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PORT MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE6TMIN8TER.
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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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VOLUME 6,  NUMBER 58.
ALL READY FUR
BIG MAY DAY TETE
u��s "i^P?
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  FRIDAY  MORNING,  MAY 12, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
POSTPONED CELEBRATION WILL
BE HELD THIS AFTERNOON,
RAIN OR 8HINE, 8AY8 MA8TER
OF CEREMONIES.
No matter what the weather may be
today, the already postponed May
Day celebrations will be held this afternoon. This statement was made officially at a late hour last night by
Alderman Johnston, who ls acting as
chairman of the committee which has
had all the arrangements in band. It
has been felt that additional expense; the future for each and'every one of
had    already been incurred    by the them might be bright and teaceful.
APPRECIATED.
Mrs. (Rev.) A deB. Owen Given Purse
of  Gold   by   Ladles'   Auxiliary.
At a social gathering held yesterday evening at the residence of Mrs.
L. Thomber, tbe members of the Ladles' Auxiliary of SL Paul's Reformed Episcopal church, presented an address and a..purse of $50 in gold to
Mrs. (Rev.) A. deB. Owen, as a token
of appreciation of tbe esteem in which
that lady ls held by her co-workers.
Tbe address expressed Intense regret
at tbe forthcoming departure of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen from this city, and
conveyed to the recipient good wishes
for the future, ln whatever sphere of
activity she might be called. Mra
Thornber read tbe address.
Mra Owen, visibly affected, thanked tbe givers ln simple but touching language, regretting the breaking
of the ties which bound her so close
ly with the members of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, and ending by hoping that
postponment of last Friday, and so today, if the weather should be against
an open air program being carried
out, tbe procession and parade will be
dispensed wltb and the coronation
ceremony carried tbrough by the retiring queen, Miss Mary Keary, ln the
grand ball of the Queens Park buildings, which have been ready for tbe
reception for over a week.
The five thousand bags   of sweetmeats    and    other   acceptable   sou-
The evening was spent ln enjoyable music and singing.
Crew of Fishmaid Safe.
A telegram was received yesterday
by H. Butterfleld, from W. Chirsten-
sen, one of the employees of Butterfleld & Mackie, at Prince Rupert, stating that the crew of the Fishmaid was
safe. Tbe Fishmaid capsized off Va-
yas Island on Tuesday, and for some
CANADIAN YUKON
' IS MINING COAL
veolrs of the one great day in the j time it was feared the crew had per-
cbilren's year are all ready for deltv-| Ished.
ery to the committee. When the celebration was called off last Friday, the
oranges had to be taken from these
bags and disposed of, thus entailing
extra expense.
Yesterday afternoon. Alderman
Johnston telephoned to Vancouver
and reminded those who are looking
after the Scouts, Boys Brigade and
Girl Guides that last Friday's arrangements still beld good. The special
cars which wlll carry all the contingents from the Terminal city and Intermediate points are due to arrive
here at midday.
If Wet, Will Use Hall.
In the event of wet weather, the
boy and girl "soldiers" wlll at once
proceed to Queens park and there
meet the retiring and incoming
queens ln the grand hall, but   if, as
LAND8 ARE BEING DEVELOPED
BY GOVERNMENT'S 8Y8TEM OF
LEASING���MAY BE 80LD
ALASKA.
IN
ALASKANS BEHAVE
WHEN EDITH ARRIVES
THREE HUNDRED TONS OF NANAIMO COAL REACH CORDOVA,
BUT NO DEMONSTRATION FOLLOWS���DISPLAY  OF FORCE.
ESQUIMALT YARDS
TO REMAIN IDLE
VESTA VICTORIA.
CANADIAN     WAR8HIP8
BE BUILT ON COAST, SCOTTISH COMPANY NOT JOINING
B. C. MARINE COMPANY.
Cordova, Alaska, May 12.���The collier Editb, bringing 300 tons or coal
from Nanaimo to this port, docked
yesterday afteraoon.
Although there was a crowd of several hundred people on the wharves,
there was no repetition of the trouble of a week age, when a large quantity of Canadian coal was dumped into (he bay. '
Special deputies    and extra police:
were on guard at the dock.   This dia-1
play of armed force went a long way
towards   dissuading   the   trouble mak ,
lng element, as notices had been posted that wholesale arrests would  fol-,
low any attempt ta interfere with the
Edith or ber cargo.
The Alaskans are hopeful that cognizance of their grievance against the
U. S. authorities In tleing up the coal
lands of Alaska will now be noted and
remedied.
Victoria, May 12.���Two reports re
ceived here yesterday seem to indicate tbat the Dominion government
does not intend' to build Canadian naval ships at Esquimalt, for some time
at least.
One report, from William Denis,
Bays, that owing to unforseen circumstances, Denny Bros., of Dunbar-
ton, Scotland, will not be associated   selves'well
Clever Comedienne Often Encored by
Big Audience Yesterday Evening.
Supported by a talented company
of vaudeville artistes, Miss Vesta Victoria yesterday evening entertained a
big audience at the Opera house. Miss
Victoria's contributions include! some
CANNOT, old favorites which have been murdered on the gramaphone for years,
"Waiting at the Church," and "Now I
Have to Call Him Father," coming ln
this category. The comedienne scored her biggest success In "Poor John,"
the audience being rather cold when
sb*e rendered "Skating." "Tha Widow"
took a little better.
Tbe audience last night might have
been divided Into two distinct classes,
those wbo did not understand Vesta's
ultra-English humor and mannerisms,
and those who had applauded Vesta
years ago at the Tivoll, Palace or Pavilion. These latter were uproariously happy. **��
The New Zealand quartette sang
splendidly, and the other artistes on
the   program    also   acquitted  them-
JUDGE WILL GIVE
OPINION ON RECOUNT
MEMBER8 OF 8CHOOL BOARD
NOT SATISFIED WITH INACTION OF CITV COUNCIL OM
HIGH   SCHOOL   BYLAW.
Having waited for three weeks and
in tbat period received no word from
the city council as to the recount oa
the bylaw as passed by tbe ratepayers, tbe board of school trustees yesterday evening decided to take immediate action in the matter, and a special committee was Instructed to ask.
the opinion of a learned judge this
I morning     in     chambers.       Trustee.
j Stoney, in  the course of a   lengthy
| talk, said  that the only information,
any way reflecting on which the board bad received regard-
THREE LUMBER FIRMS
MERGED INTO COMBINE
with the B. C. Marine   Railway and!     Without in ________________________________________________________   _
Construction company, of Esquimalt.' tl��e performance, it must be admitted  ing the result of the vote came'from
This means that   the B. C. company, *hat/h�� p,ric,e chare(]dfor _*"�� ��*_">! the, !��?al .Papers.    The  trustees,  he
.      ,     VeBta Victoria entertainments, in this  ���          ^^^
will not be In a position to undertake clty a8 elsewhere, ls ont of all pro-
the work which lt had been intended portion. A vaudeville entertainment,
to carry out. I equally pleasing and refined, can be
The second report, which comes seen in any city of size on this conti-
from a reliable source, points out thatj nent/��f fiftv cents, and often for
no provision has been    made In the  ""        "     "
I Vesta Victoria entertainments, in this | maintained, should not have to wait
*' ��� ^^^^^^^^^       in this listless fashion  for the   offl-
| cial result of this public vote, when
j that vote directly affected them.
tenders   calling   for   the  building  of
warships on the Pacific coast.
CANADIAN STATESMEN
SAIL FOR ENGLAND TODAY
W. F. Miles, of Globe, Ariz., at Head ] Premier Laurier and Confreres Leave
of Newly Formed Association���Capital   Involvel   Not Stated.
Seattle, May 12,���A merger of three
of tbe largest lumber associations on
Montreal   on   Virginian���On    Business and Pleasure  Bent.
Ottawa, May 12.���Sir Wilfrid Lau-
the Pacific coast was announced yes-jrler*  Elr   Frederick  Borden   and  the
terday evening.
The firms interested are the Pacific
company,
Lumber  as-
Hon. Louis P. Brodeur, left Ottawa
yesterday evening for Montreal,
where they will embark today on the
Allan liner Virginian, bound for Liverpool.
These  three statesmen  will represent Canada at the Imeperlal confer
twenty-flva cents. Vesta demands
and gets two dollars, but this is her
first tour of Canada.
BOY BABY KILLS
BROTHER WITH PEPPER
CHILDISH PRANK ENDS LIFE OF
TWO-YEAR-OLD PLAYMATE ���
TOO YOUNG TO REALIZE CONSEQUENCE OF ACTION.
Montreal, May 11.���Blissfully ignorant of the horrible ending hi3 practical joke was going to have, the
three-year-old brother of Romeo
Dombreuski, ageJ two, threw pepper I matter.
Into his playmate's face yesterday, away
I afternoon,  and  fifteen  minutes  later
Trustee Reid, one of the member*
of the special committee, said be was
in receipt of tbe reply from their solicitor on the matter of the recount.
This was to tbe effect tbat tha Municipal Clauses act did not provide
for a recount and further stated tbat
the decision of the returning officer
had to be considered final, subject, at
course, to the acceptance of a petition, such petition to be presented
within thirty days of the result of the
voting.
Trustee Dr. Green opined that the-
members of tke council, and so far aa
that went, they of the board, were at
sea with regard to the moves to be
made ere tbe ballot boxes could be reopened. It seemed, he said, to ba the
general opinion that 'some fcctlon
should be taken at once, as tbe days-
were slipping along and very soon lt
would be too late to move.
Chairman Trapp���Then let's go and
consult a judge flrst thing Friday
morning.
With the single exception of Trus--
tee Peck, all the  members were present and voiced tbeir opinions on this
It was decided to act right
Skagway, May 11.���While the fight'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ is raging around the coal lands    of | a^^^H 1
everyone  wishes,  the  weather  clerk j Ala8ka  th08e ln tne Canadia- Yukon ��� SS^d5m___5 compan:T' the 0regon I
smiles, then the festival will be car- [ ,      .        . < and Washington    Lumber
ried out in tbe manner originally fix I are golng t0 Patent or are about t0, and   the   South    West
ed upon, with thc exception that tbe! be taken up under the leasing system,, sociation,. ^^^^^^^^
route today will vary   slightly   from j which has already become a law. W> G.  Miles, of Globe, Arizona, is j
that  of previous  years.    Marshal  J.      George J. Milton, manager   of   tho Un control of the combine. j . .   ,_.-����_-..��,  -��.-
H. Watson will rally bis forces at the  Five Fingers    Coal    company,    who |    The amount of capital involved is  ence* ^a V \, ,.? p i Romeo expired.
passed through Skagway last Mondav, I not stated. I coronation festivities. I     The parents of the child were Just'-- ������ ������. ���*** 9.<__i-
" 1 A 'arge number of friends were at movlng int0 the house at 204 Plessls,��� ed without the authority of the Edu-
__, _,���  ... ���__,,__,��� !tlie raliwav dePot to wish the travel-jand  thelr household    furniture, su?-1 catlonal department at Victoria, tho*
TO AID ALBANIANS j Iers bon voyage.- piles   and    utensils    were    scattered i communication from  Alderman John-
AGAIN8T THE TURKS'   I around the different rootas.    The two! "Km   asking   that   special   leave-   be-
  five  lives are lost children were put into a bedroom oui' granted  the local  pupils  this  etler-
London,  May  11.���*   ���*-*     ��� ��� FIVE L,VE5 AHE ��-��8T ' v 	
corner of Columbia and Eighth
streets, and from there all will go as
far as Fourth street, where the car
track will be followed to the park.
was accompanied by a superintendent
and seven coal miners, wh. will be
engaged  all   summer  supplying  fuel
No Holiday, But	
As either a half or whole holiday to*
ihe school children could not be grant- -
 ^    ed without the authority of the Edu-
FurnlYurei" s~U!HcatJonal department at Victoria, the*
in coal MINE fibe! of the way of the workers.      * lnoon ��*�� **��� occasion of the May Day
in __�����_. mii-t rmc,     ^ ^^ ^^ secured the pepper j celebrations, had to_ be refuse!. Brut
General regret has been expressed. for the boats of the White Pass rail-
that   the   merry-go-round, which   has' road and the  railroad  to    Klondike      .     .        .,      ,,-____,
been engaged for the   occasion, will. mines. ,    0n . v!.ay-. .;���A._BtaF,  cor!'e','i
���ot be present.      The proprietor of I To Sell In Alaska. pondent of the Dal.y Chronicle writes      ____________________________________________________________ .   _   J1_,I    ,     __________
this delight of the kiddies, whilst be'     The last patent was obtained by the  JT0"1 R1OI_? Bl^.n�� a" in *frvle_* with      Wllkesbarre   May 11���Five miners caster, which was on the table, tor a ��_^a_0_*_��L���� ^.^"l W" fo_m'1
would  have been happy to stay, had  company during the winter Just pas% i ��en?ral  ����crc?.t" Garibaldi. who ^���.     wnkesbarre. �����'  J^^^ ���^1 playttolr*    He  unscrewed ^covers by the suggestion   that the   teacher*
1 and Bre-aratioaa are being made*, j * ���,had_J ?n���?Ue<\.a,.le8:lon, 0,f, J0'0001 Boston mine of the Delaware &Hud-1 and ��w the darVt colored ����w<ler to   wl" ?" !? V��" ���*~ _5_ lnnche<"��
in    theitoday-    A strike h��E��n  ��t    fh.    n-i. I showering his brother with the harm-  Ret away.
to pull out and travel east, where he
had engagements to meet
MOTHERS' DAT TO BE
OBSERVED IN THIS GITY
Westminster Will Make Start In Out
ward Expression of Love of Mother
���Origin  of the  Movement.
ment in England, the United States
and Italy are to subscribe funds for
the purchase of arms.
