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VOLUME 6. NUMBER 71.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MOND    AY MORNING. MAY 29, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
FIRE DESTROYS
BURNABY HOUSE
RESIDENCE OF R. J. FEATHERSTONEHAUGH REDUCED TO
PILE OF ASHE8 IN FIFTY
MINUTES��� DAMAGE $4500.
A disastrous fire occurred yesterday
morning at Burnaby and so fiercely
did the flames burn tbat within flfty
minutes the residence of Richard J.
Featherstonehaugh, on Douglas road,
was reduced to a mass of ashes. The
damage may reach $1500. The house,
which was one of six rooms, with the
usual number of out-houses, stood on
a large plot of ground which Mr.
Featherstonehaugh had purchased
four and a half years ago and was
fitted up with more than the usual
comforts of a bouse of this nature.
It is a moot point just how the fire
started, but Mrs. Featherstonehaugh,
speaking to the Daily News, said that
she noticed some flames coming from
beneath the flooring in her daughter's
room and close to where the electric
wires were placed. She hurried to
the kitchen and Ailing a large basin
with water returned and endeavored
to quench the flames, which by this
KNIGHT TEMPLARS PARADE
TO HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
Westminster Preceptory and Columbia
Preceptory Hear Sermon by Sir
Knight Fiennes-Clinton.
A representative gathering from
Columbia Preceptory, Vancouver,
united with tbe Westminster Preceptory of the Knights Templars ln the
annual Ascension Day commemoration held at Holy Trinity cathedr.il
yesterday afternoon.
About seventy members were present, the visiting Sir Knights under
tlieir preceptor, L. G. Munn, being
marshaled by Mr. Irwin, of Vancouver.
The principal officers of the Westminster Preceptory present included:
Presiding Preceptor J. Stilwell Clute,
Constable T. J. Armstrong, Marshal
J. A. Lee and Treasurer W. G.
McQuarrie.
The choir robed at St. George's
hall and met the visitors at the
cathedral gates, rendering the processional hymn, "Onward, Christian
Soldiers," as the congregation entered
the church.
Owing to the absence of the chap-
i lain of the Westminster preceptory,
Bishop De Pencier, who is abroad, tho
X^SSXiiilSi!^ ^rfS^tt Eft ^
in *,nn ih. am   =ho   ���,!..,  h.... t,...   were eiven by the Chaplain of Colum-
to stop the fire, she, with her husband, who had been working in   aa
adjoining shack, made every effort to
save their belongings and in this they
were  assisted  by members of  thel'
family  and a number   of neighbors
who were on their way to church. De-j
spite  the    united    efforts,    only.   a.
pianoforte, an organ and a few chairs I
were gathered    from    the scorching
flames, which by this time had   enveloped the structure.   A strong wind!
carried live shingles over the road to]
the brush and in a few minutes there
were fierce fires raging to right and
left.
Owing to the absence of flre fighting appliances, nothing could be done
in the salvage cause, the building,
with valuable papers, clothing and
personal belongings, smouldering until late In the day.
Owing to the presence of live
wires, those wbo came to view the
wreckage had to tread carefully.
Mr. Featherstonehaugh, who had
been ranching for the past two
months nt Sumas.'Wash., only returned to bis Barnaby home at a late hoiirj j,,ji, stores
on Saturday night so that he might] burned and
get it In readiness for the season, lie,
with his wife and family, moved from
Alberta five years ago and after staying a short time in Westminster
bought the home which is now a
mass of ruins.
bia preceptory, Rev. Sir Knight H.
G. Fiennes-Clinton, who also preached
an appropriate sei mon. Rev. Canon
d'Easum. rector, had charge of the
special prayers, and the offertory was
devoted to the cathedral choir fund.
As a recessional the choir rendered
"On Our Way Rejoicing."
INSURRECTOS PILLAGE IN
DURANGO AND CHIHUAHUA
[RAIN KILLS MAN
AT ERASER MILLS
WALKING ALONG TRACK, JAMES
JOHNSTONE, 50, IS CAUGHT
UNDER WHEELS AND HORRIBLY MANGLED.
CENSUS SCHEDULES
ARE COMPREHENSIVE
James Johnstone, aged flfty year3,
and who had been employed at tho
Fraser Mills, was instantly killed on
Saturday night, having been run over
by tke outwardbound passenger train.
His head was crushed ln and hU
brains were scattered along the line.
From tbe location of the body the
dead man had apparently been making his way to his sleeping quarters
ut the mill when tbe train overtook
him.
The body was removed to the
Fraser Mills hospital and Captain
Pittendrlgh Informed of the fatality.
At a late hour last night the coroner
had not decided where he would hold
tbe inquest.
Johnstone has a son in the neighboring state of Washington.
POPULATION, MORTALITY, BUILDINGS, CHURCHES, MANUFACTURES, SCHOOLS AND FISHERIES All TO BE TABULATED.
DESERVES A REST.
The present is a busy time for
Census Commissioner David Douglas,
who, although his actual nose-counting does not begin until Wednesday
night, is working overtime mustering
his forces. Arrangements have been
practically settled since tbe visit of
the bead of the census department
from Ottawa some ten days ago, but
there are many smaller details still
to be concluded.
Undernoted is given tbe schedule
which will show that the duties of a
census enumerator are far from being joy meetings.
Provision is made in the eleven
schedules prepared by the census
office for all manner of questions.
Schedule No. 1 Is framed with tbe
object of enumerating the population
of the country by name, with particulars   of   residence,   personal   de-
EAGLES PLACE FLOWLHS
ON GRAVES OE DEPARTED
Members of Aerie 20 Who Have Gone
Before Remembered at Annual
Memorial  Service.
Following the practice of former
years in the month of May, when military and fraternal celebrations enshrine the memory of departed members, the local Aerie of Eagles, No
20, yesterday decorated the graves of
their members who have gone before.
The number of those who lie ln the
hillside cemeteries at Sapperton have
increased In tbe last twelve months
and yesterday afternoon twenty-one
graves received flowers.
At the Eagles hall there gathered a
large attendance ot members and
friends, and a memorial service ensued. The worthy president, James
Wood, occupied the chair, and among
those assisting in the service were
Worthy Chaplain Elckhoff, Past
Worthy President Robb and Secretai v
H. Scbofleld.
The customary address formed a
feature of the proceedings, and the
Rev. J. S. Henderson, the preacher,
took the subject of his text from three
things emphasized in the ritual ot the
society. These comprised: Firstly,
the Divine Father   to   know and   to
scrlptlon, citizenship, nationality and
religion, profession, occupation, trade
or  means  of   living,  education   and, ��Je: secondly, the human brother to
language.  '
Schedule No. 2 is that of mortality,
disability and compensation.   In this
Popular  Pastor  Tells   His  Congregation He Needs Respite from Work.
Yesterday evening Rev. J. S. Hea-
derson   occupied   the  pulpit   at    St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church for the
last time prior to his visit to the old  dent and the amount
know and to serve; and thirdly, the
Life to know and to live.
The chosen hymns included "Rock
PASEOR DEPLORES     ...
SUBTLE SOPHISTRIES
REV. C. W. BROWN RIDICULES
THEORY THAT MEDICAL 8KILL,
BY SURGICAL OPERATION, MAY-
REFORM A CRIMINAL.
Inevitable���indispensable���irremediable.
Tbe "subtle sophistries" woven
around the words was the subject
of attention at yesterday evening's
service at Queens avenue Methodist
church, when the pastor, Rev. C. W.
Brown, preached a carefully prepared
sermon.
Devoting most of his time to the
flrst of the three polysyllabic words,
Mr. Brown pointed out that it played
altogether too great a part in the Ufa
of today. No sin is inevitable, no reform impossible, explained the speaker, who then proceeded to draw upon
the stirring days of the American
Civil  war  for   Illustrations.
A recent editorial in an eastern
periodical of standing, the pronouncements of which are usually accepted as worthy of close attention, was
strongly ridiculed by Mr. Brown The
editorial dealt with the recently enunciated theory that many a criminal
Is^uch, not from choice,   but   from
schedule will be "enteredThe "record  ��[ A*f*"���and "Nearer   My   God   to  0f blood^n thl hrl^' 8U��!! ? a clot
of all persons who have died in the! Thee-;   For the   Pression   to   the  ?��� bX?d.��nJhe braln ��r a broken bone
enumerator's subdivision   during   the' cemetery the members had the leader
twelve months ented May 31, 1911; I Bhip of tbe clty band under Conduc-
In the skull.
'This writer would have us believe"
also  the record of all persons   who Itor R"Won.    Upon   arrival   at   fl**.JSBfSLStliV&��L2&Z SE ?Ur'
have suffered loss or Injury   by acci-1 Braves  the  flowe��� were distributed , ?������� 8��� la^etJfLal! that ls require! to
of   compensa-
country.   There were few empty seats  tlon received therefor, whether from
In the edifice and tbe service, especial-' employer or Insurance company.
ly from a choral point of view, was' Schedules 3 to 8 inclusive relate to
J worthy ot the pastor and his congre- dwelling houses and buildings of
| gation. every class in cities, towns, villages
I     Contrary to expectations, the rever-  and country places, and the general!
j and gentleman did not speak at any   subjects of  agriculture, and the rec-1
length on his departure.    Before   be-  ords and statistics are for the years
and an appropriate   tribute   laid
each mound.
on I urn a ^ad man lnt0 a Bool citizen.
He would have us suppose that tho
Later the'procession reformed, and | "i0/���*"0,1} ��,fMa�� l^et ia to b<*   pw-
subsequently returned to the city.
MILWAUKEE & P. S. TO
Unaware That Peace Has Been   Proclaimed,   Bandits  Loot and
Burn Stores.
Wappensteln Case Adjourned.
Seattle, May LIS.���Illness of a brother-in-law of Will Morris, chief counsel
for the defence, caused an adjournment until Monday of the trial of former Chief of Police Charles W. Wappenstein, accused of accepting a
bribe. It ba:l been expected that a
jury to try the case would be secured
yesterday, but tho sudden adjournment of court put off the completion
of the jury until next week.
RUSSIAN NAVY IN
DEMORALIZED STATE
Money    Appropriated     for     Building
Warships Diverted to Other
Purposes.
St. Petersburg, May 28.���The navy
is in a bad way.   Tbe   duma   voted
Parral, Mexico, via El Paso. May
28.���Many federal ofiiicials, including
jel'e politicos, have been killed,
stores of others liave been placed in
have been looted anl
hundreds of people are
on the verge of starvation as a result of a reign of terror, waged in the
state of Durango and Southern Chihuahua by bandits and insurrectos
who have heard nothing of tbe peace
agreement
The entire state of Durango with
Its capital, a city of 2i!,000 people, Is
at the mercy of the roving bauds, wbo
have unsettled all the regularly constituted authorities. Refugees from
Southern Chihuahua also repoi t
towns there in disorder. The worst
feature is that all railroad communication has been cut off for weeks and
the country being a non- agricultural
region is without food. The mining
camps of Guanacevi, State of Durango, are in chaos.
The first act of the insurrectos after
capturing a town was to place all the
government officials In jail.
Stores were then looted and government documents burned. Tomas
Drbina, who claims to be the insurrecto commander of the "southern
zone," was informed that Madera
was perfecting peace plans. Ile answered hc would dictate the peace
terms for his territory, and the looting continued.
In the town of Villa Escobedo, a few
miles  south  of here,   the   municipal
ginning his sermon, Mr. Henderson,
after asking for a large attendance at
a social meeting to be held in the
church building this evening, said:
"I have felt for the past two months
that I was deserving of a rest. My
tasks in this city have been hard and
while I think I have always been a
willing worker and a hard worker,
the time has come when I must tak';
a rest. Thanks to the goodness, of
the members of this congregation, I
will be the better enabled to take this
rest and come hack to the pastorate
of this church refreshed aud the better able to minister to my people.
Three months will give back to me
that strength which I must have In
order tbat I may carry out my duties
as they should be done. During mv
absence the trustees of this church
have seen to it that you will be ministered to by ! reachers who art wei!
known and I hardly need to say tha' ,
I hope you will listen to their words
as earnestly as you do to mine. If
you do this your pastor will, in the
land across the seas, feel contented
and this will tend to make me renew
| my energies." I
1910 and 1911. Schedule 9 relates
to manufactures; schedule 10 to
churches and schools; schedule 11 to
fisheries.
