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VI8IT   WHITE   ROCK   ON   THE
TWENTYFOURTH.
The Ideal Summer Resort.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER.
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"       MAY 26 19"
ifif'E'ls REALLY  PLEASANT
AT WHITE ROCK.
The Ideal Summer Resort.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER ��$,���,<���'! si|ffpl**r1
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. THUR SDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SALMONS EASILY
WIN FIRST GAME
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CON'S CREW GOES DOWN TO DEFEAT BY 8MALL SCORE OF 1
TO 0 IN HOLIDAY GAME AT
QUEENS PARK.
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After leading the strenuous life for
four quarters, the Efaimon Bellies retired to their dressing' toom victors
over the Vancouver twelve _>y thd
small score of 1-0, on Queens park
yesterday afternoon in the annual
holiday match and before a huge attendance.
The game, the first ln the annual
race for the British Columbia league
championship, was a remarkable one
in many ways. Combination, which
has always been the chief prop In the
Westminster grip, was all to the
fore yesterday and while this Is said,
It has to be remembered tbat they did
not show that same combination with
which their name has always been
associated. Repeatedly did the locals
appear to wish to go out on tbeir own
and not always when they did were
they highly successful.
Vancouver rarely seemed to get
that finesse into their play, or that
dare-devil rush which their opponents
showed so well. Their defence was
the department where the goods were
stored and right well did Jones' lot
near the nets acquit themselves.
While Westminster won by the
official score of one-nil, tbey were on
the general play value for a greater
margin victory, immediately after
tbe third quarter had started. Custodian Gray was sent to the bench.
His absence for the remainder of tbe
match certainly made his fellow
players go carefully. The handicap
was a big one and more credit ls due
to them for not only keeping their
goal Intact, but for being more than
able to contest matters against a
more numerical aggregation,
The Game.
To the accompaniment of "Ths
Harp That Once in Tara's Hall,"
Referee Matt Barr blew the whistle
that sent both teams on the hunt for
points a few minutes after the advertised time.
Klght from thp face off Westminster forced the play and the ball was
quickly tn the vicinity of Vancouver's
goal. Pickering secured the rubber
from a melee and. cleared, taking .he
BRIDE BRAVELY
EIGHTS PIRATES
WHILE ON HONEYMOON IN CHINA
WATER8 SUDDEN ATTACK
SHOW8 GIRL'S PLUCK���LAWLESS BAND FINALLY ROUTED.
New York.^May if..���The tale of a
bride, whose skill with a rifle had
considerable to do with saving her
husband's ship from Chinese pirate.,
Is being told on the New York wator
front today by the crew of the Jute
opolls, a four-masted clipper, Just in
PETER SIGH READY TO 'JEERING CROWD
TURN KING'S EVIDENCE
8IWA8H IMPLICATED IN MURDER
CASE EXPECTED TO GIVE EVIDENCE AGAINST ENEAS MACK
AT A8SI2ES TODAY.
When Mr. Justice Clement and a
Jury meet to try the murder case
which will open the seventh day's
proceedings at the spring assizes to
day, a surprise will ln all likelihood
be sprung upon tbe court by the announcement tbat Peter Sigh, who ts
i held as being an accessory after the
ANNOYS POLICE
MOB THREATENS TO RE8CUE
DRUNKEN FOREIGNER FROM.
CLUTCHES OF THE LAW���RINGLEADER ARRESTED.
from China.   The twelve months' trip| fact> wln turB kln8g evidence,   And
from  New   .ork to China and back1 W|!l be the crown's star witness.
was the honeymoon tour of Captain
Frank Downs and his bride, formerly
Miss Nellie Carter, of Baltimore.
Attacked by Pirates.
The Juteopolls was many miles up
the Chu-Kiang, a river of unsavory
reputation, when the attack by pirates
came. There were sixty of tbem and
they swarmed aboara tne vessel while
part of the crew was on shore leave.
The Officers and the skipper's bride,
who ls a crack rifle shot, were ready
to receive them, however, with several
lines of bose, pistols, belaying pins
and the bride's rifle.
A terrifflc flght followed, and ln lt
Mrs. Downs took a prominent part.
The pirates closed in on the little
company, swinging knives and clubs.
Mrs. Downs stood off a little and got
in two effective shots. Finally the
pirates fled.
Pirates Decapitated.
The attempt to loot the Bhlp was
reported to the authorities and later
the skipper and his mate were Invited
to Canton to see ten pirates executed.
They attended, but did not recognize
any of the pirates, chiefly because, as
they remarked, all Chinamen looked
alike to them. The headman's work
was skillful. ,
They heard that he was expected to
decapitate at the first blow, and that
a failure to do so would send him
promptly to death by the same sword
he had wielded. He did not miss a
stroke.
The evidence of Sigh, who, like
Eneas Mack, is a Siwash Indian, will
help clear the air and give the authorities much light Into the myi��
terles which have surrouritT.d the
affair since its occurrence last September, when, after a deal of time,
suspicion was fastened on Mack and
Sigh.
From time to time evidence has
been sent to official quarters, but this
has proved to be untrustworthy. With
the attitude to be adopted by Sigh,
when the court convenes this morning, it Is ln a measure plain that a
case which has been complexlng to
the city and provincial authorities
will be greatly reduced.
What was at first a simple arrest
of a drunken foreigner on Columbia
street last night turned out to be a
hard task fur tbe boys ln blue and I".
was only by the timely arrival of reinforcements that a junior riot was
averted.
Officer Burrows was taking bis
prisoner to the lock-up when someone in a small coterie of onlookers
suggested assisting the arrested man.
The Insane suggestion was adopted
by almost unanimous vote, recorded
In a noisy manner, and very soon
things looked black for tbe constable.
A telephone message to the statipu
brought along Chief Bradshaw and
Sergeant Stanton, but even this addi
tional belp was none too much.
A howling mob of some hundreds
followed and Jeered at the police and
only tbe proximity of the station
house saved the situation.
One arrest was made and several
names were taken of those who were
in the front rank of the ringleaders.
More will probably be heard of the
affair.
VISITORS WIN IN
HARD FOUGHT GAME
F.'OYAL AMATEUR8 JUST SUCCEEDED IN N08ING OUT VICTORY WITH EXTRA-TIME PLAY
WE8TMIN8TER  8,  VICTORIA   7.
Victoria, May 24.���A crowd of about
four. thousand persons filled the
grandstand and grounds at the Royal
Athletic grounds this morning, when
the flrst amateur .league lacrosse
game of the season waa played between    Westminster    and    Victoria.
play, by eight goals to seven, after
the most thrilling game seen In this
city for years.
At the call of time each team had
seven goals to its credit. The Capital
City twelve seeme.l to have the best
chance of winning out, as the boys
had made several Inroads through the
Salmon Eaters' defence, but the over
TRAGEDIES MARK
HOLIDAY IN EAST
WINNIPEG VISITED BY 8ERIE8 OF
TRAGEDIE8 ON  EMPIRE OAY���
TWO    DOUBLE    DROWNINGS���
���  GIRLS L08E LIVE8 IN TORONTO
Winnipeg, May 24.���Empire Day la
this ctty was marked by a aeries of
tragedies and calamities without
parallel In, Winnipeg. Two double
drownings, a' hail, rain and electric
storm, terminating in a miniature
The visitors won out, after overtime{cyclone which did* considerable dan*
ANGLO-GERMAN AMITY
URGED BY NOTABLES
GOVERNMENT BLASTS
VERY LATEST UTOPIA
CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND, PRE-'^FORMAL    COURT    CHARGE8    Dl-
MIER ASQUITH     ANO     LLOYD j
GEORGE ARE FOR  REDUCTION
OF ARMAMENTS.
DALAI LAMA SEES
FUTURE FOR BUDDHISM1
London, May 24.���Will   an   Anglo-
German    understanding    follow    the
RECTED AGAIN8T FORWARD
MOVEMENT SYNDICATE, WITH
HEADQUARTERS   IN   'FRISCO.
eagerness of the locals to score tbe
winning tally proved the undoing of
tbe hosts, for Victoria sent all her
men down on the home in an effort
to bore through the stalwart defence
of tbe Westminsters. Before an opening to shoot could be gained, Westmlnstei' got possession of the ball,
and with several odd men on the
home it was merely a question of
combination and scoring. Swanson
netted after a splendid run.
Goal Summary.
First quarter���8mlth (W.), 1 min.,
Sclater (W.), 1 min.; L. McDonald
(V.), 6 min.;  Sclater (W.), 7 min.
Second    quarter���Smith     (W.),    6
min.; Kenny (W.), 8 min.
Third  quarter���McDonald   (V.),    1
min.;   McDonald  (V.), 1 min.;  Clute
(V.). 7 min.; McDonald (V.), 6 min.; I
Sclater  (W.), 3 min.
Last quarter���Swanson (W.), 4
min.; McDonald (V.), 2 min.', McDonald (V.), 1 min.
Extra    time���Swanson    (W.),   1%
min.
W. Clark refereed the game.
age, ls an epitome of ths day's re-
| cord. |   i^i
I      Eber Jonea, son of tbe Rev. J. P.
Jones, and Miss Maggie McLeod were
| drowned ln the Red river, the young
I man bavlng foolhardily permitted hla
boat to get into   the   wash   of   the
steamer Wlnnltoba. Almost within a
| moment's warning the frail craft
swirled around and engulfed in the
cold waters of the Red. The bodice
have not been recovered.
George Hunt and bis sister Jessie
were drowned off Elm park whei
their canoe upset.
The miniature cyclone did consider*
able damage ln Norwood and St. Boat-
face districts, and affected tbe electric power supply for twenty minute*.
Tragedy in Toronto.
Toronto, May 24.���Two papular
young ladies, Olive Blain, aged 25,
and Maz'ie Hicks, aged 18, were
drowned off the Island this afternoon
when a boat ln which they were rowing capsized one and a half miles
from shore. |
Two male companions, students oC
Trinity college, were saved.
WAR   WITH   8WINE.
San Francisco, May 24.���Charges of
fraud are contained In two suits flled
New  York,   May  84.���A   newspaper,
interviewer, W. T. Ellis, Philadelphia,
has succeeded at last in  talking witli
tl___DalaJ~__������a of Thibet,  g.ner.HyJ
sphere   up   the   fleld   and   passing  to | regarded as the most  unapproachable
Spanish Troops   Gained Glorious Victory  Over  Pigs.
London, May 24.���A dispatch from
Teluan to the Daily Mail says a great
comedy lies behind the official report
sent out from there of an attack by
Anjera  Moors  upon   Spanish   troops.
Students   of   Cambridge    Must    Not   and a brilliant victory gained by the
Take Part With Actresses In Plays,  j latter.    The enemy were, in   fact, a
London,  May  24.���In  an   order is ��� drove of 500 pigs, which were put to
sued today the proctors at Cambridge! flight   by  the  courageous   action   of
PROFE88IONAL8    BARRED.
A Moor bad charge of 500 pigs be-
___"���.___ "__.__'_"shares anrcun^Tae*0*** vltb Pro.eseiofti.. actresses. ...Jt, lousing to a Tetuan Spaniard. When
S,^T^��^.1ttl..^ .����,'<>"* been the custom of the Ox-   ths.Spank* troops advanced  and en-
heing in the world. Very few men
of white skin have ever seen him.j
iind countless thousands of bis fol-;
lowers hold him to he a d.ltry. He I
mat the Lama in. the village of Dar-I
Jeellng, beneath the Himalayan hlJIs.
where be fs ��I!ed te an asylum prepared for him by the British.
'The Lama Is not an impressive hi-
dividual ln appearance," writes the
interviewer. "His face is pock-marked and his ears are large ancl curiously shaped. His moustache Is waxed horizontally. His head is bullet-
shaped. He has a hobby for cleanliness, unusual in these regions. He
eats from a golden bowl and sleeps
between spotless sheets of satin."
