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 LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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pywieinent ef lueses.
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NEW  WESTMINBIEH. "
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.C.,  WEDNESDAY   MORNING,  JUNE   14,  1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT8.
HAS HELPED TO SING
ROOSEVELT TO OEEICE
BARITONE WITH HISTORY ACCOMPANIES THE 8ELL8-FLOTO
SHOW���HIS RELATIVE8 HAVE
PLAYED MANY PART8.
The man who assisted Teddy Rose-
velt to win his last election to the
presidency of the United States, and
who had also a big say in turning the
votes in some ot the doubtful centres
ln favor of McKinley was in Westminster yesterday with the Sells-
Floto circus, and ln the personage of
Bert Morphy, the "man who sings to
beat the hand," local lovers of patriotic Bongs heard tbis man who was
engaged by the national convention
of the Republican party to warble
well known Yankee song tunes set
to political words ln the McKinley
and Koosevelt campaigns.
A Dally News man who had met the
"beater of the band" In the States,"
yesterday renewed acquaintance with
this Jolly Irish-American, who as
those who were present at Moody
square can testify has a voice aud
range far in advance than anything
heard on this coast for years.
Morphy is a hard man to get talking, but like all sons of the Emerald
Isle, he is full of reminiscences and
funny stories when once he opens
out. Not only is this vocalist a famous man ln the States, but his family
record is a wonderful one, and be bas
ln his lineage some of the best of
the real Irish nobility.
Distinguished  Relatives.
For more than a generation the
members of his family have been
noted in different walks of life. His
mother was a sister of the famous
Sir Timothy O'Brien, while his father
was none less than Berna-d Morphy,
Queen's counsel who prosecuted on
behalf of the crown at tbe Phoenix
Park murder trial when Lord Frederick Cavendish and Under Secretary |
Burke were done to death in Dublin
in 1882, in the sight of the lord lieutenant, Earl Spencer.
Henry J. Morphy, a brother of the
vocaliBt, was a captain in tlie Second
battalion of the Hoyal Irish rifles during the South African campaign and
besides being mentioned thrice in
despatches, was decorated with the
highest distinction it ls in the power
of the Imperial government to give,
nunely, the Victoria Cross, for deeds
of valor performed during tbat trying
time.
Vet another brother, who now owns
the straits Settlement Times, waa a
member    of    the    exclusive    London
SMALL POX CONTACT
LOOSE IN PRISON CELL
Panic  Follows Discovery of Prisoner
Having Slept in Pest House-
Segregation Necessary.
Montreal. June 14.���A man named
Albert Anderson broke Into the small
pox hospital here, and covering himself with blankets, went off to sleep.
He was arrested, and was about to
be placed in the cells when the ex
traordinary circumstances became
known, and a panic ensued.
Permission to remove the prisoner:*
being refused, Anderson was segregated ln a dark room cellar.
Lonsdale Coming Up River.
The Canadian-Mexican Pacific
steamship Lonsdale, Captain Bates,
will enter the river tonight to load
lumber for Salina Cruz. When she
eventually clears for tbe Mexican
port the Lonsdale wlll carry a full
ship cargo amounting to over 3000
tons. During the past few days tbe
vessel has loaded a small general
cargo consisting principally of 260
rolls and 160 barrels of old copper
and 200 barrels of wadding consignei
to the United Kingdom, via the
Tehuantepec route. Before sailing
south the Lonsdale will load a shipment of coal at Vancouver island collieries.
CAPITAL COMBINATION
WITH SELLSFLOTO CONCERN
Circus   Delights   Two 'Big   Crowds���
Many Fine Acts Keep Audience
Expectant.
PHARMACEUTISTS
VISIT CITY TODAY
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE B. C.
ASSOCIATION HERE ��� A TRIP
THROUGH FRA8ER VALLEY-
DINNER IN THE EVENING.
Westminster will again today have
the opportunity of entertaining th-.*
B. C. Pharmaceutical association, as
It meets every third year in the
Royal City. A Westminster druggist,
F. J. MacKenzie, M.P.P., is president
for a second term, and will be in the
chair at the meetings today.
The semi-annual council meeting
has been called for the morning session, and ln the afternoon the annual
business meeting ls due. The business will be dealt with expeditiously,
as tbe delegates are due to leave on
the four o'clock B. C. E. R. car fo
SEAMEN'S STRIKE
TIES UP LINERS
THIRD YEAR PASS LISTS
INCLUDE TIVE LOCAL MEN
ANTWERP UNIONS 8UPPORT THE
MOVEMENT���8ERIOU8 DRAWBACK TO BU8INE88 AT SOUTHAMPTON���IMPORT LABOR.
Antwerp, June 14.���The    Seamen's
Weatminater Successes    in    Medicine
Course at McGill���Norman Brown
Seventh in Aggregate.
A local student, Norman Brown, ls
placed seventh in the honors in aggregate list of third year medicine
students at McGill  university.    Four
LIGHTING VALUATION
SAID TO BE INFLATED
union has posted a notice proclaiming j ZTul^* l5y.'���*.??* ���!*��.the
CRITICISM BY AUDITOR OF MUNICIPAL    PLANT ��� THREATEN8
- REPORT TO GOVERNMENT IF
SYSTEM  18 NOT MODIFIED.
Tbe city auditor, M. B. Cotsworth,
in tbe course of his supplementary report to the city council piesen,ed at
the meeting on Monday, says, after
dealing with tax sale balances:
"I submit that cases Uke the following should be prosecuted with the.
utmost vigor of the law as a deterrent
to others and in order that citizen*
may realize how this city has been,
during so many years, unjustly deprived of moneys due by persons who
avoided those Just debts, and by collusion or otherwise managed to retain
tbe most of that tax sold property de-
inster student is'.spite such sale: Husband owes to city,
���                  ,  .-         .  .- _ .   *,*A*m.m  J. P. Bllodeau, son of the proprietor t arrears $959.92, interest   $745.85,   or
president   who  wishes them  to see  promise, and demanded un immecnaio  nf tho mu,j,m** w_, >- ���
a strike, and inviting all to adhere.
This, with the action of the unions
at Southampton, seems to portend a
world wide strike of seamen, such as
has been foretold for some time.
Southampton, England, June 13.���
The long-tbieatened strike of the
Seamen's union bas been definitely
fixed to commence tomor: ow. .
The striking coal porters today re-! MacKenzie
-       - . " _ . Tho    rati*.
pass list, out of the 58 successful
Norman Brown is a son ot the late
Christopher Brown, of Boundary Bay,
and at the present time is on a trip
to the old country. The High school
is represented in A. S. Kirkland, and
Columbian college by C. H. Robson
and J. A. Smith. Both the latter have
been gaining practical dispensing experience with local d ugglsts for som';
years. Robson with Curtis & Co, and
Smith with H. Rya'l and later F. J.
Huntingdon, as the   guests    ot    thejjected theTmployers^proffered"com I , TjleD?,^hJeJ..}Vt*lm^t.tr. 8j"f_e��L-S
something of the fertile lands of the j increase in wages.
Fraser, and   of   portions   of his con
stituency at the same time.
In tbe evening the annual
wih be held at the Russell
about 60 guests sitting down.
The   coaling   of, ofJ^�� ^nd8.0!l!!0Ae.''.
dinner
hotel,
Catholic Foresters Meet.
Spokane, June 14.���With twenty-
two officers and delegates present
from Washington, Idaho and British
Columbia, the sixth bi-annual state
convention of the Catholic Order of
Foresters opened here yesterday
morning.
the American line steamer   St. Paul,!     The P<"s subjects they have been ' $146405'int��r����,t ti^Q- ��?  y'. ^ear*
which should have sailed last Satur-  successful in are physiology, pharmo-' a total of I��n7sn'��r ,L63;
day, ls proceeding slowly, and it is   coloS-v. bacteriology, pathology, cllni-|     "it i. fn., ,h:   '   ,    .,    ,
hoped that the vessel will get away' ~"  ���*���-'���   -��-�����  -���-���   ���**���-> '    - "- " Ior the counc"   ��0    decide
tomorrow. The Olympic, of the White
Star line,  which  expects to sail  to       General satisfaction will be felt that
so  large a representation  from  this
neighborhood is secured in the chief
medical school of the Dominion.
morrow
labor.
is coaling    with    imported
leal  medicine, clinical  surgery, clini-  whether *****    u,      ...,..'*-    	
cal chemistry and physical chemistry.  The defauRerB ^',rbli8\the "8t <*
 .     .. .    '. j tne aeraulters so far as they do not
23, in   accordance
Explosion at Chemical Works.
Albany, N. Y., June 13���Fire, which
destroyed the_building of the Albany
chemical works in the south end of
] the city this afternoon, reached
one of the tanks of the Texas Oil
company near and caused an explosion ln which several persons were
killed.
The   Sells-Floto  circus   camp,   saw j
and conquered yesterday���at two performances on Moody square, and to
day all Westminster and his wife are,
doubtless wondering how the manage-1
ment can afford    to show    such    a
galaxy of talent for "two bits." \
Afternoon and evening, the huge
tent was packed with humanity.
young and old, large and small. Par ]
ents invariably give It out when a
show of this nature comes to town
that they will go just to please the
kiddies. That's part of the blufl. and
It generally  goes down.
"Don't  ask  questlona.   Ethel,  can't
you  see  papa's  busy,'
parent yesterday
Boston, June 14.���The sscretary of
the International Seamen's union
says there is at present no prospect
of British seamen In American ports
going out on strike in sympathy with
their European colleagues.
FIGHT ON RECIPROCITY
BEGIN8 IN EARNEST
Washington, June 13.���The opening
battle ln the reciprocity fight began
in the United States senate this aftet-
,'noon, when four separate reports on
the bill were expected to be presented
by the finance committee. Chairman
Penross is ready to present the majority report, referring the bill a3
passed by the house, with Root's
amnedment, without recommendation. |
The minority reports were prepared
by La Follette, MeCumber and Williams. La FoIIette's report declares
that the measure is discriminatory in ���
------     --- ------ ifavv- of the  manufacturers and  un-
ment, giving to the federal govern-��fafr t0 the fa|.mer8. McCumber's re-
ment supervision of such elections port wjathlngly denounces the meas-
was adopted 45 to 44, the vice presi-, ure Williams' report represented the
dent casting the deciding ballot. The Democratic view and include! opposl-
house already has passed the reso- tlon to the Root amendment, with ap-
,u***        _    '       . ... ,   . * I? I ' M proval ot the bill as passed    hy    the
Senator Reed, of Missouri, protest-' hOUge. " ^
THOUSAND LIVES LOST
'      IN PITCHED BATTLE
On Arrival at American Port Details
Are   Available   of   Severe
Fighting.
DIRECT ELECTION  FAVORED
BY SENATORS THEMSELVES
Washington, June 13.���The senate
last night by 64 24. passed the resolution amending the constitution^ to
provide for the election of senators
by direct vote.    The Bristow amend
San Diego, Cal..   June 13.���Details
of the fall of Culiacan and Mazatlan
in the state of Sinolia are being told j	
here  today    by    Captain    Francisco  w'th $2593.40 for the undue rebate anl
Miranda an.l passengers    who    have
pay before June ^^^^^^^^^^^
with notices sent out to each���especially lf you forego interest to that
date���and then determine what steps
shall be taken to enforce payment.
"The other surcharges which the
councli on May 16 authorized me to
place in the city solicitor's hands for
collection, are in legal process to ensure early payment.
Two further cases call for your
special attention: First, tbat cf an
individual who under the plea or false
pretense that S. 12, lot 13, was to be
used for church purposes and the
proceeds of any saie therefrom were
to be applied for the benefit of the
church, obtained an undue rebate of
tax arrears amounting to $836.35 on
May 10, 1906, but eight months after
that date, as a private individual, soli
it for $3016.
"I have    surcharge:!    that    person
just arrived  on  the steamer  Bonito
Juarez.
No less than 1000 persons, according to Miranda, lost their lives in the
fall of Culiacan, which was accomplished by the rebels May 31. Many
of these, Miranda says, were women
and children who were without protection and were struck down by
stray bullets.   The attack upon Calia-
ulterior profit, with interest, whichi
you are hereby requested after due
enquiry to enfprce. Second: Surcharge for $673.21 has also been sent
to the institution for the arrears and
undeblted taxes due.
Collection of Arrears.
"I respectfully submit that subjects
to the sanction of the finance committee your treasurer    should    be    empowered to enforce the collection of
ZZ*S5m m-- KTJC"Cy ��ff2^J?<��!������
Time* editorial staff knd ~\*t*riZZZZ I �����"-���"��� *���***���****  -����� ���. *****��~w.,, ���.. _,������.���_ .���..���. ler payment ot the  arrears increaa-
sented   Randolph     Heart    newsn��^ih" af��"��aid, Ethel, queried papa as       An amendment hy  Benator  B,mn    taBt Ior at lea" a moma- 1 ���"������    �����-i "�� ���,����� ui vu�� ��������,. rB    ._ .     st to your treaa-
vndlcatc    ln    the l,,,,i.,^��32     to why lh* el��P����">t�� hive two tails.   In    qualifying    the    Brlatow    amend 1     ���,    ... ".  talorcements General Bandera order* i**������.
.n.iicaie in the Russian-Japanese | From the opening number by the I ment to prohibit federal ���n^virtnnl Wa��Wngton. June 13���The battle1 ed General Iturblde to advance on' Th* nece����Hy for the finance com-
uTse^uir^! "rstfco,re��I'ondent band, until the final two lap. race be-1 of electl^Tunle.. th"^SSmSS "nem in the *& ��Ter ^'P���^ *W��' the town tro��� the east While Z ?H���� "W��M���� ����" all amounts due
o? t hiin, it ,���T M .r��m tUe 8Ce"e, tween horses' everyone was on tip' ture refused or fai'ed to act was de ' Canada/*ere definitely drawn In the divided his force and commenced at- *�� *��� cU* be Promptly debited In the
��'  ' 'V w'^ErEUn.ey "*' ��W de���UrlnK ,hp F* thlng^ feated, 46 to��43.    The reso ultaT.   aV %���� Su.^SS^ChS���' ^ ^ ** * *** "* mOL   "       ' "^     ^  *  "  *****
amended,
64 to 24.
was  then   finally   adopted
before
gallon, and after a counsel of war
the singer was bought off Sousa's aggregation of stars and stumped the
country for the president, who is now
dead us the result of a villain's rash
act at Buffalo. I
Later  when   Koosevelt  put  up for |
his second  nomination,  Morphy, who
was sinking at  Idora park, Oakland.
