk.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior. s
'Phone R672
THE
BankofToronto
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 banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
IT PAYS TU ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���8/V.3N  AIIVQ 3HA
SENTENCED TO PENAL SERVITUDE .FOR COMPOUNDING
QUEER MEDICINES���PRINCIrAL!
IN CASE COMMITS SUICIDE.
Tokyo, May 16.���At Fusan local
Judgment was pronounced recently in
the notorious human liver-taking case. I
Koken Inouye, priest ln charge of tho
Hongan temple at Fusan, was sentenced to penal servitude for two
years, and Kensho Fuji, a junior
prjest ln the same temple, to penal1
servitude for six months.
Prisoner a Benefactor.
One of the features of the case Is
that throughout the public trial both
priests persistently dented the guilt oi'
being Implicated ln the taking of livers from the dead. All the counsel ol
the defendants ulso pleaded not guilty
for Inouye, and appealed to the court
by pointing out the many excellent
things they argued Inouye had
achieved for the public good during
hls residence in Fusan for the past
ten years. He established a kindergarten and a pauper asylum, and
preached sermons every week before
prisoners. Analysis also seems to
have failed to show clearly that human liver was used ln making a certain medicine which was alleged to
contain It.
Principal Commits Suicide.
To make the caBe mysterious the
principal ln the crime committed suicide by hanging himself while ln
prison. He was charged with having
taken seventeen livers out of corpses!
entrusted to him for burning, and this;
at the Instigation of the two priests
mentioned. j
The public prosecutor in his argu-j
ment. before the court, declared that
the man had ronfossetl the fact   him- ���
self, and referred   to   a   rumor   that
Inouye was trading in livers. I
Gard
en
Tool
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 5 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.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacture!,  and   Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones N-. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
GOOD CLEAN MILK
BABY'S BEST DIET
Philadelphia, May lfi.���One of the
most- comprehensive milk exhibits
ever held In this country will be
opened here next Saturday.
The committee in charge has data
showing that  not  less than one-third i
of the "250,000 babies under one year
old who die each year in the United
States are  victims   of infected milk j
and  Ignorant  feeding.      The  exhibit
will  seek to demonstrate  that clean j
| milk is one of the best and cheapest
' of all foods:   that dirty milk at any
price costs too much, and that every
dairyman, milk dealer, health officer,
housewife and taxpayer   has definite
responsibility    for    protecting    milk
from contamination.
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 Weatmlnster, B. C. Phones  L117,  R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone C23.
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice Imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
BY REX BEACH
Under  the auspices of the
Alert Baseball Club
Prices $1.50, $l.CO, 75c.
4' WEDNESDAY,  MAY  17,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
WHITE ROCK
Latest and Best
SEASIDE   SUBDIVISION
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possessing all the advantages and none
of the drawbackscommonly encountered
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EXPtRiENCED MAN BACK
No need to toil along a dusty road.
No need to climb up and down a hill.
This beautiful bit of alderbottom, and with gentle rise
in the rear, is only two hundred yards from the railway station at which all trains over the G. N. R. stop.
The natural beauty has been preserved; only the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
All lots one-fifth acre, with frontages on 66-f t. roads.
About a third of the lots occupy a rich flat; the remainder a gentle slope, from which a splended view
is had of Semiahmoo Bay.
There is an abundance of beautiful spring water on
the property; a great desideratum for campers, ij H&g
The beach is unexcelled for bathing.
Prices Moderate.      Terms to Arrange
^fhat is a few hundred dollars if you get what you want
and here is the very chance you have heen
waiting for.
APPLY TO
E. A. GREAME or J. H. VIDAL
Phone 653
Phone 369
OR
LIVERPOOL ROBINSON CRU80E
COULD NOT BEARTHE NOISE,
SO RETURNED TO HIS HAWAIIAN HOME.
London, May IB���WeaYy of civilized life, a Liverpool Robinson Cru-
so, who after along exile from his native country, came home a year ago to
pay a visit to a slater whom he had
not seen for thirty-three years, Is returning to thc quiet of tbe Hawaiian
Islands, where, a mere boy and following a series of adventures which
ensued after deserting a ship at the
dead of night, he landed to be quite
sure that he would not be retaken. He
was not pursued Into tbe fastnesses
of the Honolulu Island groups. He
was kindly treated by so-called savages, adopted their life, their dress,
their customs, und altogether became
a Hawaiian native out and out. He
forgot the Kngiish tongue. So'thoroughly did he go in for the simply
life of the peasant Hawaiian, bia
reedy home and grassy clothes and
all Indigenous ways, that when he
reached Montreal on a pilgrimage to
see once more a sister he dearly
loved, he could not speak a worl of
his once native language. He conversed 'iy signs and dumb-show,
screeching and Jerking out sentences
of the untutored Hawaiian In such
strange fashion that officla's thought
he was mad. People became Interested ln the "savage." and he was
helped along towards Kngland.
On  reaching  this   country   be was
seen   by a   press   representative,   to
whom he gave a narrative of a life of
Innocence and eaBe, to which no one
ls accuBtomed here.    Oqg   thing   annoyed him terribly on reaching Liverpool���"noise."    And when this fact
was recalled to him on the eve of bis
departure, he replied:      ".es, it annoys mo still.     I cannot   bear   this
noise.   I can never get accustomed to
it.   I am going back to peace, to calmness, to nature.    1 don't   know," be'
went on "how you people an stand it; I
it gives me a slitting headache. It is
roar and tumult all   day   long���from
early    morn    to    night���trains    and
trams,   motor    cars    and    bicycles; .
there is no peace, no   rest, nothing
worth living for here.     The wind is
cold; it rains; snows at times.   Yourj
streets   are   damp,   your   faces   get
grimy; everything is grey, dim, dark,1
black,    .ou have no sun, or it  heats,
not.   You work like slaves the whole'
day.    Vou scarcely pause to   eat, to!
chat, to think, and you have no notion j
of being still.   "Oh," he said, "I long1
to be 'jack in the depths of a forest,.!
under the  shadow   of a great   tree,!
with the wind softly blowing across I
my temples, and everything    around
delicious to the eye and ear." I
And he took his ticket for Hono-
lulu from his Inside pocket, and looked at it with something akin to the affection anl delight of a Perl, who ha J
found an "open sesame" to the garden
where immortality and peace forever
reign.
Henry Hrower, for that is his name,
was not  happy   in this   country, beyond the domestic and relational happiness he enjoyed in the company of,
his sister, who lives off Shell road.
He is a painter, a trade which he almost   accidentally picked   up   during!
bis boyhood In a very clever way. Hei
got the rudiments of it embed led Inl
liis  mind, ancl during his long spells
of leisure in Hawaii he developed con-1
slderable   talent;   but  the   profession
was found to be full in Liverpool, and I
few  opportunities  were available   for,
success.    Outdoor work, too, was climatically   uncongenial,   and    entailed
considerable drawbacks.
"Back  to  poy,  the   native   bread;
back to the joyous chants of ol 1; back-
to the mossy banks, the fruit trees,1
the abundance of Hawaii, its warmth,!
its   sunshine, Its   clearness, and   Its;
safety.   I have had enough of civiliz-'
ation," said Hrower, "and I am glad
to think that I shall never   taste   it
again.      Hawaii Is my   home, and   I
know that I  will   bo   received   with'
gladness   by  many,  among   whom   I
have spent the happiest years of my.
life.    It takes so little to keep-one ini
the simple life of the islands���away
from   the   populous   centers���and   I
can always do enough witli my brush
to fill  my humble   travelling   wallet,
and   a  bounteous   nature   does   tha
rest."
ISO per cent. Profit in Thirty Days
Every  Element of Chance Eliminated.
Endorsed by Prominent Business Men.
rf you buy In the British Pacific Coal Company today while th..
shares are selling at 35 cents, you are absolutely sure of a profit of
15 cents per share through the advance ln price after closing on
the 35 cent issue in about thirty days time���your cash inveatment
now is 10 cents per share, or J10.00 cash per 100 shares, your protlt
15 cents per share or $15.00 per 100 shares.. .
This means that. In thirty days time the second Issue of stock
offered by Trustee T. R. Morrow, ln the British Pacific Coal Company, Ltd., at 35 cents per share, will be absorbed by the investing
public, anij tbe third Issue placed on the market at 60 cents per
share.
The man who buys 1000 shares today, paying down $100 in cash
and the balance in three eiual monthly instalments, actually make.
$150 profit Inside of thirty days. This is 150 per cent, on tbe investment for one month. '
The fourth issue will be offered to the public in about two montlu
time at 75 cents or $1.00 per share.
Men who may correctly be called Captains of Industry, are buying shares today in the British Pacific Coal Company at 35 centa per
share, ln blocks twice as large as tbey Intend to hold permanently.
