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 V
VISIT   WHITE   ROCK   ON   THE
TWENTY-FOURTH.
The Ideal 8ummer Resort.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
L'IPt  18  REALLY PLEA8ANT
AT WHITE ROCK.
The Ideal Summer Resort.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME C, NUMBER 67.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   TUESDAY  MORNING, MAY 23, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
QUESTION Of GRAFT
TO BE 100KED INTO
COMMITTEE NAMED TO PROBE
8PENDING OF LARGE 8UM OF
MONEY BY HEALTH COMMITTEE   WITH   LEES  LIMITED.
Alderman Dodd, at the weekly meeting of the city council yesterday evening asked that a special committee be
appointed to Investigate the charges
made in tlie editorial columns of the
Daily News of last Thursday under
the heading "What Is Graft ?" and
that a report by that committee be
made at the next meeting of the
council.
Alderman Bryson seconded the
motion and answering Alderman
Lynch's query "Why this investigation ?" replied "I suppose to find out
who's grafting."
Alderman Johnston, acting mayor,
said that before putting the motion
he desired to know if all tbe aldermen had read the article in question;
if not it would hardly be fair to pass
on the suggested motion.
All present replied in the affirmative, but to put tbe matter beyond all
dispute, Alderman Campbell read the
greater portion of the editorial ln
question. Briefly, the writer demand
ed an explanation of the spending of
$744.B�� by the health committee with
Lees' Limited (Mayor Lee's firm)
during the month of April.
Speaking to the motion, Alderman
Campbell said that in his opinion the
article reflected on the health committee. Tbe writer of the article had
asked that ;i commission be appointed
to bring down the facts at a meeting
of the    council.    Continuing,    Camp-
CHARMS OF WHITE ROCK
TO DRAW MANY FIOM CITY
Holiday  Retort Will  Be    Mecca
Pleasure Seekers Tomorrow
���Advantages Are Many
of
/
COMPANY FORMED TO
MANUFACTURE TILES
CONCERN FORMALLY ORGANIZED
YESTERDAY WILL MAKE CEMENT BY NEW PROCESS���F. C
COOK 18 PRESIDENT.
White Rock will be the mecca of
many holiday makers tomorrow, even
the strong attraction of the big   la- ________________________________________
crosse match not being sufficient to I Tbe Fraser Valley Tile and Cement
withstand the charms of that ideal company, a concern formed to manu
summer resort, which is deservedly! facture cement blocks, tiles ornamen
growing more popular every month.: tal slabs, etc., was formally organized
Brought within an easier reach of yesterday, when the incorporation pa-
New Westminster by an increased! pers were signed ln the office of
train service, operating at a reduced Whiteside, Edmonds and Johnston,
rate, White Rock ls sure to exper-i The company has secured the patent
lence a remarkable growth this sum- lights lor Biitish Columbia of a new
mer. l process of manufacturing t,he  mater-
The special trains which run from ials in which lt will deal, tills method
Vancouver have been given the week- j having been perfected recently in a
end rate of 80 cents return, and a de-1 manner which gives promise of re
termined effort is being made to get  volutionlzlng the cement and tile in-
NOSEVITCH CANNOT
REMEMBER SHOOTING
this concession for Westminster also.
At present the local agent bas received no instructions in this matter, and
dust ry on this continent
F. C. Cook, managing director    of
tbe People's Trust company, has been
unless otherwise advised the regular j named provisional, president of this
holiday rate of $1 return will be charg ' new concern, and C. A. Sutherland,
ed. There ls more than a possibility,' formerly Westminster representative
however, that tbe G. N. R. officials j of the Vancouver Province, assumes
at Seattle will place this city on the the duties of secretary-treasurer. The
same footing as Vancouver. I company has  been organized  by the
Facing the sweep of Semiahmoo! People's Trust and this alone should
bay, with a five-mile stretch of clear! go a long way towards ensuring its
sand forming an ideal bathing beach success, as the Trust company has
and providing ample ground for heal- j been remarkably successful in all its
thy recreation, White  Rock posessea
advantages not approached    by    any
other summer resort in this district.
The 1G0 acres which   comprise   the
townsite  have  been    parcelled    into
lots, about three miles of trail being' other at Ladner.
cut and cleared  through    the    light
brush, this  work  having  been  done
under    the    supervision-   of    White,
Shiles & Co., since they    purchased
undertakings in tbis city and district
since it came under the management
of Mr. Cook.
The present intention Is to operate
two plants, one at Sappeiton and the
RUS8IAN POLE ACCUSED OF MUR:
DEROU8 A88AULT 8WEAR8 HE
HA8 FORGOTTEN EVENT8 OF
NEAR-TRAGIC NIGHT.
The attempted murder case, Rex vs.
Nosevitch, a Russian Pole, occupied
the fifth day's entire hearing yesterday at the spring assizes. The witnesses for the defence had not all
been examined when the court, pre*
sided over by Mr. Justice Clement,
adjourned at five o'clock.
Counsel for the crown, in his open
lng address, recounted the facts of
tbe case. On the night of Sunday,
March 19, prisoner in the dock visited
his place of employm-Tlt, thc B. C.
Condensed Milk factory, and there
shot flve times at Alfred Hayden.
night watchman, two of the shots
grazing the scull, marking the victim
for life. Hayden in self defence struck
at his assailant with a heavy rat tail-
el file and succeeded in temporarily
dazing Nosevitch, who was attached
to the factory as an expert milk
tester.
Witnesses were called and at great
length repeated the evidence as adduced at the lower courts.
Prisoner Very  Nervous.
Prisoner took keen interest in the
proceedings, but from  time to time
RETIRED PASTOR IS
GIVEN ADDRESS AND GOLD
Rev. A. deB. Owen Receives Token or
Appreciation from Member* of
St. Paul's R. E. Church.
The members of tbe vestry and
congregation of St. Paul's Reformed
Episcopal church met yesterday even
ing at the residence of W. R. Gilley,
St. George street, Revs. T, W. G ad-
stone and A. deB. Owen being present by invitation. The preaence of
the latter waa necessary to the success of the evening, for, although it
was ostensibly a social 'gathering, tbe
real purpose was the presentation of
a pocket  book containing $100, ani
DODD WEEPS FOR
POOR WAGE SLAVES
ALDERMAN GETS EXCITED WHEN
FELLOW SOLON8 FAIL TO
RU8H THROUGH MEASURE FOR
SHORTER HOUR8 FOR CLERK8.
A discussion which lasted for upwards of ah hour resulted from thu
Shops Regulation By-law 1911.
brought up for the third reading at
the council meeting last evening.
Alderman Dodd, who fathered the
bill, lost no time in plainly stating
to his fellow councillors that if they
^^^^^^^^^^^_^__^_^^^^_. , adopted the motion to lay over the
an address, to the former pastor of j Dm for one weeki be W0U|,i be com_
St. Paul's church, the gift being a j peiied to frame another, as his stlpu-
token of appreciation for the services ]ations in his bill were to have thla
rendered by Mr. Owen during the flve working by early next month. He
years of his rectorship. | briefly  outlined  the  general  purpose
The address touched feelingly on ���f the ^u one ciauge 0f which was
the close associations which had been t0 majte it compulsory for a certain
formed during the past five years and ciaBg 0- ghop8 t0 cl0Be at Bl_ oc|ook
expressed regret at Mr. Owen's resit? I eVery night.
nation, this being tempered with I Qn council going into committee
pleasure at the thought that he would on tbe matter, Alderman Bryson,
sud.1v for _nm_ Hm. tn . nm. I Bpeaklng   againBt   the   acceptance  ot
the bill, said be questioned the legal-
supply for some time to come.
Mr. Owen suitably replied, voicing
his thanks in expressive language.
The remainder of the evening was
spent 'with music and singing.
ity of it all.    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Alderman Dodd pointed out that
the city solicitor had drawn up the
various wordings and opined that that
official should know. ��
Alderman Henley was not so very
sure about that last statement.  Th.
B. C. A. A. U. Meeting.
A   meeting   of   the   Westminster
branch of the B. C. A. A. U. wlll be
the property from John  Hendry two I held    today    in  W.  H. Keary's  real
years ago.   At the present time plans   estate office, the session being called
bell said he did not know^ Just what | are under consideration for the instal-   for five o'clock.
* ~* iation of a water system  which Willi	
serve  all  tbe  camps  and  residences Laurler's Engagements,
wliich may  be established for years. |     London, May 22.���Sir Wilfrid Laur-
White Rock is the only summer re-  ier lunched on    Saturday    with tbe
sort of a commission the Dally News
wanted. Possibly one appointed by
the lieutenant-governor ln council, oi
perhaps lt was desired tbat His
Gracious Mujesty King George might
be expected to name such a commission.
"We will grant this request," said
Alderman Campbell, "and probe tbis
thing to tbe bottom and satisfy the
public whicli, according to the Daily
News, demands to know where tbe
money mentioned in the editorial was
Team  Leaves This Morning.
The senior -amateurs who will represent  Westminster  in  the  lacrosse .___ **,.**.*..���  ,
betrayed intense nervousness, pacing I match against Victoria at the Capital city solicitor had made mistakes be-
th* dock buttoning and unbuttoning I City tomorrow are leaving on this fore and he could make them again.
hla coat and ln other ways showing afternoon's boat. J. Gifford, one of j in the course of a long talk on bis
that he was undergoing mental the stalwarts of the locals, is not ae- bill, Alderman Dodd aald that ln 1900
anguish. companying the team, measles keep-: a bill embodying such a clause as hu
J. R. Grant, counsel for Nosevitch, | lag him at home. Cooper wlll probably : waB introducing had been adopted by
called Dr. Manchester to give evidence I P'ey in his stead. Hume and Battson the merchants of the city on petition,
which would show that prisoner was! w"l travel with the regular* as spare This had provided that shops which
not accountable fpr his actions on
the night of the affray, but Justice
Clements would not permit the medical man to speak on what had been
told him during his interv__��s with
Nosevitch in his cell. Tbe court beld
that this class of evidence would not
sort  having  absolute  control   of  the   colonial secretary and dined at night, be admissable as  what    the    doctor
men.
HA8  GONE TO CONTINENT.
kept open after a certain hour were
liable to a flne.
Special Privilege to Asiatics.
Alderman Gray asked why it was
that Dodd, as chairman of the police
committee, permitted  the shops  ru.i
by the Chinamen,   Japs   an.l   other
foreshore rights. The advantage of
this will be readily recognized by the
campers whose pleasure has been Interfered with in the past by restric
with Sir Gilbert Parker, M. P.
Affects 40,000 Negroes.
____________________________________     Oklahoma City, Okla.,    May    22.���
tions  Imposed   by  railroads  or other   The United States circuit court here
companies holding the    shore    prlvi-   today   declared   unconstitutional   the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B      | "grandfather      clause        amendment
Apart from the scenic splendors of  which barred 40,000 negroes from par
' tlcipation    in   elections.    It    was    a
spent and    how.     Let    us find    out the resort. White Rock boasts utilita
whether the  editor of this  paper  tsjtrlan  advantages not often met   *iin j Democratic measure.
right or the health committee of tho  in camps.    A lumber mill    close   at 	
city council." ...     hand, a general store, post office and'
,��� Alderman Lynch was utterly at    a   express service are a few of the in-
ton* la understand *;,/ thlq ^ugstlon | ducements that appeal    strongly    to
had Seen    brought   up.    Surely,    he t the seeker after solid comfort,
maintained,  there wus    busiaeae    ot
far greater importance to occupy the
attention of the members of the city
council. The whole matter was, in
his opinion, too trivial to pay any at
tention to. This kind of thing re
minded biai of the inau who wrote letters to the papers under an assumed
name. He would not serve on a commission such as had been suggested
Minister* Leave Ottawa.
Ottawa,    May    82.���Hon.    William
Templeman   left   Saturday  night   for
Victoria, where he will spend several
weeks.   Within the next week or ten
days there will be a general _.atter-
. ing of cabinet miuis... s, one or two
[ remaining In the capital to look after
urgent public business.   With another
WOMEN ANXIOUS TO
IMPROVE CONDITIONS
Royal Commission on Industrial Train- \
ing and Technical Education.