California, received an invitation and
a large sum of money to go on the
plai form for the colonel, and the ex- I
president  lias written a letter whicli
Morphy treasures above all else, and i
which is to the effect that to him belongs  much  of  the  credit   in  many
centres where victory for the Repu'j- !
lican  banner did  not   seem  assured,'
until Morphy came along.
Morphy holds a unique place in tho
musical   world,  having  appeared    ini
every open air amusement centre in '
the States in  the pursuit of his pro- ;
fession.    Although he is solidly book-j
ed up with the Sells-Floto show un-
til  tho fall  of 1912, he hopes to  re-
turn   to  his   first   love,   the  platform '
where the breezes can carry his mag-!
nilicient voice to the farest corner,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ high
class order, antl the manner in which
the different acts were staffed was
proof that a system almost perfect
ln its working is still the principal
reason why Sells-Floto leads in amusements of this nature.
The merry band of clowns are. II
it is possible, hotter this year than in
previous visits to this city. Their byplay is clean and free from any sus-
nestlon of vulgarity, and the laughs
which followed their acts were awarded because of this important fact.
It is worthy of note that Bandmaster W. P. English, who is responsible for many original scores during
the performances, was a pupil of the
late R F. D'Arcy, of this city, who
gave him his flrst lesson when in San
Bernardino, California.
The usual street parade aroused
the keenest Interest during the fore
noon.
Ill* Ifonor Judcre Howay left yesterday afternoon for the sittings of
the court at Yale.
Penrose, of the finance committee,
reported the bill without recommenda
tlon. Favorable and adverse views
were enunciated by the senators, ani
the way made clear for a long discus
sion  in  open  session.
AMERICAN VESSEL SEIZED
FOR ILLEGAL FISHING
WOMEN WORKERS
WILL GATHER TODAVi
ANOTHER ACCMNI
TO GERMAN AVIATOR
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE OF
SOCIAL REFORMERS COMMENCES SESSIONS AT FORT
WILLIAM���MANY PROBLEMS.
The convention of the National
Council of Women, at which the
Westminster council will be represented by Mrs. McNaughton, opens its
sessions today at Fort William. Thi3
lady will reply to the official wei-
| come on behalf of the visitors.
BIPLANE FALLS OVER HUNDRED
FEET ��� AIRMAN INJURED ���
ATTEMPT TO CROSS APENNINES, i __    j
WILL   ENTERTAIN   DELEGATES.
I have received  information  that
I American boat, the J, R. Atwood
Preparations for the Provincial Con
ference in September.
A preliminary meeting of the Local
Council of Women executive waR held
lost evening at the residence of Mrs.
Hill to consider tbe arrangements
for the provincial conference in this
city on September 12 anl 13. The
principal details will be ln the hands
of Mrs. Day, of Victoria, aided by tho
local council. Three meetings are to
be held on the first day, and twr> on
the second. There will also be some
form of entertainment for the delegates, the nature of which has not
yet been decided. Kach of the five
councils In the province is entitled
to Rend seven delegates to the conference.
Ottawa.  June  14.���The  authorities!
the
I heen seized for illegal fishing within j
1 the territorial limits of the maritime
provinces.. The offence is said to b
j one of long continuance.
CLOSER UNION MOST
ESSENTIAL TO EMPIRE
There are twenty-live local councils in Canada, und the organiz&tfcm
is entirely undenominational.
Women from all parts oil Canada,
who devote their time and talents to
the cause of womunhood and thc betterment of the conditions of the less
fortunate members of their sex, will
Rome, June 13.���Frey, the German
aviator, started at 6:55 o'clock this
morning on the last stage of the j
Paris-Rome-Turin aeroplane race.
Several hours later, when no word
had been received from him some
anxiety for his safety was felt. He
planned to fly direct to Florence.
Frey is the only competitor in tho
race who has continued beyond this
city.
The rebels swept everything
them.
With their entry into CWiacan, the
insurrectos began to apply the torch
and to  blow  up with dynamite less
inflammable buildings."
j     After  two days of flghting Gover-
I nor Redo attempted to retreat toward
j Altalta with 300 federals."   They were
; intercepted, and    many    slain.    Tbe
j second   day  of   fighting-  at   Culiacan
, centred   about     the    church   of     the
I Sacred  Heart,   where almost   the en-��
tire population  had taken refuse.  Before the federals were finally  route I
from the church, 500 persons had been
killed.
Mazatlan capitulated to the rebels
June 2. General Justo Tirado captured the town without a shot being
fired.
Before they deserted   their   posts,
however. 300 criminal prisoners were :
executed by federal authorities.
When the Bonito Juarez left Mazatlan June 4, both places were quiet.
MEXICAN   CAPITAL   STILL
IN THROES OF EARTHQUAKE
Mexico City, June 13.���Another
severe earthquake shock today opened a new crater in the west side of
Mount Colima volcano, and both
���craters today   are   pouring forth flre
that I cannot be responsible for the
audit of any such accounts that are
not entered in the ledgers which
should pro.ide for such personal accounts.
Inflation  of  Electric Light System.
"I cannot feel justified in certifying:
the  $147,699.63  increase  in  valuation
as  correct  on  exhibit  one  published
with  the 1910 accounts, as  though t
have repeatedly applied  to the treasurer,  mayor and    otber    respons/bfe
parties tor particulars ot that extra-
' ordinary  increase,  no    details    have,
thus  far  been   received,  neither ha*
the treasurer ever had the necessary
details to record in the city's ledger.
This is so irregular and   unbusinesslike that 1 am in duty bound to direct
public attention to the dangers Of admitting  such  apparent   inflations    of
value as a precedent.
"So far as that sum includes the
capital outlay for street extensions'
which may have been erroneously
charged to revenue account during
previous years, such part transfers
j (less the cost of depreciation) might:
1 be considered as rightly increasing,
the capital outlay value of the ligWi-
ing system, but I respectfully submit
that that could not account for that
more than doubled increase in the accounted value of the lighting system,
which on January 1, 1910, was recorded at $139,090.02 only, and waa
increased by no less than $l47.69i>.(>:s
"     1910, through   that
latlve, educational and uplift work
for the. future. Discussions will bo
held with a view to placing the various projects upon such'a basis that
^^_^^_^^__^^_^^___^^_^_ application may be a_i/,e to the pro-
Sir Joseph Ward Makes Impassioned   vjucial legislatures and    the Domln-
' lon parliament for the introduction of
���|HB
Magdeburg,   Germany,   June    13.��� i
_   ___________________ The flrst serious accident of the nn-1
gather to discuss the progress of their! tlonal aviation circuit race occurred
order since their meeting ast year in here today when Kar, Mueiier. ln at-
Hallfax, and plan a campaign of legis-1 tem,)tlng a landing, fell with his bi-
Appeal for Greater Imperial
Unity.
London, June 14.���Sir Joseph Ward
premier of New Zealand, in the course
of an  impassioned    speech    at    the _   .     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Colonial Institute yesterday   evening,' the evening sessions, on Immigration
pleaded for the closer union of   the | with particular reference to the heln
new laws or the modification of old
laws, in keeping with the progressive
aims of the National council nnd for
the welfare of women and children
generally.
Miss Fitzglbbon, of Toronto, convenor of the committee on immigration, will give an address at one of
Home Investment Company.
In  speaking of the operations    of
tbe Canadian Home Investment com-
^">:.,:n.^ftffla-v'8 l88"e. it was not' Empire than could be brought about! that mav be extended to wo\en who
tha,   In  consequence  of    the   by  holding  an  Imperial    conference' come  to Canadil  from ft��S^ coun
once every four years. The system at tries, so that they mav be better pre-
present in vogue excluded 15,000.000 pared to face the problems that will
people from full Imperial citizenship. I confront them in this new land and
in the hour of national peril. Sir be better equipped for the bilnglng
Joseph declared that neither Great | up of their families to be good Cana
Hrttain or her children could stand | dlan citizens. Problems concerning
a one It was, he said, absolutely childhood will be the toph for diB
vital that closer union for defence be cussion at another of the evening
brought about. meetings
stated	
growth of their business In this nelgn |
borhood. It had been found necessary I
to open a branch office in room 4
Smith block, Columhla street, where'
a representative of the company will
be found at, any time to explain the |
plans and methods of the company.,
The office is in charge of W. W. Sut-1
tie, phone 945.
plane from a height of about 125 feet. I
Tbe aviator suffered a concussion  of!
the brain, but at the hospital to which
he was removed, it was thought that j
he would recover. ���
Lindpainter,      Keonlg,     Buechner,'
Laltsch and Wlttensteln, all of whom j
covered the flrst stages from Berlin
to  this  city  within   the   prescribed j
time, continued today on the   second ]
leg to Schwerin.    The distance from I
Magdeburg to Schwerin is 113 miles.
They were accompanied   by   Eugene
Welnczlers,  who,  howev\-,  had   not1
been able to complete the first stage i
of the flight.
anl lava.       _f
Lava and stones are rolling down ! on December 31
the mountain  into the valley, where  entry to which I herebv take exceu
Cludad Guzman is situated. | tion, as it appears unwatrantly to In
flate  the  Light  Department    assets-
and to that extent weakens the valuj
of that portion of the city's assets oi*
Schedule B, other parts of which an*
underestimated.
"Until  these details are    substantiated or that valuation of the Llght-
  |ng svstem Is .educed to accord with
-P  inference Dl.cus.es Q- ��%S�� S^S S& fiXfe
UNIFORMITY WANTED
IN NATURALISATION LAW
tion of Common Policy for the
Whole  Empire.
HUGE  SUM TO BE  SPENT
ON C. N. R. EXTENSIONS
Winnipeg, June 14.���The Canadian
Northern railway will spend on extensions -l*^- improvements during
sponsibility for the accuracy   of your
j ledgers, nor certify -that account  an,l
         unless that ls done as far as practf'
���H      " j cab te during  the  preBem     m
  j shall be in duty bound to alvise the
London, June U.-At the most im- SEKSSffi S iOT" /I6 Ioyal ad-
portant sitting held in the present StffttS accouni^ ^ ^"^
session of the Imperial conference in "I am willlne to itr* -n ,
this city, a deal of time was taken ] power to he n vn,?r ^ *lLia myr
up with the discussions on a mul* ther charae Ln v , CltyJ]Vithout fu^
tion which had for its purport secur- tagSt^J.0Vfls^Z. a<Xn~
ing uniformity of recognition of Brit- to deal with th- ^ am PreP��re��l
ish subjects everywhere on the face mam^ undebke^? *" 8t?n,1��n of to��
of the earth, this being unler tne ready put into ��.J��,mt.8 1 haVe ��
principle of Imperial naturalization \ and will do nil /.t/01" collectiou..
by an open act.   It was generally felt   the  monev   fnr  Kf t0    8ecu,��
by the empire's representatives that! the surcharge,  r�����     J0Rether   W'fft
 - ��� .?:^ls-A-.^? SPM&'S
"��W .. to .. uS'0���'
to secure an act for    this
this summer in the west about $30.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
oon.nno, which includes appropriating j would be comparatively an easy mat- tbe~eonnnii~��ifi  "~"��"   ���"<"'��
for \-e new line from Edmonton   ta Mer with the    Imperial    government 1 kv.. . I       JCarry ollt the
Port Mann. suggested   an r*m ������ .
r
I
and the resolution was car led.
prove.' .THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE  14, 1911.
Wants
TENDER8   FOR   NEW  SCHOOL,
QUEENSBOROUGH.
Sealed  tenders   superscribed  "Ten-
| ders for Queensborough School," and
addressed to    Rev.    Robert    Lennie,
���, ,    . Secretary   New   Westminster   School
WANTED���YOUR   OPPORTUNITY���j TruBteeB    wia   be  receivea   up   lo   5
ARBITRATION PACT
TOR All NATIONS!
���'-afd'i
1 wish to exchange my farm lands   pm  of Thur8Qay, 15th June, 1911, for] POSSIBILITY
lor    a city    residence.    Box ��. B.,  the erection and completion of a two
Daily News. j roomed   school   and   offices,   to     be
Look on page three tor the T. H. \ erected   at   Queensborough,  Lulu  is
land.
WANTED���A    WAITRESS.    APPLY      p,ans and specifications can be ob
Colonial hotel.
 _______^__  talned  on  application   to  tbe  under-1
WANTED���SIX     SALESMEN     AND5 signed. The lowest or any tender may
Women for road   or  city,   all   ex-j���* necessarily be accepTfed.
censes paid.   Experience not neces j GARDINER, MERCER & GARDINER
* * . * jm. *      \        a .,..1-;..... ..      ��_     a.* r*_i ���      m ��_._
THAT VARIOU8
GREAT POWERS OF WORLD
MAY AGREE ON DRAFT BASED
UPON  ANGLO-AMERICAN  PACT.
sary.     Salary   guaranteed.
Pugh, Windsor Hotel, City.
G.   de
Architects  to the  School  Trustees.
New Westminster.
WANTED ��� TO      PURCHASE      Al --_
small  house of  3  or   4 rooms   in j p"one 699. P. o. Box 501.
West  End.     Would trade   a gcol I o    ��� 1 _      r\         1
$1000 city lot.    Apidy  Kellington &^niHftf AV     KretllOUr
Hendry,  corner Columbia and  Eight j *"*   *^*^��-*��"��*
Btreets.                                                |
WANTED���WE HAVE A BUYER
for a modern flve room house, West
End preferred. Particulars tot Kellington & Hendry, corner Columbia
and Eighth streets.
General Contractors
Westminster T'ust  Building.
Dressmaking
WANTED���LIGHT
harness for pony.
News.
BUGGY      AND
Box   A, Dally
WANTED ��� AS SECRETARY TO
School Board this city, a stenographer and typewriter, familiar
with modern office systems. Month
ly salary $75.00. Applications stating experience received till noon,
the 22nd inst.   R. Lennie, Secretary.
WANTED ��� BY YOUNG LADY,
board and room ln central location
Apply to Box X., Daily News.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
Just received the latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE AGREE-
ments of sale on New Westminster
property. Must be gilt edge. T. H.
McCormick, real estate and financial
agent, 613 Columbia street. New
Westminster, B. C.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT PIANOFORTE TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons, London, and Steinway & Son, London.
