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 LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent  Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 91.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
IN STRUGGLE FOR
THE GOLD MEDALS
BOTH TEAM8 WILL BE OUT TO
WIN TOMORROW���FULL PROGRAM OF EVENT8 AT RECREATION  PARK  FOR  HOLIDAY.
SPECIAL SERVICE AT
HOLY TRIN11Y CATHEDRAL
Form of Service Approved by Episcopate Will Be Used���Patriotic
8ermon on Sunday.
Lacrosse fans, and ther can be
counted by the thousands, are promised a treat tomorrow when a feast
of the national game will be dished
up to them in the Terminal City. At
nine-thirty, the return match between
tbe Westminster amateurs and the V.
A. C. will be played at Recreation
park, after which spectators may wait
and take ln the series of interesting
coronation exercises which are under
the Immediate Jurisdiction of the city
council of thu larger city, itepresen-
tatives from the various societies in
Vancouver wlll be present In parade
order, and a patriotic function will
wind up the forenoon's proceedings.
Time will not be permitted to han;;
long on the hands of the runs as after
lunch, the specially arranged coronation match between the Salmon
Bellies and Vancouver wlll also be
played at Recreation park. The costly gold medals, which are from a
special die, are the gift of Mayor J. D.
Taylor and one of the mementos
which was forwarded to this city yesterday for exhibition purposes has
sent the world champions Into special training In tbe endeavor to capture these pieces of gold plate. The
conditions attached to the winning of
them are tbat two matches must be
played, and the aggregation securing
the most goals are to be declared thc
winners. As the long end of the gate
receipts go to the successful twelve
it ls up to the champions to go In and
show the crowd tomorrow and Saturday that they are out for the winning
end in all the matches this season,
leaving next year to take care of itself.
Westminster will Bend over their
strongest aggregation on Thursday,
and Charlie Galbraith, Hughie Gifford, Peter Latham and Buck Marshall will travel with the champs so
that !',i case they are called upon by
acting manager Fred Lynch to go on
they may be ready to answer the
summons. Vancouver are out for the
medals and the big portion of the
"purse" and as both cannot hope to
win. the tussle on each occasion is
certain to be a hard and stern one
one   for  supremacy,
GOVERNOR PREVENT8
���OUT TAKING PLACE
Tomorrow morning a special coronation service will be held at nine
o'clock in Holy Trinity cathedral,
Canon d'Easum officiating.
It had been suggested that this
church, in company with other denominations, might open the service
by singing the National Anthem, but
In conversation with the canon yesterday evening, the Dally News representative learned that this would not
flt In with tbe order for morning
prayer, although it would be sung during the closing portion of the solemn
function.
"In opening our service," said
Canon d'Easum, "we always endeavor
to strike the penitent note flrst. Our
special service on Coronation Day,
which was approved by the House of
Bishops headed by the Archbishop of
Canterbury and later approved by the
episcopate of the Church of England
in Canada, only came to hand on
Tuesday, so that we have hardly had
the time necesSftry to get fully conversant with the complete program.
Whilst we would be only too pleased
to see as many present a? possible a
service of this nature does not appeal to members of other denominations. On Sunday evening I intend
preaching a patriotic seiTfion."
The Rev. C. W. Brown, of Queens
avenue Methodist church, when asked if he had Intended that his service
should open with the National An.-
them, said he had taken time by the
forelock as that grand old score, as
he termed lt. had heeft rendered last
Sunday. "Of course we wlll certainly
flirtl room for this on Sunday, but at
what part of the service, I cannot say
at  the moment."
REHEARSAL IS MADE
IN VENERABLE ABBEY
PUBLIC IN LONDON HAS FREE
SHOW���SHAKESPEAREAN BALL
LAST EVENING���THOUSANDS
OF TROOPS ARRIVE.
CORONATION DAY PROGRAM.
Coronation  service,  Vancouver, at 11:30 a.m., Recreation park
Provincial celebration at Victoria.
Special service at Holy Trinity cathedral.
Made-ln-Canadu fair, Vancoui er.
High school picnic, Capllano Canyon.
Lacrosse. .
V. A. C. vs. Westminster sexier amateurs,  Recreation park at
9:30 a.m.
Vancouver vs. Westminster, Recreation park, at 3 p.m.
Other Sports.
Civilian Rifle association, Brownsville range.
Gun club shoot,   Moody   paric,  at 6 p.m.
Ladner races.    Horse events begin at one o'clock.
DECORATION OF CITY
IS ON MODEST SCALE
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NO SETTLEMENT YET
OE SEAMEN'S STRIKE
SITUATION STILL WORRYING
SHIPPING OFFICIALS���LITTLE
PR08PECT OF COMPROMISE
IN  INDEPENDENT CIRCLES.
London, June 21.���The seaman's
strike here shows that tbere is little
change to report.
Dispatches from Liverpool, state
that the Dominion and American
companies have made the same concessions demanded by tbe men from
the Cunard company. As some of
competing lines are outside the combine of the shipping federation, tbere
can be no compromise looked for in
that  direction  for the present.    The
CANNED EGGS CAUSE
BIG DAMAGE ACTION
Owing    to    Conflicting
Elsewhere City Will
Tomorrow.
Celebrations
Be Quiet
ATTITUDE OE BOARD
TO CATE LICENSES
Tbe decoration of the Royal City for
the coronation was begun yesterday
at noon, and many business firms followed the example of the post office
and court house authorities, who
were among tbe first to display the
familiar bunting. Owing to tbe absolute want of any official ceremonies
in Westminster tomorrow, the spirit
of true patriotic feeling wlll not bo
openly shown as would otherwise
have been the case. The celebrations
on a magnificent   scale   which   are
COMMISSIONERS IN REFUSING,
ROYAL CAFE APPLICATION
MAKE POLICY CLEAR AS TO
HOTEL DINING ROOM8.
The application for a restaurant
license by tbe proprietors cf the Royal
cafe which came before the license
commissioners yesterday in th*
mayor's private room was the means,
whereby tbe Intentions, of the board
to reference to tbe sa>p-of drinks ia
this city were to a large extent made
public.
The commissioners present wero
Mayor Lee, Alderman John Campbell
| promised by the provincial authorities
I at the capital, as well as the cere-1 ������.. r**mamaismmi*m.*   _ H ~��� ~CITZ.'
������*' '��� n>��me�� at Recreation park, Vancou- j  nA��prT���M '   k   ,d 0t!Chhr^
  ver, will be the means which will rob | J*��J?% ����"������">'�����������" "ad been
MONTREAL   CIVIC   AUTHORITIES   �����'. city of many thousands, and as ! ��_!��!_;.* Hamptotn Bole ap-
a***************^***^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^* there Is nothing to keep the people In
town, Westminster will bear a deserted appearance.
Acting Mayor Johnston bad a number of men at work on his office window yesterday evening, and this is
one of the prettiest spectacles in the
city. Some of tbe general stores,
more especially in the eaBt end of the
city were set out with the British and
Canadian flags and portraits of their
majesties. T. H. Smith's decorative
scheme deserves special praise, showing good judgment and taste.
FIND THEMSELVES IN COURT
FOR SEIZURE OF CHINE8E
EGG8 DECLARED HARMLE8S.
Montreal, June 21.���A damage suit
has been started here ln which the
plaintiffs seek $50,000 from the city
for the loss due to seizure of $100,-
000 of Chinese eggs (canned)) as unfit for human consumption, but on
the case going to the courts judgment had been given to the effect
that the eggs were harmless.
The plaintiffs, as consignors, therefore claimed   damages,   stating   that
piled on behalf of Messrs. Seabold Sc
Jones, proprietors of the Royal cafe.
Columbia street, for a license In con-
Junction wltb that business.
Mr. Bole applied under section 175,
sub-section 6 of the Statute of the
Dominion, which be said gave the
commissioners power to grant such a
license. In advocating for bis clients,
Mr. Bole said that Vancouver Victoria, and other cities on the coast
had all the facilities for supplying;
drinks in cafes and restaurants. Sine
his clients had applied twelve months
situation is if anything a shade worse. I there had been a drop in the price o."
The agents of the White Star and
America lines bave been instructed
to send all cargoes to other points for
co'lection.
Coronation Bonfires.
In connection with the British Columbia's celebration on Thursday of
his majesty's coronation, it is essentially important, that all interested
should take particular notice of the
fact that any person or persons who
may desire to emphasize their Jubilant loyalty by setting out bonfires
near any timbered district must flrst
obtain a permit in that behalf from
th? 3istric{   flre   warden   in   charge,
eggs since tbe seizure, and othor considerations liad cost-' them  $50,000.
The eggs . themselves have been
kept In cold-' storage, and will be put
on the market.
s    ..aj*..,    jtiu;:,wi..iiL    uiiu    i.ttBLir. . ^_^_^_^_^_^_, ���_.
The platform at Queens park, where \ ?*0, ,, '��� c'ty had rapidly grown and
the local exercises lp connection with I me 1>a(1 arrived when visitors
the great, event will be held this after-!   eTe, a8ked for    drinks    with    their
1 meals. Messrs. SfeaCold & Jones were
prepared to agree to any suggestion
A. F. 4. A. M.
Grand Lodge Meeting   at    Victoria-
Some Local Delegates.
Westminster  Masons  will   be well
I represented at the grand lodge meeting in  Victoria,  which opens  tomor-
' row.    Among those' who will attend
are:
! Sn'.'"i'\u ""l.-VT, V"   "" ,X'""V    No- 9' Cnion lodge-A. Innes, W.M.;
'While  fully sympathizing   with   and,j   ArchibaItU SM7.*   Dr.  Hacking, J.
Information was received from
Tulsa. Oklahoma at a late hour last
evening that owing to the threatened
Interference of Governor Cruce, ot
that atate. tke much boomed boxtng,
bout between Jim Flynn, ttie Pueblo
fireman,  who rose to,
London, June 81,���The most regal
banquet at Uuckinham Palace that
ever emperor or king witnessed, and
the gorgeous Shakespeaiean ball under the auBpices ot the noted society
leader, were tbe ahlnlng features ot
1 the   second  day   tn  coronation   week
commending the spirit of loyalty ofjw Dr D?Wolf gm|th secretary;
which those coronation bonfires are Pa8t Grand Magterg Dr Walker> A.
designed to be the symbol and the I Cnarle80n and H. jj. R|ch; Past Mas-
evidence,   the  provincial   minister  ot ,       H  ���      T ^ Mui    A  Muwn ftft,j
noon under the presidency of Chairman T. J. Trapp wlll be a brilliant
scene, the Union Jack end Ma?le
Leaf' banners having entwined with
otber bunting.
The school children who will assemble there after the luncheon recess will join ln singing the specially
written Coronation hymn, af'er which
His Honor Judge Howay will deliver
a patriotic address. His honor, who
is well known as one fjeeply vesed
In subjects which concern occasions
of this naturd may be f>^nectr?d to excel himself this, afternoon when
speaking to the children.
FINAL PHASE OE
GREAT CONFERENCE
, ._     Hild     hlmeeltl Many  royal  personage* assembled at
famous after his vlctorv over Al Kauf-   the  banquet,  which  was  remarkab.e
and Carl Morris,    who likewise I for  magnificence  and  costly   decora-
lands, Hon. W. R. Ross does not pro
pose that the safety of the forests or;
of iraprevements in property shall be j
jeopardized by the careless lighting oi j
fires under the excuse of celebrating j
tbe coronation. It ls in consequence
officially announced that permits tor
| luch Srei /wi.l, b�� atrtctly tnelated up-
man. ^_^_^_^_^_^___^_________
blossomed into a newspaper champion by his defeat of a has-been, has
boen postponed from July, 4 (Independence   Dayl   nnd   will   be contested
at some future date, and ln some
other state.
Had the hout heen pulled off in tlie
ordinary way. nothing would have
been said ahout It, but the attention
of all ^rnerica was called to It and a
special arena was being construe'^]
in Carl's home town and has *,ad the
effect, not to he greatly w',n,iered at,
of the hout heing caJ'cd off, possibly
for all time,
tions. All the leaders in civic, military, naval, judicial and ecclesiastical
circles  wore Invited.
On   the   table,   ln   the      bamiuettlns
hall was displayed the royal gold
plate used only on historic occasions,
and the cost of which is estimated at
$15,000,000, and weighs eight tons,
GOOD PROGRESS IS MADE
WITH TRANSCONTINENTAL
I 	
Ottawa, Juno 20.��� The Transcontinental Railway commission is receiving gratifying reports of progress in
construction of its line. From Wolfe
Creek, a considerable distance west
of Edmonton, to Graham or Lake Superior Junction,  the  line  is now  in
London, June 20.���Sixty-five thom-
and troops entered London today and
pitched tents in the various parley
ready to take part in the coronation
pageant. With them thousands of
persons from all parts of thc Empire
and foreign countries have arrived,
and today the streets are so crowded
tbat traffic is seriously impeded.
Rehearsal.
Enormous crowds gathered early
In the vicinity of .Westminster Abbey,
for the rehearsal where tbe peers
and peeresses furnished a free show,
many arriving wearing their rjbes
and carrying their coronets uncovered
while there were great throngs near
Buckingham palace to watch the com
W. G.  McQuarrie.
No. 17 King Solomon lodge���J. Gamon, W.M.; P. Q. M. Sheriff Armstrong, P. M. C. A. Welsh.
