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 .If** INSURANCE ���
��� present Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
t NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 75.
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INSSJRA.IS&?
Sattlament of Losses.
, SHILES ft CO,
WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
MUCH WATER LOST
WHEN MAIN BREAKS :
RE8IDENT8 SHOULD BE 8PARING
IN USE OF FLUID FOR NEXT
FEW HOURS���ACCIDENT HAP
PENED NEAR FRASER MILLS.
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��� Unionist Unseated.
London, June 2.���Sir Henry
King,  for  tbe  past   thlrty-flve ���
years    Unionist    member   for ���
��� Hull, was unseated    yesterday ���
��� for treating during   the    last ���
��� election.      The    Judges    were ���
��� booted when the decision was ���
��� announced, and ln   a   demon- ���
��� stration which took place   out- ���
��� side the court one of the mag- ���
��� iBtrates was struck by a lump ���
��� of coal. *y
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: MAY DAY COMMITTEE
HAS MONEY IN HAND
CAUSED HOT IN WARD
Shortly after one o'clock tbis morning a serious break in the fourteen- iru/IOll ninir orilirnr
inch water main near Fraser Mills JrW|\H K|K| F ilM/l KF
caused the loss of a large quantity of ""',,wu UlDLL ����<"<Unt
water.
Men were Immediately rushed to
the scene of the trouble and every
effort ls being made to stop tho
alarming waste At the time of going
to press the extent of the loss cannot.
be ascertained. i
As the broken pipe is the source
of supply   for   the   city    reservoirs, J
which are even   now not   rilled   to
capacity, the accident may be fraught
with serious results.
In the public interest water should
only be used sparingly until the mala
is repaired.
Insurrectos     Threatened     to     Sack
Butcher  Shop,   But   Police  Took
Hand In Game.
MAY
EAT MEAT ON
CORONATION DAY
London, June 1.���The pope has Issued a dispensation for Roman Catholics of the British empire that they
wll) not be compelled to abstain from nection with this side of his business,
eating meat on Friday, June 23. when be put the bailiffs ln upon one of bis
King George, after his coronation on   tenants and one of these   misguided
Toronto, June 1,���Truly there be
dark doings in that part of the city,
which is known of men as "The
Ward," and last night that section
was alive with battle, murder and
sudden death���almost.
Louis Bernstein is a butcher, and
in addition to butchering he also owns
several  houses.      Yesterday,  ln  con-
the day before, will  make his
progress through London town.
royal
PREMIERS DISCUSS
FAMOUS DECLARATION
CELEBRATION THIS YEAR NET8
PROFIT OF OVER $450���IMPORT-
ANT CHANGE8 PLANNED FOR
NEXT YEAR'S CELEBRATION.
Last night in the board of trade
room, the curtain fell on the deliberations of the committee which had
worked so hard and so well for tho
annual celebration of the May Day
festival.
Alderman J. J. Johnston, retiring
master of ceremonies, presided, ani
with but two exceptions all the members were ln their places.
Prior to the preliminary report by
Treasurer Gowan Macgowan aB to the
financial standing, the chairman, in a
neat little speech, thanked his committee for the help they had given
him at the many meetings. The Press
was also thanked.
Plenty Money in  Hand.
While there are still a few accounts
to come ln before the final settlement
can be effected, It was brought out
that this year had been a record'
breaking one. The income from all
sources bad been $1392.10. Bills to be
paid will amount, roughly, to something In tbe neighborhood of $950,
leaving a balance in hand for a
nucleus for 1912 of over $450. When
it Is remembered that there was a
balance from last year of but $50. It
reJounds to the credit of the colleo.
ENUMERATORS WILL
!    FILL UP SCHEDULES:
8YSTEM IN VOGUE FOR DOMINION
CEN8US   COUNT���TRAVELLERS
LISTED   IN   HOME   TOWN
NOT  TEMPORARY   RESIDENCE
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AND   ���
Many people are still waiting for
their schedule in connection with the
Dominion census, not being clear oa
the system whicn prevails in this
enumeration. There are no forms tv
be left for the householders' signature
because the enumerators will personally call at the houses in their visitation, und then fill in the necessary details as supplied by the householder.
Thus ln cases where more than one I
family occupy a common dwelling the
Information will be taken separately.
and the privacy of the occupants thus
respected.
The system under which the Canadian census is taken does not require
the transient traveller to be enuraer-
Canadian  Warships. *,
Montreal,     June     2.���Com- ���
mender Howe, of the Canadian ���
navy,     sailed    yesterday    for ���
England, where he will discuss ���
the tenders for the men of-war ���
to be built for   fhe   Canadian ���
navy during   the   next   three ���
years.   Six tenders have been ���
received, several  of the    con- ���
tracting firms having express- ���
ed  their willingness    to    con- ���
struct   the   warships   in   the ���
Dominion. *)
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STRIKE SITUATION
IS STILL PERILOUS
VOTING C0NTINUE8 AMONG B. CL
E. R. EMPL0YEE8 WHETHER
THEY 8HALL JOIN MOVEMENT.
THOU8AND8 TO QUIT MONDAY.
CURIOUS IMUIM SKIRT
OF MANY YEARS AGO
Not New on Prairies���English   Lady
Wore Leather Bifurcated Garment Thirty Years Ago.
Vancouver, June 2.���At a meeting,
of the Trades and Labor council laat
night the gathering decided to support tbe plan of a general strike, commencing on Monday. Delegates reported to the meeting tbat several
thousand workmen would throw down
tbeir tools lf no settlement ls reachod
ln tbe meantime.
Public Apprehensive.
The public is apprehensive of the
step threatened, and interest centres
| round the action of the street car ena-
I ployees. Following the decision om
j Wednesday evening to take a refers
j dum on the strike question.
a vote Ib
Edmonton, June l.-It takes an old-1 "**'�� l$**Z \l ^"i ��r..7lthl?U
ated at the place ;:,Tere "be'miir^ve   �� Jg. ���fifi current Impressions. I iPE&ftfSUlft iSS
FOREIGN     MINISTER     PROMISES
OVERSEAS  DOMINIONS  SHALL
BE CONSULTED  BEFORE  PACT
��       IS   RATIFIED.
persons balliffed the Jewish bible.
When this became known of men
there was a perdition to pay, and
straightway a call to arms went forth
and a great gathering of tbe friends' tors""on"the TarlVuT'commTttees"''^
of the distressed tenant descended; tbe vast amount of work they accomp-
upon  the  butcher  shop  of his  land-1 lished.
lord announcing his shortcomings all. The'ball at Queen's park was one of
and sundry to all who should come to the biggest successes ever recordej
purchase his meats, which they vow- ] jn the annals of the celebration, no
ed were not Kosher, and further an- less than $428 hay- been taken for
nounced that he was the mover In the \ entrance to that affair
fearful crime of seizing the holy baokj Westminster Band Criticized. '
for back rent. ...       .'"'?! I     The accounts were handed to    the
So great was the din and so immi-   finance committee with power to act
nent the demolition of the meat shop1	
that Inspector Horatius Cuddy heated
a detachment of one, to wit:  Police-
spent the night of May Tl, Tut "on* ?����� the papers have been making a   SK^S those  connected"  *"
permanent residents are to be Includ- '"" ,over,tt h*rem 8k,,t seen ln  tlle the sources of electricaTenerav
ed in the schedule.    The authorities strRee 8 a few ��**��� a/o. ,     ,f^JJ^classes of labor go out   It
provide for the visitor to fill In an1, Being gallant   and   with   a happy! wllI mean tying up the tram servi��
absentee form which ensures him be- _**9L&. '��*"'���� "��>* the fair and  and ~naJ"rie^ urine^itoSriEa
ing caught at his home   town,   thus beaut,fu' ,he 'aJB that he 8Carce ever  energy    Tta el"trlJ3 worlSTK'
campers  from  Westminster,  say    at faw a ralr"' ���rer ?f any *arnien-   already promised  adhesion    to    Ost
White Rock, will fill in a form regis- than, wa8 l,he lady wh�� can��e to Ed-   ^7otPtjS^Trades andLabor JtWt
terlng them In the Westminster total n>onton at Ieeast 30 summers ago, rid-  gj"cy 0I lne lraaes and Labor ^^
eAmSehoS Pr��V,deS f��r Ch*Ck'nK, fib* toJKlrt* dre88ed   *"   V,,?���* U'*��*!  tradcs a *
Th'en tTnsu. Commissioner Doug-'     Th*  *>* was   Lady  Percy.      Her' ^l ta expeCted in the ne" twen^
las receives the returns from bis 4G 801' a few mouths ago astonished thei
enumerators  he  will   be  kept    busy   effc'e Part of Ottawa civilization by |
checking the figures for the federal   walkluK lhe ties from Montreal to the
riding, before they are Bent on to the   Cur'tal-   He Is one of the aides to the
governor-general,'
Lady Percy stayed quite a while
vlBiting here when she came here
ahead of the railroad. The old-timers believe she was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Hardtsty, Mr. Hardisty be
four hours.
central office at Ottawa'. It probably
represents a month before the work
ls completed, as some of the districts
like PembertVir.iT^^r-. are isolated
from the urban centres. Three weeks
are al'owed,  but, of course,    if    the
Walter Giiley raised the question ct
better music for future celebrations,
, averring that the Westminster band
man Spurlus May to the rescue, and which had been engaged this and past
May stood upon the right hand of Hor- year8 had not given of tlieir best Tho
atius Cuddy until Policeman Hermin-! combination, he said, was called the
ius Older came and stood on his left | Westminster  band,  and  as  such    it
work cannot be done well in the time lng the **��� B- c- chief factor.' In fact
accuracy r?>ther than celerity will bo one of the Hardl8ty family was about
considered. ,that tlme named "Percy" in honor of
the <deitpr.
SILVER SECRET
KEPT TILL DEATH
TJtr^lraAuJ slTi-T' I and the rlot was apparently quelled,   should be appreciated   but he stated  the 1(Hth regiment Canadian infantry, i lmak?..,V
of  Austria   ,eg et-   V��� H��ratlUB left and no 800ner w:ls   ��* ������. bTtbree except oJs all   ho  Headquarte,s,      New      Westminster., ������**
London, June 2.���The Imperlal conference  yesterday  had   under  discus-
sion a motion
Fisher,  premier
ting that the ov
not consulted with reference to the
declaration r��f London, .lifting wit,')
contraband in war time.
For the   government   Sir   Edward
Grey, tbe foreign secretary, promised
the premiers that the overseas gov- . May led hlraBelf ln a w|ld charge
ernments should be consulted before; on the mu|Utude at the end of which
the next Hague conference. He point te came COvered with glory and
ed out that a refusal to agree to the griping Sugarman by the tait of his
ratification would be a great blow to coat and carrjed him off triumphant
the cause of arbitration. I to the Agnes street station, where he
Sir Wilfrid Laurier said he thought   was    charged    with    disturbing    the
MILITARY ORDERS.
Promotions,  Discharges and Appointments  in   104th   Regiment.
Regimental order No. 9, by Lieut.-
Colonel W. A. Johnson, commandin
than a detachment of insurrectos un-; that the music be put out to tenders
der Louis Sugarman, 88 Agnes street,' next year was carried
made a descent from the wild   fast-!     The matter of a better quality   of
nesses of that locality and the doom   candies came up for discussion and on
the meatery  seemed  sealed.    But | this point there was much talk.    In
of
When even a harem skirt on Jasper street is not new    the old-timer'
may  think  himself  as  wi--->   as   tbo!
sage, and repeat there's nothing new
under the sun.   He says, though, that1
the  modern  harem  skirt   could   not'
make  its  wearer look   as   fair   and
as did the leather shooting
divided skirt of Lady Percy
Posting���The      following     extract   ��, ,     ,
frgjtp  general  order  No.  ;U7, JVUy ti I thele waB a Lord   Percy wh0   could
19li, is hereby promulgated:' ' I tramp the ties on   a Canadian   mid-
Army   medical    corps,   Provisional,wlnter'8 march of 100 miles or more.
Lieutenant G.  H. Manchester    is de
REPORTS OF BIG FIND8 COME
FROM ROCKINGHAM VICINITY
���SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY IS
DAILY EXPECTED.
Eganvllle,   June   1.���Hidden   silver
deposits and  reported discoveries oC
the precious metal is a theme of gen-
Zna!L"'��"r.'""w"' ^?uy uT1^   eral discussion at present in,the np-
when she came to Edmonton before   ������ .������,_.��,<���- ���
the claim of the dominions to be consulted in treaties negotiated by the
Imperlal government was not Justified. He believed the arbitration pact
with the l'nited States might not be
carried through if the declaration
was not ratified. The Canadian
prime minister ad led his opinion that
If the colonies were to be consulted
regarding questions of peace and
war. It must place them In the position of being forced to aid Imperial
wars In future.
per townships.
Who will deny that^ a district displaying on Its surface numerous samples ot the baser metals does not ��*-
       All ;so contain, hidden beneath the au��>��
lt was not so for Policeman   Spurlus   the result It was decided to alve each Italle(i tor duty to the 1Mth regiment  NEW SCHEDULE OWES Viae*, the more valuable minerals.