Of the things the Lama had to tal.
ber by the opposition. Cliff Spring '* about, the item that most Impressed
successfully essayed a three-quarter h,s Interviewer was n statement that
field run and looked dangerous when! no intended, upon his return to Thi-
Newsv, which his other name is La-'uet' l0 8end man>' of nis young men
londe, put a full stop to the aspirations j to America for a western education,
of the Salmon's reoresentative. The! He aIso Pr��P��sed that Thibet, and
hall travelling at express speed was   cven tlle s''lcl'ed city of Lhassa itself.
fatter who accepted, hut muddled. A
scrimmage for possession ended in
West fouling and being sent for a
flve minutes refit to the bench.
Grumpy Spring In mldfleld got in
charge of matters and when he seemed to have n good opening, sent wildly. His brother Immediately afterwards made no mistake about Just
where the goal was and amid a wild
scene of excitement the first and what
proved to be the only point of the
match was registered.
On the face-off, an attack was made
on  Westminster's end,  but the combination   which    might   have   made
things hum  was  lacking    from    the J
visitors and Johnny  Howard cleared |
after being hotly chased for the rub-
propertj
ber  of  would-be  colonists,  who   now
believe that they have been buncoed.
The suits were filed by Attorney John
L. McNab on behalf of Frederick L.
and Mrs. Eva C. Larson and Mrs. Florence Morris.
Mcnab  said  that  these suits were
Anglo-American pact?    Though many''" "le superior court against the For-
_ ,,.,,_���  ward Movement syndicate, an organ-
German   and    English   Jingo   papers ,__���__ __,.,.,       ,,��� __���_,._ .. __   ...      -,.  ..
scoff at the "idealists" who advocate cuse and prospective sylvan ease in university have forbidden undergrad- artillery and infantry.
International brotherhood, there are a future eucalyptus grove as a lure. I ua'��'s "> tlike l'mrt '" ��mate_r th.atri
many notable umb on the sid_ of th.
optimists. Lord Loreburn, lord chancellor of England, speaking within
the shadow of Westminster, has voiced the hopeful feeling with a quiet
emphasis which, considering, his official capacity, augurs that there la
something in the wind, and Prof. Sle-
por, of Munich, has been informed by' the flrst of a number that   probably
an unnamed authoi ity that a great de-  would    be   brought   against   various
velopment may be looked for soon.      | eucalyptus  promotion   concerns, with
Leading Men  Interested. ; tne  intention  of  putting   a  stop   to
Since an Anglo-German Friendship swindling schemes which are alleged
society was Inaugurated at the Man- tg have been going on ever since the
sion house a fortnight ago, also, con- eucalyptus industry nttained promin-
siderable progress has been made in ence. McN'ab added that his chief
bringing leading men on '.oth sides of personal interest in the matter was to
the North sea to express their ap- protect the legitimate industry by
proval of the movement towards Bflt driving out the get-rieh-quick pro-
ity. ! moters who have thrived off that por-
ford Amateur Theatrical Society toi trenched theoiselvea fhe Moor *ot
engage the services of professionals ��� frightened and drove the pigs to an-
for feminine parts. Two years ago' other place. In the night the pigs,
Cambridge adopted a similar course' not liking the new place returned to
and have followed it ever since, but! where the troops were posted. The
hereafter they will have to abandon position being surrounded by cork-
it. From now on the dramatic, club woods, the pigs made a great noise,
will have to find some pretty-faced, The Spaniards thought the Anjeras
bright-cheeked undergraduates for had come to attack them, and the
the feminine ro.'es. The order is re- troops began firing, while the artillery
sented, but the proctors are inexora-  came into action.    The pigs iramedi-
bl.
SHARP  CRITICISM.
It's,
Ex-Governor of Wisconsin Says
Time for Taft's Resignation.
Washington, May 24.���Anyone   who
happened    to   entertain   a   "grouch'
ately bolted and the Spanish commander, thinking he had gained a
glorious victory, sent a special courier to inform the Spanish consul that
he had had a great success and had
killed six Anjeras. The Spanish consul today had to deny the report he
had  spread  and   to  admit   that   the
Though their proceedings are quiet,  tion of the public that is willing to in- j ?*finst ,the  President  need   only   go   Spanish  commander   like   a  modern
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soon at the other end, hut Sandy Gra*
found the clearing operations somewhat easy to handle.
Cliff Spring, always in (he thick of
il. swung into a fast stride and on
the run took the hull away and ���*\*
loped off on hls own, hut at the critical moment he lost. Feeney and Gordon Spring showed what real combination was and their passing and repassing was something to watch and
admire.
Cliff Spring, for interference, went
to look on for five minutes and he
was followed with the brass disc Immediately afterwards by. Pickering,
from the Terminal City. Feeney and
mil Turnbull l
feet during a swift repassing exposition, and things looked of the scoring
type when Godfrey and Matheson
came to the rescue of their end. Fitzgerald from a pass, ladled the stick
half way down the field and swung
to Carter, but the latter fizzled out
when he scented danger. Matheson
caused a sort of a stillness ln the
ntmospherc for a brief space. He
wormed his way through and his
lightning-like final shot skimmed past
the left upright and then the crowd���
or at least the Westminster section
of It���drew a long breath of relief.
Cliff Spring was no sooner back to
piny than he catigTR up a message
from the centre and despite lnterfei-l
ence from the opposition camp, he
managed to retain" possession until
| twenty yards from goal. Here he
���found himself In a tight, fix and   tho
* pass to Tom Rennie was Judiciously
��� made.
Play remained In Westminster's end
for quite a bit, though at times tbe
near-champs looked dangerous.
g    Some dandy piny from behind   the
I   nets  was given by the Rennies and
. -Gifford, but cach time the frontal at-
*. tacks   were   wanting   to make   the
.��p��l  shiver.    Tom  GlfTord for Inter-
ppf*1"Terence came to the bench for    ten
minutes,   which    was   increased    to
:. .   double that period  when the nature
i,-
should be thrown open to the   com-:
merce of the world and   the ancient1
policy  of  seclusion  ahandone.1.      Ho
declared that Buddhism, as a religion.
their  influence  Is  strong  enough   to   vest   in  anything  that  promises
produce far greater effects than  the  profits,
noisy advocates of hostility, if no untoward event arises in the near future
to nullify  the efforts on the side of
good will.
On the Britisli side the   supporters
are  varied  enough   to  compel  atten-
big
Residents of Richmond.
The defendants named as the promoters of the Forward Movement
syndicate are: Thaddeus S. Fritz,
president; Margaret B. Sheehan. secretary  and   treasurer:   Edward  Shee-
before the  senate committee  on   Fi-' Ajax, had spent his strength and cour-
nance to have any views, no matter
how disrespectful, accepted without
rebuke and duly recorded ln official
"hearing."
age in a dreadful  war with swine.
EVERY    MEMBER    ASSESSED    SS.
lor  Lloyd-George are  all   for  frlend-
,.,... , ship am! the reduction of armament.?,
was supeiior ... ( husmaity and pro- | _.,.{,. ^^ the a(.tlve   members   of
fcfie new  society  are  Lord  Courtney,
I an authority on constitutional and in-
j ternational affairs, Lord   Avebury, a
j philosophic   hanker,  Lord   Aberdeen,
the  lord  lieutenant    of  Ireland;   the
I Duke   of   Argyll, who   married   the
! fourth  daughter   of  Queen   Victoria;
Lord Klnnaird, a pillar of the English
church;  Lord Weat dale, an indefatigable  peace  advocate;   Lord   Brassey,
the breezy yachtsman and politician;
tion .    Premier Asquith and  Chancel-  han. vice president and   superintend-
phesied that in four hundred yeaie-all
mankind will he enrolled in a Buddhist fellowship.
NOSEVITCH, FOUND HIIL1Y.
IS SENT TO INSANE ASYLUM
consin,   has  testified  before   the  Fi-
I nance committee.    He took occasion I
I to   say,  apropos   of   the   reciprocity
1 agreement, and as an elaboration o_
his contention that it was fostered "iy j
i the Association of Publishers.
"Why shalf any man be privileged
street evangelist in 'this city and the! wlth an exalted office who will yield
founder of a strange religious sect t0 the demands, through cowardice,
that falle 1 to reach maturity. of    such    an    unworthy    complaint?.
When  a   man  occupying  an   exalted
for
ent, and Miss Mary W. Kilborn, second vice president. Most of the officers are residents of the Richmond
distiict. and  Fritz was    formerly    a
According to the complaints in the     ...
present   actions,   the   prospectus   is-   PIace ln tne  l nltcd states fears
sited by the concern painted a glowing picture of a new religion to be
established on the basis of Justice,
love and mercy and the creation of
the most modern of all Utopias.   Inci-
his own election rather than to be
concerned in welfare of nation, 1 say
lt is time for his resignation.
'  the  fans on their   Russian who   Committed   Murderous
Assault on Watchman Hayden
Ordered Confined.
Sir   Frank    Lascelles,    for    thirteen  dentally the new religious colony was  H All I AN  rlLIbliSTt KS
SECURE OLD CRUISER
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After a trial lasting over two days,'
the Jury on Tuesday afternoon
brought ln a verdict to the eifect that i
Harry Nosevitch had committed a I
serious assault upon Night Watcnman i
Hayden, when he was ln a temporary !
state of Insanity, and was thei ef ore'
not responsible for his actions.
Mr. Justice Clements, referring   to |
the statute dealing with the subject,:
i opined that the ends of justice would !
I be met by ordering thut Nosevitch be j
I kept in strict custody in such a place
I as the mental asylum for the   insane
I until the pleasure of the lieutenant-
governor became known.    His lord i
ship said   that by such   a place   he j
meant the asylum of this city, but W.
Norman Bole, K.C, stated   that   thej
act interpreted that "such   a
was prison.    The court held
original opinion.
Addressing the prisoner, .Justice
Clement said: "Nosevitch, I want to
say that I quite concur with the verdict returned by the Jury, that you
were not responsible   for   the   deed
years British ambassador in Berlin;
Sir George Held, Australia's representative ln London, and a host of
bishops and clergy, of whom the
Bishop of Itlpon Is the star orator.
Will Reap Father's Harvest.
Their main contention Is that better knowledge will dissipate hatred
and to that end they will aim nt greater intercourse between German and
English families. With the present
peace wave In motion they confidently look for a definite and satisfactory
development this year.
King George, they declare, will reap
the harvest of his father's peace soa1
to he established on a 1280 acre tract
near Santa Rosa, known as the Lawn-
dale eucalyptus forest, which was represented in the prospectus as being
owned by the syndicate.
The plan of organization of the syndicate was to sell shares in this eucalyptus forest. Each share cost 75
cents and amounted to one tree ln the
forest. The forest was still to be
grown, but the prospectus explained
that In ten years each of these 75
cent trees would be worth at least
$20. The prospective returns were
based on an estimate of 100,000 feet
of merchantable lumber  at  the   end
Agent    Buys    Dismantled    Umbria���
Fitted with Cannon and Arms
and on Way to Hayti.
Structural Iron Workers Must Contribute to   McNamara   Defence.
Indianapolis,  May   24.���Information
to the effect that the Executive Board
of  the   International   Association   of
Structural   Iron   Workers   has   levied
an assessment of ?5 on each member
of the union, as a defence fund to be
used in aiding Secretary John   B. McNamara. who is to  be tried at   Loa
Angeles for alleged complicity in dynamiting outrages, is contained In the
May issue of the Bridgeman's Magazine, the official    publication   of  the-
union    Altogether about flfty pledgees
of financial  support are contained In'
letters and telegrams printed  in  the
magazine.
