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LITE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THUHi DAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1911.
PRICE FIVE GENTA
PHARMACEUTISTS
IN ANNUAL SESSION
BU8INES8 MEETING8 IN ROYAL
CITY���DINNER TO DELEGATES
INTRODUCES MANY INTERESTING TOA8TS.
Yesterday the B. C. Pharmaceutical
association celebrated Ita majority,
and fittingly held a day's conference,
sight-seeing, and banquet in thia city
where tbe "father" of the organization
still practices ln the person of D. 8.
Curtis.
The gathering waa a large one ani
representatives came from far distant points of the province to Join
in tbe business of the day.
At the yearly general meeting In
the early part of the day, which was
held in the I. O. O. F. hall, Eighth
Btreet, the.officers were elected as
follows: President, John Cochrane,
Victoria; vice-president, J. L. White,
Greenwood; secretary-treasurer and
registrar, Jamea W. Brown, Vancouver; eounell, Messrs. K. It. Burns, E.
8. Knowlton, J. H. Emery and F. J.
MacKenzie.
At the concluaion of tbe conference
the local representatives of the society invited the delegates, and tbeir
wives to a trip by B. C. E. R. special
cars to Huntingdon where a pleasant
hour was spent.
Annual   Dinner.
The company, which numbered over
sixty, returned .to the Hoyal City at
nine o'clock and half an hour later
sat down to the annual banquet in
tbe Kussell hotel, which was ably
presided over by the newly elected
president. The toast list was a heavy
one, and the happy proceedings did
not terminate until an early hour i
this morning. j
The Hon. Dr. Young, acting prem I
ier. His Honor Judge Howay and'
Mayor Lee wrote apologies for their,
enforced absence, while telegrams of
congratulation u;.on the celebration
of the twenty-fir?t anniversary of the1
society    were    received    from    tlje
TRADES COUNCIL
AND STORE HOURS
ALDERMAN DODD FINDS CONDITIONS STILL REQUIRE AMENDMENT���FAIR WAGES CLAUSE-
NOMINATION OF OFFICERS.
A number of new delegates were
welcomed laat evening at tbe monthly meeting of tbe Trades and Labor
eounell, Including Alderman Campbell on behalf of the millworkera. Tbe
alderman took tbe opportunity of
thanking hla labor friends tor aaalsi
ance in tbe municipal election.
Alderman Dodd presided over a
large attendance.
Adopting a resolution requesting
the organization committee to at
tempt tbe organization of tbe retail
clerks and girl employees ln business
houses, Alderman Dodd said there
was not quite tbe same sense of satisfaction about conditions, which soma
of the aldermen bad contended ln tho
council chamber. Some were working from ten to fourteen hours a
day, with wages as low aa $2.50,
while certain so-called apprentices received only $1.75 per week.
The labor representatives on tbe
city council were asked to secure the
enforcement of the provincial law
regulating shops.
Tbe were also desired to look into an allegation that tbe men engaged
on the harbor survey were working
overtime, under very hush conditions.
Fair Wages Clause.
Very little was said about tbe
Vancouver strike, but action was
taken against the Vancouver News-
Advertiser and Province as being
'"unfair," and tbey were ordered to
be boycotted by organized labor.
A resolution was passed that the
school trustees should be interviewed
by a committee regarding the inclu:;-'
ion of a fair wages clause in con
tracts, such as Trustee Stoney advo
cated.
A'^.erman  Campbell  reported    that,
the bartenders would be given means
to   identify   persons   on   tbe   Siwash
NOVA SCOTIA REMAINS TRUE
TO LIBERALISM ONCE MORE
Government of Premier Murrey Again Sustained by Handsome Majority���Three Ministers   Lose  Their  Seats
���Opposition Leader Tanner Returned In Pictou.
Halifax,  June  15.���Premier G.  H.   narkable for tbe lack of Issues   in-
Murray appealed for the fourth time1 v��Ived-    Tho  opposition glorified ln
tbe fact that  lt bad  neither leade.
successfully to tbe electors of Nova
nor a definite policy. It was reduced
Scotia yesterday for their support,' to the ��i0gan "It'a time for a change.'
and returr ��� at midnight assure his' Tke government appealed to tbe coun-
return by a slightly decreased ma-1 try on its record of almost a genera-
Jority. He has been premier of the tlon, and the reciprocity agreement
Atlantic province siuce July, 1896
when he succeeded Hon. W. 8. Fielding, now federal minister of finance,
who bad been for twelve years premier before bim. Even before that
tbere had been two yeara of Liberal
con
played but a small part In the
teat.
The government carried 27 of tbe
38 seats in tbe bouse.   Halifax elected
three Liberals. Hon. G. E. Faulkner,
, R. E. Finn and F. J. Logan. Their
administration In, Nova Scotia, so, highest majority was 1050 and the
that tbe Liberals have been in office lowest 705. Cape Breton elected two
continuously for twenty-nine yeara.; Conservatives, half the number an-
Since lA��7, when Confederation re- tlclpatel by the opposition,
moved Sir Charles Tupper to Ottawa, A notable feature of the election
there has been a break ot only four was the defeat of three of the mln-
years In Liberal ministries. istfers, Hon. C. P. Chisholm, minister
Mr. Murray has had a very able of works and mines, in Antigonish,
lieutenant in Hon. A. K. McLean, at- and honorary ministers B. F. Pear-
torney general, wbo foresaok federal' soi In Colchester, and Dr. Le Blanc
politics in 1907 to enter his cabinet.   In Yarmouth.
Mr. McLean ia regarded as his sac- Premier Murray bas a large ma-
cessor ln the leadership of tbe pro- Jority in Victoria, and bis running
vlnclal party. j mate, A. A. Buchanan, who came in
The main struggle centred about at a by-election in 1909, bas also a
the island of Cape Breton.    On    the' big lead.
mainland the warmest fights were Inj Tbe opposition in the last house
Hants, Colchester, Cumberland and' numbered flve, and have now in-
Pictou counties. Much was made ot j creased to eleven, including C. T.
the absence of Mr. Fielding, who is; Tanner, the former leader, who wns
ln England, by the opposition, who defeated at a by-election in Pictou
had tbe help of the federal opposition two years ago. Mr. Tanner was one
leader, It. L. Borden. j of  the  successful  candidates  yester-
Altogether the campaign was    re-  day ln Pictou.
PRINCE RUPERT RIOTERS
CONVICTED AT VICTORIA
|irtb��t ea.t pl��rm,c.��llcal KKletjr- ������ more ^,1,,,. ,h��� ., p�����nt, ���.,
In  Prince    Edward  Island,  from  the
Nova  Scotia  society,  and  also from
their brothers of pills' and pestal ln
.Lethbridge, Alberta.
After the loyal toasts    had    been
honored, H. H.  Watson, M.P.P., and
P.  J   MacKenMeMP.P    re-ponded   Pre8ldent   AWerman    ^
~$ that of    BrJ^Colwrtta.      The  Q ^ ^ g_ Jackman. vlc
flrst named, ln the course of a humor-
so avoid them breaking the law as
frequently happened now in ignorance.
Officers Nominated.
The nomination of officers   to   b?
elected at the next meeting resulted:
B.    D.
president.
A. Hogg and J. Keay;  general secre
Nine Prisoners    Held    Guilty���Judge
Comments on Duty of the Civic
Authorities.
Victoria,  June  15.���At  the  assizes
GREAT WALKER PLANS
TOREE LECTURES HERE
STAMEN'S STRIKE
SPREADS SLOWLY
PROBABILITY OF COA8TWI8E
SHIPPING BEING AFFECTED ON
THE ATLANTIC SEABOARD-
REPORTS FROM EUROPE.
POSTAL STATE BUSY
BY GROWTH OE QIY
REMARKABLE        ADVANCE
EVERY DEPARTMENT OF
OFFICE���DELIVERIES WILL ���
EXPEDITED BY EXTRA  MEN.
IM
Paris, June 15.���Tbere ia no proa       The population of Westminster
pect of a general atrike thro ��_hout j Increasing.   If there should be
France   at present.     Advices   from  d��ubtera ��>"�� this    question    co
..      ,,. ..._   ...      .... j.      . I Postmaster iiacDonald.. la ****** m_
Maraellles  say  thfl the  attitude of   have Deen the pZtmtn oTt^_S
tbe men is strongly against any gen'   City to deliver the heavy mail* whidm
eral' Strike. Are daily pouring into the city that
��� * 'demand for additional staff    was
Montreal, June 16.-WhIIe it is not   ���d"  ft** aut^r,tl���� * Ottawa
.    i, i.i. ���'  ... .    .*.     i .       .*     ..���ome time ago, and yesterday official
at all likely that   the   International | pttperB from the ^ brouJht
seamen's strike will   greatly    affect' an answer that the postmaster g<
this city, it   Is    not    unlikely   that I al, after considering the matter, 	
trouble will arise between the local  <|eclded to grant two more postmen to
be engaged by the local authority.
longshoremen's union, and the principal shipping firms using this port.
By   this  new  arrangement   wbicb
will   come  into    force    almost    immediately, tbe street deliveries wbicli
are now made on Columbia street win
enabled    to   Include   Carnarvon
the    past    twelve
Opera   House  Engaged  by    Gottfried
Rodrigues���Orphanage Children
at  Matinee.
Christiana, Norway,   June   15.���No
strike has been declared bere, but the! be
secretary of tbe International Union  atreet, which in
of Seamfen said that everything was  months has become "the headquaitem
ln readiness for calling the men out  of many of the prominent city fix
lf necessary.       This addition to the present
  I of eight postmen will be an ana
New York, June 15.���It Is feared to the appeal made by the board or
that there may be a Btrike of seamen trade of thia city, who. at a recent
engaged in coastwise shipping who, meeting, regretted that the collection
while they have no actual assocTSTfcn and delivery on the hill was carried
with the international strike, havo out in a casual manner owing to the
many demands in common with tho email staff at the poBt office
strikers In Europe, as for Instance, Postmaster MacDonald, talking to
better conditions, better food, and a representative of the Dally New*
greater consideration. They have last evening, said that by this new
given the masters until Friday to arrangement the entire service of the
consider. Representatives of the men city would be put on a better and
set out a number of matters upon stronger basis, and complaints which
which they claim to have a Just were of regular occurrence would
grievance with the shipping firms.       now be things of the past.