"-��� """  " "" ' -'"    *         ' child less  but  better class of  sweet-   fro��� A��,U ���*>��� "�����   _ , \ SIX THWMS EACH WMJ     From the days ot the first'���***.?
meats in the future I     PromottQjiB���The.oBicer   commanVj _  \ ol   Uruddenell    and   Its   neighbor!**
Bigger Committees In Future. in* ha" bTOn Pleased to approve otl     Tha new schedule on the C. P. R. '.townships the story haa come town oC
One-man committees wlll    be    dls-   the ,0"0T,1"8 Promotions:    "D" com-   whlch come8 tnto torce on Sunday ln-1 * deposit ot yhtte   metal   ot   great
counted from now on, the Idea being   Pany, Chilliwack, to be sergeant, Cor-  vo,ves a nunlbei. ot changes, owing toi -��a^�� bsOsat district
to eenerallze more and thus make all   Poral G. Hornby; to be corporals. Ptes.   a^ration in TEe running times of the      Recently,   events   have   tranaplre*
T. G.  Hepburn, C. C. Lewis and E.
Hubble.
Discbarge���Corporal C. Hutchinson,
"D" company, is hereby granted his
king's peace. So an act so near to the
coronation enraged the authorities
and ball was refused.
BARBERS  WANT TIPS
FROM   CUSTOMERS
Challenged to a Duel.
Milwaukee, Wis.. June 1.���Recatis-j
Alexander .Mueller, head of the Wisconsin school of art. criticised hia
paintings, Sadaliitclii Hartmsinn, ths
New York del -man-Japanese artist,
has challenged him to a duel. Tho
Milwaukee man was a duelist in his
student days aboard, but be is in
fclll>ed 'to regard American laws
against, the practice as effective, and
probably will decline to fight.
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Strike Collapses.
Toronto. June 2���The bridge
structural iron workers who
went out on strike on May
Day for an advance of five
cetits an hour, have **Vown up
the sponge, anl returaed to
work at the old rate of 3T> cents
an hour.
Montreal, June 1.���The barbers of
Montreal are today organizing to
make a formal protest against the action of the International Union of
Journeymen Barbers of America, representing Canada, the l'nited States
and Porto, Uico. This body lias
placed a ban on the tipping habit and
the bosses have agreed to stand by
the men. '
In Montreal the bosses and the men
are at one as the riclit of the barber
to expect a tip. t'ntil a year ago the
price of a shave was ten cents and
with the tip to the barber it was fifteen cents. Now it means twenty
cents and the result is that many
men bave gone back to an old habit
and are shaving themselves.
Several barbers in the shops of the
city said today that they will not
agree to work In any shop where they
are not allowed to receive tips, The
bosses say that they may bring the
price of a shave back to ten cents
anl then they will discharge the man
' that, nccepts a tip.
| The men say: "Let the union do as
lt likes. If a customer gives me five
cents there Is nothing in the laws of
the land to prevent me accepting. The
hoss can do as he likes."
to generalize more and thus make all
members conversant with the personnel of each committee.
Owing to the alleged unthankfuV
ness of a certain bank In the city, lt
was decided to transfer all May Day
moneys to another banking house for
safekeeping during tbe off season.
Cambridge Next M. C.
J. J. Cambridge was unanimously
elected to fill the position of master
of ceremonies In 1912. In responding
to the election, Mr. Cambridge thanked the members for the high honor
they had bestowed upon him and
hoped that in tlie committee room the
same good fellowship would hold "sway
under his jurisdiction next year as lt
had done in the past.
Alderman' Johnston also spoke
along the same lines in reply to a
vote of thanks for the manner iu
which Ite had discharged the duties
of chairman. He hope.l the day was
far distant when Westminster men
begrudge the time spent by them in
tbe endeavor to give to the youngsters
of the Royal City one glad day in all
the year.
The committee rose at ten o'clock
and will not meet again as a body
until the first Wednesday of April,
1912.
running
transcontinental trains out of Van-1
couver. There wilt" be an extra train
each way, making six northbound and
a similar number southbound between
discharge and struck off the strength; Westminster Junction and the    local
depot.
I     Greater    facilities    are    given    to
catch  the Agassiz  local.    The depar-
1 tures   will  now  be  timed  as  follows-
6:40 for Mission, stopping at stations
east   of  the    Junction,     Sumas     and
Seattle:   9:10  for  No.   4   to  Toronto: j
14:35 for the Soo train: 18:10 for the
of the regiment.
|     Appointments���Captain P. II. Smith
is  hereby  appointed   acting  adjutant
I in addition to his    duties    with    "B '
i company,    Lieutenant H. C. Alrth    s
hereby  appointed  acting quartermaster in addition to his duties in    ��� Accompany.
Advance party���The following    are
hereby  detailed  as  an  advance party;
to KamlOOPS camp. .Tone 3   1911!   "A'j
company. Corporal Wiggins, Pte. McRae,    Pte. H. Smith.    "B"   company,
Ptes. Thompson, W. Collier, Hornsby.
Parade���The    advance    party    will
parade at the drill hall    on    Friday.
June 2, at 7 p.m., in marching order,
great   coats   rolled,   and   a   complete j
personal  kit.    Arrangements  will   be I
made to have complete baggage stored |
In C. P. R. baggage room Friday ovar
night, in order that there should be
no delay Saturday morning.
Kit���in addition to the articles mentioned in regimental order No. 8 each
man will provide himself witTT the following: One knife, fork, spoon, plate
and cup.
which  confirms  the  belief   held   \s-*j
many an 1 which has aroused the Interest of all the residents.   A year or
so ago a young man of Rockingham,
it is affirmed, discovered and brought
to the gaze of others a sample of stiver ore tbe equal of any produced at
Cobalt.   No one knew the location bnt
himself and death coming to blm surf:
denly the secret was not revealed. Efforts have been made sfnee by prospecting- parties to And the deposit but
witbout success.
Another sliver find is reported from
Agassiz   local;   19:40  tor  No.   2.  and . ,..,��,���
21-05  for No. 3. transcontinental. j Wesley McCoon Lake which fs conttg-
Trains  are timed  to  arrive  as  fol
lows: 7:43 from No. 1 transcontinental: 10:18 Agassiz local: 15:44 for
the Soo train. No. 14: 19:20 from
Agassiz local; 20:49 from No, 2 transcontinental, and 22:14 from No. 3
Toronto.
BAD BUSH EIRE IS
ONE MILE IN WIDTH
TAfT AWAITS PASSAGE
WITH ANXIOUS BROW
Children's Pennies to Help Boy
Escape Danger of Being Crippled
Saddened at the thought that their
little playmate, Willie Greenwood,
will be a cripple for life unless eastern specialists are able to attend to
his injured arm ln the Immediate fir
ture, the school children of West
Burnaby have decided to contribute
tlieir mites to the fund now being
raised to send the little fellow to
Rochester. N. Y. The money raised
bv the bairns will be collected by
the teachers and handed over to the
proper quarters.
Kast Burnaby school has also decided on a similar action, the suggestion that the youngsters of the other
half of the municipality were swelling the fund being sufficient induc-!-
ment to them to follow the f^ptural
injunction to "Go   thou   and do like-
Tbe possibility of some of the city
FIFTY MEN FIGHT FLAMES NEAR
ARROWHEAD, B. C, BUT PUNY
EFFORTS ARE AS NOTHING-
NO LIVE8 LOST.
BRICKLAYERS  QUIT  WORk.
Trouble at Calgary Is Not Expected
to Be Serious.
Calgary, June 1.���Brick work in
the city is tied up today owing to the
fact that agreements have not been
signed between the union and ths
employers generally. It Is not anticipated that the strike will be of any
serious duration. Already seventeen
builders who are not associated with
the builders' exchange have signej
and granted the men the 70 cents an
hour they ask for. This afternoon the
union and the builders' exchange will
hold a meeting when it is hoped that
a settlement wlll be reache.l.
are about 250 men affected.
uous to the upper townshfps. It is
snld this is old ground as ttie hammer of one  of the  flrst  prospectors.
was found in a eave at the lake.
A   sensational    find    may    be    am
nounced any day.
Not So Generous.
New York, June 2���A denial of the
rumor that Mrs. E. H. Harriman intends to found a university as a memorial to ber late husband was at��-
thorized   yesterday  afternoon.
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4* German Prince Injured.
��� Berlin,     June     2. ��� Prince
��� Joachim, one  of the  Kaiser's
��� younger  sons,  was  injured  at
��� the  army   manoeuvres  yester-
��� day.   He is in a serious state.
��� his injuries being of a danger-
*y ous character, and his    death
��� would not be unexpected.
Thera ���
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DAILY CONFERENCES    8EEK    TO   C I =
SOOTHE     THE     DIFFERENCES  /{|S|/|g   WaterS Of Upper FrOSCT
ON RECIPROCITY ��� FRIENDLY!
SENATORS MUST KEEP IN LINEj
schools contributing to the Greenwood fund has been considered, but
no definite action has yet been taken.
If anything ls to be dW along this
line, it must be done at once, for another two or three weeks delay will
leave the boy a crlnple. The sum ot
$500 Is required. Wer half this aum
has already been subscribed, the
councils of Westminster and Burnaby
contributing $100 each. Donations
from private sources have swelled
this fund somewhat, but a considerable amount is still needed.
Yesterday evening the Daughters ot
England, at their rrv.ilar meeting,
raised the sum of $25. This money
will be turned ln to the Greenwood
fund at the city hall today, where anyone desiring to contribute may leave
tbe few dollars that mean all the
difference to the future of little Willie
Greenwood. i
Threaten Flood in Lower Valley
NelBon, B.C.. June 1.���Word has
Just been received from Arrowhead,
B.C., 150 miles north of this city, of
a bad bush flre one mile in width.
that started early today an.l ls at
present raging throughout that section. ,     .
Fifty flre fighters from Arrowhead
have been flghting the flames the
greater portion of the day, but are
unable to cope with the situation, and
assistance has been asked for from
Revelstoke and surrounding towns.
Unless the wind changes the city
is in safety.
No lives have been lost, as far as
can be ascertained.
The district In which the fire is
raging is heavily timbered and tho
blaze threatens to spread ranidlv un
less assistance can be had at once.
Washington, June 2���The crlsle In
the senate flght on reciprocity with
Canada Is expected to be reached j
when the Democratic farmers' free |
list bill is offered as an amendment
to the enabling bill embodying the
reciprocity agreement.
It seems certain that such an
amendment will be offered for the purpose of embarrassing Democratic
supporters of reciprocity.
In view of this critical contingency
President' Taft is now devoting his
attention, and is holding daily conferences at the White House in an
effort to keep Republican and Democratic senators In line favorable to
I the proposed pact.
Llliooet, June 1.���(Special.)���Tho
advent of warm weather at this tlmo
of year always brings in its train the
fear of flood from the swollen waters
of the Fraser river. Owing to tho
very late spring, and the impossibility
of the snow getting away as yet, the
stream Ib much lower than usual at
this time of year.
The river is about two feet below
the ordinary high water mark at thi*
period, but is rising fast, the result;
of which will mean flood effects in
the low lying valley of ttie Iowar
Fraser.
Cayoosh creek has Jumped up toss?
record in the last three days, and all
local creeks will surpass their records if the warm weather hofds onfc
Irish Entertain Premiers.
London, June 2.���The members
of
the Irish party entertained the visit
j ing colonial premiers at dinner yester-
j day evening.    As is    customary,    no
I toasts were honored and no speeche*
i delivered.
AL   LARWELL   IS DEAD..
Vancouver, June 2.���Al' Larwell," tlt��
grand old man of amateur sport, died
shortly after one o'clock this morning,
at the age of sixty-three. His life haif
been slowly ebbing away for .saveraC
days.
,
- THE DAILY  NEWS
FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���GENTLEMAN DESIRES
furnished room in private house between Queens avenue and Canarvo.i
stieet    W., News office.
WAITRESS    WANTKD    AT    ONCE.!
Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���LADY    BOARDERS.    40tt
Agnes street.
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
DUBLIC STREET LOT, upper side,
east of Tenth street; nearly ready
for building;   $750;  one-third cash.
LADY'S EXPERIENCE
i     IN MERIDA WRECK!
EDINBURG STREET, near Tenth]
street, two lots at $700 each; one-
third cash.
TWELFTH STREET, corner on thei
car line, 1:12x158; $3t;00; one-third,|
cash.
MRS. FISKE, OF MEXICO CITY, DESCRIBES   RESCUE   OF   PASSEN-j
GERS AFTER COLLISION; BOAT,
DRIFTS IN FOG.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR STORE,
about 16 or 17, smart and tidy.
7Jbod encouragement to suitable applicant.   A. C, Dally News.
DUBLIN STREET, two lots c\\ upper
side; stumps blown and partially
cleared; each $800; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
east of Eigh-
TENTH  AVENUE, lot
teenth street; $650.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE AGREE-
ments of sale on New Westminster
property. Must be gilt edge. T. H.
