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 LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
riRtr INSURANCE
Prompt Settlement of Losses.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 28, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
HON. W. TEMPLEMAN
WILL SPEAK HERE
MASS MEETING THURSDAY WEEK
���PROVINCIAL LIBERAL CONVENTION SET FOR AUGUST 30
IN   VANCOUVER.
WIU CENSOR PICTURES
OF DOUBTFUL CHARACTER
The provincial conference of the
Liberal party has been called in Vancouver for August 30, during the fair
week. Each provincial constituency
is entitled to ten delegates for each
member returned to the local house,
and an attendance of about 40U delegates is therefore possible.
This is in accordance with a resolution adopted by the Westminster and
Vancouver Liberal associations asking the president, John Oliver, ex-
M. P. P., to summon a meeting at an
early date. A platform will be formulated, and plans organized to secure
tbe return of the federal constituencies to the true cause from which
they deviated in 1908.
The Liberal    convention    for    the
(Vancouver federal seat will be held in
Vancouver   on August   3,   and   the
choice  of  a   satisfactory   representa-
.���   will    then    be   made.    Several
ames have been mentioned for   the
onor.
A mass meeting will be held ln St.
itrick's   hall   on    Thursday    week,
Sen Hon. William Templeman, M.P.,
Ulster    of    inland    revenue;     Dr.
irk, M.P. for Red Deer, and J. VV.
art, Liberal candidate, will be the
ef   speakers.    The    mesting    has
called for eight o'clock.
BUSY COUNTY COURT.
Civil Actions for Trial  Before
Judge Howay.
. Honor   Judge   lloway   at   the
ty court this morning will begin
jay  day's Judicial  business,    and
pugh one of the cases on the cal-
Twill  in  all   likelihood  be  held
|or the autumn sittings, the re-
Bg   citations  will  occupy   much
time of the court.
Ik   VV.   Hudson,   of   Vancouver,
llntiff in the case versus  Wll-
fbit?, Of Pott Moo.ly, is claim-
16.16 for labcr  exi ended,  and
promises to be an Interest
Frank J. McDougall, a Van*
��� lawyer, has charge of the case
Js Interests of the plaintiff, while
wslde, Edmonds and Johnson, of
lis city are looking after the affairs
Iif the  Fort  Moody  defendant.
William   Sweet inan,   a    farmer,
Will LAY STONE
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Ontario    Government    Adopts    Rigid
Rules and  Appoints   Board  to NEW    SIXTH    AVENUE    CHURCH
Prevent  DitplajOHj^H WILL BE OFFICIALLY STARTED
BY GEORGE CUNNINGHAM, SR
Toronto, June 28.���The    provincial I      ���COMPLETED IN THE FALL
government today appointed a board
of censors whose duties  will be    to
exclude from production in Ontario of | The foundation stone of the new
any suggestive, Immoral, or obscene; sixth avenue Methodist church will
pictures, or the deplctments of crime i be laid on Wednesday next by George
or prize fights. j Cunningham, senior, the president of
All   films  displayed  ln   future  will: the conference, Rev. A. E. Roberts, of
have to bear the    official    approval j chilliwack, aeslsting In the ceremony.
stamp.
JAPANESE NAVY
MUST BE INCREASED
The old church which had been in
existence for twenty years bas been
pulled down, and the new building,
which is to be erected on a neighbor'
ing lot, will be replete with all modern conveniences for such an edifice,
with school rooms in tbe basement,
i and usual church offices. It will seat
SOO persons.
The first congregation was formed
Tokyo, June    27.���Japan's    already
huge army, according    to   plans Just
announced by tbe government, ls   to i
be increased at once by two more di
visions which are to be permanently,   . ,-      .. ...   . __.   .   ...  ,    __^
stationed in Korea.    An appropriation   "^^"'^^est End church in 1891,
to cover the cost of the Increase is to | Thompton
AVIATOR LINGERS
OVER NIAGARA GORGE
PROPOSES TO SHORTEN
JOURNEY BY ONE-THIRD
CALIFORNIAN      BIRDMAN      GIVES!
THRILLING     EXPOSITION     OF
NERVE IN MID-AIR���HORRIFIES
SPECTATORS At FALLS.
i Railway to Labrador Port Would Cut
Down the Transatlantic Trip
Considerably.
NEW BLOCK PLANNED
AT PENITENTIARY
be asked of the next diet. In the
newspaper Jupl, Count Okuma declares that there ls great opposition
by the public to the army Increase.
This, he says, ls unnecessary, but Insists that an increase of the navy
is urgent.
Beaumont Completes Race.
Brussels, June 27.���The huge crowd
which gathered at the aerodrome here
yesterday broke into volleys of cheer*
as M. Beaumont, winner of the fourth
stage of the International circuit
aviation race, arrived at 5:30 o'clock
last evening. He was followed by M.
Vedrlne, Herr Klmmerllng and M.
Garros. The ^viators told nt exceptional difficulties encountered. They
were buffeted by violent wlhds and
drenched by rains.
They were presented to the king,
who warmly congratulated them o:i
the achievements. M. Vedrlne w:is
the object of a special ovation and
was "presented with a laurel wreath
Inscribed "To the Victor of the I'aris
Madrid Race." ���
The present pastor. Rev. F. 6.
O'Kell, has Invited his ministerial
brethren from the neighborhood, including Revs. C. W. Brown and E. D.
Braden, and several promirfnt
Methodist   laymen to be present    at
the ceremony.
The choice of Mr. Cunningham, who
bas recently recovered from an accident, Is due to the fact that he ls the
oldest member of the congregation.
Mr. Cunningham came to Westminster four years before the foundation
of the church, and has been a consistent supporter of it sine:* that time.
The congregation hope to go into
possession of their new building in
the month of October, meanwhile services will be held in the old school
room adjoining.
Niagara Falls, June 28.���With a
whirl of his biplane, and amidst the
roar of his powerful motor, Lincoln
Beachy, the daring California!! aviator, was momentarily obscure! by
blinding spray at the .whirlpool here
yesterday, and the thousands of
frightened spectators anticipated that
another victim had perished.
After circling gracefully over tbe
falls, tbe aviator awooped '*> neath tho
arches of the upper steel viaduct, and
almost flew down the gorge to within a few feet of the awful and fatal
fall. As if by a miracle, be righted
his machine ln the nick of timj and
turning abruptly in a half circle
sought the Canadian side of the water,
which he safely made. It is estimated
that 150,000 people witnessed the
death-Inviting feat.
At his hotel afterwards the airman
was the recipient of many congratulatory    messages.    In    an    interview
-\ Beachy said he would not go through
the trying ordeal again   for all
money in Uncle Sam's mint.
the
JEWISH TROUBLES
IN RUSSIAN TOWN
INSPECTOR DAWSON PAYS CUSTOMARY VISIT���SUBSTANTIAL
BUILDING      WILL      BE      CON-
Montreal,   June   28.���The   All-Red I      3TRUCTED FOR EXTENSION.
railway  line, company of which  the
notice of a charter has    Just    been
given, will result in the shortening or i    The vl8ltg of tne [aepector ot penl-
the sea route between England anj | tentiaries to the local Institution are
this country by no less than two and
a quarter days provided the scheme
does not miscarry.
The proposition Is to build a line
from this city to.a point near Cape
St. Charles on the Labrador coast.
This latter point is on tbe fitty-seconj
degree, the same latitude as Lon.ion
and Bristol. Here a port would be
established. Despite tbe northern
latitude, the railway would be accessible ten months in the-f��.ir.
SKEENA SALMON ^M
������ ARE RUNNING WELL
St.
Declaration  of  London.
London, June '-!������Hen. A J. Balfour spoke today at a great meeting
of non-party protest against the
Declaration of London. He said starvation and not invasion was the danger of this country. The seizure of
the enemy's vessels was almost tbe [ engine,
only pressure we had against other
powers, but the declaration was intended to hamper the right of any
power attempting an etlective blocK-
ade and distinctly diminishel tho
I power of counter-attack which B: itain
Information has reached the Dominion fisheries office here that the
heaviest run of spring salmon ever
known on the Skeena river has Just
taken place. There ls a splendid run
of sockeye salmon, bo^j averaging
from 150 to 200 flsh, and never In the
history ot the river, has there been
such a big run at. this time of the
year, and the cannerymen are looking
forward with confidence to a very
large, if not a record pack. The run
of spring salmon in the Naas river
has also been a good one.
For protection work on the Fiaser
river, an additional gasoline boat bas
bees purchased, 44 feet long, ejuipi.ed
with a 24 horse power Lamb gasoline
  This boat will afford much
' better accommodation for those engaged in the protection of the fisheries, as it is equipped with sleeping
and other accommodations.
Petersburg, June 27.���The min-j exercised in the past.   A resolution to
The Sugar Trust.
Washington,    June    27.���President
John  D.    Spreckels,    of the Western
Sugar Refining  company, of.   California, told the house sugar trust    in-
istry of trade is nego'iating with the | the following effect was carried: "The
ministry of the Interior with a view ' declaration seriously weakens the em-
to the temporary suspension of the' pire's naval position, highly pre-
order of the governor of Tobolsk, Si-!judlces her commercial interests and
beria. prohibiting Jews from attend- gravely threatens her tooi supply in
ing the fur fair at Tyurfien. If the | case of war."
ministry  of  the  interior    does    not
grant this concession the other min-.
isters will   take   the   case bifore the*
ofl
restlgatlng committee today that his j council of ministers
company    in    1903  entered  into    an !     Premier .Stolvpin holds the post oi
| agreement    with    the    California    & . interior  affairs,  and   the   present  ac-
���,.     . Hawaiian    Sugar    company,    closing   tion    was    taken    following    n  tPlo
���urrey. i. ctt��i a�� nlalntiff in the caee ��own the latter's sugar factory and graphic appeal from the board of
Versus H. C. Baumer. of Westminster, keeping it out of tbe cane euear mar trail* at t�����_��� ������... ,uoa��� , 0I
The case Ib one which has milk a. the ket for three ,��i Th!s U ���! ,U > theTexoLT��� ���f*,Be"'^ f��r*h tbat
^"���SrVTSS  .'��r   �����"-!*��.,�����������   .tl.Bat"n., in   the   ��v��^en ��J' OXClU��,on   ot Jo*"�� '">�����  the  city
the   aum   **t   $60   te   at   Stake.     3.   T>. I bill   In     the  auaar     trust     mm-    M
Kennedy   will   appear   for   8weetman. \ Spreckels   aald   counsel   assured   blm
Another Victim of Fire.
Nantucket, Mass.; Juue 27.���The
fourth' victim of lire that destroyed
the boathouse here of William Barnss,
jr., the New York Republican leader,
last  Saturday   died   last  night,  when
Thomas Kerr, of New Vork; Succumb-   j-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^^^^^^^^���
ed to his injuries     Kerr was    badly | are threatening to make demands
SEAMAN'S   STRIKE
STILL  SERIOUS
less exciting than they used to be but
a few years ago, when owing to the
fragile protection afforded by -a
board fence the breakaways drew an
unpleasant notoriety to the B. C.
penitentiary. All this wlll soon be
changed, and the secure fenee now
available on three sides will be completed all round before long.
So Inspector George W. Dawson,
who arrived yesterday on what la
practically an annual visit, accompanied by E. J. Adams, architect of
the Dominion penitentiaries, will not
have much to report to Ottawa, and
that will be of a favorable nature as
Mr. Dawson finds everything going
on satisfactorily.
Only one escape is to be recorded
in the time since the last visit, and
tbat quite recently in the person of
Peter McCoy. Nothing has yet been
heard of hlra. Mr. Dawson, in conversation with a Daily News represen
tative, said last night that he had Just
come from Edmonton, having been at
the Alberta penitentiary for ten
days, and last month had been engaged opening the new building for
Saskatchewan at Prince Albert. Previously prisoners had to be taken to
Edmonton to serve their sentence.
Mr. Adams ls here owing to the fact
that the department of Justice U
ready to proceed with the construction of the new wing for which foundations are already In. This will take
three years to complete, and is Intended to house about 200 prisoners.
It will be of brick anl cement, with
steel barriers before the cells. The
situation is close to the existing buildings, at right angles to the present
prison block. As th<? prisoners themselves do a good deal of the actual
construction work, the expense is not
sucb as ordinary public works involve.