CUT UP THE BODY
TO GET TWO TUBES
l ft'the Injuries alleged to have been
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(Continued on Page Five.)
place"{
to   its ] 	
Mexico City, May 24.���Thousands
of men and boys, fired to a frenzy by
a groundless rumor to the effect that
President Diaz had not resigned, paraded the streets of the city this after-
whlch you committed and I do hope noon and caused considerable damage,
that you wlll, under medical care, and j Rioting broke out in several sec-
kind treatment, recover. In a short I tions of the city,
while. That ls all." Prisoner was the_ [ Shortly after seven o'clock the mob
removed. concentrated its efforts on    an   at-
ing and  the resulting good  will will  of ten years, while the reports of the
be the chief glory of his   coronation  ��� ��� -���-_-_-___-_-___-_���___
time. (Continued on Page Five.)
Frenzied Mob Makes Attack
On Newspaper in Mexico City
tack on El Impartlale, a government
newspaper. The windows of the office
were broken and some shots fired.
The newspaper stfff replied with
bullets.
Finally police reinforcements arrived and a volley wis flred Into the
mob. Three of the rislers were killed,
The crowd then dispersed.
Tonight Diaz Is resorted to be suf
ferlng from a high ffve;
Leghorn, Italy, May 24.���G.    Grot-
stuck, formerly Ecuadorean consul at
Berlin, began negotiations some time
ago to buy the   old   cruiser   Umbria
from the Italian government, but was
not able to prove that the vessel was'
for the government of Ecuador and j
the Italian    government    dismantled'
her. , 1
Grotstuck, it ls asserted ln shipping
circles here, bought the dismantled i
ship and purchased separately cannon
and other arms. Tho Umbria was
overhauled, after which she was fitted
out at Spezla and placed ln charge of
a German officer with negro sailors.
The vessel sailed from Spezta
bound in the direction of Gibraltar on
May 6 and lt ls expected she has now
reached the Canary Islands.
Tbe cruiser, it ls ascertained, Is
bound for Hayti, where lt ls believed
she will be used by the fll_.uste.ers.
Peterboro,   Ont.,  May   21.���An   unusual case, and one which has caused!
wide comment was heard in the po-
| lice court today, In which a local uw~
| dertaker  is charged  with  unlawfully
y interfering with a dead body.
A young lad died recently, and the
undertaker, ut the direction of tbe attending physician, entered the grave,
after the people had left, cut the body
and took two tubes which had beea
left In the body by the doctor.
He was seen at work by two ladies.
The magistrate held that there was
no intention of committing an indignity, and dismissed the case.
LUST  FOR  WEALTH
,18 OVERWHELMING
New York, May 24.���Theodore
Roosevelt told 1000 clergymen yester
day afternoon that materialism and
paganism are a serious menace to the
welfare of the United States: that
men who blew up the buildings of
capitalists at the behest of labor leaders are murderers; and that, unless
something is done to remedy present
conditions, the results will be dire.
He Informed the ministers that tbey
ought to get to.ether, irrespective ed
creed, and see If they can't do sonxte-
thing about lt.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
��
WANTED ��� NOTICE TO YOUNG I
business men. A well lighted room
in a new modern house, suitable for :
two chums; breakfast if require 1. ���
Terms moderate. Open June 1. Ap-!
ply Rent Dept., Dominion Trust
block.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
EIGHTH AVENUE.
TWO LOT8 between Eighteenth and
Twentieth    streets,    facing    soutb,
$750 each, one third cash.
WANTED���CANVASSERS, EITHER
sex, for city; no experience necessary. Full Instructions, guaranteed
salary and commission. Pleasant,
profitable, light work. Apply Stair,
room 71. Windsor hotel.
BOARD AN DROOM FOR TOUNG
couple. Child net objected to. Batn
and telephone. Moderate terras.
711 Seventh avenue, city.
WANTED���AT ONCE MAN TO RUN
���lachine rock drill. Apply Gilley
Brothers.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close ln. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melin,
1016 Third avenue.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
FOR 8ALE.
J.OR SALE���600 CHOICE BUILD-
ing lots in New Westminster and
Burnaby. We will make special
terms and conditions to anyone
wishing to select lots for building
purposes, and arrange for grading
streets, etc. See our Westminster
Heights addition, corner Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light service,
etc. As soon as construction ou
the new car line begins this property will double in value Immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� 30,000 CABBAGE,
cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Kale
and Broccoli plants. Price $6.00 per
1000 f.o.b. Victoria. Apply F. Street,
Lake Hill, Victoria, B.C.
FOR SALE OR RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed cottage, three bedrooms, parlor, I
dining room, kitchen, bathroom and
pantry; hot and cold water, electric
- lights; furniture if desired. Possession by lst of June. Lot 68x80.
Apply Owner, 242 corner Second
street and Third avenue, one blocl:
from centre gate of Queens park.
��� r���
5*X>R SALE���FINE MAXWELL, TWO
passenger runabout automobile. Per-
,fect condition; just overhauled.
'Cash or traJe for pioperty. W. D.
Sweet, care I'.cid, Curtis it Dorgan.
FOR SALE���LOT., $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first divisional
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $fl a month, no
interest, no taxes, fiee deed in case
of death.    Call  at    706    Columbia
street.
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the now Burnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare. Will sell on Bma'.l cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Lelbly & Blumer Realty
Co., 1108 Dominion Trust. Bldg.,
Vancouver. Telephone 8365. Open
A ill 9 p. m.
TO  RENT.
FOU KKXT���GOO!) OFFICE IN THE
Market block; cheap rental. Apply
Rent Dept., Dominion Trust Co,
Ltd,
TO  RENT���FOUR  HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Apply over Hardman's
block, corner Eighth stieet and
Fifth avenue.
TENTH AVENUE
FIVE  LOTS  (one corner)    In    West
end.    $525 each, one-third cash.
WANTED��� FOR EXCHANGE, FIVE
acres ot choice land close to car
line, and within a few minutes j
- ride of New Westminster, will es-;
change for small house and lot lu
tbe city or Burnaby. Apply to Box
M., this office.
NINTH AVENUE���Fine large cleared
lot (66x160), below Moody Square,
$1800; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months.
SCOTT ROAD
TEN ACRES fronting on main road,
close to/Strawberry Hill post office
and store; two acres cleared, house,
barn. etc.. $4550;  terms.
I  SANDRINGHAM AVENUE
COMMODIOUS house ef seven rooms
oh exceptionally wide lot; in good
condition;   $3500;   only 1500    caah,
balance ih monthly payments.
Your   opportunity   now���A   client
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phons 832.     848 Columbia 8t.
"n it here since dn.
t X
CO.
70U WORK,
MflKEMIH HONEY
WORK TOO.
a. powmrifi .ow? mVicim
with us the. wiu, Bran
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finpMonc.i5R_TURn-
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AS QUICKLY 4 3 THEPMILS
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PEOPLE JUST (\S CAREFUL
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V0UCfll.BE,
.IRE WEU-PLEASED,
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our Business is
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PUlVIMFORMflTlor..
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SH0.IJ9.0UMVE.IIy.
PIISrlMGIrlL BUSINESS II.
vfli.GouvER~vi-ii.rr.,
REf.T5T0C0l.ECT,
.GREENENTSFORMLE"
MORTGfl&ES TO COH rlFTER
/.NDCOIA-EGT.
FIRE IMSlRrlflGE TOPMCE.
LETUS/1TTEM0T0IT.
WE ARE PLEflSinG
OTHERS WE WIIL BE SURE
TO PLEASE you.,
MtaMKIri
321 fiambie Street,
IpVancouver B.C.oJ
A POST CARD BRINGS
HEIPFORTHE KIDNEYS
GIN PILLS SENT FREE
We want all sufferers from Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, Lame Back and
Rheumatism, to test GIN PILLS, and
see for themselves that GIN PILLS will
really care all these troubles.
If your Kidneys are weak���if it pains
von to urinate���if your back aches���if
hands and feet are crippled with Rheu-
BMtiam���gi-e GIN PILLS a chance to
prvre that tbey will relieve you and
cute you. It won't coat you a cent. You
don't have to buy them. Simply write
us for a free sample.
"A short time ago, I received a free
saatple of GIN PILLS which I hav*
taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose 50c for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the things
for nas." Richard Hamlyh,
Fa_3tcH Rivxm.
GIN PILLS are so called because tbey
contain the medicinal principle of
Jnaiper berries, tbe essential principle of
Gia, but do not contain alcohol. 50a. a
box��� 6 for $1.50���at dealers, and
gvaraateed to give satisf action or money
refaaded. Sample box free if you writs
m. Hatioaai Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept B.C., Toronto. jj
Th* original
Clin Pills ma* by
National Drag and
Chemical Co. af
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only In this box.
ROYALISTS PROFIT BY
NEW WINE MEASURES
EXCLUSION OF VIGNERON8 OF
AUBE IN DELIMITATION ACT
8HOW8 INFLUENCE OF BIO
FIRMS IN CHAMPAGNE TRADE.
Telephone 617.    20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons, London, and Stelnway & Son, London.
New  Pianos Selected  for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up 16.200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARD6ON, Mgr.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:   Princess SL
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster T^ust  Building.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
hcatid, furniture all new. Telephone In house. Apply 37 Agnes
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
���Jot light housekeeping. Apply to A.
IL Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��1 ...00.000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throuirnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng
snd, New York, Oh'capo and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
| t.ers of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank D3p_rtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
\iid interest allowe 1 at 3 per cent, per
tnnum  (present rule).
Total   As .ets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
MFQK    RENT���GOOD    BOARD    AND
convenient location.   47 Column!*
r
JLOBT���BAY   HORSE  WITH  STRAP!
round neck.   John Wolf, Port Mann.
STRAYED FROM PACKING PLANT.
Sapperton, one red steer with white
spot on forehead, brand D6X on
right side. Reward for Information
tChvil will lead to its recovery. Notify
V. P, R. Co., P. O. Box 171, City.
COAL
M? New
Wellington
J08EPH MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 81., Foot of 8lxth.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Bu: neM Accounts opened
on favorable  terms. ::
Paris, May 24.���The fact'that the
vignerons of the Aube have been excluded from the province of Champagne for the purpose of the delimitation act shows that the Influence ot
the big Arms has been paramount in
drafting it. The Aube belongs as
certainly to Champagne as Midlothian does to Scotland. Its chief town,
once was the capital of the province.
But the wines of the Aube are not
need by the firms in question, lower-
priced champagnes being mads from
them.
It ls worth noticing that the big
champagne firms, for whose benefit I
tbe delimitation act was passed by!
the Briand administration, are almost;
without exception ln the hands of thej
enemies of the Republican regime.
"Veuve Cllquot" ls the property of'
the Duchess d'Uzes, who subscribed;
$600,000 to the Boulanglst fund.
The husband of the former Mile, de
Werle ls Vlcomte de   Mun, and   his!
manager ls the Marquis de Polignac.   |
The   Marquis   de   Montebello   was
French ambassador to St. Petersburg,
who looked down on  President Lou-
bet, and for having done so lost his
high situation.    The Aube  vignerons
seem to know nothing of this.   They
burn in effigy M. M. Monis and  Leon
Bourgeois, and let Briand alone.
To Test New Sheila.
Following the example of the American government the French navy department has deeded to make experiments to tost the destructive power
of a new melinite shell for the guns
I of the new battleships.
An old battleship, the Neptune, will
j be the target, and shells will be fired
I into her from guns on shore. These
I shells make enormous holes in heavy
j armor plates, but fall to burst when
i they strike lighter material.
The picture dealers now hire at
j great rents hanging room In private
i galleries of high repute for the pictures they hope to boom. The heavy
j rent Is but a trifle compared to what
' a boom sale brings.
Cheating in Pictures.
A competent Judge says that there
I is more cheating ln pictures than in
I race horses. He attributes this to the
; great number of millionaires now
I about who wan,tjto pass for being men
j of taste.