So heavy had been the correspondence for the business sections that
the private deliveries had to an ex-
Interesting Program of Exercises Next' .tentf {�� >������� while not neglected,    at
Wednesday I  e       be dela>'ed' bu* the readjusting
Arrangement, have been complete! P���6'8 "*J�� T bee�� made *>**��**
for the coronation celebrations which  ]jL^jS fftbFS&ffUs
live on the avenues  will  have their
malls delivered earlier in future-
It will give one some idea of hour
SCHOOLS AND CORONATION.
the school children of tbis city will
hold at Queens park next Wednesday, and the teachers of the respec-,
tive institutions are looking forward ' _,���....  ��,,      ..     . , ,        .
to King Sol being on his best    be-; ���p'dJ^ tt" c"f '" Rowing when  it
havior at that time, as although the   ��/** it I'll. ? fc�� *SE!!5
city council has granted  the use of
the head office here last month was
one of the hiumn^ argons" pVk gg St&tSSSjS f
in case of rain, much of the interest ���^����"*H'"1L>^f; U,��? *T
and    importance   of   the    gathering, W��" ��*��"*�� �� ����� ��&g*��
would  be  nullified  in  weather   any-1
tricts  as bas been the case tn  the
Tomorrow afternoon Manager Hee-
here before Mr. Justice Murphy, the' tor McCaig, of the opera bouse, has   _,���������   ,��� ,���.���   ,���   ���,,,,���.,   ������,.,
j past twelve months, the inside stair
-m..   ***,-���- - t ..... .���.���.������  .    ,    ,,��,,,, _,.,. nr<, ida _, I ������ will also have to be enlarged.
truste��.  v.  JetoatmlThey. Mf? _ *!**^l,*_!��t.. M..^*I5   Breatest walkers of the age, and at\ a specUdly  eriscteddUa," and l^sW^ ^e i1 W^B, * r^ord���to���Mnd out ten
months
ou. speech, praised the province and ���������� ^'u0r��t and H A Ke^r trial was- completed ot the atrike set apart for an introduction to the Zl* hli of he brightest
��Plnl�� "*JX**%ll ^*E&".���� v��v ��S ��^��c����' .��*m"y." Kaut^n a^Li rioter, at Prince Rupert on April S.\ people ot thl. city to one of tbe 1 Trustee T ? Trapp In
mtalon.we^ at a date not very far   R    ��    Bt<jMy.   ^ jofcnKm.   They   Jury   after  being  out 21  hour,   greatest walkers  of  the  age,  and  atL VZituy  erected  ��tai    ano   oeswie
riaT fc��\�� *��� Ollctarl.t. J. neay and J. A.l found nine ot the twelve accu.ed thl. matinee, a .pecial Invitation haB 11. *p!T ,w* *,�����"��� ���m'v. S. \T I baga of mall by the B C E R
on the Ompbell. ���ergeant-at-ain., W. Joy. UrUoner. guilty, and tbey were re- been .ent to and accepted by the au- "LSL*** ^^T^S ta t^,^1 nn the-cSlltwik ro^ atw ���
in their I D- Hunter and H. QtlcUH.t. manded for .enUnce. One of tbe thorltle. ot tbe Orphanage, so tbat! ^M,m1b?,^��� . ��*x** *>oar4 a�� well �� ^^o leaa than twiv ���.l!
���  ���e ui.,.n._..... 1 ..mi.���...   ii.,i-.ir*,   ... tm���*A ��.,il������ 41 >.i,i . .J'.   ..   ?-..' ..    v,ul11 .Declallv Invited eumuit i *%*>��� no ie.8 man tuirty regular
v��ry
���ft,   Kotac   to   b*   governed   from   Uie
west.    Aa an old time droggti
congratulated   tbe   member,
position   they   had   attained
profession, and while he did not think
he would ever come back to the business of making  pills, lf the day did
Mto ������*%! toyah'ehadftiSttl    TI,�� c"y employees will he wah'e-J ��� the case, suidit va-   ju*au^uw*W , eu since  leaving the ia?0 0f wind-   Whitp     d ,,.
en honorable profession.    He suggest-' to   receive   their   wages   regularly   at, the duty of those in charge of affairs   mills eighteen months ago. '
��<l   the  formation   of an <>M   boys  brl-) ,hc   c,t>"   hall   on   Saturdays   without    in   Prince   Kupert   to   have   itfuti   iue       Rodigues   ls   without  doubt   an   ath
K��de.   and    someone   liml>  thus   early | <he   Present   delay,   which   eutalls   an- j H-'ct   .'.ct   at   the   commencement     of   lete, who has made in a comparative
Miscellaneous. 1 prisoner.. Rulavlch, waa tound guilty' the children trom that Institution can\���peC,VaUy ,Vnvlted eu,,u
The auditing    committee    reported; ot an attemvt to inflict serious bodily, see and hear of the different countries' tu    progTaln *��� M follows:
that there was a balance ln hand of, harm. | and under what circumstances, Gott
i agu. uu iess man thirty regularly aro
,._���  .��� ������  ...      \ despatched, and trom    the    present
1���Unfurling" and saluting the~Brlt-' ^"Pt0* the Postmaster reckons on
this  Delng  added  to In the  coming
His lordship, ln commenting upon  fried Rodrigues. of Holland, ha's *aik-1is^ fl*B���    ���-,.       ���v        ��      >    ���,    month
the case, said it v.u   uuquesuouaji,.-, eu since  leaving the i��nd of wind. IJ Ts on?; J.hree Cheers for tbe Red
by the scholars.      1
satisfac
tory,  with varying increases of membership.
The Labor Temple company Is re
ported to be snaking good progress
in its formation.
an plcl   boys
and    someone   limi    thus ' e
christened It, the society of "petrified   novunce nna '�������� of time.
pill joiinders." The   union   reports   were
C. II. Stuart Wade replied at length
for "The City," while Mr. Rutherford.
of Nelson, speaking for "t^ln'e- Cities."
roused thc listeners when he said
that every time they in other cities of
the province thought of Westminster,
they naturally thought of Ihe world's
champion lacrosse team which had its
home here, and which kept the famous Minto Cup safe against all attacks. The climate of the province
was he'd by authorities to be the best
in the world, and if for this alone,
there was always a welcome to our
kith and kin across the seas.
Conditions In Trade.  -
D. S. Curtis,; replying to the toast
of the association, dwelt on the early
days of that body when things were
very different to those whicli obtained
at this time. In this city the chemists worked hand in glove with each
other so far as keeping up the price j Following the practice Inst even-
of any article was concerned, and; ing at Queens park, the following
this was proof positive that In West-   ,���.,���,   ���.������   ���.���,,���.,   . ,...
minster at anv rate, tho brothers had te''"1 *as pleked t0 W���** "the
a common inteiest at heart. Ho senior ama,ellls against the V. A. C.
would like to see this spirit engender- ��n Saturday:
ed by the members In other parts of      Goal,  W.  Keary;   point, D.  Digby
tbe   disturbance.
FEARING   DEPORTATION,
ly short space of time, a name which
is known all over   the    world;    his
i feats of pedestrianism hav
RUSSIAN  GOES  INSANE   lorer,  of  athletics "3* "jj? SPSS I���** ^ "me)-
3���Chairman's remarks.
4���Song, "Oh, Canada."
5���Patriotic address by His Honor
Judge Howay.
6���Song,  "Coronation  Hymn"
CONGREGATIONS WILL VOTE
ON CHURCH  UNIOM
(for
which he will undertake in the
SENIORS SELECT
TEAM EOR SATURDAY
SOME CHANGES IN HOME FROM
EMPIRE DAY LINE-UP���V. A. C.
HAS STRONG COMBINATION.
Nelson, B. C, June It.���Going com- of a few weeks".""fVom" San fYanci^co I
pletely out of his mind through fear, to New York, his doings will "ba '
of deportation and consequent im- watched with the keenest interest >>v
'prisonnient and possibly death in Rus- 'hose who will see him at the opera
sla, a young Russian named John house on Friday afternoon, and also
Smith, who is in the provincial jail on that evening and Saturday even-
serving a sentence of eighteen JMT. Gottfried is an accomplished
months for theft, yesterday was con- 1'nsuist, and will describe hia special
veyed to the asylum at New West- oo1 'ection of views, all taken by him-
mlnster. | self on his travels, in a manner which j
Smith, while employed as a porter, hns never been done before. As fur-
at the Tremont hotel in this city, be-' ,her Proof of his versatility, ihe
came Infatuated with a Russian worn-, Dutchman will contribute well know
an and eloped with her and her two 8ons:s in four languages, and when it
children. He took with him silver, is sta,ted that he lias minutely learn-
jewelry and other valuables belong-: ed the languages of four nations sinc>
ing to the hotel. | starting out on his long walk of 45,
Smith pleaded guilty to the charge   ono miles, it must be confessed that
of theft and was sent down for eigh-| the   show   which   will   be   staged   In
teen  months and ordered   to be de-| this city  is at once an odd and at-
ported to Russia.    He became insans i tractive one.
through fear at the provincial jail. Tbe Daily News has arranged with
Russian residents   s^y   that   about   ,he  Sisters of Providence orphanage
7���National Anthem.
Ottawa, June 14.���The Presbyterian*,
general   assembly,    by  a  unanimous
vote,  last evening approved the suggestion  to submit  the    question    of
church   union    to the    congregations
I throughout   the  country.     A  common
bailot will be supplied a'i fhe churche*
and  with  the request that a  vote, be
taken and the result returned to the-
elerk ot the assembly by March, 1912.
It was decided that all members over
eighteen years ot age should have a
right to vote.
The assembly carried a motion ew-
APPLICATION FOR WINE LICENSE   dorsing    the    proposed      arbitration
������.���   _... . I agreement between Great Britain antT
BEFORE    FULL    tlle    rnited   SUUeg   hy   a    unanlmous
MAN_| standing vote.
MWRH EOR Hfffl
TO   BE   TAKEN
BOARD���HOTELS    WELL
AGED.
LOS��
OF  IROQUOIS
WILL BE INVESTIGATED
In accordance  with    statute,    the
Victoria, June 14.���The formal Int
half yearly meeting of the licensing vestigation concerning the loss ol
commissioners was held yesterday Itlle steamer Iroquois, which foundered
evening in the council chambers, bu'J 0ff  Sldney  on  AprU   10  la8t-
when
operator in  St.  Petersburg.    He  be-   reserved nt.the matinee tomorrow for
came a Nihilist and was persuaded to  the children from this Institution, who
the province. ! cover point, B.  Galbraith-     first" de-! aIter a government telegram sent to   rarely have an  opportunity of'shar-
The chairman, who was termed the   fence,   W.   Patchell;   second  defence ' a Iirl80n B0 that seven political prls-   inB the pleasures of life
"dean  of the  faculty,"    replied    for  Leo Gregory; third defence  W  Sang-   oners  were releused  instead   of  ex-
���'Tlie  Council,"  and  Dr. W.  B.  Clay-   8ter;   centre,  Fitzgerald;   home  fleld, i ecuted.
ton.  of  Prince   Rupert   for  that    of   w    Sclater   Kenny   and   J    Gifford-       He was confined   in jail for   four
"The Medical Profession." I ,n8lde home c  Smltn; out8",de hom ' I months and then assisted ln escaping
Sheriff Armstrong, who waa honor- 0. Swanson; spare, Battson. W. Sang   b>' frl��>ds
t���.?^^^!^ o*H*7"tci the absence of the" m'ayJr! e7for  June'-��� '��8t' *** **** *"
HOSPITAL TAG DAY.
ed as an ex-chemist, by responding to | Bter i8 at present'doubtful!
the toast of his health averred that
chemists were among the poorest
paid, and hardest   worked    members
The V. A. C. line-up will be:
Goal, Vernon;  point, F. Matheson;
cover point, Burns; defence field, Wll-
The ladies   aid
Ladles Will Make Collections on the
Streets add at Park.
nt    <i   ��,������!.���������.      The  Westminster ladies have    de
0L,���SL?ie���Ph?���n,!   ?ided f ��ei*e the    lacrosse    double
Mm noy,���t JXJ   J?l.     * and ���deHiam Craig, Donahoe, Painter; centre,
��i thS. ��,����*�� i   a*��� he.ma,nta1"-  E. Matheson; home fleld. Gunn, Pea-
linp^   -���nh 1      aa   �� WOrk,��n 8ide  cock' Mu,ray; 01ltside home- Wright;
loodi  ��Lwl     ie,rf 1^   ��bher lnslde home> Cl'ook����: aPar����. Knight
goods, which were outside the sphere  oilmour and Feirheiller
be tab iT/o^f' tthfb th7 m,ghft i     "   J   Maloney  win   referee.    The
.Z    ntJl   both ends meet,   game will be put on immediately be-
tt7er fh.Ji   h' ih,   2?Wd,wt?a*  fore the Professions'    struggle,    the
ITthTtffe ZZ" *��*��% ��i Cr��Wd t^s having a doub,eghgeader.
making business should devise ways!
and means to see that they be put on ' CHANGE OF FASHION
a  higher level  than  they    were    at I                       CAUSES NO DIVIDEND
present. I 	
The toast of "The Press" was re' Montreal, June 14.���At the annual
piled to by J. H. Emery, Victoria, meeting of the Canadian Converters
editor of the Pharmaceutical Record, company todav the shareholders
and R. A. Wilson, of the Dally News,   kicked  strongly at the dividends be
While a large number of the visit-  ing behind.
lng delegates returned to Vancouver
by special car, those who had travelled  expressly    from    distant    points
President Black explained that the
financial shortage was due to the
changed  fashions by  which    women
stayed over night, so that they might wore hobble skirts, nnd no pettleoati,
be enabled to see the beauties of the I so there was no market for their
Fraser valley further today.
street.