Invade American  territory    oa    tbe
Yukon.
The coal  ls    of    the    bituminous
variety and ls sold for $5 per ton ar
the  pit  mouth.     The   price  charged
the Klondike  Mines railroad for the
coal landed in Dawson is $14 per ton.
"I   certainly    believe    the   leasing
system to be the best," said Mr. Milton, when  he  came off the boat   at
Skagway.    "The government charges
$1 per acre and may give a renewal
or  not  at   the   expiration   of   twenty
years,   which   Is   the   longest   period
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        for which a lease can be obtained.
  | Royalty Is Exacted.
|     "The government requires the pav-
Three  years ago u movement  was   ment of a royalty amounting   to   ten
started ln Philadelphia to observe the   cents    per    ton,    aud    that    certain
second Sunday  in  May each  year as  amounts of coal must be mined with
"Mothers' Day."    The Idea was taken   In given periods.
up with enthusiasm, aud tlie move- "The Canadian government with-
ment spread throughout a large part drew Its coal lands Just as the United
of the United States. It reached states has done, but no difficulty
Canada last vear and was celebrated whatever has been experienced by us
to a limited extent over tBfs counfcy. or By any others In obtaining patents,
The object of thc movement ls to set provided our locutions were bona
apart  one day  each year    In    honor  fide.
of the mothers of the country. To "Some day there may be smelters
show such honor and sentiment in a across the line, which is only distant
material way, the plan is to induce about 2,r.O miles. Then we can ship { Juarez, Mex., May 11.���With Juarez
all persons to send boxes of flowers our coal on our own boats at a cost and all its Btores of ritles, ammunl-
to their mothers and to wear a of $1 per ton. The duty would amount | tion and quick-firing guns in the
flower, preferably white, In her honor, to something like thirty cents. And' hands of the Mexican revolutionists
Mothers' Day has never been cele- we have enough to supply all Alaska." j the leaders today turnel to the task
brated on a large scale ln this city, Mr. Milton smiled as he said this of forming their government, gatlie:-
but it is expected a start will be madu and continued with the reminder that! lng for tlie first time iu the provl-
this year. Some of the churches will his steamer passed on the way north j sional capital of the republic.
be decorated with carnations. | a great tug,  which  was towing    on!    General   Madeio    has    established
This movement was started a few  barges 1700 tons of coal to the White | his headquarters iu the one-story mu-
men, Including Italians,  Et
Americans and Frenchmen,    ��� __,_.  .   . ______ .    ._ ,
In behalf of tbe    Albanians   in    the *?day_. A strike began at    the    col-,         ,      . comp0und, he threw the
struggle with Turkey.    Each man is )-ery Tuesday and only a small num-1 le8B   ����Ki s
M ***^^***^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m-  _______-______-_-----__------_-_-_--__-_-__-------------------------------------.
while the sympathizers ofthe'raove-! ou,t :astun'ght in   a   section of   "'��     ent ln  being drawn by the bfeath tq  Stramberg. who sti'I  holds the posf
^redWhe;fterr0C,mi,SS  uTJSA ^ ^ The "^ ��f the ^  ^ * ***"' ��f ^ ** ^
Romeo's    face.
The secretary intimated that at a-
The  private meeting   held   the   previous:
.....    j.av;ii ���.uu ib  .    -  . - -   .   ~     ~". I contents    into ____^^__________________________________________________________
to contribute    a    minimum    of  $15. | ��fr ��_!^*_j?*_    . "ol^i^1"�� r^ i child's mouth was open and a quantity evening the board had written to Mr
New York's Sick List.
New York, May 11.���New York's
sick list averages 135.000 names daily,
or one person in thirty-five, and with-
! in a year 530,000 cases of illness occur within the boundaries, according
to statistics compiled by the Charity
Organization society. Sixty genera!
hospitals with 11,000 beds make possible hospital treatment, for only 10
per ceqt. of the cases.
t was  sounded.    Eleven  men  were    at
work  in  tbe    burning    section.    All
made  their  way    to the    main    entrance,   but   the  smoke   had   become
so  dense  that  all     were    overcome.
Rescue  parties  at   the  risk   of  their!
lives, entered tho works and brought!
out  the  living,    returning    for    the!
bodies of    the    dead,    which    were
brought out as quickly    as  possible.
Several  of  the  rescuers   were    ove"-|
come by the smoke and one of them |
dropped unconscious. He was rescued
by others of the party.
Revolutionists Planning
Formation of Government
smoke-blackened walls and great
blots of blood, dried and darkened by
tlie fierce sun, were witnesses of the
bitterness of the last two days' fighting.   All the dead were burled today
alarmed the household and they rush- that his services would not be required in to find Romeo in terrible agony,' ed after June 30. but if he care I to
with his brother sitting beside him, apply for the position which would at
blankly watching the contortions of that time be vacant, his application
pain. The brother stared silently, not would be considered In the usual way.
comprehending. Though a doctor was ( Trustee Stoney voted alone in tho
summoned nothing could be done. negative on the question of grantlns
In the house this morning the little  the use of the schoolroom of the old
West Side church to the Sixth Avenue Methodist church, contending
that applications from other bodies-
had been turned down in the past
and it was not the right thing to grant
to some and not to others.
City Clerk Duncan officially wroto
body was stretched on the bier, and
in the same room the other child
played. It did not understand. Thougn
it now and again turned toward the
bier and seemed to wonder why
Romeo di:l not get out of bed and
play with hlm, it romped around tho
room,  trying now and again  to gain  that one of the bylaws put before thu
people April 12, and having reference
to the erecting of public schools, had
been voted upon favorably and that
the money necessary would be forthcoming at an early date.
"Don'ts" From  B. C. E. R.
Acting on the suggestions put Sir-
ward in concrete form by the B*. C. -
_  E. R., the trustees will appoint a corn-
Museum Gets Famous Art Collection  mittee to have hung   up in all.   Uie ���
of Count de Camondo. ' schools    under   their   jurisdiction    x>
Paris,  May  10,���By the   death   of  code of rules to be observed with re
possession of a camera on the tabl
Deputy Coroner Biron disposed of
the case this morning without a jury.
No culpability could be attached to
the baby, who did not comprehend
what it had done.
MILLION    GIFT   TO    LOUVRE.
years ago in the United States    by, Pass railroad from British Columbia
Miss  Anna  Jarvis,  of    Philadelphia,  mines.
who conceived the Idea In the desire	
to commemorate  the anniversary  of, Gold for Alderman.
her mother's death.   It was not   only;     During the weekly meeting of the
the thought of laying some flowers on  Amalgamated   Association   of  Street
mother's grave,  but it occurred    to and Electrical Railway Employees of
her that lt would be a beautiful tri ! Amerlcu,  local  134,  Secretary  A.  F.
bute to all others, living as well as  Duncan,  on   behalf of the members,
dead, If their children would unite on  presented    Alderman    Walter    Dodd
a given day in the wearing of white  with a purse of gold and a suitably I chief peace commissioner, and other' sheet, was carried nast th* Wnrr��-t,_i
flowers.    She  wroto a letter    to    a  inscribed  address.    This  was in ac-1 leaders.      headquarters,  thence  down   the   nill\
and the wounded removed to tempo-'Count Isaac de Camondo the Nation-  gard to passing vehicles   live wires
rary hospitals, where surgeons of the al Museum of Mie Louvre will get pos-' etc.
Ited Cross attended them. I session of an art collection estimated I      Dr. McEwen Is Health Officer.
Honor to Dead Leader. | to  be  worth  about  $1,000,000.     Tho|    There were only two   application*
r.tr.i.a-at   k���ii,ii--    ���-,- o    .i        ...  msurrectos this morning did honor  only condition attaching to the legacy  for the position of medical officer of
from theS church  whldtyesS  tVflZTi'f1 VHfh** ^V""01-01'  l8 ,hat for a "erl0(1 of flfty years tho health     for     the     schools      these
J_m��h�� ��n_����� ~f\h_ ��        . �� k..      ! !ederal  Ieader kllled  dllrin�� tlle collection shall be placed in a special  being from Drs. A. L   McQuarrie   of
and  there' Sur?n_   3, ?   mornins   hS ^' .* ^^ h'8  b��dy to the   hal!   bearln*   the   'ount'8   name       A  this city, and E. H   McEwen   Cover-
uLfeT cWeftfta c��SSSiI with InTTlLZ 'i'uh" nu11"^ ^ ^i 8"m ��f *20'l,0�� '8 left to C0Ver the C03t dale' 0n & ballot ,n which Truste*
SanorsObrea���^ad Branlff who aotl ^�����^*LWlth* "^^ ^'l0���' of installation. His collection of mod- Green did not take part, the last
ed aTg��beueenaim Z, futlTe ne_^! fotwM by * ,tro��P of cavalry and ern French artists ls probably the best named was elected by three votes tc
tiations for ueace- Dr Vasouez G> KSSTrf ^S^AV** ?1._00t' **��� ln existence, while the collection of two. The newly appointed officer
_,-, ^-��H_nPfai _'._.�� .Vasque/' Go- body of the dead officer, laid on a Japanese prints and primitive Japan-
___.!__. ��? wlhT-W _^A\0l^!_2"_' ln a dlIaP'dat��d one-horse ese sculpt, re wll! be a noteworthy ad-
tlonlsts   at    Washington,   and    their, wagon and covered only by a white  dition to the treasures of the Louvre.
Philadelphia newspaper, and this ls knowledgement of the regard In
what caused "Mothers' Day" to break whicli he was held by his fellow workout In response all over the country, j ers during his term of office as busl-
Mlss Jarvis suggested a white carna- ness agent and as president. Dodd
tlon as a "Mothers' Day" flower, but has been a member of the local for
the  way  the sentiment appealed  to the past flve years.
the peeple was too strong for    the(  .
supply  of  white carnations,  and    it Tragic   Death,
was suggested that any variety of The denth of Charles Lord, of Lad-
flower be worn and also that   white  ner, was announced yesterday as hav-
M ... ��� . __     .. . ____    ____ _  KILLED   IN   THE   ALPS.
Nothing    was    accomplished    this  row streets to the cemetery    At the1 	
morning   toward   the   resumption   of head of the procession was a member, Nearly Nine Hundred Lives   Lost In
peace negotiations, but there was an of   Col.   Tamborel's   staff    who   was                        Nine Years.
undercurrent of feeling among the vie- given back his rifle for his last ride      Geneva,    May    ll.-The    Austrian
torlouB Insurrecto leaders that peace, with his dead chief.                                 and German Alnlne clubs have   lust
long desired, would be In sight with- Colonel   Tamborel.   whose    toroU1 ^^^Sj^r^ZtrZ
wiil begin his duties next Monday and
will be instructed by Dr. Green.
The board went Into committee Ira
regard to other matters.
Enjoyable "at  Home."
Mrs. W. Norman Bole was the hostess at. a very   large "at home" on
Thursday    afternoon.      The    hostess
wore   a   handsome   gown   of   hello-
             trope silk veiled In black lace.   Tho
In another 24 hours, and that repre- the insurrectos declare started the tween the years 1901 and 1910. Inclu- rooms were prettily decorated wit1-
sentatlves of the Diaz and Madero fight whicli resulted in the capture of she, 88(1 Alpinists lost their lives ln spring flowers. The tea table With an
governments   asain   would   negotiate Juarez, was twice wounded, captured  the Central Alps of Europe, an aver- artistic adornment of pale pink carna-
flowers be worn for mothers gone before and bright flowers for mothers
living. Last year lu a number of
���places in the United States the custom was extended so that the
churches  were  decorated,  and  many
Ing taken place on the previous evening at his home. There were few better known men ln the flsh cannery
business on this coast. While the
events leading up to the death of
Lord are to  a large extent  shrouded
for the laying down of arras in Mexico, i
The Madero headquarters were  besieged  today  by  anxious   householders nnd  storekeepers,   who implored
and rescued again by his own men before he met Ills death. Fighting in
the trenches the first day he received
a scalp wound and was shot in the
leg.    Captured by the insurrectos ln
age of nearly a hundred deaths a year, tlons was presided over by Mrs. Gor-
the rebel leader to allow them to re- one of the mad rushes, he was res-
sume possession   of their bullet-shat-
Stinlay schools gave a flower to eacn  In mystery, lt appears that he, with | tered property.   In but few cases was
child who attended. Street car com
panles decked out conductor and
motorman, the O. A. R. Posts and
other organizations attended church
in a body, every one wearing a flower.
Homes were decorated, wrealhs and
small flat crosses were placed
graves ln the cemeteries.
an intimate friend, were sitting ln a
cabin when tho gun which Lord was
carrying went off nnd the bullet,
which penetrated hls side, brought
about his death within a few minutes.