Tbey judge chiefly of the merits of
an ancient master by the "nail" on
which it bas hung or the price to
which something done by the same
hand has been worked up at sales.
Preparations for a sensation sale at
which the late M. Chauchard could be
"netted" sometimes went on for several years, it was in this way that Millet's "Angelus" was boomed up to tht
huge figure at which he bought lt.
Were there not piles of Millets
stored���for he was a prolific painter
���ln view to future sales and plantes
In well-known collections, there must
have been a slump in his works on
Chauchard's death.
Miser Hated World.
A miser named Anglade, who died
at Pau, carried part of his fortune
with him into the grave and bid the
balance, ln order to prevent anyone
else using the money. Throughout his
life Anglade's only ambition was
money. He virtually tsarved himself
in order to save and his only fear of
death was based on the regret that ho
could not take his possessions into
the next world.
He steadily refused to give his relatives any information about his possessions, and after his death his wife
made   a   systematic   search   of   the
house, with tbe result that gold ami
bank  notes  were  found   secreted   ln
out-of-the-way places.
i     She believed that this   represented
. all his wealth, but when a bank cleric
, presented  a  note  for  payment   of a
ioan promised by the miser, and said
tbat   Anglade  had   a  document   confirming  the   transaction,   the   widow
i decided that her husband must have
! taken the paper to the grave.     The
grave was opened in the presence of
the magistrate.
Packets of bank notes and bonds,
with a number of other documents including the one sought for, were
found under the shirt in which hu
was hurled and whicli had not been
removed.
Opportunity   was   taken   to   search
: a bamboo cane, which,   according   to
Anglade's   dying    wish,   was    buried
with  him.     Kach  section of the cane
I was found  to contain notes an I gold
wrapped in cotton-wool.
PRECAUTION     AGAINST     GERMS
.PORATED 1855
ASSET!)   $48,000,000
************** 1 ���* _^__^
NEW WflfeTViNSTER,
IRA   :h
615 CtMui. _i.i Street.
B. C
No Possible Typhoid "Carrier" at Pe-
tawawa Camp.
Ottawa, May .li.���Militia orders
this year aim at the m;m who conveys
typhoid around with him, though himself apparently well. They state that
"No officer, N. C, O., or men of the
militia, permanent or active, who has
suffered from typhoid fever within
twelve months will be allowed to nro-
ceed to Petawawa camp, unless It
has been satisfactorily proved that
he is not a 'carrier.' "
FIND  GOLD  RING
IN   HORSE'S   HOOF
Perth, Ont., May 24.���While removing the shoe from a horse, Jacob Jul- j
linger, Lanark, found a gold ring en-j
| circled about the calk of it. It is pre-
[.Buttled the horse stepped on it on the
'road   shortly   before   going   to   the'
blacksmith shop as the ring was not',|
Injured ln any way.
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1811.     "*
The Ideal
Summer
Resort
Is the place that embraces all the pleasures
and advantages of the seaside and country
combined with accessibility to and from the
large cities. All these features are to be
found at
White
Rock
Ideal bathing beach, 5-mile stretch of pure
sand.
Abundance of, pure spring, water, boating,
fishing, driving, etc.
Five trains daily, each way to and from
Vancouver and New Westminster. Railway fare 85c and return.
Daily mail service, store, etc.
PRICE OF LOTS
$200 each and up; terms $50
cash and $50 every 6 months.
TEN DOLLARS
To those wishing to put up a summer cottage for this year's use, we are prepared to
make a special offer. We will sell you a lot
at the regular price but will only ask you to
pay down $10 to cover expenses. You can
put your spare money into building and
need not pay us a cent more until the fall,
and then only the regular $50 payment.
We will do more than that; we will tell you
how to build a two or three room cottage
for from $100 to $150. This special offer is
however only good for this month so
Visit White Rock on the
24th and select your Site
For Fuller Information
See the Townsite Agents
White, Shiles
&Co.
628 and 724 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
_T,
I THURSDAY, MAY 25, H11.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRHB
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WHITE ROCK
Latest and Best
SEASIDE   SUBDIVISION
���#���
An absolutely charming summer resort
possessing all the advantages and none
of the dra\#baekscommonly encountered
No need to toil along a dusty road.
No need to climb up and down a hill.
This beautiful bit of alderbottom, and with gentle rise
in the rear, is only two hundred yards from the railway station at which all trains over the G. N. R. stop.
The natural beauty has been preserved; only the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
All lots one-fifth acre, with frontages on 66-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
What is a few kunarcd dollars if you get what you want
and here is the very chance you have been
waiting for.
APPLY TO
E. A. GREAME or J. H. VIDAL
Phone 653 Phone 369
OR
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Phone 106
i__'...'_..V.T:__r___L__
MARKED WEIGHTS
ARE NOT RELIABLE
COMPLAINT8 FROM BRITAIN ON
PACKING OF CHEESE FROM
CANADA ��� PROPER BRANDS
AND MARKS ARE LACKING.
Ottawa, May 24.���Criticism of methods of Canadian cheese packing la
contained ln tn* weekly report of tbe
Trade and Commerce Department ln
tb* form of a latter from Cargo Inspector I Findlay. of   Glasgow:      He
"This Is sUll a depressing features
of tha Canadian cheese trade, in respect that tbe accuracy ef marked
weights cannot be relied on, and Importers find lt essential to test thoroughly tbe weights of each shipment
fer shortage, particularly during tbe
summer months. It is a eerioua -setter to importera who hafe contracted
to take a factory's output to find the
ebeese arrive showing from one-half
to two and three pounds short weight
/er box, not to speak of odd boxes
turning up flve to ten pounds lighter
than the marked weight, which,
viewed ln the most favorable light,
can only be considered grots carelessness.
"Tbe condition of tbe boxes Is another matter requiring attention, es,
wltb the exception of a limited number of brands, there is great room for
improvement. This year the percentage of tied and broken boxes during
the Montreal season showed an increase, while the condition of arrivals via United States ports was materially worse.
The branding of cheese boxes still
displays carelessness, and boxes continue to arrive lacking shipping
brand, factory or weight marks, the
penciling. Instead of the stenciling of
weights, is still largely persisted ln.
���_*��=-_*_____
NA-DR.-c^sPEPSi-^BLETS
relieve and owe ladifo-_��a���acidity el the stomach���bUleusoeat���flaiukmee
cty_p_p_>a.   Thay re-lsferoe the stomach by supplying Ihe active prtodpUa
I (sr Sm dtgastea of all kinds of (ood.   Try ene after each meal.
Ste. a hex.   If jreer draggiat has aet slocked them yet, send ue SOe.
I we wis mail yea a hea. 33
*_=
All the May Day Needs
Can be Well Supplied
AT
Ih* WHITE HOUSE
A. J. Birtch, 617 Columbia Street
������
I
WILL BRING WITNESSES
FROM THE OLD LAND
Bonfires and Watery Graves at Eequi
malt Believed tto Hide Traces
of Naval Thefts.
Why Not Dine at
the "Royal" ?
MUSIC TONIGHT FROM 6 TO 8 AND FROM 9 TO 11.
Try those delicious
STRAWBERRIES
AND CREAM
Victoria, May 22.���That the arrests
made in connection with the alleged
thefts of  stores  from the  admiralty
yard at Esquimalt portend a thorough
Investigation of affairs there,   regard
lng whicli  it Is rumored that thefts
have been  committed systematically,
an.l unsystematlcally, for many years,
is   substantiated   by   the  report   that
men who are believed to have an lm
portant  knowledge of the system  by
which stores were abstracted are be
ing brought from Kngland to give evidence for the prosecution.
There are eight men who have been
sent for. Cablegrams have been going
back and forth between Esquimalt
and London for some days and the
witnesses wanted are now on the way
to Victoria. They are men who wer.
formerly stationed here In the lm |
perial service, and whose evidence is
reported to extend over several years'
operations on the part of men who
are alleged to have stolen stores
from the navy yard and afterwards
sold them to "fences" and others on
the outside.
Just how far, if at all, the evidence
of the eight witnesses will affect the
men who are now on bail charged
with having stolen goods in their possession, it is impossible to say. The
accused, of course, may have a perfect defence to the accusations made
against them when the time comes.
The evidence of the eight witnesses
will deal principally with the fact
that navy yard stores have been svs-
tematically stolen from the navy yard
and sold on the outside.
Throughout Esquimalt the fact that
there were to be arrests has been
common talk for some days, and it Is
said tbat the rumors were immediately followed by bonfire and marine funeral parties, there being an evident
desire in Esquimalt to have no traces
of suspicious goo :1s about in the
event of any party with a search warrant putting ln a sudden appearance.
The police, acting under Instructions from the Imperial authorities,
are pursuing inquiries Into many
Esquimalt nooks, biding places,
watery graves and ashes of bonfires
in the search for skeletons of crime.
The most sanitary place, and beautiful
surroundings in the city.
ROYAL CAFE
Dominion Trust Block, New Westminster
MOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAV.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
For   Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.!
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER \
Gardiner, Mercer ft Gardiner,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  6(1. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
I, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Clear store. Offlce phone
L 508, Residence pbone 601.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H to 26 JL P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agknta
Westminster iron Works
Phone '_____________
Tenth  SL,  Nsw ffVestmlnstet.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Qenl. Mgr.      Vice-President.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN.
Sec. and Trees.
SMALL-BUCKUN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers nnd  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
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THURSDAY,  MAY 25, 1911.
THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.
There has been* mtrrh discussion
recently as to how the family affairs
of John Hull can best be manage:!
without friction, und also as to the
way in wliich the'-occasional family
gathering should be conducted, to say
nothing about the family correspond
ence in the Intervals.
Some 300 members of the British
inrliament have signed this memorial
to the prime minister, who met tliem
and discussed it:
"We, the undersigned members of
parliament, representing different
political parties, are of thc opinion
that the time has arrived to take
practical steps to associate the Over
_��:a_ Dominions ln a more permanent
manner with the conduct of Imperial
affaire, if possible, by means of an
established representative council ot
sn advisory character, in touch with
public opinion throughout the Empire."
"The object of the small committee," says Mr. J. Norton Griffiths,
M. I'., "which had promote! the
memoiial, was, lf possible, to place
the question of Imperial unity outside the zone of party politics by tho
creation of an advisory council. They \
wished also to strengthen the prime
minister's bunds at the Imperial Con- j
ference when this question war, raised
by New Zealand. If the prime minister gave a dcllnlte lead ln this matter, they felt sure he would be astonished at the enthusiasm which his
action would evoke In all parts of tho
Empire, as well as ln the mother
country."
To this tho prime minister replied
that "he would have pleasure in bring-1
fnjr the memorial bo/ore tbe Imperial I
Conference on  the occasion  of    thel
ctlscnssion to be raised  by New Zea-i
land on  their resolution  ln  favor ofj
an  Imperial    advisory    council,    andj
promise I   to   make   the   conference
fully acquainted with the significance!
of the signatures.   Nothing of a prac-l
t-ical nature could he    done    In    tho!
���direction  suggested  in  the memorial
without   the  fullest  concurrence  and,
consent of    the    Oversea    Dominions
themselves." I
The whole subject of Imperial reorganization will be discussed at an I
���early stage of the conference's proceedings; for the New Zealand gov-
ernmen'. has given notice of a resolution, to which priority will be accorded, to t e effect that
"Here should be an Imperial conn-
<eil of Btate, with representatives from
���all the constit lent parts of the Era-
rpiro, whether self-governing or no'.,
in theory and in fact advisory to the
Imperial government and all questions
affecting the Interests of His Majesty _
dominions oversea."