McCormick, real estate and financial
agent, 613 Columbia street, New
Westminster, B. C.
a
WANTED���PARTY WISHES TO
buy good second band piano; please
state make. Address P. O. Box 6,
care News office.
JUST past Twentieth street, very
close to cut off line, with unobstructed view of river, being all
cleared and developed in front.
50x120 foot lot; $700; one-third
cash.
Toronto, June 1.���There are more]
thrilling experiences by far than!
; those of residents in the capital of a'
j country in tlie throes of a revolution,
even though that capital Is Mexico
' City. This is the testimony of a for-
I mer Toronto lady and her daughters
���i who are among the 310 passengers on
the steamer Merida, which sank on
May 11 oft the coast of Virginia.
The lady is Mrs. Fiske, a guest with
her daughters Beatrice and Madeline,
at the Elliott House.
Enveloped in  Fog.
"We left Vera Cruz for New York
HIGHLY developed   fruit   ranch   atj on May~4/' said Mrs. Fiske, and all
Mission, bearing large crops of   the  went well until the night of the elev
most marketable fruits, to trade for
city property.
WANTED���ROOMER IN PRIVATE
family. Apply 618 Seventh avenue,
near Sixth Btreet.
WANTED���A GIRL ABOUT FOUR-
teen to assist with housework and
help with children. Apply Mrs.
Avery, 813 St. Andrews street.
WANTED ��� NOTICE TO YOUNG
business men. A well lighted room
in a new modern house, suitable for
two chums; breakfast it require 1.
Terms moderate. Open June 8. Apply Rent Dept., Dominion Trust
building.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR   GENERAL
housework.    Apply  C.  H.  DeBeck,
135 Columbia Btreet, Sapperton.
��� ��� '
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close ln. Apply H.,
this office
ACREAGE of all kinds in Surrey and
Langley.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���SIX ROOMED HOUSE
all modern conveniences. Apply 211
Sixth avenue.
POR SALE���LOTS, $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first divisional
point west of Edmonton on the G
T. P. $10 down, $(> a month, no
Interest, no taxes, free deed ln case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
street.
FOR  SALE���WE    ARE    COMPLET-
ing a number of   substantial   five
and  seven room  houses  at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the new Burnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare.    Will sell  on small    cash
payment, balance URe rent, or exchange for  Burnaby  acreage fairlv I
valued.    Lelbly  &    Blumer    Realty  CANADIAN
Co., 1108  Dominion    Trust    BWg.,|
Vancouver.    Telephone 8365.    Open
till 9 p. m.
Wanted
fl JU     I1|V1|IUI ���*.*.. a. vv __ _.      ....
the High school; a principal and othei
teachers for the Girls' Public school,
this city. State age and experience.
Send testimonials with applications,
which will be received until June 22.
R. LENNIE, Sesretary.
Tenders
Tenders are called for the painting
(two coats) of two houseB. Particulars to be obtained from H. O. Bowe,
707 Queens avenue. Last day for
tenders June 10. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
H. O. BOWE.
enth. It was a beautiful moonlight
night when we re.'red, but a fog arose
and at midnight everyone was
startled by the noise of a terrible
crash. The lights were suddenly
turned on, and word was given to
gather on deck as quickly as possible to take to the life boats.
The order and quiet demeanor were
something remarkable, although
many children were on board. Everyone followe-J 00^ Instructions of tha
officers. One lady fainted, but there
were no hysterics.
"The lights only lasted for eight ov
_^b^b^bjb.b.s.b.b.b.b.sm | n|ne minutes, and the oper-
A principal and other teachers for 1 ator had but time to flash S. O. S.���
"~ "Save Our Ship"���when the water
rushing into the vessel stopped the
dynamo.
Several People Hurt.
"A lady who was bound for Paris,
was struck on the side by part of her
cabin being burst open by the collision. When the life boats were being lowered, three men fell out of one
of them, but they were picked up.
"The  worst experience  was  being
packed in an overloaded boat in tho
dense night fog, with the fog horn of
the vessel which had run our steamer down as the only guide.     It was
the Admiral Farragat, a fruit steamer, which was also disabled and was
floating around.      The crew   of   the
Farragat had to throw the cargo over-1
board to lighten the   ship, and   the
passengers of the Merida had to stay,
at the stern to keep tlie bow of the'
vessel high in the water, as it was in
danger of filling through the hole in
the bow. I
^^^^^^^^^^^ There was no time to   save   any-
Owing    to   .a breakdown    of    the' thing, and all the passengers' valua-1
motor pump at the reservoir, the pub- [ bles, other than what they were wear-
lie are hereby notified that irrigation' ing, were lost.
Notice
can only take place for ONE HOUR,
viz., between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
until further notice.
J. W. B. BLACKMAN,
City Engineer.
31st May, 1911.
NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
PACIFIC
,*TO KENT���FURNISHED   COTTAGE,
six rooms, with large garden In I
fruit; on car line; to rent for tho
summer months. Apply White,
Shiles & Co. 	
FOR RENT���FIVE-ROOMED MOD-
ern cottage,- within a minute of
cars; large garden (2 lots), with
fruit, or would sell on very easy
terms. Api ly 321 Alberta street,
SJappei ton
Lost All Valuables.
The wireless operator from the Merida and the Farragat operator repaired the apparatus on the Farragat,
and their signal was caught by the
Hamilton, a passenger steamer, and
the Man-of-War Java.
"The next  morning was still very
foggy,   but   the   Hamilton   found   us.
and at 10 o'clock we were transferred
to that vessel and taken tn Norfolk."
Lives  in  Mexico  City.
Mrs. Fiske was formerly a resident.
of Prince Arthur, but went to Mexico I
City flve years ago, her husband hav-,
ing accepted a position as electrical
engineer with the street railway com!
I pany   there.       Tier   visit   north    was
purely a pleasure trip, and was   not
caused by the revol"tion.  which was
scarcely known anything ahout by the
20,000    American    and    Kngiish   residents of the City of Mexico, as   the
press was muzzled regarding   revolution news.
FOR RENT���GOOD OFFICE IN THE Paving the bridge and crossing as si
Market block; cheap rental. Apply f.hown."n.d described, which appllca
Rent Dept., Dominion Trust Co., tion wlI�� !>e pressed for consideration
... one month after the flrst publication
I of tills notice, or so soon thereafter
as tlie matter can receive attention.
PURSUANT to Section 5, of Chap-'
ter 02 of the Revised Statutes of Can-
nda, 1886, notice is hereby given that
there has been deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
a plan and description of the site and
side elevation of a proposed railway
bridge upon the location of the company's railway across the Salmon
river in the district of New Westminster, province of British Columbia,
and duplicates thereof have been de-
1 osited in the office of the Registrar
of Deeds for    the    district    of New
Westminster,    at    New Westminster,	
B.C.;    also    that an application will  "-*���
be made for an order-in-council    ap .UNITED    BROTHERHOCD
TO RENT���FOUR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Apply over Hardman's
block, corner Eighth street and
Fifth avenue.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone in house. Apply 37 Agne3
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
II. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
Vancouver,
T. H. WHITE,
B.C., May 6th, 1011.
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday In Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F, H, Johnson, business a^ent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
CANADIAN     NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
PACIFIC
FOK KENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co-
liiinliia  street.
For Up-to-date
P
RINTING
GO TO
Jadison Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of joa
printing.
Thompson Block.
PURSUANT to Section 5, of Chap-1
ter 02 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1886, notice is hereby given that
there has  been  deposited    with    the
Minister of  Public  Works at Ottawa'
a plan and description ot the site and;
side  elevation of a  proposed  railway
biidge upon the location of Ojb company's     railway    across    the   Sumas
river in thc district of Now Westminster,  province    of  British    Columbia,
and duplicates thereof have been deposited in the office of the liegistrai j
of  Deeds    for    the disti'ict    of  New
Westminster,   at   New   Westminster,
B.C.; also that an application will be.
made  for  an  order-in-council   approving tlie bridge   and    crossing   as so
shown  and described,  which appllca-1
tlon will be pressed for consideration
one month  after tlie first publication;
of this notice, or so soon thereafter
as the matter can receive attention.
T. H. WHITE.
Vancouver, B.C., May 5th, 1911.
New
Wellington
I   ^���
I       Phone 106.     P. O. Box 345.
I    Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
ii*ii*.""^-7(.yi^i^'^tof^<mliis7vi!Miit**
"ffiEB till? tKSSbtaMunnraJo. receive
metal not** without cb.rao. ln tbe
Scientific Jtttty%
t handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest <Ji-
mfiSfon^ ��T selentllo Jou'Ml. TWj lot
$5��l2, tmTa year, postane prepaid. Sold H
all Dowsdeolen. .,        u     .
���"SS" omS:bb * Bt- Wawastau IX C
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on. Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business 'Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.'j ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
Furniture Specials
For Market Day Shoppers
Rocking Chairs
Golden   oak   and   mahogany   finish, i
Regular value to |8.50.   Special, eaeh<
Couches
Of all descriptions ln all grades    of     C  AC\
coverings.   Special couch, each      ���*���""
m^^^^^m^m.*^.^^.^**r*^^*^m*^^*m^*.mm*m**^.**^.*.mm^.**m^
Seagrass Chairs
Green    color,    regular    value    $0.50.      O 9^
Special, Market Day only          *J.*Z**J
Towels
Large    Turkish    towels,   colored   or      ^Of*
white, the pair        *J\f ******
35c
A trifle smaller towel.   The pair       %***%*���
Lace Curtains
Tlie pair  	
75c.
Mattting
Red, blue and  green colorings.    Per *! C ���
yard    1 OC.
Matting Mats, 3x0 feet  3UC.
Matting Squares, 6x9 feet  $1 .35
9x10 for   2.25
9x12 feet for   2.50
These prices good for Market Day
only.
Curtain Muslin
White    with    small   dot   and   small *\*\
figured design. Special for Friday and "1   Oil
Saturday.    IL' yatds for   * ��VV
Madras Muslin
In cream and white.    Ver yneat pat- 20c
terns.    45 Inches wide, per yard    m*\r\**
2cie
48 inches wide, per yard   *.**w.
Extension Tables, 6 feet long, 40 inch top, $6.25
The holder of Ticket 3881 le entitled to $25.00 worth of furniture.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
WE SELL POR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
'AT IT HERE SfTKE ty��V
WU WORK, .
MflKEYOUR MONEY
WORK TOO.
bti ptrosmnG vow jaVihh
WITH US Ttl CT Will- BIRfl
4SIMTERE3TWHO
WECREPITMOnTHtf i\
MP MONEYS RETURN-���
/ibie on oimtw
*S QUICKLY AS THEM/HlS
GAM CARRV JT.
PEOPLE JUST/IS WREFW.
/IMP GrtUTIM 315
VOU CAM BE,
/wewEii-PLEflsep,
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WITH THE WW 111 WHIM
our Business is
TRAriSrtCTeD-fl BUSINESS
MflrH&ED BY PEOPLE OP
MATURED EXPERIENCE
* HIGHEST INTEGRITY.
fl P05T/fL,6IVIMG
yOUR MIME ADDRESS
Wlli PROMPTLY BRING YOU
PUli- INFORMATION.
% WRITE TOW.,
SIKMJLP YOU HAVE flMV
HN/IMGIflL BUSINESS IM
VflMGOUVER-VICINin,
RENTS TO COli-ECT,
MREEMENTSFORMLE"
MORTGAGES TO iSOK /1PTER
ANPCOli-EGT,
FIRE INSURANCE TO PtdGE
LET US /1TTEM0 TO IT.
WE ARE PLEASING
OTHERS m Will-BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU..
BowJipACrLm
321 Cambie Street,
IpV&ivcouver B.C.cJ
16 Per Cent.
Interest
i
We have for sale a House and
Lot m West End. Revenue producing to the above amount.
Owner wants cash, and must
realize at a sacrifice.
Price $2100 Cash
Get fuller particulars of this
genuine snap from
Kellington & Hendry
Phone 680 Corner Columbia and 8th Sts.
Bank of Vancouver Offices
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� !N ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
CORNER    LOTS
������-,.*    qtudv the following list, as Rood Investments.
^KSW&f^^tol* on Fourth street; size 122x132.
PrlC,e_Twoanfce SS A'S Jbrth avenue and Fourth street; Size
108^ThreeClotfSner of Eighth and Hamilton streets; size
l65^wSS�� of Richmond and Alberta streets; size
10051A0TwoFriotes,'corL of Sixth avenue and Second street; size
1206Xl-Thrrerllou!3co?ner of Eighth avenue and Eighth street; size
150SnePSe,3deared lot, corner of Regina and Second streets.
Price $1575. d    Prlce $750 each.
^m/on In the" SmjSw cash, balance   six,   twelve    and
elghteepm;PEEBLES, 620 Columbia St.