Ottawa, May 22.���The minister   of.	
labor received today a cablegram | foreigners to remain open, not only
would say would merely be what ha!from Dr- Robertson, chapman of the after these certain hours, but alsa
had been told and prisoner was liable roval commission on industrial train-1 on Sundays.
ln his defence to aay anything. I In8 an(l technical education, intlmat-1    Chairman Alderman Johnston said
After W. Norman Bole. K.C, coun- lnS tnat the commission left England , it was a crying shame that people
sel for the crown, had objected to! yesterday for Germany, Switzerland j should purchase from that class of
another point of law, the Judge,and France. The commission has foreigners. In this enlightened age
strongly rebuked Mr. Grant, remind-]'spent flve or six weeks in*_lffer_nt j white people should be supported.
i*ig him that he must first get hold of'DartB oT Great Britain and the min-1       "
' ister has been informed that careful J
investigation of English and Scottish!
systems of technical  education  have
been most  valuable material for Its
report.    The last few days ln   Great
Britain were spent at Edinburgh, Hull I
and  Leicester.    The  com__isslon    at I
present is planning to remain about}
two months on the continent.
(Continued on Page Fire.)
OPIUM SMUGGLERS
ARE ROUNDED UP
Alderman Henley brought up    the
(Continued on  Page Five.)
FIRE CHIEF FINDS
SIREET IN BAD SHAPE
Alderman Campbell said he did not | more or less prolonged session of the
fancy that Uie News representative
would publish a repoit of the proceedings as they had taken place at the
meeting of that evening. Perhaps It
the reporter took hack to the editor
of the News what he had heard at
the meeting, the editor would be satis-
EXPECTORATION IN PUBLIC
PLACES AND FREEDOM OF
CANINES SOME OF THE THINGS
OBJECTED   TO   BY   LADIES.
fled ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Alderman Dodd. as the mover of
the motion, asked that Aldermen
Johjjston, Henley and Campbell act as
a commission to take the matter up
add report.
house to make ready for they will all
have tb be back ln Ottawa early in
July, so that the period between now
and the end of June will afford th.|
only   relaxation   from     duties   which ,   ,0   ���;    ^ity   council    the   ,oca,
have been  particularly heavy during ���
Following Up their decision to ap*
HILL NOT PLANNING
LINE TO CALIFORNIA!
BROUGHT FROM 6HINA INTO CA-,1     .,       _    ,    ���_ ~~    _    . ,    ...
New York, May 22.���Denial of the
story tbat James J. Hill is mediating
, an  Invasion  of California    ls    made
UNITED   STATES���OVER    $100,-, here today by the Wall Street Journal,
NADA    AND   THENCE   TO    THE
000    WORTH    OF    DRUG   SOLD.
New  Auto  Engine  Does    Not    Take
Kindly to Jagged Surface of
Columbia Street West.
Whiteside, Edmonds    &    Johnston,
instructed  by  Law  A.  Soon.,  yestei-
the past six months.
FIRST  NAVAL  AIRSHIP
LAUNCHED IN BRITAIN
Women's Council yesterday evening
sent the undernoted to the alderman:
The undermentioned matters whicli
we, as members of the Women's
Council, consider of great importance
have been brought up at our meetings
which prints the following:
"J. J.  Hill  disposes  of    the    story
that   he  is  planning  an   invasion  of     ��_^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
California with a vigorous denial. He I day evening informed the city councll
Montreal,  May   22.���Following   the  declares he has no intention of   ex-1 that  Soong,  owner  in  fee simple  ot
arrest   of an   express   messenger   in' tending his lines south from Oregon   lot 3, block 10 (corner of Tenth   and.
down  to  San   Francisco,  or  that  he I Carnarvon  streets),  did    not    _esirt_
Plattsburg, N.  Y., the   story
smuggling    of    large    quantities
opium  from  China  into Canada  and  rich  timber  lands  of ^Northern  Call   certained  the  lines  of the lot
has any desire to tap the Golden Gate ' the council to construct any sidewalks.
ot  citv.    It   has   been  argued   that  the  Past this property, as he had not as-
^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^    Tha
thence  into the  United
been laid bare.
The customs authorities of both the
MISFORTUNE DOGS
FOOTSTEPS OF S.HMITZ
(Former  Labor   Mayor of  San    Francisco Now Penniless and  Stranded
In   Mexico.
is the   provision    for   two
gondolas for the engines.
separate;
San   Francisco,   May    22.���Former
Mayor Schmitz, who escaped going to
TO   SMUGGLE    SYRIANS.
The provision of flre escapes for
the windows at the rear of moving
picture shows, where there are no
other means of escape, and we suggest the appointing of a special committee to investigate this.
3.    That  some action be taken re
working hand in hand in the matter j
for some weeks past and as a result I
Barrow-in-Furness,  Eng., May 22.���       ^	
Clreat Britain's flrst naval airship, the. through resolutions framed by differ ,
construction  of  which has been sur-' ent affiliated societies and the council, United States and^Canada have .been
rounded  by  much  secrecy,  was  sur-   resolved to appoint  a committee    to "'      "" """ *    '     * '" "*"       **"'
cessfully  launched  here on Saturday j interview the civic board ln   the hope
and  is now  anchored    behind    wind   that immediate action may be taken
screens erected  in  the harbor.    The   by them to correct the very unsani
airship was christened the Mayfly.      j tary  and  objectionable condition    at
The airship, which is 502 feet   ln   present existing in our community,
length, is of the rigid type  with    a|     _'    The  creating  and  enforcement
blunt  nose    tapering    to    a  pointed   0f a by-law prohibiting expectoration
stern.    A feature of the construction j 0n the streets und in public places.
States has fornia would afford profitable traffic I letter also pointed out that as, the*
for the Hiss system, but Hill regards lot bordered directly on the railway
the timber lands now avallaoi. as right of way it would leave no room
more than sufficient." j sufficient to allow a  sidewalk to  ba
  constructed    between    the    boundary
SELLS  UPCOAST CANNERY. line of the right of way and the lot
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B ������ mentioned,
have amassed a considerable amount' Captain  R. G.  Gosse  Disposes of In-'    In  connection  with this same pro
of Incriminating evidence against
those engaged in the traffic. Montreal
has been the chief distributing point,
Plot Discovered  in Jamaica and   Un
desirables Are  Help  Up.      J
-. -       _ Klnnston, Jamaica. May 22���A plotI garding the delivery of pure milk ln
San Quentin prison with former Boss. (0 smuggle  undesirable  Syrians  into   properly  sealed bottles.
Abe Ruef by the slenderest legal tech-1 New  York has Just   been   unearthed      4.    fiiat  the council be asked    to
nlcality, and who is now at liberty on   here. | legislate more effectively in regard to
heavy bonds, has lost all his fortune. Two men who had shipped as the canine by-laws, thereby prevent-
Schmitz is in Mexico, dead broke, all sailors on the steamship Prlnz August *Dg dogs from running about at large,
his   business   ventures   having    gone I wilhelm were discovered and landed  except when held by a chain in charge
at  Fortune  Island.      They  have   re-  0f some person, and amend the exlst-
turned here, and the local government  ins clause to read "$20 penalty."
refuses to allow them to land. j    The matters  wore referred to the
Unless the tenns of th* alien  .nu j various sub committees of the    city
per law are compiled with   protaca-  council.
tion of the smugglers will be ll.e.y 10;
follow.
wrong. He was poor when elected
mayor, but ls said to have quit very
wealthy.
When Schmitz was trying to get out
of Jail on bail he obtained tbe assistance of William J. Dingee, an Oakland capitalist. In return, Dingee induced Schmitz to invest many thousands of dollars in a large cement factory near Santa Cruz, in this state.
This company was dragged down Into
ruin when Dingee failed last year,
and Schmitz lost every cent he had
invested in IL
terests at Knight Inlet. I perty,  the B.  C.  Mills, Timber    and
Vancouver, May 22.���Captain R. G. ] Trading company  also  wrote.    With-
��� Gosse, who has for many years been  out discussion the matter was left in
although the smuggling of the forbid-  identified with salmon canning opera-   the hands of the board of works    to
den drug has been continent-wide.      | ti0ns on the coast of British Colum   report.
Working on information received bia, is reported to be retiring from' Fire Chief Watson informed the
from New York and Boston, the au- active participation in the industry, council that, in his opinion, Columbia,
thorities here instituted search pro- anQ he has Just disposed of the can- street west was in a bad condition,
ceedings and discovered small quan- ne-y and pjant of the Knight Inlet the holes making It dangerous to iui_
titles of the drug on the premises of j Packing company at Knight In'et. The, the new auto at any speed. He sug-
twelve people here, two of whom are purchaser is the A. B. C. Packing gested filling these holes with crushed
whites and ten celestials.   Letters and   company. j rock and the works  department  will
cheques of an incriminating charac-1 Last year the Knight Inlet Packim; act upon this immediately,
ter were also found. The authorities company had a very successful sea-1 Alfred L. Cooke, a city woikman
state that they have a clear caso son. putting up 23,000 cases. This wno was off duty as the result of in-
agalnst these twelve persons, but re- summer the expected pack at this Juries received while on duty nt
fuse to divulge their names. They cannery Is 37,000 cases, preparations Queens park last April, claimed his
are now awaiting developments from  for that number having been made.
the arrest of the messenger at Platts-1	
burg, to secure information which will I Coronation Stamps,
incriminate a  large  number  of  peo-1    London, May 22.���With the corona
FINDS THAT CHICAGO
MEANS "BAD SMELL"
Washington,   D: C, May   22.���The
LACROSSE JUNIORS TO
PLAY PRELIMINARY
wages aud also the payment of doctor's bills amounting to $25, making u.
total of $75.   Tbe amount was o: dered.
paid.
Gilley Brothers asked permission t j
pie here and lead to the location   of  tion now exactly one month   distant,,
large quantities of opium which are  active work was commenced today on   place a gasoline tank under the street
known to be hidden in this city. I the printing of the issue of Geore V.   In  the rear of city  lot 18, block 23.
The discovery of the plot came | postage stamps ln order that they Holbrook street, this for auto truck:
through the great increase noticed in may be on sale throughout the Uni-' purpose. Fire committee was given
the traffic in the drug in New York, j ted Kingdom on June 22.
which led to an Investigation, as the | .
result  of which   it was   ascertained   FEWER SALOONS MAKES
TOPPENISH  BETTER CITY
Toppenish,    May      2..���Conditions
power to act.
A number of ratepayers applie I tr.
the council for the opening    up   of
Archer street from Shiles street    to
tbe new school property at Sapperton.
An investigation will be made and  .
IM.-.UH     UL     null 11     ga    " *i_     *��-v .1 .......v.
that the dealers were accustomed to
The professional lacrosse match at make   out cheques   for   considerable
,.___.._.��� ,   _-  _ .    -��^^^���      Queens park tomorrow afternoon will' amounts  payable    to  persons,    both ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
city of Chicago suffered a blow at the  be preceded by a good preliminary be   Chinese and whites, in Montreal. The have greatly improved ln  Toppenish j report brought in at next meeting
v___mi ... ��_                                          1 hands of the geological survey when  tween teams representing the Junior | cheques   were  traced   here   apd   the since the number of saloons was re-      Tne    application    of    Charles    A.
Then the mine which   Schmitz put  a bulletin was Issued by the service,   element  of Sapperton and  the East; men engaged in the business in this duced from ten to six, say the reform- Sutherland to have water supply laid
considerable  money Into at  Orovllle, I giving derivations of local  names in | End.   This curtain raiser Is billed to 1 city located. ers.   Drunkenness and disorderly con '; on to his house on Durham street waa
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in Butte county, pinched out after
showing some very rich ore. In despair, Schmitz then started for Sln-
nlao, Mex., where his brother is interested in some mines, but a letter received yesterday by one of his old
fiien Is saying the mine Is worthless
and that Schmitz is stranded and
needs money to get out of the country and reach home. It is estimated
Schmitz made half a million dollars,
but the pnTy thing that remains ls a
flne home, which ls in hls wife's name.
All the other property has taken
wings.
The United States, it was stated: Chi-j start at half past one o'clock, with
cago���City aud liver in Illinois: thel Tlm Mahoney holding the boys in
OJIbwa   Indian    form,   'She-Kag-Ong,' j check.
signifies 'wild onion place.' from ai The East Enders will pick their
root form implying 'bad smell.'" twelve from the following:    H. Stod-
Several derivations were dug up, dard, Kelly, McKay. Sinclair, Ann.n-
but the definition'of the word Chicago dale, J. McAllister, B. McAllister, A.
was generally admitted to be the most Dawe. G. Bryson, S. Sayer. G. Feeney
unpleasantly outspoken of them all.   ' "*   ->���"*��� - -    ., _.
