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 VI8IT   WHITE   ROCK   ON   THE
TWENTY-FOURTH.
The Ideal Summer Resort.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
,1FE  IS REALLY PLEASANT
AT WHITE ROCK.
The Ideal Summer Resort.
HITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 66.
XEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY MORNING, MAY
1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
FINDING OF BODY
CLEARS UP MYSTERY
GEORGE WILSON, MISSING FOR
THREE WEEKS, APPARENTLY
CUT HI8 THROAT IN QUEEN8
PARK���INQUE8T TODAY.
A mystery which has been worrying
the local and provincial pollce for-tho
past three weeks was cleared up yesterday afternoon when the body of
George Wilson was found ln the bush
st tbe far end of Queens park.   From
CHILLIWACK EXCURSION
IS LARGELY PATRONIZED
WILL CHECK ADTOS
ENTERING CANADA
B. C.  E. R. Take Big Crowd to Valley City, on Pleasure and Business Bent���Lots Sold.
SCHOONER, LEAKING,
ABANDONED BY CREW
NEW SY8TEM HAS BEEN PUT IN-   DI8ABLED    CRAFT,   CARRYING   A
TO OPERATION ON THE BORDER ��� CARS MU8T RETURN
THE 8AME DAY.
F. J. Hart's excursion to Chilliwack
on Saturday proved a good drawing
card, three B. C. E. R. cars being required to convey the crowd of about
130 which took the trip. While the
avowed intention of the promoters
was the disposal of choice real estate,
the holiday Inducement was not overlooked by many of those who    took   . .  ._.
In the trip, and ln several Instances I Canada as they come off the ferry
a note found ln one of the pockets of | the scenic beauties of the Valley City | boats ln much the same way as bag-
the dead man and the condition of  proved strong enough inducements to  gage is checked on a railroad train.
Windsor, Ont., May 21.���A new
checking system for automobiles was
put into effect here today by the Canadian Customs department, and
hereafter Amei lean machines and
their drivers  will   be   checked   into
CARGO OF CEMENT AND MERCHANDISE VALUED AT ABOUT
$30,000, IS GIVEN UP FOR LOST.
the corpse, it is clear that the body
had been lying there for three weeks.
How the Body was Found.
A local workman, A. M. Insley, was
walking through Queens park when
he tripped over an object almost hidden from view by the underbrush.
Kicking aside the tall weeds, he was
horrified to discover a man's body.
Insley at once hurried to police headquarters and Chief Bradshaw and
Sergt. Stanton proceeded to the park.
The body was lying; on the left side,
and lying beside the decomposed face
was 0. razor and a pair ot plnce ne/.
The throat was cut from left ear to
the windpipe, and bad been severed
by an apparently strong hand. The
chief of pollce made a hasty inspection of the belongings ln the dead
man's pockets and from a note which
was found addressed to Otway
Wllkie, the mystery of the disappearance of George Wilson was cleared
up.
Determined Suicide.
The letter, which was written on
the back of a bank draft, payable In
a few days time, was carefully folded
inside a piece of oil cloth, thus showing  that   Wilson   had   well   prepared  Chief Justice    Hunter   in    chambers
keep away from the auction mart.
���' The enterprising real estate flrm
placed autos at the disposal of the
travellers who wished to visit Riverside park, on the bank of tbe Hope
river, where a number of lots wer.
auctioned off after the manifold advantages of the property had been
extolled and enlarged upon.
Included among the buyers were:
J. C. Denholm, lot 9, river frontage,
$1325: Mr. Lovick, lot 10, river frontage, $1475; Mr. Cook, lot 27, river
frontage, $1600; E. C. Eckert, lot 11,
$625; E. Ramsden, lot 12, $626; Mr.
Hutledge, lot 13, $600; Mr. Denholm,
lot 17, $500; Mr. Lovick, lot 18, $695.
FERRY MONOPOLY.
San Francisco, May 21���The British
steamer Trlnculo, which arrived from
Panama late yesterday afternoon,
brought Captain Hersey and crew, of
the schooner William EL Marston,
which sailed from San Francisco May
18 for Honolulu.
According to Captain Hcrsey's report, tbe Marston sprang a leak shortly after leaving port and later ran
Into  a   strong northwest  gale.    The
MOMUS10 ��E HONORED    CHINESE REBELS
AT PORTLAND ROSE EfSTWL
COMMIT ATROCITIES
Masked Revelry to Rule on One Night' 	
of   Big   Fete���Secret   Orders        j GOVERNMENT    BECOMES    ALIVE
to  Help.
TO 8ERIOU8NE8S OF MONGOLIAN RISING���GARRI80N MURDERS OFFICER8 ON BORDER.
Portland, Or., May 21.���Masked rev-
elry will prevail at the coming Portland  Rose Festival.     At   least   one
night will  be given over to tun anu I    Victoria, Miy 21.���The    Mongolian
frolic in which masked merry-makers rebellion is giving the Chinese   gov-
may disport to their heart's content, ernment  consldeiable    apprehension,
sections   of    Sixth   and   Seventh according to news by the Empress ol
streets will be set apart for these (es- India.
tivlties and at alternate street inter- The Mongolians wbo had attacked a
sections bands will be stationed   t.o number of villages south of Tsitsihar
add to the attractiveness of the occa- where atrocities were   committed,   a'
sion.    The streets  will  be   specially number   of   villagers   being   burned
decorated   and   illuminated   so   that alive in the destroyed hamiets, rout-
          with the gailydressed masquerade.., ed the government troops sent against
water gained"rapidly and the pumps, the 8cene W|U resemble fairyland. , them.    The government troops were
were unable to keep It under control,'     Secret and fraternal orders of tho reinforced   by   two     squadrons     of
ii tke incoming machines ts properly tagged out with licenses and
���'makers" the driver is handed an ordinary  press  check  bea lng   a  num- ..... .. _.. , .,  _
ber, a record of which is kept by the  and the vessel was finally abandoned,   clty are expected to take  an interest   cavalry and an Infantry company with
Customs people.    When the  car  re- near Pledras Blancos, off    tuw   Call-
turns   to   Detroit,  the   brass   check   fornla coast.
must be handed back before the car |    The schooner carried a cargo    of
ls allowed to go on the ferry.   In this' 1500 tons of cement and 800 tons of
in this feature of the festival and several field guns, but the. rebels
they may appear wearing the insig- again defeated this force, which rente of their lodges. One such organi- treated on Tsitsihar with over a hun-
zation  promises  to   appear   in   trap- dred killed.
all automobiles which come into the
country at this port.
Should the car not return the same
day, it must be bonded, otherwise tt' San Francisco,
may be seized for violation of customs
regulations.
The officials here believe that many
owners have persistently violated the
law prohibiting them from keeping
their cars over night tn Canada, and
The Marston was a five-masted
wooden schooner and was owned b.
the  Matson   Navigation  company,  ot
A TOSS-UP.
Vedder Finds Opposition to Operations  the new system will put a stop to th.
in Vicinity of Hops,
The  ferry   steamer  Vedder,  which
formerly operated from Chilliwack to
Harrison,  under the name of    J. P.
i.i ,      ,, , .,        Victoria, May   21.���Tokyo   newspa-
����2_____J^_ _,Whlch.  V*. reCfntly  Per�� received by the Empress of In-
manner, an accurate record is kept of merchandise, valued at about $30,000.   PingB of old feudal days.    Other so-      Troublesome times   are    occurring
cietles  wlll  put on burlesque stunts  on the Russd-Chlnese border
or special drills and dances. |    The Novaya   Zhizn,   published   ln
The public generally, however, may   Vladlvostock, says the Chinese garri-
Join ln these  exercises that will  b.   son at Blagovestchensk mutinied and
dedicated   to   Momus,  the   presiding   murdered    its    officers    when    they
deity of the mask, and to Comus, god   sought to arrest    some    anti-foreign
of  revels.    Women of tbe   city may  agitators, and the mutineers attacked
appear in gay festal garb which is one   the Chinese town of Kromokhe   loot-
of   the   attractive   features   of   floral   ing many shops. Many fugitives 'cross-
carnivals abroacL^ ed the Russian border line for protec-
������������������������������ tlon.    The mutiaeers were Joined by
HAVir.t lot sold. j a number of brigands and were    en-
i deavoring to recruit from other garri-
practice.
Dynimite  Suspect* In  Japan.
Flip of a Coin Sent Zan in and Mann
Out of Council.
Portland, Or., May 21.���Deciding
who is to be councilman by tossing
coins has become a recognized method in Portland politics, now that a little argument along that line has just
been settled iu iuis t*t*t.   j. ���    .��..   i
his  plans,   feeling  that  the  spot he
had chosen for death  was    secluded
and would not be visited for    some
time. ' The oilcloth was tied up with
a piece of string.    In this letter   he ] license giving him the right to ferry
stated  that he felt  the finder  would   people over the river from two miles
look after his body and see that he  above and below tbe spot appointed
had proper burial.    He also left    in-   by the crown.   The laws as to ferries
K^^.H!!L0^l^fl_ndi_.i_leteJ_   -����� ���t-fth.t the Japanese police d.
Luke Gibson, woo ,_.��, ween succeeaeu   erk.ft  ,h(lt   ���,_���,,   Hns,wts  wan,pr,   fn,
��.,&%&* I?.J._?���C_,0?.8rln.t!d__..  complicity in dynamiting the Los An-
geles Times building and other build
Peoples Trust Buys Columbia  Street   80n8 along the Amur  bank  between
Property for About $55,000. I Blagovestchensk and Algun.
The ravine lot on the north side ot .
Columbia  street, east of the King's ]
Fire Underwriters' Convention.
and Jordan V. Zan had an equal num
opposition" ln   the   person   of  ���.��Znt ____* ^n'��SI___' E.m Vm I ber of votes for the Republican nomi-  hotel, was sold on Saturday through'    _L"T ""������"���nwrr uenvent.c
biS_^l��-W^?_SS��a3 councilman   in the   flrstjWhlte. Shiles ft Co. to the PeopTes'    ���.t tfves P^����*_J��
Trust company for a sum in the neigh- 0I tnt ._ _     enjoyable    conventions
_.-__.  _, .      . T    .  i   t-vt-r     hold     hv    ��� K__     m _. in    r_ ���___     V,__., ...I ���ft
restraining Messrs. J. C. Gai vie, J.
Henley and A. Yates from running a
ferry on the Fraser river at Hope.
Gibson some years   ago    secured    a
structions about tbe disposal of his
belongings and asked that his brother
In England be notified. The note concluded "Fare the well, dear friend.
George Wilson."
���        C��m* 6. a Famous Family.
George Wilson had been resident ln
this country for many years and had
nt various times been employed In
law offices In this city, his last position being with Whiteside, Edmonds
& Johnston, Columbia street. His
father, the Right Honorable Sir
Arthur WilBon, K.C. 1. C, Ib one of
the hest known members of the privy
councll in the old country and acts
us private adviser to His Majesty
King George. Sir Arthur Is the author
of many standard works on Jurisprudence and his name is famous not only
In England but also In India, where
he was puisne Judge of the high court
of Calcutta and also chancellor of tho
university  of that  city.
The dead man, who was thirty-nine
years of age.
Some seven weeks ago he was
a patient at St. Mary's hospital, but
one morning when the nurse eutered
his room he had disappeared, leaving
a ten dollar hill on his table.
The date on the letter was simply
"Sunday."    It is believed h
lngs were known to be in Japan and
the Japanese police are asked to
search for them and endeavor to ef-
le.t tnelr an est.
-    Bank Coses Its Doors.
New York, May 21.���The Knicker-
date away back into the history of  bocker Savings & Loan Co. closed its will not demand a recount
England, and the chief Justice   held doors yesterday morning following anl 	
that Gibson's license must not be in   examination made by Superintendent'
They finally agreed that chance borhood of $55,000. lt is understood ?i'er *el* by ,the mainland board of
should decide it, and City Auditor that the purchasers will trtuir * the f;re Underwriters of British Colum-
Barbur flipped a dollar in the air. site to a building company witkl�� % ?,a w'11 De held at Victoria from
Mann  cal.ea  heads, anu  heau_  won.   few days. *   , ��� H,-i        ,e 2 t0 5'   The ofW-'s have been
On the next toss Mann again called This lot has been sold several times no��nea that the party wlll number
heads, and tails came up. Another! of late, but some of the deals failed c.l0Be J? 25��* Westminster's deleg*
toss was made and Zan won. Hls.1 to get beyond the option stage, the H?11-*1^1 nclude MeBBrB w- N- Clarke,
name will accordingly be placed on property "reverting to the syndicate w* */ Edmonds, A. K. Wolfenden and
the ballot. It is understood that Mann   which bas held   it for   some   time.     ,, Dou-laB Sheriff.    The conference
However, as each succeeding sale bas  w"' 0CCUP/ ��*��� b_8t Pa't of two days.
seen the exchange consideration   in-  ard  a .*** to. ����� outlying district,
planned for a full day, has been   de*
terfered with.
of fctanks O. H. Cheney.