No. )X. Lewis lodge���G. E. Martin,
W. Mil .tL J:  MitchelL^.V?..' ^.rJ.
  Randolph. J-'W, ��� 'J.. Stilwell Clnttf. ��*c
���a****. ,*.*-****.* *>a, .incui main "f 1 retttTv��i��<l f W and C H Stuart
on wherever they may be W��tatei��^^-fi?^%^^4^.vYiJ��--'*;���"t
near  any  timbered  district,  and  any \ W^"_JL^tiLnt   tf butfSSU
'permit   therefor  Is   granted   will   be I ^S^tM&S   ^>     '
beld liable for   nny  loss   or damage i 	
which  may be caused by the flre and 1
ror the expense of extinguishing   the   CITY  SUED  IN  COUNTY
same- j COURT FOR  DAMAGES
ENDS   IN
RE-
IMPERIAL   GATHERING
COMPLIMENTS���PREMIERS
COGNIZE CONFIDENCE SHOWN
BY  HOME GOVERNMENT.
London, June . 21.���T>e    next   lm-
wbich the commissioners might put
on the premises ln the event of the
license being granted. His client*
were men who had made good In the.
city and their characters were above,
reproach. The solicitor asked that a
provisional license be granted and the
board had it in Its power at any time
to cancel this if things were not carried on ln a manner satisfactory to
the commissioners.
Mayor Lee, replying to the application, said that the city council had
not yet introduced a by-law whicli
would give the commissioners power
to grant such a license as was tbat
day being anplled for. The latest rulings by the court at Burnaby ha*
made that very clear. What could be
done would be that the commissioners
might suggest to the city councll tbe
advisability of introducing a by-law
which would give them the necessary-
power to give a license to a restaurant.
Mayor's  Comment.
"That process," said the mayor, "I
am personally against. I am strongly
against the granting of any more
licenses in this city. I am not well
pleased with the manner in which,
the hotels ot this city are running
i the. restaurant* and dining, room* In.
��� connection with their business. With
I* on\perlnl contereuce yslX\ not be held ��t\�� '*�� exception*, thaae fining rooms
formal, Ottawa.    M'�� final session yeatetday \ are mana. ed apart from   hotel maZ.
afternoon Andrew Fisher, prime miniagement, and are usually  conducted
ister    of    Australia,    introduced    a)by foreigners who are in tha buslm
The Plass Frauds,
Boston, June 20.���A roll of $5003
bills was thrown down in front of the
counsel for Rev. Norman Plass, former president, and Charles H.
Brooks, general manager of the Redeemable Investment Company, in
the United States district court today Vhen fines of $2500 were imposed upon the two officers who plealed
guilty last week to using the mails in
a scheme to defraud. After the monsy
resolution,   which   was   seconded   by
Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, that the confer
ence should be held ln one of   the
^^___^_ ^^^^^^^^    dominions.
Premier Asquith said he should be
The civil  action  Talt  vb.  City    o* J pleased   if   the   conference   could   be
Westminster and the Municipal  Con-  field somewhere else than fn London
struction    Company,    of    Vancouver. I but he feared  that the  usefulness ot
which   was  heard   before    His  Honor I the   gathering   would   be   Impaired   if
It was beld elsewhere.
An amendment was suggested that
the United Kingdom should consider
the possibility- of a meeting to bo
held overseas, and the amendment
was accepted. '
The conference wound up with a
series of complimentary speeches. Sir,
Wilfrid, as the oldest member of tho I
conference, declared that it was the;
first time the home government, had;
Tliere was nothing else to be seen
in the vicinity of the palace, Which
is hare of decorations, but thousands,
stood   throughout   the   day   peerlp
through the railings, and satlsHed to I First Baptist church, last night. The
watch the sentry during th* intervals | minister has advertised for the person
hetween functions, when the court was ^^^   -
full operation. ^B^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^l^a_a^-aa-___^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^
It  has  constructed  also  52   miles! i"S ��r 6��i��e of the uniformed envoys
east   of   Graham   towards   Cochrane , attending their majesties' reception,
while from the latter point it is built
westerly 126 miles.
Tliere is a gap of 200 miles to be
built when through connection will
be male between Edmonton and
Cochrane and thence over the T. &
N. O. railway down to Toronto,
where temporarily, at Wst. connection will lie made with the old main
line of the Grnnd Trunk. ,
Operation from Edmonton to Tor-' K8 stocking uj��
onto is expected by next fall. On the lesions. All tftteets in this district
eastern section good progress also is. w111 l)e closed to traffic on Thursday,
being made. Ralls are down prac- and the hotels are preparing to feed
tically all the way from Moncton to the hosts of guests they bave housed.
Wevmontaohe, a distance of 700 ABtde from these events, there are
miles. Theline from west of La a large number of lesser features
Tuque to Quebec will, as stated pre- constantly occurring, Incident to the
vioiislv. be operated this fall, and that continuous arrival of distinguished
^^^^^^^^��� foreigners and the innumerable seml-
I official dinners, garden parties, recen-
tions, exhibitions and private events.
which have sprung up In connection
with the coronation festivities.
Judge Howay, bas been taken to
avizandum by the court, and judgment will be made known in the
course of a day or two. j
The plaintiffs, Mr. and Mrs. Tait, I
of this city, while out driving on tha :
Brunette road November last, ran In-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to one of the water pipes, the pro-
had heen turned over to the clerk the perty of the city, and the concussion!
two defendants walked out of court.. 0f the vehicle caused an accident in)
John I. Traphagen, assistant treas-1 which both plaintiffs were hurt. Tho
urer, will be sentenced next week.    | city when served with notice of actloa ; taken  the    overseas
Mr. Plass at one time was prrsident  brought in the construction company! its confidence completely as concern-
of  Washburn   College,  Topeka   Kan.,  as  third  parties,  averring    that    as   ed questions of defence and  foreign
and   was  engaged  in  selling   invest-  they had put in the pipes they were,
ment stock in Providence   before   b�� also legally responsible. i ^ satisfied, he said
came to this city. ^^ I     There was a big array of counsel.
S. S. Taylor, K.C, appearing for the
construction concern; Adam S. Johnson, of Whiteside, Edmonds & John-
Bon, of this city, for th" plaintiffs,
and G. E. Martin for the city corroi-a-
tlon.
The sum of $1000   U   claimed   as
i
^  I
Thief Must Finish Task.
��� Vancouver, Wash., June   20.���Some
one stole a hammock from the porch
of the Rev. C.  R. G.   Poole, of   the
dominions  into
affairs. The dominions were thorough-
He believed that the fact that the
overseas representatives had the foresight to endorse the move would not
be forgotten.
MONSTER LINER
NEARS NEW YORK HARBOR
resting.    ^	
I    In the area set aald�� Tor the corona-
! tion    parade,   resldttices   and hotel3
heavily    with    pro-
New York, June 21.���The new
White Star liner Olympic, the largest
steamship afloat, passed Flre Island
on her maiden voyage, at 12:17 Wednesday   morning.     This     point     ls
from Levis to Moncton next year.
RECEPTION   FOR   LAURIER.
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��� Quebec, June  21.���The Lib-
��� erals are preparing a monster
demonstration to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, who is expected at
this port on July 7. All ihe
Liberal clubs will gather to
make   the   premier   the most
taking the hammock to call and get damages.    Many witnesses were call
the two strews to swing   the   ham- ed on both sides.
mock. I ___________
The hammock  was made  by  John  B0RDEN MET FARMER8 ���	
RilnVaK ffS-SSlflftS 'N WHEAT C,TY ESTERDAY  8eventy-five ml^es from this city   and
Mr. Poole on that account. *      .       ,    ���" A   , | although the huge liner is said not
  ___j . Brandon, June 21.���A deputation of to be attempting any record breaking
ONE KILLED, TEN HURT, 30��    grain  growers  met   the   leader] voyage, she is due to rass Into the
IN  8TREET CAR  PANIC ** *������� opposition, R. L. Borden, yes-. harbor at two o'clock, several hours
  I terday evening ip this city when the, ahead of her scheduled time.
Buffalo, N. Y., June 20.���One man Conservative minister appeared on
was killed and ten were injured in a hu western tour, The . deputation
panic on a street   car,   near   Tona- presented Mr. Borden with, a long list
RACING AT MINORU   PARK.
���
��� .^^_���__________________
��� j     The executive of the newly   form-
��� ] ed branch of the Overseas club are
��� not permitting the grass to grow un-
���! der their feet.   One of the objects of
wanda, tonight.   The injured included I ��'  resolutions  representing  the  feel- j
A. L. Reeves, auditor of the Missouri j ings^ of the^fannert of the Manitoba I
Second Day, Tuesday, June 20,
First race, four and a half furlongs
A. Li. neeve��, auuitur oi nic iniontuu. ���=>-   --   ��� --.    	
state insurance department, and John!province. He toM the farmers, ln the]���1. Maxona (109);.2, Ah Moon (112);
E. Swangler, former secretary of oourse of his reply, that so strongly | 3, Florence Roberts (115). Time 1.55.
state of Missouri. I did he feel on the matter that even      Second race, five furlongs���1. Med-
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Bar English In Schools.
Havana, June 20.���The house of representatives    today    passed    by
were they willing to make him prime
minister that very day, he would be
forced to refuse the high honor lf
reciprocity in trade with the United
magnificent reception ever arranged in Canada for a statesman. It Is felt thnt as fir Wilfrid sits for Quebec East Ihe
occasion is especially appropriate here.
uer tneir leer,    une oi iue oujciid widhjo���,^.���     ����.,     t���w~~-. T.
this organization is to foster a social I large majority the bill abolishing the States of America was one of the
feeling hetween the members, and I instruction of English, in the public conditions attached. Reciprocity, in
La *��-<�����-,���.. i_ ��_������. mt tL*m*r* I oiinnia nnil  rofuRnri tn authorize the  hls opinion, meant thn undoing of the
with this object ever ln front of them
Ihe council have sent out invitations
for a special meeting and   entertain
ment fo
quetlng
4
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schools and refused to authorize the  n's opinl
payment -of the salry of Miss Abbfe  great  work  which  the confederation
Phillips, who for many years has been j had done.   He was entirely with   the
Friday evening in the  ban- i supervisor  of  English  instruction  in - farmers in their view that they would
lall   of ths I. O. O. F. head I Havana.   The measure was advocated  not sit at the feet of the great mag-
quarters, on Eighth   street   at eight on the grounds of economy, but was   nates.    He had never sat there, he
o'clock. The membership of the Over-1 severely reprobated hy the   minority e\clalnied.   and   never   intended    to.
and   as an expression   of ingratltu.'.e   to- The. Fr^aker was given an attentive'quet (113); 3,   Jim Cafferata    (111),
wards the United States. hearing throughout. *      ���"��� 1 J"
dling Hanna  (107);   2, Gelico 4114);
3, Abella (103).   Time 1.02.
Third race, six furlongs���1, Zlnk
and (114); 2, Lord Clinton (114); 3
Yellowfoot .,(116).    Time 1.16.
Fourth race, seven furlongs���1, Roy
Junior (116); 2, Salail (104); 3,
Gen Marchmont (116). Time 1.28 2 5.
Fifth race, one mile���1, Eddie
Graney (110); 2, Virgie Casse (10$);
3, Miss Picnic (100).   Time 141 1-5.
Sixth race, one and one sixteenth
miles���1, Sir Angus (115): 2  My Bo-i-
simply for the money which they can:
get out ot It.    Aa a comtnlaaloner he>
was  dead against the principles    In
vogue at present, and lf he had his.
own   way  he  would   like  to s?e  the'
whole of the licenses done away with.
If  the other  members  of the  board
were Jn favor of the idea thfy could
petition the city council  to  bring In
a     by-law  which    would    alter    the-
present state ot things and so ma'ce it
comparatively  easy ��� for    a    liceu-sa
such  as the Royal  cafe desired,  but
this   would  never  have  his  sanction.
Labor Member's View.
Alderman    Campbell    uphel   d tha
mayor in hl3 general contentions. H#
was   also   against    having    licensivj
premises in  connection  with    hotels
and dining rooms.    He did not wish
to appear antagonistic to the Chinese,
or  members of other  nations  whicli   ���
ran   these  premises,  but  he  wanted^
British Columbia to he a white man's
country.   He did not think the license
under review should be granted    for
many reasons.   It would mean th? reopening of the whole licensing question   in   Westminster.     Although   h��
was not afraid to tackle the matter
should it be reopened, he believed la
letting  well  alone.    There was on.'
reason   which   he   in common wltb .
other residents of the city, patronized
the Royal cafe, and that was beea us r
he could Uke his wife   there   as m��
drink was sold.
Mr. Gilchrist was of the opiniba-
that the proprietors were going along
all right, i nd were making money
nnd conducting their place ln the beet
manner without a license, and he did
not see that it was necessary to give
to this restaurant any special privileges.
Negative Motion.
Alderman    Campbell    moved    anJ
Mr.   Gilchrist   seconded    a    motion.
"That  as the  city  councll   had  not
passed a by-law regulating the grant
ing of licenses to restaurants, it was;
not within the power of the commissioners to grant to the Royal cafe   k*.
license such as they desired, and until the present by-law Is amended n��
such license could be granted.    The*
commissioners would not wish to propose to the city council any alter.?-
! tion |n the present rulings."   The mo'
I tlon was adopted.
Mr. Bole claimed that it was hardly
fair that his clients had been turned
down, and yet there were a numher
of other restaurants ln the o'fv whi<��b
were  permitted  to  supply  liquors  to>
seas eluir is growing by
bounds.   |
leaps
Time 1.47.
(Continued om pagefonr) ���<
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'AT IT HERE SI1UX 1*0?
WANTED ��� LADY     BOOKKEEPER
and stenographer, experienced.    Apply  in person,    Galloway  &  Lewis,
the furniture store,    401   Columbia
street.