It is expected when the officials go
into possession of the new building
that   the    present    temporary    cells
London, June 27.���The government |
today is greatly alarmed over the developments  in  the  seamen's    strike.
After the transatlantic lines had settled with the strikers, the    Shipping
Federation, which    controls    90    per  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
cent, of the coasting tra.le, decided to, across the yard will be abandoned/ as
fight to a finish. | well as the old cells in the    prison
Tonight representatives of 100,000' block between the office and the ex-
transport workers will meet They tension of the building made some
probably will decide to go out, thus  years ago.
bringing the total of the strikers in- "    Mr. Dawson has also to look into
vol'ved to 250,000.    Other unions also   the question    of    rfaro'.e,    a  system
to make demands. which is working well throughout the
The Miners'   Federation   especially   Dominion, and of which the convicts
while Baumer will    defend    his    own Ithe transaction wea entirely legal.
case.
The case  Smith   vs
Watson Is ono
for damages  assessed at $225, and  Is
one In which Maud Smith, of Vancouver, as  plaintiff,  is  suing C.  A   .Watson, of  Agassiz. a    rancher    of that I
place.   Russell, iil'ssell anl Haniifag-1
tou, of Vancouver,  are Vioking  after.
the interests Qf the    plaintiff,    while j
Bowser,   Reid   and   Wiillhridge    have
been engaged for the defendant.   Yes ���
terday   representatives  from   Vancou-'
VESSEL  RUNS ON   ROCKS
IN    FRISCO  HARBOR
San Francisco, June 28.������The Signet, a small steamer, has gone ashore
on the rocks near the Golden Gate. It
is expected she will be refloated with
the next tide.
m Soverno??} t "boV.k �� inTaccorianclWu*"* Dehiven.  ot Brooklyn, who  a proposition   to   strike    for   baiter Unite  apart from the ordinary  com-
are!
pt&MstftSFjSbk ��gg\Sftssr *'*��**- ^.*s*\w*�� condition..
Crops  Relieve Situation.
Washington, June 20.���In the light
Officer Slays Soldier,
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, June 27.���
A midnight battle between soldiers of
the federal garrison of this town last
night resulted in the death of one
private, who was slain by Captain
Macarlo Bracamonte. Bracamonte
was arrested today and Is In Jail.
ver were In the city as'dng that the, .   "���""iT "���      .....  it
last mentioned case be permitted  to   "  .offidal  sports  that the crops o
stand   over   until   the   sittings   which K'"na ar,e now  be n�� harvested    and
will he taken after tho summer vaca-  ^e people are no longer starving, tho
This course was acceptable to ��� Ued  Cross ,0(lil>'  announced that no
tion.      ^^^^^^^
the court, and will  therefore not be
called this morning.
FORWARD TO MOVE
ITS LOCATION
Winnipeg,    June    27.���Forward,  ��a
new' town on the branch of the Canadian Pacific, now building west from
\Veyburn, Sask., to Lethbridge, Alta.,
dodded to move, lock, stock and barrel, to a point two and one half miles j
west of  the  present  location,  where
the new  Canadian  Northern  branch,
running  In  a  similar  direction,   will
Intersect the    Canadian Pacific.    The
Forward hoard of trade has the matter ln hand and ls arranging with   a
contractor to  move  them,  the  town
to be on the now site before threshing starts.
NOTICE OF  PROVINCE
IN   BRITISH  JOURNALS
further contributions are needed for
the Chinese famine relief fun 1. The
total amount received by tho Red
Cross for this work was $80,000,
practically all of which was expended.
FAMOUS CHURCH
DESTROYED  BY LIGHTNING
SCHOOLS PREPARE FOR
CLOSING EXERCISES
. APPEAL OF WIRELESS
New French Cabinet,. ,m
Paris, June 27.���Included ln
new cabinet of Premier Caill&ux are
M. Delcasse, minister of marine;
Justine Deaelves. for fifteen veils prefect of the department of Seine, minister of foreign affairs: Gene Etienne,
minister of war, and either M. Cruppi
or Jean Neny, minist.'r of Justice.
1 mutation ot .sentences. Very tew men
1 have tailed to keep up tbeir vm*\ be-
Ihavlor when bo relea
\     Mr.   Dawson  anA_
lOkAIWMM^^ *^.~^m����*��i
Montreal,    June    28. ��� Lightning
struck the Church of St. Jean Baptlste
Important Meeting of Board Has Sev-
veral Staff Appointments to
Make.
VANCOUVER EMDERMAN
ADMITTED TU HEAVY HAIL
This week the pupils at the various
last  night  and  completely  destroyed I schools under the jurisdiction of the
the  sacred edifice,  doing  damage  to, Westminster board of school .trustees
the extent of $200,000.
SERVANTS MUST NOT
Former City Father Held on Bigamy
Charge in Terminal City���
In Court Thursday.
have been preparing for the bummer
vacation which begins at tlie close of
��� -    ��� , this week  and which will extend to
LEAVE WITHOUT NOTICE   September.
~~~~ Tomorrow the concluding exercises
Montreal, Juno 27.���By a bylaw tn connection with the end of this
passed at a recent meetln ; of WeBt- term will be held at the Lor.l Kelvin
mount city council, It will In future institution, beginning at half past
be illegal for any apprentice, servant nine o'clock in the morning. In the
or luborer, under written or verbal! afternoon Sapperton school will en-
contract for one month or more, to I gage jn these after the luncheon re-
  leave  his or  her  employment   with-1 cess.   The following morning will see
Victoria, June 27.-One  feature  of i ����t giving fifteen days' notice of In- j the children of the girls' school and
   -. ..... i tention to quit.    The penalty for in-j kindergarten displaying their    varied
New York, June 28.���Argument tm
appeal from the Judgment of convic
tion in the cases of Colonel C. C. Wilson, president, and Francis X. JButJer,
a director, of the United Wireless
Telegraph company, and William W.
Thompklns, head of the New York
stock selling agency, was heard today in the federal court
of George H. Parker, of Seattle,
western agent of the comnany, who
was also convicted nnd who at present is confined in the Tombs prison,
with Wilson. Butler and Tompkins,
will not be heard until fall.
y*��e cmUenUatr.
NONAGENARIAN   LADY.
Famf/y
Vancouver, June 28.���At a late
hour last night Ex-Alderman VV. J.
Cavanagh was arrested for bigamy.
He was held In ball for $10,000, which
was later forthcoming, and release
was granted. He wlll be arraigned
Thursday morning at the local court
He was a member of the city council ln 1908.
Mine Flooded by Inrush of Sea.
Halifax, June  28.���Water from the
Power Plant Struck.
Allegan. Mich., June 27.���During a
severe electrical storm the large dam
and power plant at Trowbridge, four
miles southeast of here, was struck
by lightning and the plant burned to
the ground. The loss will run to
more than $125,000.
Aid
Venerable    Pioneer    Gathers
Around Her for Birthday.
Mrs.    George    DeBeck,    wbo    celebrated  her    ninety-seventh    birthday
The appeal I >'esterday in her son's house at Van
.e    a���0.��il I ��iuver, is one of the earliest settlers
in  this province, coming as she  did
from  Carleton county,    New    Brunswick, in the early sixties by way ot
the Isthmus of Panama. Mrs. DeBeck,
who has resided in Westminster and
district   since   this  period,   has   seen
many changes in the Fraser river vai-,
ley in  that time, and although  now
spending the evening of her days in
the Terminal  City,    has    this    community  ever before her, as she    ex
pressed  herself  yesterday  when  surrounded by her large family of descendants.    A large number of those
who are nearest and dearest to het
travelled  to Vancouver  early  yester
day morning,   and    at   a    receptiob
helpless from a paralytic stroke.
Mr.   Shoup   lived  alone   and   early
ln the morning was stricken, his en-
naiiuiA, jum;  ���<>.,,-... ���  tire left side being affected.   He was
ocean is pouring Into the coal mine I unable to call for   assistance.      The
*"    -"   " ' ���k*    1....U1, -hlo   moans    b<
Parrot  Calls  ^^^^^^^^^^^
Portland,   Or.,   Juue   27.���A   parrot,""'   ""''""�����   ,""-    ":. r   .. ���..
belonging to John F. Shoup, a   Civil  whl<* ��he ��Id ���* uheld *��. ����� a,fter-
war  veteran, living at Oregon   City,  noon she showed that although long
summoned aid when hls master was  Pa8�� the allotted span she was blessed
-  ���_..- -�����i,��� ! with a strong constitution, and could
take part in   the    festivities   which
were being held in her honor
the constantly growing work of British Columbia's agent-general in London  is  that  ot  securing  recognition
by the British press of British Columbia news and news of the opportunities In potential and Industrial conditions prevailing in this province. How
much Mr. Turner Is doing toward securing such valuable publicity for the
province he represents at the metropolis ls Indicated ln the almost   constant appearance  of late in leading
English and Scottish Journals of highly  laudatory  references to the fruit
growing and   poultry  farming opportunities here, the development of agriculture generally, the fisheries of British  Columbia,   Its   tourist   attraction,
Its wealth of timber, mining development,  etc.    Indicative   of the  wide-
fringing this bylaw was fixed at $40 j Bifta at ten o'clock, while the boys
and costs; but It also contains prov- at the Central school will show their
islons binding on employers, and any | prowess at 1:30.
employee who has a complaint to
make as to conditions of service may
summon the employer, who, lf proved
guilty, Is also liable to a $40 flne.
The same notice' required of the employee must also be given by the employer. Any person harboring a deserting employee will be liable to penalty.
BIG FLOUR MILL MERGER
IN WESTERN ONTARIO
Tomorrow night at the offices of
the board, an Important meeting will
be held by the trustees with Chairman T. J. Trapp presiding. Much important business is down for settlement, chief among which wlll be tbe
appointment of the principal tor the
High school, rendered vacant by the
resignation of H. M. Stramberg. Since
Acting Principal E. R. McMillan took
the position he has shown that he
ls worthy of the confidence reposed
by the trustees and the ap-
at Port Hood at the rate of three
thousand gallons per minute. As lt
Is hopeless, to stop the Inrush, the
mine will be allowed to fill.
Farm Women te Meet.
Colorado   Springs,   Colo.,   June  27.
-A call   for the   flrst  International
parrot, hearing hls moans, set up a
loud screeching that attracted the attention of passersby and they entered
the house to And Mr. Shoup, who ls
70 years old, helpless. He was taken
to a hospital and cared for and will
probably recover.
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Guelph, June 28.���All the mills us-   polntment of Mr. MoMlllan to the full
"-*--'-1 responsibility   ls In   many   quarters
J expected.
The appointment of a principal for
1 the girls' school ls also to be made.
Ing winter wheat ln Western Ontario
wlll be merged In one company. The
-���-��nj ��.���-,!�������������� ���..j   wi 11    1. towns which wlll be affected by this
ZZ? ���S v ?w 1wm iS, "i K'��">ve are Guelph, Chatham, Stratford,
flcial  publicity that British Columbia  Cf   rri,���m���0 ������j a*   mo���
Is  at  present  obtaining   ln  the   old I St' Thomas and St. Mary.
land. Is the fnct  thnt during March Mr  Borden at Lacombe.
" "8t "f r���Pri,,n. W,h1^   ar''    Calmry, June 28,-Last evening R.
tides on B   C   appeared Include one   L   Bord        h OB���ron ieaderi ad. 1 tomorrow night,
hundred and thIrty-three pub  cations  dreflged a'b,B%a^er|nR at Lacombe.      This meetfng wlll prohablv b�� the
the post having been recently vacated
by Miss Clark. As Is usual at close of a
term, mnny of the teachers have resigned and their places will be filled
Issued this week. The object of tbe
meeting Is to take up for discussion
better homes, sanitation, higher
standards of life, nursing, hygiene,
business management of farm houses
and a general Improvement of rural
life conditions. It is the outgrowth of
the recommendations of the Roosevelt farm commission and by this
means it lshoped to achieve beneficial results. The convention ls to be
held atethe same time as the dry-
farming convention.
���a can   ior iue   iu 01   u,,.,..  ^^^^^^^^^^^
convention for farm women to meet  CZAR  WENT FOR
in this city, October 17 to 21, will be TURKISH  EDITOR
Constantinople. June 27. ��� M.