Lockqut In Prussia.
M"nster.  Prussia, Mav 22. ���A lockout ln the textile manufact'inn"- dl
B.
E.  Pentland,  George  Curtis  and
Bowell.
The  following will be among    tho
Sapperton players:    Bert Johnston, H,
Conductors and express messengers 1 duct are rare events now ant for sev I authorized. The application trom the
on the various trains running between ( eral days the local Jail has been with-' same ratepayer, and also the Peoples.
Canadian   and American   cities   were . out occupants. Trust, to have sidewalks accommoda-
the agents to carry the goods across  ��������� tion there and on  First and  Second.
the border. Gasoline  Schooner  Ashore.        ���  stieets and Eighth avenue, including;
The business has proved a lucrative! Marshfleld, Or., May 22.���Wireless the clearing of Eighth avenue to the
one, as while the drug is purchasable reports from Hunter Head have been street line and First street, with tha
here at $12 per pound, in New York, I received stating that the gasoline necessary culverts and gradings,
so great is the demand and so strin-1 schooner Wascniore stove in her bow, would cost $1000.    As there were   a
and then drifted to Island Rock, a few number of houses occupfed there and
miles south of the mouth of Rogue niore going up, it was decided to pas..
rlver, where she sank.   The six mem-   favorably   upon   the   recommendation
gent tbe 1 .ws. that $.0 a pound is obtained for it.
While   no   exnet   estimate   of   the'  	
���Tohns,on'    J-    Chambers,    Atkinson,! amount of the drug smugcled   is on-  bers of her crew were taken off the   of the board of works  the "money tn
rirt was declared today.   Ten thoua-   Huff, Chambers, Nelson. Sclater, Reu-   talnable.  the  authorities  Vtoce it as   Island by the llfesaving tug sent from   be taken from the 191.    money   fw-
and operatives are affected. ' nie, Cameron and MacKenzie. not less than $100,000. . Bandon. law*
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
Wants
BOARD AN DROOM FOR YOUNG
couple. Child not objected to. Batn
and telephone. Moderate terms.
711 Seventh avenue, city.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
EIGHTH AVENUE.
TWO  LOTS between Eighteenth and
Twentieth    streets,    facing    south,
$750 each, one-third cash.
TENTH AVENUE
FIVE  LOTS   (one corner)    in    West
end.    $325 each, one-third cash.
_ *,..,. *~'����-lffiNI_jj|||ui|j HEMEMDERS
THE BATTLE DF WATERLOO
Telephone 617,	
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE TUNER
WANTED���AT ONCE MAN TO RUN
machine rock drill. Apply Gilley
Brothers.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck,
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
A   GENTLEMAN,
close ln. Apply R.,
NINTH AVENUE���Fine large cleared
lot (.6x160), below Moody Square,
$1800; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months.
WANTED ��� BY
board and room
��� this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melln,
1016 Third avenue.
SCOTT ROAD
TEN  ACRES fronting on main  road,
close to Strawberry Hill post office
and store; two acres cleared, house,
barn, etc., $4550;  terms.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than Is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. U yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
FOR SALE OU RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed cottage, three bedrooms, parlo .
dining room, kitchen, bathroom and
pantry; hot and cold water, electric
lights; furniture if desired. Possession by 1st of Juue. Lot 68x80.
Apply Owner, 242 corner Second
street and Third avenue, one block
from centre gate of Queens park.
FOU SALE���FINE MAXWELL, TWO
passenger runabout automobile. Per-'
feet    condition;    Just    overhauled.
Cash or trade for property.    W. D.
Sweet, care Reid, Curtis & Dorgan.
FOR SALE���LOTS, $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first divisional
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $6 a month, no
interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
street.
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
Ing a number of substantial five
and  seven  room  houses  at  Buena
, Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the new Burnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Leibly & Blumer Ream-
Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg..
Vancouver. Telephone 8365. Open
till 9 p. m.
TO RENT.
FOR RENT���GOOD OFFICE IN THE
Market block; cheap rental. Apply
Rent Dept., Dominion Trust Co.,
Ltd.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM ON
car line; furnace heat. Apply 327
Pine street.
 I
TO RENT���FOUR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Apply over Hardman'.
block, corner Eighth street and
Fifth avenue.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone in house. Apply 37 Agne3
street.
TO    RENT ���FURNISHED    ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. FerguEon, Pythian Hall Building.
FOU RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
LOST.
LOST���HAY   HOUSE   WITH   STRAP
round neck.   John Wolf, Port Mann.
STRAYED FROM PACKING PLANT.
Sapperton, one red steer witli white
spot on forehead, brand DRX on
litht side. Reward for information
thiit will lead to its recovery. Notify
C. I'. R, Co., P. O. Box 171, City.
Westmi ster
Transfer Co.
���DfCc* 'Phons 115.     Barn   Fiona 11?
Columbia Btreet.
Bagg.gs   delivered    promptly    '..
< any part of fas city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���Tf>A��  DEPOT
Miss O'Callaghan
Graduate Nurse
'Phon e 913. Room 613 Blackie Bk.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phon*  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Weatminater.
SANDRINGHAM  AVENUE
COMMODIOUS house bf seven rooms
on exceptionally wide lot;  In good
condition;   $3500;  only  $500    cash,
balance in monthly payments.
Your    opportunity    now���A    client
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
"AT IT HERE SFIttt 1900V
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(.S QUICKLY A3 THE M.IL5
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PEOPLE JUST US CAREFUL
MV CAUTIOUS IS
-0U Cf.PI BE,
/IRE WEli-PLEASED,
rIMD THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WTHTOEVW. iriWMH
our Business is
TRANSACTED-/') 8-SIPIESS
pvirtifrED ay people or
mmEmmmi
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.OUR rVIMB *r1DOT_SS
Wll_* PROMPTL. BRING YOU
PUli-IMFORMflTIOI..
WRITE TOM
SH0ULP.0UHr.VE.ll..
PINf.NGIf.L BUSINESS IN
VflMGOUVER-VI-iniT.,
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MORTGrtG_5TOeOK0TER
ANPCOL.EGT,
HR�� INSURANCE TO PUCE
LGTUS/TTTeriDTOIT.
WE ARE PLEflSiriG
OTHERS WE WW BE SURE'
TO PLB0SE you.,
321 Gamble Street,
|pV_vr\covrver B.C.cj
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��1 .,400.000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eu.
snd, Nsw York, Ch'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., aDd Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of the
��orld.
Savings Bank Dsrartment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
ind Interest allowe 1 nt 3 per cent, per
innum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t��� Foot of 8ixth.
From John Broadwood & Sons. Louden, and Steinway & Son, London.
New Pianos  Selected for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
James  Quinn,  Oldest  Man  In  Winnipeg,   Speaks   Interestingly   of   Days
Gone by���Still  Strong.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for supply of Steam Coal," wlll
be received at this office until 4 p. m.
on Wednesday, May 24th, 1911, for
the supply of Steam Coal to the B. C.
Fleet of Dredges.
Forms of tender can be procured at
the office of William Henderson, Esq.,
Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C,
from the Postmaster, Vancouver, and
also at the office of the undersigned,
in New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will be not considered unless
made on forms supplied, and signed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case of Arms, the actual
signature, the nature of the occupation, and the place of residence of
each member of the firm must
given.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
H. A. BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster,  B. C,  May   12th,  1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
tiiis advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
The
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 the Island, also ln
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St
Phono 699.
P. O. Box 501
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior.s
'Phone R672
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Winnipeg, May 22.���Talking coherently on the evolution of science and
politics of the past century, dealing
with the tremendous natural development of the same span aud interject
ing a few pertinent criticisms as to
the increase in the price of "Paddy's
Eye Water" since he was born, thc
oldest man in Winnipeg yesterday
dedicated a few moments of his life to
an interview with the Free Press.
James Quinn has seen the light of
day for 100 years. He was found at
the home of one of his flve living
daughters, Mrs. Mary Rice, 306 Aberdeen avenue.
Mrs. Rice answered the summons
of the bell. "We believe you have a
centenarian living here. Could wn
have a few mlnuteB talk with him? '
Mrs. Rice replied that her father was
quite an old man, and a couple cf
seconds later ushered him into the
room.
In Full Strength.
He walked slowly  with Indecisioi
in each step,   he was a little hard cf
hearing and his  vision  was   slightly
, impaired.   But as he moved it was dif-
be| flcult to realize  that he had  attained the century mark in life, not much
over flve feet in height and as solidly
built as an athlete the old man carried a pair of shoulders which would
be   a   credit   to   any man   of   forty.
Broad and straight, they gave no evidence of decrepitude.    From outward
appearance he   might   be 60 or   70
years of age.
Once seated und advised of the
purpose of the visit the old man
smiled.
"I don't quite know," he said, "just
how old I am, but according to thc
ups and downs as I recollect them 1
am 100 years old this month.
"I was born in Belfast in   1810 or
i 1811.    I was a good   lump   of a boy
I when   the   battle    of   Waterloo   was
I fought.    I   was  an  orphan   and   an
j auntie took me down to hear the tidings from the front.   When they came
I in   everyone went wild with   delight.
' A total stranger kissed auntie with.
j out  foreword,   so  delighted   was   he
i with the army's success.      Auntie, 1
' recollect,  was very much disconcerted.
"I was out at service when  Georgo
j III.  died and I have outlived George
' IV.. Queen Victoria, Edward VII.    If
' I live a little while more I will live
into the reign of   George   V., which
I makes  six  rulers   in  my   time,  and
that's quite a span.
Came in 1842.
"I came to Canada on the sailer
Maltitus in 1842, and arrived at Toronto when it was Muddy Little York.
From then until a few years back I
took part in the developments of the
country, but now I sit and read about
them.
"They certainly are making great
progress in science. Everything is
changing to more advanced processes.
Railroads, telegraph, telephone, electricity, gasoline power and a thousand
other advancements have been made
in my time. In fact I think there Is
only one more important development
to be perfected and that is to arrange
a means by which we can reach happiness in a balloon. In this line, too,
I believe, they are now meeting considerable .access, and perhaps before
I die they'll make it."
Factors of Evolution.
The old man then commented individually upon the big factors of evolution during the past century. From
this he drifted to conversation about
the Fress Press, which he has been
reading for more than 30 years. His
comment was entirely laudatory and
was so sincere that it caused a mo-
mentary blush. |
James Quinn has lived in the west'
almost  35  years.    He  lias  live   married daughters in Canada and upward
of 50    grand and great-grandchildren.
"How's your   digestive apparatus?":
' he was asked.
The    genial    old    fellow    laughed.
: "Why,"  he said, "practically   all   the
health I have left now, Is  evident at
I meal timrs.    1 can't complain.      The
Great Being has certainly been   very
good to me, for I have come  through
rough times  by land and  sea.    I've
done my days to tills point and may j
. live some more."
"Do you smoke?"
A   wave of genuine disgust   and   a
gutteral "Ah!" as though his stomac'i
had been almost upset, was sufficient.
negative reply,
"An' a wee drapple?" lu* was a.kod.
Paddy's   Eye   Water.
"Hah." said .lames Quinn, this time
smilingly,   "ir I were a younger man
I'd run for parliament.   I'd see   that
the price of Paddy's eye water was
put  where it ought to be.     When 11
came to Ontario, you could get three
gallons   of  tlie    finest   whisky   ever
made for 76 cents.   The bottles of to-|
day are like the girls, done   up   too
tight."
Then the centenarian, showing'
signs Of fatigue, left. By all outward I
appearance be should be among the!
living for a spell yet. The Inst two
years have been hard ones upon him,
but lie is still much of the viii'e Irish-,
man who sailed over to Canada in!
1842, by the Maltitus.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
HARRY LAUDER'S BUST
SHOWN IN ACADEMY
London, May 22.���Harry Lauder,
the Scotch vaudeville artist, who is
hoping soon to make another American tour, has the honor of being the
subject, of a bust which is contributed to this year's academy. It ls a
small bust, and ls almost hidden from
sight in a corner, but all the same ll
is rare enough for a vaudeville artist
to have his lineaments cn view at
Burlington house. Tlie bust is the
work of Ueid Dick.