ASCOT HUNT CUP
Presbyterian church will hold a sale   hendpr of cin^.v ������ -, ,,
of work on Fri Jay at the residence of  J0rtunlty for tal dav in iK' *T
Mrs.  John    MacKenzie,    St.  Patrick   K^&SL^lilft     ��
women's    auxiliary    has    made   Iho
nece8sary arrangements, and   young! Messrs. Seabold and Jones, and as'.tel
WON BY MOSCATO   laflies  wl"  be  stationed  both  inside I that  ��   license   be   granted   to     bis
  | and outside the gates at Queens park! clients for permission to sell  liquor
Ascot   Eneland   June 14���The f��a   t0 collect for this excellent object.      during meals.   Mr. Bole said this waa.
Ascot, England, June 14.   The fea-1     Others will also take their stand   a necessity   in    an    up-to^ate
I. The investigation
was adjourned after some minor de j was put off until after the trial ol
tails  had been transacted. I Captain A. A. Sears, master and part-
Alderman Campbell presided and I owner of the lost vessel, who was
the other commissioner present was i found not guilty of manslaughter at
D. W. Gilchrist. j the assizes.    Mr.  Justice  Martin, of
City Clerk Duncan read the minutes I the admiralty court, yill hold tha
of the last meeting, after which the I Investigation, sitting with two nauta
report of Licensing Inspector Brad- ca' assessors. M. B. Jackson has
shaw was taken. In this Mr. Brad-, been appointed counsel for the-
shaw reported that he found tho | Dominion government, and H. ft. R.
various premises in the city in good Moore will represent the British Co~
order, being carried on in a highly '"mbia government. H. A. McLean
respectable manner. j will appear for Captain Sears.
J. P. Hampton Bole, appeared for | -    ���
the  proprietors of    the Royal    cafe,'
SgVe^J^AS^ **** SWW-B, aTdTwas on!  ,
haWicrap,*S! 1S^SJSSmrmm &K2����',�� m mfhet wlth !fair Tthe board 8^uld ��nu,t thg
fnrlonsa and 1 fid vard- Jh   iv  tui    he.a.rtj   resPonse   from     the   general  request,
furlongs and lfifi yards, won by VV. M.   Dllb]ic
G. Slnger'B Moscato, 7st 1 lb., 100 to,	
fi;  Sol Joel's Loagset, fist 12 lb., 33       "
tb  1,   was  second,  and  J.   B.  Joel's   STEAMER  BURNED
Spanish Prince, 8st 8 lb., 6 to 1, third. I TO WATER'S EDGE
Lord  Derby  followed  up  his    sue-' ��� ���������
cess of yesterday with Stedfast In the      Caudcauh,     Kty.,    June     14.���The
wares.
Prince of Wales Stakes by carrying steamer John L. Lowny, was burned
oft the Ascot Derby Stakes, 2000 to the water's edge today, and the
sovereigns, one mile and a half, with boat was promptly beached on the
King William, who started second opposite shore from the scene of the
favorite at    2    to    1.    Mr.    Fairie's disaster.    At a late hour it is under-
Phryxtia,  11  to  10,  was second, and stood  that there was a considerable 	
Sir Ernest Cassel's Porphrio, 8 to 1, loss of life owing to the fact that an   tlon of fourth year students In medi-1*
third. excursion party was on board. cine.
I-IH
The chairman, after conferring with
Mr. Gilchrist, decided to adjourn the I ���
meeting until next Wednesday even-1 ���
ing, as the question   of granting   a! ���
license of this nature was one for the
board of commissioners to deal with
In full session.
DlstinguishecTMedical Honor.
C. R. Bourne, of New Westminster
has won the Joseph Hills    prise    at
McGill  University  in    the    examin
��� ~r^
��� The Nova Scotlan Premier. +
��� . Hon- O. H. Murray, who haa ���-
I ���   been sustained in the general #-
city; ���   election in Nova    Scotia, waa ���-
born in that province in 1861 *%.
and was educated    at Boston ���
university. He became head of ���
the legal flrm of Murray   and #��
Mackenzie, and a Q. C. to 1895. ���
m 1891 he entered Mr. Fields ���
lngs cabinet without portfolio ���
and became premier five years ���
ater     He has thrice    sought ~
to enter the federal arena, but
onLeKChD,Ume been ^feated.
once by Sir Charles Tupper!
He haa been a member of the
��?�� iS"��f counc!r- b,it n^
sits in the assembly for Vfr-
toria county.
���
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fl
,   ��� .y
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE IS. 1*11.
Lions, Attention!
GRAVES PROFANED TO
RE-SELL SEPULCHRES
The Loyal Order of Lions will meet
Thursday night, June IB, at 8 p.m., at I 	
the   Conservative   Club   rooms,   6301
WANTED���YOUR   OPPORTUNITY��� ( Columbia 8treet.    All   members  andj Story of Horror Comes From Madrid
I wish to exchange my larm lands. applicants are requested    to    attend.
for   a city    residence.    Box D. B.,'Business of Importance wlll come be-
Daily News. tore the lodge. .
Look on page three lor the T. H.; a. E. PETERS, Chief Lion
SAMUEL STEWART, Sec.
Nominations of Ladies
For Big Automobile Contest
Published This Morning
Wn
���Police Are Guarding the
Cemetery.
Nominations for the big automobile  Miss Irene Schaake.
contest   are   published   below,   and a��d  ^ueen8 Ave
ln tbe
Third  St.
WANTED���*    WAITRESS,    APPLY'
Colonial hotel.
TENDERS.
WANTED���SIX  SALESMEN  AND
Women lor  road   or  city,   all   ex-. Refloor|ng Central School, New West-
penses paid.   Experience not neces- j minster.
"^   JW   ^^fv    ��'       I    Sealed tenders' �����!��""��>*�� "Ten-1( cWchy'ard scandal
Pugh, Windsor Hotel, City. | der for Reflooring   Central    School "
and addressed
show the growing Interest
Madrid, June 14.���Even Edgar Al- \ competition. Look them through, and
len Poe never Imagined anything so i gee lf you cannot add that of a
gruesome as the discoveries that havo |
Just come to light at Carabanchel,' '"
near this city, where the civil guard
is    busy    investigating    a    terriblo |    District No. 1���All territory west of
1000
JBML
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.
AND
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
,,.,,,,       .    ���    to   the    undersigned.
WANTED ��� TO PURCHASE A wm be recelved up to 5 pm of m I
small house ot 3 or 4 rooms inii ^y June 23) 19n for the refloorlng
West End. Would trade a gooJ i of elght cla8B roomg and ha���B of
81000 city lot.   Apply Kellington ��; .Girl's Central School. ;
Hendry, corner Columbia and Elgnt;    gpecincatlong  and   particulars  can!
Btreets.  _| be obtained    on application    to    the
I undersigned.
east side of Sixth street, wlibin New
The story is told by Micaila Luca,  Westminster city limits.
WANTED���WE    HAVE
for a modern flve room house, West
Knd preferred. Particulars tot Kellington & Hendry, corner Columbia
nnd Eighth streets.
The lowest or any ten-
A    BUYER i der not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER, MERCER & GARDINER,
Architects to the School  Trustees.
New Westminster, B.C.
WANTED���LIGHT BUGGY AND
harness for pony. Box A, Dally
News. '  .
WANTED ��� AS SECRETARY TO
School Board this city, a stenographer and typewriter, familiar
���with modern office systems. Month
ly salary $75.00. Applications stating experience received till noon,
the 22nd inst.   R. Lennle, Secretary.
WANTED ��� BY YOUNG LADY,
board and room in central location.
Apply to Box X., Dally News.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.	
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
tay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoJ
prefer, order tbem with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
MUNICIPALITY  OF   BURNABY
ENGINEER.
Applications are Invited for a quail-
wife 6f the late sacristan in the cemetery of Santa Maria, who proved
her assertions by producing a document signed by her husband a few
days before bis death.
It appears that in 1907 various
graves were profaned by the concierge and the keeper of the cemetery
In order to resell the sepulchres, and
inter fresh coffins. Horror crept
over the people of Madrid and the
surrounding district as details became known. The woman, Micaila
Luca, affirms that corpses were extracted from some graves and thrown
Into a nearby drain and that chil-
dren's graves were filled with   adult
fled  engineer to take charge of thej     ,��� certaln    rave8 that were re8old
road   by-law   work   under  the  super-       raournlng re,atlve8 the tombs were
��& M hf^ mun,?l,pa11    englnee/'1 hollowed  out to twice their original
from  whom  full    particulars    as    to j depth> tne old  cofrln8 remalning be-
""'   low, while the new ones were piled
on top.    In a part of   the   cemetery
duties and appointment can be
tained.
Applications stating qualifications
and salary expected will be deceived
hy the undersigned up till 5 p?m.
June 24, 1911.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Post Office.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
FOR  8ALE.
FOR SALE���THREE LOTS IN THE
Grand  Trunk  Pacific townsite, Ed
eon,   Alberta.    For  particulars  ap
ply   Owner,   Box   668,   New   West
minster.
TENDER8 FOR NEW SCHOOL,
QUEENSBOROUGH.
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.
Sealed tenders superscribed "Tenders for Queensborough School," and
addressed to Rev. Robert Lennle,
Secretary New Westminster School
Trustees, will be received up to 5
p.m. of Thursday, 16th June, 1911, for
the erection and completion of a two
roomed school and offices, to be
erected at Queensborough, Lulu Island.
Plans and specifications can be obtained on application to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender may
not necessarily be accepted.
GARDINER, MERCER & GARDINER
Architects to the School Trustees.
New Westminster.
more exposed to the public eye, the
criminals, by dint of pounding down
the earth and smashing the coffins in
side, made room for new coffins in
what appeared to be new graves, und
resold them to sorrowing and unsuspecting relatives. Civil guards are
stationed in the cemetery in order to
prevent traces of the ghastly deeds
being removed.
1000
1000
1000
1000
iooe
Dressmaking
Just received the latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
'Mme. Gaultier
t 513 Columbia Street.
TO RENT.
TO    RENT ���  SPLENDID    NEWLY I
furnished "��w in Cliff  block, on|
Sixth street, one block from Columbia Btreet.    Apply tbe MIsbob Chap-j
man, room 2, third floor.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons. London, and Steinway & Son, London.
New Pianos Selected for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone ln bouse. Apply 37 Agnes
street. ,     I
TO     RFNT ���FURNISHED     ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.|
BL Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.)
JFOR     RENT���GOOD    BOARD    ANdI
room;   convenient location.    47 Col
214 Sixth  Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C
F. G. GARDINER.
A.  L.  MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer 8 Gardiner,
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Votes.
Miss Elizabeth Orr, 422  Eighth
Street   1000
Miss Helen Walker, 226 Sixth St. 1000
Mrs. J. E. Insley. Clarkson St... 1010
Miss Ethel Bucklin, 609 Queens
Avenue	
Miss Brooks, Thirteenth Street..