Teharykoff, the Russian ambassador
here, recently brought an action
against Tahsin Beg, editor of the
newspaper Silah, which appeals at
Salonika under the auspices ot the
army officers, for violent Insults
against the czar and the Russian government.
Tansln Bey, who was tried at Salonika, has been acquitted, and the re-1
suit of the trial has been received f
there with extraordinary enthusiasm.
Vigorous protests aro made against
Russia, and The Silah continues its
insults, calling for a holy war against
the Russian empire.
M. Teharykoff objects to the sum-
acquittal, and is taking ener-
steps  for  a   revision   of   the
Although in such an advanced age,
the old lady expressed her desi e to
get back to Sapperton where she had
spent so many happy days, which hold.
for her many pleasant recollections.
KING'S HORSE WINS
NEWMARKET   RACE
Newmarket, England, June 27.���To
add to the triumphs ot the coronation.
King George V. of England today
scored a big turf victory when hla
three-year-old, Dorando, won the BoU
tlsham Plate from a field of six.
Dorando was favorite at 2 to 1.
NOTICE.
Powder Mill Explosion.
Peoria, III., June 27.���An explosion
at tbe plant of the Western Powder
company at Edwards Station yesterday resulted ln the death of two men
and the demolition of the plant. The
explosion is supposed to have   been
mary
ietlc
The attention of the management of the Daily News
has been called to the effect
that contest coupons have
been cut out of papers before
the subscribers have received
them.
This ls to give notice that
anyone found tampering with
subscribers' papers wflT be
prosecuted, and In protection
to    contestants    strict    watch
n?e StkS^^%aU^aSSS^tl7*S��^S^S^% "S^^S^St^iSS^L^ I ^"^tf^V^*''1^ aUended by SeCre" I Btarted ^ a 8��ark-    The ^"a    of .court's juagmeot.    ��� .,��	
to tins  tended in large numbers, and mani-1 tary Lennle ln his official capacity,I two men were blown a distance ofl little support from the   central
rested interest in the proceedings.        owing to his retirement. fifty feet and terribly mangled. thorities.
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He gets, however,   ���   of papers. *
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.   "��
ssb^Sto * dorgan olD SPANISH MINE
706 Columbia Street
WANTED���A      BOY      ABOUT      14 ,
years old, would Uke a position in a I ���
Btore or  office.     Apply   J. A.  H., i LOT  on
Daily News office. M^^^^^
SMALL new house at Edmonds, on
66x113 foot lot. $800; one-third
cash.
FOUND IN COAHUIIA
I are now overgrown by great trees.
The ancient method of obtaining values from the ore waB crude and the
j tailings contain a considerable percentage of silver.
Mr. Chasm is still searching with a
} view of locating any other mines that
may lie in the same locality. It being
BRAIN NORMAL AFTER
i     REMOVAL OE BONE
Tenth  avenue,  just east  of, PERHAPS SAN SABO
WORKED By! thf P��Pular bellef t^t more than one j N��W HAVEN   8URGE0N   EFFECTS
Tenth street, 50x132; light clearing.
J&25 cash.
FIRST   SETTLERS  OF  TEXAS���
mine
1 Saba
I
was   operated    near   the   San
"WANTED���A BOY    ABOUT    FOUR
teen;   chance to learn good trade.  TWELFTH street corner, 158 and 132
Apply M.. Dally NewB. I    feet fronting on the    two   streets,
I    and lane alongside. $4000; one-third
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR  CLEAR-'     castl
ACCIDENTAL
ENTRANCE.
DISCOVERY    OF |
'THE   OLD   HOMESTEAD."
lng and grading school site, Sixtli
to be in hand by noon ot
 . Specifications can be seen I
at  the  secretary's  office.    Lowest!
I    Llano,  Texas,  June   27.���The
The perennial  drawing   power   of
i "The  Old Homestead,"  which comes
lned Mrs. Bard and found the "slight
injury" to her head has caused serious depressions in both back and
front of the skull, one of which he
was sure, resulted In a piece of bono
pressing down upon some nerve centers.
Brain Tissue Discolored.
Figuring out which one  it  was���
from the nature of ber eccentricities
���the surgeon cut into tbe skull, and,
ln   an   operation   that   last   several
from   PECULIAR   MALADY   BY  hours, removed a piece of bone three
r   u 'inches  Bquare.
CURE   OF  WOMAN   SUFFERING
VERY   DIFFICULT   OPERATION.
lost'to the Opera house tonight, ls lndis-
av��enue to be in Hand hy noon ot .TH|RD avenue, house near Tenth ^an Saba mine, or at least some other jjputable. and its long success and con-
July 5.'   Specifications^ can b��s seen,    Btreet, two or three rooms. 55x1321, aaclent producer of rich ore, has at|tinuous popularity are due in no In-
tender not necessarily accepted.
Lennie, secretary.
11.
foot lot, well developed
$2100; easy terms.
to    fruit.
last been discovered.    The existence j considerable measure to the fact that
iof the San Saba mine Is more than a | it is a perfect transcript of   nature;
WANTED ��� BY      YOUNG
board and room in central location. I
Apply to Box X., Dally News. I
tradition.
t Snv I LOT on Dublin street, upper side, be-1 waaiuon.    The belief that there was, holding the mirror up to nature as do
1    twp*n    Fiehth    and   Tenth   street   8Uch a mlne in thls part of the Span'i few other P1*?8 ��f mo.lern times
tween   fcighth   ana    lentn   8Weel-1 i8h possessions and that   it contrib | was     accounted    -    ���*    -'���
$750.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoa
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
FOR SALE���600 CHOICE BUILD-
ing lots ln New Westminster and
Burnaby. We will make special
terms and conditions to anyone
wishing to select lots for building
purposes, and arrange for grading
streets, etc. See our Westminster
Heights addition, corner Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light service,
etc. As soon as construction on
the new car line begins this property will double in value immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE���I AM AUTHORIZED
to offer a large block of shares in
Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock corporation, at one-tenth of
par value, viz: Ten dollar a share
will accept for quick deal half cash
income real estate, first mortgages,
GOOD acreage in Surrey and Langley,
$50 an acre up.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
70S Columbia Street.
LIBERAL CONVENTION
A convention representing the Lib
erals of British Columbia will be held
in the city of Vancouver commencing
Aug. 30, 1911.
Each provincial  constituency ls en
titled to send ten delegates for each
member  which  such  constituency  is
entitled to elect to the legislature.
C. J. McINTOSH,
Secretary.
JOHN OLIVER,
President.
Sheriffs Sale
Province of British Columbia, County
of Westminster.
To Wit: U
Under and by virtue of a rwit of
11 fa to me directed and delivered
against the goods and chattels of W.
Beadle at the suit o f Montelius Piano
House, Limited, I have seized and
well sell at Vidal's warehouse. Thomp-
bonds or other good security; am | son block, Columbia street, New West-
retiring from active business, hence | minster, on Wednesday, the 5th day
it contrib | was accounted a good play 25'
uted an enormous amount of silver to. years ago, as far back'as 1880, when1
Its owners and then to the crown of I it had its Initial performance at the
Spain is borne out by musty Spanish j Boston theatre and made the most
records that are still on file ln the j telling success ever scored by a new
archives of the original state Coah-! production   in   Boston.      Year  after
year since then it has repeated that
success, and it has even improved
with age. Little melodramatic
touches and effects have been eliminated until now there Is more natural
wit and humor ln the dialogue and
more genuine touches of pathos and
sentiment than ever before. It is
old, yet ever new, and it is absolutely
true to the New England country life
which it represents. In Joshua Whit-
comb, the central figure of that circle of familiar rustic types, we have
I to welcome a perfect representative
uila at Monclova, Mexico, as well as
ln the government offices at Madrid.
Herder Finds It.
While a sheep herder was making
his way through the hills about twenty miles northeast of Llano recently
he came upon a deep ravine which he
entered, and In a spirit of adventure
began to explore. It brought him out
a short distance from the^ point where
he entered and while making his way
along the brow of the hill he came upon the opening of a cavern. He entered and had gone only a few feet ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
when he came upon a pile of human' of the best and broadest "type of hu
hones. manity,  a prosperous,   warm-hearted,
The herder lost no time in getting peace-loving, God-fearing Yankee faraway from the  spot.    He told  John   mer.    And   associated  with  him  we
Chism, a merchant of Llano, of his | shall find, as of old, those other delightful   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Perkins,  Happy  Jack, Aunt Matilda,
Eb Ganzey and Rickety Ann.
There was nothing
very peculiar about that part of his
work, but underneath the removed
section of skull was a discolored
patch of brain tissue, and to get this
out was a task calling for great skill
and delicacy.
But Dr. Slattery got lt out without
Injuring any of the adjacent healthy
put in the usual silver plate
to  replace  the  removed   bone,   and
then awaited results.
Ab soon as Mrs. Bard was able to
leave the hospital, which was a few
New Haven, June ii,���For several
mouths the life of Mrs. M. M. Bard,
of Cleveland, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Junglass, here, has
been threatened by peculiar mental
and nervous attacks, the former, on tissues;
one hand, causing her almost li resistible impulses to do herself bodily
harm, and the later almost killing her j
by their severity. .^bbbbbbbm-- ^^^m
Thanks to a rare and delicate oper- days ago. it was discovered that all
ation performed by Dr. .Morris Slat- her delusions were gone. She played
tery at St. Raphael's hospital, tho normally, loved the water, didn't fear
woman now ls perfectly well and nlBh places and had no more ner-
healthy and her friends are extolling j vous attacks,
the surgeon's work as almost a mlr- ������������______
aC��      v,    a i. *m��     . ,u    SENATOR   GIVES
-JMrs. Bard has a fall a few months BLOOD FOR WIFE
ago, which Jarred her head and pro-1 __^_
duced  severe headaches, but lt was
not taken seriously.    But soon after-1    Washington,      June      27. ���United
discovery. Mr. Chism went to the
place and came upon six bars of silver ore lying outside the entrance
to the cave. He had been interested
for a long time ln stories of the lost
San Saba mine, and this discovery
led him to believe that he had found
the clew.    He spent several days in
ward she began to act peculiarly She I stateg Senator Luke Lea, of Tennes-
is an accomplished  pianist, and she . ..     ,,,      ... . ,
achieved a passion for sitting for 8ee- t0 Bave the Ilfe of hl8 8trlcken
hours at her instrument, playing��� wlfe> heroiclally sacrifled a quart of
though with no skill whatever and In his blood at Georgetown hospital yes-
all sorts of discords���for long terday, and today hope for Mrs. Lea's
stretches, day or night. I recovery,   which   had   almost   been
Water Caused Great Fear. I abandoned, Is practically assured. The
Always fond of aquatics, her   ner-' young senator, as he Ilea near   the
vous state would  not permit her to  bedside of his wife, is   recuperating
look at either the river or the sound  bis strength,
without paroxysms of fear.     On her I     Mrs.   Lea's  condition,   serious   for
���a,   no   ui    uiu.   muoo   "i u ci    uc- I., ..... I .. ., ���
characters   Cy   Prime   Seth 0UtlnBs she had to be kept away from sometime,  became alarming on Sun-
neighborhoods  In  which   she    might day after an operation.   Her strength,
see the water.        '                                I because of lackof blood, was gone and
She had  been  fond   of mountains vitality was fast ebbing away.    Sen-
and high places but now she could not ator Lee, upon learning of her condl-
bear to look out of even   a second- tlon, demanded tha ta transfusion op-
story  window.    And  she had to   be eratlon   be  performed,  and  prepared
������                           | watched constantly because, she said at once   to submit to the ordeal.   Al-
Montreal, June 27.���The skin graft- Impulses to Injure herself came with tending    physicians    and     surgeons
8KIN FROM SEVENTEEN
GIVEN TO PATIENT
making a careful search of other parts, ^^bbbb^^^^^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^h^ *.*���***
of the  ravine and  says   his   efforts inS operation on a large scale, which  such strength that she could barely  made arrangements immediately, and
were finally rewarded. ^^^^^^^
Entrance Covered.
He was climbing through dense underbrush to gain the top of the ravine
when he found the almost obliterated
entrance to a mine. He has made a
partial exploration of the workings,
which seem to be very extensive. He
brought out and has now on exhibition ln Llano samples of ore which
show native sliver running through it.
was performed on William Thomas at overcome them.
this    sacrifice.      Address
Daily News office.