BIG STEEL WORKS .RE    , BMHflRlffmTE GETS
PLATO FOR PITT RiVIR BEST OF MMM COMRADES
Immense    Plant   to   Be    Established
Near This City by Britishei
Capital is $20,000,000.
Vancouver, May 21.���An English
company, with a Vancouver board oi
directors, will, in a few days be registered with a capital of $20,000,000 to
start and carry on husiness at Pitt
Meadows.
The object of the company is to ac-
Even If Short on Monistic Philosophy,
J. H. H. Is Able to Keep Clutch on
B. C. Socialist Party.
SOON DEGIN PUMPING
DIG MAIN CCEE.RDAM
crease, the vendors have no great
fault to find with the former buyers
who allowed  their interest  to laps.
<ided noon    The annual banquet will
bring the session to a close.
Wreck Will Be Examined and Bodies
Sought as Water Drops Around
lll-Fated Ship. , :y��1
WHOLESALE OEPDRTAM
OE BRAZILIAN MUTINEERS
BREAK   FOR   LIBERTY.
Six
of
Seven Hundred Men Sent Out on One
Ship���Trouble on   Journey Ends in
Shooting of  Nine Prisoners.
Convicts    Take    Advantage
Storm   to   Escape.
Joliet.  III.,  May   21.���Six   convicts
under sentence from  one   to twenty
years escaped from the guard at the
state penitentiary here in the darkness caused by a sudden storm yesterday.    Two of the convicts were recaptured  two  hours  later,   hiding  iti
*\ the woods.   The other four, al wealing the gray convict garb, are beln^
hunted by josses.
During the afternoon 240 men werj*
Washington,      May      21.���Notwithstanding the recent slight mishap to
tbe  mammoth   cofferdam  around   the
J. H. Hawthornthwalte, member for   battleship   Maine  in   Havana  harbor,
Nanaimo, is once more in good stand-  the engineers who are raising the ill-1     Rio Janeiro, May 21.���The Rio Jan- at work in the prison quarry about a
ing with the Socialist party, but the j fated ship expect to begin    pumping  elro newspapers publish a story alieg- block from the prison.
Nanaimo local is extinct, its charter   out the water on May m.    Five feei   ing the deportation from Brazil by or. The storm came  up suddenly  and
having heen taken away from it, to be  of water will be pumped out of the' der of the government of seven hun- with    unusual    severity    about    four
handed over bye and bye to  another  cofferdam and then pumping    open-   dred  men,  including   mutineers   and o'clock.    The lines  were  formed   for
group of Nanaimo Socialists, who, if  tlons will cease for ten days, in order   criminals on board the steamer Satel- the march to the prison yard, but be-
they are Just as   short as   Mr. Ha*-   to test the cofferdam against the im   lite.    As a  result,  Barbosa   Lima, a fore the men could start it became as
mense pressure of surrounding water,  member of the Opposition, yesterday dark as night.
If It holfs pumping will be   resumed  asked for an explanation in the cham- j No count was made of the prisoner*
anu  me  sunken  snip  thoroughly ex-   ber of deputies  and  the   brother   of until  the storm had ceased   aud tha
amined as it ls uncovered.                    | President Fonseca, leader of the gov- men assembled in the yard readv to
Both war and navy departments are   eminent,   promised   that    the   presl- return to the quarry
thornthwaite   on  the   monistic   philosophy,  are  longer  than   their  coin-
quire large  ore and  coal   lands, the
latter on Vancouver Island, and a site! rades on practical politics
on which the necessary works will b~*      It  will   be   remembered   that   Mr.
commit-1 erected.    Blast and open hearth steel | Hawthornthwalte   was   expelled   with
ted the deed three weeks ago yester i furnaces, and rolling mills, are to do ! contumely from the Nanaimo Social-   perfecting  tlieir  plans   for  removing i dent would make an explanation
day. When Inst seen ho had $28.30.1 part of the plant. William Oweu
Yesterday the sum of $!> was all that! M. E., of London, England, has been
remained. He had a cheap watch in In the city for some weeks looking in-
his possession and some papers which to different propositions, and arrange-
hnve been taken charge of by the ments were ultimately completed yes-
authorities.   Captain Pittendrlgh, who   terday morning.
was notified last night, after the body I The site selected consists of a block
had been removed to Murchie's fun- of 200 acres bordering on Pitt River,
eral parlors, will hold an Inquest to- and connected with the C. P. It. main
day.
ASKS EOR WITHDRAWAL
OE AIL MISSIONARIES
con-
ist local party on the ground, among the bodies of the crfew, preservin
others, of his lack of orthodoxy, relics and endeavoring to reveal all
Among the reasons given was that he the hidden facts of the Maine's de-
was no debater, having been defeated struction. The secretary of war to
by a working miner ln an argument day appointed Captain James D. Til-
on the true inwardness of the monis- ford to supervise the shipment of tue
tic philosophy. He was also ordered | remains of the crew to the United
to send in his resignation as a mem- States for interment in Arlington
ber of the bouse. j National cemetery.
As  might  havo   been   expected,  it
According to the story the Satellite left Rio Janeriro on December 2'!
last with seven hundred men condemned to deportation.
A  mutiny occurred  on   January  1.
This  was   quelled   and   twelve   men
were sentenced   to  be   shot.      Nine
were   shot  and   three   Jumped
! board.
I took more than the monistic  philoso-  CHARLES P. TAFT SAYS
phy to upset Mr. Hawthornthwaite.
He promptly appealed to the executive committee of the British Coram-
REPUBLICANS WILL WIN
Several    escaped    and   the   others!
were landed  at   Porto   Antonio, the1
SETS S^uSST r,ver'a tr,b BALS SLIP IN SIX IN
Within the last seven months there
line,  with   which  it  is in  close
tact   It ia opposite Coquitlam.
As  soon  us  the  engineers   can  b-
brought to the ground, work will   be
started, and this, It is stated, will be live committee of the Biitish Opium-      New York, May 21.���Before sailing
not later than the fall of the year,    j bia end of the party, which met the  for Europe yesterday Charles P. Taft  have been two revolts in Brazil���one!
The company  will   be an   English other day and found  that the charges  declared that the Kepublleans would  in the navy and the other in the naval!
one, registered in Canada, and with a against   the   member   for   Nanaimo  elect a president next year and more   barracks on  Corbas  Island, near Rio j
Canadian hoard here.   In consequence were "frivolous, malicious and unwa**-  than hinted that tne siicceistiii canfli   Janeiro.      Recently there have been'
of the large Interests Involved there ranted," and  that in the best   inter-  date would be his brother.    In reply   fears   of   further   outbreaks    among'
will also ho an advisory board ln Lon- ests of tbe party the charter of the  to a question whether President Tuft  naval men and lt is possible that the
Then the count showed six met*
missing.
Ed Atiller, the only one of the convicts garbed in stripes, was captured
in the woods by a negro who recognized the prison suit and overpowered him aitev a fight!
Henry Johnson was taken by a rail-
over- road detective Just as he was about to
enter the woods.
SECOND INNING SATURDAY
ARGUMENT PUT FORTH TO LET
CHINA WORK OUT HER
don. | Nanaimo Socialist local should be can-
i    The plant and machinery are to be celled:
OWN   brought from Europe, and will consist
of  blast  furnaces,  open  hearth steel        RADIUM    LADEN    BREEZES.
'BIBLIOLATROUS"     PARSONS.
the Treatment
Apparatus.
favorite among husiness men."
SALVATION   INDEPENDENT OF   furnaces and rolling mills  on a very
large scale, and  there  will   also   bo  The l.at'st Thing   in
foundry nnd engineering shops for re-'        of   Gout���Special
newals and  repairs.      At  least   3000      London,     May     21���I.adiiim-luden  CONVICT'S HEROISM
men are to be employed. '��� breezes are the very latest  thing inl WIN8 HIM FREEDOM
'    London   May  21���   The    "heathen      The full capacity of the works wlll  the treatment of gout.     One of the 	
Chinee," educated, civilized and equip-  be 1000 tons a day, and the company  papers read at the German   Medical |    Des   Moines,   Ia���    May    21.���The
ped with a sound knowledge of mod-  calculate on 250,000 toiiB a year   in  Congress which   concluded   at Wles-  heroism   of  Joseph  Howard,  a  con
would be renominated and re-elected,  Brazilian government is deponing thej
he said:    "Well, lf I said I thought so,   mutineers  and   taking   measures   to
you would think I'm prejudiced, but   prevent  further  revolts.
let me tell you that everything in the l 	
west is indicative    of his being    tha' ALE    BOTTLES   LITTER   STREET.
Alerts  Lose  First    Home    Game
Presence  of   Multitude���Three
Smiths  Help  Balmorals.
in
Strest
  i     The Balmoral baseball boj/s swatted
Csr   Crashes   Into   Brewery Corbett, the Alerts twlrler.-all  over
Wagon at London. t sapperton park ln the second innln_.
London,   Ont.,  May   21.���A   street of a league match on Saturday, drlv-
car crashed into a brewery wagon of ing the sphere to the notth, east an.l
the Carling Brewing and Malting com- West and circling the pillows half a
pany on the corner of Dunas and Tal- dozen times before the necessary tri>
ern  civilization, Is appealing to the  finished products.    This conservative baden a few days ago was on the ap- vict from Howard county, who, when  bot streets today, and two men   on was retired.    During the  remaindei
Chirstian countries to withdraw their! estimate   would   still,  at   the    start,   plication   of  radium    ln    the    aerial  an overheated boiler ih the Anamosi i the wagon, George Sissley and Jame3 of the  game Corbett    tightened    up
"Hlhllolatrous missionaries" from the leave easy room for an additional 50,   state.      Radium   "emanatorla"    have reformatory    seemel    about   to   ex-1 Loney,  were thrown  heavily  to the pretty well, but the damage had be-.\
celestlal kingdom.   Lin Shoa-Yang, in  000 tons. | been established ln Berlin and at Bad  plode, calmly went forward and shut  pavement, but escaped wltn a shak- done and a glorious victory achieved,
a  book   Just  published,   entitled  "A j    The whole proposition Is one which  Homburgb, and now Ems is to have  off the steam, has earned hjs pardon lng up.   The wagon was smashed, as
Chinese Appeal to Christendom Con-' will make for gigantic developments  one.    A special   apparatus   in  which, from Governor Carroll,    He was re-, well as the front of the   street   car,
cernlng Christian Missions," protests in this part of the province, nnd  tho radium is placed in a current of air is
against the "absurd, contemptible and advantages It will have are easily ap- fixed in a room and all the  patients
demoralizing  medley   that   lornls  t.ie parent. have to do is to sit in the room and
stock In trade of missionaries," and      William  Owen, after having   com-] talk  or   read   newspapers   or   play
nrges that China be left to work out,' pleted the detail matters yet outstand- draughts, the radium ln solution  tn
her own salvation, aa iai   as iviifl >m Ing, leaves for England at the end of the air docs the rest and affects the
ls conceraed without western interfer- the month.   He would like to be clear blood through the lungs.   This treat-
fllCI
leased today.
FIFTY-THREE  BABIES
DIE FROM THE HEAT
while ale bottles littered
way.
AIRSHIP SEEN   IN OCEAN.
The Alerts completed  the    circuit
only on two occasions, the two coun-
the   road-   ters an King home lu the sixth.
j Fred Lynch ren'ered decisions In
j a gruff voice, much to the edification
! of an Immense assemblage, the graiui-
stand and bleachers being filled loug
Chicago.      May      21.��� Fifty-three  Was   Abandoned���Believed   to   Have  before the opening    hour.    All    la:.-
bables under one year old, and most        Belonged   to   Walter   Wellman.      | comers had to stand up or sit on tha
ly understood that the  company has ment fe especially recommend for all of them only a few weeks   old, died1    Queenstown, May 21.���The    White  grass.