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOB TttRJCB
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
.������������������������������������������������������������������<
For   Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
��* .**<i**..i
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
NEARLY DIED OF
STONEINTHE BLADDER
GIN PILLS SAVED HIM
513 James St., Hamilton, Ont.
"Five year* ago, I was taken down
with what the doctors called Inflammation of The Bladder���intense pains in
back and loins, and difficulty in urinating, and the attacks, which became
wore frequent; amounted to unbearable
agony. I became so weak tbat I could
not walk across the floor.
My wife read in the papers about GIN
PILLS and sent for a box. From the
very first, I felt that GIN PILLS were
doing me good. The pain was relieved
at once and the attacks were less
frequent.
In fix weeks, tbe Stone In the
Bladder came away. When I recall
how I suffered and bow now I am
healthy aud able to work, I cannot
express myself strongly enough when
I speak of what GIN PILLS have done
forme." John Herman. 48
GIN PILLS are sold at 50c a box���6 for
f 2.50. Sent on receipt of price if your
dealer does not handle them. Sample
box free if you write us, mentioning this
paper. Money back, if GIN PILLS do
uot give full satisfaction. National Drug
aud Chemical Co., Dept. B.C..Toronto.
The original
ain Pills made by
I National Drug and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only in this box.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons, London, and Steinway & Son, London.
New Pianos Selected for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It Is the stuff that the foun-
datlons 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 the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers.
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMIN8TER B.C.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
���!& OPERA HOUSE
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
ONE NIGHT
Monday, June 5
SoVl&VoolfoltO
?RE<
^o.ooo.TROPuennOTi.
MAX BLOOM
;60-:more 6g
.AUGMENTED "ORCHESTRA.
<g> OjRISIKAI- ��
^CHICAGO COMPANY-
l-ANEltflRB SEASON
INTHATX1TY
2C��RS icBKBBX-Z
GtKMAN PAPfcHS WILL
WELCOME ARBITRATION
Kaiser's  Government   Has   Sympathy
for  View  Taken  by   President Taft.
Herlin. May 31. ���*- The Node
Deutsche Algemlende Zeitung leads
off Its issue of today with an announcement of the steps Germany
has taken toward arbitration.
"After the L'nited States Indicate!
to Germany her readiness to negotiate a ^broader arbitration treaty
with other powers as well as England," the newspa'-er sa>8, "German.'
expressed a wish To gee the draft of
the arbitration proposal and also indicated her readiness to take up the
study of the proposition. The draft of
the treaty will arrive her^ within a
short time."
To the above statement can lie added the semi-official expression of opinion that Germany, like Great Britain
and France, Is most sympathetic towards President Taft's arbitration
proposal.
IS PAID FOR MULES
AFTER   60   YEARS
After waiting sixty years, A. G. La'-
ferty, a California pioneer. 82 years
old, wlll be recompensed by the state
of California for mules and supplies
advanced California soldiers who
fought under Captain Liscom in the
Indian outbreak in Trinity county in
1851.
Under the terms of the bill introduced by Assemblyman Gustavus A.
JaiVS��4>f Fortuna, anl signet by
Governor Johnson, Lafferty, who now
lives ln Ferndale Humboldt county,
wlll receive $1000.
For twenty years he saw his claim
turned down hy one legislature after
another. Once it passed both houses
but was vetoed by the governor.
In additon to his loss of fortune ha
became crippled, suffering an injury
which cost him an arm, and not long
ago his house burned down.
The $1000 which the state will now
give him includes no interest. He
did not ask that.
Stop the Leaks
fmYourCoalBtU
U?c a Curney.Oxfcrd
range .a:-.-! cave 20 per cent,
ef y vi'.r coal bill.
T:-.e "Chancellor" shown
here i; thc finest steel range
made   ly   llie   well  known
Gr.rr.ey - Oxford    Company.
There':; no better to be had
i:i   the  country.     Made  in
ir.orc Styles and sizes than
any steel ranjjc; cn the market, with every late device
f ;r economy and convenience.
Material is the best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
cither end.. Guard on ash
doer. Braced oven bottom.
Drop doer cn warming closet. Divided even flue, to
insure even baking. Broiler top.    Thermometer on
oven doo
r if desired.    Mi
f.;r coal or wood!    Besides
these special features���
V-The OXFORD V
^ECOHOMIZERii
will kcrp lour lire iniiii *l lo����l pomible
cost lor (itl. Will ���������� il It"! 20 pn Cul.
cl Ibe toil ><����� row use iid ��i-l Uke ell
c.oktnf odora up Ibe tbtr.mfj.
You'll ano money every auy you
us-? n Qurney-Oxford. And uw*yf pst
mop sitisfcictory results lrom your
cooking.
Jm us domonirtmto to yen inn
" Eoonomistt," und the other Ourney-
Oxfonl points of superiority. Bee how
porfecl a Bood raoco can lie. \>'e will
uIho show you other (Jnmey-Oxfiinl
stoves un:! ranges fot every purpose uiiu
for mr kind of fuel. Oa iT splay on
our floors all tho time.
(let Boqtialnted with Ow best
known, best liked stoves and nim.es In
all Canada. Ami do it low���for the good
of your pockethuok.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681 Columbia Street
HERE are the suits
to wear from
now until cold
weather comes again.
Elegant Worsteds from
England���genuine Irish
Homespuns���light blue
Serges���and imported
Flannels in plain and
stripe effects.
In Fit-Reform's most
exclusive styles, which
appeal to all good
dressers.
3SO
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN, Manager.
Championship Lacrosse
Westminster vs. Vancouver, at
Recreation Park, Vancouver
Saturday, June 3,
Special  Service  from   1 p.m.
REDUCED FARE,   Adult SOc;  Children 25c.
On sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BRITISH C0LIM6IA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Frater River It Ib a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,  R117.
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for Rent - Waterfront
I will rent the propeity In New Westminster, known as tho
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Streets.
A. Paige Managing Director
FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
interest, all others being Incidental.
Grain   Growers'  association   are |    "Last summer the    Grain Growers
  I about to play a dirty Grit trick and  convinced    Sir Wilfrid    Laurier that
I spoil Mr. Borden's tour. It ls another Western farmers were a lively, active
Published by The Daily News Publish-1 cage of it ftU Qependlug on who8e ox (1uallty that had to be reckoned wlt'i
��*K Company, Limited, at their offlces, j .g gored in the government of Canada.
ot    McKenzie    and   Victoria      I)ealing  wtth  Mr   Borden's   forth-      "Shall not a lively delegation meet
I coming tour, J. W. Scallion. honorary  Mr. Borden also at every point where
j president    of    the    Manitoba    Grain   he touches Western soil,    as we did
Growers' Association, has written to   Sir Wilfrid, and let him    know Just
the Grain Growers' Guide in the fol-   what ��'e gri��in growers want done ?
lowing strain: Why not?    This man is paid to op-
"As R. L. Borden, lealer of the Opposition in the Canadian Parliament,
has arranged to make a tour of the
three Western Province*-flex* month,
with the object, no doubt, of become
ing acquainted at flrst hand with the
designft and demands of the Western
people with regard to Important measures now before the Parliament, and
other measures of vital importance
pressed for by the Western farmers
for years back; I think it most important that the farmers take advantage of his presence in ithe West to
place before him their views and desires regarding these measures of
reform, and urge him to use his Influence and the weight of his follow-
FOR     RATEPAYERS
pose the government; let grain growers inform him where to oppose and
where not to oppose. Should we not
take just as nwri'^palns to inform
the leader of the opposition as we
did the leader of the government?"
HOUSES
CONTEMPT
In an evidently inspired paragraph
the evening paper publishes the following: "The special meeting of the
city council, called for tomorrow
night, wlll be Important in that the
future policy of the city will be discussed by the aldermen. The discussion will be strictly private." And our]
contemporary   ls   content   that   the
-future policy of the city" should be lng in Parliament to have these mea-
discussed ln camera. | sures enactei Into law.    The leaders
The methods of municipal   govern-   of Oppositions are always the pros-
ment in this city are going from bad   pective  leaders of governments  and'     Buchanan Avenue ���
to  worse   under  the   presidency   of' it is important that suc)i Readers be|modern' ���200��-
Mayor  Lee.      We have suffered the' come thoroughly  acquainted'with the
ignominy   and   disgrace  attached   to
the   mischievous   report   of   Auditor
Hot ? Yes!
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And  various other cooling    and    refreshing drinks.
Bring us your prescriptions; we are
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Tell us your photo troubles; we can
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$1550.
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Buchanan    Avenue ��� Five    rooms,
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Money Loaned on First
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The Red Cross Pharmacy
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Phone 40. Cliff Block.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Simpson Street���Four room cottage,
modern, $1900.
Five    rooms,
��� | legislative requirements of the coun-
I try and be prepared to place   before
Hospital  Street���Six roooms,
ern, $2500.
mod-
Cotsworth; the danger pertaining to
the almost bankrupt state of the city
at the end of last year; the imperil-
ment of New Westminster's progress
and prosperity by the ridiculous quarrel with the B. C. Electric railway,
and the snubbing of the finance committee of the council and disregard
for the ratepayers by the action of
Mayor John A. Lee ln the din-
posal of the city bonds. Now the interests of the ratepayers are to be
again contemptuously treated by tho
council meeting in camera^ tonight to
consider the estimates and "future
policy of the city."
Jt has always been constitutionally
recognized among English speaking
peoples that the taxpayer has an unqualified right to know exactly what j
is being done ln regard fo   financial
the people a policy embodying these
requirements, which they would
carry out lf returned to power.
"Mr. Borden should be met by
organized farmers as Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was met last summer when
he toured the West. The views of
the farmers on the tariff tind other
questions were somewhat of a revelation to Sir Wilfrid, and nny be to
Mr. Borden. But the .farmers mus.
Impress upon our statesmen the fact
that agriculture must exercise thc
largest influence ln the government or"
our country, as It Is the basic industry which supports all others. All unnecessary burdens and restrictions
must be removed from our,, basic industry, and will be if the farmers are
true to themselves."
Dealing with the same subject, F.
W. Green, secretary ot'TTie Saskatchc-
Hospital
ern, $3000.
Street���Six  rooms,. .mod-
Hospital Street���Seven rooms, modern, $3000.
McDonald     Street���Seven
modern, $3000.
rooms,
Keary Street���Eight rooms, modern,
bearing fruit trees, two lots; beautiful
home, $5000.
Come In and get our free descriptive matter, price list and maps of our
Cloverdale town lots, poultry and
fruit farms.
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expenditure, and even parliament itself would not dare to set aside this1 wan ��rain Growers' Association, has
ancient and well-founded privilege ofj written to the same journal intima:-
the people by discussing estimates j'ng that the big contract on the
behind closed doors. That the council1 farmers' hands at the pfesVtit time is:
elected by the ratepayers of New "To convince and convert It. L.
Westminster to conduct the affairs ofl Borden that agriculture ���j? the first
this city should arrogate to Itself thej' , _�����
right to do such a thing is so scandalous a contravention  of  the  peo;>le'j
right   that   it   merits    the    strongest
imssible  protest.    This  policy  of privacy, initiated by Mayor Lee, is full
of danger and cannot  be allowed to
pass unnoticed.   It Is the more reprehensible because his worship has so
blatantly   announced  time  and  again
that he would never be party   to se-
��ret sessions or star   chamber uieth-
ols.
We repeat that the ratepayers arc
entitled to be present at tonight's
.tneeling, as well as representatives of
tfhe press, so that the public may be
informed of what transpires and what
the council iv.e dciag or proposing to
��Jo in regard to tlie estimates.
We have excellent reasons for believing, moreover, that the discussion
of the estimates i.; not the only business down for consideration by the
connell, and that there are other matters of grave importance to the city
to be brought forward. This fact onlv
serves to give Btrength to our contention that the meeting Bhould be
���open both to the public and tlie
press.
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BORDENS' TURN NOW.
1   [Evidently   the   Conservative   Press
-��of Saskatchewan are as bard pul to i
for nrgut^ents against  the Liberals,
;>s fiur delightful friend i. I> Tay
Iur, M. I1. fur New Westminster, and
like bim, they have to draw upon
their Imagination, or receive comfort
from the utterancei-s of Irresponsible
people, to give vent to their silicon
against not only the best governmenl
^.Canada hits ever known, but also
against the greatest statesman of thc
age- Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
The Regina Leader has the follow
Ing to say. anent the boomerang used
by the Conservatives during Sir Wil-
Jrid's  tour:
The Conservative Press is   circulating  the   statement    that   the   Grain
Growers are concocting a plot to spoi
iMr.  Borden's  meetings in the West.