New Pianos Selected  for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior. s
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay tbem cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lum
ber through Small & Bucklin.
'Phone R672
Washington, June 13.���Whether the
great powers can agree to the   principles of one draft for an arbitration
treaty  to  include   questions   of   national honor and independence without  limiting   the  number   of  signatories   is  the  latest  development  in
the  movement  for  international   arbitration.    This is the result of what
has been done by the United States
and  England in negotiating an arbitration pact.
Diplomats say that the equalization of arbitration treaties ls what is
wanted and that the same view is entertained by Secretary of State
Knox.    He is seeking a way to   ex- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ffl-w: ��Kff^te-,<sr��^8vs t science has hauhi
tatives   independently   of   the   state' setlier.    it is expecieu uwu u    1���
department, subject   to   presentation | ��*reed tbat there are to be two mem- PHYQiriAN
to this government of their findings.'ber��on. fa,c,h ���"* von'*M   the ��� ���  WUMAN  rHlOlUAN
or wlll be taken up through the di-  "����,'&**�������?��' an* "w,   ?rV
reet participation of Secretary Knox,' llldlcfal; a"? , V   XnThnnld he an ' 	
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
tis, Dr. Emma W. Mooers, Noted
Pathologist   Succumbs.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope  "Tender   for   construction   of
, Nelson,  B. C.  Ritle Range" and   ad-
Cambridge,    Mass.,   June    13.���Dr. j dreg8ed to the Director of Contracts.
treaties    originated   with    Germany., na���' man; .    ..   .     ,������������,������
This,  according   to  diplomats   heie, I    Tther.e J"    a     ?tf,dedf .J""1 e"^
will be the only wav   in which   the  a��ai"st tb* recognition of the aimed
Germany    government    will    partici-   servl,ce    f , connection    ***��*���
pate in a general   arbitration   move-    ���tle��'   �� iB *xp'ainfehd *2L*"5 * "
ment.    The German government, The   "tude, U traceable to the spirit of a -
world is informed through the   Ger-1 bltratlon. whose tenor and PWtte, |~���~���
man embassy   will not consider com ' to neutralize, if   not   to nullity, the   Emma \v. Mooers, curator of the Netl-1 Department of Militia & Defence, Ot
pulsory   arbitration.      Such    arbltra-' miIita,y  and naval  Bldes of dlplom'
tion is favored by Russia.   It is prob-  acy-       _____^______
able   that   Germany   will   draft   sug-1 """"""
gestions independently of the American draft of the Anglo-Tmerican document requested by Ambassador Bern-
storft Monday. That action, the embassy assures, is informal.
Want Automatic Treaty.
The reasons advanced by diplomats ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
for    the    equalization    of    proposed' Canadlan   Ra,|way. Asked   to Adopt
treaties is an automatic avoidance of | v""",u'" '
ELECTRICITY SAFE WAY
OF LIMITING TRAINS
FOR 8ALE.
FOR SALE��� THREE LOTS IN THE
Grand Trunk Pacific townsite, Edson, Alberta. For particulars apply Owner, Box 558, New Westminster.
For Up-to-date
PRINTING
technical differences by elimination
varying provisions which would occur in separate agreements, and
which would give rise to conflicting
theories in the settlement of probable differences.
There also has been a report cur-
System Generally Used on
European Roads.
ropathological department of the Har- j tawa, wlll be received until noon, the
j        .1     ���.    1   1   a ���a   . ������_   15th June, for the construction of a
vard medical school, is dead, a mar-   ..,���    D���   '   ���. v���i___   an
I Kino Range at Nelson, B. C.
tyr in the cause of humanity. j    Plang  and   specifications   may   be
She  became   Infected   with   strep-; seen and full Information obtained at
tococci, the germs of tonsilitis, while  the office of the District Officer Com-
1      1       ���   ������.,. **rar,���*.    o,    ii ��� - ' manding M ilitary District No. 11, Vic-
performing  a  post-mortem   at   Har-1 ^  �� c   th/Dlrector of Englneer
vard medical school on May 13 on the Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
brain of a man who died of tonsoli- the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
tjs I Nelson, B. C.
This man was a member of a SO-  J****9h mu*l b�� *ad�� on(tbe ,form
supplied by the Department and ac-
ciety composed of persons who had companied by an accepted cheque on
agreed to will their brains to nouro- a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
pathological work ce"t of the amount of the tender, pay-
In Dr. Mooers' zeal to study and to ' ??!e ^?Jb* rorder,��ftf,he   "��"ou���blo
;      ��� -, -    - ..      ..    ,      -.. 1 the Minister of Militia and Defence,
stay, If possible, by the aid of medl-, ^!c]l amount will be forfelted if the
GO TO
Jaclson Printing Co'y
FOR    SALE���600    CHOICE    BUILD-
ing  lots  in  New  Westminster  and
Burnaby.    We   wlll    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'
a.venue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light aervlce,
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 buildine;.
Vancouver,    613    Columbia   ���street.
New Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� KITCHEN RANGE,
two heaters dining room furnitum,
sideboard, bedroom set, pat lor furni-i
ture, etc. Apply -J04 Agnes street./
House to rent. /
Montreal, June 13���The   Canadian    ������ .���,.������������ ��� vuw
rent  in   fnreirn  rirMe* h����� "rt.-7"V   representative of the English flrm of cal   science  the  spread  of  the   epi- j party tendering decline to enter into
suggesuon  to define Tn  the  treaUes  J- Stone & Company, are Interesting demic of tonsilitis, she contracted the j 1contract^or fail to, complete it in ac-
the respective officials who would be  the Canadian railways in the advisa- most  virulent  form   of  the   disease;    The Department doe8   not blnd u.
authorized   to   arbitrate   differences   blllty  of  lighting  railway  passenger and  died  in  the Massachusetts Gen-' Beif t0 accept the loweBt or any te���.
tentative drafts to be submitted by Junction accident on the Midland rail-. Dr. Elmer E. Southard, a professor
the foreign powers. It is held that way in England, ln December last, In the same department of the medl-
the personal equation contingent up-' when   the  passenger   coaches   of   a J cal   school,   contracted    the   disease
on   the   selection   of  plenipotentiary' trftln  took  fire  lmmediately after   a'while  working  with  Mrs.  Mooers inl    '"ottawa, May 8, 1911
Estimates given on any kind of job   StaKa  ofVo'uhT "ot   other*  mfn'' collision, was the occasion of an In-'the operation and has been   at   tiie      (Newspapers  will  not   be paid
J       ralssi��n   <"   inquiry,   or    otnei    men   Massachusetts  General   hospital,   but   they Insert this   advertisement wit
Panting. composing a body  with authority to   vestlgation at the time by the1 board  fc     |g Qut Qf d "^ be.  outyauthority f^rn the Dep^rtmen
Thompson Block. Phone 388.   "?t\"   ,nT���/   ?,nn ����^t "SK ' ��f  t,ade'    Th<S  f3Ct  WM   e8tabl,8hed   came infected through a scratch. I .
    *lth'     ln   strong    support    of    this   lhat the escape of  illuminating   gas, j     Dr. Mooers was well known ln med-1��� =
Itloallv   e8mhodirdarhis   v��leWs    bvPrtah!;  carried  ln  reservoirs  under  the  pas-, leal    circles    throughout    the    world,
J. NEWSOME & SONS S$S ��Sth BenTr Tbl' ?* thfe tcr9e __2 VSiES*JZ$l WZltt
The  Hwie'trthuH      Thi^f&��. ��� accident,   For      arg gh    wag J ,
Ohoicfo?Ufhe' ersonnelThl8  'imU8  &, af tbe recommendations laid before | and research abroad, and  was recog-,     SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
Duties of Diplomats. the  board  of  trade   suggested   that  nlzed as an authority on nerve path- { the undersigned  and  endoraed "Ten-
Whether   to   specify   fixed    offices 'electricity   he  used   for   lighting  pas-1 ?}?&���    she  wa3  born   ,n  Greendale.' rter  tr*r   u..*.���,   *	
whose holders would  be eligible   to  senger   coaches.      Continental    rail
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C
appointment, or merely define candidates by limiting the source of selec-!
ways   have  generally   become   inter-
F. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
fiardi/jer, Mercer & Gardiner,
S.reenda!e'^er for  Public  Building,   Cranbrook,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
tlon to members of legislative"or"e^- ^ted in jh'8 method of ,lghtlng' and
ecutive bodies, federal courts or dip-, sto"e and. Company, who are the In
fomatlc  officers,  h one  of the ques-' ventor8 ��f ����� �����Z*m'lJrt"afn urp'
.,        ...     ,.,  ,     .  . **.***.    number of coaches to be run In Can
��� i 'thtLZiDsZe and   company   havo L ����� right    to   cut   Umber    unde
j license on Berth No. uoi, comprfsin
Wis.,  and   was graduated   from   the B. C," will be receiveduntilTp. m.
Universities   of   Michigan   and    Mu- on Monday, June 12, 1911, for the coe
nich. struction of a Public  Building. Cran-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ brook, B.
BmatfC officers. ,, ^otThe^^^
  j Henderson,   Resident   Architect,'   Vh>
toria, B. C, ut the post   offlce.Cran-
brapk, antt pt th'�� Department.
FOR SALE���LOTS. ?80 TO $100, IN (WESTMINSTER
Edson, Alta., the first divisional I Phone 661.
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $�� a month, no
interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 708 Columbia
street.
TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
���~-:i\th street, one hlock from Columbia street. Apply ihe Misses Chapman, room 2, third Hour.
TRUST     BLOCK.
Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO KKXT -- TWO FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; also two nice
furnished front bedrooms, Beautiful location. Phone tn house. Apply
^'.7  Agnes street.
TO     RENT���NICELY     FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful   location,   (urnaco
heated, furniture   all    new.    Tele-
..   .phone  in  house.    Apply  37   Agn .-
-.street.
TO    RENT ���FURNISHED    ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
II. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
.FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia  street.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
^" -****n
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
'Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess 8t.
this to say of their lighting system;      ".""""���u"��DWr.ul i>0' ��01' comprising    Persons tendering Are potitlcd  that
"The Introduction  of metallic  flla-   ^J0,  T"??,tends ����  fhe Province' ��aader�� will not be considered unlose
ment lamps has proved an   adequate   ��f  Br^8b  (0,,imbl;l'  "'��  ���� offered made on the printed forms   supplied,
answer to incandescent S"~   flt DUb,lc mic,lnn "'  'h�� """" """"  "	
inasmuch as the lilt
Iv incre&spfi MiptpTiv   ^^^^^^      ���     ^r���-""' **���  ��� ��w������vei     ***  %,***b \.<i���<
n,hiio 0.111  ���r���,���r,.i^���""'.ih'���" ^rn1u.Viu!," at the office of tho Dominion Timber I firms,  the  actuul  aignature,  the   na-
while still  pretenting the possibility | Agent ftt New We8tnlinBtei.. j ture 'of the occupation and  place of
Timber   Berth   No.
_      uug uu mi: printed  lorms   supplied,
VRcpnf mn Hffhtin��r ** Public auction at the upset price' aad signed with their actuul sign.v
lumination I. *rear of 92U0.00, at 2 o'clock p.m, on Wed- tures, stating their occupations and
miiinmi 1011 ia gr wu neatlay. the DJtli day of August next, places of residence. In the case of
iy, and, in addition, 1 ., ��,.. .��.. .. ..    ��� ���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>fflce 'Phons Us.     Barn   Pione 117
Begbie Street.
Ssggaga    aenvtjrej    promptlj    ;t
any part of the clt/.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Hico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal ToWhs and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford  every  banking  facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
UL.    GO   VEAR3*
Ji/' Vexperience
''  "��� ���   ''"V
Trade Marks
Designs
_^_^ Cqpvriqhts 4c.
Afirono uon ding a sketch and deaerlntlnn m��T
^nlcklT ascertain rar opinion free wlicihor an
Intention leprohatjl^jiatentaljle.
Is iirohalilyratciilnhlo,   Omimutilca.
tlrconfldontfaL HANDBOOK on I'atenta
 Oldest aijonc* for leoaTUia patents.
l';itm>:s taken throutrh JHuim-A Co, receive
ijki-IoI notus, without oliarse. In tha
tlons strict I
sent free.
li
Scientific American.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lnrfrest Circulation of any sclentlflo journal. Tcrmc for
Canada, *.i.75 a je**r* postage prepaid, fiotd by
a)l nowsdealers.
MUNN gCo.*0'8'���'' New tor!;
Branch OtScu, ��25 * BL. WasWnatDu, D. C,
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 stron ^banking organization. mSSSA
Interest is paid onJJ Savings
Balancesjhalf-yearly. JJ:: ::
Business |Accounts : opened
on favorable terms.^*::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000""
NEW  WESTMINSTER,    B. C*
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
of such deplorable results ln the
event of any derailm-nt or collision
unfortunately occurring, Enables a
considerable reduction to be made in
capital cost of the electrical installations, owing to the fact that the sizo
and weight, of thc installations fitted
to the railway carriages is greatly reduced, and thiB further immensely reduces the annual cost of ma'ntenance,
which Is a considerable advantage to
the railway companies, and at the
same time the traveling public benefit by the better light."
OBJECTION   OF  ALDERMEN
TO  WOMEN   EMPLOYEES
Ottawa, June 18.���In discussing th
views  of some aldermen  at the  last
551,  situate   ln  residence of each member of the firm
the  Province of  British  Columbia, in | must be given.
township 4, range 28, west of the 6th I Each tender must be accompanied
Meridian, and comprising that portion , by an accepted cheque on a chartered
of the iHland in sections 18 and 24,1 bank, payable to the order of the
lying east of the Indian reserve, con-! Honourable the Minister of Public
taining an area of 215 acres, more ot i Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c.��
]ess. of fhe amount of the   tender, which
A license will not be issued until' will be forfeited If the person tender-
the full amount of tbe purchase price, lng decline to enter into a contract
and the ground rental for the first I when called upon to do so, or fail to
year, have been paid. I complete the work contracted for.   If
The conditions of payment, rate of the tender be not accepted the cheque
rental,   etc.,   are   contained    in    the   will be returned.
Timber Regulations, a copy of which I The Department does not bind it-
may be secured on application to tho ' self to accept the lowest or any ten-
tmdersigned, or to tho Crown Tlmbe- t der-
Agent at New Westminster. ^
P. O. KEYKS.
Secretary.