WANTED��� TO LOAN ON JULY 1
$15oO dollars; must be good security. House within city limits pre-
ferred.   Apply W-. P. O. Box 32.
SMALL new house at Edmonds,    on
66x113  foot    lot.    $800,     one-third I
cash.
LOT  on  Tenth  avenue,  just east  of
Tenth street, 50x132; light clearing.
i    $525 cash.
TWELFTH street corner. 158 and 132 j
I feet fronting on the two streets,
l and lane alongside. $4000; one-third \
\    cash.
TOOK BRIDE BEYOND
TERRITORIAL LIMIT
OCEAN LINERS MUST BE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
Norwegian Skipper Evades Legal Restrictions  oy  Taking   La*y
From  Home.
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CO.lTtT
WESTMINSTER,  VANCOl'VER    OR THIRD    avenue,   house    near   Tenth
Fraser river valley district propeity.
wanted in exchange ior a 160-acrc
improved farm in Alberta.    Uox K.,
3., this office.          j
WANTED���HOUSEWORK     BY
English    woman.      Address
Knight, P. O. Box 371, City.
AN
Mrs.
street, two or three rooms, 55x132
foot lot, well developed    to    fruit. 1
$2100;  easy terms.
LOT on Dublin street, upper side, be-
I    tween   Eighth   and   Tenth   street.
$750.
WANTED ��� AS   SECRETARY    TO! Q00D acreafle ln surrey and Langley.
School  Board  this city,  a    steno-      Wo an acre up.
grapher   and  typewriter,    familiar j
with modern office systems. Month p����2^*'wrt~w��'w*'MMW,'w,*'w��*
fe salary $75 00.    Applications stat-| REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
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the 22nd inst.   R. Lennle, Secretary. | 706 Columbia Street.
WANTED ��� BY YOUNG LADY,
board and room in central location.
Apply to Box X., Daily News.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
plovment office, No. 8 Begbie
atreet, supplies men for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close In. Apply R-,
this office,	
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than ls necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. lf yoa
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin,
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���BOARDING HOUSE, 21
rooms and between 30 and 40
boarders. Clears from $125 to $150
per month. Price $1600. Good
terms. Apply McQuarrie Brothers,
622 Columbia street,	
FOR SALE���A GOOD FAMILY COW
and Jersey calf. Apply 725 Queens
avenue.       ______���������
FOR 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 on
the new car line begins this property will double in value Immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust bulldln?.
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
MUNICIPALITY  OF   BURNABY
ENGINEER.
Applications are Invited for a qualified engineer lo take charge of the
road by-law work under the supervision of the municipal engineer,
from whom full particulars as to
duties and appointment can be obtained.
Applications stating qualifications
and salary expected will be received
by the undersigned up till 5 p.m.
June 24, 1911.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Post Office.
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RIINTING
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Estimates given on any kind of Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388,
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Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
FOR   SALE   ���   SIX-ROOM   HOUSE,
near proposed cutoff for B. C. E. R.
Terms $1800, $500 cash, balance $15
per month, no interest.   Apply 1720
Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE���FIVE AND TEN ACRE
blocks tn Langley on B. C. electric;
excellent soil. Price $150 per acre.
Terms easy. Owner, 1301 Nanlamo
etreet, Westminster.
FOR SALE���BRAND NEW ENG
Ush kit bag, at Vidal'p warehouses
cost price.
Dressmaking
Just received the latest Paris
fashions ln summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mme. Gaultier    V
513 Columbia Street.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal '
avenue.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
LOST.
LOST���FROM PASTURE ONE MILE
south of Eburne on Granville street,
light bay gelding five years old;
star on forehead, branded J on rib.?,
and jaw, hind heelB scruffy. Ten
dollars reward for anyone locating
this horse and notifying Central
Transfer, 140 Water street, Vancou
���ver. il* till
'fflce 'Phone lie.     Barn   Phone 117
Begbie Street.
Baggage   deiiterea   promptly   ;��
any part et tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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FOUND���HALF GROWN WATER
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same by proving property ami paying expenses. Apply J. D. Davis,
Tynehead,
PALMER     	
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H.
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P.
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Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
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FOUND���AUTOMOBILE TIRES ON
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London.    June    20.���Captain    anil
Mrs.   Schru''der,   of   tbi   Norwegian
steqmer Hum, are now  on   the wide
Atlantic alter outwitting the  British |
authorities,     lt   has   been    arranged
that Freda Sorensen, is the skipper's
bride   has    been    krown    till    now,
should cross from Norway to White-
haveu  ln  Cumberland   to   meet   the
bridegroom  when   lis  vessel  arrived
ln port.   But Bhe n.iBsed her train en
route, and that  made lt bad for the
scheme of things
For Kngiish law directs that both
parties shall rejido for three weeks
in a place be/ore marriage by a
clergyman, uniess by special license
from the blsnop. The captain had
neither the Mme to wait, nor the spe
cial license, but he had resource left
to him.
Down to the dock hp hied and chartered a special tug. Then he hurried
his b'lde, a parson, a magistrate and
the chairman of the harbor commissioners aboard the tug and sent them
o-it to sea, while he followed on the
Kum.
As soon as they were beyond the
three-mile limit the manlage muster
-vas called on deck, the knot was
tied, and thc master of the Rum was
���inder new sailing orders. They had
���o return to port for a few hours, and
'he news having been noised abroad
'.he couple were met at the quay by a
big crowd and loudly cheered.
USE ONLYTHE BEST
liium!
PERFUMED
LYE
is tne standard article
READT  FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
foe (Diking ��0��p, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
alnhs, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
���quale 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT IftfXl
TORONTO.ONT
Washington. June -0.���After the
first of next month, ocean-going ves
sels, carrying more than flfty passengers, will be liable to a flne of IBOOO
unless they are equipped with a wireless telegraph capable of transmitting
messages to a distance of not less
than 100 miles, and manned by an
operator carrying a certificate issued
by this or a foreign government. Regulations governing wireless equip*
ment, under an act of congress passed June 24, 1910, to become effective
July 1, 1911 were Issued by the commissioner of navigation today. Three
inspectors ln charge of the Atlantic,
middle Atlantic and Pacific divisions
und collectors of customs, are authorized to enforce the law.
To secure certlflcates, wireless operators must pass examinations at
one of the government navy yards or
naval stations. The regulations require that sufficient current for the
operation of wireless apparatus shall
be furnished at all times while a
vessel is underway and give notice
that after January 1, 1912, ships must
'provide storage batteries cr other
auxiliary for the equipment in case of
an accident to the vessel's dynamo.
WORRIES  AT  END;
INVENTOR  WILL TRAVEL
New York, June 20.���James B.
Hammond, a millionaire Inventor,
hopes to escape business cares for
the remainder of his life by sailing
from here July 1 on a cruise that is
planned to last twenty-eight years,
or until he ls 100 years old. Despite
his seventy-two years. Mr. Hammond
visits the shipyards dally and is personally in charge of the preparations
for the trip, which is to be made in
a new yacht, the Lounger II., which
h" designed himself and intends to
present after his death to the Smithsonian Institute as a model of marine architecture.
Ghost In  Billiard Room.
Merlden, Conn., June 20.���A
"ghost" that plays billiards and pool,
rings bells and keeps the help on the
jump both day and night is worrying
Merlden's fashionable Home club and
many members threaten to resign.
The ghost rings the front door bell
every afternoon. The porter Ands no
one, but soon the bells in the grill
and barrooms begin to mysteriously
buzz every number on the Indicator,
the pool and billiard room being the
favorite haunt. Late at night, when
the players have quit, a ghostly game
ls played.
FLOATING COAL STOCK
FOR NORTHERN 8YNDICATE
Spokane, Wash., June 20.���One
hundred thousand dollars worth of
I stock Is being floated by Andrew
Laidlay, the well known Spokane
mining man for the Northern Coal
syndicate which has located a group
of claims In the Pine river pasB, o.i
the boundary line of Alberta and
British Columbia. 400 or 500 miles
northwest of Edmonton.
The ls now being underwritten by
the Canadian-American Securities
company of New York. With Mr.
Laidlaw, Frank VUleneuve, an expert
French-Canadian coal prospector, Is
Vancou- behind the project, the latter being In
'sea ser- the Pine River country at the pres-
pent" which was recently washed ent time, selecting properties that
ashore there. Capt. J. T. Walbran of are to be operated by the syndicate,
the marine department has received While the group of claims ls far from
a tooth taken from the strange deep- civilization, Mr. Laidlaw states that
sea denizen swept ashore and dls- the chances for transportation faclli-
covered  by  officers  of  the   steamer   ties are excellent, three railroad sur-
SERPENT'S SKELETON
FOUND OFF COAST
Victoria, June 20.���Arrangements
are expected to be made soon to bring
to Victoria from Catala island at the
entrance of Esperanza Inlet,
ver Island, the skeleton of a
Time Time
of . of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00��� United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).23:00
8:00���Vancouver via 11. C. K. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8.00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. 11.
(dally  except   Suuday). .11:15
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday )..10:00
8.00���Victoria via B. C.  BL R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.   E.   R.
(dally except Sunday) .11:15
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All  points east  and   Europe   (dally)  8:30
22:30���All poiuts east and Europe   (dally)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)        8:30
10:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam    (dally  except
Sunday)        8:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (dally    except
Sunday)        11.15
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Oulchon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annieville.  Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
10:50���Vancouver,   Piper's   Siding     via     G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (daily  ex-
(daily except Sunday) .14:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day        14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except 8unday   16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except  Sunday)    23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (dally    except
Sunday) 9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 	
11:80���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Coghlan, via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).
9:46
8:30
Leebro. The tooth, about an Inch
and a half In length is like a miniature saw, and was hinged In the law,
the teeth "seemingly being crossed
like a pair of sclBsors when biting.
The carcase ls decomposing. It Is
sixteen feet long and twelve Inches
In diameter, covered with a rough
skin, and the eyes, still in the sockets when the tooth brought to Victor!* wns taken from the head, ar�� a*
large aB apples. The top of the head
Is covered with coarse hair.
veys having already been completed
through the pass, against 3G00 feet
for the Yellowhead pass, tbe only
other logical gateway between large
portions ot Aiberta and British Columbia.
DANGER OF MAN
BEING TOOTHLESS
VESSEL RUNS ASHORE
IN FOG; CREW SAVED
BUSINESS D1R ECTORY
JOARD OF TRADR��� NEW WEST-
minster Board ot Trade meets In tne
board room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday ot each month;
quarterly meeting on tne tnira
Thursday ot February, May, August
and Novenjt>er, at n p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meetio��. C. M.
Btuart-Wade. secretary.
Toronto, June 20.���That a comparison and study of teeth of man and
monkey showed that the latter animal was of far more recent origin
than man, was one of the statements
of Dr. Hordllcha, anthropologist of
the Smithsonian Institute of the
United States National Museum at
Washington, who addressed the Ontario Dental association last night.
He described the evolution of the
human tooth as man became civilized,
The result of a changed diet an:l the
eating of grain was smaller canine
teeth and then smaller molars. Following this came the development of
man's chin, with the receding of the
dental arch.
The speaker said that human teeth
will grow smaller and may disappear.
1 He also made thc strange statement
I that one sign of civilization  was the
| elimination or partial elimination   of
the wisdom teeth.
FEAR OF SMALLPOX
HAS CURIOUS RESULTS
Montreal. June 20���Tlie corridor of
th" Medical Health department of the
city hall, was crowded this morning
by a miscellaneous gathering of men
needing certificates of vaccination before they could secure employment;
women with babes in arms going to
be vaccinated, factory girls and
others. At one time all girls ct an
entire tobacco factory were present,
and Dr. Laberge had to work very
i rapidly to dispose of the crowds, so
: as to admit, the others continually
I coming. The notice of the department, that any factory that did not
enforce the law requiring vaccina-
' tion of all their employees would in
the event of a case of smallpox belns
discovered, be visited with the strictest quarantine measures ls responsible for vaccination.
The quarantine on the Hotel D'eu
where smallpox was discovered this
week will last for fourteen days.
Everything ls reported to be going on
well within the walls, and at the end
of two weeks if no other cases are reported, the hospital wlll he relieved of
the restrictions under which lt is now
laboring.
Halifax, N. S., June 20.���Miles out
of her course, on account of a dense
fog, the British steamer Ben Ern,
with coal from Sidney, N. S., for Bt.
John, N. B., ran ashore on Half Meoa
ledge, twenty miles from Barrlngton
Heads last night. The crew reached
shore safely in Bmall boats. The
Ben Ern is under charter to the Dominion Iron & Steel company, but ls
owned by the Straight Back Steamship company, Ltd., of Glasgow, and
is valued at about $225,000.
Convicts Are Killed.
VVaynesvllle, N. C, June 20.��� Four
convicts were killed, twelve probably fatally wounded, and seventeen guards and convicts more or
less seriously hurt by the collapse of
the bull pen In which they were
housed in a mountain pass ln this
county today.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets on sale June lfi, 17, 21, 22,
27, 29, 30 and throughout July, August
and September.
Toronto  Express  leaves    9:10
St. Paul, Kootenay &   Okanagan
train  leaves    14:35
Imperial Limited leaves 19:10
Standard and tourist sleepers and
observation compartment cars on all
trains.
For full particulars and rates apply
to
H. W. BRODIE, E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar Btore. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, coram* Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam 8
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot-
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.  .
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, filO Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     2��
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND  GAME.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.    Room,
BTENOGRAPHY^l^T^^
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenogr*.
pher; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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The Golden Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company.
