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LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
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VOLUME 6, NO'S
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NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C., SATUR DAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
LIBERAL CLUB MAY
BE BUILT IN THIS CITY
SCHEME TO HAVE BUILDING FOR
HEADQUARTERS OF PARTY IN
THE DISTRICT IS UNDER CONSIDERATION.
CARELESS BOYS SEND
BULLET INTO KITCHEN
Irresponsible Youths, Playing with .22
Rifle, Endanger Lives of West
End Residents.
Liberals of the city gathered ln the
Eagles hall last night to meet J. W.
Weart, the Liberal candidate for
Westminster district, and discuss
with him the important question of
the organization of the district Ior
Dominion political purposes.
Mr. Weart gave an Interesting, effective and enthusiastic address on
the subject, setting forth in a most
convincing way, supported by facts
and figures, his view that the erection
of a Liberal club building ln Westminster would redound greatly to
the permanent advantage of the party,
both as a centre and focus of organi
zation, and for necessary revenue purposes, besides being a paying investment for the subscribers.
George Kennedy, president of the
Westminster City Liberal association,
presented a satisfactory, report of preliminary canvassing work done by
him, and the proposition resulting in
the securing of several thousands of
dollars In provisional subscriptions,
thereby furnTSSing a most encouraging start, to which Mr. Weart was
able to add a substantial sum subscribed by district supporters of the
scheme, who had received the project
favorably wherever it had been laid
before them.
A good many additional subscriptions were also received at the meeting, and a motion was unanimously
passed calling a meeting of subscribers for Tuesday evening next to
decide finally as to the building project and also as to the definite stto
to be chosen from four or five submitted at last night's meeting.    ,.
A committee was also appointed by
resolution to examine and formulate
tbe various site proposals and made
a recommendation to Tuesday night's
meeting.
During his speech Mr. Weart paid
a plowing tribute to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, and commented on the magnificent reception he was getting at
the Imperial conference in Kngland,
and tbe many enconiums the press of
that country was showering upon
him. During his speech Mr. Weart
roused tbe enthusiasm of his audience
by quotliiK ii'" following rrom an editorial In the Province, one of the
leading Conservative papers ln British
Columbia, on Sir Wilfrid:
"The advantage of having Sir Wilfrid Laurier represent Canada in tho
mother country at the session of the
Imperial conference and the coronation ceremony will be manifest from
the impression which he has already
made since his arrival, and especially,
nt the dinner on Tuesday night, given
by the Pilgrim's Society. Sir Wilfrid's
speech at this event was decidedly the
feature of the occasion. It created
enthusiasm because of its patriotic
ring. ...    Sir Wilfrid expressed very
VANCOUVER WORKMEN
VOTE EOR A STRIKE!   ON MURDER CHARGE
A bullet, fired from a .22 rifle, sped
through the kitchen window of C. B.
Deans' residence on Sixth avenue and
Eleventh street yesterday evening,
tearing through a piece of oilcloth)
and snipping a chip, off the table. A i
few seconds earlier one of the members of the family had been directly
in the path of the bullet.
Mr. Deans made an effort to discover the.careless lad responsible for
the shooting, but was unable to se-'
TRADES AND LABOR MEETING
.  SUPPORTS PROPOSAL TO 8US-
i
PEND ALL ACTIVITY ON JUNE
5��� PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION.
Vancouver, May 27.���The resolution
adopted by the executive of the.
Trades and Labor council at a meeting on Thursday evening, dealing with
the proposal to call a general sympathetic strike in Vancouver on June r��,
ln order to assist tbe carpentns and
cureleflnU^eiioug��rintormation "to'bttUflera' employees to bring their em-
warrant a prosecution. He has strong ployers to terms, was ratified at in
suspicion against one of a gang of j open meeting of the Trades and Labor
youths who have been In the habit; council yesterday eveSing.
of late of improving their markman
ship with a .22 rifle ln his neighborhood, a pastime which he considers
far from pleasant for the otber residents in tbe vicinity.
Several complain! of a like nature
have been made during the past few
weeks, and although no fatalities or
serious accidents have had to be reported, this has In no sense been due
to the care taken by the young Nim-
rods, whose great ambition seems to
be to pull the trigger, let the bullet
speed where lt will.
YOUNG STOREKEEPER IS
SHOT BY NIGHT THIEF
D. E. Q. Probert Hovering    Between
Life and Death as Result of
Encounter with Robber.
The attendance at tbe meeting was
smaller than bad been expected.
Forty voted in favor of tbe strike.
Only flve opposed the motion.
The delegates of the Electrical
Workers' union refused to vote, maintaining tbat their union bad not instructed them in the matter. Other
individual delegates also adopted this
course, and in consequence it was decided to reaffirm the motion at the
next general meeting of the council,
on Thursday of next week. In the
opinion of the leaders there Is no
doubt tbat the next meeting wiil also
be overwhelmingly in favor of the
cessation of work.
It is the Intention of R. P. Pettlpiece and other leaders to hold a
demonstration next week ln order to
stir public sympathy in their cause.
The exact nature of this appeal    to
JURY DISAGREE
TWELVE GOOD MEN AND TRUE
AGREE TO DIFFER IN LONG
DRAWN OUT CASE ��� FRESH
TRIAL ON MONDAY.
After an absence of three hours
and twenty minutes, tbe jury sitting
on tbe murder case Rex vs. Eneaa
Mack returned and took their places
in the silent court, and tiie foreman,
David Boyle, announced that be and
his fellow jurors had been unable u>
agree oh a verdict. The speakei Inadvertently let slip the words "We
stood seven to five for���" until suddenly pulled up Mr. Justice Clement.
Answering his lordship's query the
foreman said tbat they had tried four
GEORGE CUNNINGHAM IS
VICTIM OF BAB ACCIDENT
Well Known Wan Thrown from Sulky
When Horse Runs Away���internal
Hemorrhage la Fearer-
Thrown' headlong from his bulky at
5:45 o'clock las tnight arter his horse
had galloped madly for seVeral
blocks, George Cunningham, sr., was
shortly after taken to his home suffering severe pain. On examination
by Dr. Hall a few minutes later the
exact nature of his injuries could not
be ascertained, but as the victim was
spitting blood it was feared that he
may have suffered an internal hemorrhage.
Mr. Cunningham was turning the
corner' of Third avenue and Eighth
street when his horse became frightened and   "Bolted.    Galloping    madly
times to come to a settlement, but; the animal travelled along Eighth as
this had been found Impossible.
His lordship refused to suspend the
second trial over Monday, this on application from W. Norman Bole, K.C.
for the crown, who reminded the
court that the expense already Incurred had been enormous. The second
hearing will be taken on Monday
afternoon before a fresh jury.
The entire day was taken up with
the case, which' lasted, excluding the
luncheon and dinner intervals, for
practically ten hours.
Sigh Gives Evidence.
Peter Sigh, who turned King's evidence, occupied some time qn tbe
witness stand and gave his version
of the tragedy and the events leading
up to it in a cool and collected manner, and failed at any time to show
MEXICO NO LONGER
UNDER HEEL OE DIAZ
PRE8IDENT FORMALLY RESIGNED
YE8TERDAY���TROUBLE IS AL��
READY LOOMING UP FOB
FRANCE8C0   MADERO   ,JR.
the public has not yet been decided j that the movements of either the
upon, but it will probably take the prisoner, witnesses or himself were
form of a parade, to be followed by" a. dull in his recollections, even after an
Mexico City, May 27.���Ex-Presideht
Diaz secretly left the city at two>
o'clock this morning for Vera Cruz,
where he will embark fer Spain. A
private telegram just received reports
his safe arrival at Vera Cruz.
Mexico City, May 26.���Pledged to
rule only until order shall be restored
and a president and vice-president
are popularly elected, Francisco Leon,
de la Barra. former ambassador to tha
United States, was sworn ln at noon
today as president pro tempore or
Mexico in the yellow room of the
national palace.
Not a single cheer for Porflrio Diaz.
the deposed president, and but few
for de la Barra greeted the swearing
in of the temporary executive, bnt
in the packed streets about fhe palace
tbe crowds made the air vocal with,
shouts of "Vive Madero" and cheer*
for tbe rebel chief whose successful
campaign has inaugurated a new era
in Mexico.
Throughout all the city today there
was not a single   outbreak.    The interest attaching to De la Barra's tak
ing the oath was heightened bv the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ circulation of a proclamation that he
Claims of Aborigines to Share of the | issued, declaring   that   he will be &
candidate for neither   the presidency
far as Fifth avenue, turned the corner and sped towards the avenue as
far as Tenth street. At this corner
the horse failed to make the curve,
Mr. Cunningham being thrown out
and lighting heavily on the ground.
He was immediately removed to his
home, where all possible attention
waa rendered him.
GRIEVANCE Of INDIANS
TO BE HEARD IN COURT
Crown Lands In British Columbia
to Be Finally Given Hearing.
Finding himself cornered, a despc:
ate robber who bad entered a small
muss meeting in tbe open air.
OF YOUR CHARITY.
in
Appeal  Made on  Behalf of    Lad
Danger of Becoming Cripple.
To permit the treatment by nerve
store "in'whonnock  early  yesterday I socialists  of  the  little  lad    Green-
. . .   .   ,    . _. I wood, who was injured by a stray bul-
morning drew his gun and shot at D.; let  8evera,  m(mths agQ   and whQ ,g
nor the vice-presidency    at the coming elections. This, the peopIe"believe
is    an indication    of    the    complex
triumph ot Madero, who   is   thought
...     .    Vancouver, May 26-After an agita-lfto^De ul��rraCrdaniaTrnleI!t
Sigh, through an interpreter, leaned  tlon lasting for several years, dnring   wouldconU���� tW ���.w ��r? he
his cheek on his open hand and al- which time the provincial and Domin- beHeved the��� u ���* VTet \l*
most callously told how prisoner,' lon governments were successively MaderoTwill he m���i��U ���f��. !fe?
when he found that he (Sigh) had I Importuned to listen to the complaints tto^nSrtteit T^��3f l "S?"^"'
brought the drunken Barnard into his' and claims of the aborigines, it has  the��� ea���t welcome Inits hTstorf to
Interval of almost eight months since
the night ot the killing ot Barnard
at the toot of Eighth street
boat, took hold   of   Barnard,   tipped  just been decided by tbe authorities
him over the side ot the boat   in mid', at Ottawa to submit to judicial heap
Indians, who contend that they are
entitled to a share of the crown lands
in this province.
Information to this effect was re-
^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^_^^_.^^__, ceived today by representatives of the
Wappenstein, of Seattle, Must Furnish   Indians from lawyers in the east who
(Continued on page four)
FOUR   MORE   INDICTMENTS.
Bends for $20,000 Additional.
Seattle, May 2t>.���The case against
Former Chief of Police  Wappensteln
on  an  indictment  charging  the    acceptance of a bribe of $1000 from   a
acted in the presentation of the
claims at Ottawa, it is stated that
the case will be submitteiTto either
the supreme court of Canada or the
E. G. Probert.    At short range,    the I now in danger of becoming a cripple! stream and ueid him down with both I ing the case of the British Columbia
bullet  tore    Into    Probert's stomach'as a  result  unless  immediate  atten- "   " " " .-.��� .   .-...  ...
and so serious is tlie injury that small tion is available, a fund is being railed
hopes of the survival of the victim for the purpose of sending the boy to
are held out. I Rochester,   N.   Y.,   where   specialists
From brief snatches of news which ! can attend to his case.   The sum    ot
have drifted down, it appears that the j $500 Is needed.
members o*-*s-**tsm ot crow, Probert | Th��> city has headed the subscrlp-
& Whiting, general storekeepers, were I tion list with $100, and with a view
aroused from their slumbers and ' to raising the remaining $400 the fo'-
when investigations were made in ��� lowing petition is to be circulated:
the front portion of the premises, a We, the undersigned, contribute the
swarthy man was discovered standing | amounts opposite our names toward a.
near the safe, immediately he ob-. fund to enable the little seven-year-
served them he jumped across and , old boy���Greenwood���(who was' in-
without ceremony commanded Crow I Jured by a stray bullet on our public
an.l Whiting to retreat to an adjoin-; street) to secure the necessary medi-
ing room where Probert was lying, f cal treatment. We are informed that
at the same time covering the part- j the medical profession here can do
ne:s with a gun. The order belns I no more for him and It will be neee.3-
obeyed in part, the keys of the safe! sary to send him to Rochester, N.Y..
were next asked to be handed over. I where nerves can be grafted, it will
Whiting, who had managed to keep require about five hundred ($500;
in the rear of the intruder and hold-' dollars to save this boy from being a
up;   made a gallant attempt to down   life long cripple.    Help if you can.
the conqueror of Diaz when he arrives
from Juarez.
How Diaz Resigned.