Ottawa,  May 20, 1011.
city council meeting in legaid to the- Department  of the  Interior,
employment  of  women  at   the   city "    *'��� ���"*   ****
hall, when one alderman stated that
it would be better if no women were
in office there, the following prominent ladles of the city expressed their
opinions this morning:
Mrs. Adam Shortt, vice president ol
the Ottawa Canadian Women's club,
and also holding office in the
Mothers' Union and the local council of women, said: "I cannot understand why th��re should be any oh-1
Jections to women employees in the
city hall.   If the men were all gentle-
t CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C, Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO 8EATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
men there certainly ought not to be ' 10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
any such objections.'
Mrs. W. W. Edgar, a leading worker    in    connection   with    the   Girls'
TO NANAIMO,
2:00 p. tn Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND  COMOX,
Home, Travellers Aid Society, and 9:00am .... Thursday and Saturday
identified  with   various   women s  or- pR|NrF RUPcRT AND ALASKA
ganizatlons of the city, is a strong ��� PRINfE ���P*RJ- W,'4 ^ og
advocate of the employment of worn- " P- ������� May 6. 16- 27> AP,n 4- 1B- 25
en in civic positions.    "In these   ad- TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
vanced days, when  women have the 11:00  p.  m	
opportunities of education, more and    WESTMIN3TER TO CHILLIWACK.
more are they being sought for civic SS. Beaver.
positions.    In most of the municipal  g a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
offices of Kngland and Ireland thera    CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER,
is    a   large    percentage   of   women ? am....Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
clerks, whose opinions on many sub-   F     Qther Salllng8 and Rates Apply
jects are accepted finite as readily as
those of men.    I decidedly believe it to ED. GOULET,
is in the best Interests of our city to Agent, New Westminster,
have some ladv employees at the city j    ' H. W. BRODIE,
hall." I G. P. A.. Vancouver,      ;
lly order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public   Works, Ottawa, May 18, 1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If tbey Insert it
without authority from the Department).
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Change in Time
Sunday, June 4
Local to Mission will leave at 5:40.
Toronto Express wlll leave at, 9:10.
Moose Jaw, Calgary, St. Paul will
leave at 14:35.
Local to Agassiz will leave at 18:10.
Imperial Limited to Montreal wiil
leave at 19:40.
Local to Westminster Junction and
Vancouver wlll leave at 21:05.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent.
Vancouver.     New Westminster*
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SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY
14th JUNE
21st ME
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Coronation Sale
A Value Giving Event of Exceptional Money-Saving Opportunities
IF A REAL MONEY SAVING IS OF INTEREST TO YOU,  READ THIS PAGE
Come and Investigate.    Wonderful Bargains For All.
Wash Goods Priced to Give
Rare Buying
Two offerings from the Wash  Goods   Section   as  extra   inducements to come to see the wonderful    values    we   are   offering.
BEAUTIFUL     MUSLIN8��� AN  EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
8 Yards for 50c.
The most liberal selection you could wish for; almost every
imaginable coibred spot or fancy in light grounds; buys for
school frocks or picnic dresses and buy plenty for you save
more than two-thirds price on some of it. See these wonderful  values  and  we  are  sure you cannot resist buying.
���    ���   .        PRINTS   AND    GINGHAMS���EXTRA VALUES.
,-i peg .-,        ..i ^     Coronation Sale  10c Per ya rd.
To  make  some  record  business during this sale we offer some
wonderful  values;   many of these goods are values to 15c;  quite
a selection of patterns and colors;  would advise an early choice
as the best are sure to go flrst.
This great Coronation
Sale wlll prove of more personal Interest to most of
N'ew Westminster shoppers
than the Coronation of King
George. We mean to make
this event one of lasting
j memory. If real value giv-
j ing can accomplish the end
in view then this will truly
be an event to be remembered.
Come   Wednesday    morning
and join the celebration.
Seven Days Sale of
Record Bargains
Starts Wednesday, 14th
Closes Wednesday, 21st June
Rush   Prices  on   Women's
Wash Dresses
These smart house dresBes, In the very newest styles, were specially purchased by us, and are specially offered to you for
this sale; you cannot afford to let such values as these pass
without getting a share.
Women's house dresses; ln one and two piece styles; buttoned
front with laundered collar and short Bleeves; in shales of
blue and white, mauve and white and black and white; values
$3.25   to $3.50.    Coronation Sale, each $1-95
TWO  SUITS  SPECIALS���EXCELLENT VALUES.
Four only women's fancy mercerized linen suits; in shades of
tan with white and black stripe; semi-fitting coat; pipings of
black linen with black collar; regular values $11.50. Coronation Sale, each *5-i����
Three only women's suits of white repp; trimmed with fancy
straps of self and pearl buttons; regular values to $10.00. Coronation Sale, each '6,5��
Women's dresses; all the latest styles: In linens, lawns, batiste
and mulls; kimona and long sleeve styles: ln stripes and plain
effects; all beautifully trimmed; values to $8.50. Coronation
Sale, each *5-����
PONGEE     SILKS AT STUNNING PRICES.
Reg.  45c;    Coronation Sale 25c Per Yard.
.300   yards natural   Pongee   silk;   beautiful   fine
smooth   weave;  good weight;  width   24   inches.
..Exceptional values, per yard 25c
COLORED PONGEE SILKS.
Reg. to 65c; Coronation Sale 35c Per Yard.
these are Ideal fabrics for a light summer
d'ess; come in Quite a showing of good shades,
as tan, brown, mauve, sky and green; widtli
24 inchee; only a few drews ends left, so get
yeur   choice early.
WAISTS     ��� EXCEPTIONAL  BARGAINS.
Reg.  to  $2.00;   Coronation  Sale $1.00  Each.
Women's tailored waist of linens, vestings and
Indian head; in Gibson styles; tine tucked and
.fancy effects;- laundered or soft collar; styles
to button  front, side or back.
VOILE   SKIRTS���BIG  OFFERING   FOR  QUICK
SELLING.
Values   to   $15;  Coronation Sa'e $9.75  Each.
.Women's     skirts  of   fine   grade   French   voile:
black    only;     beautifully    trimmed     and     neat
styles;   values that are sure to please.
Remarkably Low Prices cyi Table Linens
Never   before   have   you   boen   offered   morn   tempting:   value*   ln high grade t.-.ble linen.
ale   offering   represents   a saving of trom 25 tv -ib per cent.
Every sin-
Table   Cloth   of   Linen.
Sizes 66x68 and fiCxSii;
all neat designs; in
floral anl gpot effects;
regular to $-J. Coronation    Sale,    each. . . . S1.2S
Table     Cloth     of     Extra
Fine  Satin  Damask.
hemstitched; lovely patterns: size 70x90 inches;
regular $3.75. Coronation   Sale,  each    $2.75
Coronation   Table   Cloth.
Specially designed: woven portraits and national
emblems; size fiS.\72.
Special values, ea.  .$2.50
Table Clothe of Pure
Irish  and  Scotch   Linens.
Extra     special     Bavlng
price. Size 72x94; regular $X.BO. Coronation
Sale,  each $1.75
Size 72x04;  regular $3.00.
Coronation Sale, ea. $2.00
Size 72x94;  regular $3.50.
Coronation  Sa'e, ea. $2.50
Size 72x94;   regular $4.75.
Coronation  Sale,  ea. $3.50
.Big
Savings    In
Damasks.
Table
54-inch all linen table damasks; 3-4 bleached;
heavy dice pattern; regular    50c.        Coronation
Sale,   yard 35c
60-inch table damask;
full bleached; fine even
thread and good weight;
regular 50c. Coronation
Sale,  per  yard   ..   ..3bc
Linen Table Set.
Cloth, size 72\90; napkins to match 22x22 in.;
regular $5.50. Coronation  Sale, set   ..   ..$4.75
Napkins.
Size 22x22 inc'.-.es; all
pure linen; hemmed
ready for use; regular
$2.75. Coronation Sale,
dozen $2.00
Size
2x22 Inches;   hemmed  napkins:   neat  pat
terns and   good weave;   regular $2.00.     Corona-
.tlon   Sale, per dozen $1-25
Size 23x23 inches; extra flne linen napkin;
hemmed for use; regular. $4.00. Coronation
Sale, per dozen $3.00
Whitewear���Half Price
Wemen's  underskirts of flne cambric;  deep flounces of lace,   embroideries and Dutch ruffle;   soma
slightly  soiled;   exceptional bargains.
Values to $2.50; Ceronation Sale $1.25 Each.
Women's drawers of cambric and nainsook;
.closed styles.
neatly trimmed with   lace   and    embroidery;    open    or
Values to $1.00;  Coronation Sale 50c Each
Children's vests;   flne ribbed cotton; size to flt 2 to 14 years; long or short sleeves.
Coronation   Special   15c   Each.
CREAM   DRESS GOODS FOU QUICK SELLING
Reg. to 65c; Coronation Sale 40c Per Yard.
In all wool lustres,  cashmeres and  fancy st:i;;e
serges;   widths about 42 Inches.
EMBROIDERIES���RARE   VALUES.
Reg.  to   25c;   Coronation  Sale  12'/2c   Per Yard.
.Lawn and cambiic embroideries; extra flne
qualities; in insertions and edgings; widths
from 3 to 7 inches.
HOSIERY EXTRA LOW PRICED
Reg.  35c;    Coronation Sale 25c Per Pair.
Women's flne lisle and cotton hose In plain
colors; also fancy spot and check effects; large
..assortment of summer shades; extra qualities
with    garter top, double sole and heel.
CHILDREN'S   SOCKS
Reg.   to   35;; Coronation Sale 20c Per Pair.
"Large   assortment of fancy and plain styles;  in
tan.   white and black.
Rush Prices on Fancy Linens
Our Linen Department's contribution to this sale promises to ortng tlie biggest selling In tbe   his-
tory  of  the store.    Do-zens ot  beautiful  Tea   Cloths,  Pillow  Shams, Runners an$ Tray Cloths, etc.,
are offered at far below the regular prices.    This affords an excellent   opportunity tor those starting housekeeping or in search of suitable wedding presents.
Lots of tea cloths, runners, etc..   in   Battenberg,   drawnwork   and fancy embroidered;  a  lot of tbem
are  values  to  $2.00.    Vour choice, while they last, each $1.00
Damask Runners at a Reduced Price
Hemstitched    damask    runners;   size 18x54;   regular 76c.   Coronation  Sale, eacli
Size   18x72;   regular  $1.00. Coronation Sale, each	
60c
.85c
Size   18x54;   regular   $1.25.
Coronation Sale, each $1.00
 ii  .
HOSE     SUPPORTERS   AT   EXTRA    SAVINGS.
Women's sew-on hose supporters; extra strong
silk elastics; bold fast clips: shades of sky. red,
white and black: regular 75c. Coronation Sale,
per  pair 50c
Band   hoss supporters;     moire     faced;     strong
elastics    anl clips;   shades of pink, sky,  red,
white and   black;   regular 35c.   Coronation  Sale,
per pair 25��
GLOVES     SPECIAL PRICED.
Women's fine lisle and silk gloves; In shades
.tan, navy, champagne, white and black; two
spring buttons; all sizes; values to 35c. Coronation  Sale, per pair 25c
WASH   BELTS AT WORTH WHILE SAVING8.
Women's white wash belts; neatly embroidered designs; pearl buckles; values to 40c. Coronation   Sale, each 25e
HANDKERCHIEF BARGAINS.
��� Fine cambric handkerchiefs; women's sizes;
.narrow hemstitched edge. Coronation Sale,
price 6 for 20c
STAPLE     BARGAINS  THAT  SHOULD  INTEREST���300       BARGAINS   BEDSPREADS.
Reg.   $1.75; Coronation Sale $1.25 Each.
Full bed si^e Grecian spreads; extra heavy
quality; hemmed ends; splendid oppcrlunities
for  hotel  or rooming house keepers.
SHEETING BARGAIN.
72-inch full bleached sheeting: strong heavy
weave; re?ular 35c. Coronation Sale, per
yard    27'/2c
TOWELS    AT SALE PRICES.
Heavy bro wn Turkish towels; size 20x40 In.;
regular 40:. Coronation Sale, per pair .. ..30c
Linen huek towels; size 19x38 Inches; extra
weight; regular 35c. Coronation Sale, per
Pair    ���-",  ..25c
GLASS   CLOTH.
22-Inch;   all linen;  blue or red check.   Corona-
tion  sale,   per yard     . ioc
WHITE   FLANNELETTE���EXTRA  VALUES.
27-inch 12 yds. for $1.09
36-inch;   rejular   17%c.     Coronation    Sale,
yard	
per
12VSc
A Visit to the Store Will Disclose Many Other Bargains of Equal Merit
tl THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE  14,  1911.
Ttie Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Br ot McKenzie and Victoria
Streets.
a.. Paige Managing Director
-V6Ctcjpt*>
WEDNESDAY, JUNE  14, 1911.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kindt ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8ASH,   D00R8,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXE8     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
OLD    SCORES.
There is very little doubt that th
council is going to experience trouble I
over the attempt that Is now beta* ,
made, at the instigation   ot Auditor,
Cotsworth, to collect   balances   and
differences in connection with bygone
tax sales, if this course is persisted
In.    Apparently the auditor is again
attempting to ride the high horse in
connection with this step, for though
he refers to a unanimous resolution
of  the  council  passed   on  April   2S
last, he has, according   to Alderman
Johnston,  who  may be regarded   as
one as conversant with the details of
this affair as any one, been sending
out the notices without flrst   obtaining the consent of the council or informing them of his intentions.
However this may be, the demands
have gone forth and quite   naturally
the recipients are feeling   no   slight
amount  of  indignation  at   the .step
taken,   which   to  some   of  them   at
least, wears the aspect of vindictive
ness.   It seems to us indeed that the
principle adopted  at  the   instigation
of the auditor is. even if legally correct, morally wrong and inequitable.
Jt may, no doubt, be well to see that
the  provisions  of  the   Incorporation
Act of 1895 in this respect are   observed  and  enforced henceforth, but
it would be far wiser from every point i
of view to let these newly discovered
.sources  of old-time indebtedness  go
by and be struck oft the accounts.