The  commissioner  of each census
district is entitled to payment   at   a
rate of one cent per name   for each
person  enumerated.      To   cover  expenses of travel and charges of office
a  special  allowance  is   made.      The j
daily earnings of a  census  enumerator depends on the amount of census I
worl; completed each day.   For every j
living person recorded in the population schedule the enumerator receives'
an allowance of five cents.   For everyj
death,   disability   and    compensation j
recorded in schedule 2, an allowance!
of ten cents is made.   For every farm
of five acres and over recorded, an al-j
lowance   of 25   cents   is   made;   for
every factory or manufacturing establishment employing five   persons, an |
allowance of 25 cents; for very church
Sunday school, college, public or private school, charitable institution and
penal institution an allowance of 20
cents;   for dairy  factories,  25  cents,
chased in liquiH form at any chemist's
store. Pills and piasters and potions
are all that is needed to make this
old world better, according to him.
I may suppose that lf anyone had of
performed  a  surgical    oneratlon    �������
ENTER BRITISH WBMttSeStaEE&Z
pages of history, and the name ofJu-
das would not now be a byword and
a reproach. Judas would have been
a saint instead of a traitor had som'��
surgeon pricked him with a sharp in-
strigpent.
"Poor Judas! Poor Judas!"
The theory that surroundings a'sa
brought about the "inevitable- waa
discounted by the speaker. Byron
and Burns, both famous in' the world
of  letters,  suffered   because  of  thett-
Company  Will   Probably Operate
Vancouver  Over  Own   Lines���
Friendly With C. P. R.
to
Seattle, May 28.���Officials of the
Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway
company are  united in   the   opiniou
that  their
Vancouver,
line will be extended to! surroundings, although in different
and that it may be thel"'8*"8- Others, on the contrary���DavlJ
next railway to enter the leading Brit-j ""ngstone, Henrik Ibsen, Booker T.
ish Columbian city. This company in- ;Vashltlston���a11 raised themselves
augurates its service from the Coast I ;rom mean �� not ignoble surround-
to Chicago on Monday next, and j lnff aad llved to hear a world ring
claims to have the smoothest   road-  J,     their Pra'ses, because thev- had
(Continued on Page Five.)
| bed and best equipment of any railway  line in the west, and   possibly
j America.   Another point that the com-
i pany will construct to will  ba Portland.
Some time ago a party of the leading officials of the Chicago, Mllwau
kee & St. Paul Railway were in Vancouver and were greatly surprised at
the   development.    They    understood
achieved    wonderful
Blackie Spit to Become
Newport of Pacific Coast
Ere the summer is on the wane, a
Newport of the west will be an established fact in this district.
Messrs.  F.  J.  Hart   and   company,
the city was growing, but for the first j ?'ar*1'    He onJ>'
time personally saw how substantial   the irremediable.
the expansion  was.      Now that the ] 	
line is in operation the coast east, at
tention will be paid to reaching out
for traffic north and south. The line
is already constructed as far as Everett toward Vancouver, but it is a
from the campers-out who have made question whether a separate line will
the Spit a favorite resting ground the be built into Vancouver or running
privileges they have enjoyed for rights obtained over some other line,
ln time to come it will be an It is not likely that the Great Northern tracks will be ultllized.    The Chi
triumphed and
things.
"Some persons are obsessed by th.��
indispensahle, some are dominated by
the inevitable," commented the
speaker. Some things, be declared,
are indispensable, but their number 'a
greatly  overexaggerated.
"Belief in God and   Self   are   the-
only things    indispensable,"    he    de-
touched  brief; v  on:
years.
Impossibility to cater or let out sec
DEATH HOVERS
NEAR EMPEROR JOSEPH
dents having (led to the mountains.
A previous report that   all  government   and   military    officials    in    tbe
jir.,.Mi���.  during the lasl  Une' >^��[*^��l2^n,W t,ttlV�� W"W "?*
Shortly after  the telegraph   opera-
buildings  were  burned,  all  the   resi-   wllen    Landscape
gets  through,   residents  of  Westmin
who purchased Blackie Spit a fewj tlons of the Spit, us in the past. That cago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Rail-
time is a bit distant and the Dally j way if on very friendly terms with
News is asked to state that camping j the Canadian Pacific, but the feeling
weeks ago. intend making such altei
atioas and Improvements there   that
Gardener   McLean
for four Dreadnoughts, but the mitv
istrv of marine misappropriated thej
money for other purposes, including
the provision of orange groves to
sweeten the lives of officers holding
shore commands and the purchase of
new furniture for the official residence
of the minister of marine here.
Four battleships may be completed
by 1913, but it is more than likely to
be several years later. The navy
maintains many obsolete vessels. The
duma voted money for the new Black
���ca fleet, but conditions In the Russian shipyards are such that the
work will probably be sent abroad.
tor at Jlmincz, the chief city between
Torreon    and    Chihuahua,    reported
that the town was being attacked, thej station, which is but
telegraph wires were cut, indicating I f""" "u> ,w" l��"i"l'<'<l
the place had been taken.
Tliere Is great scarcity of food ln
this city. It Is likely that the 300 foreigners, mostly Americans, will
leave in a body overland ln wagons.
The federal troops are preparing to.
evacuate with a view of leaving the 1 earshot of business calls.
ster and Vancouver will have presented to them a residential suburb
by the seu which will be an eyj-
opener.
The greatest asset which the promoters of the scheme have ls the
train service to the Spit. Ciescnt
a few yards
acres which
comprise the location, will bring fagged-out week-enders to their mecca,
which will be at all times just far
enough away to make them forget tbe
favors this year will be granted.
ls that the company should have Its
Nature seems to have had in mind : own line which would give it indep-
the requirements of the people who , endent and direct connection with
would in the time to come occupy thli I what ia conceded to be one   of  the
part of Hritish Columbia. For the best
part of half a mile the foreshore is
composed of that white pure sand
which is the delight of tbe youngsters,
while round the bend and also ex
tending for SS0 yards ls a coast of
shingle and beach which will be reserved for the anchoring of small
boats and motor launches and here
also will be erected a diving stage
for those who care to show theft
hustle und bustle of a busy life, andj ability in the gentle art of entering
near  enough  to  keep   them   within; the briny head first.    The water   at
AGED RULER OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY IS DAILY GROWING FEEBLER���SPECIALISTS CALLED IN
ARE IN DESPAIR.
75,000
VOLTS   USED
TRYING   TO
town to the Insurrectos.
People who come ln from the small
towns report that the Jefe politlcos
generally have been killed, as they
were looked upon as the petty despots.
SAVE LIFE Altogether the situation In the interior is serious and will become
Lvnn Mass., May 28.���A current of j worse unless some news of an official
between 50 000 and 75,000 volts of and definite character is brought ln
electricity 'was shot Into the body of i that will effectually stop hostilities.
Francis O'Leary, nn employee  of the potter palmer""
Geasral Electric oomfinny. In an   ef-   MRS. POTTER PALMER
fort to bring him back to life after WEARIES OF ENGLAND
he had come in contact with a 3500-
���olt current
The experiment was not successful although It Is reported to have re-
atored other electrical workers apparently dead from similar Bhocks.
Artificial respiration forced oxygen
Into his wlndrlpe with a special apparatus to revive him.
A "high-frequency coil" was then attached to a feed wire connected to a
tremendous voltage and the current
was turned on. The body became
ricld ns stone, but there was no expected flutter of the heart and tho
plan was abandoned.
best cities on the north Pacific coast,
and what is looked upon to become
the greatest of them all ln a few
years.
The   Rockefeller Interests   nre bo-
hind the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget I
Sound, and once a line of pollcy is de- j
elded upon no expense   Ib spared   to,
carry lt out.
COLORADO RESTRICTS
8ALES OF REVOLVERS
Godolln, Hungary. May 28.���Emperor Franz Joseph is in a grave condition and little hope ls held out that
the aged ruler will be able to Hva
much longer. He has been attacked
by senile decay and has called In thes
specialists of Europe, who have been
in constant attention.
The emperor came to his beautlfut
palace here, among the wooded hills-.
! fifteen miles from  Budapest.    It was
this portion shows a depth of from
Those  who  have   been   over   the! eight to twenty feet, yet the land so
ground aver and with a deal of trutn' lies that boats may without difficulty
that there ls no such other location fori be beached high and dry.
a Newport of the West from Alaska to |     It is the Intention to dyke oft that
San Diego.    The hand   of man ' has  portion of the Nicomekl river at the ,    .,.���..  ,,,������
made the journey to Blackie Spit an   section   of    Mud    Bay,   so that the Ifrora whom.the purchase ls made, and I blsconditron^dlsplaysls^that^he keeV*
easy   one,   but   nature's   handiwork   waters which are at pTesent coming I providing  that dealers  keep a com-; going t0   g)eep   after   Wg Dath   an(B
will in a very large measure remain' up on the high tides may be backed   Pl��te description of those purchasing; meai8 and  in fact even when <j,t..jn,,
unmolested. | and thus Biive the land. revolvers, together with a statement j A brcd,^ C0{lR*\ ls anotner gl���_ ���.
KnlTflK/LInn      tYl r.       I nw.      + ra       llfhlnh       *Krt      Watt. .     .   '        ��la***      V*i
Denver, May 28-Governor John P.   hopeu fljat this would be the mean*
Shafroth yesterday signed    the    bill; of ,ll8 regaining his health, but todav,
passed nt the recent session of   tho  tne Bpedal|Bt8 are ln de8palr.
legislature  compelling  purchasers  ofl sleep Overcomes Patient
revolvers to register with the dealer |    0ne of the worst symptom8 wh,c!,
Paris. May 2R.���Mrs. Potter Palme",
of Chicago, who changed    her    residence from London to Pirls. declared j
today that  the reason  for her doing
so was that English society rennlrei
one to spend  fortunes yearly ln entertaining.   She points out that there
Is no court In Parte to give established nrecedence to social aspirants and
declared   thnt  hero  she  can   chocs?
ber own  friends.    Mrs.  Palmer nlso
declared today that, she expects    to
Pisa one-half her time In Chicago In
���he future.    She says this Is  a big
1 concession to America on her part.
Immediately after securing this- Lots on the estate will be split up
pleasure ground Mr. Hart commis I In parcels so that sections may be
sioned Mr. McLean to carry out a bought up by those who desire to live
series of alterations and the laying cheek by jowl with those whom they
out of the grounds has for the past know, thus making coteries of faru!-'
two weeks heen going on apace. I lies and friends.
On Saturday, when a number of Borings for spring water will be
Westminster newspaper men accept-.' made this week and pipe lines run
ed the invitation from  Messrs. Haiti
of
regarding the use to which the wea-  n|8       ,d,   f ,���      h   uh *
pon is to be placed.   Heavy penalties | neys have been attacUetl     A 8severc,
& Co., several surveyors were at'
work on the snot and from the plans
which wrere shown to tha scribes
and which are being rapidly carried
Into effect, it is safe to say that the
greater portion of tho ground will be
ready for the reception of those who
have thus early made application before the summer Is far advanced.
So that picnickers ma,v rest assured on the point, It may bo state.)
that 'Messrs. Hart & Co. will not take
are provided for failure on the part of
dealers to keep such registers and
for the making of false statements on
tbe part of purchasers.
down the hill side.
Mr. McLean, who has shown his
ability to carry through pluns of this
nature for various municipalities, has
incorporated In the general scheme
till the best parts of his previous successful work.
A large field will be laid out for
athletic pastimes and although It is
perhaps a little early to definite stale
so, the time may come when import-
nnt competitions wlll be decided at
Blackie Spit.
LONDON  MINISTER TO
CONGRATULATE TAFT
London, May 27.���Rev. Frederick
Brotherton Meyer, minister of Regent's Park chapel, London, salted
from Liverpool today for New York
to present to President Taft an address
prepared by the national council of
the Evangelical Free churches congratulating the president on his proposal for the general treaty of arbitration between the United States and
Great Britain.
cough racks him at all times and thla--
hastens the progress of his enfeeble'
ment.
Symptoms similar to those of   En>��
peror Franz Joseph preceded the encf
of Queen Victoria of England and of
Emperor William I. of Germanv.
Delicate Questions Raised.
Archduke   Franz    Ferdinand,    who-
will succeed to the throne, and    hife
morganatic wife, Duchess Chotek, arc
now the centre of attention.   The announcement  which  was made  today
that Franz  Joseph's days are    numbered has called forth no little com-
j ment. Ferdinand's insistence o<i keeping bis wife ls sure to raise deftcutr,
questions of etiquette and to cieate>
' many complications among royalty-
I
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
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WANTED���VOUNG MAN. WIT'
.good education, some knowledge oi
office work, wants position requiring whole or part of time; either
in a law or real estate office or at
other work. Apply T. B., Dally News
office.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
EIGHTH AVENUE.
