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 LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLU* 1>"8. .,u;wBER 92.
riRC INSURANCE
Prompt Settlement of Lo****.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
titw WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C..  FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1911
VANCOUVER TAKES
rA ���
FIRST MEDAL GAME
MARGIN OF FOUR GOALS DIVIDES
TEAMS���8ALMON BELLIES TRY
-\       OUT    BUCK     MAR8HALL    AND
HUGH GIFFORD.
A game which was always Interesting, but at no stage exciting, was that
contested    yesterday    at    Recreation
I park, Vancouver, when in the flrst of
the two coronation matches, for the
gold medals put up by Mayor Taylor,
Vancouver, playing a stronger twelve
than that sent over by the world's
Champions, won by six goals to two.
The crowd was a large tine, and
although at times lt looked as lf some
(lections  would  become    wicked    to
MONTHLY DEPORT OF
COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL
Board     Holds     Short     Meeting���Ex
penses Contingent on Small Pox
Outbreak.
PRICE FIVE CENTa
The monthly meeting of the managers af the Royal Columbian hospital was held on Wednesday, those
attending being Alderman Johnston
(chairman), Mesdames Broad, Ferguson and Hill, L. A. Lewis, the superintendent) Miss Scott), and the secretary (E. S. Withers).
The board decided to prepare an
estimate showing what extra expenses had been Incurred owing to
quarantine following the small pox
outbreak, with a view to Its submission to the city council.
The lady superintendent's report
showed that In the surgical    depart-
FIRST BRITISH CORONATION
TO SOUND TRUE IMPERIAL NOTE
Great Historical Occasion is Marked When Mcnarch Who
Personally Knows Overseas Dominions is Enthroned
in Ancient Collegiate Church���Unique
Scene of Splendor.
QUIET HOLIDAY SPENT       JAKES YOUNG ERON
JHBflHnj     LOfTY EAGLES NCSf
Thousand, of Citizens Leave for Engagement, in Sister Cities���
Lacrosse.
 ��� ~���  ,u�� ���������  iue surgical    depart-
wuuu.   wouiu   oecome    wicked    to  ment 22 patlent8 had been   admitted
eferee Galbraith the few    instances  durJng the monUl   10 u,gcharged> and
tssed off without   anything^ w^orse | two dled    ln the medlcal department
"" l""��v' """*" - - ��� 21 patients had been admitted, 17 dis
charged and two bad died.' Ten cases
had occurred in the maternity department, and ten babies being born, one
woman had been discharged and no
deaths had to be reported.
ban harsh words poured on the head
Df tbe whistle holder.
^^^^^r New Men On.
Westminster    Introduced      Charlie
Balbralth at cover. Buck Marshall at
number flve and  Hughie Gifford on
be second home, and although It has
o be said that this trio showed con-
dslent form there wns wanting tbat
Inisb about the combinations which
associated  with    the    champions'
lame.   Hugh Gifford did not get tbe
CRUISING  FOR  TIMBER
IN   OLD-TIME
WAY
. ���.      .      ��� ��...    Revelstoke, June 22.���Going up the
,me.   Hugn umord did not get the w   Bend for the pnrnoge8 of crulging
,me openings on    Recreation    park I a ,arge area of Hmb;r ,n wWch Chi
esterday as when he played again*, and London, Eng. financiers  are
pe North Vancouver    Mapje    Leafs, | interested a nartv   h<*��ri*.< ...   .   m,
it he became really dangerous    as   '"^rested a Party, headed by A. Gil-
te game lengthened.   The stone wall   cnrJsV Provisioned here on Thursday
and  left  for  their arduous  task
^^^^^_^_--_-- - The stone wall
sfence which met his attacks was
Jo solid to break through,
fcrumpy Bprlng, who played a bril-
jit game, sorely worried the option to such an extent tbat La-
Bde was shifted to check him, but
altered plans did not work out
|te as expected.
TJharlie Galbralth made a welcome
fcppearance, and while'hls work was
brilliant he  showed  good    Judg
London, June
gan towards -^^���^^^���^���	
, .  .,    ,.  . i    _   .��i   eminent    princes,    many    themselves
the front of Bucklnham palace, and   he|rB  t0  * throne   statesmen, diplo-
the mass became so dense that traffic  mats, courtiers, soldiers and men of
was  forced  to  come  to a  standstill  all honors and creeds, from the four
around the Queen Victoria memorial,  quarters of the globe.
���A group of boys struck up the nation-, p|ne Weather,
al anthem, which was taken up by the      _, .   *
Up. of thousands. The newly crown- ��� The great ceremony passed off un-
ed king came to the balcony, and �����rred g untoward Incidents. When
bowed bis acknowledgements. The dawn broke the skies were heavy and
Prince of Wales also presented him- powers fel during the progress of
self, whereupon the crowd struck up *he Procession of royal guests and
"Rule Britannia" the iun,or   members   of   the   royal
London, June' 23.-Raymond, tbe ' '"J"* t0 the Abbey. But as the king
youngest son of Premier Asquith, fnd ""een 'e" Bucklnham palace to
was entrusted with tbe task of pulling. ^e "owned the heavens smiled and a
a communication cord in connection *��* of sunshine brightened the splen-
with the Crystal palace, which    was did Pa6eant.
the signal for the firing of a huge It was Just 10:52 o'clock when King
rocket. This was the message whicn George and Queen Mary, Jn the state
denoted lighting bonfires at ten coach, reached Westminster Abbey,
o'clock, which so far as the London From the moment of their entrance
neighborhood was concerned had to into the ancient structure, King
be extinguished at midnight. I George      was     manifestly
While tbere were no official festivi-f
ties in tbe Soyal City yesterday   ln
connection    with   tbe   epoch-making
ceremony in tbe motherland,    those
I who remained In tbe   city   made   a
DARING ADVENTURE IN MID-AIR
���ENGINEER OF ROMAN POSSESSES FINE EAGLETS���WOLF
FI8H   CAUGHT.
      '                                                wno ren"��ned In tbe   city   mad*   i ��������   ��� 7  "    "" '"c
ne 23.-The people    be-  stance and followed on the return by   ?lea*ant holiday.   In the early morn ,       *   g ton and
evening to crowd round  a stately and superb    calvacade    of'     B     e B' C- E- R- Great Northern Dt Work 8plck and
Bucklnham palace, and  eminent   princes,   many   themselves   ?nd ��' p' R' conveyed hundreds to work slitterlng   in t
by
pack horses    .^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It  reminded one of the   old   days
when   the   streets    were   frequently
lined with such parties.   The steamer
has   now,   however,   displaced   that
mode of transportation, but this party
simply had to go up the Big   Bend
and  the  Impossibility   of   navigating
the river Just now on account of the
i Drmiant ne snowed good    Judg-' ,,&v?  drlft   wood   running   necessi-
mt when in close mix-ups and got I   , .   g     s back ,0 the old methods
I of th. ball neatly. I ot J^nTl^l0?'
Hick Marshall, for whom manv of  .,   .    ollcbrlst Is an old experienced
fans have been crving, went   to | nmber    man    and   cruiser   and   thc
,md defence, and gave' a sound ex-   ? IH' weint  UP Prepared for   an   in-
Ition of clean manly play. Check-, "eflnite stay in the wilds,
to which no one could take   ex-,     ' :^������ _
lon characterized his general play,' infn tho n���f ������H ������ . ���
repeatedly he gave those Mlm^S-A^SsSS9       *"'**
es which were like bolts from the j George R^nnTGrea}.
m tiling Nelson, the    great    light-! w'IZchX^uT^^T SE
feight boxer,   witnessed   hls   initial -fe^^A^SM*
   ���������.,.���,,;    ui   ���*���>���� **asf, uu me orner band, was
the coronation this year has been the cool as could be and certainly looked
importance   given   to   the   Imperlal  much more regal with her assured de-
sentiment.    This is the most remark j meaner than did her husband,
able characteristic of .the coronation. I    After the crowning, as their    ma
irtm~   n  ._.;..-
Having in view the coronation, with
flags flying fore and   aft,   with   tha
  jpan. the" brass
��� conveyed bundreds""to work *��tterins In the sun, and m.
the country and ths seaside, wbllo string of kippered herrings swung;
tbe good sblp Transfer carried a full across tlie pilot bouse the halibut
complement to the sporting meeting boal, the Roman, came into port last
at Ladner where an-enjoyable time   even,      wku mm dg ot ^
was spent.    White Rock and Blackie   .     A. "     ,     ,,   '     ,,  ���,
Spit were well patronized,    and tbe   for the Columbia Cold Storage corn-
representatives of  the  Arms    which  1>any' . ,  ���
are    rightly    booming    the    holiday      ,uthaf n^' ?owever-   been   mainly
haunts are satisfied that the many en-   ?lth the "enlzens of the deep that
qulries male wiil  result in buslnes-i   the voyage has had concern.   On Jaae
being one of the results of the day's  isla"d- J" M'lbank sound, two bald-
outjug                                                      headed  Alaskan  eagles reared tbeir
Vancouver's   official   exercises   atj0^'"1' 8Pr">S ����� �� neat 150 feet
Recreation park and the parade    in  ��om. the "ase of.^�� anC,ent   cedar-
which 17,000 are said to have taken  for two voyages this year eager eyes
part, was a harvest to the B. C. E. R.  have watched from the decks of   the
from Westminster, and from the de-   ��om��n ����� Progress of that aerie ia
spatch of the first cars In the morn- ��*��� f'0"^- a��d anticipating the yoon��
ing until tbe noon hour seating accom-   ftm,Uy ?f, the   ,H'.IIaeetusI   ]eac^��*
modatlon was at a premium.                ��haIus M rleacl,ed /"" tlme *hen
It is Estimated that two thousand   tbey might  be ruthlessly torn  trom
enthusiastic followers of the Salmon  the P*re.DtaJ    8he,tfr- . t,hH t^ccaBl?J
Bellies went over   to the   ball   yard  "emed to have arrived for the theft.
London    inn*, oi   '-t.'*.'""." . 'X""'6'=.. wa"     maniiesny    nervous, i "*-.***"> "tm over   io tne   ball   yard   seemea to have arrived fnr tho tt.***7
London, June 23.-The feature    of  Queen Mary  on the other hand, was  from the city on the Fraser. Members   But who was to cBmb 160 taL   ^
COOl as COU d  be anH  rerf<ilni��� I***... ', of the varlnno =/.nl��fio. . .^,_    ,        lh�� Am *....,- _.Y.t ..   D   10U  reet' and
  . . ���m,. memuers --  """  ������� l�� c"mD 16u feet, and
of tbe various scoietles from this city then do battle with the angry mother*
joined in tbe procession and parade The occasion had come, and with it
in Vancouver, and the appearance of the man-   A Norwegian, Oley, essay-
the Indians from the Brownsville re- ^��_muake._t,le tri?' and the moUl��r
���.. ,.,nwnin^   .,��  their    mi ' ������' ">����ans from the Brownsville re-   ��* to make the trip, and the mother
  ~ -. .*��*; wiuuBiion.1     *"*��   IU��  crowning,  as  ineir    ma I denleted that camn   the hraves   wfts to be shot as she appeared to de-
King  George  more  than  any,  other  Jesties emerged from the abbey, the,"��esLjpfig^��at ��g���t ���'  aZ  fend her home,
sovereign in the past represents   the greatest demonstration of the day oc-1 a ld  ���**�����2���?-  -..    -S- * P    '     "*- - -
Imperlal    ideal.    He   has   personally  curred.    HnndreHB ,.t tt*. ���< ���
crosse game on this occasion. Nel-
on, who ls the mayor of Hegewlsh.
, waa greatlx struck with Canada's
���ational aporl
The only change ta the Vancouver
line-up was that Bones  Allen  stood
down, thus letting in Dot Phelan.
Homester. Open the Scoring.
Shortly  after  the  advertised   time,-
��� -.��� v    ...a.    *j*..,     *. a.a,
Johnny Howard made an opening and
threw to Hughie Gifford. Jumping in
at th* critical moment, Carter took
poss Alon ot the ball, and so trana-
Imperial ideal. He has personally curred. Hundreds of thousands who
travelled through his vast dominions, packed the streets fairly split the air
and appreciates the nature and aspira-, with shouts of greeting, and through-
tions of the people of the Empire. ! out the whole return trip to Bucklng-
In the "great temple of silence and bam palace enthusiasm was much
reconciliation," as the collegiate, more noticeable than on their majes-
church of St. Peter at Westminster. ties' progress to the abbey,
has been called  by one of the mostl The Troops,
distinguished men who sleeps beneath ��� sixty thousand of the Empire's
Its pavement yesterday was crowned! picked men lined the processional
the sovereign of the British Empire., route an.l as they swung along to
The scene was such as no other em- their assigned posts with a cocksure
'pire can boast. Marshalled around stride, they were cheered from every
King George were his nobles and side. There were mounted men from
ecclesiastics, and all the wealth and the regiments with the glistening
loveliness of the greatest world em- breast plates and waving plumes;
pire had representation there. No mounted and unmounted artillery, In-
other stage was more worthy of tha  fantry in every uniform known to the
ture which drew from all sightseers | Tbe pLn carried well, the mother
rounds of applause. The flrst official, b,rd ,el1 wil- a carefully directed
march of the newly formed 72nd High- i 8hot' and Ole meanwhile climbed aky-
landers' regiment"; was one of the wards and at lengtn -eached the lofty
sights of the day," the striking unl-' nest- Jn ll be found t.vo fine young
forms and the swaying busbys mak- eaglets, about three weeks old. The
Ing a deep impression. adventurer had forgotten, however, to
The ceremonies carried out by the I bring a bag. However, not to be
provincial government at the capital j beaten, be took off his suspenders,
were witnessed by a large deputation and thus attached each to one end,
from this city, while the annual grand and with the slack portion round his
lodge session of the B. C. Masons neck he brought them down all right,
robbed Westminster of manv of her and if there be any doubters please
leading citizens, who were also in see Engineer W. N. Kelly on hoard
Victoria. i lbe Roman, who has the young birds
It was not until nightfall that the Safely in his charge. The skin of the
city was seen at its best. Electrical mother has been brought home to be
Engineer P. T. Bowler, with a num- mounted by a taxidermist. Tbe
ber of workmen, had spent much time spectators saw the male bird hovering
on the decoration of No. 1 flre hall,' ln ever widening circles around the
and when the lights were switched scene of the devastation, mournfully
on the civic front was one mass of. calling for his murdered bride,
brilliancy. But the Roman has another trea��- ���
Specially    chartered    cars    carried' ure this trip, a wolf flsh, known to
, I happy  High school  pupils and their  naturalists as the Anarrhlchas lupus.