This sign on a can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream, lt combines at a
low price tlie highest quality and the greatest purity, the finest flavor and
the neatest power of nutrition. Por infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
Js h luxury. It is equal to the liest of ordinary cream for all purposes. I-'or
many purposes it is infinitely superior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for  infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take no chances.
llauclif'uc booklet r,f valuable Information to mothers and numts sent fit* upon application.
Sold by Hc-rt Grocers  ExJerytvhere '
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY it     InSersoll, Oni.
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SMALLER  REPUBLICS
LIKELY   TO   REUNITE
Washington, June 20.���A movement afoot in South America looking
to the renewal of the old union of
the five republics which originally
formed the grand republic of South
America, has been known to the stat.-
department for some time past,
though details cf the extent of the
agitation have been lacking.
Indications are that conferences
will be held ln Caracas, capital of
Venezuela, just following the celebration of the centenary of the independence of that country next month.
The state depai tment for years has
ANOTHER NOVELIST
WILL GO UP NORTH I
jsgfi&WSf
Hubert Footner, an Author of Hamilton, to Follow  Example of
Service.
Edmonton, June 19.���With but one
companion, Hulbert Footner, of Hamilton, Ont., author of  "Two   on   the
wanted the smaller republics in South' Trail,"  will leave  civilization  behind
1 anil Central Amtrica united in sfon
| governments, and would welcome a
I combination like that proposed, be-
I lleving that it would Knd to moi"
ttuljle govemmeht.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your 'kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
BOARD OF TRADE
FORMED AT STEAMBOAT
Steamboat h-.is organised a Board
of Trade. At an enthusiastic meeting held ln Mclntyre K*. Raymond's
h':tel in the second townsite, tlie organization was ejected. David
Sloan, aiaayer, wa elected president
snd  I.  Thomas,  Merchant,
within a few days and go deep Into
the wilderness of the Canadian northwest from which he only recently re j
turned.    The proposed trip, however,
will be in the nature of an   exploration.    Mr.   Footner  wrote  friends  a:>
he was leaving Sault Ste. Marie that
he   would   disembark    at    Edmonton
I early in June and head west through
| the Yellowhead pass, down tho Fra
i ser   river   to    Discombportage,   and
tlience to Summit Lake, the source oi!
I the main branch of tbe Peace River,
a distance of about  1200 miles,    and
j make a side trip into the Ray   river
country,  which   has   never  been   ex-
secretary.   ,)lorel ,,y white men.    The trip doA-n
The ineeting was attended by miners'
SBflVl
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
1 Soap washes over tlie surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
^ GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ i /��.
portions to cleanse s>^S\l///
easily, vigorously, J^ n /y
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
*        Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake.
and residents who Raw the value to
the district of an organization to advance their common interests. The
Hoard of Trade will act in the ptaCd
of a taun council, or a Citizens' committee. It will lake care of the sanitation, fire protection and of street
paving and lighting. More than this
it will establish a bureau of Information, and answer any queries concerning the town or the district that
may be made by persons desiring to
visit or settle in the locality.
the Peace river has never been made
by any white men except the fur
traders. The whole join ney will occupy from three to four months.
WILL NOT TOLERATE
FOREIGN   MONOPOLIES
SEA80N   FAVORABLE  FOR
FIELD CROPS IN CANADA
Ottawa, June 20.���A bulletin of the
census and statistics office Issued today states that the season this year
has been favorable for field crops In
all parts of Canada, and excellent reports have been received from all the
provinces. The lowest percentage of
condition is made for fall wheat,
which suffered from in adequate protection in the winter months, and also to some extent from spring frosts.
The areas of fall wheat are greater
than last year by 4.50 per cent, and
Chihuahua, Mexico, June 20.���The
selling immeliately of miUctis of
dollars' worth of foreign property lu
Mexico is announced. Governor
Abraham Gonzales declared that under the new regime foreign concerns
would not be extended o r renewed
and a legal effort would be made to
restrict foreign companies, now existing in Chihuahua, one of the richest states In minerals and timher,
which is practically controlled by
British, American and German Interests.
"All Americans who grieved at the
downfall of tho Diaz administration
will find that their grief was well-
founded," said Governor Gonzales.
"We do not intend to take away the
riches of any foreigner, who legally
holds them, but we realize that under
the Diaz system the granting of can-
cessions with their ruinous payments
of large sums of money to  Mexican
Mexico."
of  spring  wheat by  13.70   per cent.
The total area In wheat la 10.503!,409 | J^dZli'wM rirui^ellTng'outTf
acres, as compare! with 9,2��t,S00 ln
1910 and 7,750,400 In 1909. The per
cent condition of fall wheat at the
end of May was 80.03, and of spring
wheat 96.09. The area ln oats is 10-
79,800 acres and its condition 94.76,
PARADISE  FOR GAME
HUNTERS   IN  AFRICA
Nomination Ballot
This ballot,  whan  properly filled  out  and  brought ar mailed to
the office of the Daily News wlll count for
ONE THOUSAND VOTES.
as cofnpared with 9,864.100 acres and Mombasa, East Africa, June 20.���Big
93.95 per cent condition last year, game hunters have the chance of
Barley and rye each show a small de- their lives in Africa today. There ls
crease in area, but the condition is in Nyasalani, about 350 miles from
higher than at the same period last the East African coast, a great ele-
year. I phant marsh which   the   government
Slight  decreases  are also  reported  has kept as a reserve for many yea"8.
for areas of peas, mixed grains, and  Now, however, the   growing   settlers j
hay and clover, with per cent condi-   \*y  that  region   are   complaining   bo j
tion of 91.45 for the Dominion, being 'much ot the depredations  of the ani-|
(practically    100   in    Manitoba.    Sas-'mals that the official announcement!
: katchewan and Alberta.   The area of  u made that the reserve wiU shortly
ithe  fleld  crops  named   Is    32.0&1.600'. be broken up.
A acres tor 1611, compared with 30.554,-1      Bo numerous have the herds ot e\e-N
1 200   acrea    tor    1910    and    28,194,*00\ phants,- buffaloes and other -wild anl-
\ acres tor  1909.    In the provinces   otl mals  become  that the  extension   ot'
1 Manitoba. Saskatchewan   and Alherta, the  cotton  and   tobacco   plantations
Logically First
FIT-REFORM was the first in Canada to give
high class hand tailored garments for men at
reasonable prices.
Fit-Reform introduced the Wardrobe System.
Fit-Reform was the first to offer "money back if
satisfaction be not given."
Fit-Reform introduced the Label with price of the garment,
as a guarantee of value to the wearer.
Fit-Reform perfected the system of
sizes, by which every man can secure
perfect fitting garments.
Fit-Reform has made possible the very
I finest Suits and  Overcoats ��� hand
tailored and guaranteed. 301
Who Said
iw
Name  of  Candidate
Street   No.
City
District  No.
Only one of these ballots will te placed to the credit of any one
candidate.
the  area ln  wheat, oats and   barley
as  3,491,413  acres   In   1900,   6.009,-
1 ,1S!i acres in  1905.  11,952.000 acres iu
!  l(��nf>.   and   13.SOP,SOO   acres     In     1910,
i and it is 15,355.500 acres this year.
I The increase of these crops from
j 1900 to 1911 was 2,063,099 acres in
I Manitoba 7,364,816 acres in Saskat-
! chewan and 1,836,073 acres in Al-
��� berta.
F. G. GARDINER.
A. U.  MERCER
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. 3. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
has been stopped because ot the loss!
of life among the natives employed \
on such work.
Up to now natives have been bar- (
red from shooting big game, but the
East African chambers of commerce
are strongly in favor of the restriction being removed as the licenses
now issued to Europeans are not
enough to keep the beasts in check.
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Three years. $9.00   20,000 votes'
Four years, $12,00   40,000 votes |
 80,000 votes!
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Two vears, $8.00  10,000 votes
Three  vears,  $12.00   ....20,000  votes
Four years, $16.00   40,000 voles
Five years, $20.00    80,000 votes'Five years, $15.00
For ten years subscription to ths Daily News by carrier at $40.00, wo
will allow 250,000 votes. ' r��     ��� 1 O 1_
For ten years subscription to the Dally  News by mail, at $30.00, we  j ��nider   &   BretnOUt
will allow 200,000 votes.
for sewer connection s
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P. O. Box 501.
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'For ten years subscriptions'to'tli e Weekly News at $10.00 we wlll give
15,000 votes.
General Contractors
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Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Was and apply
lightly to the ffoor,
let it dry for about
fifteen minutes,
'/ and bring to a
/ polish by light
rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brash to push ���no work���no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try itl Be
sura to ask tor the genuine
Tbe Easiest Aoeliea floor Finish
Edmonton,  Alta., June 20.���A   surprising   departure   in   wedding    ceremonies  was inaugurated  in  this���city
on Saturday afternoon when Rev. J. j
E.  Hughson, of McDougall  Methodist '
church, joined in wee'lock Haiold P.'
Riowii, a well  known   Edmontonl.iri,'
and Miss Mann, of London, England.
The ceremony, which took place at
5 o'clock was conspicuous by a mov-,
ing i icture machine, to take the entire ceremony.      The   purpose, it   Ib
stated, was to preserve th-*. film and ,
reproduce it in later years when the ,
contracting parties are old and gray
and also to show their friends of future years how they looked on the'.r j
wedding day.
William Card, manager of the Or-
pheum theatre who took the moving
pictures of the Coronation festivities
here, officiate! in th" same manner
at the wedding. While this ls tho
first time that moving pictures have
been called in to take a wedding. Mr.
Card has been in great demand
among the aristocracy, to take pictures of their children.
OLD FRAUD UNDER
NEW DISGUISE
Raymond. Wash., June 20.���A
suave and well-dressed Individual recently visited Raymond carrying ln
hlB hanl a small, highly perfumed
hand satchel, containing "Philippine
FernB," dried and shrunken to the
size of a peanut. These, he explained,
lf put ln water for twelve hours, were
guaranteed to open up, take on life,
bloom every thirty days after eight
weeks, and live forever.
The dispenser of this rare plant
met with wonderful success, he was
a most courteous gentleman, a bland
speaker and a thorough salesman,
careful to see that no one was slighted. Every one Was supplied at $1 per
plant, or If they were not, It was because business was bo good among
the business and professional men ot
the city, that the supply had become
exhausted berore the rank and file
had been reached.
The Importer of this Phllipplno
wonder departed, empty of satchel
but full of purse. The plant opened
and died.
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ADVERTISE in thr NEWS THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
earner    ot    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Palfle Managing Director
..-*-""'
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
THE CITY AUDITOR.
The proposal put forward at Monday night's meeting of the councll to
throw open to public competition the
appointment of a city  auditor is to
toe commended, and it is to be hoped
this course will be pursued.    Alderr
man Bryson appears to    have   heen
somewhat  nervous about  the  object
of Alderman Lynch's motion being to
oust Moses B. Cotsworth.   But as this
individual was appointed specially to"-
a term of one year, which term has
now  expired, no question of ousting
hlm can very well arise.   His appointment expired automatically and at the
beginning    of    this    month and    at
present the city does not possess any
auditor.    It  was this latter    circumstance which caused Alderman Lynch
to bring forward his motion. ,.,
We hope the outcome of the step
thus taken will be to secure a good
officer,   one   properly   qualified- both
toy training, experience and,, temperament, to perforin the work of this important   position  in  a  thorough  and
impartial manner.   We do not 'jslieve
that the ratepayers as a whole would
approve the reappointment    of    Mr.
Cotsworth to this position. If he becomes a  candidate  for  the  vacancy.
Even if lt be granted that he.has done
a certain amount of goo! for the city,
as Aldermen Bryson    and    Johnston
claim,  this  has  certainly  heen    discounted by the great mischief he has
wrought and the pain and annoyance
he has  unnecessarily caused by the
methods  he  has adopted.    Unfortun
ately it seems Impossible for aft}- docu
ment    to    be    issued or observation
made by the late auditor that is fair
and unbiassed in character.   Through
all that he has done there has boen
the appearance of a spirit of vindic-
tlveness and a desire to play to the I
gallery.   These are the very qualities
that are not required In the confidential position of a public auditor.
Attitude of Board
% To Cafe Licenses
(Continued from Page Qife.)
their patrons.   All he asked'for was
a square deal.
The mayor and Alderman Campbell
made it  plain  that, this matter was
receiving the attention of the board
of commissioners, and steps were being taken by the authorities to make
for a better order of things ln this
city so far as licensed premises were
concerned.    The time had now come
when  only  those  actually  managing
and running hotels which had restaur-1
ants attached should be allowed also I
to run the dining rooms.   Letting out |
these places to managers for a mat-!
ter of gain would have to be stopped.
It was further decided that the
clerk to the commission write to the
city council that in compliance with
the recent law which was now in
force, every licensed hotel would require to contain thirty bedrooms,
thus bringing this city into line with
Vancouver and other large centres.
Bartender licenses were granted to
J. H. Prevolt and J. H. Hartness.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, 8ASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXE8     LARGE    8TOCK     PLAIN     ANO
FANCY GLAS8.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone 12 New Westminster Box  13/
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It Is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend   for   what   ls
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln tbe future.   Money cannot be invested until lt Is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
HORSE SHOW BUILDING.
We do not think there will be any
���tlifticulty   In  Becurlng   the  signatures
ot one-ten tU of the ratepayer* to   the
petition to the council praying that a
by-law may be submitted to thp ratepayers at large empowering the pro-
-vtfilon  ot  ftUoen thousand  duUara   (ur
the  completion  ot  the  Horse    Show
touilding at Queens park.    This course
of procedure  Is  rendered    necessary
toy  the  Municipal  Clauses Act  under
which the affairs of this city are now
administered.    Nor cli wo expect that
any opi osition  Will   be displayed  towards tiie pas ing of such a by-law.