TWO LOTS between Eighteenth and
Twentieth    streets,    facing    south,
$750 each, one-third cash.
WANTED���PARTY WISHES TO
buy good second hand piano; please
state make. Address P, O. Box ti,
care News office.
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FIVE  LOTS  (one cor���L--)    in    West
end.    $525 each, one-third cash.
NINTH AVENUE���Fine large cleared
lot (66x160), below Moody Square,
$1800; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months.
WANTED���ROOMER    IN
family.   Apply 618 Seventh avenue
near Sixth stieet.
SCOTT ROAD
��� JTEN  ACRES fronting on main  road,
PRIVATE |     close to Strawberry Hill post office
and store; two acres cleared, house,
barn, etc., $4550;  terras.
WANTED���A GIRL ABOUT FOUR-
teen to assist with housework and
help with children. Apply Mrs.
Avery, 813 St. Andrews street.
WANTED ��� NOTICE TO YOUNG
business men. A well lighted room
fn a new modern house, suitable for
two chums; breakfast if require 1.
Terms moderate. Open June 8. Apply Rent Dept., Dominion Trust
building.
WANTED��� FOR EXCHANGE, FIVE
acres of choice land close to car
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ride of New Westminster, will exchange for small house and lot iu
the city or Buinaby. Apply to Box
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COMMODIOUS house of seven rooms
on exceptionally wide lot;  in good
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balance in monthly payments.
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housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
m
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this office.
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connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melin,
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and Broccoli plants. Price $6.00 per
1000 f.o.b. Victoria. Apply F. Street,
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dining room, kitchen, bathroom and
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lights; furniture if desired. Possession by lst ot June. Lot 08x80.
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from centre gate of Queens park.
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street.
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ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses at Buena
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. from the ne.v Burnaby tram, 5 cent9J
carfare. V ill sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, pr ex-,
���change for Burnaby acreage fairly:
���valued. Leibly & Blumer Realty
���Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg.,!
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till 9 p. m. j
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keeping rooms. No objections to
children. Address 224 Seventh
street.
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PENNY LUNCHES AID
CHILDREN IN STUDIES
Physician's  Experiments  in  St.  Paul
Schools rrove Malnutrition Checks
Physical and Mental Growth.
AMERICAN HOMES UCH
THE CHARM OF PRIVACY
Have Every Other Comfort and Convenience  According  to  the   English Point of View.
St. Paul, Minn., May 28.���Dr. E.
Myerding, whose reports on the number of cases of malnutrition in the
city schools a few months ago resulted In the estahlishment of the penny
lunch ln some districts, declares that
an examination after two months' experience with the lunches shows that
each child who took advantage of tho
service gained one pound a month.
Each child who did not avail him-1
self of the lunch either fell off in
weight or no gain was noted.
Dr. Myerding says that pupils who
were apathetic toward their studies
before the lunches were Inaugurated
have Improved In scholarship and displayed signs of vigor.
Outside of the districts where
provision had been made to give the
children a lunch, Dr. Myerding has
found no Improvement. Malnutrition
in these districts is as frequently
found as ever.
Cases of malnutrition have been
found even in the kindergarten among
the youngest children.
thut perhaps the American man liked
all this, or that, at least he did not
mind lt; that perhaps the sight of his
wife's petticoats banging among his
belonging in his M��T?o ctpboard" ap
pealed In some way to his sentimental
nature and his sense of romance. But
finally discovered that he permitted
himself to be "put upon" merely for
the sake of peace and family tranquillity.
I found tbat be really would like hi:;
den to himself, just like an English-
his wife there were times when he
would prefer to spend his evening*
alone in his den without her company; that though he loved his children, he would rather have them
safely in bed before seven o'clock
than have an evening with them
climbing over his tired legs. In short,
I found him very like the average
English husband and father in this
respect. He merely differed in the
Inability or tbe lack of determination
to set his large foot   down   squarely
FOX HOUNDS CHASING
COYOTES SAVE LIFE
Miner, Dying of Thirst, Lies Down
Await the End���Barks of Dogs
Bring   Help.
Daggett, Cal., May 28���Two fox
hounds saved the life of Harry Burton, an aged desert prospector, who
was on the poiut of perishing from
thirst and exhaustion in Copper canyon, near the Wild Rose mines. Burton was on his way from Rock Coral
The typical American home has
every comfort, every convenience, almost charm except one. This one
thing lacking, according to the English point of view, is privacy. I cannot fancy (says Mortimer Maxwell,
writing In the National Review) *
well-bred English child entering a
mother's room in the hearty, bouncing, familiar manner of the average
American boy and girl, who, having
no privacy of their own, have never
been taught that other persons want
privacy, and know nothing of the
real significance of the knock and answering "Come in!" Scores of times
I have visited American mothers
whose children have bounded, unannounced, into bedroom or dressing-
room every afternoon as soon as they
returned from school. The mothers
took it as a matter ot course. So
did the children.
"Will you please lend me your
brush?" asked a little boy of me one
afternoon. I was the guest of his
mother for a week-end visit in a
beautiful suburb of Chicago, and he
stood ln my bedroom doorway.
"Brush?" I said Interrogatively.
"What kind of a brush, my dear?"
"Hairbrush!" he answered. "Mother
/is sick with a headache, and so I
I Can't go In her room and get it."
t01 "How did you lose your own hairbrush?" I asked. "Of course, you
have a nice one of your own?"
"Haven't got any brush. Never had
one of my own, I guess," was his answer. He was eight years old, and
his father was a professional man
with at least eight hundred pounds a
year income, and his mother was a
gentlewoman and a university grudu-
I ate with a degree. In England 1
j have never been brought into contact
with a child who made a practice of
using his mother's hairbrush, except
among the poorest class.
man ln all the masculine glory of dust and warn Intruders off from the Inva-
and' disorder;  that though   he loved   sion of the privacy of his soul.
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVES
system and cl
at all druggists',
Springs to Soda Lake on a prospect-   	
ing trip. He ran short of water and I" ~ The "Father's" Den
went into Copper canyon in search of j The member of the American fam-
moisture. He lost his way and after _v t0 whom my thoughts turn in
wandering about the desert for a day' greatest sympathy I*. regard to the
and a night, finally gave up the strug-!
gle and lay down to die. Hounds belonging to George and Walter Gilbert,
of the Wild Rose mines, were chasing
coyotes and were attracted by the
strange figure lying in the sand. They
barked and barked until the Gilberts
went to the scene and discovered
Burton, who was nearly dead.
Flagship Sunk Boat.
Washington, May 28.���While returning to Washington last night from
a trip down the Potomac river with
Miss Helen Taft and a party of young
women chaperoned by Mrs. Georgo
von L. Meyer, wife of the secretary of
the navy, the secretary's flagship Doi-
phln ran down and sank at Alexandria, Va., the power boat Culprit, killing three men.
TO  RENT���FOUR  HOUSEKEEPING|
rooms.      Apply     over    Hardman'
Hock, corner    Eighth    Btreet    and!
Bank of Montreal
I ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL      ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Branches througnout    Canada    pnd
TO    KENT���NICELY    FURNISHEDI Newfoundland,  anu  ln  London,  Eng-
fDoms,  beautiful   location,   furnace | led, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
Fifth  avenue.
Bleated, furniture
���phone in house.
���street
all    new.    Tele-] U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A  general
Apply  37  Agnes I banking    business    transacted.    Let
| ters of Credit issued,   available   wltb
   TTTr. i correspondents in    all    parts of    the
TO    RENT ���FURNISHED    ROOMS! world
tor light housekee^ng. Apply to A Dspertment-Depoelts
IL Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building, j ^.^  ^  mm% ^  $1  and ^^
| ind interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
IFOR    LENT���GOOD    HOARD    AND
room;   convenient location.    47  Co-j
lumbia  street.
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
STRAYED FROM PACKING PLANT,
Sapperton, one red steer with white
spot on forehead, brand I)i;X on
right side. Reward for informal ioa
that will lead to its recovery. Notify
'    V. P. R. Co., P. O, Hox 171, City.
TENDERS    WANTED.
'Tenders will be received by  P. O.
Ittlodtau until June 1 for the painting;
of Hit' outside of the Windsor Hotel.
Full   particulars   can   be   obtained
froth P. O. llidodeau.   The lowest or
tender not necessarily accepted.
P. O. BILODEAU,
Windsor Hotel.
juiy
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 8ixth.
REWARD HEIRS OF MAN
WHO  DIED LIKE  HERO
New York, May 28.���Without any
legal action, and with no other proceeding than an exchange of courteous letters, the Central railroad company of New Jersey agreed to pay:
$7600 to the heiis of Edward Saunders, of Point Pleasant "fll settlement
for the death of the latter on Easter
Sunday last.
Mr. Saunders was 60 years old and
was a baggageman in tbe employ of
the company. He met death after
having saved a man, and while making an effort to prevent the killing of
three elderly women at the Elizabeth
avenue station crossing In Elizabeth-
port  by a northbound train.
The railroad company wrote that
$5000 would be legal compensation,
but the heroic self-sacrifice and det-
votion to duty displayed by Mr. Saunders was taken into consideration. <
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 on Savings
Balances balf-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
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ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
lacl; of privacy and the denial of an
opportunity for the cultivation of individuality is the father���he who
pays for everything, buys the house
with his own earnings, or hires It. and
yet generally has not so much as a
corner that is his very own. It is
called "his house." It has many
rooms. There are numerous bedrooms
and dressing-rooms; but If he really
desires solitude, there would seem to
be nothing for him but to lock himself up in the bathroom.
Sometimes you hear the members
of an American family speak of
"father's den," to be sure. Why, Just
before I left America a New Y'ork
friend, when she was showing me
through her new house, said to me.
"This is my husband's den," showing
me into the sunniest and brightest
room in the house. My eyes rested
upon antimacassars and tea-cosies, a
copy of "Poems of Passion^' an embroidery frame, a train of "choo-choo
cars," and a box of such American
confections as my soul delights ln
and which no manly man could possibly be seen eating.
I looked around for rows of curious
pipes, for a horribly dusty and disordered writing table, a lounging
jacket���out at elbows, but, oh! so
comfortable after the workaday coat
���a copy or two of a sporting paper
but not a sign of such mute witaeese*
to masculine ownership of that room
did I see. "It's the sunniest room in
the house" went on that wickedly selfish little American woman, "so the
children and I spend a great deal of
time here."
American and  English  Husbands.
I have been shown through other
American homes where the husbands
had their "own" dressing rooms, their
"own" hanging cupboards, and have
noted with surprise tbe complexion
balms, bodkins with pink baby ribbon ready for running through lace
bonnet, whisks and cut glass ehiffon-
nieres along with military brushes
Jind safety  razors.
"1 do believe in separate dressing
rooms and separate dressing tables,
don't you'.'" the fond Wife would gush,
and then she would show me her husband's "own hanging cupboard,''
which, being fitted up with a new
kind of patent trousor stretcher which
she found exactly the thing for keeping her skirts in nicest order, she had
taken possession of up to the farthest
and darkest corner, where a pathetic
and lonely greatcoat, might bang on a
solitary peg.
There was a  time when  I   thought
Boys' Shirt-Waists
We show Boys' Shirts and
Shirt-waists in choice variety
for boys of all ages.
The Shirtings and styles are
the same as we show in our
men's shirts and made by the
same makers, too.
"Just anything" is not good
enough for our Boys' Shirts.
75c. 85c. up to %\M
It's a proud day for the boy
when he puts on one of our
"real shirts," and we make it
easy for him to put them on
quite early.
REID & McDONALD
601 Columbia St. The Ftore of SatUfaction
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons, London, and Steinway & Son, London.
New  Pianos   Selected   for  Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
Por Up-to-date
RINTING
P
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,   5,   5; 45,  and  every
fifteen minutes  thereafter untll 11 p. m.
8UNDAY SERVICE. MElEl����7f
Trains leave New Westminster tor Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Stevestou.
8UNDAY SERVICE. gf*fiirr -'
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. mp^SWP---'
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.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser Hiver lt Is a cheap, quick, comfortable
���MflffiBBMJH! and Peasant ride on the
'ast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,  11117.
A.   RUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Phone 623.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading
Co.
All Kinds of
LARGE
FANCY GLA8S.
STOCK
-iTfi��� fit? p Manufacturers nnd Dealers In
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES
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FINISH,
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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
WHITE ROCK
Latest and Best
SEASIDE   SUBDIVISION
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possessing all the advantages and none
of the drawbackscommonly encountered
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No need to toil along a dusty road.
No need to climb up and down a hill.