How Diaz came to resign yesterday
after so long a delay was whispereif
today among the official set Madero'*
quick and determined action forced
Diaz's band. All day Diaz had temporized and there was still doubt that ha
would quit, when word was received
that Madero had ordered his troops to
advance from Juarez upon Chihuahua
as the flrst stage of an advance oa
privy council and that action to this I Mexico Citv Thai *ti*.-.'lA ^a"",~"aV "���
called In the criminal court yesterday,! close of the coronation fe'ii-'tics  the ! ft *.?�� ��� ,     !,   t0 Dlaz-told bim tha��-
^^^^m '      '        *" ��-IS re-ignation were withheld untif
forcibly and properly the opinion held! the midnight visitor and entwined hla.1     Contributions  mav  be  sent  to  the
in this country regarding the question! arms  round  his  man.    Probert.  who   city hall or the Bank of Montreal
of annexation  which  has    apparently j failed    to    get    out    of    bed quickly I  ��� .	
enough,  swung  himself  forward  anil' UNCLE JOu CANNON
tried to grapple, but at this moment j NEARLY USES "UGLY WORD"
the gun was discharged and a bullet 	
lodged in Probert's stomach.    He fell       Washington,  May    26.���Uncle    Joe
back  seriously  wounded  and  so bai   Cannon  in   the  house  today  showed
but was continued until today to latter part of next month,
give counsel for the defence time! Some time ago parties who had into prepare affidavits in support of terested themselves in the claims of
their motion for a change of venue, j the Indians waited on the provincial
The indictment under which Wap-' government and asked ^that a stated
pensteln is about to go to trial is thej case be submitted to th'e courts, but
first   of   eight   returned   against   him : the request was refused on the ground
by the special grand jury called to that the aborigines had no case in} dav by General Alfredo Domlneue/
investigate alleged graft in the police law. Then followed an appeal to Ot- Madero's personal representative
department under the last adminlstra- j tawa, with the result that a decision1	
has been reached to settle for all time
whether or not the Indians have any
legal claims to the crown lands    of
British Columbia.
^^^^^^^^^^^ ere withheld until
night hostilities would be resumed!
and no one could forecast the outcome. Diaz then surrendered and at
once sent the resignations of himseir
and Vice-President Ramon Corral to>
the chamber of deputies.
Word i.s nn.xiously awaited here to-
given so much disquiet in England
since the reciprocity pronosals were
presented  to parliament."
PIGEONS ON LUSITANIA
EASY PICKINGS FOR PROS.
Gamblers    Make    Rich    Haul    While
Crossing Atlantic���Clean  Up
$14,000 in Four Days.
New York, May 26.���There were fat
pickings for two professional gamblers
who came over on  the Lusitania, in
did he become that Crow and Whiting that he still has some pepper in hh
directed their attention on their part- composition. The former speaker's
ner, the would-be robber making good safety guage blew off when Represents escape. I Ktive Sherwood (Democrat, Ohio),
The police were at once notified sai(l he could prove that Cannon, as
and with a short period scouts speaker, had smothered Sherwood's
were scattered over a wide range of dollar a day pension bill and declared
country in the hunt for the mam.j that he now showed remarkable gall
Search parties were formed and men! In advocating the measure,
heavily armed were on the roads all j Sherwood aud Cannon occupy seats
afternoon, while the provincial police,! close together.
tion. Wappenstein was given until
today to furnish $20,000 bonds required on the four indictments returned against him on Tuesday. He
is already under $07,000 bonds on
the first four indictments.
CANADA'S IMMIGRATION
FOR   PAST TEN  YEARS
HONOR THE DEAD.
Eagles Will Piace Flowers on Graves
of Departed Brethren Tomorrow.
Members of the Fraternal Order of
Ottawa, May 26.���Immigration Eagles who have gone beffcre will ba
figures for the past ten years show remembered tomorrow afternoon,
tbe totul number of immigrants i each-1 when the annual ceremony of the
ing Canada destined for British Co-1 decoration of the graves will be car-
lumbia during that period was 188,- ried out. Members of Aerie No. 20
559. The maritime provinces got 7:i,- are to meet in the Eagles hall at 2:30
502, Quebec 258,820, Ontario 403,898, p.m., attend the memorial service, and
Manitoba  309,623,  Saskatchewan  and   then march in procession to Sapper-
 i Alberta 516,862.   Last year British Co-   ton,   where  the   different   cemeteries
At Sherwood's charge j lumbia got 54,689 out of total arrivals   will be visited
(Continued on Pase Three).
WARRANTS ISSUED FOB
EOITORS Of SEATTLE P.-T.
instructed by Officer Otway Wilkie,
sent up an official to Whonnock and
later In the evening lie left for the
scene of the shooting, where he will
carry on personal Investigations.
As soon as he could be moved after
Cannon leaped to his feet, shook his
fist in Sherwood's face, and shouted:
"I now look you ln the eye and
say tliere is no truth in your statement."
today.    One passenger reported that'being temporarily attended to by    a
in four days the gamblers picked up .. _. ^. ���   ���,���   _,     ,_     ,
$14,000 and that one of their victim:!
lOHt $1000 in an hour.
"I've lived almoBt all. my life in
parts of the west," said this passenger,
"where gambling ls wide open, but 1
never saw such quick action at poker.
Play usually began ln    the   smokln,?
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ST.
JOHN HARBOR IS
TO BE GREATLY IMPROVED
local medical man, Probert, who is a
young rnVii, was removed to Vancouver and taken to St. Paul's hospital
on  Burrard street.
On enquiry by telephone at an early
hour this morning, the Dally News
learned that the Injured man was pro-
riay usuimj  u<,Bm. ...  -.. j gresslng as well as could be expected, ^^^^^^^^
room at 11 o'clock at night and laBted   though  the  bullet had not yet been I bor wi" he provided ln Courtney bay
......  .u.ar. n. fnnr o'clock    ln    the  extracted from bis stomach. I t0 accommodate the G. T. P. steam-
] ship service.   There will also be a dry
dock of first class built with un ex
Ottawa. May 26.���The public works
department will cull for tenders within a few days for very extensive harbor works at St. John N.U., totalling
In the aggregate a cost of four or flve
! millions.   A new division of the har-
of 311,084.
HOT   IN   DREAMLAND.
until three or four o'clock ln the' extracted from his stomach,
morning. The pigeons could evidently afford their plucking, and as It was
none of my business I did not interfere. The steamship officers keep it
sharp lookout for professional gamblers, but occasionally an unknown
chevalier of fortune makes a smashing coup.
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
WILL ASK TENDERS
BRICKMAKERS'  STRIKE. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  | tensive ship  repairing  plant in  con
Has Tied Up Three Hundred Building  nection.    At Halifax the government
Contractors in Chicago. I will begin    shortly    new   docks aud
Chicago, May 26.���Three hundred other terminal Improvements costing
Chicago building contractors, who i "early a million,
have working agreements signed with | Engineering parties have been sent
47,000 workmen, are idle because of a' out t0 complete the survey of pro-
brickmakers' strike, in which only! Posed navigable waterways from Ed-
2500 men are directly involved. Brick1 monton  to   Winnipeg  via  Saskatche-
  I shipped here can not be utilized   be-; wan fiver,    it' is expected the work
Montreal, May 26.-���It ls announced cause the teamsters are in sympathy' of clearing and deepening channels
that the Canadian Northern will at with the brickmakers and refuse to wl" be actively begun next summer,
once ask for tenders for the construe- haul it. More than ��40,000,000. Results of preliminary surveys, last
tlon of the section of their main line | worth of building contracts can not summer Indicate that ten foot water
nrnnnd the north shore of Lake Super-   be started because contractors are uu   Wll-Vs can be obtained from Wlnnlue.
^*^^^^**************>****^****************** <   lr.    1*1.,,,,. , _	
Rink in Amusement Park at Coney
Island Destroyed by Fire.
New York, May 27.���The Dreamland rink in the amusement park at
Coney island was destroyed by flre
yesterday evening. For a time there
was considerable danger of the fire
spreading. .���.-
The following is the program mapped out for the afternoon:
1���Selection Orchestra
2���Opening  Announcement   '...
J. Wool, Worthy President
Clean-up    Campaign    in    Sound    City-
Drags Heads of Newspapers Into
Serious Trouble.
Seattle, May 26.���Warrants against
John L. Wilson, former United States
senator, 1 rdther of   -Ambassador Wilson, of Mexico, and    owner    of    the-
Seattle     Post-Intelligencer,     together-
with W. W. Chapin,    his    son-in-law
and   business  manager,  and   Erastus-'
Brainerd, editor of the    Post-Intelli-
3���Praper..V. Elckhoff, W. Chaplain\ gencer, charging criminal libel, were
TO STUDY THE HALIBUT
Flsh Commission Steamer Albatross
Leaves for the Bering Sea.
Seattle. May 26.���The flsh commission steamer Albatross sailed last
night for Bering sea to map the floo>'
of the sea and to study the habits ot
halibut and salmon. The halibut is _^_^_^__^^^^^_^^__
a migratory flsh, changing Its feeding; Harry B. Grant, Fred Hogan
grounds frequently and the Albatross Eastman, James Hutchison, George
wlll prepare a map that�� will tell j Hall, J. B. Snrgent, J. S. Vlckery, A.
fishermen what portions of the sea J. S. Barnes, George Roseberry, D.
to frequent. | Caddell, W. S. Murchie, G. I. Martin
PREPARING TO STRIKE.
4���Hymn   "Kock of Ages'
5���Our Duty Today 	
. .B, Robb, Past Worthy President
6���Solo Selected
7���Roll Call 	
.. H. Sehofleld, Worthy Secretary
8���Address Rev. J. S. Henderson
9���Closing Exercises.
10���Hymn.."Nearer My God to Thee"
11���Benediction  V. Elckholt
The following list of departed
brethren will be remembered:
John Newman, James Cash, Thomas
McCaffrey, Fred J. Bauer, John Es-
poslta, John Collier, Emil Christiansen,  Phillip  Cota,  Robert  D.  Purdy,
Fred
Issued by Proscuting Attorney Murphy
yesterday.
The warrants were issued at the
] complaint of Colonel Alden J. Bletlien,
Editor of the Seattle Times, who was
Indicted on three counts Tuesday of
conspiracy with Chief of Police Wan-
penstein and others ln the open-town
regime.
The Post-Intelligencer, commenting:
editorially on Blethen's arrest, "re
joiced to see a criminal get his just
deserts," and made a bitter attack on.
Blethen.
The Hlethens also flled suit for
$100,000 In a civil libel proceeding,
against the Post-Intelligencer.
Orders Are Being Issued by the Sea
men's International Committee.
Alaskans Expect Relief.
Cordova, Alaska, May 26.���The Cordova chamber of commerce today is
using its Influence to restrain citizens
from further demonstrations against
the importation of foreign coal as a
around the nor      ^^^^^^^^
lor, extending from Stlllwood, a poln
forty miles west of Sudbury, to Port
Arthur, a distance of about. 550 miles.
It ts also stated thut work will in
tho first place be given to two contractors, one taking 250 miles on the
west, end and the other the balance
on the east. Contractors who are well
acquainted with this eastern half sav
this will be comparatively easy work,
hut that Port Arthw wlll be mucn
heavier.    The statement    has
able to get brick.
been
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��� ���
*f Rhodes Scholar Selected. *%
��� Victoria, May 27.���Joseph P. ���
��� Clerihue    wns    selected    last 4
��� night    ns    the    B. C. Rhodes ���
��� scholar for this year.   The un- ���
��� successful     candidates     were ���
��� Thomas Davidson,    Glen    Gib- ���
��� bons and Fred G. T. Wood. ���
to Clear lake and six foot waterways
for the rest of the distance to tue
foothills of the Rockies.
Village Destroyed by Avalanche.
St. Petersburg, Mav 25.���Word has I
reached   here   that   the   village   of! result of Information to the effect that
, Oroschor, situated at Pamir Plateau, l Land Commissioner Dennett will n*n-
Antwerp,    May    25.���The seamen'u  in Central Asia, has been overwhelm    der by June 1 a decision in thf. cnTf
International committee today posted. ed by an avalanche. One hundred and | land cases.    Members of the chambe'
notlces throughout the wharf districts   twenty-eight persons were killed,
calling on the seamen to hold themselves in readiness to strike when the
signal is given.    The Belgian government, in anticipation of disorders, is
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Firemen Will Not Arbitrate.  	
Washington,    May 26.���Representa   preparing to send 6000 gendarmes to
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tlves -of the firemen of the Southern
railway today rejected a proposal of
President Finley, of the Southern
Railway company, thnt they submit
to arbitration tlieir demand for a 20
per cent, increase in pay.    President
support tlie police.
Ill  (l>  IV   I  ' - ��� ���         ^^^^^   	
made that the flve hundred odd miles ��� ���> riniey asKc
run he constructed in two years.       ���������������������������������������������#    later today.
DANCE I    DANCE !    DANCE I
There will be a dance given in the
Eagles hall  every  Monday    evening,
_^^^_^^^_^^^^^^^^_^^^_^^^     commencing at 9 o'clock.    The Rush-
*yI Finley asked for a further conference' ton orchestra  will  be In  attendance.
Fire at Lytton.
Lytton, B. C, May 27.���Flre
which started late last night
threatens the town There Is
no flre brigade, but railroad
men have formed a bucket
brigade and are working
heroically.
argue that President Taft and Secretary Fisher are doing everything in
their power to give Alaskans proper-
relief.
Tommy Breen, floor manager.
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Motormen Get Increase.
Montreal, May 26���Beginning July
18, conductors and motormen employed by the Montreal Street railway-
will receive nn Increase of oeb cent
an hour In all three classes into vrtti-.V.s
the men are divided. The present rate-
Is 19 cents, 20 cents an.l 21 cents per-
hour. PAOT TWO   1
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1dl1.
Wants
WANTED���PARTY WISHES TO
buy good second hand piano; please
state make. Address P. O. Box 6,
care News office.