The Ideal
Summer
Resort
Is the place that embraces all the pleasures
and advantages of the seaside and country
combined with accessibility to and from the
large cities. All these features are to be
found at
White
Rock
Ideal bathing beach, 5-mile stretch of pure
sand.
Abundance of pure spring water, boating,
fishing, driving, etc.
Five trains daily, each way to and from
Vancouver and New Westminster. Railway fare 85c and return.
Daily mail service, store, etc.
PRICE OF LOTS
$200 each and up; terms $50
cash and $50 every 6 months.
TEN DOLLARS
To those wishing to put up a summer cottage for this year's use, we are prepared to
make a special'offer. We will sell you a lot
at the regular price but will only ask you to
pay down $10 to cover expenses. You can
put your spare money into building and
need not pay us a cent more until the fall,
and then only the regular $50 payment.
We will do more than that; we will tell you
how to build a two or three room cottage
for from $100 to $150. This special offer is
however only good for this month so
Visit White Rock on the
24th and select your Site
For Fuller Information
See the Townsite Agents
White, Shiles
Ho.
628 and 724 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEW!..
PAGE THREE
WHITE ROCK
Latest and Best
SEASIDE   SUBDIVISION
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No need to climb up and down a hill.
This beautiful bit of alderbottom, and with gentle rise
in the rear, is only two hundred yards from the railway station at which all trains over the G. N. R. stop.
The natural beauty has been preserved; only the dead
and superfluous trees and underbrush slashed.
AH 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
What is a few hundred dollars if you get -what you want
and here is the very chance you have heen
waiting for.
APPLY TO
E. A. GREAME or J. H. VIDAL
Phone 653
OR
Phone 369
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SCOTTISH LORDS DRIVE
THOUSANDS TO CANADA
MILLIONAIRES USE VAST ACREAGES FOR GAME PRE8ERVES
AND LAND HUNGER CREATES
EXODUS TO  WEST.
NA-DteDo^PEPS'#A_ilET5
relieve and cure Indigestion���acidity of the stomach���biliousness���flatulence
���dyspepsia. They re-inforce the stomach by supplying the active principle!
needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has Dot stock.d them yet,   send us 50c.
and we will mail you a box. 33
N.tx��-I Drug and Ch.mic-l CompM.  at C.--H.. Limited,      ���      ���      .
Edinburgh, May 22.���"The game
like silence." Head deer and grouse
for "game" and you have the Scottish explanation why last year Just
_hort of 80,000 sturdy Scots emigrated
mainly to the west of Canada, and the
drain continue, at a rate that tome-
times runs as high as 2000 on a single
day.
Census returns in Scotland are being published earlier than in England
and their tale is beyond dispute���
Scotland is being bled to death because millionaire, want deer forests
anl preserves for game birds. The
land hunger is as great in North Bri-
i tain as in Southern England: the
exodus of the strong ls as grave aa.
ln any part of Ireland.
Even   now a   thousand   Aberdeen-
shire men have boooked "passage   for ���
Canada  by  the  end   of this   month.
They see no hope of a footing on their |
home land, even though a small hold- ]
lngs bill has twice passed   the house
of   commons,   and    Donald   Maclean,
member for Peebles and Selkirk has a
similar bill down for introduction ten
days hence.
Vast Acreage Depleted.
A great laird is the Duke of Sutherland, and by no means the worst, but
steady emigration has reduced the
population in every parish of his 1,
300,000 acres. He and the sixty-nine
other landowners who own half the
country must have "silence for the
game."
Not even in the great cities has
there been a striking increase in population. While estimates had placed
the increase in the eight largest Scottish cities at 236,132, the cold facts of
the census show the actual Increase
is only 38,461. So even the journals
representing the landowners admit
that the case is serious and something
must be done for a decaying Scotland.
Ail Sections Suffer.
Highlands and lowlands are alike
suffering from the wasting exodus of
their bonny lasses and vigorous men.
J. D. Hope, who has just been elected
member for East Lothian, says: "Although we are In the lowlanis we
have lost as many people as they
have in the crofting districts. Many
men are going to Canada."
And A. C. Morton, member for Suth-
erlandshire.   says:     "In   the   county
which   I  represent   we   have   380.000
acres which Crofters' Commission reported in  1895 to be fitted for cultivation.    The same commission reported that, in the six crofting counties���,
Inverness, Ross and   Cromatry, Sutherland,    Argyllshire.    Caithness    and
Orkney    and    Shetland���there    were
1,760,000 acres which might be cultivated. I
"But nothing has been   done,  and
the result has been that all the young
people have had to clear off.   This 1.
shown by the returns of old age pensions  paid.    The percentage   of   persons over seventy is higher in Suth-
erlandshire than in any other part of
Britain.   I have no hestitation in saying that 60,000 more people cculd live
there in comfort."
Emigration Agent's Task Easy.
These conditions, as P. A. Molteno,
member for Dumfriesshire, says,
make it no wonder that "when a Canadian emigration agent comes alonj;
and tells these people about a land
where they can get a freehold farm o:i
easy terras, they go."    He adds:
"There Is no country in Europe
where the land laws are so detrimen-
lal to the public good as they are in
Scotland.    Twelve persons o-.vn 3,400,-1
J All the May Day Needs
Can be Well Supplied
AT
7Ae WHITE HOUSE
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
Why Not Dine at
the "Royal" ?
MUSIC TONIGHT FROM 6 TO 8 AND FROM 9 TO 11.
Try those delicious
STRAWBERRIES
AND CREAM
The most sanitary place, and beautiful
surroundings in the city.
ROYAL CAFE
Dominion Trust Block, New Westminster
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAV.
Now it the time to beautify your ground*.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
000 acres, which is equal to the whole
cultivated area  of Belgium.    Seventy I
men own over 9 000,000   acres, which
Is equal to the cultivated area of Den-]
mark.    European economists point toj
Scotland as the best modern   illustration of the ills that a bad land system
will inflict upon a peonle."
Politicians in Quandry.
So a fortnight hence most of the
Scotchmen in the house of commons
will make a big effort to concentrate
hr. _ntion on this problem, even
thoueh their small holHngs solution
should be descrlhed as Socialistic, or
as Lord Rosebery mounrnfully puts it,
"the end of all." The great drawback
Is that some of the Scottish members
are at odds with their colleagues over
methods of procedure, but in view of
the census figures practical unity Is
looked for when the bill again comes
before the house.
Another Interesting detail shown bv
the census concerns the alien poDula-
tlon of Scotland. Over 20.000 Poles
are now In Lanarkshire, taking thn
places of the Scottish miners and
farm hands who have made for the
brighter hone of Pennsylvania, Alberta and British Columbia.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director |
_WO|_IM_AiEiP> 4
TUESDAY, MAY 23. 1911.
FOR SALE
Two and a half story houso on   lot,   86x132,   Third   avenue,  and
near Queens park.   This ls a snap tt $4760.   Terms to be arranged.
Eight roomed house on Keary street on full sized lot.   Price $_.00.
$_00 cash and balance on very easy  terms.
FOR RENT
Six roomed bungalow on S   vu.l street.
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Guichon  BlocK.
We are being inundated daily wit-
pamphlets, booklets, etc., etc., in op-1
position to reciprocity.
It seems pretty evident from pe- j
rusal that several of the larger manu-
facturers will lose a moiety of tho
abnormal profits they have been mak-1
Ins the past few years, and that the'
working man will get a little more
money, and be able to buy necessities
cheaper.
It must certainly be striking some
of the capitalists hard, when they will
put their hands in their pockets, to
mail and publish broadcast, literature
throughout Canada in an attempt to
defeat what will eventually become
the greatest boon to Canada since
confederation.
Among the literature we have received is a circular letter from the
Canadian National league of which
Mr. E. A. Lash, K. C, Is chairman.
The letter introduces the flrst pam-'
phlet issued by the league, which we
are invited to review. The Daily
Witness has also received the same
literature, and has the following to
say anent the league:
"We are glad to see that the Canadian    National   League,  which   has
come into being as the result of the
opposition   to  the  Reciprocity   agreo-
ment   with   the   l'nited   States,   re
proves as a corporate body the allegation that many of its members have
made as  Individuals���that  all   those
���who favor the reciprocity agreement
are 'annexationists' and 'disloyal.' The
letter  proclaims:     'Hapjiily,  there  is
no need to impute disloyal intentions
to our friends who are also friends of
the agreement.    However   strenuous
the  fight  against  the policy  underlying the agreement becomes, the   Canadian  National  league will  keep its
discussion outside the lines  of bitter
partisanship.'     That   Is   exceedingly
Rood of the league, and shows that on
second or third thoughts Its members '
have found   that  the  'disloyalty'   cry
was not  only  dishonest  but  childish,
and   injurious  to  their  cause.      But
���while the  Canadian National   league
makes the  above  disclaimer   of  this
current but BUipl I slander. It goes oa
practically  to  repeat  it.    The  whole
purpose of  Its  pamphlet   ls  to  show
that the  consummation   of   the  reciprocity agreement would mean the ac I
tual disruption of lhe British empire,
so  far as  Canada  Is concerned,   and I
implies  that   ihe supporters   of   the1
agreement are disloyal in effect If no'.
in intent, ard that they are dolts   ,f
ithey aie not  traitors.
On the other hand, we charge, as
plainly as words can make it, that
the anti-reciprocity people are disloyal
in effect, though not in intent, and wo
find  it  hard  to understand  why  they j (jfe
Money Loaned on First
Mortgages
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia Street Over Bank of Toronto.      Phone 927.
I jr.     C_l-  Modern Two-story
/Or Oaie six Room House,
Corner Second and St. Patrick Street.   Cement basement.   Price
$3200; on very easy terms.    For further particulars see
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English   &   Brown
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520 Columbia Street, ThompsonBlock. Phone  908.
/        B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Rinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLAS8.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone   12
New Westminster
Box  13/
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser Kiver it ls a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,   1U17.
A.   BCTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone G23.
of the most beneficent agreement .
that haB ever been arranged between I
statesmen���an agreement which wlll j
make the name of those statesmen
honored in the future history of the
two countries. Future times will
learn with amusement that such ,i
body as the Canadian National League
could ever have existed. It Is the
lirst time In the history of civilization
that ottq gallon ever thought of refusing the open markets of another.
OFFICES
cannot see it. We say it, as clearly
as it may be said, that the friendship
of Canada with the Unite .1 States i.
the Empire's greatest asset: and ws
say that if the government of Canada
had refused the olTer of the United
States for a free exchange of agricul
<*Hiral products, it would have serious-
ry endangered that friendship; would
perhaps have made the arbitration
treaty between Great Britain and the
l'nited States, now happily on the way
to consummation, and which means
so much to both sister countries and
4h_ peace of the world, impossible, at
least for the time being���and that it
would have been a criminal act,
Apart   from   that,   it    woul.l     have
tieeri a very unpatriotic act so far as
Canada   is   concerned,   (or  it   would
have   accelerated   the   discontent     of
the  great     consuming    classes,    and
would inevitably have increased    the
danger of that  cleavage of east    and
-west of which the Canadian National
League and its friends profess to be
aso much  afraid.    Mr.  Lash  and    his
lollowers should remember that    the
Liberal government did reject the offer bf President Taft's government to
remove the tariff barriers altogether
between the two countries.   That wlll
come   when   trade   barriers   shall   he
universally broken down between nation and nation.    We should not    be
surprised if it came under a Conser-
���vatlve  government, as,    finally,    the
free trade  movement  did  in    Great
Britain.    The members of the Canadian National League will live    to he
thankful that they were unsuccessful
In -tnelr bizarre campaign against one
Mann Considering Tenders.
Toronto, May 22.���Sir Donald Mann
was busy thiB morning considering
tenders for the British Columbia contracts where 500 miles through the
mountains' from Port Mann to Edmonton will connect the Pacific coast with
new   transcontineal   system   by
1.14.
TENDERS    WANTED.
Tenders will  be  received  by  P.  O.
Bilodeau until June 1 for the painting
of the outside of the Windsor Hotel.
Full   particulars   can   be   obtained
from P. O. Bidodeau.    The lowest  or
any  tender not necessarily  accepted.
P. O. BILODEAU,
Windsor Hotel.
Dressmaking
.lust received tlie latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses and tailor
made  suits.    Satisfaction  guarantee I.
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
I. O. O. F.
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FUNERAL NOTICE.