Miss Eunice Pride, 421 Ash St...
Miss M. O'Connor;    Sixth   Ave.
and Eleventh St	
Miss   R.   Smith,   Fourteenth   St.
and  Sixth  Ave   	
Miss V. Foster, Twelfth St. and
Seventh Ave 1000
Miss Ellen Goudln, corner Eighth
St. and Fifth Ave	
Miss Hardman, - corner    Eighth
St. and Fifth Ave	
Miss Sarah   F.    Armstrong,   90
Sixth  St	
Miss   Frances  Cunningham,  727
Third  Ave	
Miss Grace Dashwood-Jones, 627
Sixth Ave	
Miss Hilda Graham, 616 Ash St.
Miss Eastman. 806 Royal Ave...
Miss Rita Gilley, 115 Eighth St..
Miss May Kitson, 52 Sixth St. ..
Miss Nora Armstrong, 96 Sixth.
Miss Laura Lavery, 608 Carnarvon St	
Miss C. Bowell, corner Eighth St.
and Sixth Ave	
Miss Anette Tidy, corner Tenth
St. and Fourth Ave	
Miss Irene Eickhoff, 725 Carnarvon St	
Miss Violet Foster, 629 Twelfth
St	
Miss Bacchus, 610 Twelfth St...
Miss G. Corrigan,    605    Queens
Ave	
Miss Mary Eastman, Eighth St.
and Queens Ave	
Miss Mary Antoine,   Eighth St.
and Fourth Ave	
Miss Johnson, 611 Ash St	
Miss Sangster, 422 Sixth St. ...
Miss Anna Russell, 509 Holland
St	
Miss Winnie Bond, 622 Holland
St	
1000
.1000
.1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000'
1000
1000
100i)
1000'
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
iooe
1000
Miss Bell Lily Hood, 513 Queens
Ave	
Miss Ethel Brown, 220 Hartco
St	
Miss M. Elley, 226 Third St.   ..
Miss Helen C. Day, 208 Regina
St	
Mrs. Poingdestre, 39 Albert Cres-
.cent   	
Miss  Genevieve  Drlscoll,    402
First St 1000
Miss Katie Muir, 421 Agnes St..1000
Miss Hazel Kenny, 417    Second
st    1000
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St.  George       1000
Miss Edith Laird, 90 Fourth St... 1000
Miss Ruth Wintemute,    410 St.
Georges  St     1000
Miss Winnie Keary, 72 First St..1000
Miss    Katherine    Peebles,    411
Third  St 1000
Miss Marie Morrow, 321 QueeBS
Ave 1000
Miss    Lillian     Jenkins,     503
Fourth   Ave   1000
Miss  Ruby  Fletcher, 117  Third
Ave 1000
Miss    Ruth    Robinson,    Queens
Park    1000
Miss Grace  Wintemute,  410  St.
George St 1000
Miss Rogers, 227 Third St 1000
Jennie Bryson, 225 Fourth Ave. 1000
Miss Daisy Dawe, Fourth St. and
Queens Ave   1000
Miss Kathleen Welch, 325 Sherbrooke St., Sapperton    1000
MIsb Namomi  Rolph, 221  Third
St 1000
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender for construction of
Nelson, B. C. Rifle Range" and addressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, the
15th June, for the construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and full Information obtained at
the office of tbe District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, li. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
tbe Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by tbe Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender, payable to the order of the Honourable
tbe Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited if tbe
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete it In accordance 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.
(Newspapers   will  not   be  paid   Jt
they Insert this   advertisement without authority from the Department).
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
1000
Miss Pearl Brlce, Ladner   1000 the undersigned and endorsed "Ten-
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley   1000   dor  for  Public  Building,   Cranbrook,
Mrs. J. C. Kidd, Milner  1000  B- C" will be received until 4 p. m.,
Mrs. G.  W.  Sterling,  Le  Roche on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the con-
Landing  1000   struction of a Public Building, Cran-
Mrs.  Rawilnson. Langley     1000   brook, B. C.
Mrs. F. E. Herring, Fords Land- I     Plans, specification and form of coning    iooo  tract can be seen and forms of ten-
Miss Stewart, Fraser Mills  1000  der obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Miss Florence Lord, Ladner .... 1000  Henderson,   Resident   Architect,   Vic-
Miss Ruby Kirkland, Ladner ... 1000  J_orl��. B- ��<i at tbe post  office, Cran-
Miss Blanch Paige, Chilliwack  .  1000, br<x>k�� an<l at ^'s Department.
Miss   Kathleen    McBride,   Port |    Persons tendering are notified  that
Gulchon   1000  "PJJW wil1 n��t be considered unless
Miss Katie Neilson.' South' Van- | made on the printed forms  supplied,
COUver        . .. 1000  and 8lBned  wltb their actual   signi-
Mlss   Annie 'Hainbrook','" South | tures, stating their occupations   and
Vancouver . 1000  P'aces of residence.    In the case of
Miss Rosy Phllcox,' Mission  ...  1000   ?rm8- >he  actual  signature,  the   na-
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
'lumbia  street.
fi?& QUU0UN PACIFIC
>��jjr B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Daily
10 a. in. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda/
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
9:00 am Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, IG, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS
11:00  p,   m	
.WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
< SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Frida>
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m. . Tuesday, Thursday, Saturda>
For Other  Sailings  and Rates Appi;.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
The
Koyal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $0,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts   issued   without   delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in tlie World.
..TJieee   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
CAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets cn sale June 16, 17, 21, 22,
27, 29, 30 and throughout July, August
and September.
Toronto  Express  leaves    9:10
St. Paul, Kootenay &    Okanagan
train  leaves    14:35
Imperial Limited leaves  19:10
Standard and tourist sleepers and
observation compartment cars on all
trains.
District No. 2���All territory east of
west side of Sixth street, including
Sapperton.
Miss Gertie Burr, St. George and
Fourth  St 1000
Miss    Sinclair,    Third   St.    and
Third Ave 1000
Miss Vesta Bent, 609 Fourth St. 1000
Miss    Hosana    Beverldge,    230
Third Ave 1000
Miss Iola Fisher.  205  Amies  St. 1000
Miss Florence McLeod, 240 Third
St 1000
Miss Jean Blnnie, Third St.   and
Queens Ave 1000 ]
Christie  McGregor, Ladner     1000
Miss Myrtle Larter, Chilliwack. 1000
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner .. 1000 i
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner   1000
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner .. 1000
Miss Emma Chiddell, Ladner  .. 1000
Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner. 1000
Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury. 1000
Miss Lillian Cogglns, Sunbury.. 1000
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner .... 1000
| Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
Miss G. Dove, North Vancouver. 1000
Miss  M.  Peterson,  1510 Charles i
I St., Vancouver     1000
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills  1000,
| Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth I
Ave. East, Vancouver  1000
QUfBEC BRfDGf       maun mm
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>fflce 'Pbone lis.     Bam 'Pfeone 11/
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ;e
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
.. .    60   YEAR3*
^EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Cqpvrichts Ac.
Anronc aendlnf a aketcb and description m��y
jnlclilr uscortaln our opinion free whether an
Invention Ip prohnMy-natentnMe. Comtnunlea.
tioniBtriotlynonfldcntI.il. HANDBOOK o
tent free, oldest arancy f
yntcif* taken through
lent free. Oldest agency for sernrtnj patents,
l'ntc:>�� taken through JMunn-* Co. re
ipertalnoltcs, without charge, ln the
I0K on Patent*
tents.
receive
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any sclentltio Journal. Terror for
Canada, 11.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.3e'B"-"��'- New York
Branch OOco. 636 V BU. Waiblagtou. D. C.
For full particulars and rates apply
to , ��� | I - I �� |
H. W. BRODIE, E. GO.ULET, '
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
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 strongjjbank-
ing organization. aSSS
Interest 'is paid on J Savings
BalancesJJhalf-yearly. J: i;::
Business |Accounts g opened
on favorable  terms.JJ,"::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000"
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
WONDERFUL STRUCTURE PLAN-
NED FOR ST. LAWRENCE-
HUNDRED AND SIXTY
ABOVE   WATER    LEVEL.
FEET
London  Firm..  Fill an  Extraordinary
Order Sent In  by an  Indian
Rajah.
ture of the occupation and place or
residence of eacb member of tbe flrm
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister ot Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c>
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
wlll be returned.
The Department does not bind It-
self to accept the lowest or any tender, .j
,*,.*���     By order,
���* ' R.  C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public   Works, Ot-
' t**��i, May 13, 1911.
'     (Newpaperf ..will  not  be paid  for
this  advertisement Jf   they   Insert  it
' without   authority   from   the   Department).
Montreal, June 14 ���Perched up 160
feet above the water, an immense
iron bridge, 640 feet In length, will
float down the St. Lawrence some
years hence.
Floating cautiously, if not maje,atl-
cally, down the mighty old river, it
will be halted, and carefully anchored at high tide, where two mighty
steel skeletons stretch out their great
arms nearly 600 feet from either
shore. Careful must the alignment
be, the position calculated by fractions of Inches.
In Grasp of Steel Arms.
That towering construction ls to
be lowered with imperceptible movement, by no less a power than the
pulsating grasp of the ocean's tide,
felt   from   six   hunlred   miles   awav;
London, June 14.���"Please send me
a flre escape suitable for use when
out shooting tigers." This was au
order received recently by a London
flrm. lt came from an Indian rajah,
and the firm executed it, and the tiger
escape is now on its way to the hunt-
j ing box of Its owner.
It was the first one of its kind ever
built. It ls a sliding carriage escape
fitted with two telescopic ladders
which will reach to a height of 85
feet. It is painted khaki color, so us
to be Inconspicuous In the Jungle,
and ls mounted on high wheels to fa-
I cllitate transport.
i      The rajah  will  use the escape for
| climbing trees, and when there aro
no trees available he wlll depend upon
it for safety. It takes about 30 seconds to elevate the ladder. In a letter of instructions as to its use the
rajah was advised to keep It elevated
lowered until it  falls with tne nicety   all the time, to be ready for surprise
AUCTION 8ALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LAND8.
of an infant's kiss, Into thc grasp of
the great steel arms awaiting it.
The big oblong span Is tlie wedding
ring of the waiting skeletons: it
means the Joining together for weal
or woe of the two sides of the St.
Lawrence. It will mark the completion of the mightiest scientific venture America has yet seen, the welding into a staple entity of the bridge,
which is to makepoBsihle the new
Transcontinental line, running from
East to West on Canadian soil.
A New Mark in Engineering.
The event will he historical in several ways, for It will complete the
eerction of the longest single span of
hridge the world has ever seen. It
will set a new mark in engineering,
beyond the possibilities of the past,
and suggesting new wounders for the
future.
hy the tiger. The escape has been
very strongly built, but to flre a heavy
ritle from the top rungs of the ladder
will be delicate matter, owing to the
unavoidable swaying at that height.
Several big game hunters looked
at the new tiger escape before it was
shipped, and though they considered
that it would be a valuable asset in
the jungle for many purposes, they
doubted its ability to withstand the
onslaught of a savage animal.
Press and Executions.
Toronto,    June 13.���Renortera    will
be barred from executions in Ontario
in future.    Sheriff Reynolds, of Gode-
Sad Ending to Honeymoon.