Box    T, | of Jul.y 1911, at eleven o'clock in the | That he got this ore from the cave
J forenoon, the following, or sufficient
J thereof to satisfy the Judgment debt
FOR   SALE���GOOD   SOUND   TEAM and costs herein:
of horses, 3200 lbs., 9 and 10 years ONE BELL PIANO
old, working every day, wagon and      Terms of Sale���$50.00 cash, balance
harness;   will  sell  for $650.      Box J $15.00 per month,  with interest pay-
26, Daily News.
FOR SALE���BRAND NEW ENG-
Iish kit bag, at Vldal's warehouses;
cost price.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 713 Trew street.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chap-
roan, room 2, third floor.	
I able quarterly at 7 per cent., secured
I by lien note on piano.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
New Westminster, June 28th, 1911.
TO     RENT-FURNISHED     ROOMS,
S'-i.OO pwr w����lfc.     Knvly Traup block.
TO KBSNT ��� GOOD FURNtSHEI>l
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal |
avenue.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
SEE McELROY
(or sewer connections
'Phone R672
men agree who were with him at the
time he gathered the samples. He al
so has on exhibition here the bars of
silver bullion that were picked up
outside the cavern. These bars are
of the size that was common in the
early days of Spanish mining.
Pursuing their lnvesigations further Mr. Chism and others have found
the ruins of primitive smelting works
in tbe ravine a short distance from
the mine. Surrounding them are
dumps of tailings from the ore which
the General hospital about two
months ago, has at last proved itself
to be very successful. With the patient walking about the ward, there
can be not much doubt of its satisfactory output. Seventeen strong
healthy men of the Epidermis Supply
society gave several square inches
apiece to cover about 100 square
inches of the patient's back which
had been burned. Nearly all of the
grafted skin "took," and the new epl-
demls after some time, came up like
grass. Mr. Thomas will remain in the
hospital for some little while yet, to
allow his skin to completely heal. Of
the men who so generously supplied
the necessary skin, the greater part
had their bandages off in less than
three weeks.
Dr. Slattery a few days ago exam-
the operation which followed was declared to have been   very successful.
NA-DRU-CO
DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
' stomach and heartbum-
a���tet your stomach righl
a box at all druggist*'.
lfl A Chemical Co. of Cs
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractor*
Westminster T'utt   Building.
I
OPERA HOUSE
HECTOR  MeCAlO,  M��
FOR RENT-GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia street.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
fl, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26  H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle. i
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   S3.
Tenth  St.,  New   Westminster.
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Capital paid up   $0,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
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Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
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00 all the principal Towns und
Cities in the World.
���These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
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Estimates given on any kind of job
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NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
Business |Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
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Savings Bank Dspertment��� Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
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Phone  661. Box  772
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Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office: Princess 8t
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
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Transfer Co.
offloa 'Phone in.     Barn 'Phone 1OT
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   2a
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 28
Twenty-Fifth Season
Denman Thompson's Celebrated Play
The Original
kTk
e
ou
Homestead
The Famous Double Quaitette. The Palms. ��� The Great Church Choir
A Perfect Cast. Complete Scenic Production. All the Favorites.
Just as Played in New York over 3 years.
Direction of Mr. Franklin Thompson.
Prices,   50   cts.   to   $1.50
Seat Sale, McKenzle's Pharmacy J
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Alteration
Sale
FOR
DAYS
y.
Commencing Today and Ending July 10th.
While contractors are putting in our new front we are
offering some very special bargains in MEN'S WEAR
Special Value
In Men's
Three - Piece
SUITS
Some specially fine worsted <�� 1 A f\CT
Suits, $25.00 values for      . 4> * HwD
11.95
A few odd lines, fancy grey
worsteds, $20.00 values for
Some fine Tweed  Suits,
$18.00 values for
Line of Tweeds to clear;
$15.00 values for
11.95
9.95
T
wo
-Pi
lece
SUMMER
SUITS
Extra  Value
Half-lined   coat and cuff- (tl ^ tL(\
pant Suits,$l 8.00 values for tyLO.Jl)
Cool unlined summer suits,
$16.00 values tor
Cool unlined summer suits,
$12.00 values for
Cool unlined summer suits,
$10.00 values for
9.40
7.50
Hats $1.50
Soft and Stiff Felt
Hats; good value
at $2.50 and $3.00
Sale Price $1.50
I
Odd Lines in Men's   Straw
Hats, worth $1.50 to $2.50
Sale price, 50 cts.
95c. SHIRTS
Great values in Negligee Shirts,
worth $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75., to
clear at      ...      95 cts.
These are exceptional value
Men's Odd
Trousers
100 pairs of Men's Odd Pants;
values up to |3.00; to clear Ht.
per pair $1.60
Hosiery   Values
Fancy Lisle and Cottot Had
Hose; regular 50c lines: to
clear 35c or 3 pal:B for .'.$1.00
Special Fancy Cotton Hos*; 3
pair for  50c
BOYS'
Three-Piece
SUITS
There are 'about 80 of these Fine
Tweed Suits, ranging in value from
$6.50 to $9.00.   To clear at . .$3.50
$3.50
THE SUIT
CHILDREN'S BUSTER SUITS; a full range of these in sizes
from 3 to 8 years; Clearing price the Suit $3.00.
This Is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss.
MM
Reid & McDonald
The Store of Satisfaction
New Westminster, PAGE FOlTR
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.    "*
Tiie uaiiy News
~r
Published by The Dally News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
said by authorities to be one of the
best comedies of the immortal
dramatist, deserved well of local
lovers of the art. Miss Witter, in the
role of Viola, charmingly Tilled thu
difficult part, wMle Sebastian, the
twin brother, was acted in a manner
,,,.]    ��.' Miss Amv Witter, of  \ an-   every conceivable purpose   while the   graceful novelty, but as a dance it is
couver    The production of this play, j newest device, that   of affixing   th<j   more difficult than it seems.
cones gives a maDBab�� treat |     A  disadvantage   is that  the   staircase ls curved and has a kind of land-
up.    This  half landing
has to be taken in one step, Just like
rubber ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ment at one's own fireside    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
There were sceptics present yester-1 ins half way
day during the demonstrations    who
were scared of the    electric    shocks,
but these never came simply because
the careful treatment each piece   ol
which left no doubt that the role was  mechanism goes through before being
taken by a clever actress, Miss Uirdie | placed  on tne  market ensures abso
E.A.Paige Managing Director j McPhee. | lute  safety  against  what  sometimes
In a performance ef this kind where  does happen by using inferior brands
all the parts were taken by members j    For the sum of three cents per hou;
of the gentler sex, it must be no easy  using the ordinary electrical lightning
manner to fill the bill to perfection,   bracket,  work  can  be  done  at    e.v
but last night nothing but praise coufd  press speed and not only so, but bet-
be offered to the band of Thespians   ter and without raising the faintest
who acted the respective characters.
A particularly pleasing feature of the
! performance  was  the    rendition    of
j musical  scores  by   Miss  Annie  Loc-
I heed.    Miss Currie presided at    the
piano.
the ordinary steps of a staircase a lit
tie lower down. The music allows
you only the same time, and dancers
will appreciate what this means. Each
tread or step of the staircase has to
be taken to one bar of music.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
CITY  AFFAIRS.
which:
Among the various matters
occupied the attention of the City
Council on Monday evening the discussion and decision in regard to the
appointment of an auditor was the
most important. We repeat that we
are glad the Council is going to
throw   this  Important  position   open
DUNKLEY VACUUM CLEANER.
suspicion of dust,^^^^^^^^^^^^
Demonstrations will be held at the
Russell hotel all week and tliose who
have work of this nature to do will
be assured satisfaction if a visit is
made to Demonstrator Keeley, who is
in charge of the appliances.
STAIRCASE
Successful
Given   at
London, June 27.���During the last
year or two all light operas that
come out of Vienna have been "made"
by waltzers. Nearly the whole civi-
lizer world ls familiar with the waltz
of "The Merry Widow," and "The
Waltz Dream," as its name signifies,
_ contributed   'something   novel   in   a
t0 and thus early "it-is no secret; to state *^torJ,al 5?DB!' ,but it remained for
^^^^^      Demonstration    ^^^^^
Russell Hotel.
Yesterday    the    special    suite    of
rooms engaged by the representatives
of the Dunkley vacuum cleaner, "the
cleaner that cleans,"   were   beseiged
^a .  . ,. _ all day when expositions of the work
to public competition, and hope the done  by  th,g    wonderful    invention
result of this may be the discovery | were shown to householders and pro
of a thoroughly competent and trust- prietors of large stores of this city
worthy official, who will be abl^
....     ,.,��� ._ ___   mai me Baies nave Deen larger man
keep the accounts of the city in pro- anflclliatP(,  hv the demonstrators.
per order. But we are bound to say | jt lg difficult after seeing this
that the offer of such a miserable wonderful machinery to name any-
salary as fifty dollars per month for .thing 'n the cleaning line which can-
ST, . .  ��� ������������,,��  ������ tn not be accomplished by the Dunkley
this  post  does not  encourage  us to  fmm  e]eanlng   (and    (noroughIv    ayt
expect that the best    man    will    be that) carpetg( to dusting flicks oft   a
found.    We  cannot   understand   why j Sunday   suit.   There   are brushes of
the  council  should  be  so mean    in
this  respect,. and  shut out the  possibility of securing a good offieer by
WALTZ
LONDON'S
LATEST
offering a remuneration that is only
an inducement to indulge in speculation and graft.
It is a little amusing    to see    the
high ground taken by the friends   of
Moses  B.  Cotsworth, and  their  suggestion that it would be beneath the
dignity of that individual to become
a candidate for    the    position.    W'e
quite fail to see why Mr. Cotsworth
should be placed upon a pelestal, and
his reputation and position be    considered to be endangered by his becoming   a candidate.   It   cannot   be
said that the amount of the salary has
anything to do with this, because the
Mayor stated that this same high and
mighty person, whose    dignity    ia of
such consequence, and who demanded
and  received forty  dollars per dijm
at the commencement of bis original
appointment, is now engaged as clerical assistant ln the City Hall at flfty
dollars per month.   But whatever may
-be  the   reason   for   this   tender   susceptibility, it is perhaps just as well
that Mr.  Cotsworth should not be a
candidate for the auditorshlp, because
his chances of being appointed to the
post are not of the best.    Both  the
Council and the ratepayers have had
enough of the Cotsworth   system   to
last them for a long while.
As to the employment-of the ex-
auditor upon clerical work it would
be interesting to know how and by
whom   Uila   was   authorised,     lt   was
.   evident    t.tia.1    line    Mayor's    announcement   ot   Vhls   was   a  surprise   to     tho
Council. Our impression is that it
was given out not very long since thai
all the departments at the City Hall
were well ancl sufficiently staffed. To
disco', er now that it has been found
necestary to impress the services of
& perron who rated his ability as the
highest and his worth at fqrty dollars
per diem, at the very modest reward
of fifty dollars per month is���well,
this really is an indignity.
It is gratifying to learn that the
development of our market continues,
and that in consequence of steadily
increasing patronage it has become
necessary to make addition to the
stabling accommodation. It is somewhat unfortunate, however, that owing to the possible erection of a n-jw
City Hall over this site the provision
-of new stabling will have to be deferred.
The City Hall translation project
has, of course, been on the tapis for
-a good wliile now, lt is so long indeed
���that ii seemed as if this woul.l never
set beyond the project stage, lt Is
Interesting, therefore, to learn from
His Worship that there is now a likelihood of a by-law being submitted to
authorize the actual realization of
the proposal, That the city needs
more ample and improved civic headquarters there can be no question, and
there i.s little doubt that when the
proposal is put before them it will, if
of a tatisfactory character, receive
the approval of the general body of
ratepayers.
The Count of Lunembourg," London's latest comic opera success, to
introduce what is unique, the staircase waltz.
In this latest exemplification of the
poetry of motion from the city of the
beautiful Blue Danube, Mr. Bertram
Wallis. with Miss Lily Elsie, glides I
up a golden staircase in Herr Franz
lehar's   success.      It  ls   certainly   a '
Mass Meeting
of Liberals
Under Auspices of New Westminster
Liberal  Association
A mass meeting of Liberals of this
city and district will be held in St.