His method of argument is mainly  no real estate interest In the adjoin-  gouty ailments. | during the four days of extreme heat  Star line steamer   Celtic, which   ar-i     Full and complete list of the par;f<*i
a  bland  astonishment  and  question-  lng lands. ^^^^ I -j j from May 16 to May 10 inclusive. rived here yesterday, reports bavlng  pants:
lng.    Dealing with the present con-;  ��� ' ' Japan Navy. \    yn_*uonable   beat,   spoiled   milk, passed the supposed   remains  of an      BalmoraU-*rS__m��, cv l_.wis.,p; S��_
dltlon of Christianity   in Europe, he Chateauguay Comment. |    Victoria.    May    21.���According    to bai-;, ventilation   and   improper   care airship   yesterday in   latitude-  45.51,  cMr. lb; R
observes: I    London,   May   19.���The   Standard t-����' ~dv|<-��, r>*v>,,.ht by the 'Empress-*Mtftoit by physicians  as cause* longitude tblfi.   This wm estimate Smith, 3b;
"What ;we wonder at is that  your  nnent the Chateauguay Incident, says of India, the JJJ1 Shimpo reports that of Weatb. , to be Ci8~mTle8 west of FfestneL      '    Shannan, rf.
Inlsslonary zeal should not only re-  it aIto��Bther falls to understand the a Wll will be Introduced at the tfext     ���'&*'.^oliffe" today announced  tnat.'    Tho only alrahiKpot reasonabJvtOt'   j__Wrt*��. J
main  unabated, but Bhould   actually  motives' prompted by tha, organizers session of the diet for a considerable nef_y a score of,children; boys and1 counted lor is%t1.e��a^lglbl^WMi<^i W'llHfc 1^*
f m-^aslng Activity dur-  of the bageant to put th? $ffrbnt on Increase in the Japanese navy.    Tha g��rl_, frtrtr 1* to - _4 year,   old, had  which Waiter W��U*ian .and the _rHvra_i
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sl~ns
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���ngtn apoch whlck is obviously rae Canadian    sentiment    aty?
.'*_..-,..- ^ .,,���  .i ...._ ..,..' hopes that even ia the eleven
(Continued on page four)
the episode will be reinstated.^
alnoerly  ad
ratgffaour pi
admiralty officials are now drafting hee
oposals   for . the   suggested   increment. *     } tt
reported mlsjtog during the hot members tJ? fits qjiw'vnbandoned laat, Wahifc,
n,_-      __,.__                     ...    0otobeT     fr      ...-���_ I-__._-_ _       _.    -_��� _.       .
across the
The  _��ttc��_ believe   many  of October   on   thj^-^tfiopVd'   lUgSt   - T*��tr|i
harriwinde-Sd from the city.      across the ^Uafttto. ,;   . ���        ,.e,,jSI^
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Wants
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MAY   22,   1911.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
EIGHTH AVENUE.
TWO  LOTS between  Eighteenth and
Twentieth    streets,    facing    south,
$750 each, one-third cash.
WANTED���DELIVERY       BOY       AT   	
once.   The T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.      ; TENTH AVENUE
BOARD AN DROOM FOR YOCNG FIVE LOTS (one corner) in West
couple.   Child not objected to. Batn      end.    $525 each, one-third cash-
ABOLITION Of TICKET
OT LEAVE IN ENGLAND
a sort of moral right to it. Now the  sealed in, is a fluid.   The screens vary make hypnotic passes ln the direction
i moral  right  will  disappear,  and   the   In  color.    Some are red, others  are of the patient,  first  from   one   side,
| gratuities will go to the central body, I blue, varying ln depth of color to suit then from the other, while finally ho
I which will use these sums, of course, j the eyes of the investigator. stood beside her and raising his arm
for the men's benefit.
"These grannies, with the grant of
��7000 which the government Ts mak
will
An interviewer gives the following vertically bent over hand, allotting
account of his own experience under hl* -��*& extended lingers to poiut
the direction of Dr. Felkln, a special-  d��wn directly at the  crown   of   her
head.    Every time these passes were
and    telephone.    Moderate    terms
711 Seventh avenue, city.
IVANTED
machine   rock   drill.
Brothers.
NINTH AVENUE���Fine large cleared
.  ���  ]     lot  (fitixl60), below Moody Square,
AT ONCE MAN TO RUN I    $1800; one-third cash, balance over
Apply   Gilley:    eighteen months.
SCOTT ROAD
WANTED A GIRL FOR   GENERAL  TEN  ACRES fronting on main  road,
housework.    Apply   C.   Et   DeBeck,      close to Strawberry Hill post office
135 Columbia street, Sapperton. and store; two acres cleared, house,
_______  ��� i     barn, etc., $4550;   terms.
WANTED ��� BY     A   GENTLEMAN,: .  ,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,l
this office.
FROM
PROBLEM       OF
M0*CH      IS     EXPECTED
SYSTEM  NOW IN OPERATION-
GOVERNMENT  MAKES   GRANT
, ing,  win   probably  pay  all   the   ex | tst who has taken a deep inteiest in        .        ______   *,     . ,   .       ,.   .,
I penses Involved In the setting up of, the investigations.    In a small room made a flne streuk   of indescribable
EX-CONVICTS��� the new body, so that no fresli bur-   was the  subject of the experiments, nue seemed to shoot out from the tip
den  will be cast on the existing so-1 a well-made woman of medium height of eacn flneer straight toward the sub-
cleties, whose work should be assist-   and  apparently  in  good  health.    Dr.  Ject*
ed  by the centralization and co-ordi-   Felkln  first  of all  told  her   exactly
The   Interviewer    seems   to   have
nation of their efforts.
*'Of course, there will still remain
: the obstacles of the natural reluctance
SANDRINGHAM  AVENUE
London, May 19.���The new scheme     ..       ,.       ,*, ,__ ��� ___  , .    ,.	
other than laboring work  for    theso
for the treatment of convicts inaugu-  men> all pe01)ie hesitate to give them
rated by Winston Churchill, has been! positions of trust."
put into operation.   During the month j       Release After Short Sentence.
of  April  about   a  hundred   convicts j     The assistant secretary of the Cen
were released.      Some of them may j tral  committee of discharged  prison-
the   nature   of   the   experiments   he been at leaBt as successful a subject
was about to make.   Then, having in- as    ^e    woman.      His    experience
.   .    .structed the reporter to look steadilv prompted  him  to   enquire   into   the
of  employers to  engage   ex-convicts.   at  the daylight through  one   of the practical use of the discovery.
It has been difficult hitherto to   find | spectauranlne   screens    and    having tie was Informed that it practically
placed the woman about a foot away made Paln vl8'ble-   The aura, he was
from a dead, dark background facing told* varleB ln 8nade and density, in
the  only   window  In   tbe   room,   he breadth and  ln  shape,  according   to
proceeded to draw a blind   half-way the patient s health.      An acute   and
down this  window.    From  beiow  he IaBtln& PaI,J. such as sciatica, is ren-
drew up a blind of dark serge, until dered visible by the length to which
not want assistance on leaving pris-  ers' aid societies said that there were' |t  overlapped  the  upper  blind   suffl- tlie a"'a of a particular   shade   and
irnMunmnne _ I on* but thev w111 a11 be banled over��� about one hundred societies engaged ; ciently to allow light so dim to filter density   extends   along  the   nmD   in
| COMMODIOUS house of seven room.   t0 the cale of the newlv.fo,.med Cen., in  the   work of   befriending   ex-prls-  tatottw  roomT that  only   the   white wblch the J*1" ls/elt- .T1f aurria��f ���
-      on exceptionally wide lot;  ln good , tral   association,   whose    surveillance  oners.    Many of them, however, dealt��� fo.m of the subject's body could   be P* ent suffering from hysteria differs
_r      condition;   $3500;   only  $500    cash,   w,��� take the place of the old system, with   both  ex-convicts and   men   re- j discernedin the gloom. enU,ely ln outlln,e, from that   of one
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER . __.
connections, fencing sidewalks and      balance ln monthly payments.
Gust   Melin """    "    "   "" *~ *
general   contracting.
1016 Third avenue.
OCR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE!
better than to necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a j
better roof. Westminster Mill Co., I
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj;
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
FOR SALE���FINE MAXWELL, TWO I
passenger runabout automobile. Per-j
feet    condition;     just    overhauled, j
Cash or trade for property.    W. D
Sweet, care Reid, Curtis & Dorgan
Your    opportunity    now���A    client
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
"AT IT HERE SIRCE 1900'.'
of ticket of leave.
leased after short sentences.
���..       . .���     ,. i.    ,- ,, ,     suffering from epilepsy.
Now, turn round," said Dr. Felkln,      Aura- __ halo_ ot\ulck and lntelI1.
geat children are more extensive than
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TO RENT.
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TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM ON
car line; furnace heat. Apply 327
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TO RENT���FOUR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Apply over Ilardman's
Mock, corner Eighth street and
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street.
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UVaneovrvrer B.C.*^|
Under the old method of working a,     He also stated that the heme office   ���d te��� me what you Bee   or lf -������
convict  cotild earn  from  two to  six  had under conslderatloa  a scheme to  __�� nnvthinlr -, an   for .here are tier-  !_ .'._"""_""",. '""���"_." .V V__~
pounds during his term of imprison-  aet up a new authority to.(Ml with  ^ns   four   or  flve   i*rsons   out   of thow _ . he d��H and phlegmatic. The
ment.   On his release half of this was  tl.e short-sentence men.      this body  ���*.' 3dre��dr  "�� JHJ55? 6 ���le ,��. ����� ��>to��  *���n��� _�� -dultB;     (Th��
generally used for his benefit through   will probably be drawn largely from, S2��_* K*  __   th.    ���veslaht    are nneit hal08 enveloP ^ m��9t lntel11;
the agency of a prisoners' aid society   the central   council   strengthened   .y   ScVllv    unab.e    to    oercelve    the ���__*���_   '_   lS Jm08t   notlce,}bl��  around
iimiliar, body.    But now the new  home office representatives.                 I P.���y"._ y                         perctne    ine the head  and   mor-  marked   among
'��� t    as nm ___ . il _. - ��� - .    __._ ______ a .. rt*i. _     ***** ___
or simili ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
central body will appropriate the "But as to a new career of^tepe for
whole of the money earned by tha'convicts," he Bald, "to my ssind that
prisoner. If the association's efforts! could only be achieved by planting
do benefit blm, he
his money's worth.    But if these ef- ] capitl
forts fall his money will have been' a gunboat to look after them and see
swallowed  up. i that they did not escape, and leaving
A   press   representative   discussed j them to work out their own salvation.
aura. ^^^^^^^^^
The Halo Appears.
For some moraentB, perhaps a quar-
men than among women,
halo te more variable.
The wom-
...v/�� lau.rii   n     cil ui m     IUIIIU      .111.        ll*Z     rtUUCCU      UJ       |iiiiiiiiiih . . ,. , .   |__.     .*,..
will certainly get.. them on a Pacific island-giving them   ter of a minute, the only object_ t at   KIND
.    But lf these ef- \ capital, if need be, for a start-setting   could be made out In   tho   darkneas
was the subjects form   and its   outline.    Then   gradually,  as   the   eyes      Calgary,   May   21.���The
PUSSY   MOTHERS
TWO PUPPY SPANIELS
the new scheme with the assistant
secretary to the prison commissioners
in the absence of Basil Thompson,
the  secretary.
Gratuities to Convicts.
"The convict," he said, "has never
had a legal claim to this money,
wliich has hitherto been paid on the
condition that half was administered
through the aid society for the particular  prison   from   which   the  man
"lt would be cheaper In the end.'
INDIVIDUAL HALO TO
EVERY HUMAN BEING
^^- evt's Calgarv, May 21.���The Dr. Barn-
grew accustomed to the darkness, a ardo llomeB tn e children's Aid so-
sort of double mist or halo, the one clet|e8 RMCtte Homes aud Foundling
within the other and the inner one asylllraa ara a few of Xhe expressions
denser than the outer, became more or human sympathy which are sui>-
and more distinctly visible. poaed l0 ,)Ut humanity on a high
The outlines of this mist exactly j)lane 1Jut none of ���lese institutions
followed the curves and the contour ar(J founde(i on kinder instincts than
of the subject's body. Tlie color of thoBe or a rat. pussy has consented
the outer aura seemed to be a blue to mother two little puppies, whose
grey, that of the inner aura was den- mot|ler was unable to look after them
ser. In the triangular space form- pr0perij- und her devotion is a mo lei
ed by the sides of the body and the fo,. m;inv human foster parents who
angle of the arms, as the su .Ject re- have  undertaken  the  education  of a
WAI diKcharced 1 ���-   ___-_-. . __>,��.*,   ....uw..���.>
"But it was understood  that he had   L0ND0N    DOCTOR   IS   PREPARED   mained with her hands resting lightly   ..Barnardo bov
��� I i      1. 1.._.       . 1,,,     I, .. I,. _ . _ _ . _ 1 . _      I . _ .     i_-     _ .' _  .
