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 Lire INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER.
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~^-~~;  Prutffpt Settlement of Losses.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
New  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 81.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CBNTB.
'.or���--
VERDICT GIVEN IN
COQUITLAM LAND DEAL
IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE ACTION ENDS���COURT DISMISSES
CASE AGAIN8T McQUARRlE
BROS. IN C. P. R. NEGOTIATION
ASSAULT FOREMAN
DURING HIS WORK
In Vancouver yesterday in the
supreme court Mr. Justice Clement
handed down his decision ln the action brought by A. A. Mercer and
John K. Langan (representing C. P.
R. interests) against McQuarrie Bros.,
of this city, for specific performance
of an option for the sale of certain
hind, now estimated to be valued ar,
over u quarter of a million dollars, in
Coquitlam municipality, being the
Donald McLean ranch.
The case has occupied four days lu
bearing. Upon the conclusion of th*
cuse the judge said he did not desire
to hear Mr. Taylor (for defendants),
though be would like Sir Charles
Tupper tto address him for the plaintiffs.
The Judgment.
His honor in part said:
"Tbis Is an action on the pleadings
asking for specific performance of an
agreement by all the owners for the
sale of the property in question for
tho sum of $70,000 brought against
the parties who signed the option,
and the assignee of the Keary two-
fifths interest. Apparently that was
the idea of the solicitors concerning
tbe case at the time, that this was
nn option which required confirmation
by Keary.
"I think that is exactly what lt was,
and that lt never was ratified, or can-
firmed, by Keary. This Is not an action for specific nerformance of an
agreement to sen three-fifths for
three-fifths of the amount named in
the option. As a matter of fact, no
such agreement was ever made. To
my mind, it is entirely beside the
mark to suggest that the two Mc-
Quarrles and Bowler would have been
quite willing to sell their three-fifths
for three-fifths of the amount named
ln the option. They may, or may
not. have been willing. It Is suggested that they would not have been I
willing to make a deal, If 1 may use
that expression, to which their co-
owner was not a party. However,
that may be, It seems to me It ls a
matter of perfect indifference; no
such proposition was ever made to
the McQuarrtes and Bowler aa    that
W. PATERSON AND BOY SET ON
BY ROUGHS IN SOUTH VANCOUVER���SUPPOSED CONNECTION WITH 8TRIKE.
Vancouver, Juno 9.���Yesterday
afternoon the foreman ln charge of
the construction of an apartment
block on Twenty-first uvenut', South
Vancouver, was badly beaten and
seriously hurt by a gang of men.
This tn<"\ w. Paterson, was at
work on the veiamiuh of the building
when the gang came along, threw
him off the steps, and one man struck
blm with a piece of scantling. Ap
parently the gang formed strike
| sympathizers.    A  boy was also hurt.
The unfortunate man's T.ound required eight stitches, he being removed for treatment to the general
hospital.
No arrests have yet been  made.
Brickyard Dispute Ends.
Chicago, June 8.���Settlement of the
lockout in the brickyards, which has
kept the building industry ln Chicago
in an unsettled condition for the lust
thirty days, is expected today. Building contracts aggregating $40,000,000
have been held up and 40,000 men In
the building trades have been Idle as
a result of the brickmakers' trouble,
The settlement, it ls said, will be in
the nature of a compromise on u
wage scale.
PROPOSAL TO BRIDGE
CHANNEL OE ERASER
ESTIMATE OE DEAD
DAILY INCREASES
EARTHQUAKE SHOCK PROVES
SERIOUS AFFAIR ��� DESTRUCTION FOLLOWS IN WAKE OF
DISTURBANCE   EVERYWHERE.
Mexico City, June fl.���The estimate
last evening of tbe dead in the earth
quake was 153. The number of injured is unknown. The town of
Zapotlan  was  badly  Injured,  a num-
VANCOUVER SEEKS TO SWITCH
DELTA BUSINE8S FROM THI8
DISTRICT���PETITION FOR AID
TO  CONSTRUCTION.
An Important resolution In favor of
u hridge over the main channel of
the Eraser Kiver, was adoptc d at ri
meeting In Vancouver yesterday
morning.
The resolution is as followR-
"Whereas, It Is most desirable in
the general interest of the districts
of 'Delta and Richmond and of tbe
city of Vancouver, that there should
be established more directcommuni-
cation between these points;
"Whereas, lt ls considered that
such communication may be best effected by the construction of a line
of tramway from Vancouver to Ladner;
"Whereas, the route considered
most suitable to effect this object is
by continuing the existing line on
tho Fraser River road forward to and
across the North Arm of the Fraser
and thence across Lulu Island to a
point at or near Woodwards;
"Whereas, It would be necessary
that the South Arm of the Fraser
river channel should be bridged
to complete the connectfbn from
WcodwardB's to the Delta.
"Whereas, the Municipality of Delta alone contains about 40,000 acres
of the best agricultural land in the
province, and
"Whereas, it is quite certain, that
APARTMENT BLOCK
IN VIEW ON SIXTH
PURCHASE IS MADE BY VANCOUVER CAPITALISTS OF FINE
FRONTAGE TO 8IXTH STREET
ABOVE THIRD AVENUE.
An Important real estate deal attained completion yesterday through
Reid, Curtis and Dorgan of this city,
and Clements and Heyward of Vancouver, as a result cf which Vancouver capitalists acquired for about $14,-
000 the property facing Sixth street,
between Thirl avenue and Lancaster street, known as the Smith and
Bucklund estate.
On this property are some six residences", which will not be disturbed
at the present time, though lt ls the
ultimate intention to erect an apartment block on the estate.
Tbe sale of seven and a half acres
on the Eburne line in district lot 155
has been completed through Reid,
Curtis and Dorgan for $9000 to a syndicate this week. The same fl-m has
also sold eleven and a half acres on
the North road, part of which is
cleared, and close to ^ Stave lake
power line, to an Alberta visitor for
$500 an acre.
CAPTAIN 8EARS ACQUITTED
OF MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE
Victoria, June !).���Within five minutes from retiring the Jury found a
verdict of not quilty against Captain
  ,     Albert A. A. Sears, for manslaughter
such a bridge would be of great pub-  at the asglze ve8terday, and he was
lie benefit and would tend to the en-  discharged
hancement of the value of land by ,    Captaln Sears was ,��� ch        of th
encouraging  settlement  and   the  ex-  Iro(,uols, which was ,ost on Anrl, 10
tension of dairy farming, all of which  wlt��� twenty pagseni,ergi and the ca8e
are at present stagnant  for want of  aHeged  crImlM,   negligence  on    his
CLUE TURNS UP
IN MURDER CASE
MRS. JOBES' POCKETBOOK FOUND
IN VACANT LOT NEAR BURRARD INLET WATERFRONT-
NO FURTHER  DISCOVERIES.
BOARD SQUABBLES
OVER INSURANCE
PLACING OF SCHOOL PROTECTION POLICIES LEAD8 TO ACRIMONIOUS MEETING OF TRUSTEES���BITTER  WORDS  USED.
Rumors that Henry Jobes had been
seen in  Vancouver    reached    official
headquarters   in   Westminster    early
yesterday morning, and Chief Brad-..
shaw with one of the sons of    tho  tees w,'��n8led over the matter which
murdered woman, made a hurried trip   nas   b*cn   worrying;  Trustee    R.   A.
For the greater part of three hour��
yesterday evening, the members ot
the Westminster board of school tru��-
to the Terminal City
It appears that a man clearing a
lot at the corner of Carl and Alex
ander streets, near the B. C. Sugar
refinery, found a woman's pocket
book, which has since been Identified
as the property of tbe murdered
woman.
This is now ln  the possession of
Stoney since the previous sitting. At
that meeting this member had asked
that the secretary bring forward a
statement showing how the insurance
policies had been placed with tlte
various companies in tbe city. In
the answer given by Secretary Len-
part.
QUEEN   MARY'S GIFT
FROM  HER  NAMESAKES
readier access to the Vancouver mar
ket.
"Be it, therefore resolved, that, ln
the opinion of this committee, an
appeal should be made to the Provincial government to have an estimate made for the construction of London, June 8 ���Not to be out-
such bridge, and further, that the done in popularity by her royal con-
municipalities of Delta and Rich- sort, who has been presented with a
mond, the city of Vancouver, the Pro- splendid coronation gift by the
vlncial and Dominion governments "Georges of the Empire," Queen
be all asked to take a monetary in-1 Mary today has a cheque for $60,000,
terest in way of debentures or In such | the coronation remembrance of the
a manner as may be further agreed*;'Marys."    Her  Majesty received
the police, but exhaustive inquiries. nle' ow,ng t0 an aIle8��l misunder-
faile 1 to discover any further clue, standing, Stoney took it that Mr.
However the investigation wlll be re I Lennie had said an official of the
newed today in every hotel and board I Dominion Trust company had had
lng house, as well as along the water- charge of the patronage and had
front. { given out policies to auch  firms as
As Jobes was employed in coal he himself was either directly or in-
mines in Ills native county of. Dur-' directly interested ln. Acting on this*
ham In the north of England, and ai' Mr- Stoney demanded to know why
he is said to be an expert in the busi , this favoritism was being shown.
ness, the police officers ln Nanaimo Trustee Peck, who had acted as chair-
and Ladysmith are keeping a close man in the absence of Mr. Trapp, was
watch In those cities, as good work I b>' his position prohibited from tak-
men in tbe pits are always in demand ln& the floor to speak against the
there, and there is Just the chance suggestions brought forward by Mr.
that Jobes may make a try to get Stoney, but the interim president
back to his original line of work in B��ve lt out that at the next meeting
the mines. he would have something to say on
the matter as he had been the chairman who had formulated the plan at
the Issue of policies on the school*.
Last evening all the members were
in their places with the exception of
Trustee Reid, and the meeting was
but a few minutes old when the matter was broacbed by Mr. Stoney, who
took exception to that part of the
minutes read by the secretary, which
made it plain that the secretary had
been backed up in his statements by-
other members of the board. There
was no seconder that that portion be
stricken from the report.
Stoney  Calls  Himself  Names.
During  a   wordy   warfare   between
the   secretary   and   Mr.   Stoney,   the
former  flatly contradicted the statements  made   by   the  trustee,   which
LAURIER OPPOSES
AUTOMONY CHANGE
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S MOTION
FOR 8TANDING COMMITTEE
WITHDRAWN���THE ADVISORY
BODY ONLY SUGGESTED.
they should sell three-flfths for three-1 hfr ��l h.1UBe" beJ"B deBtr��yed. and B
fifths .t the amount named in    the]church  thrown  down.
���ptton.
A* I trnr. tha action being one tor
reement, ,
to sell    five-fifths    for    the    amount! J��* wh��"tbe earthquake .bocks were   form
named  In the option, the answer to '���"��� ������� today Is emitting- smoke and
tbe action ls that no such agreement  ^Vft.    The towns of Tonila and San
was    ever   arrived    at.    Keary.    u,.-Andres were badly damatsel by    the
fourth  owner, -declined  ta agree    to. disturbance, parts of them being   de
London, June 9.���At the sitting ot
at! the Imperlal conference bere yesterday j brought   from   the   latter  the  hotly
upon in the construction   and opera-j Buckingham Palace a committee rep-  Secretary of State for the Colonies u'poured forth words; "Well, I suppose
tlon of such bridge." resenting the  Marys  of the Empire,  V. Harcourt's proposal    for    tbe ap-1 I am a liar.   1 may aa well as thla as
The scheme Is one of great Import    who presented the quean with   their 1 pointment  of   a  standing   committee  bave the trustees think it.   I maintain
ance to western people, who   would  coronation gift. \ was   withdrawn.     The  minister   had; that-the secretary aald la this room.
I find business diverted entirely to Van-1     Although  a  quarter  ot  a    million 1 suggested   tbat  the    committee     be  that T. R. Pearson, ot tbe Dominion
June 8.���Tho I couver  from  the   Delta  should    this \ visitors,  it ls estimated, are already 1 composed ot tbe respective high com \ Trust, had been handling tbe board's
GUttdftl*lBr*-   Mexico.   __     ._ _ ...    _..   	
.neMfif.1 Mr'fnlm��ni��'n'f MKreBnienti volM1io Collma became active yester-1 proposal  go  through   fn its   present | here   for   the   coronation,   merchants 1 missioners,   and   five   representatives'insurance business.    The minutes ot
*peC INC.     peilOlUlIinct     Ul    SU    ��6�� ""��"���'"���-|   . ��,1���,_   .ta.   *ar,*a������.l,.   al,r*r*\r*   n��.      t  -*A   1 ... : A. ... . I   trr.*,    **.*    r.r.1���.l.l     ..*l... 1 thla   Yar.*rA'*   na***i**m   mm.   .**,. ���a.
the option signed at  tho asylum    on
tbe evening of November 19.
"That In quite sufficient to dispose
of the case. The other branch is ono
ns to which I do not desire to express any settled opinion as to the
legal result. I do say this, as to tho
facts of the case, that I have no hesitation at all In accepting tbe evidence
of Mr. W. G. .McQuarrie as being a
substantially correct account of the
transaction throughout."
stroyed.
WINNIPEG   EDITOR
COMMITTED TO  ASSIZES
Winnipeg, June 8.���V. C. Maddock,
real estate dealer, brought an action
for defamatory libel today against
Knox Magee, editor of the Saturday
Post, a weekly sheet published here,
in connection with a campaign it is
engaged in against what it claims is
The Judge concluded by comments   the ���ndne .advertising of subdivisions
I and hotel men express disappointment I from the colonial office
| at the absence of the expected early I    Premier Laurier  was one
ot
Shipbui'c'ing Yards to Start.
Toronto, ,Ti-T>e 9-���A British Cana
dlan Shipbuilding Dock company has
been organized with a capital of $10,-
000. Sir Henry Pellltter is chairman.
and the site chosen is In the new
yards at Sydney, N.  B.
on the way In which the option was
Obtained, and Intimated the action
wns dismissed with costs.