Patrick's hall, Blackwood street,
THURSDAY EVENING
JULY 6
at Eight O'clock.
The meeting will be addressed by
Hon. William Templeman, M.P.
Dr. Clark, M.P.
J. W. Weart, Esq., Liberal candidate
George Kennedy, Esq., President of
Liberal Association; and others.
The chief national questions of the
day will be discussed. AdmissTon free.
Another day's work has been ac-
^jBomplished on McKenzie street. Well
done; we may be able to cross the
Street by next Christmas. Let us re-
; -jnentber that the work was only
started last December and be thankful.       ,
MISS AMY WITTER APPEARS
IM "TWELFTH NIGHT"
*'
Owinf; to the short notice of   their
Visit being  given,  th-- attendance    at
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.  **g&B sniall,--lfo small  it   was    distress-
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
THE DAfLY NEWS.
PAGE OTB.
GRUMPY REJECTS
TEMPTING OffER
GORDON SPRING NAME8 PROHIBI-
TIVE PRICE TO TORONTO-
WILL STAY BY CHAMPIONS-
DECISION WELCOMED.
���"Thompson, Toronto   Lacrosse   club,
Toronto.
"Will  accept  $5000 and. expenses
for the remainder of the season.
"Gordon Spring, Westminster, B.C."
In the above briefly worded    telegram, Grumpy Spring Bhowed that he
is above approaching.   Yesterday the
local lacrosse fans read the exclusive
message which appeared In the Dally
News,  and  the  Vancouver   News-Advertiser, and wondered lf our famous
little home player would accept   the
TWO REEEREES ARE
NAMED EOR SATURDAY
WHISTLE8 WILL BE HANDLED BY
W. E. DITCHBURN AND T. D.
CU8HECK���WILL HAVE UNIVERSAL APPROVAL.
��� i
W. E. Ditchburn and T. D. Cusheck,
further   descriptions    of   the   hiding greeted with cheers by the many peo-
place, and still  further proof   is al- pie who witnessed the entire affair,
legedto have been found in the frag-     The    men    in    the    auto    utterel
ment known as the book of Jesu ben  threats of having the big officer dis-
lyt'&k. | missed.    The owner of th? car gave
Vaulable Treasure. | the  name of   Lawrence   Wedca   and
Any  description   of  the   supposed  said he hailed from a little town   ln
contents ot the secret chamber would Idaho.   He had six companions ln the
be impossible, but It was understood  car.
that the  treasure alone to  be  found ' ���
there would be worth several millions I .... :.". ..   __.  _.___
of  pounds.    Jesu  ben   Syraks   book!        wonderful egg eater.
states   very   definitely   that  the  con-i 	
tents of the hiding place certainly in- 8an Francisco, Cal., June 27.���
elude the table of tie laws, hi iden Breaking eggs as fast as they were
there  untll  the coming  of the  Mes-' handed to him and gulping their con-
t'iJn' JLrH?nU��.n!I,UrHCt,CfH5:C.ri^�� " a rate of one in three sec-
tain, according to the cipher, that the!      ,    ������ ,   ��� .        /T.      ......
both bt Victoria, were yesterday "ecret place contains treasures of al-1 ondB- Nlck Vo,z- a butcher, last night
evening appointed referees for the most Incalculable worth, as well as swallowed fifty-four eggs ln 186 sec-
Westminster vs. Vancouver league manuscripts and archives of the very onds, thereby rebutting the statement
championship match at Vancouver.      , highest scientific value.    Included in of a weU kn0Wn   physician   that   lt
Thus ls cleared away any local feel �����, c'Pher ls ��� e�������. "Blxty and six ��� .
lng which has existed In the past ���d; _��n ���? authorized persons who:c��"!,i not be done ^0,,/ KOt ""��� egKS
matches this season when the cham
Monevto Loan
may attempt   to   disclose the secret and $100 to boot
plons and near champions were wag Ichamber.   _���..���'���'. I    Several days ago Abe Shapiro, the
..    .....     ��___   ' Beginning   Work.
lng the battles for supremacy.
The decision    to   reintroduce
tbe
I    In  August,   1909,  the   first   rxcava-
double referee system was made at i.tlonB were be*un ln t,le latest se
J proprietor of a butcher shop, offered
to bet  Leo  Sanders  $100 that   Volz
^���^-*7T������"sZ\��� and~un7eV\ar,ou;;uVte7f;g7s|could  devour  flfty-four eggs   In   six
held yesterday evening In the West | " to the real object of the expedition,  minutes.
minster club. The delegates from tho I The work has been continued since, Sanders sought advice of a doctor,
Terminal City club were Con Jones I but wlth certaln necessary interrup- and received what was to him satis-
Will Ellis, Harry Cowan, while C. A.'  tl0"8    . u , , factory d*U'      Then J16, *&L "P *��
Welsh, Pat Feeney, J. It. Agar and!. D'jpatchea received from Jerusa- wager and supplemented It by mak-
Nels Nelson represented the Westmln-:Iem '"* Ma>' set forth that the excev| ing a similar bet with Volz. After
ster club ���atorB ,lave found and carried  away I eating the eggs Volz took two drinks
The respective  managers    of    the . certaln treasureB hidden from the Ro-  of whisky and resumed work,
two teams, with Nels Nelson as presi I "��"��� *ben they sacked Jerusalem In
'A. D.  iO, including Solomons crown,
dent of the governing body, met in
secret conclave and their deliberations were announced later.
In making the official statement.
Manager Welsh voiced the opinion ot
all present when he remarked, "The
Westminster and Vancouver public,
the teams, and the respective clubs
feel that with referees on the field
who are members of the competing
teams that it Is not doing the right
thing. However Impartial a referee
so placed may be, there are always
doubts thrown upon his honesty ot
purpose. There will, we think, be
morp satisfaction all round by the
selection of outside officials to run
our matches. It has been decided
that In the match of Saturday each
referee will have equal rights."
sword and ring, aau. that with this
plunder they were on a yacht headed
for England.
Captain Parker said later in an Interview that all the antiquities discovered by the British syndicate had
been left in the hands of the Turkish
government. Just what treasures the
explorers discovered has not yet been
made known.
FURTHER EIGHT ON
FAMOUS CIPHER
DOCUMENTS WHICH GUIDED EXCAVATORS IN JERUSALEM-
SECRETS HIDDEN IN EZEKIEL
ANO BOOKS OF MOSES.
GORDON SPRING
Jerusalem, May 20.���Further light
has been shed on the secret cipher
which Is supposed to have led the
English syndicate, under Captain
Parker, to begin Its excavations underneath the Mosque of Omar at Jerusalem, a labor that resulted recently
in the unearthing of valuable Biblical
antiquities.       The  details    given   be-
capt aft.r th* bt,; a.m. on Saturday
next. Mime people even going to the
extent of declaring that this bad been
given them flrst hand, have all been
shattered by despatching the above
telegram.
Gordon is a player who stands by
himself In his especial position, and
he will be liked all the better for preferring to stand by his club when he
is most wanted. When an athlete is
asked to name his own sum and does
so. it shows that he is badly required.
Grumpy   has   had   offers   before,  and
INCENSED POLICEMAN
TEARS OFF AMERICAN FLAG
Automobile  Owners   Refused  to    Remove   Old   Glory���Officer   Seized
Bunting Himself.
Calgary, June 27.���Policeman Finlayson was the central figure in a
flag incident on Thursday, and also
the hero of hundreds of sympathetic
citizens who witnessed the whoie proceedings.
Finlayson was on duty at the corner of West First street and Eight
avenue. A party of four or flve in an
automobile decked out in a very decided manner with Stars an.l Stripes,
was making itself unusually conspicuous up and down the street. Thero
was not a sign of a Union Jack anywhere near or round about the car.
Policeman Finlayson did not like
the look of the thing, and more than
a hundred citizens who were watching proceedings. Had they been passing  around   quietly   without  making
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any   particular  show   of  themselves,
... -..       ,    ~~         I without any aggressive action, the po-1   v
*S_   '      piphw   ln   Taxta. I (iceman  and the citizens  wouM   not! the  terms  are  very  easy,  viz;    one-1
Biblical studies, found tracS of w��* I K��n ����   " *    *�� overlook ���! ������������.
he believed to be a very complicated |    And ln addition to that the poWce-i    �� you wish to smut* a lot In thla
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cipher which was ln part used ln the
Hebrew texts. He then tui ned his
attention to the Talmud and found
there, In the Book of Mischna, an indication that, hidden in the book of
Ezeklel and ln certain of Moses'
books, were valuable sacred secrets
which could be declared to no one.
In   his continued  research  he found
tomobile   was  going  a   little
than the law allows, and approached
the auto and began to talk about thej
speed regulations.    He says that they
defied him  to stop the car or in any)
way Interfere with the decorations.    I
When they swung Into view on the
Population  of Australia.
Melbourne, June 27.���The new een-
SNAP I   Cheapest.U��tM&����J
ness portion of the city; $15j
McQuarrie Rros ll $soo��cash; ba]a*ce * &*<* 2 years.
In the book of Ezeklel. In cipher,   a
these he has turned down cold. When I description of a secret hiding place In; sus returns give the Commonwealth
he sent off the telegram yesterday he  Jerusalem.   In order to check this In-: of Australia a population of 4.449,495,
named a figure which on the face of  formation,  Dr.  Juvelics  then   turned  against 3,773,801 in 1901
Phone  696.
622 Columbia street.
it Is prohibitive. It is a figure whicli
no club could afford tn pay���and
that Is just why Grumpy sent it. He
deserves well of the champions.
REGINAS WILL MEET
WEST   END   RIVALS
Now that every team in the lntT-
mediate league championship has
played every other team, what may
he termed the second half of th" season is begun. Tomorrow evening the
West End will endeavor to retrieve
tlieir laurels which they lost earlier
ln the season to the Heginas when
the ball is faced off at Queens park at
six o'clock. Eor the match under
notice the West Enders will have
George Sangster between the uprights. The result of the last meetltiN
wns In favor of the Heginas hy R-3,
but thi' losers of thnt engagement
have vowed such can never be chronicle 1 again, or they will know the reason why. Johnny Howard wlll be
asked to hold the whistle on this
occasion, and this alone should be a
treat   for the fans.
his attention to the books of Moses, | third time he ordered them  to stop
as a consequence of the hint in the and with a deft and swift movement,
Talmud  that  these  books   also  con- he  grasped   the  foreign   flag  in   his
tarnei   valuable   Information   in   the hand, tore it down, broke the   pole
same cipher, and bearing on the loca- across  his   knee,  tore   the   flag   to
tion of the hiding place.   Tn the book shreds and threw it on the street.
of  Deuteronomy  the  doctor   found The action  of the  policeman   wasf-
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Tuesday, June 27.
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At Victoria���Victoria 5, Tacoma 3.
Seattle-Portland game postponed
owing to rain. i
Arrangements have been completed
���whereby the members of the Queens
avenue Methodist church Sunday
school class will spend Dominion Day
at Blackie Spit. A special train has
been chartered, and this wlll leave
with a big contingent from the G. N.
N. R. station at eight o'clock. The
picnickers will leave on ths return
journey at six o'clock. As this new
seaside retreat has not yet been
set! led, there Is no store house on t
scale to scope with a big influx of
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28,  1911.
fmwm voting in daily i the 2nd. grand prize
NEWS BIO AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
All Candidates Are Getting Well Under Way and Great Campaign is Waxing Warmer |
���Contestants in Each District Showing Increased Activity���Three Thou-
sand Dollars in Prizes; Three for Each District���Just a
Little Effort on Part of Candidates Will Land a Prize.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Go's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jewelry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
Candidates In the Daily News Auto
Contest, every one of thera are doing
something more than simply sitting
up and taking notice.
There're buttling.
They're getting votes, clipping coupons, getting subscriptions. A glance
at the many votes polled during the
last few days, as shown by comparison of today's figures with those of
Monday's ls sufficient evidence that
the candidates are Improving every
opportunity to secure votes.
Are you, Miss Candidate, alive to
the exceptional opportunity offered
by the Dally News in their 13000 contest.
Has lt occurred to you that you can
make $1760 In the next few weeks?