It is surmised that the trlgge- got
on'caught In some manner with Lord's
clothing and went off accldcntly.
such permission given, but swarthy
guards were stationed at nearly every
building In the town to prevent looting, all liquor supplies had been con-
uscatcd and as iu, as , os^ni.t* the
ravages of the leaden hail that had proximately
swept  through the streets had been  -_������-__________
removed.     However,    shattered   and (Continued on page four)
cued a few minutes   later by a desperate federal sortie.
ln the second day's fight he was
killed by a rebel bullet that struck
him in the temple.
Estimates  Difficult.
It Is difficult  to esti...    a  even np-
the number   killed  am'
In 1909. however, there were 144
climbers killed, and ln 1910 a hundred, not including twenty-eight persons who met their death while picking edelweiss. j
Death of R. S. Plcken.
The death occurred yesterday morn-
in? of It. S. Plcken. of (114 Fourth avenue, spinal meningitis being the cause
of his demise. Deceased, who was
49 years of age, leaves a widow and
three brothers, lahn. Harrison Mills.
George, Vancouver, and David, a telegraph operator tu New York.
don E. Corbould and Mrs. Charleson.
for the flrst hour, Mrs. William Alls-
son and Mrs. Charles N. MacDonaliK
for the second hour. The ices were-
In charge of Mrs. George Beatty anl'
Mrs. Melvi'le Malins, the table bein;*;*
profusely decorated with red carna*-
tlon8. The young ladies assisting
were Mrs. J, P. Hampton Bole, Mis*s
Nora Armstrong, Miss Cotton. Miss
Keary, Miss Alma Lewis. Miss Mat tin.
Miss Eleanor Martin, Miss MacGowan. Miss Pittendri?h, Miss De WolT
Smlth, The guests numbered over-
oue hundred. r    r AGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FHIOAY, MAY 12, 1911.
Wants
WANTKD���BY YOUNG MAN POSI-
.jr,n as bookkeeper and stenographer. Address G. L. H., care Dally
News office.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
BEAUTIFUL new house of attractive
appearance with two acres of level
cleared land Immediately adjoining
city limits; electric light, telephone
and all conveniences; within three
minutes of carline;  $7000, terms.
WANTKD���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Premier hotel.
WANTKD���BOARDERS    FOR   PRIV-
ate house.   310 Sixth avenue.
THIRTEENTH STREET���Corner lot
50x110, with small cottage on lt;
$1150, one-quarter cash, balance
over 18 months.
WANTED���AT ONCE MAN TO RUN
'   machine   lock  drill.     Apply   Gil;ey
Brothers.
NEW HOUSE of six rooms on large
lot, 58x120; Just off Columbia street
and carline, $2500;  cash $500.
WANTED ���A YOUNG SCOTCH
clrl just out from Scotland, desires
position as help in house work. M.
A., care Daily News office.	
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close ln. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melin,
101 fi Third avenue.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than Is necessary. You can
lav them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 8(!0. Box 1008. If >'OJ
mrefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
LONDON STREET ���2 lots, each
50x132, facing south, lane at rear;
$700 each, one-third caah. '
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
MACCALLUM BROS.
SAPPERTON���Six fine lot* between
Burnaby and Surrey streets. Price
$400 for a short time only.
RICHMOND STREET���Two lota near
tbe new school site at $550 apiece
This is $50 under the market value.
$30 down and balance ln monthly
Instalments.
FOR SALE-SURREY, NEW SEVEN
room bungalow on lot 6fixl50, all
cleared, good walks and fine view
Half a block from tram line. Wl.l
.sell on easy terms or trade for New
Westminster lots. Address W. E.
Morse, 1322 Broadway W., Vancouver. 	
FOR SALE-LOTS. $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first division;*..
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $6 a month, no
Interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 70(5 Columbia
Btreet.
FOR SALE���AT VIDAL'S WARL-
houses: 1 seven-foot high desk, 2
tables, 2 stools (all r.ew), and
counters and shelving, 1 case
stuffed birds (very handsome), 1
second-hand heater.
FOR SALE���CARROTS, PHONE 164.
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses' at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the new Burnaby tram. 5 cents
warfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Lelbly & Blumer Realty
Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg.,
Vancouver. Telephone 83fi5. Open
till 9 p. m.
A QUICK
SALE
-SMAL1
, COTTAGE,
lust   fin
shed,
close in;
small  cash
���pavment down
;  terms
easy.
Apply
owner,
W.   Hatt-Cook,
527
Front
street.
ALSO two flne lots at tha corner of
Richmond and Kent streets; $500
each and easy terms fo> the balance.
BURNABY���Just off the Douglas road
���Six lots at $400, one-third cash
and balance In 6, 12, and 18 months
at 7 per cent. Call and see our properties ln this  growing district
WEST END���A fine lot on Eighth
avenue between Twelfth and Fourteenth streets for $725
MACCALLUM BROS.
Room 3.
Smith Block.
Columbia Street
Large lot at Edmonds station, 66
x 198; price $1200;
1-2 cash; balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
W. S. ROSE
MERCHANTS      BANK      BUILDING.
PHONE fioo.
FOR SALE���HOTEL BUSINESS
and property situated in the heart
of Nannlmo, known as the Temperance Hotel. For particulars apply P.  O.  Box  319, Nanaimo,  B C.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
roorrs, beautiful location, furnace
heattd, f ure Rare all new. Tele
phone In house. Apply 37 Agnes
street.  ^^^
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
tor light housekeeping, Apply to A.
TL Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW VV_.Si
minuter Board ot Trade meets in tu<
board room, City Hall, ae follows*.
Third Thursday of each montn,
quarterly meeting un the tmro
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and Novenruar. at �� i>.m. Annual
meetings on t_# third Thursday oi
February. New ataJMberi may b��
proposed and *'�����!���_ at any month
ly or quarterly uuwtlng. C. H
Stuart-Wade.' s.or.Ury.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia  street.
LOST.
LOST ��� BETWEEN CARNARVON
street and the cemetery, Bterllng
silver buckle with English coat of
arms in enamel black elastic fastening. Finder please return to
Oaily  News office.
c
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
Tbe regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fallows' Hall, corner Carnarvon aad Kighth streets,
every Monday arealag at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cardlally invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., laoording secretary; J. W. MacDouaid, financial
secretary.
PROFE68IONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barristerat-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
nnd McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster, W. J
Whiteside, II. L Edmauds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Banisters and Solicitors.
West minster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Liniments Won't
Cure Lame Back
6IN PILLS WILL���Is This
Gentleman Testifies
FRENCH DETECTIVE WAS
ALSO NOTORIOUS CROOK
Police  Inspector Warze and  Criminal
Nick Carter Had Great Time
With  Himself.
Lumsden, Sask.
**I have suffered much from Lame
Back and Soreness across the Kidneys,
and used to apply liniments to relieve
the p_in until I was told to try GIN
PILLS. Now, I am never without them.
As soon as I feci the weakness coming
on, I at once start to tike GIN PILI.S
ancl a very few doses relieve me, but I
continue to take them for sometimes
two weeks at a time that they may do
their work. I heartily recommend C.IN
PILLS to anyone suffering frcui Lame
Back or Weak Kidneys."
A. B. Sparks.
Lame Back is simply the pnin caused
by weak, strained or sick kidneys. GIN
1TLLS heal and cure Kidneys. GIN
PILLS relieve the Bladder, and regulate
the Urine. That's why the pain in the
back disappears wlieu you take GIN
PILLS. 50c. a box, 6 for J2.50 nnd
money refunded if GIN PILLS fail to
relieve you. Sent on receipt of price if
your dealer will not supply them.
National Drug& Chemical Co. Dept. B.
C.       Toronto.
National Lazy Liver Pills keep the
bowels regular, the stomach sweet and
the skin clear.   25c. a box. f>
u CANADIAN PACIFIC
8. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May G, IG, 27, April 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,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Paris, May 11.���The public's faith
in the infallibility of the French secret police has been greatly shaken by
the accidental discovery that one of
Paris' most dangerous crlimnals, who
went under the name of "Nick Carter," and who had vainly heen sought
for all over France, was, in reality, a
pollce inspector named Warze, one of
the best detectives that Prefect Le-
pine has had at hls disposition for
over three years.
After having gained for himself the
reputation of being the shrewdest
man on tbe force, Warze began to mix
with doubtful characters, and, for the
last twelve months has been the chief
of one of the worst gangs of thieves
operating ln the capital. The most
sensational robberies which have gone
unpunished lately were due to this
band, whose eluslveness baffled every
effort.
Some months ago the police decided
to get to the bottom of the mystery
of these burglaries and placed the
matter ln the hands of Warze himself,
who received carte blanche instructions to conduct a thorough investigation here and abroad, and to use
the aid of the police everywhere he
liked so long as he could arrest or
locate "Nick Carter" or some of his
accomplices.
Needless to say that Warze, once
In charge of the investigation, en-
Joyed a fine holiday and employed his
leisure in scheming even more daring
I robberies, all the time sending long,
I detailed reports, which convinced his
chiefs that he was following different
good clues.
Only a few weeks ago it was reported to the pollce that "Nick Carter" and his band were to be found
at a notorious resort at Montmatre,
and Warze was sent there in disguise
to spy out the ground prior to the
regular raid of the premises. Warze
carried out his mission by giving the
band the signal of danger, and when
i the police urrived the nest was
I empty.
I     In private life Warze was    known
and respected as a quiet, gentlemanly
I man.    The almost   incredible   double
I life of this Arsene Lupin and Raffles
I thrown Into one might have continued
for a long time had lie not been given
I away  by  a  party   thief  arrested the
other day for a small robbery.
To the general surplse, Warze gave
himself up to the police, declaring
that he had passed hts time since his
disappearance resting at his parent.'
house at Asnieres after the strenuous
work- he had undertaken in connection
with his inquiry into the "Nick Carter" case. It ls curious to note that
when he called at police headquarters
and asked to be received by the officer in charge none of his former colleagues recognized him, so perfect
was his disguise, with his speech antl
manners changed.
In some trunks found at the Hotel
Brussels, where Warze stayed a few
days ago, a complete set of false
beards and wigs, suitable to every
imaginable type was found, together
with a remarkable wardrobe. He had
uniforms of a naval officer, bank messenger, and postman, and even on<3
worn by Paris undertakers.
A female Apache, said to be a
friend of his, was also arrested.
HERE are the suits
to wear from
now until cold
weather comes again.
Elegant Worsteds from
England���genuine Irish*'
Homespuns���light blue
Serges���and imported
Flannels in plain and
stripe effects.
In Fit-Reform*, most
exalt-st-ve styles, which
appeal to all good
dressers.
350
M. J. PHILLIPS,        -        The Wardrobe Clothier.
ACME CLOTHING CO., -   B. Gregory, Manager.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
: B.C.
J. P. HAMPTON BOI-E, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, G10 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R, Telegraph.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817. i
CAPITAL        ��14,400,000.00 1
'   RESERVE       .12,000,000.00,
Branches througnoui Canada rnd,
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng-j
land, New York, t'h'cago aud Spokane, j
U.S.A., and Mexico Clty. A general;
banking business transacted. Let j
ters of Credit issued, available wltb j
���correspondents ln all parts of the i
iworld.
6avlngB Bank Darartment���Deposits
received In sums of ?1 and upward,
iand interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
T_r'._l   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
MEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid 011 Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING j
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.: circular work taken.
Phone 415, Hear of Major and
Savage's office, Columbia St.
NEW V/ESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & tarte,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
^CANADIAN PACIfIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily
Through Trains
Atlantic Express leaves at 8:30 a. m.,
Imperial Limited at 3:55 p. m., connecting for all Canadian and American points. Special excursion tickets
on sale in May and June.   For  dates
and rates apply to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
60   VEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Trad. Marks
D-StGNS
CopvmoHTs Ac.
Anron* stnatlttn a t_eteh ��n_ -iwcrlntlnn tnif-
ik.tokly aaiwtatn ��nr opinion trae wliethor an
InTention ta prohalilf PatOTtaMAC'mimuiii���-
tion�� at rlctly confidential. HAUDbDOK on Patent,
���ent f r����. Olrtest arency tornx-oruiepatem*.
I'jii 01 > m tatien through Mann * Co. racjlre
sjitclol not tto, wl t ho nt charge In ths
Scientific jVmcrican.
A handaonioly Illustrated woclcly.   t-ruert otr.
a latino of any nolentlllo Journal.    Tormr. for
jiarta, s-in a rear, poutago prepaid.    Sold bf
all nenMealem.
MUNN&Co^'��---'.N3wYor_
liranch Offlca, 6�� V 8L. WaafcUulau, D. .,
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
Alick Lauder
Brother of the famous HARRY
LAUDER, and a big company of
imported artists will appear at the
opera house for One Night Only,
gatuijay, May 13
Prices, $1.00, 75c. 50c.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO, LTD.
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Oealera In
Eir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones N.. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
,..**������-,- >   > Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Telephone   12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
Box   13/
A New Scow for Sale
1S x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT 18 NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice Imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
iHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
For
or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River it is a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
>ee
auncj
��i
v
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones   Lil",  R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623.
"AT IT MERE smct WQV
*_
SPOTTED FEVER IS
GROWING IN WEST
New Arrivals S��.T���.Sa,0'ne
Water Glass for Preferring Eggs.     Moth Camphor.
Lavender Perfume, 25c. a pound.
AT
Ry all's Drug Store
'PHONE 67
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRU8T BLOCK.