S. S- Taylor, K.C, appeared for the
defendant"\V. G. McQuarrie, N. H.
McQuarrie and P. T. Bowler. ;
Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K. C,
E. V. Bodwei] K.C, J. R. Grant, W.
J. Whiteside and J. E. McMullen for!
the plaintiff.
of Winnipeg and the smaller western
cities.
Police Magistrate Daly has committed Mr. Magee to trial at next assizes.
NEW SAWMILL.
TRUSTEES COMPiETE
PURCHASE OF PROPERTV
rusb.
Temporary gates for the control
of the crowds on the procession days,
are being erected in all streets
through which the parades will pass.
These will be closed by the police
when the route is comfortably lined
with spectators.
1 tbis board's meetings are always mla-
the , construed and our secretary know Ine
Site Near Queens Park Now Acquired
���Exercises to Mark Coronation
Being Arranged.
MTST MM) CUEN
IfftP MEMQW Emu
WASHINGTON'S   SENATORS
FAVORABLE   TO   RECIPROCITY
Washington. June 8.���It Is becoming more and more apparent that
the two senators from Washington,
Senator Jones and Senator Poindex-
ter. will vote for the ratification ot
the Canadian reciprocity treaty.
When the measure was flrst presented to congress. Senator Jones expressed himself as tentatively ln favor of its adoption on the ground that
Pitt River   Company    Will    Replace
Their Plant with Fireproof Building.
The   president   of   the   Pitt River
Lumber company, .1. C Shields,    announces  that  construction  of  a new
j sawmill to replace that destroyed by j through a series of special exercises
flre on  Pitt  river  some months ago,! at Queens park on June 21, in honor
The board of school trustees transacted some important business
Trustee Trapp In the chair, last evening. The principals of tlie respective
scliool with the first assistants wera
appointed    a    committee    to    carry
will be commenced at once. Tho
mill will be built of concrete and
steel ln order to make it fireproof.
A plant of the value of $125,000 is
to be installed.
of the coronation of King George, ii
was reported that Sherriff, Rose &
Co. had completed the deal which re-
Playfellows    at   School    Raise   $65���
Proposal to Send Boy East on
Sunday with Mother.
The playmates of little Willie Gren
wood at West Burnaby schools have
strongest opponents to the passing ot, how  wrong he is ln bis statements
the proposal, which would make the   ought to be made to withdraw    the
committee an advisory body and not ��� stories he has told the board."
confer- executive powers.    Sir Wilfrid        Mr- Lennie Stands His Ground.
Laurier  upheld the position he took I     Jumping up angrily, the  secretary
four years ago, when at the confer | appealed to the chairman (Mr. Trapp)
ence he bad maintained that the re-   for  fair jlay.    He  said:     "I  am    a
lations   between  the  mother  country | public man. sir, and I will not stand
and  the  dominions  over    the    seas j this treatment from any man under
should  be carried on by themselves.   Heaven.    I am a citizen and a rate-
He viewed with serious apprehension ��� payer, and am known and respected,
interference   from   anybodv,   as  com-   the length and breadth tot the Dominium between the home antJ dominion / lon.    I have my reputation  to muiw-
governmente. / tain."
From Bad to Worse.
After  a   general   discussion   during-
which  motions  and  counter  motions-
were  put    without    seconders,    Jlr.
Stoney again remarked loudly. "Thf*
,_.     ,       _, f-system of insurance which tlie boar*
The late T. Knight, Jr., son of Thorn is carrying on is rotten, absoluteiy."
as Knight of Chilliwack, whose death j The chairman: "This is going ta
has oecured at Grand Prairie, was far, Trustee Stonev. When you made
well   known   both  in  Chilliwack  and. tbe statements which have been    at-
EX-CHIEF   KNIGHT.
Thomas     Knight,  of  Grand    Prairie,'
Was  First  Fire Chief.
the Fraser valley.
tributed to you, I was not present, but
SENATE   WILL   REPORT
RECIPROCITY   BILL
Washington. June 8���The Canadian
It   contained  manv   provisions   which  reciprocity bill wns acted upon today   total being $22,500.
would be of marked advantage to the  by the senate finance committee  and |     The following teachers sent in their
farmers and fruit growers of Eastern   will be reported on Tuesday without   resignations,   which   were    accepted
Washington. j recommendation     "''���" ""��� *"������'*    ���--��� -��-���-���- --���'" '������'���- --��-������ ��������� ���'����� ���-'
Senator Polndexter. whi'e a   mem-
sulted in the board buying a plot of Rochester, N. Y. She has been able
ground near Queens park for the erec-: to find temporary homes for two of
tion of a school, and that the flrst the other children, while two wlll repayment of $11,000 had been met, the  main   with  their  father.    The  baby
He was the first fire chief in the reai|y when I hear you speaking fn
aioused themselves during the past volunteer brigade at Chilliwack, and this manner about the system we
week, and the sum of $05 has been ��s such attended the convention of have adppted being rotten, it is carry-
collected for him. This is a splen- B C. chiefs at the Inaugural meeting jng the whole matter Just a little toa
did result from u four-room school,    j at Nelsonjn 1907, and again in the   far."
The necessary sura of $500 has been   cit>' during    the    exhibition    twelve,     Mr. Lennle:    "I swear before God
over-subscribed, the  total  ln    Mayor   months later.
Lee's hands being $540.50,    and   the
child  will  be  taken east on  Sunday
The interment took place   at    Kam
loops.
��� I     Death was due to pneumonia.    He
leaves a widow, son    and   daughter.
by  his    mother    for    treatment    at
Changes in Team for Vancouver.
From an official source the    Daily
and man that I never made use or
the words which Trustee Stoney
avers I said about Mr. Pearson handling our business." �����
Mr. Thornber vainly endeavored to
pour oil on the troubled waters by
moving that "We are entirely satisfied
with the statements    from    Trustee
The Root    araend-
her of the house
the ract.
voted in favor of
ment to tho paper and wood pulp of the term: Misses Mary C. Mc-
provision wns adopted by the com- phall, Annie S. Clarke, A. G. McBride,
mittee by a vote of eight to six. An i Elizabeth Laidlaw and G. M. Wells,
attempt to advance an unfavorable re- Reports were made by the, commlt-
port resulted In a tie vote, and an- \ tee which ^had visited the schools in
Washington. June R.���Tha Ho-�� Of | other tie marked the effort to report
authorized $25,000 without recommendation before that
result was accomplished.
second and third    payments    to    be j however has no foster mother ready   News learned at a late hour last night   Peck, and that the statements given
made In eighteen  months' time, the  to relieve it off    Mrs.    Greenwood's  that there will be a number of   lm \ by Trustee Stoney are incorrect.   AT-
hands, and she will be obliged to take   portant changes in the personnel of  though the mover of this motion   en*
the Salmon Bellies 'team for the deavored to persuade Mrs. Cross to
third match of the league season to second 1 the appeal fell on stony-
morrow at Vancouver.   The changes  ground, this lady being of the opln-
this child with ber east.
A large proportion of the subscrip-
and which will take effect at the end  tions have come from    women   and
Sugar Trust Inquiry.
children in the city, whose sympathetic feelings have been touched by
the pathos of the case.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Representatives
of the investigation of the American
Sugar Refining company: directed ns
investigation into the alleged inade-
ouacy of the taxation assessments In
Railway  Accident  in  Belgium.
Liege.   Belgium,   June   8.���Twenty
the DisTrictCof ��Colum��)i��7turned'over*. two persons_were Injured today when
to the Judiciary committee tbe ones-
tlon of a change in the extradition!
laws: and dlscussei many other sub-;
Jects In a full day's session today,    j
AMERICAN HEIRESS
CLEVER  LONDON   HOSTESS
London. June S���The Counts
Granard. formerly Miss Beatrice Mills,
is arranging for a pran.l ball for
coroufltton week, to which all British
rntabllilies and manv foreisn royalties will be invited. No American in
rcent years Iish taken the foremost
position in English society fo quickly
a street car ran into a passenger
train at the railway station at An
gleur, three miles west of the city.
������������������������������������������������
foreshadowed are that Buck Marshall j j0n that she was not conversant with
will don the red shirt, while Hugh j the insurance business sufficiently to
Gifford and Tom    Rennie    will    be vouchsafe satisfaction.
brought on.   The younger Gifford in
the Maple Leafs try-out match play
Vancouver.    The results of this vlsl ,
tation  was that the    schools    to be   Another Firm to Operate in City with   the opinion that this will be his ban
Threatened Resignations.
A deadlock ensued  and the chain-
erected in this city wlll contain many
improvements.
Gardiner, Mercer and Gardiner, who
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Earl Grey Will Not Visit.
Victoria, June 9. ��� The
lieutenant-governor, Hon. T.
W. Paterson, has been informed from Ottawa that His Excellency Earl Cev wi'' not
come west to British Columbia before leaving Canada at
the expiration of his term as
governor-general.
had been appointed architects for the eral directors and embalmers of Van-
board, were represented, and will couver, will open a branch establish-
control the alterations suggested in ment in this city. Quarters have
the school house to be built at j been secure on Columbla^street, which
Queensborough at an early date, the | will be considerably altered before
flrm having been authorized to call opening. A neat chapel will be infer tenders. I stalled for conducting burial ser-
Boost for Local Workmen. | vices, while    the    remainder    of the
Undertaking Parlors. | ner year.    The twelve will  not    be
About the beginning of July, Center  definitely announced until tbis after-
& Hanna, Ltd., the well known fun- j noon.
ed a capital game, and many are of man hinted that a way   out of   the-
difficulty  would   be   found   by  going:
���
*S The Strike In Vancouver.
��� Vancouver,    June     ��.���-The
��� civic conciliation committee of
���the city council met representa-
��� tlves ot the Trades and Labor
Trustee Stoney asked that a stipu-' building will be used for show rooms j ��� council last evening in regard
the cleverest hostesses in London.      '������������������������������������������������   to carry through the work.
Iation be made so that only local firms j and a morgue.
be permitted to enter into the  con-      Mr. Hanna Is now- making arrange-1
tract.     He   was   against   giving   the   ments  for the  opening of the place
work to any Arms outside the city,  and will have an extremely compet j
*** I Ratepayers  who  lived  in  the  Royal   ent man  In  charge.    Special  orders
*y  City  should always, he    maintained,  have been placed with casket makers
*)   be given the preference.    There was   In  Eastern  Canada.    This  flrm    has
* ' no seconder to his motion, though it i been established in Vancouver many
*}   is understood that the trustees as in   years, having two businesses, one at
��� the past will select some local  flrm   ��P   Hastings   street,  and   the    other
1 on Main street.
��� to the strike situation. The lat- ���
��� ter stood out   for   the closed ���
��� shop as the   basis   of   settl?- ���
��� ment, but it was said t,he con- ���.
��� tractors   on   many   buildings ���i
��� within tbe city demanded the ���'
��� open $hop. promising   no dis- ���
��� crimination     against     trades ���'
��� unionists now on strike. ���.
��� *
�����������������������������������������������
on to the otber business on the agenda, but this waB not to be, as Trustee
Peck refused to sit on the same
board as Mr. Stoney.
"This matter is too serious, gentlemen, for me," said Mr. Peck. "I wonrt
stand for it; it must be either Mr.
Stoney or I."
The chairman: "I take the same
stand as Mr. Peck. I cannot and do
not propose to sit here any longer
either."
Then followed more wrangling, andT
at tho conclusion when the respective-
tempers had been smoothed down an
investigation committee was suggested, tbe whole board to Uake a
hand in the deliberations.
Mr. Peck threw a parting shot into
the proceedings by stating that he
had a little money to spend orr Wxe
matter of proving in another pface
that Mr. Stoney wns wrong. THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
Wants
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
WANTED��� BOARD      AND
close in, hy a young business man
Apply  P. O.  Box 504, clty.
DUBLIC   STREET  LOT,  upper side,
east of Tenth street; nearly ready
ROOM t    for huilding;   $750;   one-third cash.
'fll IT HERE SITICE 1900V
i REVENUE STAMPS
ATTACHED TO BAGS
[EDINBURG    STREET,    near   Tenth!
_ I     stieet, two lots at $700 each; one-
WANTED ��� BY      YOUNG      LADY,!     third cash.	
board and room ln central tycatlon.l .-mccr Iu
Applv to Box X., Dally News. TWELFTH  STREET, corner on  the
vv '  i    car line, 132x158;   $3600;  one-third)
cash.
Women  Travelers'  Strenuous  Protest
���They Cannot Even Obtain Their
Tooth  Brushes.
vOW.1
~C0.
OWNER ��� AUTOMOBILE     TY'.lESl
t\VISfc-lv ��� ftuiuwiv"'"1''        *- :   "��    ' ������' "      '������'������ ���������   ���  ' "   ~���
found on the Yale road on Sunday.: -UBUN STREET> two lot8 <,, uppe.
Finder may have same by proving.    ^,   Btumpa  Mown  ^  partiaUy
cleared; each $800;  one-third cash,
balance C, 12 and 18 months.
property and paying expenses. Apply Thompson's stables, Eighth
street.  I
WAITRESS WANTED AT ONCE.l
Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment ofiice, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men tor all largo
lobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
TENTH  AVENUE, lot east of Eigh
teenth street; $650.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE AGREE-
ments ot sale on New Westminster
property. Must be gilt edge. T. H.
"McCormick, real estate antl financial
agent, 613 Columbia street, New
Westminster. B. C.
*
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; c!opt *n. Apply R.,
this office.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than la necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
belter roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lum
ber through Small ft Bucklin.
JPOR SALE ��� KITCHEN RANGE,
two heaters, dining room furniture,
sideboard, bedroom set, pai lor furniture, etc. Apply 204 Agnes street.
House to rent.
FOR SALE���140 ACRE FARM IN
Langley, 35 acres cleared. The
balance easy cleared, choice land.
Small house, good barn and outbuildings; close to school. Price
960.00 per acre; terms. Owner, 1301
Nanaimo street. New Westminster.