Hll Joseph Ward, New Zealand
prime minister, who will move this
reso).tion says thut "he noticed an
impression was created in some
-quarters tbat bis suggestions might ln
���BOM way weaken local autonomy in
the rations parts of the Empire. He
was stronglj opposed to the lessening of tbe local powers of any portion
uf the Km; lie. Indeed, he was a firm
believer in the' absolute necessity for
preserving local autonomy and increasing, rather than diminishing, tho
pvweis i*l the various countries under
It
"In giving expression to his views
jijon the question of strengthening
ine defensive position of the British
Empire," Sir Joseph continued, "he
vas nol In any way oblivious to tho
extraordinary protection all tho
Overseas ��� Dominions had received
through the British taxpayer in the
maintenance of sy powerful a navy
in the years gone by, and also at the
present moment. At the same time,
, 4jc did not shut his eyes to the faC!
thnt the marvellous growth and yearly increasing national value of the
various portions of the Hritish Empire
called for a review of the whole system of control and organization with
the object of Improving and strengthening it beyond the positions at which
it stood now.
"In New Zealand," lie continued,
""we flgurately look across the Pacific
and we see vast ia^glfeBts developing
there that r����r-i.tniutuftl protection
*o fjer-.BWBritish interests are con-
' -__rned.    It ls difficult at present    to
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Empire, as unquestionably the years
to come will prove that tliose interests
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call for a great deal  more attention
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'   "In "h't'ttft* concluded Sir Joseph, "I
may say that New Zealand stands for
the old Sag,' a white country, an invincible Imperial  navy, with an  adequate  share  of  responsibility,  extension of trade within the Empire, and
representation on an imperial council."
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AN     ARBITRATION     TREATY     BETWEEN    FRANCE   AND   THE
UNITED   STATES.
__ce
how this Is to be effectively and
(The Eagle, Iirooklyn.)
The suggestion of an arbitration
treaty between France and the United
States seems to have engaged the
serious attention of President Taft
and Ambassador JuBserand. Nothing, however, will he done ahout such
a treaty until it shall be determined
whether an arbitration agreement can
be satisfactorily arranged with the
government of Great Britain.
A treaty hetween the l'nited States
and Great Britain providing tor the
submission of disputes to arbitration
lias heen warmly in lorsed in both
countries. If it were left to tlie administration at Washington to apply
the arbitration principle as Mr. Taft
and Sir Edward Grey both suggest
tliere would he no doubt whatevet
tbat a treaty would be in force w thin
the next three months. The Britisli
government may negotiate such a
treaty without consulting parliament.
though parliament reserve's the right
to punish the government for making
objectionable agreements with other
nations by throwing it out. of office
on a vote of (ensure, ii is certain,
however, that parliament would
warmly approve of an arbitration
treaty should the British government
undertake to frame one with the government of the United Stales. With
both governments agreed on the desirability of arbitration the only sticking point may he the reluctance of
the senate to surrender, under a blanket agreement designed to cover all
future disputes, Its light to ratify tin;
separate treaties that, would be necessary to effect arbitration if no bian! et
agreement were in existence. The
senate always has been Jealous of any
policy that seemed in any way to modify or lestrict the absolute power over
treaties vested ln it by the constitution.
Tbe reason for objection by the
senate to a British-American agreement would apply with equal force to
a Eranco-Amertcan compact. Also,
many of the reasons that obviously
urge the adoption of a treaty between
the United States and England mav
be employed with e<)ual effect in advocating a treaty with France. If
there be to us less practical value lu
a Franco-American treaty than in a
treaty with Great Britaiin, which bas
large colonial Interests In this hemisphere, there are powerful sentimental reasons why we should enter upon
close relations with France. A
Franco-American treaty would be a
most desirable stimulus to thn cause
r.f universal arbitration. Such a
treaty should be negotiated a. soon
as: convenient, hut while the treaty
with Great Bi itain ie still in the stage
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTVTB.
VANCOUVER BOYS VIN
All AM THE LII
Beliingham Athletic Club Representatives Fail to Secure Single Win
Against V. A. C. Huskies. J
Chester Mclntyre made no mistake
about the team he selected to meet
the amateurs from the Belliiighain A.
C. at Vancouver yesterday evening.
Tlie athletes from the Terminal City
scooped the pool, both ln the wrest-
llnK mil boxing events. Only In one
bout was the win scored by tho
knockout route, that being ln tbe
13E pound class, when YV. Griffin sent
Jack .lobanson. from the llclllti .ham
organization, to temporary slumber-
land in 45 seconds.
Wrestling���
1_- pounds ��� J. Smith (V.) beat
J.iiiidcii'ii  (H.).
13_ pounds���F. Smith (V.) beat
Kemp (B.),
Boxing���
106 pounds���H. Smith (V.J beat
Plaster  (li.)  on  points.
186 poundB���Clements (V.) beat
Uroston (B.) on points.
135 pounds���Grlffen (V.) knocked
out Jnhnanson  (II.) In one round.
155 pounds���Weeks (V.) beat Yordy
<H.) on points.
_ti5 pounds���Martljj (V.) beat
Plaster  (H.)  on  points.
Salmons Easily
Win First Game
(Continued from Page One.)
Godfrey G. Rennle
Matheson T. Rennle
Centre.
West . ...C. Spring
Home.,
Fitzgerald   W. Turnbull
Phelan Wlntemuto
Carter Feeney
Lalonde L. Turnbull
Allen and Adamson G. Bprlng
Cliff Spring acted between the uprights ln the third and last half of
the fourth quarter, W. Turnbull relieving his team mate In the first half
of the latter. >
Penalties.
First quarter���I,. Turnbull, Westminster, E minutes; C. Spring Westminster, 9 minutes; Pickering, Vancouver, 5 minutes; T. Gifford, Westminster, 20 minutes.
Third quarter���Gray, remainder of
game (40 minutes); Phelan, Vancouver, 5 minutes.
Fourth quarter���West, Vancouver,
5 minutes.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Wednesday, May 24.
At Vancouver���
Morning���Vancouver 2, Spokane 4.
Afternoon���Vancouver 0, Spokane 2.
At Victoria���Portland 7. Victoria 0.
At Seattle���Tacoma 4, Seattle 0.
Yesterday's Eastern Lacrosse.
At Montreal���Montreal 18, Ottawa 3.
Lauder Licks Lombard.
Cranbrook, May 24.���Tonight Billy
Lauder, champion of Canada, defeated
Harry Lombard on points ln an easy
manner, and after having matters all
his own way In a ten round bout.
committed on Hones Allen were examined. There was a scene of wild
disorder, but the carting off of the
Vancouver man, the introduction of
Adamson and the resumptiop of play,
wns the means whereby the Incident
closed for the time being.
Gordon Spring made three attempts
In half a minute to net the ball, but
Bun Clarke cleared and a Junior
Donnybrook was raging In centre field
when the gong rang for a cessation
of play.
The apparent want of combination
was early seen when Lalonde. Fitzgerald and Carter weaved down on
the game being resumed, but their
passing was, compared to that of the
champions, palpably weak. Gordon
Spring had a full Held run for nothing,
as Clarke fought almost savagely for
and obtained possession.
Pickering missed the net by Inches,
leiuing bis position when lie fanced
lie saw an opening.
Wintemute to Turnbull to Feeney
was a bit of treble play which was
repeated just when and where this
lot seemed to wish. Play In this
quarter was fast an 1 always exciting.
Len Turnbull deserved the name
"Jumper" tagged to hls own by a
spectator on the bleachers. Len tried
to pull cloud soaring spheres from
"way up and twice he brought off this
kind of stunt. Sandy Gray was called
upon to save one of the hardest shots
which came his way during the whole
match ancl for a time lt looked that
Vancouver would even up, but this
was not to be and Sandy deserved all
that .was coming to him for his brilliancy. I.alonde made three attempts
to acore from short distance, but despite the fact that twice he had Gray
wedged closely against the upright,
the goalie was the top dog and saved
his charge.
George Rennle came out of his shell
and in the closing minute of the
quarter the old war horse chased up
mid Held in his ungainly but speediest
manner showing that their is still a
mas'; of reserve lying dormant in this
great defence player.
I.alonde did not appear when the
teams had changed ends for the third
Quarter and the press was officially
informed that Newsy had been removed to St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver, suffering from concussion.
Play immediately went to Westmin- J
stei's end. where in a scrimmage
Sandy Gray used his stick with such
force when his goal stood a possible
chance of falling that Barr sent him
out of the game for keeps. |
Phelan went to keep Gray company
for flve minutes, hls cross-checking
belliu anything but pleasant for the
recipient of his visitation.
The elder Spring went between the
uprights vice Gray and then gave
���way for Will Turnbull, who swept
aside all the balls whicli came within
his reach. Before the quarter concluded, Spring again took up his position hetween tlie sticks nnd kept this
ui> until the game finished.
The closing portions of the match
can be told in a few sentences. Westminster, while rarely giving a chance,
certainly did not exert themselves and
this was plainly evident when they
ragged in front of the goal and seemed content to perfect their passing in
view of the season's other engagements
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' (Continued from Page One.)
department of agriculture estimate
only 32,000 feet from a growth of
thirty years.
Option on Property.
The complaints also allege that instead of owning the land Indicated
syndicate merely had a ten-year option on the property and that only
$1000 had been paid on a purchase
price of $21,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Larsen. whs are plaintiffs in one suit, allege that they turned over to the syndicate Jl250 from
the sale of their home In Alameda
and received stock In return and the
promise of heing given a home and
work in the new coldny. Mrs. Larsen
was to be the cook and her husband a
caretaker, and ln return for their services they wore to receive a Iditionnl
shares.
Mrs. Morris took 2000 shares of the
1 stock,    paying   down    $274.      It    t_
' charged  that many others  have
come victims of the scheme.
ture, and, In particular, to throw all
the buildings of Venice into the lagoon, are "manifesting" again. Signor F. T. Marinette, their leader. Issues a fresh declaration, addressed
this time to dramatists. His main
principles for the writing of plays
I are "contempt for audiences and
loathing for success." All drama must
be modern. Modern drama, which is
thus explained by our high-strung
I contemporary, viz., "Life with Its
| Bpeed on earth, on water, and In the
air, dominate by steam and electricity."
Furthermore, "dramatic art must
not attempt photographic psychology,
but an intoxicating synthesis of Ufe in
Its significant and typical developments." He urges upon authors of
"intoxicating syntheses," that they
must not expect to get rich, and denounces tW< idea of getting rich as
the obsession which preys upon modern dramatists. Finally, Signor Mar-
inettl Inveighs against the monstrous
habit of clapping and cheering in theatres. "We mean," he ad.ls, "to teach
authors nnd actors the voluptuousness of being hissed." This particular ecstatic Joy he has himself often
tasted with delight. "I have the great
satisfaction of knowing that my genius, freciuently booed and hissed by
the audiences of France and Italy,
runs no risk of ever being burled beneath dull and heavy plaudits."
This personal touch appears to be
the most really philosophical part of
the Futurist philosophy.
HAKES QUEER BOAT
TO RIDE ON TOE AIR
aaaa
Wisconsin Man Designed Craft Which
He Thinks Wilt Prove to Be
a Wonder.
La Crosse, Wis., May 24���Sam La
Chapelle, of this city, has believed
ever since he was a boy that a boat
could be built to make more than
flfty miles an hour without using the
tremendous power which is now being used in racing boats in Europe.
La Chapelle has heen experimenting
and travelling for several years, accumulating Ideas In boat building, and
he has now nearly completed in the
little shop of Henry La Chapelle, his
brother, a queer thirty-foot racing
boat with which he expects to win all
the money in hts class In the western
power boat races this season. The
new boat will be entered at Dubuqu _
July 4, 5 and .; at Peoria July 25 and
26 and probably at Duluth July 17 to
22.
Although this boat will look ns
more freakish than the everyday
pleasure craft, she is one of the moat
peculiar ever entered ln the western
races.