This beautiful bit of alderbottom, and with gentle risa
in the rear, is only two hundred yards from the railway station at which all trains over the G. N. R. stop.
The natural beauty has been preserved; only the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
All lots one-fifth acre, with frontages on 66-ft. roads.
About a third of the lots occupy a rich flat; the remainder, a gentle slope, from which a splended view
is had of Semiahmoo Bay.
There is an abundance of beautiful spring water on
the property; a great desideratum for campers.
The beach is unexcelled for bathing.
Prices Moderate.      Terms to Arrange
^fhat is a few hundred dollars if you get what you want
and here is the very chance you have heen
waiting for.
f^^J APPLY TO
E. A. GREAME or J. H. VIDAL
Phone 653 Phone 369
OR
BLOOD NOT NECESSARY
TO LIFE, SAYS SAYANT
Scientist    Using    Drugs    in    Experiments  on   Frogs   Demonstrates
Theory.
Chicago, May 28.���That blood Alone
Is not necessary to the distribution of
the life-giving solutions through the
human body ia tbe discovery made by
Prof. S. J. Meltzer, head of the depart
ment of physiology of the Rockefeller
Institute for Research, lt was announced in the May number of tbe
Journal of Experimental  Medicine.
A separate mode of distribution ha;
been found. Placing frogs under an
anaesthetic, Prof. Meltzer applied
liga tures above tbe auricle of the
heart and cut off the vascular flow.
Injections of morphine, strychnine
and adrenalin demonstrated his
theory. An injection of adrenalin in
the frog's thigh caused the pupils of
Its eyes to dilate.
The same effect was had on fresh
eyes inserted in the head. Within
half an hour after an injection of
morphine a frog whose circulatory
system bad been cut off would jump
away when touched, Dr. Meltzer asserts.
W. R. GILLEY, Phon* 122.
& E. QILLEY, Phone 211.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CS'JSHED ROCK.
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PAYS  $50,000   FOR   QUIET
For   Delicious
Cooked   Ham
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'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St. 5
Budapest, May 2~>.���The Count and
Countess Szechenyl have paid $50,-
000 ln order to keep the street cars
away from the neighborhood of their
palace.
The municipality had decided to
construct a track connecting the eastern and western railroad stations and
passing the palace.
The countess, who was Gladys Vanderbilt, objected to the noise that the
cars would make and said she would
quit Budapest if the city carried out
its plan.
The count offerered to give $50,000
to the city's poor if the track be laid
a few blocks away. The proposition
was accepted.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN.
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO, LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Ni. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
BIG GRAY WOLF MAKES
PLAYMATES OF CHILDREN
New York, May 27.���A   big    grayV
wolf escaped  from a private   mena-1
gerie at Sheepshead Bay last  night, I
and two keepers, assisted by the po-1
lice, searched for an hour until  they
found the animal playing with a group!
of little children In a yard near thel
water front.    The children, believing!
the wolf to be a new kind   ot dog, I
had made friends with him at once I
when he approached.    The wolf did!
not   discourage  the  advances of  the
children and kept his temper   event
when the youngsters clouted him wit'i
sticks and pulled his ears and forced I
him to eat crackers and candy.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, tor It ls the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   tor   what   le
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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
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I
POR SALE
Two and a half story house on lot, 60x132, Third avenue, and
near Queens park.   This is a snap at $4750.   Terms to be anangcd.
Eight roomed house on Keary street on full sized lot. Price $2300.
$300 cash and balance on verv easy terms.
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Eight roomed house on Park Row.
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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
THE LIBERAL CLUB.
The suggestion of J. W. Weart,
Liberal candidate for New Westminster federal district, to establish a
National Liberal club In this city, is
ineeting with great favor.
The Idea outlined by Mr. Weart Is
to erect a building, devoting part of
It to the club, while the balance of
the block will be used for stores, business offices or residential flats. The
revenue from the block itself will, it
is estimated, pay good interest on
the shares, leaving a considerable
balance for organization purposes.
A meeting is to be held tomorrow
night, by those who have already
signified their intention of taking
shares, and there is little doubt but
that a strong committee will be formed to immediately go ahead with the
proposition.
The need for a club has long been
felt. Cities in the east have their club
rooms, but the Liberals of New Wan-
minster and district are taking the
lead in Hritish Columbia in having a
building of their own erected.
We fully expect that all Liberals
will take an interest in the scheme
and make the project a great and
lasting  success.
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THE  LACROSSE SITUATION.
The Saturday Sunset, which has
hitherto independently and impartially j
leported and commented on the lacrosse games between this city and
Vancouver, published in its last Saturday's issue a severe censure on the
action of Secretary Fred Lynch.
At tiie time of reporting the game
we tbought it in tbe best interest of
the sport, in which the Province and
World also joined us, not to make
mention of a more than unpleasant
scene between two officials of the opposing clubs. We have no fault to find
wiih the regrets of the Saturday Sunset about the episode, but we are
absolutely certain that if the editor
of the Sunset had had reported to
him the low and disgraceful language
used by the Vancouver oilicial to
Alderman Lynch, he would have held |
that latter gentleman entirely justi-1
tied in what he did, painful as it was.
Earlier in the game, the same Van
cou\er official had culled a well
known clergyman of this city a
"hypocrite." and if the policeman
who w:is instructed by the mayor to
warn the Vancouver man, haJ gone
farther and requested him to remove
from opposite the New Westminste ���
���dressing ro-.m tn his own end of the
field, the unpleasant occurrence referred to by the Saturday Sunset
would never have happened.
A Snap for a Few Days
Seventh street, near Queens avenue, five roomed house with bath
and toilet, for $2500; one-third cash, balance t>, 12, 18 and 21 months.
Close in. This ls only a few minutes walk from the post office.
Investigate this.
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is that the Prince himself should be
fully satisfied, and to thut end he
should be free for a year or two yet.
Anyway, these are halcyon, augustan
days for England.���Montreal Witness.
BUILDING   PERMITS.
Whi!e Mr. Chamberlain, or whoever
represents that once potential oracle,
in spite of everything to the contrary,
still   maintains  that     England   must
sacrifice her ffe>\trade prosperity���
that is, her very life���if the Empire
is to be preserved, all tbe signs are
fliat    Great    Britain's  material   prosperity is increasing in a remarkable
way. that the   political influence    is
greater than ever before; and,   more
than that, tbat real  love for her on
Ibe  part  of  outside  people is deeper
���aid more widespread than ever before.
Tbe Germans, as a nation, are more
cordial  towards  England  today  than
they have since before the B^er war;
and   rrom  Japan  and  other  parts  of
the world come evidences of affection
in this year of King George's coronation.    Uon   Manuel,   ex-king  of    Portugal,    is,    we    read, fast  becoming
English, which is nothing to be particularly proud about, unless It means
that his morals are improving.    But
pleasanteBt  to  English  ears  will  be
the anxious forecast attributed to the
young Princess Louise, only daughter
of Kaiser  Wilhelm,  who is  reported
i;o have    confided    to    an    intimate
friend: "I don't want to be a Bavarian,
a Wurtemburger   or   a Viennese.    I
want to be English."    This may, of
course,  be apocryphal, but to all  of
tis it seems very likely to be true.   It
would be hard for her to look for a
���more brilliant position or more hopeful home than that which gossips are
now associating    with    the  Kaiser's
visit.    The  English  would,   however,
prefer  for,their queen    an     English
J��rlncess.    The Prince of Wales Is sixteen, and  the   German    princess    :s
iseventeen.    What is most important
The following building permits!
were Issued last week: j
Isabel II. Richmond, 7-room bungalow, Eighth and Kennedy streets,
$2500.
Albert Hammerberg, 7-room residence on Seventh avenue,  $2250.
William Lead, (i-room house on
Wood street, Lulu Island, $1000.
A. Murray, 6-room two-story house
on Colborne street and Sixth avenue,
$2000.
\V. N. Merrill, 6-room story and a
half residence on Seventh avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets,
$2000.
F. McCublin, fi-room story and u
half residence on Tenth avenue,
?1500.
W. F. Beggs, alterations to residence on Eighth street, near Fourth
avenue. $300.
R. A. McDonald, fi-room story and
a half house on Sixth avenue, between
Second and Third street, $1800.
Mrs. C. Watson, S-room residence
on Third avenue, $3000.
E, E. Nixon, '.'-room residence,
story and attic, on Third street, $4000. |
Wilber Smith, cement block fence
on Sixth street, $300. j the department is already Interestln
Noah Mosdell, two story house on   itself in this phase of the question.
Ewen avenue, $1500. |	
J. E. Lindsay, soda water factory oil
Cameron street, Lulu Island, $1000.
K. G. Patterson. t;-room house on
Eighth avenue, $1800.
M. R. Mead, bungalow on Alberta
street. $1200.
Westminster Trust Co.. Westminster Trust block, on Columbia. Begbie and Clarkson stieets. $160,000.
N. II. McQuarrie, 2-story building,
10 rooms and basement, on Crescent,
$0000.
.Tames W. Cunningham, 8 rooms
and  basement.   $3000.
Peter Willile, fi-room, 2-story house
on Fourth avenue, between Tentli and
Eleventh street. $1500.
.1. c. Chamberlin, fi-room story and
a half house on Hamilton street,
$2000.
J. C Chamberlin, another fi-room
story and a half house on Hamilton
street, $2000.
Robert Smith and Brownlee. 5-
room dwelling on Princess street,
$1600.
for the guidance of the department in
the work of immigration and in connection with the supply of farm hands
for the harvest.
"Definite    information,"    said   Mr.
Walker, "is not available In any of the
provinces at the present moment with
reference to the acreage under crop
this  year.     The statistics  have   not
yet been fully compiled by the departments of agriculture. The figures
from the various agents of the governments are now being sent in and
collected.
I "From the information sent to me
I estimate that the increase will   be
! 30 [ier cent in advance of 1910."
In Alberta the acreage under crop
in 1B10 was 450,493 in spring wheat
and 142.4C7 acies in winter wheat.
The estimate made in Alberta is that
this year there will be 000,000 acres
in spring wheat���an increase of 33
per cent, an.l that there will be from
200,000 to 225,000 acres in winter
wheat, an increase of 40 per cent. In
Saskatchewan the increase will, it is
said, be almost, if not quite as large.
There will he an immense advance in
that province, all the elements for
sowing on a large scale having beep
present.    In Manitoba the percent of
i increase will be much smaller, but in
the  three  prairie  provinces   the  in-
| crease will not be much less than 33
' per cent.
To provide the labor to harvest the
crop of 1911 will be a great task, and
OR
HOUSEKEEPING   ROOMS
FACING '
Columbia    |
AND
Sixth Streets    '
WILL OPEN SOON
Get There First!
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PHONE 56.
Two and a Half Houra
on Operating Table
Specialist Could Not Removo Stone
In Th. Bladder
GIN PILLS PASSED IT
THIRTY PER CENT  INCREASE
IN WESTERN ACREAGE
Winnipeg, May 26.���That there will
be tin Increase of 30 per cent  in  the'
total acreage under crop in the three
western provinces was the statement.
made today by J. Bruce Walker, the |
commissioner   of   Immigration.     The,
statement made by the commissioner i
was based on information which had
been specially supplied to him by thet
three governments of the prairie provinces.    The information was required
JoT.n.TTK, P. Q.
"During- Ajigust last, I went to Mon-
treal to consult a specialist as I bad been
suffering terribly with Stone in the
Bladder.
He decided to operate but Said the
stone was too large to removeaud too
hard to crush. I returned home and
was recommended by a friend to trv
GIN PILLS.
They relieved the pain. I took two
boxes and went lack to tlie specialist.
He said the stone was smaller but he
could not remove it although he tried
for two hours and a half, I returned
home and continued to take GIN PILLS,
and to my great surprise aud joy, I
passed tlie stone.
GIN PILLS are the best medicine In
the world and because they did me so
much good, I will recotnmeud tbem all
the rest of my life". 46
J. Al.BKRT I.ESSARD.
50c a box���6 for $2.50���at all dealers.
and money back if they fail to give
relief.  Sample box free.  National Drug
and Chemical Co., Dept. B.C.,  Toronto.
The original
Gin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, arc sold
only in this box.
Dressmaking
Just received the latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses aad tailor
made suits.    Satisfactioa gaasantee 1.
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
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Try those delicious
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surroundings in the city.
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Meet every Monday In Labor hall,
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L SOS, Residence phone 501.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
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Estimates Given.
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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
THt! DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTVft
SPORTING NEWS
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GLORIOUS VICTORY
OVER BALL CHAMPS-
������������������������������������������������
J   ���
MAPLE LEAF8 BATTERED ALERTS
ALL OVER SAPPERTON PARK
ON SATURDAY, WINNING REMARKABLE GAME  BY 28 TO 4.