���   ._ _ , _,��� ->, v,��iw i r���;-'������������"> ���-"������� ����� �� ww on im  m and other homes for men    who  friend, to Vancouver  where they em-  TWs creature, which has large teeth
down a cloud ball, took up the play   order out of chaos He tbeje, toaneatto  rl*4 thetr coronet. ��**, to nut on \    g�� tak* .aft BroMtt.'����*:*mm��^Z^
,?n,i  fnr the  moment. discarding com    the  nave  whase  pavement  hundred.  coroneU,  gem., chain., order.    anftUot paused by by the briMay maker.. 	
��.. bau wa. raced off. and Vancouver j ��.&. tad  ~   T oSSSt   but   trod yesterday    In a transept 8jde by j medals' "JgJ?^,, i^'   J^ff. ^ *����* Tecelvln8 tW' W=S* i        ����*���� "��W ****+'.    ' 7
at once took the sphere to the cham-  railed,    sun keeping play round the   side are gathered   he bon?s of men  light and showed up^ even moni plain-  patronage.                                              \                           ������ ������,���,,-
plons' end, where fast play in front home goal, Westminster continued to  who   have   BO   wr'tten   the English Ty beside the occasional plainer cos-1    Ajth0ugh the morning opened dull,  Satisfactory    Reports   from    Varlou*
of  fiandv  P.rav  was  witnessed.    Tom   preBg.    The champions came  back t j, language   that   it.   literature   la     lm-   ��..��� ** *...*��� ^   tfae   ^^   proceeded,   tbe   weather, ..-._..- -* ���   ...-.-
gathering. For a thousand years that
venerable abbey has been the scene
of successive coronations, and tbere
bave been laid the foremost statesmen, the ablest writers, the greatest
thinkers of the British nation. Architects whose memory is carved on th?
IbuHdVng.   et    "
British army; here and there a group
of the ever-popular bluejackets and
scattered along the route columns of
troops in their workmen-like khaki,
troops from north, south, east and
west, along with veterans from Chel-
iKwSSffl?
of  Pftndv  hrar~wa."wItnMflf��i"   Tom   nomo 8��al-  Westminster continued  to I who    have    so    written    iue tut
Gifford  lofted'to  safety    and'   away j g?ktt^^-T-^^a^tt   peXh^e'^d ln'���t,,rteratUre  St^i ^���'^oS^^^^^SS'^l    ^����������f�� ��� ������^ ��I��n��. nun,   Satisfactory    Report,   from    Varlou*
went   the  bunch   to  Clarke,  but  the   Lrdest of bTdVe^l^d tTdodgo   fhi'^vS, "2lch��thoau,Beret���redg4~' _?. rtbe uofb,*l\tK, OD R ����'^"*/ S^i^S^SlSjiS, *i? Z^uZ' Point* ��f L�����r W��"*
pass by Feeney to Len Turnbull was   their .very attempt, no fewer    tha^ | orator, of the eighteenth and   Zl'h  C J   ^^ fm^andXn'   hi.h p^^tatay^r^U8^ nfve^huTf. ���,����� "�����*'��* ��f- J^r eontfnoea tt,
ed by  Ions, and  once aRal.i: ��i,r00  .hn>.    ���,..,,i������    **���*     i_^._ l����o���n, ��� .....<������  ^<i, i i    c>snops in cumson and lawn,   high I  '    improve, althouerh the warm  wp��th��r
intercepted by Ions, and once agal.i, three shots grazing the uprights
Gray was bombarded with stlnglns George Rennie was seen in some
Shots which he essayed in a masterly c|eVerly played breaks from the sor
style. Play immediately afterwards rjed mob, and his high Jumps to
centred round the Vancouver net and gather the sphere were wonderful,
later Hughie Gifford made a pretty , Exchanges opened ln a brisk man
steal from Lalonde, which for the ner when the play was begun In the
moment non-plused the Easterner.' second, the leaders monopolizing the
Recovering himself. Newsy chased ball. Nick Carter was the flrst plaver
after him, but the Westminster youth to get marching orders to the bench
was too agile and got away. After for flve minutes, this for a cross
Clarke hart bunted out what looked check. After Pat Feeney had missed
like a certain    goal,    the    ball    was   j)y a fraction, Lalonde came to    tha
speedily taken to Gray, and Adamson  ������������	
accepting a flying high shot smashed
(Continued on page four)
ri?I,H ce"tu?es;The gra/hen ,mageo:  court jud       ,    8carlet -
Chatham looks down on the men who, and full-bottomed wigs, law lords in
followed him in his high office, who black and gold, army and navy offl-
have ruled an Empire of which he.cers in red. blue, green, black and
never dreamt. Pitt and Fox, Palmer- grey, cabinet ministers in blue, white
ston and Gladstone are there, and in and gold, members of parliament In
marble are commemorated the fame black court dress, foreign officers in
of others whose mortal remains are weird and wonderful colors, eastern
elsewhere. Sir Robert Peel and potentates in flowing robes and tur-
Beaconsfleld are thus handed on to bans of every hue and shade under
posterity, and as Addison said two the sun made up the balance of the
centuries ago there are epitaphs with- gorgeous assembly,
out the bones of those perpetuated, Some 7000 were admitted to the
and bones without epitaphs. I abbey, Including forty members of the
Behind and around the high choir royal family nnd relations, more than
where yesterday's ceremony was con- aoo foreign princes, princesses and
ducted are the graves of kings and special representatives from everv
princes whose names are written civilized country in the world, 1420
largely In history. The great Queen peers and peeresses, 300 bishops,
Elizabeth, and the cousin queen whom clergy, statesmen and ambassadors,
she executed are there, and many of 900 members of parliament with their
the  princes  of  the  Plantagenet  and > wives  and   800  representatives  from
, improve, although the warm weather
I has caused the water to rise consider���
Indian and the British colonies.
King and Queen Appear.
As the first regiment of the    sovereigns'    escort,    the    Royal    Horse
Guards,  trotted  slowly  through    the
I gates, the    booming    of cannon    announced  thc approach of the    royal
Stuart houses. The victor of Agln-
court lies by the Confessor's tomb,
and the first sovereign of the house
of Tudor rests In that chapel which
bears his name. Few of tlie Hanoverian sovereigns are there, but
Illustrious    names    crowd    at   every
corner.    One grave is empty, that ofl    ?   ....   .,   -,-, .-        -
the greatest subject who ever rose to, ����g* *'th the klnK ,and <lueen- .
supreme power In England, but the' The king wore a long purple robe
netty vengeance wrecked on his re- and velvet cap trimmed with ermine,
mains was a true example of the spirit ?he queen made a beautiful picture
of his enemies Ilu her robe of cloth of g0,d' Through
Such was the seen? of the cere-'|he Mal1 to th"���**?,���Ujr *���\\ CUar;
mony. and every detail of the proceed- ln* tCro3���8' , Whitehall Parliament
lngs had some historical authority for stref and Broad Sanctuary the pro-
Its introduction. Coronations change. ce88'on moved. The arrival of the
but little ln the passing centuries. \*w*l�� aJ" "" ������� ��� Proclaimed
nnd though new points have been Jf the ?n��ng of the bells of the ab-
drafted Into the ceremonial the essen- h���e]' and 8t Margaret s church the
rials are the same, lt ls still held a1- fl,rln�� of, a 8un and al��?ther outburst
Jacent to the shrine of the Confessor, of cheering from the throngs on the
the saintly founder of the edifice, and i offlclal stands ln Parliament square,
the eternal freshness which lives on j
In lt in spite of its mediaeval flavor CIVILIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION
Is a proof of the vigor of the Saxon I SHOOTS AT BROWNSVILLE
race   vitalized   through   a thousand ���
years. 1 *
The members of the Westminster
Civilian Rifle association left !*ie city
early yesterday for the ranges at
Brownsville, where a capital day's
shooting was indulged ln.
The rosnltB of the principal event
event are appended
200
W. J. Sloan 32
J.  H.  Vidal    34
The Canadian Coronation Arm at Whitehall.
London, June 22.���King Georcre V.
was today crowned king of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
nnd of the British dominions beyond
the seas, and given the public hom-
ace of his world-wide subjects. With
his consort. Queen' Mary, his majesty-
was crownel at Westminster Abbey
with n'l the royal ceremonial prescribed bv custom.
Welcome Sovereigns.
Tbe tumult of thunderous welcome
was almost deafening as    the    king ��� -���    ������-
and queen, on the outward and home 1G. Bun 	
JourneyB,   preceded   in the   flrst   in-'M. Honour	
G. Turnbull
W. G. Wooster..
J. C. Chamberlin
A. F, Menzies
28
30
31
30
28
28
500
30
31
30
32
27
33
28
25
600
32
27
33
26
30
19
20
20
Ttl.
04
92
9t
83
8S
82,
76 I
Woman . True Sphere In Home.      | ably up stream. Reports from Lillooet
Baltimore,  Md.,  June 22.���Cardinal, state that the Fraser is going down
Gibbons   scored   women   suffrage    in  after being unusually high, and Wed-
an address bere.     At the commence-  nesday saw it fall two feet,
ment of the exercises of St. Joseph's!     Wednesday's   reading    at     Mission
college, he said:    "I think the place   was eighteen feet five inches, a fall
for women Is ln the home.    Women   of  eight Inches    from    Sunday.    At
should not want to vote, but  if they j Chilliwack   the   reading  was   sixteen
took proper interest in affairs of their   feet nine inches, & fall of six inches,
husbands   and   brothers    they    could  in the same period,
easily  have  them cast  their   ballots I     a  large  quantity  of land    is  still-
right.    By doing this women will ba   flooded  up  country  where  not    pro-
the champions of what is right." tected by dykes.
in 1
73 The Chair of Destiny in Which George V. Sat to be Crowned Yesterday- ""      PAGB TWO      r"'rTJ"J.M!llS
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
Wants
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS,
$S.M per week.   Apply Trapp block, j
WANTED��� TO LOAN ON JULY 1
$1500 dollars; must be good security. House within city limits preferred.   Apply W.. P. O. Box 32.
WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER ORJ
Fraser river valley district property
wanted in exchange for a 160-acrc;.
improved farm in Alberta. Box K. ���
J., this office-      ��� |
WANTED���HOUSEWORK     BY     AN
English    woman.      Address     Mrs.]
Knight, P. O. Box 371, City.
SMALL new house at Edmonds, on
| 66x113 foot lot. $800; one-third
I    cash.
STREET DECORATIONS
ALONG ROYAL ROUTE
LOT  on Tenth  avenue,  ju.t ea.t ofl  WONDERFUL
Tenth street, 50x132; light clearing.
$525 cash.
TWELFTH street corner, 158 and 1321
feet fronting on the    two    streets,
and lane alongside. $4000; one-third |
cash.
SCHEMES
IN
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WITHIN ABBEY
COLOR SCHEME.
ITSELF���|
THIRD avenue, house near Tenth
street, two or three rooms, 55x132
foot lot, well developed to fruit.
$2100; easy terms.
WANTED ��� AS SECRETARY TO
School Board this city, a steno
grapher and typewriter, familiar
with modern office systems. Month
ly salary $76.00. Applications stating experience received till noon,
the 22nd Inst-   R. Lennle, Secretary.
WANTED ��� BY YOUNG LADY,
board and room in central location.
Apply to Box X., Dally News,
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, 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 is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoa
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
LOT on Dublin street, upper side, between Eighth and Tenth street.
$750.
GOOD acreage In Surrey and Langley,
$50 an acre up.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
FOK 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 ��� 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.
MUNICIPALITY  OF   BURNABY
ENGINEER.
Applications are invited for a qualified engineer to 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.
The abbey's present aspect is entirely different from that to which
visitors in ordinary times are accustomed. The aisles and the nave,
as well as the transepts, have heen
completely transformed by the erection of balconies traversing the entire length. These balconies run in
two tiers, as they did at the coronation of King Edward and Queen Alexandra, in fact, the general internal arrangement of the abbey follows the
precedent of the coronation. An
elaborate system of corridors and
staircases have been improvised, and
while complete arrangements have
been made for lighting these staircases and corridors wherever necessary, every possible, precaution has
been taken against flre.
The dark green hue ln which the
corridors and staircases have been
carpeted will play a conspicuous part
in the color scheme.
As nobody was allowed to leave thc
abbey once the service had begun,
pneumatic tubes have been laid ln
the press gallery to carry despatches
to the telegraph offices and to the
house of commons, _-!The coronation
service lasted two hours and forty
minutes.     During   that   period   these
mounted with groups of sculpture.
The arch has been designed by Frank
Brangwyn, and is constructed in imitation graystone. It bears medallion
portraits of Victoria, the king, the
queen, Captain Cook and Sir Joseph
Ward, and is capped by a large imperial crown, lt was draped in crim-
! son and gold.
|     Festoons of Rush and Evergreen
The spaces around the abbey and
j Ihe approaches to Trafalgar Square
from Whitehall and Cockspur street
were decorated with white masts
rising from blue plinths, carrying
armorial shields and flags and connected by green garlands. Masts alternately tall and short, surmounted
with crowns and entwined with laurel
were continued up Pall Mall, the
scheme being enriched with the banners of the dominions and baskets of
flowers.
The white masts in St. Jame's
street were linked together by fes
toons of rush and evergreen. Every
second pair was connected across the
street with similar festoons und baskets of roses. The masts were capped with figures of Victory and vases
of roses, and at the top of th? street
was an Immense bell of pink and
white flowers.
In Piccadilly the masts carry
crowns that are Joined together by
green festoons, while across the roadway were rows of yellow electric
lights.
The route of the procession on the
second day was effectively decorated
along similar lines. Masts in the
Strand carry red lions, red velvet
draperies and white Venetian masts,
surmounted by the figure of Fame
and a pillar of masts with lions and
unicorns.
Scarlet masts on Ludgate Hill bear
the city griffin, and embroidered banners and festoons ot red carnations
were thrown across the street.   There
the same. The value of the regalia is
more than ��3,000.000. The ciowns
now in the tower are St. Edward's
crown, the Imperial crown of Queen
Victoria, the crown of Mary of Mo-
dena, and the coronetB of Mary of
Modena, and of the Prince of Wales.
All these are seen with crimson velvet caps with which they are usually
worn.
St. Edward's crown, the official
crown of England, was made in the
time of Charles II., after the pattern
of an earlier crown, which was destroyed during the commonwealth. It
is a circlet of gold, bordered with
pearls and elaborately set with clusters of Jewels. From the upper edge
of each of these clusters rise alternately four fleur-de-lis and four
crosses-patees, all thickly jewelled;
while the tops of the cross-patees
bear two flat arches of gold, edged
with pearls, and studded with rectangular Jewelled clusters. These
arching bands of gold intersect above
at the centre of the crown, and from
the point of intersection arises a
sphere of gold with band and arch of
gems, and having at the top a Maltese cross.
designs, and qulllions in tbe shape of
a lion and a unicorn.