For one thing there is the simple
but  sufficient   reason   for the   com- r
plaisnnce of these owners in the sale j
of   their   properties    for    taxes,     to
which  Alderman  Lynch  called  atten
tion, namely that they did not sacrifice  their possessions  for  mere  fun,
but because they could not afford to
pay the sums demanded of them for
taxes.   That they should now be pen- j
aliz.ed for such an evident misfortune,
after the  lapse of  several years,  is j
altogether   preposterous,  an A  the   at- J
tempt to collect these old debts, if not
exactly   extortion   is   perilously   near
to it.
Under all the circumstances the
rm~*t reasonable course the council
can now adopt is to at once put an
end to the proceedings for collection.
Jn other words it will be best to let
bygones be bygones and accept the
errors of the pasl as an experience
for tutu.e guidance,    lt Vhe extremity
of the harshness threatened by Alderman Bryson is adopted, then much
pain  will  be inflicted.      Interminable
soreness will I e e c ted, and tbe city
put  to  great  expense  for  legal   expenses,   with   the  strong   probability
that the court will deride against it.
For the  whole question bristles with
doubtful points of law, of which the |
question as to the application of the ;
Statute of Limitations Is perhaps tbe j
simplest, and it is certain that those
whose  names  appear on the  list ex- '
traded by the auditor wlll   fight, t.ie.
claim or claims made upon them   to i
the bitter end.
A pure, wholesome
leavening agent which makes the
biscuit and cake oi highest healtlif illness at medium cost and protects the
food from alum, which is the greatest
dietary danger of the day.
to help the Albanians, for Albanian
notions of victory ental'ed the absorption of the greater part of Salonica,
ln Albanian territory.
POTATO   EXHIBITION   IN  N. Y.
CALL FOR B. C. COMPETITORS
"At the American Land and Irrigation Exposition to be held ot Madison
Square Gardens, New York,  Novem
ber 3 to 12, there is a cne thousand- j
dollar trophy offered for Ihe best ex
hlbit of late potatoes. The exhibit
does not necessarily need to belong
to one individual, but may be exhibited by a department of agriculture,
farmers' organization, or by a district. The main point is that tlie one
thousand dollar Stilwell trophy is to
be given for the best exhibit of no
tatoes    represented    by    marketablo
quality, smooth appearance, flush
eyes and uniformity of size. Tho
yield of each variety per acre, which
acre must be officially surveyed, must
be sworn to by the grower, and at
tested by two or more reputable witnesses.
It will readily appear that the winning of a trophy of this character
will advertise the province at this
great exhibition extensively.
SHIPWRECKED   SAILORS
HAPPY  ON   DESERT  ISLAN
Halifax,   N.   S.,   June    13.���-A    few
boms after the sealing schooner, ida:
M.   Clark,   arrived   lrom    the    south
seas  with  71  skins the schooner  To
landa came in'iort and reported having caught   1303 seals.    The Clark  reports that on December 2S last, while '
passing  MacQuarrle island, south ot'
New   Zealand,   fourteen    shipwiecked '
men were found belonging to a whaling vessel that had been wrecked oa ]
tlie island December 28, and wer ��� en- ,
Baged in killing sea elephants,      The
men  wished  only   to  be  reporte.l   to'
the   whaling   station,    four    hundred-
miles north.
BALKAN  SITUATION
CONTINUES   PERILOUS
Athens, June 10.���News from relia-!
ble sources In Albania indicates that j
the recent sharp note from Russia to
Turkey   was   founded   on  the   knowledge  that   Ibe   Albanian   revolt   had
failed,  and   the   fear  that  when   tha j
Turks  laid  heavy  bands on  the conquered   rebels   they   would   turn    on
Montenegro,   that   has   sheltered    s:>'
many   Albanian   refugees.    Attempts
to secure Unitarian aid- failed, for tin
.Bulgarian    i.ovecnrfli.'iit    s'es    greater,
advantage   in    a   Turcophll   attitude
than   in   wildcat  enterprises   in   tli?
horder   mountains,   with   the   powers
<evcr on the pounce around tbem. No:'
.could the Macedonians s -e their way .
Baker's Cocoa
and Chocolate
ARE THE STANDARDS OP THE WORLD
53 Highest Awerds in Europe
and America
THE NEW .MILL AT 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
Q For over 131 years these well-known preparations have boen made only
at the company's mills (the largest in the world) at Dorchester, Mass.,
TJ. S. A. In order to keep pace witli the rapidly increasing, demand for its
goods in the Dominion of Canada and the British Provinces, a large mil! has
been put in operation in Montreal,
^ Wilh Lhe Gnest possible equipment of modern machinery,
with*the accumulated experience of more than a century and
a quarter in thc .selection and blending of cocoa beans and
by thc employment of a perfect mechanical process of
manufacture, consumers and dealers arc assured that the
uniformity of quality and delicacy of flavor which
have made these goods the standards of the
world will bo maintained.
fl_ To facilitate tlie distribution of goods, selling offices
are located at Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
We guarantee the absolute purity of these
goods under the pure food laws of Canada
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
DORCHESTER, MASS.
MONTREAL, CANADA
Telephone  12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Weetmlneter
Box  Ul
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for it ia the stuff that tbe foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested untll lt Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
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For   Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
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E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. II. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.        Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=   LUMBER CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA   8TREET  WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
If you have MONEY to loan on
first mortgages, I can place it at
eight per cent, interest.
W. Fe Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia Street. Over Bank of Toronto.      Phone
" I
The Eastern Sales
Co. is compelled to
vacate their present
premises by July 1
and their
whole stock of men's, women's and children's boots and shoes, along
with a new up-to-date line of ladles' ready to wear will be sacrificed at factory prices, rather than move them.
The Eastern Sales Co., Ltd.
405 Columbia Street.
Sale Opens Thursday, June 15
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
THE   DAfLY   NEWS.
_5PORTS^
CHAMPIONS INTEND
GETTING TIT TOR SATURDAY
ASCOT IS MECCA
Of SOCIAL ENGLAND
CHOLERA CASE
ON   NORTH   GERMAN  LINER
Practices   Will   Be   Real   Thing���Salmon  Belliea Take  No Chance*
Again.
GOLD VA8E WON BY LORD CADO-
'GAN���ROYALTY AND 80CIETY
PRESENT IN FORCE ON THE
FAMOUS HEATH.
New York, June It.���The Nortb
German Lloyd liner Berlin, which
reached here today from Meliterran-
can ports, reported at quarantine that
a steerage passenger was taken ill
with cholera four days after leaving
Naples and died thirty hours late-.
This ls the flrst cholera case reported on an incoming steamship fpi
many months.
All of the thirty-six steerage    pas
attempting to fix charges, tbe pnaaen
ger and freight tariff, and the wage ot
operators, and by and by, after the
foolishness of lt all becomes apparent
to all, we of the common people will
pay the freight. Wfi will pay the tax
in the higher price of things that
come through the corporation, for in
the final analysis of things the people
pay the bills."
PORTUGUESE ARMY
IS BEING MOBILIZED
sengers will be removed to Hoffman!     ,s*-u*     .        ,��     .��...        ...    ���
  Island   probably  by  tomorrow   morn-1,  L'Bbon' J"ne ���*-Jh* c?*,net,yeB
ling.    411 the' 375 cabin passengers on   ter<lay considered the question of mo-]
Ascot   Heath, England,   June   13.���:the   steamer   will   be   released   from
Never has  Ascot  Heath looked   bet-; t��uaranrt'n.e- I
, , .. l���m.m i       r.       .1     Dr.  Doty, health commissioner    at
ter than on this, the opening day of   quarantine, says "he has no fear the!
the      Coronation      meeting.        The  contagion will get a footholl.
The  Berlin left    Genoa    June    1,1
Naples  the  next  day,  and  Gibraltar
June  5.    Four    days    after    leaving
Naples,  Kusso  Braggio,    a    steerage
passenger from Calabria, was    taken
suddenly ill ani for thirty hours suf
Ascot  Heath looked   bet-
Beginning this afternoon    at   four
o'clock,  the Salmon  Bellies  will, in
view of the stern battle at Queens i weather was rather uncertain, but no
park on Saturday, commence a series ! sufficiently so to have any effect on
of daily practice matches. It ls no | the attendance, which was the great-
secret that this season has seen the j est ln >'ears
world's champions a wee bit careless I The 10>ral enclosure, club and
in their non-match days, not so much' otller  Btand8   and   tlle   lawnB    were
from want of desire to be flt  but slm-' crowded  with fashionably-attired per-  fered violent cramps and other symp-
ply that they have not given the mat-   " '"'      "        "*        "" "''""  "      * '    '"' "        " "
blitzing the army, lt was decided to
reinforce the troops on the frontier ]
and in the province of Algarvo ln
cases of necessity. An official ao
count of tbe meeting of the ministers set forth tbat the discussion of
the mobilization had to do merely
with the plan for the reorganization
of the army.
ter serious thought. This, however,
will be all changed after this afternoon, and fans in the Royal City can
depend upon It that in future our boys
are going to buckle on their armour
and slog away at the grand game for
dear life. Some say that a victory for
Vancouver on Saturday would mean
disaster for the Minto cup holders.
There is not going to be any defeat
in four days' time. Some bets have
been registered that with last Saturday the near-champions had won their
last match this season, and while
this may be shouting a little too
loudly, enthusiasts, and those who
have seen the three games this season cannot relegate themselves into
thinking that thc niche In the Carnegie library wlll be empty when thc
tenlh game ls played off.
What will be tbe line-up on Satur
day ? This question has been asked
on all hands Bince the failure of our
boys last week In the Terminal City,
but tbe answer is one which will not
be known until the last moment.
Manager Welsh has had serious
thought of having his telephone wires
disconnected in the present week.
Dopesters have worried the popular
manager until he has become tired
askin-; these would be know-alls to
smoke some other brand of tobacco.
If there are to be any changes, it
will depend altogether upon the form
shown by the players ln the practices
which they will go through before the
- all  important  match of Saturday.
sons, while along the rails about the
course hundreds of motor cars and
carriages formed a solid line.
King George and Queen Mary, wltii
the members of their house party at
Windsor, came in semi-state in eight
landaus, each drawn by four bays,
while three landaus drawn by pairs
carried tbeir suites.
Among those present today besides tbe king's Windsor guests were
tbe colonial statesmen and their
wives and many distinguished persons from the overseas dominions.
Americans who had received invitations were Ambassador Keid and Mrs
toms of cholera. Braggio died June
7 and was immediately burled at sea.
At quarantine a bacteriological examination of cultures was at once begun. The Berlin was thoroughly disinfected.
TOO  MUCH GOVERNMENT
COMPLAINS CHANCELLOR
Syracuse, N. Y., June 13.���"The
country has never seen a time when
its commerce of all kinds was so Involved and embarrassed by unwise
laws created by men utterly disqualified by business incapacity and lnex-
Hot ? Yes!
If You Call at
The Red Cross Pharmacy
Held and the embassy staff with their perlence of to lay," declared Chancel
wives; John Hays Hammond, special! lor James R. Day, of Syracuse unlver
United   States   ambassador    to    the
You Can Procure
STONE'S LIME FRUIT
JUICE
BIG WHEEL LEMONADE
coronation, Mrs. Hammond and their
children.
Many other Americans were in the
stands, on the course and present as
gueBts of  English  friends.
The Ascot Gold Vase, ��1100, two
miles, was won by Lord Cadogan's 3-
year-old  filly  Martingale  II.    Captain
���
BASEBALL.
Tuesday, June  13.
At  Vancouver���Vancouver  6,    Victoria  4.
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Dnv.tayd.liii
521 Mie Street,
^Vancouver BjS^
slty, In his baccalaureate sermon this  PQWDER
morning.
"The business men, of whom there
are too few in congress, are not making the business laws," he continued.
"They are In the group of men who
keep their ears to the ground, listening for the direction in whicli popular excitement is hurrying.   For a de-
ond and Olunlzla third
The Prince of Wales' stakes, ��1000
for 3-year-olds, one mile and five furlongs, was won by Lord Derby's
Steadfast (second ln tbe Derby); H.
P. Whitney's All Gold was second
and Helllcon third.     '
The Coventry stakes, ��1000, for 2-
year-olds, five furlongs, Was won by
A. H. Ledlies' Lady Americus; G.
Baring's Kempion was second and W.
Raphael's Tony Pandy third. -
The Ascot   stakes, a   handicap   of,
��2000, two miles, was won by C. E.
Howard's    Wlllonyx.      Mr.    Fairies
King Midas was second and A. Sted-
all's Victory third.
F. Forester's Royal Tender  was sec-1 cade It has    been    blindly    rushing
against capital in corporate form, indifferent to  the  fact    that    without I
capital  in  large forms there can be I
no capital in small    forms   and    no
labor. j
"Men  meddle  with  the  coal  buBl-,
ness who do not know a lump of coal |
from a piece of slate, and ^ou and I
pay one or two dollars a ton more for
coal because of their folly.        . . i
"They  manage railroads in detail, I
And  various otber cooling    and    refreshing drinks.
Bring us your prescriptions; we are
very careful in dispensing.
Tell us your photo troubles; we can
rectify your errors.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. Cliff Block,
j    New Westminster. B.C.
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements^Sale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
fl
DOUBLE FATALITY
FROM GAS SUFFOCATION
London. June 14.���In an effort to
save the life of his brother Warren,
who was overcome by gas in a well,
Klias Hicks was asphyxiated as well
as his brother.
BUSINESS   DIRECTORY
IOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW WttttT-
mlnater Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Tbird Thursday    of   each   montn;
quarterly     meeting    on  the    tmro
Thursday ot February, May, August
and  November, at * p.m.      Annua)
meetings on the third Thursday of
February.     New   members  may   b.
proposed and elected at any month
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  M
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Hindoo Rheumatism Oil
Stops all aches and pains, bruises and burns, etc., in a few seconds,
and is the best for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and stiff and swollen joints unless the trouble lies deep within the bone. Absolutely
harmless.    Contains no injurious drug.   From all druggists.
INDIA   MEDICINE   CO.
Fraser Mills, B. C.
Ihe WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham Dresses, all in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies* Wash Skirts in white and colors from $1.65 up
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
I For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River lt ls a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meeting, of ��hl�� lodge
.re held In Odd Fella***' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDouald, tinanclal
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie stieets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, KDMONDS & JOHN-
ston barristers and solicitors.
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W. .1
Whiteside, H, L Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
ast
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New  Weatminater,   B.   C. Phones   1.117,   R117.