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TO DEMONSTRATE SCIENTIFICALLY THAT PAIN AND INIcL-
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1 on her hips, the halo    could he seen      "Princess  Louise,"  a  cocker   spau-
most clearly. iei, owned by Mr. Cane, gave birth to
1 Presently, acting upon Dr. Felkin's seVen puppies on Thursday, and on
instructions, the subject raised and the same day pussy found four kit-
extended first one arm, then the tens. The dog not being strong
other. Then she Joined he,** hands at enough to rear all her young, two
the back of her neck. And always j,Up8 wele given to the cat, being
the mist of aura followed, as though quietly substituted for two, kittens.
.     , it. were itself an outline of some sort  The  cat  has   taken   the    unfortunate
tor announces that he is prepared to  of shad0w of the limbs. | pups to her heart and home, and mug,
demonstrate   in   a   scientific   manner      Dr. Felkin's next experiment was to  gles them comfortably in her nest.
that every human  being has a halo. _^        _  	
It varies in size and distinctness ac-i	
cording to the state of health, makes
pain visible, and enables the expert
to distinguish between intelligent and
dull individuals. The discoverer of
the halo is Dr. W. J. Kilner.
For centuries occultists, spiritualists and other students of the supernatural have dec ared that the human
body while alive is closely surrounded
by and, as it were, encased in an "atmosphere," or, as they term, lt. an
"aura," In other words a sort of halo
which they said wasl'distinctly visible
to certain people, thbugh invisible to,
the great majority of mankind. Dr.!
Kilner now declares that he has set--
tied the matter on strictly scientific
lines.
He  has  made an  apparatus  which
consists of a number of what he calls
spectauranlne    glass    screens,    each
about four inches in length   ailtl   an
inch  and a half  wile.    Each screen
is made of two plates   of   very thin
glass,    between    which,    hermetically
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,   5,   5:45,   and   every
fifteen minutes  thereafter  unill 11 p. m.
8UNDAY 8ERVICE.
Trains leave Mew Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT  EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11:20 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 for Steveston.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:05 and 6:05 p.m.
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Savings Bank Djrartment���Deposits
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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; pnly the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
All lots one-fifth acre, with frontages on 66-ft. 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.
The beach is unexcelled for bathing.
Prices Moderate.      Terms to Arrange
Wtat is a few hundred dollars if you get what you want
and here is the very chance you have heen
waiting for.
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BILL TO REGULATE
USE OE EXPLOSIVES
MINISTER
DUCES
OF      MINES      INTRO-
MEASURE    TO    SAFE-
He Withdrew Motion.
London May 19���At the conclusion
of Viscount Haldane's speech last
night. ICarl Selborne withdrew his
motion, asking the British house to
take up and discuss the reciprocity
treaty.
A NEW KIND OF LIBRARY.
Belgian Government Connects It With
Postoffice Banks.
GUARD 8TORAGE OF POWDERS |     London, May   21.���A   new kind   of
���schfmf in rr.MDD_-_jciu_i.._ I c,rculatinK library is to be tried   by
-SCHEME IS COMPREHENSIVE,  the Belgian government.   At Brussels
a  central   library  consisting  at   the
outset of 10,000 volumes is to he
ated and any inhabitant of any part
of Belgium who owns a postoffice -Brings bank book will be entitled to
borrow from it and receive by mail
any book for a fortnight upon having
two cents checked oS bis account at
the postoffce. His deposit serves as-
a guarantee for payment for books
not returned.
As there are about 1500 post-offices in Belgium, this will amount to
the creation of a circulating library
with some 1500 branches, whose risks
will be more than covered by the deposits in the savings banks.
In the house of commons, Hon. W. |
Templeman's bill to regulate the manufacture, storage and  importation  of
explosives   bas   been   considered   in
committee.    The  bill", forbids  possession of or traffic ln any explosive other
than that authorized   by the government.    Kxcept as permitted by regulation the manufacture of explosives,
and the remaking or altering of explosives is prohibited, but   the thawing of dynamite, etc., is permitted provided that a proper apparatus is used.
Licenses for factories and magazines
will be Issued by the government. It
Is also provided    that explosives can.
only be imported under a permit. The
bill   also   specifies   that   applications
for factory or magazine licences must
be accompanied by plans showing the
situation  of   the   buildings,  distance
from  each oth* and  adjacent buildings as well as a statement   of   the
number of employees,  the maximum
amount of explosive ingredients to be
allowed at any time in any building,
together with a description of the process  to be employed.    The bill  also
stipulates  that  no  license   shall   be
granted   without  the  consent  of  the
municipality   interested   and   no   factory  or  magazine   shall   be   located
within one mile of any city, town or
Incorporated  village.      Even   in   the
case  of change  of  ownership  notice
must be sent to tbe Minister of Mines
within three months, the penalty for
default  being  $100  a  week.    Tbe  license system will be applied to existing factories on January 1, 1916.    A
special provision is that in any caBe
where conditions seem to be dangerous the minister  may close down  a
manufactory.   To carry out the provisions of the act a chief inspector of
explosives,  a  chemist  and  assistant
inspector  wlll   be   appointed.      The
duties of the inspectors will be to examine all   manufactories   and   magazines,   collect   samples   for   analysis
and to open any package or store Buspected to contain explosives or ingredients for their manufacture,   lt ls also provided that the minister of mines
may have an enquiry held into any accidental explosion;  also that the government   may   make   regulations   for
the   classification    of    explosives,   licenses, packing, testing, etc., also for
the safety of employees and tbe public.    The penalty  for obstructing an
I Inspector in his duty of entering and
J examining a factory or warehouse is
[ placed  at  a  maximum  of  $500,  while
' for trespass  by unauthorized persons
upon such premises the line is to be I
fifty dollars.    A  flne of I'.Oo   is   pre-1
scribed for the commission of any act
likely to cause an explosion or flre in
the vicinity of a factory or magazine.
Two hundred dollars and costs or imprisonment for three months is   pre-
scribed   for the   possession, sale   or
manufacture of an  unauthorized   explosive.
During the discus, ion Mr. Doherty
(Ste. Anne's. Montreal) taised the
question that the measure was one
rather within the score of the provincial legislatures.
In reply the minister explained that
the measure had been drafted by
Captain Desborough, chief inspector!
of explosives for Great Britain. He j
had taken counsel with all the interests concerned and found that tho
provinces were only too anxious to
have the matter dealt with by the
Dominion government.
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AT
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surroundings in the city.
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Guelph, .lay 21.���A story of religious mania was told to Chief of Police Randall this morning by a young
man from Listowel. The man came
to the police station shortly after .
o'clock last night and asked for shelter for the night, which was readily
{liven him. This morning he was
questioned by the chief and the story
gleaned from him. He has a wife and
family of five children living in Listowel and apparently well-to-do, and
clai��ns that some time ago the spirit
of God tQld him that he must not eat,
sleep or drink, and he ma le a solem.i
vow not to do these things. However,
he broke his fast and in order that he
might not commit suicide, decided to
leave his home.
He left on Monday morning and
wandered as far as Acton, sleeping in
the woods and in barns, with nothing
to eat except three c,akes and a
piece of cheese, although when he
came to the police statton here he had
$43 on his person. He did not want
to eat this morning, but the chief sent
out and had a hearty breakfast prepared. His wife was communicated
with and also his father, and the unfortunate man will be sent back to
Listowel. i.i.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MAY  22,   1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company. Limited, at their offices,
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
A. Paige.
Managing Director
MONDAY,   MAY   22,   1911.
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������BRUCE" ON J. D. TAYLOR.
3. D. Taylor, M.P., Georpe H. Cowan,
M.I'., and Martin Burrell. M.P., have
all expressed    the    same    misgivings
about     reciprocity   drawing   Canada
closer to the United States and separ
ating  her  from  the  motherland, yet
each and all of them are equally responsible for the blunder ln the charter extension of the V. V. & E. railway   which  enables  th .incorporation
to maintain a status quo in Southern j
Hritisn    Columbia.     They    were   all
warned repeatedly of the danger    of,
letting  that  extension   slip    through
without a tlmo limit for completion'
being incorporated in it and the re
suit is .lim Hill Is given live years to;
do an eighteen months' job anl he 111
taking all the time he is allowed for j
it.    Fine statesmen these men are to
talk about Cana.la being annexed to
the  l'nited States:    Southern  UritIsl)
Columbia ls in the grip of an American railroad that Is sluicing its wealth
into American cities.   The V. V. & E.
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Two and a half story house on   lot,   66x132,  Third   avenue,  and
near Queens park.   This is a snap at $4750.   Terms to be .manged.
I     Eight roomed house on Keary street on full sized lot.   Price $2.00.
$300 cash and balance on very easy terms.
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rOr Oaie six Room House,
Corner Second and St. Patrick Street.   Cement basement.   Price
$3200;  on very easy terms.    For further particulars see
English   &   Brown
Real   Estate   and   Insurance   Agents.
520 Columbia Street, Thompson Block. Phone 908.
Your
RESTRICTION OF IMMIGRATION.  I
The  best  argument   for  restriction
Dealing with this topic of the hampering or easing of international commerce,   Andrew   Carnegie   bas   much
is doing this simply by systematically ��of immigration that we havej-ead was*  "V^-j p_aoUoal __. j..^ t_ say oq
The A. B. O. of the tariff Question."
in the May Century. He is emphatic
on the need of the free entry of the'
evading Its plain undertaking to build, presented at the Canadian Club, Tor-
the road to the coast and, with onu' onto, by Dr. MaedonaU.   The greatest
exception,  neither of those three of  danger in immigration, said the doc *
British Columbia's members in parlia
merit has a word to say.   That exception is J. D. Taylor, who endorsed tho
suggestion of a McBride pap-seeker in
the  Similkameen to "rope" Jim Hill
for not moving faster than the   law
allowed although .1. D. Taylor, M. P.,
was one of those who made the law.
Wants will be supplied from our complete stock.
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as we know the business.
tor, was not ignorance or poverty, o*-
physical disability. These might ali
be remedied. But immigrants belonging to races whose whole history was
a contradiction of democracy, no matter what their Intelligence or alertness, were a danger against which
Canada's    doors    should    be    safely
necessaries of life, but no less certain that the needed revenue should
he secured through tariff duties of the!
light kind. There are two tariffs, one
for revenue, one for protection. In
neither of these should food or the
necessaries of life be taxed. This is
fundamental,  whether  the   tariff   be
This same J. D. Taylor is very mucrj' guarded; not because the labor mar-  f__  revenue  or   protection
The Red Cross Phamacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. Cliff Block.
New   Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
exercised over the hay situation    in , ket was congested, not because of any  ^e government must have revenue',! EXPERT    PIANOFORTE    TUNER j
From John Broadwood & Sons, Lon-
Delta whicli Is part   of his   constiti. theory of "Canada    for    Canadians,", __d  because tarift  duUes  can ea���lly
ency.   ln his Westminster publication not because Canadians boasted super-, be co]lecte(, upon articles  of  luxury i do_   a_ . steln        & gon   London     i
he tells with tears in tne   ink   how iorlty to the Orientals or other races.  Importedj it   ,��� wisei   very   wise    t01 Nev\  Pianos Seiectea for'customers
American hay is ruining the market The  people of Canada dare not put avall ourselves of this source of reve
ler Delta hay in Victoria which haa' upfj BgAjfbars;    they would not   be
been Hooded with American hay that' reflbgjiijei in  the Judgment hall    of the ablmv t0 pay shouId be made t(,
has reduced the price to $16, and this   the nations.    But the supreme right'pay heavily upon luxuries which the
situation he thinks will be very much   of a self-governing nation to protect,j masses do not consume.
worse when we get reciprocity.   This   the sources of its governmental au-| _________________
statement is quite on a par with tha   thority and to maintain  the founda-
accuracy which usually characterizes   tions of its national life   was reeo_-
thc utterances of    the    member    for   nlzed  in every  civilization,  and    the
Westminster.    Inquiry has failed    to' exercise  of  that  right  was    without
reveal the fact that hay    has    beeD' offence to any civilized people.
But worse than the foreigner, In
Dr. Macdonald's opinion, was the
man who purchased his vote, and still
one degree worse was the selfish man
among intelligent and prosperous citizens whose   attitude   towards   public
selling at any time this spring for
anything like $l(i. The price of American hay today is $23 and the poorest
Jocal stuff in $18. So that much for
J. D, Taylor's reliability in quoting
figures.
But let us proceed to the argument.
Delta land is worth from    $300    to
$1000 an acre.    A good crop of    hay
will rea ize from ?<���- to $80 an aero,
*he  latter a   very    liberal    estimate
Biitish  Columbia imports millions oi
dollars   worth   of   cattle,   sheep   and
horses,    Today   Vancouver is importing potatoes froifl Ontario which retail for $3 a sack, three cents a pound.