Their IntenUon is to sell half their holdings when the price is 5)
or t;o centa per share ln about one month's time. This gives mem
half of their original Investment practically free of cost���shares will
naturally be more active when the price ls CO cent8.
��� ABOUT  THE   PROPERTY
Four eminent engineers have reported on the 8320 acrea of rich
coal land controlled by the Biitish Pacific Coal Company, which is
situated on Skidegate Inlet, Graham Island, 80 miles distant from
Prince  Rupert.
The most conservative of all reports ls that of Alexander Faulds,
M. B.i M. Inst. M. E., In which he most forcibly sets out the fact
that one seam of coal alone (and there are six on the property)
embraces 36,000,000 tons of blt.mlnous coal of the finest quality.
This proposition has withstood tbe closest Investigation, with tho
result that tlieie are hunJteds of people ln British Columbia who
own this stock. .
Don't delay. Call and Investigate. No proposition In British Columbia today which offers such certainty of quick -and handsome,
profits.
MOW TO APPLY FOR SHARES
The Issue of shares to be sold at 35 cents is very limited. In a
few days time the whole of the issue will be absorbed. Therefore
those who are desirous of buying into this proposition at the groun 1
floor price of 35 cents per share, should lose no time in forwarding
their applications.
Ten dollars secures a block of 100 shares, balance ln three
monthly payments.   No block less than 100 shares.
Full Information supplied at the ollice of T. R. Morrow, Trustee.
Call and Inspect maps and plans. See tbe samples or coal direct
from the property and read for yourself the engineer's report.
Remember the New Westminster Office of T. R.
Morrow, Trustee, is located at 421 Columbia street,
New Westminster, B.C.   Office open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
(Travers' Real Estate Office.)
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 8ERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m. .
FREIGHT EXPRES8  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11 :_0 a.m., and 3:20 p.m. *
LULU  ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction tor Steveston.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New "Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and every
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 and 6:05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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Beef Steaks Pork Chops
Mutton Chops     Spring Lamb
Veal Cutlets Poultry
GO TO
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'Phone 101.
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Phone 106
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It is doubtful if a play has been
seen ln thla city in many yearB that I
has attracted such wide attention aal
that accorded "The Girl From Hector's." Tho piece had Ub initial of--
fering in New Jersey and was brought'
to Weber's Music hall simply for a'
metropolitan try-out. but its success j
was so great, it continued an unlnter-l
rupted run of three hundred nights!
and played to the biggest business ln
the history of the house. Critics de-1
clare It is one of the few productions;
of Its kind ever made that carries |
with it a high-class plot and still contains a laugh ln every line of the
dialogue. Paul M. Potter, the author
of the work, who was also responsible for "Trilby" and many other celebrated stage successes, received more
royalties from "The Girl" last season
than was paid any other writer for
a single work in such a short space
of time.
The story of "The Girl"' is that of
a young society woman of Uattle
Creek, {Michigan, who is interested iu
every charity there. For recreation,
however, she comes to New York, and
through occasional visits to Rectors'
earns the title. When she returns
suddenly to her home she finds many
of her metropolitan friends there, and
entanglements ensue which are not
explained until just before the fall of
the curtain on the last act. "The
Girl" will be seen at Westminster
Opera bouse tonight.
All the May Day Needs
Can be Well Supplied
AT
%c WHITE HOUSE
A. J. Birtch,
���17 Columbia Street
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systeniattcally, for lt is tbe stuff that the foundations of wealth and Happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what ta
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be invested until it is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Colombia, corner Eighth street,
A. U DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager, -J
FOUR.
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/THE DAILY NEWS.'
WEDNESDAY,   MAY  17,   1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
ner    of    McKenzie    and    Vietori..
Streets.
Managing
Director
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WEDNESDAY
MAY
17,
191V
|1 MATSQUI   RANCH   TOR SALE
We have exclusive sale of 40 acres In Sec. 13, Tp. 17, Matsqui. This
property ia al! slashed and twenty-three acres under cultivation.
<s acres in hay and 15 acres tn grain), small house and barn.
Purchaser may have Immediate possession. Price only $175 per
acre.
FOR TERMS, ETC.   Set
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Guichon Block.
'AT IT HERE SHICE moV
-_?4SCR
LTD"
AN  ECHO  OF THF.  BOND  ISSUE.
On May I we drew attention to the
fact Ihat Mayor Lee, without ln any
���way COM-Itlng the llnance committee, so'd the city dehenture Issue to
Messrs. Stimson A Co , of Toi onto, for |
fl3.7.V and that tbla was done when
olhw broken would have offered a
higher price. Messrs. Wood, Oundv
_ Co., who secure 1 the dehenture 13
sue of Burnaby for 98.T8, were quite
Willing lo nive us the same terms.
After twelve days silence. Mayor
I_t>c, evidently inspires the tollowing
write-up in t'ie Columbian, a paper,
���which 00 account of the lmmeiis.*
cine ad vert i. In*, the mayor is placing
their way. evidently feel It their duty
to publish
"Th.;! the city of New Westminster
is occupying a most satisfactory position in the eyes of the financial world
was evidenced last week hy a caller
on Mayor Lee. a representative of a
well known financial concern. . . .
lie expressed the opinion tbat the recent  sale of city  bonds  was a good
one."
We would like to know, in the face
of the larger offers made by other
financial firms than Stimson & Co.,
who tiiis financial representative was.
The Interview would have looked
belter coming straight to the press,
and not secondhand through the
mayor some days after that magnate's
visit   here.
We are always suspicious of thes .
patl on the '-jack by people unquoted-,
they have the same smack that an
anonymous letter has, viz., written by
a person Interested and for personal
gain.
In  the  face of
Sixty Year* the Standard
DrPRICE'S
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
A straight, honest, Cream ot Tartar
Baking Powder. Made from Grapes.
Makes better, more healthful food.
Sold without deception.
NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE
"Alam In food mast therefore act as a poison."
���Prof. Johnson, Yak University.
Read the label.
Buy no baking powder unless
the label shows It to be made
from Cream of Tartar.
000 vote for Moose Jaw, no doubt tho
"organ" woull then have charged the
government with attempting to bribe
the people there. It flntis fault and
makes unfounded charges for partlzau
purposes if money is voted, and does
exactly the same if money is not
voted. With this Moose Jaw paper
the . standing Instruction to its editorial writer ls "Condemn al! Liberal
governments no matter what they do
the publicity *glven! or do not- do."���Times, Moose Jaw.
BOY SEIZES VICIOUS DOG.
to the low price   obtained    for   our
bonds, and the manner of the issue,'
it would have been better for Mayor
Ixe to have received all the  enconi-,
mns from    "representatives    of    well j
known Canadian  financial    concerns"
in silence, than to have rushed to tho
press witli adulatory write-ups a few
days after.
It smacks too much of self praise,
whicli is no recommendation, and
moreover, is hard to hellev", and in
fact very few people do.
Serious Charge Is
A'���'*������   Made by Husband
(Continued from Page One )
.FIND FAULT IN ANY EVENT.
The Laurier government havin.4
placed the sum of two million dollar,
in the estimates to provide for tho
-commencement of grading and steel
laying on the Hudson Hay railway,
the Conservative press is joining in a
chorus declaring that it has been dont;
to brihe tli-* electorate to support
Liberal can .idates at the next general
���election, which election these same
papers predict is in Bight. Last year
the government was condemned for
not having made provision for the
construction of tlie railway, although
surveys had not. been completed nor
lull information as to the most feasi
tile and best route obtained.
body, allegations made by the defend
Ing counsel.
H. J. Sprott and J. S. Sperry
I writing experts, testified tj bavlng
examined the various exhibits in the
case and to these bearing a striking
resemblance to each other. The last
named showed wherein the similarity
lay and despite the fact that he went
through a severe cross examination,
he Btuck to liis first statements.
Mrs. McWaters elected to ghe evidence on her own behalf anl took
her place on the witness stand. She
had barely begun her evi lence when
the court adjourned until this morn-
, ing at half past ten o'clock.
J. I). Kennedy is counsel for Mrs.
McWaters, having as his associate, J.
P.  Hamilton  Bole.
Following is the list of grand
jurors: . ,
It. It. Chapman, New Westminster,
foreman; John Chappell. New West
minster: G. A. Docksteader, Haney;
P. Clark.  Ladner;    D,    II.    Carleton,
'Chilliwack; J. A. Catliei wood, Mission;  T. I*'. Caskey, Chilliwack;   E. .1.
! Boughen,    New   Westminster;    C    I!.
! Bryson, New Westminster; J. R. Dun-
Holds On, Though Bitten, Until Worn,
en and Children Are Safe.
New York, May 16.���Women and
children out for an airing fled in
panic when a brlndle bulldog ran
among them, snapping and snarling,
at Eastern Parkway and Stone avenue, East New York. To save others
from injury, Herman Turk, 10 years
old, of BilO Eastern Parkway, threw
himself upon the dog, grasping its
collar, and attempting to drag It Into
a yard.