If because the Grain Growers  make
known  tlieir views on public issues,
and present to Mr. Borden the same
demands   they   made   to  Sir  Wilfrid
JLAUTler last, summer, they are to bo
��� ..considered guilty of having "spoiled"
Mr   Borden's meetings then and then
��� only is the Tory assertion   a correct
tone.     Thc   Conservative   newspapers
���of  Canada   enjoyed   themselves   im-
'jnenaely  last  suipflfer  whe n   delegations of the drain Growers were daily
.   waiting  on  Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier, but
���with a repetition of the same thing in
jsjigbt for Mr. liorden these same pa-
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In these days of keen competition the well dressed man has
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Fashion-Craft Clothes are so popular.    $12.00 to $35.00.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOW
SPORTING NEWS
WEST END SCORES WIN
AGAINST EAST
BURNABY
While the East Burnjtfiy intermediates are not yet a match ror veterans
like the West Enders, including ad
the latter team does three of the
-senior amateur twelve, still they gave
the green shirts a busy evening at
Queens park yesterday. The outcome
of the meeting, flve goals to two in
favor of the West Enders, wai representative of the play, but while the
older organization had all tbe best
of the earlier exchanges, Burnaby
woke up in the last quarter and
scored a couple of goals in about flve
minutes. The Burnaby boys played a
much better defence than attack,
tbflr horae being weak except Feed-
bam, and with practice will make a
Sturdy combination Tbe West Enders played about up to standard, but
nothing brilliant, and their flve goals
were scattered  throughout the gam3
21 regular  intervals, Louis Sangster
elng Theft star man.
Tbe most singular goal was that
netted by Oscar Swanson in the third,
when from a bunch ln goal he dropped
the ball from behind tne net, and lt
rolled in under Lewis' stick.
Occasionally a bit of slashing reminded the crowd, which assumed
respectable dimensions, of the old intermediate struggles on the historic
turf, the two principal Injuries being
sustained by Burr and Feedham. Burr
bad a double cut from a stick striking
him full on the head and face, however, penalties fell IlghtlyT" Bill Turn-
bull making a leisurely and Indulgent
referee. The game turned out ln no
way sensational, but rather a foretaste of what is to follow in later-
mediate matches this season. Goals
were scored as follows:
First quarter���West End, W. Sangster and Swanson.
Second quarter���West End. Burr.
Third quarter���West End, Swanson.
Fourth quarter���West End, Swanson: East Burnaby, O. Kelly and
Feedham.
The line-up for the game appeared
as under:
WeBt End���O. Sangster, goal; Morrison, point; Gregory, cover point;
Cooper, flrst defence; L. Adams, second defence; Battson, third defence;
L. Sangster, centre; W. Sangster,
third home; Burr, second home; R
Sangster, flrs^~Tiome; R. Henderson,
outside home; O. Swanson, inside
bome.
East Burnaby���E. Lewis, goal; C.
Helljr-polnt:gin Bteen, cover point:
G. Atkinson, first defence; W. Lewis,
second defence; W. Davis, third defence; S. Kelly, centre; B. Cherry,!
third home; F. Salt, second home; D.
Archibald, flrst home; B. Feedham,
outside" home; W. Martin, insldj
home.
TRAP 8HOOTING.
J. D. Galloway was tbe star amateur
shot at the weekly pigeon shoot at
Moody square yesterday evening, In
one instance potting twenty-four out
of twenty-flve birds, and a little ?ater
breaking fourteen out of lifteen. Mr.
Forbes, a professional who represents
Sherbrooke lake, from the upper end
of which it is distant one mile. The
meadow lies Immediately below a
timbered spur of Mt. Nlles, which
rises at its head, dominating the Sherbrooke valley. On the east rise th��3
slopes of the rugged ridge between
MU. Bosworth and Daly, which divi les the waters of the Atlantic from
those of the Pacific.   On the west the
tek range to the snow-clad heights
beyond tbe Bow river. Supreme
amongst these rls e tbe castellated
towers and turrets of Mt Hector
(11,125 feet).
An auxiliary camp will be placed at
Ross lake, which is about a mile
southwest of tbe railway summit at
Stephen. It ls an exquisite little gem
of   a    mountain    tarn,   but   slightly
Mt. Ogden ridge shuts off the famous I known, scored out in a rock-bound ani
Yoho  valley.    The meadow   is open' phitheatre from which an ascent can
grass land, intersected in every direction by a network of streams fed
by the glacial torrents from the snow
and iee masses on either side of
Mount Nlles.
Rock precipices  at the head of the
he made to Pope's Peak, also of the
/Great Divide.    ���
lyg&ysgyaUo showed up mead��w sh��w �����**���� �����ss. often
well In every event.
Following Is the result:
Shot at
Forbes 25
Klrtland  25
A. Turnbull   25
Alf. Turner   25
H. Gilley    25
Galloway 25
T.  Trapp    25
Second round���
Forbes     ..25
A. Turnbull   25
Turner 25
Gilley   25
Galloway 25
Trapp   25
Third round���
Giiiey rr
Forbes 15
Turnbull 15
Galloway   15
Eagles   15
Klrtland 15
Doubles���
Gilley       ..   6
Forbes  ,, 10
Turnbull 10
Galloway 10
Eagles, 10
Klrtland   10
JARRED  AMERICANS*"
Broke.
22
16
19
II
19
24
17
24
14
19
14
17
'   17
9
14
12
14
9
11
3
9
7
4
7
6
used by wild goat and several times
by pioneer explorers who have mad3
flrst ascents of neighboring peaks.
Scattered through the meadow are
flne examples of the roche moun-
tonnee of Alpine regions that have
dropped from the ice filling the valley at an earlier perioi.
To the east, northward, a narrow
deflle through which rushes a glacial
torrent leads to the snow pass between Mts. Nlles and Daly���tbe Daly
Pass���one hour distant. The ascents
of both mountains may be made by
this route. To the west, northward,
a tramp up an Alpine valley leads to
Nlles Pass, one and a half hours dls-
lands, dotted with waving spruce
trees and brilliant with flowers that
only grow at these altitudes. West
of the pass are the "nunataks" and
rock bosses overlooking the Daly Icefields and tbe Yoho glacier.
From the summit of Day you gaze
eastward into the depth of Bath
Creek  valley and  across the Wapu-
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New York, June 2.���The American
grip on the international polo cham
pionship was rudely jarred by the
English cavalry officers ln tbe flrst
contest yesterday afternoon, when
the visitors outplayed and outshone
the Meadowbrook four, champions,
for three-quarters of the match, only
to be defeated in the last few minutes
The Americans finished victors by 4y2
goals to 3. The second match will be
played on Monday.
SUMMER     IN      CANADIAN     ALPS.
by
BASEBALL.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Peaks and Divides to Be Scaled
Club This Year.
The Alpine Club of Canada bas an
elaborate program for the summer.
The club house at Banff will be open
from June 20 to September 15. The
camp on the club grounds will he
ready for occupation between the
same dates, and will be in operation
while the club house ls open. It will
be available to all members.
Accommodation   will   be    provided
for   thirty.      The   secretary-treasurer
wJIP* Irceive   applications   therefore.'
Provided tbere ls  a   vacancy, active
and associate members will be accorded the privilege of putting up one of
two friends for a period not   exceed-]
ing  one  week.      A  letter from  sucb.,
member    to    the    secretary-treasurer 11
will be sufficient Introduction.
Tbe camp wlll be known as "The]
Great Divide Camp." Tbe. work done
from lt will lie along the extreme!
summit of the main range, both north
and south of the railway. It will onen
Wednesday, July 2fi, and close Friday, August 4.
The camp will be pitched at the
head of the Alpine meadow forming
the    hanging    valley   directly    above
The Cheapest House In Town
New 6 room house within one block of
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Price only $2100.   Cash $500
Balance over two years.
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Thursday,  June  1.
-Vancouver
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Sp��
Al     Spokane
kane 1.
At   Tacoma���Tncomn  B,  Portland 4.
At Seattle���Seattle 8, Victoria 1.
A conference between members o:
the city council and the owners o(
property between Albert descent and
Leopol I place was called for yeste.-
dav afternoon with a view to come
to some arrangement for moving back
the boundary fences owing to the
gardens projecting on the street line.
It Is anticipated that the council wlll
be recommended to Insist on the correct alignment heing followed, but
will meet the owners by paying part
of the cost, as the fault does not lie
with the owners exclusively.
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66x132. Price $2150; $300 casn, balance eaay. This ia good only tor
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six and twelve months.
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A syndicate of Vancouver and
WwrtmlABter capitalists hive received
B favorable report as to the feasibility
of reclaiming 13,000 acres of Hen
agricultural  land Mar the months of
the Serpentina ami Nlckomekl rlvera
at Boundary May. The lands We par
tlally Hooded nl high tide. This can
be overcome at an expenllture estimated at between $150,001) nnd $800,-
000.
Women Aid Canal Work.
Mrs    .lohn   Morrow   Adams,   who.
with her cousin, M'��s Helen Hoswel!.
of  New  York,  was  detailed  by    tho
sovernment   to   organize    the    Canal
'/one  Federation   of   Women s  Clubs,
on  the  Isthmus   of  Panama, asserts
thnt had lt not been for the women
the big canal  would not  be so near
completion. "The conditions out there,
she says, "were terrible. The men who
��ere working were dissatisfied, and it
��hs impossible for the government to
teep  them   there   until   the  women
stemmed Into the breach, and sharing
their   lives   with   the    fathers,   hns-  |
bands and brothers In the f****
they  must  work,  rendered   the   life
bearaMe and raised the mora, stand-
anl of conditions.     The women have
"Xed  to  get  more  sanitary   cond.f
tions and procure the PW ">*��
food   and   dwellings.      Mending   bu-
eaus, literary circles, hospital  work
and    ho   improvement  of  the  scho.
svstem aro among the results of the,
oganhatlon of clubs.   The natives o |
i    section have also profited ft,.the
Hubs, and  the  Influence   ujou   tbg
will be a lasting one.      It ia to tne
Ve Ut of one club to have togg* <\\
Kygrohnd for the native children 0 '
Colon,   and    philanthropic   work   of;
,very kind has progressed.
The Double Breasted Suit
we show here is the most popular
suit for the boy's all 'round wear.
Clothing our boy patrons
with the "Just Right" sort of
clothes is our specialty.
New Summer Fabrics in
fancy Cheviots and Cassimeres.
The patterns are adapted to
boy's suits, and the garments
are cut and tailored perfectly.
Every boy's suit we turn out
is built for strenuous business.
Sizes 8 to 15 years,
$3, ft $5 TO $10.50
Good boy's clothing is a far
better investment than the
"bargain sort."
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$1250 Per Acre, on Terms.
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Phone  929. Room 16, Collister Block.
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JEWELER
t   Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. R��y    -
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
i
M &
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOAKI)    OP    TRADE���NEW WKS'l
minster Board ot Trade meets in t&��
board room. City Hall, aa follows: i
Third Thursday   of   eacn   month, ,
quarterly    meeting    on   the    tniro
Thursday ot February. May, August
and November, at v p.m.      Annua;
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February.    New   members  may  be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C. M
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
'IMMIGRANTS SHUN
WORK ON EARNS
MEN WHO HAVE STUDIED SUGGEST SOME REASONS WHY
NEWCOMERS PREFER TO 03-
TAIN WORK IN THE CITIES.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and  Eighth streets, ���     . ,   . . .    .       ,,
���very Monday evening at 8 o'clock. I tlls c��untr-v' �����***��� ��^��*2*
New   York,   June   1.���Every   year
nearly 800,000   immigrants   cMe   to
the city, whore there is an increasin
clamor for work.   The iiues.iju often
unpatientlv asked Is why will   these
W. yacDonaTd;"'flnaTc*iali foreigners flock into ihe cities when
they might live in peace an.l plenty
 Iln the country, where their labar ls
  ' so much needed
Visiting   brethren   cordially  Invited
to attend.   George Adams. N.G.; W. |
C. Coatham, P.O.,  recording secretary,    J.
secretary
PROFESSIONAL.
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLEK, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
2'i
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLING, FISH, FRUIT
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications/ business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Kear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
SERVICE
Time
ot
Arrival:
20:00���United States via C. P. K.
(daily except Sunday)..
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. 15. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
The solution of this problem   by
the sending of men into tne country
has become a tenet of our   national
belief," says a wiiter.   "It has so sim-1
pie and elemental an air that  it na- j
turally   in\ites  confidence.     But   the I
proof of a remedy being^fter all. In
the application of it, we luolt for some j
test upon which to rest our belief.     |
"Theoretically, the problem of con-1
nectlng this demand with its supply
Is simple.    There is work   to do anJ
men to do it.   It remains only to let
the two  find each   other.    Actually.
the  situation,   inter-related  as   it  Is
with human and economic   problems,
is  much  more  difficult   of   solution.
As a basic factor In this situation we
may lay down the truth   that   labor
travels   along  beaten    paths.      New
paths of labor are as hard   to establish as n4w tracks of commerce. Men
go  where  hearsay  tells   them   they
would be most benefited.   There m.iy
be a greater demand for their work
elsewhere than in the place towards
which the beaten path  leads, but if
the immigrant does not know it. it is
for him non-existent.   Supply an.l demand left to themselves do not regulate each other as automatically   as
economists would have us believe.
Private Employment Agents.