A  Freak Air Boat.
Holding that displacement, friction
and suction at the stern are the chief
speed retarders encountered by a racing boat, La Chapelle started in to
build a craft In which each of these
factors was minimised.
To overcome displacement La Chapelle haB designed a boat thirty feet
long, with six foot beam, which will
weigh less than 500 pounds. The extreme beam is at the extreme stern.
The bottom is flat, and upon lt will
be placed fifteen aluminium planes,
two feet apart. Unlike ordinary
planes, these will be thin plates of
hollow metal, between the metal
sheets, and the hull, Instead of being
solid, as ln the case of ordinary hydroplanes. Connected with each of
these hollow planes two air pipes or
siphons will run upward between the
hull and lining. There will he ninety
siphons on the boat. When standing
still the water will back up through
the hollow places and up the siphon
pipes to the  water level.
La Chapelle's theory is that when
the boat starts this water wlll be siphoned back and will start the air
through and under the boat. He contends that the present construction
of planes forms a suction at the step,
whereas his Idea will siphon air in
where this suction usually exists,
and that each plane, beginning with
the first at the bow, furnishing Its
contributions of air, wlll provide slippage for each succeeding plane until,
when running at full speed, tbe boat
should be running practically on air.
thus almost entirely e'.iminating friction.
By means of siphoned air, combined with extreme beam, he expects to
eliminate the third Impediment en
tlrely, suction at the stern. He de
clares the design of his boat Is sucn
that when, under speed, she raises
her nose several inches, the stern wil'.
not drag, as is the case when the
hinge point is amidships.
be-
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PERPETUAL STRIFE
I'aris, May 24.���Corsica, the birthplace of Napoleon, is apt to give trouble before long, if the Flench government be not careful. No doubt tlie inhabitants of that island are jealous
and vindictive and make excellent
bandits, still, Corsica is not a French
colony, but a French department. Hy
the constitution, a Corslcan is a
Frenchman as much as a Parisian is a
Frenchman. Unfortunately, the republic has always kept at arm's
length the island that gloried in having produced Napoleon Bonaparte. j
During the empire the sons of Cor-1
slca were in favor. Under the vepub-'
lie they are enemies and outcasts,
Hence, although the soil is rich an.l
there should he enough for every man,
woman and chihl, dreadful misery ex-'
ists and the cry now Is of famine. M.
Clemenceau once offered Corsica to
anyone who could take it. That was
his bluff, for Italy would accept tho
gift without hesitation. The Republican government must devise some
means to check the revolt, for already
there are too many signs of a general
crumbling to pieces In France, which,
If not dealt with In lime, will bring
ahout 11 tremendous smAsh.
What M. Paul Adam Says.
Among the patriots' who are warning the government against   continuing a radical anticlerical policy none
ls better known for his patriotism an 1
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Howard was a two minute hero for  statesmanlike dualities than  M. Paul
his excellent play, while Carter shone
for Vancouver. West brass checkel
himself for live minutes in the last
quartet  for  interference.
A number of minor Incidents marked  the  closing  stages of the match
Adam. Although he is a man of very
advanced political views, M. Adams ln
an article Just published in La Revue
Hebdomadalre, claims that France
has lost immeasurably because of her
anti-clerical policy.    Instead of build-
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln AU Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, INTERIOR FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES LARGE STOCK PLAIN ANO
FANCY GLA88.
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Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone  12
New Westminster
Box  13/
but no further scoring took place and  lng up the nation, her energies have
the initial engagement of the lfltl
season closed In a 1-0 victory for the
Champions,
The TeanTs.
Vancouver. Westminster.
Goal.
Clarke Gray
Point.
Griffith   T
Coverpoint.
been devoted to waning against the
priests. And the result is loss ln
every way, not merely less in character and virility, but absolute material
loss. It Is notorious that the $200,-
000,000 expected as the resu't o" winding up the estates of the religious societies dwindled to as many thi'i-
Glfford sands, thanks to Duez and those who
assisted him in his "liquidation.
Pickering      Howard     The Futurists, who, In the name of
Defence. a new and virile   art, want   to   pull
Ion   J. Gilford down   every  statue,  burn   every  pic-
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River it is a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
ieea_j^aunc
The Schaake Machine Works,
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,   HI 17.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623
ON MORTGAGES
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AgreementsgfSale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.   x
28 Lorne Street New Westmiiuter
City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
W.  H.  KEARY,   Thoim.��on Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone 6. 520 Columbia street
MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor I
No. 20. Keary Street. Sapperton, seven roomed modern house on
lot 66xl3j>. Price $2100.00. |300.00 cash and balance on
easy terms.
No. 35. Edinburgh Street, new seven roomed modern house, lot
50x13.. Price $3800.00. $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 fine lots on Toronto Street, at $600 each; good terms.
No. 61. Two lots on Seventh Avenue, near Moody Squ.'.re, $1000.00
each;  good terms.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW WESTMINSTER  AND SUBURBAN SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
Specials
For Sale
LOTS ON FOURTH ST., BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH
AVENUES $1100.00. $350.00 CASH. BALANCE 6, 12 AND 18
MONTHS.
SPLENDID LOT ON HAMILTON STREET. $950.00. $350.03
CASH.    BALANCE 6 AND  18 MONTHS.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone  929.
Room 16, Collister Block.
A New Scow for Sale
18 x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
( THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911.
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CAPITAL, $1,000,000
AU Shares Fully Paid.   Par Value $1.00 Each
Officers:
LOUIS D. TAYLOR, PRE8IDENT, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.
J.   H.   CARLI8LE,   VICE-PRES.,   CHIEF OF FIRE  DEPT., CITY OF VANCOUVER, B. C.
E. C. TRAVES, 2ND VICE-PRES., MRG. P. BURN8 dl CO., LTD., NEW   WESTMINSTER.
In the PLUMB CENTRE of the PROVEN OIL BASIN and surrounded by Producing Wells.
The C. P. R. have' stated publicly that all their engines will use oil for fuel. Their boats are already doing* so. Within five years every engine on every railroad and every steamer throughout the
world will be running on oil fuel.   This is an acknowledged fact.
Last year's consumption of oil was 340,600,000 BARRELS.   In 1915 you will have to multiply this 100 times.
The big oil corporations, Standard, Imperial, American Petroleum, Reed Crude, United Petroleum,
Union Cil, etc., etc., have all made their fortunes out of oil selling at from 40c. to 52. per barrel.
The Alaska Oil Fields' (Limited) Oil is worth $2.00 to $3.00 per barrel.
200,000 Shares are being offered at 25c. per share of $1.00 each fully paid to enable this property to be quickly developed.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE to come in right now at the start and make your fortune quick. These
shares will be worth a dollar each inside of a few months.
Make your application at ONCE to the selling agents, The
National Stock and Bond Corporation, Ltd.
Telephone 21 78.
60S Dominion Trust Building,
Vancouver, B. C.
These offices wi!( be kept open on Saturday afternoons till 5 o'clock, and every evening from 7 till 9 o'clock.
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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
m* I ""   FAOl BBVBf.    1
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
���on, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast aide
of the south end of Read Island and
at tbe northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
tbence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tbence south 40 chains, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west ot
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortot
Island, thence north 80 ehains, thence
east 80 chains, thenco south 69
chains to salt water, thenco following
shore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Core
Indian reserve, thenco west 29 cbalns
to point of commencement, containing 489 acres more Or loss.
JAMES WALKER.
Bert Warren, Agent.
I   Dated April ��th, 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 purchaae tho following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at tho southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    thenco    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chaina, thenoe
west    80   cbalns, tbenco   soutb    40
cbalns to point   of   commoncement,
containing 320 acres moro or less.
EMMA DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April l.th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of Now Westminster, B. C.���Take notice tbat Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tbo 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) chains south-westerly from
tho northerly ond of tho aald Oreen
lake, thenco west 40 cbalns, thence
soutb 40 cbalns, thence oast 40 chains
moro or iess to tbe shore of Oreen
lake, tbence northerly following tbe
���horo of Oren lake to tbo point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acrea more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomaa Greer, Agent.
Dated April 22, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT��� District of Now Westminster, B. C.���Take notice tbat I, Clara
O. Oould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, Intends to a_-
ply for permission to purchase tbo
following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on
tho oast bank of tbo Cheakamous .Ivor, about two chaina north of tho
���south of Marble Crook, and about
���iaoty cbalns north of tbo north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
Weat Post; thence south eighty chains
���Jobs Cheakamous river; thence oaat
forty chains, thenco north eighty
obaini, thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
329 acres moro or loss.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer, Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
��������������������� ���
Take notice that an application baa
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner ln Fee Simple, under a Tax Sate Deed from Edward
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, In
Edwin John Hond, bearing date tbe
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
described lunds: Commencing at a! tract of iand and premi8e(9 situate, ly
poBt planted 10 chains nortb of thejlng and ^(ng jn the District of New
southeast corner of lot 111, thence Westminster, In the Province of Brl.
��ast (i0 chains, thence south 60 chains,! l8n Columbia, mor�� particular^
thence west 60 chains, tbence north ] jtnown and described as Lot 59, sub-
SAGETEAWILLDOIT
Dandruff, Itching Scalp and
Falling Hair Quickly
Stopped.
There I. one place where baldbeaded
men Milne, nnd Ihnt iu ia the front row
wntu of the tlic.tr.. If these bnld-
hc.dcd people bad n. ed Wyeth's Sago
and Sulphur Ilnir Remedy in their
earlier day. tbey would not be so cou-
KpicnouK now. Thi. preparation does not
plant new hair, bnt It does strengthen
weak, dying hair, and not onlv brighten*
dull, parched hair, but gradually restore*
the color to faded or gray hair. It Is s
rlean, whole, oma hnir dressing, which
can be ns<d dolly with perfect safety.
Wyeth's Rags snd Sulphur Is sold
under gn#antee tbat tha money will bs
refunded If it fails to do exactly as represented.
This preparation Is offered to the
public nt fifty cents a bottle, and If
recommended and sold by sli druggist*.
ALL DRUGGISTS
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.tvato Hospital.
223 Townsend ft. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Torma from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tola
phono 756.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice tbat I, George
Osh.rn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
Commencing at
.0 chains, containing 360 acres
GEORGE OSBOltN,
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 tbe following
described  lands:     Commencing  at   .
PLAN MEMORIAL FOR
LOSI POLICE PATROL
DUNES PLAN WAR
UPON THE MORMONS
FITTING TRIBUTE TO BRAVE IN
8PECTOR AND HIS COMRADES
MAY BE ERECTED IN ED
MONTON.
Edmonton, May 24.���Though it bas
not been advertised, it Is none the
less a fact that a movement la on foot
ln Edmonton to raise a fund for the
purpose of erecting a memorial to In
spoctor Fitzgerald and bis men. Tbat
aucb a memorial should be raised lu
Kdmonton ls only a natural thing.
For years tbo lata Inspector was in
charge of tho Edmonton and neighboring detachments, and there as
evorywhera ho made himself beloved
by all wbo bad any dealing with blm.
Edmonton also la tbe Jumping off
place for tho men wbo go.In or come
out of tbe country to which "Frits"
gave his life and in which ho has
spent so much of his life during tbe
past eight years.
Of all the Mounted Police forces of
the Jiritlsh Empire, few havo had tho
Missionaries' Activity Arouses Public
Cry That They Be Expelled From
Scandinavia.
Copenhagen, May 22���Tbe antl
Mormon outcry has roused an echo in
Scandinavia, where hitherto the missionaries from Utah have done much
as they pleased. Now tbe govern
ment ls urged to prohibit their activities and public meetings are bold up
and down the country to denounce the
methods of the traveling elders ln
persuading Danish girls to emigrate
to Salt Lake City.