WANTED���ROOMER IN PRIVATE
family. Apply 618 Seventh avenue,
near  Sixth  street.
WANTED���A GIRL ABOUT FOUR-
teen to assist with housework and
help with children. Apply Mrs.
Avery, 813 St. Andrews street.
WANTED ��� NOTICE TO YOUNG
business men. A well lighted room
in a new modern house, suitable for
two chums; breakfast if require 1.
Terms moderate. Open June 8. Apply Rent Dept., Dominion Trust
building.
WANTED��� FOR EXCHANGE, FIVE
acres of choice land  close  to car
. line, and within a few minutes
ride of New Westminster, will exchange for small house and lot lu
the city or Burnaby. Apply to Box
M , this office.
WANTED���CANVASSERS, EITHER
sex, for city; no experience necessary. Full instructions, guaranteed
salary and commission. Pleasant,
profitable, light work. Apply Stair,
room 71, Windsor hotel.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER I
connections, fencing sidewalks and'
general   contracting.    Gust   Melin,
1016 Third avenue.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
EIGHTH AVENUE.
TWO  LOTS between Eighteenth and
Twentieth    streets,    facing    south,
$750 each, one-third cash.
FOR SALE.
42400���ONE NEW MODERN HOUSE
26x32, with lot 55x'j5 feet, close in
between   Eleventh     and     Twelttn
atreet ami Third and Fourth avenues.
A fine view of both arms,  ot   the
Fraser. Also one lot the same
size for $850.00. We offer these
bargains tor a few days only. Apply
232 Tenth Btreet.
m ���   ���. .
FOR SALE ��� 30,000 CABBAGE,
cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Kale
and Broccoli plants. Price $6.00 per
1000 f.o.b. Victoria. Apply B\ Street,
Lake Hill, Victoria, B.C.
* *
FOR SALE OR RENT���A SIX ROOM'
ed cottage, three bedrooms, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, bathroom and !
pantry; hot and cold water, electric
lights; furniture lt desired. Possession by lst of June. Lot 68x80.
Apply Owner, 242 corner Second
street and Third avenue, one blocl;
from centre gate of Queens park.
FOR    SALE���COO    CHOICE    BUILD-!
ing lots ln  New  Westminster and
Burnaby.    We   will    make   special I
terms and    conditions    to    anyone,
wishing to select lots for building
purposes, and arrange for grading!
streets, etc.    See our Westminster j
Heights   addition,    corner    Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
.streets, water, electric light service,
etc.    As  soon  as  construction  on
ithe new car line begins this pro- j
'    .Perty will double ln value immedi-l
.ately.   The Wright Investment Co., |
JLtd., 1110 Dominion Trust huilding,
Vancouver,   613   Columbia   street,!
New Westminster.
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 tares, free deed in case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
street.
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houBes at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
���from the new Burnaby tram, 5 cent*
���carfare. Will sell on small cash
���payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Leibly & Blumer Realty
<Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg.,
"Vancouver. Telephone 8365. Open
<i'.l 9 p. m.
TO RENT.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     HOUSE-
keeping rooms.    No objections    lo
i children.      Address     221     Seventh
street.
FOR RENT���GOOD OFF ICK IN Till-:
Market block; cheap rental. Apply
Rent Dept., Dominion Trust Co.,
Ltd.
TO RENT���FOUR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Apply over Hardman's
3)loek, corner Eighth street and
'Fifth avenue,
TO     RENT���NICELY     FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone iu house. Apply 37 Agnes
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.l
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
 1
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co-i
lumbia  street.
TENTH AVENUE
FIVE  LOTS  (one corner)    In    West
end.    $525 each, one-third cash.
NINTH AVENUE���Fine large cleared
lot (66x160), below Moody Square,
$1800; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months.
SCOTT ROAD
TEN ACRES fronting on main  road,
close to Strawberry Hill post office
and store; two acres cleared, house,
barn, etc., $4550;  terms.
SANDRINGHAM AVENUE
COMMODIOUS house ef seven rooms
on exceptionally wide lot;  in good
condition;   $3500;  only $590    cash,
balance ln monthly payments.
Your    opportunity   now���A    client
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     846 Columbia St.
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321 Cambie Street,
[^Vancouver B.C.cJ
SOCIETY
Mrs. I*. J. Hart will not receive
again this season.
��� ���   ��
Mrs. Fraser and children are spending a week in Steveston, tne guests
of ber sister, Mrs. Darling.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. Charleson will not receivo
again until the autumn.
��� ���   ���
Miss Briggs is spending a week
with friends in Vancouver.
���   *   #
Mr. Bernard Corbould is home for
his summer holidays. He expects to
spend the next three months at Lake
Buntzen.
��� *   ���
Mr. Daniel Shildrick arrived from
England on Monday and is at present the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rickman, Second street.
_ ���   ���   *
Miss Perdue has been the guest of
Mrs. Swinford, Vancouver, for the
past week.
��� ���   ���
Miss Macgowan's friends will be
sorry to hear she is confined to the
house with a bad attack of tbe
mumps.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould, Mrs. C. C.
Worsfold and Mrs. Crelghton havo
entertained small croquet parties during the week.
��� ���   ���
The courts of the Croquet club
have presented an animated appearance esgry day, and many, excellent
games have been played. On Tuesday the tea table was in charge of
Mrs. J. A. <AUen and Mrs. Abbott,
and on Friday Mrs. O. D. Brymner
and Mrs. James Brymner presided.
��� ���   ��
Mrs. J. E. Allen assisted at a tea
given by Mrs Allen Doris, Vancouver, on Tuesday.
��� ���   ���
Miss Jessie Drew left for Toronto
on Thursday, where she will visit for
a short time before leaving with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Drew, for England.
��� ���   ���
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gordon was invaded by a
number of their friends on Wednesday evening. Though taken by surprise they made their guests cordially
welcomed, the spacious rooms were
cleared for dancing and a most jolly
time enjoyed by all present. A special car brought the visitors home at
one-thirty. Among the number were
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lewis. Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Sutherland. Mr.
and Mrs. Nigel Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs.
Kant, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McAllister,
Miss Josephine Martin, the Misses
Brown, Miss Peele, Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss Lewis, Mr. Motherwell,
Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Shannon, Mr. Corn-
well, Mr. Major, Mr. Turner and Mr.
Beatty. ,    t
��� a    a
Mrs. W. H. Keary is in Seattle,
where she will meet Mr. Keary on hi3
return trip from the old country.
a    *    a
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Douglas, of Vancouver, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Shiles during the week.
��� *    *
Mrs. J. R. Sharpe and children, and
Miss Hazel Manson, of Vancouver,
have returned home a'ter visiting Mrs.
J. E. Insley.
* *    *
Mrs. Lachlan McQuarrie, of 20(1
Queens aveilue, will not receive again
until autumn.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        J14.400.000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throtignoui Canada rnd
i Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng-
'ind, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking husiness transacted. Let-
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank I)3rBrtment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
snd Interest allowe* at 3 per cent, per
\nnuni   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $18000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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LOST.
LOST-HAY   HORSE   WITH   STRAP
round neck.   JohnWolf, Tort Maun.
STRAYED FROM PACKING PLANT,
Sapperton, one red steer with white
spot on forehead, brand DfiX on
right side. Reward for information
that will lead to Its recovery. Notify
W. P. R. Co., P. O. Box 171, City.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
IN HOOD FLOUR
HAWS JUBILATION
COSTS BIM DIS OFFICE
Mldkeff Had Signed a Pledge to Resign if He Took a Drink During His Incumbency.
Jennings, La., May 25.���Because he
could not resist the temptation to imbibe rather freely when a trainload
of his friends passed through Jennings on an excursion, Harry K. Mldkeff will have to send bis resignation
as mayor to Governor Sanders.
His opponent of the last campaign,
Judge, V. M. Twitchell, will doubtless
succeed him. Twitchell is a Prohibitionist. Before Mldkeff could be elected last fall his friends forced him to
sign a document agreeing if he took
a single drink of whisky while ln
office he would surrender the mayoralty. At the same time he signed au
undated resignation to be forwarded
to tbe governor if he broke his pledge.
Mldkeff begged a mass meeting ot
citizens for another chance, but they
would not relent.
MARKET
REPORT
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
New potatoes appeared on the
stalls al the city market yesterday
morning, but in such small quantities
as to excite more cupidity than comment. The tubers came from the
sunny state of California and sold it
the rate of three pounds for two-bits
The old stagers commanded $r.O per
ton. It will he some weeks yet befoie
local new potatoes grace the tables
of the residents of this city, but ln
the meantime a steady decline in the
price of the 1910 crop may be expected.
Vegetables were scarce, some of
the usual staples being present only
ln negligible quantities.
No beef or mutton was noticed on
ihe stalls. Pork was scarce, but veil
was to be had In large quantities.
Prices remained as last week.
Flsh was present In fair quantities,
-ed springs and steelheads being featured. There was also a geod supply
oi' halibut and rock cod.
Eggs came in in largo quantities,
but thc price  was maintained.
The ofTiciul quotation! were as follows:
Beef, hindquarters, per lb, . . 1.V to l">c
Beef, Forequarterij per lb. nic to li'/��p.
Pork,   wholesale   per  lb 12Vic
Veal, wholesale, per lb Ke to 12',<i.<'
Mutton, wholesale, per lb. lie to Utyu
Chickens, large, per dozen ..$K to $lu
Chickens, small, per dozen ..$7 to $K
Kggs, wholesale, per doz.  . ,27c to 30c
I'.'gts,  retail, per dozen    35c
Butter,  retail,  per  lb.   . ,3Bo  to iivko
Onions   r> lbs. 26c
Potatoes, table, per lk., $2.60 to $2.76
Potatoes,  seed,  per sk.,$1.2r>   to  jl.fiu
Cabbage,   per   Ib 4c
Radishes,   per  bunch    Bo
Rhubarb, per lb 6c
Parsley,   per   bunch    6c
Cod,   per   lb 10o
Halibut,   per   lb 111c
Salmon,   red,   per  lb 16c
Salmon,   white,   per  lb 16c
Steelhoad, per Ib 10c
Sturgeon    per   lb 15o
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
From John Broadwood &. Rons. London, and Steinway & Son, London.
New  Pianos  Selected  for Customers.
Boys' Shirt-Waists
We show Boys' Shirts and
Shirt-waists in choice variety
for boys of all ages.
The Shirtings and styles are
the sane as we show in our
men's shirts and made by the
same makers, too.
"Just anything" is not good
enough for our Boys' Shirts.
75c 85c up to $1.00
It's a proud day for the boy
when he puts on one of our
"real shirts," and we make it
easy for him to put them on
quite early.
REID & McDONALD
601 Columbia St.
The Ftore of Satisfaction
GOV.  WOODROW  WILSON
IS  FOR   RECIPROCITY
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave Now Westminster for   Vancouver,   6,   5:45,  and   every
fifteen   minutes  thereafter  until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE. ,-*>.���**<
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20    a.m.,
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
TraliiB leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11  p. miSWS**'
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:05 and 6:0,r> p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Minneapolis, May 26.���"I am bere
today in favor of the Canadian reciprocity agreement," said Gov. Wood-
row Wilson, of New .leresy. shortly
after his arrival from the coast today.
"I have always favored the principle
of reciprocity, and favor the presenl
agreement as a general proposition.
As to its details, there might be
ground for criticism, but that is not
worth while, as the agreement must
stand or fall as a whole."
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River it is a cheap, quick, comfortable
B.E.!SiiII��1i!li':<3.Si,' and pleasant ride on the
'ast Speed Launch "Vite"
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,   R117.
A.   RUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623.
For Up-to-date
P
RIINTING
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any I;lnd of Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
i'��� IW' ITS IpManufacturer�� and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8ASH,   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   F1NI8H,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
UBLiU��VB��!.l<91i       FANCY GLA8S-
Teleohone   12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
Box  13/
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C. -.__
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SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
WHITE ROCK
Latest and Best
SEASIDE   SUBDIVISION
An absolutely charming summer resort
possessing all the advantages and none
of the drawbackscommonly encountered
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"No need to toil along a dusty road.
No need to climb up and down a hill
This beautiful bit of alder bottom, and with gentle rise
in the rear, is only two hundred yards from the railway station at which all trains over the G.N. K. stop.
The natural beauty has been preserved; only the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
All lots one-fifth acre, with frontages on 66-ft. roads.
About a third of the lots occupy a rich flat; the remainder a gentle slope, from which a splended view
is had of Semiahmoo Bay.
There is an abundance of beautiful spring water on
the property; a great desideratum for campers.
The beach is unexcelled for bathing.
Prices Moderate,      Terms to Arrange
Wkat is a few kundred dollars if you get wkat you want
and kere is tke very ckance you kave keen
waiting for.
APPLY TO
E. A. GREAME or J. H. VIDAL
Phone 653
.     OR
Phone 369
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Phone 106
CHILD'S PIANO PRACTICE
IS KILLING YOUNG HAN
Doctor    Affirms    That    Hie    Patient
Would Pats Away After Two
Hours of Discord.
NO MOIE STRAP HANGERS
FOR MINNEAPOLIS CARS
Num-
New York, May 26.���Lying In a
Morris chair in the parlor or a little
flat on tbe second floor of 1504 Second avenue is Frederick Stout, 20
years old, every Inch of him palpitating ln sympathy seemingly with the
acute dilation of his beart. Tbrough
tbe wall in the adjoining flat come tbe
New City Ordinance Regulates
ber of Passengers That May be
Carried at One Time.