JUST past Twentieth street, very
close to cut oft line, with unobstructed view of river, being all
cleared and developed In front.
50x120 foot lot; $700; one-thlrl
cash.
HIGHLY developed fruit ranch at
Mission, bearing large crops of the
most marketable fruits, to trade for
city property.
ACREAGE of all kinds In Surrey and
Langley.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���I HAVE SEVERAL
flve and ten acre blocks in Langley,
on B. C. tram. Suitable for chicken
and small fruit farms. P>��ie reasonable. Owner, 1301 Nanaimo
street, New Westminster.
Cluff & Morrison
A SNAP���66x149 feet on Seventh avenue. West End; flne building site.
$1000.
FOR SALE���Seven room house, beautifully finished, flre place, 50 ft. lot,
in West End, $4200.
FOR 8ALE���Three cleared lots on
Cameron street, facing river, one
minute from car, $850 each.
FOR SALE���On Buntzen Heights,
Just outside city limits, in West
End, twenty 60-foot lots; easily
cleared; only few yards from B. C.
Electrical Railway cut-off to Vancouver; grand view of the river;
finest residential sites in B. C,
$050 each, easy terms.
FOR 8ALE���Corner lot, 132x70 feet,
On Twelfth street car line, close in,
cleared, $2000.
Cluff & Morrison
FOR SALE���NEW MODERN NINE
roomed house on Third avenue between Sixth and Seventh   streets;
91000 below market value.    Apply,       .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Kennedy     Bros.,    Merchant    Bank ['- .        _   '     .    ���.
Building. [Comer Twelfth  St.  and   Fifth   Ave
FOR SALE���LOTS, $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first divisional
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $6 a month, no
interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
street.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SIX ROOMED MODERN
bouse on Leltb street. Apply 1003
Leith street.
TO RENT ��� TWO FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; also two nice
furnished front bedrooms. Beautiful location. Pbone ln house. Apply
37  Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED COTTAGE,
six rooms, with large garden In
fruit: on car Une; to rent for the
���summer months. Apply White,
Shies &  Co.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana In London, Engird, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
D.B.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln    all    parts ot    tbe
world.
Savings Bank D spa rt ment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
ind Interest allowel at 8 per cent, per
tnnum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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TOR RENT-GOOD OFFICE IN THE
Market Mock: cheap rental. Apply
Rent De. t., Dominion Trust Co,
Ltd.
"TO RT3NT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone in house. Apply 37 Agne3
street. 	
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia street.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office:  Princeaa 8t
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.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The right to cut timber under
-. license on Berth No. 551, comprising
the following lands in the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset juice
of $2150.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the ICth day of August next,
at the- office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at  New  Westmlnstei':
Timber Berth No. 551, situate in
the Province of British Columbia, In
toWnship 4, range 2X, west of the 6th
Meridian, and comprising that portion
- aof the island in sections 13 and 24,
��� lying east of Uie Indian reserve, containing an area of 215 acres, more ot
less.
A license wlll not be issued until
*he full amount of the purchase price,
.and the ground rental for the first
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate oi
rental,  etc.,  are  contained    in    the
'Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to tho
undersigned, or to the Crown Timbev
,Agent  at New Westminster.
P. G. REYES,        ;
��� Secretary,    i
���Department  of the  Interior, I
Ottawa, May 20, 1911. '
>a��ce 'Phone 1M.      Barn 'Pnone IS?
Begbie Street.
Il|p|l    uellverea    -ii-JpTIj    Q��
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection s
���Phone R672
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Quickly uncertain our opinion free whether an
Invention leprobnhlypatentable. Communion.
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Norn nrlctty r.onUdei rl
lent free. Oldest apene? for RocurUwpatonts.
J'liuiria taHen UiniUKh Munn-4 Co, 1
iptclal notice, without charge, Ul the
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.   Largest clr-
ulath     -    "  '
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all newsdealers.
eolation
Cauadu,
'it any scientific Journal,    'i'ertnt tor
'rf.75 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
MUNN&Co.86'8-^	
Branch Odlco, C�� tr Et. \7ajMc��t.;ii. IX
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTSZ
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on*1 Savings
Balances half-yearly. *:: ::
Business |Accounts opened
on favorable terms.����::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. H
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
S1U
Washington, D. C, June 8.���Three
days ago the treasury department issued orders to customs collectors
along the Canadian border to pasto
their inspection stamps across tho
top of travelers' bags instead of on
the bottom of them, as has been done
heretofore. On Saturday seven senators registered their objections with
the department, saying that women
travelers had complaTse 1 to them
that they were unable to take even a
toothbrush from their bags because
of the revenue., stamps pasted across
the top.
Assistant Secretary Curtis, of tho]
Treasury department, who has these
matters directly in charge, is out oi
town. He will return ln a few day.;
In the meantime, the revenue stamps
will be pasted on the bottom of the
bags.
The change In the position of the
stamps was made because Customs
collectors said that the baggage
might be opened In crossing the border and that the stamps of inspectluti
therefore meant nothing. The Customs collectors thought that by putting the stamps on top of the bags ii
would be impossible for travelers to
put articles in them without breaking
the Inspection stamps. If, however,
the tooth brush  complaints continue
lt is probable that the treasury   department will abandon the ���'reform."
THE CAT AND THE  FIDDLE."
The musical review, "The Cat and
the Fiddle," of which so much has
been heard and said, comes to the
Opera house on Saturday.
When you see this musical extra��������
aganza, it will take you back to the
days of your childhood, remind you of
the quaint nursery rhymes your
mother used to sing to you when she
wooed the Sandman. It will take you
back to the times when you were a
wee unimportant little person. long
before you began to worry about this
old world's troubles and cares. It
refreshes you. drives away earthly
cares and makes you a kid once
more, and  those were happy days.
A company of forty people, comedians, singers, dancers and a handsome chorus are promised with "The
Cat and the Fiddle." New and novel
numbers are brought forth, prominent among which are "Mother
Goose Baby Dolls," said to be one
of the most unique and original skits
that has been introduced into musical comedy in many a day. All the
fabled characters of "Mother Goose,"
"Little Ho Peep," "Jack Sprat," "Tom
Piper Son," "Little Ked Riding
Hood," etc., are presented in lifelike manner, each with their little
ditty in rhyme und song, aad it ia
said that the number never fails to
get repeated encores.
Another new electrical singing
number and song hit is ".My Maid in
the Moon," and others Include "Itosey
Dreams," ln the Shadow of an Old
Date Tree," "1812" and many others.
There are nineteen scenes of splendor and magnificence, ranging from a
rural sctuc in old .New York state, to
the mystic realms of the imaginative
Island of Bye.
The cast is headed by Harry I).
Watson, a promising and rising young
comedian; the Doylans Itose and Arthur, Matty Mart/, George B. Hart,
J. O. Campbell, George E, Wakefield,
the Gotthard Bros.L and other extravaganza players of merit. The lyrics
and music are all original anil were
provided by Carleton  Let* Colby.
Straw Hats
IEI VERY Man will soon be rushing
to get under cover of a Straw
Hat. Every man's favorite style
of Hat can be found here, as our
showing runs the entire range of
fashion's styles.
���
I
Split Straws, Milan Braids, Sennits,
Mackinaws, etc., etc. Hats for conservative
heads and Hats for the swell, "fancy band"
college chap.
50c,   75c,   $1.00   to   $3.50
Boys' and children's Straw Hats in
every wanted style- for play or dress.
Our large showing of Straw Hats
will suggest comfort for your head,
while our reasonable prices will
cause your pocketbook to emit a
sigh of relief.
Reid & McDonald
601  Columbia street.
"THe Store of Satisfaction"
TERRIBLE HARDSHIPS
IN NORTHERN SEAS
HAVE PERILOUS VOYAGE FROM
KETCHIKAN TO SEATTLE-
MAROONED FOR MONTHS UPON  ANNETTE   ISLAND.
Seattle, June 8.���Haying consumed
nearly six months In making the voyage from Ketchikan, Alaska, whicli
ordinarily requires a few days, Capt.
Frank Reynolds, of this city, and Ur.
Lewis V. Gibson, of San Francisco,
brought the power yacht Fremont,
which was supposed to have foundered, into port last nlgjit. The story
of hardship and privation recounted
by Captain Reynolds and Doctor Gibson is almost Incredible.
Tbe Fremont was piled high and
dry on the beach of Annette Island
and lt took Reynolds and Gibson
three months to dig a canal with
makeshift spades in order that the
Freemont could be floated.
The little yacht waa forced to cover
the   last   600  miles   of  her  eventful
voyage guided by a jury rudder.
Subsist  on  Game.
During the time the Freemont waa ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
on the beach and for the remainder of i and a couple of chisels, they proceed-
the  trip  the two men had   as   food   ed to cut away ten tons of hardened
mooring, they cast the  275-pound anchor.
Piled High on Beach.
She dragged her three anchors, was
blown across the bay and before day
broke was piled high on the beach at
Annette Island, 300 yards from the
deep water.
As she lay on her beam ends It
was impossible for them to occupy
her, so they fled to the woods to
avoid the fury of the storm.
Although there was at this time
eleven feet of snow on the level, they
���lived for seven days In the woods wrf-'
til the handful of canned foo:l they
had snatched from the vessel when
she struck was gone.
They then returned to tho beach
built a little shelter of sailcloth anl
spars and began the herciiloun task
of digging a canal to float the Kre-
mont. They first repaired the damage done to her when she struck tho
beach and then, with makeshift shovels fashioned from ^anks, began to
dig a canal thirteen and one-haif feet
wide, seven and one-half feet deeraj
and more than 150 feet long. :i.,
This canal waa begun on the morn- ���
lng of January 13 and it was not until the last day* of April that the last
spadeful of dirt was removed.
Forced to Remove Ballast.
In order to float the Fremont, which
la a craft of no mean size, in this carnal, tfcfty were forced to remove her
ballast. As ballast, the Fremont uses
ten tons of cement set as solid as
granite in  her hold.      With mallets
MISS ROSE BOYLAN
In the "Cat nnd the Fiddle" company
at the opera house on Saturday.
only the game which they were abla
to kill. They were forced to live on
the beach beneath a piece of sail
cloth while the yacht was on her
beam ends and each took turns at
night fighting oft the wolves while
his companion slumbered.
The Fremont left here last summer
to take Jacob Wallace Lough, one of
her owners, and a party of his guests
for a summer cruise in Alaskan
waters. The cruise proved more protracted than was at. first expected,
and the party decided to return to
Seattle on one of the regular afeam-
ships, leaving the yacht at Ketchikan, In commandofCaptnln Reynolds,
wbo wns to bring her on to Beattie
alter he had transacted some business in the Northern city.
Rudder Breaks.
Taking with him as his guest Dr.
Gibson, of San Francisco, who was
touring Alaska at the time, Captain
Reynolds left Ketchikan with the Fremont on December 2B. The Fremont's voyage was doomed to be an
Ill-starred one, for she had not passed
Cape Fox when her rudder was carried away and she was forced to put
back to port. When the necessary repairs had been made the pair again
essayed the trip.
While In the lee of Ham Island a
high wind rose and the Fremont was
unable to round the island. She put
back and ran Into the teeth of a gale
that carried away the main boot, jib
and stay. With what little said ho
could hoist' Captain Reynolds beat
back to Tongass Harbor and cast anchor. Before she dropped anchor In
Tongass Harbor, the storm was at Its
height and when he finally reached!
temporary mooring, the vessel's monkey  rail  was  under water   and   her
cement, and the Fremont was ready
to proceed. ,
While the work was going on they
lived ln their sailcloth lean-to on the
beach.
Each night packs of wolves, attracted by the game they had killed,
surrounded the tent and it always
was necessary to have one man on
guard. One night Reynolds wandered
outside the zone of safety about tho
burning fire and was treed by a pacK
of wolves. Reynolds came to his rescue, but lt was not until after a considerable engagement that he was
able to rescue his companion.
Snow   Prevented  Travel.
Although there were settlements on
the far side of the Island, the pair
I were unable to go there for food or
supplies because the Rnow covered
the ground to a depth of more than
ten feet always.
The Fremont recommenced her
Journey early In May, and In Chatham Straits her rudder again was
carried away and her two passengers
were forced to make a jury rig of
planks and wire, ln order that she
might make the remaining 800 miles
that separated them from Seattle.
EIGHT-HOUR   LAW   IS
OBERVED ACROSS LINE
Everett, June 8.���Business men of
the city met this morning in tho
rooms or the Everett Business Men'n
association to discuss ways and
means of observing the new eight-
hour law for women, effective Wednesday.
The association passed a resolution
that all members shall ohev the stat-
..v=j       ,...���  ....������.            _.. ute,   and   that   the   eight-hour   law
decks were weigh down with tons of should be supported strictly until It
Ice. may be declared  unconstitutional, if
Though the seas were breaking en- that contingency arises,
tirely over the little craft. Captain After Wednesday the stores em-
Reynolds and Dr. Gibson managed ploying women and girls will be o-evt
lo cast, anchor. They dropped a nine- from 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m., merchants
ty-flve-pound anchor, but as she ap- saying they will devise their own
peared to be drifting, they put down ways of shifting employees about so
a forty-flve-pound anchor, ant later, as to come within iV"* ��vnonrihoii
in a last attempt to keep her at her eight-hour provision.
the   prescribed
I
I
n FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonta, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, 4.IME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,.
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
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For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
�����������������������*
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEB, W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Qenl. Mgr.        Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
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In commemoration of the
coronation of King George V,
" Ridgways" have put on tht
market a coronation tin of a
most picturesque and exquisite
design, bearing excellent portraits of King George V, Queen
Mary and the Prince of Wales
Special panels havebeendesignee*
representing Canada, India
Africa, Australia and New
Zealand.
Only a limited number havt
been imported.