Several resolutions have been sent
to the premier calling on the government to empower the local police to
expel any   Mormon   advocate   found
spreading  bia doctrines   among   the
people.
The missionaries are certainly very
active. Their main centers are in
Copenhagen, Aarhus and Aaalborg
for Denmark, Christlanla and Dron-
thelm for Norway.   No leas than 118
division of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through . r
under you and all persons claiming
any interest ln the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest |
in tbe said land by descent, whose!
title ls not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-flve
days from the date of the service of
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paper hangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 8ixth Street. Phono 567.
NEW WE8TMINSTER B.C.
nTt-e^alto^ -�� �� -or*. ��- -��*������
lice of Canada, and none
bave  sue-
ceeded ln doing tbeir   work with   aj
greater degree of efficiency.
In tbe early days tbey were the
pioneers of the present settler In
these great prairies tbat aro fast be-
coming the greatest farming country
that the world has seen. On that occasion, ln 1885, when trouble arose
with the misguiding Indians, the police
did their duty and obeyed their orders
with an exactitude that was largely
responsible for the rapidity with
which that same trouble was subdued.    Later  they  carried  out  their
February tbey distributed 1828 Mormon bibles and 82,002 catechisms,
held 3086 evangelistic conferences,
609 public meetings and paid 38,567
house to bouse calls. Out of all that
effort they appear to bave drawn
twenty-six converts.
in a conference between a deputation of churchmen tbe home secretary
and the minister for public worship,
it was declared that the chief Mormon elder, Andrew Jenson, had publicly stated in Aahrus and elsewhere
that be had two wives. Tbe deputation urged that he should be expelled.
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 ft Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, the
16th June, for tbe construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and specifications may bo
seen and full Information obtained at
tbo office of the District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, tbo Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson. B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by tho Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cont of the amount of tbe tender, payable to tho order of the Honourable
tho Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will bo forfeited lf the
party tendering decline to enter Into
a contract or fall to complete it in accordance with tbo tender.
Tho Department does not bind Itself to accept tho lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
' '""" Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia   and Defense
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers will not   be paid   ft
they Insert this   advertisement without authority from the Department).
more peaceable duties until the open-  f��r bta. br.gamy 7" ��ontrar5r t0 tne
i.- -r ,.��� v .��� ���_"_"__. _ueo_.  laws of Denmark.     The government
has promised   a searching investlga-
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 4U884, thence west 40 chains j %�������� ^pOTTOn, tt- UldefauU 0
thenre north 20 chains, thence^west. a ca__at Q_ cerUncate of Ijg penden,
being flled within such period, or   lu
40 cliains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, thence soutli
40 chains, tbence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   ICth,   1911.
default of redemption before reglstr.i
tion, you and each of you will be for ,_    ,,    .     , ..
ever estopped ani debarred from set- i duP"cate of *��� 8ald 'fIUfl���ate;lunler
LAND  REGI8TRY ACT.
Ro the east half of suburban lot 55,
block 5 (except the roadway), lu
the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 3352A, issued
ln the name of Mary E. Williams, has
been flled ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I sha'.l,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
lng of the Yukon ln the gold rush of
the later nineties. At that time they
proved themselves capable of handling In a most able manner, a crowd
of those men who are always to be
found in gold camps, with the result
that the Yukon earned the name or
the best policed gold flelds in the
world.
War in South Africa.
At the time of the
tlon.
CONGENIAL.
f*iJ__f_ft
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SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tbe undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m.,
on Monday, June 12, 1911, for tbe construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified tbat
tenders wlll not be considered unless
COAST LAND  DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take   notice   that   I,   Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married  woman, intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing  at  a;
post planted at the northeast corner;
of  lot  380,  thence  west  80    chains,,
thence north  80  chains, thence east I
' 40   cliains,   tlience   south   40   chains,
thence cast 40 chains, thence south j
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April ICth, 1911. 	
ting up any claim to or in respect of
tbe said land, and I shali register Edwin John Hond as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published ln New
'������ Westminster will be good and suf-
I flclent service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
! New   Westminster,   Province of   British   Columbia, this   8th day of May,
A. D. 1911.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua Davles  Estate.
in   the  meantime  valid  objection   be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   Ne#   Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,
Aged Spiritualist   at Walkerville   Becomes* a Bride for Fourth Tlmo,
J    Windsor, Ont., May   22.���Mrs. Lyda
, Cross, 82, living in Walkerville, was made on the printed forms supplied,
Soutb African' married yesterday to ber boarder, I and signed with their actual signa-
war, many of the men served in the Thomas D. Nichols, 60, by a Detroit: tures, stating their occupations and
various regiments that were sent Justice of the peace, lt ls the fourth' places of residence, ln the case of
from Canada, afterwards returning to time Mrs. Nichols has been a bride.1 flnnB, the actual signature, the na
resume their duties ln the Yukon or'Both are spiritualists, and went to ture of the occupation and place ot
on the prairies. Detroit to be wedded   to avoid   the I residence of each member of the flrm
The most adventurous found   their] ceremony by a minister  of an estab- i must  _e given,
happiness In voyaging to the Hudson's j liBhed church. I     Each tender must be accompanied
Baf or to the mouth of theMackenzie! Mrs. Cross, who has been a well- by an accepted cheque on a chartered
river, where with the adaptability to known figure In Walkerville for many bank, payable to tbe order of tbe
circumstances that the Mounted Po- i years, became a spiritualist about 13 Honourable the Minister of Publtc
liceman shares with the naval sailor, years ago, when her third husband, Works, equal to ten per cent (10pO
they soon proved their ability to look Oscar Cross, was converted to that of the amount of the tender, which
after themselves ln these frozen , faith. He died about three years ago.
countries. j     MrB   \vare-Hunt-Cross-NichoIs grew
Amongst those who have always : more fervent In her faith as she drew
beqn fo the front in this later pioneer j past the four-score mark,- and bhe
w-ork, was the late Inspector Fitzger- founda congenial soul in her boarder,
aid, who recently, in company with Thomas Nichols is as intense a Spirit-
three other men,  lost  Ills life in the   ualist as she. I
very top left hand corner of this great I
Dominion. I
As a regiment, the Mounted Police,
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for  permission  to  purchase the    fol
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 thc soutli half of section 18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
lowing described lands: Commencing ����� ��*o��e property will be issuedito
���. .. ..... ���_���_���__ _.,.�� ___��,, _,.._��.  ^i Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
At a post planted southeast corner of,
T.  L. 31792, thence north 80 chains, I ��' ���"'"".   9 1, unless in the meantime
thence cast 80 chains, thence south 10
cliains to lake  shore, thence  following lake shore In southwesterly direc
tion to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or lesB.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911. 	
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa'
tion   spinster,   intends  to  apply
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming au estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, U. C, May 16, 1911.
ADVERTISING   MAN   SAYS ,
OPPOSITION  IS A MYTH
will be forfeited lf the person tender-
j ing decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
excepted the southerly 12 feet here-1 never suffered such aloss as it has by
tofore conveyed, in the district of the death of this one man, and would
New Westminster. thiB not be a fitting   opportunity for
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-'those whoreallv appreciate the work
flcate of Title number 11690F, issued that the force has done, as well as
in the name of Joseph Campbell, has those who were bereaved of a friend
been filed in this office. , | by  the  loss of   Fitzgerald,  to   show | -^ tne sPectre of the disintegration of  without  authority   from  the   Depart
Notice is hereby given that I shall,  such appreciation  by  making this   a'tne British empire as a political war  ment).
at the expiration of one month from   national  monument   to  what  is   un- cry"
  Secretary.
Chicago,  May 22.���"English opposi-'       Department of Public   Works, Ot-
tlon  to  reciprocity   between   Canada', tawa, May 13, 1911.
and the United States is a myth. Tory |     (Newspapers  wlll  not be paid  for
politicians have invented It and rals-  this advertisement lf   they   Insert it
the date of the first publication here-  dou'jtedly one of the finest forces In
of, in a daily newspaper published in  the whole of the British empire.
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless In the meantime vald objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, May 2, 1911.
Fitzgerald's Career.
Inspector Fitzgerald was himself a
man who represented all that is besr
in this same force.    A comparatively
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession tlie following title deeds relating to the said
for, property are requested to deliver tlie
permission"to purchase the tollowing \ same to tho undersigned.
described  lands:     Commencing at a1     (a)  13th March, 1896.    Grant from
post  planted at the southeast corner'the crown to Farquhar McRae.
���of T   L  31792, thence west 80 cliains,      (b)    Conveyance  In  fee from  Far-
thence south 80 chains, tlience   east  miliar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
Complaints having been made tbat
damage has been done by boys to
property by the use of sling shots or
j catapults. Notice ls hereby given
that anyone found committing such
damage to public or private property
will be prosecuted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
This is the substance   of an interview with S. S. Benson "Dean of the;
advertising  men  of  London,"  in   an
address yesterday. |
"I am thoroughly acquainted with
the sentiments of business through-,
young man, he served on the prairie, | out England," said Mr. Benson, "and ]
south of Alaple Creek, and took from'1 know tnat tne outcry against the,
there the love of all he came in con-1 reciprocity treaty has been raised
tact with, to hls new home in the Ed- alone bY politicians in the hope of
monton district. He had not been raising popular sentiment against the,
long there before the authorities dls-1 Part>' in power. ;
covered  his  ability  to  take   care of      "l     nave     travelled      extensively
himself,   and   others,   in    the   wilder  through Canada in the last few weeks
north.   He in company with Inspector' and have Paid particular attention to
Moodie rounded up and   escorted   to itne Canadian sentiment on that ques-
safety many of those, who, in the Yu-1 t'on and find tnat the People are over-;
kon rush would have lost their lives I whelmingiy  In   favor   of the   treaty,
but for the timely aid of the   relief j Tne onl>' opposition Is found In some;
forces  the  Mounted Police  sent out. i of tne eastern centers like Montreal.!
I The South African war found hlm an  and there is a _rouP tnere who have,
early volunteer for service with   the  close English connections and which; untll May 26
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Victoria Day
FARE and
One-Third
FOR ROUND TRIP
Good going May 21 to 24, returning
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
SO cliains, thenee north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
..40 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April  ICth, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
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  northwest  corner  of  the Green  Point  Indian  reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence  north  80  chains,  thence  east
-0 chains, tlience    south  80    chains,
���containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Keilln, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
(c) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance In fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage.
(d) 21st Marcli, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
second   contingent    with    whom    he
served   with   some   const lerable    degree  of  distinction.     On   his  return
j he once more assumed charge of the
! Edmonton   detachment   and   was    ln
I .903   the   man   picked   out   to   take
charge of a party that was to   pene-
appeals to politicians for the.Conser-,     Atlantic express leaves 8:30 a.m.
vatlves  for  the mother coifhtry.        | imperial  Limited  leaves  3:55  p.m.
For rates and full particulars apply
The corporation  Invite tenders for
the laying of approximately live miles  trate to the Arctic coast at the mouth
of cement sidewalks on the following   0f the Mackenzie river and if it was
streets: i found possible to live there and svs-
Slxth Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
Fifth Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts
"I can take one of you in a taxi-
cab at the Bank of England and in
one afternoon cover the metropolitan territory that has more inhabitants than the entire population of
Canada," he said.
"Tnke one of your western states,
like Minnesota, place it in seven cities
to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent.
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
Re north half of lot 34, blo?k "Ll," sub-
divlsion   of  lot   30,    group    2,    at
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of  tho loss of certificate of title number 9410F, issued
in the name of   Arthur   de    Brissac
Owen, has been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-1 the date of the flrst publication here
TRICT���District of New Westmin
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, J.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London.Eng-
land. Clerk in Holy Orders.intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the N. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 chains, thence south!