St. George's spurs were made for
Charles II., and are wrought ln gold
with rich ornamental design.
The golden eagle, or ampulla, 13
said to have been used at the coronation of Henry IV., but there ls little
now left of the original. The bird,
measuring nine Inches ln height,
stands on a flat pedestal, the whole
being of richly wrought gold.
The bracelets are broad gold bands,
enamelled with the national badges
���the rose, shamrock, harp and
thistle.
The coronation spoon, ten inches
long, Is made of silver gilt. The bowl
is divided down the centre with a
ridge, and the handle ls ornamented
with pearlsand scroll work . It is supposed to date back to the twelfth
century.
TWO SOCIETY ENGLISHMEN
TAKE CALIFORNIA FARM
New York,   June   *"��.���Arthur   and
Reginald  Paget, twin sons of Lieut.-
Gen.  Sir Arthur Henry Paget, K. C.
H ,  commander of the eastern divis-
Queen Victoria's  crown  was made' ion of the army of Great Britain, and
tubes  were kept in  constant   action,   lB a trlumi,hal arch ln front of the
For Up-to-date
RINTING
P
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates glven-<m any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
FOR SALE���FIVE AND TEN ACRE
blocks in Langley on B. C. electric;
excellent soil. Price $150 per acre.
Terms easy. Owner, 1301 Nanlamo
street, Westminster.
FOR SALE���BRAND NEW ENG-
Ilsh kit bag, at Vldal's warehouses;
cost price.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
avenue.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     UOOM3
tor Ugtai housekeeping. Apply to A.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL S. ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Dressmaking
for an enormous amount.of press matter  was  sent to every  part   of   the
world.
White and Gold  Decoration Keynote.
The street decorations, indicated
already a markel advance upon
those seen nine years ago, or at Victoria's Jubilee, in 1897. This is due
mainly to the advice given by Frank
Brangwyn, Sir William Richmond and
other artists and public-spirited
borough officials of the city of Westminster, who have employed flve
Arms of decorators.
The finest effect Is produced in
Whitehall, a wide highway lined with
public offices in the Renaissance
style. The avenue has been converted into a Roman processional way,
being lined with sixty-four white columns surmounted by bronzed Corinthian caps, with alternate gilded figures of Victory and winged grifflis.
The Columns are already adorned
with the bronzed arms of the sovereigns from William the Conqueror,
and were linked together with festoons of laurel. A pair of columns at
each end is ornamented with gilded
lions, and midway are the New Zealand arch and two massive pylons
erected by the Ontario government,
bearing the provincial arms and sur-
entrance  to  London   bridge,  with   a
group of Corinthian columns.   On the
Surrey   side   the   decorations    south-1
ward and in Lambeth are superior to
those seen at the last coronation.
All wheeled traffic   along the route
was  shut off  at four o'clock in the
for her ln 1838 by Rundell and Bridge,
the official crown being too large and
heavy for her. The Jewels in this
crown are for the most part old ones
which bave been taken from earlier
crowns, three of these being worthy
of special mention; a large pierced
ruby that belonged to Edward the
Black Prince, and was worn by Henry
V. at the Battle of Agincourt; a
sapphire taken from the ring of Edward the Confessor, and the pierced
Stuart sapphire taken from the crown
of Charles II. This crown is also a
gold circlet, surmounted with sphere
and Maltese cross both studded with
diamonds', the sapphire of Edward
the Confessor in the centre of th?
cross.
The sceptres are of two kinds,
those bearing a cross on the toj), and
i those with a dove. The royal Bceptre
with the second, Is a golden rod two
feet, nine Inches long, the upper part
of which  is richly ornamented   with
Lady Paget are today on their way
to Butler, Cal., where they will henceforth make their home, the two boys
having surrendered their places ln
England to become American citizens. Lady Paget was Miss Minnie
Stevens, daughter of the late Paran
Stevens, of New York.
Three years ago the Paget boys,
who are now 23 years old came to
the United States in quest of a fortune. They found employment in the
freight department of the Northern
Pacific railroad at St. Paul, where
they earned $60 a month each, and
finally decided that no career would
please them better than farming.
Their mother gave the plan her approval and the purchase of a 2500-
acre fruit farm near Los Angeles followed.
NATIONAL LABORATORY
FOR   RESEARCH  WORK
gold open work, and spt with Jewels
,  ���,���,.  ,,_,.���. ���,���. ,���.,   ���,,., j, ...,.,      Ottawa, June !").���A national labo-
morning of coronation day, and those j and enamel work      The hcad of tho  ratory ls to be established in  Ottawa
who had purchased or held tickets
for seats being advised officially to
be in their seats not later than 7:15
ln the forenoon, or a wait of seven
hours.
REGALIA
USED
FOR
THE CEREMONY
FOR.     RENT���GOOD     BOARD     AND
room;  convenient location.    47  Co
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall BuVldlng.i     jU8t     received    the     latest    Paris
~~T1\ fashions In summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction  guaranteel
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
lumbia street.
LOST.
LOST���FROM PASTURE ONE MILK
south of Eburne on Granville street
light bay gelding five years old;
star on forehead, branded J on ribs
and jaw, hind heels scruffy. Ten
dollars reward for anyone locating
this horse and notifying Central
Transfer, 140 Water street, Vancou
ver. . ��� i  Jl **i i'
Westminster
Transfer Co.
FOUND.
FOCND���HALF GROWN WATER
spaniel, black. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply J. D; Davis,
Tynehead.
���Bee 'Phon. IH.     Barn 'Phon. IS?
Begbie Street.
Aaigag.   aeuvereu    promptly    :���
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
��� Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113. Offlce:  Princess 8t
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214  Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone  567
B.C.
Th.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also ln
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts   issued   without   delay
on all the ptlnelpSl'Towns und
Cities in the World.
-'"These   excellent   connections
afford every hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
PALMER    	
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster li ?n Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
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*m B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Dally via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS, Beaver,
gam Mondav. Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and  Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver.
THE
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NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
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Business [Accounts opened
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In ancient times the kings of England usually carried their regalia
about them, their crowns being worn
in battle on their helmets, but the
loss and damage occasioned by such
a custom was so great that in the
reign of Henry VII.,the regalia was
deposited in the tower where it was
kept under lock and key. The same
crowns, sceptres, and orbs are used
for every coronation, but new coronation robes are made for each sovereign, the general design remaining
under the auspices of the health committee of tbe Conservation commission. The proposal, which was made
' by the commission, has been approved by a sub-committee of the cabinet
council, and ls lt expected tbat lt
will be given effect to very shortly.
thickly set with1 The plan was evolved by theheaHh
| committee, the Wfea being the creation of a permanent national council
of health under the Conservation
commission acting ln an advisory, capacity to federal and provincial gov-
St. Edward's staff is a rod of gold ernments on questions affecting pub-
four feet, seven inches in length, hav- nc health nnd hvglene.
lng nt the top a gold sphere and cross, I \ national laboratory was part of
and tipped with asteel point. A piece the plan, and it is proposed that it
of the cross Is supposed to be con- .hall manufacture toxins, antl-toxinB,
tained  within the sphere. Bera, etc, while conducting analyses.
The great sword of state, contain- These products, It is believed, will be
ed in a velvet scabbard, is richly or- purer than the common run and cost
namented  with  heralric  badges   and   less.
rod is crown-shaped with which the
dove Is of much the same design as
the royal sceptre, but smaller.
The larger orb, made for Charles II.,
Is a golden globe, six feet in diameter,
with jewelled band and arch and surmounted by a large faceted amethyst
and Maltese cross, thickly set
jewels. ]
The lesser orb which was made for
Mary the Second, Is of similar design, but bears no amethyst. |
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615 Columbia Street.
USE ONLY THE BEST
liiijfni
PERFUMED
LYE
standard article
READY FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For rn.hlo. aoap, softening water,
remoTing old paint, disinfecting
��� Ink., cloaeta, draina and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounda SAL, SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
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TORONTO.ONT.
���iwaMMMBBMaMRMnna
Snappy Clothes for Young Men
Wear correct Clothes-live Clothes, Mr. Young Man.
It's right that you should do so. Get the best.
Good clothes are always a ladder
to success.
Call  to  mind  your  successful
friends andjyou'll find that they
M  are good dressers.
We always cater to the young
men's trade and spare no pains
to have
"Just Right Clothes"
We've new suit models for summer from swell patterns and colorings of Woolens���specially adapted
for young men's wear.
Every smart style kink in the cut and in the tailoring is worked out to the limit of good taste.
PRICES MODERATE
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00 and $35.00.
Reid & McDonald
HOUSE or
HOBBERLIN
601 Columbia Street.
The Store of Satisfaction
/ \
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
/
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 28
ORDER Of Sf RVICf
IN VENERABLE ABBEY
SKETCH OF PROCEEDINGS WITHIN WALLS OF WESTMINSTER
���CENTURIES OLD CEREMONIAL  CARRIED THROUGH.
The following is a summary of proceedings in  Westminster Abbey:
At the west portal the civic and ec-  .   . ���   .
clesiastical dignitaries, who bore tlie  D,!!����"-H ,0 ,,0!l
Twenty-Fifth Season
Denman Thompson's Celebrated Play
The Original
s
wTk
e
Old
Homestead
The Famous Double Quartette. The Palms. The Great Church Choir
A Perfect Cast. C6mplete Scenic Production. All the Favorites.
coronation regalia, met. Their majesties as they entered the Abbey, and
the procession advanced up the nave
of the Cathedral and through the
choir to the theatre, precteded by the
choristers singing the anthem, "I was
(pages, the Marquis ot tt&rttagton, tbe
' Karl ot Alrlie, Viscount Cranboume.
Lord Bomilly, the Hon. E. G. W. T.
Knollys. A. E. Wowther, W. H.-K.
Campbell and V. A. C. Harbord.
Thc Spurs.
After the blessing the Obla'ion of
the Regalia, tbe spurs and the sword,
took place. The Dean of Westminster took from the altar the Golden
Spurs, which symbolized thc King's
Knighthood, and he handed them to
the Great Lord Chamberlain, who applied them to the heels of the sovereign. The king Immediately sent
them back to the altar. He now sent
the Great Sword of State In the scabbard to the Archbishop of Canterbury, who offered lt on the altar. This
was to symbolize the fact that power
^^^^^^^^^^ and that man under-
f^om xwJ
New  Westminster
Mail Service
takes to exercise lt only for temporary use, and as a permitted prlvi
lege, not as a natural right.
After making this offering the king
went back to tbe chair of King Edward, and the bearer of the Sword ot
,   ,     , ���     ������..      . " "To  State, the President of the council, o'
glad when they said unto me, we will  ,__���.u^ _":
Just as Played in New York over 3 years.
Direction of Mr. Franklin Thompson.
Prices,   50   cts.   to   $1.50
Seat Sale, McKenzle's Pharmacy
go into the bouse of the Lord
The king and queen advanced until
they  reached  their   respective   positions side by  cide, in the centre   of
the   theatre  the   royal   princess   sat
within the presbytery, and the peers
and  peeresses occupied Beperate galleries in the transcept.   The latter ln
| their  robes   of  crimson    velvet   and
j ermine   gave   a   brilliant   touch   of
color to the scene.
The Recognition of the Sovereign.
The Archbishop  of Canterbury, accompanied   by  the  Lord   Chancellor,
the Lord Great Chamberlain, the Lord
High  Constable,  and  the   Earl   Marshal, and preceded by the Gaiter King
of Arms, challenged the assembly In
tbe east, south, west and north of the
Abbey separately  with these  words:
"Sirs, I here present unto you King
George, the  undoubted   king of  this
realm:   wherefore, all  you wbo have
some this day to do your homage, are
you willing to do the same?"     The
king  stood   facing   the   congregation
in the various parts of the Cathedral
while     the     Archbishop     addressed
them.   The people shouted. "God save
fers the price of lt, viz. ten shillings.
to the altar, whereupon the swor I
was returned to him by the Dean ot
Westminster. The bearer unsheathed
lt, and carried it naked befoie thc
sovereign during the remainder of
the ceremonies.
Royal   Robe. ,<
The king was then invested with
the Hoyal Robe, and the Orb. The
robe was made of- -cloth of gold,
woven In purple witli designs of the
eagle, the rose, the thistle, the shamrock and the flower- 'e-lys. At the
coronation of Henry IV., the rubric
directed that the King should be arrayed "Like a bishop who should say
mass," and this imperial mantle completed the ecclesiastical attire of the
king, and was a symbol of ths priestly nature of his calling.
Thus arrayed, the king once more
resumed his seat,, and tbe Dean of
Westminster brought the Orb from
the altar and gave lt to the Archbishop, who delivered it to the king,
wbo held it in his right hand during
the blessing and the exhortation "Ac-
clpe   Palium."    The   Orb   was   sur-
Klng George" to signify their ass'ent,  "fg?^^ a_?I��!f: and. '.! thle���
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and the trumpets blared and the
drums rolled. Then the king resumed his seat while the choir sang
the anthem "Let thy hand be
strengthened."
Then followed the first oblation,
when the sovereign kne't at the altar, and offered a pall of cloth of gold,
and an ingot of gold of a pound's
weight.
At this stage of the ceremony the
Archbishop and other officiating
bishops assumed their rich official
robes. Then the Litany was read by
two bishops with special prayers for
the occasion, followed by the first
part of the communion service and I
by a sermon.
The  Oath.
After accepting the obligation, the
king made this affirmation. j
"I do solemnly and sincerely in the i
presence of God, profess, testify and I
declare, that I am a faithful Protest
tant, and I will according to the true'
intent  of  the  enactments  which   secure the Protestant succession to the
throne   of   this   redlm,  uphold   and
maintain the said  enactments to the
best of my powers according to law." j
Anointing the King. I
Then   followed   the   very    ancient', coronation seat.
ceremony  ot anointing. in* Uu vltk' tba
nil        na...    m.a   �����-._���-    	
blem of the domination of tbe Christian religion over the world. It is
. carried in the right of a king or
queen regnant only. It has been on
the great seals of all sovereigns since
Edward tlie Confessor.
Next followed the ceremony of the
investing with the ring, and the
Sceptre, of defense of the Catholic
faith. The ring is set with a magnificent jewel, on which is engraved
the cross of St. George. It was delivered by the Lord Chamberlain to
the Archbishop, who placed It on the
fourth finger of the king's right hand,
the ancient marriage finger, and
charges him thus: "Receive this
ring, the emblem of kingly dignity.'
The sceptres which the Archbishop
gave to the king are of two kinds,
that with the cross on top, and that
with the dove.
The Crowning of the King.