Minneapolis, May 26.���Street car
employees bave been instructed to
enforce the "strap hanger" ordinance.
Tbe "strap banger" ordinance limits tbe number of passengers permitted on a car from 6 to 8:30 a. m.,
11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. and from 4:30
p. m. to 6:30 p. m.   The legal limit es-
Diazltes of Southern Mexico, will concur in the bargain made by Madera
Both, however, have been asked to
come here and confer with the rebel
chief, and it is hoped that they may
be placated and the necessity for further Internecine strife avoided.
Rumors of trouble   In   Vera   Cruz
have been current here, but as all tha
wires to the seaport are down and so
far as is known no word has   come
> tbrough from tbere, the reports   are
I doubted. f _^-
I There is no excitement In tbe foreign quarter here today and considering the epoch-making events still
transpiring, the city is in a state ot
remarkable quiet.
Madero Jubilant.
Juarez, May 26.���Francisco Madero,
Jr., provisional president of Mexico,
who U likely soon to be a constitutional president, was today Jubilant
over the seal put on his victory by
upon the wall, for they know lt wlll do
no good. They, the doctor ln charge
of the young man, and Magistrate.
House have appealed to tbe father of
the little girl at the piano, John Roth,
a fireman, and- told him the torturing
music is surely shortening the boy's
life. The Roths have replied tbat
tbey are within their rights; that
they have paid money for music lessons for their ten-year-old daughter
Edna, and tbey want to see some return.
Summoned to Court
Magistrate House is going to see
lf he can do anything to stop the
torture, and if he finds that he can,
he is going to do it on Monday at 2
p. m., when be will have Roth before
him on a summons.
Dr. Charles J. Goeller, of 421 East
One Hundred and Forty-sixth street,
wrote to Magistrate House on Friday
iicii_ ,^,^ t���    tablished by the ordinance is one and
sound of~MI4lslTitfaiw%xercii*s to3 p^e-balf times tha seating capacity of ��e\esl^7tTons'''of"presidenr' Diaz
t::-lng the nervos of! the young man.! l,e cart-    .    ordto��nce Provides that and Vice-President Corral.   In a state-
The parents of Stout do not   pound' ?igns ���h��w|n* seating capacity shall
1 be posted In cars.
By tbe provisions of the ordinance
car operators may be arrested and
fined'if they permit mora than the
legal capacity of passengers to board
the 'cars during the rush hours, except in cases where another car on
the same line, going ln the same direction is within 300 feet.   The com
ment to the United Presa today he
said:
"Diaz ls now gone off the backs ot
tbe Mexican people, removing the
heaviest burden they ever bore. 1
shall go to Mexico City in six or eight
days. I have sent Frederico Garza,
Pino Suarez and Manuel Urquldi U>
the capital to arrange for my coming.
"I, too, shall   resign   and   will no
EZ11 a.1nn.he,'d,CiV"Ly !!*bif'*_$!_'��� ����*����� b�� th�� Provisional president of
damage suits for each passenger so'
admitted.
The street railway    company   six
weeks ago applied in the federal court
Mexico, but only a citizen' ready ta
aid in the reconstruction of my coun
try. If the people want me to do so,
I shall run for the presidency at   the
for a restraining order preventing the new elecUon which will be orderei by
cirv       rt*f\m       nnrnpnlnrt       tVtn nnJI��A��ji>   _ *
city from enforcing tbe ordinance,
The case was dismissed and the company has announced it will make
every effort to comply with the ordinance.
The orders Issued last week by the
company call the attention of trainmen to tbe provisions of the ordin-
President pro-tem De la Barra."
No Madero for Liberals.
Los Angeles, May 26.���"We now
look upon Provisional President Madero with the same distruct as we
did Diaz," said Ricardo Flores Magon,
bead of the Liberal Junta here today,
and General Viljoen  will    certainly
that the piano playing of little Edna! *J��ce and ask that the ordinance be  meet with a warm reception should ho
Roth was lessening, the young  man's ���trictly enforced.   Conductors are in-
chances of recovery.   He added that].fE9ft l��.Ani0���_ P��!?2. who_.at-
there was not the slightest doubt in
the world tbat his patient could b��
killed   by  two  hours   of   continuous
playing.
"At present," he said, "the littlo
girl plays only an hour a day, but its
effect upon my patient ls marked.
Luckily they have seldom played at
night.   The other night tbey did. The
tempt to board cars already carrying
legal capacity that the car is loaded
and to tell them of tbe ordinance.
Then, according to orders, lf the passenger refuses to get off the car the
conductor is to summon a policeman
and ask that the passenger be ejected.
Motormen are ordered not to stop
boy's' mother telephoned' to me that  ^Passengers when a car is carrying
her son was having sinking spells.   I-1*"*1 fcaPf,c1^' except  when Per8ons
orderei her over the telephone to
give him injections of a stimulant j
l every 15 minutes until I could get to
| him. I worked over him until two
o'clock in the morning, Just as the result of that one evening's playing. I
myself went into the opposite flat and
explained to Mrs. Roth the situation.
She answered: 'We'll play our piano
whenever we want to' "
Mrs. Henry W. Stout, the boy's
mother, let a reporter see her son
yesterday. The boy said something
to the mother in a low tone.
"He says," said the mother, "that
he doesn't ask for much. He Just
wants a chance to live and try to get
well. He doesn't mind the noises of
the organs in the streets and the elevated, but that piano makes him
frightfully nervous. We asked the
people not to play their piano and
they kept right on."
i wish to alight.
Mexico No Longer
Mer Heel of Diaz
(Continued^from Page One.)
follow out Madero's instructions to
come to Lower California at once to
crush the Insurgents. If Viljoen obeys
Madero be should arrive ln Lower
California early next week and a terrific battle may be expected. It means
war to the end. The Liberals will not
stand by while Viljoen Is 'crushing'
the insurgents. Madero has proven
that he is of tbe same calibre as
Diaz."
Troops Will Not Ba Withdrawn.
Washington, May 26.���Despite    the
apparent termination of tbe Mexican
revolution through the resignation of
Diaz, the war department here today
declared    that   the American troops
would not be withdrawn from Texas
for the present. Army men and the
state department are not   yet    convinced tbat all danger of trouble in
Mexico  ls  past,  and  Major  Genera)
Wood probably wlll retain the troops
from Generals Miranda nndJHgueroa, J at San Antonio until winter. If the
whose forces contfol^*^fe?emavaca. I situation along the border improves.
There ls grave doubt whether these] however, the cavalry probably will be
two leaders,   representing   the anti-1 withdrawn from patrol.
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Revelstoke, May 26���"The Canadian diamonds found in the Tulameen
by F. L. Churchill, with whom is associated C. A. Harnum, have been
tested by gem experts and pronounced j
equal to tlie famous product of South
Africa," said R. A. A. Johnston, miner
alogist and curator ot the geological
survey at Ottawa recently. !
Among those ln whom the dlscov-;
ery  awakened  a  keen Interest   was
Dr! Kunz,. the Tiffany gem expert, and
one of the  foremost  authorities   on'
precious stones  in    the    world.    Dr.]
Kunz  nnd others  were  greatly   su.--
prised at the beauty of the Canadian;
diamond and they are now enthuslas-,
tlcally singing its praises.   Dr. Kunz]
made tests with radium   in a   dark
room.    The  Canadian   diamond  was
placed  alongside  the  South  African
product and showed itself to   be its
equal.   It phosphoresced the same as
any well ordered diamond should.
This particular occurrence is regarded as likely to throw more light
on the origin of the diamond than
any other occurrence elsewhere. We
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and with the aid of microscopic
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Washington May 26.���A bill declaring every contract, conspiracy, or
combination in restraint of trade, ll->
legal and imposing heavy penalties on
officers connected with them and
branding violations as felonies has
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RECIPROCITY GAfWiNG.
The hysterical outcry against reci-
jirocity is rapidly passing away. \Ve|
were told that the agreement would
disintegrate the empire, that Canada
-would lose Its Individuality and would
unite wltii the republic to the eouth
Booklets and pamphlet* hr *****
score were written by tnt*r**s����l parties and mailed broadcast Ml a*��
we find that the "Fm.t*-t>**M~ H*S
raised about Canadian* Mns dMOFf)
is recoiling so rapidly tkat ��b* antl-
���reciprocity association in a rwoeat l�� ,
ter admits "that it has no s*ric"is in
tention of accusing the Cacadlea people of being disloyal."
In previous articles we have poit-
ed out the absolute untruthfulness al
the statements made tbat the Canadian railways would suiter, on the
contrary the present shares of tho
C. P. R. are the highest quoted on the
continent of America, and_ since the j
.announcement of reciprocity have
,��teadily increased. J
British capital is pouring into tho j
^country day by day, and never in the |
history of Canada have affairs look-l
ed half so properous. ���
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, now attending I
the imperial conference in England,
is meeting with a far greater reception than has ever yet been tendered
iOB "Empire's Son." His utterances
are carefully recorded and cabled to
the distant corners of the vast empire; the leading newspapers of
Great Britain are loud in their praises
of his statesmanship, and yet in our
own Dominion we have a few, who for
person ; nd private gain, shout that he
would sink our identity and merge
���with the United States���wicked,
abominable and unpatriotic accusations.
tions from perjured sources.
All Canadian government annuities are payable for life no matter
how long the annuitant may live, but
the guaranteed annuity, that is an
annuity which for a slightly increased
payment Ie guaranteed to be paid for
F>, 10, 15 or 20 years as may be desired should the annuitant die jefore
the period mentioned had expired, enables a purchaser to provide for the
���contingency that someone may be dependent upon him at the time tbe annuity falls due. For example, a man
75 years of age recently purchased an
immediate annuity of $300 to be guaranteed for ten years for which ho pai 1
32643. If he should die at, say, 80, the
4300 a year will be paid to his heirs
for the remaining five years, but in
any case hc will receive the annuity
as long as l.e lives should he live to
be 100 or more. This means in other
words that the sum of $3000 is guaranteed to be paid whether lie lives or
dies. The $2043 had been invested at
6 per cent, and was yielding an income of $158.58; so that his income
is now double that which he formerly
rewived. Literature fully explaining
��.he annuities scheme as applicable to
Loth young and old may be had by
writing to S. T. Iiastedo, superintend-
��ent of Canadian government annuities, Ottawa, to whom letters go free
tit postage.	
Jury Disagrees
On Murder Charge
(Continued from Page One.)
bands for quite live minutes and then
let bim go.
Recognized the Voices.
Witness had  had no hand in the
jwrtmtimge  which took  place on    the
wharf.    He at  that  time was in  hla
boat���like prisoner he was employed
as a fisherman at the St. Mungo cannery,���but he recognized the voices as
those  of   Mack  and   McKay    (a  witness).    When  ho was some distance
from the slip he heard a splash as of
ji body or something hitting the water.
He    immediately    paddled    his  boat
round to the slip and he saw the dead
man  hanging onto a gasoline launch
���which  was    lying    nearby.    Witness
hauled him up and carried him into
his  (witnoss')  boat.    After   a    while
prisoner came aboard and they rowel
4jt the middle of the Fraser river. Before reaching there Mack had noticed
IJarnard, but said nothing. When they
-got out, the final part of the tragedy
happened.    Wet from his previous Immersion  and  pretty  well drunk, tho
Taan could not resist the attack now
made upon him and put up no show
of a ti^ht. and apart from a faint gurg-
, Mat; sound  which emitted  from  Bar-
Witness Wept,
sjwfl's lips, this closed his career.
"Witness started to   cry   and   con-
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tinned  until long after they reached
the cannery, where Mack went to bed j
and slept while witness kept on weep-
lng throughout tbe night.
This concluded the evidence before
lunch and ere the    resumption,    nw|
judge, counsel and jury   visited   the
locality of the murder, which altnougnj
much altered since the fateful night. |
was  described  by  those    conversant
with the changes.
Mack on the Stand.
When the court reopened, prisoner
was put on the stand and gave evidence on his own behalf. Mack, a
thick set man with heavy visage.
Bpoke in an undertone and his voice
barely carried to the press Beats, lie
said lie was twenty-eight years of age
and came from the Chehalis band of
Indians. At sunset on the night of
the occurrence, he came in to Westminster with his partner (Sigh) from
the cannery, landing from, iind leaving their boat at, the slip on Eighth
street. Tliere he left Sigh and met
McKay and Barnard. The three went
to a saloon where they had several
drinks. Alter a slight, altercation between Barnard and McKay, they all
adjourned to a lumber pile and consumed more whisy and gin, whicn
Barnard paid for. Mack became very
drunk and remembered rjothing of
what afterwards transpired, ile had
a vague recollection of being told,
while in this drunken stupor, by Mo-
Kay that Barnard had gone away to
Steveston. He denied that he had
been hiding from the police authorities as he came Into this city on no
fewer than five occasions before he
was arrested by the police. Neither
time did Sigh accompany hlm. When
be was arrested, witness -prisoner
claimed that he was not told on what
cbarge he was being held.
Circumstantial  Evidence.