Colorado Springs, Colo., June 13.���
Mrs. T. B. Cavender, of Denver, a
bride of five days, received injuries
from which she died without regaining consciousness, and nine others
were seriously hurt when the observa
tion car on the Short Line train
from Cripple Creek, due here at 6:0a
yesterday afternoon, left the rails
while rounding a curve in North
Cheyenne Canyon, nine miles west of
this    city,    and    turned    completely
The right to cut timber under
license on Herth No. 551, comprising
the following lands ln the Province
of Hritish Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price
of $2150.00, at ���! o'clock p.m , on Wednesday, the 16th day of August next,
at the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New  Westminster:
Timber Perth No. 551, situate in
the Province of Hritish Columbia, in
township 4, range 2X, west of the ��th
Meridian, and comprising that portion
of the island in sections 13 and 24,
lying east of the Indian reserve, containing an area of'215 acres, more or
less.
A license will not be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the first
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to tho
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at  N'ew  Westminster.
P. G. KEYES.
Secretary.
Department  of the  Interior,
Ottawa, May 20, 1911.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior s
'Phone R672
over. Mrs. Cavender, accompanied by
rick, is the first to bring the new her husband, was on her honeymoon.
order into effect. He will Issue an The husband was only slightly Inofficial story after the hanging of jured. The observation car was the
Edward Jardine, Friday, for the mur- only car to leave the track. There printing
der of fifteen-year-old Lizzie Ander- were thirty-five passengers on the
son. train. Thompson Block
For Up-to-date
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THE   DAILY   NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
It is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time.
The medium through
which the progressive
merchant and business   man acquaints
the buying public with
their   offers, to lhe
mutual advantage.
It is read by all citizens before
i
the day's business commences.
The Daily
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ews
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases.
PROTEST AGAIN8T UNSAVORY
REPUTATION AND OBJECTIONABLE WOR08 ARE STRUCK
OUT ��� CURIOUS CHARGE.
COMMISSIONERS OF OPINIO!*
THAT PETITION PRESENEO
HAD NOT SUFFICIENT NAMES
FOR   ACTION.
St. Petersburg, June 14.���The czarj     Moose   Jaw,    Sask.,   June   14
celebrated    bis   forty-third   birthday   <*nse  commissioners met   here
. ,.*_,. ���,.��   afternoon and again deferred action
the other day very quietly.   His maj- j wUh r)Bg(krd to thhe ,MUe Qf llceMe^
esty ls in better health and spirits i At a former meeting the commfce-
tban be haa been for a long time.I sioners stated that they felt bound ta
Practically the only thing that gives  take In account the vox popull and a.
him serious worry now is tbe precarious health of the czarltsa.
It ia the daily official work of the
czar to read and sign edicts, ukases,
acta and reports. Upon the margins
of these reports he frequently writes
bis decisions or Impressions with  a
substantial majority having voted tor
local option, although the bylaw waa
upset, they would not grant license*
In opposition to the expressed wlab
of the people, a peculiar rider to tht*
decision was tbat the commissioners
expressly stated to press representatives tbat thia waa not a precedent
and would ln no way Indicate  their
frankness which make these Jottings! future action ln other places.    This
more characteristic of the man than [�����"������   ���" ��   ****** . ��**��
all his   reported   conversations with  ��*���������� of P��bllc opinion had occur-
*..       a. .myar. a. ..     .   I    fCtf,       AnnMIMll       t*f      IfWol       ratattraa* ***-
hia ministers and courtiers. Not
long ago he wrote thla disparaging
remark upon the margin of a docu
ment prepared by hia own imperial
council.
Councll   Grows   Indignant
"The counctl thought' to trick me,
but they ahall not."   However, the of
opponents of local option presented a petition containing over 900
names, their counsel pointing oat
that the vote ln favor of local option
was 833 ln December, and also that ���*
promised quarter of a million dollar
temperance hotel then promised,
not materialized. For tbe moral
temperance    association,   Mr.   Dunn
sft.Tsr-swrei fisss gdfe����
council breathed again.
One of the moat remarkable cases
of fraudulent impersonation involving
to indicate a change   of sentiment
and that It was not the duty of
wJTnWW.1.  h^Tirt TomsT before  commissioners to consider the amount
high officials has Just come before        g^JJ accommodatlon ln the dty
Cornel Vladimir  Vonljarl.ky, who' ^nsel  ,or the  petitioner,   point-
belongs to the guards^ and was Until, ^^*5KL"��*�� JSZ&Z
his arrest Master of the Horse at the
imperial court, and his adopted   son!
Staff Captain Dmitri VonlJ.r.ky, ^tSUiSr^ST^BS
waa only 1400 and that   petitions
presented a substantial majority.
After  a  private   consultation   the
the two chief accused.
Forgery of Will Charged.
They are charged with forging a
wlll with the object of obtaining for
the latter the title and immense for
tune of Prince Bogdan Oginsky, a
representative of one of the most ancient of the Lithuanian nobility.
As it was represented to them that
tbe Oglnsky's nationalist and religious
opinions were completely opposed to' !?"'
the terms of the will produced by'
the Vonljarskys, and that it was im-
'| possible to conceive of Prince Oginsky leaving his Polish estates to a
Russian, the police took action and
raided the house of Captain Vonljar-
sky.
In his subsequent statements to
them, the captain first of all denied
and then confessed , his culpability,
only to deny it again. He told the
police an amazing story of interviews and intrigues in which mysterious Roman Catholic priests, bishops,
and generals weie concerned. He declared that in order to obta'n a knowledge of Prince Oglnsky's testamentary intentions he had even en-
deavore 1 to penetrate the secrets of
the prince's father confessor.
Priest Furnished  Will.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^       they
would not grant the petition unlesa a
majority of the 2600 voters on tha
roll indicated their wishes and .they
adjourned to June 27 to give further
opportuntlty to tbe petitioners. This
will necessitate 1300 or more signing
the petition. By an informal agreement between the counsel, it was decided to confine names to bona fide
residents  and  those   easily  accesat-
MR. LLOYD-GEORGE
BLAMED FOR FMORE
Birkbeck Bank Collapse Laid at Door
of Chanculor'e Financial
Measure.
London, June  14.���Lloyd-George   finance Is the reason given by some of
the officials of the Rirkbeck baud for
the suspension, which will cause the-
^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_, greatest  consternation  when   it   h;-
It was from a priest that he had   COmes   known    everywhere    to   the
first obtained a copy of th? wlll nani-   u^ooo depositors and members.
tag him as heir, and another myster-      The directors of the bank promiae
Ious prelate, who refused to   reveal   an immediate oayment of  ten shlM-
hls  identity, had  assured  Wm   that   lngB on the poundi and   e ;pect even-
hls welfare ta the matter would be  tuany t0 pay seventeen   or eighteen
wL^nlnV?" KhUrh' " ��5,y *t  ���"�������� ��n the pound, but ln Uie de-
would consent! to become   a Roma*   preclaled    CQnd��lott   '0i    lhe    iarg���
amount   ot   securities   held    by   the
, Catholic.
The   pollce   claim   in  tbeir    ta-
bank it v ill take it a long time   to
a  Roman   Catholic   priest   and
lawyers..
quiry Into the case to have unearthed   reMlf,    ln the meanttaw the deposl_
a great consplacyr of fraud and for-   tor8 are U]w,    t0 BU���er Ule      ^test
gery, and  no less than  twelve   per-   inconvenlence,   lhey   being   for   the
sons will  appear for trial.      Among   m0Bt part people of gmaU mean8
them are two noblemen, a lieutenant.       It appears that the run on the ban!c
fom"   last November resulted in   the wlth-
  I drawal of ��16,000,000 ot deposits, *a*wy
I little of which was replaced, and It is
UPPER SUMAS NOTES. .' supposed that this loss* of custom li:is-
i. j tened the end.    No balance slie.-t has
Huntingdon, June 13.���The    inaug-   been  'ssued   since  March,   1910.  and
uration hy the B. C. E. R., Fraser vai-   the balance sheet Just prepared, teff
ley branch, ot aa evening milk traiii   "   been   issued    would    undoubtedly
is so far proving beneficial    to    the   have caused another serious   run on
farmers of the  district, and    as the   the bank.
cow is queen in the whole neighbor ! Pathetic scenes were wftnesseT
hood of Upper Sumas and Sumas outside the bank. Hundreds of anxl-
Pralrie this milk train is well pat- ous depositors assembled and Iiment-
roni'ed et* 'beir loss, which many declare to
It~ is'stated  the B.  C.  E.  R.    are  be ruinous.	
negotiating with  Sumas city,  Wash.,'
to supply that town with both power   VVANT SIR WILFRID
and light.    Connections for this pur-' at MICHIGAN FAIR.
pose will be irade at Huntingdon andr ____
as Sumas City is only just one block
from their depot at that place tho
B. C. E. R. are able to supply both the
light and power at a very reasonable
rate.
Sumas Prairie horses took    nearly
Detroit. Mich., June IL���Sir WfF-
frid Laurier, premier of Canada, is
being sought after as an attraction
for the Michigan State Fair. And
President Newton, of the State Fair,
says he has received assurances from
all the best prizes at Hop eon Empire lnfluentlal Canadians that Sir WU-
Day and it ls stated that J. A. Mc- frid woul,, llke t0 vlslt Detroit ui
Adam, of Upper Sumaa^ will Jry Ms  Mlchigan on the occasion   of   Pree*
-   m - ^^ Taft's visit here.
Mr. Newton conferred with people
across the line with the result that s
Dan McGregor andl^wM**f^Ladner, formal invitation has been sent Premier Laurier through A. H. Clarke,
M. P., of Windsor, to visit Detroit,
add the State Fair, on September IS-
luck with several of the same animals at the Ladner races on Coronation Day.
were visitors to Upper Sumas last
week. Mr, McGregor Intends building
a fine residence on his 300 acre
ranch bere. which ls at present un.ler  ~r 19"
lease by J   H. Cameron, I    pre8ldent Newton also wrote Gor-
The      Misses    Chrlstena    and    B   ernor Osborne reque8tlng hlm to  ���._
McGregor, of Ladner, spent last week  ten an lnvltatlon ^ slr WUfr,d ^^
vlaiting friends here.                           ' rler to come to Michigan aa the guest
So   ar the Fraser river freshet haa of the 8tate and the * lle ^
done little or no damage In   his dls-  pUed that he W|U b   *, to act
trlct and at the time of writing the v lu acu
water ls rapidly going down.
The hay and root crops round Up-|
per Sumas give promise of a good har-
An Early Harvest.
Sedalia, Mo., June 13.���The harvest-
vest, and the dairy business is paying ing of wheat began ln Central   Mis
well.                                                            aouri today. The grain  la ln excellent
It is understood that the B. C. E. R.  condition.   The average yield Is esti-
intend to run several excursion trains mated at fifteen bushels per aere.
from Chilliwack and Huntingdon for.  ���������.���__
Dominion Day, ani wlll also run a'
special train for the Sumas City celebration on July 4. j
Blahop Taken for Castro.
Kingston, Jamaica, June    14.���Tt��
customs authorities here are keeping
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_* strict watch   for   Cloriano  Castro.
Plague Situation in China. the   former   president  of   Venezuela,
Amoy. China. June 13��� The Dutch  who, it is alleged, ia trying to start a
consul here has advised his govern- revolution ln that country from some
ment that the plague situation in thla nearby place.   Yesterday the customs
\ vicinity ls such as to warrant    the men held up Bishop Llmon on his ar
quarantining of the Dutch East Indies  rival here under the be'lef   that ****���
against Amoy. was Castro ln disguise
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911.      "��
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mbltehed by The Daily Newe Publish-
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MIMSltfl li.c.v'jAHA
ON MAIDEN VOYAGE
MASONIC
TEMPLE
AT SASKATOON
Olympic  Seek* to Gain Blue Ribbon
of Atlantic for White Star
Line.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
A MERE 'PECCADILLO.'