Beef and mutton   are   always    high
priced.    Milk, cream and butter   are
high at all times on this coast.    Pota
toes  will  yield  on  Delta  lands  from
four to six times as much revenue a.
.hay will.   The same land will produce
In beef and mutton and dairy productsi
and hogs many times as much as hay i
and they will put back on the land
everything taken uut of It.    Hay farming is the very poorest kind of farm*
lng.    Delta should not sell a pound ol
hay.   it should be   buying bay   and
shipping oul  beet, mutton, pork, poultry, dairy and vegetable products, If'
reciprocity will drive the fanners ot
.Delta oul of the bay business it will
fee a mighty good thing for Delta and
for British Columbia.   Under reciprocity  Delia  fanners will  bave free access to tlie l'nite.1 Slates markets for
live  beef and  sheep and    hogv,    but
their  dead  meat  market   will  still  be
protected     if   reciprocity    does    tor
Delta   what   ,1.   D,   Taylor   predicts   it
���will do it cannot  help but be an ira
mense benefit to the fanners of the
Fraser   Kiver   valley   because   it   will
tend to better farming and the raising
��f more profitable products.    Instead
cf selling the raw   material   of   the
.arm  for tbe lowest return    it    will
cause the farmer to sell his product
in a finished state to the enrichment
4it both  his soil and his pocket book.
���Viewed  from  this angle    reciprocity
-will be a good thing for the farmer.
��of British    Columbia.    Hay    farming
���never yet made a   prosperous   com
ununity and  If reciprocity will  force
'the British    Columbia* farmers   who
| nue, because the few rich who have
Asks For Withdrawal
Of All Missionaries
(Continued from page one)
Vancouver, B. G.
ot religious unrest throughout all
Christian lands, and In which bistort
cal research anl scientific methods of
criticism have caused the gravest
policy was determined by what there! doubts to be thrown on the truth of
might be in it of selfish gain for him-' some of the fundamental propositions
self, or the superior person who talk-iof the Christian faith.
The American
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ed about the best people but abstained from all share in political campaigns and denied all responsibility
for the government of the city or the
country.
Dr. Macdonald deplored the lack in
the Canadian government of~a national ideal such us that of the government of New Zealand. The objective
of giving every citizen adequate access to opportunity, and enabling all
the people to enjoy the rewards of
honest lives of useful service." In
Canada, the doctor intimated that tha
government do not lead public opinion; they follow. The yield to clamor
here and coercion there. They aro
subject to the strongest pressure iind
move along tho lines of least resistance. That never makes for freedom
and  stability.
What is conserved for the people
here is lost by giving away some
franchise rights tliere. Education
for useful service is thwarted by the;
access to opportunity heing blocked
by special privileges. Advantages
which   the   Gnd   of   Nations   lavished
"Do the missionaries propose to
convert the China land and then wait
for the Chinese to reconvert the west?
"It is because 1 am flrmiy convinced
that some of the teachings and methods of very many foreign missionaries
are seriously defective themselves,
harmful to the people of China, and
disastrous to the causes of truth, civilization and international harmony,
that I have obliged myself to undertake the difficult and cheerless task
of issuing this appeal to the people ol
the Christian west. '
Lin   Shao-Yang   puts   a  series   ol
questions to the western people.   Are
those who are not earnest, professing
Christians, he asks, worse than their
more ardent  neighbors   in   England?
Can  It be that the people   of China,
half the population of the world, are
| reallly   doomed   to   everlasting   dam-
j nation, as the missionaries' creed, as
i he   understands  it,   posulatfv..?      Cm-
not   the missionaries  undei stand  that
| Christianity must he presented to Iho
Chinese in a form "that will bear ths
closest, critical  scrutiny?"
How nre the catch words of the ml i.
| sionaries, he asks, supeiior to those oi
Buddhism and Shintoism and Mohammedanism? The Christianity of the
missionaries, he asserts, is crude and
out of dale. Why is it not expounded
In  Its most mo lern nnd   intellectual
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without    stint,    in    the    soil,  in  tho  form?    "If I pay a visit to a modern
stream, In  the    mine,  in  the  water-  observatory, shall  I be told that  the |
sun goes round the earth because, foi
sooth, the astronomers' ancestors Ik
power, In the forest, have heen alienated from the people to make n few   ]|0VP,|  it?"
millionaires.      The    question    which     "What will the unlettered Christ!
needs to be put to the men of wealth, missionary Co with ft>ggfi_ese wFoJu
und wliich will be put in the new day
of  just  dealing,   is  not,  "how   much
money have you    got ?"    but    "how
did you get it ?"
The foolish observation by the Toronto World that the government intended to "bribe" the west by additional representation in parliament
draws the following comment from
the victoria Colonist (Con.): "When
wilt the newspapers learn that the
worst harm they can do   their   own
reud Hume, or Spencer, or McTa
gart or Bradley, or Niez.Bclie and I> i
Anti-Christ, and Is prepared to discusg
them with him? It cannot be too
strongly emphasized that the Chine; i
do not want Europe's cast-off theology and lf you Insist upon thrusting it
upon them, it is not unlikely thi t
there will some day be a terrible <*>
action, resulting in the definite exp il-
sion from China of all western religion."
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    party is to spread abroad false state-
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vance1"-ffif Intensive methods it will   servative defeats in recent years have
*_������ a good thing for thera and for thc  been  due more to idiotic   campaign
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Immigration    Inspector H. rt. Law.j'p ion2 56.   602 Columbia St.
rence  on  Saturday  arrested    twent    |   ___^____^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^
one  foreigners who were attempting i*-81 ��� ��� 	
to enter Canada by the tiwn.l rout
The bunch included Russians. Re .
manians, Montenegrins and Italia* s.
All were deported. A number .(
other aliens were turned back at ae
port on entry yesterduy morning   ,'���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Burnaby
Lots on high side of Fourth avenue,
between Sixth street car line anl
Fourth street.
We sold seven of these on Saturday.
Why ? B-ca.isc the lots are the best
and absolutely the cheapest in
Burnaby.     Prices  hold  good.
Five Hundred cash for your choice
of the balance. Terms, one-quarter
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Exclusively by
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Phone 680.
Northern Crown Block.
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SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 5 TIN ED.
GARDEN  SPADES, LONG AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN   RAKES, BTEEL AND  MALLABLE.
GARDEN   HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS. "
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
MAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Phones, Office 15 and 16.
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COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
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New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,   R117.
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couver. _ minutes each.
Third quarter���Hones Allen an;l
Harry Godfrey, Vancouver, five minutes each; V. Green, North Vancouver, five minutes. |
Last  quarter���Newsy   Lalonde  nnd
Griffith,  five minutes;   E. Carter and
Horrobin, North Vancouver, flve min-1
utes.
The football supremacy of the Cun-
ningbHm-Trapp hardware trams la
still open to question. Saturday's
game between these stalwarts resulted in a draw, each scoring one
goal.
The amateur lacrosse team which
will play against 'Victoria on the
Twenty-fourth ls to leave Vancouver
on tomorrow afternoon's one o'clock
boat for the Capital City. Tbe locals
are feeling in good shape and are confident of winning easily.
As   was    generally   expected,   the
members of the North Vancouver la-1
crosse  team failed to make good in'
their second test match against Con!
Jones'   boys   at   Recreation   park,   in
the  Terminal City on Saturday, and
as a result were refused admittance to
the H. C. L. at a subsequent meeting
of the delegates. The Limiteds scored
three goals, Vancouver tallied thirteen
times.
While lt was apparent that the applicants for a position on the league
.���ard played better lacrosse than
when they met the Salmon Bellies the
previous week, it was at the best a
poor display of the national game
which was shown and tbe game might
with a deal of truth be termed Vancouver versus Dave Gibbons. Tho
.Maple's custodian was ln his best
form and although he wu_ in m>ny
tight  corners   repeatedly   during  the
Officials.
Referee. Wells Gray; goal umpires,
P. Dunsmuir and F. T. Hearns; timekeepers, C. Young and H. B. Conrad,
penalty timers H. Campbell and S.
Thompson.
In  the  flrst  cricket  match  of  the
TWO-ROUND THOMPSON
GETS OEST OF CROOKS
1 team figured, played at Moody square
'on Satmday, the locals defeated tbe
��� B. C. E. B. (Vancouver) tejKm by 54
' runs to F>3, Had not one of*'the visitors made a short run on a four-hit,
the B. C. B. B. would have tied or
j possibly won. F. A. Rose made the
I most runs for the Westminsters, while
! A. Hall led the visitors.
Westminster Boxer Wins  by  Default
in Short Affair at Sumas, Wash.���
Surly Opponent Uulta.
In the first Junior lacrosse game of
the season, played at Queens park on
i Saturday morning, the  Hustlers    de-
I feated the Tigers by six goals to two.
Scorers for the winners were N. Forrester.   A. Annandale (two), H. Stod-
j dard and W. Rennle (two). N. McNee
j scored the two tallies for the Tigers.
I The    Hustlers    played    eleven    men
j against twelve.
MIRACULOUS RESULTS
IN J1NVEGAN, C.a
GIN PILLS Brought Relief
"I suffered untold misery even when
under treatment from tbe best doctors
for over ten months, and nothing seemed
to do me any good or relieve my painful
condition. My trouble was Inflammation of Kidneys and Bladder.
I finally determined to go to the Victoria
Hospital, Halifax ,for treatment.
Two days, however, before my intending departure, a neighbor called and
happening to have a GIN PILL in
his pocket, insisted on my taking it. I
did so and six hours after taking it, the
results and benefits I derived were
simply nothing more or less than miraculous. Instead of going to tbe hospital,
I sent for a bok of GIN PlLLSSrith the
result that I am a cured man. I recommend GIN PILLS to everyone suffering
from Kidney Trouble."
Lewis MacPhjirson.
Take GIN PILLS on oar positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money promptly refunded. 50c. a box
���6 for J2.50���sent on receipt of price
if your dealer does not handle GIN
PILLS. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept B.C., Toronto. 12
As Grover Crooks, of Sumas, failed
to answer the gong at the commencement of the third round of hTS'boxln;
bout against Jack Thompson, of this
city, on Saturday evening at Sumas,
. - -.       .the "Two Rounder"  won  by default,
game, he cleared the ball away from Uegplte the fact tliat both had ugreed
his cltldal in a manner which called | to box under strict QUeen3l)eny ru|e8
forth hearty plaudits.    He had not the        -.-.-���-���
Buy   Land   in   Manitoba.
Winnipeg, May 21.���John   A. Craig,
Vancouver, has purchased a valuable
half section of farm land from W. J.
Graves,  close  to  Brandon  fo- JIlR.Oftn
Th. orlflnal
Oln Pills made by
National Drag and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only In this box.
support which wub required to stand
ofl the opposition and In many of 0
plays Gibbons had to flght his battles
���Ingle handed.
Everyone watched keenly the Initial
workout of the near-champions, in
view of what promises to be a series
of hard battles for the Minto and
Haitney tropliles.
Newsy Closely Watched.
Considering Newsy Lalonde the
most dangerous man on the home, tho
Maples game him steady attention,
with the result that he waB unable tn
show that sterling play which he has
associated his name. Repeatedly ho
shot blindly and his passes were oftei
wide of thc mark. In the second quar
ter of the game he received a nasty
cut on the mouth, the result of a
charge behind goal.
Fitzgerald was the one bright star
on tho fleld. Everything he did wa..
accomplished in a manner all hls
own. Time and again he accepted and
gave passes which were little short
of marvellous nnd he fully merltel
the applause which, at different times
during the game, was showered upon
him.
Ions checked well, but he was not
ln his best form Saturday. Carter's
movements were closely watched and
while it cannot be Bald that he made
lactKtSSe history In this game, ho
proved that against better company
ie will need watching.
Dot  Phelan  Not Classy.
Phelan fell down dismally. He did
not seem to be able to do anything
rightly and Con acted wisely ln taking him of the team after the second
Quarter. Adamson coming in more
than made amends for the misplaced
man and scored three goals.
North Vancouver representatives
played a deal rougher than on their
flrst appearance. Referee Wells Gray
had a strong hand on them all the
time and ,stood for no tactics which;
wouRT have reflected to the discredit
of the stickhandlers. In some quar-1
ters regret was expressed that tho;
���club had been refused admittance to
association, but the officials stated
.-that the play witnessed on the oeca
alon of both tests was of such poor
calibre that patrons of the game
would not have paid to see the now
rejected Maples up against cither
Westminster or Vancouver.
The teams lined out as follows:
Vancouver��� N. Vancouver.
Goal. {
Clarke       Gibbons'
Point.
Griffith   MoConaghVi
Cover Point.
Pickering     Clarkson
First  Defense.
ions       Carter
Second  Defence.