This concluded the case ior the de
fence and W. S. Hansford, who had
been retained to defend Mack, commenced his address to the jury. Counsel spoke for forty-five minutes and
endeavored to show that on'.y clrcum
Btantlal evidence, and thai of the
ilimiest nature, had been adduced by
the crown. The whole ���:,wetter,, he
contended, was Btarted by B drunken
brawl and tbe jury had to be satisfied
that the dead man did not fall into
the river as the result of falling from
either the slip or the wharf where
he had been lighting with someone. I
He reviewed carefully and at great
length the evidence of each witness
called and made it plain that he for
one placed little credence on what had
been said by many of these. Before
a verdict of murder against his client
could be brought in the jury had to
make sure thnt Mack 'lid commit tho|
awful deed and counsel said, that, to
his mind, had not ueen done by the
crown.
Crown Counsel Is Emphatic.
Mr. Bole did    not   mince   matters
when, right at the commencement ofj
his talk for the crown, he said    that
never in all his experience, either as,
a barrister or a judge had he seen so
clear a case as the witnesses whom
he had called had made out. There
had been mur.ler done, murder of the
foulest nature and by the prisoner
who was at that time in the dock. Ile
asked the jury not to pay any atten
tion to what had been said by his
learned friend as to tlie drunken condition of Mack. Drunkenness was no
excuse for murder. There was no
shadow of a doubt in Ills mind that
prisoner had doife Barnard to deatli
and having proved liis case, he was
in duty bound, under the necessity,
no matter how painf-,:1 it might be to
himself, of asking them to return a
verdict on the capital charge.
After directing the Jury, his lordship spoke on the merits and demerits
of the whole unsavory case which had
occupied their time. After being out.
upwards of three hours the twelve
good men and true returned and reported their disagreement.
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SATURDAY, MAV il, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
page Tm.
COMMENTS
WEfliLY REVIEW Of SPORT
CRITICISMS
LACROSSE BATTLES THIS YEAR
SHOULD BE CORKING AFFAIRS
LASHBURN TELEGRAPHER
DROP8 OUT OF SIGHT
Lashburn, Sask., May 26.���Much excitement has been created here by a
report tbat a C. N. R. telegraph oper-
^        ^B^BJ who bad beea to Lashburn
���^������^���������^^���������~~m~���~ | to take charge of the night work, had
���**        ii u  J u   A t. C*.*.*.Ami* Aft��r Holidav   Game��� , lucky 8tar-   He h" met the best in  mysteriously     disappeared,    without
Fans Have Had Much to Consider After nonaay uame    * ^ bUBlneBg and BOmehow or other leaving trace or clew to bis destma-
...    c..��� .     u^-��:��-l   in   Vancouver���Verv' ,la8 mftna*ed t0 be Just that much be- t'��n or whereabouts.   The missing In-
JNewsy Lalonde Still in Hospital in  Vancouver    very Wnd at the c)oge   He drew wUh Ad divldual wnoge naine ,��� DIon ,g a
���ri.'    D -      f-     * AL...I ��#v Hm*mr*tmr R!no...ThnmnMin   Wolgast over the eight-round route, Frenchman, of medium height, about
Thin Percy Cove Aboul to Ke-enter King��� l nompscn. any ^ gl?ve WitlAAnt wno can ac; 23jears of ape, of. dark complexion
May Box in Nanaimo.
BY ROBERT A. WILSON
BEST game I ever law," "Rotten game, don't want to see
another," "wonderful combination by the champions;" " Westminster has lost hold of the game.'
These were but a few of the remarks
which I have been bearing since tbat
awful match at Queens park last
Wednesday. Nobody Just seems to
know where he's getting off at and
the determined front Bhown by tho
Vancouver bunch must certainly go
a long way to reduce the odds which
would be betted during the season on
the Salmon Bellies. I do not say that
they will not again win the league
championship, the Hartney and Minto trophies, but I do say that the battles are in the next three months going to be corkers and mixups which
will bave the crowd on its feet in all
four stages of the games. Personally
I was disappointed at the general
play on' Empire Day in many ways. 1
had remembered what I had written
in these columns last Saturday about
what was to be done to some of tho
the contest last Saturday at Sumas
on the other side of the line. I had
given up personal friends and private
enjoyments so that I might be enabled
to make connections after the lacrosse match at Vancouver. I bad
seen a sample of the Sumas sportsman at Chilliwack and sympathized
with blm on tbe awful showing they
staged and hoped for better things in
the little Washington town. Tbe
wrestling and preliminary boxing
bouts were exciting to a degree but
tbe main bout, if exciting���and tbere
mos' sutlnly was some���was one
which I for one do not wish to see
repeated. So that may be no mis understanding on the question every
time I have been the third man in the
squared circle, I have plainly asked
Just how tbe principals intend to contest matters.
compligh that is no squeezem, be- an* wearing a jrtnall moustache, and
lleve me. h*�� only arriv^Fin Lashburn dn the [
When I met Cove in Oakland, Cal., previous evening to report for duty
Eddie Smith, the famous referee, in- ��* th�� local depot. He engaged board
troduced him to me as one of thg beat and lodging at the Hotel Imperial, but
in the world. That coming from Ed- on Friday morning in question, after
die ls praise indee I. This same acting ?ery strangely in the dining
Smith ruled against Cove ln his con- room while partaking of his break-
test against Harry Baker when I fft8t- he left the hotel a��d bas not
thought, with the majority, that since been seen. He left no word at
Percy bad Just won. The greater ���*��� station as to what his Intentions
number of his recent contests have were, and after some time bad
been along tbe tame lines. Just hap- elapsed, in which he did not reappear
pening to lose out wben victory was f��r work, tbe matter was placed in
waiting for admittance, as it were. ithe hand�� of the local member of the
                             J R. N. W. M. P. Constable   Drysdale.
WITHOUT bis Maple Leaf  Cove  The constable has made  a vigorous
would not go Into the   ring ?e��rch ot the district, personally and
players by the opposing forces, and: clean *reakB. no hitf�� ln. the clinches
and he sings the praises of Dy enquiry, but so far has failed to
his country all the time. Not only ls throw any light on tbe whereabouts
he well versed in the art of boxing of the man- Dlon hud worked in
but equally so in education, this be- Battleford and Humbolt as C. N. R
lng unfortunately a lacking factor operator before coming here and from
with the boxing school as we know it remarks made by him during his brief
today. Talk to P. C. an any subject stay ,n Lashburn it appears that he
and he's with you all the time. But nad recently suffered considerable
gee, ain't he thin. He told me at loss ln the destruction bj �� prairie flre
This' old-time query 11 Sumas that he intended taking a few ��f a" "Le property on His homestead
put to both Grover Crooks, of Sumas, I pounds off so as to get back to form. �� th�� Humboldt district, and there
and Jack Thompson, of this city, who, Don't, Percy; we connot afford to let $*?�� been some conjectures that pos-
were furnishing the topline argument1 you go. Under his guidance, the ama- ��">ly this loss had driven him to de-
over six round. They both agreed tojteur game in Belllngham is progress- "Pendency, which led to his strange
BOX under strict Queensberry  rules, I ing by leaps and bounds and although j actions and sudden disappearance.
how Newsy Lalonde and Johnny
Howard were to be laid out and
"hospitaled" and to a large extent the
information given to me proved to bo
all too true. Lalonde did not play the
game of the previous Saturday, and
up against stickhandlers of superior
and part on command of the referee.
From what resulted, it appears to be
very clear that their respective brains
must have been too busy on other
matters and the rules were disregarded to such an extent that tbe affair
resembled a buttle under the old Lon-
his boys were defeated all along tbc
line by the more experienced bunch
from the V. A. C on Thursday night
in the Terminal city, the time is not
far distant when the Canadian-American will turn the tables.
STINGLESS   BEE,
calibre, he'grvronTtiTe'lmpVssl'Jn'of   d?n._P..?e_���B /."'.f8;���J^e! break9
being a trifle scared. It may have
been true that he was sick and from
the exposition he put up, it must be
confes��d tJlat this about fits the case.
He did not show that dash, that reck-
by force were easy enough to carry
through but after that, you couldn't
have parted them with a crow bar and
a keg ot gunpowder. Both were out
for blood, and the spectators surely
leun��B"ln Ibe "home that '.tn expect |,*�� JS*WSE^2S��i? ��&. '1��
��� -     ���
*> BA8EBALL. ��
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NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
��u lo ue buowu oy a man woo u.o i r?umU of g�� Donnybrook Fair ex-
been specially brought from the east- changes Thompson who had ap-
ern seaboard to help strengthen Con's *��**:*n. Sumas before had dlssap-
team. When he looked like starting Pointed the crowd by his poor show-
something in real earnest, he was "f a"d hfd made up his mind that
rendered hors de combat and the in-! thl8 "m�� *��� would-8how *e W Occident is one that must be regret tei I f,rs that ho wa. eome mitt artiste
by all lovers of the national sport or' He ""cceeded. When I found that
game.
Friday, May 26.       ���	
At Vancouver���Vancouver   3,   Spokane 0.
At Victoria���Portland 5, Victoria 3.
At Seattle���Tacoma 5, Seattle 0.
THERE are those who shout
from the house tops that
Newsy was scheming and that
tip was a bad actor, 1 have seen
many schemers In the world of sport
for a long time, and went to Vancouver's dressing room to satisfy myself
that Lalonde was on the square or
not. The veriest tyro could see that
there was no side play going on and
whilst I did not say so, I would think,
Jones would have done well to Bend
his player to a local hospital instead of all the journey to Vancouver.
Lalonde sure looked bad. I telephoned to St. Paul's hospital late last night
and learned that Newsy was still under medical care there.
The Alerts baseball  team will oppose the  Maple  Leafs  at  Sapperton
M
netiher would break I let them go to   ^	
lt, and have a good time. They did. j this afternoon, when a classy game
Under the rules, the affair was "no, should be put up. The teams will
contest" but Thompson claimed the. not be selected until the game is
decision as Crooks did not respond to! ready to start.
the gong at the commencement or ""'j,            ���        ���*      "
third Tbund.      It  would be well  that' 	
this kind of boxing would be eliminat-1
ed.    Harm is done to the sport   bv
those who go in to mix it up with au
utter disregard for all rules.   Thomp- j
son, whom I had never seen in action
before, whilst a strong   fellow with a I
a solid kick in either hand, has muchj
to  learn  in the  finer points   of the,
game.    He is still young and   should
with   care and  careful   handling   do
something In the near future   whicn
will put him up the ladder a bit,   Of |
course he will never be a champion.)
He has not the build, but he will at i
ways beat more than can beat   bim. I
Acting on his behalf. I sent a teleRram |
Scientists Seek Insect That Will Work
and Not Prod
Rochester, N. Y., May 28.���To produce a bee that will not sting and that
at the same time will be   twice   or
three times as industrious as the bee
today, is one of the most important
i uroblems to be met by the new beekeeping bureau of the Massachusetts
Agricultural college at Amherst.   Pro-
| lessor Burton N. Gates, State inspec-
i tor of apiaries, Is ln charge   of   the
j work.
"We find on tbe Island of Cyprus
an exceptionally Irritable and vicious
bee," said Professor Gates yesterday.
"In the Russian Caucasus there is a
bee that is very gentle. As to the
possibility of finding the ideal ln the
Russian bee I cannot say, because
Its comparative productiveness has
not been determined. Still, I think
some day we will breed bees that
will be great honey or wax producers
and at the same time be gentle and
stintless." .
UCH bas been said and many
tempers lost over the action' t0   Nanaimo  Tuesday  asking   for   a
of Matt Harr when  last Wed-
nesday he sent Tom Gifford   to the
l>enfh~for  ten   minutes,  and   Immediately afterwards altered the   brass
tab to twenty minutes.   The referee's
action has been sorely and sadly torn
up in  the  discussions when  fans of
the  two cities  have met   in   wordy
combat, the pros and cons have been
argued out and lt has in the majority
of cases been one where two people
agreed  on  something  they   did   not
know anything about.    Some have it
that   Gifford   had   his   time    off    increased  because he  spoke   back   to
Harr but being in_ close proximity to
the player and the official I want to
give tho strongest denial.   What Tom
did say was:   "Well, you'll never referee another match for us," but that
had   no  sway   with   Itarr,   who   ha3
li!<e nil referees had to put up   with
something  said   in  the  heat   of   the
moment.   The reason for the Increase
of  rest to Gifford  was that  the   injury   Inflicted  was  more  severe  than
had at first been thought an, I also bn-
match against either Manson or Peter Muldoon at the middleweight limit.
Those who arc behind the Nanaimo
Athletic club are sportmen, and I can
assure them that lf Thompson gets a
contest under their auspices, they
will get a good run for their money.
w
HILST they did not gain admission to the B, C. L. A., the
North Vancouver club players
are not down-hearted to such an ex-
! tent  as to necessitate calling
Saturday's Specials
at Phillips'Clothing Store
 ^^^^^ _   In tho |
'doctor,   and   negotiations   aro    under]
! way  for the formation   of a Pacific l
league  with   Nanaimo,  Victoria   and I
| North Vancouver as to the three club ]
organization.    A costly cup has been :
| provisionally   promised   by   a   well- i
| known    Vancouver    jeweler,   and    if!
j things take the turn which those be-1
I hind  the  scheme  are   working  hard |
I for, I can promise lacrosse fans that i
i ere many days pass over our heads an
j official   announcement   regarding   this I
i move.    Thomas and Hettz, who work-
��� ,ii ���     . .I.,  i,���   i��������� ��� ed like Trojans for the inclusion of
cause   Hones   Allen   would   be    inca-     ,     ,,    ,      ��� ,    ,.     _   .,  . '
I hav  ' ,f> Maples nto ho B. C, eague, have
paeitated for a lengthy period
not known  Harr for any  time, but I
am of the opinion that Gifford's back
talk had no effect on the action which
he had taken in the matter.