Jf not, think It over and see how easy
It will be.
We are Just starting out in the contest and from now on the competition
will grow daily more spirited.
Make every day count for you.
Make every day yield its harvest of
votes. Don't be backward about asking your friends for votes. You may
be very sure of one thing; before this
contest ls over your friends are going
to give their support to some candidate. It is simply a question of whom
they will help, and in many cases the
support will be given to the candidate who gets there first. Many of
the contestants who are making a success have remarked the ease with
which subscriptions are secured. If
you are doubtful, try it.
Let people know that you are In
earnest, that you intend to win one
of the prizes and that you need their
help.
The fltntest Department will be
open every evening until nine o'clock
every evening from now on for the
benefit of those who cannot fall during the day time.
A  Prize for an  Effort. j
This is your opportunity to secure
one of thp eleven costly ami desirable  i
gifts absolutely free.   Nothing Is ever
gained by standing back and allaying  !
others to secure   the   prizes of   life. :
if ere    is    an    exceptional    offer    in   |
wliich   many   valuable   prizes   will   be
awarded to popular ladies strictly cn
their ambition and energy.
Miss Bell Hood     1660
Miss M.  Elley     1340
Miss Helen C. Day   8240
Mrs.  Poigndestre      3390
Miss Genevieve Drlscoll   6250
Miss Katie Muir   2870
Miss Hazel  Kenny     1210
Miss Vera Gilley    6640
Miss Winnie Keary    1260
Miss Marie Morrow    1200
Miss Lillian Jenkins    4420
Miss Ruby Fletcher   3200
Miss  Ruth Robinson     3400
Miss   Rogers     1680
Miss  Jennie  Bryson    1000
Miss Daisy Dawe    1670
Miss Kathleen We'sh   1850
Miss Naomi Rolph     5450
Mfss Adelaide Bllodeau  13170
Miss G.  Corrigan     1490
Mrs. Winnie Talt    15*00
Miss Evelyn Cunningham    17270
Miss C.  Boule     1640
Mrs. E. Thompson  4360
Mrs. C. S. Davles   6300
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Dally and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
Miss Pearl  Brlce,  Ladner    1160
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley  1240
Mrs. G. W. Sterling, Le Roche
Landing        1150
Mrs. Rai'linson. Langley    1000
Mrs. F. E. Herring, Fords Landing    1530
Miss Stewart, Fraser Mills  .... 1540
Miss    Kathleen    McBride,   Port j
Guichon   1400
Miss Katie Neilson, Soutb Vancouver   	
Miss Annie Hambrook, South
Vtncouver   	
Miss Rosy Phllcox, Mission  	
. Christie McGregor, Ladner  ....
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner..
i Miss Lily Burr, Ladner	
' Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner ..
I Miss Emma Chlddell, Ladner ..
j Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner.
I Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury.
Miss Lillian Cogglns, Sunbury..
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner	
Miss Editb Falk, Westham Island
Miss G. Dove, Nortb Vancouver
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Cbarles
l St,, Vancouver 	
Mrs. Kennedy, Eraser Mills	
, Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
I Ave. East, Vancouver	
Mrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam..
Miss Grace Morrison, Edmonds.
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W. T. McGlloray, Chilliwack
Huff, Chilliwack  	
Ethel McCabe, Chilliwack
K. Smith, Abbotsford ....
Effle Wooler, Abbotsford .
May Musgrave, Earl's Road
Gertrude Volgt, East Colllngwood   	
Miss Murray, Central Park  ....
Miss White, Port Kells 	
Miss    Mary    Peterman,    Fraser
Mills 	
Miss Martha Nelson, Coquitlam.
Miss Georgia McLean, Coquitlam
Miss   Eitzgeral:!.   Huntingdon...
Miss White, Cloverdale 	
Miss Hutchins,  Milner  	
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$3,000 Contest
IS AN UPRIGHT GRAND $500.00
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contestants   turn    in   their   subscriptions  each  day  iind  receive a  balloc
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the office of the Daily News will count for
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DESCRIPTION.
New improved scale wltb heavy Iron plate. Double veneered ln
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining pedal. Rolling fall, continuous hinges throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action.    Ivory keys.    7^   octaves.    Patent  noiseless   pedal
action. DIMENSIONS.
Height, 4 feet 6 inches. Width, 5 feet \% Inches. Depth, 2 feet 3 in.
This Piano was purchased from
The COLUMBIA PIANO Co.
425 Columbia Street.
VOTE COUPON
Good for Face Value in the
Standing of Candidates.
Nominations for the big automobile
contest are published below, and
show the growing interest in the
competition. Look them through, and
see if you cannot add that of a
friend.
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DAILY   NEWS  $3,000,00   [���-   Coupon  Count!!
8   10 VOTES
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST     J Good until June 30, 1911 .
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FOR MISS OR MRS	
Address	
DISTRICT NO	
Coupons must be in ballot box  before   expiration   date   and   trimmed
or they will  not  be counted.
District No. 1���All terrilory west, or
cast side of Sixth street, wiihln New
Westminster city limits.
Votes.
Miss Laura Lavery    4800
Miss   Ethel   Buckland  1150
Miss Brooks   3140
Miss   Frances   Cunningham   1140
Miss May KItson    1070
Miss Annie Tidy      1340
Miss Irene Eickhoff   1370
Miss Mary  Eastman     4650
)llss  Johnson     1220
Miss   Sangster      1000
Miss Anna Rupsell    1260
Mrs.  W.  E.  Fales    16100
Miss Ethel Ennis   3800
Miss Helen Shaw   11480
��Mrs.  E.  Sterling    1400
Mrs.   Thompson      1300
Miss Violet McGuffen   12760
Miss   Elizabeth   Orr  1240
Mrs. J. E. Insley  12760
Miss Olive Archibald   6350
Mrs. H. Collier     2780
Mrs.   L.   MacLean   3100
Miss   McAdam      1060
Mrs. Walter Thompson     1340
Clarice   Osborne       ] 200
Miss  Mabel  Purvis      1360
District No. 2���All territory east of
west side of Sixth street, Including
Bapperton. ,
Mis  Sinclair     12fio
Miss Hosana Heveridse   1620
Miss Florence  McLeod     1430
Vlss Florence Lord. Ladner   1000
Miss  Ruby   Kirkland,   Ladner...  1200
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The Prizes.
Eleven ln all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wl.l be
divided into the  three districts as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes ln the
three districts combined will be awarded the $1769 McLaughlin
Buick touring car, to be seen at T. A. Mulr's drug store, Columbia St.
The candidate receiving th* most votes in tbe remaining thiee
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchased
from tbe Columbia piano house and Is on display at their store, the
Walker block, 425 Columbia street.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of the district prizes.
The   Nine  District  Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from the Westminster Modern
Business college. They are good for eight months tuition and worth
$96 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased fro*n
Galloway & Lewis and can oe seen at their store, corner Fourth
and  Columbia streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford's Jewelry Btore on Columbia street.
The District.
In order to give every candidate an equal chance to become
the possessor of one of these valuable prizes the territory has been
divided into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of. Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits. *,
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District No 3���All territory covered by the Daily and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
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A corner ln the Commercial Room of the   Westminster   .Modern   Business College.
THE DAIL Y
NEWS will
GIVE AWAY
THREE
SCHOLAR
SHIPS
in tke Modern Business School as Prizes
in tneir $3,000 Contest on August 5.
The Departments:
iai
tuommercia
In our Commercial  Department    most    thorough    and    complete
courses are given in the following subjects:
Bookkeeping  (Junior, Intermediate  and  advanced), Auditing and
Accounting^
Commercial  Arithmetic.
Business Penmanship. ��� . l ���
Commercial  Law and Business Forms.
Rapid Calculation.
Plain  Practical  English   (spelling, capitalization, punctuation, etc
Business Letter Writing.
Shorthand
lng s0ubjecths��rthand Department lncludes thorough courses ln the follow-
Gregg Shorthand. ,
Penmanship.
Plain Practical English (see Com. Dept.).
iuSsSsSi j; *'. aili
Typewriting
subjects-TypewrUIng Dp*nartment includes   courses   ln   the   following
Touch Typewriting (on the three most important styles of TvDe.
writing Machines). ype
Penmanship
Plain Practical  English (see Com. Dept.),
Business Letter Writing, Invoicing and Billing,    Mimeographing
Letter Press Copying.
ffl f" A SATISFIED STUDENT IS OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT. *m ,
IfEONESDAY, JUNE 28, 191f.
lLAND DISTHICT���District of
���������Take notice that I, C. John-
jJH^Mooso  Jaw,    Saskatchewan,
i carpenter, Intends to apply
mission to purchase the    fol-
Prescribed lands:  Commencing
���t planted at the southeast side
south end ot Read Island and
i northeast coiner ot T. L. 37502
I weat 80 chains, thence north
rchains, thence    east    80 chains,
acv south    40 chains,   containing
acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-1 The cheque of the successful ten-
TRICT���District of New Westmln- derer will be held as security, or part
ster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry' security, for the due fulfilment of tho
Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation J contract to be entered Into
Brok��r    infonH��   *m  -���i.    ....
PAGE SEVEN.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice tbat I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner ot lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, tbence south SO
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point ot commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 6th, 1911.
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
 ..mm     tuW.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
 ___���-.,  mm-.ar ... uiocui *        Secretary,
lake, which  point Is    situate    about | Department of Railways and Canals
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
tbe northerly end ot the said Green1     (Newspapers   Inserting   this   adver-
lake,  thence  west  40 chains, thence I tisement without authority from the
south 40 chains, tbence east 40 chains I Department will not be paid for lt.)
more or iess to the shore of Green
lake, tbence  northerly following  the.
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22,  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 tbe southeast corner
of W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated Aprll 12th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mlle east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence nortb 80 cbalns, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District cl
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Oshorn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, Intend to apply    for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   ft
post planted  10 chains north of  the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
CO chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Districi o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Chrlsto-
j pher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
i cupation  broker, Intend  to apply  for
permission to purchase tbe following
lescrtbed   lands:     Commencing  at   t
let planted at the southwest corner
HP, L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
��ce north  20 chains, thence west
Ichalns,   thence  north    (0  chains,
|ce  east  60  cbalns, thence south
plains,   thence  east    20    chains,
south   40    chains,  containing
'es.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
April   16th,  1911.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence ln the Burnaby Division .of
New Westminster distiict
(a). The name, address and oc
cupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch
ing, Burijultlam, B. C. rancher.
(b). The name of tbe lake, stream
or source (If unnamed, the description ls)���Unnamed, running tbrough
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for Iln cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
le.The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic ram and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water Is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby. .
(g). The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner on the 14th day of July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. m.
(1).   Give tbe names and addresses
of  any  riparian   proprietors   or   11-
hose   lands   are
DESIGNS INVITED HERE
I   FOR AUSTRALIA'S CAPITAL
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Car Shops at Transcona,
Near Winnipeg, Man.
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe
undersigned, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Shops" will be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa untll 12 o'clock noon,
of tbe 11th day of July, 1911, for the
Comprehensive   Scheme   Sought    for
Yass-Canbarra   Site���Premiums
for Town  Planning.
Ottawa, June 27.-
INQUIRY IN IROQUOIS
WILL BEGIN THURSDAY
Investigation  in Charge of.   Mr. Jus.
tice  Martin���Boats Taken to
Victoria.
_ ... -Tbe Department] Victoria, June 27.���The formal ln-
of Public Works has received from vestlgation by Mr. Justice Martin, sit-
the Department of Home Affairs of .,������ _,,,,, ,_,��� ,,.,,ii>.i ..����.-_.,��� ���������
I-t_.ii. _ _��. . , . ����. ting with two nautical assessors, con-
Australia, a number of copies of tbe,        , ,
  - ~-"��m Information,   conditions   and   particu- cernln8  the  wreck   P steamer   Iro-
constructlon   and   erection   complete^ \ ittr, tot guidance In the preparation quols ofl  Sidney  on April 21st with
ln  accordance  with the    plans    and  ���f  ������m������.i.i��� i-ri_.  . ����.- *��������
.....      ...v yammv CUV.
specifications of the Commissioners,
of shops east of Winnipeg.