Godfrey       McKeown
Third   Defence.
Matheson       Green
Centre.
West         Longfellow
Third   Home. '
Fitzgerald    ������   Munday
Second   Home.
Phelan and Adamson B. Murray
First  Home.
Carter       B.  Murray
Outsidfi   Home.
  Arnold
Inside   Home.
 Marshall and Horrobin
Goal   Summary.
First Quarter.
Vancouver, 4 minutes.
Vancouver,   . minutes.
Vancouver, 12 min*
and to break on the    order    of    the I
referee, neither man    apparently    re-1
membered this stipulation, the result '���
being that the    display    was,    while
.iKii t. and sweet, a very warm proposl-
tion.    Immediately the    lads    Btarted j
1 looks forced the other to the ropes'
and   Thompson   reposed   for   a   little 1
while ln tlie laps of the    ringslders.
Crooks affirmed  that he haujtlipped 1
and  did  not  intentionally   throw   his |
man.
After Thompson had scored to the j
face and ribs with telling blows,
Crooks lost his temper and refused I
to break on the call or even at the I
bell, friends jumping Into the ring |
and absolutely prieing the blffera
apart.
The second   (and  last)   round  was'
even more pepi ery.    Although giving
away weight and height, the Westmin-
ater Russian took the upper hand ln
the  discussions,  which   were  all    at
short   range,  so  short,  ln   fact,   that
one couldn't see   between    the    pair
with a search warrant.   Crooks claim-1
ed a foul, but this was rightly disallowed.    He continued to contest matters ln a sultry manner, but the short
arm visitations from Thompson were
not  to hls  liking,  and  while his  replies had plenty of kick behind them -
he swung wildly.    During the Interval
he remembered  that  he had suggested something about being fouled and
to be ln  keeping with his argument,'
und      surrounded      by     ninety-three j
friends and admirers, he did  not an-l
swer the signal to resume hostilifleF,'
and according to all rules of the box-!
Ing world, lost the decision.    A number  of  other  bouts,    wrestling    and'
boxing,  were decided    and    afforde.l
capital sport to the fans in attendance
at the I. O. O. T. hall.
BASEBALL AS SEEN
BY THE JAPANESE
Lalonde
Alien
1���Ions
2���Fitzgerald
3��� Hones Allen
utes. _
Second   Quarter.
4���E. Murray. N. Vancouver
utes.
5���Fitzgerald.   Vancouver
onds.
(;__lons, Vancouver, .. 1--
7���Matheson, Vancouver, 10 1-2 minutes.
Third   Quarter.
Vancouver. 3 minute 1.
N. Vancouver, 6 min-
. min-
30    soc
minutes.
4  minutes.
2 minutes.i
1-2 min-
8���Fitzgerald,
fi���Longfellow
utes.
10���Adamson,  Vancouver,
Last   Quarter,
ll���Fit.7-pral''. Vancouver,
12���Munday, N. Vancouver
utes.
13���West. Vancouver.  4 minutes.
14���Adamson, Vancouver, 1 minute.
IS���Adamson,   Vancouver,  fi  1-2  minutes.
lfi���Fitzgerald, Vancouver, 1 1-2 minutes.        ���
Penalties.
First   nuarter���E.   Munday,   North
Vancouver, 3 minutes.
(By Sutikichl Malsuda, Waseda University.)
"The game of baseball Is the gift of
the L'nited States to Japan. Only 11
few years ago we knew nothing of
this honorable game. Now tlie little
ones in the streets of Tokio play it.
The excitement which attends a game
of baseball with us is so great that
for four years now there have been
no contests between the team of
Waseda and the team of Kelo, her
rival in Tokio.
"Four yeais ago we ha:l planned a
series of three games with Kelo.
They won the flrst game. Waseda
won the second. As the time for the
third contest came near excitement
among the students was - growing
stronger and stronger. Students ot
Waseda were ready to do battle with
students of Kelo. Finally our president decided that the game must not|
take place lest the students shou xl he-
come even more excited and somebody be killed. Now we play games
with high school boys anl with other
Waseda teams.
"Baseball is the first group game
we ever have played in Japan. We
had formerly jiu jltsu. fencing and
archery, but no outdoor sports in
whicli teams could play against each
oilier. Thnt Is tbe great advantage
of baseball���that many can iday ii at
once. We like the game because It
Is new, so different from our other
Sports.    It is a most exciting game.
"We   find   that   the   most    difficult
thing to learn In baseball is the batting.    That is  hard���to hit   the   ball
and so hit It that one can run t_ first
base  before  the  ball   thrown  by   the
I other hand of the fielder reaches that
place.     We  have  not   had   as   nine .
practice in batting as we have needed,    ln Japan most of our games are
I with too young players,  who do not
1 make lt difficult enough for us ta beat
them.    We should have more expert-
1 ence.   Already we have learned much
I ln  the  l'nited  Slates       We  hope to
learn more."
May Day   Celebration
NOTICE.
The May Day committee, wishing
to completely wind up the affairs o
the celebration at their next meeting,
desire all accounts against them presented on or before Wednesday evening, May 24th, 1911, addressed to the
May Day Committee, P. O. Box 311,
City.
Children Often Need a '"'V"'you Tnot _. 5
careful what you give them.   Harsh
purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for
life-long troubles.   The new
evaeuant ln
^^^^^^^^^      does the work most
effectively without irritating the boweU
or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste
like candy.   One of the most popular ol the NA-DRU-CO preparations.
23c . box.   If your .rue.'.st hu nol y.t nocked th.m. tend 25c and w. will irall tham. 20
National Drus -���>- Chemicl Company of Canada, Limited,       ���       ���        M.ntr..!.
See Our Window!
And be convinced that we
offer the best values obtainable for City Property both
in Desirable Homes and Lots
to build upon.
Burnaby-Lots from $500
to $750; adjoining the Sum-
ners Iron Works and facing
carline. Decided Snaps; prices
and terms reasonable.
Port Mann-About thirty acres
adjoining townsite. Now is the
time to buy. Price and terms favorable.
Joseph Travers
Walker Block, 421 Columbia St., New Wettmintter
Money to Loam
ON MORTGAGES
AgreementsgfSale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street' New Wettmintter
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City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
W.  H.  KEARY,   Thompson Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone fi. 520 Columbia street
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MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor!
We have Bome good lots 1n Sapperton ln fine locations. Price,
$550 and $��l00; terms $50 to $60 cash, balance $10 per montli.
BURNABY���Some high fine lots corner First avenue and Cumberland street, 85ft. frontage Price $425 to $475, terms $50 cash,
balance $10 per month.
Within a minute of city car 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.
I Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
Specials
For Sale
Phone 929.
LOTS ON FOURTH ST., BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH
AVENUES $1100.00. $350.00 GASH. BALANCE 6, 12 AND 18
MONTHS.
SPLENDID LOT ON HAMILTON STREET. $950.00. $350.00
CASH.    BALANCE 6 AND 18 MONTHS.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Room 16, Collister Block.
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.
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin
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MONDAY,   MAY   22,   1911.
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CAPITAL, $1,000,000
All Shares Fully Paid.   Par Value $1.00 Each
Officers:
LOUIS D. TAYLOR, PRESIDENT, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.
J.   H.   CARLISLE,   VICE-PRES.,   CHIEF OF FIRE  DEPT., CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.
E. C. TRAVES, 2ND VICE-PRES., MRG. P. BURNS & CO., LTD., NEW   WESTMINSTER.
En the PLUMB CENTRE of the PROVEN OIL BASIN and surrounded by Producing Wells.
The C. P. R. have stated publicly that all their engines will use oil for fuel. Their boats are already doing so. Within five years every engine on every railroad and every steamer throughout the
world will be running on oil fuel.   This is an acknowledged fact.
Last year's consumption of oil was 340,600,000 BARRELS.   In 1915 you will have to multiply this 100 times.
The big oil corporations, Standard, Imperial, American Petroleum, Reed Crude, United Petroleum,
Union C il, etc., etc., have all made their fortunes out of oil selling at from 40c. to 52. per barrel.
The Alaska Oil Fields' (Limited) Oil is worth $2.00 to $3.00 per barrel.
200,000 Shares are being offered at 25c. per share of $1.00 each fully paid to enable this property to be quickly developed.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE to come in right now at the start and make your fortune quick. These
shares will be worth a dollar each inside of a few months.
Make yoisr application at ONCf: to the selling agents, The
Telephone 21 78. 605 Dominions Trust Building, Vancouver, B.C.
These offices w.i! he kept open on Saturday aifteri'fens till 5 o'clock, and every evening from 7 till 9 o'clock.
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MONDAY,   MAY   22,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of | NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
Coast���Take notice tbat I, C. John- TRICT���District of New Westmin!
son, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Bter, B. C.���Take notice that Harry i
occupation carpenter. Intends to apply Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
for permission to purchase the fol- Broker, intends to apply for permls
lowlug described lands: Commencing I glen to purchase the following d.s-
at a post planted ut the southeast aid.  crlbed  lands:
QUEEN QF ACTRESSES
PRAISES PE-BU-NA
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37602,
tlience west 80 chains, thence north
40 cliains, tlience east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
3_0 acres more or lesB.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to appiy
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, theuce north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence following
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, which point is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the said Oreen
lake, tbence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 cbalns, tlience east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Oreen
lake, thence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (1C0) acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22,   1911.
CENSUS QUESTIONS      QUEEN MOTHER IS
COVER WIDE RANGE!     A GREAT MUSICIAN
NEW  WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict  of  New   Westmln-
  _ ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
shore line in southwesterly direction | G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occu-
to northeast corner of Squlrell 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.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  1,   Emma
Dick, of Vaucouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, intend to apply  for. forty chain.:
patlon married woman, intends to imply for permission to purchase tbe
following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous rlv.-
er, about two chains north of tbe
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north or tbe north end
of Daisy Lake and marked Nortli
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
thence    north    eighty
	
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FORMER    TEACHER     SAYS     SHE ***.
POSSESSES      RARE      MUSICAL   BILODEAU
ATTAINMENTS AND HAS WRIT
TEN SEVERAL   COMPOSITIONS
Retires After 47 Years.
Montrea], May 19���William Robb.
who hus served the corporation of
Montreal as accountant, auditor,
comptroller and city treasurer during
the past forty-seven years, will retire
at the end of the present year. He
will be entitled to a pension of $4125
during the remainder of liis life.
EXPRESSES   THANK3.
Loss   Is
Prompt Settlement of  Flre
Acknowledged.
Mr. Alfred  VV.  McLeod has   again
given evidence of the prompt manner
| in which the companies   represented
London, May 21.���Few people  out-' by him settle all legitimate claims, as
I your house or place of business next' side her family and her most intimate j '* shown by the following letter
J month, don't be at a loss   to   know j friends knew until the other day that: New Westminster
| how to answer the questions he will  QueeQ Alexandra ,B an expert   man.
.ask you.    Perhaps lf he caught youi , ,
I unawares you might unwittingly give. dollnlst*    Her   tutor, Signor   Leopold
him a lot of Information that  is not | Francia, has now
  told how he   first!
absolutely accurate. I met his royal pupil ln 1896, when ho
In order to assist you In this com-i was appointed director of the Ladies'
pilatlon of the facts, and prepare you i Mandolin and Guitar Band orchestra.
for the visit of the   enumerator   tbe I    This organization consisted of sixty
���Maters become anemic, and nerroos 'News herewith presents a number of of the  most  higbly  born  women In
���debility 1* tbe result. | the most important questions that will  England. Including Oueen Alexandra
be asked:
Your name.
Relationship to  head of family or
household.
permission to purchase the following! chains;   tlience  west forty  chains to
described   lunds:     Commencing  at  a
pott planted at the southeast corner
of  W.  I'.   S.   142,    tbence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chalnB, tbence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains lo point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acre, more or les.,
EMMA  DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District cf
COAST���Take notice thut I, George
Osljoru, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpenter, Intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the fol.owing
described lund3:    Commencing at    a
post  planted  10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east 60 chains, thence south ���0 chains,
tlience west 60 chains, tlience north
.0 chains, containing .CO ucres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
point  of commencement,    containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 765.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been   made   to   register   Edwin   John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, un-j
der a  Tax  Sale  Deed   from   Edward
i Ashley Wilmot, Assessor of Dykes, t'>!
I Edwin  John  Bond,  bearing date  the:
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all j
and   singular   that   certain   parcel   or
tract of land and premises situate, ly
lag and being in the District of New]
. Westminster, in the Province of British      Columbia,      more     particularly
i known and described as Lot 59, sub-
j division of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through w
under you and all persons claiming
| any Interest In the said land by vlr-
I tuo of auy unregistered instrument,
\ and all persons claiming any interest
| in  the  said  lan 1   by  descent,  whose
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER
b.U
Single, married, widowed, divorced
or legally separated.