IIE fans have been all agog
over Sandy Gray's disqualified
tion for two quarters and
whilst even to me the sentence seemed a severe one, lt had one good outcome in showing that even with a
man short the Westminster boys were
not only able to keep their end intact
cotuentreated all their attention on
this new scheme and word may come
to hand ere we go to press with this
number. There Is no denying the
fact that there ls plenty of room in
this province for the national sport
and If matters are handled rightly a
bright future Is held out for those who
give time and money to the fostering
of the stlH'han Mine nroposlti"" i
was pleased to hear from a source
which Is absolutely offici.il thnt the
players of the North Vancouver team
who had heen slpnel up and who
but keep the play at the Vancouver j could have made matters very rough
goal. To play against this big ban-1 for the directors of the turned-down
dicap Is surely a feather ln the caps) club not only waived their rights but
<if the champions, and the disqualifies-1 squared up all outstanding accounts
tion wns to a large measure a blesB-   against  the  club.     These  men   aro
lng in disguise ns showing how really
classy the champions are. Combination won out for the Salmons as lt
had in the past seasons, anl whilst
their stock has not. yet risen on the
market as the resuJt of the Wednesday game, It certainly has not fallen.
Neither is It likely to.
sportsmen.
A'
FTER more than twelve months
I renewed acquaintance with
a Canadian, who through all
his contests ln the States has worn
tho insigna of the Maple Leaf sewn
on his apologies for knickers. I refer to Percy Cove,  who   has   lately
SpfakTNG to a newspaper man In been appointed to the management of
rG     e^"t a few days ago, Owe, the Belllngham Athletic club    1 first
Moran, the English lightweight met Cove, called by some "the Ston*
"",...  .  u.,i,i   m  Iip   the ated   hairpin."   down    in    P.nHfornia,
boxer and  by some suld  to be   tho
next,  champion   of  the   world���keep
your  eyes on July  4���said that  the
Marnuia of Queensberry   rules   were
not oboved by American boxers, and   Inscribed on the roll of fame
the words come back to me during   must have been born under   an un
ated   halrpl
where I saw him in some of his warmest contests against boxers who have
been  fortunate to have their names
Percy
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
DISADVANTAGES OE
LIFE IN AUSTRALIA
LAND IN MANY PARTS OF COUN-
TRY IS ABSOLUTELY BARREN
AND UNFIT EVEN FOR SHEEP
RAISING.
London, May 26.���The claims of
Canada as the oldest and most responsible British imperial territory In tha
matter of colonial emigration are be-i
ing materially helped here by a se-|
vere attack on the bona flde character
of the inducements of her chief rival,
Australia. Several returning colonists are making a smashing attack on
the unsuspected disadvantages of life
ln the Antipodes which do not appear
ln the bright intimations of a veritable Eldorado to be gathered from the
commonwealth's official Immigration
agents.
For instance, the land ln central
and northern Queensland, alleged "to
grow anything," in,many cases turns
out to be absolutely barren, not even
flt for sheep grazing. This is because
everything in Australia depends on
rainfall, and on one season's drought
wipes out the proceeds of a dozen fat
years. This, of course, tends to make'
agriculture a great gamble; as a result all the big, prosperous farms are
owned by syndicates who do things on
a lavish enough scale to make things
pay.
Queensland Is Worse.
From the evidence of these returning grumblers, Queensland seems to
be the chief offender in this respect.
One disgusted fanner is now working as a navvy and ls saving money,
with the help of what his wife can
earn charring, to get back as soon as
possible to his native Middlesex. He
went out ln high hopes, he says, the
high hopes being supplied by an Australian immigration agent he met at a
cattle show. Within a month after stocking his land in Queensland,
described to him as "God's own country," 15 out of his 19 cows died from
the fatal "red water," which the
agent had neglected to mention. He
sold the remaining four cows, and lost I
the deposit he paid on his land, for he'
can find no one to take it off his
hands.
Another case of disillusionment is
cited even worse than that. A family
from Essex started farming with 12
good Ayrshire and Jersey cows, but
were amazed to find tlieir land would
not grow fodder enough even for that
number of sheep. So they had to pay
$5 a week to a nearby farmer for grazing land, and though the wife and
daughter worked hard at poultry raising, often starting milking at 3 a. m..
and not finishing the day's work till
seven ln the evening, they could not
make both ends meet. Then their
cows died of the terrible "red water '
and the family were ruined indeed.
Now the husband is a casual laborer,
the daughter has gone into domestic
service, the son is working on a sugar
plantation, and the wife has utterly
broken down through worry and overwork.
According to the man's estimate, it
costs twice as much to live in Australia as it does in England. The unemployed problem is as keen in Brisbane as it is in London. Another oot*
respondent writes that the areas under wheat and grape cultivation are
rapidly decreasing In extent. Especially are the days gone by when adventure an'l fortune awaited the solitary colonist. There Is no avenue
open to tbe working man in modern
Australia but that of grinding drudgery:
Many correspondents ridicule the
Scottish commission of farmers who
have beejl "investigating" living conditions in general throughout the commonwealth.    "They  have   only  been
DANISH THEORIST PLANS
UTOPIA OF INFORMATION
Organizations Already Exist in   England,  Japan,  India and  France���
Many Eminent Contributors.
The newest idea is an international
organization which shall furnish a
trustworthy medium of communication ebtween men and nations. It is
to take up the departments of business, literature, science and news.
Neils Gron, of Denmark, London and
Harvard, wants to guarantee the
world's Information. He has an Idea
which he calls "Potentia."
a large part of the world. This publicity has been promoted by various
articles bearing the approval of the
association, and therefore the stamp
of truth. Among the writers contributing to fhis Potentia news service
are the Earl of Kintore, James Bryce,
Sir Charles Dilke, tbe late Paul Morton, the late Prof. Lambrose, President Hadley, of Yale, the late Bjohrn-
stjorn Bjornson, Baron Suyematsu,
James Speyer, Senator Lodge and
others.
Experts in All  Branches.
The position which it is hoped the
organization will hold will enable It
to make quick investigations
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SERVICE
MAIL
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00��� United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:16
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.'
 I (dally except Sunday).. 8:00
It will 13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C. E.  R.
have an able and responsible expert
in all branches. It can render whatever is honest and sound a valuable
service. Whatever is dishonest would
find lt an almost insurmountable barrier. International matters In particular will fall  within its scope. Poten
(dally except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.46
15:16���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points    east and   Eu
rope (dally)    7:3C
JBUSINES3^1RE��TO^
WARD    OP    TRADE���NEW WEHT-
mlnster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday    of   each    month;
quarterly    meeting    on  tbe    tniro
Thursday of February, May, August.
and November, at a p.m.     Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February.    New   members  may   b��
proposed and elected at any montn
ly or   quarterly    meeting.      c. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
| tla ls a publicity system   on both an 23:00���AH points east   and   Eu
 The Chicago Association   of Com-' altruistic and a business basis,
shown land," says one indignant colo-  merce  is now considering   the idea, j    Ur'. Gron hopes to establish his or-
nist, "in a high state of   cultivation.  Chicago has been offered the honor  ganlzatlon In three departments: The
They were never taken into the unset- of the first American association.   If, literary, the technical and the news.
tied areas, which are the  only parts  Mr.  Gron succeeds   ln girdling   the  The Idea is that the service shall be 20:00���Sapperton
now left for immigrants to settle on.  world    with    his    organization    the unquestionably    authoritative.      The' �������'-
The barren sections of the   country utopla of information will have been  mark of the organization   by every
were  carefully  avoided,  as   well   as attained. I one as a guarantee of truth.
When Potentia flashes lt out that.    In the words of the originator: "Po-_ 	
the Fairy Dream Eldorado Gold Mine tent la is a movement wBlch seeks to 13:00���Central    Park    and   Ed
and Rubber Plantation company pays place sound enterprises, sound propos-1 monds    (dally    except
dividends of 92 per cent, the general, Itions, and sound opinions above com- Sunday)       11:00
public must believe.    When Potentia' petition, or above fraudulent   compe- 1400 East Burnaby    (dally   ex-
reports that Prof. Grunenwaldensteln j tltlon.   It does not seek to limit com-1 Sunday)  13:30
those affected with seasonal droughts.
The Scotsmen were only brought iu
contact with prosperous squatters.
They were hampered in their Investigation by the well-meant but embarrassing attentions of a crowd of commonwealth M. P.'s and politicians who
rope (dally) 16:46
12:30���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       7:30
[ and     Fraser
mills     (dally     except
Sunday)   16:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (dally   except
Sunday)  7:30
followed them everywhere they went, public will  be perfectly  safe to   be-
At some of the places   visited   they "eve In the animals.     Potentia will
were met by a contingent of people In speak with authority,
over 100 motor cars.   Hospitality was Mr-  Gr��n,  wh��  recently addressed
has seen animals move on Mars the, petition.    Just the contrary.    But lt J0:00���Tlmberland,     Strawberry
feels tbat the world has now come so Hill   and   South West-
close together that minds of Import-1 minster   (Tuesday   and
ance, that minds which have the pub- Friday)      13:30
lie confidence, are able to unite  all 10:00���Ladner,    Port    Gulchon,
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are beld in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
showered upon them in the form of the Ways and Means committee ofthe' over the world on a practical basis In Westham island   13:30
public  banquets and  receptions,  but Chicago association, is the originator such a manner that fraud to any great J0:00���Annleville.  Sunbury (dally
no useful work and no serious lnves- of the idea.    He felt that something  extent can be practically Impossible.' ( except  Sunday    13:30
tigation  into the conditions was   at- should  be done to  guarantee   truth.      The   practicality   of   Potentia   has 10:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
tempted, and most of the newspapers  With such an association as he pro-   been doubted by many.    Human na
********************** .....        ��_         ..I 	
in Australia treated the so-called inquiry almost with scorn, and, were not
slow to point out that the commissioners were being handled ln the way
which would best ensure a satisfactory report from the government's
point of view
The'
poses  to found there could
wildcat  promotion   of  stocks,
public would be protected.
Theory at Least Good.
When a man had a  corporation  to
float he would be practically obliged
to convince the local branch of the Po-
    Wednesday    and     Fri
be little] ture has a way of getting Into guar-1 day      13:30
anteed    Information.      Personal   In- 10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday,
terest, lt is held, would find a way to I Thursday    and    Satur-
work  Potentia  for   Its   own   private] day      13:30
gain.   But the value of such an orgau- 11; 30���Vancouver,    Piper's    Sid-
Reports  such  as  there  are   being | tentia organization that thiB plan waa
given considerable space in the home
papers just now. That accounts for
the practical unanimity with which
this year's British emigrants are making for the west. Especially is this
true of the north countrymen, the best
type of settlers to be found. Several
batches from Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire are leaving this
week, their destinations being described by an agent "Winnipeg, mostly in Canada ani Colorado, Oregon,
Utah and Washington, chiefly in America. They are keen on getting on
the land in the west."
izatlon if it could be founded and carried on successfully is not questioned.
Made Duration Record.
Poitras,  France,  May  2fi.���Lieuten
ant Marra, who ia making a tour of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
France in a new army aeroplane, with  organizations in India and Japan
sound and honest. In the same way
if a Dane Inherited a fortune In the
United States he would what to do.
He would not be afraid to send to
some chance American lawyer and
run the risk of losing the estate and
gaining a lawyer's fee. He would
send    to   Potentia.     Potentia,   being
composed   of    the    most    celebrated. elder man's head off
honorable  and   disinterested    gentlemen to be found would reply with a
reply that would fill the   Dane with
confidence and Information.
The theory is certainly splendid.
The field is tremendous. The question of practicability remains to be
answered.
The association, however, has
made some headway. There is quite
an active English branch.   There are
md
Ing     via    G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
FATHER ORDERS SON I via  G.   N.   R.   (dally   ex-
TO "PULL THE TRIGGER." , cept   Sunday) 14:00
������ 11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thurs-
Greenwich, Conn., May 25.���Lester day,   Friday   and   Sat-
Husted. 12 years old, told the authoi I- day       14:00
ties that at his father's request, yes- 11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
terday. he pulled the trigger of a shot , Friday)        14:00
gun which blew the right side of the | 8:30���Burnaby Lake  (daily except Sunday  16:00
PROFESSIONAL.
*********>t^sy**t
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S-
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8-
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, WlUlams building, 41 Granville st-eet. P. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. EL
Martin.
Frederick Husted. a wealthy farmer of North Greenwich, was found lying in the kitchen of his home late
Wednesday with his head partly
blown off and a shotgun lying on a
table.    The boy said that his father
50:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Hun
tlngtnn, etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)    9:45
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary. 610 Columbia
Btreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
  "V.
BENSON ft AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal,
a passenger arrived here yesterday
afternoon from Mourmelan. The distance Is 373 miles and the flight occupied nine hours and fifteen minutes.
This beats all records for distanco
and  duration.
in Paris and other continental cities.
The idea was flrst given concrete
form at a conference held in Brussels In 1904. Committees were organized in twelve countries. Potentia is known to the press throughout
sent his mother away on an errand,' 15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Hldge
called him into the house, and, lay-1 and   Hazlemere   (Tues-
ing the gun on a table, knelt on  the day, Thursday and Sat-
floor, placing his left eye at the muz-1 urday   9:45
zle of the gun and said:    "Pull the 11:30���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.     '
trigger; it isn't loaded, I want to hear
how it sounds."