A.    BUTTERFrBLD,    ENGINEER fN CHARGE.     Phone 623.
New Westminster City Property is the Best
Investment-Look Over These Snaps :
Alberta street,  new  four-room cottage, lot cleared and fenced. Price
only $1450 and $250 cash handles this.
Sixth street, new modern seven-roomed bouse.   Price $3500. terms
to arrange.
Sixth avenue, new five-roomed cottage,   nicely   finished,   on   large
cleared lot.   Price $3000, terms to arrange.
Deslable building site, lot   on Fourth  street   hetween   Third   ani
Fourth avenue. Price $1600; one-halt cash, balance to arrange.
Cleared lot. Ovens avenue, 60x120, near car line and in rapid growing locality.    Price $685.    One-third  cash,  balance   6,   12   and   18
months.
. ���'
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    CITY SPECIALISTS.
I"   Phone ����6. 622 Columbia atreet
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The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WADE, WHISALLBR, MoQUARRIH &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster olllces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Q'au-
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie, G. fc.
Martin. 	
J P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     2��
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean BlocK,
next to Bank of MontreaL
H J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce, Columbia St.
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DAILY
MEMORANDUM
OPEN   EVENINGS UNTIL   9 O'CLOCK.
Everybody
Can buy or build a home; can buy or improve
real estate; can pay off mortgages.
We Make Loans
to do all these things and only charge you
on the amount you owe the interest of
S per cent.
WRITE PHONE OR CALL FOR OUR PLAN.
BRANCH OFFICE.
CANADIAN  HOME INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Room 4, Smith Block. Columbia Street.
Phone 945. New Westminster, B. C.
Good lot on Fifth street, 50 x 150,
$700; $250 cash; balance 6 and 12
months. Also lot on Nanimo St.,
$1,000; 1-4 cash; bai. 6 and 12 months.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929. Room 16, Collister Btock.
7
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To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
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The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up     .
Chamberlin      Jex���CR f
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B-C.C. H'y   % ;ws.
WCDI4UOAY, JUNE. 14. .1911.
ritfcs
for Daily News Automobile
Specifications of the $1,750.00 McLaughlin-Brick Five-
1 Passenger Fore Door Touring Car which will be Given
Will Start Tomorrow In tamestfa as r��t ^ Prize by The News 5
Barnes of Ladies Nominated Will Be Published in Tomorrow's Issue of This Paper
km ihihcsi is mmm on ail sides
Over One Hundred Nominations Already In and More
Added Hourly���The $1,750.00 McLaughlin Auto on
Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Store, 441 Columbia St.
���������������������������������������������������
. T. A. Muir & Co..    the    dls-
��� pensary chemists at   441    Co-
��� lumhia street, have kindly al-
��� lowed the Daily News a place
��� ln their window to display the
. new McLaughlin   auto   which
��� wlll he given away August 5,
��� and everyone Is invited to cah
��� there and Inspect it.
4,1 The candidate receiving the most
*y votes in the remaining tlwee dist lets
4, will be awarded the $500 piano. This
^ piano was purchased from the Co-
^ lumbia piano house and is on display
+  at their store, the Walker block, 425
������������������������������������������������
For the past few days the Westmin
ster Daily News has"'jeen talking to
you about the popularity voting contest now under way. Well, we are
not through talking yet about the
magnificent prizes to be given away
free to eleven ladles of Westminster
and vicinity.
Yes, and the contestants who win
the various prizes will not get through
talking about them for years to
come. The Daily News has planned
this contest to please, and it is going
to please.
From the $1750 automobile down t3
the forty dollar watches, everything
has been arranged without regard for
expense, for the pleasure of the
winning  contestants.
The prizes will all be on display at,
the various places they were pur-,
chased.    He sure and go to s;e them
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
tbe Westminster Modern Business col-} y
lege.   They are good for eight months
tuition ancl worth $!���(! each.
Three handsome furniture sets
worth $75 each purchased frcm Galloway & Lewis and can be seen at their
store, corner Fourth ani Columbia
streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold
watches worth $-10 each, purchased
from and on display at T. Gifford's
jewelry  store on  Columbia street.
��� ���������������������������������������������
The great number of nominations
comftig into the contest department
shows that the ladies of the city
are not slow to appreciate the magnificent offer of the Daily News.
If you are interested, whether you
have been nominated or not, call at,
the Daily News office and let us ex-J
plain the full details of the great j
automobile race. Or, if you ring upl*
or write, full information will be for-,'*
warded. J ���
The  Contest Fairy Whispers. | ���
The Daily News fairy is no.v ieady| ���
to climb right up in the big armchair| ���
at your side and tell you just how e���
you can win one of the prizes to be
given away hy the News in this great.,
automobile contest.
This fairy is going to tell you'
something about the pleasure you am
going to have this summer in your
great big automobile or the piano
you are going to have to adorn yyur'
home, not mentioning all the ot..er
valuable prizes. |
lf you just heed the advice of the
fairy there is no reason on earth why
you should not be one of eleven winners of these prizes.
Cinch This Opportunity.
Now is the ume to secure a st; on?
hold on this opportunity.    Don't, wall
until   tomorrow   to   get     your     name
amongst the list of nominations,   Dj
it  today,  lor it has olten   been  said (
thai opportunity never knocks at tne
same door twice, and who knows this
may  be  your one  great,  opportunity.
Remember it costs nothing to participate.    Fill in the nomination blank j
on  this page of the  News  and  sen I
to us.    Vou ate then a candidate.    By
doing this you are under no obligation!
whatever.    Vou simply commence sea-
ing y6ur friends to get t.iem to vote
for  you.    Think  what a profit  would
be  voiiis should you  win any 01  the
pi ux's.
it you do not care to nominate
yourself, nominate some l'rii nd. V0.1
are doing them a favor and it will !>.'
appreciated, The nomination ballot
will  count   for  L000 votes.
These prizes are gifts from the
Westminster News, and we mean it
when we say they will lie given away
absolutely free.
Instructions for Voting.
Enter the name of the young lady
whom you wish to secure one of th i
valuable prizes in this contest at
once. Better still, get the young lady
to enter her name, and th"n vote
for ber. Those who get lt at the Stan
have tbe best chance of winning, so
it is desirable that tbe names be entered at once. Candidates who enter this contest do not neces arily
have to be subscribers to this paper.
Knter your name, and your friends'
will do the rest.
The District.
In order to give every candidate
an equal chance to become the possessor of one of theBe valuahle prizes
the territory has been divided into
three districts as follows:
Distiict No. 1���All territory west of
east side of Sixth street, within New
Westminster  city  limits.
Distiict No. 2���All territory east of
west side of Sixth street, including
Sapperton.
Dislii-t No. S���All territory covered
by thc Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
The Prizes.
Eleven in all. Two grand prizes and
nine district prizes will be divided
into the three districts as follows:
Thc candidate receiving the grea*-
est number of votes in the three districts oomhinprt wil1 be awnr'ef the
|1750  McLaughlin Buick touring car.
THE  CONDITIONS.
Any woman, married or
single, is eligible to compete
providing the conditions set
forth below are complied with.
Candidate must reside in the
district in which they are
competing. No candidate will
be allowed to transfer votes to
another after receiving them
for herself.
Every candidate must be
regularly nominated on blanks
printed in the Daily and Weekly News or a similar blank
furnished by the contest department.
No statement or promise
made by any solicitor, canvasser or agent varying from
the rules as set forth will be
��� recognized by the Daily News.
��� All coupons must be neatly
��� trimmed and fastened together
��� before sending them to this de-
��� partment or dropping them in
��� the ballot box or they will be
��� rejected.
��� No employee or member of
��� employee's family of the Daily
��� News can enter this contest.
��� All questions that may arise
��� will be determined by the cot)-
.   test manager and his decision
will be final.
��� All money paid to the   con-
.   testants on subscriptions must
��� be sent direct   to   the contest
��� manager.    We  will    acknowl-
��� edge receipt of all remittances
��� and special ballots will be   is-
.sued and forwarded to the can-
��� didate.
��� Contestants who live In one
��� district are not prevented from
��� securing votes or subscriptions
��� in any other locality as votes
��� are allowed on any  paid    or
��� ���   prepaid   subscription.     If   an
��� ���   order for a subscription is sent
��� ���   in with the money votes will
��� ���   be issued in favor of any con-
��� ���   testant that the    writer    may
��� ���   designate and be returned    to
��� ���   the subscriber or mai ed to tho
��� ��� candidate if desired. In no case
��� ���    will any change be made that
��� ���   is not of equal fairness to all
��� ���   candidates.
��� ���       The News reserves the right
��� ���   to make any changes of addi-
��� ���    tions  to  the above  conditions
��� ���   that may be deemed necessaiy
��� ���   in the interest of the contest-
��� ���   ants.
��� .        In accepting nominations all
��� .    candidates    must  accept    and
��� .    agree to the above conditions.
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Body���Very    carefully   designed   for  Springs���Kasy scroll K.liptlc on rear,
comfort and  beauty of outline. seml-Flllptlc on front.
Kxtra large doors easy of access.
Seats���Five ps^ssengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-huffed   leather;
easy    spring    backs    und    spring
cushions.
Wheel Base���Hit! inches.
Gauge���5�� inches.
Tires���3%x32 quick detachable.
Frame���I'rcsscd    steel       'iVi    Inches
drop.
Horse Power���;>6.
Cylinders���Four with  valves In head.
1x4 inches.
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water, centilfugal pump and
fan
Carburetor��� "Scheblet"  automatic.
Lubrication���Splash system. gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically.
Motor Control���On  top    of    steering;
wheel.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bionzo    and
hardened steel plates.
Drive���Shaft.
Color���Dark blue with gray wheels,
or all cherry red.
Brakes���Two on rear    hub,    internal   Iqnition���inm- spark,
expanding;   also external  contract-  Current  Supply���"Splltdorf"  Magneto
l,lg 1     and dry cells.
Price���$1750 fo.b. factory, including oil tail and side lamps, two gas head   lamps, horn, wheel Jack, pump and
tool equipment, robe rail, rail in tonneau, half length foot rail ln front.   Top and glaBs front.
2nd Grand Prize-the
$500 Weymouth Piano
THAT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE NEWS IS ONE OF THE
BEST MADE IN CANADA AND IS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY THE CO-
LUMBIA PIANO HOUSE IS NOW ON DISPLAY AT THEIR STORE, 425
COLUMBIA STREET.
VOTE COUPON
Good  'or Face Value in the
Ml\ NEWS $3,000.00 (����� Co��p��n com^\
1   10 VOTES   J
The News Will Give    j
Three Scholarships, Free
IN THK
WESTMINSTER   MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Columbia  Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
This Modern Business Schoal ask*
your candid consideration ol the excellent advantages afforded by the
institution to acquire a substantial
foundation for success In life. It ia
well equipped, thoroughly organized,
honestly conducted Business Bchool,
progressive and modern in its methods, and thoroughly Up-to-date ani
complote In  its equipment.
Tliene are for eluht months' tuition,
and are worth $98.00 earh. S01110
lucky candidates wlll  win tliem.
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST   J
1
Good until June 19, 1911
J
FOR MISS OR MRS.
Address	
DISTRICT NO	
Coupons must be in ballot box  before   expiration   date  and   trimmed
or they will  not  be  counted.
The Three Handsome
Solid Gold Watches
Will also be given away by the News, one of them for each of the three
lists. They were purchased from T. Gifford, Westminster's most reliablo
jeweler, and can be seen at his store, Columbia street.
The Three $75.00 Furniture Sets
that The News will Give Away
Were purchased from GALLOWAY & LEWIS, Westminsters progressive
furniture dealers, and they can be seen at their store, 401-403 Columbia
Street, corner  Fourth  street.
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Daily  News by Carrier���
Three months. $1.00 D00
] Six months.  $2.00    1,500
Twelve months, $4.00 4.000
] Two years, $8.00   10,000
| Three  years,   $12.00    20,000
Four years, $18.00    40,(inn
Five years,  $20.00    80,000
For ten years subscription
will allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subscription
will allow 200,000 votes.
Daily News by mail���
Six  months, $1.50   1,500 votes
Twelve months, $3.00 4,000 votes
Two years, $6.00   10,000 votes
Three years, $9.00    20t000 votes
Four years, $12,00    40,000 votes
Five years, $15.00    80,000 votes
to the  Daily News by carrier at $4.00, wo
votes
votes I
votes|
votes
votes!
votes!
votes
to the Daily  News by mail, at $30.00,  we
WEEKLY   NEWS  SCHEDULE  OF VOTES.
One years. $1.00   500 votes
Two years, $2.00 1,500 votes
Three years, $3.00   3,000 votes
Four   years,  $4.00    4)0oo votes
Five years, $5.00   5 000 vote3
For ten years subscriptions to the Weekly News at $10.00 we will give
16,000  votes.
Prospective
Candidates
WISHING INFORMATION CALL UP
THE DAILY NEWS CONTEST MAN
AGER,  AND  A   REPRESENTATIVE
WILL CALL.
Nomination Ballot
This ballot, when  properly filled  out  and  brought  or mailed to
the office of the Daily News will count for
ONE THOUSAND VOTES.
Name of Candidate	
Street   No	
City	
District No	
Only one of these ballots,will be placed to the credit of any one
candidate.
Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care of The Daily News, 'Phone, L 22 ^WEDNESDAY, JUNE  14. 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
St���Take notice that I, C. John
Moose  Jaw,    Saskatchewan,
��tion carpenter, intends to apply
Briuissii.ii  to  purchase  the    fol
described lands:  Commencing
'post planted at the southeast sido
lie south end of Head Island and
Ithe northeast coi ner of T. L. 37602
see  west 80 cbalns, thence north
chains,  thence    east    8u chains,
|nce  south    40 chaiiw,   containing
acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
fDated April 10th, 1911.
)AST LAND DISTRICT���District cf
' CoaBt���Take notice that I, James
Ifalker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
ccupation broker, Intends to apply
��r permission to purchase the fo'.-
)wing described lands: Commencing
a post planted 20 chains west of
be southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
stand, thence north 80 chains, tin u-u
east 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence following
���bore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAME8 WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April Cth, 1911.
30AST LAND DISTRICT���DlBtrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Emma
[Dick, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
(.man icil woman, Intend to apply for
J permission to purchase the following
Mesci ibed lands: Commencing at a
Jpost planted at the southeast corner
|��f   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.
1 EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
I'   Dated April 12th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
block  5   (except the  roadway), lu
the City of New Westminster.