"Wi hold him in here. I ain't
afraid of him," he yelled. "Everybody
run quick."
The dog turned upon the boy and
bit him in ttie right arm twice, but
the youngster held on until everybody else was safe. Then he leaped
upon a fence and escaped. Policeman Thomas Gorman, of the Brownsville station, killed the dog. The boy
was treated by an ambulance surgeon,
i who advised the Pasteur treatment.
hand-   The hoy's wounds were superflela'..
70U WORK,
MflKEyOUR MONEY
WORK TOO.
bi pcrojmriG voir 5_Virie5
WITH US THE. WIUVBIIWI
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ABLE ON DEMflriP
,<IS QUICKLY* 3 THE WIL.
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OUR BU5II.ESS IS
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY   NEWS
; can,    Xew   Westminster;     S.  Collier,
We read in the Tory paper at Moose'New Westminster;     A.  Brown,    Sun
Jaw that "Money talks  for a govern-   bury.
mont at election times,    lt talks loud'
The list of petit Jurors ls as follows
, W. C. Chapman, Chilliwack; W, A
--and long and in some quarters is very   i!mvoll|  New  Westminster
persuasive.   Tbe Laurier government  Brooks,    N'ew
usually orders its large expenditures
in be made at a time when the electorate requires the influence of per*
suasion and one may bo sure tbal It
still adheres to this practice." In
Otber words, this hide bound parti/an
hheet refuses to give the government
credit at any time for acting in tlie
interests of tbe country and tlie people, it can conceive <>r a Liberal gov-
���ernment having no loftier motive; than
to bribe our people, and its opinion
���of tbe Canadian people is that tliey
.stand  ready to be bribed.
In fact, In the same issue in whicn
the above is printed tliere appears in
an adjoining column a wall that the
supplementary  estimates  do  not provide   for  some  expenditure  of  public
money   in   Moose  Jaw.    Surely If    a
general election is shortly to be   held
some money should be spent in Moosol
.Jaw,  believes  the  Tor.,   organ  there.'
Does  the  Moose Jaw  paper  recognize its own inconsistency and hypo
...'.risy?    In oue  column  charging the
government   with   expending   public
money on the Hudson    Bay    railway'
.solely  with  the object of influencing
an election, and    In    the   adjoining
column  condemning tbe    government.
for nol sp����_-_g money on the eve of
lh.it Fame election in Moose Jaw city?
Had 'he estimates contained a $100,
K. W.
Brooks, N'ew Westminster; Henry
Carter, Canoe I'ass; John J. Burton,
New Westminster, who claimed and
was granted exemption ns being member of active militia; f. J, Burns, New
W< stminster; B. II. Boyd, New Westminster, w. j. Casse-man, cliilliwack;
J, V. Carvolth, Langley Prairie; W.
Bra.ch. New Westminster; A. P, Currle, Cloverdale; A, Chalk, New Westminster; W. N. Crowley, Port Moody;
It. F. fl. Butt, Coquitlam; A. D. Campbell, New Westminster; A. J. Hrown,
New Westminster; J, W. II Cartmell,
Chilliwack; C. Crawford, Port Moody;
���I. T. Burnett, New Westminster; J. A.
Ladner; J. Cutts, Aldergrove; .1. 10.
Breadnnr, New Westminster; A. H.
Copeland. Chilliwack; W. Bowden,
New Westminster; G. A. Campbell,
New Westminster; J. Critchloy, Halls
Prairie; J. Common, New Westminster; A. IJ. Chisbolm, Chilliwack; I.
Cole, New Westminster; II. S. Cock-
man. Chilliwack; CI. Hurr, New Westminster; J. Bone, New Westminster:
H.  Burden,  New  Westminster.
Following is the docket:
Criminal���Uex vs. Mark, murder;
Rax vs. Florence, cutting ant maiming; Hex vs. Nosevitch, shooting with
intent; Rex vs. McWaters, threatening letters: Hex vs. Murphy, impurity,
Hex vs. Millen, extortion.
Civil List���Carty vs. B. C. Klectric;
Corporation of New Westminster vs
Coughlan; Elliott vs. Jorner; Vidal
vs. Corporation of New Westminste*
and Adams and Hassam Paving company; Archibald vs. Archibald; McCormack Vs, Trlggs; Mercer tt al vs
McQuarrie et al; Langan vs. Newberry.
For^ale
DOUBLE CORNER ON SECOND STREET AND SIXTH
AVENUE; 142 FeetSquare;
PRICE $3200 ON TERMS.
Exclusively by
Kellington  &   Hendry
Phone 680.
Northern Crown Block.
7-Room brand new house on 11th
street; cement block foundation,
bath, etc., lot 50 x 100 ft., lane at
rear. Price $4000; $1600 cash;
balance to arrange.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
Real  Estate, Insurance, Conveyancing
646 Columbia St., Phone 832.
&  Notary  Public.
New Westminster, B. C.
I write Automobile Insurance; protect your machine against Fire,
Public Liability and Collision.
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia Street. Over  Bank  of  Toronto.
Phone  927.
FOR SALE
Two particularly choice lots on
Fourth Btreet, between Fourth and
Fifth avenues at $1100 and $13 00 , respectively. Reasonable terms.
Also some of the finest residences in the city.
English   &   Brown
Real   Estate   and   Insurance   Agents.
|       520 Columbia Street, Thompson Block.
Phone  908.
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   HOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
Wednesday,'   Mciy     17
ine Girl
rom
Rector s
By Paul M. Potter
One year in New York
Six months in Chicago
Prices,   $1.50, $1.00, 75c.   I
VISIT! SEE! BUY!
Visit this Reliable Real Estate Office before you invest elsewhere.
You will not find over-valuation, but a square deal and honest treatment. No buncombe. I offer special inducements. Here are some
of the Bargains I offer you:
IN THE WEST END.
ON FIFTH  AVENUE���A Bix r.omed modern house;  on easv  terms.
Price $2650.
ON  EIGHTH  STREET���Five roomed furnished cottage. Price $1650;
$400 cash, balance can be arranged.
ON ELEVENTH 8TREET���Five roomed cottage.    Price only $2400;
$600 cash, balance arranged.
IN CENTRE���SIXTH AVENUE.     _V"
FIVE ROOM MODERN COTTAGE���Full lot, near    car   line.    Price
$2600;   $600  cash,  balance arranged.
EIGHT ROOM  MODERN  HOUSE���New; close to car line; for quick
sale.    Price $3500;  $600 cish, balance every three months.
ON  FOURTH  AVENUE.
EIGHT  ROOM  MODERN  HOUSE���with  cement basement and fu**-
nace.     Price  $4750;   $1000 cash, balance arranged.
SEVEN  ROOM  MODERN  HOUSE���Full size lot.    Price $2600.    Can
be had on  favorable terms.
TWELVE   ROOM   MODERN   HOUSE���Close In.    Price $4200. Can b:*
had on easy terms. I
N.B.���If we have not whatwlll exactly suit you, we are prepare!
to build you a house or cottage on easy terms.    Call and see plans.
IN LOTS WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING:
THIRTEEN   LOTS���On  Montreal street, from $500   to   $800    each;
terms most favorable.
TWO LOTS���On Fifth street:  cleared.    Price $2100; one-third cash,
balance arranged. fai
Also lots on  Fourth street and Fourth avenue, on easy terms.
Lots in Burnaby, Sapperton and   Port   Moody.    Choice   locations.
Come and see us.    Delays are dangerous.
	
Joseph Travers
Phone  703.
Walter Block.
Columbia St.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
A New Scow for Sale
18 x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8. WEDNESDAY,  MAY   17,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQE FTvTB.
SPORTING NEWS
PRIZES AT OLYMPIA 	
it to $65,ooo-:0:_:
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!���
\*y BASEBALL.
WOMEN GAMBLERS ARE
AGTIVE IN LONDON
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NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW
IN JUNE WILL SURPASS ANYTHING OF THE KIND EVER
SEEN IN LONDON.
At Vancouver
tie 0. ^^^^^
|     At Tacoma���Tacoma 1,
At Spokane���Called   In
rain.   No score.
Vancouver 10, Seat-
Victoria 0.
the   fifth:
One Lady Made $30,000 on Race Recently and Produced Considerable Comment.
IUNGARIAN. COME
10 EOliND COLONY
I
SENIOR   AMATEURS   TO
PRACTICE THIS EVENING
June, In London, will be a diw/.llng
month tills year, and visitors will find
lt very stronuojs work Indeed to attend all the various festivities, bui
whatever they do, they are advised
not to leave out the International
Horse Show at Olympic, whicli will
surpass anything of the kind ever,
seen In London or in New York. The
interior of the vast building wlll be
trauslormed into a village. It is intended that the illusion shall be as
aatlsfuctory ua possible. The band
stand will be an Kll/abethlan cottage,
on tl.e slope of a garden. There wlll
be a village Inn by the village green
���the I.owthcr Arms ( a compliment
to the chairman of the show, the Barl
of Lonsdale). It will bave a swinging sign. From the long eaveB overhanging thc timbered front natural
loses wlll convey a sense of realism.