The boy said he did not pull   the
trigger, but let it down with his
thumb when his father got up and
cocked tbe gun and again told him to
pull the trigger, which he did.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Pumas, Surrey Centre.
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayville,
Cosrhlan, via B, 0. K. R.
(dally except Sunday).
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
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,1    ters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken.
{     Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    and
8:30.     Savage's office, Columbia St.
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Telephone 31 78.
and Bond Corporation, Ltd.
605 Dominion Trust Building,
Offices open evenings from 7 till 9 o'clock, and Saturday afternoons.
Vancouver, B. C. *V**f
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tf       SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
<|��k., TAOS MVWf.   1
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
Bon, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast side
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeaBt corner of T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tbence south 40 chains, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
'   Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ct
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence nortb 80 cbalns, thence
east 80 chains, tbence south 60
chains to salt water, tbence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or lees.
JAMBS WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 6th, 1911.
COA8T LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at tbe southeast corner
of  W.   P.  S.  142,    tbence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 cbalns, thence
weet    80    chains, tbence    south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
��ated April 12th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply (or permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, which point Is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains
more or less to the shore of Green
lake, tbence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty   (160)  acres more or
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22,  1911.
Harmless, Old-Fashioned Remedy Brings Back Color to Gray
Hair and Makes It Grow.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ct
COAST���Take notice tbat I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpenter, Intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   a
!poet planted 10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence
east t>0 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone  Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911. ____^
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice tbat I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C occupation married woman, intends to at>-
ply fer permission to purchase tbe
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
meutb of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of tbe nortb end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence eaat
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; tbence weat forty obalns to
point of commencement, oontalning
329 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer, Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
How many old-fasbiuneci remedies are
liciiie used, which goes to show that it
ll bard to improve some of our grand-
Mothers' old-time, tried remedies. For in-
tiince, for keeping the hair dark, soft and
-lossy nothing c<|iinN our grandmother*'
���Hupp tea." Although, by the addition of
tjlphur nnd other ingredients, this old-
faMlioned brew has been made more ef-
''���ctive as a scalp tonic and color restorer.
Nowadays, when our hair comes out or
u'i'ts faded or gray. Instead of going to
the garden or garret for herbs and
ninldng the "tea" ourselves, we simply
ro to the nearest drug store and ask tor
n bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy.
Drnggfats are authorised to sell It
under guarantee tbat tbe money will be
refunded if it fails to do exactly as represented.
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and la
recommended and sold by all druggists.
ALL DRUGOISTS
CHURCH
| SERVICES
: TURKS SHOW OPPOSITION
TO ZIONIST MOVEMENT
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re the east balf of suburban lot 55,
block 5 (except the roadway), iu
the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of cei
tiflcate of title number 3352A, issue!
in the name of Mary E. Williams, has
been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I sba'.l
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in  the  meantime  valid  objection  be
Take notice tbat an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edward
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, to
Edwin John Bond, bearing date tbe
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all
and singular tbat certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly ,
ing and being in the District  of Newj m��de to me in writing
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-' rt  a   '
ish Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 69, subdivision of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons   claiming
any interest in the said land by vir-i    _   . . ,     .  ������_��� ,   _.��� ....
tue of any unregistered instrument. ����� J* 23of lot 6 group 1. map 7 48
and all persons claiming any interest ��<*pted the southerly 12 eet here-
._   .���_.   r_ij  ,._j   a...  j!L�����i*   m,*a!m*I tofore  conveyed,   in  tbe   district   of
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, tbis office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. Tbe omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
ln by tbe pastor or other responsible
Varty.) 	
Sunday, May 28.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy communion; 11 a. m., matins, Utany and
sermon; 2:30, Sunday school; 1 p. m.,
evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton���2:30 p.m., Sunday
school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED 'EPISCOPAL. Service at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., prayer
meeting on Wednesday. Rev. A. deB.
Owen will preach morning and even-,
ing.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak.
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning,
"Christ's Departure and the Holy
Spirit's Coming"; evening, "God's
Gift to a Lost World."
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 pan. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Morning, "A Vaccllatlng
Church."
Official Militarist Organ Accuses Sect!
of Being Used A�� a Cloak for
German Designs.
^^^^^^^ C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. M. G. Melvin, B. A., minister.
Service    at    11 a. m. and    7  p. m.
Constantinople, May 25.���A curious
incident, the news of which has Just
reached the capital from Salonika, reveals in unmistakable fashion the
rapid growth of Turkish hostility to
the Zionist movement. A well-known
Zionist propagandist, Santo-Semo Ef-
fendl, having obtained tbe permission
of the committee of union and progress to use its club at Salonika for
tbe purpose of a lecture on immigration into Mesopotamia, a large number of Jewish and Turkish members
of the committe promised to be present on tbis occasion.
They kept their promise, but when
tbe lecturer, after discussing various
schemes for the colonization of Mesopotamia, delivered a violent attack
on Great Britain, accusing her of opposing German commercial schemes
in Mesopotamia simply with a view to
the eventual economic and political j der.
conquest of Irak, many of the Turks
present hooted the lecturer and the
meeting was for a time so disturbed
that several ot tbe leading Jews present withdrew. Quiet was soon restored, but on tbe following day tbe Turkish "Rumeli" which is now the organ of the Salonika committee and is
believed especially to reflect tbe
views of its military members, published a violent attack on Zionism,
which is described as being simply
and solely a cloak for German designs
and notably for schemes for the economic conquest and exploitation of
Mesoptamia. These views certainly
appear now to prevail among many
Turks both within and without the
committee organization, who profess
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 tbe Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, tbe
15th June, for the construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and full information obtained at
the office of the District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
tbe Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on tbe form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of tbe amount of the tender, pay-
able to the order of the Honourable
tbe Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited lf tbe
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete it ln accordance *'th tbe tender.
The Department 'does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
 ��� EUGENE FISET,
^H Colonel.
Deputy Minister ot Militia   and Defense.
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers will not   be paid   if
they Insert this  advertisement without authority from tbe Department).
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
SEALED TENDERS addressed te
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m.,
on Monday, June 12,1911,. for tbe con-
to tor;WdencrorG;7man7upVo7roVjf'truc.t1^ ��< a Publlc Building, Cran-
Zionism in the strongly Germanophile  DrS��K'    ' C- .������.. ,. .     ,
and   Anglopbobe   tendencies   rt  the Lf������ '*&%��'*��***��* 2 8E
y ���"��� i ****..**? virami*. ���,������������ ...kii.k.j i_  tract can be seen and forms of ten-
Sunday  school  at  2:30  p.m.  Prayer\%^JX��gZ^^&i? ��***���* at ���� ����to" *****.
meeting  on    Wednesday  at    & P-��-\^S^��S^SSSS^ZS aw1 ����#������*.   Resident   Architect,  Vic-
Evening subject, "Some Moral Diffl-| CL^Wecto^SwSS this mlv'torla' B' C" at the p08t  offlce' Craa"
******* uerman subjects.    However this may , brookj and at tWg Departmeut.
be, it is to be hoped that  the antl-i U'��1*LJ^^.Tla^Z.J'Zmm'Z^ia.'ZA  **..*
aSLi.*  tm*u*r,   *Xa..\*   Va-a.   *.*r.~*ar.     Persons tendering are notified tbat
ln tbe said land   by  descent, whose!
title is not registered under the pro-j
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the tollowlng
described  lands.     Commencing  at  a  ��'   ui   purcha8er   withln    forty.flve
post planted at the southwest corner  d *  h service of
T, T  U 40?H4'..ohenhC<[ V'XZTwea8,'  S?��SS upondyoeu��and fn defaufto
thence north  U0 chains   tbence went      caveat of certlncate    f ��� den8
40   chains,  thence  north    60  chains,  b,      fi, fl     ,��� ,   "
thence  east CO  chains   thence soutb o{ P ���
40   chains,   tbence  east    20    chainaJ and pach ��
thence   south   40    chains,  containing rJ debarred from set.
New Westminster.     ^^^^^^^^^
Whereas proof ot the toss of certl
visions of  the "Land  Registry  Act,". - ..*****  .
are required to contest the claim of f,c��te of Title number U690F, Issued
 -������ ---' In the name of Joseph Campbell, has
been filed ln this office. ,
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration ot one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
culties of the Old Testament.'
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN)-1 Zionist feeling, which has become >\i&ZZZfir^S ��-&-^-_Z
Rev. E. R. Bartlett, M.A., reet*. Holy very marked of late, may not degen- ifiRfiLK^mTwSS
Communion, 8 a.m., Matins and ser- erate into, Ani-Semltlsm from which"nT^ed wUh their actual rtS&
mon, 11 am;  evensong and sermon   Turkey has till now been free. tures, stating their occupations   and
at 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.|   I placeB oI reBidence.     ln the case ot
CAVES ARE ATTRACTIVE.        \ firms, the  actual signature, the   nature ot the occupaUon and place ot
Friday, Litany and sermon at 7:30
p.m. Choir practice on Friday at
8 p.m.
WEST EtfD PRESBYTERIAN, corner Fourteenth   street   and   Seventh
4 0 at��*RIST0PHEIt ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.   wln John  llond  a8 owner thereof in
Dated   April   ICtb,   1911.       .fee.   And I hereby order that publlca-
 .     ���,.,.���.  tion of this notice for thirty days in
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict Ofl &Mj newspaper published in New
Coast���Take notice tbat I, Agnes j Wegtmmater wn; be good and suf-
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation ^^ j^ thereof.
married woman, intend to apply ior Dated &t the Land Ree|Btry Office,
permission to purchase the following N<jw Westminster, Province of Brit-
���described landB: Commencing at t\ Jgh Columblilf tni8 8th day of May,
post planted at the northeast corner j u>
of  lot  380,  thence  west  80    chains c   s   KEITH,
thence  north  80  chains,  thence east District  Registrar.
40   chalnB,   tbence   south   40   chains       Tq J0SmJA DA\'IES,
thence  east  40  chains,  thence south joshua  Davles  Estate.
40 chains, containing 480 acres morel
*r leBB- AGNES DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll 16tb, 191L	
ting up any claim to or ln respect ot I less ln  the meantime vaid objection
the said land, und 1 shall register Ed-1 be made to me ln writing.
^^ p.m.    Morning subject, "The Raising
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-j0f Lazarus from the Dead"; evening,
The Difference Christ Has Made."
Charles   Deutschman   8ays Tourists  residence of eacb member ot the firm
Are Coming in Bunches. . must be given.
������ .�����.���__  Revelstoke,   May   25.���"The   Deut-!     Each tender must be accompanied
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins, B.A., schman Caves, which a few years ago by "* accepted cheque on a chartered
paBtor. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.] were an unknown quantity, are be- bank, Payable to the order of the
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30, coming an unparalleled attraction to  Honourable  the  Minister   of   Public
- - -     i easterners and tourists," said Charles  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p cl
of the amount of the   tender, which
C.   S.   KEITH.,
District Registrar of Titles
I.and   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B.  C,  May 2, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice tbat I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands;   Commencing
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to 60 Inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south bait of section 18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be Issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
lOWUl^     ..a;.-,,,.....     	
At a post planted southeast corner of I Hen.,..  ���
T.  L.  31792, thence north 80 chains,'of June, 1911, unless ln the meantime
thence cast RO chains, thence south 10; a valid objection thereto be made to
^^^      thence follow- j me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest there-
chains  to lake  shore,
lng lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 3l!ti acres more or less.
QBORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated Aprll Wh, 1911.
Complaints having been made tbat
damage bas been done by boys to
property by the use of sling shots or
catapults. Notice is hereby given
that anyone found committing such
damage to public or private property
will be prosecuted.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
ln, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH, !
District Registrar of Titles.'
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, U. C, May 16, 1911.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of I The person or persons having in
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah ; tbeir custody or possession tbe fol
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa-! lowlug title decdji relating to the said
tion spinster, Intends to apply for I property are requested to deliver the
permission to purchase the following'same to the undersigned,
-described lands: Commencing at a (a) 18th March, 1895, Grant front
post planted at the southeast corner i tbo crown to Farquhar McRae.
���of T. L. 31792, thence west 80 chains-I 0>) Conveyance in fee from Fur-
tbence south HU chains, tlience 6"��'
���balus,  Ihence north 80 cbalns
commencement,   containing Ste��wu.w- ... _. _. -
I vevnnco in  fee  under  power o.   Bale
PALMER    	
GASOLINE ENGINES
3ft  to 26  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
point    of^^^^
��40 acres more oHe-J,   Bvmhm<
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April  LOtb, 1911.
Iftitm I    (b)   Conveyance in iee nun. *.**
��.t auhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
��*ato     (o)    Wth August. 1901.    Benjamin
Kin.   Stevenson   to  J-   D.   Buchanan,    (on
COASTLAND DISTRICT-Di.trlO^ofl WHITESIDE,    ^^
Take notice that l, Jumes.
Coast- Take   nonce   mm.   .,	
A. Forrester, or Saskatoon, SasUatche-i
wan, occupation  broker,    Intends    to       	
apply for permission to purchase tho I
���'    i  inn/i..   rnmmenc-l
veyanco in
contained In mortgage.