Price 60c. for one pound tins
At Best Shops
RIDGWAYS
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt Is tbe stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend   for   what   ls
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln tbe future.   Money cannot be Invested until it ls first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567
B.C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
Tbe Bank baa 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific, in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also ln
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
fjsam Tmm
TORIES WM WO
APPEALS TO COUNTRY
/
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
GOVERNMENT MAY HAVE TO INTRODUCE CL08URE RULES. IN
ORDER TO CARRY RECIPROCITY  AND   REDISTRIBUTION.
Ottawa, Juno 8.���Two general elections in Canada within tbe course of
the uext twelve months are likely if
tbe political strategists of tbe opposition bave their way. It ls pretty apparent that tbe first object tbey have
now In view is to compel an election this coming fall on the reclproc
ity issue before allowing tbe government to pass the redistribution bill,
re-allocating the parliamentary seats
according to the figures of the June
census, and giving tbe pro-reciprocity
west probably thirty new members.
By holding up supply and preventing
tbe agreement coming to a vote
through debating In the commons for
an indefinite period they can, as has
already been explained, easily compel the government to, appeal to ths
people to solve the deadlock.
Obstruction  Tactics.
By adopting obstruction tactics on
the promised redistribution bill, by
taking advantage of the government's
need of supplies to carry on tbe administration, and by pleading that a
refusal to pass the bill ls Justifiable
because of alleged unfairness, they
hope to compel an election with the
redistribution bill unpenned and at
the same time shift the onus therefore upon the government for the
reason above given. The lack of any
form of closure practically leaves
the majority in parliament at the
mercy of a minority Insistent on dictating terms as to the time and issue
of a general election. Thus a first
election could be compelled on tbe
reciprocity issue, this autumn.
Two Bites at Cherry.
If the government ls sustained then
at the first session of the new parliament when the necessary redistribution bill again comes up and is put
through the next logical demand
would be for another election in accordance with the new allocation of
seats. And by adopting the same
species of obstruction another appeal
to the country would be rendered necessary, even if it were not brought on
volntarily by the government. Thus
the opposition would have two bites!
at the cherry ,and on the second trial'
they would not have to fight publis |
sentiment in favor of reciprocity.
Such a condition of affairs makes
plain the necessity for the introduction of some form of closure in the
Canadian parliament so as to prevent
henceforth what has now become
practically minority rule. i
It is probable that when parliament
reassembles the government will reluctantly bring ln a measure to secure at least some form of shutting
off debate when it has developed Into
pure obstruction. There is little hope
1 ot  Its  going  through   ln the  presfem.
I temper of the opposition, but tt would
II be an Issue In the campaign, and It
I  the government Is susta\sed lt would
be a mandate to prrts it through the
house ln the first session of the new
parliament.
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the idea that
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summer suits need
be ill-fitting.
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Suits have the style
and shapeliness of
the heavier garments.
The wonderful Rt-
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designing and hand
tailoring makes thi*
possible.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 10
Jews Expulsion Ordered
Victoria,  June 8.���"The Tokyo A.4-
ahl"  publishes  telegrams  from   Harbin that the Chinese chamber of com-
merce  tbere  has  decided  on   the  expulsion of Jews from the markets of
North  Manchuria, according to news |
brought by the Kamakura Maru. The
Jewish   merchants  are  now   ingaeed
In petitioning the chamber to revoke
Its decision.    It is stated that the decision  is the  result of Instigation   on
the   part   of  certain    Russian    merchants.
Championship Lacrosse
Westminster vs. Vancouver, at
Recreation Park, Vancouver
Saturday, lune 10
Special Service from 1 p.m.     -'
REDUCED FARE, Adult 50c; Children 25c.
On sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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TBEASI'RE SHIP SAID TO
HAVf FOUND BIO HAUL
Vast Heard Reported in Honduras by
'Frisco   Adventurers���Excitement
on Coast Immense.
Prices,  $1.50, $1-00, 75c-
Seat Sale, McKenzle's Pharmacy
San Diego, Cal., June 8.���A message received here from a party ot
ueasiire-seekers aboard the steamer
Eureka, suys their expedition to recover an Immense cache of gold hidden by the crew of a Chilean cruiser
off the llonduran coast, more than
twenty years ago, has been variously estimated ut from $1').00,000 to
$66(000,000, according to reports circulated here of the Eureka's iiuest.
The steamer Is now headed for this
place. The Eureka Is ln command of
Captain Hurtlss and was taken on a
thirty-day charter by a party of San
Francisco people about two weeks
ago. The expedition Is said to have
been financed by Harry Krelllng, a
well known clubman of San Francisco.
The map showing the location of
the burled treasure Is said to have
heen in tbe possession of a former
resident of Honduras, who succeeded
in interesting Krelllng in his story of
the buried gold. The result was the
chartering of the Eureka.
The fact that most of the South
American Republics will not allow
the exportation of gold, made lt necessary to guard the plans of the expedition.
When the San Diego left Ensenada
last night,, residents of that town
were standing ln excited groups, discussing the repoit. from Salina Cru/,
that the Kuraka was bound north
with the treasure. The report here
was that the treasure boa t would
transfer the valuable cargo at Ensenada, putting it on another vessel.
GRASP
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"
lIMMlakSl 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 tbe 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 lo and from Europe
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Change in Time
Sunday, June 4
Local to Mission will leave at 5:40.
Toronto Express will 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
Vaucouver will leave at 21:05.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Weatmlnster.
i CANADIAN PACIFIC
Sjp B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO  VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO 8EATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Daily
10 a. in. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 am Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27. April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS*.
11:00 p.  m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK-
SS. Beaver.
, 8 a.m Monday. Wednesday, Friday?
1  CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m....Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to KD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster. \
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P. A.. Vancouver. !"T WHB DAILY NEW*
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
pf the disappointment which resulted
lrom the counts of 1891 and 1901, on
each of which occasions the growth
waa only approximately one million
for each decennial period, the present census will in all probability show
an increase of nearly 50 per cent dur
fng the last ten years, which must be
regarded as an entirely satisfactory
achievement, even for a count��� with
the possibilities of Canada. 'THe returns of 1901 showed the population
of the Dominion at 5,371,315, and tjie
government statisticians estimate
that there are now not less than
eight millions of souls in th%.��Ovm-
try. ���
One result  which  wlll attend   the  been discovered by a dentist and flrst
.. , ,        . .*.   ..... .r*m*���* ��ffr Y.S th,.  administered in Boston 'General Hos-
taking of the new census will be  th. Jn by Dff Morton   a  dent.
re-adjustment of the  meraberijjiip of   )st ,��� ������
1^1
<    Toronto, June 8.���"It is a disgrace
\ tbat uny dentist should attempt tajjBX-
I tract teeth without making use ot an
\ anaesthetic," said Dr. Edgar Paul, of
** i Toronto last evening, lecturing betore
I the   Ontario   Dental   society.      The |
I shock"of the operation to   the   con-
' selous patient, Is far more disastrous
: i to the  patient  tfcan  the after-effects
AtlOf*i'M>f lb�� antethefic.
Dr. Paul, however, warned the as-
The Dominion census, now about to! sembly that absolute safety does not
be taken   ls likely to reveal some in-  exist with any anaesthetic, and cau-
"'.    '.....���    tw ��.tii'rrw ���mlturned all dentists to be prepared for
teresting statistics.   The returns * ill I unexpec(ed   an(J  ^ be   found
be compiled upon the basis of the pop-   nelpieB8  wl,en  the  m0ment   arrives.
ulation as lt was on June 1^ ^natcad   jje stated that the   mos*   ridiculous
misconception with regard to amies-
thea, was that a patient -tflth a strong
heart was Immune from all chance of
danger.
It was shown at last night's meeting that nitrous oxide, or as It ls
more commonly known, laifghlng gus.
docs not produce actual uaoonsclous-
ness. Ether waB shown to ho the
most dangerods of the.-qritypr anaesthetics, the proportion o) 'deaths being about one in fifteen '/thousand,
und laughing gas, ln conjunction with
oxygen, is the safest, not a single
death having been credited to its
record.
It was stated that lt was most discreditable that dentiAt's UHtflild rely-
on physicians to administer anaesthetics, for the condition of* artificial
anaesthea ls of dental origin, having
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the House of Commons.  ^It Jsjstated
that the new unit   of representation,
which is determined by the division
ef the population of the province   of
Quebec  by 65, this being  the   flxe.1
number of members fof that province,
will be 34,000.   This is an Increase of
eight  thousand  over  the  unit   upon
which   the  present   parliament   was
elected.    On this basis  Qo-fbec   will
bave a population of 2,250,000. Whilst
*he new unit will, it Is expected, re-|
��luce the representation of the marl-
time provinces, by possibly four members, it will give the   western   prov-'
fnces   between   thirty-five -and    forty
members instead    of the ' Uiii-ty-flvef
they npw have.    It is estimated that)
the   population   of British -Columbia
bas  increased  from  178,(557  in   1901,
to nearly 350,000 at the present time,
and if this proves to be correct this
province  will  be  represented by  ten
members instead of seven as at pres
ent.
There is  a  feeling  of  considerable
doubt as to whether the the redistribution   will   take    place    before    thai POWDER
next federal  election.    A determined!
attempt wlll be made wheb. par la- And various other cooling
ment assembles next month to pass!
the Reciprocity bill. But the opposition promise to make this difficult, anl
there is Just a chance that they may
make it impossible. Thetl' it is ex-
pected that In September the government will have to ask for further
supplies, and the Conservatives also
promise thut this will be resisted.
In such a ca. e the government may
consider it Necessary to dissolve and
-appenl to the country. Tljis will mean
that the new basis bf representation
will not come into effect for the new
parliament. There Is little^doubt that
in such an event the people- of the
west, and tliose of British Columbia
in particular, will make It clear that
they resent the delay of their increased representation for . ^uqUier
five years, nnd the Conservative vote
will suffer accordingly. Our feeling
is that ln any event a telling vote in
favour of reciprocity will be registered in  Biitish Columbia.
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Phone 40. Cliff Block.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
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CANADIAN BRANCH OF
ANGLO-GERMAN ASS'N
Toronto, June 8.���A Canadian
branch of the associated councils of
churches in the British and German |
empires for fostering friendly vela-:
lious between the two peoples, is ln
process of origination, and such men
as Sir William Mulock, Ven. Arch-
deacon Cody and Mr. Roberts. Gour-
lay, of this city and Senator Dandurand and Rev. Ur. William Sparling, of Montreal, have given their
consent to be appointed vice-presidents of the Canadian brunfctti
This announcement was made last
night by J. Allen Baker, member of
the Imperial parliament fou* East Fins-
bury. England. Mr. Baker lias been
in this city for a few days, having
come ui> from the Lake Mohonk peace
conference.
The organization of a Canadian
branch of the Anglo-German association is but one step in the extension
of the influence of the great inter-
imperial church organization, Mr.
Baker explained.
ATTEND
THE WESTMINSTER
MODERN BUSINESS
SCHOOL
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
T. R. MORROW
To Announce Advance in Price of
Shares on Saturday, June 10, 1911
British Pacific Coal Co.
Lumber Trust  Inquiry.
���Chicago,     June     8.���The     govern-
-menl's  grand  jury  investigation  into
the lumber business of the west and
middle  west   continued    ttwlifo 'lytith
many witnesses subpoenaed'...'Following the complaint of the government
attorneys,  however,   that   too   much
publicity was being given the inquiry,
Jndge Landis admonished all connect-
'���ed with the Inquiry to observe strict
-.secrecy and that no   information   be
;givcn out.
Day Session the Entire Year.
Store
to Rent
IN   EXCELLENT   LOCATION.
TO RENT���Two offices in Dominion
Trust Block facing Columbia street,
occupation June L     '������ i_
I *^ **k ���      JF
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rooms and houses with us.
CALL   ON
Dominion Trust Co.
'Phone 56. 620 Columbia St.
.-���,.���.
Apparently the public appreciate
the fact that the price of share.-,
ls to be advanced to 50c, 60c or
'75c a Bhare ln a few days' time.
Watch for Mr. Morrow's announcement of the closing out day
of '.he 35c issue on Saturday evening,  June  10th,
There were a great many persons disappointed through not being able to buy in the 25c issue.
They deferred applying until the
eleventh hour, and when they
wired In their reservations or
called at the office, they were very
much put out when they were told
that the issue was oversubscribed.
There are certainly persons Interested In this proposition who
for some reason or other are delaying their applications.
It ls Impossible, for them to expect to secure shares when tho
present Issue ls sold out at the
price of 35c and since the new
price will be at least 50c the share,
they will make a profit of 15c n
share If they buy now. It's only
a few days to the raise.
You can buy 100 shares with $10
cash, balance $25 is spread over a
period of three months. ^^^^^
These shares have a par value
of $1.00 each and when you have
paid your 35c a share you will be
issued a certificate setting forth
the fact that the shares are fully
paid up and non-assessable.
The dividends are payable- on
the par value of the shares, not on
what you pay In, so that In receiving dividends, if you hold 100
shares, the percentage will be calculated on $100, since the stock ls
issued  fully  paid up.
The shares In The British Paclfls
Coal Company should be worth
and sell for at least $1.00 in six
months' time. This is a big return
to the purchaser today at 35c the
share. | g, ���
We herewith reproduce a wire
from William McMorris, the super.
Intendent who Is In charge of the
work on the company's property:
Queen Charlotte City,
June 6th, 1911.
"T.  R.  Morrow,
124 Hastings Street West,
Vancouver, B.C.
"Have Just cut through two
eight-foot seams clear coal, splendid coking and blacksmithing, different seams to any Robinson's
tunnel.
"W. G. McMORRIS, Supt."
This statement Is substantiated
by the fact that men are now-
working on the property taking
out coal.
This is not a speculative concern, not a gamble or a leap in the
dark���it is a safe, sound Investment���the property is being
worked.
Coal Ib in the property, and
Alexander Faulds, M.E., the eminent coal engineer, says that one
seam alone contains 86,000,000
tons of anthracite coal, and there
are six seams In the property,
WILL CONTROL THE COAL
MARKET.