*****
Interurban Time Table
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH. ***
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver,   5,  5:45,  and  every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY 8ERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutea until 11 p. __.
FREIGHT   EXPRE38 8CHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU I8LAND, 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 Stevestou.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and every
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:06 and 6:05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 5 TINED.
GARDEN SPADES, LONG AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN RAKES, STEEL AND MALLABLE.
GARDEN HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
CO.
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MflKEyoURMOriCY
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GOVERNMENT SCIENTIST AND
ENTOMOLOGIST FINDS THE
DEADLY MALADY 18 8PREAD
BY WOOD TICKS.
Helena, Mont, May 11. ��� That
Rocky Mountain spotted fever, discovered a few years ago ln the Bitter
Root valley, where from 70 to 80 per
cent, of the cases terminate fatally,
is not tending to that region, but is
slowly spreading west and south, I
making lt Imperative to start a crusade against the wood tick that transmits the disease from locality to 'o-
callty, Is a conclusion reached by F.
C. Bishop, agent and expert of the
bureau of entomology of the United
States department of agriculture.
The Investigation of this disease
was first undertaken by the Montana
state board of health, through the
late Dr. H. T. Ricketts, of the University of Chicago, and it was through
his work that lt was found the disease was transmitted to man and
animals by the wood tick (dermacen-
ter venustus banks). Agents of the
bureau of entomology took up the Investigation and have ascertained that
the disease covers a much larger
area of territory than was believed.
They found that the northern part of
Rocky Mountain region ls the territory prlnclpa'ly infested, but the river
valleys and sage brush plains to the
west are more or less heavily infested, and on the eastern edge of the
Cascade mountains the spotted fever
tick has been founi, but never to the
west of tbe Cascade divide.
Tbe infested area includes the
western half of Montana, all of Idaho,
the eastern half of Washington, Oregon and Nevada, the northern half ot
Utah, the western half of Wyoming
and Co'orado and a small triangular
shaped area ln the northern central
portion of New Mexico. This is merely the present area of the district infested. It may become larger. "In
fact," Bays Mr. Bishop, "there Is good!
reason to suppose that Rocky Moun-]
tain spotted fever may occur and b.
transmitted to man in any region!
where this species of tick is present
if the disease be once introduced Into a locality by a tick from a disease
infected region  or  by man or some
EXTRAORDINARY PIANO SALE
Starting Today and Lasting
Until May 15
We must clear some of
our surplus stock.
We are GIVING $100
of! on all pianos.
Here are a few of our
bargains:
One $600 Gerhard Heintzman Piano, very large
upright grand, for ��� $500
One Upright Grand Heintzman Piano worth
$475, for $375
One $450 Doherty Piano for  $325
One $325 Dominion Piano for $225
Two Dominion Upright Grands, worth $350 for;$250
Two Dominion Upright Grands,'worth $450 for $350
One large Upright Dominion Piano.slightly used,$17S
f*.i*\iSl.'   Terms Arranged to 8ult Purchaers* Convenience.
J. H. TODD'S Music Home
419 Columbia Street
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. e. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
+.+.....4.+*
For Prime Quality
or
Beef Steaks Pork Chops
Mutton Chops     Spring Lamb
Veal Cutlets Poultry
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.!
645 Columbia St. |
'Phone 101.
**>*>**
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE S70.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Waters, for Ladles from 912-75
���P.
811-er Watches, genta' open face
16.00.
8tlver Watches, gents' open caee.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Big"
Watchea.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
West ml sitter
Transfer Co.
tiOce 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Btreet.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   *��
any part of tke city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
S, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent, office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
Railway Time   Tables
*    B. C M. H. Weetmlneter ���raneh.
W*��k Day Schedule.
Can leave N>*w Wratmlnater for Van,
couver at 5:00, 5:45 and every fifteen minutes thereafter until ll
p. m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m., and every hour thereafter
until lip. m., connecting at Eburne
Junction for Steveston.
Sunday   Schedule���New   Westminster
Branch.
Cam leave New v\r��i_unMer for Vau
couver at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 and every
fifteen minutes thereafter until
11 p. m.
Eburne Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 8
a. m. and every hour thereafter untll 11 p. m.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
orluge passenger station, New West
minster,   10:20   a.m.   dally   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:28
p. in.: arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle G:45 a. m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
..pans }deoxe _u��p tnd oo'_ aiming
cept Sunday from bridge passenger,
station   3:50  p.m.:    arrives   at   Port
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a.m; arrlvea
Oulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:60 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.  N.  R.���Surras  Branch.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
Vew Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m��� arrives
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
Vew Westminster 6:30 a. m.
Phone 699. P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Weatminater .Trust Building.
other animal susceptible to tbe disease."
The pioneer work In coping with the
disease has been done by Montana,
and so far it is the only state that
has appropriated a penny to conduct
Investigations. The first" important
step forward was the discovery that
the tick is responsible for the transmission of the disease.
The next important step will be
taken this year. The state board of
health, which has been given an annua! appropriation of $5000 to carry
on the work, has practically completed arrangements to continue a
study of tbe disease through the
staff of tbe University of Chicago and
especially to produce an antitoxin
serum. All sorts of treatments have
Been tried, but none has proved effective.
The  degree  ot  the  disease varies.
Its most virulent form occwb in   the
! Bitter Root, where from 70 to 80 per
1 cent,  of the  cases terminate fatally,
while ln  southern Idaho there is    a
mortality of about 5  per cent.    The
cases of the dise:isr fount in parts of
Idaho, Wyoming, Utah.  Nevada,  Oregon and Colorado seem to be of this
j less  virulent type.
The tick carrying tl*e disease se?ma
to reach its highest development and
occurs in greatest numbers at an
altitude between 3000 nnd 5000 feer.
although specimens have been collected from slightly over 500 feet to
nearly 9000 feet above sea level.
The  distribution  of the    tick,    according   to   the   bureau   of  biological
survey,   corresponds   very   closely   to j
the area in which is found a subgenus
of the ground squirrel���thr* colobotls.l
Its  abundance  Is    also    greatly    In-1
fluenced   by   such  projection    as    is
affordef by  timber.    Where there ts j
much  fallen  timber  and  brush  ticks
have been found    fo    be    especially
abundant.    The immature ticks have
been found to feed almost exclusively on the small mamals and adults on
the large domestic animals.   "Henca."
observes Mr. Bishop, "the absence or
scarcity of either of these classes o'
hosts  greatly  influences  the number
of ticks occurring in a given region."
He Concludes: "It is not desired to
cause undue alarm regarding the
danger from Rocky Mountain spotted
fever. Since, however, the malady
Is known to occur ln a number of the
states where this species of tick is
found, and there ls reason to believe
that the disense is spreading, a
knowledge of the range of the species
ls found is pointed out. "These considerations," he continues, "make It
imperative that the tick be kept under
control in all regions where it occurs
and that steps be taken to lessen tho
danger of the Introduction of disease
Infeste:! ticks into uninfected regions."
Musical Festival
of the Empire
Patron: His Majesty the King.
President:    His Excellency
Earl Grey, P.C, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.
Under the direction of Dr. Charles Harriss
THE
Sheffield Choir
of England;   200 Voices
Conductor, Dr. Henry Coward.
MAY 15,  16,   at 8.15 o'clock.
Vancouver Horse Show Building, Monday
and Tuesday Evenings; Tues. Ma.inee'3.30;
NINE  SOLOISTS  "NINE
Prices: ���Matinee, School Children,25c; Adults, $1.00
Evening, 50c 75c. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Tickets on sale Monday, May 8, at W. F. Evans'
music store at 10 a.m.   Mail orders now accepted.
Address all enquiries to F. W. Dyke, P.O. Box
303, Vancouver.
Special cart arranged for, to and from Vancouver.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
'Telephone R 113. Office: Princeaa 8t
All the May Day Needs
Can be Well Supplied
5 acres and house,
just off Hastings
road, close to city
carline, price $7,500;
apply-
Walker Bros.
Edmonds Station
AT
"Ike WHITE HOUSE
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what la
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until it is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. (*. DONLEY, Local Manager, PAGE POUR.
rTHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAV, MAV  12,  1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   ot   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
AT IT AGAIN.
J. D. Taylor, M. P. anl editor of
the Columbian must be a happy man
again, he has another opportunity to
sling mud, this time at the Hon.
Frank Oliver, minister of the Interior.
It is some time since Irresponsible
persons have made insinuations
against ministers of the crown, and
right loyally has the editor of the
Columbian stayed by the insinuations,
and when proof has been forthcoming
of the innocence of the parties accused, forgot to make the amende
honorable, but has always left the
impression that the attacks were true.
The Albertan of Calgary, commenting
on the attacks of the Edmonton
papers, so gloated upon by the Columbian, says:
MATSQUI   RANCH  TOR SALE
We have exclusive sale of 40 acres in Sec. 13, Tp. 17, Matsqui. This
property is all slashed and twenty-three acres under cultivation.
(8 acres ln hay and 15 acres In grain). Small house and barn.
Purchaser may have immediate possession. Price only $175 per
acre.
FOR TERMS, ETC.  See
Malins, Coulthard & Co, Ltd.
Guichon  Bleck.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
.BUSINESS SCHOOL
fffbri	
No man can hope for advancement without training.
The WorW wants trained men and women���won't
hat A an/ other kind.
Go Into Training!
" '   alt   '   *
When the training is in the hands of the
Modern Business School
time is saved and great results accomplished
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
CHILD EMIGRATION TO
DOMINIONS IS DISCUSSED
Duke of  Marlborough   Brings   Up  an
Important Matter in the House
of Lords.
least W were, killed.   That not all the
dead mtve bee_ recovered   ls   apparent from  the  fact   that   today   Red
_���-...-     - ������ ��.��� .-.-_.��. i Cross   ��� surgeons     and     insurrectos
The bully on the street insults an found 8eve_* bodies, four of them in
honest mun and dares him to come a back room of a public house where
across  and  fight.    It  is  not  always  they  had  been  thrown.      The  other
convenient to take such measures and1 th''ee  were   *ou,nd   ��"��  either   hovels
���_ _ _   . , .��� ���   __ i   �����i,. I where *they  had  taken refuge, or in
tbe honest man does not care to fight, | back  yarQS      Atnorough   �����;,-.   t0
but his cause is just and the insult  house search  ls being made and  by
undeserved, even though he declines  nightfall a list of dead should be com-
to give battle to the rowdy.   That Is  pleje; ...-__
... ,     ���,.      _,������_���-   ,.      Between 450 and 500 federal pr son-     ���
not a fair way of settling matters of  -^ dtaai.mod but _��� ���, them'bv n_-
this kind, and no sane person would  means disconsolate, are being guard-   , T?1-0 \M_y 11*~In the House ot
think of believing the rowdy because ed in tho barracks and Cuartel.    In-  ^'JTau^'ii thet(D,lkfe  ��__��._1-
his oi.nonent had declined the lnvita-' deed- more th;ln ����� <" the prisoners,  E�����llgh ���"ed tuf Mention of   the
his opponent nad declined tne inviia i house t0 tne unanimous recommenda
tion  to mix it up. ,0Bt   nl8\07ear�������at  Casas    Grades    I'0"  madfe  aJ, the  Iil8t  imPerial  ���*
The Cross newspapers of Edmontou  and who received a bullet in his right  , leUCe, encouraging of Bri*-
arc condemning Frank Oliver because' arm yesterday, savagely expressed ������-���, gra��ts \�� Proceed to the
be does not start a suit for libel or j J* J^���r the victory of the Ma, tggZFg ^J�� S/I
for damage, against McGllllcuddy, **I did not want to fight with the government intended to take any
who made the assault upon him. In'federal forces," said the lean-visaged BteJ,'S ^^7 effCCt t0 th'S V'eW'
the first place, McGllllcuddy has said'little fellow with the emptv sleeve,1 , V?o light the tlrae had arrived
nothing which is actionable,    as    be1"*"* they forced me into the ranks.   ^"    ^^X^VitT^he  mn
My sympathies are all with the insur-. S^VTSflfShi.SS  and "In'
crease tlie facilities at present avail
able respecting  women.    Continuing,
 j he said he affirmed that  while there
Famous Men Invited to London  Dur-  . eL'e mllllnns m��re women than men
made no mention as far as the public' ^IctoB?
is aware of the name of    the    man]	
whom he has assailed. j     GATHERING   OF   EXPLORERS,
But there is a most decided objection for a man of the high stamp of, jng coronation.
Friday ��d Saturday
SPECIALS
AT
C. B. DEANS'
GROCERY
415 Colombia St.    Telephone 396
Navel   Oranges,   sweet   and   juicy
 25c and 35c doz.
Blue   Label   Catsup,   amall   bottles
 15c bot.
B. C. Milk, 20-oz. cans 10c
Dewar Watsons Co. Sweet Pickles, 25c
Fresh Eggs 3 doz. for $1.00
Castile Soap 8 for 25c
Oatmeal Soap 8 ..for 25c
Purity Flour, regular price ..  ..$1.75
Special   Friday  and   Saturday  only
 $1.65
(We can recommend this Flour).
Choice Creamery Butter ..3 lbs. $1.00
i_���j Twin   Screw   Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
irasniK-l*11*' '"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 Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway,
etc.'
Tickets and information for all points east, including Detroit, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Niagara
Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great Britain and
the Continent.