"The dishonesty of the private employment  agency  is   another   factor
which has done much to prevent the I
immigrant    from    going    where    his i
labor   is   needed.      The last    report
(1909-10) of the League for the Pro-1
tection of Immigrants contains an account of the employment agency sit- j
nation in Chicago, which is most   re-;
volting.    It  shows  the  immigrant   as
utterly helpless in the labor market,!
a  prey   to  contractors   and   private
agents, a victim of    the    labor camp
and the construction company.
"If we had employed agencies upon
which the immigrant could depend it '
would; do much to start him trustfully
toward the country, but it would not
solve the whole problem.    There   are !
! many objections to farm life in itself, >
j which it would still be difHcuIt tor tho |
I immigrant to overlook.    Chief among
! these  is  the  absolute change  in  the |
j mo le of life.   Granting that the great I
I mass of our immigration   comes from
the   rural    districts   of   Europe    and
Time I should, therefore, adapt  itse f readily I
ot   ' to the open country, there are still a!
Closing: j great  many  differences  between   foreign and American farm life.    European  farmers live in   villages,   eachl
village having its schools, its church
ancl its well established social life, so'
that   the   isolated   American   farm    ia
OF   UNUSUAL   SIGNIFICANCE
Continuing for the Month of June
We Have Made Efforts and Planned to Give Yon the Greatest Values Ever Given at a Sale in This City
Prints and Ginghams at 12 1 -2c.
Crum's   Prints  and the  best  English    Ginghams;    over
500 pieces to choose from.    Regular   15c
Print ��� 8 yards for 50c.
Regu'ar 10c  Print,  26-in.  wide, shown  in  about 25  patterns;  only a limited quantity.    So come early.
Scan this list of prices���They are money savers���you'll say so
THESE ARE A FEW  ITEMS PICKED AT RANDOM FROM THOU8AND8 OF OTHERS.
MAIL
DRESS GOODS
At 50c���Serges, taffeta cloths, cashmeres; in black,   cream,   shepherd's
check and all the staple shades; regular 75c.
At 75c���Shepherd's check;   all  the
staple shades, and many fancy stripes,
in  Venetians,  serges, panamas, etc.;
regular $1.00.
SHEETINGS
Our prices on cottons are always
extremely low.   Note   the   following
further reductions:
64-inch   7-4    sheeting;    regular   35c;
for    27'/2o
72-lncb   8-4   sheeting;    regular   35c;
for  27'/2c
72-lnch   8-4   sheeting; regular 'ittyc;
72-inch   8-4    sheeting;    regular   40c.
80-inch   9-4   sheeting;    regular   45c:
for  371/zc
40-Inch pillow casing;    regular    25c;
for  20c
42-inch   pillow  casing;     regular  25c;
FLANNELETTE
These prices are   for   flannelettes
and Canton flannels.
20c flannelette, for 17"/2c
17V4C flannelette for  15c
15c flannelette for  12'/Zc
10c flannelette for 8c
LADIES' HOSE
At 25c���Ladies' lisle lace hose, ln
all sizes, and   in   every   fashionable
SILKS
At 35e���25-Inch pongee silk;    nice
Nfine quality;  this width sells for 50c.
shade, and plain black silk finish lisle;
regular 35c and 40c.
At 50c���Ladies' fancy hose in tans
and grey; in the   finest   s.ik,   gauze,
lisle; these are very stylish;  regular
85c per pair.
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Lace Curtains
Twenty-five per cent,  reduction  of
all  regular lines.    Samples at    Half
Price.
LINENS
Ready-made covers, or by the yard:
all at Reduced Prices.
FLANNELETE SHEETS
J2.00 size for   $1.75
$1.40 size for  $1.20
PILLOW CASES
40 and 44-incl.;  one yard long; Regular  25c;   for    18c
At  50c���Colored  rajuh    silks;     27
inches wide; we have lt ln all shades,
regular G5c.
Al 40c���Best grade Jap tiffeta silk:
we .show these ln over fifty shades;
regular 50c per yard.
MUSLINS
At 20c���White vestings; in   dainty
spots and stripes; values to 35c.
At 17J/2C���Fancy muslins; will make
pretty 8ummer,dresses; regular 25c.
At 8c���Fancy summer muslins; jint
tlie thing for warm weather; regular
15c.
BLOUSES
At 85c���Ladies'  white embroidered
and tucked waists; nice line mus Ine:
short  sleeves;   navy duck  waists;  In
all   sizes;   regular  $1.25.
1
At    $1.25���Ladies'    white    lingerie
waists;  in almost, every spring style:
many of these run as high us $2.50;
1            regular price.
35c hemstitched cases for, each .25c
Cet Your Share in Men's Wear-Everything Reduced
:3<J
13:00���Vancouver via ii. C. bl, It.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:151 inexperssibly   lonely   to    the   foreign
18:00���Vancouver via H. C. Hi. II. I farmhand.    Then, too, our food is dif-
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
At $1.00���Men's fancy shirts, comprising hundreds of different pattern3
and styles. These are Tookes' famous shirts, and will give you wear
and satisfaction; regular $1.25 and
$1.50.
8:30���Victoria via 13. C. E. R
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria  via  li.   C.  E.  R,
(daily except Sunday). .11:09
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
ferent, and unsatisfying for that reason. The wages are unquestionably
better and the life, more healthful,1
but after all many people care more j
for each other than they do for them-!
selves,  and  these  would  rather   get!
35c men's fancy box 25c
50c men's fancy sox  ��� 35c
$3.00 men's hats for $2.50
$2.50 men's hats for  $2.00
75c men's ties for  50c
50c men's ties for  35c
(daily except Sunday).. 0.45 j along sociably on  $5   a  week   than
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���AH points     east and   Eu
lonesomely on $10.
"Farmers all over the   country are I
asking    too   ineffectively   for   work-'
DRY GOODS
Phone 541.
516-522 Columbia  Street.
20 PER CENT.
We offer this discount on every suit
of men's or boys' clothing in stock.
These garments are made by Coppley,
Noyes and Randall, and for style, fit
and quality they cannot be equalled.
GentsTurnishings
P. O. Box 235.
New Westminster, B. C.
20:00-
12:30-
13:00-
PUBLICIST CAUGHT
IN STRANGE COMPANY
Heroic Photographer Snapped  Friends
Struggling   in   Water���Rescues   Not
in His Contract with G.T.P.
rope  (daily)     7:3C j men," says Jan Mashek, in the World
23:00���All points east   and   Eu- Today.   "The clamor is loud but pow-
rope (daily)  15:46 j erless. because it is not directed   to-.'
12:30���Sapperton     and     Fraser | ward the people who could answer it.
Mills      (daily      except One hears a great deal about the need
Sunday)       7:30 | for farm hands, but nothing   of anv
Sapperton     and      Fraser | broader attempt by the farmers them-
mills       (daily      except 1 selves  to  supply   it.    At.   state   fairs
Sunday)    15:45 j nnd     farms'     associations    there    U
Coiiuitlam   (daily   except (much  discussion  regarding the scar-
Sunday)   7:30   ''ity  or  hired  men.  but   m co-operu-
Central    Park    and   Ed- tive effort to make him mare numer-
monds     (daily     except ous. ,L:
Sunday)        11:00
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday) 13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:3(
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Gulchon,
Westham  Island    13:3(
30:00���Annlevllle.   Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:31
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:3(
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
11:30���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via Cl. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G. N. R. (daily except   Sunday) 14:00
11:30���Clayton 1 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       14:0(1
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
S: 30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sundav   16:00
50:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)     7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine (daily except
Sunday)    9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern nidge
and Hazlemere 1 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, l.'uper
Sumas, Surrey ''entre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayville,
Coghlan, via H. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 8:30
Montreal, June 1.���Cy Warman refill ned to Montreal today after Stfmo
wild adventures in Algonquin Park,
in which Fred Cook, of Ottawa, and
Capt. Chambers, the Gentleman Usher
of the Mack Rod, were his companions.
(nder the tuition of Black Rol, who
is a past master in the art of graceful pose and movement, the Montreal
and Ottawa figures in the landscape
arranged themselves Into a lifelike representation of a real fishing scene,
the stage effects being a real rock, a
real lake, and a background of real
trees and sky.
This touching representation of the
joys of fishing in territory reached
exclusively by the Grand Trunk, was
photographed exclusively for the
Grand Trunk by the Grand Trunk's
official photographer, Mr. Swan, Mr.
Warman thinks when tbis picture
gets going the advertising rounds It
will make the hearts of countless
thousands yearn with an almost unbearable yearning for places reached
exclusively  by  the Grand  Trunk.
Immediately after the picture ha.l
heen taken, the party made for their
canoe, which capsize! the moment Cy
Warman, Fred Cook and  Hlack  Rod
got into it. Mr. Swan, who was packing up his camera, came rushing to
the rescue, but before he could dive
in Cy Wurman's head bobbed Up from
the lake, and he shouted out "Never
mind the drowning peqple; take another picture of us."
Remembering that his duty to tho
Grand Trunk was to take pictures
and not to save lives, Mr. Swan obeyed, with the result that another grand
advertising negative was secured,
showing that nobody, nol even .t
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod,
can get drowned in Grand Trunk
scenery.
As a matter of fact, not a single
life was lost, llow afl escaped is a
mystery, because each gentleman of
the party claims be saved the other
two. Accounts of eye witnesses vary.
One says the lives of the party were
saved because the corks In the baggage were not disarranged by the accident; another declares that the
water was not so deen hut that all
three could stand on their feet and
get enough of their heads above water
to look heroic.
the Patriarch of Lisbon has informed Bernardo, Maehado, minister of
foreign affairs, that the report that
the prelates had decided to close the
churches  in   Portugal  Is untrue.
CHURCH   AND   STATE.
Separation in Portun?l Becomes
Reality   by   Bishops'   Protest.
Lisbon, May 31.���The long looked
for rupture between the church and
tho government is now an accomplished fact, as a result of the protest issued by the bishops against
the separation law. The violence of
this protest has caused a sensation.
It vigorously attacks the provisional
government, and declares that the
law is not one of separation, hut of annexation of the church. After being
despoiled of all property and authority, the bishops declare, the church
has been placed in an abject position under the heel of the government. The protest Is signe I by the
Patriarch of Lisbon, three archbishops and seven bishops.
The civil governors throughout Portugal have received orders from.the
Central government to Inaugurate an
inventory of all churches and
chapels.
According to the newspapers here
TWO   MEN   MISTAKE
LORDLY $100 BILL FOR $!
Ottawa, May 31.���John Burns, of
Buckingham, Ont., relates a peculiar
railway   incident   which   occurred   on
! the  C.   P.   It.   train   between  Ottawa
1 and Perth.
I Arriving at the station too late to
purchase a ticket, Mr. Burns board.id
the train, and, us he thought, he presented the conductor with a dolla."
bill. The latter returned the required
ticket and the change from a one
dollar bill. Bunas missed a hundred
dollar bill on his return to this city,
but he clid not in any way connect it
With the bill he had given the railway
official. Meanwhile, In making up
his day's returns, Conductor Howe,
much to his astonishment discovered
that he was a hundrel dollars to the
good. After doing some mental gymnastics he came to the conclusion that
Burns was the rightful owner, and
after two or three telegrams had been
despatched the very valuable piece or
parchment was returned to Mr.
Burns.
GAS LAMP BURSTS;
PREACHER IS HURT
Grenfell, Sask., June 1.���Rev. R. H.
Dobson.    pastor    of    Ihe    Methodist
church here, met with a very serious
accident  last  night.    lie was   trying
some new views in his lantern, wliich
he procured  lately, wheh tbe   acetylene gas which evidently was leaking,j
caught fire from the light of a lamp.;
A violent explosion   took   place, and
Mr.   Dobson   was   seriously   burnel
about the hands and race.   The housj !
furnishings were set on fire hut were1
quickly   extinguished.      It   is   proba-!
ble  Mr. Dobson  will require   to have:
new skin grafted on his han:ls.    Ho
was assistant | astor at Grace church
Winnipeg, heroic coming here.
mm
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
���m^S and "Prince George"
lU.iHl��\3l Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
For Stewart  Thursday:)
For Prince Rupert Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massed,
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Clly, Jed-
way, etc. 1 _._
Tickets and Information fo- all points east, Including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527  Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
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LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
:| Ryall's Drug Store
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TIRIC BIFOCALS. "v^W*; '
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FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
rxam
3T LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Mt���Take notice that I, C. John-
I or Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
pation carpenter, intends to apply
permission to purchase the lol-
ig described lands: Commencing
post planted at the southeast sida
��� the south end of Head Island ani
the northeast corner of T. L. 37502,
ence west su chains, thence north
chains, thence east So chains,
ence south 40 chains, containing
10 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
30AST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that    I, James
talker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation   broker,  intends   to  apply
[for  permission to purchase the    fol-
Flowing described lands:  Commencing
fat a post planted 20 chains west   of
i the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thenco
east    80    chains,    tbence    soutn   60
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
' Bert Warren, Agent.
!   Dated April Cth, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
married woman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    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 lesa.