This new supply of coal from
the property of The British Pacific
Coal Company which will in all
probability be on the local market
In 'six months' time, will entirely
revolutionize steam-boating, since
a ton of the anthracite coal carrying 83 per cent, fixed carbon will
do twice the work and require but
half the stoking of bituminous
coal, and will occupy but half the
space in the bunkers of boats.
CHEAP  TRANSPORTATION.
It costs no more to mine the
anthracite coal than It does tba
bituminous, and since the property
of The British  Pacific Coal Com
pany ls buf 80 miles from Prince
Rupert by boat, lt Ib possible to
luy down coal ln Prince Ruperc
cheaper than any other company
operating on Graham Island. This
means tbat The British Pacific
Coal Company actually controls
the market of Prince Rupert as to
the price of fuel. >
The British Pacific Ceal Company's property fronts on Skidegate Inlet, one of the finest natural
harbo's on ths Pacific Coast���
literally shovel coal Into boats.
This Is the only coal company
which hns men at work on property, .antl nowhere else on Graham
Island, other than a narrow strip
of land fronting ou Skidegate Inlet, has anthracite coal heen discovered or known to be located in
any (omniorclal quantity on Graham Island.
Of this area of anthracite coal
land, The British Pacific Coal Company, controls 8320 acres.
If you will read the report of our
first shareholder, Arthur Gowlng,
who returned May 26th from nn
Inspection of the property, you will
see for yourself that even a man
with limited mining experience
can foresee great possibilities for
the company.
Mr. Gowlng says The British Pacific Coal Company has one of the
largest areas of coal lands ever
embraced within the holdings of
any one coal corporation.
"I estimate the timber wealth
on your property at $750,000. This
alone would pay a very large
dividend to the shareholder were
you to sell It at the present price,
and the price of timber ls advancing with leaps and bounds each
year.
"The British Pacific Coal Company will be one of the greatest
factors in the development of
our new north empire In supply
ing a high grade fuel to all    tha
cities on  Ihe  Pacific Coast."
Continuing Mr. Gowlng sayB:
"Vou have a coal mine, not a
coal  prospect.
"You can ship coal from your
property today on the most eco
nomical  basis.
"It le not necessary for you to
build or wait for the construction
of a railway at an enormous expense from your property to salt
water.
"Vour proposition is a legitimate, honest, safe, sound Investment."
Men do not make these statements or lend their names to propositions unless there is subitancn
and stability in the proposition.
The Directors of the Company
arc well  known business men.
T. R. Morrow, the Trustee, has
lived in tfie Province of British
Columbia' 23 years, and ls well and
favorably known to all financial
institutions, and to the general
public ub a man of unimpeachable
character, and a man of unquestionable Integrity and ability to
carry out his position of trust, nnd
see that the public receive a true
and proper account of their tn nl's.
SHARES   ON   EASY   TERMS.
Mr. Morrow will receive applications until further notice at 35c a
share. No application less than
100 shares.
Terms: 10c per share cash with
application, balance in three equal
monthly payments.
You can see the samples of anthracite coal direct from the property, inspect the maps and plans
and read the report of Alexander
Faulds, the eminent coal mining
engineer, by calling at the office
of the Trustee, at 421 Colombia
street. New Westminster, B. C.
It's  worth  while���don't delay.
Remember, the New Westminster Office of T. R. Morrow, Trustee, is located at 421 Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C., and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.   (Traver's Real Estate Office)
B.C. Mills I
limber   and   Trading   Co.
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Telephone  12
New Weatmlnster
Box  137
For Business or Pleasure Runs
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New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,   R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 023.
C.H.I.C
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OPEN   EVENINGS UNTIL   0 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
5 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.
If you have MONEY to loan on
first mortgages, I can place it at
eight per cent, interest.
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia Street.
Over Bank of Toronto.      Phone 927.
For Sal** Fu" s,zed Lot
r Or oa ie on Fifth avenue
Just off Twelfth street.    Commanding a  magnlflcant  view,    cleared
and ready for building.   An ideal home site.
Price $2100; Terms, Easy
English   &   Brown
Real   Estate   and   Insurance   Agents.
520 Columbia Street, Thompson Block. Phone  908.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LULU   ISLAND
City of New Westminster
Five-acre   block  on   Lulu  Island
road, $1500 per acre for quick sale.
See us for terms.
SOLE AGENTS.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
(Above the Fair.)
650 Columbia St.  New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 832.
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
I
J FRfDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
..
SPORTS
SAPPERTON WINS
WITH CLEAR MARGIN
Reginas     Had    Weak      Home���East
Enders Take Balance of Play
and Score Thrice.
Sappeiton ha;l an easy victory over
the Reginas at Queens park last evening, winning their match in the Intermediate league hy three goals to
nothing. The Reginas lost owing to
a weak bome, their opponents having ut least  two-thirds of the game.
In the first tiuarter Johnson and
H. Sclater scored for Sapperton, and
W. Sclater In the third, this being a
fine goal from a run In helped by
Johnson. There were no goals in the
second and fourth periods. Keary
played a good game In goal for the
ReglnaB. while for 8apperton the
SclaterB, Willis Patchell and Johnson
were the stars.
The gume under Charlie Galbralth
proved clean, few penalties being
necessary. Once again boys encroached on tbe field of play, and steps
must be taken to keep the oval clear
during the progress of these games.
A large crowd followed the play close
iy.
PRESENTATION TO
HON. JOHN H. TURNER
Canadian   Mall   Refers to  Record   of
British    Columbia's    Agent-General
���A  Career  of   Excellence.
BA8EBALL.
Thursday, June 8.
At   Vancouver���Vancouver  9,   Portland  Oi   forfeited.
At Spokane���Spokane 10, Seattle 5.
At Tacoma���Tucoma <i, Victoria 3.
Barlow Galbralth Will Act.
Tbe blow has fallen. Wells Gray
will not referee uny more lnter-city
lucrosse matches, at least this sea-
aon. The aldeunan had taken tho
case presented to him overnight by
the Vancouver delegation Into consideration and yesterday morning he
definitely turned down the proposition. Followers of the national game
Vlll regret that Gray has seen lit to
retire from the referecing end of the
game, and hls decision may now
show the officials of the B, C. L. A.
that their referees must he protected
from tlie public and certain sections
of the press alike. While It Is admitted that he erred when he sent
sonic of the players to the bench
MSrSiOg the brass tabs on Satur lay
when he did not see the actual occurrences, there could have been no
more fair way In dealing with the in
cidents. Tactics which may have
tended to give the game a black eye
��re only prevented by swift action
such as this, and Gray deserves well
of that public which desires only that
class of sport which ls clean and
rightly conducted. In the absence ot
Gray, Nels Nelson has appointed Harlow Galbralth to the vacancy, this
in conformity with the I). C. L. -V
rules, which stipulate that in the
event of the referee not being chosen
Jointly five days prior to the match,
the chief executive shall bo empowered  to Helect one.
With Galbraith. In charge of tho
string tomorrow, all who witness the
exchanges may rest assured that a
fair mid square deal will be given.
IdeaR in the great game which are
not known to Harlow are not worth
paying any attention to.
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i TRAP SHOOTING. ���
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The weekly trap shooting at Moody
Bquare camo off last evening, but ow-
iu;; to the absence of the secretary,
the records have not been compiled.
It Is not known yet whether the Westminster club will be represented at
the big trapshoot at Nelson, B.C., on
June 30 and July 1, when marksmen
congregation from all over Alberta
and this province.
Papke Knocked Out English Champion
London, June tt��� At the Palladium
in this city last night. Billy Papke,
the American champion boxer, met
and defeated Jim Sullivan, of   this
city, ill a contest for the middleweight championship of the world.
Papke had the advantage or lingcraft
and longer experience, and wore his
opponent down, winning in the ninth
of what was scheduled to be a
twenty round bout. There was un
immense gathering, and betting ruled
in favor of the American, who was
in capital form, this despite the fact
that he had not been long in the
country.
Seniors at Practise.
The senior amuteuis will be out
again this evening at practise, and
all the boys are asked to turn up. The
time is set at' 0:30, and coffee ancl
���sandwiches wlll be available as usual.
They had a splendid try-out under
-Dad" Turnbull on Tuesday, and aro
getting Into fine shape.
NASHVILLE  EAGER TO
NAS.mv.1. WELC0ME Y0UNG TAFT
Nashville. Tenn.. June 8. - The
Nashville Industrial BuVeau H��v
telegraphed Robert Alphonso Taft,
son' of President Taft, to come to
Nashville, take the state bar examination and establish himself here for
practice. Young Taft was denied
examination in Ohio because he had
not registered when he began to
study law and must wait two years
before taking state examination
there.   "������.   ���....  .i ���������>'-'��� *������������������" -"-" '
The Canadian Mall, published In
London, bas the following to say of
the legislative presentation to Hon,
J. H. Turner, agent-geneiul for British Columbia:
For the past ten years the Hon I.
II. Turner has represented British Columbia as agent-general ln this country, and  the record of the   province
I during that period has bean one   of
1 continuous  progress  and   prosperity.
| The results achieved have been due,
in no Inconsiderable measure, to the
j ability with which the affairs of the
I office  over  which    Mr.   Turner   pre-
' sides have been administered by him,
1 and    the    legislature    has    recently
shown Its appreciation of these valuable services  by  the presentation of
an Illuminated address, in which the
1 members  pay an eloquent tribute to
| Mr.   Turner's  devotion   to the  Interests of the province since he became
agent-general.    The document recalls
that during his official cureer in the
province, and  hls prolonge.l premier-'
ship, Mr. Turner "Held thc very high-
' est place In the hearts of the people!
of  Hritish   Columbia."   It   also  refers
to the hon, gentleman's Increased re-1
sponslbilitles, and expresses the hope,
that his recognition woul'Vbe accept-
. edas a  mark  of  general  esteem  for
and appreciation of one who has been
, so long, so prominently and so honourably Identified with the affairs of
Hritish Columbia.
The Hon. John Herbert Turner was
born at Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1833, and
commenced his mercantile career ln
the province of British Columbia in
the city of Victoria in 1803. In 1877
he was elected to the city councll,
and for three years, 1879-21. was
mayor of Victoria, and in 188fi was
elected to represent that city ln the
legislative assembly of the province.
lie was minister of finance 1887-08.
For thirteen years he Introduced the
budget.    He brought ln acts for the
encouragement     of     fruit     growing,
dairying and the foundation of farmers'   Institutes   and   farmers'   banks,
etc.     He  also  changed   the   financial
system of the province in 1888 by the
issue of 3 per cent inscribed stock In
London.    Mr. Turner Joined tbe flrst j
company of volunteers in 1864, retlr-j
lng Into the Canadian reserve militia
in 1881, with the rank of lieutenant-'
colonel. I
SHORTAGE OF LIFEBELT8
WHEN STEAMER STRIKES
New York, June 8.���Some details
of the sinking of the steamship Taboga off the coast of Panama, a fortnight ago, have Just reached this
city. " More than a score of the passengers and crew lost their lives.
Eighty were saved. Captain Campbell, who was the last man to leave
the ship, and Pilot Matthews, are under arrest in Panama City.
According to statements made
there were but three life preservers
on the craft. As the boat was sinking, the second engineer and a Cuban
manufacturer named Gregolre,
though unable to swim, stated that
they would not crowd the. already
heavily taxed lifeboats. When there
was not a woman or child left on the
ship and not another human being
could be carried In the lifeboats, they
calmly lighted cigarettes and smoked
until the Taboga sank. TT;e bodies
were not recovered.
A herd of steers stampeded from
the hold when the vessel struck and
smashed a lifeboat which was Just
lowered. Nearly every person In tho
boat was drowned and many,as they
fell, were crushed under the animal*.
Two passengers, however, found the
cattle a godsend and reached shore
upon the backs of the bullocks.
JIM  HILL PREPARES'
FOR  RETIREMENT
Minneapolis, Minn., June 8.���Jamea
J. Hill, for half a century   identified I
with  the  development   of the north- j
west  as no other man  has   heen. is
preparing the way for retirement from
I active business life, and the filing of
the    $000,000,000   mortgage   on    the
i Great Northern is the flrst   step, according to Mr. Hill's own statement.
He characterized today as "rubbish" the stories of the Great Northern and Burlington consolidation, and
of combining the Northern Pacific
with the Chlcagif and Northwestern
or Chicago Great Western.
"I am 73 years old and do not want
to die with my boots on,:" Mr. HIM
said. "My interests are large and
cannot be dropped in a moment. If
I um ever going to have any leisure
in my life it ls about time I had it,
and I have taken the flrst atep toward securing It."
"Preparations for fifty years to
come for the retirement of bonds now
outstanding as they fall due, and of
the other Issues to pi u nue money to
keep up the road, build extensions,
and make Improvements that we expect will bave to be made, ls the true
reason for tbe mortgage."
i
GOVERNMENT WILL
EXPERIMENT IN MINE
Pittsburg, June 8.���Plana have
been perfected for a remarkable series of nine tests by experts affiliated
with the United States testing station of the bureau of mine*, located
in this city. The experiments wlll
be made in a mine recently purchased
by the government at Brucetown, Pa.
Entries 020 feet in length have been
tunneled and a steel observation gallery haa been erected ip the mine. A
coal tipple and an incline have been
completed, and a concrete lining of
the entries is under construction.
Within a few days coal dust explosions will be made under conditions
where the force of the explosion can
always be controlled. The force of
these explosions and their nature will
be closely watched by the experts,
while mathematical instruments will
record the time of travel of tbe explosive wave.
Serious Forest Flre.
Denver, Colo., June 8.���Appeals for
assistance sent in bv forest rangers
who have been fighting a forest flre
near Arrow, Colorado, on the Moffat
Road, since last Sunday, were au-
swered today by the company ordering all the available section men to
the scene. The fire has spread from
the point of origin ln the brush to a
stretch of fine pine timber, and already has burned over an extensive
area.
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND LOW PRICES
House Furnishing
Specials for the Week End
Money to Loan
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements*^ Sale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lome Street New Westminster
7
Ihe WHITE HOUSE
Ladtes' 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 Skirt* in white and colon from $1.65 up
A. j. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
Us for Houses!