WhereaB  proof of the  loss of  certificate of title number 3352A, issue 1
in the name of Mary E. Williams, has
point on the westerly shore of Green i been flled in this office,
lake, which point is situate about] Notice ls hereby given that I sha'l
sixty (CO) chains south-westerly from i at the expiration of one month from
the northerly end of the said Green the date of the first publication here-
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence iof, in a daily newspaper published in
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains I the City of New Westminster, issue a
more or '.ess to the shore of Greeu duplicate of the said certltlcate, unless
lake, thence northerly following thej,n the meantime valld objection bo
shore of Gren lake to the point of I made to me in writing,
commencement, containing one   nun-j C. S. KEITH,
and sixty   y.60)  acres more or
dred
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22,  1911.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New YvTestmin-
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purohase the
following described lands:
Commencing nt a  post planted  on
the east bank of the Cheakamous rlv
ICOAST LAND DISTRICT���DlBtrict Cl
COAST���Take notice that I, George
lOsborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, intend to apply for
|,l>ermiB8lon to purchase the following
[.described lands: Commencing at 4
Jpost planted 10 chains north of the
(���southeast corner of lot 111, thence
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
���thence west 60 chains, tbence north
B0 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated Aprll 13th, 1911. 	
lands
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles    from    Haslam    Lake,    ihence
er, about two chains north    of    the 1"'!   ?i��   ^"'"U1!!,!11? . *?���'   8��
mouth of Marble Creek,   and    about I cha'"8' U"mC- norlh 80 chalnB'thence
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and mat ked North
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river: thence east
forty chains', thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John Greer, Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
LAND  REGI8TRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as tbe owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax  Sale Deed   from   Edward
MIRACULOUS RESULTS
inmmm, cr
GIN PILLS Brought Relief
"I suffered untold misery even when
under treatment from the best doctors
for over ten months, and nothing seemed
to do me any good or relieve mv painful
condition. My trouble was Inflammation of Kidneyi and Bladder.
I fi nally determined to go to the Victoria
Hospital, Halifax ,for treatment.
Two days, however, before my intending departure, a neighbor called and
happening to have a GIN PILL in
i"i P001"*' insisted on my taking it. I
did so and six hours after taking it the
results and benefits I derived were
���imply nothing more or less than miraculous. Instead of going to the hospital,
I sent for a box of GIN PILLS with the
result that I am a cured man. I recommend GIN PI I.L.S to everyone suffering
from Kidney Trouble."
Lkwis MacPhrrson.
chant, intend to apply for permission       Take GIN PII.LS  on  our  positive
to   purchase   the   following  described    guarantee that they will cure you or
'""'" money promptly refunded.   50c. a box
���6 for I2.50���sent on receipt of price
if your dealer does not handle GIN
PILLS. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug aud Chemical Co.,
Dept.  B C , Toronto. 62
The original
Oln Pills made by
National Drug-and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only la this box.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict of  New  Westminster.���Take    notice    that    I,  H.    M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
mms mm
PACT WITH AUSTRALIA
8POKANE EXCURSION TO AUSTRALIA PLANNED FOR JANUARY���ALSO VI8IT NEW ZEALAND.
east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
J. C'. I /v fc
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District o.' New Westm.n-
ster��� 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 mile east or T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains,  thence   south   80   chalnB,
Ashley Wilmot, Assessor of Dykes  t0lthence eaBt 80 chalns t0 th,e point ot  L 508> Residence phone 601.
Edwin John Bond, bearing date 'the   "mencement   "d   containing    640
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
Spokane, Wash., June 13.���Arrangements have been completed by
the Spokene chamber of commerce
for a trade excursion to Australia and
New Zealand, leaving the Pacific
coast in January, 1912, on which tho
federal government, the states and
territories and commercial organizations throughout the union will be In
vited to send representatives. The
party will be limited to 100.
R. J. Maclean, secretary of the Spokane chamber, announces tbe purposes of the excursion, which will oc-
cup 90 days, of which 40 days will be
passed in visiting the various cities.
To study the municipal governments of the cities; to study the
trade and commerce of tbe countries
visited; to encourage and develop
reciprocal trade relations between the
United States and Australia and New
Zealand; to strengthen the bond of
friendship and goodwill between tho
people of the United States and the
people of the countries visited; to extend a cordial invitation to the gov-
/ SHERIFF'S    SALS.
Of     Groceries,     Hardware,     Hon*;
nig*, Etc.���Leeson, Dickie Groat A.
Company vs. Frederick 8ortman.
Under and by virtue of an order ot
the Hon. Mr. Justice Clement, made
herein, Iwill offer for sale by public auction on Monday the Nineteenth day of June, 1911, at eleven
o clock in the forenoon, at Port Mann
grocery, Yale road, all of the stock
in trade of the defendant consisting
in part of groceries, feed, hardware,
tobacco, cigars, a small quantity of
gents furnlBhlngs, etc, etc., the invoices of which amount to $1750.00.
also two horses, two delivery wagons
one democrat, one single buggy one
wagon, two seta of harness. Bids will
be received at tbe sale for the stock
In bulk, at a percentage on the dollar, based upon the Inventory and
Stock Sheets which can be seen upon
application at the Sheriffs office, New
Westminster, and at tbe store Yalo
road.
The horses, harness and riga will
be sold separately.
Terms of sale cash.
Dated this 12th of June, 1911.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Sheriff, County of Westminster.
:OAST LAND DISTRICT���District 0
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at *
ost planted at the southwest corner
T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
ence north 20 chains, thence west
t(} chains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, thence soutli
chains, thence east 20 chains,
ttence south 40 chains, containing
acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   16th,  1911. __
bOAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes
4ck, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
jarrled woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at s
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chalnB, thence south 40 chains,
thence eaBt 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
"Dated Aprll  16th, 1911.	
��AST    LAND    WSTRICT-Dl|trlct
,f Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta   oo-
-cupation real estate, intends to apply
ffor permission to purchase the    fol^
"owing described lands:  Commencing
It a post planted BOutheast comer ot
"on to point of commencement, con-
#ninina 320 acres more or less,
tainln. ^^ H0WARD DICK.
Bert Warren,  Agent.
'   Dated April 16th, 1911. ���
���asT LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
C��AJL,_��,w�� notice that I. Hannah
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly
ing and being in the District of New
Westminster, ln the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 59, sub
division of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
ln the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being flled within such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
tbe said land, and 1 shall register Edwin John Bond as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby order tbat publica
tion of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published ln New
Westminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Brit
lsh Columbia, this Sth day ot May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davles  Estate.
1 acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
�� P' ��� f<?hnJ?,on'   buBlMM   *zent of- ernments of New Soutb Wales   Vic-
flee, malr's Cigar store. Office phone  torla.   South   Australia,   Queensland,
i   Western Australia and New Zealand
���   ~~, and  the  chambers of commerce   01
I Australia and New Zealand   to send
representatives to study the progress
Notice is hereby given that Letters of the United States, to the end that
of Administration to the    estate    of  Australasia  and   the   United   States
Elizabeth   Ann   Scott  deceased  into-' may be brought into closer commer-
state,  late of  Westminster Junction,! cial relation,
were granted by the Supreme Court |    "We believe this will be one of the
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
TRICT���District of New  Westminster.���Take notice that I. R. B. Fran
els, of  Vancouver,    occupation    mec-i ...   nri.luh   r��.i,,,��,_.!..   i��� ~ ��. . .' ,"' ~ """   '"' '"*" "����� luw
chant, intend to apply for permission SLn'SSa ^STats ^JS^L �� 2��?   important   excursions   of   lu
to  purchase  the following  described   ScoU t^ sofb Mav ?qi^ ��- T^-S * "V Xet at,tem,pted * ���** ����"**.
sscott, tbe 30tn May, 1911, and all per- cial organization in tbe United
sons having any claims or demands ! States," said Edwin T. Coman head
against tbe said Elizabeth Ann Scott of the chamber of commerce' "and
who died at the City of New West-, we have also every reasofl to' think
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are that lt will be attended by represen
required on or before the let day of tatlve business men from all over tbo
July, 1911, to send by post prepaid country
or to deliver to the undersigned solid-1 The Spokane chamber of commerce
tors of the said John Reece Scott and has been assured by an official of the
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators, government of New South Wales that
their names and addresses, and full its invitation to the various
lands
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
tbence north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.
Duncan
May 2, 1911.
B.  FRANCIS,
O'Hara,  Agent.
govern-
intend to apply for permission to
purchase 'the following described
lands:
particulars in'writing of their claims,  ments will be accepted and that   we
  and statement of their accounts veri-  shall have the pleasure of entertain-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-  "^ lfS?2����SK? i?1, n^VfS  In* �� "^ P<"ty Jn return"
TRICT-Distrlct ot New Westmin-  w tnem 8ecurltle3' �� ��"��*��� b^,
ster-Take notice that I   W. E. Fry,!     And take BOt,       h       f        h SCHOOLS BREED SNOBS,
?!.fLe,atV���e' JES?* .^��?J!:"��^r���0ketr:1 ^ of July, UU, the said John Reece SAYS KANSAS FARMER
Scott  and   Loftus  Robert  Scott  will 	
proceed  to  distribute  the  assets   of      Topeka,  Kan., June 13:.���That   the
r>*mm**���i���* _>���������������� ,a-t,.���t*A .v.������*Ith* BaW deceased among the persons high   schools  ot   Kansaa  and  other!
one X east ofA^lrtauSe a^T "ntltled thereto> hmvln�� "�����** ~��* ***? m ****** ��*��� ��* *oung
? ��MMenceSOdmfaa wi��t thence l? tbe clalm" of whlch they ,h��" P����P^ ^o Imagine they are made rf
L. 31562, thence 80 chatM west Uience  then have had noUce   an4 the       ld  superior clay la the
80 chains north, thence 80 chaina east,} - - - -
thence 80 chaina south to point o(
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19. 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 Jn the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster district
(a). Tbe name, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
Ing, Burquitlam, B. C, rancher.
(b). The.name or the lake, atream
or source (If unnamed, the description is)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).Tbe character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic���and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water Is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
ig). The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice waa posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner on the 'Mth day of July, IfiL
at 2:30 p. m.
(1). Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet���Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road. Bur-
quftlam, B. C; Mr. White, Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Green
road.
C. E. COTCHING,
Burquitlam, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Coast
-Take notice
Iluehler. of Calory, Alberta, occupa-
tion spinster, Intends M*^
,,ermlssion to purchase the ��110WH��
described lauds: Commencing at a
rented at the southeast corner
S?T L 31'92? thence west 80 chains
2eJceU.outh 80 chains thenoe ft
SO chains, thence W*"*^"
point    of commencement,   containini,
440 acres more bl��   mlRllLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Paled April 16th, 1911.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 In
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south half   of    Bectlon    18.
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certlflcate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me ln writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part ^er|��fkEITH(        ,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the fol_
lowing title deedg relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Diet let of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, Intend to apply fo'
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenee west
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.
WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
 : e* t.
John Reece Scott and Lottos Robert D. Coburn, secretary of th* Kansas
Scott, administrators, will not be state board ot agriculture, who here-
liable tor any debts or liabilities ot tofore haa devoted moat ot hts time
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott ot which and attention to wheat, tecs,
they shall not have then received and alfalfa. He aald:
notice '    "The snobbish tendencies tolerated.
Dated this 5th day of June, 1911.      lf  not  w*miUy   countenanced,  at
WADE,    WHEALLER.    McQUARRlE
A MARTIN,
Solicitors  for  John   Reece  Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott.
HOTlCE TO CONTRACTOR*.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANAL8, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
Notice to Contractor*.
Sealed  tenders addressed    to    the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender   __ ^      _
for construction of Hudson Bay Rail-   earthly" use  tc""the'world""tn   which
many of our more pretentious schools
where   everything  under  heaven   ta
taught but good manners, good English and work with tbe bands ls nauseating.
"The district school apes thta silliness because it imagines ft is imftat-
1ns the high school, the high school
does eo because it Imagines ft fs Imitating the college, and the college
must show its mettle by patterning
after what It supposes fs university
style.
"Result, a generation of swaggering, soft-palmed, basket-ball, pfnk tea
and bridge whist specialists, parasites  rather  than   producers, of   no
way,
until
.-ill be received at this office.
16 o'clock on Tuesday, the 1st
^AST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
C A    It    Tnke   notice   that   I,   James
Coast-Take  W>nu�� ��   Sa8|fatcbe-
A. Forrester, of Saapwra,���
��*-fflfffflSpg��ft.
Boone Keilln. Agent..
Dated April 19th, 1911.
  reiiu
same to tho undersigned.
a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
tbe crown to Farquhar McRM.
(b) Conveyance In fee from Far-
auhar Mdiae to Benjamin Stevenson
1 ,0 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to .1. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in fee under power of sale
contained ln mortgage.
all    21st Marcli, 1902
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benja
mln Stevenson. ..,->,im
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN
STON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
Conveyance
NEW       WBiB 1 IWinOl on      ur��..~      ������--���       ���- ��� -    ���r    -���  _#_��,��������   -IBS
TRICT-Distrlct of  New Westmln-  of August, for a section of about 185
sJr-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-.   miles   from   Pas  Mission  to  Thicket
of Vancouver,  occupation    merchant, | Portage
intend  to  apply  for    permission    to
purchase    the    following
la^nmencinK    at    a    post    planted: ^at^e office ofthe CMef Engineer
about one mile east   of T. L.
and   two  miles  from    Haslam
Ul IMfeC.
Plans, specifications  and   form   ot
described   contract to be entered into can    bo
seen  on and  after  Wednesday,  May
of    the    Department    of    Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
32451
?blc7��easnt"80 chains'ThTnce norti' o?""t.,e"cbTef Engineer of the Hudson
Kilns Veice weV 80 chains,! Bay Railway. Wlnnlp.f_et w*iob
thence south 80 chains to the point ot
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
commencement, and
acres more or less.
J. I, DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
Mny 2, 1911.
Wanted
they exist, and with a contempt or
pity���largely contempt���for those
who live by work. This fs not the
fault of the student, but of the atmosphere surrounding him ami
which he eventually helps to make
while obtaining what Is called his
education.
"Tbere seems to be lacking by the
school faculties either the disposition
or the ability to uphold a standard of
virile manhood and womanhood, and
give constant emphasis to the idea
that honest toll in whatever sphere
is honorable and useful and that lt is
gentle manners that make the world
better."
places  forms of  tender  may  be  ob-
contalning    640   tained.