8HOOTING.    ^^^^
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Accompanying are the scores on
1 Saturday ln the weekly spoon competition of the New Westminster
Rifle association. As, howe;(jr, J. C.
Chamberlin had scored 97 on Wednesday at the Empire Day shoot, he carried off the spoon for the week, although not at the South Westminster
range on Saturday:
200
W. G. Wooster ..  ..28
In the criminal history of baseball Tr Vidal*?.^.'.'.'.11
In this fair city of homes no crime' V. H. C. Abbott ....30
lias  ever  equalled  Saturday's crime J w- s- Wooster 29
staged at Sapperton park. I Jf��� A- Robertson  ..23
The Maple Leafs are currently re>'?''!; Keller 23
ported to have humbled the pride of-      ^*ac'tle   23
the ouce mighty champion Alerts. As) 01 . ���
the score at the end of the melange'     , Country Cricket.
was twenty-eight to four in favor of'     L��ndon'   Mi>y   28.���The   following
the  Patriots there ls strong grounii KtSt games were completed today:
for believing the gossip.    It was    a   Middlesex beat Lancashire by an In
glorious victory j nlngs and eleven runs.    Notts   beat
The Alerts have a pitching staff of' Glouce8}fr   by an   innings   and   155
about  thirty, but luckily  only  three' r1n��'      ent beat Lei��*ter   by nine
500
29
31
32
25
26
18
21
15
600
30
���29
26
28
���27,
22
18
15
Ttl.
87
86
86
83
82
63
62
53
wickets. Warwickshire beat Sussex
by two wIcketB. Surrey beat North
Amptonsblre by ten wickets.
Census Schedules
Are Comprehensive
were sent into the box on tbe pre-
Sabbath day. They did wonderful
work. The Leafs fell upon tbem
like a hungry pup on a weinerwurst.
They clouted them and hammered
them, and pounded them and battered
them and biffed and blnged and
banned. And when the sobs of the
Alerts had subsided und the count
was taken the Leafs were discovered
to have won a glorious victory by
twenty eight runs to four.
The Leafs did some circling ln the ___^__...._..___________
f?U!h *-V���*vJZ-    '��"r.t?Hy'leadejimlneB and 'lories,  50  cents.       In
S,V? rh��rJ. i !? Zl i h Tr lleu of >'orse hire and all other ex-
until    o.rteen    14)   men had gained ��� ,      ,aceg excluglve ot c)u
T ir.nn.n^,tB' They,0nly. towns and incorporated villages in
stopped runn ng then because of sore Manltoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
leet.    As wlll be seen by   a   careful | nn   aIlowarice   of   three   do]lar8   per
one hundred names of persons   enumerated ln schedule No. 1 is made.
(Continued from Page One.)
analysis, half the runs were made ln
this inning, the total score being 28
to ���!.   lt was a glorious victory.
Hrown caught the whole game for
the A lacks. The other end of the
battery chanced often, but if the first
stage was bad the second was no bet
ter, and the last ditto. Storme heaved
OFFICERS GAZETTED.
The following appointments of officers,  in   the   recently   formed   104th
ance bas been a surprise to medical young ones are put through an up-to-
nien and to foreigners generally date course of Inquiry. Those who
throughout China. It was feared that show well marked mental abnormal-
every town would have to experience ity are taken to the children's court
the awful tragedy of Fuchladien, the When the new special wards at the
sister city of Harbin, no one town House of Refuge are ready such
learning the lesson from another.       } youngsters will be sent there.
To some extent this was the case,) Favor�� 8Peclal Institution.
but the Chinese, even In remote vil-1 John D. Lindsay, the president, and
lapes, took the lesson quickly. Their I Thomas D. Walsh, superintendent ol
conservatism did not long oppose tho the Children's society, are taking ac-
methods of advanced medical science, tive interest in the movement,
which their own government upprov-1 "Our society," said Mr. Lindsay,
ed and ordered. This is taken to mean "maintains a psychiatrical and neuro-
that the men of foreign education not logical department for the examine
only have the support of tte, govern tlon of defective children committed
ment, but are also making headway t0 Its temporary care. There should
among the masses of the people in be a special institution for the care
overcoming their traditional preju- jof 8Ucl> defective children, but tbo
dice against foreign physicians and '��� work should be under other auspices
modern  treatments. i ^j"? the society."
The out-and-out feeble-minded children of New York are responsible for
five per cent, of all tbe fires in the
flve boroughs, says Homer Folks, secretary of tbe State Charities Aid association. The association ls urging
the early completion of Letchworth
village, the 2,000-acre Institution near
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ I West Haverstraw. N.  Y . which    will
��� ��� ��� j care for 2000    feeble-minded    young
..���.��, w��o��� -*ra *,mm*****.i o����...   oneB-   Tbe legislature ls asked to ap-
NEW YORK TO 8EPARATE BRAIN- proprlate $600,000 to finish the build-
TWISTED   YOUNGSTERS   FROM   ln?? ��"1theP''0Pert>rIJ    _       *,
In this state,"    said    Mr.    Folks,
OTHER OFFENDERS AND GIVE  "there are 12,300 feeble-minded    per-
' sons who should be in institutions.
Only 4000 are in sucb places. Every
feeble-minded person at large is a
potential criminal.
"Flre Marshal Brophy tells us that
many of the pyromaniacs discoverei
by hls office are fathers and mothers
.. , .-_...        jn ne8r]y    everv
ABNORMAL BAD BOYS
WILL FIND NEW HELP
THEM SPECIAL CARE,
New York, May 28���New York's abnormal bad boys and girls are to   be
looked after in an entirely new way. I of "wgTfamllE..' ,��� neany everv
The city is fitting up roomB in tho! case, one or more of the children of
House of Refuge on Randall's Island' 8Uch Persons wlll be feeble-minded o
n-nrl   !���   ,,,-r,,,*,,-;,,.,   *ra   ........   .1... ! eilUl'Tltll* Wit I*..,..      ..
and Ib preparing to separate the men
tal dellquents from the rest and give
them special treatment. It is estimated there are 12,000 such juvenile
"defectives" in this city.
Much is expected from the new
treatment, which, It is said, has worked wonders in Europe in redeeming
children who otherwise would have
become permanent criminals.
Under the new plan the mental delinquents will get school lessons, for
most of them are backward in their
studies. When they are sufficiently
advanced they will be instructed in
useful trades
epileptic. Without segregation, the
production of such fairies must continue and the problem of the feebleminded must grow until the state, in
order to meet it, must expend millions
where thousands would now accomplish the end."
WALDORF ASTOR  IS
CRITICIZED FOR PRANK
the first few over.   Then McPhail re-j regiment  (militia) of New  Westmin-.
lieved, but still the air shrieked with: ster. are gazetted: j
pain as the balls travelled far far, 104th regiment���To be Heutenant-
away, Then Corbett was discovered , colonel and to commend the regiment,
and dragged Into the vortex, ills, on organization: Major W. A. John-
chaste offerings were very welcome son, April 10, 1911.
���to the Leafs, who finally won thel To be captains, on�� organization:
fame by twenty-eight to four. j Lieutenant Thomas Cunningham, from
Knnrmous inducements and terrible the Oth regiment "The Duke of Con-
threats were held out In an effort toi naught'B Own Rifles" and Captain
prevent publicity, but all ln vain. I Percy Huestis Smith, from the reserve
Justice cried out aloud for publicity,i of officers, April 10, 1911.
and publicity Ib hereby given. Thej To be provisional captains, on or-
Klorious victory of the Maple Leafs | gnnizatlon: A. Leslie Coote and Henry
over the Alerts by a score of twenty- j Bose, Esquires, April 10, 1911
eight to four must be recorded. Solah.
All these boys played for the glory
of the game:
Maple Leafs���Jamieson, Hunkey,
ruockley, Roach, Wlndgarter, Dls-
nam, J. Jamiesmi, Glass, Sargant.
Alerts���McPhail. Ball, Sellery, Ster-
mont, Sinclair. Fitzgerald, Ferguson,
storme, Brown, Corbett.
Hoyle Woolfolk, who comes to the
��>pcia house next Monday with "Tho
Winning Miss," does not allow tlle
kiass to grow under his feet and yesterday in a message to this office ho
issued a sweeping challenge to any
baseball nine of this city to engage
in mortal combat over the plate with
his team. This dell is thrown ut the
Balmoral, Maple Leaf or Alert organizations and the only stipulation
is that thc game must be contested
.Monday. Now, who's the flrst to ac
cept ?
CHAMPS   LICKED.
To be provisional lieutenants, on
organization: Provisional Lieutenant
Percy Cronnell McGIIIivray, from No.
11 company, Canadian army service
co.-^s, William Henry LangSworthy,
Harry Clifford Airth, T. E. Caskey,
Herbert Thomas Goodland, William
James Elmore Meredith, Arthur Jenkins and John James Brown gentlemen.   April 10, 1911.
London, May 28.���"Pere," supposed
to-be Lord Rosebery, writes to the
Times today protesting against Waldorf Astor's frolic   at the    Earl    of
 ���.       , , Winterton's   fancy   dress   ball,   dls-
About forty cases have been trans- gujsed as "No. 499" of the 500 new
ferred from the Idiot asylum to tho. "peers" Premier Asquith threatens to
new special wards at the House of create to overcome the majority
Refuge. If the experiment turns out against the veto bill in the present
as well here as it has abroad, it is bouse of lords. "Pere" accuses Astor
the plan to have the city build a largo! ot ridiculing the lords at a critical
institution for all such cases. time.   Astor retorts that "Pere" has
Set Boy on FireV. no sense of humor.
Two of the boys who have been put ���~~~
under the special treatment are being  AU  OM*JS!:1,_.  ��I ��.,
watched with unusual Interest by the1 OCCURS AT BELLINGHAM
managers of the House    of   Refuge. I     L
One boy's crime was the pouring of j Bellingham, May 28.���While return
oil on another boy and setting flre to lnB at an early hour yesterday morn-
him. The members of his family were ln8 from Mount Vernon, the automo
examined by experts and found to be I bile in which were J. G. Hull, a real
normal. The other patient is a boy j ��8tate dealer of this city, and his
who was sent bv his mother to buy a wlfe- slipped over a steep embank-
loaf of bread. Instead he went to a raent at Forest and Cedar streets and
moving picture show. When he got \ r��lled over and over,
out be was afraid to return home. So I Mr- Hu" was P'nned beneath the
though he had never driven a horse, machine and when extricated by ped-
in his life, he jumped on an unat- estrians. attracted by the noise of the
tended wagon and drove off. The machine going over the bank he was
, horse ran away and the bad boy was unconscious. Thus far.physicians are
��� t08se(i out I unable to say whether he   is Injured
Great efforts are to be made to get   fatally.    Mrs.  Hull escaped any hurt
* "t..!,!," ra���* rat iK. k..in. ��f th.au.   other  than   a  fflw   nninfnl   hrnl.o.
PLAGUE   IN   CHINA   ENDED.
Celestials Took to Heart Lesson Provided by Medical Science.
Hong Kong, May 28.���The epidemic
of bubonic plague in Manchuria has
died away in almost as miraculous a
manner as lt came.      Its disappear-
��� -��� ���     -���       rm      .......m      aar     0 a. a
the "twists" out of the brains of these
two youngsters and turn them out
equipped for self-support.
The   Juvenile   mental   delinquents    ��� -���~. �����-���-������� ****** *****-
are flrst classified as such    by    the ,n^r the machine off its balance.   Mr.
Ildren's society, which has Dr. M. Hull applied the brakes, but the ma-
G. Schlanp and other alienists to ex- chine continued to slide backward un-
��� --      -    ��� "���   "   overbalanced   and   overturned
other than a few painful bruises.
Loose dirt on the edge of the embankment gave way, allowing the rear
wheels to skid to one side, thus throw-
Children's society,
her a       ^^^^^^
In two rooms
    _.   _. ���      nty- 	
third street and Fourth avenue    the   torn of the gully.
amine the youngsters.    In two rooms   til   it   overoaianceu   ana   ovenurnei
ln the S. P. C. C. house at Twenty- and tumbled end over end to the hot-
.*.     __j     n...-it.     _..-*..._        11. ..      trim   r\t   ihn   tnillv
��� ���
Qucrrie's Indians Defeat Frenchmen at Maiscnneuve on Saturday.
Montreal, May 28.���The Tecumsehs
downed the champion Nationals in tho
ti ���st league game to be played at
Maisonneuve yesterday, 7-4, after one
of lhe most farcial exhibitions of the
National game ever seen in Montreal.