OR
HOUSEKEEPING   ROOMS
FACING
Columbia
AND
Sixth Streets
WILL OPEN SOON
Get There First!
APPLY  RENT  DEPARTMENT
DOMINION TRUST CO'Y
PHONE 56.
Store
To Rent
In excellent location.
TO KENT���Two offices In Dominion
Trust Block facing Columbia street,
occupation June 1.
The officers and members of Koyal
City .Lodge, No. 3, I.O.O.F., are requested to meet at the Odd Fellows'
hall today at 1:30 p.m., sharp, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of
the late Bro. Ambrose Clow, of Michigan Lodge No. 1. I. O. O. P., Detroit,
Michigan. Funeral will leave the hall
at 2 p.m. and a funeral service will
be conducted in the lodge room hv
the Kev. Bro. A. deli. Owen, prior to
leaving. Members of Amity Lodge.
No. 27, T. O. O. F, and all visiting brethren aro cordially invited to attend.
W. R. JAYNES, Noble Grand.
D.  E.   MACKENZIE,  Secretary.
List   your   furnished   or   unfurnished rooms and houses with us.
CALL ON
Dominion Trust Co.
'Phone 56. 602 Columbia St.
The American
Hair Dressing
Parlors
Hair   Dressing,   Face   Massage, Scalp
Treatment,  Hair  Shampoo.
618 Seventh Avenue, off Sixth Street.
New Westminster, B. C.
A well groomed personal appearance has an appeal that is almost
universal, and no man can blot
out his "natural appreciation for
harmonious dress.".
Morganfeller may boast  of his
bagged trousers; he can afford to
indulge in many extravagances.
But, when he picks a new employee to carry a message to
Garcia and bring home the business bacon-he gives preference to
the well-dressed man; other things
��� being equal.
Some "New Style Leaders"
Just Opened Up
Prices $ 12.00 to $35.00
See  Our   Windows.
With every $5.00 cash purchase
and over, made at our store today,
we will present a reserved seat
ticket in the grand stand for tomorrows' championship lacrosse
match.
.^s^ivi_iis&^
517 Cofumburst.
The Shop of "Fashion-Craft" TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
TfiE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTVTB.
SPORTS
HOLIDAY TEAM IS
NOT YET SELECTED
CON JONES WILL BRING OVER
8TRONG AGGREGATION, BUT
LOCAL8 WILL BE READY FOR
ANY  8URPRISE   PACKAGE.
Yesterday Manager Welsh was not
iu <i position to announce the line-up
of the Salmon Bellies ln tbe flrst
home game of the season,- scheduled
for Queen? park tomorrow afternoon.
It Is admitted, however, that there
will he few changes from the front
presented against the defunct Leafs,
Limited, two weeks ago.
Vancouver will send a strong team
over, and tbat the game will be class/
and fast is assured. All the latest
eastern stars, with the possible exception of Dot Phelan, who failed to
.how to advantage on Saturday, wlll
be In uniform.
Tbe game will start at three o'clock.
PRIZES PROMISED FOR
RIFLE SHOTS IRIS YEAR
Enthusiasts See Good Season Ahead���
Shoot at Bronsvllle Butts on the
Twenty-fourth.
statement from Alderman Dodd, said
that clerks in the Royal City worked
from seven ln the morning uutll ten
at night.
Alderman Bryson said the mover
of tbe motion would not gain by his
exaggerated announcements about the
long hours worked here. To say that
merchants of Westminster are run
ning sweat shops was not called for
and he (Bryson) would not stand foi
it. He suggested putting the by-law
off for a year. The hardware dealers
had decided to close their stores
every Wednesday, but that arrangement might not be acceptable to
others.
Chairman Johnston asked that before the next meeting the aldermen
should carefully study the whole
question and make Investigations with
a view to finding out the concensus
of opinion on the matter. The merchants should be Interviewed.
"Free the 8lave��."
Alderman Dodd angrily wanted to
know, "Why the merchants ? When
you want to free slaves," he said,
"you do not go to tbe slave owners.
Go to the clerks, the women, the
girls and others who are being sweated by the merchants of this city. The
whole trade of Westminster does not
revolve round Columbia street. There
are other centres which perhaps some
aldermen did not think about."
Alderman Henley: "The whole
thing's rot."
The report was adopted and will
come up for final decision next meet
ing.
Nosevitch Cannot
Remember Shooting
(Continued from Page One.)
for two dollars as he was hard up.
Nosevitch did so and took the revolver to hls room at the Windsor
hotel.
On the morning of the traged)
prisoner-witness said he felt sick.
Shooting pains in his bead and stomach caused him much trouble and at
about six o'clock he remembered ly
lng down on his bed and endeavoring
to sleep. The next thing he knew
was when he found himself In the
Royal Columbian hospital charged
with the crime of shooting.
Cannot Remember Shooting.
"Despite careful and concentrated
thought on the subject," said the
prisoner yesterday, 'I have been absolutely unable to connect any facts
of the occurrence of that awful night.
I remember nothing of what happened
and after tbe chief of pollce had told
me of what happened I tried hard to
think, but every day since then I
have failed to get a connecting llnU
in the whole affair."
Replying to a question put by the
counsel for the crown, prisoner said;
he was a Mason, but ajnember of no
other order or secret society.
Mr. Justice Clement asked him if
he was either an Nihilist or an
Anarchist.
The prisoner failed to catch the
words and Mr. Bole repeated the
query.
Nosevitch quietly replied that the
interpretation put upon these two
words In his country and In the States
and Canada were so verv different
that he would like to flrst know what
counsel's interpretation was. After
learning this, prisoner gave an Interesting talk on the subject which drew
from the judge, the quiet sally, "Mr.
Bole. I am afraid you have gone beyond your depth."
A lengthy letter from a firm which
had employed prisoner ln Washington
Btate was refused a bearing i.y tha
court, crown counsel objecting.
The case for the defence, which
concludes this forenoon, wlll endeavor
to show that prisoner was Insane at
the time he committed the crime and
was therefore not responsible for hi-.i
actions.
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depends our success. We are determined to succeed.
Your
Wants will be supplied from our complete stock.
Trade
With us for photo goods. We can
save you money. We can advise yon
as we know the business.
The Red Cross Phamacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. Cliff Block.
New  Westminster, B.C.
Money to Loan
The Rifle association will hold a
shoot on the l.iownsvlile ranges ou
Wednesday; shooting to commence
sharp at 2 p.m. This was the decision
reached at. a meeting of the executive
committee yesterday afternoon. Al-1
ready quite a number have signified
their intention of spending at least
the latter part of the holiday at the'
butts. J
The committee also arranged for a
series of prizes to be competed for
during the season on lines similar to
that which produced so much Interest
during the season of 1910. A sterling
sliver spoon will be awarded each
week to tbe one having the highest
score for the week; each time a
marksman wins a spoon he receives
a handicap of -��'_ points. Under this
decision Mr. McNeill, with 88 out of
a possible 105 wins the first spoon this
year.
Mrs. V. It. C. Abbott reflects the
interest taken by several ladles by
generously offering a prize to the person making tbe highest individual
score over three ranges during the
season.
Captain J. II. Vidal has again offered a prize of $10 for the man having
th. highest aggregate from Ills best
seven scores duiing the season.
V. II. C. Abbott also has again ofTered a $5 prize for the aggregate of a
shooter's best five scores during the
season. But this prize ls restricted
to tyros, so that new members wlll
not only not be crowded out of the
competition, but may, lf they shoot
well enough, win both "tTfe above
prizes.
The association's treasury will
stand good for a spoon for every
""pcssible" made and for every "100"
or better.
hls  facts   before  proceeding  in    the
manner he was pursuing.
Prisoner then went on the stand
and told what was practically the
story of his lire.
Nosevitch's   Life   History.
Nosevitch, a short, well set man ot
forty-six years of age. spoke in   a low
tone.   He clearly showed that he was
above tbe ordinary Russian Pole, his
command of the English tongue being,
for a foreigner, almost perfect. Rarely did  he  falter for  loss, of a  word
and although be was under a stiff examination at the hands of the judge,
both counsel and members of the jury
he made a favorable impression in a
court    which    listened    with    bated I
breath to every  word that fell  from';
tbe man's lips.
Nosevitch  said  he    was    educated
privately by tutors in his home town
and  had  all   his  life  been    a    deep
reader.    He  was  apprenticed  to  tho
cigar trade, but he wanted to "ruralize" and   came to the  St.TelT    snm.
I twenty years ago.   In the east lie ha!
' worked indoors for a short while, but
the call of the simple life went forth
, und he took  up the study    of   dairy
! farming and the raising of live stock.
i He rapidly  advanced  in   this  calling
j and had charge of extensive creamer-
' Ies In various  big cities,  widely sep-
' arated, travelling from the eastern to
the western seaboards.
Bought   Revolver  from   Friend.
'     His  counsel   brought  him   down  to
1 the buying of the revolver with which
he committed the assault on Hayden.
Nosevitch said that during the political campaign when W. H. Keary waB
| running for  the mayoralty    he    had
I made the acquaintance of an Amerl-
1 can ln this city nnd a few days later
I this  man   had   approached   him   and
I asked  him   to  purchase   the   weapon
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phons 291.
Phones, Office 15 snd 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRE88EO BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
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RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street   , . New Westminster
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GARDEN SPADES, LONO AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN RAKES, STEEL AND MALLABLE.
GARDEN HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
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HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
T.J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Monday, May 22.
At Vancouver���Vancouver 8. Spokane 3.
At Victoria���Portland 12, Victoria
2.
At Seattle���Seattle 3, Tacoma 4.
Gun Shoot in Nanaimo.
The members ot the Westminster
Tiiin club have been circularize- u>'
the Nanaimo Gun dub, which is hold-
lng a big affair in the Coal City tomorrow. Some of the local shots will
probably be crossing over.
Dodd Weeps For
Poor Wage Slaves
iContinued from Page One.)
You Will Burn Anthracite
Coal From Graham Island
British Pacific Coal Co., Ltd.
question of a ship coming into port
at the very hour stores were closing,
Supplies had to be obtained by the
���crews and they could not be blamed
for going to any shop, it did not matter who ran it, as long as they got
what they wanted ln the way of provisions, if shops weie cloBed against
these people, they would go to Vnncouver and this cltv would lose the
money which they always left behind
He was strongly against putting a
string on tho tradesmen of Westminster.
The    clause    was    adopted,    only
Alderman Henley voting against it.
"Sweated  Labor."
A  third clause which  would make
it  compulsory for  all merchants    to
close at least one half day each week |
gave  all  the  aldermen  opportunities
���to join  in the discussion and there
were no exceptions to the responders,
after  Alderman  Dodd  had made  his
initial  talk.    This councillor did not
beat about the bush when he started
off by asserting that _ie labor of the
clerks   in  this   city   was    absolutely
sweated labor.
Alderman Henley took the same
stand that he had ln the previous
clause.
Alderman   Campbell, replying  to  a
The shrewd business man appreciates a proposition in which
he is absolutely certain of making a profit, even 10 per cent.
There are few opportunities
presenting themselves today to
the public which at the same
time embrace the maximum security for the principal invested
and guarantee a profit of a substantial character	
You are offered in the British
Pacific Coal Company shares
held by T. 11. Morrow, trustee,
$15 profit un a $10 cash investment iu le. s than one month.
This is brought about by the
fact that the present issue being offered by the trustee at 35c
the share Is nearly absorbed
and that inside of two or three
weeks' time 35c stock will be
oversubscribed and the next
issue offered to the public at
50c, or an advance of 15c per
share.
Alexander Faulds, one of the
greatest authorities on coal
mining propositions, and a man
who has spent a lifetime in the
development of the coal fields
of North America and Great
Britain, in his report of the
pioperty of the British Pacific
Coal Company, unconditionally
and irretrievably states:
"Your properties are very
valuable, being of adequate
commercial assemblages and
magnitude, and excellently located, with their transportation
facilities, the potentialities of
which, from the estimated quantities of coal they are likely to
contain are very vast, and practically unlimited with depth."
Mr. Faulds assures the company that It has .0,000,000 tons
of coal in one seam alone, there
being six known seams of coal
in the property.
The surface of the property
has only been scratched.
The property is In the heart
ot the coal zone. Depth and development will bring a rich harvest to those who take advantage of this ground flcor offer.