���vain
87.���On Eleventh street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a asa
thoroughly modern seven room house, fine cement basmnjriKi
hayme ls piped tor furnace. WIU trade tor Weatminater lota
on first payment.   See ua today. . .        ��� *
Swiss Net Curtains
Very dainty designs, the pair. .$1.75
Window Shades
Plain  cream,  or  plain green cloth
mounted on Hartshorn rollers, 37 in.
x 6 ft, 60c. value 45c
41 1-2 in. x 7 ft., $1.00 value... .75c
45 in. x 7 ft., $1.35 value $1.00
complete   with  brackets,  nails and
shade pull.
Green and  Cream Window Shades
Mounted on Hartshorn rollers in the
following sizes:
37x6 50c-
37x7 60c-
411-2x7 85c-
45 x 7 $1.25
Complete with brackets, nails and
shade pull.
Linoleums
2 to 4 yards wide, in good block patterns, light and medium colors, the
square yard .��� 50c
Perforated Chair Seats
12 inch square 15c.
15 inch square 10c.
18 inch square 15c
I Furniture Polish
Half pint bottles 15c.
One pint botles 35c.
Cotton Sheets
72 x 90 inches, good quality cotton,
hemmed ready for use, the pair $1.75
Seagrass   Chairs,  each   $3.25
Extension Tables
These goods are not up to our standard of quality. We made a claim on
the factory and got a rebate-you get
the benefit. Special prices $5.75,
$6.00, 7.00, $8.50. Don't pass this up
Pictures and Mirrors
A new stock just arrived.
Mirrors from 20c.
Pictures from 45c.
King George V
You should get a picture of the King
and Queen; we have them, at each
....   $2.50
Matting
Red, blue and green colorings, per
yard 15c.
Matting Mats and Squares in all
sizes, from each 30c.
Fibre Chair Seats
12 inch   15c
15 inch :...20c
18 inch , ...30c.
104.���Durham atreet, near Fourth atreet, seven room mode
tot 60x148.   Price 92800; on terms to arrange.
house;
109.���On Eighth avenue, near Twelfth atreet, five room cottage-, lot
66x132. Price only $2100.    See ua tor terma.
i . -, ji
118.���On Royal avenue, modern house, flve roo|pns, for $2900.   Terms
one-third cash, balance $26 per month.
cQuarrie Bros.
NEW    WESTMINSTER     CITY SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia afreet.
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
I
Phone 929.
Room 16, Collister Bleck.
Galloway & Lewis
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 Lt8T8.
Wc Sell For  Less
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401-403 Columbia St., Cor. 4th St.     Telephone 829
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The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and op
Chamberlin
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JEWELER
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Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. R'y   !
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1411.
HOARD    OF    THADB��� NF.W  wtSi   I
minster R^ard of Trade meets m fit I
board  room. City  Htll. as fohtf*��:
Third ttotffsdftj    of    cscn    m'-nth,
HutiTtortv     rn^ting    On   the    rmra
Thnr-^y hi Fe'-funry,  May. August
and  NoY*-mT>>r. nt * p tn       Annual
toef tn**  nn  the  third  ThnrSrl-iy  ol
February.     N*w   members   mify   be
MACHINE BtlllNG
M Mtt flttOB
proposed sttfl elected nt sny m<mtn
ly  or     (ytfirterly     wewtlna.       '      H   i
Stuart TTdle   ����tre't��ry.
WINNIPEG  MAN    SAYS   WHAT   HE
THINKS    OF     SYSTEM     AFTER il
WOODBINE        RACES   ���   ABSOLUTELY   SQUARE   SYSTEM.
THE   DAILY  NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
0. (V F.   \M1TY   l.OtiOR, NO. 27���
The repular'ateetlnss bl this lortee
hre beld  In Odd  Fellow*   Hull, '-������
ner  Carnarvon  nnd  Rlrrtith  sttf-e'��.
every  Mnndny evening nt S o'clock.
Vlsitlne   brethren   cordially   Invited
to attend.   George Adams NG.: W
V.  (Vuithatn,  P.ti ,  recording  ��<eere
���try;    .1.  W.   MaeDotmld,   financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister at-
law. sollHter, etc; rnrtter t'nluttihli
ami MeRentl* streets, New West
minster, B. t\ P. 0. Bot 112. Tele
plmne 710.
WHITESIDE, EHMUNPS ft JOHN
strm, hnrtlsters ami solicitors,
Westminster Trust Pluck, I'nlitmhla
Street, New Westminster. W. J
WhltrsMe. H L. Edmmulfl, Atlntn S
Johnston.
WADE. WHEALLER, Mclil'AniUE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia nnd
McKenzie streets; Vnncotnei of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. E
Martin.  ^^
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary f,\') roluwihin
Street.    Over C. P. R. TeVgraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    BOOM
(Curtis Rlock.   P. O. Res 694.
**^a*****mmaa^^*******m*****************���*
FISH   AND   GAME.
aVLING tt SWAIN. FISH. TRlll
Game Ve��*t��folea, etc. Dean Blot*
best  In Bsnk ol Montreal.
bbb^i***^**********.******.!! _ i
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
lf. J.  A.   HUHNETT, AIIDlTOIt  AND
Accountant.      Tel-     II ISH      Homn,
Trapp block.
���TENOQRAPMV
rvpewi'ilING
MISS M. BROTEN, publlc stenographer', specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia Bt
New   Westminster
Mail Service
ot
Arrival.
ao.OU���United States via C. P. It
(dally except Sunday)
8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. it.
idaily except isuuda..).. 8 0t
13:00���Vaucouver via B. O. oh It-
tdaily   except   Sunday). .11:16
18:00���Vancouver wa H. c ��, it.
(dally except Sunday)..18: IX
���8:00���Victoria via B, C. ti. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
18:00���Victoria  via  it. c,  ti.  tt
(dally except Sunday) .11:15
7:30���United Slates via Q, N, it.
(dally e-cept Sunday)..  9.46
15:16���United States via G. N. K.
(dully except Sunuuy)..16:00
10:18���All   points  east  and   Europe   (dally)   8:30
22J30��� All  points east and  Europe   (dally)    14:00,
10: IS���Sapperton     and     Eraser
Amis     (daily     except        !
Sunday)        8:30
20:00-��� S.ippcriou     and      Fra3er !
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)      14:00 |
10:48���Coquitlam   (daily except
Sunday)         Bt30
13: 00���Central    Paru    two   bid-
monds     (dally     except
Sunday)        11.15
least Burnaby    (dally   ex-
Wltinippp, June R   -Tbat  the opera
���if-ri   ft   the   pari ftntiiel   hettine    midlines,   which   provide    for   Fclpntlflc
va-ciirip  oh   the  tfit:om'*   of  horse |
races, bas proven  so successful as t:n
I assure  Its  gis'ltml  displacing  Hi    alii
j other terms of  pool   selling. Is   thel
I opinion  hro'ight   to  Winnipeg  by  Or ,
I A.   W.   Bell,   who    returned    Monday
from a week's  visit  fo the WtJOflblfte
track where Ihe parl-mutuel machine*
were trlH  out   tor  the  first   lime  In
Camilla st   the  Ontario Jockey  eluh ti
"prlng meeting.
The use of Iheie machines redii'��s
the husiness of receiving racing wag
eis to the most ptofltahle form All
the money placed upon a rate In Ihe
machines Is added, and lis total (ti
automatically dlvlilpil. exactly pro
rata, among Ihe holders of the ll'k��ts
upon the winning hhrses The es-
pense of opcintltiR the machines Is
ptovlded for hy a live per cent rake-
off which goes to the association, ami
as the percentaEc in favor of ihe ordinary hook Is estimated nt 40. the ilir-
feienre in favor of betting through
the machine's can he readily seen
In thc  usual  form  of pool   selling
the skill and experience of the bookmaker  Is   exercised   ln   placing   his
odds, the edds  dopending  nyon   the
proportion of wagers pbrcd on each
horse,  the  one  most   heavily   played
heing the favorite, and so on.   Tn'or-
der that  the money may Tie hazarded en  a  sufficient number of horses
to recoup the book against  payments
| on the winner, the odds are made at-
| tractive on these not HJrelv to win.
Difference   With   Machine.
These elemental  principles  of pool
selling being noted. It is easy to understand that the bookmaker, in m**c
of  dotiht.  always   Iv-nNs  to   ihe   safe
side, snd offers the minimum amount
'if money otl the favorite.    Thai Is the
hotpc he plays lo win.    Willi the pari i
mutual   machines,  lhe  honk   does   n.)
Humbling,   Imi   contents  Itself  with  a'
Rtrnlght  five pet   cent, nnd  (he odds1
nre  made  automatically,  antl  nmihe
rnatlcnlly correct.    The odds  paid by
the machines at  Toronto   were   unl*j
fortnly  bettor than those offers I  by
the bookies,
Wager on  Square.
Dr. Bell stated that  he had-wateh-
ed   the   operation   of   the   machine*
: very ftarefolly at the WoodMne meet-
! log. and Ihat be was absolutely tt..iin
1 tier! at  tbwlr SOOCMS,    They  provide a
I means of placing a wnger ''absolutely
ion   the.  Miiiaro."  The   only    criticisms'
T.       1 m;:rtc at the machines at Toronto, the
* I doctor    stated,   were    In    connection
(MoHlnE     wUh  thelr  handling,   and    these,   he
i. ' 1 added,  were  largely   the   vaporing  of
,  ,   1 captious critics
2?
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L.
MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
BLOCK.
Phone   661.
Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
New   Westminster!I
TUESDAY, JUNE 13
1400-
10; 00
130 ACTS IN 100 MINUTES
.18:80
Sunday)
iinherlaud, Strawberry
11111 and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00    l.ailniT,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island  13:30
"0:00���-Annleville.  Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00- Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
10:50���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via U. N. K.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via   O.   N.   lt.   (dally   ex-
(dally except Sunday)'.14:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Hnrnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  10:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc, (dally except   Sunday)    ...23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Hock and
Hlaine (dally except
Sunday)    9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9;.4B
11:30���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Ot- i
ter, Shortreod, Upper
Siimas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Coghlan, via B. c. ti. it.
d'.aih   except  Sundayl.  8:30
TWIN-
BAB*
ELEPHANTS.
33 INCHES TALL
STRANGE ANO
_ WONDERFUL
ALSO HERO OF BIGGEST ELEPHANTS
SUPERB, SPECTACULAR, ORIGINAL
CIRCUS, 600 People, 450 Animals
BABY  HIPPOPOTAMUS
40-SELLS-FLOTO CLOWNS-40
FIGHTING THE FLAMES
Gorgeous Street Parade
10:30 O'CLOCK EACH MORNING
10,000 Seats���
Twice Its
Former Size
8ring all the
folks and see
for yourself a
Fifty-Cent Cir-
:us for 25 cents.
* C-tmplct* Perform* nee f Dally,
���In orShln., at
land 8 p. m.��
Doors Open une Hour Earlier, TftA
Admitting of a Visit to the Bi- afaUU
General Admission
This Day and Date
It is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time.
The medium through
which the progressive
merchant and business man acquaints
the buying public with
their offers, to the
mutual advantage.
.��
It is read by all citizens before
the day's business commences.
Th
e
Daily
ews
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases.
UJIITOP.".'., ������!���;:- FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS,
<tl . L~ND DISTRICT���Dtotrlct of
Coast-Take notice that I. C. John-
eon, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a poBt planted at the sout) t side
of the south tnd of Road U.u and
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 cliains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
320 acrea more or lesa.
CHARL��S JOHNSON,
i Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends, to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains woet of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence snut.ii 60
cbalns to salt water, thence following
shore line In southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Core
Indian reserve, tlience west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Uert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 6th, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westmin-, ������, a ���
ster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry | Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occuoationi block 5 (except the roadway), lu
Broker, intends to apply for permls-' tbe City of New Westminster,
sion ta purchase the following des-i Whereas proof of the loss of cei-
crlbed lands: | tlflcat*> or title number 3352A, issue 1
Commencing at a post plante* at * | In ���lie name of Mary E. Williams, has
point on the v . turly shore of Greer. k-��u filed ln this office,
lake, which point is situate about I Notice is hereby given that I sha'.l,
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from' at the expiration of one month from
the northerly end of the aald Green Ithe date oI th^. first publication, here-
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence!of- ,n a dai'y newspaper eublished ln
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains 1������ ?lty of New Westminster, Issue a
more or '.ess to the shore of Green j ?���upllff te_��f.^.e���8a,d certificate, unless
lake, tbence northerly following the **
shore of Gren lake to tbe point   of
commencement, containing one    hun
...       -    ...
Phone 699.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster T'utt  Building.
"���""""lilllHl /
HEAL LEADERSHIP
dred and sixty" (160)  acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
ln  the  meantime  valld  objection  be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster, B.C., May 13,  1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict of  New   Westmiu-
        .ster.-Take    notice    that    I,  H.    M.
TRICT���District of  New   Westmln- j Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF  CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
Cemmencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains nortb of the
month or Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of jo' D*l8y l*sk�� and marked North
Coast���Take  zsl.c*   that  I,   Emma | West Post; tbence south eighty chains
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara  chant, Intend to apply for permission
G. Gould, of  Vancouver, B. C, occu-1 to  purchase   tbe  following  described
patlon married woman, intends to an-{lands:
ply  for permission  to  purchase    the'
following described lands:
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C , occupation
married  woman, Intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing  at  a
post planted at the southeast corner
of   W.   F.   S.   142,    thence    east    80
chains, tbence nortb 40 chains, thenca
west    80    cbalns, thence    south    40
chains  to  point    of    commencement,
���containing 320 acre* more or It si.
EMMA  DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent. |
Dated April 12th, 1911
along Cheakamous river: thence east
forty cbalns; tbence nortb eighty
chains: thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles rrom Haslam Lake, thence
aouth 80 chains, thence west 80
cbalns, ihence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point or commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. It DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara,' Agent.