Now came the supreme moment
wiien the crown, the emblem of re.sal-
Ity, was placed upon the head of the
anointed king. The Archbishop of
Canterbury standing before tlie altar,
invoked a Massing on the crown. The
Dean of WSs'tminster carried the
crown from the altar to the historic
The king knelt and
took tbe crown and
Tim* Tlm*
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday) .23:00
8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:15
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
(dally except Sunday >.. 16:00
8:00���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(dally except Sunday) .11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All  points east  and   Europe   (dally)  8:30
22:30���All  points  east and  Europe   idaily)    14:0<)
10:18���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)        8:30
20:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam    (daily  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���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle.  Sunbury (dally
except Sunday    13:30
10:00���Woodward. (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 (daily except Sunday  16:00
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)    23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Biaine    (daily    except
Sunday)  9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Coghlan, via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 8:30
BUSINESS D1R ECTORY
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phon. 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
I used at the coronation of Henry IV. \
The archbishop consecrated the oil
by  laying  his  hands  on  it.  and   re-j
(pealing a special benediction over it.'
li During this time Handel's "Zadok thi;
ott.    Ttie on wtotcto wu ume* tor urt. ,A**o��* tt wr��m>��T  on tele tend,
.purpose, was contained m tW BolAenv    "**"��� *������ <*** ttnstnnA v�� atamfc Uw'
'Eagle,  which  le   said  to   have   been *"*�� aovarelatt ****** Uuw ta   ���-''-"- ***
nsprt at  th�� coronation nf n��nrv w.  \ crown tcneeung, bavin, tt.
hi.  head tay  the  church tn tbe per.
son of the chief bishop present.   He
assumed this posture of humility   in
acknowledgement  of  the  great  trust
F. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone   661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection s
Priest"   was   rendered    by   the  organist.
The king was divested of his crimson   parliamentary   robes  at   the   altar, and he then ascended th�� historic
j chair of King Edwards, in the middle
| of the sanctuary, and sat there while
I the  archbishop  consecrated    the  oil.
j A rich pall was held over his head by
j four Knights of the Garter robed  In
I the dark blue mantles of their order, i
j Earl   Cadogan,    the    Earl    of    Mid-1
1 lothlan, the Marquis of Crowe and the
I Earl of Minto, had the proud task of
; hold the canopy over the head of the
j kinp,   while   four   duchess,  those   of
! Hamilton,    Montrose.    Portland    and
: Sutherland, performed the same task
i for the queen.    The king's long train
I was borne by no fever   than    eight
committed   to  his   charge.     Since   the
i time of Napoleon  most of the heads
of   great   military   monarchies   have
preferred  to   take   their   crowns   in
their own hands, and place them on
their    beads,  performing   the   actual
coronation   for   themselves.      At  the
moment of the king's coronation, the
kings  at  arms  assume  their crowns,
all  the peers assume their coronets,
and the bishops their caps.
The scene was now one of magnificent splendor. The reople shouted
"God save the king." the trumpets
were blown, drums beat, and at a
given signal the artillery began to
roar, and the multitude without the
Cathedral   thus  knew  that   the   sov-
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board ot Trade meet, in tn.
board room. City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday    ot    amen    montn;
February.    HM   mwtttM  tarn.-* be *'
proposed and elected at any month
ly or    quarterly    meeti.ia.      C. H.
Stuart-Wade, .ecretary.
(Continued on Page Seven.)
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Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Weatmlnster T'u.t Building.
LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
II Ry all's Drug Store \
VOTE COUPON
Good for Face Value in the
DAILY NEWS $3,000.00
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
This   Coupon  Counts
10 VOTES
I Good until Jane 24, 1911 ���
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FOR MISS OR MRS.
Address
DISTRICT NO :	
Coupons must be In ballot box before expiration  date  and  trimmed
or they wlll not be counted.
���CANADIAN PACIf IC
w   RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets on sale June 16, 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.
Por full particulars and rates apply
to
H. W. BRODIE, E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agcn^.
Vancouver.
���
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
PHONE 67 WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
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Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,  5,  5:45,  and  every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY 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., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU  I8LAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
8UNDAY 8ERVICE.
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 and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    9:00
a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and 6:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
I. O.  O.  F. AJtflTY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner  Carnarvon  and  Eighth  streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited
to attend.   George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G.,  recording secretary:    J.   W.   MacDonald,   financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New Weatmlnster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN-
ston,     barristers     and     solicitors,.
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street,   New  Westminster.      Wr.  J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor*.
Westminster offlces. Room. 7 and 9
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of.
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. R C Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. EI
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
29
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,
6TENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; speclflcatlons, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
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FAGff roun
/THE DAILY NEWS.
The
Daily News CHILDREN HEAR
LOYAL SPCtCHES
PaMished by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
of McKenzie and Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
CULT OF PATRIOTISM IMPRESSED
ON     ROYAL    CITY     SCHOLARS
DURING  EXERCI8ES ���  INSPIR
ING  ADDRESSES.
wars, and the Napoleonic struggles,
as instances of this patriotic loyalty.
Such a heritage as the British subject possessed deserved to be defended, and brought with it a large share
of responsibility. He hoped the children would live up to the reputation
of their ancestors, and maintain the
continuity of the Empire, of which
Canada was an integral portion.
The musical program was directed
by Herbert MackneBS, who had charge
of the choruses and had provided an
orchestra to accompany the children
ln their songs.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
The children of the city    to    the
number of 1500 assembled at tjueens
1 park on  Wednesday  afternoon,    and
under the guidance of their -teachers
I carried through a series of  patriotic
I exercises.
The  principal  feature  was the arrangement of themselves to form the  _��� ,,,,��� ������ , _,,,,   . ,,   , , ,,,   ,
, ,.        ���,���    .' _     ���         ,  .            ,    rescue, and with Adamson and Phelan
Tho altitude adonted by the license   letters  "Vivat  Rex,"  carried out    In   .     ,,'    .,                       "  ,, .
The attitude adopted oy tne              .        ^ ^  ^^     ^             Phillips- j backln8 him UP wormed "��� way to
commissioners at their    meeting    on, Volley's Coronation hymn as well as  Gray.    For a moment the home   at-
Tuesday in regard to the sale of in-; "The  Red. White  and    Blue''    were I  tack   ragged, and  then  breaking up,
toxicating liquor at restaurants  will,' rendered by the massed children. W.j Newsy threw over to Phelan, and the
RE8TA0RANTS
Vancouver Takes
First Medal Game
(Continued from Page One.)
You will be satisfied
If you buy your
groceries from
C B. DEANS'
GROCERY
415 Columbia St.    Telephone 386
Our aim is to give you fresh goods
at lowest prices and deliver them
promptly. We have put on another
delivery wagon to enable us to give
better service.  ^^^__
The   question    arose   in  ���gtened t0 'addresBe8   made ' from
we feel
probation
connection with an application for a special platform by His Honor Judge
license for the Royal cafe, and, as lt j Howay and members of the board ot
transpired that the commissioners do  schbol trustees.
Note these specials for Friday and
Saturday:
Tomatoe*', large cans   2 for 25c
25c
sure, meet with general ap-' T- Cooksley took the comm^noratlon  seconl goal to Vancouver went up in  p^nch Peall  2 for
B     ' 'photograph, and    then    the': children   7.14
not possess the power to grant
licenses to places of this character,
the application was refused. It wiU'
be necessary for a special by-law to
be passed by the city counoti conferring the necessary power, upon th��
commissioners before they can grant
licenses of this kind.
It  was,  however,  made  clear that
the commissioners were not at all ln
T. J, Trapp, the chairman, ln part,
said:..
"We are gathered bere ihift' afternoon to Join in celebrating an event
which marks an epoch in our history
and another mile-stone in the path
of our national life.
"On the morrow ln the Empire's
minster abbey will take place that
capital, and there in historic West-
imposing ceremony In which there
wlll be placed upon the head of King
Grumpy   Spring   showed   his   all   Blue Label Catsup, small bottles 15c
round  ability  when  he 'successfully,
held down four of his opponents and  Pork and Beans
beat    them    all.    Even    Vancouver's   	
in
tomato   sauce,
 3 for 25c
rooters gave him a generous hand for,' . .,   2 tattles 25c
his fine play against odds,   l-ainnrie j Lhoice ncmes   ;
coming from a crowd and from wbhfH  Worcester Sauce 3 bottles 25c
he had wrested his way, sent a hard  . - - ���	
ball  to Gray, but the custodian    re I Pure Lard, three Ib. palls 45c
pelted the message, but soon after
Newsy beat Sandy with a low swift
ball in 1.34.
Salmon Bellies Score.
Ragging was the order for a couple
of minutes, and after a break away j
by Westminster, during   which   they   Bird Seed, per package 10c
1 Cooking Figs, 3 lbs 25c
Barley Flakes, 2 packages 25c
Rolled Oats, per sack 25c
favor of the extension ot their powers; sovereignty over the greatest empire
In this direction, and incidentally. | this world has ever seen.
- decided opinions upon the point j ^'The gderfuHy ��gj��jj^
���were expressed. More than^lpls me | great Emplre from the ^ne little 1s-
commissioners made It evident that | land kingdom of Queen Elizabeth's
the existing state of things.In.,respect | day to the vast proportions Xhtch It
to the serving of liquor at certain i ��<" assumes has formed part cf your
restaurants     supposedly      connected
George, the crown, emblematic of the. were summarily pulled short by Car-1
    " """'    : "   ter, Len Turnbull had a chance, and
���with licensed premises is to be looked
Into and improved.
It was perhaps not unnatural that
counsel for the proprietors    of    the
Koyal cafe should complain that they
were not being quite    fairly ^treated
when   other  restaurants  in   the  city
are permitted  to serve  liquor.    But,
of course, the point ls that these other
establishments lie within the shadow
and   influence  of  licensed  premises.
and are    therefore    entitled <:to sell
liquor    to restaurant. customers.    Unfortunately this privilege appears to'
bave been abused in some cases,   the
holders of licenses having sublet tlie j
restaurant  portion  of their  premises!
to otber parties for mete gain.    The
daily studies in the schools
"But I wish, however, to endeavor
to impress upon the minds of the
boys and girls assembled here this
afternoon that It is not in our vast
areas and broad possessions that we
should glory, but rather in those
liberties, those personal liberties of
the subject, won not without ��� many a
struggle, it ls true, and in winning of
them, this old flag floating over us
was oftentimes dyed a deeper hue, but
nevertheless liberties which are now
the birthright of every British' subject, i
"It Is our proud boast that we
hold a vaster empire than has been,
but it should be our proudest boast
that we as Britons are freest of the
free, and that onr Iaws; are %hfe admiration of all nations. With this
freedom comes great responsibilities.
"A turn hopefully and confidently
toward the future for we lAoW that
taking the ball    well    down    nimbly
passed to Hughie Gifford,    who   got
through in 4.23.
After Tom Rennle had been penai-
Maple Syrup, in pint sealers  25c
Corn Starch, 2 packages  15c
Laundry Starch, 3 packages 25&
lzed Griffiths went to the bench for  Eight cakes Oatmeal Soap -25c
five, and this had the effect of keep-'
ing    the   ball    immediately   outside Washing Ammonia, per bottle
Clarke.    The wall was too solid for   _..    ..     , T1 ��������� ������_ ,���,.
Chloride of Lime, per can  loc
.15c
Toilet Paper, 4 rolls for   25c
Buy sugar now. It always advances
before fruit season. Our price ls
right.
Choice Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. $1.00
Dairy Butter, per lb 30c
commissioners,' however, stated their. our beloved sovereign has a!ready dis-
determination of having this irregular  played unmistakable evidence that he
state of things    corrected,    so    that)��'" fM/ ��"��"'|P �� Hie high and
.    .,    .. .j,       n I noble standard of his illustrious fore-
only  those  actually  holding  licenses   bear8 ���>
a time, but it surely fell when Buck
Marshall carried all before him and
scored the second goal. Tom Gifford
received a disc for five, and the second quarter closed immediately afterwards.
Howard Sent Off.
A surprise was sprung upon the
Westminster fans by the ten minutes
penalty check handed to Hughie Gifford for alleged rough play on Godfrey, who was down for a three ���
minutes count. Next Fitzgerald went
through to the opposing goal, and
scored In flve minutes. Howard and
Phelan had an argument on the
bleacher side of the fleld, and as tho
result the Westminster man went oft
for ten minutes. .
Adamson  scored  again    and    tlltt-U,Fres1' strawberries and other fruits
mately Vancouver were returned win?" P> season always on hand,
ners by six goals to two. f Telephone 386.
Our teas at 35c, 40c and 50c per lb
beat any package teas on the market,
We can prove it.
Our fresh ground coffee at 40c wlll
sure please you.
We are always pleased to give you
samples of our teas and coffees.
te
should  be permitted to run the res
faurants attached to their   premises.
The enforcement of such a regulation
. , , .   .       .   .    ...      ' lng for the development ot. a nation
is certainly needed and shoul<J ensure e ^^^^ BBome Dt ��& m<iet lm'-
the better conduct ot some    ot    the 1 pjrtanj..    Some  of  tho    greatest
His Hoijor Judge Howay, >in the
course of his eloquent address, said
the silent and intangible forces mak-
ot    the 1
restaurant a ln thla city.
We do not believe the general pub-'
lie Is desirous ot being able to obtain
liquor with meals at any and' every
restaurant in the city.    Th& day has
xone  by  when people consfawed    tt
necessary  to  take    some   ^(Jjnulant ���
-with    their    meals.      The    tendency!
nowadays is rather to avoid  the indulgence.    Such as feel  they    must
bave some stimulant can very easily
adjourn to a saloon and obtain what
they require.   It is in fact, as remarc-
ed by one of the commissioners, a distinct advantage to have onejor more
restaurants where liquor is not sold.
This circumstance keeps away a certain  class of people and renders the
temperance cafe (if we may so term
it.) free from   any    objectionable   in-:
fluence   and   admits  of  women    and j
��hildren   partaking  of  meals  without
any risk of discomfort.
ot
those forces were patriotism and
love ot country. It waft British
patriotism which had made ..the Empire, and his honor referred to some
| of the historic incidents of our history,  the Spanish  Armada,   the  civil
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
- ��� rt.-* ;**.*-���-.
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
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, & C.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
FURNITURE SPECIALS
FOR MARKET SHOPPERS
Why
Is Hie Ansco Film in such higli public
favor '.'     Because   it    has    chromatic
balance   (an    ali ity   to  render  color
Utones in tbeir correct valui').
Why
Are the users of Cyko Papers so wei
satisfied ? Because they secure print]
��qual to those made by professional
photographers.
Why
$"*Sggn we save you a nice figure on Roll
Jllm Cameras? Because we handle
(pfependent lines not conti oiled by a
fjjgflce restricted plan.
!,et  us  help you    in    your    photo
,1-mggublee.    We know tiie business.