The show wlll open on June 12, and lt
will open each day of the coronation
period. Including coronation day, both!
afternoon and evening, closing on
June 24.
The prl/.e  list  is a record  for any
hone show.      It amounts  to  nearly
186,000.     The king is a patron of tho
show, iind he has offered a 12600 cup
for Jumping round the course bv Individual  military  officers of any na-|
Hon.      King   Edward's   Cup   was   for1
team jumping, and ls, ot course still
In the list of prizes.   It was won In
1908 by France, and last year by Del-
glum.   The competitions are more at-1
tractive than ever, and  for the first
time entries have been received from |
del many  and   Russia.      Already  pro-1
mlses from 70 officers have come ln.
This  year, as  the number of officers j
taking part will be so large and repre-;
sent so many nations, there will be a
great display In which all will appear,
beginning  with  a march.    Represen-1
tatives of the  various countries will]
then   show  their  various  methods  of
training and schooling charges.
There are, as in the past, classes:
for mounted constables, and the cost-1
ers will be tliere in force tc be judged
by Alfred G. Vanderbilt. Prizes ofj
$iTr. are offered for tbe best donkey!
turnout and a similar sum for a pony,
turnout.
One  novel   and   highly   interesting
feature In this year's program is thei
introduction of a Russian section, or-'
ganlzed   by   M.  Okonlsbikoff  and   M.
Watcher,   presidents   respectively   cf
the Imperial  Moscow and St. Peters-1
burg  societies  for  Encouragement of
Breeders   of   Trotters;   Lieut.-General|
Idanovitch, M. Souponoff, and General!
Skouhoff.      One competition will  be
for trotters and prestahaska, In wagon
or droshky,    ln tills class two animal-
are driven together, the horse on the,
near side being a trotter and its com-,
rade a galloper,    ln the  troika class |
Thc senior amateurs are not downhearted at tlie action of the professionals in refusing to listen to
their appeals for financial help und to
see tho boys out o'nights one would
think they had bags of pelf. The
sting under which they are Buffering
has apparently put more vitality Into
their work with the stick and an extra
strong tryout which ls scheduled to
take place this evening should be
supported by local lovers ot the sport.j
Tonight's practice will be the penul-1
tlmate one prior to the team's visit!
to Victoria on Saturday for the Important league engagement. As tho
team to play on .Saturday will be
chosen this evening lt behoves all the i
boys to turn out aB soon after six
o'clock as possible.
A general appeal for help has beenj
sounded by the hard working officials1
of the amateurs and  tonight  season j
tickets will be on sale at the grounds.
These pasteboards cost but one bone!
and while the executive do not. expect
that the printing presses .will have to;
be put on an    extra jig,    they    hope
that the demand will be heavy.   Members will not become    tired    selling I
tickets.    They aver this labor would
never become Irksome.
London, May 16.���A statement current that one woman well known ln
London society made $30,000 in a bet|
on the City and Suburban race, suggested the question whether woman
are being bitten with turf gambling.
I iki ui ries of the principal bookmakers
go to show that undoubtedly'they *re
being more affected than .tbey used
to be. There always have heen certain women���members of the very
"smait" and 'horsey" set���who have
been factors to be reckoned with in
the ring, lint, quite apart from this
clement, It seemB that of late the
woman "backer" has been more and
more in evidence at race meetings.
The Innovation first became noticeable four or five years ago, but it has
not been till comparatively recently
that tlie Increase in women "punters'
SIXTY FAMILIE8 MAY SETTLE ON
LARGE BLOCK OF LAND IN
GREENCOURT DI8TRICT, NEAR
EDMONTON. ,.   iS.A
Kdmonton, May lfi.���Louis Reis-
ford, Julius Jukasz and Marcel Zoltan,
three Hungarians, two of whom are
mechanical engineers and the third
an agricultural expert, arrived in Kdmonton from New York city yesterday morning and are reglsteied at
the Castle hotel.
"We are going to the Greencourt
district tomorrow morning," said
Reisfold today, "and look over the
land ln that vicinity. We represent
UO families of Hungarians who are
now In New York and we Intend to
found a Hungarian colony ln this
province. Kach family are well provided with funds, an amount approximating |36,000 representing capital
they wlll bring Into the country. This
    _    __      ls an average of |800 per family.   As
has become bo remarkable, and, early I there are sons in many of the families
Billy Lauder Wins.
Winnipeg, May 17.���Hilly Lauder,
of Calgary, had the best of a fifteen
round go with Kddle Marino here last
night.
wlll confront us face to face;
Every  living   thing   will   wither, for!
prosperity will slither
Like   those   "resignation   promises!
and dodges" into space. I
Kvery ship upon the ocean will conceive a sudden notion,
Kike the Iroquois, to dive   to   the
bottom of the sea,
And   our  States   Rights    politicians,
when   they    strike  these   new
conditions,
Terror-stricken to tlie devil for relief will gladly flee.
t
For the Constitution's altered and too
long we've sadly paltered
With a country that  with   Cypress
���sorrow's      emblem���now     is
decked;
So, awake, arise, and travel ere these
pirates all things 'snavel,'
And the marriage tie Is busted and
each humble home is wrecked."
When the dawn light came revealing
that a ray of light was stealing.
Like   a shaft   of golden   sunlight,
through my dingy window pane,
I awoke ln expectation, th*_t the great
Canadian nation,
By this awful alteration   to a unit
would be slain.
three horses are driven   abreast, the!
center animal a trotter and the flank-, But
being gallopers.    The full equip-!
ers     	
ment of Russian harness and .trikas
will be provided for tbe flrst time In
Kngland. Several Russian noblemen
have intimated that they intended
sending their own horses, carriages
and coachmen for these competitions.
"    A   RECIPROCITY   FANTASY.
(By Y. J. M.)
Uist night as I lay sleeping came   a
vision to me creeping,
Like a grim and ghastly spectre to
disturb by peaceful rest.
Td been dreaming, sweetly dreaming,
of vast wealth before me gleaming,
For the hopes of   thievish   profits
lay Implanted In my breast.
And   around    my   bedside   grouping,
came a crowd of figures droop-1
lng��� |
Portly figures clad In raiment that!
tiie fatmen only wear���
But upon each face dejected sadly I
could see reflected
the sorrow of a   mortal   who'd
been driven to despair.
I heard the city humming, and
the sound of footsteps drumming
On the   pavement 'neath   my   window, as the people hurried by.
And the same old cheerful laughter,
seemed to ring from   floor   to
rafter.
And the same old sun was shining
in the same old cheerful sky.
Business moved along  as ever, married couples didn't sever,
Smasbed-up homes were just as absent as they were   the day before, t
And the only things that vanished���
that     were     absolutely     banished���
Were the "bogies" on   which Bowser, Young and Dicky set  such
store.
aB it is to judge this season yet, It
seems that tlieir numbers and the
amount of their stakes have gone up
enomously.
One very prominent bookmaker remarked that already this Beason lu
had done more business with women
than ten years ago he would have
done in a whole season. Another suggested that this leniency had been
the outcome of the bridge mania of a
few j ears back.
"Women," he said, "got bitten with
gambling generally and learned to
wager on their own account in a way
they would never have dreamed of
before. When they turn their attention to horse racing they take to !t
like ducks to water. And I'm sorry
to say they are not always above trying to be too sharp. We have to
keep our eyes on them."
A group of bookmakers at Tatter-
sail's confirmed these views.
"Tliere are twenty women today
who make a regular habit of backing
horseB for, every one there was threa
years ago, and I've had some little
transactions with women- lately that
made me keep my eye on my book.
What the woman punter goes In foi
Is the long shot."
Another "gentleman" bookmaker,
who transact his business privately
and has always found his principal
customers among women, said:
"Yes, it's certainly increasing. You
have only to look at the stands to see
that woman take more Interest in
horse racing generally. They are very
clever at tlie game, and whether by
petticoat Influence or how I don't pretend to be able to tell you. but they
certainly seem to get first wind of a
good thing when there's one going.
I'm always rhary of committing myself very deeply about even the rankest outsider when any one of a score
or more women take a fancy to back
lt. Yes," he went on, In reply to a
direct question, "I paid the woman
you refer to more than $25,000. Over
Mushroom she got her flrst money on
with me at 50 to 1, and she lifted |5,
000 from another bookmaker."