HARRY G. 8MITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
Store
To Rent
In excellent location.
TO RENT���Two offices in Dominion
Trust Block facing Columbia street,
occupation June 1.
London,  May  11.
Frank Oliver, to mix it up In the law 	
., _,,,,     ,.              _,    ,        * ::   . , *'    .   ~.~a.~ I "le emigration  or  wome.
courts with a man like McGllllcuddy.   graphical  society  is  to celebrate the   con(i,lcte(i In as decent a
Sir John A. Macdonald laid it down  coronation by  a great gathering   of  m..lflner as ,s possible.
���   lltall Itl CrnibftYirt r.v,.lr.mrn T_..I*..*,.  *
,    , , , ,    .    ,     ...   , 'distinguished   explorers.     Invitations,     , nr,i  , ������..��� _-iH ttio ���~i���riii���n ,.-
as a  nnncinle   not to start anv libel   . ��____    .     __ ���     '     J-.oru  tineas said  tue emigration  o
cia    a    i/i in*.. i>,v,    ..ua    au    bmu,   ��".'    "w f f0    (iome    fn    T.Ondnn    fnr    thi*    l\nr*iiclr,r*        ....
in England, there were a million more
. I men  than   women  ln  the dominions.
Tlie   Royal   Geo-ITne emigration of women should be
^^^^_    an 1 proper a
possib"
List   your  furnished   or   unfurnished rooms and houses with us.
CALL ON
Dominion Trust Co.
'Phone 56. 602 Columbia St.
WESTMINSTER  OPERA   HOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
Wedaely,'   May     1/
1 ne Girl
Rectors
rom
By Paul M. Potter
One year in New York
Six months in Chicago
Prices,  $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
Advertise in the Daily News
decision  is  made,   usually   docs    not5 ruzzi,     Charcot,     Sven     Hedin     and
, .. ,  ,    .    ,,    .       . | Shackleton. to mention only a few of
refer to the main point of attack    atl _   _,���___  nameg  ...  cnrol,e<1  on
all. 13..  the list of honor.
When a newspaper makes an    as-1  ���
sault and tries-to prove it by    cha','UNCLE SAM  DISMISSES
lenging a libel suit, it is playing   tho
part of the common bully, why chai-
LABOR  UNION  EMPLOYEES
Washington. May 11.���Second    As-
lsh  emigrants  to  so  to    the    British!
colonies    in     preference    to   foreign
countries.    Thc question would come
up   at  the   imperial   conference,  and
the government  would  do all    thai;
was  possible  to  meet the wishes of,
the representatives of tiie dominions.!
Earl  Selborne complained  that the!
government had no' carried out   the
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND LOW PRICES
FURNITURE
 -- -*   *���*������    ajann.ua.    '"������spirit   of   the   rcsolition,   passed     at
lenges the inoffensive citizen    to    a   slstant  Postmaster Ceneral    Stewart   t|]e conference of the dominions, and
jjoht# ,   I | ijB.?. i admftte 1 today before the bouse com '
.���,.                                          ,   I | Jjflj! admitted today before the bouse com-; Mke(J   f      cooperation.    This  means ��� C-^ _���_~--* !_��� C^*.-mjm          4* _L _-%        \X/_>-_ _-vl >-    UmJ
The  fact   that   Mr.   Oliver  has   no    mi ^   ��"   c'h'   fl,',nfK'"   'v1"   c:erkBja  demand   for organization  and    the ��� ,_Tll^Cl___Ll5i lOlT           LUG          W CCK-LlIlQ
it-nd  le. *  action a.alnsl   McGilli   haa J56^ ,d^hw8��d from the govern- government  could   not  spend  money ��� K/MvVtt*lU *Vi            CJLJLV^          ������   V^V^JIV    -Mll%t
dered  legal action agalnat  McGUU-   ,llenf aervlce for actlvlty ,n proi-oUng  fa encouraging young women |  S ��� ���
iddy,  ne:t.u-r  indicates that  hs    is  the organization ot a Hades union.       ,0        to the ovor8eaB territories. ���
dltv or that    hc-    is innocent.    Yet      T��e clerks were removed from the   H
e Cross carers ara actually aakln*Ist   Pa"}    offi,'e-    Thf,y    were    ��ood        D,r*.   r.e_.    _-..���-r-^    -.--        _���
their readers (o condemn the man
who has lived his life in their midst,
against whom there has been no
charge or word of suspicion, whose
life has been scrupulous, honorable,
upright and useful, Just because he
has not yet mixed it up in tlie law
���courts with a man like D. McUilli-
cuddy. No person will bo convinced
iy that kind   of argument
to go to the overseas territories
BIG    FISH     STARTED     FIRE.
clerks, Mr. Stewart said,    but    their
"pernicious action" amounted  to    in-  Jerked Into Bonfire and Sent Sparks I
subordination.                                            I Int. Car of Hay.
Fort Plain,    N.   Y.,   May    11 ���An i
Oscar V. Wilson, president    of    the i 	
National Federation of Postal Clerks, | eiRnt.pounu-  ,,sn 8Pt  flre last night to
was dismissed from the postal servlce|n  hav ������,. ���-  .,   oi^i-,, u_��-   i ���-
in Chicago because of union activity.
Killed by Lightning
Herlin, May 11.���During the storms
a hay car on a siding here, biirnin.,
thc car to the tracks and with 6">
bales of hay. The fish was a sucker.
Boys,  angling at  night,   had  bui't
,    - -'   "*,   -"���*������*" l"c ���<����������"" i bonfire on the Mohawk river bank, a
that    occurred    throughout    Germany. few foet from the hay car,    when the
yesterday, Rghtning  killed  eight  Per-}flgb   W,1S   landed   ���   fo���    among   the
. sons    in    and    near Hamburg,    and   blirnln_  bran(ls  :ind  threshed   about
Tlie   Columbian,   in   its    article,   is   wrecked  a natural    gas  well    which! ,���|M),.   ���,,��� ,_��� , ���_ ,_    .,���
Krosslv unfair to the Hon. Frank Oil-' ,la'*  t,pen recently capped    with
ver, the question of McGillicuddys at.| greatest difQg-lty.
tack has been before the house, the,	
fullert Investigation is asked by tho
minister, and though it is inevitable
tbat the opposition papers In the
home town of the minister, are only
too glad to have a stone to throw, yet
il is very questionable whether ia-
1>crs desirous of honest dealings in
���political affairs should comment in so
biased a manner.
Owing to the thousands of dollars
paid to the Columbian yearly ln advertising pap by the Provincial government, all their articles dealing
wilh political subjects should be
treated by the people purely as :>aid
���write-ups.
th
wildly, showering sparks in every di-
-'. rection, one of which nestled down ln
the hay and kindled the blaze.
Hevolufionsiis Planning
formation Of Government
(Continued from Page One.)
wounded In the two days' fighting.
An Associated Press correspondent,
today saw 1��7 federal and Insurrecto
wounded at. the temporary quarters
<of the Red Cross, 15 federal and insurrecto wounded in a shot-riddled
store thai had been converted Into a
temporary hospital, while 2'i others
had b(.>uiK*onveyed to the American
side tilf the river. From estimates
made by federal prisoners and by iu-
flttrcectos, it Is safe  to say   that   at
Why Not '^er
Dine at the "Royal"?
We are serving lots of new Spring Dishes now. Come
tonight or tomorrow; the most sanitary place, and beautiful
surroundings in the city.
ROYAL CAFE
Dominion Trust Block, New Westminster
Seagrass Chairs, each 2p��5.yU
Bedroom Tables, each ��pl.50
Bedroom Rockers, each  Jp 1.10
Curtain Stretchers, each  ��P * �����*"
Adjustable Pin Curtain Stretchers, each ��|>__!.OU
Child's Seagrass Rockers !p__I.UU
Child's Seagrass Chairs $1.75
Camphor Wood Chests ��P��5.1HJ
Shirtwaist Boxes, each ��p��3.UU
Shoe Boxes for keeping your extra shoes in, each ��p_2.0U
Four-fold Screens, from *p_i.75
Linoleum, 4 yards wide, the square yard uOC.
Matting, red, blue or green, per yard 1 OC.
Cottage Rods, 4 feet long 3 for 25c.
Galloway & Lewis
We Sell for Less
401-403 Columbia St., Cor. 4th St.     Telephone 829 FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS. ��
PAGE
jSPOR^
REGINAS SCORE
FIRST VIC10RY
WEST ENDERS TAKE b.'HORTEND
OF FIVE-THFiEE LACROSSE
GAME���NEW MEN ON EACH
TEAM   LACK   COMBINATION.
MORGAN PEEVISH
TOWARD PRESS
���IF NEWSPAPER8 WOULD ONLY
LEAVE ME ALONE," HE SAY8
ON REACHING PARIS���ART
DEALERS BESIEGE.
The West End Intermediates fell
down before the onslaught of the Re- j
gtnas In the first lacrosse match of'
the season, at Queens park yesterday I
evening. The score at the end of
play was flve to three In favor of the
redbreasts.
A good-sized crowd witnessed the
game, wllich, although fairly fast and'
speedy ln spots, was yet of early-season standard. The presence of several new men on each lineup did not
help tbe team work; on the contrary good combination play was not
in evidence. The boys have yet to
"find" each other, and it will take
two or three games before the Intermediates  get  working smoothly.
The Heginas got oft" to a good start,
scoring a trio ln one-two-three order.
The West Enders tallied a loner in
the first spasm, but did better ln the
second, netting the sphere twice,
evening up with their opponents. The
third quarter was void, barren and
scoreless. In the final period the
Re.ls rolled in two, this being their
majority for the game. The match
finished In semt-darknesB.
Roy Pearson, who was reported to
have signed on with tho Maple Leafs,
Limited, turned out with his old teammates, although permission was refused tbe other Westminster-North
Vancouver-Maple Leafs Limited man,
Chick Robertson, to play. The form
showed 'jy Pearson on the Held last
night should entitle him to a position on the N. V. L. L. team.
The   teams:
West End���Goal, Gilley; point,
Mortison; coverpolnt. Cooper; defence field, Gregory, Currle, Battson; |
center, Louis Sangster; home field,
Walker Sanster, L. Adams, Bartlett,
McPhaden, Storme.
Heginas���Goal, Keary; point, Pearson; coverpolnt, Cotton; defence
field. Weaver, Kenton, Turnbull; center. Ferguson; home field. Eastman,
J. Gifford, Stewart, C. Smith, McKenzie.
Referee���C. I).  Peele.
Paris, May 11.���When J. Plerpont
Morgan, of New York, arrived here
hundreds of Prussian art dealers
flocked to the hotel at which he was
Installed in a suite which King Edward was wont to occupy. Their purpose was to sell "masterpieces" to
the richest American." In the course
of the morning Mr. Morgan received
a newspaper correspondent, evidently
tbrough mistake, for he left off arranging the program of his stay ln
Paris and began Immediately to usher
his caller toward the door, exclaiming:
"Don't ask me about anything appearing in the papers."
Asks Mr. Morgan About Art.
"No," explained the correspondent,
"I want to ask you about art. Each
day the newspapers announce purchases by you of European works of
art which you intend to export to
America. It seems probable, therefore, does It not, that you will go
down ln history aa the man who has
stimulated and benefited American
art more than any other man ?"
"Yes," admitted the financier with
a vigorous nod, as he stopped the advance toward the door.
"Then what do you consider the
Jrend of art in America ?"
Wishes to Be Left Alone.
"Oh, my dear fellow," replied Mr.
Morgan, again rushing toward the
door, "it will be time enough to consider that when the time comes. If
the newspapers would only, let me
alone !"
The financier broke ofT suddenly
and went back toward a friend waiting beside a fire screen, on which was
the royal seal of England. As the
correspondent departed he heard Mr.
Morgan remark to his visitor:
"Yes, a game of bridge or anything
you like; only, for heaven's sake,
don't give me anything more to eat���
no banquets and no court dinners. 1
am sick and tired of this eternal eating." !
MAYOR GAYNOR TELLS ....
OF HIS POOR HEALTH
New York, May 11.���Almost the
first statement that Mayor Gaynor has
made as to liis health since he was1
Bitot at lloVoken; is given ln aa open'
letter written ln reply to certain!
criticisms of his attitude toward tbe
proposed new city charter.
"in my miserably impaired physical
condition," says the mayor, "1 have;
not  been able to take the part    la;
drafting the new city charter which I
I had hoped to take.   It was nip and
tuck to keep on my feat that winter.
J must bear with things as best I can
until  the good weather restores me.
I am conscious of my shortcomings
and of how much I have tried   the
patience of everyone, but I have done
the best I could to stick to'the Job."
QUAIL'S DEBT TO THE HEN PAID.
Odessa,  Mo.,  May  11.���No .one ln
this town will be surprised if sporting
: blood gets the better of a brood of
motherless chicks here which a quail
has adopted for her very own. In
fact, the children of Edward McCaul-
ley, the street commissioner, are
awaiting expectantly for a whir and
the sudden flight of the mother quail
and Its adopted children.
Last winter the children found tbe
quail fluttering with a broken wing
in the street. While they effected a
cure ln the house the bird became
quite tame. It became reconciled to
civilization and took a place in the
chicken yard.
Shortly after a brood of chickens
was hatched the mother hen died.