The provision of this bulling would
toe in many ways a decided Snfiranta^e
to the city. Hs utility would not b3
by any means limited to the primary-
purpose for whicli it. is to bo established and maintained by the K. A.
& I. society. A line large building
of this character, so conveniently
situated woul.l be most useful for
holding important gatherings and
festivals of all kinds. In fact,the want
of a building of this character has
long been felt ln this city, and the
absence of such accommodation has
toecn the means of depriving the citizens of participation in several interesting events. Only recently the
advance agent of the Sheffield Choir
ivas obliged to leave New Westminster o>it of his itinerary by reason "of
there being no means to accommodate
a gathering of such a size as was
necessary to guarantee the expenses
��nf the visit.
��� It ls generally felt by thosr1 interested that the amount sought to t>3
raised would be <iulckly repaid out
or the profits whicli the frequent use
of the building would ensure. At any
event the R. A. & I. society are prepared to repay the loan In from lifteen to twenty years, and to guarantee the interest and sinking fund to
the council in return for its credit.
Tomorrow being Coronation , Day
'there will be no issue of the Dally
.News. This paper will publish as
aisual on Friday morning. The office
-will be open today at the customary
lours.
In connection with the I. O. O. JF.\
Meeting at Cranbrook last week, thei
TFuneral Aid association elected the!
following officers: President, C. S.
"Key.il,-Westminster: vice-president,!
���J.' A. McKay, Vancouver; secretary,!
"W. C. Coatham, Westnfnster; troas-:
���sn-er. X. It. Brown; directors, M. .1 i
"Fhiri"s, Westminster; Peter Wright,
���toeouvc:-;  VV. 11. Walsh, Vancouver.
Baker's Cocoa
and Chocolate
t ���
ARE THE STANDARDS OP THE WORLD,
53 Highest Awards in Europe
and America
rn   - - *
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101. 645 Columbia St. \
THE NEW MILL AT 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
*H For over 131 years those well-known preparations have been made only
at the company's mills (the largest in the world) at Dorchester, Mass.,
U. S. A. In order to keep pace with the rapidly increasing demand for its
goods in the Dominion of Canada and the British Provinces, a large mill has
been put i.i operation i:i Montreal.
H With the finest possible equipment of modern machinery,
with the accumulated experience of more than a eenturv and
1 ���*.
a quarter in Ihe selection and blending of cocoa beans and
by the employment of a perfect mechanical process of
manufacture, consumers and dealers arc assured that the
uniformity of quality and delicacy of flavor which
have made these goods tke standards of the
world will be maintained.
H To facilitate the distribution of goods, selling offices
are located at Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
We guarantee the absolute purity of these
goods under the pure food laws of Canada
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
DORCHESTER, MASS.
MONTREAL, CANADA
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H. BUCKLIN
Pres. and Geni. Mgr. Vice-President. 8ec. and Treaa.
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Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. O. E. QILLEY, Phon* 291.
Phones, Office 1B end is.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
I
YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR
Automobile   Insured
AGAINST FIRE  AND COLLISION.
I can give you full information.   The rates are low.
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia Street Over Bank of Toronto.      Phone 927.
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Can buy or build a home; can buy or improve
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We Make Loans
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Vic-
Tuesday, June 20.
At     Vlctoiia���Vancouver    7,
toria 1.
At Portland���Portland 9, Tacoma 7.
At  Seattle���Seattle  11,  Spokane  4.
SENIOR AMATEURS
READY  FOR  THURSDAY
Following the senior amateur practice at Queens park last evening a I
team was picked for the match against [
the V. A. C. at Recreation park, Vancouver, tomorrow morning. The
executive decided to make several]
changes, Swanson being left off the
home, and Hume being placed at
centre. Patchell is relieved from flrst
defence, and Cooper brought on the
fleld. The boys will catch the 7:45
car from the B. C. E. R. depot, as the
face-off is fixed for 9:30 a.m. The
line-up is as follows: Goal, W. Keary;
point, D. Dlgby; cover point, B. Galbraith; defence fleld, L. Gregory,
Cooper and Fitzgerald; centre, Hume;
home field, J. Gifford. Sclater and J
A. Smith; Inside home, Kenny; outside home, C. Smith; spares, Battson,
Coutts, Swanson and W. Sangster.
SPOKANE WANTS LACROSSE
AT INTERSTATE FAIR
Spokane, Wash., June 20.���Efforts
are being made to revive the good
old Canadian game of lacrosse among
former residents of Canada in this
city. Among the leaders ln the movement are W. A. Mitchell, Robert Morton. Harry Greenaway and Cisco Bul-
llvant. Mayor W. J. Hindley. who
nlayed the game enthusiastically in
his boyhood, is also boosting the
scheme along. Among other former
lacrosse plai ers now in the city are
Barry James, Dr. G. K. MacDowell,
J. H. Featherstone, J. A. Rluehart, Dr.
A. It. Cunningham, Mr. McDonald and
many  others.
It is proposed to bring down teams
from Nelson, Rossland and other
British Columbia towns during the Interstate fair. E. V. Mclntyre, of Ross-
land, has already written to see if
games can be secured with local player. Spokane has already taken kindly to hockey and rugby football In
the various exhibitions of it played
here, and would probably support lacrosse even more enthusiastically, as
its devotees claim it Is the fastest
anl most epectacular of all games.
INTERMEDIATE GAME
POSTPONED  FROM  THURSDAY
good work has been done towards
giving to lovers of the royal and an
clent game a course worthy ol the
name. Those who have been over
the link'i are united In avering that
there is no such teeing grounds on
tiiis coast, and that when the full
eighteen holes are completed, the district will he able to show to the
western country links of which the
greatest devotee might well be proud.
CAPITALS  WILL  HAVE
NO TROUBLE OVER WAGE8
Ottawa, June 20.���In past years it
has been claimed by the capital la-
lacrosse players they took too little
lntereBt In the outcome of their contests, as the ghost walked with such
uncertainty and they are still due
two weeks' salary from last year.
This season, however, there will be
no kick coming., After the game ln
Toronto last Saturday, the mfn were
paid in full, and the announcement is
made by the management that salaries for the fifteen players have been
deposited ln the bank, covering a full
amount . for the whole season |
Whether he Is winner or loser as the
result of hls new venture, owner
Sam Bilsky is at least determined
the players wlll get their money.
All the players are'Insured, and In
the event of incapacitation through
Injury on the fleld will draw $15 a
week. Mr. Bilsky pays the insurance
premiums, and the applicants draw
the money.
"The Old Homestead."
For nearly a quaiter of a century
Denman Thompson's "The Oil Homestead," which comes to the Westminster opera house on June S*_ has been
seen ln the various cities throughout
the country and the desire to witness
it does not seem to show any abatement. It may well be called a problem play, the problem being how to
account for the really phenomenal
success which it has enjoyed through
all the theatrical seasons that have
intervened since Mr. Thompson first
presented It to the publlc at the Boston theatre ln the spring of 188C. In
speaking of the success of his play,
the late Mr. Thompson said he had
never doubted what the ultimate result would be if only he could succeed
in convincing ihe theatregoing public
that he was presenting on the mimic
stage real live people and not tho
venerable pictures which our fathers
knew in the days of John Owen's
"Solon Shingle" with his "bar'l of apple sass." And when people began
to realize after a while that way back
in boyhood days they had known char-
j attt-rs   like   Uncle   Josh,   Cy   Prime,
iSeth Perkins. Aunt Matilda and    tho
i rest, they were not slow to come to
tbe conclusion that at last the real
Yankee farmer had been transplanted
from  the New England farm  to the
stage.   "The Old Homestead" becamj
a  success   from  the   start,   and   the
| reason lt is so successful in this its
| twenty-fifth season Is due to a great
extent to the fact that the same attention is paid to detail as at the beginning.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
CIVILIAN   RIFLE  ASSOCIATION
SHOOTS AT BROWNSVILLE
This afternoon at two o'clock a
shoot wlll be held by members of the
rifle association at the ranges of
Brownsville. Those who .desire to
participate ln a suggested coronation series of matches are requested
by the executive of the N. W. C. R.
A. to attend at the ranges today, so
that the officials may get some Idea
of how many would be present on
Thursday. Provided there is a number large enough to merit putting up
Bpeclal prizes, a big meet will take
place at Brownsville to morrow and
all who take an interest ln the art
of marksmanship should turn up this
afternoon and help the officers who
are always willing to give time and
attention to the welfare of the association.
Why
Is the Ansco Film In sucb high public
favor ? Because It haa chromatic
balance (an ability to render color
tones ln their correct value).
Sons of England Why
All members of the above order are
particularly request?d to attend the
Coronation parade to be held in Vancouver on the 22nd. This being an
event every Englishman should be
deeply interested In, a large attendance Js looked for. Any patriotic
Englishman who ls not a member of
the S. O. E. society, and is not taking
part ln the parade with any friendly
society will be heartily welcomed to
Join ln the parade with the above
society. A very handsome souvenir
badge wlll be given all those taking
part in the parade.
F. W. PURVIS. President.
H. DISNEY, Secretary.
Are the users of Cyko Papers so well
satisfied ? Because tbey secure print i
equal, to those made by professional
photographers.
Why
WEST END JUNIOR8
WIN FROM
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave.  and  Second  St.
BREAD SPECIALISTS.
Phone 435.
Can we save you a nice figure on Roll
Film Cameras ? Because we handle
Independent lines not controlled by a
price restricted plan.
Let  us help you    In    your    photo
troubles.    We know the business.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. 32 Sixth Street.
New Westminster, B.C.
BEAVERS
The Intermediate game between
the East Burnaby and Regina teams
set for Thursday has been postponed
on account of the holiday, and will
probably be played on Monday or
Tuesday next.
Official Opening of B. C. Golf Links.
On Saturday the official opening ot
the  B. C. Golf club  links   will   take
place,  and   invitations  have  been  Issued  for the ceremony.      The course
which Is one of nine holes for the
present. In situated itf Coqtttl Inm and
In thc lirlef period which has Intervened since the incorporate! club officials took over the   property, much
The West End Junior lacrosse team,
winners of the city league, went over
to Vancouver last evening, an.l on th-��
Powell street grounds beat the
Beavers by six goals to one.
Sangster scored three, Storme two
and Feeney one. The West End lineup was composed: Goal, G. Sangster;
point, VV. Mortison; cover, M. Mortison; defence field, Macdonald, Hard-
man and G. Adams: centre, L. Sangster; home, Huggard, R. Henderson
and Cook; inside, Storme; outside,
Feeney
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
1
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, jB. C.
ON MORTGAGES
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
!:.
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
I:
The WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham Dresses, all in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies' Wash Skirts in white and colors from $1.65 up
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
Now on the
market
MEADS'
Subdivision
District, lot 171, corner Sixth avenue and Twentieth street.
New cutoff runs through property
and the Ehurne carline just below.
Cheap taxes, cheap carfare, pure
spring water, beautiful view.
Just 22 lots on the subdivision and
Prices range from
$700 up
the terms are very easy, viz; one-
quarter casli, balance G, 12, 18 and 24
months.
If you wish to secure n lot In this
choice subdivision you will have to
hurry!  hurry!  hurry!
McQuarrie Bros.
THE KING 1
Will not be better
dressed than the men
wearing our clothes
on   Coronation   Day.
We have exactly what
is correct in Men's Suits
and we have plenty of
them to choose from.
It has always been the
platform of this store
to give satisfaction.
Our Clothing wins trade
 and holds it.
Handsome Spring and Summer Suits,
$15*00, $18.00, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00.
Hats From tke Best Makers, j
Choice Toggery tkat cannot te found elsewkere.
Store Open This Evening.
Reid & McDonald
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River It is a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Ptumea 1A17,  Rill.
A.   BCTTERFIELD,  ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Phon* ��3.
m
Hindoo Rheumatism Oil
Stops all aches and pains, bruises and barns, etc., In a few second.?.
and is the best for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and stiff and- swollen Joints unless the trouble lies deep within the bone. Absolutely
harmless;    Contains no Injurious drug.   From all druggists.
INDIA   MEDICINE   CO.
Fraser Mills, B.C.
���'
To Builders or Investors
Good Lot on Third street $1500;
1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months.
MCBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929.
Room 16, Collister Block.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TQ  FIGURE YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
601 Columbia Street.
The Clothiers
Phone 696.
622 Columbia street.
Hand
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin     JEXefeR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and 8.C.C. R'y
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T.HE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   .UNE 21, 1911.     l
Candidates All Show Decided Gainsi
The Auto That Will Be Given Away
Bv The Daily News, Aui. 5, was purchased from the McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd.
y b. c. BRANCH:   1235 PENDER  STREET WEST, CORNER JERVIS, VANCOUVER.
Wide Interest Shown In AU Districts-Thousands of Votes Being Received Daily-New
Contestants Enter Every Day-Subscribers Are Entitled to VotesWhen Paying
Arrears as Well as When Paying in Advance���Votes Are Issued on
Any Payments on Subscriptions of $1.00 or More���The Prizes
Are Worth Working For.