May 2, 1911.
PALMER    	
GASOLINE ENGINES
34 to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 53.
Tenth   St,  New  Westminster.
Returned   Missionary Points Out   the
Problem���New   Missionaries
quired   at   Once.
Re-
,;**.*i*r i a vii niCTuicT    ni.irw~.-rl U8nd as t,le owner ln Fee Simple, un-
C(^./u��   }��� u       T,JiT.     r*   V*der a Tax Sale Deed   fr<>m   Edward
COAST���Take notice that I, George1
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpeuter, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
described lands:    Commencing at   Al tract of fand and"pr;mls"es" .rtu'ato". ly i
post  planted  10 chains north of the;,ng and M      ,��� the D,gtrlct of NewJ
southeast corner or lot    111,   thence, Westminster, In the Province or Brk-I
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains , lan     Columbla>     more     partlcular:y
thence  west 60 chains, tbence north; known an0 described as Lot 59, sub-
! NEW    WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS .
  TRICT���District ���;  New  Westm.n-j
John  Greer   Agent.! ster.-Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
Dated  March 28, 1911,        ' | of Vancouver,   occupation banker, inl
tend to apply for permission to pur-1
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence nortli 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Por Up-to-date
PRINTING
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been   made   to  register   Edwin   John
OO TO
Ashley Wilmot, Assessor of Dykes, tn. commencement
Edwin  John  Bond,  bearing date  the
21st day or August, A. D. 1907, of all
and   singular  tbat  certain   parcel  or
iackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind or Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
May 2, 1911.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that Letters
or Administration to the estate of
Elizabeth   Ann   Scott   deceased   inte-
6U chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o | ^*  ��f, any   unregistered   instrument,!
Coast���Take notice that I, Christo
pher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc |
permission to purchase the following
-described   lands:     Commencing  at  -t
post planted at the Bouthwest corner
of T. L. 40884, tlience west 40 chains,
thence north  20 chains, thence  west
40  chains,   tlience  north    60  cbalns,
thence  east 60  chains,  thence soutli, . ,    ,.    ,      ,       ..      . -
40   chains,   thence  east    20    chains,' ?,efau!< of redemption before registrar
thence  south   40    chains,  containing:tlon' J"0'1 aud��� eac'' ?f J��u will be tor-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict or  New Westuiia-  state, late  of  Westminster  Junction,
dlvigion or Lot 281, Group 1.      ' j ster.���Take notice that 1. R. B. Fran-j were Bunted by the Supreme Court
You and those claiming through or|cl8' of Vancouver, occupation mer- o( British Columbia in probate io
under you and all persons claiming chant. intend to apply for permission i John Keece Scott and Lottus Robertt
any Interest in the said land by vir-it0  purchase  the  following  described! Scott' the 30th May> 1911�� and a11 Per"
Toronto, June 8.���"The problem
of the Protestant missionary movement in China today is not one of
winning converts; that has been
solved, for we're getting them in hundreds and thousands; but the problem is, what are we going to do with
them?"
That's what  Rev. Dr. James Endicott,   a   returned    missionary   from
China, told the Women's Missionary
society  of  the   Methodist  church  at
the Elm street Methodist church.  He
went on to show that tbe task before
them  was the training of the   Chinese for the church, and ln order to
do this tbey had to convert and sanctify the Chinese language.   The Chinese had no word for church  In its
Christian  significance, nor any  word
for sinner, the nearest approach to
the latter being a word which meant
criminal.    They wouldn't accomplish
their work In China until they had established a decent Christian self-propagating church.    They had to take
the raw material represen tei in   the
people    and    mould    and    cultivate
church  leaders, out of them.      This
was  no easy  task, when   they  contemplated    the   fact   that    although
Christianity had long been established in Canada, yet there was great difficulty    encountered    ln    obtaining
church leaders.
Dr. Endicott gave some idea of the
really great significance attached to
sucb reformative movements in China
as the war on opium traffic and the
unbinding of the women's feet. He
doubted whether the women in Canada would resppn.l so readily as the
Chinese women. In Canada they wore
things which they didn't like, but
they did it because it was the fashion.
CoiilA Mot Bunco
Tbis Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
lands:
  sons having any claims or demands
,,..,.  ~���..- ���.*,. ...as.    -...*.*,*��� ���*, ,     d    .. -_-._. ..laiminr anv interest I     Commencing   at   a    post    planted! agai^t the aaid Elizabeth Ann Scott
Coast-Take notice that I, Christ* *���� .Sd  land   J?dl."nt   whwe   *��><>�� one mile east of T. L   32454,   who died at the City of New  West-
,aer Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C��� oc   "ft "�� "jgjj�� iHtMfc? ��S and  two miles from   Haslam   **>��>. ! mln8ter ��n the 2nd MarCh' 1911, ara
���upatlon  broker, intend to apply for, ���*�� ����l ^T^��� Registry  Act?  theDce ea!* 80 chains,  thence  south | required on or before the lst day of
mrmlaalon to nurctaaaa tlie following  ^ requ|red  to contegt the c,alm ^  80   chains,   thence   west    8 0   chains,
the   tax   purchaser   within    forty-five] thence north 80 chains   to   point of
days from tbe date ofthe service of | commencement   and   containing   640
this notice upon you, and in derault of acres more or less.
a caveat or certlflcate oi Us pendens I K.  B.  FRANCIS,
being flled within such period, or   lu I Duncan   O'Hara,   Agent.
May 2, 1911.
July, 1911, to send by post prepaid
or to deliver to the undersigned solicitors of the said John Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators,
their names and addresses, and full
particulars in writing of their claims,
i and statement of their accounts veri-
48U acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   16th,   1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District ofj
Coast���Take notice tbat I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
���married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
id scrihed lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chaina,
thence north 80 chains, thence eaat
40 chains, thence south 40 cbalns,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
4o chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Hated Aprll  16th, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for  permission  to  purchase the    fol-
.. ..   i..a.-   ��\,mnu>nciue
  i1 lied by statutory declaration, and the
ever estopped and debarred from set-1 NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-  nature of the securities, if any, held
j ting up any claim to or ln respect of
; the said land; and 1 shall register Edwin John Bond as owner thereof in;
i fee. And I hereby order that publlca-,
ition 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 Ollice,
New   Westminster,  Province  ot  Brit.;
lsh   Columbia, this   8th day ot May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davies  Estate.
TRICT���District of New Westmia-1 by them,
ster.-Take notice that I, W. E. Fry, I And take notice that after the lat
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,1 day ot July�� 1911> the said John Reece
intend to apply ior permission to I ScoU and Loftus Robert Scott will
purchase the following described | proceed to distribute the assets of
lands: i the said deceased among the persona
Commencing at a post planted about entitled thereto, having regard only
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T. I to the claims ot which they shall
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence i then have had notice, and the said
, 80 chains north, thence 80 chaina east, 1 John Keece Scott and Lottus Robert
I thence 80 chaina south to point ol
| commencement, and containing 640
I acres more or less.
W. E, FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
CaooKSTAiRS, Ont.
National thug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
tbe following carefully,
" I waa pestered last week with a tra-
veiling agent wbo said be bad beard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I tbU bin I bad been and be wanted to
sell mesomeother medicine. I answered
that I waa taking GIN PILLS, 'the
only medicine that did me any good.
I told1 bim tbat I bad tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good bat GIN PILLS and tbat I
always kept ��� bos fai tbe bouse. GIN
PILLS have done tne more 'good than
any other medicine I have ever taken.
Yon are at full liberty to use this letter
for the benefit ef all concerned."
Joseph Stevbnsok.
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. Ityour dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of joe a box, 6 for I2.50,
send direct to us, Sample box free lf yoa
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if GIN PILLS do not {rive
relief. National Drag and Chemical
Co.   Dept. B.C.   Toronto. 08
Manga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people,, especially valuable for
correcting female troubles. They purify
and enrich the blood, and help to build
up the whole system. 50c. a box at all
dealers.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Scott, administrators, will not be
liable tor aa* debts or liabilities nt
the aald Elizabeth Ann Scott ot which
they ahall not   bave    then received
notice.
Dated this 5th day of June, 1911.
WHEALLER.    McQUARRlE
tc MARTLN,
WADE,
I NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-
  TRICT���Dtrtilct of  New  Westmi*,
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 ln ster.-Take    notice    that    1, Dorothy j Solicitors  for John  Reece  Scott  and
elusive,  18 to  27 Inclusive, and 30 Fry,    of    Seattle,    Wash.,   occupation "*"    * "    "
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions married  woman,  intend  to apply  fo'
of tho south half   or   section    18, permission to purchase the following
township 2, New Westminster dis- described lands:
trict. Commencing at a post planted about
A certificate of lndereaslble title to one mile east  of Theodosia  lake, at
the above property wlll be issued to T.  L.  31662, thence    east  80  chain*.
lowing described ,and'��-  Commenc lng Stevenson on the 30th day   thence north 80 chains, thence  west
at a post planted southeast corner 01, ��e�� unle8s ln the meantime   80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
T,  L.  31792, thence north " cb��ina,  o. J      ' ,Rn tnereto be made to point of commence,   and    ~���t��l��m-
_. oa ..i.-iifi^   thonce soutli **v . *   .*....   a,   . _ mrt I ^.^ ��� ,
thenco eUBt 80 chains, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence tollowini; lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1811.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
C(i^���i_Tnic�� notice that I. Hannah
Coast���Take notice
__^_ containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
! Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
1     May 19, 1911.
I NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
j    TRICT���District of New Westmln-
--��� ster.-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,
The person or persons having in 0f Vancouver, occupation merchant,
their custody or possession the fol- intend to applv for permission to
lowing title deedg relating to the said 1   Ilrrha8e    the    folIOWlttK
me ln writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or ln any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, li. C, May 16, 1911.
Loftus Robert Scott.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA
HUDSON   BAY   RAILWAY.
Stop Che Leaks
\nYourO>^B\\\
���Use a Gtwney.OxiOTd
range and save 20 per cent,
of your coal bill.
        described
Huehler. of Calgary -Alberto, ooettpa, I ^^^^e^T to deliver toel&dT"
spinster,   Intends   to.app y    .����  * '    ��' ,     undersigned. Commencing
v .... .��,��� fniinwlm.   same to .    ig(j.     Qrant from   ^^  ^ ^ ^   Qf T   L   S2454
irqubar  McRae. | nn(j   two  miles  from    Haslam    Lake.
In  fee  from  Far- j (hence  east   80  chains,  thence  not t'l
tion   spinster,   lult"u��   w,h "V���  ow|ng'same to the unoe
permission to purchase ��e jOUOWlUg Mardl
described   lands:    CojMMnctag St a      1 > Fari
post planted at the.W����*g corner t
at    a    post    planted
McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
August. 1901,   Benjamin
16th
<tt T. li, 81792, thenco west	
tlience south  80 chains, tlience    east; quhar
80 chains, thence north 80 chains toi     (C)    .* ������    ^^^^^^^^
point   of commencement,   containing [Stevenson to J. d. Buchanan,   Con
640 acres more or less. I veyance In  fee  under  power  of sale
HANNA  lU'KIU.KK,      contained ln mortgage,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.!     (d)    21st March, 1902.    Conveyance
Haled April 16th, 1911. Iln tee trom .1. D. Buchanan to Benja-
��� ���- min Stevenson.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of   WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   J011N-
nolice   that   1,   James STON
3katoon, Saskatche
Take
ing      	
west  corner
dlan  reserve,
thence  north
1     of  the  Green  Point  ln-
t hence west 40 chains.
chains,  thence  east
Boone Keilln, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
NKW  WESTMINSTER ^LANBI- DI*
WBOMgg i^haY   I.   J-
District of   WHITESIDE,
Solicitors for Applicant.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT
Re north half or lot 34, blo?k "B," sub- j
at
the
'aopiy Vor permission to purchase the
fo^wing  described  landB:
n^NTend S Alpha lake, on the
the.ii��nfthe    Pemberton    Trail,
J2 "h; nor h A    Chato   to   point   of
SSSSStt. containing 160 acres
mm,e��dthe97th day of March. 1911.
J   FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
division   ol   lot   30,   group   z
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in
district of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof  of ths loss of certificate of title number 9410F, Issued
in the name of    Arthur   de    Brissac
Owen, has been fl'.ed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publlca'ion hereof, in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue m
duplicate of the sali certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,    New  West-
! minster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
Notice t Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will be received at this office,
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
of August, for a section of about 185
miles   from   Pas   Mission   to   Thicket
Portage.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract to be entered into can bo
seen on and after Wednesday, May
31, at tbe office of the Chief Engineer
of the Department of Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
or the Chiei Engineer of the Hudson
Bay Railway, Winnipeg, at which
places forms of tender may be obtained.
Parties tendering will be required
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or to be prepared by the Department of Labor, whicli schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors are requested to bear
in mind, that tenders will not be considered unless made strictly in accordance with the printed forms, and
in the case of firms, unless there are
^^^^^^^^ attached   the   actual   signature,    the.
A principal and other teachers for I nature  of the occupation,  and  place
"   a principal and other! of residence of each member of   the
1 ***** <*#MW|
j RO chains, thence    west    80    chains,
I thence south SO chains to the point ol
I commencement, and    containing    640
I acres more or less.
I J. I. DWAR.
Duncnn  O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
I	
Wanted
the High school,	
teachers for the Girls' Piiblic school,
this city. State age and experience.
Send testimonials with applications,
which will be received untll June 22.
R. LENNIE,  Becretary.
IT PAYS TO AOVE3TISE
��� IN ���
THE OAIUY NEW8
COAL
New
I Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 106.    P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St, Foot of 8lxth.
flrm.
An accepted bank cheque for tho'
sum of $200,000.00 made payable to
the order of the Minister of Railways
and Canals must accompany each ten-j
der, which sum wlll be forfeited if
the party tendering declines entering
into contract for the work, at the
rates stated ln the offer submitted. |
The cheques thus sent in will be
returned to the respective contractors
whoBe tenders are not accepted.