Under the new lacrosse regime of
stricter penalties in the hope of making the game cleaner, thirty penalties
aggregating four hours and live minutes, were handed out by the officials,
bul even this failed to restrain the
plavers of both sides from mixing
things In the liveliest fashion.
The result came as a complete surprise to eastern lacrosse followers,
who had expected the Nationals to
Win all their games on the home
grounds. The Tecumsehs started
scoring early, netting twice in the
lirst quarter. This seemed to demoralize the champions, who went up In
the air and failed to come down for
the rest of the game.
At the end of the second period
the score stood at 5 to 2 In favor of
the Indians, and at the end at 7 to 4.
A free light, in which thc bleachers
rushed Into the field, made the closing stages lively.
The teams were:
Nationals ��� L'llereux, Cattarlnlcli,
Gangnor. Decarie, Clement, Lachapelle, Secours, Dulude, Laviolette,
Mittre, Lamoureux, Dussault.
Tecumsehs���Kinsman, Freen, Yea-
man, Graydon, McKenzie, HmmtTM.
Felker, Querrie, Thurton, Durkin, McGregor, McDougall.
Heferce��� W. Mclntyre.
Judge of Play-Peter Murphy.
TO  STOP  NATIVI!  BETS.
Bombay Horse Races Are to Be Lim
ited in the Future.
Bombay. May 28.���Betting has become so prevalent among the natives
and the evils arising therefrom so
widespread, that the governor of Bom
bay today notified the Turf club that
no horse races would be allowed at
Bombay or at Poona, the capital of
the division of Deccan, seventy-fivo
miles from here, unless the meetings
were limited to ten days and book
making abolished.
Do you know
Mr. Faulds?
Thousands know him as one of the best judges of coal in tho
world.
He Bays we have more than 30 million tons of coal, the best on
the Pacific coast, in our 8320 acres on Graham Island.
On which side of the coal business are you ?    Buying or selling ?
Are you getting any of tho profit that comes from selling coal?
You can make some money if you will join with far-seeing Vaucouver and Victoria business men, and sell our coal to people whj
are wail ins and anxious to buy it.
Keep one eye on the future while keeping the other busy wltb
the work of the day.
The price today is only 35 cents per share, In blocks of 100
shares or more.
The shares are non-assessable. When you havo paid up 35c a
share, a certificate will be issued setting forth the fact that your
shares are fully paid up.
There is no time to lose. You must act promptly if you wish
to get ln on this issue. i
You know that in a few davs' time the price of the shares will
be 50c a share and that by buying in today, at the ground floor price
of 36c a share, you participate in an immediate profit of 15c on every
share acquired of $150 profit on 1000 shares.
The Terms are 10c per share cash with application, and the remainder in three equal monthly payments.
It is worth your time to call at the office of T. R. Morrow, the
Trustee, for particulars. [	
Remember, the New Westminster office of T. R. Morrow,
Trustee, is located at 421 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C,
and is open frcm 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. (Travers' Real Estate Office)
Monevto Loan
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements��iSale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
W.  H.  KEARY,  Thompson Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone 6. 520 Columbia street
r
I
MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor!
No. 20. Keary Street, Sapperton, seven roomed modern house on
Jot 66x132. Price |2100.00. f300.00 cash and balance on
easy terms.
No. 35. Edinburgh Street, new seven roomed modern bouse, lot
50x132. Price $3600,00. $600.00 cash and balance on good
terms.
No. 139. Two large lots, within city limits at $250.00 each, on good
terms.
No. 78.     Two flne lots on Toronto Street, at $600 each; good terms.
No. 61. Two lots on Seventh Avenue, near Moody Square, $1000.00
each; good terms.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    CITY SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
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Nine Acres Cleared at Coquitlam,
$1250 Per Acre, on Terms.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone  929.
Room 16, Collister Block.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops  Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
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\ Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
I Chamberlin
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THE
JEWELER
X    Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. R'y
��������������������������������������������������������������������������� THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
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OPERA HOUSE il
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
TWO MILLION SETTLERS
COME HERE IN TEN TEARS
NEW
MAIL
British  Lead  With  750,000,  But Americans   Are   Only   50,000   Behind���
Majority Come West.
I
ONE NIGHT
Monday, June 5
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AUGMENTED lORCHESTRA
WRIRLIE5T.GIFLIE5T.
oFTH^ASfiASON-.
MOST BEAUTIFUL CHORU5
���     IT4 THE   WORLD. '
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CHICAGO COMPANY
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Ottawa, May 28.���During the past
ten years Canada has received nearly
two million immigrants, of whom
750,000 were from Great Britain, and
700,000 from the l'nited States. An
immigration bulletin Just gives the
actual figures up to the end of tho
fiscal year, March 31, 1911, as 1714,
320 for the decade. Since then nearly
200,000 more have arrived divided
about equally between Hritish and
American.
According to occupation, about C5
per cent of the immigrants arriving
from the l'nited States have been
farmers or farm laborers, who for the
most part have settled tn the prairie
provinces. Thirty-eight per cent of
the total number from across the line
made entry for homesteads in the
west.
About 30 per cent of the British
and continental arrivals were farmers or farm laborers, while 25 per
cent were classed as general laborers,
and nearly the same percentage were
classed as mechanics.
The Influx of negroes has totalled
only a little over 400, while 5200 Hindus have come.
Of the British Immigrants, approxl-:,,., ,,,,     ,,,,,,.. , .,
mately 5fi0.noo have been English and i1000" Annlevllle^ Sunbury (dally
Welsh,   150,000  having  been   Scotch,'
and about 45,000 Irish.
Figures for other nationalities In
elude the following: Austrian, 121,-
000; Italian. 63,810; Hebrew, 48,675,
Russian, :i8,!)50; Swedes, 19,34!); Germans, 21,145; French, 16,236; Norwegians,  18,708;   Syrians, 5223.
fhe distribution of Immigrants by
provinces gives a good Idea of population and growtli of the latter. Bas-
i katchewan and Alberta got a little
; over half a million during the decade,
Ontario came next wilh 403,81(7,
Manitoba got 309,623; Quebec 258,-
829. Britisli Columbia and the Yukon
188,599, and the Maritime provinces
only 73 902. Western Canada, therefore, got 300,000 more new settlers
than Eastern Canada.
WESTMIN8TER
8ERVICE
Tima Tlnl,
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. K. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
',. ������    (dally  e3tcePt  Sunday)..ll: 15
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except 8unday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(dally except Sunday).. 11:00
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points    east and   Eu
rone  (daily)     7;3c
23:00���All points east and Europe (dally) 15:45
12:30���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)   15:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (dally   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central    Park    and    Ed-
.        monds    (dally    except
Sunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby "(dally ex-
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Islnnd   13:30
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board ot Trade meets in tn*
board room, City Hall, ag follows^
Third Thursday of eacn month;
quarterly meeting oa the tnir��
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemtrer, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on th�� third Thursday or
February. New members may b*
proposed and elected at any montn
ly or quarterly meeting. c. M.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock!
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
HERO  SAVES  A   MADMAN.
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Prices,  $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
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Sailor Rescues Insane Man
Jumps Overboard.
San Francisco, May 27.���News of
a heroic rescue from drowning on the
high seas was brought by the freighter Massachusetts, which arrived
from Newport News yesterday. Three
days out from St. Thomas a fireman
named Harkey became violently insane and jumped overboard. Hans
Hansen, a seaman, jumped after hlm
and succeeded in keeping the strug
gling fireman from sinking for twenty
minutes until a boat could be launched.
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:80
11:30���Vancouver,    Piper's    Siding     via     G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (dally   except   Sunday) 14:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and    Sat-
day       14:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake idaily except Sundav   i6:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Hock and
Blaine     (daily     except
Sunday)   9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayville,
Coghlan, via B. C. E. K.
(daily except Sunday). 8:30
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Booms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     24
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
6TENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING.
MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public   stenographer;   specifications,   business   letters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken.
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    and"
Savage's office, Columbia St.
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Sung by GRACE LEONARD, "The American Boy," now in Vaudeville
Awbi'.ts* Motlerato.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
***��   rAOB 8BVBW. "1
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Johnson, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at thc southeast side
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeast corner of T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
220 acres more or less,
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated Aprll 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco I NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    D1S-I
TRICT���District of  New Westmin-1
Westminster
ster, B.  C.���Take notice that  Harryl T"���*��-��*�������*.��.���   f *~*
Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation     ���  TORSlCr    LO.
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 ls situate about
sixty (60) cliains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the aaid Green
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Green
��ake, thence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (ico) acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22, 1911.
east 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,       I
Bert Warren, Agent.
;   Dated April Oth, 1911.
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
post  planted at the southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    tbence    eaBt   80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains  to point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
��shorn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, Intend to apply for
jpermisBion to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   a      _ ,_.,..���,,
poat planted 10 chains north of thej ing~and b^ing"in tte Disttiot oTNew
TRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. ft, occupation married woman, intends to an-
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamoua riv.
er, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
WeBt Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edward
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, to
Edwin John Bond, bearing date the
2lBt day of August, A. D. 1907, of all
aud singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, Iy
>fflce 'Pbone 1M.     Barn 'Phone 117
Begbie Street.
Baggage   ceuvereu    promptly     ���
any part oi the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
IRISH EINANCE
OFFIC
-TPAM DEPOT.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior s
'Phone R672
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HEALTH   DEPARTMENT.
ment: "That we, tbe Pembroke Ur-
i ban council, unite wltb the Irish Na-
| ��� 'inaliKt parliamentary party In the
! hope that tbe king will be received in
IHL'hFD niCfllCCiniU a generous and hospitable manner on
USlULll   UlJvUjJiUil   biB coming visit to Dublin, and with
the Iiish party we believe that when
  j the day comes that the king will en
i ter Dublin to re-open the ancient par-
RELATIONS OF EMERALD ISLE TO   liament of  Ireland his majesty   Will
obtain from tbe Irish people a reception as cordial as ever welcomed a
British  monarch in any  part of   liis
OTHER      PARTS     OF     UNITED*
KINGDOM CONSIDERED ��� WILLIAM  O'BRIEN'S ATTACK.
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA   AND
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender   for   construction   of
Nelson, B. C.  Rifle Range" and   addressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, the
15th June, for tbe construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and   specifications   may   be
Tender* for Towing.
Tenders are invited for the towlna
of garbage scows from the City of
New Westminster to the Gulf.
Further particulars can be obtained
from the City  Engineer's office.
Tenders will be received    by    the
undersigned by the 5th o f June, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
May 27th, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east 00 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
tit) chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911. 	
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at *
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, tlience west 40 cliains,
thence north 20 cbalns, thence west
40  chains,  thence  north    60  chains,
Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
block 5   (except the roadway), lu
the  City of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of the  loss of ceitificate of title number 3352A, issued
ln the name of Mary E. Williams, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
Dominion."   On a division this amendment was carried by eight votes   to
| six, and the resolution was lost.
  Mr. O'Connor   Speaks.
ri���v.n���   Mo., <>o    -ma.   *..,.*.    .*    ,        Addressing   a   crowded   demonstra-1 seen and full Information obtained at
Dublin, Ma> 28.���The Irish press is; Uon 0, irIghmen  at  Middlesborough, I the ofllce of the District Officer Corn-
very   reticent   about   the   committee  Eng., T. P. O'Connor. M, P., declared j mandlng Military District No. 11, Vic-
which has been appointed to consider! that those Irish patriots who in 180'J j toria, B. ft, the Director of Engineer
tlie financial   relations   between   Ire-' objected  to  the   destruction   of   the  Services,   Headquarters,   Ottawa  and
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on tbe form
supplied by tbe Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of tbe amount of the tender, payable to the order of tbe Honourable
tbe Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited If tbe
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete it in accordance with tbe tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia   and Defense.