The $1750 Auto is on Display atT. A. Muir & Go's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be  Setn at the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jewelry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
The contest Is fairly on Its way
and llie people all o-er the country
are aroused to meet the demands
made upon them by the young ladles
who are soliciting votes, lf a littlo
effort is displayed the people wlll be
glad to hei'/ you, and you vyill Iind
getting subscriptions not at ali burdensome, in fact, il will grow to be
a pleasure. There are so many peculiar and funny incidents happen in a
day out after votes that, you wi.l be
sorry when the contest ls over. ' A.
few of the contestants have done very
well up to this time and tlie contest
manager feels that the support already given has honestly been earned.
(
Contest Is Young.
Although the race has been started
two weeks the voting has been
light up to date, and there are still
plenty of opporttinties for hustlers to
start right in and win ono of tbe
many prizes offered in each of the
three districts. Take District No. 3
for instance, there are only a very-
few real workers and it would not
take much of an effort to out-distance any one in that territory
through Judicious work among your'
friends.
Timely Warning.
If you don't get subscriptions, some
one else will do sa and while
It is just getting started get out anil
do your little work on the quiet. A
reserve will do you lots of good and
It can best be acquired by getting
fieoplo to subscribe to the Dally
News.
Make up your mind right now that
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The Prizes.
Eleven ln all.    Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wl.l be
divided Into the  three districis as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in the
three districts combined will bo awarded the $1750 McLaughlin
Buick  touring car.
Tbe candidate receiving the most votes In the remaining tlv.ee
districts will lie awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchuse.l
from the Columbia piano' house and is on display at their s.ore, the
Walker block, 425 Columbia street.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
���winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of tlie district jirli.es.
The   Nine  District  Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased   from   the   Westminster   Modern
Business college.   They are good for eight months tuition and worth
$90 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased fio-n
Galloway & Lewis and can D? seen at their store, corner Fourth
aid  Columbia streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford'"* Jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District
In order to give every candidate an  equal  chance   to   become
the possessor of one of these valuable prizes the territory has been
'divided into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits. fl
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District. No 3���All territory covered by the Daily and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
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"Model 27" Price Complete, $1750
The purchasing of a motor car resembles the purchase of a diamond or
a precious stone: tlie reputation of
the firm from which either is purchased must be absolutely reliable.
Long before^ we entered Into our
motor   car   construction,   the   name
and by thorough workmanship In unseen details.
The undeniable success we have
met with in marketing our produc:
can be attributed only to a wide, accurate knowledge of what is right and
ftcs't."  This   knowledge   we   have en-
"McLaughlin" was symbolic    of    the  deavored to transmit to our auttomo-
Secret Ballot.
It is pointed out that if the contestant so wishes he can turn in his
subscriptions, and havo his votes issued as a secret ballot. This is the
votes will not be taken into consideration, except at the close of a period.
yon are going to be aae of the prize | or ln the event of a special prize being
winners and strive to attain that end. i offered.
Ci You can do it if you try. Do not
wait until the last moment, but start
, / right now. If your lame is already
entered In the list ami you have Jiot
done much as yet begin now.
Unpaid  Subscription:  Count.
All  subscribers  to the Dally News j
who are in arrears on their subscription   account,   and   who   settle   same,
are entitled to votes according to the
Miss Bell Hood, 513 Queens Ave. Ifi50
Miss M. Elley, 226 Third St 1340
Miss Helen C. Day, 208 Regina
St 1450
Mrs. Poigndestre, 39 Albert Crescent    I960
Miss  Genevieve  Driscoll,    402
First
Miss Katie
Miss Hazel Kenny, 417 Second
St 1200
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St. George    1420
perfect- conveyance���42 years' ex
j perlence. We have endeavored to uphold this reputation as our automobile
j manufacturing developed. The construction of our cars is not upon experimental lines, but on the contrary, their effectiveness and durability has been brought about by yea-a
of careful development and designing,
biles, producing a CT.r well worthy of
the Canadian public and one of whicli
they may well feel proud.
This may be read by some who.
while remotely considering the possibilities of a motor car. either for
business or pleasure, ttill have not
reached the point whore they are
Justified in making the expenditure.
Now, if you are In that position,
your hesitation can only be the result
of a wrong viewpoint���you are looking upon the motor car as a luxury���
an extravagance.
1 Get rid of that thought. Kvery careful student of economics today admits
that the motor car is not a luxury-
It pays Its way as a time-saver and a
i health conserver.
Did  you  ever  hear  of  a   motorist
speaking  in   terms  of  dissatisfaction
of the Idea of owning a car ?   If you
did. it is safe to say that the car he'
owns I snot a McLaughlin -Buick.
owns is not  a  McLaughlln-Buick.
schedule.    When  you  pay  your  sub-1 Miss Winnie Keary, 72 First St. 1160
scription   be   sure    you    receive  the | Miss Marie Morrow, 321 Queens
voteB to which you are entitled.
Dont  Lose   Hope.
No candidate should   lose hop*, as
the    difference   of   a   few    thunBuud
voteB is nothing, as it meanB 4��ut a
���couple  ot   yearly    subscript ona    and i     ��� you do your ^.at and tall to win
there are a little more than, six weeHa   the flrBt gTand prtzej you can be a8
remaining   In   whlcb    to   secure  ������>-.I Burea   that  it   you  come  out  second
acriptlons and close the ctwBm wtilcb-.l begl m  VOUT distrlct  you wm gct    a
now   separates  those   in   other    PO^M-prize that is worth    ten    times    the
tlons from  first place.     Many  people I effol.t ,]ave      , fo|th tQ w,��� u
are willing to help young ladies and
are only waiting to J��e asked, an* Uiei\ _���___
first candidate lo ask. of course, will
lie the ones to receive the votes; so
it is Imperative that tliose fvho desTe
to enlarge their count get among: lhe
people an.l make their cause known.
There is so much to win and so
many   opportunities  to gain    by  pe
ESSffllii 2nd GRAND PRIZE ZsS&Si&Sr"
WORMWim PIANO
DESCRIPTION.
New improved sole with heavy iron plate. Doable veneered in
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length spinning music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining i edal. Rolling fa'l, continuous hinges throughout. Trichor.l over-strung scale. Elastic i��-
peating action, ivory kevs. 7 Vi octaves. Patent noiseless pedal
action. DIMENSIONS.
Height, 4 feet G Inches. Width,  5   feet  1 %   Inches.   Uepth,
Standing of Candidates.
sistent effort. Study the proportion carefully, and you wi I see that
it is easy to be the winner of a prize.
if you want to hoost for a gi e iter
British Columbia, send the Daily
News to some of your fylends and at
the same time help some young lady
in ihe contest.
Subscriptions  Easily  Obtained.
The Daily News is so well knewn
and is so far ahead of auy othor news-
paper in its held tbat it is an easy
matter to induce your friends and acquaintances to become regular subscribers. The votes obtained on a
two dollar subscription will placo you
in a strong position, and with a little
extra effort you can reach Ste top.
lt is a pleasure to suggest to a
friend the advisability of subscribing
to the Daily News.
Old Subscriptions Count.
All subscribers to the Daily News
may participate in this contest,
whether old subset ihers or new.
Votes are Issued on all subscription
payments of one dollar or  more.
Contest Closes August 5.
Nol quite seven weeks remain to
secure the votes necessary to win the
big prizes. Just think of it, e'even
prizes having a value of $300.) offered;
absolutely free to successful contestants in the three districts. Any cf
tliere magnificent prizes aie wo:th a
strenuous effort
Stories and  Rumors.
The many contestants wlll be continually  hearing various rumors and
stories    wliich     may    be  circulated,
either with a desire to impress    the
friends of other candidates  with  the
success which Ib attending the efforts
of those about whom the rumors are
epread.    Or  (as in the case of a certain class of story that is bound    toi
crop  up  In  a  large contest  of    this j
llature) with a view to causing other j
candidates  to  retire  from    the    con- j
test, thus giving those who may desire lo create this particular style of:
discontent   a much greater chance of
EU"CCBS. !
Absolute Secrecy.
This method ensures absolute secrecy, and should, therefore, appeal to
those of the candidates who are nd-
ve-se to showing their hand to the
Tei:t, an'.! to the publlc at large.
Nominations for the big automobile
contest are published below, and
show the growing interest in the
competition. Look them through, and
see if you cannot add that of a
friend.
1140
1100
1000
1350
District No. 1���All territory west of
east side of Sixth street, wi:hin New
Westminster city limits.
Votes.
Miss Elizabeth Orr, 422 Eighth
Street         1240
Mrs. J, E. Insley. Clarkson St.  ..5140
Misa Ethel Buckland, (109 Qu?ens
Avenue         1150
Miss Brooks, Thirteenth St 1650
Miss Eunice Pride, 421 Ash St..  1170
Miss Frances Cunningham. 727
Third Ave	
Miss Hilda Graham, 516 Ash St.
Miss May Kitson, 52 Sixth St. ..
Miss Laura Lavery, 60S Carnarvon St	
Miss Bonnie Tidy, corner Tenth
St. and  Fourth Ave   1340
Miss Irene Kickhoff, 725 Carnarvon  St    1200
Miss Mary Eastman, Eightli St.
and Queens Ave	
Miss Mary Antoine, Eighth St.
and Fourth Ave	
Miss Johnson, fill Ash St	
Miss Sangster, 422 Sixth St.  ...
Miss Anna Itusse'.l, 509 Holland
St	
Mrs. W.  E. Fales, 67 McKenzie
St 3450
Miss   Ethel    Ennls,   811    Royal
Ave   1750
Miss Helen Shaw, 214 Mowat St. 3550
Mrs,
Mrs.
Ave 1200
Miss     lAlllan      Jenkins,      603 1
Fourth   Ave 1750
Miss   Ruby   Fletcher,   117   Third
Ave 1450
Miss    Ruth    Robinson,    Queens
Park       1 TOO
Miss Rogers, 227 Third St 1680
Jennie Bryson, 225  Fourth Ave. 1000
Miss Daisy.Dawe, Fourth St. and
Quens Ave 1100
Miss Kathleen Welsh, 325 Sherbrooke St., Sapperton    1000
Miss  Naomi  Rolph,    221    Third
St 1000
Miss Adele Bilodeau, 214 Carnarvon St 1540
Miss G. Corrigan, 122 Royal Ave. 1490
Mrs. Winnie Tait, 29    Columbia
St 1760
Miss Evelyn Cunningham 3670
Miss C. Boule 1G10
Mrs. E. Thompson   1140
Mrs.  C.  S. Davies,  314  Warren
Ave 1000
2   feet   8  l��.
SSiSS The Columbia Piano Co., 4b?a5 SS��t
See   the   Three  Beautiful   Furniture   Sets
District N'o. 3���All territory covered
by the Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
That the Daily News is giving away August Sth. They
were purchased from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
Miss  Pearl  Brice,  Ladner
1000
1190
1000
1220
1000
1090
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley   1000
Mrs. ,1.  C. Kidd,  Milner      1170
Mrs.  G.  W.  Sterling,   Le  Roche
Landing         1150
Mrs.   Rawilnson,  Langley      1000
Mrs. F. E. Hen ing, Fords Landis     1230
Viss Stjwart, Fraser Mills   1500
Miss Florence Lord, Ladner   1000
Miss   Ruby   Kirkland,   Ladner...  1200
Miss    Kathleen    McBride,   Port
Guichon moo
Miss  Katie Neilson, South Vancouver    1000
Miss   Annie   Hambrook,   South
Vtncouver        1200
Miss Rosy Philcox, Mission .
Christie McGregor, Ladner ..
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Lander
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner 	
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner
Miss Emma Chlddell, Ladner
Three $96.00 Scholarships in
the Wesiminster Modern
Business College
Will be given away by the Daily News
August 5th, 1911.
E.  Sterling, 612  Brantford 1400 | Miss Juanlta McClusky, Ladner.
Thompson      lHio!Mi8S 0Ilve Alexander. Sunbury.
Violet   McGuffen,  208    Eleventh
St    2300
MIbs Olive Archibald, 532 Sixth 1050
Mrs. R. Collie, 1015 St Andrews 1020
Mrs. L.  MacLean    3100
1000
1000
1130
1000
1000
1000
If) 00
1000
1060
1(100
Our premises are large and airy,
Occupying the upper floor of the Cunningham building, which is situated
in the busiest, business section of the
city. This is no small advantage. It
is most central for business men wbo
wish to call on us to obtain office
help, and as all  car  lines    pass our
Miss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury..
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner	
Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
Miss G. Dove, North Vancouver 1070
Miss  M.  Peterson,  1510 Charles
2���All territory east of
Sixth  street,  including
St., Vancouver  1000
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills  1000
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver  1000
Mrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam.. looo
Miss Grace Morrison, Edmonds. 4050
Mrs. W.T. McGIloray, Chilliwack
    1000
Miss Huff, Chilliwack     1000
Miss Ethel McCabe, Chilliwack. 10t)0
Mips Florence McLeod, 240 Third I Miss K.  Smith, Abbotsford   ....  lono
St  1050 Miss Efflo Wooler, Abbotsfoid .. 1000
District No
west side of
Sapperton.
Miss Sinclair,
Third Ave
Miss Hosana
Third Ave.
Third   St.   and
1290
Beveridge,    230
1220
doors it is most conveniently located
for all students from the suburban
districts.
Attention is especially called to the
excellent teaching staff and to the
splendid facilities afforde.l students
to secure an extrance into business
life after graduation.
4*tyti$}it
* Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   They are on display at
T.   Gifford's   Jewelry Store,  Columbia Street
Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care
of The Daily News, 'Phone L 22 WEDNESDAY, JUNc   21, 1911.