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment of tho
contract to be entered Into.
il    The lowest or any tender not neces-
| sarlly accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canal3,
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers  Inserting  this  advertisement without authority from the
Department wlll not be paid for it.)
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here 13 thc finest steel range
made ty thc well known
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There's no better to be had
in thc country. Hade in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range on thc market, v.-it.'i every late device
far economy and convenience.
Material is the best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
cither end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door cn warming closet. Divided oven flue, tj
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
ovoa door if desired. Made
for coal or wood, Besides
these special features���
^The OXFORD V
/ECONOMIZER^
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cosi lor (u.i. Will site al lt**t 20 awr ctal.
ol Ibe coal yno iow use end wiil lake all
coking odora a* Ike ckinnej.
You'll a ivi. money cvi-ry dny you
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cooking.
Lot i:s d"moiMtntto to ycu llio
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perfect a good r.lnf.* can be. Wo will
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for anv kind of fuel. On d'splay on
our floors all the time.    .
Get acquainted with the best
known, best liked stoves and ranges in
all Canada. Aad do M sow���for tbo good
of your pookotbook.
DEPARTMENT   OF   MILITIA   AND
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range,
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender   for   construction   of
Nelson,  B. C. Rifle Range" and   addressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, tbe
15th June, for the construction ot a
1 Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
1    Plana and   specifications   may   be
,  Men and tuU lntonnatkw obtained at
1 \tb�� ottloe ot th* DUtrtst Ottfb* Om*>
1   maadlns MWury Dtftrtct No. U. Vto-
torta. B. C, ttt MliMtt ��!*��*���
BwfcrtoM,  Hofryiartta, OtUrwa
tWOSteer Coiwinftn imftl ���
Nelson. B. C. *.TW��� \
Tender* most be mad* <	
���applied by tb* Department
'; companied by an accepted ct . , .
i a Canadian chartered bank, tor id '.pe*,
1 cent of tie amount ot th* tender, payl
| able to the order ot tbe Honourable
tbe Minister of Militia and Defence,
��� which amount will be forfeited if the
j party tendering decline to enter into
{ a contract or fail to complete it in ao
| cordance with the tender.
j The Department does not bind it-
I self to accept the lowest or any ten-
' der.
EUGENE FISET.
I Colonel.
j Deputy  Minister  of  Militia   and   Day
I    ten*..
I Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid ft
they insert tbis advertisement without authority from the Department).
a.3   \*l .  %
oath* lent
ed cheque oa
/
T. J. TRAPP & CO.l
681  Columbia Street.
��� SEALED TENDERS addressed to
I the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m..
on Monday, June 13, 1911, for the construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plans, specltlcation and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson,   Resident   Anchitect,   Vic-
.toria, B. C, at the post   office, Cran-
pirook, and at this Department.
Persons tendering aty uot ilit d that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tbe printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence, ln the case ot
Arms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place ot
residence of each member of the flrm
must be given.
Eacb tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable tbe Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent, (10 p c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited lf the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. lf
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C.  DESROCHEHS,
Secretary.
Department of Publlc   Works. Ottawa. May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers wlll not be paid fo-
this advertisement If tbey insert it
without authority from the Department).
'jj*
.<-*' Do you
want to
svmS ?
Ke have
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
The Interment witflakfe place here I The B. C. E. R. has again tomorrow
todav of Joseph Mttls, who diel    in  special rates to Vancouver in connec
1 Vancouver at the age of fifty-eight Uon with thc big lacrosse match, and
vears    Mass will be celebrated at the "textra  accommodation   will  be  avail
1 Holv' Rosary XlWfS the able. The reduced rates rule from
removal of the remain* to this city. ��� one o'clock onwards.
For spring plants and cut flowers,    Don't forget the dance at the Eagles
phone Davles and Son, flo.iste. Phone ��� hall every Monday night. **
897. .   .  p.   rn       ** Sherriff, Rose & Co.    require    im-
i*��Ai 11   mediately for a client, a tract of west
The Grand Lodge 01,**,?. *v a. ���"���|end  acreftge, subdivided,  or  suitable
will, convene at Victoria on Corona-1 purpose.   Phone 832, 650 Co
tton Day.    It is ext-mea- that.an ap-, *   ��
plication will  be  made,, from  Milner , ��""""*
for a dispensation to w.ork a lodge in      Hairdresslng,   manicuring,   massig-
the Langley municipality.                       lng. room 5 Market block, over Hun-
Will the party who,toe* a package  tor's.   Phone 870. ���?]
of sewing machine needles and writ ���
ing paper from Vancouver car on Wed-1
nesday evening kindly return same to j
J. H. Todd's music store. **
When the
Hre Bell!
TTO'
Your first thought "Is that my home
on flre." Why worry; tfke out a policy In on*t of the quick* settlement
companies which I represent.
A. W. McLeod
MHttS
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
Apparently the Mexican revolution
and earthquake has had so much influence on some Westminster lacrosse enthusiast that he collected
change from the gatekeepers at
Queens park last evening on a Mexican dollar at the full face value,
whereas lt is not worth more than
50 cents at the outside.
The balance reported dt the concluding meeting of the May Day committee for this year has been very
much diminished as a consequence of
other accounts coming in for settlement, and there will only be a small
margin when finance committee has
bad time to wind matters up. A
subscription has been "donated to the
Greenwood fund.
Among the prisoners at the .provincial Jail is William Andy, who will
serve a month for violating the liquor
laws a! Bella Coola. Thr purser of
the Boscowitz boat, the Venture, took
charge of him and turned him over
to the provincial police at Vancouver
on arrival. A constable subsequently
saw him safely inside the walls of
the jail here.
Messrs. Kellington and Hendry do
not permit time to hang heavily on
their hands. They, with an increasing connection in the real estate business, cannot afford to, and their
premises in the Northern Crown hank
block being found tdh small to allow
them to carry out the numerous
branches In connection with the firm's
growing energies, decided upon a
move to more commodious premises
in the Vancouver bank block, at the
corner of Eighth and Columbia
streets. Within a comparatively few
hours all the furniture ani appointments had been transferred to the
new bome of the flrm.
The Public
Supply Stores
Apply J.
**
Typewriter for sale, 110
H. Todd's music store.
Pol?  Rent���Waterfront���I  will  rent
the property    ln    New    Westminster,
known  as  the  Crystal  Glass   Works,
which   comprises   500   feet   ol   water!
frontage, 250 feet wharfage, anl two!
buildings 00x200 feet, With three flats.I
One 80 h.p. engine, one 75 h.p. boiler I
and    electric    motor,    shafting,    etc.
Seven acres of land, bounded by the
Fraser  river  and  the G.  N.  railway.
To the proper parties we Will give a
lease, and  will  consiler any  reasr.n-
ahle offer.    Apply to P. Peebles, 020
Columbia  street,    New Westminster.
Phone 307. *���
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.
Vernon Chief of Police.
Fernie, June 8.���Robert   N. Clarke
has resigned the position of chief of
police, to take effect on the 13th   instant, to take a  similar position
Vemon.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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
Muir't   Sarsaparilh
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
MIHR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St
New Westminster, B.C.
�����.;t:a^^.vya^i.r^X-'f,^'^^^jatr.-Wa:^^-j
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 flve minutes of
city car line; high anl dry;
$750 each;  one third cash.
(622)���Princess street .large fot
on nortb side of this streot
for $700; one-third cash, balance to arrange.
(681)���Facing Moody square,
two lots almost cleared,
handy to both city and interurban car lines;  $900 e.ich.
(680)���Sherbrooke street, close
to school site and park. Price
$550;  terms to arrange.
(682)���Fifth street, cleared lot
with lane at rear; $900;
terms one-third cash, balance
to arrange.
(651)���Princess street, medium
sized lot near Sixth street for
$750;   terms  to arrange.
(732)���First street and Seventh
avenue, three choice lots in
a rapidly Improving locality,
close to new school site;
$700 cach; one-third cash,
balance to arrange.
T. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
Startling Price
Reductions
Dress Goods   Exceptional Values
_-MMW,WM,M^<w^hM^WpMMPMMW|        ' ****************ms**a��*******************^*n ��� ������ ��� m ��� -��� ***************
Big Money-Saving Opportunities for Friday
Values to $1.25; Friday Bargain 25c. Yard
The biggest offer we have ever made in Dress Goods.
Every yard is worth at least twice this amount; while
much of it is reduced to a fraction of actual cost. We
want to set another record mark like last Friday
Bargain day, and this offer should cause live buying,
the goods are in widths from 40 to 52 inches; an assortment of light and medium weight goods; come in
a big range of shades in plain checks, stripes and
diagonal effects.   This is the chance of a lifetime.
Ginghams, Prints and Suitings, 10c. per yard
PRICED TO GIVE RARE BUYING FRIDAY.
Ginghams, English prints and costume suitings at another big money saving chance; all good patterns; large range in light, medium and dark shades; width 29 to 31 Inches; regular values to loc. Get
here early for th epick.
LINENS, STAPLES, ETC.
Big Savings on Friday.
50x56 inches table cloth of white linen; neat floral
designs; nice size for camp cloth; regular 85c. Friday bargain, at each    50c
BARGAIN   BED SPREADS.
Heavy Grecian spreads; size 70x80 inches; regular
$1.25.     Friday bargain    $1-00
BIG SAVINGS ON TOWELS.
White crepe ttowels; size 19x33 inches; extra
apodal.   Fridaybargain  ��������� 6 for 50c
LAWN SPECIAL A BIG VALUE.
32-inch fine trade Victoria lawn; regular 15c. Friday bargain   ��� ��� 8 yards for 75c
OXFORD   SHIRTINGS     PRICED     SPECIAL     FOR
FRIDAY,
Good heavj piallty English shirting; In neat stripe
patterns; width 27 inches; regular 20c. Friday
bargain, per yard  15��
GLASS CLOTH  BARGAIN.
22-inch all linen glass cloth; red or blue check.
Friday   bargain, per yard   IQo
CRASH TOWELLING AT A SAVING
20-lnch wash c"ash towelling; soft and easy to wash-
regular  15c.    Friday bargain, per yard  12'/2C
SHEETING   AT VERY SPECIAL PRICE.
72-inch full  bleached English sheeting; good weight
and even weave; regular 35c.    Friday bargain, per
yard    25c
LINEN   DAMASK   LOW  PRICED.
08-Inch pure linen Damask; full bleached; beautiful sttln finish and neat pattern; regular 85c. Friday  bargain,   per yard   65c
ASSORTMENT OF FANCY LINENS���EXTRA BIG
VALUES.
Tray cloths, tea cloths, centres, scarfs and pram
covers; in drawn work; Battenberg and embroidered;   all   sizes;  regular to 85c. Friday bargain 50c
FLANNELETTE 12 YARDS FOR $1.00
2S-inch striped flannelette; in pinks, blues and
fawns;   exceptional good value.
WHITE PIQUE SPECIAL.
30-inch fine French pique; nice finish and weight;
regular 35c.    Friday bargain, per yard   ,..25c
NECKWEAR   PRICED TO  CLEAR.
Lace and lawn Dutch collars, yokes and jabots; in
cream and white;  regular to 50c.    Friday bargain,
each
.25c
HOUSE   DRESSES���BEST OF  VALUES.
Regular to $2.50.    Friday Bargain $1.50 Each.
Women's    house dresses of print and pei'cale;  one
piece Btyles;   buttoned front; black and white, blue
and   white  and pink and white.
STREET   DRESS���FRIDAY   BARGAIN $5.00 EACH
Regular values to $15.00; women's smart dresses
for street wear; in lawns, linens, mulls, ginghams
and percale; the assortment is too extensive to
admit of detail; styles are good and range of colors
and patterns large; values are extraordinary and
we would advise an early shopping.
BEST SCOTCH GINGHAM.
Special for Friday, 8 Yarda for $1.00.
Large range of new checks, stripes and plaids; in
all   the   imaginable colors; absolutely fast washers.
CRETONNES  HALF  PRICED.
Regular to 30c.    Friday Bargain  15c   Per Yard.
Reversible   curtain cretonnes; floral designs; width
40 inches;  clearing at a big reduction   15c
HOISERY  BARGAINS OF  INTEREST.
Children's  socks; assorted lot in llsles, cottons and
cashmeres;   tan, white, fancy and black; regular to
35c.    Friday bargain, per pair  20c
Women's guaze lisle hose; garter top and double
sole; In shadss of saxe. champagne, grey, myrtle
and ox-blood; regular 25c. Friday bargain, po-
pair   25c
LACES AT  HALF  PRICE.
Fancy Oriental, German and French laces;   widths
from 4 to 6 Inches;   In  shades of cream, ecru and
white;  all beautiful flne nets;  regular to 50c.    Friday bargain, uer yard  25c
EMBROIDERY   GOOD   VALUES.
Fine   cambric corset  cover embroidery;   neat    designs of beading   edge;    regular    tot  00c.    Friday
bargain, per yard 40c
TAPESTRY  CU8HION    TOPS    SPECIAL    PRICES
'       FOR  FRIDAY.
Heavy scenic designs; sizes 20x20 inches; regular
35c.    Friday oargain,  per yard    25-
GLOVE8   EXTRA  SPECIAL.
Regular $1.00;  Friday Bargain 65c P er Pair.
Women's    French kid gloves; with two spring fasteners;   in  shades of tan, grey    and    black;    very
special values. |
ELASTIC BELTS AT SLAUGHTERED PRICES.
Regular   75c;  Friday Bargain 25c Each.
Women's elastic belts; in shades of mauve, rose
and   green;   neat buckles.
Cream Serge Coats Low Priced for Friday
REGULAR $18.50 TO $20.00.     FRIDAY   BARGAIN $12.50  EACH.
Women's cream serge coats;   semi-fitting styles;  with large sailor collars of corded silk;  pipings of     8
blue;   handsome plaid buttons,  others  with   shawl collars  of  black satin and inlaid-collars of silk; half
lined;  50 to 54 inches long.
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