Plans, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr. Gordon Grant, Chief Engineer, Ottawa,
Ont., and Mr. S. R. Poulin, District
Engineer, St. Boniface, Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tbe printed forms supplied
by tbe Commissioners, which may be
had on application to Mr. W. J. Press" I .Fe,deral capital city Is located.   The
Mechanical Engineer, Ottawa, Ont.   "  ,nfo���*tlon  states that the   govern-
J LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
_it���Take notice that I, Agnes
ITof Calgary, Alberta, occupation
���i Tied woman, Intend to apply for
"permission to parchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
poet planted at tbe northeast ceraer
of lot 380, thence weat to chains,
thence north 80 ohalaa, thane* mt
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mlle east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,, OI iin>. nr anan
thence north 80 chains, thence west, censees who or ���u������c ,a���uo ���,��
80 chains, thence south 80 chalnB,'ukely to be affected by the proposed
thence east 80 chains to the point ot, woritB. either above or below the out-
commencement and containing 640 ]et_Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road, Bur-
acres more or less. nWA_       qultlam. B. Ci   Mr. White. Hamilton
A. L. DWAR,      road;   Mr.  Freeman    Bunting,    Gunn
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.  roaa
May 2, 1911.  c   E   COTCHING,
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS- Burquitlam, B.C.
TRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mlle east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80   chains,   thence   west   8 0  chains
Mechanical Engineer, Ottawa, Ont
Eacb tender must be signed and
sealed by all tbe parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of tbe Commissioners of tbe Transcontinental Railway
for the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars ($100,000).
Tbe cheque deposited by the party
  _���    ,,., ,^.ma.ar*x    H""������    ��"*    OIOUB/    OU    ApHl    21Bt    With
of  competitive designs  for the Fed- the loss of 21 lives will start at the
eral   Capital   city of   the   Common- court house on Thursday.   M.B.Jack-
wealth  of   Australia.    This  competl- .      I__.     . .     ..    _ _. ,
tlon 1. open to the world. I** wU1 act for the D���1"*��� 8<>vern-
The territory acquired by the Com- ment, H. W. R. Moore for the provln-
monwealth of Australia for tbe seat cial government, and M. H. A. Mc-
of government Is ln the district of Lean wm be present for the steam-
Yass-Canberra, ln the^state of New TTT ������������_, . �����___ _���_,k��� ����� ���t��
South Wales, and contains an area of 8b,p ownerB- A large num*er of: jf*"
about 900 square miles, and in this nesses have been summoned, majy *[f
district tbe suggested site for the, whom bave already given evidence at
���*-'--^^^^^^^^^~ four other enquiries, the flrst bf the
ment Invites designs for tbe laying
out of the Capital city, and will remunerate the authentic author or authors as follows: For tbe design
placed flrst, ��1750; second, ��750;
third, ��500.
The designs are to include a general plan drawn on the contour map;
geometrical plans and sections; suggested outlines of the more Important
public and other buildings; parks,
���.���   ���--������ con
whose tender IsTc~ce*nt~ed~Virf be"d�� PUbllC   and   ��ther   bul,dln��B: 'l
��s"7?ont^
General of Canada as security for tbe fS^the genera, de8*"    Th�� *����
c���U���etractd  ^corLPerf0rtHu   t^ 1B^��^�� 2fc ma'slTe
contract     according     to   Its   terms. ���,.,���., ,��� ,,,��� ,���������,,���_ ���, . j.��,
���.                              -                 ....                         ..                    ,_ glVen     tO     thfl      lnOJ��Mr��n      Af     nranrmmmlmam
Cheques deposited by parties whose
NOTICE  TO CREDITORS.
tenders are rejected wlll be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of tbe Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for lt.
coroner, tben at a preliminary enquiry, at tbe preliminary hearing of
tbe charge of manslaughter against
Capt. Sears, and again at tbe assizes,
where tbe captain of the lost steamer
was found not guilty by the Jury.
Tbe two lifeboats of the wrecked
steamer have been brought to Victoria, and are lying on the wharf of
the marine department. Tbe other
boat, In which the captain, engineer
and some deckhands went ashore'
without taking any passengers, ls not
badly broken.
The question   of the suitability of
this class of steamer in local   trade,
   m~m.B.. mum dc I tum emus oi steamer in local   trade,
given to the location of appropriate' which was gone into    thoroughly in
areas suitably  situated and embrae-lthe formal Investigation held recent-
Inir   alto,   tr***   n...   fmii i-_   '	
Notice Is hereby given tbat Letters
of Administration to tbe estate of
Elizabeth Ann Scott deceased intestate, late of Westminster Junction,
were granted by the Supreme Court
of British Columbia ln probate to
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robertt
_.           ..m..   ..    ,   Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all per-
thence north 80  chains   to   point of   sons having any claims or demands
commencement   and   containing   640  against the said Elizabeth Ann Scott
acres more or less
R.   B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,   Agent
May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster���Take notice tbat I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, thence 88 chains west, thence
80 chains north, theace 80 chains east,
theace 80 chains aeuth to point ot
eoauaaaoameat. aad containing 840
acres more or leas.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, Wll.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT���District  of  New  Westmln-
.  j ster.���Take   notice    that   I, Dorothy
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict, Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
of Coast���Take notice that I, George married woman, intend to apply fo'
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, oc- permission to purchase the following
cupation real estate, intends to apply  described lands:
for permission to purchase the fol- Commencing at a post planted aboJt
lowing described lands: Commencing one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
at a post planted southeast corner of: -p. L. 31562, thence    east 80 chains,
...      *        M1-U'      *l,r.r,r*Lt    nnrth    80    ChalnS.     ll,ci���..m    aarartL*    CA    ^hitna     thanna    n'ner
P0St    piHUlOU    BUUUHWh   maraamm.     ��� ,    1.     ij.     OAUO-,     IIICUUC        filHl     OU     IW.1U1.-1,
31792, thence north 80 chains, | thence north 80  chains, thence west
._.     CIA     ..!.*.<.,.,       tlicn/'a    KHIltll     10        O,*      ..)...!.,..        ll.........      mra.,.la      CA     mVamtmrn      im
at
T.      L.     mm'tmSL)     UieUCW     UUIU,     vv      ..���- ,,
tbence east 80 chains, thence south 10
= -��--    ~i,~..��     (h.iiMn    fallow-
tnence easi av cuama, uiu,,., . .. .
chains to lake shore, thence fellow-
lng lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coust���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation spinster, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T. L. 31792, thence west 80 chains,
"..     _l._i������      *h����na       QaSt
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, and containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON  BAY  RAILWAY.
thence south 80 chains, thence   ~��� -; ���
80_ chains, thenceforthf 80 ^halns^to; ��g.  ^ ~ -^-���- -^j--^--
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders  addressed    to    the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Rail-
will he received at this office,
point   of commencement,   containing
640 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April lfith, 1911.
of August, for a section of about 185
miles  from   Pas   Mission  to  Thicket
Portage.
Plans,   specifications   and   form   of
, contract to be  entered  Into can    be
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Distrlcl of   seen  on  and  after   Wednesday.   May
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,  James  31, at the office of the Chief Engineer
.   _      .. o������i,���t���������j Saskatche-1 of    the    Department    of    Railways
Intends    to  and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
 *.... tha   rat *lio fhtof  1,'nninepr  nf the  Hudson
who died at tbe City of New West
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are
required on or before the lst day of
July, 1911, to send by post prepaid
or te deliver to the undersigned solicitors of the said John Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators,
their names and addresses, and full
particulars in writing of their claims,
and statement of their accounts verified by statutory declaration, and the
nature of the securities, if any, held
by them.
And take notice that after the 1st
day of July, 1911, the said John Reece
Scott  and  Loftus   Robert  Scott will
proceed  to  distribute  the   aaseta  ef
the aald deceased among the persona
entitle* thereto, having  regard only
to  the   claims   ot   which   ther   ahall
then have had notice, and the   said
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robert
Scott,   administrators,   will     not    be
liable for any debts or liabilities ef
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott or which
they shall not    have    then received
notice.
Dated this Sth day of June. 1911.
WADE,    WHEALLER.    McQUARRlE
& MARTIN,
Solicitors for John  Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 106.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
ing sites for tbe following (some 35
are given, of which the principal ones
are): Houses of parliament, residence of the Governor General, residence of the Prime Minister, G. P. O.,
publle offices for eight state departments .courts of Justice, national art
gallery, state house, places of publ'c
worship, mint and city hall.
The   premlated   designs   shall   become the property of the government,
for Its unrestricted use. The com-, .. . , ��� _ ���_ _ . .
petltors will be bound only by the Montreal, June 27.-Tanned to a
conditions of competition. Designs J��M��r coI��',and ^e picture of heatth.
must be delivered (free of cost to the Fhom???n C,arke' of.Vanc?"ve&1!'Ih��
government) to the secretary, Depart- J��� rldfen ��" *a^ "?m ,the ffr,tls?
ment of Home Affairs, Melbourne, on I Columbia city to Montreal op a bl-
or before Jan. 31, 1912. The govern-1 W**. arrived here at noon today,
ment, by its own officers, will gWw-! *f vl,ng completed the flrtf. stage Of
feet to the adopted design. Copies of ?ls 'on* Jouraey from Vancouver to
the rules and conditions may be ob-1 TLondon , Hethhad pIann^ t0K ,beKi?
turned on application to the hon, *���**���*�� for  the, coronation,  but^bjd     a
ly concerning the loss of tbe steamer
Sechelt off Beecher Bay on March 24
last with all bands, will be considered. The -whole question of tbe use of
shelter deck steamers bas lately been
a matter of considerable discussion
In shipping circles. ***_/*\ ��l
 Fi9i1
COMPLETE8 JOURNEY ~ ,
ACR08S DOMINION
weatber prevented  him keeping   up .,   \
his schedule.
Without a cent in his pocket,   but
Minister of Publlc Works, Ottawa.
BIG INFLUX OF AMERICANS I       ��� - �����* ����� ""�� ��~����w    ��"'
TO CANADA THIS YEAR j with a supply of picture cards, from
_____ the sale of which he was able to de-
Ottawa, June 27.���W. J. White, su- rlve sufficient revenue to meet his
perintendent of Canadian Agencies in needs- clarke left Vancouver in Aprll
the United States, predicts that 150,-1last- and has taken Ju8t   over   two
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 ln
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
of tbe south half   of   section   18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property wlll be issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless ln the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or ln any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,   New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
All PACIFIC
V RMLWAY CO.
Special Rates
Dominion Day
July lst, 1911
Fare and one-third
for the round trip.
Outward dates June 20th and 30th,
July lst.   Return up to July 4th.
For rates and full information apply to
000 American settlers will cross the
border this year.
Mr. White, who has Just returned
from a tour of Inspection in the west,
estimates the wheat harvest at 200,-
000,000 to  225,000,000  bushels   on   a
months to complete the transcontinental Journey, the greater, part of
which was accomplished over the
tracks of the C. P. R.
Clarke, who Is the secretary of British   Columbia   Football    association,
ten million acreage. j carries a letter of introduction froto .���
This is an increase ln acreage of 30 ! Con Jones, the well-known lacrosse
per cent. The yield per acre Is ex-1 magnate, which he will present to
pected to be the best since 1887, the ac��ng Mayor Galvln at the City hall
bumper year ln  Western Canada.        today.
Sl  laiVU    IIUll^O    ...a.*.    .,    -,
,v  Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-1 of
wan, occupation broker, _taM�� ^ ^^^-���r^H^
,-. 'Tl...        I),ift,,-.w Wlnnlnno of n-Mcli
apt v for permission to purchase the  of the Chief Engineer of the
following described lands:  Commenc-  Bay   Railway,    Winnipeg,   at
lng at a  post planted  at the north-1 places  forms of   tender may
west corner  of the Green  Point  Indian reserve, thence west 40 chains.
which
be  ob-
Sl     piUIllCU      at      aaaa.     ma. ,    ,        	
��.aa(-  ���rner  of the Green  Point  In- talned. .
west corner  oi me u.e��   _    v|-_ ,     p^^ tenderlng  _,���  be ,.eqlllred
thence north  80
nCC   WeSt   *U   cutuuo, r*i ucb    tciiucnub     **..*   uo   .^M...,^
chains, thence  east  to accept the fair wages schedule pre
south 80    chains,: pared or to be prepared by the Do
40 chains, thence    ����   ..
containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 19th, 1911.