"Your women gamblers are very
bad payers," said another bookie
mournfully, "and we have no hold
over them like we have over men who
belong to decent clubs or have definite professions, with reputations to
uphold; so we have to keep shy of accepting some of them unless their
husbands guarantee their accounts or
they can produce other quite exceptional references."
who  have  reached  the age  which  ls
required by law before   a homestead
may be taken up, the colony will  re-
j quire no less than 90 homesteads, or
14,400 acres.     We would like to obtain  land that  will  run at least   CO
per cent open, so we can Immediately
put In steam plows and get down   to
I work, and lt Is our desire to   secure
; the acreage In one block, and for this
reason we may decide to go to the un-
surveyed district which lies west ot
Lobstlck lake and north of Kdson."
!     The affairs of the colony wlll be op
j erated on a semi-cooperative basis.
The immigration  hall  was filled to
overflowing   yesterday   forenoon,   58
' immigrants having arrived since yesterday   morning.      Twelve  nationalities were represented among the newcomers, each of which were 15 stton_.
, Tho    entire    Norwegian    contingent
' comprise one family, consisting of tho
I father,    mother,    eight    sons,    four
daughters and a son-in-law.    A total
of eight homesteadB will be filed on
by the family.      The father an 1 the
son-in-law  leave   for   the   northwest
today to look over thi countrv, while
the family will remain here, the sons
taking employment in the .Ity.    The
| Norwegians came to Kdmonton   from
I Belllngham, Wash.
OFFICES
OR
HOUSEKEEPING   ROOMS
FACING
Columbia
AND
Sixth Streets
v     ��� WILL OPEN 800N
Get There First!
APPLY  RENT DEPARTMENT
DOMINION TRUST CO'Y
PHONE 56.
All
I
feebly  queried,
wbo    look    so
What's the row?
"Who   are   ye     ^	
wearied?
Are  ye  men   or   merely   spectres
whom around my bed  1 see?"
Ittit   tliey  simply  groaned   In   chorus,
"Ruin, ruin lies before
Reciprocity     is    carried
Awake- and let us flee"
moth   I,  "begone  and
us ���
- Rise:
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply fo*-
permisslon to purchase fhe following
described lands; Commencing at -t
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. Li. 40SS4, thence west 40 chains,
thence north '20 chains, thence wesl
40 cliains, thence north fin chains,
tbence east 00 chains, tin .ice s nit.
40 chains, thence east 20 chains
thenco south 40 chains, containing
480 ncres.
CilIUSTOP1IKU  ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
I     Dated  April   16th,  1911,
RIVERSIDE
PARK
Chilliwack   City
'Rot!
,|.._,_   ���     .,.,_������_  ���,...   leave
"What!"  said  they, would  we
deceive yo?
Know   ye   nol  the  fell    destruction
overtaking those who wait?
Heard  ye not  thc voice   of Bowser,
heard    ye    not    Mcllrlde,    the
wowser?
Has the nickel press not told ye of
tlie  horrors of your late?
Store
To Rent
ln excellent location.
drum and
ta-i
off,
demons to de-
Hark!  they come with
bor, all the   strikers, now
labor,
Aye, like devnstatln
spoil us of our gold;
We   must,   everyone,   skedail llo   like
the devil, or more sad'U
Ue our fate than that of victims of
the Philistines of old.
Since they've chanced   tlie   Constitution   roon   Madero's  revolution
May  engulf us   in    its torrents if
we're fools enough to stay;
Dicky's voire has loudly spoken, Baw-
ser's handed us the token,
Reciprocity Is carried and big pro-
tits melt away."
"Not a 'bean' we'll have  to bless us
these  vampires  start    to
Is a subdivision    of    halfacr.*    blocks,  fronting on  the    river,    the
canoe course of the Chilliwack Moating Club.
Riverside Park will be sold o.i the grounds by
Auction; Saturday Next
Riverside Park, with Its waterfrontage,    natural    drainage,   cleared
blocks and graded streets is exceptionally good residential property
Special Excursion Leaves 10 a. m.    Fare, $2.00
Return.    Get your tickets (rom
F. J. HART & CO. Ltd.
703 Columbia Street.
oLoan
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements__fSale
PURCHASED 1
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safety Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
W.  H.  KEARY,   Thompson Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone 6. 520 Columbia street
MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor!
W'e have some good lota In Sapperton ln fine locations. Price,
$550 and $600; terms $50 to $60 cash, balance $10 per month.
BURNABY���Some high fine lots corner First avenue and    Cumberland street, 85ft.    frontage Price $425 to $475, terms $50 cash,
balance $10 per month.
��� Hi
Within a minute of city c^r line, lots 50x154, thoroughly cleared,
Price $450, $600, $750, terms one-fifth cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24
months.
Hastings Road, four-room cottage on cement foundation, lot 66x
136.    Price $1500,  $500 cash handles this.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW WESTMINSTER AND SUBURBAN SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
1
once
nress us,
Not a thing
but   black   starvation
TO RENT���Two offices ln Dominion
Trust Hlock facing Columbia street,
occupation June 1.
List  your  furnished  or   unfurnished rooms and houses with us.
CALL ON
Dominion Trust Co.
'Phona 56.  602 Columbia St.
_6.C. Mills
limber  and Trading
Co.
I   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXE8     LARGE    8TOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Teleohone  12 New Westminster Box   13'
For Sale!
6 Room New Modern House
beautifully finished in oak, on full
sized lot near Sixth street carline;
Price $3,800.00;  1-3 Cash;
balance spread over five years.
This Is a good buy.
������������������   EXCLUSIVELY  ������������
BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES CO., LTD.
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin      JCx^CR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.C. R'y
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  17,  1911.
a
**-��� _
OIL is KING !!
OIL   ft
LIMITED
Capital $ 1,000,000
Par Value $1.00 Per Share.   All Shares Fully Paid and Non-Assessable
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY:
LOUI8 D. TAYLOR, PRESIDENT,  MAYOR OF THE CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.       J.   H.   CARLISLE,   VICE-PRE8.,   CHIEF OF FIRE DEPT., CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.
E. C. TRAVES, 2ND VICE-PRES., MRG. P. BURNS A CO., LTD., NEW   WESTMINSTER. JOHN A. CAMERON, SEATTLE, WASH., U. S. A., SECRETARY.
A. WM. LOHMANN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, WASH., U. S. ., TREASURER.
Registered Offices:
634 LUMBER   EXCHANGE  BUILDING, SEATTLE, WASH., U. S. A.
This Company's property lies within three miles of the City of
Katalla, at the head of Controller Bay, in the heart and centre of the
great Alaska oil basin. It is surrounded by "gushers" and pumping
wells, has 4 1-2 miles of coast frontage and a railroad (The Copper
River and Northwestern) running through it. Oil seeps through everywhere and is of a quality hitherto unknown, being of the value of $2 to $3 per barrel.
.
000  SHARES
of $1.00 each, fully paid and non-assesable,
are now offered for subscription '
SHARE
This Issue will be withdrawn on or before MONDAY, MAY22.
All applications at 25c. must be in by the morning of May 23.
It is anticipated that these shares will be selling at par ($1 each) within 4 months.
Prospectus and full information may be obtained, and maps, photos and samples of oil from
the Company's property seen at the
Offices of the Fiscal Agents
National Stock ���* Bond Corporation, Ltd.
Telephone 21 78.
605 Dominion Trust Building
To whom all appplications for stock must be made.
Vancouver, B. C WEDNESDAY,   MAY  17,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
,      IU;   PAGE SEVEN.     1
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Johnson,  of   Moose  Jaw,     Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter. Intends to apply
NEW WESTMINSTEK    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict of  New   Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B.  (.'., occu-
for permission to purchase the fol-1 pation married woman, Intends to allowing described lands: Commencing ] ply for permission to purchase the
at a post planted at the southeast side following described lands:
of the south end of Head Island and Commencing at a post planted on
at the northeast corner of T. L. 37502, the east bank of the Cheakamous rlv-
thence west 80 chains, thence north! er, about two chains nortli of the
40    chains, thence    east    80 cliains,  mouth of Marble Creek,    and    about
thence south    40 chains,    containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Beri. Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1.11.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation broker, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the tollowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence soutn 00
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in 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.
Dated April Cth, 1911.
ninety chains north of the 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; thence west forty chains toi
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1011.
NEW  WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-!
TRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, Intends to apply for permls-1
sion to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
polat on the westerly shore of Green I
lake, which point is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, tlience east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Green
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,   Emma
Dkk   df Vancouver   BC   occupation I Jg*  *%%**  ,ake U)   h        ,
married  wo nan   intend  to' apply  for  comm        m contalnlng one    hun.
permission to purchase the following  H__H  Bll(l  _,.,���*  ,1(,ftl  ���*2__  _,_-_ _.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER.
described   IuikIb:     Commencing  at  a
post planted at the southeast corner
of   VV.   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  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 12th, mil.
lake,  thence  northerly  following  thelKe the east half of suburban lot 55,1      Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
of!      block  5   (except the roadway), lu      The corporation  invite tenders for
the City  of New  Westminster.        tiie laying of approximately live miles
dred  and sixty   (160)  acres more ori     Whereas  proof of the  loss of cer-,0f cement sidewalks ou the following
less. : tlflcate of title number 3352A, Issue I   streets:
HARRY TINN      !ln the name of Mlir-V K- Williams, has      g|xtn' Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
Thomas Greer, Agent.1 been flled ln ,llls otlice.
Dated April  22,  1911. Notice is hereby given that I sha'.l,
���  ;_. j at the expiration of one month from  gt8i
ithe date of the first publication here-,    Fourth Ave
| of, ln a dally newspaper published in
' the City of New Westminster, issue a
Fifth Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts
St.  Andrews  St.,  Eighth  to Tenth
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has  (lupi|cftte 0f the said certificate, unless
I been   made   to   register   Edwin   John | iu   the  m(.:in,|me  valid  objection  be
. . ���  Bond as the owner In Fee Simple, un-, ma(h, t0 me ln wrltlng.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District cf  der  a  Tax  Sale  Deed   from   EdwarJ | c   g   KEITH
COAST���Take notice that I, George'Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, t
Osburn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-   Edwin  John  Bond,  bearing  date  the j
tion  carpenter,  Intend  to apply    for, 21st day of August, A. D. 11107, of all: r,,insier>  _n    .May  13.  MIL
permission to purchase the following  and   singular   that  certain   parcel  or'
described lands:    Commencing at   a  tract of land and premises situate, ly
post  planted  10  chains north or  the  lng and being ln the District   of New
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence  Westminster, in the Province of Brit-
cast 60 chains, tlience south t;o cliains, ish     Columbia,     more     particularly
thence  west 00 chains, thence north, known and described as Lot 59, sub-   between
60 chains, containing 360 acres. 'division of Lot 281, Group 1. siiernmn & Hinchcliffe
GEORGE OSHORN, You and those claiming through p. FlaintilTs (Judgment Creditors)
Boone Kerlin, Agent,   under  you and all  persons   claiming j -n(1
| any interest in the said land by vlr-;Geor_e Br0WBe and Jagon Allard. ex-
Eighth to Tenth  Sts.
Third Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
Tentli   St.,  Third  to  Sixtli  Aves.
Ninth St., Third to Sixth Aves.
Fourth   St.,  Columbia  St.  to Sixth
Ave.
Plans, specifications and further In
DiBtrict Registrar of Titles,  formation may be obtained from the
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Wesi- offlc,e of the clty Engineer, City Hal'.
Tenders to be deposited with tho
undersigned by 5 o'clock p.m. on Monday, May 29th, 1911.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,  City  Clerk.
May  16th, 1911.
M1ND0R0 NEWEST
HUNTING PARADISE
IN  THE   SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Dated April 13th, 1911.
i tue  of  any   unregistered   instrument,!
' and all persons claiming uny interest
by  descent,  whose |
ecutors  under  the  last  will  and
testament of Basil Brousseau, and
the said  Basil  Brousseau.
Defendants (Judgment Debtors).
Pursuant to the order of Hon. Mr.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���DlBtrlct o
Coast���Take notice that I, Chrlsto-jln tlie said  lanl
pher Rowland, of Vancouver, B, C, oc ! title is not registered under the pro-1
cupation  broker, intend  to apply  for \ visions  of the  "Land  Registry  Act," j
permission to purchase the following  are  required to contest the claim ofl ,_,,-,
described lands: Commencing at t ] the tax purchaser within forty-five Justice Murphy, made herein the J.th
post planted at the southwest corner days from the date of the service 0r| day of February 1911, I will on Friday,
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains, this notice upon you, and in default o. | tbe lath day of May, 1911, at the hour
thence north 20 chains, thence west a caveat or certificate of lis pendens | J? 1- ,? clock noon, at my offlce,
40 chains, thence north 60 chains, being filed within such period, or i;i I Court House, New Westminster, offer
thence cast 00 chains, thence south, default of redemption before reglstr.i- j f��r��ale by public auction, all the right.
40 chains, thence east 20 chains,'tlon, you and each of vou will be tor- H*1- and.'_ t.eBt ,��f H_ ����!22*
thence south 40 chains, containing ever estopped an. debarred from set-1 ,(��J!P?E. A.St____._?i,rl_-J��J^_!_-
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin,' Agent.
Dated   April   16th,   1911.
J   ,��,*'V .,,._ _,* _.   ... rl. _!.._.   lands, the north-easterly twenty acre-
ting up any claim to or in respect of,   .   ..       ,.    .   ,,     .  ,.      _ ...        ,
._���_..!_ i���_.i     i _i..,ii .. i_._. i--1    O'   the   south   half  of  the  northeast
the said land, and I shall register Ed- ���,.��-*_.  _f   ��._���.*_-   ._    t_-__m_   _
win John Bond as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days in i
a daily newspaper published in New
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take   notice  that  I,   Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation j ^au*i service "thereof
married   woman,  intend  to apply  for
I>e
des
post planted at the northeast corner  ~��~d"ign
of  lot   380,  thence  west  80    chains,! C.   S.   KEITH,
thence  north  80  chains,  thence  east [ District  Registrar
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chains, |     To JOSHUA DAVIES,
thence east  40  chains,  thence  south j Joshua  Davies  Estate.
40 chalnB, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.!
Dated April 16th, 1911.
quarter of Section 24, Township 8,
Ijingley Prairie; New Westminster
District, more fully described as follows:
Commencing   at   a   point   50   links
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the laying of cement sidewalks on
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 thc
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.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WATERWORKS   DEPARTMENT.
Tenders for Supplies.
Tenders  are required for 70 tons,
Westminster  will  be  good  and   suf-  WMt 0, th, ^-th^t -orner of th���  six-inch   cast  iron   water  main;   six
seuth half of the north-east quarter
SM ase the follow ng' N Dat^v *] the,Undp Ref,8try P","' I of S.ctTon 84 Toirnrtp ��. New wiT-
res^il^ tsns o May i-'-n ""a* tbr?rtb_r,7and,
___  nt__t__ ����  the northeast corner. .   r.  ,_?,       ' X  ��    "">���  Parallel  to  the easterly  boundary  of
the said south half of the north-east
j quarter of Section 24, Township 8, for
a distance of 8.60 chains, tbence west-
| erly and parallel to the northern boun-
j dary of the said south half of the
' north-east quarter of Section 24,
Tewnshlp  8, for a distance  or 23.58
  ! chains, thenc. northerly and parallel
Re lots 1 to 11 Inclusive, 13 to 16 In | to the eastern boundary of the said
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30 j seuth half of the north-east qaurter
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions i of Section 24, Township 8, for a dis-
of the south half of section 18, i tance of 8.50 chains, more or less, to
township 2, New Westminster dis- j the northern boundary of the said
trlct. I south  half of the north-east quarter
A certificate of indefeasible title to | of Section 24,   Tewnshlp    8,   thence
RARE AND FEROCIOU8 ANIMALS
ABOUND ON ISLAND IN THE
PHILIPPINES ��� EMPEROR OF
JUNGLE, TAMARAO  REIGN8.
"A paradise for hunters," is the way
Judge Llddell, former Judge of the
court of the first Instance, describes
the country in the vicinity of bis
home and plantation on the southeast
coast of Mlndora, says the Manila
Times.
One game Mlndora excels in is tbe
tamarao, rarest of animals and one
which is found only In Mlndora. This
fierce animal much like an American
buffalo, ls held ln universal dread by
every native on tbe island wbo look*
on blm as a far more formidable creature than the maddest of wild care-
baos.
Tamaroa on the Rampage.
The tamaroa ls seldom seen in
clearings because he sticks to his native wilds. When he does come near
a clearing, the natives In that vicinity
make for the nearest shelter. For tbe
tamarao does not wait to attack. He
takes the initiative himself, charging
every one nnd everything in sight.
Mrs. Liddell, wife of Judge Llddell,
is perhaps the only white woman who
has ever seen a tamaroa. A few
weeks ago one came within fifteen
feet of the window of the Llddell kitchen where she was instructing the
cook, and peered in. The natives in.
the neighborhood took to their heels,
and then the tamaroa quietly walked
off.
Game Birds of All Sorts.
But lf the tamarao Is the piece de
resistance  among  tlie  game of  Min-
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tlie 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 the B. C
Fleet of Dredges.