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers  will  not   be  paid   It
they Insert-this   advertisement without authority <<pm the Department).
land and the rest of the kingdom, j M* parliament had bad their worst
The official Nationalist press is ab-' pr��<)he8lef8 more V""1 \^ile^ ,The
solutely dumb. The DUh Independ-1 ^1? ��ft governing Ireland > from
ent says that the committee Is not ^estminster had broken down to a
sufficiently representative of Irish d,e^,h^ore trag,c ?nd �����retlidlBaa-
opinion. The leading Unionist news-, '��"8���f ���n��� ,/ e,xpe(rlment ,n ""L "���?
papers in Belfast have not referred to j ��ry ��' any,f .ou��try ln a��y a��e' ���ba
the subject-in fact the only Irish I *'"k?d' d1'? tH��mhe Rul��? ���ean? ��
newspaper which has dealt frankly | 5?*Lt?*.<S52\ by an Iri��"T
with it is the Irish Times. This lead- *'/'J*5v inih 7 iS^flSW "/
lng Unionist organ, while not argu- ISLlffi ^ ��*ln ,an? iT'8?, af-
ing for or against the appointment of' ���,7.i "iL^ ^ c��ntro\�� a" 5*
the committee, holds that as it stands | Peer'al affalr8 by the ImP*r,al Parlla'
Its  personnel   ls altogether   unsatls-I     ,��� '....   -        , ,        ��� ��� ,
factory. The interests of England are . * ft* JW�� Par"a"le"t Ir*
guarded by a formidable array of ex- 'and'n"*?**' ot*er countries, would
perts. Whom, it asks, has Ireland to *1X e8entfled' E��*f!S"*?2 t(Vher
pit against them? Lord Plrrie Is a H* and w��uld ta���k? h��* 8h\ro
capable business man, but his reputa- uj�����l5 h�� P�� If and ,bearlne �������
tion for statesmanship was shattered ft*"? SL��OT��T ?'?, ^V?'!1
by bis adhesion to the majority   re-1 �����JL*" ^ lThhe rfl��al Bolu"���� �� \ ���*
port of the Vice Regal Railway com- KTa^mh.l ? ��Vh*U'.d "e '0���
mission   Th.. ��nm.n cihnii, ��Ah.  ��  assemblies  for Ideal  affairs, and
mission. The Roman Catholic Bishop i ��� ,���,..,. ,���,.,,      ,     ,      ,    * ,
of Ross is a pious man. who presuma   a   ��C?' fifiSft*", IoSS' affa_\not
bly has never handled   Intricate   ac-  ����j *ffi5��JiE�� Wa,e8' inttlcot'
counts.    Mr. Adams is indeed an au- Sg*"* IS*** tZ&W an
thority  on  iri.h  .atlstics, but   Wis  trTJaT^LZ^l!   ��
mean a parliament in  Ireland   inde-
Westmlnster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 59, subdivision of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered   Instrument,      Re ,ot 23 ot lot 6> group 1, map 748,
and all persons claiming any interest  excepted the southerly 12 feet here- j ently -complete confidence   in a Libia the said  land   by  descent, whose  tofore  conveyed,  in> the   district   of | eral  government,   which he   has  re
LAND   REGI6TRY   ACT.
not an Irishman. Thus, says the Irish
Times, the only representative Irishman on the committee Is not a financier, but a bishop, and it adds:
"We can Imagine no more striking
example of the evil that is wrought by
a systematic boycott of economic in
quiry.
not contain
tive politics who could discuss Irish
finance with a treasury official."
There is little doubt that this criticism represents much Irish public
opinion, Nationalist as well as Unionist. The people are dissatisfied with
the personnel of the committee anl
thinking Nationalists are filled with
uneasiness by Mr.  Redmond's appa.-
pendent and separate from the Imperial parliament. It did not mean i
co-ordinate or co-equal parliament, It
means a subordinate parliament, and
it had always meant that in any
Home  Rule  proposal that had come
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received untll 4 p. m.,
on Monday, June 12, 1911, for the con-
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or   iu
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-{ distrust,
flcate of Title number 11690F, Issued   that "the  d
The  Nationalist  party  does  forward within the iL   twpnfv v^ I ""ruction of a Public Building, Cran-
.in today a'iTngle man In ac-   ���*t ����������     * *. ? y y        i brook> B- C.
Uon I "was* a hZlrTL �� T^' pla���. specification .nd form of con-
raSim thL hni-��rt S g. .i Ti tract can be 8een aBd form8 ��f ten"
conten'ted bec��,^ nf �� L * i���*1 der obtalned at the ��fflcea of Mr. Wm.
Til n��v�� k 6 ��f a fvee Pueople- Henderson, Resident Architect, Vic-
thln* Ireland^ZJZ 2�� *�� **> torJa' B' C�� at tho P��8t olfice.'cran-
HomP Rni��l^?J t   . ' * S?'' brook' and at tWs Department.
p���7��tanl**����*����� ���VTTT* thei Per8o��� tendering are notified that
That Th��rl- ��[ ty'. ^aTB.h4lto treat tenders will not be considered unless
&taTO*S?tttul�� there Wa9 made on tbe Prlnted formB applied.
B-����..rtiCbr.I^h..b,,t0rT taught>and signed with their actual sign*
j erai government, wmen he has re- ,QnVV./ ^^ Ca*b0',c People of Ire- tures, stating their occupations and
peatedly  urged  the  Irish   people   to  ��l�����   ���        ���   .  dl3t>ngulshed   even   places of residence.     In the case of
'���" ���        Mr.    Asquith    understood  t���'l?    y/rote8tant Pe��Ples ^ the   flrms, the  actual  signature, the   nar
lifferent  sections  of Irish   ���!��,d        ���   eeneroslty of  their toi-: ture of the occupaUon and place of
thence east 60 chains, thence "^default of redemption before registr.t
40 chains, thence east 20 chains, | UoQ> yQU an(J pach Qf yQU wi��� bfl {or
thence south 40 chains, containing ever egtop,,ed aml debarred from set
���18u acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   ICth,  1911.
win John  Bond as owner thereof in
fee.   And I hereby order that publlca-
0\ST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of   tl0? <* tbis  notice for thirty days in
���vu/vsi  u��".** ",.      ,.���.   .    i���...!g daily newspaper published in New
Coast-Take  notice  that   I    Agnes   w        , "   ,.   ,�� ���  aQd   ������,.
Dick, ot Calgary, Alberta   occupation     dent ^^
married  woman, intend  to  WW*"      Dated Land R    ,Btr    off|c
amission to purchase the   ����o*in8, Westminster,  Province  of   Brit-
described   lands:     ComttandngJtt a Columbia>  this   8th day  of  May>
post planted at the northeast corner i
of  lot   380,  thence  west  80 _ chaiM,;    ��� c   g   KEITH
District Registrar.
been filed ln this office
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
ting up any claim to or in respect of I less In the meantime vaid objection
the said land, and 1 shall register Ed-|be made to me In writing.
..iin. viic     uiltCiCUl     OCUllUUn     Ol     lHOU     ,irrt(jnn tt ., ,11,* *. iji   *******    ***     "-"^     *ra,-**a.v*a.*r*    *****     y.*a.a>    aa.
In the name of Joseph Campbell, has I opinion would be represented" on Ott wSTd.^, claimed   that   the  old; residence of each member of the Ann
committee.    Obviously   this   promise  n   ��    ^r��testant,    not    the    modern I mu8t be given,
has not been fulfilled.    It is not yet  urang.e ^"ety, had learned the great.     Each tender must be accompanied
C.   S.  KEITH..
District Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. ft, May 2, 1911.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
Uience east 40 chains, thence soutb
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April ICth. 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
���of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davies  Estate.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south half of section 18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
for  permission  to purchaBe the    fol be ^^ ^
lowing described lands.  Commencing u_.���mtti  0'(Q���'D���c���n ������ tho 3mh Hnv
cliains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, con-
.tainiiig 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 10th, 1911.
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry   Office,    New Westminster, B. ft, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons  having    in
their  custody  or  possession   the  fol-
Complaints having been made that
damage has been done by boys to
property by the use of Bling shots or
catapults. Notice is hereby given
that anyone found committing such
damage to public or private property
will be prosecuted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast-Take notice that I Hannah .���-.. - ( . -^ to ^ gaid
lluehler, of ^lgary AltarU. oc tuna * �� ^nested to deliver the
tion spinster, intends to W for pw * undersigned.
permission to purchase the following; U&rc\\, 1895. Grant from
described lands: Commencing at a t > Farquhar McRae.
post planted at the southeest come' conveyance in feo from Faroe T. L. 31792, thence west 801 ebams, w Beujam,n Stevenson
thence south 80 chains thence east 1 ^^-^ J()01 jJenJa;nin
��0 ChaiM, thence north 80 Chains M Bt;v'enBOn t0 j. D. Buchanan. Con-
point of commencement, containing veyan(je jn feo undf>r p0wer of sale
440 acres more or less contained in mortgage.
HANNA BUEHLttK, UttTQh, 1902.    Conveyance
Boone Kerlin, Agent. i ^ ^^ _T   Q  Buohanan t0 Uenja-
Dated April 16th, 1911, ���min Stevenson..
.COAST LANir^TRICT-Dlstrict^of; WHITESIDE,   ^NDS   &   JOHN-
Coast���Take notice that I, James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon Saskatchewan, occupation broker, intends to
.apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at. a post Planted at the.north
west corner of the Green Point In-
-dian reserve, thence west 40 chains
then.-,- north 80 chains thence ��J
40 chains, thence south 80 chains,
containing 320 acres ��W��1��
J\MES ADAM FORRESTEK,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
Solicitors lor Applicant.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re north half of lot 34, blo;-k "B," sub.
i division   of  lot   30,    group    2,   at
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of the loss of certificate of title number 9410F, issued
in the name of   Arthur   de    Brlssac
Owen, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
_________        at the expiration of one month from
��� ~~~    T . KTri    nialltha date of the first publication here
NEW  WESTMINSTER    LAND    DS-  tl e da^ o bUghe(1 ,���
THICT-DIstrlct of  New  Westm in   or, i VVestminster, issue n
ster   B   C.���Take notice that    l,    ���>���  tne liuj *j _    tj ������������,��� ������iOHt!
FitzGerald' Sargent, of    Lond
land, Clerk In Holy Orders Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands:
commencing at n post planted on
,  u. a,..��� .*** "----. ondon Eng.  dUpHcate of the said certificate unless
Gerald   Sargent, ^JflMWjgw   ��� "^ meantlme  valid  objection  be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,    New  Westminster, B. ft, May 9, 1911.
Commencing **��� .. ,��� - . .
the N. E. end of Alpha lake on the
west side of the Pemberton Tral^
v��Ui east 40 chains, tbence soutb
40 chains, thence west 40 chaina
-thence north 40 chains to pBttt-��
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or leas. .   1011
Dated the 7th day of: March 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tbe
Atlantic to the Pucllic; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
committee.    Obviously   this   promise I n""    * ,"t?��u""-    not    tne    mouern i must be given.
yet  ��range variety, had learned the great
known, however, whether the absence! f��?��?J...of....rellg.10"8   toleration   and   by an accepted cheque on a chartered
of any representattve Unionist from
the committee is due to any actions
of the government or is the result of
the refusal of representative Irish
Unionists to recognize or promote an
inquiry which is to end in Home
Rule.
The Freeman's Journal publishes
a significant paragraph from its London correspondent. He suggests that
the functions of the committee have
been misunderstood, and says that it
is merely advisory and will make no
report. He adds: "The Irish party
are satisfied with the constitution of
the committee, and believe that it is
well equipped for the highly import
ant work which Its members have undertaken."
Public   Opinion.
If the Nationalist party is Indeed
satisfied with the personnel of the
committee it is entirely out of touch
with Irish public opinion. Unionists
and Nationalists agree that Irish interests ought to have more adequate
representation. They think that this
necessity is emphasized by the private
character of the committee's duties.
Mr. William O'Brien's newspaper
fiercely attacks the constitution of the
committee. It says that it would be
difficult to imagine a more unsuitable
choice than the two Irish names
which have received Mr. Redmond's
Imprimatur. Lord Pirrie will be a lay
figure tn the Inquiry, and the Bishop
of Ross lacks the necessary qualifications. The newspaper is filled
with alarm at the prospect of a bishop's facing, single-handed, five of the
equality even before his Anglican bank, payable to the order of the
brother ,n England. The record of Honourable the Minister of Public.
Irish Catholics was as consistent. Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c>
clean and pure as that of English Non- of the amount of the tender, whicn
conformists on the grand fundamen:- will be forfeited if the person tender-
a principle that religion was the ing decline to enter Into a contract
kingdom of the soul. The toleration when called upon to do so, or fail to
In Ireland was by Catholics to Pro- complete the work contracted for. lf
testanta. and the tolerance ln Ire- the tender be not accepted the cheque
land was Intolerance by Orangemen will be returned,
to Nationalists wherever they had the The Department does not bind It-
power. Under the Home Rule bill self to accept the lowest or any ten-
there would  be, with  the full assent   der.
or every Irish  Nationalist, provisions ,                               By order,
which  would  safeguard religious lib-,                         R. C. DESROCHERS,
erty to every man in Ireland and pre-1                                                 Secretary,
ferential   treatment   of   any   creed.'       Department of Publlc   Works, Ot-
There  would   be   provisions   against j tawa. May 13, 1911.
preferential  treatment  of  any creed,.     (Newspapers  will  not be paid  for
and   if   the  Irish   parliament   broke   this advertisement if   they   insert it
any one of these provisions the im--without   authority   from   the   Depart-
periai  supremacy   would   come   into   ment).
play, and  he as an Irishman   would 	
welcome it if it weie necessary to de-,	
fend religious liberty.