The location of the property
ls on Skidegate Inlet, whicli
is 80 miles from Prince Rupert,
situated on Graham Island the
property fronting on a deep
water harbor, hence excellent
shipping facilities at the lowest
possible rate.
The coal embraces six seams
of anthracite, and one vein carries coal 83 per cent, fixed carbon.    This is at least 20    per
cent, better than the coal on
Vancouver Island, iind in consequence thereof will give to
the British Pacific Coal Company practically the control of
the coal market on the Pacific
Coast, since it costs no more
to mine and transport anthar-
cite than bituminous coal, yet
a ton of anthracite will burn 50
per cent. longer than the average  bituminous  coal.
The shares are non-assessable. When you have paid up
35c a share, a certificate will be
issued setting forth the fact
that your shares are fully paid
up.
There is no time to lose. You
must act promptly if you wish
to get in on this issue.
You know that in a few days*
time the price of the shares will
be 50c a share: and that by buying in today, at the ground floor
price of 35c a share, you participate in an Immediate profit
of 15c on every share- acquired
or $150 profit on 1000 shares.
The terms are 10c per share
cash with application, and the
remainder in three equal
monthly payments.
It is worth your time to call
at the office of T. R. Morrow,
the Trustee, for particulars.
City Acreage for Sale
at $1500 per acre
(Easily subdivided)
W. H. KEARY, Tiwwp��� Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone 6. 520 Columbia street
J
MR. HOMESEEKER
and Mr. Investor!
No. 20. Keary Street, Sapperton, seven roomed modern house on
lot 66x132. Price $2100.00. f300.00 cash and balance on
easy terms.       ���
No. 35. Edinburgh Street, new seven roomed modern house, lot
50x132. Price $3600.00. $600.00 cash and balance on good
terms.
No. 139. Two large lots, within city limits at $250.00 each, on good
terms.
No. 78.     Two flne lots on Toronto Street, at $600 each; good terms.
No. 61. Two lots on Seventh Avenue, near Moody Square, $1000.00
each:  good terips.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW WESTMINSTER ANO SUBURBAN SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
Specials
  For Sale
LOTS ON FOURTH -ST., BETWEEN rlFTH AND 8IXTH
AVENUES $1100.00. $350.00 CASH. BALANCE 6, 12 AND 18
MONTHS.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
NE TEMERE DECREE
EXPLAINED AT LENGTH
INTERESTING     REVIEW    OF     EC
CLESIASTICAL  RULING  WHICH.
IS AGITATING	
VINCES  AT  PRESENT TIME.
I
The Winnipeg Free Press, in a recent issue, gives the following interesting    dissertation    on     the    "Ne
that the marriage of two Romanists XI. of the Ne Temere decree   reads
befoie   a   Protestant   minister   was thus:
legal,    lie gave a very clear and ex-j "The above laws are binding on all
haustive statement of the law upon persons    baptized    in    the    Catholic
this point.      Mr. Justice Torrance in church, and on those who liave been
the case of Burns vs. Fontaine, also converted    to    it    fiom    heresy    or
upheld thc legality of two Komanists. schism  (even when either the latter
There is some doubt, therefore, as to or the former have fallen uway after-
the Judicial interpretation of thc law wards from the church), in ali cases
in this province."                                   | of betrothal or marriage."
Judge Leet   of the Quebec   bench'     That is to say Catho ic. cannot es-
, gave expression   to his view of   the cape from the prohibitions of tho do-
EASTERN  PRO , matter at a meeting held in the Zion tree in any country  where the civil
' Congregational      church,      Montreal, 'aw defers to the ecclesiastical as   it
Asked whether Protestant clergymen does in Quebec.    Two years ago the
had anv authority from the   govern- Archbishop of Montreal issued u pas-
ment  to  perform  marriages   in   the toral, ln which it was declared to  _e
province of Quebec, Judge Leet said the law of the church thut   all   the
that in the Province of Quebec mixed restrictions   and    limitations   of   the
marriares   were   illegal,   unless  per- Papal bull "ne temere" of the same
formed by Catholic priests.     It had year, as to where only and by whom
been so by the ecclesiastical law and only a person was lawfully married,
at one time the ecclesiastical law and were applicable "not only ta the ad-
the 24th
How's your wardrobe
for the 24th ?
Temere" decree         	
The Free Press in discussing the the civil law of the province had been herents of "that church but to all
Ne Temere decree said tho other day I the same thing. The provision still who at any time ln their lives had
that Oueher anneared to occuuv an survived In the civil law of the prov- been members of that church, no
mat que.ee appeared to   occupy an  lnce I matter whether they had  pre*, lonely
exceptional position by virtue of the Repiying to a remark of the chair- renounced its teaching and author-
fact that in that province the civil man that he considered such a condi- ity or not." The law of the church
law takes cognizance of ecclesiasti- tion of afTairs an affront to the Pro-'today apparently is that anyone who
cal law relating to marriage. | testant clergy of the province. Judge  had been by any means baptized or
The Ilebert case, recently decided Leet said that he did not sec it that had ever undergone any sacrament is
ln Montreal, has drawn the attention way, as the Roman Catholic priests so far as marriage is concerned un-
of all Canada to tho anomalous stato i,ud no right, as far as he knew, of der its absolute domination for ever.
of the marriage laws In   that   prov-' marrying Protestants. I If this view should be taken as well
, | by the courts of Quebec, it  will   be
���All marriages' in this province,",'��V .-.___*._!.'r ��tr. *��� *ho so-
savs the Quebec civil code, "are gov- ^,?JT_��� _ h_ I" �� t'^ ?
crned by the religious beliefs of the Quelicc* would be "barrel from con-
contracting parties, and subject to
tho rules established by such churches
and the religious rules of tho
religion   of   the  contracting   parties
ince. On July 14, 1908, Eugene Ilebert and Maria Kmma Clouston, both
Roman Catholics, were married in
Montreal by Hev. William Tlrabor-
Jake, a Methodist clergyman. | They
lived together, one child being born
to  the  union,  until  last   year,  when
trading legal marriage.
thc   husband,   discovering   that,   ac j
cording to the canons of tlie church. I , _,    _. ,. .   _   .
he   was   not   married    su'.milled   tho' Apparently, therefore, if a Protestant
case to the church authoiities.   Arch-j l'h,"lh  declares  mixed  marriages   1-
bishop  Bruchesi  thereupon  issued   a   le��al* the clvil law of ��,lebe<' ?'m'H
decree   declaring   thc   marriage   null, recognize and enforce the prohibition
and void.   Tho hushand then petition-1 ���assuming that the law ls as inter-
ed the civil courts for a dissolution of   I,ieled ^ JudBe   Laurendeaii.      The
tlie marriage; and this was   granted, law ,i8*  technically,  Impartial   In  its   t      h     attention   of   narliament   on
by Judge I.auren.eau.   His Judgment I e.ual recognition of al religious de-   ��}D\.��J�����^wW��5S ad
___. ���_ mi.���.. | nominations;   in actual operation, of  �����____.\ *2��j���*��__��.���   ���*
Under the British Noith Ame;lea'
Act, matters relating to the solemnization of marriage come within the
exclusive Jurisdiction of the province.
whlch also have full control or property and civil rights. The circumstances
as tliey exist in the Province of Quebec, by virtue of the enforcement of
the Ne Temere decree, were brought
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"I'nder certain circumstances   marriages in the Hornan Catholic church,
not  made  by  the   proper   cure, are   .       . . .        , , , _..    .....���_._..,������ ���,
forbidden by the laws and rules   of,"/ of *���*'"af^ wht�� Performed by a  of   Canada ?_sil.    Alan    Av,esworth
the Roman Catholic church, to which  clerpyman of���a��y je5��Pnizf^_f^1!'^^-   made this reply:    Under the Britisii
course, it gives the Roman Catholic d,e8Sed a t8er,��8 of Question to the
church very special privileges since f.overn .Y:nt' To one ,of tneBe 1ue**
 ._-.. __.,,.���_ ,...--'.--- "... ������iu.  tions��� Does not marriage come
no other church questions the valid
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der the Jurisdiction of the parliament
both parties to this marriage belong.
Rev. Timberlake had no right as a
priest to contract a marriage between
Catholics, he being a Protestant.
Therefore the marriage made on July
14 between Kugene Ilebert and Marie
Emma Clouston Is declared null and
void as to civil rights as the plaintiff
is well founded in his demand that
this marriage be annulled."
There is some doul f as to whether
this is really the law; and an appeal
to the Privy Council would have been
taken had the wife been willing to
agree to this course. Mrs. Hebert
had been, however, a consenting
party to the . ..nulment   proceedings,
In the case of a mixed marriage celebrated  by   a   Protestant   clergyman,
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North America  Act,  the   subject   of j
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very    extraordinary   situations   ..._.,   t0   w|)ich  pariiament   may   leglslat.,1
arise.       The     Catholic     participant   but  everything  relating  to  the   sol-1
would not be married in the eyes of   emnization of marriage  in  the   pro-1
his church:  and therefore would   noi| vlnces is within the exclusive powers
be  married   in  the   opinion   of   the  of the provlnciai  legislatures."    Col.
,.....,*.. II..*        ,.,__f       ,.l.r.,,t *__. T>rra-       ��� . .... .. j      .
Hughes also asked if it was the intention of the government to enact a
Dominion of Canada marriage law or
to make it a criminal offence and to
prescribe punishment for any person
to promulgate any dogma or rule of
any ecclesiastic organization castin;;
doubt upon the validity of  any mar-
courts. But what about the Protestant member of the union, whose
marriage would be regarded as legal
by the church of which he (or she)
was a member? Would the marriage
be valid for one and invalid for the
other?
The law of Quebec, as interpreted  riage performed by any official'recog-1
by the church (and presumably by the, nized   as   entitled   to   perform   mar-!
and no appeal i .uld be lodged in her| courts) puts parties who though born j rlages.    The   minister's   reply   was:
name.      Bishop   Farthing   discussing   Into   the   Catholic   church,   are   no   "Such legislation would seem not com-1
this case in the Anglican   Cathedral, j longer in common with it   in an ex-j pctent for the parliament of Canada."
Montreal, April 16, said:                        traordlnary position.    There are con- j The    government    was    also    asked
"Ther" '"* " _*_�������- a...*.* ..  *. .*..' ~i_��� *.,.   .    _#  ._ ...   ��_   _..    ,
proper
this  pr
March,   	
in  the  Delpit   case,  gave   judgment  mlt themselves to the church.  Clause'
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(Continued on Page Seven.)
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E. C. TRAVES, 2ND VICE-PRES., MRG. P. BURNS & CO., LTD., NEW   WESTMINSTER.
In the PLUMB CENTRE of the PROVEN OIL BASIN and surrounded by Producing Wells.
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Last year's consumption of oil was 340,600,000 BARRELS.   In 1915 you will have to multiply this 100 times.
The big oil corporations, Standard, Imperial, American Petroleum, Reed Crude, United Petroleum,
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The Alaska Oil Fields' (Limited) Oil is worth $2.00 to $3.00 per barrel.
200,000 Shares are being offered at 25c. per share of $1.00 each fully paid to enable this property to be quickly developed.
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���These ,��.... aim b. kept open on S.,���rde. a.ter.c... t... 5 . ...eM.d .,.���V���_to, ,rom 7 ����� 9'.^c"��� TUESDAY, MAY _., 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
eon, ot Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast sid.
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 8o chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
i Bert Warren, Agent
���   Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
^occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thence
oast 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence tollowlng
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chalnB
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April Gth, 1911.
NO MORE GRAY HAIR
It is easier to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore it, although
lt   is   possible   to   do   both.     Our
frandmothers understood the secret.
'hey made and used a "sage tea,"
end their dark, glossy hair long
after   middle  life   was  due  to  this
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-I
TRICT���District of New Westmin-1
ster, B.  C.���Take notice that  Harry j
Tlnn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe tollowlng    des-j
crlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at ai __,._  _..,,,���    ,,, A
point on the westerly shore of Green i gjf ffmothe. s Ya^ gray hair,
lake, which point is situate about | before they are fifty, but they are be-
sl.ty (60) chains south-westerly from' ginning to appreciate the wisdom of
the northerly end of the said Green! our grandmothers ln using "sage tea"
lake, thenco west 40 chains, thence! *w their hair, and are fast following
south 40 cbalns, thence east 40 chains! eult-
more or less to the shore of Green Tne Present generation has the ad-
iake, thence northerly following the! vantage of the past in that it can get
shore of Gren lake to the point   off | *   re*.y  *?  Me  KWSS?0   *��?