Forms of tender can be procured at
the 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
tenders wlll be not considered unless
made on forms supplied, and signed
with  their actual  signatures,  stating   .
their occupation and place of resid-1 doro.lB " ��ot the only game to be
ence. ln the case of Arms, the actual! fou"d on the lsland There are game
signature, the nature of the occupa-1 birds of a11 80rt8' JudSe Llddell telle
tlon, and the place of residence of Bome 8torles Of these wild birds that
each  member of the  flrm   must   be  make a hunter's eyes water with an
given
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
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.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
inch gate valves; three-inch gate
valves; hydrants; cast iron tees
crosses, plugs fittings; main cocks,
service cocks, galvanized iron pipe,
etc., etc.
Full particulars, specifications to
be obtained from the City Engineer's
office.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by five o'clock on tho
22nd of May, 1911.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
May 9th, 1911.
NOTICE   TO   CITY   ARCHITECTS.
COAST    CAND    DISTRICT���District
of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply      A certjflcate of indefeasible title to j of Section 24,   Township    8,   'thence      Competitive plans    wanted    for   a
for  permission to  purchase the    rol- ( nie above proporty wm be issued to j easterly along the northern boundary two room school on Lulu Island. Cost
lowing described lands:  Commencing   Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day I of the said  south half of the north-'not  to exceed  83000.    Plans    to    be
at a post planted southeast corner of  of _,���_._ mi   unie88 ln the meantime | east quarter of Section 24, Township' submitted bv the 18th inst. Only the
T.  L.  31792, thence north 80 cbalns,  a vall(, object|on thereto be made to  8, for a distance of 23.53 chains, more plans accepted will be paid for.
thence east 80 chains, thence south 10  me ln wrlt|ng by a person or persons! or less, to the place of beginning, and
chains  to lake  shore,  thence follow-  claimln_ un eBtate or interest there-1 containing twenty acres be the same
ln, or ln any part thereof. j more or less .
C. S. KEITH, i     To satisfy a judgment in favor of
District Registrar of Titles.'the Plaintiffs (judgment debtors) for
Land Registry    Office,    New West-1 $230.00  and  duly  registered    in   the
minster, B. C, May 16, 1911. I Load  Rejrlstry offlce.  New  Westmin-
  i ster on  July  23,  1908,  and  duly re-
The  person  or persons  liaving    in   registered
ing lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 11)11,	
R. LENNIE,
Secretary.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation   spinster,  intends   to  apply    .for undersigned,
permission to purchase the following    ,        im  .,.,.,,,.   -8<--     Gr__t  from
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to de.iver the
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,
excepted the southerly 12 feet heretofore  conveyed,   in  the   district   of
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T. L. 31792, thence west 80 cliains,
tlience south 80 chains, tlience east
So cliains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
the crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b)     Conveyance ln  fee  from   Far-1 was on the 23rd July. 1908, duly   as-
There Is a so a Mortgage registered, New Westminster.
___l��_.  t__ Let   _ i^tTj   ��m<?\    Whereas proof of the loss of certl-
all    nnar.er   TLttli  _i   T_ ^^' flc*te of Title number 11690F, issued
rs "-refill *
$500.00 and  interest, which mortgage ��� been fl'ed ln thls ��ffiCe' '
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take   notlco   that   I,  James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation  broker,    intends    to
apply for permission to purchase the
tollowlng described lands:  Commencing  al   a  post  planted  at  the  northwest  corner  of  the  Green  Point  Indian  reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence  north  80  chains, thence  east
40 chains, thence    south 80    chains,
containing 820 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Keilin, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.	
NEW  WESTMINSTER    LAND    DI&
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
quiiar M^ltaeToireiijamiu BWtWUMB. I ���*^n��a to ^IsliMiie Williams/ j ������* t���e,exPirf1Uo" ��[ ��ne month from
c) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin The purchaser upon payment of the' the date of the first publication hero-
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Con- purchase monev will be given n good ��,f* '�� a da��y newspaper* published ln
vevance in fee under power or saloi"1"1 sufficient deed, in fee simple. f<-r.e tlle City of *New Westminster, Issue a
contained in mortgage irrom "" enr-'imriran.e, subieet onlv to  duplicate of the said Certificate, ua-
(d)    21st March 1902.   Conveyance tne  provisions  and   conditions   'con- ,e88 in Uie meantime vaid objection
in fee from'j. D. Buchanan to lienja-1 ,���n|nP'1 ln the original grant from tho.be made to me ln writing
min Stevenson. ���
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN-'
STON,,
Solicitors for Applicant.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
l'.OO 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, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m	
WE8TMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMIN8TER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H.  W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
tlcipatory joy.
There are also plenty of wild boars
oh the island, some of them of ex
traordinary size and none of them
noted for their docility. Judge Llddell has one tusk fully eighteen
inches long. This came from a monster boar which charged the hunters
repeatedly before he was shot down.
Wild carabao hunting is another
pastime of the Mlndora planters and
one that is not destined to sooth tbe
nerves of weak-hearted men. These
big animals are at all times danger-
oub, and when on.e wounded or angered will charge their hunters wltn
all the ferocity of an African buffalo.
Charged by Carabao.
James Llddell, a son of the Judge,
had an experience with one of tliem
recently that will not be forgotten in
a hurry. He was hunting and shot
the big fellow, knocking him off his
feet. As the carabao lay still he approached him and when not a foot
away, the caraboa leaped to bis feet
and charged.
There was no time for a shot, so
young Llddell did the only thing open
to him���grappled with the infuriated
beast. Three times the animal gored
blm, and finally the boy made his escape. He was painfully bruised bat
has entirely recovered now. What
the Filipinos in his party regarded as
*.he miraculous feature of the accident was the fact that the caraboa
had permitted him to escape.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
unco 'Pbone 115.     Barn   Phone 11/
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   js
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
j Crown
Terms of Fale cash.
Dated at New Westminster this 4th
| day of May, A. D. 1911.
I
C.   sr KEITH.,    '
District Registrar of Tit!e3
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West-
minster, B. C, May 2, 1911. j
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
T.  ,1.  ARMSTRONG
Sheriff County of Westminster.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re north half of lot 34, block "H," subdivision   of  lot   30,    group   2,   at
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of the  loss of certificate of title number 9410F, issued
in the name of    Arthur    de    Brlssac
Owen, has been flled In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
NOTICE.
TRICT-District  of  New  Westmln- of, in a dally newspaper published i-i
Bt��� B   C-Take notice that    I,    J. the City ot New Westminster, issue -
Kit/Gerald" Sargent   of    London.Eng- duplicate of the sal I certificate unless
land   Clerk In Holy Orders.lntends to in  the  meantime  valid   objection  be
applv for permission to purchase the made to me in writing.
following  described*  >��f'       w       > District Registrar'of Titles.
Commencing at a post planted on,     ^ ^ ^     ^  w_t,
the N. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 40 chairs to ro.nt or
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J    FIT/GERALD  SARGENT,
' it. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
minster, B. C, May 9,. 1911.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
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
head office at the City of Montreal In
the Province of Quebec, has flled with
the Minister of Public Works, Dominion of Canada, a plan of a certain wharf proposed to be constructed
.y the company on water lots eight
to twelve Inclusive and a description
ef 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 Council for
the approval required under the said
chapter 115.
J. E. McMULLEN.
Solicitor for the said Company.
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 69
acres of the southeast quarter of Section 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) In
the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl
cate title No. 4781 A, Issued In the
name of George A. Witherspoon, has
been flled ln this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue n
duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
SCIENTIST'S WIFE
TAMES TRIBESMEN
EXPEDI-
ORNITHOLOGIST    SAYS
TION WOULD HAVE FAILED EXCEPT FOR AID OF WOMAN���
17 MONTHS IN JUNGLES.
/ " \
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
San Francisco, May 16.���After
spending seventeen months in tho
Jungles of Asia, Prof. Charles William Beebe, curator of ornithology of
the New York Zoological society, and
his wife returned on the Chiyo Maru
from an expedition on which he was
sent to study the pheasant and its
habitat.
Prof. Beebe's expellticn carried
him over the plains of India, to Ceylon, the Himalayas. Tibet, Yuccan,
China,   Borneo,  Java  and  Japan.
At the St. Francis hotel Prof. Beebe explained that_the pheasant waa
fast becoming extinct and the unlesB
extensive preserves were established,
it would soon be a rara avis.
Prof. Beebe sent _ack to New Yor*
hundreds' of specimens of beautifully
plumaged birds, and has photographs
and extensive notes for a color book
on the pheasant that will be a unique
among works on ornithology.
"Mrs. Beebe was an Invaluable assistant to me on the expedition," said
Prof. Beebee. "Without her I could
not have accomplished half of what 1
did. She was particularly diplomatic
ingratiating herself with the women
of the wild tribes we had to encounter.
"These tribal women exercise great
sway over the men, who would refuse
to lend us any aid in securing specimens until they were won over by
the women. A traveler with a tactful
wife in a wild country, I am convinced, can get along twice as we'! as
a single man."
Treaty Between Japan and Spain.