Parties tendering will be required
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or to be prepared by the Department of Labor, which schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors are  reuuested  to bear
In mind, that tenders will not be considered  unless  made  strictly  in    accordance with the printed forms, and  biological  station at Fairport   is  bein the case of firms, unless tbere are  ing   conducted   a   series   of   experi-
I attached   the   actual   signature,    the  ments, which, if successful, will great-
A principal and other teachers for|nat,���e 0f  the occupation,  and  place   ly  reduce  the  value of fresh   water
���    "'and other 1 of residence 0f each member of   the   pearls.    Artificial    production of the
ic school,  flrm gems Is now being attempted by Dr.
State age and experience.]     A^ accepted t,anlc cheque for   tho   \v. P. Hen Ick, of New York city.
made payable   to      Dr. Herrick has made an exhaustive
' SEEKING TO GROW
COSTLY  PEARLS
Muscatine,  Iowa,  June  13.���At  the
.*. u  if ���r i��t "4  hlo-k "B" SU1)- A  principal  anrt otner  ieaci
Re Till   at  lot   li   group    2,   at the High school; a principal at
Boundary   Bay    mapg712    In   the teachers for the Girls' Public
Set of New Westminster. this city.    State age and exp                    ���.,.,..���.	
Whe eas proof of the loss of ce- send   testimonials  with   applications,   8um of $200)000.00
nnate of title number 9410F, Issued which will be received until June 22. L^ order of the M
the name of    Arthur   de    Brlssac r. LENNIE, ^esretary.        ana canals must a
fat Car ettepe at TrtMewa,
Near Wtiwrtpaa, Man.
Sealed  tender*  addressed  to    the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope "Tender tor Shops" will be received at the ofiice of   the   Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon,
of tbe 11th day of July, 1911, for the
construction   and   erection   complete,
in accordance with the    plans    and
specifications  of  the  Commissioners,
of shops eaat of Winnipeg.
Plans, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr. Cordon 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 the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
bad on application to Mr. W. J. Press.
Mechanical  Engineer, Ottawa,  Ont.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the 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 the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway
for the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars  ($100,000).
The cheque deposited by the party
whose tender is accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as security far the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to Its terms.
Cheques deposited by patties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the signing ot
the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911.
Newspapers inserting    this    advertisement without authority  from the
j PALMER
I GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4 to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
tiflcate
Owen, has'been fl'.ed in this office^
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing. ^^
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,    New  West
minster, B. C, May 9. 1911.
Minister of Railways  study of the growth of pearls and has   Commissioners will not be paid for it.
he   thinks
I Local Agents
I Westminster Iron Works
Phone 53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
COAL
New
j Wellington
accompany each ten- Several theories which
der which sum will be forfeited if prove tbat the mussel may be so
the party tendering declines entering treated that the growth of pearls
Into contract for the work, at the may be controlled by science,
rates stated in the offer submitted.    1     The  Japanese, Dr.  Herrick  states,
The cheques thus sent in will be Bay that they have solved the prob-
returned to the respective contractors lem. He is loathe to believe that
whose tenders are not accepted. they have been successful.
The cheque of the successful ten-      The pearl, he states, ls a growth
TENDERS.
_ IN ���
THB DAILY NEWS.
b
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
Masonic Temple Building.
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Ten
der for General  Work"   (heating    or
electric lighting, aa the case may be),
and addressed to   the    undersigned,
dew"wilfbe"hefd as security, or part which results from the presence of a^will be received up to 5 p.m. of Wed-
Becurity  for the due fulfilment of tho  foreign substance in the mussel, and  nesday, 21st June, 1911, for the erec-
contract to be entered into. he believe the Introduction of a for-  tlon and completion of Masonic Tem-
The lowest or any tender not neces-  eign article can be so controlled that  pie, Agnes Street, New Westminster,
sarlly accepted. the growth will be facilitated.     The  B. C.
By order, | dense shelly concretion  is composed      Plans and specifications can be ob-
L. K. JONES, ' of  nacre  deposited  in   thin   concen-  tained on  application  to  the    archl-
Secretary.     trie  layers  about  some  foreign   ar-  tects.   The lowest or any tender not
Department of Railways and Canal3   tide such as the dead body of eggs  necessarily accepted.
Ottawa, May 26, 1911. of a parlslte worm, and may be with-  GARDINER, MERCER ft GARDINER
(Newspapers  Inserting  this  ad ver-  in or beneath the mantle or'attached Architects.
tisement without authority from the to the shell. \ New Weatmlnster.   ,
Department wlll not be paid for It.)
i ILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1t11.
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Do you
want to
City News
swing
?
We liave
Hammocks
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
The quarterly meeting of the
liceuse commissioners will be he.d
this evening at the city hall. j
One of the directory publishers ln
Vancouver  estimates   the   population
of this city to be 15,678.    As his al-
I lowance Is usually a generous one. It
is very doubtful if the Dominion een
sus will show such a large figure.
The moonlight excursion arranged
by tbe Epworth league of Queens
avenue church for Friday next has
been indefinitely postponed, owing to
another engagement of the steamer
Paystreak, which was to have conveyed the party to Ladner.
The Mouse of Quality and Low Prices
Going Camping or
Staying Home ?
Unusual chance to secure a sixty
acre tract on the famed Pitt Meadows. See Kennedy Bros., Ltd., Columbia and Begbie street, over Merchants bank. **
Repairing    neatly    and
done by James McMilliam at Sinclair'.4
The pollce  gathered ln  some
picious characters who were hanging
around the circus yesterday, and be
lievlng that prevention is better than
cure, gave the suspected members a
rest In the station house.   No charge
will be laid against the youths, but
as the clrcua is due to open in Bell
promptly I ingbam this afternoon it would be advisable If they  took the opportunity!
shoe store.
������ I to recro8s the border.
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "la that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy In one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
$0i
INSURANCE
RANGES
Just received a
carload of the
famous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
An Important meeting of ths
Trades and Labor council has been
called for tonight at the Labor Temple, when officers will be nominated
for the annual election to be made
at the next meeting. The millworkers'
union will be represented by delegates for the first time.
The new McLaughlin-Buick automobile purchased lor the lire cnitf
yesterday made the run from the post
office to the corner of Fourth street |
in one minute and thirty-five seconds,
it is a car from the same makers
which the Daily News is giving awaV
ln competition, so that ladies shoul,1
rememuer  its  speed  possibilities.
The passenger list of the Virginian,
due in Liverpool tolay, Includes the
names of t'ie following Westminster
residents wbo are en route for the
coronation: Mrs. Drew, Miss Drew,
Miss Ethel Dauphlnee, Miss Villa
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Major, Mis. Co\er-
-dale Watson und Miss Watson and
Miss K.  Watson.
Halrdressing, manicuring, massaging; room 5 Market block, over iln liter's.   Pbone 870. **
Whi'e being taken to the asylum
here, Robert Rodgers tried to commit suicide on the steamer Hazelton
near Kitsumkalum. He gashed bis
arm in two places with a sharp knife,
severing an artery from which be
bled profusely. The special officer
discovered him in his berth with his
arm bleeding, and with the aid of stewards the wounds were bound up. He
was taken to the hospital and Is
thought will recover.
Gootfrled Rodigues. the Dutch
pedestrian, who is on a walking tour
round the world, had to alter his p ana
to deliver two lectures here on Monday and last evening, but Manager
McCaig, of the opera house, yesterday
morning signed the Dutchman to a
contract by the terms of which Rodl
goes will speak at length on Friday
ind Saturday upon his travels, and
as he Is a linguist of no mean order
wlll sing in four languages to th-3
audience.
Jumes McMilliam, the shoemaker,
late of Carnarvon and McKenzie
streets, has removed to Sinclair's
Bhoe store, where he will be glad to
see all his old customers.
Favored by brilliant weather yesterday, the ladles connected with
Sixth avenue Methodist church held
a highly successful social at Moody
square on behalf of the building fund.
The crowds who visited the circus
throughout the day materially assist
ed in the good work organized by the
ladies aid and although a large supply of delicious ice cream was sold
out before noon, this vas replenished
and at eleven o'clock fn the evening,
tasty decorations all set off by Chinese lanterns, kept the willing workers
at the stalls busy serving refreshments.
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
Mack's
No-Rub
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
We are sole agents
for the product.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
We can help you make yourself comfortable at
camp for little money by supplying your needs from
our well assorted stock of
CAMP FURNITURE
Matting  mats,    36x72    Inches,    in   neat   patterns.
Each  35c
Matting  squares, 6x9 feet; a good variety of colors
and designs.    Bach  ...,. $1.50
9x10  foot squares.    Each $2.40
Folding  camp stools   35c
Folding  camp chairs with back.    Eacb   50c
Heclining chairs.    Each  $1.25
Folding arm chairs.   Each $1.75
Camp cots, all styleSj,.canvas   and   wire   folders.
Each .. ���.,  $1.75 to $5.00
Felt Mattresses For Cots
Roll up into a small bundle.   Each   $2.50
Wood fibre mattresses  with cotton  felt    top,    for
cots.    Each    $1.75
/
Grey Blankets In All Sizes
Six pould blanket.   Each $2.95
Grey  flarfnefette hlankets, all sizes.   From $1.25
Pillows, all feathers.    Each   75c
Ne can make the dog days of summer more pleasant for those not going to the seaside, by supplying
the necessary articles for the porch or lawn.
E
Sea grass chairs, in n variety of patterns. Ech $3-25
Sea grass settees  $8.00 and $6.90
Porch swings $15.00
Folding poroh chairs, hardwood slat seat and hack.
Will last for years.    Each    $1.35
Bamboo screens, natural finish; will not fade; comfortable  with ropes and pulleys:
4 feet wide by 8 feet long    60c
6 feet by 8 feet.    Each   90c
7 feet by 8 feet.    Each  $1.10
8 feet by 8 feet.    Each   $1.25
10 feet by 8 feet.   Each $1.65
LAWN SWINGS
Gliding settee with adjustable back; very strongly
made $17.00
We make awnings to any size, from green or red
striped duck. Phone 829 and our representative will
vail  und  give you an estimate.
FOLDING TABLES
Suitable for camp or porch; these fold Into a very
compact parcel and are easily carried about. $5.25
and   $2.50
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
WE SELL FOR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL          ��14.400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches througnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu ln London. England, New York, Ch'tago and Spokane,
D.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Dsrartment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW  WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES  FOR  SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
SPRING
Medicines
Muii's   Sersapariilt
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia SL '
New Westminster, B.C.
RACING AT MINORU PARK.
Third Day, Tuesday, June 13.
First face, $200, three year o Is anj
upwards (five furlongs)��� 1, Cheera
(116); 2, Don Franco Mil); 3, Hand
Satchel  (103),
Second race, $200, three year olds
(five furlongs)���1. Princess of Wales
(140.1; 2, Redan (116); 3, Sir Freiful
(116).
Third race, $200. three year old.i
and upwards (five furlongs)��� 1, Back
Bay (102); 2, Third Chance (107); 3,
Bit of Fortune (110).
Fourth race, $200, four year olds
and upwards (six and one half furlongs 1���1, Ada Meade M04): 2, Jack
Paine  mod);  3. cieo^nt  (107Jr.
Fifth race, $200, three year olds
and upwards (seven furlongs) ��� 1 Iur
gin (100); 2. Judge Henderson (116);
3. Jessupburn (112).
Sixth race, $200. three year olds
and upwards (one mile and severity
yards)���1. virgie cn��*" ttf>\- ���>, mj.
Bouquet (111);  3, Eddie Graney.
Wells Climbs Higher. |
Boston,    Mass.,    June    13. ��� Matt j
Wells, lightweight champion of Eng.
land, soundly whipped Pal Moore, th<?|
famous  American  boxer, in  this city
tonight,   the   verdict   in   the   visitor's
favor at the conclusion of the twelve
scheduled rounds    being   a foregone
conclusion.    Wells    starfe 1    at even
money, as his opponent had recently
been showing greatly improved form,
and    was    expected    to    make    the:
Britisher travel for the honors. Wells,:
however,   made  every  round  a  win
j ning round, and at the close of    tho:
! hotly   contested   bout   retfted   to  bin
��� dressing  room  almost   as    fresh    a^'
when  he  left   it   for  the    ring-.    The
I winner is. in  the    opinion    of   good
j judges   who  witnessed  the   bout    to
j nlghl.  a   sound   proposition  to    sp-;d
: again  Wolgast  for  the  title.    Wells'
manager said    at  the    close of thc
show that he Intended taking his Tad
to  San, FranciBco  to  challenge    the
winner of the July 4 bout for world's
title,  and  would  post  $5000    forfeit
money.
Selected  Lots
A list of city lots selected to
meet the needs of those looking for a good building site
at a reasonable  price
and on easy terms
(661)���Eighth Avenue, three
lots within five minutes of
city car line; high an.l dry;
$750 each;  one-third cash.
(622)���Princess street .large lot
on north side of this street
for $700; one-third cash, balance to arrange.
(681)���Facing Moody square,
two lots almost cleared,
handy to both city and interurban car lines;  $<i00 each.
(680)���Sherbrooke street, close
to school site and park. Prico
$550;   terms to arrange.
(682)���Fifth street, cleared lot
with lane at rear; $!)00;
terms one-third cash, balance
lo arrange.
(651)���Princess street, medium
sized lot near Sixth street for
$750;   terms  to  arrange.
(732)���First street and Seventh
avenue, three choice lots ln
a rapidly improving locality,
close to new school site;
$700 each; one-third cash,
balance to arrange.
LIME JUICE
LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.    \
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
J    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
��� CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN  TORIC  BIFOCALS.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:45,  and   every
fifteen  minutes thereafter uniil 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and everv
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7 20   am
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m. '
LULU   ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and everv hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    000
a.m.,  1:05, 4:05 and 0:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
tSTMUSIltD
MCOTOMTtD
f . 1 Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
No Sailing June 12th and 19th to Prince Rupert.
No Sailing June 17th and 24th to Victoria and Seattle.
Twin Screw Steamships.
��� "PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
l'j.�����l��V3l Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12 MIDNIGHT
For Stewart Thursday.,
For Prince Rupert  Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith. Massett
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Special excursion rates in the East via the Grand Trunk System
double track route.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527   Granville   Street,   Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
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