EMMA DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent
Dated April 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, Qeorge
Osborn, of Vancouver, u. C, occupation carpenter, intend to apply    for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   *
post  planted  10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east 00 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
4>0 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEOKGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, 3. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, wblch point is situate about
sixty (60) cliains south-westerly fromj
the northerly end of the said Green
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, tbence east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Green
lake, thence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty   (160)  acres more or
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April 22, 1911.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>Bc�� 'Phon* W.     Barn   Paone ia,
Begbie Street.
���Mfage   delivered   promptly   ;���
say part ot tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B.C.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of Ne* Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B.\ C, occupation married woman, intends to an-
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakameus river, about two chains nortb of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
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 Greer, Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing  at  ��
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner ln Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edward
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, tn
Edwin John Bond, bearing date the
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly
ing and being in the District of New
Westminster, ln the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 59, subdivision of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all pe.sons   claiming
_ j any interest in the said !and by vir-
* {tue of any  unregistered inutrument
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
HEALTH   DEPARTMENT.
Tenders for Towing.
Tenders are Invited for the towing
of garbage scows from the City of
New Westminster to the Gulf.
Further particulars can be obtained
from tbe City Engineer's office.
Tenders will be received    by    the
undersigned by the 5th o f June, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
May 27th, 1911.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
block 5   (except the roadway), lu
the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 3352A, issuel
in tbe name of Mary E. Williams, has
been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
BIG SALMON (Mli
EXPECTED THIS YEAR
OLD FISHERMEN LOOK FORWARD TO REAPING LARGE
HARVEST IN RIVERS OF PROVINCES; PROSPECTS IN 8KEENA
mm mm has      I
BIGGEST GOLD PILE
Republic Boasts One Billion in   Coin
and Quarter  More  Than  That
in   Bullion.
There does not appear, says tbe
Victorian Times, to be the slightest
doubt in the minds of the old fisher-
men who Invade the rivers of tbis
province in quest of tlie salmon but
that this season will be the greatest
Bince the fishing industry of Britisn!
Columbia began. Tbey see many ln
stances why tbere should be a larger
number of the finny tribe in the rivers
than ever before, and believe that
they will reap big harvests.
Reports that have been received
here from the Skeena state that the
salmon catch so far this year Is far
ln excess of that for the same period I
last year. This Improvement is said'
to be directly attributed to the pro-
tection inaugurated some years ago
by the Dominion government and the
providing of spawning grounds. The
canneries there are already working
longer hours than they ever did at
this season of the year In the past,
and the export of canned salmon from
tbe Skeena this year will be very
large.
Rich as Uncle Sam long has been,
he has more gold ln his possession at
present than ever before in his 135
years of life.  Treasurer Lee McClung, _���__ . . ��� ,  .        ,.,       ;. , -,-;
looked  over his  balance   sheet   and | K��* ^K���0���1}���^}*���* *
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA   ANO
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope  "Tender   tor   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
found the government bad more than
$1,000,000,000 ln gold coin, to say
nottiing of $126,000,000 in bullion.
Never before in the history of the
government has lt had bo much gold
piled up in its coffers.
Not only is this a record-breaking
amount for the government to have
but there ls more gold in the treasury now than in the vaults of Great
Britain and Germany combined; or ot
Great Britain and Russia combined,
In other words, this government has
more gold, In coin and bullion, than
any other two nations.
Not All in One Place.
This vast golden hoard represents
the accumulation of a long series ot
years. It is not ascribed to any particular financial development of recent occurrence. By no means all
this gold coin and bullion is stored In
Washington. Any burglarious gentleman who thinks he can tunnel .under the treasury and find all this
gold in that institution some dark
I night is in error.   The gold party ln
Favorable weather conditions have the vaults of the treasury ln Wash-
also intervened to aid operations. lnBt0����. some of it Is ln vaults of tho
During former years rain has fallen sub-treasury, and some of lt in the
abundantly about this season and de- mlnt9 of Philadelphia and Denver. As
layed the fishermen from getting out a matter of fact, the greatest part of
i the office of tbe District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
the 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, payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited If tbe
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fall to complete lt in accordance with the tender.
Tbe Department does not bind it
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FI8ET.
ColoneL
Deputy Minister of Militia   and De-
f6D86
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers  will not   be paid   It
they Insert this   advertisement without authority from the Department).
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748,
title is not registered under the provisions of the  "Land Registry  Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
_.    .    .   ���    . .i .i       .       ������-ithe   tax   purchaser   within    forty-five
P?8! l^&PaSlJ&SVZ&SEllm Tom the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or iu
default of redemption before registr.i-
and all persons claiming any interest | excepted the southerly 12 feet herein  the said land   h% descent,  who:
of T. L. 40884, tlience west 40 chains,;
thence north '20 chains, thence west;
At) chains, tbence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 cbalns, thence soutli
40 chains, tlience east 20 chalnB, I
thence south 40 chains, containing'
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   16th,  1911.
to troll for the salmon. For the past
six weeks Jupiter Pluvlus bas not let
a single drop of water ooze out of his
waterbucket. and the weather man lu
the north prophesies a continuance ot
the same.
In addition the market has risen in
value and the profits this year, with
the large catch anticipated, cannot
be anything but be far in advance ot
any past returns. The fishermen are
at work on the Fraser, although they
have not yet reported an extra heavy
run of salmon.
No piscatorallsts have yet report
ed a run of salmon ln the Straits oi
lt ls at the two mints named
About $935,000,000 of the total coin
is held ln trust to releem outstanding gold certificates. It is expected
congress will put through legislation
this session to enable the treasury to
issue gold certlflcates against gold
bullion in tbe proportion of three to
two. That ls, for $200 in bullion it
would be possible to issue $300 ln
gold certificates against the bullion.
mv^rm   __���__
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m..
on Monday, June 12, 1911, for tbe construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified tbat
tenders will not be considered unless
tlon, you and each of you will be for
ever estopped anl debarred from Betting up any claim to or ln respect of
the said land, and 1 shall register Edwin John  Bond as owner thereof in
^^__^_________^^_^____^     fee.   And I hereby order that publica-
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of! Uo? ��f thls notice 'or thirty days in
Coast-Take   notice   that   I,  Agnes j �� dallJ newspaper published in New
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation' Westminster   wlK  be  good  and   suf-
tofore conveyed, in the district of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title number 11690F, Issued
ln the name of Joseph Campbell, has
been filed ln this office. ,
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tbe date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
HOLD ALOOF FROM
THE CELEBRATION
married woman, intend to apply fori
permission to purchase tbe following i
described lands: Commencing st a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 880, thence west 80 chains, j
tbence north 80 chains, thence east
40 cliains, thence south 40 chains,
thenoe east 40 chains, tbence south
���io chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April lfith, 1911.
flcient service thereofj
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 8th day ot May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  8.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davies Estate.
be made to me in writing,
C.  S.  KEITH.,
District Registrar ot Tit'.ea
Land  Registry  Office,  New  Westminster, B. C," May 2. 1911.
Raid the Dressmakers.
New York, June 1.���Lucille, Limited, successor to the dressmaking es-
  tablislunent   recently   conducted   by i ���
Juan d;'V"uca~'lu1��o��KntTs"���t��he;! Lady buff-Gordon,  was   raided   ,at; i made on the printed forms   supplied,
juan ae i-uca.   Aimougn u is ramer, tlnited   Htjstea   denntv  and  ��>��ned  with  their actual   s gna-
early for them they should^oon   b.  W  by   United   States   deputy       e occupations Iind
catches made off Brotchie ledge. marsnais.      I nomas  J.   Duggan,   the    , . regtdence     in the case of
  t manager,  was arrested  and   held in' PlB0e8 ��� resiuence.     in ine case oc
! $5000 ball for examination on June 6. j ��� rm8> ,th�� *CtUal  B_f��natur��- ^   �����
Duggan and Abraham   Merrltt. who!turf ��f the, "pupation and place of
is down in the corporation directory | !?""��?? ��f each member of the flnB
as secretary of the concern, are charg- \     ���    2 .    fn' _    ��� u _      .  ��
ed  with   conspiracy   to   defraud   thei     Each tender mu8t be ���****#*
government of duties upon gqwns and
fabrics for women's wearing apparel j
by means of false invoices. Work , t   ten        cent {10    fe,
Lady Duff-Gordon, who   9 named as    f the amount of the   tender   wblc���
president of Lucille, Limited, by the, wll, be ,orfelted ,t the per80n tender.
corporation directory, declined to be j ,ng decllne t0 enter lnt0 a contract
interviewed. I when called upon to do so, or fall  to
i     At th* raided establishment it was  compiete the work contracted tor.   lt
| said that the concern which she was  the tenaer be not accepted the cheque
i was president was taken over by Ln-, wm be returned.
| cille.   Limited,   several   months   ago.',     The Department does not bind   tt-
and that Bhe was no longer tbe head.
!l il
From the Jubilee of the proclamation of Rome as the capital of Italy,
which is being celebrated this year,
the vatlcan will not only hold entiiely
I by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of tbe
Honourable  the   Minister   of   Public
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ aloof, but it will maintain a state of
duplicate of the said  Certificate, un- j mourning
less in the meantime vaid objection
Recently most of the Catholic news-1
papers of Italy published a note   on
this  subject,   which   is   regarded   as!
having been communicated offllclally
by the vatlcan.    Its text was as   follows:
"During this year, 1911, which   is
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice thut I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estnte, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted southeast corner of
31792,  tbence north 80 chains.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30
to 00 inclusive, being subdivisions
of the soutli half   of   section    18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
T.      L-      ..It.'-,       llllinn:      HV.WM      "v        ,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 10 j a valid objection thereto be made to
chains to lake shore, tbence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 10th, 1911.
me In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in auy part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having    in
^^^^^^^^^^^^ their  custody  or  possession  the  fol-
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa-1 lowing title deedp relating to the said
tion spinster, intends to apply for j property are requested to deliver the
permission to purchase the following I same to the undersigned,
described landB: Commencing at a (a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
���........ ������OT: the crown to Farquhar McHae.
of      -        -  I     (b)    Conveyance In fee from Far-
thf nee huuui ov v.....���,   , .
��� .*.    rara    ���u..lr,���    ��nl (c)
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
F. G. CARD.NER.        A. L. MERCER I ffJ^VJ^tR'' ^^^s==s=s^JpU> ^ ^ T " ^ ^
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner, sa��ns,��: ^:s&J��i *H2 .l,i_J R c* ���koc��55��,
^^^ - \ snaiAMASMSkliiMnr Secretary.
<       Department ot Public  'Works, Ot-
l tawa. May 13, 1911.
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
Phone 661. ^_^^
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B
BLOCK.
Box 772
C.
Dressmaking
PALMER
Holy See will know but one attitude;'
I that ot prof und reserve equivalent to'
I a state of mourning.     For the Holy 1'
See it is a question of duty.   This ex I     _       ��� ��T^i'  ... '    , . _.    ��� _�� t     ,m__.^ *.- _��n > v. ***m ...
traordtnary jubilee, the celebration of  , J"st    ���celved    �������    lateBt��� f"u  tllIfVXZSEL���t\t   thX  E^rt rt
- I fashions in summer dresses and tailor 1 this advertisement H   tbey   Insert it
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.! without  authority  from  the  Depart-
! ment).
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H   to SB  H.  P.
3 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
\*	
lauds:     Commencing  at  a
post  planted at the southeast corner
Of T. L. 31792, tbence west 80 chains,,      	
Bouth 80 chains, thence east-quhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
������80 chains, thence north 80 chains to' (c) 16th August. .1901. Benjamin
point of commencement, containing \ Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Con-
till) acres more or less. veyance ln  fee  under power of sale
    ".THUI nr��       contained in mortgage.
  (d)    21st March, 1B02,    Conveyance
Dated April lfith, 1911. I In fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benja-
.   ������ | min Stevenson.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of | WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN-
Const���Take   notice   that   I    I"">��"
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon
���wan, occupation broker,    wwuu.    .��� 	
permission to purchase thej            LAND REGISTRY ACT
following, described lands:  Commenc- 	
^^^^^^���-    ���-*v_t
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent,
ltilh, 1911.