Concluding, he declared his belief
that the treaty of arbitration between
Great Britain and the United States
referred to by Sir Edward Grev,
would come to pass, but the path of
that treaty would be smoothed if it.
could be said that the quarrel between \
the Irish and the English people was
done with.
^CANADIAN PACIfIC
W RAILWAY CO.
MAGAZINES WILL
"PLAY  UP"
RELIGION
Omaha, May 27.���"The age of muckraking is coming to an end and  the
most't/ghVt'rXer'nnandai%rPertsi magazines and newspapers are going
in the United Kingdom. "Mr. Red
mond," it says, "has again been outwitted and outmanoeuvred. He has
played into the hands of the treasury,
and the country can have no confidence whatever in the results of an
Inquiry conducted by what is nothing
better than a packed jury."
Welcoming Royalty.
At   a  meeting  of   the   committe?.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets Now on Sale.
to turn their attention toward religion," said James G. Cannon, president ��� Atlantic Express leaves  8:30 a.m.
of the Fourth National Hank of New   Imperial Limited leaves  3:55 p.m.
York, in an address before the Ministerial Union.
"If there is not the greatest ingathering to the churches it will be
the fault of the men of the churches,
for we are going to have the subject
For rates and full particulars apply
to
which  has been  formed J B^ckrock j ^SL^fi^^l^^ho
r: sots gjsvjs EfsVsrszz ffss wli] nott
I wav from Kings own to Dublin, a le.-1 ���������� a sinBle ��C'",B,: fo', &">����� to get
I Ter" was read "rom  the private secre j   '"^  amo��S  hls  "^ds  and   neigh-
i tarv  to  the  Lord  Lieutenant  stating i D ..XI   ,   ���,���      , ,,, .      .
I that  his  excellency   had   received   a   .    T1,e   �����*�� e1,it",s, "ho   have
,    iul  in.   um . ,     been muckraking a     ther lives   are
communication from Buckingham Pal- .        .     S.
ace announcing  that   the king would ! S*e'nS.. , * t(hinK m,18t, end'   and
be graciouslv pleased to arrange for a   that  the only  step  toward   progress
halt to be made In the progress from   conalstajn building man up."
Kingstown   to   Dublin,   to   enable  an I
address of welcome  to  be presented I TERRORIZING HUNTER
TAKEN   INTO   CUSTODY
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
IT PAYS TU ADVERTISE
IN ���
THE, DAILY NEW8.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
and also for the queen to receive a
bouquet.
The committee expressed extreme
pleasure at the announcement, and
were of opinion that in addition to
welcoming their majesties it would
also be desirable to have a useful
work  of  a permanent character   In
Brockville, May 27.���W. A. Vandu-
sen, a hunter and trapper, living on
un island at the rear of Leeds county,
was before the police magistrate of
Brockville   yesterday    charged    with
augurated   to   synchronize with   and t making threats upon the life of G. W
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. 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 Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p. m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
sented to be the president.     A pub-1 ed and handcuffed.   Vandusen   had a ** Beaver
lie meeting of the citizens will be con- ] dog almost as dangerous as himself.
vened at an early date by Mr. John j Thc constable, fortunately, found the 8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Mooney,    president    of    the    Dublin  man away from home when he called, I CHILLIWACK TO WESTMIN8TER.
Chamber of Commerce.      ����� land the dog had been secured.     He *j a.m.... Tuesday, Thursday  Saturday
The    Pembroke    (Dublin)    Urban   waited   his   return   in    ambush,   and'
council bad before them this week a  only took his man by surprising him.
resolution  by  John  Good to present   He  was  unarmed, but in   his shack
an address to the king on his coming   were found two loaded  guns.      The
visit to the city.   The chairman, C. P   prisoner was remanded for examina-
commemorate their majesties' first of
ficlal visit to this country.
Citizens' Committee.
Lee.
Vandusen has terrorized the neighborhood by his strange actions, and
The necessary steps are being taken when a constable was sent to arrest
for the formation of a citizens' com-1 him at his lonely shack he put up a
mittee, of which Lord Meath has con-'stiff fight, but was finally overpower-
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St  O'Neill, moved the following  amend- tlon.
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply;
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
,  ,      Q. P. A.. Vancouver. , 9
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.11 PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
rKc "Colonial"
L&wrv Mower
Hill Bftim��
City News
After having gone carefully into the merits of different kinds
of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. These
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Eight drunks will face the local The new twelve Inch water pipe for
bench this morning as the result ot the supplementary service for this
week-end carouses. city from Coquitlam lake is now laid,
and  the trench  filled  as  far as  the
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next asylum farm, or about nine of tho
tram office    Phone 310. *���    i fourteen miles between the lake aud
���I city.
Several    matters    of    considerable j .
imnortanee are to be introduced foe! Gamon s cigar store has removed
discussion at the weeklv meeting ot [ to Begbie street, four doors above Co-
the city council this evening. ��'"��'ia R,re��-f
Diamond's barber shop bas now re-
For spring plants and cut flowers Columbia street
,one Davies and Sen, flo;ists. I bone and BegbJe  ^ ^^ street   next ^
phone
897
Tomorrow evening at St. George's
hall a meeting has been called to discuss the propose'.! formation of a
choral society for the city. The acting
secretary pro tem ls Herbert Mackness.
Hotels with defective flre escapes
will bo called upon to remedy their
shortcomings, as a result of a recent
visit by Hie Chief Watson and Build
ing Inspector W. Turnbull.
Halrdressing, manicuring, managing; room 5 Market block, over Hunter's.   Phone 870. **
L. McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. McDonald, who has been seriously ill ln St. Mary's hospital, is
now progressing towards recovery.
Although his condition still gives
rise to considerable anxiety, George
Cunningham, senior, continues to
make fair progress frrSn the sulky accident of Friday. However, be suffers
much pain from h(.s injuries, there
still being some hemorrhage.
Hotel Russell.
McCall's
Patterns *^C3ZZ233^0��SlJ
McCall's
June
Magazine
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.
The Public
Supply Stores
.    ��� _              ��� ���-
Breakfast
Foods
A.W. McLeod
INSU RANGE.
I
Spring is
Here J
If you are looking for a good runabout automobile,   which   is   for  sale
for cash, or exchange for local property, write or call   on W. B. Sweet,'
room 7, K. of P. block. **
No fewer than fifty-two motor cars
took part in tbe outing yesterday of
the Blaine and Bellingham Automobile clubs. The cars, gaily decorated
with the Stars and Stripes, made n
brave showing as they passed through
the city in the morning and again in
the evening, when the return to the
Aiup'.Vj cities was made.
The photographs taken of the
crowning of the May Queen and other
scenes in tlie procession and ln
Queens park are on sale today in all
the local stores.   Don't be late.     **
Now is the time
to get your lawn
put in order.
We carry a full
line of
Garden Tools,
Hose, Lawn
lowers,
| etc., at all prices
JAMB & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
ZAM - BUK
is all right
We have a good supply.
SEE OUR WINDOW
MH'S DRUG STORE
Tonight in St. Andrew's church
presentation will be made tho pastor
of the chiircb. Hev. J. S. Henderson,
prior to his three months' leave of
absence to Kngland, Scotland, Ireland
and Fiance. Mr. Henderson leaves
the city on Wednesday morning and
will be joined in the east by Rev. W.
J. Sipprell. of Columbian collepe, who
is also visiting the old country.
Chairman Trapp presided at a special meeting or the board of school
trustees held at the board offiv ;s on
Saturday, when much pi ivate business
was transacted. Messrs. Gardiner,
Mercer A- Gardiner were appointed
arcchltects for tbe board and will
have full charge of all designs and
plans for tbe many schools which it
Is the intention to erect in the city
and district.
The newly organized Mill and
Woodworkers' local union. 1729, will
hold tbeir regular meeting in the
Conservative rooms, over tiie Fraser
Valley meat market, Columbia stie?:,
on Tuesday, May MO. at S p.m. All
mill and woodworkers in the city are
invited to attend. J. 1?. Campbell
president; II. .Murray, recording secretary. ' ��*
Provincial OITicer Otway Wilkie r*-,
turned to Westminster late Saturday
evening from Wlionnock,    where    he1
had been investigating the incidents,
connected with tbe attempted rubbery
and murderous assault made upon  D
E.  d.   Probert   on     Friday    morning!
Wilkie found that the boat which was
supposed to base been taken by the
assailant from Albion had been picked!
up by some of the searchers at Pitti
river,   near   McLean's   hauling,   three'
miles  lrom  Rs    first    resting    place.1
Posses of searchers are still on    tho'
hum for tbe missing man. who made!
good   bis   escape   Immediately   after1
firing  the  shot   which  may  result  i'i'
the death of Probert i
Careful watching by the police bag
resulted in the boys iu blue capturing a gun. one of many which navel
been  scaring    the residents    on    the
hill of late.    Police    Constable    Bu-- I
rows on  Saturday  had  his  Sherlock
Holmes theories tested and in a   se-'
eluded spot he found a band of budding   William   Tells   diligently   practising on empty bottles.    Despite tho I
fact that he was cautious to a degree]
the shooters smelt a rat and the gun I
and a swiftly rising cloud of dust was I
all that remained as spoils. The cloud;
was swept away, but the gun reposes I
In  the chief's  room   with  other    tro-1
pbies. |
This morning when the third week
of the assfzes opens at tbe courts the '<
ease iie.��c vs. McLeay, one of robberv
with  violence, will be taken by Mr' :
Justice Clement and a Jury.    Despite
what   was  provisionally   arranged   oul
Friday night with regard to the se--
We have always
I a full line of
CEREALS
on hand at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
Try us. Remember
we are headquarters for Green Vegetables of all kinds.
You Should See These Hand-
some New Wash Suits and
Dresses Right Away
If for no other reason than to
learn what is newest and best
to wear this summer.
Here are assembled the very
"cream" of the country's foremost
productions of Ladies' Fashionable Wearing Apparel
The styles are absolutely the
newest, nowhere can you see
newer ones. And as for values,
we can truthfully state that we
have exceeded our best efforts of
���^ thepast, and can show you some
special values that will really surprise you.
3**** v.
13 tSSS
rJ�� "JflKl
Remember the
Place
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
New   Wash Dresses,   price each $5.00 to $12.50
New Wash Suits, price each $7.50 to $20.oo
Right now is the best time to come and see them.
Ladies,
Attention!
WE are the new tailors that have
opened up in N'ew Westminster, and
to convince you that we are capable
of doing flrst class work
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
A. Sinai & H. Lewis
Corner of Clarkson and McKenzie Sts.
Collister Block.
RN HOUSE
AND   TWO   LOTS
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
siffi ����� Ss sx I particulars call or phone���
first hearing In tbe jury disagreeing,
being taken at the conclusion of the
McLeay trial, it  Is anticipated that,
this may bo put hack to the next as
sizes, whirl,  win De neid j,, October
Xo reasons for this latest move hare
been made public, but a decision will
be come to this morning  when  tho
court resumes. These two coses cmi-
. plete the criminal cases on the calen-
I dar.    Tuesday or Wednesday wi.l wl-.-
I ness the commencement of those on
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA. CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
If you will place yourself tin der our Instruction we will not only
teach vou bookkeeping, shorthand and typewriting from a practical
Standpoint, but will supply you with a "B.-L." that will satisfy the
business man of your ability to "make good."
The best results can be obtained if you are In possession of our
"B.-L."
Day Session the Entire Year.
The Modern Business School
610 Columbia St. A. L. BOUCK, Principal
Twin Screw Steamships.
1,1 "PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
it].*P\al3tl Suiting from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
For Stewart     Thursdays
For Prince Rupert  Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett.
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Tickets and Information fo- all polnts^east, including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, Xew York. Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and tlie  Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527   Granville   Street,  Vancouver.
LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
PRUIT SALINE, 50c.
I  AT	
I Ryall's Drug Store
the civil list.
cvre TESTED BY OPTICIAN
O    -PHONE 57 "   WESTM.N8TER TRUST BLOCK
t     PH0NECALL AND SEE THE LATEST IN TIRIC BIFOCALS-
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