Extension Dining Tables
Golden finish, 40 inch square a^ fi-
top, extends to 6 feet; each ��p5.b5
Dining Chairs
Set of six in golden finish; these are
very strongly made and a1AQj%
well braced; the set ��p 1 U.SJU
Kitchen Chairs
Double rungs, turned back posts and
stamped back; tbe best chair   -~
ever offered at 5Uc.
Rockers
Suitable for kitchen or bedroom; a
very neat and comfortable (1 nr|
chair; special each ��pl.UU
Sea Grass Chairs
Only a few left. This is the last time
you will get the chance to a�� *******
buy these chairs at ��po.75
Floor Oilcloth
2 yards wide in all colorings
and patterns; the square yard
25c.
Scotch Linoleum
Made of best materials and finished
to give the best of wear; large ***
assortment of patterns; sq. yd. 45c.
Matting
In all colors,  the kind you usually
pay 25c. for our  price per   - -
yard     1 OC.
Dresser and Stand
In golden finish, 3 drawers in dresser
and large bevel plate mirror, *. QA
the pair only ��p"."0
Beds, Springs and Mattresses
at the lowest prices in the   ^ * * _
city. Springs from    ��pl .60
Mattresses from $2.25
,tt��
He Red Cross Pharmacy
7^   C:$. Davies, Prop.
43, 32 Sixth Street. 1
rftew Westminster,  B.C.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829A
WE SELL FOR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
B.C. MMs
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
tn��5!��' ilLH' 8HIN0LE8. SASH.   OOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN     AND
FANCY QLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  13/
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It ls the stuff tbat the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In tbe fu-
ture.   Money cannot be Invested until lt Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
1
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE. W. F. H. BUCKLIN
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.        Vice-President Sec. and Treaa.  '
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ==
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I
MATTERS MARTIAL
BY GARETH
I have been talking to a number ot
the militiamen lately returned (rom
the camp at KamlooDS, and the consensus ot opinion seems to be tbat it
was a most enjoyable outing tor all
who participated, but trom tbe point
of view of usefulness, was the usual
farce. As was anticipated by those
who are cognizant of the administration or the militia in this district, the
same old ding-dong routine of drill
was gone through as la done in tbe
armouries, and the only real work attempted was a held day'towards the
latter end of the supposed training.
The ISth. Fleld Ambulance, according to all accounts, spent most of
their time at stretcher drill. All this
work could have been equally well
carried out at headquarters snd the
heavy expenditure Incurred TiTTaklng
Uie various units to Kamloops and' at Cloverdale,
keeping them tbere twelve days
might well bave been avoided. I
don't mean that I am not in favor of
camps of instruction as a means of
training, but unless they are taken
seriously and a common sense syllabus of training drawn up and strictly adhered to, they devolve Into a
mere fraudulent expenditure of tbe
public funds. Perhaps it ls expecting too much of a general staff,
themselves for the most part devoid
of practical experience, to train the
active militia in an up-to-date manner; the real blame ls attached to the
executive headB of the militia department who do not carry out their
duties.    It ls their business   to   see
forced to compromise and agreed to
fulfil their contract with the military
band, wbo are to get their pay but
will not be required to play.
5PQRTS
SENIOR AMATEUKS ARE
BEHIND ON GOALS AGAIN
NOTICE.
Second Time in Week V. A. C
qulsh Westminster Boys���Game
Called Off at Third Quarter.
Van
Members of A and B companies,
104th regiment, will parade at the
drill hall, Friday, June 23, at eight
o'clock, for the purpose ot receiving
tbeir drill pay.
By order.
CAPT. P. H. SMITH,
Acting Adjutant.
The coronation parade yesterday
gave spectators a good Idea of the
growth of the militia on the Pacllic
slope. Where three years ago we only
bad tbe 5th. Artillery in Victoria, the
Oth. Hides with six companies in Vancouver and two in New Westminster
and tbe Rocky Mountain Rangers ln
the interior towns, today we have the
5th. in Victoria, the ��th. with eight
companies in   Vancouver, the   72nd.
Highlanders, also eight companies 0f the fleld. The Westminster homo
and tbe 18th. Field Ambulance, 102 of. was slow In shooting, and bad not 'he
all ranks in the same clty; New j combination shown by the Athletio
Westminster has- tbe 104th. Regl- club, and thereby lay the secret of the
ment with two companies at head- lost game. Only three quarters were
quarters, one at Chilliwack, and one | piayed, as the time bad   overlapped
; ���  ���
The senior amateurs  were    badly
beaten at Recreation park yesterday
morning by   the V. A. C, the   final
score reading eight    goals     to two. I
They seemed quite ofT color, and tho'
home twelve held them ln every part
Money to Loan
ON MORTGAGES
Prince Rupert has an
infantry unit, tbe British Columbia
Horse, the 102nd. Regiment are scattered tbrough the Interior, while Independent companies of infantry are
springing up in many of the towns.
A company of engineers are in course
of formation ln Nortb Vancouver and
there ls talk of a company of army
service corps ln the Terminal City.
I saw a number of the 72nd. Highlanders at tbe fair in Vancouver on
Monday; their uniforms certainly
looked well and as far as I can remember were the exact counterpart
of the regiment from whom they take
tbeir name.
One thing I was very disappointed' seconds
In was the only shell Jacket I saw. j V. A. C
tbnt the permanent forces are kept ln j This Is undoubtedly the prettiest part
an efficient state because from them
the active militia are supposed to receive their instruction.   Judging from
the period set for the coronation
exercises. Wright did most of tbe
scoring for the V. A. C. while Fitzgerald and Hume were the two men
responsible for tbe Westminster goals.
The penalties were thoroughly deserved, particularly the ten minutes
given to Donahue. Tuck gave a square
deal to both parties.
Summary.
First quarter���V. A. C, Wright, 5.15
mins.; V. A. C, Peacock, 65 seconds;
V. A. C. Wright, 1.25 mins.; Westminster, Fitzgerald, 20 seconds.
Second quarter���V. A. C, Wright,
4.4 mine.
Third quarter���V. A. C, Peacock, 10
V. A. C, Painter, 5.35 mins.;
Wright.    1.30 mins.;  West
results, however, and the reports aq
nually made by the Inspector general, the officers of the permanent
forces are for. the most part barely
acquainted ���* with the ethics of their
profession. How then can the officer of the militia gain knowledge of
what may be termed his hobby? It
ls true that they might ger together
and by reading, discussion and mutual help, make themselves familiar
'with'the elementary part of soldiering, but they have not in most cases
the necessary keenness to do so, and
many that have sufficient ardour lack
��the opportunity.
Of course it is   a recognized   fact
that the quality of any article is generally  in accordance with  the   price
paid for it, and it is foolish to expect
a practically  unpaid army to attain
the same degree of efficiency as a professional one, but it is obvious to all
that the efficiency, or lack of it, displayed  by our active militia   is   but
very small return for the money annually invested-ih it by the taxpayers.    The fault, as I said   before, is'
har>)lr in them, but in those who al-)
low  the permanent  forces,  who are;
probably paid as highly as any regit- [
lar troops in the world, to   be   still i
meandering through the dark ages of i
the science of war, and who  conse-|
quently   impregnate   their   volunteer I
comrades   with   the   same   spirit   of.
aloth. ,.      )
Perhaps tbe fact that we hava no,
frontiers   bordering   on   those   of   a!
first-class military power, as most of
ihe continental nations have, and that
we have no standing menace contln-1
uallv at our doors, is conducive to tie
comatose    state   which   undoubtedly!
prevails in our department of militia |
and defence to.day; but it is well to
remember that ln these days of rapid
transit and  communication,  political
events move fast, and in a few days
a nation may be suddenly drawn into
a quarrel   and embroiled   ln   a   war
���without any time to   mobilize, much
less  to  train,  an  army.      Therefore
efficiency, strength and preparedness
are tho three sterling qualities to be
fostered   and   encouraged   by   every
community that prizes its integrity.
Suppose we ask ourselves the question:     "Have we any  flghting   force
which we could nut into the fleld at
a short notice, confident in its power
to meet and hold its own against a
trained enemy?"    The answer is obvious.   We have a very small permanent force consisting of excellent material   but  poorly organized,   insufficient lv trained, badly led and inadequately    equipped;    in    addition
which we have  a  large   number
skeleton  regiments of  untrained   ml-,
litia also  composed of splendid material, but officered mostly by civilians     Some of these are very poorly |
equipped, some are not equipped at
all  (to wit. the 104th. Regiment, now
formed a year and a half), and some
which, although existing only on the
pages of the quarterly militia list, aie
of as much practical use   as lighting
units as any of the others.
Th" officials of the Made in Can-
ado Fair must be feeling pretty mean
lust    now.      Having    borrowed   .the
Vancouver drill hall and put the mil -
tla there to a great deal ���of "Moii'enU
ence   they   proceeded   forthwith  to
treat the hand of the 6th. Regimen
in a way which to say the least, mlgm
be termed "dirty."    They contracted
with the military hand   to play   two
performances      and     the    members
of it volunteered    to give    a   third
one free of cost.    However   itsi headquarters  In  the  States,  objected  to
the  military  hand   on   the   grounds
that   lt was   non-union,   and   threat-,
ened to call down the wrath of Social-
ism  and trades  unionism   upon   the
fair if the soldiers were allowed   to
nlay     The fith. Regiment band were
at this time in the bandstand preparing to commence upon their program,
but the fair managers thoroughly Intimidated, came and requested them
to desist, and  told them that   their
contract was cancelled.    On this be-
?S reported to the local  mil tla   au-
thorlties they threatened to close   he
drill hall, and the promoters of the
Made in Canada fair being still sub-
���     servient to the American union were
minster, Hume, 4.55 mins.;  V. A. C,
of tbe inlanders kit and should,   of  Peacock, 20 seconds,
course be close fitting.     The one II Penalties,
saw was on a sergeant and looked for,    First quarter���F. Matheson  (Van),
all the world like a sweater, as  in-  2 min.; Digby (West.), 5 mins.
deed, I heard a lady call lt.   It liter-,1     Second  quarter���Murray   (Van.)    2
ally hung around him in rolls.   High,mins.: Fitzgerald (West.), 3 mins.'
iahdera.uniform is undoubtedly one of;    Third quarter���Donahue  (Van.), 10
the prettiest In the service, but It is mins.; Fitzgerald (West.), 3 mins'.
the one which above all things must. The Teams,
flt the wearer, and a kilt too long or1.    V. A. A.���Vernon, goal;  F. Mathe-
too    short    Immediately    turns    the  son,  point;   Burns, cover;    McCyaig,
whole thing Into a caricature.
GUN CLUB SHOOT !
AT MOODY PARK YESTERDAY
I  !
The coronation day shoot at Moody
park resulted as under, Kirkland
breaking 25 in the last 25 shots he
fired:
Shot at. Broke.
A. Turnbull ���;...'.-.   . ...  50 84
E. Tomllnson    75 55
J. Eagles 75 39
A.  S.  Kirkland     50 39
J. Galloway   75 61
C. McLean    .... 75 55
A. Turner ....  ...''.'!... 76 33
Donahue and Painter, defence field;
E. Matheson, centre; Gunn, Peacock
and Murray, home field; Wright, In-,
side home; Crookall, outside home.
Westminster���Keary, goal; Digby,
point; Galbralth, cover; Gregory,
Cooper and Fitzgerald, defence field;
Hume, centre; W. Sclater, J. A. Smith
and Kenny, home field; C. Smith, Inside home; J. Gifford, outside home.
Officials.
Referee���G. Tuck, Vancouver.
Goal umpires���C. Herman, Vancouver; D. Sinclair, Westminster.
Timekeepers���H. Turnbull, Westminster; A. Godfrey, Vancouver.
Penalty timekeepers���J. I. Keary,
Westminster; M. Oppenhelmer, Van
couver.
Now on the '
market
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District lot 171, corner Sixth avenue and Twentieth street
. New cutoff runs through  property
and the Eburne carline just below.
Cheap   takes,   cheap  carfare, pure
spring water, beautiful view.
Just 22 lots on tbe subdivision and
Prices range from
$700 up
the terms are very easy, viz; one-
quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24
months.
If you wish to secure a lot In this
choice subdivision you will have to
hurry!  hurry! hurry!
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Phone
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AT REASONABLE
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The Westminster Trust
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Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham Dresses, all in good colors
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When you buy a Fashion-Craft suit, you
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Clean-cut, red-blooded, clear thinking
men are the ones who hove created the enormous demand for Fashion-Craft Clothes.
Prices $15.00, $18.00 to $35.00.
Our salesman will be glad to show you through our
wardrobe.    You will be under no obligation to buy.
To ensure delivery in time for your
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. TT
EVERY CANDIDATE IN DAILY NEWS AUTO
CONTEST HAS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
/	
More Votes Cast Yesterday Than on Occasion Since Contest Started���People Paid ini
Advance for Other Papers Can Subscribe for the News and Have it
Started at Expiration of Other Subscription���Candidates
Living in One District Can Secure Votes in Others.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Colombia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jew elry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
The Auto That Will Be Given Away
BvThe Daily News, Aug. 5, was purchaaed from lhe McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd.
X B   C. BRANCH:   1285 PENDER  STREET WEST. COWiM Jl��** JJJ��"f2K*
MACHINE  ON   DISPLAY  AT  T. A. MUIR S* COS DRUG STORE, COLUMBIA  STREET.
A candidate rushed into the Dally
News office the other day. "Give me
ballots for these subscriptions, quick,"
she said. The contest man got out
his book of ballots, made them out
and handed them to her. She toon
them with a satisfied look and started
fo* the door. "What's your hurry,"
asked the contest man. l'he hurried
candidate looked out of the corner of
her eye and smiled. "Why shouldn't
I hurry," she said, "I am going after
the first grand prize inth e contets
the first grand prize in the contest,
and if I don't hurry, someone ls goin,;
to beat me to It. I Just saw a new.
comer in town and 1 am going to nail
him. Of course he wants the Daily
News, and I am going to get the
votes."   She got them. /
Every candi late In the contest has
the same opportunity, if they will only
make up their minds to take advantage of the great opportunity. Don't
start to hurry the last week of the
contest.   DO IT NOW.
More votes were eaBt today ln the
great News contest than on any other
day since the opening of the strubble.
The candidates are just beginning   to
' realize tbe magnitude of this greatest
of opportunities and are not taking on
of opportunities and are not taking no
for an answer, or being stood off with
promises of assistance later. Remember a subscription   in  'the   hand   is
worth any number ln the bush, for it
is only those in the hand that count
for votes.    Be an early bird and get
the votes now while the fleld Is un-
worked, for it will be harder later.
An    organized    campaign,    started
now,  will  prove  a  fighting  machine
with which you will be able   to poll:
thousands of votes, and It is thc votes
which  will  decide  the  winner when
the great contest .comes to a close on
August 5.    Organize and start today.