(d)    IMst Marcli. lltOJ.    Conveyance
in fee from j. D. Buchanan to Benja-I
**\ min Stevenson.
KDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL >% ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
40  chalnB, tlience    WWBW    ��"-���.       ��-' u ���,������ ,)410F, issued
.containing; 380 acrea more or lew,      moatbo ^u  de  Brissac
JAMBS ADAM FORKi'-o1^"-      ����. <-���� u__ , fl)mil ,��� thU office.
Dated
MBS ADAM FV'���.  n   AKent ! Owen, has been flled ln this office.
Boone Kerlin, Agent Owen, na, ^ ^
April 19th. 1911- .'at tE expiration of one month from
ster
Fltz  ^^^^^^^
land, Clerk in iloly Orders^
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described   lands:
Commencing nt  n post planted on
the N. K. end of Alpha lake, on tho
west  side of the    Pemberton    Trail,
thenco east 40 chains, thence south
40 chalnB, thenco    west    40   chaina,
thence nortb   10 chains to   po.nt   of
commencement, containing lt',0 acres
more or less.
Dated tho 7th day of March, 1911,
J.  FITZGKRALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
made to me in writing.
Ci S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
���   Land  Registry  Office,    New  West-
mlnBter, B. C, Mny 9, 1911.
IT PAYS TU ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THS. DAILY NEWS-
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, In Cuba,
throughout tbe Island, also ln
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NKW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without dolay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in tbe World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
school and Bible class    at    2:30 p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rer. E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.;
evening, 7 p. m.: Bible class and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.: Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Re*'. C. W. Brown. B.D.. pastor Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at 8.    p.m
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. aad 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Uurnaby, Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Publlc worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. in. Prayer meeting, j
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 18 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
GOSPEL HALL���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. A special
evangelistic meeting will be conducted
by J. ,1. Rouse, of Vancouver, at 7 p.m
i    SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METHO-
IDIST  MISSION���Rev.  Henry  Wilson,
pastor.     Sunday   school   at    10   u.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday scliool at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house: Service nt i p.m. and Sunday
���chool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, corner Fourth street and Seventh avenue,
CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m.
lt
Duetschman, who Friday   returned to   -
the city, after a trip to New York, At- w111 be forfeited if the person tender
iantic City, Chicago and many other in�� decline to enter into a contract
big centers. Mr. Deutschman was wh��n called upon to do so, or tall to
away In the east for several months complete the work contracted tor. lt
visiting with his folks near Chicago the tender be not accepted the cheque
and calling on a large number of the  wil' be returned.
tourists with whom he became ac-; The Department does not bind it-
quainted In the pursuit of his sum- self to accePl the lowe8t or any ten*
mer's work.    The people down east,  ^er-
Mr.   Deutschman   declared, have   *| R.C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public   Works. Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
come enamored with the natural;
beauty of these caves and have signi- j
fled their intention of coming back for ;
exploration   purposes.      One   promi-   ���
nent New York man has already vis- (Newspapers will not be paid for
ited the caves twice and he is coming thu advertisement If they insert it
back again this summer, while a great wlthout authority from the Depart-
many   others    have   determined    to  ment^
make   this  point   their  annual   sum-  ��� ������.��
mer outing. About |7000 will be
spent around the caves this year, said
Mr. Deutschman. in fixing up the
place. A wagon road will be built
from Glacier to the caves and attempts wlll be made to open up new
caves that have never yet been touched. All the buildings about the place
will be repainted nnd many other improvements made to add to the attra'" j
tiveness of the place.
There are still seven or eight feet
of snow at the caves, but Mr. Deut-;
schman expects this season the biggest tourist traffic ever experienced.
This year he will have his two sisters with him as they are coming
from the east to spend the summer.
SOLD THE
WORLD OVER.
���CANADIAN PACIFIC
--   RA1WAY CO.
[astern
Excursions
Ticket* Now on Sale.
Atlantic Express leaves.... 8:30 a.m.
Imperial Limited leaves  3:55 p.m.
For rates and full particulars apply
to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMIN8TER. B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office:  Princess St
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders will be received by P. O.
Bllodeau until June 1 for the painting
ot the outside of the Windsor Hotel.
Full   particulars   can   be   obtained
from P. O. Bldodeau.    The lowest or
nny  tender not necessarily accepted.
P. O. BILODEAU,
Windsor Hotel.
Westminster   ���
Transfer Co.
'>fflc* 'Phon* lie.     Barn 'fkone 117
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   le
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
, CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER  TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Dally via Victoria
TO NANAIMO. ''
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO  UNION AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALA3KA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, April 4,16, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLAND8.
11:00 p. m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
88. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply,
td ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver J
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV  NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 27, un.
rfcc "Colonial"
Lawt\ Mower' '���
B.U Br.Tli.fi     }'������
After having gone carefully Into the merits of different kinds
of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. These
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
L. McQuarrie leaves on Monday in
company with his wife for a month's
holiday trip to Ottawa, New York
and other eastern cities.
D. Douglas, a brother of Mrs. T. A.
Muir, is expected to arrive from the
east today.
Gamon's  cigar   store  has  removed
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next| to Begbie street, four doo.s above^Co
tram office.   Phone 310. ���'
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry, take out a pollcy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
Agents for
KODAKS and
SUPPLIES
EASTMAN
List Prices
The Knight Templars will parade
to Holy Trinity cathedral at three
o'clock tomorrow afternoon to attend
divine service.
Hairdresslng, njanicuring, massaging; room 6 Market bloc*,"Wer Hunter's.   Phone 870. M
F C. Adams will lecture this afternoon to the Local Council of Women
in the parlors of the Queens avenue
church, at three o'clock.
Demonstration of hair dressing by
a special artist will be given at the
store of T. H. Smith Co., Ltd., today.
For spring plants and cut flowers
phone Davies and Son, florists. Phone
897. *���
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Insley, accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Sharpe, of Vancouver, leave this morning for White
Rock, where they are building a sum-1
i^er residence. j
Alderman  J.  J. Johnston  returned
last evening from a four days' stay |
at Burrard Inlet, where he had been j
spending    thc    holidays     with    his
mother. j
If you are looking for a good runa-|
bout automobile,  which   is   for  sale>
for cash, or exchange for local property, write or call   on W. B. Sweet, |
room 7, K. of P. block. **
Mrs. A. Sangster, of 421' Sixth j
street, leaves this afternoon for Scotland, which she left thirty years ago,
travelling via New York, where she
will be joined by her brother and
sister. Mrs. gangster expects to be
away from Westminster for about
f'ur months.
Th? photographs taken of the
crowning of the May Queen and other
scenes in the procession and in
Queens park are on sale today in all
the local stores.   Don't be late.     ���*
Yesterday workmen completed the
pulling down of the old stores on
the location of the Westminster Trust
building. No time has been lost by
the gangs employe! and in place of
the low lying block which once stood
there will be erected a pile which will
add to the attractiveness of the main
stieet.
On the invitation of F. J. Hart a
rarty of friends and newspaper men
���������III leave this morning by automobile
cn a visit to Blackie Spit, where, under the management of Mr. McLean
the Vancouver landscape artist, a
number of improvements have been
effected at tbe popular watering place.
The return will be made to the city
late this evening.
Yesterday at noon while the staff of
Thompson's stables, on Eighth stieet.
was at luncheon, a man entered and
calmly took possession of a pony and
harness. Tlie loss was discovered
shortly afterwards and Chief Bradshaw. with P. C. Capps went In search
and the man, who did not know much
about animals, was found vainly endeavoring to stop the equine from
running away. At the station Mr.
Thompson refused to prosecute when
he-discovered the supposed thief was
merely a friend who had borrowed
his pony without the formality of asking permission.
lumbia street.
The Ladies Aid of St. Stephen's
Presbyterian church intend holding
the annual sale of work on June 16.
Diamond's barber shop bas now removed from corner of Columbia street
and Begbie, to Begbie street, next to
Hotel Russell.
y^ I k . i war*
i i^ffw/Tgn|
The Public
Supply Stores
Biscuits
We have just received a shipment
of
Smith's Biscuits
(Home product), in
plain and fancy
lines. The price is
right and we recommend that you
try them.
Remarkable Offerings for
Saturday Bargain Seekers
i 	
Items of particular interest for those wishing
the best of values for their money. You
will find many items on our Bargain List
well worthy of an early call today.
Remember the
Place
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
ZAM - BUK
is all right
We have a good supply.
SEE^URWINDOW
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
\ Dispensing Chemists.
Doane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Weatminater, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
EMBROIDERIES,
Profitable Buying
Saturday, 10c. per yard
Fine embroidery, edgings and insertions: widths
from 4% to 8 inches;  regular values to 20c.
HOSE  AT 8AVING  FIGURES.
Girls' and boys' fine cotton ribbed hose; shades of
tan; sizes 5 to 10; regular values 20c to 25c. Saturday special 2 pair for 35c
Women's extra quality fine lisle hose; embroidered
and plain; large showing of colore: some slightly
faded; regular 50c values. Saturday special, per
pair   30c
LINEN CUSHION COVERS.
Fancy colored; embroidered: with frill of silk; regular values 50c.    Saturday special, each   40c
FANCY LINEN8. BIG VALUES.
3fix36 Battenberg centrepieces: fine linen centre;
regular value $1.50. Saturday special, each ..$1.00
30x30 fancy embroidered hemstitched centres:
regular   value 75c.    Saturday special, each    50c
HAIR BARRETTES.
Fine grade shell; In plain and barred styles; regular
values 35c.    Saturday  special, each    25c
ELASTIC BELTS
40c. each; Reg. value 75c
mauve, Nile and
Fancy elastic belts;   in shades of
black; extra good values.
HAND BAG BARGAIN. ,
Genuine aeal hand bag; leather and moire lined-
medium size; well fitted; regular J3.50. Extra sp*
cia. Saturday \ each          .$2.50
HANDKERCHIEF   VALUE8.
Hand embroidered pure linen handkerchiefs; regular 25c.    Saturday    2 for 35c
WHITE LACE DUTCH COLLARS.
Large assortment of styles; regular 65c to 75c. Saturday special, each  50c
WAI8T8   ATTRACTIVELY   PRICED
Women's waists of lawn, linen and fancy vestings
in tailored and Gibson styles; fronts finished with
embroidery,   tucking and lace effects; low neck ant
short sleeve styles;    regular    to    $2.25.    Saturday
special, each ..$1.25
COR8ET SPECIAL FOR 8ATURDAY.
85c Per Pair.
Values that should cause brisk selling in the corset
section Saturday; new style corsets: low bust and
long skirt effects; with four suspenders; good grade
coutille and steels.
Demonstration of Hairdressing by a Special Artist
Today.    Come and learn how to beautify the hair.
Ladies,
Attention!
WE are the new tailors that have
opened up in New Westminster, and
to convince you that we are capable
of doing first class work
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
A. Sinai & H. Lewis
Corner of Clarkson and McKenzie Sts.
Collister Block.
RUSSIAN   INTEREST  IN   ' |
AEROPLANES  IS  INCREASING
St. Petersburg, May 2(��.���It is surprising what interest is taken here in
airships, An exhibition of aeroplanes,
which lias been open for a week. La
crowded every day. A very large
number of officers have visited it an 1
studied the different types of machine with keen attention.'
The czar drove into thc town on
purpose to se the exhibition, and
spent two hours examining the mv
chines and having their points explained to him. llis majesty stopped
a Ioiik time before the exhibits of thn
Hritish Bristol company, and congratulated White Smith, the company's special representative, on its
enterprise In being the only Britisu
manufacturers to send bo far. Tha
czar also remarked on the excellence
of the Bristol workmanship, and said
he was glad to know that the Russian
war office had purchased eight of tho
company's biplanes.
The Russian army already possesses forty flying machines for teaching |
officers, and intends to have in tho
course of the next two years several
hundred aeroplanes. These will prove
a substitute for a fleet wliich would
take twenty years to build. It is
believed that future wars' will be best
prepared which which are well equip-
ped with military aeroplanes.
Conference Starts Work.
London. May 26,���There was   a bl��
gathering at  the foreign office today!
when the    Imperial conference broke
j ground on the all-important matt<?r*
I of defence and  foreign   relations.  He
Bides beads of military and naval dft-|
Miaitments and experts in those lines
were present Premier As<iufth,    Lord
Haldane,   secretary   of   war!   Sir   Edward Grey,    foreign secretary:    Bafl
j Crewe,  secretary    for  India;     Ijswi*
! Harcourt,  colonial    secretary;     Lord
Kitchener and  Lord Fisher,    the two
latter being members of the committee of imperial defence.t   rt was nor
anticipated  that    Sir  EJSdward    Grey
would make a set speech.
LARGE
AND
MODERN HOUSE
TWO   LOTS
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
E.J.Hart��Co.,Ltd-
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
If vou will place yourself under our instruction we will no! only
teach vou bookkeeping, shorthand and typewriting from a practical
standpoint, bu. will supply you with a "B.-L." that will satisfy tho
business man of your ability to "make good."
The best results can be obtained if you are In possession of our
"B.-L."
Day Session the Entire Year.
The Modern Business School
610 Columbia St. A. L. BOUCK, Principal
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
llMMlaVSi Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12 MIDNIGHT
For Stewart     Thursdays
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.
Tickets and information fo- all points east, Including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, Xew York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  P"��"e 710��
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527   Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
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LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
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Ryall's Drug Store
Ssr  _., nr.-rir.iAN.
'PHONE 57
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
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