Tbe quail seeming to understand the
situation, took charge of the orpbans.
The chlcka follow It about the yard
and take its instructions ln tbe matter of diet as the law. They can
hardly be said to hover under Its
small wings at sight, but lt covers
them as much as it can, and, unused
to. anything better, it's a happy
family.
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Genui
Two Lots, 50 x 132 ft. each
one block from Burnaby
lake carline,
Price $500 each
on easy terms
������������������   EXCLUSIVELY '
BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES CO., LTD.
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. R'y
City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
~
W.  H.  KEARY,   Thomp��on Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone 6.        ,_.���, 520 Columbia street
I
Knockout Brown Wins.
Xew     York,     May    12.���Knockout
Brown cot tlie decision in a ten-round
bout over Tommy  Murphy, of Brooklyn, tonight.
DEPUTY  IS  UNABLE
TO  READ WARRANT
SEMAPHORES   FOR   STREET.
Paris Experimenting With New Traf
fie Regulations.
Paris, May 11.���A new system for |
regulating traffic is about to be tested and if it  succeeds its employment
will become general,
An iron structure with semaphore
arms has been erected in the center
Of the square at Montmartre,
where the traffic is very heavy at all
hours of the day. The apparatus is
fitted with four signal arms, and these
c;in tie seen at a considerable distance. Drivers of vehicles arriving
on thc square wlll halt if the signal Is
against them, and wait for a white
disc  to he  shown  before  proceeding.
At night red and green lights will
replace the red and white discs of
daytime.
Walla Walla, May 11.���Sam Curio,
an Italian, newly appointed deputy
sheriff, got his first warrant to serve
today.
He located his prisoner, a countryman, hut on pulling out the warrant
found he could not read it.
Seeing his perplexity, the prisoner
volunteered to read it himself, hut,
getting the warrant, shoved it in his
pocket and walked away.
The deputy did not know what to
do, but finally reported to tlte sheriff,
who located the biding Italian and
landed  him  in Jail.
If you want to Borrow Money or Loan
It on first mortgages   can aDd see __.; i am
the man you NEED.   My advice and experience ls at your disposal.
W. F. Edmonds
LOAN  SPECIALIST.
613 Columbia Street. Phone 927.
MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor!
We have some good lots In Sapperton ln fine locations. Price,
$550 and $600; terms $50 to $60 cash, balance $10 per month.
BURNABY���Some high fine lots corner First avenue and Cumberland street, 85ft. frontage Price $425 to $475, terms $50 cash,
balance $10 per month.
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.
Piano
Music Store Reference���
Work  Guaranteed
Tunin
P
$3.00 if convenient to railway
Box 455
R. Pearee
New Westminster.
FOR SALE
Two particularly choice lpts on
Fourth street, between Fourth and
Fifth avenues at $1100 and $13 00 , respectively. Reasonable terms.
Also some of the finest residences in the city.
13?"prt__ ��_on ,t��"rnrO0m���co,tage on cement foundation, lot 66x
i-t>.   frice $1500, $500 cash handles this.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW WESTMINSTER AND SUBURBAN SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696.
. ���"
622 Columbia street.
English   &   Brown
Real   Estate   and   Insurance  Agents.
520 Columbia Street, Thompson Block.
Phone 908.
Alick Lauder.
The fact of belonging to the same
family as  Harry  Lauder ought to be
sufficient guarantee to the people of
the l'nited States and Canada of tha
ability of any member as a humorist.
In Alick Lauder, tlie younger brother
of  the  world   renowne 1  Harry,    the
people of Westminster will have ths
chance of a lifetime in hearing   the
panky   Scotch   humor   of   this   noted
comedian when he appears here   on,
May  13,    Mr.  Lauder    Is    considered j
quite tlie ciiual of Harry, and ln fact
by many people is considered ln some
lines  of  humor by   far superior.  The,
company assisting Mr, Lauder are al! j
sturs of tho first magnitude.   Hemem
ber  the date,  and   secure your  S'*ats
early    for    there   will   doubtless   bo
one of the largest audlencfifl ever seen
in the opera house.
CANON  HEARS "CUSSING."
Av/ards Palm to Loggers of British
Columbia.
Ottawa, May 11.���For plain and
fancy "cussing" Canon Tucker, of
London. Ont., awards thc palm to the
"lumberjacks" of the Pacific coast. In.
an address on missionary work at St.
Matthew's church here lie said:
"Vou think that, the woodmen ln
the Ottawa valley can swear, but if
yen want to hear blasphemy reduced
to a flne art you have to hear" the
loggers of Hritish Columbia. When
one of them starts it woul.l make the
hair stand upon your head."
HEN   IS  BURIED  ALIVE
BY   THRIFTY   COUGAR
Vancouver, Wash., May 11.���A big
cougar, which lias 'teen prowling
���around tho live stock on Burnt Bridge
<*reek for Beveral days, attacked nnd
killed a valuable one-year-old heifer
belonging to John II. Young, this
morning, and when discovered was
voraciously  devouring the body.
A hen was found cache! ln a ho'e
near there last week by a farmer, The
cougar evidently linU du,* the hoi"
with his paws and cached the llvo
hen, which was uninjured, until such
time as lie would be hungry and ho
would  return.
The tracks of the animal wero
thick around the hole, and a trap was
not for him, but he lias not yet returned for the poultry.
FANCY VESTS
There s a crisp freshness about a Fancy V est
that adds charm to good dressing.
Our line is noticeably attractive in mercercized
fabrics, silk serges and honeycomhs, pencil stripe
and a hundred-and-one new novelty effects, as
well as the pique in white.
$1.50, $1.75 to $5.00
Tone up your suit on special occasions with a fancy vest.
A,
Mills & Co.
517 Columbia Street
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
A Few Snaps!
CITY I
Three large lots with a modern 5
roomed Cottage, one minute to
carline, valued at $4,500.00, and
. SOO pure-bred chickens, producing a net income of $125.00 a
month. To sell as a going concern. Price $5,250.00, on terms
over two years.
SURREY
30 1-2 acres in the S. E. quarter of j
Section 36, Twp. 2.   Price $160
per acre.   Terms over eighteen
months.      j
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BURNABY
5 cleared lots, close to carline; 50x
132 feet each.   Price $430 each.
Cn terms.
The prices on all the above are
away below value, and will not be
on the market long. See me at
once.
s
McCORMICK
Real Estate and Financial Agent.
I 613 Columbia Street. Phone 927
rn PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911. \
OIL is KING !!
OIL
LIMITED
Capital $ 1,000,000
e
Par Value $1.00 Per Share.   All Shares Fully Paid and Non-Assessable
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY:
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. BURN8 A CO., LTD., NEW   WE8TMINSTER. JOHN A. CAMERON, SEATTLE, WASH., U. S. A��� SECRETARY.
A. WM. LOHMANN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 8EATTLE, WASH., U. 8.,., TREASURER.
Registered Offices:
634 LUMBER  EXCHANGE  BUILDING, SEATTLE, WASH., U.  8. A.
This Company's property lies within three miles of the City of
Katalla, at the head of Controller Bay, in the heart and centre of the
great Alaska oil basin. It is surrounded by "gushers" and pumping
wells, has 4 1-2 miles of coast frontage and a railroad (The Copper
River and Northwestern) running through it. Oil seeps through everywhere and is of a quality hitherto unknown, being of the value of $2 to $3 per barrel.
���7
000  SHARES
of $1.00 each, fully paid and non-assesable,
are now offered for subscription
c
HARE
This Issue will be withdrawn on jr before MOISiDAY, MAY22.
All applications at 25c. must be in by the morning of May 23.
It is anticipated that these shares will be selling at par ($1 each) within 4 months.
Prospectus and full information may be obtained, and maps, photos and samples of oil from
the Company's property seen at the
Offices of the Fiscal Agents:
National Stock and Bond Corporation, Ltd.
Telephonic 31 78.
605 Dominion Trust Building
To whom all appplications for stock must be made.
Vancouver, B. C.
' ___s______A_4r-r-__.___t_r._��___. J FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, lntenda to ao-
tbe
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict pf
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Johnson, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the    fol- __	
lowing described lands:  Commencing I ply for permission to purchase
at a post planted at the southeast side'	
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
theace west 80 chains, thence north | er, about two chains north
40    chains,  thence    east    80 chains,
thence south    40 chains,    containing
220 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 10th, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.I
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation broker, iucnds to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted .0 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thenco
��ast 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Cova
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 48o acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 6th, 1911.
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
The Corporation invite tenders for
tbe  laying of  cement  sitewa'ks   on
       Eighth  street,  from  Columbia  street
following described lands: ] to Sixth avenue, and on Front street
Commencing at a post planted  onj from  Eighth   street   to end   of   the
the east bank of the Cheakamous riv-  Schaake Machine Works, buildings.
of    the |    Plans, specifications and further in-
mouth of Marble Creek,   and   about' formation may be obtained from the
ninety chains north of tbe north end | office of the city engineer, City ball,
of Daisy  Lake and    marked    North      Tenders  to  be deposited  with  the
West Post; thence south eighty chains | undersigned  by  five o'clock on  Mon-
��sr
TOM
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that  I,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
married  woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing at  a
l>ost planted at tbe southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
wist    80   chains, thence    south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
along Cheakamous river; thence east!
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; tbence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less. I
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.]
Dated March 28, 1911. j
day, the 22nd of May, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
May 10th, 1911.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tbe undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for supply of Steam Coal," will
be received at this office until 4 p. m.
on Wednesday, May 24th, 1911, for
the supply of Steam Coal to the B. C.
Fleet of Dredges.
Forms of tender can be procured at
the office of William Henderson, Esq.,
Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C,
from the Postmaster, Vancouver, and
also at the office of the undersigned,
ln New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
BIG BELLY ELECTED
CHIEF OE SARCEES
UNANIMOUS CHOICE AS SUCCESSOR TO BULL HEAD���THE NEW
LEADER 18 POPULAR AMONG
YOUNGER MEMBER8 OF TRIBE.
TENDERS   WANTED.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C��� occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, which point is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Green
lake, thence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres more or
lens
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22,  1911.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned, up till noon May 20,
1911, for the erection of car barn
buildings, Chilliwack, B. C.
Plans and specifications can be To-
cured upon application at the office
of W. H. Hazlltt, purchasing agen',
Vancouver.
The lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted.
B.   C.  ELECTRIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,
excepted the southerly 12 feet heretofore conveyed, in the district of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Metallic Fittings", Railway
Mall Service, Vancouver, B. C, will
be received until 4.00 p. m., on Monday, May 22, 1911, for the supply of
Fittings mentioned.
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at the Post Office,
Vancouver, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
and   signed   with  their  actual  signa-
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
���r\s\ a am      m**t.      ���,.��.        __.   _   .    _i T        ?i ucioao   yi uui   ui   mu   iuo��   ui   u.i u-
ruu;     r7vt,      / u   e' Ge�� B9  flcate of Title number 11690F. issued
Osborn, or  Vancouver, B. C, occupa-1 ,    ._ . ,       .  r,       1 ���   *     ��� ���-_���	
tion  carpenter,  intend  to  apply    fori'n ^JSFu ��L��S^i   Campbe"' ua8i tures.
permission to purchase the following  bee*flie^ "t "J of,'      I* . ,   _ ���       Each tender m,lst be accompanied
described lands:    Commencing at    a      N��tice i3. ne!'eby f at J 8.      '  *>* an accepted cheque on a charter-
post planted 10 cbalns north of the; at the exPlratlon of one, month flom j ed bank, payable to the order of th*
southeast coiner of lot 111, thence;the date of the fir8t Publlcatlon here-| Honourable the Minister of Public
cast 80 chains, thence south 60 chains, I of* ln a daily new8PaPer published in, Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
the City of New Westminster, issue a
theuce west 60 chains, tlience north
C>u chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone  Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime vald objection
be made to me in writing.
C.   S.  KEITH.,
District-Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New  Westminster, B. C, May 2. 1911.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
CUpatlon  broker,  intend  to apply for
permission to purchase fne following ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
described   landB:     Commencing at al     Re a part (5 acres) of the south 69
post planted at tlie southwest corner acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
4o   chains,   thence  north    60  chains,
thence  east 60  chains,  thence  south
40   chains,   tlience  east    20    chains,
tbence   south   40
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND
Date!   April
tlon 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) lu
the District of New Westminster.
Whereaa proof of the loss of certlfl
cate  title  N'o.  4781A,   issued  in    the
name of George A. Witherspoon, has
chains,  containing; been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
, at tho expiration of one month   from
Boone Kerlin, Agent, j the date of the first publication here
 l'Jth,   Hill. j 0ff j- a daily newspaper published in
-'civct i \vn mcTDicT   ni-t-i-t ~��ithe Clty of New Westminster, issue h
COAbT LAND DIbTRICT���District of   ,.������,,������,���  �����  ,,,���  ,.���,. ,,���',���   ���_
.,,   ���,    ,r���.      __.,       .,   .   ,     . i duplicate of the said   certificate, un-
ni rV, �����n    , ���   Ag^e-'leea In the meantime valid   objection
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupaUon | �� made tQ me in _,_,���___
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Title,*..