Madrid, May 15.���A treaty between
Japan and Spain was signed here today by Gatcia Prieta, Spanish minis-
J  ter  of   foreign  affairs,  and    M.  Ara-
^Ikawa, the Japanese minister. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  MAY   17,   1911.
After having gone carefully into the merits of different kinds
of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers ,the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. These
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Mr. and Mrs. J. Relchenbach aroi
spending a few weeks   at   Harrison
Hot Springs.
For spring plants and cut flowers,
phone Davles and Son, florists. Phone
897. ������
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on flre." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I   represent.
"The Girl from Rector's" is the attraction at the opera house this evening.
Ladies, see our large choice of
hats. Prices from $1 up. Mrs.
Moore. ������
A meeting of the May Day celebration committee will be held this
evening.
If you are looking for a good runabout automobile, which is for sale
for cash, or exchange for local property, write or call on W. B, Sweet,
room 7, K. of P. block. ������
A large selection of hats at prices
to eult. Mrs. Moore, Columbia
street. ' ��� ���*
A chimney flre at Ihe residence ofl
Dave Burnett, Third street and Sixth I
avenue, gave the firemen from halls \
2 and 3 a run yesterday evening. Thej
damage was slight.
Mrs. James Gifford,*- Fourth avenue,
will receive on Thursday afternoon,
her last at bome day this season.
Tonight a meeting of the recently
formed Mlllworkers' union will bo
held ln the labor temple, when tho
charter which arrived on Monday
from the headquarters of thc organization ln the States will be formally
presented to Ihe officials of the new
body. The meeting ls called for eigh
o'clock.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Held, next
tram office.   Pbone 310. ������
I
I     May  hats   from   $1    up   at   Mr_.
Moore's. ���*
! The Ladles' Aid of the WeBt Pres-
| byterlan church will tender a recep-
' Hon to the pastor, Rev. R. Wallace
Collins, this afternoon and evening.
j Miss Grace Goddard Is closing the
gymnasium   and     physical     culture
I classes for the season by giving an
exhibition in St. George's' hall on
Wednesday evening, May 17. at 8:15. ���
The Public
Supply Stores
Pickles
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCES
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.
This morning the Hassam Paving
company employees will start on tho
work of improving Third street, between Sixth and Royal avenues. Yesterday was the last day upon which
objections to the work proceeding
could be heard and ats none came to
the official Quarters, lt Is evident that
the property owners In that district
are satisfied tbat the work will be a
big Imnrovement to help out the
general scheme of beautifying the
Royal City.
At the adjourned meeting of the
city council held yesterday a largely
signed petition was received from a
number of ratepayers residing on
Keary and Hospital streets, Sapperton, asking that the council assist ln
the endeavor to have a number of oo-
Jectlonable Hindus prohibited from
building in that neighborhood. The
aldermen Spoke strongly on the matter and the mayor appointed Aldermen Johnston and Hryson as a committee to look into thc matter.
Tomorrow afternoon Harold G.
W'tide and George Sutherland, the
chosen representatives of the lo.th
regiment of this city, will join the
Imperial Limited at Westminster
Junction on tbe llrst part of their
journey to the coronation celebrations
in Kin. hind. The city men will be
joltiel by various contingents from
not wnly this province, but from the,
other provinces which tbe train iasse;
through. The troops will embark on
the Empress of Ireland for home in
the second week of July.
Vise new players will be presented
tomorrow evening at Sapperton when
the local stickhundlers face the
Burnaby twelve in their second
league engagement. Nightly practice
h:is shown the committee of tlie Sappers that the new men are possessed
of the mettle which go to make expert players, and much is confidently
expected of the lot who will make
their bow before the old time critics
or the national sport. The lin*--:i|>
will be ns follows: "Coulson, goal;
���Chambers, point; Patchell, cover
point; *U\ Follls, first defence; Car
roll, second defence; Atkinson, third
defence; ,1. McKenzie, centre; Hume,
third home; Sclater. second home; A
Follls, firsi home; il. Sclater, outsldo
home; "Cormier, inside home. ���All
new players.
We carry a full
and varied line of
Pickles at all prices.
Our specialty is
11 large quart bottles
of
Rowats*
Pickles in Mixed,
Chow, and Onions,
at 25c per
bottle
A good article for
little money.
nsr_��.8MllHCo^
Smart Cotton Dresses
)For Summer Wear
They are a magnificent lot of dainty colored
dresses, many distinctive styles, all in the
height of fashion, and in every way desirable. In color there are no two alike, giving
rarely equalled selection, and the patterns
are those of the season's best Cotton Fabrics.
ONE-PIECE  STYLE DRESSES
Try a bottle.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
FINE CHAMBRAY DRESS.
With kimona sleeve; yoke effect of black and blue
braid extending to sleeves; yoke of white allover
embroidery; ticked waist; pipings of black linen
nnd buttons to match; pleated skirt with bias fold
of plaid at bottom; shades of blue and rose. Price,
each    $7.53
NEAT DRESS OF FANCY STRIPED REPP.
Hound yoke of tan Oriental lace and applique, col-
larless neck; abort sleeves; insertion extending
from shoulder to cuff; with two rows of Insertion on
cuff; plain skirt with two rows of insertion around
bottom;   fawn shude.   Price, each  $12.75
DRESS OF CHALLIE.
Blue with larg3 white dot effect pattern; kimona
sleeve; lace yoke; trimmed with blue strappings;
short   sleeves and low neck.    Price, each  ....$7.50
DRES8 OF MERCERIZED FANCY REPP..
In saxe shade; yoke of colored lace; pleats over
shoulder and back; long sleeves with cuff, fastened
hack; skirt panel back and front, pleated, wltb foil
Price, each   $10.00
BLACK AND WHITE LAWN DRE8S.
New kimona waist and sleeve effect; V-shaped neck,
trimmed with ruffle of self; embroidered edge ot
red; strappings of gold with embroidered red spots;
sleeves finished with ruffle; ruffle ln skirt to match.
Price, each   $8.25
DRESS OF GINGHAM.
In shades of blue and  white, pink and  white,
and
grey and white; kimona waist; yoke effect of plain
chambray edged with maltese lace; low collar, and
short sleeves; skirt with fancy bias bottom of self
chambray.    Price, each  $4.50
PONGEE WAISTS-REMARKABLE VALUES
Regular Values to $6.50 for $3.75
These are bargains well worth a visit to see: made of flne natu ral pongee silks; In pleated tucked
and fancy style effects; trimmed with colored pipings; ruffles and bittons; long sleeves, with soft or
laundered collar.    Don't fall to see these values. '
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Ch .ago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A g .nerai
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djp���rtment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 nnd upward,
and interest allowe 1 at 3 per cent, pei
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
LARGE MODERN HOUSE
AND   TWO   LOTS
DON'T PULL OUT
GRAY HAIRS
XO LOX-il.i: Nl-< IISSARY
WRITER
SAYS A
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
on^l_ndado��an|j been placed on the market.
s place" ls an old Baying, | Jf
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
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
1.
..��
W
rt
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
"Pull out
will take It
which is, to a great extent, true, If no
steps nre taken to stop the cause.
When gray hairs appear It Is a sign
that nature needs assistance. It in
nature's call for help. Cray hairs,
dull lifeless hair, or hair that Is falling out is not necessarily a sign o?
advancing age, for there are thousands of elderly people with perfei t
heads of hair without a single Streak
of gray.
When gray hairs come, or when tha
hair seems to be lifeless or dead,
some good, reliable hair-restoring
treatment should be resorted to at
once. Specialists say that one of tho
he.=t preparations to use ls the old-
fr.shloned "sage tea," which our grand
parents used. The best preparation
of this kind Is Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy, a preparation
of domestic sage, and sulphur, scientifically compounded With latnr discovered hair ton!c3 and stimulants,
the whole mixture being carefully
balanced knd tested by experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is clean
rnd wholesome and perfectly harmless, it refreshes dry, parched hair,
removes dandruff and gradually re-
���torcs faded or gray hair to i:.; natural cojej,
TLi= preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a brittle and is
reco___-'.*--ed and sold by
VTRJ1H&
AT   12  MIDNIGHT
TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS
from Johnson's Wharf for
a
Victoria and Seattle
By the Palatial Twin-screw Steamships
PRINCE RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE"
Special Round Trip Rates for Victoria  Day to   Victoria,   Going
23rd, Returning  May 25th.
May
EH F.J.HartS Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
Through tickets, time tables and Information for all points East,
via the Grand Trunk System, double track route, including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal , Quebec, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Fails, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, etc.
Harry G. Smith city Passenger and Ticket Agent. Phone 7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight). Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver. -*,
Tickets to and from Europe
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New Arrivals _touLs"lome
Water Glass for Preserving Eggs.     Moth Camphor.
Lavender Perfume, 25c. a pound.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK

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