40 clininB, thence west 40 chain., i
thence north .0 chains to point of
commencement, containing lfiO acres
more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
of, In a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the sal.I certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office.    New  Westminster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
St. Andrews St., Eighth to Tenth
Sts.
Fourth Ave., Eighth to Tenth  Sts.
Third Ave., Eighth to Tenth Sts.
Tenth  St.,  Third  to  Sixth  Avis.
Ninth  St., Third to Sixth Aves.
Fourth St., Columbia St. to Sixth
Ave.
Plans, specifications and further information may be obtained from the
Office of the City Engineer, City Hal'.
Tenders to be deposited with tho
undersigned by 5 o'clock p.m. on Monday, May 29th, 1911.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,  City  Clerk.
May  16th, 1911.
j tematically police that outpost of the: ,lke Buffalo and Cleveland, then  put
empire. _ | down at  Minneapolis nnd  St. Paul  a
That Fitzgerald succeeded ls shown I metropolitan    district     with  7000,000
by the reports of the Mounted Police  People, and you have England."
blue books which  though prosaic   lni
their simplicity, convey to  those who  WATCH    HAD    ALLIGATOR   CASE.
know how hard the fight must havo 	
been. That the police authorities Lost Fifty Years, Get Timepiece From
appreciated   h!s    kindliness,   his   un- j Saurian's     Stomach.
ceasing cheerfulness and Ills ability tn Galveston. Tex., Mav 2..-A large
command them is shown by the tones i open.,ace tttvm watch, |0Bt by Frank
in  wliich his actions are referred toi
For Up-to-date
RI1NTIING
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
P
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
in the police barracks   of the whole
northwest   tolay.
Friend  Praises  Him.
Said one of Inspector   Fitzgerald'.
admirers yesterday:
"We erect memorials to those who
do all sorts of things and succeed, we
j erect  memorials   to  those  who   fail
Fitzgerald succeeded in many of the
j most arduous of things that a man is
called upon to do In these days, and
he failed in only one.   That one fall
ure has robbed not only tbe Mounted
j Police force, but the whole Dominion
j of one of the finest of her sons.  Can  casp
we not then show that ^e appreciate!
this fact by providing a share of what I
Strome nearly fifty years ago, was recovered in a strange manner when au
alligator was killed ln Double Bayou
and the timepiece was found In Its
stomach, it is believed the watch can
be repaired and put In running order.
William Strome, son of the man
who lost the watch, shot the alligator,
which is estimated by its hide to be
more than eighty years old. The elder Mr. Strome was engaged capturing alligators ln the same waterway
when he lost hls watch, which fell Into the Bayou. The timepiece bears
his name ln crude engraving   on tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
ls nee led to erect a memorial to these
men, and in doing so remember that
we are erecting a memorial that is
going to Jceep green tne memory of
not only one member oil the force but
the whole force from tao day of its
commencement In the^ear 1873."
Drowned in Tank.
Montreal. Que., May 22.���Alex. M.
Gardner, a young Scotchman, met
death by drowning in the swimming
tank of the Montreal Amateur Athletic association here at 10:30 p. m.
yesterday.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Daily
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda/
TO UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINOE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27. April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m   .
WE8TMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
88. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. __. Vancouver. 2
il .���AGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 191T.       I>
���riw"Color\i&r
l._,wi\ Mower
l.All 5��*an_g
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. Thes.
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
vou.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
An enjoyable dance wub given
the Eagle, ball yesterday evening.
i'i
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of tho quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
it
lNSURANGL
_&_,
Agents for
KODAKS and
SUPPLIES
EASTMAN
List Prices
Curtis Drug .tore
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New   Westminster.    B    C.
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 TOIDOW
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Just round the corner from the old
stand,   up   Hegble   street,   there   you.
will Iind Aitchlson. the tailor.       **
T. II. Wilson, formerly on the
reportorial staff of the Daily News,
has returned to tills city after a
round-the-world trip which occunlei
about eighteen months. Mr. Wilson
spent a considerable time In Australia,
where lie wus attached to the stuff of
the Perth Daily News.
The White Rock and Ocean Park
excursions yesterday were largely
patronized, nearly five hundred persona making the trip, over half of
these going to White Rock, where a
land office business was transacted.
The difficulty over the fare was ad
justed a few minutes before the excursion train left this city,
Garaon's cigar store has removed
to Begbie street, four doors above Columbia street. **
Under the auspices of the Local
Council of Women, S. V. Adams, of
the Henry George Lecture association,
will give an address In the parlor of
Queens avenue Methodist church on
Saturday afternoon, commencing at
three o'clock. There will be no charge
for admittance.
William Burton Taylor, who died ar i
Mount Lehman on Tuesday at the age
of seventy-six, was a well known resi-1
dent In the Koyal City a few years
ago.   D. Murchie, who will handle the
funeral  arrangements,  sent  a  coffin
nn river vesterdav for the obserules, |
which will be held this afternoon at
Mount Lehman.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. ������
A public meeting of Liberals will
be held in Eagles hall tomorrow (Friday) evening at eight o'clock, to d$_-
cubb important matters in connection
with organization. .1. W. Weart, recently nominated candidate for the
Westminster Dominion electoral dis
trict, will be present and will address
the meeting. A full turn out of Liberals is requested.
A large selection of liats at prices
to suit. Mrs. Moore, Columbia
street. **
Vour opportunity now���A client
wants to borrow $7,100 for three year...
The security is ample and the rate of
interest worth investigating. W. F.
Edmonds, loan specialist, 613 Columbia street. **
Andrew Engen, a Whonnock rancher-who was killed on Monday by bein,i
struck by a cow hurled from the C.
P. R! track by a freight engine, will
be burled today in the I. O. O. F.
cemetery, when Rev. B. A. Sand will
officiate. Deceased leaves a widow
and two sons. The late Mr. Knuen
was Attempting to save the bovine
When he met his death in such a remarkable manner.
The photographs taken of tlie
crowning of the May Queen and other
scenes in the procession and In
Queens park are on sale today in all
the local storeB.   Don't be late.     **
Ladies, see our large choice of
hats. Prices from Jl up. Mrs.
Moore. **
For spring plants and cut flowers
plone Davies and Son, flo.ists. Phone
897. *���
Hairdressin?, manicuring, massig-
ing; room 5 Market block, over Hunter's.   'Phone .70. ���*
A  farewell  reception  for  Principal
and Mrs. Sipprell is being held tonight'
iThursday) in the college gymnasium.
It has been impossible for the reception committee to reach everyone by
invitation, and  the faculty and stud-'
ents wish it understood that all old
students, and  other  adult   friends  of.
Principal    and     Mrs.    Sipprell     are
cordially invited to be present.
May hats from $1 up at Mra. I
Moore's. *���     !
If you are looking for a pood run..-
bout automobile, which is for sala
for cash, or exchange for local prop-
erty, write or call on W. B. Sweet,
room  7,  K.  of  P.  block. **
I
Rev. Dr. W, J. Sipprell, principal ot^L
Columbian college, leaves on Satur-'���
day for Toronto, where he will spend
a couple of days on his way to Mont-!
real, whence he sails for Kngland o.i'
the liner Virginian duiing tbe fir.t I
week in June. Rev. J. S. Hen lerson.
Wbo has planned to spend a holiday j
in England and on the continent, will j
join Ur. Sipprell in Montreal. Friends
of the college principal will tender j
hlm a farewell reception this evening.
Foreigners to the number o' twenty-
two crossed the boundary line under
thc cover of dusk on Tuesday niuht
and were congratulating themselves
upon their entry into Hritish soil
when all the dreams went up in the
air through the appearance at the
critical moment of Immigration Officer Lawrence. This official, who has
been dally bagging this class of un
desirable for the past, two months.
lost no time in bringing in his new
found "family" and after a brief stay
in tiie city all were taken to '''"' "���-���
dale where the good-bye sign will be
divulged to them.
The ladies of the Sixth avenue
Methodist church Intend holding a
strawberry and ice cream social at
Moody square on June 18. **
Diamond's barber shop has now removed from corner of Columbia street
and Begbie, to Begbie street, next to
Hotel Russell. ������
Lawrence Chapman and Desanges
Crocbetlere were on l-fesday united
ln the sacred bonds of matrimony ln
St. Peter's rectory, Rev. B. Malllard.
O. M. I., officiating. The witnesses
were Theodore Theroux and Philip
Orogan.
OTJSMI
^���^      I    _r _  _r r*tm*m*w w ?_P
i /v_f i rr
The Public
Supply Stores
Biscuits
Dainty Dress Fabrics
THAT WILL WASH
Every woman knows that for summer wear nothing
can approach the dainty fresh washing fabric for a
dress. A hundred and one occasions occur when it
is the only appropriate thing to wear, be it morning,
afternoon or evening. The comprehensive showing
of wash fabrics at Smith's was never so complete, designs are exclusive; and for daintiness, beautiful coloring and originality far exceed anything shown in
past years.
This is Our Special Showing for Today
Scotch Ginghams and Gnmbrays I      The Popular Foulards
We have just received a shipment
of
Smith's Biscuits
(Home product), in
plain and fancy
lines. The price is
right and we recommend that you
try them.
Remember the
Place
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Superior weaves in absolutely fast colors^ designs
ln checks, stripes and plain effects; wonderful assortment of pretty colorings;  width 28 Inches;  our
leader, per ya rd 15c
Special offer  8 yards $1.00
Fine Grade English Prints
You'll be Bur;�� rlsed at the wonderful range of prints
we show, and a better print for your money you
cannot find; every imaginable color; Bpot or stripe.
in light, medium or dark shadings; width 31 Inches;
extra quality,   per yard   15c
Special offer  8 yards $1.00
New Vestings���Exquisite Showing
We have never before shown such pretty new whito
vestings; you cannot resist being Interested in this
display; all the new pattern effects; thread cord.,
spots, floral and fancy effects; you'll find here, and
at tempting pr Ices. Special at, yard 20c, 25c and 35c
Beautiful silk finished foulards; this material makes
ideal dresses: lovely range of floral, spot and geom-
trlcal effects: ln saxe, mustard, green, tan, brown,
rose, navy and black; width 28 Inches. Special
values, per yar d 30c to 40c
Attractive linen Suitings
Rich finished linen suitings; flne even weaves; In
shades of pink, sky, mauve, hello, grey, green,
brown and  navy;  width 28 Inches; price, yard 35c
New Repps and Shantung Suitings
Superior weaves specially adapted for coat suits; in
fancy stripes and shantung effects; all the new and
popular   colors ; width 29 inches. Good values ut 35c
Cotton Voiles���Lovely Fabrics
You cannot find anything prettier than these fabrics;
a large showing of neat designs and self colorings;
in hello, ros��, reseda, navy, etc. Special values, per
yard 35c
You will choose best every way the materials for the
new summer wash dresses now, and you will find special interest in this showing on Thursday.
Ladies,
WE are the new tailors that have
opened up in New Westminster, and
to convince you that we are capable
of doing first class work
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
A. Sinai & H. Lewis
Corner of Clarkson and McKenzie Sts.
Collister Block.
Phpne 699.
P. O. Box 50T.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Tnist  Building.
LARGE MODERN 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
particulars call or phone���
f . J. Hart & Co-, Ltd.
New Westminster
VA'hCOU       I,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
Sailing  from Johnson's  Wharf at.
12  MIDNIGHT
For
Stewart      Thursday.
For Prince Rupert  Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massetr,
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Tickets and Information fo- all points east, including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Roston,
Niagara Falls, Now York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Rritain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060 3
527   Granville   Street,  Vancouver. *���   '
4
L. V.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERI
BUSINESS SCHOOL
No man can hope for advancement without training.
The World wants trained men and women���wo��.
have any other kind.
Go Into Training!
When the training is in the hands of the I
Modern Business School!
a lot of time is saved and great results accompli
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Pri
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