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West-
of  lot  380,  thence  west  80    chains, imlnBtcr* B   C- Marca 9* 19U'
thence north  80  chains, thence east
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chaina, 	
thence east  40  chains,  tbence south | R<j  _.__._  _f  port  Moody
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender not be accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.    ,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, April 24, 1911
New  Westminster
Mail Service
married woman, intend to apply for;
permission to purchase tbe following'
described lands: Commencing at n|
poat planted at the northeast corner |
Calgary, May 11.���A new tepee village has sprung into existence on the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Sarcees reserve, the occasion being
tenders will be not considered unless j the forthcoming 'seed dance," an In-
jnade on forms supplied, and signed i dian ceremony intended to bless and
with their actual signatures, stating i cause to prosper, the growth of all
their occupation and place of resid-1 things sown or planted by the Sac-
ence.   In the case of firms, the actual J rees.    This  Interesting    affair    waa
signature, the nature of the occupation, and the place of residence of
each member of the flrm must be
given.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
H. A. BAYFIELD,
*   Superintendent of Dredges
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster, B. C, May   12th, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement lf they insert it
without authority from the Department.
IN
THE   SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. R. ..���..i.,,.  .nun* uie uunuwn Dounnary
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00[of the said  south half of the north-
Between
Sherman & Hinchcllffe
Plaintiffs (Judgment Creditors)
and
George Browse and Jason Allard. executors  under the last will  and
testament of Basil Brousseau, and
the said  Basil  Brousseau.
Defendants (Judgment Debtors).
Pursuant to the order of Hon. Mr.
Justice Murphy, made herein the 25th
day of February 1911, I will on Friday,
the 19th day of May, 1911, at the hour
of 12 o'clock noon, at my offlce,
Court House, New Westminster, offer
for sale by public auction, all the right,
title and interest of th edefendants
(judgment debtors) ln the following
lands, the north-easterly twenty acres
of the south half of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8.
Langley Prairie, New Westminster
District, more fully described as follows:
Commencing at a point 60 links
west of tbe north-east corner of the
south half of the north-east quarter
of Section 24, Township 8, New Westminster District, thence southerly and
parallel to the easterly boundary of
the aaid south half of the north-east
quarter of Section 24, Township 8, for
a distance of 8.50 chains, thence westerly and parallel to the northern boundary of the said south half of the
north-east quarter of Section 24,
Township 8, for a distance of 23.53
chains, thence northerly and parallel
to the cistern boundary of the said
south half of the north-east qaurter
of Section 24, Township 8, for a distance of 8.50 chains, more or leas, to
the northern  boundary of   the   said
scheduled to be held on Sunday, but
the Indians were unable to complete
arrangements ln time and the dance
was postponed for twenty-four hours.
Yesterday all was ln readiness until
the alarming news was' spread that
Eagle Robe, a prominent brave, had
been taken 111 and consequently a
second postponement was ordered by
"Two Young men," tbe Sarcees medicine man. An air of gloom prevaded
the village when the medicine man's
mandate was Issued, but ln cases ot
this kind his will is absolute and so
the dance was called off. Probably
the affair will be beld during the
week, although yesterday "Two
j Young Men" declined to fix a date.
Eagle Robe was to bave been the
chief factotum at the celebration, a
sort of cotillion leader, as It were,
and his untimely illness upset ali calculations.
"Mr. and Mrs. Dodging Horse" and
entire family were very much chastened ln spirit, as they are a'considerable factor in the social life of the
reserve and have been looking for-
| ward to the season's leading function
In a very expectant manner.
i Among other disappointed social
dignitaries were Mr. and Mrs. Weasel
Fleet, the better half of this combination being a "climber" and one of the
aspirants to the proud position occupied by Mrs. Dodging Horse.
The   New  Chief  of  the  Sarcees.
There was but one individual who
remained calm and unperturbed as befitting his position and dignity, and
that person, of course, was none o'.her
than the renowned "Big Belly," the
new chief of all the Sarcees. In anticipation of the coming event, "Big
Belly" pitched his tent in the midst
of the village. Here he had prepared
a native couch on which he reclined
in regal fashion, allowing various
members of the tribe the honor of
awaiting His Majesty's pleasure. With
all the langour of a sultan he permitted attendants to light his pipe and
to fetch and carry generally. From
the royal couch he also received a
few pa defaced brothers and to a
chosen few of these he offered the
privilege of smoking the peace pipe.
Lying back in tbe enjoyment of solid
comfort, "Big Belly" was the personification of ease.
Election was Unanimous.
The superintendent of Indian agencies who arrived from Ottawa a few
days ago, visited the encampment on
SOCIALISTS WANT SEATS
IN BKlTfSH PARLIAMENT
If   Salary   Is   Attached   to   Position
Many Will Try for Easy Jobs at
Next Election.
London, May 11.���Now tbat members of parliament are going to >e
paid for their services���the bill hasn't
passed yet, but lt is sure to do ao
shortly���the Socialists are going ac
tively into politics. They have never
made an organized attempt to secure
representation ln the English national
legislative body ln the past because,
so long as tbe members were unpaid,
tbey couldn't afford It. Before the
next election this obstacle will be removed.
Undoubtedly tbere will be soma
sort of alliance between the Socialist*
and Laborites. Indeed, there has
been ln the past The Socialists have
voted for Labor candidates, as tbe
nearest thing tliey could get to what
tbey wanted. And tbe Laborites have
supported their members by levies upon their various, unions. The courts
have decided, however, that theae
levies are unlawful. In future, instead
of the Socialists voting for Laborites,
the Laborites will probably vote for
Socialists.
On the whole, as between the
Labor and Socialist parties, the
change will not make much difference. Of the forty-one labor members
in parliament now, about thirty, although elected on the Labor ticket,
are Socialists, too. So there are only
eleven of them that the Socialists will
have to replace from tbeir own group.
Even of these eleven, the most will
probably find themselves able to reconcile their own views with the
Socialist faith.
But where there will be a difference will be in tbe withdrawal of
Labor aid from the Liberals. If Ireland gets home rule, as seems extremely likely, and drops out of the
Imperial parliament, and the Laborites are merged with tbe Socialists,
the latter will have the balance of
power. By throwing their influence
to one side or the other they will be
able to overturn administrations at
will. This will certainly enable them
to extort tremendous concessions. If
these concessions are refused, they
can, by voting administration after
administration out of office, compete-
ly tie up legislative business, stop
supplies, put an end to taxation, raise
Cain geaerally.
Of course this is based on the assumption that tbe Liberals and Conservatives are pretty evenly divided,
and that the Socialists bave a comfortable representation. Everything
indicates that this will be the case.
In the last two parliaments, though
the Liberals have had a big majority
tbrough their alliance with the Irish
and Laborites, the difference between
tbe respective strengths of the
straight Liberal and straight Conservative groups has only been two or
three members.
And tbe next election promises ta
bring in a considerably greater number ot Socialists than there are Labor
members at present.   The reason   tor
5��JS.  o��-   %____��-* *��  ���-<or\^^^ *���
of Section 24,   Township   t,   thence| the wishes of the tribe with referenc.
easterly along the northern boundary  to the selection of a    successor    to
Just be-
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
40 chains, containing 480 acres more;
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent
Dated April 16th, 1911.
LAND     DISTRICT���District
COAST ^^^^^^^^^^^
of Coast���Take notice that I, George	
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, oc-^t tbe expiration of one month from
the nortli
portion (33x132 feet) of Lot No. 25,
Block 7, Clark's Survey.
Wbereaa proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 1445A, issued
in the name of John Nicolson Muir,
bas been filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I ahall
oration real estate, intends to apply the date of the first publication here-
for permlaslon to purchaae the fol- of. ln a dally newspaper published ln
lowing described landa: Commencing the City of New WMtntautw.inm a
at a post planted southeast corner of duplicate of the said certl flcate unless
T   L   31782   tbence north 8u chains,! in  the  meantime  valid  objection   be
thence cast 80 chains, thence south 10 j
cliains  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.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, o' Calgary, Alberta, occupation spinster, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lauds: Commencing at a
post  planted at the southeast corner I until 4  i
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., April 6th.
1911.
I3:00-Vancouver via B. C. E. R. east quarter "oT^cUon _��,To-r___lp\'�����*��__?* '"* CMet'
(dally except 8unday)..ll*.00|
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria via  B. C.  E.  R.
(daily except Sunday) ..11:09
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday). .  9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points     eaat and   Eu
rope   (dally)     7:30
23:00���All points east and Europe (dally) .15:45
12:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills (daily except
Sunday)   .'  15:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (dally   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday 1       11:00
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday aud
Friday)       13:30
'Bull Head" had slgnl-
Laborltes have retrained trom nominating candidates ln Liberal constituencies. The Socialists will be
able to retain all the constituencies
.13:30
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the  undersigned  and  endorsed  'Tender for Public Building, Grand Forks,
B. C, will be received at this office]
*_^_^���^���^_._^___^_^_*)- K ou   Monday,  May   29, j
of T. L. 31792, thence west 80 chains,! 19H, for the construction of a Public
Uience south 80 chains, tlience   easl! Building at Grand Forks, B. C.
8ti chains, thenco north 80 chains toI     plans,   specification   and    form    of
containing i contract can be seen and forms of ten 110:00���Ladner,     Port    Guichon,
I der obtained at the office of Mr. Wil-                  Westham Island
Ham   Henderson,   resident   architect, jio:00���Annlevltle.  Sunbury (dally
Victoria,   B.   C,   at  the   tost   office, except   Sunday    13:30
Grand   Korks,   and   at   this   Depiiri-  .���,������    ��__���_,_    ,������ ,    ,,     ,
, '       110:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
tl .11 ���..,.   J Wednesday     and     Fri-
Peraona tendering are notified that I day 13*10
tenders will not be considered unless !
made on the printed forms supplied, ] 10:00���Woodwards
and  signed  with  their   actual  slgna-
tures,   stating   their   occupations   and
places of residence.   In  tho   case of ill:30-
flrms,  the   actual   signature,  tbe  nature of tho occupation, and place o(
point   of commencement,
640 acrei more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Hoone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 16th, 1911,
����� 'I' * **��!S*^3S&\~ that-L. bXTo^Z.;^,^* sm- ss
or less, to the place ot beginning, and
containing twenty acres be the same
more or less .
To satisfy a judgment in favor of
the Plaintiffs (Judgment debtors) for
$230.00 and duly registered in the
Land Registry office. New Westminster on July 23, 1908, and duly reregistered.
There Is siao a Mortgage registered
in the said Land Registry office
asslnst tbe south half of the northeast ouarter of Section 24. Township
8 .In favor of Samuel McClughan, for
$500.00 and Interest, which mortgage
was on the 23rd July. 1908, duly assigned to Frisidlne Williams.
The purchaser unon payment of tbe
purchase monev will be given n pood
snd sufficient deed, in fee simple, tn*e
from all encumbrance, sublect only to
the provisions and conditions contained ln the original grant from the
Crown.
Terms of sale cash.
Dat����d at New Westminster this 4th
day of May, A. D. 1911.
T.  J.  ARMSTRONG
Sheriff County of Westminster.
NOTICE.
residence  of  each   member
flrm muBt be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Hon
ourable the Minister of Public Works, 111:30-Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of thc
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take   notice  that   I,  James I
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-'
Wan, occupation  broker,    intends    lo
apply for permission to purchase tho
tollowing described lands:  Commencing at a  post  planted  at the northwest  corner of  the Green  Point  In-'
dlan  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,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 19th. 1911,
a ��� in   ��� ���     ������������  i       i     a*mmmtm**m***m**mm**m**m**m**m*m
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS- amount or the tender, which will be
TRICT���District of New Westmln- forfeited If tbe person tendering de-
ster, B, C.���Take notice that I, J. cllne to enter Into a contract when
FitzGerald Sargent, of London.Eng- called upon to do so, or fall to corn-
land, Clerk ln Holy Orders.intendB to plete the work contracted for. If
apply for permission to purchase the the.tender be not accepted the cheque
following  described  lands: ! wllf'.e returned.
Commencing at a post planted on      The Department does  not bind  It-
the N. E. end' of Alpha lake, on the  self to accept the lowest or any ten-
west side of the    Pemberton    Trail,  der,
thence  cast  40  chains, thence south Py order
40 chains, thence    west    40    chains,' r' q   DESROCHERS
thence north 40 chains to rolnt of
commencement, containing 160 acres
���more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
         (Tuosday,
Thursday    and     Saturday      13:30
Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. It.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
of    the 111:30���-Cloverdale ancl Port Kells
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 115
of the Revised Statutes of Canada
that tho Canadian Pacific Railway
Company, a body corporate having its
head office at the City of Montreal lu
thn Pro\ince of Quebec, has filed with
tho Minister of Public Works, Dominion of Canada, a plan of a certain wharf proposed to be constructed
by the company oa water lots eight
to twelve inclusive and a description
of the site chosen by the company for
tho said wharf in the Fraser River at
so, when the superintendent arrived
the Indians had a confab. The discussion ended in a unanimous vote in
favor of "Big 6611/."
Highly Thought Of.
The estimate of  the new chief as
expressed    by   one   of   the    Sarcees,
seems to be justified.    "Big Belly" is
a  gool humored   fellow and  even in
his    gravest    moments    there    ia    a
twitch  to  the   corners  of  his  mouth
and a twinkle  In  his eye.    He Is    a
comparatively   young  man,   being  on
the right side of 40, and while he appreciates  his  position  immensely,  he
is keen, vigorous and    an aggressive
commander.    He  indulges    in    more
smiles   In  an Jiour  than   an  average
tribe does in a  year,  but when    the
time comes to show hla authority   he
can do It in no mistaken manner.