' Wyeth's   Sage   nnd   Sulphur   Hair
Ne Temere Decree I
Explained At Length
(Continued from Page Six.)
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman,  Intend  to apply  for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing at  a
post planted at the southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains to point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert  Warren, Atent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-1
tlon  carpenter,  Intend  to apply    ior
permission to purchase the fol:owlngj
described lands:    Commencing at   a
post  planted  10 chains north of the
Southeast corner of lot   111,   thence-
east 60 chains, thence soutb .0 chains,
t in in i- west GO chains, thence north
60 chains, containing 300 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,        j
Boone Kerlin, Agent, j
Dated April 13th, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing at  ni
post planted at the southwest corner'
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west!
40  cliuius,  thence  north    Go  chains,
thenoe east GO chains, thence soutli
���I"   chains,  thence  east    20    chains,'
thence  south   40    chains,  containing
48u acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,    I
i Uoone Kerlin, Agent
Dated   April   16th,   1911.
commencement, containing one   hundred and sixty  (1G0)  acres more or
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated April  22,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, Intends to imply for permission to purchase tbe
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two cbalns north of tbe
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of tbe north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less,
���     MBS; CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March  28, 1911.
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restorer, this preparation is vastly
superior to the ordinary "sage tea"
made by our grandmothers.
This remedy ls sold under guarantee that the money wlll be refunded
if lt fails to do exactly as represented.
This preparation ls offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle and ls
recommended and sold by
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LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
B.C.
NOTICE   TO   CITY   ARCHITECTS.
Wanted, an  architect  for  the  sea-
Take notice that 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 that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly ,
lng and being In the District of New]
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 59, subdivision of .Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through .r
under you and  all persons   clalmln.j
any Interest in the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered   instrument,!   -   ��� /
and all persons claiming any interest! rp the east half of suburban lot 55,
in the said land by descent, whose, block 5 (except the roadway), in
title Is not registered under the pro- tne city of New Westminster. ,
visions of the "Land Registry Act," WhereaB proof of the loss of cer-
are required to contest the claim ofltinCate of title number 335_A, issued
the tax purchaser within forty-five I Jn tne name of Mttry B< vvilllams, has
days from the date of the service of | ^een flieci i- this office,
this notice upon you, and in default ofj Notice is hereby given that I sha'l,
a careat or certltlcate of lis pendensiat tne eXpi.ation of one month from
being Hied within such period, or iu|tne date of the flrgt publication here-
default of redemption before registr.i-1 of ln a daily newspaper published in
tion, you and each of you will be for- the city or xew Westminster, issue a
ever estopped an.l debarred from set-1 ^upiu-ate of the said certificate, unless
ting up any claim to or in respect of;in the meantime valid objection be
the said land, and 1 shall register Ed-| mtLde to me in writing
win John  Bond  as owner thereof in
decree, and  also whether legislation
would be enacted compelling alimony
io the woman where the man had left |
ber, under the ecclesiastical dogma of
auy church.    The reply of tbe minis-1
ter of Justice  was that   these   que_-j
tlons    affected    property    and    civil
rights and were, therefore, "matters!
for tbe exclusive consideration of tbe
provincial authorities."
Sir Alan Aylesworth's eminence as
a lawyer makes lt extremely proba-
hie tbat his Interpretation of the law,
ls correct. There are, however, law ���
yers who deem tbe Dominion parliament less Impotent than Sir Alan
thinks. Henry Aylen, K. C, of Ot
tawa, ln a letter to the Montreal
Gazette, says:
"When, at Confederation, the power of dealing with marriage   and divorce was assigned to the Dominion
parliament,   lt   waB   well   understood
; that  marriage   and  divorce  Included j
I all matters relating to the status   of
' marriage  and   between  what  parties
| and    under   what    circumstances   it
shall he created, and lf at all destroyed.   It would, therefore, seem evident
I that parliament, dealing with the capacity to contract a marriage, could
legally declare that a defference   between consorts regarding religion has
not been and shall not be a bar to
valid marriage, and that parties holding different religious views may freely marry one another just as parliament by chapter 105 of the   Revised
Statutes of Canada has permitted a
widower  to  marry  the sister of his
deceased    wife.     It   bas   frequently
been held that the Dominion   parliament could confer on courts created
by Its legislation and exclusive  jurisdiction   to  adjudicate   upon   matters 1
over    which    such    parliament    was
given'    power   to   legislate    by   the
B. N. A. Act; and hence Buch parlia-
ment might assign to a federal court,
��� say, the Exchequer Court, the exclu-1
son's work by the  Board of    School  glve ^wer l0 anIlui a marrlage
Trustees.    State experience in school ���
architecture.     Applications    received
until the 24th inst.
R. LENNIE, Secretary.
Dress is Important
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangert
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of!
Coast���Take  notice  that   I,   Agnes I
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married  woman,  Intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing at  a
post planted at the northeast corner'
of  lot  380,  thence  west  80    chains,;
thence north  80  chains, thence east
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chains,
thence east 40  chains,  thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April lfith, 1911. I
COAST    LAND    DISTRICT���District j
of Coast���Take notice that I, George j
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, oc-1
cupation real estate, Intends to apply
for  permission to  purchase the    fol-1
lowing described lands:  Commencing!
at a post planted southeast corner of j
T. L. 31792, thence north 80 chains,:
thence east 80 chains, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Dated April lGth, 1911.
fee. And I hereby order that publics-1
tion of this notice for thirty days In
a daily newspaper published in New i
Westminster will be good and suf-j
liclent service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,)
New   Westminster,   Province  of   British   Columbia, this   8th day of May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davles Estate.
        C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 74.,
excepted the southerly 12  feet bere-, .   _, ,_--. . ��� -    __
tofore  conveyed,  ln  the   district   ol|^*^*   ��_f  *�� im���edlm_te   ,_*m"e-
A correspondent of the Montreal
Herald quotes from Lefroy's "Legislative Power in Canada" these passages bearing on this very point:
1. "Marriage and Divorce" are Bub-
Jects attributed by the B. N. A. Act toj
the Dominion Parliament. (Section-
91).
2. "The    Solemnization    of    Mai-!
riage" is attributed   by the B. N. A.
Act   to   the    Provincial   legislatures.'
(Section 92).
3. "The exact meaning of the two
clauses was explicity set forth (ini
writing) at the time of the making of
that act, and it was agreed as then
stated by Sir Hector Langevin that
the Dominion has the sole power of:
declaring what marriages are valid
and what are not. The provinces
have only the right to settle the formalities (which must be sucb as not to
interfere with the Dominion's power).
Such are the essential facts of the
situation fn Quebec as the Free Pre.s
has collated them. We set them forth j
at this great length because this is ..
matter of extreme consequence upon
which the public should be informed. |
It is certain  to  be  one of   the
QO intimate is the relation between a man
and his clothes that it
may be said without exaggeration that the question of dress is one
of the most important
problems of life. The far
reaching effect of becoming garb is undeniable. The 20th Century
Brand bench - tailored
garments are made with
a full appreciation of
the full importance of
the undertaking and
they reflect the care
which the makers take
in their production.
Century  Brand
SPRING SU1T5, $18 to $35
The man of moderate means finds them true
economy���the rich can wear no better.
M. J. Phillips
I
671
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD^ G- Gardiner,     a. l. mercer
New Westminster, ^^^^^^^^^^^
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title number 11690F. Issued
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
big'8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent ot-\
Comment. In view of the space taken , ..      _.,,,-. .        _-..,       _
up by our citations of authorities and i ,lce' mair* Clgar 8t0re' 0,flce pnone
references, must be postponed; but it!1, 508�� Residence phone 601.
i"nThe"name'o. "Joseph Campbell, baal may���be 8aldV ln, Posing, that if it be; 	
been filed in this office found upon further examination, that ._ _. /.   1   1       .���
Notice is hereby Ten ihat I shall. I ^_*__?S_ ��*��_? JKL __*__ ! May     D&Y      Cele_M.atlOIl
Gardiner, Mercer * Gardiner,
M��    Sa     A*
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER    TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WOMEN   OUTLIVE   MEN.
��� _., __ id u. , at the expiration of one month from ; t0 deic,are th,e. conditions which make
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30 Ithe date of the first publication here- &^??J*% a ca8e��� hHas b,fn Tde
to GO Inclusive, being subdivisions' of, in a dally newspaper published in>out for im��>_diate and drastic action,
of the south half   of   section    18, j the City of New Westminster, issue a
township 2, New Westminster dis-1 duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
trlct. j less in  the meantime vald objection
A certificate of Indefeasible title to   be made to me ln writing.
the above property will be Issued t.o| C.  S.  KEITH.,
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day j District Registrar of Titles.
of June, 1911, unless In the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to j minster, B. C, May 2, 1.11.
me in writing by a person or persons j
claiming au estate or interest there
NOTICE.
Statistics
Show Their i
The May Day committee, wishing
to completely wind up the affairs of
the celebration at their next meeting,
in, or iu any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry    Office,   New Westminster, B. C, May Iti, 1911.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah i
Huehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa- i
��� ion   spinster,   Intends   to  apply    for ]
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing at al
post   planted at  the southeast corner!
���of T. L. 317512, thence west 80 chains,!
tbence south  80 chains, tlience    east'
.0 chains, thence north 80 chains to:
point    of commencement,   containing
640 ncres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent. I
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of,
Coast���Take   notice   that   I,   James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation  broker,    intends   to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:  Commencing  at a  post  planted   at the northwest corner of  the Green  Point  In-1
dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence north  80  cbalns, thence east
40 chains, thence    south 80    chains,
containing 320 ncres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, J.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London,England, Clerk ln Holy Orders.lntends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the N. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence west 40 chain3,
thence north 40 chnlns to ro'.nt of
commencement, containing 1G0 acres
��� more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
The person or persons bavlng    li
tlieir  custody  or  possession   the   fol
lowing title d
property are     ^^^^^
same to the undersigned
(a) 13th March, 1895.    Grant from
tho crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance  in  feo  from   Far-
quhar.Mcltae to Benjamin Stcenson
(c) 15th  August.  1901.    Benjamin
Stevenson  to  J.  D.   Buchanan.    Con-
^^^^^   of    Longevity ^^^^^^^^
Greater Age. |
New York,    Mav 81.���Women    live'
nm        v        ro longer than men, according to statis-! desire all accounts against them pre-
i^..   o   _     ��.. oMin'i,e*   \Vest-   tics  ln  the com,)arative  longevity  of  sented on or before Wednesday even-
ibe  sexes,    prepared    by    Dr.  L.  H.  ingj May 24th, 1911, addressed to the
Stewart, of Lawtton. Okla., for a New
York  medical  organization.    The  investigator finds that according to the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  census returns there are 4000 centen-
Complalnts having been made that arlans    in    this country,    of    whom
damage   has  been  done  by   boys    to  2500 are women,
property by the uBe of sling shots ori
catapults.     Notice   is   hereby    given |
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
May Day Committee,
City.
P. O.  Box 311,
This afternoon a meeting of the W.
that   anyone  found   committing  such  c. T. U. will be held in Queens avenue
eels relTtiug to the said I damaBe to public or private property I church for the purpose of hearing the
requested to deliver theM�� be ^T^tWoan rifv riorlr ! yfa,'ly, re"ort   a"a   �������*��������   ne��
,,___._i-___ W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,  office bearers.    The session convenes
at three o'clock.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Cement Sidewalks.
The corporation  Invite tenders for
veyance in fee under power of Bale I tt, jaying'of" approximately five mile��
contained in mortgage. I of cement sidewalks on the following
(d)    21st March, 1902.    Conveyance; Btrertg.
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benja-j     si'xth Ave   Kighth to Tenth gt8
mln Stevenson. Fifth Ave    Eluhth to Tenth _t .
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN-      sl" Andrew.  St!.Ush..i   to  Tenth
BTONj 1 eta
Solicitors for Applicant. j     ^OIlrth Avc    EI_hth to Teinh gts
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT. ���'l,!e" Jft&tt*** ^\SiB-
                              I      . enth   St.,  1 hud  to   Sixth   Aves.