IJ..IV.1.       ar. .��       ��~        t 1        .J  ar	
partment of Labor,  which    schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors  are  requested  to  bear
ln mind, that tenders wlll not be con-
_______������������������   sldered  unless  made strictly ln    ac-
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS- j cordance with the printed forms, and
TRIST���District of New Westmln-1 In the case of firms, unless there are
ster   B C Take notice that Charles  attached   the   actual   signature,     the
Eveiyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C,[nature of the occupation, and place
occupation clerk, Intends to apply for | of residence of each member of the
permission to purchase the following  firm. .I 7
described lands: Commencing at a I An accepted bank cheque for tho
cost planted at northeast point of sum of $200,000.00 made payable to
unchartered Island, thence following the order of the Minister of Railway*
the shore to point of commencement, and Canals must accompany each ten-
containing three acres more or less, | der, which sum will be forfeited lf
miles   south   of   Pender | the party tendering declines entering
-.-,_..      T?,.mmnlm        nmA      atl/lllt   '   Inti,      raraml.nm.      tram      Ilar.      tiTtt-V        nf t l,.a
Ilbollt     tWO     miles    BOUVU    v*    rou��gi | tue   yaity   luuut-iiiif.   uvuiiuap   cm
Harbor at Point  Francis,  and about j Into  contract  for  tho  work,  at    tbe
150 feet southwest from lot 997, and ] rates stated in the offer submitted.
        - _      __,1 .      . .*m      Ira.      0700
H'.KI.      nuilmnv.,.     ..mm-      	
200 feet southeast from lot 2792
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER
May 29th, 1911.
The cheques thus sent In will be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
the crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance In fee from Farquhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson.
(c) 15th August, 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance In fee under power of sale
contained ln mortgage.
(d) 21st March, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
H. W. BRODIE,
A. G. P. A.
Vancouver.
E. GOULET.
Local Agent.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraaer River lt la a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleaeant rtde on the   ,. -_,   iavi
Fast Speed Launch mtSrM
The Schaake Machine Works, LU
New Westminster,  B. C. Phones   Lil7,   R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
314 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMIN8TER
Phone 567
B.C.
Screen Doors, Garden Hose
Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers.
The season is now open for these goods and we fyave
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. ''     '
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 7 and 8, Block 11, Steveston.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 7105A, Issued in
the name of John Herbert Turner has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westmla-
ster.-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase   the    following     described
lands' I **L   *'***'   CA*",<,l,vl1   *>*   vuv   luuiuu   num
Commencing at a post planted the date of the flrst publication here-
about one mile east or T. L. 32464, ��'- "L* dally newspaper published in
nnd two miles from Haslam Lake.! th�� C'ty ��f New Westminster, issue
thence east 80 chains, thence north * duplicate of the said certificate, un-
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, !e88 �� "J6 meantime valid objection
thence south 80 chains to the point of, be made t0 me ln "^"ML-.
commencement, and   containing   640 _. . ,   C.S. KEITH,
acres more or less. .     .  D D,,Bt,rlct ^l8tra:i of "ties.
J I DWAR Land  Registry   Office,   New  West-
Dtincan O'Hara, Agent. m,n8ter' BC- June 19th> Mi-
May 2, 1911.
Hand
i
! i e -i
MOH
The Latest Styles'in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin     JC1^R *
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B^.e] jp^   j
.3
.... ���,
To ensure delivery in time for yemr
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd|4
Sapperton, British Columbia    !���)"
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS. "^ENrs. ^KfiWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
���I
Do you
want to
swing!
We have
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
-��*�� *?
City
sm i*b 1OTH.SMI
at 5 o'clock. '   ^
*r      I
i i^jnaTi-rEO
Saturdays
9.30
Mrs. D. S. Curtis will not receive      The   magnificent   McLaughlin-Buick
again until the autumn ' I automobile, to be given away by thc
>",' j Dally News, Is to be seen in the win
For spring plants anfl cut flowers   dow at T   A   Muir-s drug stoie, Co
I phone Davies and Son, flo.Uts. Phone   iumbia street.    Full    particulars    on
\ page six. **
lnsnector Campbell, of the provln-l
cial police department, was    in    the'     A picnic at White Rock under   the
Roval Cltv yeBt rday on a visit ot in-  auspices  of  the  l'nited Brotherhood
spection from Vancouver ] of Carpenters will he Aeld on Satur-
I day next, July 1.   Tickets    80 cents.
The executive of the Local Council  Everybody    welcome.    Good    sports
ot Women will meet at the residence   g00a bathing. **
of Mrs. 11111 on Filday to deal with'
the provincial conference to be held      nepall.lng    neatly    and    promptly
| here In September, and arrange other   done by Jameg McMllllam at Sincialr-.,
~���tters. shoe store. *���
The Rev. Alsxander Dunn, who has -^���^���
visited the Holy Land, and has been ,
on the mission field in India, will address the  Women's Foreign  Mission
society  In  the  lecture  room of    St. |
Andrew's church this    evening,   and |
may be depended upon to give an in
teresting talk on his travels.
Blankets for the Camp
Best Values In All Grades
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
Don't forget the important auction ;
sale of the household effects of Mrs I
J. M. Kenny's, 417 Second street, at.
ten o'clock this morning.   T. J. Trapp,
auctioneer. ���*
William Williams, who pleaded not;
guilty to a charge of stealing a revolver and a bicycle from his father'3
house at Abbotsford ten days ago,
was found guilty yesterday at the
county court before Judge Howay,
and sentenced to eighteen month*
hard labor.
The Public
Supply Stores
PICNIC SEASON
Has Arrived
Sheriff T. J. Armstrong will leave
on Sunday night from Vancouver fo
an extended holiday to the east. Wltl
Mrs. and Miss Armstrong he wlll
join tho western party of Mystic
Shriners, who to the number of two
hundred, will travel cn a special train
from northwestein points for Rochester, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburg. Chicago, Omaha and other points
of interest.
Did you read the Duntley advertisement on page eight? **
Phone for the Duntley Pneumatic
Cleaner man.   Russell hotel, 379. ���*
All the butchers of the town are
closing from Friday night at ten
o'clock until Monday morning. Kindly order your meat accordingly.    **
INSURANCE
CHURNS
Reduced rate on Fraser Valley
branch to Chilliwack and way points
at regular single and one-third fair
for round trip June 30 and July 1 good
for return to July 2. This will she
the citizens of New Westminster an
opportunity to attend tbe Chilliwack
celebration. Good program of sports
also have been arranged. Ideal spots
for picnic parties along the line. Good
trout fishing is reported in the district���bring your rod  along.        *��
James McMilliam, the shoemaker,
late of Carnarvon aud McKenzie
streets, has removed to Sinclair's
shoe store, where ho will be glad to
see all his old customers. **
Save yourself the
"trouble and worry
of cooking for them
by taking along
some of our cold
sliced meats.
Jellied Veal
Ox Tongue
Chipped Beef
Cold Boiled Ham
and   many  other
lines, all sliced by
our perfect
machine; clean,
Tasty and Wholesome
We  are selling i c
our entire stock Ij!
oi Daisy churns ll
kt Cost I
Now is the time
to make your
purchase while
they are cheap.
James & McClughan
553 Front Street
We have just received a large
shipment of Blankets suitable
for camp use; in light and
dark greys, blues and reds,
in all sizes and weights, and
as for values we have never
offered better.
We invite you to inspect these
values and compare prices
with those asked elsewhere.
Dark Blue Blanket; made of a heavy wool and
cotton   mixture, one that will stand good hard use;
ordered   edge; exception good values:
6-pound   weight;  price, per pair  $2-75
7-pound   weight;  price, per pair  $3-50
Extra Dark Grey Blanket; heavy mixture. A special favorite at a low price. Full sizes; good
values   at:
8-pound   weight;  price, per pair   $4.50
ti-pound   weight;  price, per pair  $5.00
Real    Hudson Blanket  in   Scarlet;   3   point;    large
size.
Extra   Special Price,   per   pair    $7.00
Cotton Blankets; useful for camp sheets or covers.
We offer you exceptional good values. In grey and
white,   with   colored border.
10-4 size;   price,  per pair   $1.25
11-4   size:   price, per pair  $1.53
12-4   size;    price,  per pair    $1.75
Special Canadian Grey Blanket; heavy wool fleece
linish;   splendid quality at the price:
6-pound   weight; price per pair  $5.00
7-pound   weight;   price,  per pair    $6.00
OUR Special T. H. S. Blanket; guaranteed pure
wool. Heavy fleece finish and beautiful soft quality. Come in shades of grey, red and white. A
leader   at:
7-pound   weight; price, per pair  $7.50
Spound   weight;  price, per pair   $3.50
H-pound   weight; price, per pair  $9.50
10-pound   weight;  price, per pair   $10.50
RUGS   FOR   CAMP USE.
We are fortunate in securing a lot of traveller's
dimples at a big discount, so we are prepared to
give some startling bargains. All good colors and
patterns. Reversible plaid effects. Priced from
"li $2.75
"The Follies of 1912," the musical
comedy sensation of last season, will I
be the offering at the Westminster I
opera house on Friday night, wttlrl
\ Jeanie Fletcher and West and Vack 1
I in the cast. "The Follies" la a muiit \
l\ cal comedy in two acts, adapted trom l
l\ tUe  T?*T���snc\��,   anil   au   a  muilcat   Kem   it '
|\ has no equal. The company is one ot
the largest touring the west, there
being forty people In the cast. Jn
speaking of the production, the Seattle Times has this to say: "Miss
Jeanie Fletcher, prima donna soprano,
is not only Scotch, but ha.s a voice of
exceptional merit, and sings "Mv
Hero" in a manner which has not
been equalled In a theatre In Seattle
to the writer's knowledge."
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
>\
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving and
cloth brushes, face creams and
lotion sof all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc., etc.
AT
MDIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
BOHEMIAN
lis now under new management. Meala
Vat all hours, night and day.
Merchant's Dinner from 11.30
up to 8 o'clock; 25c.
The cafe is centrally located, being
opposite tbe C. P. R. station; also B.
C. E. II. station. Klectric cars running
to Vancouver, Chilliwack and Steveston leaving opposite the cafe.
LEW  LUND,  Proprietor.
Corner of Columbia and Eighth Sts.
BORN.
AUDAGH���ON    JUNE    25,    TO    MR.
and Mrs. II. V. Ardagh, a son.
Why
is the Ansco Film ln such high ptfblic
favor ? Because It has chromatic
balance (an ability to render color
tones in their correct value).
Why
Are the users of Cyko Papers so wei!
satisfied ? Because they secure prints
equal to those made by professional
photographers.
Why
Can we save you a nice figure on Roll
Film Cameras ? Because we handle
Independent lines not controlled *y a
price restricted plan.
Let us help you   In   your   photo
troubles.    We know the business.
Blackie Spit
The demand for lots at this high-class summer  resort has   exceeded our most sanguine expectations.
Many prominent Westminster people have secured lots and will erect
summer houses  there this year.
Ihe Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. 32 Sixth Street.
New Westminster,  B.C.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Only those who have visited Blackie Spit can appreciate its
many advantages. The unobstructed view from every lot, the wide
sandy bathing beach, safe boating, large lots, pure spring water,
available for every lot, and the transportation marks Blackie Spit
as an ideal seaside summer homeslte.
Prices Reasonable
Terms Moderate
For full particulars call or 'phone
T. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
���������������HHHBI
Interurban Time Table
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH. ���
Trains  leave   New   Weal minster for   Vancouver,   6,   5:46,   and   every
fifteen  minutes  thereafter  untll 11 p- m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains  leave   New   Westminster for   Vancouver  at   6,   7,   8   and   every
fifteen minutes until  11  p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   720   am
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNEWESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and every
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    0:00
a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and 0:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
'������S
,������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
;    Visit the Exhibit and
Demonstration of the
Duntley
Pneumatic
Cleaner
"The Cleaner that cleans"
Commencing Tuesday, June 27,11
and continuing for several days. |
RUSSELL HOTEL
| Room 3, ground floor, (just off the lobby)
New Westminster
i
Ask for the "Duntley1" Man
We have a competent cleaner with   us   who
take your orders for cleaning.
will
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