James
Saskatche-
   w..    Intends    to
Apply for permission to purchase the
described lands:
ing  at a  post planted  at tbe north
���west  corner  of the  Green  Point  Indian  reserve, thence west 40 chains
thence north  80  chains,  thence
40 chains, thence    south  80
���containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER
Boone Kerlin   *"*
STON,
Solicitors for Applicant
east.
chains,
Agent,
Re north half of lot 34, blo?k "B," suV
division   of   lot   30,   group    2,    Bt
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss  of certificate of title number 9410F, Issued
in the name of   Arthur   de   Brlssac
Owen, haa been filed in this office
Dated April 19th, 1911. |     Notice ls hereby given that I shall
-������  "at the expiration of one month from
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND   DIS-  the date of the first publication here
TRICT���District of New Westmln-iof, in a dnlly newspaper published In
ater, B. C.���Take notice that I, J. the City of New Westminster, Issue a
"FitzGerald Sargent, of London,Eng-| duplicate ot the saH certl Icate, unless
land, Clerk ln Holy Orders.lntends to in the meantime valid  objection be
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Central Meat Market
BOWELL t% ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up ......$0,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Bank has 175 brandies,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout tlie Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
which is being prepared, actually commemorates the statute of the   Turin I
parliament, effecting officially and in |
the face of every rlgSt the ruling of j
the   temporal   power  by  making  the
city of the popes the capital of Italy, j
"No one can be surprised if during ���
the  year  1911  the  vatlcan   takes  no'
part in any manifestation having the
nature of a festival, and   If all state
receptions  are   suppressed,   not   only.
the solemn  audiences granted  to  pli-! ESTABLISHED J817.     	
grimages.   but  also,   and    with    much  CAPITAL       V14.400.000.001
more reason, the reception of sovereigns and heads of states who may
come to Rome during the celebrations. This does not refur to Catholic sovereigns. The rule of the Holy
See in this connection is well known
and will simply continue. But non
Catholic heads of states cannot be received by the pope during 1911, even
if they comply with the usual conditions governing these audiences. By
coming to Rome in such circumstances they will be promoting by
their presence a celebration having
for Its direct object the commemoration of the spoliation of the pope."
CANADIAN PAGflC
RAILWAY CO.
RESERVE    .12,000,000.00!
branches throughout Canada rnd I
Newfoundland, ana ln Ixindon, Eng- i
lied, New York, Chicago and Spokane,!
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general'
banking business transacted. Let- j
ters of Credit issued, available wltb :
correspondents ln all parts of tbe j
world. j
Savings Bank Dspsrtment���Deposits I
received ln sums of $1 and upward, |
and interest allowel at 3 per cent, per ! Atlantic Express leaves..
annum   (present rute).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the N. B, end of Alpha lake, on the
���west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 chains, thence south I m
40 chains, thence west 40 chains,!"
thence north 40 chains to ro'nt ol
commencement, containing 1(10 acres
tnore or less.
Dnted the 7th day of March, 1911
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
made to me in writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office,    New  V,Testminster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
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Vancouver.      New Westminster.
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Tuesday and Wednesday
June 6 and 7
10 cents
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TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
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TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
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11 p. m. May 6, IG, 27, April 4, 16, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00  p. m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
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8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
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For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
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THE DAILV NEWS.
FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1911.
CSe "Colonial"
Lfcwrv 'Mower
B%ll ft<-ertr.$
!��� 1
CITY New S  Smith's Friday Bargab List
After having gone carefully into the merits of different kinds
ot mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our   customer*  the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. These
mowers    combine     simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "I* that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a pol
Icy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
a
INSURAINGH
RANGES
Just received a
carload of the
famous
Soutli Bend
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
Will pay cash for typewriter in
good order. Visible writer preferred.
Box W. L.. this office. *���
The city councll will sit as a com-}
mittee in camera this evening to discuss the estimates, and deal with arrears of business.
I -'
George M. An.lerson. a"* theological
student from Rock Island. 111., has arrived In the city to take charge of
the First Swedish Lutheran church.
Hairdressing, manicuring, massaging; room 5 Market blook, over Hunter's.   Phone 870. **
Sixth avenue Methodists will worship in the old hall on the lot adjoining the church until oftier arrangements can be made, the services here
commencing on Sunday. Dr. Bartlett,
general superintendent of Sunday
schools and TTpworth leagues for
Western Canada, will preach at tho
morning service.
Among the homeseekers. who havj
been looking over the lands of tbe
Fraser valley with a view to settlement are Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson, of Red Deer, Alberta, ar.*B Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Blackstock. of Saskatoon. They registered at the Russell
hotel, and proceed today to Victoria.
For spring plants and cut flowers
phone Davles and Son, flo:ists. Phone
897. **
On Monday evening at eight o'clock
in the board of trade room a meeting of those Interested in the citizen*"
annual excursion will be hqld. This
will be the sixth yearly outing of tbe
residents of this city. In the past
Victoria (twice), Nanaimo, ??ellin<-
ham and Blackie Spit have been
visited.
Doctors Holmes, Hacking and Mac-
Sween, dental surgeons, have moved
their offices from the Collister block
to the Cliff block, corner of Sixth
street and Clarkson. **'
A banquet was last night tendered
by the Pythian Sisters of Westminster
to their Chilliwack Sisters in the K.
of P. hall. Covers were laid for sixty
and a pleasant evening was spent.
The visitors returned to their homes
by special train in the wee short hours
ayont the twal', after having their in
debtedness for the welcome extended.
Wednesday morning Lawrence S.
Hamilton read in the Daily News
that the members of his family were
enquiring for him from Po.tland, Ore,
and without any loss of time he got
in communication with Chief of Police
Bradshaw and recited his doings from
the time he left tlie American city
some months ago. Last night, after
telegraphing to his daughter, who had
written the police of this city. Hamilton left for home on the southbound
train.
The census enumerators are uslns;
the offices of the Westminster Realty I
company as a base of operations.
For Sale.���Four large lots at Ed
monds. Price $350 each. Quarter cash,
balance one and two years. Westminster Realty Company, room 5, Trapp
block. ���* -.
A number of Westminster  Eagle?
I went over  to  Vancouver    yesterday
| evening on a fraternal visit, returi-
lng home on a late car.
The Public
Supply Stores
Breakfast
Foods
We have always
a full line of
CEREALS
on hand at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
Try us. Remember
we are headquarters for Green Vegetables of all kinds.
You'll see at a glance the many bargains
that demand your early attention Friday
looming, for you have not read of such
values as many of these offered for today.
A careful study of this list may just reveal the
very thing you need.   If so, you are fortunate.
Remember the
Place
1
tatia-
r thel
Ma..'
Following are the monthly statis
Ucb of the provincial hospital for
mentally afflicted, compiled on
31: In the hospital at the beginning
of the month, 144 males, 172 females,
admitted duiing the month, 24 males,
10 females; returned from probation,
1 male. 1 female; discharged without
probation, 4 males; discharged oa
probation, (> males. 3 females; discharged at the expiry of probation, 1
male; died, -5 males, 1 female,
escaped, 2 males; ln the hospital at
the close of the month, 452 males, 180
females; on probation at the close <>f
the month, 41 males, 21 females: total
under treatment at the close of the
month, 4<J3 males, 201 females.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See ine about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
SPRING
Medicines
Muir's  Sarsaparella
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Colnmbia St.
New Westminater, B.C.
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LARGE MODERN HOUSE
AND   TWO   LOTS
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
E.J.ilart&Co.,Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
B
WHITEWEAR SALE OF THE SEASON
HALF PRICE-FRIDAY
Now is your chance to replenish your whitewear needs
at just half price. These goods have got slightly shop
soiled and cannot be put into stock again. There are
many beautiful garments included in the lot, all well
worth seeing at such low prices.
Women's Corset Covers, Half Priced
Women's Drawers,   - Half Priced
Women's Gowns,   - Half Priced
Women's Underskirts, - Half Priced
BARGAIN  WAISTS.
Values to $2.25;   Friday Bargain 95c Each.
Women's waists of vestings, lawns, linen, ginghams,
etc.; tucked and Gibson styles; low neck and short
sleeves; plain tailored; laundered and soft cuffs
and collars; all sizes.
BEST VALUES   IN   WASH    GOODS    YOU    HAVE
EVER BEEN OFFERED.
Muslins,  Prints   and    Ginghams,   Today's    Bargain
Eight Yards for 50c.
Just try and imagine buying goods for less than
they can possibly be made for; this is what we
offer: we purchased early this spring about 3000
yards of these muslins at a big sacrifice price ln-
tet.Tling to sell them from 15c to 20c; we have decided to break all records in quick selling and
value giving, so out they go at this ridiculously low
figure. You c:mnot afford to miss this offering and
we  would  say come early.
NATURAL    PONGEE     SILKS     AT     STARTLING
PRICES.
21-Inch flne weave silk pongee; natural shade:
regular value 45c. Friday bargain, per yard ....25c
35-inch coatiug pongee; extra good weight and
nice even weave; regular $1.50. Friday bargain,
per yard    -    $1.10
TABLE   LINEN  BARGAINS FOR  FRIDAY.
Size 86x90 inches; linen table cloth; beautiful satin
fini.-h; neat scroll and Horal designs;  regular $3.51.
Fi iday   bargai a, each    $2.50
Size 04x86 hemstitched table clcth; excellent soft
satin faced linen; you could wish for nothing
nicer;   regular $3.75.    Friday bargain, each   ..$2.75
TABLE  NAPKINS.
Pure Irish linen;  hemmed;  size 23x23;  many neat
designs;   regular $2.75. Friday bargain, per doz. $2.00
HOLLAND SPECIAL.
30-inch brown Holland linen; nice weight and
weave;   regular 20c.   Friday bargain, per yard ..15-
FANCY TABLE LINENS.
Regular /5c;   Friday   Bargains   50c   Each.
Battenberg, flrawn work and Damask centres, tea-
cloths  and  runners;  very special values.
GLOVES  LOW PRICED.
Regular 50c;   Friday   Bargain   35c   Pair.
Women's fine lisle gloves; one and two spring buttons; shades of tan, grey and black; big values
at 35c
BELT8, 8PECIAL OFFERING.
Women's leather belts; black, grey and fancy Pals-
ley designs;  regular 35c.   Friday bargain, each 25c
NECKWEAR BARGAINS.
Embroidered linen, lawn collars and jabots; many
pretty styles to choose from; regular 40c to 60c.
Friday   bargain, each    25c
BIG VALUES IN  BELT PINS.
Gilt and oxodlzed belt pins; neat and new; regular
to $1.00.    Friday bargain, each   50c
CHILDREN'S   SOCKS���RARE   VALUES.
Regular to 50c;  Friday Bargain 15c Per Pair.
Included in this lot are pure silk, lisle and   cotton;
lace and plain styles;    shades of cream,    tan and
white.
UNDERSKIRT VALUES.
Regular Values to $1.50; Friday Bargain 95c each
Women's underskirts of fine ginghams and percales
In stripes, checks and fancys; shades of blue3
greys, mauvea, pink and greens; small und dee-!
ruffle styles.
LACE CURTAINS.
Reduced to 75c Per Pair.
Nottingham    lace curtains, 50 Indies wide and thro-
yards long;  white only;  a good range of patterns
in floral designs; curtains that will give good wear
suitable  for bedroom, sitting-room or dining room
etc., at big reductions.. Friday bargain, per pair 75c
COLORED    MADRASSES AT PRICE8 THAT WILL
SURPRISE YOU.
Regular to 85c; Friday Bargain 40c Per Yard.
We are endeavoring to break past bargain evenu
antl this is certainly an unusual offer; eight pieces
fancy Madrasses, all good designs and colorings-
values sold regular to 85c. Friday bargain, yard 40c
BARGAIN   SILKOLINE.
Regular Values 20c;  Friday Bargain 15c Per Yard.
Ten  pieces fancy    colored    sllkollnes;    36   inches
wide;   extra   ;ood buys Friday.
CURTAIN   SCRIM   AND   MUSLIN   AT  CLEARING
PRICE8.
Values to 35c; Friday Bargain 20c Per Yard.
Curtain   muslins and scrims:  In ecru and   white;
finished with lace edge and insertion    to    match
width  28 inches.
SPECIAL   CLEARANCE  OF CURTAIN   MUSLINS.
Friday Bargain 10c Per Yard.
Light and dark shades of floral designs: width abou:.
36 Inches; regular to 20c.    Note Friday's price.
UNU8UAL    GOOD  NEWS  FROM    THE    STAPLE
SECTION.
Pillow Case Bargains; Friday's Special 35c Per Pair.
Hemstitched    pillow cases of nice gradu cotton; well
made;  size 40 and 42 inches.    Have you heard of
a   hemstitched case at our price ?
SHEET SPECIAL.
Reg. Values $1.75;   Friday Bargain $1.50 Per Pair.
fize 68x80 Inches; hemmed sheets; nice weave; af
Kngiish    cotton; pure bleached. (
TABLE   DAMASK  SPECIAL.
30c Per Yard.
51-inch 3-4 bleached table Damask: extra weight of
linen; exceptional value; only one piece at this
price; snap; so get here early.
MAMELLA   BED  SPREADS.
Price One-Third Less.
Ahojit 20 fine grade spreads, very slightly soiled on
wrong side;  you can have your pick at Just two-
thirds usual price.    Good buys for hotels or rooming houses.
TOWELS AT FRIDAY'S PRICES.
20c Per Pair.
Brown   Turkish towel; medium size and weight; astonishing values at, per pair  2��c
28-INCH   WHITE   FLANNELETTE.
Friday Bargain, 12 Yards for $1.00.
28-INCH  FLANNELETTE.
In shades of e'<y. red and pink; regular 15c. Friclaj-
bargain, per yard   ��� '*YtA
72-INCH PLAIN ENGLISH SHEETING.
Good weight and even weave; full bleached; regular
35c.   Friday bargain, per yard  25c
Store Closes
Today at
5 o'clock
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Store Closes
Today at
5 o'clock
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