Don't waste time worrying about other
candidates.    They   have  troubles    of!
their own.    Don't listen to wonderful
reports about how many  votes your
opponent has.    Someone may be trying to frighten you off the track.
Vote getting is on in earnest now
hy  a great many  of the active candidates for the prices offered, in the
t>al\y;: News big  contest.    Tbe plums
���will go to those who iustly earn tb^m,
and  the count will b. fair  and  there
le hut one way to. -*n\*���either through
your own Individual ettorts or through
the united support of  your  friends-
acquire all the votes in the shape of
special  ballots issued    on paid    subscription anl conpons " c'fpped    from
the paper that you  possibly can secure.
A Prize for an Effort.
This is your opportunity to secure!
one of the eleven costly and desirable
gifts   absolutely    fre3.     Nothing    is
ever gained   by   standing   back   and I
allowing others to secure the prizes
of life.    Here is an exceptional offer
in   which   many  valuable  prizes  wlll!
he awarded to popular ladles strictly
on their ambition and energy.
Future Subscriptions.
Contestants may find in some cases!
friends who wish to help them In the j
contest  by  subscribing  for  the  Daily
News, but are already taking a local!
paper,  which is paid in advance and
do   not  desire   to  receive  more  than
one local daily  in  their home at the |
same time.    The contest department I
has arranged to accept and issue votes!
on   all   such  subscriptions,  the  paper
to .^art. at any future date that the
i- il ���-:��� riv.er may d^-slenafe.
Securing  Subsc'iotions.
Caadidatca  in  any  'er'ain  district!
���ra .-. bo ns rwtfletcd fro*n sscur-l
--'        tet Mn  in  ��r. ���������  locality that
'   -     :���>..���   v*t.;.     Vttt hDrtaacy, a can-
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rti-n-.     rar   -feii--      f,    'hi*     t-s.n'fft-.
whether    rif4    j .:��<��� -.���:���,*-*     rir    n��w '
Votes   ii'--   ,���**���.���-���:   :������    i      > ,-.?-.-i;.tl'in
payment ei -.-�� KtJtlxt tr* mart. _
The Prizes.
Eleven in all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes- wiil be
divided  into the  tlree district.I as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes In the
three districts, combined will he awarded the $1750 Mclaughlin
Buick touring car.
The candidate receiving the most votes in the remaining thiec
districts will lie awarded th? |600 piano. This piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house ancl is on display at their siorc, the
Walker block, 425 Colnmb'a at reet.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice'of the district prises.
The  Nine  District  Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from the Westminster Modern
Business college. They are good for eight months tuition and worth
f'Jii each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased from
Galloway & Lewis and can oe seen at their store, corner Fourth
and  Columbia streets.
Three beautiful soli.l 14k. gold watches worth $40. each, purchased from and, on display at T. Gifford's 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.
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District No 3���All territory covered by the Dally and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
j
PHOTO BY W. T. COOK8LEY.
���'Model 27" Price Complete, $1 750
The purchasing of a motor car resembles the pui chase of a diamond or
a precious stone; the reputation of
the firm   from   which   either is   pur-
and by thorough workmanship In unseen details.
The  undeniable  success   we    have
met  with  in  marketing  our  produc:
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.
Get rid of that thought. Every care-
Miss Bell Hood, 513 Queens Ave. 1650
Miss M. Elley, 220 Third St 1340
Miss Helen C. Day, 208 Regina
St 1940
votes to which you are entitled.
Secret Ballot.
It Is pointed out that if the contestant so wishes he can turn in his
subscriptions, and have his votes issued as a secret ballot. Tbis is the
votes will not be taken into consideration, except at the close of a period,
or in the event of a special prize being
offered.
Unpaid  Subscription: Count.
All subscribers to the Daily News
who are in arrears on their subscription account, and who settle same,-
are entitled to votes according to the
schedule.    When  you pay  your sub-jMiss Winnie Keary, 72 First St. 1160
scription  be  sure    you    receive  the | Miss Marie Morrow, 321 Queens
Ave 1200
Miss    Lillian     Jenkins,     503
If you do your best and fa�� to win I Fourth  Ave    1950
the  first  grand  prize, you  can be  aa-1 Mi���   Ruby   Fletcher,   117   Third
sured   that   lt   you   come   out   second 1 Ave  2GOO
best  in  your  district  you  will   get     a I Ru KoblnBon      Queens
prize  that  16 worth    ten    times    thel pQri, 1-nn
effort you have put forth to win it.       | rarK       1'uu
Miss Rogers, 227 Third St 1680
Miss Jennie  Bryson 1000
Miss Daisy Dawe, Fourth St. and
Queens'Ave          1670
Miss Kathleen Welsh, 325 Sherbrooke  St.,  Sapperton 1470
Miss Naomi Rolph,    221    Third
St    1950
Miss Adele Bilodeau, 214 Carnarvon   St 4540
Miss G. Corrigan, 122 Royal Ave. 1490
Mrs. Winnie Tait, 29    Columbia
St  1760
Miss  Evelyn   Cunningham   ....   8370
Miss C. Boule  1640
Mrs. E. Thompson   1140
Mrs. C.  S.  Davies, 314  Warren
Ave U60
Mrs. Hugh Gordon, 237 Third St. 100J
chased must be   absolutely    reliable, can be attributed only to a wide, ac-
Long before we    entered    into    our curate knowledge of what is right and
motor   car   construction,   the   name best.   This   knowledge   we   have en-
"McLaughlin" was symbolic    of    the deavored to transmit to otjr auttomo- fui student of economics today admita
perfect-     conveyance���42   years'    ex biles, producing a car well worthy of that the motor car Is mt a luxury���
perience.   We have endeavored to ui- the Canadian public and one of whicli It pays Its way as a time-saver and a
hold this reputation as our automobile they may well feel proud.   :                 i health conserver.
manufacturing developed.    The    con- This  may he read  by  some    who.      Did   you  ever  hear  of a  motorist *
struction of our cars is not upon ex- while   remotely  considering  the  pos- speaking  In   terms  of  dissatisfaction
perimental lines, but    on    the   con- slbilities of a motor car, either    fo.- of the Idea of owning a car ?   If you
trary,   their   effectiveness   and   dura- business  or  pleasure,  still  have  not did. It Is safe to say that the car he
bility has been brought about by yea"3 reached the    joint    where- they are owns I snot a McLaiiphlin-Ruick.
owns Is not a McLaughlin-Buick.
Mrs. Poigndestre, 39 Albert Cres- J
cent  I960 | of careful development and designing justified in making the expenditure
Miss Genevieve  Drlscoll,    402
First St 3170
Miss Katie Muir,      2100
Miss Hazel Kenny, 417    Second
SL   1210
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St George  1420
HE 2nd GRAND PRIZE #%$&��&��*"
WORMWim PIANO
DESCRIPTION,
New improved scale with heavy iron plate. Double veneered in
figured wftlnut or mahogany. Carved toy) panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining |p<ial. Roiling fa'l, continuous hinges throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action. Ivory ke*'s. 7 Mi octaves. Patent noiseless pedal
action. DIMENSIONS.
Height, 4 feet (i Inches. Wlrttn, 5  feet  1 %   Inches.   Depth,  8   teal   8  In.
O&SS&ai The Columbia Piano Co., &5 w!
Standing of Candidates.
See   the   Three   Beautiful
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.
District No. 1���All territory west oi
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
Miss Ethel Buckland, 609 Qu:-ens
Avenue         1150
Miss  Brooks, Thirteenth St 1720
Miss  Kunice Bride, 421 Ash St..  1170 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Miss   Frances   Cunningham,   727 i Miss Pearl   Brlce,  Ladner    lliln
Third  Ave   1140   Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley    1240
Miss May Kitson, 52 Sixth St. .. 1000   Mrs. G.  W. Sterling,  Le  Koclie
Miss Laura Lavery, 608 Carnir- I Landing        1150
v��n  St    1420  Mrs. Rawlinson, Langley
Miss  Bonnie Tidy, corner Tenth ! Mrs. V
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
1000
Bt and  Fourth Ave   1340
Miss Irene Ki'khoff, 725 Cainar-
I i,u   Bl    1200
Mist  Mary   Kastman.  Klghtli  St.
and Queens Ave   1190
Miss  Mary  Antoine,    Kighth  St. |
and Fourth Ave   1000
MIm Johnson, 811 Ash Bt .-1220,
ing
E. Hen ing. Fords Land-
1530
1500
1000
1200
MIkm Hangster, 422 Sixth St.  ...  1000   Miss   Annie    Hambrook,
MlM Anna RtUMt], 509  Holland Vtncouver
Ht.	
Mn    A'.  K.  Cales, 67  McKenzie
K'     	
MfM    Kthel    Ennls,    811
 ^i^H
Cortir.x* r.t;.:% fkftfltti '>.
Not enit'-    1   m   -an/*,  rema'n   to
PTIire thf.  -.',t<.*  r,*��� t* 1 ������-.:��� ;   in  win  Hie
Mir prt'es .Tnirt iWnV of B, e'oran
prizei havlne a valus of V'.'O'i titere 11
nhfolntelv free to cqccessful contest
nnts In the three districts. An-' of
t^ese magnificent prizes an wo:th :i
strenuous effort..
Absolute Secrecy.
This method ensures absolute secrecy, and should, therefore, appeal to
those of the candidates who are adverse to showing th^ir hand to the
rest, and to the public at large.
Vlss St;wart, Fraser Mills 	
MIsb Florence Lord. Ladner ....
Miss  Ruby  Kirkland,  Ladner...
MIbs    Kathleen    McBride,    Port
Guichon   1000
Miss Katie Neilson, South Vancouver     1000
South
^^���n^^^^^    1-00
1260  Miss Rosy  Philco.v, Mission   ..
I Christie McGregor, Ladner   ...
. i      3-r(l)  Mlas Maggie Gilchrist, Lander.
  '"       Miss Lily Burr, Ladner 	
\--i*  MiBB Vcia Glllanders, Ladner .
^^^^^   ]l     ,Mlss Emma Chlddell, Ladner .
Miss ll'-U-n Shaw, 214 Mowat. St  3700  Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner
Mfl    K    Sterling,  612   Brantford 1400  Miss Olive Alexander,  Sunbury
,���������  Miss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury.
Mn   Thompson,  .......... ���������*��?�� i Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner ...
Violet   McGttffen,  Z08    Eleventh ! Miss Fdlth Falk, Westham Island 1000
H*    '   ���,;    iii,   Miss G. Dove, North  Vancouver 1070
Miss Olive Archibald  .......   ...1100 Ml ��� M   Peterson   1510 Charles
Mrs. It. Collie, 1016 St Andrews 1020 gt _ Vancouvep     1000
Mrs.  L.  MacLean ..l ��   Mra  Kennedy, Fraser Mills .... 1000
miss McAdam. 1016 .th Ave. .. 1000 MlBS He,     Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Mrs. Walter. Thompson   10*M>f Ave. East, Vancouver  1000
Mrs. E. W. Money, BurquiUam.. 1000
District N'o. 2���All territory east of  M|8g Grace Morrison. Kdmonds. 5100
west   side  of  Sixth  street,  Including Mrs. W. T. McGlloray,   Chilliwack 1580
����ni,ertrin MlaB Huff- Chilliwack       1000
sapn-no.. ! Miss Ethel McCahe, Chilliwack . 1320
Miss    Sinclair,    Third   St.   and Miss K. Smith, Abbotsford   .... 1000
Third Ave  1280 Miss Effie Wooler, Abbotsford .. 1020
Miss    Hosana    Beverldge,    230 Miss May Musgrave, Earl's Road 1050
Third Ave 1620 Miss Gertrude Voigt, East   Col-
MIes Florence McLeod, 240 Third lingwood   11001
St. .1430  Miss Murray, Central Park    1070
1600
1000
1130
1000
1000
1000
1000
1300
1280
1000
Furniture   Sets
That the Daily News is giving away August 5th. They
Ware purchased from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
Three $96.00 Scholarships in
s
the Wesiminster Modern
Business College
Will be given away by the Daily News
August 5th, 1911. m
Our premises are large and airy,
occupying the upper floor of the Cunningham building, which Is situated
in the busiest husiness section of the
city. This is no small advantage. It
Is most central for business men who
wish to call on us to obtain office
help, ancl as all car lines    pass our
doors It Is most conveniently located
for all students from the suburbau
districts.
Attention is especially called to the
excellent teaching staff and to the
splendid facilities afforded students
to secure an extrance into business
life after graduation.
���*.;*
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   Thsy are on display at
I.   Gilford S   Jewelry Store,  Columbia Street
Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care
of The Daily News, "Phone L 22 FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
1ST LAND DISTRICT���District of
oast���Take notice that 1, C. John-
of   Moose   Jaw,    Saskatchewan,
iipatlon carpenter. Intends to apply
permission  to  purchase  the    tolling described lands:   Commencing
Fa post planted at the southeast sldj
the south end of Read Island an I
the northeast coiner ot T. L. 37502
hence  west  80 chains, tlience north
10    chains, thence    east    80 chains,
[thence south    40 chains,    containing
220 acres mare or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated Aprll 10th, 1911.
[COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict tt
Coast���Take notice that 1, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortes
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence souta CO
chains to salt water, thence 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.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice  that 1,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C , occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
ot W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east   80
chains, tlience north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence   south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-1 pared or to be prepared by the Do-
TRICT���District of New Westmin-j partment of Labor, which schedule
ster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry j will form part of the contract.
Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation I Contractors are requested to bear
Broker, Intends to apply tor permls-iin mind, that tenders will not be con-
sion to purchase the following des- sldered unless made strictly in ac-
crlbed  lands: | cordunce with the printed forms, and
Commencing at a post planted at ain the case of Arms, unless there are
point on the westerly shore ot Green; attached the actual signature, the
lake, which point Is situate about] nature of tbe occupation, and place
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from j of lesidence of each member ot the
the northerly end of the said Qreen  firm.
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence I An accepted bank die iue for tho
south 40 chains, tbence east 40 chains I sum or 1200,000.00 made payable to
more or less to the'shore of Green'the order of the Minister of Hallways
lake, thence northerly following the! and Canals must accompany each ten-
sbore of Qren lake to tbe point ofj der. which sum will be forfeited if
commencement, containing one    hun-; the party tendering declines entering
dred and sixty   (160)  acres more or
HARRY TINN
Thomas Gf*er, Agent
Dated  April  22,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westmln
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occu
pation married woman, Intends to an
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of tbe
mouth of Marble Creek, aad about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked Nortli
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains', thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John Oreer, Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
Into  contract for  the  work, at    the
rates stated In the offer submitted
The cheques thus sent in wlll be
returned to the respective contractor*
whose tenders are not accepted.
The cheque of the successful ten
derer 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 Canal;!
Ottawa, May 26. 1911.
(Newspapers  inserting  this  advertisement without -authority from the
Department will not'be paid for it.)