The Masonic temple here promises
to be one ot tbe finest of its kind in
western Canada II not in the whole
Dominion.   The Work is almost completed  and  contracts  are  being   let.
The body of the hanging fixture repre
sents brick und stone work ln miniature, and   ls   suspended   from   four'
chains.      At the  point where  these
____                              connect with the fixture are shiold.^,
: on which is one of the four Masonic
Southampton, Eng.,    June 14.���En-   emblems, flrst the  square and com-
thusiastlc crowds    assembled    abou;  pass, second the   keystone, third   the
the new deep dock here and cheered   cross   and   crown,   and   fourth   tho
wildly  as  the  monster  White    Star  square and compass again.    Each of
liner Olympic, the largest and finest   these   Is worked   out   ln   regulation
I vessel ln the world, steamed away on  colors.   It ls understood that the car-
\ her maiden voyage to New York. The  pet for the Masonic lodge room has
giant ship wlll attempt to make    a   been presented by J. F. Cairns, and
record-breaking trip across the    At-  tbat lt ls costing about $2700.
lantic. I  !	
The Olympic has 45,000- tons regls-
After  what has happened   in   the   ter an!l t��� 882% feet long   antj   j^Vi
nat we should not be much surprised   feet broad, being considerably larger
*~ , * *,. a��� tra  In all respects    than    the Lusitania
mt anything Mayor Lee might do to , &nA  Mauretanla of the Cunard ,lne
put a bluff upon tbe public. But we , w^ich have heretofore held the re-
arc surprised that the Toronto finan-, cord among the vessels of the world
firm of G. A. Stimson and  com-1 for size and speed.   The Olympic has
cial
pany should allow itself to be* drawn I
into correspondence upon a matter of j
business which though of particular j
Interest and importance to this city, ���
la really of very little coniequence to
them. Nor ls it less surprising that
this flrm should address - their re-1
narks to some other newspaper than
Out In which the recent action of
Mayor Lee ln regard to-the bond Issue of this city appeared, this being
the subject which Messrs. Stimson
bave gone out of their way to deal
wilh.
On May 4 we had occasion to somewhat strongly criticize the action of
bia worship, the mayor, In this matter, to which criticism an attempt
was made to reply in the Columbian,
and upon this we further'commented j for a sister ship for the  Imperator
on May 17.    It is the last named to j II remains to he seen whether   th
which Messrs. Stimson now reply. At j
the outset we may say that the letter I
of    the Toronto    flrm    displays    so
strangely    a    familiar    acquaintance
a sister vessel ln the Titanic, which
was launched at Belfast two weeks
ago, and which will be ready to put
in the Southampton-New York service late this year.
The Olympic is not odly the largest,
hut is also the most magnificently
furnished and equipped vessel afloat.
Swimming pools, a tennis court, a
bowling alley and Turkish and electric bath establishments are among
the Innovations for the comfort and
entertainment of the passengers.
The Olympic and  Titanic,    having
eclipsed  the    Mauretanla    and  Lusi- \*
tanta,   will  soon  themselves  be  sur-1
passed.       The       H'ariib'rirg-Ameriean
mammoth    turbine    Imperator,    now
building for the Hamburg-New   York J
service, will be 890    feet    long,    ori
seven and one half feet longer than!
the Olympic and Titanic, nnd slightly
larger in other respects.   Last month
the  German  company   placed  orders!
NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL
PREPARING FOR DUTIES
London, June 14.���The Duke and
Duchess of Connaught promised the
kaiser when he was here recently
that they and Princess Patricia would
pay him a visit In August before proceeding to Canada. ln some quarters it is believed the visit will be
marked   by   the   announcement   of
I Princess  Patricia's engagement to a
i well-known and popular prince belonging to one of the German states.
The visiting Canadian ministers
and provincial premiers remark upon
' the extreme zest and geniality with
which both the Duke and Duchess
seize upon every opportunity to meet
them and chat over Canadian affairs.
| One highly placed Canadian ventured
while in conversation with a London
member of the duke's entourage, to
express tbe hope tbat nothing would
be attempted , at Rideau Hall to set
up an elaborate court with a rigid
state ritual and precedence after the
manner of Germany, and entirely ou^
of harmony with Canadian democratic conditions.
Admiral Toga at Coronation.
London. June 14.���One of the chief i
events of today was the arrival   ot
the Japanese deputation to the coronation, Including Prince and Princess
Hlgashl   FuBhlml,  the  Prince   representing the emperor, and the Japanese  war  heroes.  Admiral  Togo   and
General Nogl.   There was no official
reception, because the deputation   13
not due officially untll June 19.   The
Prince and PrlncCss wlll spend   the
Intervening   time   at   Eastbourne,   a
watering place oh the coast ot Sussex, while Admiral Togo^sad General
Nogl wlll remain   in  London.      The
two war veterans  were  cheered   as
they drove around Hyde park.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealera Id All Kindt ol
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINI8H,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster Bos  137
TERRIBLE  RECORD
OF MURDER IN  RUSSIA
St. Petersburg, June 14.���Startling
revelations were made today by a
criminal who murdered an officer ot
the army and the officer's wife at
Sebastopol.
The man was arrested at Tsarltsyn
and now says that he has ln the
course of hlB career killed fifty-seven
persons including among his victims
Dr. Popeff, a surgeon of Kazan
The doctor's assistant and a midwife were accused of his death and
being convicted are now serving
terms of Imprisonment.
I new vessels will be.able to lower the!
with our local affairs, and of the
ideas and Intentions of Mayor Lee,
as to arouse a suspicion that it wn.)
mainly composed nearer to this city
than Toronto.
lie this as It may, however, we wlll
just   deal   with   this  contribution  to
our contemporary in the usual  way. I
We are obliged to the writers for the
ad vj<<- of perfection whfch they offer,'
bnt we feel that we are not altogether
inexperienced   in   our   business   and
.are    able  to  manage  tbe    editorial
columns of the  News  without    any
outside   assistance.      It  is  touching
to read of a further example of this
paternal   spirit  evinced    by  Messrs.
Stimson;   to  know  that    they  have
.taken such an interest in New Westminster,  and  that  out  of  pure  and
simple  charity  they  took  100,000  of
the 1909 debentures at par, and later
acquired   the   balance   of   the   issue
amounting to $298,000.
It is perhaps a little curious that
this Toronto flrm "began to take an
interest in the city" just at the time
���when Mayor Lee flrst took office, that
is in the early part of 1910. This coincidence might be allowed to pass'
unnoticed but for the circumstance
*<bat when this linn came forward in
the si ring ot this year with a pro-
jiosal to ac: inlro the new bond;
""Mayor Lee te ided, and in our opinion rightly, that it would be a matter of very bad Judgment to give
part of an issue to one firm and part
lo another firm," and therefore,
handed the whole over to .Messrs.
Stimson.
That Mayor Lee should have taken
>i|*>n himself to dec! le this matter i l
wba! we so strongly object to, especially under the circumstances
which prevailed. The council, or at
any rate the finance committee of
thai body Bhould have decided this
very Important question, Instead of
this, however, neither the council nor
lhe committee was consulted.
Messrs   Stimson  attempt,  Just  an
Mayor I ii,i when his action   was
criticised and objected to. to make *
big show of the tact thai they undertook  to make a public issue   of the
bomb In London,   They say in their
lettei:
. ���'     "Compared     with     this     utimate
^achievement,  thc   mailer   of one   or
two per cent, or even  more   in   the
price   realize 1   for   these   bonds    re-
.solves itself into u  mere peccadillo."
K     We cannot regard ii  as as a mere
Xpperradillo that  this city should have
Ji.lost   l'..c   aforesaid   cue  or   two   per
���cent   (   as  a   matter   of  fact    it   was
;:fcearly three per cent)  which another
-������*-t'BhPl"*-a,lle  <i,ln  'lamely   Wood   Gundy
Co.  with  the same facilltlties  for
lng a quotation on the   London
rket  were  prepared   to  give,  nnd
Brd  did secure  up to   date   Rurn-
bonds at '.iil.T:!.
ie  source of  Inspiration   of   the
Imate    paragraph    of   Messrs.
lawn's letter is too evident to need-
ent:
Ve ourselves btligve thai the ac-
:��f  Mayor^'Lee   in  selling   these
S5"he did was not only justili-
. tut    the    whole   negotiations
^calculated to be in the best in-
irdf .the city at large."
tania, which traversed the distance
between Queenstown and. New York
in the remarkable time Of four days,
ten hours and forty-one minutes. The
Mauretanla has Just-made her hundredth Atlantic crossing*
After  Many: Days.
Bogota,   Columbia,   June    14.���Thc
two Columbians, who, in the summer
of 1909, severely stabbed William B.
McMaster, the   American   vice-consul
at  Cartagena, were today sentenced
to imprisonment, one to 14 years and
the other for six years.    McMasters
is a Colombian by birth, but was ap-
1 pointed to his post form New York.
I At the time of the assault there was
I some anti-American feeling in Colom-
, bia and  McMasters became involved |
ln a dispute with Mario   Lara   Cor- \
dova, an editor, and Adelarde Barrera,
resulting in the assault of. which the
two men were convicted
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a sure-enough athlete. It is a
case of fitting style to statue
and all the genius of the designer is called into action. In
the 20th Century Brand line
you will find styles for the tall,
the slim, the stout, the corpulent, the big man, the little man
���every build. Old fashioned
tailors put the same style on
them all.
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New  Westminster, B.  C. Phones  L117,   R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623.
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers*
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Just Received
Large shipment of Grass
Chairs, Rockers and Settees
direct from Hong Kong
Rockers from $2.85 worth $5.00 each
Bamboo Verandah Shades   .   75c.
Everything for the Camp
Camping Cots . . $2.25
Camp Mattresses     .    g .       1��25
Everything as low In price for
Complete   House Purnlshlng
Davis & Wilkinson
The Men Who Save You Money
Phone 707. 655 Front St., Ne tr Westminster
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Save a little systematically, for It Is tbe stuff tbat tho foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what la
needed now and to invest for what shall be needed in tbe future.   Money cannot be Invested until It is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINQ8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000.006.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
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For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
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Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Hr, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 281.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR
Automobile   Insured
AGAINST  FIRE  AND COLLISION.
I can give jqu full infoimulon.    The rates are low.
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
613 Columbia  Street. Over  Bank  of Toronto.       Phone 927.
TOWlif
OPERA HOUSE
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
Two Nights, Friday and Saturday
June 16 and 17
Friday Matinee, 4 p.m.
HIGH CLASS
Moving Pictures
ADDED ATTRACTION
Gottfried   Rodrigues
World's Champion Long
Distance Walker.
INTERESTING    ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON 45,000 MILE WALK.
ADMISSION 10c AND 20c. MATINEE  10e
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS "      THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
sports"
C. W. CROSS TO JOIN
WITH TOMMY BURNS
THE DAILY NEWS.
IN ATTEMPTING TO BRING CUP
TO ALBERTA���THE SCHEME
WILL COST MANY DOLLARS.
The Calgary News Telegram states
that Tommy Hums' partner in. the
project to put a lacrosse team ot
Minto Cup challengers ln Calgary ls
the Hon. C. W. Cross, of Edmonton
This seems rather strange news, unless the team ls to be representative
of Alberta, and have players from all
over the province. Otherwise it is
not likely that Mr. Cross would invest his money���and lt will take
110,000 from the pocket* of Tommy
Burns and Mr. Cross to finance the
���cheme��� behind a team to represent
Calgary alone.
Quoting from tbe News Telegram,
Tommy Hums says: "It is the ambition of my life to win the Minto Cup.