Month and year of birth.
Age at last birthday.
Country or place of birth.
Year of Immigration to Canada (If
an Immigrant).
Year of naturalization   lf   formerly
an alien.
Race or tribal origin.
Nationally.
Religion.
Chief occupation or trade.
Employment otber than at chief occupation or trade. If any. ^_^^^^^^^^^^      ���
Employer, employee or working on ! played at the marriage  of Lady Bea
own account.
Where employed.
Weeks employed  In  1910 at   other
than chief occupation or trade.
B   C.
20th May, 1911.
Alfred  W.  McLeod.  Esq., the   Insurance Man, New Westminster:
Dear Sir���I have pleasure In   receiving cheque in payment of flre loss
at my hotel Friday night.
I thank you for the   most   prompt
and efficient settlement.
Yours   truly,
(Signed) P.   O. BILODEAU.
Proprietor Windsor Hotel.
Ingland, Including Queen Alexandra,
then of course Princess of Wales. For
three or four years in succession Signor Francia used to go every summer
to Kensington palace or to Bridge-
water House. Lady Ellesmere's house
ln St. James.' Queen Margherlta, of
Italy, an expert mandollnlst, had set
the  fashion  for tbis instrument and
from  Rome,  Naples   and   Milan   the    ____^___^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
fashion spread to this country. SEALED  TENDERS   addressed  to
"Queen Alexandra," says Signor the undersigned aud endorsed "Ten-
Francla, "had rare musical attain-1 ders for supply of Steam Coal," will
ments. She played both piano and j be received at this office until 4 p. m.
guitar with great skill und feeling lon Wednesday, May 24th, 1911. for
and her knowledge of harmony and I the supply of Steam Coal to the B. C.
counterpoint was remarkable. She has! Fleet of Dredges.
written several compositions of real! Forms of tender can "be procured at
beauty. One of these, 'A Weddln .' the office of William Henderson, Esq.,
March,' for piano and mandolin, was'Resident   Architect,    Victoria, B. C,
 from the Postmaster, Vancouver, and
trice Egerton and Mr. Kemp. | also at the office of the undersigned,
"She appeared several times on the; in New Westminster, B. C.
concert   platform  with   mandolin   or |     Persons tendering are notified that
NOTICE   TO   CITY   ARCHITECTS.
Wanted, nn architect for the season's" work by the Hoard of School
Trustees. State experience in school
architecture. Applications received
until the 24th inst.
R. LENNIE, Secretary.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ guitar. Only a few ladies of th9
Hours  of work  time  per  week  at  court and her tutor were in the secret.
other occupation, if any. I When she appeared on tbe platform
Total  earnings in 1910  from   chief   she  dressed  like the other members
occupation. j of the Ladies' Orchestra, ln   a hlack
Total  earnings In  1910  from  other   costume  relieved  by a   sash   of red,
than  chief   occupation   or   trade,  it  black  and  yellow If she  played the
any. I guitar.   No one could detect her iden-
Rate of earnings per hpur when em-1 tlty, as she always appeared on the given
tenders will be not considered unless
made on forms supplied, and signed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case of firms, the actual
signature, the nature of the occupation, and tbe place of residence of
each member of the  flrm   must   be
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc 	
cupation broker, Intend to apply for;tItl�� is not registered under the pro-
permission to purchase the following visions of the ���"--���* �����__��_- ��--������
described   lands:     Commencing  at  n
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
post planted at the southwest corner
���of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
���40 chains, tlience north 60 chains,
theuce eaat 60 chains, thence south
40  cliains,   thence  east    20    chains,
Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest tlie claim of |
the tax purchaser within forty-five |
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in defuult of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of redemption before reglstr..-
Re the east half of suburban lot 55, j
block 5 (except the roadway), lu;
the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the  loss of cer ���'
tiflcate of title number 3352A, issue 1
in the name of Mary E. Williams, has,
been filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I sha'.l,!
at the expiration of one month from}
the date of the flrst publication here-
40
thence   south   	
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   16th,  1911.
chains,  containing tlon* >'ou aml eRon of -you wUI be for-1 of, in a daily newspaper published in! death
ploye-.l  by the hour���cents.
Insurance held at date, upon life;
against accident or sickness.
Cost of insurance ln census year.
Educative.
Months at school in 1910.
Can you read.
Can you write.
Language commonly spoken.
Cost of education in 1910 for persons over 16 years of age at college,
convent or university.
Infirmities���
Blind, deaf and dumb, crazy or lunatic, idiotic or silly.
Mortality���
Particulars as to date and cause o.'
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
���described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
tlience east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containiug 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.	
ever estopped an.l debarred from set-
! ting up any claim to or in respect of
1 the said land, aud I shall register !.<!-
| win John liond as owner thereof in
! fee. And I hereby order that public. |
: tion of this notice for thirty days in !
a daily newspaper published in New j
Westminster wil! be good aud suf-1
! flcient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office, i
n | New   Westminster,   Province  of   Brit-:
ish   Columbia, this   8th day of May,!
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
' Joshua  Davies  Estate.
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in  writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New  Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,   1911.
program under the name of Countess I    The Department   does not bind it-
tJage-'   _^ ! seit to accept the lowest or any ten-
SHATTERED ROMANCE. 1***' By order,
_ ���_   .   _     ..      ..    ._   .   _.. H. A. BAYFIELD,
Bnde-to-Be  Has Decided   That   Mar- j Superintendent of Dredges,
riage  Is a Failure. Department of Public Works, New
Winnipeg, May 19.���A new type .of; Westminster, B. C, May   12th, 1911.
Scotch girl appeared at the   immigra-|    Newspapers   will  not  be  paid   for
tion hall yesterday morning for a posi! this advertisement   if they insert tt
tion as a domestic.   She did not speak | without  authority   from   the   Depart-
broad Scotch, but Just enough to be-1 ment.
tray her former relationships.    "Did ! ___________________________________
you bring any recommendations with ^~~~~~~*
you?"  asked  an  officer. F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
"Na." was the reply, "I did'na think  ~      ������ .. _��   r>     u
it  would be needful    I came oot ex-: ��$$&% MCFCer ft  Gardiner,
Name of physician and his P. O.
address.
Disability and compensation���Nature of loss of injury caused by accident; cause of accident; weeks ot
disability and census year; loss of
salary or other earnings in census
year; voluntary allowance to employee by  employer for loss  of time
        through sickness or accident.
  |    Compensation   by   employer   under
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,  statute,
excepted the southerly 12 feet here-      Compensation by insurance in cen-
tofore  conveyed,  in  the   district   of sus year.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of -certificate of Title number 11690F, issued
ln the name of Joseph Campbell, has
been filed in this office. ,
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District
of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted southeast corner of
T. L. 31792, thence north 80 chains,
tbence east 80 chains, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.	
Re Iot3 1 to 11 Inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30Ut the expiration of one month from
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions the date of the first publication hereof the south half of section IS. ��� of, in a dally newspaper published in
township 2, New Westminster dls- j the City of New Westminster, issue a
trlct. ! duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
A certificate of indefeasible title to | less in the meantime vaid objection
the above property will be issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me In wilting by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or iu any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Ofiice,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.,
District Registrar of Tit!e3.
Land   Registry  Office,   New  Westminster, B. C, May 2. 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Complaints having been made that
  j damage  has been  done by  boys    to
_, ,     ,        ,     property by the use of sling shots or.
The  person  or  persons  liaving    in   catapuit8.     Notice   is   hereby    given!
their  custody  or  possession  the  toi;   that  anyone  found  committing  suchi
lowing title deeds relating to the said! damage to publl(. or ��rivate property]
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that 1, Hannah
Ruehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa-i       	
tlon  spinster, intends to apply    for property are requested to deliver the|-^ij"~be _ro_e_uted
permission to purchase the following  same to the undersigned. \v   .   iirvrw  ru - pi   _
described   lands:     Commencing  at  a      (a)  13th March, 1895.    Grant from;  ________
post planted at the southeast corner  the crown to Farquhar McRae. ..     ,   .        , ____
th.nce west 80 chains,'     (b)    Conveyance  in  fee  from  Far-'     CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
���of T. L. 31792. ^^^^^^^^
thence south 80 chains, thence east
-80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
��ilo acres more or lass.
HANNA BDKHLER,
* Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take   notice   that   I,   James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-:
wan. occupation broker,    Intends    lo
apply for permission to purchase the;
tollowing described lands:  Commenc-
quhar Mckae to Benjamin tfte\euson
(c)     15th  August.  1901.    Benjamin:
Stevenson  to  J.   D.   Buchanan.    Con-
veyance in fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage,
(d> 21st March. 1902. Conveyance
ln fee from .1. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE),   KDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.      |
The corporation invite tenders for 1
the luying of approximately flve miles;
of cement sidewalks on the following I
streets:
Sixth Ave., Eighth to Tentli Sts.
Fifth Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
St.  Andrews  St.,  Eighth  to Tenth
Sts. |
Fourth  Ave., Eighth  to Tenth  Sts.
Third Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
Tenth   St.,  Third  to  Sixth  Aves.
Ninth St., Third to Sixth Aves.
Fourth St., Columbia St. to Sixth
Ave
Re north half of lot 34, blo.'k "B," subdivision of lot 30, group 2, st
Boundary Bay, map 712, In the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tho loss of cer-, ^^^^^m^^-,���.
tiflcate of title number 9410F, issued j office of the City Engineer, City Ha!'.
Brlssac I    Tenders to be deposited with    the
Plans, specifications and further information may be obtained from the anumerative district In 1911.
Arthur    de
the ���
west side of the ^^^^^^^^^^^
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated the 7th dav of March, 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald  Sargent, Agent.
City Clerk.
ing 	
ing at 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 320 acres more or less.      I
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,    I ln the name of    ,.       _
Boone Keilln, Agent.' Owen, has been filed in this office.       undersigned by 5 o'clock p.m. on Mon
Dated April 19th, 1911. |     Notice is hereby given that 1 shall.'day
-������-���������-���������������-������������--������������ nt the expiration of one month from
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-1 the date of the flrst publication here
TRICT���District of New Westmln- of, In a daily newspaper published in
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, J. I the City of New Westminster, issue u
FitzGerald Sargent, of London.Eng- duplicate of the said certi .cate, unless
land, Clerk ln Holy Orders.intends to In the meantime vali.l objection be
apply for permission to purchase the ��� made to me ln writing,
following described  lands: C. S. KEITH,
Commencing at a post planted on] District Registrar of Titles.
E, end of Alpha lake, on thej    Land  Registry  Office,    New  West-
Pemberton    Trail, I minster, I). C, May 9, 1911.
Houses and  buildings, fruit, etc.���
Houses inhabltated.
Houses vacant.
Houses in construction.
Rooms in inhabited houses.
Barns, stables and other buildings.
Buildings for business purposes.
Total acres occupied.
Acres owned.
Acres leased or rented.
Acres improved.
Acres unimproved.
Acres in natural forest.
Acres In marsh or waste land.
Acres In pasture.
Acres in summer fallow 1910.
Acres in orchard and nursery.
Acres ln vegetables.
Acres in vineyard.
Acres in small fruits.
Apples,  peach, pear, plum,   cherry
and others.
Fruit trees���number bearing, number non-bearing.    Bushes in 1910.
Pounds grapes, boxes strawberries.
Currants   and   gooseberries, quarts.
Other small fruits���boxes.
Tons of natural ice cut and stored
In winter. '
Acres of land owned in Canada outside district.
Agricultural, grain and other field
crops 1910, acres, bushels and  value.
hoed crops and grain and other
field crops, acies 1911.
Animals and animal products.
Pure bred animals registered.
Farm and urban values, real estate
and live stock in enumerative district.
Live stock and nursery stock sold
in  1910.
Dairy products consumed on farm,
sent to factories or sold in 1910.
Animals slaughtered on farm, 1910.
Others products of the farm.
Hired labor on farm In 1910.
Value of all lands and   buildings���
not manufacturing  establishments  or
mines, owned  in  Canada,  outside   of
! pectin' to marr'ret."
!     "Well, are  you going to  be   mar-
i rled?" asked the oflicer.
"Na." she said again. "I was gaun
to Calgary, but I'm no gaun noo. I
heard something on the way oot that
I did'na like. Ye ken it's a life-Ion,?
engagement, and I'd rather rue before
hand. I'll no' tak yon Jock. Can
I get a poseetion?"
This girl was of most 'pleasing appearance and gave every evidence of
capability, she was not long in doubt
( with reference to the openings in this
town and tills afternoon she is happily at work in the home of one of
the best known families in the   city.. _ ,   ,. _,_       .