Order 0/ Service
In Venerable kbbey
(Continued from Page Three I
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the  undersigned and endorsed  "Ten-;
der  for  Publlc  Building,   Cranbrook, '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^���
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m.,, erelgn had been crowned.   At t!;e cor-1
on Monday. June 12, 1811, for the con-  onatlon  of   King   Edward   VII.,  long
struction ot a Public Building, Cran-  after the acclamation within the ab-
brook, B. C. j bey   had   died   away,   from   without
I'lans, specification and form of con-; came the sound of tbe shouting of the \
tract can be seen and forma of ten-! people, the booming of the guns, and
der obtained at the offices ot Mr. Wm. j the clanging of the bells while   the
Henderson,   Resident   Architect,   Vic-  king   sat   motionless,   the   sparkling!
toria, B. C, at the post  office, Cran-, crown on his head, and the sceptre in'
brook, and at this Department. his hand.
Persons tendering are notified that! The archbishop charged the king,
tenders will not be considered unless' "Be strong and of good courage," and
made on the printed forma supplied,. the choir sang the anthem "The
and signed with their actual slgna- j kings shall rejoice ln Thy Strength
tures,  stating  their occupations   and  o Lord." ^^^H
' places of residence.     In the case of'
Arms, the  actual signature, the   na
ture of tbe occupation and place of
residence of each member of tbe firm
must be given.
The Bible      ^^^^
The   presentation of the Bible   to
the sovereign was tbe next ceremony.
This   dates   from   King   William   of
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict of  New   Westminster.���Take    notice    that    1, H.    M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
AUCTION 8ALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 551, comprising
tbe 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
chant, intend to apply for permission               	
to  purchase   the  following  described  ��he Province of British* Columbia, in
I township 4, range 28, west of the 6th
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that 1, George' janag:
^"b��rn' l^tallS ?��  ��dWCU|ot      Comraencln* at a P��8t P'anted about; Meridian. and""comp7ising"ihat portion
tlon  carpene.     "tend  to  iWW  one mlle east of T. L. 32454, and two   of the ,8land ,��� ^ecti0^ n a"nd 24
permission to purchase the fol.owing  m|le8   fIom    Ha8lam   Lake    thence'
described lands.    Commencing at   a I so(Jth
80   chains,   thence    west   80
post planted 10 chains north of the( cha)ng thence north 80 chains, thence
southeast corner of lot 111, thence, eagt 80 cna|ns t0 nolnt of commence-
east 60 chains, ihence south to attains, ment and cuntalnfng 640 acre8 more
thence west 60 chains, thence north       j
60 chains, containing 360 acres,
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 13th, 1,911.     	
OAST LAND DISTRICT���DUtrict o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
May 2, 1911.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New  Westmin-
_ ster.-Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
cupation"broker," intena" to'apply'for] of Vancouver, occupation banker, in
permission to purchase (he following! tend to apply or permission to pur-
lescribed lands: Commencing at *. case the following described lands:
lost planted at the southwest corner | Commencing at a post planted
BT L 40884 thence west 40 chains,' about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
>nee north 20 chains, thence west and two miles from Haslam Lake,
chains thence north 60 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west
ence east 60 chains, thence soutli 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
chains thence east 20 chains,! thence east 80 chains to the point ot
Snce  south   40    chains,  containing; commencement   and   containing   640
' acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
lying east of the Indian reserve, containing an area of 215 acres, more or
less.
A license wlll not be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the fl^st
year, bave been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in tbe
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to tbe Crown Timber
Agent! at  New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, May 20, 1911.
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when calle* upon to do so, or fall to
complete tbe work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted tbe cheque
wlll be returned.
Tbe Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public  Works, Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department).
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
acre.'                                      ._
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
^)ated  April   16th,  1911.  	
��OAST LANTi DISTRICT���District of; NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
" Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes | TRICT���District of New Westmln-
Dlck, ot Calgary, Alberta, occupation Bter.���Take notice that I. R. B. Fran-
married woman, Intend to apply for1 eis, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
permlBBlon to purchase tbe following chant, Intend to apply for permission
described lands. Commencing nt a ito purchase the following described
post planted at the northeast corner; lands-,
of lot 380 thence west 80 chains,) Commencing
thence  north  80  chains,  thence  east   about one mlle
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chalus,1 and  two  miles  from   Haslam   Lake.
, thence east  40  chains,  thence  south | thence  east  80  chains,  thence  south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
tbence north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing C40
acres more or ions.
R.   B.   FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,   Agent
May 2. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration to the estate of
Elizabeth Ann Scott deceased intestate, late of Westminster Junction,
were granted by the Supreme Court
of British Columbia in probate io
John Reece Scott and Loftus Roberti
Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all persons having any claims or demands
against the said Elizabeth Ann Scott
who died at tbe City of New Wesv
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are
required on or before the 1st day ot
u��i  �� aiven. | Orange.    The Dean   of "Westminster
Each tender must be accompanied   brought  from   the  altar   tbe    Bible
by an accepted cheque on a chartered whtcn had been ,��� tne pro^gi,,,,  rt
bank, payable to the order   of   the the Begalla  and gave ,t t   tbe  ki
Honourable the  Minister   pf   Publlc wlth the exhortation beginning   "Our
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 tid I Grac)oug KIng   we pre8ent wUh
of the amount of the  tender, .if blco | Mb book> tne mogt va,uable   thlng
tbat this world affords. Here is wisdom, bere Is- tbe royal law, these are
the lively oracles of Cod, etc." Tbe
Bible was then returned to tbe altar.
The archbishop then pronounced over
the king a benediction, and the assembly respond "Amen" to every section of the blessing. The beautiful
Te Deum was then sang by tbe choir.
The Inthronizatlon.
Tbe king was now conducted to
his throne and seated there in state,
and the following remarkable address ls made by the Archblsbopa and
bisbopa: ''stand fast and hold fast
from henceforth the seat and state of
Royal and Imperlal majesty, which ls
this day delivered unto you in the
name and by the authority of Almighty God by the bands of us, tbe
bishops and servants of God, though
unworthy." ��� Then the king on bis
throne received tbe homage of the
lords temporal, who took off their coronets and knelt before the king, according to precedence.
Queen's Coronation.
During this time the queen had
seated ln her chair on the soutb side
of the altar. She now rose and supported by two bishops, advanced to
the altar. Sbe was escorted by tbe
chief lady attending, by six daughters of earls who bore her train, and
by tbe ladies of the bed chamber
The queen knelt before tbe altar, and
the Archbishop of York, who crowned
Queen Mary, recited a benediction
over her. Then the chief lady attending removed the purple velvet
cap with the Jewelled circlet, which
the queen had been wearing, and then
the queen proceeded to tbe place of
her anointing. Four peeresses held
the pall above her bead, and she was
anointed ln the same manner as tbe
king, and a ring beatowc.l upon her.
The Archbishop of York then took ���
her crown from tbe altar and placed ,-
It upon the head of the queen, saying:   "Receive  the  crown   of   glory,
honor and Joy."    The   two   sceptres
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
seen and full Information obtained at
the office of the District Officer Commanding Military Distiict No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquartera, Ottawa and
tbe Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson. B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender, pay
ororti	
TEA
In commemoration   of   the
coronation of King George V,
"Ridgways" have put on  tht
market a  coronation tin of a
most picturesque and exquisite
design,   bearing excellent  portraits of King George V, Queen
Mary and the Prince of Wales
Special panels have been designee4
representing   Canada,   India
Africa,    Australia    and    New
Zealand.
Only a limited number have
been imported.
Price 60c. for one pound tins
At Beat Shop.
RIDGWAYS
DR. C. GORDON HEWITT,
Dominion Entomologist, saj*.
tmUtmt to the inftattlc death rate boa inlcttiaal
iiseasm aad diarrhoea spread by tha house fly, he
beiievet thai the to-called harmleu fly ii yearly
g**it$**%* death ol thoanwrlt oi iafuli, at well at
' *g*$*Jb*S the gems ci typhoid lever.
WILSON'S.
Fly Pads
are die only thing that will rid your
bouse of these dangerous pests.
?KleM? ,tb.e ��rd,er���?,f,��the   ^��n��UfIabU>ere then delivered to her, and while
the Minister of Militia and Defence. | ������  ��������,,   u_, '__   r���   Zlz
at    a   post   pl.n^�����]^
east of T. L.  32454.  ^^Tt&lrtffBST^T^l^ ����� ������* ���� to~
fmm       Hftfllam       Lake. I   T .���...      TimUm..     am**.       .^n,lnl.t..lni>.   I *****.* _.
|0  chains, containing 480 acres more
less.
AGNES  DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent,
feted April ICth, 1911.
lAST    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict
Coast-Take notice that I, George
���������r.l Dick of Calgary, Alberta, oc- NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
nSuon real estate Intends to apply TRICT-Distrlct of New Westmln-
,or amission to purchase he fol- ster.-Take notice that I, W. E. Fry.
����wine described-lands: Commencing! of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker.
.t o nnst nlantei southeast corner of | intend  to apply    for permission    t.i
a post planted so
T.  L. 31792, thence north 8u chains,' purchase    the    following
thence east 80 chains, thence south 101 lands:
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 820 ncres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert Warren,  Agent.
Dated April ICth, 1911.
described
Commencing at a post planted abou*
one mlle east of Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, thence 80 cbalns west, thence
80 chains nortli. thence 80 chains eas'.
thence 80 chains south to point nf
commencement, and containing C40
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o|
Coast-Take notice that I, Hannah,
F^SnS^&a^^WirSiKKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DT*
ermis' on to purchase the following      TRICT-Dlst It of New  Westmln-
descr bed  lands:     Commencing  at a  ster.-Take    notice   that
post planted at the southeast corner  Fry.   of   Seattle,   Wash.
which amount will be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or tail to complete it ln accordance with the tender.
ma   not bind Mc
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 608, Residence pbone 501.
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators,
their names and addresses, and full
particulars in writing of their claims,
and statement of their accounts verified by statutory declaration, and ths
nature of tbe securities, lf any, held
by tbem.
And take notice that after the let
day of July, 1911, the said John Reece
Scott and Loftus Robert Scott wiil
proceed to distribute the assets of
the said deceased among the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only
to tbe claims of which they shall
then have had notice, and the said
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robert
Scott, administrators, will not be
liable for any debts or liabilities of
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott of which
they shall not have then received
notice.
Dated this 5th day of June. 1911.
WADE,    WHEALLER.    McQUARRlE
& MARTIN,
Solicitors for John  Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott.
of T. L. 31792, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, tlience east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boono Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
I, Dorothy
  occupation
married woman, Intend to apply fo'
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nbiJt
ono mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562. thence   east 80 chaina,
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
an anthem was being sung by the
choir, the queen, with her escort, left
the altar and proceeded to the
theatre. ^^^^^^~
__ Tha   communion   service waa   now\
ai<     king  made hla secon* oMtUo.   ot -V ��^^ ���-   ^yl  sB^sWStfJff J^'i
and ��*   purBe ot gold, and the queen did lnte-WuTehaae   tn*   tottowt^     A��aSrtfc��a
fense. I wise.    The   sovereign   took    off  his] lands: ^^
Ottawa, May 8, 1911. ��� i crown before kneeling down to com-      Commencing   at   a   post   planted
th.VNei��^.wiU^^ ��- *��^H-!��J="J��,=!* ��S-l:b 32454'
out authority from the Department).
    ����W   WKBTMIN8TBR   LAND   DIB
BUUENB. ""JJJJ^l tlon TKCtn th�� B*r.r��a TI��rtST��^\*S����?Wl;
Deputy Minister of Militia
NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS.
onation of the Irish kings on the Hll
of Tara,  from there  to Dunnstatiai;e
Castle,  in  Scotland,   which   now   be
longs  to  the  Duke   of   Argyle,  and
from  there  to the  Abbey of   Scone,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ where for 300 years all the kings, of
Tenders for Car Shops at Transcona, I Scotland   were crowned  on  It,  nnt'.i
Near Winnipeg, Man. 1296,   when   Edward   1.   of    England
Sealed   tenders  addressed  to    the carried it off to London.   He encased
undersigned, and marked on the en,-1 il in an oaken chair or   throne, six
;���������- _ ;   s-*. .ssssit   two  mite*  from    Haslam    Lake,
The Coronatioif Store. thence eaat  80 chains,  thence  north
The stone is supposed to lave been   80 cbalns, tbence    west    80    chains,
brought from tbe Holy Land 11 Spain, j thence south 80 chaina to tbe point of
and  from Spain to Ireland, where it I commencement, and    containing    64'J
was used in connection with the ror- j acres more or less.
__. ..__ ._.-.. ,_��� .... ....i x r DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
velope "Tender for Shops" will be re
ceived at the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon,
of the 11th day of July, 1911, for the
construction and erection complete,
in accordance with the plans and
specifications  of  the  Commissioners,
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 ln
elusive. 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30' "��"M"I"""""-1 77i *{,"*'���i'77
to G0_inc!,,sive.ihe.ng .^visions| ���� ���&��*%g���
peciflcatlons
feet seven inches high, two feet four
inches wide. Tbe stone itself, which
is fastened under the seat with two
iron chains, is 26 inches long hy 16
inches broad, and 10% inches deep.
Tlie top is Hat.
Thirty-two years after King Edward I. carried the stone to England
the Scots Insisted on the insertion in
the treaty of Northampton of a clause
?!JJl?��\��wii�� hu" ' mayhe'eeTO afthe" off lee*oM&. do��j stipulating that it should be returned
township 2, New Westminster dls-|don' Gfant   chief Englneerj    Ottawa.|" --"���   ����� ����������� ">   ������-* -
^^^^^^^ DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of   ��;���"" ,....��� .,,,.,.     ��� ,
r.     .    ,r, . .i      ..... i "��� acres more or less
Coast���Take   notice  that  I.  James ���������
A. Forrester, ot Saskatoon, Saskatelia-I
wan, occupation broker,   Intends   to
Apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the northwest  corner  of  the Green  Point  Indian reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thenee north  80  chains,  thence east
40 chains, thence    south 80    chains,
containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Keilln, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911
A certificate of indefeasible title to1 ?,nt; und ^J*-  P��u,In' Dlstrict
        the above property will be issued toi ^nfineer, St. Boniface, Man
.thence north 80 chains, thence west Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day I Persons tendering are notified that
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to of June, 1911. unless in the meantime! tenders will not be considered unless
point of commence,   and    containing  a valid objection thereto be made to',madf ��"  the printed forms supplied
I��� .-  ***** i... . mr...** mm .,���,���,>,w  by tIic C ommisslonei's, which may he
to Scotland, and Edward III. issued a
writ to have the clause put into execution. But he changed his mind
afterwards, and tlie ston" has remained ever since in Westminster abbey. The oaken chair In which lt
vvas  encased  by  Edward  I.  is   in  a
May 2, 1911.
claiming an estate or Interest there
in, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
  Land Registry    Office,   New West-
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND1 minster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
CANALS, CANADA. I 	
'    The  person or persons having    in
their custody or possession the following title deed? 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 in fee from Far-
me in writing by a person or persons,,"'' ,1"" *-**���*���**������  ������-���;-���--  -ti. , . ���.,     ,
���i,.(.���in�� ���n 00��.,to nr intnmst there-! hart on application to Mr. W. J. Press.) Iiaiily damaged condition.   The Latin
Mechanical Engineer, Ottawa, Ont.    ; inscription was lost centuries ago, the
Each tender must be signed    and  ancient painting and gilding have dis
HUDSON  BAY RAILWAY.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed    to    the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Rail
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND   DIS-  way," wlll be received at this office.