THE   ����w,
' ms-
OAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Juhn-
n, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
upation carjienter, intends to apply
if permission lo purchase the toi-
wing described lands: Commencing
��� a post planted ut the southeu-1 sidj
of the south end of Read IsLnd anl
St the northeast coiner of T L. 37502
thence west Hi) chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 8j chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
32U acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Wan en, Agtnt
Dated April 10th, 1911.
i^as-w,,
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
TRICT���District  of   New   Westmln-! 	
ster,  B.  C.���Take  notice tbat  Harry I Re the east half of subuibin  lot 55
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation!      block a   (except the roadway), lu
Broker, Intends  to apply for permls-1      the City of New  Westminster.
Bion to purchase the following    dcs-(     Whereas  proof of  the  loss of cei-
crlbed  lands: (tiflcate of title number S3SSA, issuel
Commencing at a post planted at ai 'n the name of Mary EC. Williams, has
point on the westerly shore of Green j been flled iu this office,
lake, whicli point ls situate about! Notice is hereby given that I shal,
sixty (60) chains south-westerly ficiniat the expiration or cne month from
the northerly end of the laid Green the date of tllc flm publication here-
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence |of- ln a dal|y news;aier published in
south 40 ehains, thence east 40 chains I the Uty ��r New Westminster, issue a
more or '.ess  to  the  shore of Green' duplicate of the Bald certificate, unless
  _.!ake,  thence  northerly   following  the'|iu   fne   meantime   valid   objection   be
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Distilct cf j shore of Gren  lake to the point    oflmade to rae ln  *,"��">��
Coast���Take notice that    1, James] commencement, containing one    nun-J
Walker, of Mocsc Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, theuce north 80 chains, tlunee
east 80 chains, thence sout.i CO
chains to salt water, tbence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast coiner of Squlrell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
.   Dated April 6th, 1911.
dred  and  sixty   (160)   acres more or
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent. (
Dated  April   22,  1911.
 C. S. KEITH
District Registrar of Title*.
Land   Registry   Office.   Ne*  Westminster,  B.C.,  May 13,  1S11
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westmln
ster, B. C.���Take nctlce that 1, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occn
pation married woman, Intends to imply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:    -
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of if  Dalsv   , ake  an(J     malkea     Nort
Coast���Take  notice  thai  1,   Lmma  Wegt Pogt; thence south eighty chains
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, 0CCtt|��U0nj-j^g cheakamous river; thence eust
married  woman, intend  to apply  tor|fortj. chalns.     thenee    north    eighty
permission to purchase the Iollowlus  Pna|ns;   thence  west  forty  chains  to
described   lands:     Commencing  a-, a1
post  planted at the southeast corner
of  W    P    S.   142,    thence    east    80
chains, tlience north 40 cbalns, thence
west    80    (.hains, thence    south    4U
chains  to  point    of    commencemen',
containing 320 acrei more or Km.
KMMA  DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Aj;ent.
Dated April 12tb, 1911.
point  of  commencement,    containing
320 acres moie or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March  28, 1911.
1 .      j  i  i      a
NOTICE  TO CREDITORS.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict Cl
COABT���Take notice that I, George
OBborn, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupa-
tlon  carpenter   inteud  to  aPPV    W Columbia  ln   probate     u>
permission to pui ��JMj��Ti*J    dn Roece _cott and LoflU8 Robertt
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���Listrlct of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer
chant, intend to api ly for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: ^T���
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 3^4D-l, and two
miles Dom Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 64o acres more
or less.
II. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Talte notice tbat I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80  chains,  thence   south   80   chains,
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration  to the    estate    oi' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Elizabeth Ann Scott deceased inte-j thence east SO chains to the point ot
state, late of Westminster Junction, commencement and containing 640
were granted by  the Supreme Court - acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
described  lands:    WWUjl 1^ u and a���
SM5^?��j2r thence1 sons having any  claims or demands
e
th
May 2, 1911.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
InChains t ance south 60 chains,' against the said Elizabeth Ann Scott
lsl ��,0 chains    h nee so New  Weg,
.ence west bo chain.. (��������� M       mlnster on the ,nd March( 1911> ar9
<;u chains, containing 360 acres^
GEORGE OSBORN,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 13th, 1911
required on or before the lst day of
July, 1911, to send by post.,.prepald
or to deliver to the undersigned solicitors of the said John Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators,
their names and addresses, and fu'l
riting of their claims,
their accounts veri-
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Dibtricu o
Coast-Take notice that 1, Chrlsto-
pher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc ��� particulars ln wrl
���cupation broker, intend to apply for ] and Btatement of
i>ermi8sion to purchase the following fle(j by statutory declaration, and the
described lands: Commencing at -t nature of the securities, lf any, held
post planted at the southwest corner, by lhem
���of T L 40S84, thence west 40 chains, An(j take notice that after the lst
thence north 20 chains, thence west day 0f juiy> 1911, the said John Reece
40 chains, thence north 60 chains, Scott and Loftus Robert Scott wi.l
I thence east 60 chains, thence south j proceed to distribute the assets of
0 chains, tlience east 20 cbalns, the said deceased among the persons
hence   south   40    chains,  containing j entitled  thereto,  having  regard  onlv
' to  the   claims   of   which   they   shall
then have had notice, and the    said
CHRI8T0PHBR ROWLAND,	
Boone Kerlin, Agent. Jolm fteece gcott and Loftus Robert
Scott, administrators, will not be
liable for any debts or liabilities of
Jated   April   16th,  1911.
fcST LAND DISTRICT-Wrtrlct of  ^TaUEllTaWhAnn Scott of which
jr^zx^otc^J***���not have th���^
rrled   woman, Intend  to apply  for,     _.'...._.-
���.-mteslon t0 purchase the following |     Dated this 5th day of June, 1911.
Jescribed   lands:     Commencing  at  n   WADE,   WHEALLER,   McQUARRlE
post planted at the northeast corner _, MARTIN
of lot  380,  thence west  80    chains,1 a���ii.i,���.���  ,*.   .���,,     -���     -    ���
thence north 80 chains, thence east. Sollcltor8 f<>r J��h"��  R��*ce Scott and
40   chaina,   thence   south   40   Chaina,
thence eaat  40 chains, tbence south
40 chains, containing 480 acrea more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated  April  ICth, 1911.
Loftus Robert Scott.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the  undersigned and  endorsed  "Ten
der  for  Public  Building,   Cranbrooi';,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. in
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the con-
LONDON THUS SAYS
f Nmw is mni
NOTICE  TO CONTRACTOR*
...   ** ,. mm*a, ..,.,..,.*,, a^a.*,!.   CANADIAN PREMIER HAS DONE -���rf.r. -  - "TT"~ . -. _
struction of a Public Building, Cran-1 I Tenders for Car Shops at Tra
l..rar*lr On
brook. B. C, _
Plans, specification and form of con- j
tract 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  that
tenders will not be considered unless
GOOD    SERVICE     ON     FISCAL
QUESTION  ���  PRINCIPLES
IMPERIAL  UNITY.
Near Winnipeo, Man.
nscona,
Arms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place ot
residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
I     Sealed   tenders   addressed  to    the
0   1 undersigned, and marked on the en-
| velope "Tender for Shops" will be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa untll 12 o'clock noon,
of the llth day of July, 1911, for the
construction and erection complete,
ln accordance with the plans and
specifications of the Commissioners,
of shops east of Winnipeg.
Plans,   details    and    specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr. Gor-
London. June 20.���The Times says:
     , "Canada  Ib  unquestionably  handicap
made on the printed forms   supplied, > ped  by  the twelve   favored   natlona
and  signed  with their actual   Bigna-1 treaties negotiated many years ago to I
tures,  stating tbeir occupations   and i 8Uit 0ur convenience rather than hers I
places of residence.     In the case of i The inconvenience has not been very
Arm.   .h��  ������������  -i��� m   ****   -.   apparent ln the past, but the   trade ��� ���__, WI ���,-. ^^
agreement with Washington made li I don Grant, Chief Engineer,    Ottawa,
palpable.    Maintenance of unity will I Ont, and  Mr.  S.  R.  Poulin, District
"" i*" ���*!^""        . k *.r.mm**..!of cour8e- be safeguarded to some ex . Engineer, St. Boniface, Man.
Eacb tender must be accompanied  tent by Laurlei,8 tlllrd principle, un !     Persons tendering are notified that
by an accepted cheque on a chartered  der wh,ch no domlnlon could glve an , tenderB    ���, b/COnsidered unless
bank,  payable  to  the  order   of   the  advantaga to a foreign power it doe J made on the printed forms supplied
Honourable  the  Minister   of   Public I   ot extend t0 tWl        ,��� ag a who]e Commissioners, which may be
%��*2 Z^WSwhlc    He baS d0ne good imperlal 8ervlCe ,u ' had on ^Plication to Mr. W. J. pfess
of the amount of tbe   tender, whica  ,���,.,_��� A _ .         Mechanical Engineer, Ottawa, Ont.
���HT* a_      . - *
Each tender must be signed    and
sealed by all tbe parties to the tender,
will be forfeited if the person tender-1 la>.ing d��wn, wltii B0, much clearnees
lng decline to enter into a contract ��� and e,nPba8ls.    Foreign powers, how
when called upon to do so, or fail  to 1**%' !_?_},?$** 'n thelr dtallng8  ������ �� "- ��uuer
complete the work contracted for. lf j wltn the ��r'tlBh empire more by the and witnessed, and be accompanied
the tender be not accepted the cheque] f, ���� which Its dlfferent colonies by an accepted cheque on a chartered
will be returned. I ^k,e than by the principles they pro    bank of the Dominion of Canada Day-
The Department does not bind it-1 cla1"1- and lf those governments pro- able to the order of the Comm-ssion-
self to accept the lowest or any ten- j ceed ln the interests of closer union ers of the Transcontinental Railwav
der. ^ elaborate   entirely   separate   sys- ( for tbe sum of one hundred thousand
By order, 8tems of commercial  treaties it will | dollars  (|100,000)
C. DESROCHERS,    I fn?'   be   '��ng   ??tore   their   foreign
Secretary ! 'r)ends w111 be able to make the main
tenance of  Laurler's principle   quite
as Inconvenient as the favored   nation treaties are today."
On the suggestion of the home gov-
Department of Public   Works, Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers  wlll  not be paid  for
this advertisement If   they   Insert it,
without   authority   from   the   Depart- ] ernment and In conformity with the
ment). ! resolution of New Zealand, the over-
��� I seas dominions will be   given  wider
I powers  regarding shipping, and  will
j work for greater uniformity In their
immigration regulations dealing with
I the exclusion of aliens.
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA   AND]
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender for construction of
Nelson, B. C. Rifle Range" and addressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, the
15th June, for the construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and specifications may be
���een and full information obtained atj
the office of the District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Fervlces, Headquarters, Ottawa and
t.ie Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nt.son. B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department and ac-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT���District of  New  Westminster.���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend  to  npnl>     for  permission    to  .**. ���, ,K��� ���_,���������. ���. n,_ ****** *.*
purchase    the    following      de-crlb*! Sff f^S^E? ttJKf_
j companied by an accepted cheque on'
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
lands:
able to the order of the  Honourable I
_ ,        . .   ,    .   .   .     . 1 the Minister of Militia and Defence.
Commencing at a post planted about     y ��� amount w���   be      w^ ,f ^
J"1���6.?    0fJht��10Ba ,a   t\    J   P^ty tendering decline to enter into;
L. 31562, thence 80 chains weat, thence �� ^t        or ��,,      com lete ,t ,- ac. ,
��OAST     LAND     DISTRICT���District
of Coast���Take notice tbat I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted southeast corner of
T. L. 31792, thence north 8U chains,! a valid objection thereto be made to
LAND  REOI8TRY  ACT.
80 chains north, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains south to point    oi
commencement, and   containing   640
acres more or less.
__��� W. E. FRY;
Duncan O'Hara. Ascent.
May 19. 1911.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive. 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to 60 Inclusive, being subdivisions
or tbe south hair of section 18.
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate ot indefeasible title to
the above property will ba Issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
thence east 80 cbalns, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation spinster, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
���desciibed lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T. L. :U792, thence west 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
&0 chains, thence north 80 chains to
jioint of commencement, containing
ti40 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEIILER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
CoiiBt���Take  notice   that   I,   James
A. KorreBter, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation  broker,    Intends    to
apply for permission to purchase tho
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
40 chains, thence    south 80    chains,
containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Keillu, Agent
Dated April 19th, 1911
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
the crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance ln fee from Farquhar Mcllae to Benjamin Stevenson
(e) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage
(d) 21st March, 1902. Conveyance
In fee from ,1. D. Buchanan to Benja
mln Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN
STON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dlst let of New Weetmia-
ster.-Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married   woman.   Intend   to  apply   fo'
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains lo
point of commence, and containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent..
May 19, 1911.
cordance with the tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUOKNE F18ET,
CoVoneL
Deputy Minister ot  Mllltla   ana Defense.
Ottawa, May S, 1911
(Newspapers will not   be paid   it\
they Insert this   advertisement without authority from the Department).
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS ANO
CANAL8, CANADA.
HUDSON  BAY  RAILWAY.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re north half of lot 34, blo:k "11," sub.
division of lot 30, group 2, ' st
Boundary Bay, map 712, ln tha
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of ce--
tiilcate of title numher 9410K, issued
in the name of Arthur de Brlssac
Owen, has been fl'.ed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westmin
ster.-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-, | rc��}aj[��
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east SO chains, thence nortli
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will be received at this office,
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
of August, for a section ot about 185
miles  from  Pas  Mission  to  Thicket
NFW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-  0f< jn a dally newspaper published In
TRIST���District  of  New  Westmln-  the City of New Westminster, issue a
ster, B.C.���Take notice that Charlea
Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described landB: Commencing at a
post planted at northeast point of
unchartered island, thence following
the shore to print of commencement,
containing three acres more or less,
about two miles south of Pender
Harbor at Point Francis, and about
J 50 feet southwest from lot 997, and
200 feet southeast from lot 2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
May 29th, 1911.