Meanwhile tbere is a Scotchman   in ��� ��ce- Blair s Cigar store. Office phone
Calgary eagerly  looking for a  bride j L 508- Residence phone 501.
who is due to ge the severest jolt nf'������ ���-���-���
his life in a very short time.
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent of-
UGLY BABY GIVEN  AWAY.
Aurora   Couple   Didn't    Like    Child's
Looks;   Send  It to Strangers.
Chicago, May 18.���Because their
baby was not pretty, an Aurora couple
turned it over to the Aurora hospital,
asking that a home be found for It.
The authorities refused to divulge the
name of the couple, but say that they
are prominent in social circles and
that the baby is of norma! size, has
big brown eyes, and is strong. Numerous Aurora people have asked that
they be allowed to adopt the baby.
May 29th, 1911.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
May 16th, 1911.
For Up-to-date
RINTING
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 1 p. m.,
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plan., specification and form of contract can be seen und forms of tender obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, nnd at this Departmenl.
Persona tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed wilh their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation und place of I
residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
i     Each  tender must be  accompanied
' by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank,  payable  to  the  order   of   the
  Honourable  the   Minister   of   Public
_,.,���...      ,���     -,_ Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p cl
Perth, Ont.. May 19.-The report on of lhe amount 0, the tende-( wlllcil
social and mora reform was the prin- _.���, be foi.feUed lf tne ,)el.son telulei,
cipal feature of the closing session , ���-������_. t0 entei. int0 con���.ll(.t
of the  Presbyterian  Synod   of  Mon-  when called t0 df)       or full  t0
treal and Ottawa here this afternoon   complete the work contracted for.   lt
Presented  by  Rev.  J.  U.  Tanner, it  the tender be not accepted tUe cheQUe
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Victoria Day
FARE and
One-Third
FOR SOUND TRIP
Good going May 21 to 24, returning
until May 2���.
Atlantic express leaves 8:30 a.m.
Imperial  Limited   leaves  3:55  p.m.
For rates and full particulars apply
to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,.     Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
WOULD LIMIT AGE
AT   PICTURE
SHOWS
P
GO TO
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THP   DAILY NEWS
had much to say ..bout the evils of
| moving picture shows, Sabbath observance, the social evil, and other
matters, and three strong resolutions
were passed in this connection.     Ab
I regards moving picture shows, the
general verdict was that us at present    conducted   they   were   unwhole-        ^
I some to young people and disastrous  tawaMay"iif 1911
���_*����_._._.. .. __              ti a   t i Jt0 t��e,r, m��ral VH'ATCi   ThevaPP��int: (Newspapers will not be paid for
Estimates given on any kind of job ment of proper inspectors, a hoard of tm advertisement if   they   insert it
printing.                                                    censorship, and the establish ng of an without   author)ty   from   the   D       .,
Thompson Block.                  Phone 388. *Pe limit of 15 or 16 for entrance to ment).
nuch shows was recommended.
Jackson Printing Co'y
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C.  DESilOCHEUS,
! Secretary.
Department of Public   Works. Ot-
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Daily
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily 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	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
I Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver j
; a
\
*msss
*.:,.**��� ISM*"''-'      .*!**-*
mm< PACE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
MONDAY,   MAY   22,   1911.
I
'
'
^���"Coiorwar
l._��iv Mower.
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
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one ot the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A.W. McLeod
City News
Three drunks await the pleasure of
the police magistrate this morning.
May  hats   from
Moore's.
$1
up    at    Mr_.
�����
ft
INSURANGt
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
I
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
MUlfi'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Weetmlnrter. B.C.
Misses Elsie and Hyta Kmett, of
Chilliwac... were week-end visitors In
Westminster.
For spring plants and cut flowers j
phone Davles aud S.n, Heists. Phone j
897. **    l
White Hock Is the ideal place for ;<
summer camp. Spend Wednesday
there.   You'll like it. ���*    I
If you want to really enjoy your
holiday on the Twenty-fourth go to
White Hock, the ideal summer resort. **
Ladles, see our large choice of
hats. Prices from $1 up. Mrs.
Moore. **
The funeral of Benjamin Jones, u
plumber, who died at the Hoyal Columbian hospital on Friday, will take
place this morning, interment being
in Ihe Church of Kngland cemetery.
Deceased, who was thirty-five years
of uge, was a native of North Wales.
W. K. Fales has charge of the funeral.
The lacrosse match on the ..th ofl
May  will  be a stunner.    Don't rals. I
n. ������   j
Diamond's barber shop has now r_-|
moved from corner of Columbia street!
and iiegbie, to Hegbie street, next to
Motel Russell. **
Tomorrow evening at eight o'clock
a public meeting will be held ln the
city hall when George A lams, of the
Henry George lecture organization,
will speak on "The Commercial Form
of Government of Our Cities."
Just round the corner from the old
stand, up Begbie street, there you
will find Aitchlson. the tailor.       **
The bartenders of this city and
their friends enjoyed a picnic to Derby, near Langley, yesterday, the Paystreak, chartered for the occasion.
leaving the B.-K. wharf at 9:30 o'clock
and returning here with a happy
crowd on board ut seven in the evening.
A large selection of hats at prices
to suit. Mrs. Moore, Columbia
street. **
Gamon's cigar store has removed
to Begbie street, foor doors above Columbia street. ���*
Dance! Dance! Dance! Eagles'
Hall, May 24. Hushton's Orchestra,
Tommy Breen floor manager. Admission ?1.00, ladies free. **
Your opportunity now���A client
������ants to borrow $7500 for three years.
The security Is ample and the rate o*'
interest worth investigating. W. F.
Edmonds, loan specialist, C13 Columbia stieet. **
At the annual election of Local No.
682, of the 1. T. U., held yesterday. W.
II. Smith was unanimously chosen,
president for the year. R. A. Stotney
was re-elected secretary-treasurer. J.
J. Randolph was elected to represent
the Westminster typos at the I. T. U
convention to be held in San Francisco during tho week commencing;
August 14.
For Rent���Commodious, well arranged ground floor office. National
Finance   Co.,    Ltd.,   521 Columbia
stieet. **
If you are looking for a good runabout  automobile,  which   is   for  sale
for cash, or exchange for local pi op-1
erty, write  or call   on  W.  B.  Sweet, I
room' 7, K. of P. block. **    j
The British Isles Public School club
will hold an informal dinner in the
Grill Bijou room, Vancouver, on Friday, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be o.-:
tained from E. A. Paige, this city, or'
Secretary J- L. Rainier. P. O, ;>ox 924,;
Vancouver.. Old public school boys,
not members of tbe association, will,
be cordially welcomed, and may pro-,
cure tickets from either of the above:
named member.,
iiairdres.lng. manicuring, massaging; room 6 .Market block, over Hunter's.    Phone S70. **
For Rent���Commodious, well arranged ground floor Ofiice. National
Finance Co., Ltd., d.l Colombia
street. ���*
The funeral of the late Captain
Grant Terhune, a former sea captain.
who died at his residence. Keary [
Btreet, .apperton. on Friday at the-
age of sixty-seven, will take place at
two o'clock this afternoon, Interment
being in the I. O. 0. F. cemetery. Do-
ceased, who was born in Nova Scotia
leaves a widow to mourn his loss. W.
E. Fales has charge of the funeral
arrangements.
Reserved seats now on sale at
Ryall's for tho lacrosse match, West-j
minster vs. Vancouver, May 24th, at;
Queens park, **
For  Rent���Dry,  well   lighted    and'
ventilated basement 22x70 feet.    Well j I
suited to storage of any class cf mer-i
cl.indite.    National Finance Co., Ltd.,11
521 Columbia street. ���*
Edward    Schwann,    a    brother    of
Charles Schwann, proprietor of   the!
, Colonial   hotel,  died   yesterday   morn-,
ing   of   general   debility.    Deceased!
j was fifty-three years of age. and was
formerly  a  hotel    keeper.     Uorn    Inl
| Germany,  he  came to  tbis    country
; many years ago. but had only resided
in   Westminster  a  short   time.    The
, funeral, which Is under the charge o;,
I VV,  E.  Fales,  will  take place  tomor-'
I row   afternoon,   when  the   body   will
I be laid at rest    in    the    Vancouver
Mount    Pleasant   cemetery.   in   the
family plot, where two brothers and
a nephew of the deceased are buried.
T. Todd and J. Cathcarth, of Stranraer, Scotland, are guests of Charles
McNeil, 209 Oakland street.
Spring salmon are reported to bo
strong on the Skeena river and the
fisheries boat Falcon has been order. ,|
to proceed there this morning with
officials.
Wanted���To purchased agreements
of sale. National Finance Co., Ltd.,
521 Columbia street. ���*
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram ofiice.   Phone 310. **
The Public
Supply Stores
Biscuits
We have just received a shipment
of
Smith's Biscuits
(Home product), in
plain and fancy
lines. The price is
right and we recommend that you
try them.
Unusual Values Offered in
TABLE LINENS
Seldom before have you been offered such good quality Table Linens at a price much below the usual
asked for these quality goods. We buy linens for
cash, direct from the best Irish and Scotch makers,
that is why we can offer such exceptional values.
It will be to your interest to see these specials
Remember the
Place
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Special, Linen Table Covers
Good quality Damask cloth; size 71xK4 inches; all
dainty  designs; $1.50 values. Special sale, each $1-25
Extra quality flne weave Damask clo:h; pure linen;
size 72x00 inches; newest designs; values $2.75.
Special sale, each  $2.25
Superior quality satin Damask cloth; pure linen;
flrir weave; neat bordered design; size 2x2>_ yards.
Special sale, cach $2.25
Hemstitched pure linen Damask cloth: beautiful
.atln finish; size 63x83 inches; values $3.75. Special
sale, each $3.25
Extra special pure linen cloth; finest Damask; swell
designs; sizes 63x83 Inches; regular $4.Cfl\ Special,
sale, each $3-25
TABLE DAMASK SETS.
Beautiful satin finished Damask set; lovely designs,
napkins, size 22x22 inches; cloth, size 2x3 yards.
Special, set   $5.00
Damask set; finest pure linen cloth, size 2_2V_
yards; napkins, size 22x22 inches;- values $5.7...
Srecial, set   $5.00
Pure linen satin Damask set; large size; cloth,
72x108 inches, napkins 24x24 Inches. Special, per
set   $6.50
Scalloped Damask set; finest linen Damask; napkin.,
23 inches; cloth 2x2>4 yards; $6.00 regular. Special'
eet $5.00
NAPKIN SPECIALS
Table Napkins; size 16x16 inches; good weave and
finish.     Special at, per dozen  $1.00
18^_xl8i. inches, napkins; good flrm weave and
neat designs.    Special, per dozen  $1.50
Extra quality flne Damask napkin: sizes 20x20 and
.2x22 inches; pure linen; values $2.50. Special, per
dozen $2.25
Pure Irish linen napkin; flne satin finish and good
d-signs; size 23x23 Inches; values $3.50. Special,
per  dozen    $3.25
RUNNERS.
18x50 inches flne Damask runners; hemstitched; 75.
values.     Special, each 60s
18x54 inches Damask runner; good designs; regular
$1.25.    Special, each $1.00
DAMASK TABLING.
68 inch pure linen Damask; flne flrm weave; beautiful  finish;  regular 85c.   Special sale, per yard   -65c
FANCY HUCK TOWELING.
24 inch fancy striped huek toweling; pure bleached.
Special,  per  yard   45c
TEA CLOTHS.
Size 22x36 tea cloths; hemmed. Special, at per
dozen  75c
Ladies,
Attention!
WE are the new tailors that have
opened up in New Westminster, and
to convince you that we are capable
of doing first class work
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE,   i
A. Sinai & H. Lewis
Corner of Clarkson and McKenzie Sts.
Collister Block.
LARGE MODERN
AND   TWO
HOUSE
LOTS
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
F. J. liar! X Co., Ltd.
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
!���-.____���___*_ Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
For  Stewart     Thursdays
For Prince Rupert Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett,
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc. i
Tickets and information fo- all points east, including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V.  DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527  Granville   Street,  Vancouver.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
No man can hope for advancement without training.  ,
The World wants trained men and women���won't
have any other kind.
Go Into Training!
When the training is in the hands of the
Modern Business School
a lot of time is saved and great results accomplished
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
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New Arrivals &_.Salome
Water Glass for Preserving Eggs.      Moth Camphor.
Lavender Perfume, 25c. a pound.
New V  est. t.Inster
VANCOUVER,   V'CTORi   , Cil V    IW ACK, ALDERGROVE.
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Ryall's Drug Store j|
'PHONE 57
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