TRIST���District  of  New Westmin-1 until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the 1st
ster, B.C.���Take notice that Charles  of August, for a section of about 185
Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C ��� miles  from  Pas  Mission   to  Thicket
occupation clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at    *
Portage.       ^^^^^^^
Plans,   specifications   and   form   ol
contract to be entered  Into can    ho
sealed by all the parties to the tender, | appeared, and many of   the   pointed j     """
and witnessed, and    be accomranle J, arches   are   missing.      Whenever   a:
by an accepted cheque on a chartered  coronation lias taken place the stone
bank of the Dominion of Canada, pay- j has been covered with cloth of gold,
able to the order of the Comm ssion-  upholsterer^   have   not   scrupled   to
ers of the Transcontinental  Railway  fasten to the  chair   with   tacks   and
for the sum of one hundred thousand', nails.    Indeed, there has been so lit-
dollars  ($100,000).                                    tie reverence for the chatr Itself that
The cheque deposited by the party! at the Ume of the   flrst   jubilee   of-
whose tender is accepted will be de-  Queen Victoria an attempt was made
posited to the credit of the Receiver  to smarten uj the ancient   chair   of
General of Canada as security for the  state by means of a coat of varnish,
due and faithful performance of the and   only parliamentary intervention
according     to   its   terms,  prevented this act of vandalism.
iposited  by  parties  whose' 	
WATER NOTICE.
' Notice is hereby given that an application wiil be made under Part V.
of tbe "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster distiict.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing, Burquitlam, B. C. rancher.
I'i). The name of tlle lake, stream
or sourie (if unnamed, the description ls>���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, Bur-
quhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson. ~^__,
(c) 15th August, 1901. Benjamin'contracfcAt a
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Con- Cheque^i*i
veyance in fee under power of sale tenders4|fe
contained in mortgage. | within ten days after tbe signing of
(d) 21st March, 1902.   Conveyance; the contract
rejected will be returned  MARRIAGE OF THE
FAMOUS TRAIL BLAZER
post planted at northeast point of seen on and after Wednesday. Mav
unchartered island, thence following I 31. at the office of the Chief Engineer
the shore to point of commencement, I of the Department of Rallwava
containing three acres more or less,' and Canals, Ottawa, and at the o^ice
about two miles south of Pender ,of the Chler Engineer of the Hudson I
Harbor at Point Francis, and about Bay Railway, Winnipeg, at which'
150 feet southwest from lot 997, and places forms of tender may be ob-
200 feet southeast from lot 2792.        talned.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...      Parties  tendering will be  required
May 29th, 1911. to accept the fair wages schedule pre-
in fee from J. p. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
The right ls reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Cordova, Alaska, June ?'i���Jack
Dalton, blazer of the famous Dalton
trail to Klondike used in the early
days, was married last night to Miss
(g). The purposes for which tha
water ls to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on the
12th day of. June, 1911, and application wlll be made to the commissioner on the 14th day ot July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. m.
(I). Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the. proposed
works, either above or below the outlet���Mr. Rowe, Johnson. Toad. Burquitlam, B. C; Mr. White. Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Green
road.
C. B. COTCH1NG,
Bnrqnlt'am, B.C.
IT PAY8 Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE. DAILY NEWS.
Secretary.  Anna Krlppaehue, of San   Francisco.
The Commissioners of the Transcon- The ceremony was performed by Rev. ]
tinental Railway. Father Vanderpol at Dalton's summer |
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911. home here.      The   marriage   was   a
Newspapers inserting this jidver- great surprise to his many old Alas-
tlsement without authority from the kan friends, who are now wiring con-
Commissioners will not be paid for lt. gratulations. '
Advertise in
The Daily News
���
~4 THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
As a result of a visit to Chinatown Tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock
the health committee has ordered a a shoot under the auspices of the N.
numher of the ret-idents to cWn up W. C. H. A. will be held at the ranges,
their premises, in the interests of the Brownsville. A large 'attendance bf
community at large. I members is requested.
Halrdresslng, manicuring, massaging; room 5 Market block, over Hunter's'.   Phone 870. ������
I
\V. P.  Morrison,  ot Halifax,  N.SU
who has been   appointed   municipal L
engineer of South    Vancouver,    WHl]
Edmonds, the insurance' 8ec��nd loJ the appointment of city,
ms added a marine depart- < engineer here when J. W. B. BlacW
. hn.i^oB.  h.vln. uM on.  man was elected In 1909. II
Repairing    neatly    and    promptljl
ANDERSON
&LUSBY
The Public
Supply Stores
���
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your flrat thought "la that my home
on flre." Why worry; take out a policy in on*9 of the quick settlement
companies which I represent.
A. W. McLeod
\V.    F.
specialist, has
ment to his business, having been appointed agent tor the    well    known
flrm of Prank Waterhouse.'& Co., the . -, , - ,, .:.,.. ���, , ,,,,,,,.,.j,
largest marine Insurance firm on the' dfne bf James McM11Ua,�� at Sinclair
Pacific coast. ���hoe Bt0,e
^ ' ' 'ki
For spring plants audit cut flowers
phone Davies and Son, llo. leu-. Pbone
897. ���*
The B. C. golf links vm he officially
opened tomorrow afternoon 'at threa
o'clock.   The course, a nine hole one,
is laid out on parts of D. L. 5, on th^l
old Austin ranch. tJmm
The   Ladies'    Aid   of   the   Olivet,
Baptist church will hold    a meeting I
this afternoon at three o'clock, at the
home  of  Miss  McDougall,  913  Fifth ]
avenue.   The meeting was called for | >
Thursday, but was postponed till t0-i\l\7'p   "WflcVj   fn    llltrOr
James McMilliam, the shoemaker,
late of Carnarvon and McKenzie
streets, has removed to Sinclair's
shoe store, where he will be glad to
see all bis old -easterners;  - **
To mark the coronation, a service
was held at Holy Trinity cathedral
yesterday morning. The rector,
Canon d'Easum, explained' the ceremonial which has been deed at successive coronations, and its historical
bearing, as well as Its ecclesiastical
significance.
The Westminster county lodge of
Orangemen has decided that the local
members wlll picnic at Agassiz this
year, and an invitation from the
Agassiz lodge was conveyed by a
deputation which waited f on the
county meeting with that object on
Wednesday evening. The'dat? will
be the anniversary of the Boyne.
^INSURANCE.
Agents for
KODAKS and
SUPPLIES
EASTMAN
List Prices
Smith's
Friday Bargains
Wonderful Bargains Are Offered You at
Our Friday Bargain Day.
An Early Visit Will Convince You of the
Money-Saving Powers This Store Offers.
Remarkable Waist Bargains
Values to $5.00,  Friday Bargain $2.50 each
Womea's net ��nd lace waist, over silk; in shades of ecru, cream and white;  trimmed with   fine   tucks
,. And, fancy lace insertion;   long sleeve styles.   It's a clearing price so get here early lf you want one.
HORSE RACING EVENTS
AT LADNER CELEBRATION
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
In connection with the coronation
festivities at Ladner yesterday, a
number of Interesting horse races
were decided In the presence of a big
attendance of sportsmen from the
surrounding country. The steamer
Transfer carried a full complement
from this city, but owing to the late
hour the last race could not be witnessed.    Results:
2.15 trot or pace, half mile. Purse
$150���1, Mabel; 2, Crookey Tom; 3,
Stonewall.
2.40 class trot, balf mile. Purse
$100���1, Bluebell; 2, Sampson; 3,
Great Northern King.
Two year old trot, half mlle. Purse
$100���l, Queenie;  2, King George.
Driving      race      for      Weatmlnster
horses, to be driven by owners���1, Mr.
Travers;   2,  W.  F.  Reveley;   3, P.  C
Cook.
L     The firBt prize for this event was a
massive   silver   trophy   presented   by
the  Peoples Trust companv, of   this
city.
In the 2.35 trot or pace race .there
was a nasty accident, Invincible
Patchent colliding with and bringing
down Chehalis. Fortunately no one
was seriously hurt.
1   Lacrosse, Ladner 7;   Westham    Island 1.
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
yourclothesrequire
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
We are sole agents
for the product.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
1
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New    Weatminater,    B    C.
i
E;J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new bouse.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving anl
cloth brushes, face creams and
lotion sof all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc.. etc.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Aldergrove
The largest area of fira-cliss bench land in the Fraser Valley is located at Aldergrove. The government demonstration orchard and
the Fraser Valley nurseries are both located at Aldergrove. Government experts and practical nurserymen pronounce Aldergrove
a good place to grow fruit. It is also a good place for poultry
rulBing and gardening.
10-Acre  Blocks
$100 Per Acre
at
Terms one-third cash,  ba'ance 1, 2 and 3 years.
AHergrove is served hy electric car and Great Northern railway.
Good roads, schools and churches, stores, telephone and dally
mai'.
r
Call or write for illustrated bsok and price list.
F.J.Hart&Co,Ltd.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS���HALF PRICED.
Women's   colored shirt waists of flne gingham, priift
and percale;   in stripe, dot and check effects; Gibson  and  plain shirt styles; regular values to $1.60.
Friday   bargain, each 75c
REMARKABLE SKIRT OFFER.
Women's natural linen skirts; In plain gored styles;
trimmed with buttons and strappings of self; neat
and  stylish.    Friday bargain, special, each  ..$1.50
CHILDREN'S  DRE8SES   LOW   PRICED.
Made of good quality Indian Head; in French and
on^-piece styler. trimmed'with check gingham and
finishing brails; ln shades of pink, blue and white,
ages from 2 to 10 years; exceptional values; regular to $1.00.    Friday bargain, each    85c
WASH GODDS BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY.
Striped  English gallateas; extra strong quality; fast
colors;   regular 20c.   Friday, bargain, per yard    -15c
Heavy cotton repps; in stripe and check designs,
beautiful qnallty and finish; in a large selection of
light and medium shades; width 2D inches, values
regular  25c.    Friday bargain, per yard   15c
FOULARDS AND PONGEES AT BARGAIN
PRICES.
Fancy cotton foulards and pongees; all pretty designs and colorings; in spots, stripes and paisley
effects-, some with border; widths about 28 inches;
regulaT  to 35c     FMday bargain, per yard    25c
BELTS AT CLEARING  PRICES.
Women's fancy patent leather and elastic belts; in
black and fancy colors; values regular to $1.00.
Friday    bargains, each    .50c
GLOVE   BARGAINS.
Women's long lisle gloves; big assortment of
shades; in buttoned and gathered wrists; values to
75c.    Friday bargains, per pair 45c
Women's silk glovesj long styles; good heavy
quality; assortment of shades; regular to $1.25.
Friday   bargal-is, per-air 65c
HANDKERCHIEF   BARGAINS.
Women's siz" fine Swiss handkerchiefs; In embroidered and check designs; neat hemstitch: values
20c.    Friday bargain     2 for 25c
REAL  HAIR SWITCH.
In light., medium or dark shades; regular $('..00. Ex-
ceptional "bargain, Friday, each    $4.25
BIG BARGAINS FROM THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT.
Colored quilts; % bed size; ln shades of pink and
white, red and white and blue and white; . good
heavy quality; regular $1.50. Friday, bargains,
each   $1.25
Glass cloth; 21 inches; all linen; extra valueB. Friday bargain, per yard 10c
TABLE COVERS.
Of heavy tapestry; in shades of red and green; in
pattern designs; values regular to $4.50. Fridav
bargain, eacn $2.50
SILKOLINE   BARGAIN.
36-lnch fancy stripe and figured sllkollnes; gosd
selection of colors; regular values 20c. Friday bargain, per yard 15c
CRETONNES���GOOD VALUES FRIDAY.
Figured cretonnes tn light grounls with fancy figured effects; widths about 30 inches; regular value?
to 25c.    Friday bargain, per yard  15e
TOWEL BARGAINS.
Cotton crepe towels; size 19x33; pure white; bU
values.    Friday bargains 6 for 50c
FLANNELETTE FOR QUICK SELLING.
Colored flannelettes; in shades of pink, slty and
red;   width  32 Inches.    Friday  bargain, yard-12!/ic
COLORED MADRAS LESS THAN HALF.
Patterns are all good and shades are pretty; lu
medium and dark shades; widths about 50 inches,
regular values to 85c.   Friday bargain, per yard 40c
CURTAIN  BARGAINS.
White Swiss curtains; heavy pattern designs ou
fine quality net; length 3 to 3Vfe yards; values regular to $5.00.     Friday bargain   $2.00
Don't Misa Thia Offer.
' TABLE   LINENS���BARGAINS.
Linen table cloths and napkins at savings from 25
to 40 per cent. Friday; cloths and napkins from
$1.25.    Many   startling values.
H08IERY  BARGAIN8.
Women's plain lisle hose; In shades of tan, sky,
green, hello, champagne, black, etc.; made with
double heel, toe and garter top; values to 35c. Friday  bargain,   each 20c
LACES���SPECIAL  VALUE8.
Fancy torchon and Valencienne laces; widths to -I
Inches.    Friday bargain, per yard  5c
REMNANT
SALE
m&j&m
i EDgxaOEB I
REMNANT
SALE
EtlWBHCD
mmmvs
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
-arsm
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner   Fourth   Ave.   and   Second   8t.
BREAD SPECIALISTS.
Phone 435.
IBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
| CAPITAL       914,400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng-
Isnd, New York, Chkago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business trau sac! ed. Let
terg of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, pei
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets' Over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. brymner. Manager.
%*m
PACIFIC COAST 8TEAM8HIP.
iti
'Prince George''
7000 Horse Power.    18*/2 Knots.
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT AND 8TEWART   THUR8DAYS
FOR   VICTORIA   AND   8EATTLE   ....'.    TUESDAYS
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 1 p.m. Wednesdays for
Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, etc., and 1 p.m. Saturdays for
Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway, etc.
Tickets to all Points East Via the   Grand   Trunk   System,   Double
Track Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   ...Phone 3060
527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
���  .
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