Mr. Cross is Just as keen as- myself,
and would like to see the cup come
to this province. This year we are
amateurs, and may decide to remain
so. We may not decide to go after
the cup next year, but as far as I
know we will go after the Minto Cup
from the very first of the coming
year. It Is too early to talk definitely
on th" matter, but that is my ambition���the ambition of my life."
Mr. Cross was a lacrosse player in
bis early days, playing ln the C. L.
A. in tbe days when Orillia, Bradford, Colllngwood, Beaverton, Orangevllle and the rest of the northern Ontario towns were in their prime aj
nests of lacrosse players. Mr. Cross
also enjoys the distinction of bein,;
one of the hest lacrosse players in
the history of the University of Toronto.
*> BA8EBALL. *)
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NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Wednesday, June 14.
At Vancouver���Vancouver 8-2, Victoria 1-3.
At Portland���Spokane 9, Portland 12.
At  Seattle���Seattle  18,  Tacoma 9.
MINORU  PARK.
HUGH MclNTOSH  18
8EEKING NEW FIELD
London. June 14.��� Hugh Mcintosh
announced that he had completed arrangements for a building at Earls'
Court the largest pugilistic arena in
the world, and plans for a flght circuit which will take in London, Paris
and cither Sydney or Melbourne. He
says he will get the best fighters In
the world under contract to make bll
circuit. "Too many cranks and police regulations In the States to make
it Bafe to open a big sporting club
there," he added^
SALMON BELLIES PREPARE
FOR SATURDAY'S STRUGGLE
Fourth Day, Wednesday, June 14.
First race, four furlongs, two-year-
oils���1, Big Ike (103; 2, Annuitv
(106); 3, Ah Moon (112).
Second race, five furlongs���1, Redan
(116); 2, Eel (107); 3, Minnedocla
(107).
Third race, flve furlongs���1, Canape
(103); 2, W. V. Brumby (114); 3,
Irish Mali  (111).
Fourth race, six furlonga���1, Dr.
Dougherty (117); 2, Seth (107); 3,
Pride of Llsmore (114).
Fifth race, one mile���1, Nettle
Travers (109); 2, Capewell (117); 3,
Tripping (105).
Sixth race, one mile and seventy
yards���1, Collnet (107); 2, Salali
192); 3, Miss Roberta, (107).
The inaugural steeplechase, two
and one-eighth miles���1, Schweitzer
(157);  no others finished.
Colinet broke track record by one-
fifth seconds, her time being 1 minute 45 2-5 seconds.
MATTERS MARTIAL
BY GARETH
���
The airship built at Barrow-in-Fur-   Wolaeley-Slddeley ' gasoline   engine.
ness for the British navy, and launch.  ih^ ,are **�����* *f cove[fd VM^V
... ,,      ������,.,,      _  I way ln which are tbe quarters of the
ed there on May 22, ls probably the crew ControI ,g obtained by means
most up-to-date and effective vessel 0f a series ot horizontal and vertical
ot her class in the world. When the1 rudders. Her crew of nine consists
admiralty do anything at' all, lt can | of Lieutenant Uaborne, In command,
generally be taken for granted tbat lt and Lieutenant Talbot as his assist-
will be done.well and this new con- ant, two petty officers, two engineeis
ceptlon of theirs seems to comprise' and three able seamen,'one of whom
all that is wonderful in tbe worl.I of j Is an expert photographer,
aeronautics, to begin with, she is ap- Judging from the present rate of
parently amphibious, being capable progress which ls being made ln aer-
of flying through tbe air at a speed of k lal navigation, tbe command of tbe
forty miles an hour or riding at an air will be aa essential to Great Brit-
cbor on the face of the waters. The' ain ae an Island nation, as the con-
greatest secrecy has, of course, been1 trol of tbe sea. The range of possl
observed with regard to her construe-, blllties open to war in the air Is at
tlon, and consequently very little in- present unfathomable. When imlta
formation Is available concerning it. | tion homha can be dropped from an
The framework ls composed of a new enormous height onto a target repre-
metal of the name Of "Duranlum," | eentlng tbe 4eck oi a battle-ship, as
which ls said to combine the lightmese was recently done at Brooklands, it
t)f aluminum with the strength and behoovea those who h��ve, their mil
flexibility of steel. This frame la
sheathed In a fabric, also recently
discovered, which Is waterproof and
airtight, and which has been treated
with a paint properties which enables it to resist light and beat and
which, therefore, renders the hydrogen enclosed Impervious to the expansion and contraction generally re
lions tied up in Dreadnoughts to
search for ��� means of retaliation, and
It Is good to aee that Mie Hritish
naval authorities are w usual in the
fore.
HIEROGLYPHICS ON
ANCIENT   CLIFF
Kallspell, June 14.���In a secluded
nook of one of the beautiful- Islands
in the narrows of Flathead Lake bas
been discovered a cliff upon whose
face is plainly traced tbe quaint hieroglyphics of the early Flathead In-.
dians, representing horses, men and'
warlike figures, ln red paint, many
feet above high water mark.
Roland Reed, wbo has been on a
two weeks' tour of picture taking for
the chamber of commerce, accompanied hy F. M. Child, visited the island ln a canoe, and, finding thc
water of sufficient depth, they pushed
their way far into the overhung recess of the cliff. Here upon the plain
face of the ledge sixty feet above the
ground were the quaint symbols of
the red man, telling in their romantic way of some memorable conflict
between the Flatheads aijd their erstwhile enemies, the Kootenais.
. The painting Is said to be superior
to those of "Painted Rocks" on the
west shore of the lake, which have
been known fo thirty-five years, but
regarding which there has never been
an authentic legend obtained from
the savages, although they perpetuate
fragmentary history of a desperate
tribal struggle in the distant decades.
Mr. Reed will return and take some
views of the painted cliff.
The boy* wfll be baek from camp
by the end of this week, and we may
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ then expect to see a little life about
sultant from changes of atmosphere, the now deserted armouries. From
The hydrogen is contained In seven- all accounts thtey axe having a very-
teen ballonettes, each quite distinct I hot and dusty tfme. I have bad sev-
and separate from tbe others. Alto- eral letters from Kamloops and in all
gether they contain over seven nun-! of them I see ominous mention of
dred thousand cubic feet, which gives | parade ground and -drin. I hope thtf
a lifting power of twenty-one tons. \, commarfdant hasn't taken tbe men
The lower part of the fabric has been i all -tbe way up tbere to teach them
treated with a damp proof paint.! how to form fours. There will be
Suspended under tlte framework are some sor* heads if that fs tbe case,
two gondolas built of wood each con- but we shall hear all about It In a
taining   a   two   hundred   horsepower   very few days now.
OPEN LIQUOR TRAFFIC
PREFERRED TO BLIND PIG8
Ottawa, June 14.���Are the people
of Cobalt tired of the "blind pig" epidemic and the other evils which local option operating in a mining town
is said to have ? They are having a
chance to put their opinion on record
according to Kev. Father J. O.
Forget, parish priest of Cobalt, a
guest at tbe Windsor today. He states
tbat a petition to the Ontario government asking for the grant of four licenses is being circulated and widey
signed by the business men of tbe
Silver Town.
Father Forget says that Cobalt has
now settled down into Its place as a
brisk business place, and the days of
mining camp history are recalled
only by the frequent smuggling of II-1
quor in from surrounding places.
This smuggling fs done mostly avt dead
of night, and is a picturesque If illegal, business, wbicb smacts at the
old "revenue cutter" days in England.
Immorality Is still too rife in Cobalt, according to Rev. Father Forget who is leaving his congregation
of four thousand- for a three months'
vacation at the seaside:
Accident at T23 Years.
Bakersfield, Cal., June 14.���Bom
November 1, 1788, Mra. Mary Rodriguez died here today at tbe age of
123 years, seven months and eleven
days. She was a native of Mexico.
A fall in which Mrs. Rodriguez sustained a fracture-of a- tip bone, rom-
pelled her to spendi the last five
months of her life ihi bed, but theretofore she had' hardily known a sick
day.
If practice for two solid hours ls
any criterion of good intentions, then
the victory of the Salmon Bellies in
Saturday's match Is already assured.
Yesterday the full team turned up at
Queens park, according to instructions, and for 160 minutes keen play
was witnessed hy a small hand of admirers. It would be unfair to make
comparisons, as every player put his
mind Into the business on hand, and
came out of thiB serious practice with
flying colors. The stickbandling wa*
smart, and almost faultless, and
uugers well for the important engagements which have to be met, three
Within the space of nine days. Vancouver will require to be absolute
world beaters to overcome the Royals
on Saturday, and there were few at
yesterday's try-out who held out any
hope for the bunch from the Terminal
���City.
The line-up of the Westminster
team was given out officially after
the practice as under:
Goal, Sandy Cray; point, Tom Gifford; cover point, Johnny Howard;
defence field, Jimmy Gifford, George
Rennie and Tom Rennle: centre, Cliff
Spring; home field, Hill Turnbull,
Punk Wintemute, Pat Feeney; out-,
side home, Len Turnbull; Inside
home. Cordon Spring.
Money to Loan
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements��fSale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The .Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Streel New Westminster
The WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham Dresses, all in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies' Wash Shirts in white and colors from $1.65 up
A. J. Bivteh,
617 Colombia Street     J
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INTERMEDIATE LACROSSE
AT QUEENS PARK TONIGHT
The following is the Sapperton lineup for the Intermediate game between Sapperton and the West Knd
at Queens park this evening at fi'.DO
Coal, Clouson; point, \V. Patchell;
cover point, G. Atkinson; defence
field. \V. Kollls, L. Carroll and It.
MacKenzie; centre, S. Hume: home
Held. \V. Kraser, H. Fraser an.l A.
Follis; outside hom> B, Johnson,
and inside home, II. Coutts: Spare*
include Nelson and Mills.
The West End line-up will be: Goal,
G. Bangster; point, Mortison; cover
point, Gregory; defence field, Cooper,
L. Adams and Battson; centre, . L.
Sangster; home field, D. Haggard, R.
Sangster and Keefer; inside hojno,
Feeney; outside home, Swanson;-
spare, Henderson.
W. Gifford will refere?.
EDWARD LONGFELLOW
FINDS BERTH IN TORONTO
Toronto, June 15.���Ed. Longfellow,'
formerly Vancouver's Inside home1
player, has arrived in Toronto, and
not only has he been signed up by
the club of that eastern city, but forsooth, last evening he was the guest
of honor at a banquet given by the
Toronto Street railwayman. Edward,
who was Blgned lip by Secretary
Thompson, immediately he arrived in
the east burg, ceased to cut a big
figure on the Vancouver home when
Con Jones imported I.alonde, Allen
and Archie Adamson from the east.
The easterners are surpiised not to
llnd bim a man of larger stature, from
the accounts wired from the we3t.
New Westminster City Property is the Best
Investment-Look Over These Snaps :
Alberta street,  sew  four-room cottage, lot cleared aad fenced.  Price
only $1450 and $250 cash handles this.
Sixth street, kv modern seven-roomed house.   Price 93500, terms
to arrange.
finished,   oa   large
Sixth avenue, mr five-roomed cottage,    nicely
cleared lot.   Price (3000, terms to arrange.
Deslable building site, lot' on Fourth   street   between   Third   and
Fourth avenue. Price $1600; one-halt caah, balance to arrange.
Cleared lot. Ovens avenue, 60x120, near car line and in rapid growing locality.    Price $685.   One-third  cash,  balance   6,   12   and   IS
months.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW    WESTMINSTER     CITY SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
Good lot on Fifth street, 50 x 150,
$700; $250 cash; balance 6 and 12
months. Also lot on Nanimo St.,
$1,000; 1-4 cash; bai. 6 and 12 months.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Room 16, Collister Block.