.....   ,. I  . ...  ,,    ,   ���,. ���     .   !     Ninth  St, Third  to Sixth Aves.
Re north half of lot 34, blo;'k "U,   suV      j
division   of   lot   30,    group    2,    nt  Ave
map   712,   in   tho
Boundary   Bay-
district of New Westminster,
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 9410F, issued
in the name of    Arthur   -de    Brissac
Owen, has been fl'.ed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication her. ���
of, in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue ti
duplicate of the sail certl .cate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,    New  Westminster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
Plana, specifications and further Information may be obtained from the
office of the City Engineer, City Hal'.
Tenders to be deposited with    tho
undersigned by 6 o'clock p.m. on Mon- j
day, May 29th, 1911.
W.  A. DUNCAN,  City Clerk.
May 16th, 1911.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m.,
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the construction of a Public Buildiuy, Cranbrook, B. C.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Plans, specification and form of con-
, .... .__...____._ ,    . 'tract can  be  _een and  forms of ten-
SEALED TENDERS, marked on en-  (k,r obtalned at tlle offices of Mr Wra
velopc "Tender for construction ol HenderBOn, Resident Architect, Vic-
Nelson. B. C. Ritle Range and ad- t0I.ia_ u c at the post ()ffk._ Cran.
dressed to the Dire.tor of Contracts, b|ook and at this Department.
Department or Militia & Defence, Ot- person8 tendering are notified that
tawa, will be received until noon, the teml,,r8 wl!l not i,e considered unless
15th June, for tlu construction of a mai1e on the printed forms supplied,
Ritle Range at Nelson, B. C. alld Ei_-ed with tnei_ actual slgn;l.
Plans and specifications may be ture8> stating their occupations and
seen and lull information^obtained at piares of residence.     In the case of
the  actual  signature, the   na-
^ the occupation and place ot
toria, B. C, the Director of Engineer residence of each member of the firm
Services,   Headquarters,   Ottawa   and mu8t be given.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Victoria Day
FARE and
One-Third
FOR ROUND TRIP
Good going May 21 to 24, returning
until May 26.
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.
s'lnth  St., Third  to Sixth Aves. r���" "' " ,-L" A" ,7.Z nff.��� ���- rv_n ���,
.OUrth   St.,  Columbia  St.  to  Sixth   the �����������*   he Dist ^Officer Com-    irms   tl
manding Military District No. 11, vie-   ture of
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson.  B. C. |
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender, pay-
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p o.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tender-
Por Up-to-date
RINTING
P
able to the order of the   Honourable lng decline to enter Into a contract
I the Minister of Militia and Defence. when called upon to do so, or fail  to
[which amount will be forfeited If the complete the work contracted for.   lf
party tendering decline to enter into tne tender be not accepted the cheque
a contract or fail to complete it ln ac- wm b. returned.
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
cordance with the tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy  Minister  of  Militia   and  Defense.
Ottawa. May 8, 1911.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any ten
der.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public   Works. Ottawa. May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers will  not be paid  for
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
(Newspapers will not be paid it this advertisement if they insert it
they insert this advertisement with- without authority from the Depart-
out authority from the Department),    ment).
VANCOUVER  TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m..  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Vlctorta
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, April 4, 16, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
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:
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver.
i
.
1
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*��swr *��**-__*���
PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.        -\
City News
After having gone carefully into the merits of different kinds
of mowers, we finally decided
to offer to our customers the
"Coldwell" lawn mowers. Theso
mowers combine simplicity,
durability and economy.
Call and let us demonstrate to
you.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
There will be no issue of the Dally i    Serious developments in  the  case
News tomorrow, May _4 being a pub-  of Leo Greenwood, the youth who wa_
1 mysteriously shot several months ago,
have taken place within the past two
weeks.   In order to save   the   boy's |
Flags and
Bunting for
Victoria Day
OTJfi.SMI
y^ i
|-___. t/^ri'T_E7O  I
Coronation
Flags and
Banting
lie holiday. \
Take In the excursion to White
Rock on Empire Day and buy a lot In
"Vldal's Addition" while they are
available.    See page 3. **
i The tehders sent ln by the Hlntoa
Electrical Company and the Canadian
General Electrical company have
been accepted by the city for supplies
fot Westminster.
Spend Empire Day at White Rock
and pick out your summer home In
Vldal's subdivision, close to the G. N.
R. station.   See page 3. ������
Rev. T. W. Gladstone leaves today
for Victoria, after spending a few
dayS visiting in this city.
If yon want a good square meal for|
25c visit the Lytton dining room. **
Abundance cf soring w*ter In
Vldal's new White Rock subdivision.
See page 3.
The general delivery and stamp
wickets in the city post office will be
open only from noon to 1 p.m. to
morrow.
All G. N. Rv. trains stop at White
Rock, at "Vldal's Addition." See
page 3. **
If you want a good square meal fo.- j
25c visit the Lytton dining room. ���*
Miss Clay, of Burnaby, was thrown
out of  a buggy  yesteiday  afternoon
when her ."rHe    shied   and    bolted
The unfortunate    lady
broken leg.
paralized limb and withering hand, he
wlll be sent to a specialist in New
York. Including medical fees and
railway fares, the bill to be footed
wlll be $500. At last night's meeting
of the councll the suggestion from
the mayor that the civic fathers grant
$100 was adopted, the remainder of
the sum necessary to be privately
subscribed.
The Public
Supply Stores
Biscuits
A Clearance of Waists
at Big Reductions
Regular Values to $1.50
Special Sale, each 95c.
Women's Tailored and Lingerie Waists
in lawns, vestings and fancy ginghams,
laundered and soft collar and cuffs,
pleated front, Gibson and Peter Pan
styles, all sizes. This splendid assortment is priced to clear. If you would
share in these values, get here early.
Remember the price, only, each 95c.
We have just re-
u7tained; | ceived a shipment
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your flrst thought "la that my home
en flre." Why worry; take out a pol
ley In on. of tha quick settlement
companies which I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
Agents for
KODAKS and
Return   ticket   to  White   Rock   fon_..p
if Ol
yourself and wife on Empire Day
you  buy a lot in "Vidal's Addition.'
See page 3. **
If you want a good square meal for
25c visit the Lytton dining room. *���
White Rock is the ideal place for a
summer camp. Spend Wednesday
there.   You'll like it. *���
Women's Underwear
Values of Interest
The tag day planned by tho
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital for Wednesday has
been postponed to a date to be set.
The absence from the city of a large
number of young ladles who were to
sell the badges is the reason given
for the,change. The tag day will
probably be held early in June.
If you  want  to  really enjoy your
holiday on the Twenty-fourth go    to
ilte Rock, the   ideal    summer   re-
| Smith's Biscuits
(Home product), in
plain and fancy
lines. The price is
right and we recommend that you
try them.
Whit.
sort.,
A. S. Mills & Co., gents' furnishing
store, are giving away grand stand
tickets for fhe first lacrosse match
with every five dollar purchase. Get
your ticket today. **
Women's House Dresses
Big Specials, $1.50 each
,_
<e
In order to have all the fects placed
\ before him, Captain  Pittendrigh  yes-
1 terday ordered tbc inquest on George
I Wilson, whose body  was    found    on
Sunday, to lie over until a date to be
��l�� TY_ll__l��   TITC   afterward decided    upon.    The inter-
^%l J r^f^l  .1 _t,J_l   ment will take piano this morning In
*******   *   *-**-,*^|the  Church of  Kngland cemetery.
EASTMAN
List Prices
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Pbone  .3: 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 OUR WINDOW
MIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
2fcw Westminster. B.C.
The lacrosse match on the 24th of
May wiil be a stunner. Don't mis.
it.. ��*
Just round the corner froip the old
stand, up Begbie street, there you
will find Aitchison. the tailor.       **
Ambrose Clow, father of Charles H.
Clow, architect, of this city, died yesterday at.his ranch iu Surrey, at tha
age of X2. Iu addition to his son, deceased leaves a sister, who lived with
him, to.mourn his loss. The funeral
will be held today under the auspices
of Hoyal City lodf-e, Xo. .'!, I. U. O. I*', j
The late Mr. Clow had lived in this'
district for many years.
With every cash purchase of five'
dollars* at.-the store of A. S. Mills &,
Co., a free ticket will be given to the
grand  stand  for  the  first champion-1
ship lacrosse match, May 21.        **     i
Diamond's barber shop h.s now re-1
moved from corner o!' Columbia street ji
and Begbie, to iieg'jie street, next to;
Hotel Russell. **      |
GMinon's cigar store has removed!
to Begbie street, four doo.s abo>e Co-1
lumbia street. ��*    i
Dance!    Dance!    Dance!      Eagles'I
Hall,  May 24.    Kusbton's   Orchestra;
Tommy   Breen   floor  manager.      Admission $1.00, ladles free. **    '
Your   opportunity    now���A    client
wants to borrow $7500 lor three years.
The security is ample and the rate o'|
interest   worth  investigating.     W.   F.|
Kdmonds, loan specialist. Ox. Colum*
bia street. **
The photographs taken of tho!
crowning of the May Queen and other!
Remember the
Place
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Women's fine ribbed cotton vest; long, short and DO
sleeve styles; splendid summer weights. Extra
values, each   2c
Women's extra fine quality ribbed cotton vest and
drawers; vest in long, short and no sleeve styles;
drawers knee length; trimmed with lace; both
styles.    Extra special, each   35c
Corset Covers
Beautiful New Styles
Women's fine cambric corset cover; front trimmed
with two rows of insertion; with fancy embroidery,
finished at neck with lace and insertion. Price,
each $1*25
Corset cover of fine Nainsook;''beautifully inserted
in Maltese lace, and embroidered designs; flnis'"��-i
at top with laci beading to match.   Price, each $2.00
Hand embroidered Tndian lawn corset cover; handsome finished front; scalloped neck and around aim
hole: finished with tape at waist; this is a benutv.
Price, each    *2-50
An extensive range of styles and
and white, blue and white, and
stripes, black   and  blue  grounds
and dot; regular values to $2.25.
colors; in black
pink and whlto
with small  figure
Princess Slips
At Economy Prices
Women's princess slip made of- fine cambric; with
lawn ruffle, e-ged with tore.ion lace: neck and arm
holes trimmed with torchon lace and insertion; deep
dust frill at bottom.    Special  values, each $2.00
Fine nainsook princess slip; dust ruffl e of fine
lawn; trimme- with three rows insertion and clustered tucking; waist with insertion lace trimmin-r.
Price, each    *3*����
Hosiery Sample
At Savins Prices
Buy hosiery now lf you would save from 25 to 50
per cent.; big assortment of weights; in cotton,
lisle,   cashmere and silks.   See these big values.
Ladies,
Attention!
, WE ape the new tailors that have
tepened 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.
scenes In the procession and In
Queens park are on sale toiay in all
the local stores.   Don't be late.     *���
Reserved seats    now    on   sale   at||
Ryall'B for the lacrosse n_3tch, West-!
minster vs. Vancouver, May _4th, atj
Queens park. **
As a result of an acciJent cause:!
by  the  carelessness  of  a  ypunjjstor I
who threw his lacrosse hall at a horso
ridden by Mrs. P. C. Cook last Thurn-j
day, tlie Snimal died yesterday morning.    Frightened     by  the    ball,    the.
horse threw its rider and broke away,
finally collapsing and so Beverly injuring itself that death ensued.
Alderman Lynch's motion that tho
Cotsworth repoit, as amended, bj
finally accepted and flie same publicity given to It as was accorded tj
the original lengthy document, waa
adopted at the council meeting last
evening.
URGE MOURN HOUSE
AND   TWO   LOTS
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
qnt*m
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
i*.Ttt\d__3_ Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
For Stewart    Thursdays
For Priijce Rupert Mondays and Thursday.
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 for all points east, including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston.
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527   Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
No man can hope for advancement without training.
The World wants trained men and women���won't
have any other kind.
Go Into Training!
When the training is in the hands of the
Modern Business School
a lot of time is saved and great results accomplished
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
New Arrivals _fe.Ss|o,,,e
Water Glass for Preserving Eggs.     Moth Camphor.
Lavender Perfume, 25c. a pound.
UntUSMED
im-wcm1!
F. J. Hart & CO., ltd.   RyaWs Drugstore
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE
EVES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
t   'PHONE 57 ' WE8TMINSTER TRU8T BLOCK.
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