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection he
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WE8TMINSTER.  B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THI DAILY NEWS-
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract to be entered into can bo
seen on and after Wednesday, May
31. at the office of the Chief Engineer
of the Department of Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
Bay Railway, Winnipeg, at which
places forms of tender may be obtained.
Parties tendering will be required
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or to be prepared by the Department of Labor, which schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors are requested to bear
in mind, that tenders will not be considered unless made strictly in accordance with the printed forms, and
ln tbe case of Arms, unless thera are
attached the actual signature, the
nature of the occupation, and place
of residence of each member of the
firm.
An accepted bank cheque for tho
sum of $200,000.00 made payable to
the order of the Minister of Rallway-i
and Canals must accompany each tender, which sum will be forfeited lf
the party tendering declines entering
Into contract for the work, at the
rates stated In the offer submitted.
The cheques thus sent ln will be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted. ���
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment of tho
contract to be entered into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canah
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers  inserting this  advertisement without authority from the'
Department will not be paid for it.)
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681  Columbia Street.
The cheque deposited by the party
whose tender ls accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as security for, the
due and faithful performance of. the
contract according to its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are rejected will he returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,    .
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from tbe
Commissioners will not be paid for lt.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 561, comprising
the following lands in the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price
of $2150.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 16th day of August next,
at the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 551, situate in
tbe Province of British Columbia, in
township 4, range 28, west of the 6th
Meridian, and comprising that portion
of tbe island in sections 13 and 24,
lying east of the Indian reserve, containing an area of 215 acres, more or
less.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and tbe ground rental for the first
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in tbe
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may he secured on application to tha
naderalcned. or to the Crown Timber
Agassi at New Westminster.
.        V.* O. KBYKS,
Secretary.
t Department et tMr Interior,
1        Ottawa, May 20, Y911.
W*TM NOTICK.
".'"��-;''- ' *
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain a
licence  fn  the  Burnaby   Division  qt
' New Westminster district.
fa). The name, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing, Burquitlam, B. C. rancher.
(b). The name of tbe lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the descrrtp-
tion is)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic���and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(g). The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on the
12th day of June. 1911, and application wiil be made to the commissioner on the 14th day of July, 1911.
at 2:30 p. m.
(1). Give the names nn:l addrersas
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to bo affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet���Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road. Burquitlam, B. Ci Mr. White. Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Green
road.
C. E. COTCHING,
Burquitlam, B. C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY NEWS
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers.
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567
B.C.
Advertise in
The Daily News
i 1
' WCONBCOAY, JUNE  21,  1911.
W.   "���'���-"    '"1
Do you
want to
swing ?
��
We have
City News
Owing to the absence trpm Vancou- .
ver of the officials who are in charge
of the steamer which is required for
the outing, the committee of the citizens annual picnic are unable to
move in furtherance of the arrange- j
ments until next Monday. ;
Members of No. 1 flre   hall   were |
busily   engaged   yesterday   installing
the appliance for the supply  of the'
motive power for the fire auto   and
Chief Watson's car.     the appliance
I has been fixed up behind the fire hall,
1 and ls connected to the h|$ engine by
special jlplng.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
iv.;/I
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "is that my home
on flre." Why worry; take out a pol
icy In one of the quick settlement
companies which I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANGL
RANGES
Just received a
carload  ol the
fatnous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
The adjourned monthly me?ting of
the Royal Columbian hospital board
will be held this afternoon at the
offices at three o'clock. Acting Mayor
Johnston will be in the chair, and a I
full attendance Is requested as mac- [
ters of financial interest are down
for decision,
Halrdresslng, manicuring, massaging; room 5 Market hlock, over Hunter's,   l'hone 870. ,   ��� , **
The llohemlan cafe lias changed
hands as a result of a deal which was
completed yesterday, the new proprietor being L. Lund. Ho takes it
over from Johhny Cash, and contemplates considerable changes making
for the advantage of patrons. These
improvements will be undertaken at
once . **
Before his honor, Judge Howay, at
the county court yesterday morning,
James Barnard elected to stand
speedy trial for alleged burglary at
Hope. The case arises out of a burglary at the Chinese store in ihat up
country town, and prisoner was committed, to. the courts here by Captain
White Fraser. The case comes up on
Monday after the Rex. vs. Campbe'.l
indictment.
A Vancouver visitor, Mr. Dutton,
who was thrown from hls horse yesterday in the east end of the city,
received a severe cutting about the
face and neck. Fortunately Dr. J. H.
Jones, who was in th* immediate
vicinity, had the injured man taken
to his surgery where the wounds wen-
washed and bandaged, Mr. Dutton returning home later in the evening,
complaining of a severe shaking.
For spring' plants and cut flowers
phone Davies and Son, flo:i��ts. Plione
897,      . M
The students of the High school
have planned an enjoyable outing for
tomorrow, when with their" friends
they wfll sojourn to the'Canyon of
Capilano. Special B. p. E. R. cars
wlll leave from the local ticket office
at eight o'clock, and the return journey will be started from the Terminal City thirteen hours later. The intention of the committee is to hold a
series of races and other athletic
feats.
Thursday be'.ng Coronation Day the
issue of the Daily News wlll be suspended. The paper will appear as
usual on Friday, when a full account
of the proceedings in London, and I
celebrations In this province will be I
published. |
James  McMilliam,  the  shoemaker,
late   of   Carnarvon   and    McKenzie,
i streets,  has removed    to    Sinclair's
shoe store, where he will be glad to
see all his old customers. *���
Repairing neatly and promptly
done by James McMilliam at Sinclair's
shoe store. **
Flags and
Bunting
TOT^jr.SMllH Co g
Coronation
Decorations
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
Mack's
No-Rub
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
Many Good Bargains
for Last Day of Coronation Sale
Linen Table Cloths and Napkins at savings from 25 to
40 per cent.   See These Wonderful Values :
POPULAR OUTING DRE83E3.
Remarkably Low Priced.
Six only women's one-piece dresses; made of flne
quality duck: in light and cadet shades of blue:
trimmed with white and tan linen; yoke effect of
frill on tucks: short sleeves and high collar styles;
pipings of plaid gingham; wide band of white or
tan linen around bottom of skirt; piped at top of
fold with plaid; regular values $3.60. Coronation
Sale, each    &2-50
WASH  GOODS AT BIG 8AVINGS.
Fancy silk finished foulards and corded repps; In
fancy figured check and spot effects; some with
horder to match pattern; designs are all neat and
exclusive: wrldthsa hout 29 inches; regular values to
3")C.    Coronation Sale, per yard  20c
ONE THIRD
LE8S FOR BOYS' WASH 8UIT8 AND
BLOUSES.
MUSLIN AND GINGHAMS���EXTRA GOOD
VALUES.
8 Yards for $1.00.
Here's your chance to save; we are showing a big
selection of new and pretty ginghams and muslins:
in all the wanted checks, stripes, plain and figure 1
patterns; values are regular to 20c. Get a share of
these   bargains. '	
MUSLIN   SNAP.
8 Yards for 50c.
Just one mors day you can buy these muslins a*
so ridiculously low a figure; quite a selection of
good patterns and colors still to choose from.
Don't  let  this chance slip.
Today you can save one-third on the little
suits or blouses; a worthwhile consideration; the
styles are all new and fabrics the best; sizes from
2 Mi to 8 years; in Buster, sailor and shirt waist
styles.    ,
DRE8S GOODS���BIG VALUES.
Coronation Special 25c Per Yard.
���'N-lnch black and white shepherd's check; assortet
sizes;  good  weight and weave; extra special values
,.   H08IERY SAVING8.
Children's tan hose; one and one rib; extra strong
quality; sizes & to 9 years; regular values to 35c.
Coronation  Sale   2 pair for 35c
women's fancy cotton hose; in polka dot and fancy
spot effects; olg range of shades; regular 35c valu?s.
Coronation  Sale, per pair 25c
KIMONAS   REMARKABLY   PRICED.
Values  to   $3.75;  -Coronation Sale, $1.25 Each.
White and fancy muslin kimonas; in short and
long styles; fancy lace and embroidered trimmed;
in sailor, shawl and Dutch necks; all pretty styles
and exceptional values.
Special showing of Women's Bathing Suits for the
Holiday.   Best of Values.   Greatest Selection.
Coronation Decorations
Flags, Pennr.nts and Buntings���We can flt you out with all the necessaries for interior   or   exte:lor
Coronation decorations at least cost.    See our .display.
We are sole agents
for the product.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See ine ahout your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving and
cloth brushes, face creams and
lotion sof all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc., etc.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia SL
New Westminster, B.C.    ,
Haro!d Moore, of Manchester, England,  was  ln  Westminster yesterday
and spent a deal of time in a critical
survey  of our  city.    In  conversation
with a Daily News representative, the
Mancunian expressed .surui'lsu at    thu
many   things   tie   had"   seen   here,   butt
nottiluK  opened Uta  eye.. ��o  uxvu-U aal.
the splenald_,waterway.' ,"The  Fraaer I
vlver   ia  certainly   an   asset   ot   -which
your city should well be proud," said
the visitor, "and I can foresee for this
city a very big future."
The   mayor,   with   Mrs.   Lee,  leavea
the city this morning for the provincial  capital  where they will  be the
guests of    the    acting    premier    and
members of the government  for the
exercises In connection with the coronation celebrations.    Mr. Lee, in his
capacity as D. D. G. M. of the A. F.
& A. M.'s of B. C, will prolong hi3
stay in Victoria to attend the meetings    in    connection with that body.
During the absence of the chiof executive from tlie Koyal City, Alderman
J. J. Johnston will act ns mayor.
A striking prooi" of tlie way in
which tlie city police force has boon
neglected at the hands of the city
council compared with other civic do-.
part ments is shown in a brief comparison with the annual Teiort of the
force in Vancouver. Thearea here to
be policed is nearly two-thirds that
of Vancouver and costfe only $��000 pe.-
annum, as against JISC.UOO in tho
Terminal City, while the Vancouver
police deal with 5100 cases a year
this small force here handles 7(10 -
annum, a much higher average par
man of arrests.
From the   moment   the   disappear-1
ance of Peter McCoy, the four   years '
term  man  at  the local  pen was discovered,   specially   chosen   posses   o.'
hunters have  been out scouting   far 11
and near for the prisoner who made
such a daring escape.   Warden Hrown I
is holding an enquiry into the mystar.
ious disappearance, but until   a lat,>
beur  last  night  the  matter   had  not:
been cleared    up.    The   official    do-1
scrtption of    the   missing    man    Is: jl
Height,   six    feet;    age,   twenty-Aval
years;    medium   build,   light   brown'
hair, fair    complexion    and    slightly,
bald in front.    He ls a logger by occupation. !
Despite the fact that the officla's o_";
the engineers' department .aver that
tlie waters are not flooding over tho
land, and destroying the crops at
Queensborough, the ratepayers association of that district state jicmltive-
ly that such is the case, and are pushing for a more careful investigation
into the matter. A pump which could
be worked hy gas will In all likelihood be Installed al the island, and
this will be handy at all timt's when
llie waters encroach on the land, as ia
said to b- the case at this time. Mr.
Stewardson. assistant city engines:,
who has visited Ihe locality has male
an exhaustive report to his chief.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Store Closed Thursday, Coronation Day
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        S14.4U0.000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ami ln London. Bog
t��n<J, New York, Cb'i.io and Spokane.
D.8.A., and Mexico Ctty. A general
I banking buataeaa transacted. l^et.
tera ot Credit lnuiit, available with
correspondents tn all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received  in   sums  of  $1  and  upward,
and interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over   tl86.000.000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
rove
and
Gov-
The largest area of first-class bench land in the Fraser Valley is located at Aldergrove. The government demonstration orchard
the Fraser Valley nurseiies are both located at Altiergrove.
ernment experts and practical nurserymen pronounce Aldergrove
a good place to grow fruit. It is also a good place for poultry
raising and gardening.
10-Acre  Blocks
$100 Per Acre
at
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,  6,  5:45,   and  every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT EXPRESS SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for  Vancouver    at    7:20    a.m.
11:20 a.m., nnd 3:20 p.m.
LULU  ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack nnd all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    9:00
a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and 6:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
mm
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP.
Prince George"
7000 Horse Power.   l8|/2 Knots.
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT  AND STEWART    THURSDAYS
FOR   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE    ."...   TUESDAYS
SS
Port
"Prince Albert"
leaves Prince Rupert 1 p.m. Wednesdays fo
Simpson,  Kincolith,  Massett, etc., and  1
Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport
p.m.
Saturdays
Jed way, etc.
Tickets to all Point. East Via the    Grand    Trunk
Track  Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
tor
System,    Double
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pa... and Ticket Agent  Phone 7T00
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)    phone
3060
Terms one-third cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
527  Granville   Street,  Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
Allergrove ls served hy electric car and  Great
Good  roads,   schools  and  churches,    stores,
mal'.
Northern   railway,
telephone   and   dally
Call or write for illustrated book and price list.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, SOc.
F. J. Hart & CO., Hi   Ryall's Drug Store
New Westminster I ��� EYES test" by optician. <
n    a..**.**..' *     ..  ���   V    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER trust ri nrie
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN
PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRU8T BLOCK
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