The Indiana intend to hold the seed
dance as quickly as possible and will
keep their tents pitched in their present location on the south aide of tho
Elbow river and about half a mile
west of the Weasel Head bridge.
Most of these tents are strangely and
remarkably clean and in some of
tbem  are house! priceless costumes.
"Big Belly's" tent is marked inside
and out with curious designs, and
these designs are supposed to be pictorial representations of certain
dreams and visions visited upon thc
chief since his acquisition to the
leadership of the Sarcees. While
other Indians may also have dreams
they are not permitted to convey interpretations of their dreams to the
tribe ln the manner followed by th3
chief. The dreams or \islons of the
chief are accepted as authoritative
ancl as evidence of close communion
with various Indian spirits which
guide, more or less, the destinies of
the pagan clement. The hieroglyphics
ion "Big Belly's" tent indicate that he
they are tolerably certain to get
some of the Liberals' constituencies
away from them.
As the initial  step ln their  campaign,   the Socialists   have   already
chosen Editor Harry Quelch, of "Justice,"  to oppose  Postmaster  General
Sidney Buxton, the Liberal candidate
In  the    Popular   division    of Tower
Hamlets, where a bye-election is    to
be held    shortly.    Inasmuch    as  Mr.
Buxton cannot keep his cabinet seat
unless he iWso has    a parliamentary
seat, a Socialist    victory    over    bin-
would be an extremely black eye for
tbe Liberals.
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day        15:00
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, April 25, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If they Insert it
without authority from this Department.
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)     7:80
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)   9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:46
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.CE.R. (dally except Sunday)   8:30
New Westminster in the Province of
British Columbia, and that the saldl^- enjoyed "up to date his full share
companv has also filed at the office of I   . ,.nv..i Virions
!the Registrar for the District of New1 *
Westminster a duplicate of the said
plan and description, and will apply to
the Governor General ln Councll for
the approval required under the said
chapter 115.
J. E. McMULLEN,
Solicitor for the said Company.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER, B.C.
WATERWORKS   DEPARTMENT.
Tenders for Supplies.
Tenders are required for 70 tons,
six-Inch cast iron water main; six-
inch gate valves; three-Inch gate
valves; hydrants; cast Iron tees,
crosses, plugs fittings; main cocks,
service cockB, galvanized iron pipe,
etc., etc.
Pull particulars, specifications to
be obtained from the City Engineer's
office.
Tenders to be deposited with tbe
undersigned by five o'clock on the
22nd cf May, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
May 9th, 1911.
���**<*���    * ���
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H  to 26 EL P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
NOTICE   TO   CITY   ARCHITECTS.
Competitive plans wanted for a
two room school on Lulu Island. Cost
not to exceed $3000. Plans to be
submitted by the 18th Inst. Only tho
plans accepted will be paid for.
R. LENNIE,
 ^Secretary.
The
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Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900.000
The Bank has 175 branches,
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on all the principal Towns nnd
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These   excellent   connections
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Westminster Iron Works
Phono
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'Phone 913. Room 613 Blackie BL
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
After having gone carefully Into the merits of different kinds
of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. These
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy, i
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
tm
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
&*Jl___________Ss&
Spring
Here!
is
,
"Now is the time
to get your lawn
put in order.
We carry a full
line of
I Carder. Tools, j
Hose, Lawn
I Mowers,
etc., at all prices
^^���M(^__M__MMiM-W-iS-SB_WSaW-MB-Mi
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
J. W. Weart will address a meeting of district Liberals at Mission
this evehfng. j
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. ������    |
Chief J[usiice Hunter will probably'
preside at the assizes ln this city
next week. It la expected that tho
sitting Will be lengthy, both ln the
civic and criminal list.
Ladies, see our large choice of
hats. Prices from $1 up. Mrs.
Moore. **
The premises now occupied by C.
H. Diamond being required by the
Westminster , Trust company, this
barber shop will be transferred to
the new block adjoining the RusEell
hotei.
For sale, wood, 10 loads for $25
either factory or mill wood. Walsh
Sash & Door factory. ���*
Mayor John A. Lee presided at n
luncheon, complimentary to MIfs Vesta Victoria, given at the Russell hotel
yesterday afternoon. Covers weie
laid for twenty.
A large selection of hats at prices
to suit. Mrs. Moore, Columbia
street. ������
Rev. J. S. Henderson left yesterday
for Prince Rupert, where be wl-1 remain for about a week. Mr. Henderson goes north In his official capacity as moderator of the Presbyterian
synod of this district.
For Sale, wood, 10 loads for $25
either factory or mill wood. Walsh
Sash & Door factory. *��
A return football match will be
played between teams representing
the Cunningham and the Trapp Hard
ware establishments on Saturday of
next week. The melee is to take place
at Moody square, starting at half past
two  o'clock.
For sale, wood, 10 loads for $25
either factory or mill wood. Walsh
Sash & Door factory. ���*
A. Ross Owen, general agent of the
C. P. H. at Shanghai, China, left yes
terday for the east, after spending a
few days in this city, the guest of his
cousin, Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle. Mr.
Owen, who is a son of A. W. Owen,
of this city, will remain in Montreal
a short time on business, proceeding
later tb London, where he will play a
spectator's part in the coronation festivities.
A number of unwashed and unshaven tramps were corralled in one of
the shacks near the Marine ways,
Lulu Island, by a detchment of Westminster police on Wednesday, and although Police Magistrate Edmonds
permitted the hoboes���seven In number���to go, : conditional upon their
leaving the city lines, they may be
expected back in the Royal city from
time to time, as this seems to be one
of the happy hunting grounds for vagrants.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will be held in the
board of trade room at three o'clock
on Monday afternoon.
Our stock of bats is ample to provide choice for the most particular
ladies. Mrs. Moore, Columbia street.**
For spring plants and cut flowers'
phone Davies and Son, florists. Phone
897. **
May hats front $1 up at Mrj.
Moore's. ���*
The Public
Supply Stores
Pickles
We carry a full
and varied line of
Pickles at all prices.
Our specialty is
large quart bottles
of
Rowats*
Pickles  in Mixed,
Chow, and Onions,
at 25c per
bottle
A good article for
little money.
Try a bottle.
Yesterday Mayor Lee, with a num
ber of the civic fatliers, paid a visit
to Queensborpiigb and conferred with
the members of the  Ratepayers' association  of  that  district.      For the
past few weeks this boly has   been
asking  that   the   proper   authorities
view the various places about which
complaints have been made, and as a
result, of the visitation yesterday, at
tention will be given to petitions at I
an early meeting of the council, J
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See mc 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
MIK DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   4.1 Columbia St.
New Westminster. B.C.
ON EASY TERMS:
A special list of houses thnt can bn bought on easy terms. The
owners are anxious to sell and tlie prices asked are very reasonable.
$4500���New 8-room strictly
modern house on Fourth
avenue between Sixth and
Eighth streets. This Is ono
of t,he best-built houses ln
lhe   city.    Terms to arrnnse.
$3150���This 7-room house is almost new, is modern and ls
located    on    a    fine    corner
handy to two carlines. $800
cash will secure this and tha
balance Ib payable like rent.
$3000���Another corner property; Broom cottage, fruit
trees and garden. A comfortable, convenient home; one-
quarter cash and the balance
spread over two years.
$1000���Only for small house,
half block from Sixtli street
carline.   $400 cash.
$2900���Six hundred cash and
tho balance on easy payments will sec lire a .-room
house and two lots on the upper side of Nanaimo street,
botween Tenth and Twelfth
streets. Many proposed Improvements will shortly Increase values in this locality.
Buy now.
$2500���Why pay rent when
$500 will secure a comfortable home Just off Columbia
street. Bright prospects for
rapid increase in value. Investigate this now, for it
won't wait long; two years to
complete payments.
$2350���Owner needs a little
money and has cut nrlce on
this modern cottage with full
basement; five minutes to
car; $r>00 cash, balance over
two years. Five lots adjoining may be secured at $750
each.
F.J.Hart���Co,lui.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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SMITH'S
Friday Bargains
A LIST OF GENUINE MONEY-
SAVING BARGAINS, SOME OF
WHICH SHOULD INTEREST YOU
COME EARLY!
COME ALL!
Best of Bargains in DressGoods
Values to $1.00, Friday Bargain per yard 35c.
Fancy Worsted Basket Weaves, Serges, etc., in plain and Fancy Weaves and many other odd lines of dres3
goods; widths are 42 to 52 inches, mostly all pure wool fabrics and excellent qualities, every wanted color
represented. Right goods for summer suits, coats or dresses, and prices are only from one half to one
third  usual.    You cannot afford to overlook this offering, at per yard 35c
__B^-^rt^fo_r^-_r_ir^iL7.>-
Ready-to-Wear
Bargains
REMARKABLY GOOD SKIRT VALUES.
Reg. to $15; Friday Bargain $10 Each.
Women's black voile skirts; extra fine wool
weaves; gored styles; trimmed with black satin
strapping and buttons; good shades of black; see
these   values.
Exceptional   Corset Offering.
Women's corsets; made of fine quality French cou-
tllle; with special weight steels and four strong supporters; Royal Worcester models; made by America's best designers; in the new style with low
bust; a long aklrt effect; specially modeled for the
popular style figure; regular values, $2.25. Extra
special,   Friday, per pair $1-75
EXTRA GOOD COAT BARGAINS.
Friday    Bargain, $7.50 Each.
Women's coats of covered coating; nice spring
weight; balf lined; ln single breasted styles;
shades  of  tan, grey and black.
EXCELLENT WAIST BARGAIN.
Values to $1.00;   Friday Bargain, 50c Each.
Women's morning waists; of fine quality percale,
in  light,  medium and dark shadings; all sizes.
STAPLE LIST
Extra Savings
72-inch full bleached Kngiish sheeting; plain weave
and good weight; regular 35c. Friday Dargaln, per
yard 22'/_c
All linen damask tabling; full bleachel; choice patterns; fine satin finish; width 68 inches; regular
85c.    Friday Bargain, per yard 65c
11-4 size white honeycomb quilt; good weight; hemmed  at ends; reg. $1.50.   Friday Bargain, each,$1-25
Apron linen of extra strong weave; 3-4 bleached:
width  38  inches;   reg. 35c. Friday Bargain, yd.,25c
Cretonnes, in medium and dark shadings of green,
red and black; with fancy figured designs; width
28 inches; reg. to 12<_c. Friday Bargain, per
yard   ..   .. _ 7(/_c
Sheets, of heavy English cotton; hemmed; full
bleached; good sizes; regular $1.75. Friday Bargain,  per pair $1.50
Towels;   cotton honeycomb; size 18x21); pure whit:*,
with  red  border; reg. 15c.   Friday Baigain, pair 10c
Wash Goods Bargains
Ginghams and Prints
Friday Bargain, 10c. per yard
Special offering of Canadian ginghams and prints;   In  a large range of patterns;   ln light, medium anl
dark  shades;  of checks, stripes and dot effects;  width 27 to 30 inches.
Our Best Scotch Gingham
Friday Bargain, 8 Yards for $1.00
Best quality Scotch ginghams; In an endless variety of stripes, checks and  plain  colors;   In  all the ne.v
and staple shades;   width 28 Inches;   regular values  16c;   get  a dretl length at Friday's saving price.
GODD   LACE OFFERING.
Values to $1.25;  Friday Bargain 75c per ycrd.
Allover laces; In shades of ecru, cream and white;
In fancy strip?, floral, ring and square designs;
very  special  values.
INFANTS    HOSIERY  BARGAINS.
Cotton aox; in fancy    styles    of    white   and    pink
stripes;   white with   fancy chock  tops, and  brown;
sizea 5 to 7; regular 25c.    Friday Bargain, per pair
 15c
LACE   YOKE BARGAINS.
Guipure lace yokes. In white only; very special
snap;    regular to   $1.75.    Friday   Bargain,  each..75c
HOSE   SUPPORTERS, BARGAIN  PRICES.
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Women's    band hose supporters;  moire band, with
four  strong elastic supporters;   in shades   of plni:,
sky, red and   black;  reg. 35c.   Friday Bargain, per
pair 25c
BARGAIN    IN UMBRELLAS.
Women's and men's wool mixed umbrellas; steel
roda; a good assortment of bandies In born, fancy
metal and natural woods; tegular $1.25. Friday
Bargain,   each 85c
GLOVE    SPECIAL.
Women's long lisle gloves; ln shades of grey, green,
champagnes, brown and black; regular 75c. Friday   Bargains, per pair 50c
FANCY LINEN BARGAINS
I^ot of fancy tray cloths, centres and runners at very special prices. Tray cloths nnd runners, sizes 16x28,
17x25 and 18x27 inches; In hemstitched damask ,and fancy drawn work. Centre pieces, of battenberg and
fancy  drawn  work;   size 18x18 inchea.    Regular values .'15c, 40c;  Friday Bargain, each 25c
Drawn work runnera and battmbcrg centre pieces in sizes lSxlH!, I��x45 and 18x72 inches; centres, sizes
30x30 and 36x88 indies; regular values to $1.50; Friday Bargains, each ,. ..85c
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