Phone 929.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
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Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. B'y
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THURSDAY, JUNE  15, 1911.
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iTWWMs for Automobile     F**?** f750WrSPtf? ?*
Passenger Fore Door Touripg Lar which will be uiven
Commences Today in Real Earnestg�� a$ First Grand Prize by The g i
Names of Candidates in Daily and Weekly News Three
Thousand Dollar Contest Announced
on Page Two
Read Them Oyer, Pick A Winner, Vote For Her
If You Are a Woman, Married or Single, and Your Name is Not in the List/ Send it
at Once-Nomination Blank Will Be Found on This Page~The $1,750.00
McLaughlin Auto is On Display at T. A. Muir's Drug Store.
��� T. A. Muir & Co..   the   dls-
��� penslng chemists   at   441 Co-
��� lumbia street, have kindly al-
��� lowed the Daily News a place
��� in their window to display the
��� new McLaughlin   auto   which
��� will be given away August 5,
��� and everyone ls invited to call
��� there and Inspect lt.
�����������������������������������������������
The great battle of ballots for the
three thousand dollars worth of
prizes ls on ln full force.
Nearly one hundred bright and energetic ladles have already been nominated to compete. The Daily News is
proud of this list, as it contains
names of some of the most popular
and deserving ladles in this section
of B- C, and we wish to state right
here that the Daily News is going to
keep up its end of the game by mak
lng lt the most valuable contest ever
undertaken by any newspaper ln a
town the size of New Westminster.
We are eoing to run this contest on j
a fair and square basis and no candidate will  have the  slightest   advan-
tage over another. |
The prizes are divided equally into
three  districts,  the  country   district
having an equal chance with the city.
Is there a lady in any part   of   tha [
community that would not be proud
of an automobile, a piano, gold watch
or any of the valuable prizes we are
giving won by her energy?   We know
there is not.      Anyone can go   to a
music   store  and   purchase  a  piano.
but there is nothing out of the ordinary in doing that.    Hut to win ono
in a competition   of this kind is an
honor.    .Not only that but the prizes '
will last a lifetime.      You can have
the pleasure of telling your friends in I
after years of the  great contest you
��� , The candidate r^elving the most
*y votes In the remaiimig three districts
^l will be awarded the $500 piano    Thl*
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piano was purchased from the Columbia piano home and ls on display
at their store, the Walker block, 426
Columbia street.
The candidates getting the greatest
number of votes after the winners of
the grand prizes will be given their
choice of the district prizes.
The Nine District Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from
the Westminster Modern Business college. They are good for eight months
tuition and worth $96 each.
Three handsome furniture sets
worth $75 each purchased from Galloway & Lewis and can be seen at their
store, corner Fourth and Columbia
streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold
watcher worth $40 each, purchased
from and on display at T. Gifford's
Jewelry store on Columbia street.
������������������������������������������������
*> THE CONDITIONS. *>
��� Any    woman,    married    or   ���
��� single, is eligible    to compete   ���
��� providing the    conditions    set   ���
��� forth below are complied with.   ���
��� Candidate must reside in the   '<*>
��� district in which they are ���
I ���   competing.    No candidate will   ���
��� be allowed to transfer votes to   ���
��� another after receiving them ���
' ��� for herself. *y
I ���       Every    candidate   must    be   ���
��� regularly nominnted on blanks ���
[���   printed in the Dally and Week-   ���
��� ly   News   or   a   similar blank   ���
��� furnished by the   contest    de-   ���
��� partment. *y
��� Xo    statement   or   promise   ���
��� made  by any    solicitor,    can-   ���
��� vasser or agent varying from   ���
��� the rules as set  forth will  be    ���
��� recognized by the Daily News.
��� AU coupons must be neatly
��� trimmed and fastened together
��� before sending them to this de-
��� partment or dropping them in
��� tbe ballot boy or they will be
��� rejected.
��� No employee or member of
��� employee's family of the Dally
��� NetfS can enter this contest.
*> All questions that may arise
��� will be determined by the con-
��� test manager and bis decision
������ will be final.
��� All money paid to the   con-
��� testants on subscriptions must
��� be sent direct   to   the contest
��� manager.    We wlll    acknowl-
��� edge receipt of all remittances
��� and special ballots will be   ls-
���sued and forwarded to the can-
��� didate.
��� Contestants who live ln one
��� district are not prevented from
��� securing votes or subscriptions
��� in any other locality as votes
��� are  allowed  on  any  paid    or
��� prepaid   subscription.     If   an
��� order for a subscription Is sent
��� in  with the money votes will
��� be issued in favor of any con-
��� testant that the    writer    may
��� designate and be returned    to
��� the subscriber or mai ed to the
��� candidate if desired. In no case
��� will any change be made that
��� Is not of equal fairness to all
��� candidates.
��� The News reserves the right
��� to make any changes of addi-
��� tlons to the- above  conditions
��� that may be deemed necessary
��� in the interest of the contest-
��� ants.
��� In accepting nominations all
��� candidates    must  accept    and
��� agree to the above conditions.
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Body���Very   carefully   designed   for
,   comfort and beauty of outline.
Extra large doors easy of access.
Seats���Five passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed  leather;
I easy spring backs and spring
cushions.
Wheel Base���106 Inches.
Gauge���5�� inches.
Tires���3^x32 quick detachable.
Brakes���Two on rear hub, Internal
expanding; also external contracting.        ,
Springs���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear,
semi-Elliptic on front.
Frame���Pressed    steel.      3Vs    Inches
drop.
Horse Power���26.
Cylinders���Four with valves in head,
4x4 inches.
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water, centtifugal pump and
fan.
Ignition���Jump spark.
Current  Supply���"Splitdorf"  Magneto
and dry cells.
Carburetor���-"Schebler" automatic.
Lubrication���Splash system, gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically.
Motor Control���On top of steering
wheel.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bronze
���    hardened steel plates.
Drive���Shaft. U
Color���Cherry Red.
and
Price���$175o, including oil   tall    and side lamps, two gas   head   lamps, horn, wheel Jack, pump and
tool equipment, robe rail, rail in   tonneau, half length foot rail In front. Top and glass front.
2nd Grand Prize-the
$500 Weymouth Piano
THAT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE NEWS IS ONE OF THE
BEST MADE IN CANADA AND 18 SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY THE COLUMBIA PIANO HOUSE IS NOW ON DI8PLAY AT THEIR STORE, 425
COLUMBIA STREET.
took  part  In, in 1011', aud came   out ||
victorious.
Be one of the live ones. Stan now
and you will Iind how easy It will be
to win.
A complete description of thei
prizes and the way they are to awarded will be found on this page. Any
lady that wishes to compete in this
great contest will also find nomination  blank on  this page.
Remember it costs nothing to participate. Fill in the nomination blank
on this page of the .sews and seni
to us. Vou are then a candidate. By
doing this yon are under no obligation
whatever. Vou simply commence seeing your filends to git tliem to vote
lor you. Think what a profit would
be yours should you win any of the
prizes.
If you clo not care to nominate
yourself, nominate some friend. You
are doing them a favor und it will be
appreciated, The nomination ballot
will count for 1000 votes.
These prizes are gifts from the
Westminster News, and we mean it
When we say they will be given away
absolutely free.
Instructions for Voting.
Kntcr the name of the young lady
whom you wish to secure one of the
valuable prizes in this contest at
once. Better still, get the young lady
to enter her name, and then vote
for her. Those who get lt at the start
have the host chance of winning, so
It is desirable that the names be entered at once. Candidates who enter this contest do not necessarily
have to he subscribers to this paper.
Enter your name, and your friends
wlll do the rest.
The  District.
In   order   to   give every candidate
Mi equal chance to become the posses-
bt of  one  ot"  these   valuable  prizes
lie  territory  has been  divided    into
fcree districts as follows:
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���t side of Phth street, within New
JTestmlnster  city  limits.
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st  *Ide  of  Sixth  street,  including
pperton.
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fthe  Daily and  Weekly  News out-
the city limits of New Westmin-
The  Prizes.
Eleven in all. Two grand prixes and
-  district   prizes   will   be   divided
I  the  three  districts  as   follows:
he candidate receiving the great-
���numher. of votes in the three dis-
comblned  will  be awarded the
iStcLaughlin Buick touring car.
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IN THE
WESTMIN8TER  MODERN
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Columbia  Street,
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This Modem Business School asks
yonr candid consideration of the excellent advantages afforded by the
Institution t<> acquire a substantial
foundation for success in life. It Is
well equipped, thoroughly organized,
honestly conducted BiibIik'hh School,
progressive and mod��rn ln Kb methods,   and   thoroughly     up-to-date     anl
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Jeweler, and can be seen at his store, Columbia street.
The Three $75.00 Furniture Sets
that The News will Give Away
Were purchased from GALLOWAY & LEWIS, Westminsters progressive
furniture dealers, and they can be seen at their store, 401-403 Columbia
Street, corner Fourth street.
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Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care of The Daily News, Phone, L 22 r     THUR8DAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS:
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
eon, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchaae the following described lauds: Commencing
at a post planted at tbe southeast side
of the south end of Read Island anl
St the northeast corner of T. L. 37602
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 cliains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
-320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agen
Dated Aprll loth, 1911.
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COAST T.AND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
. Coast���Take notice that 1, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
-Occupation broker, -Intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
tlie southeust corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chalnB, thenco
east 80 chains, tbence south 60
���cliains to salt water, thence following
ehore line In southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
Jo point of  commencement, contain-
ng 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent,
bated April <;th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,   Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, II. C , occupation
married  woman,  Intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe tollowlng
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at tbe southeast corner
Of  W.   P.   S.   142,    thence    east    80
' chains, thence north 40 chaina, thence
West    80    chains, tbence    south    40
Chains to point    of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or lesa.
EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated Aprll 12th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn. of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Oreen
lake, which point is    situate    about
sixty  ((0) chains south-westerly from
Ithe northerly end of the said Green
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the east half of suburban lot G5,
block 5  (except the roadway), lu
the City ot New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of cer
tiflcate of title number 3352A, lasuei
ln the name of Mary K. Williams, has
been flled ln thla office.
Notice is hereby given that I aha'.l,
at the expiration of one month from'
the date of the flrat publication here-
lake, thence west 40 chaina, thence I0'' ,n a d*"y newapaper published in
nth 40 chains, thence east 40 chains! the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,    M
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry   Office,   New  West-
mlnsier, B.C. May 1,3, 1911.
-HaSe,
re or less to tbe shore of Green
thence northerly following the
shore of Gren lake to the point ot
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty  (160)  acres more or
Q HARkV TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22,  1911.
Coast land district���District cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at i
post planted 10 chains north of the
aoutheast corner of lot 111, thence
east GO chains, thence south 60 chains,
tbence west 60 chains, thence north
���0 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice tbat I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to an-
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of tbe north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Post: thence soutb eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty cbalns; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NE\# WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westmln
ster.-Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer
chant, intend to apply for permlaslon
to purchase tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from. Haalam Lake, thence
���outh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thonce north 80 chains, thence
eaat 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acrea more
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
cnnuies'
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Color and Beauty of the Hair
Preserved with a Harmless
Remedy Made from Sage.
Druggists everywhere comment on thi
fact (hat they nre selling large quantities  of  soce  for
"sage ten
priinilrootlii'ra mr promonm; tne gi    .
of tlieir hair, nakhig it fluffy nnd beautiful ond restoring iH antnrnl color.
The demand for this well-known hi-rh
for this purpose h.vi Ik-oii ��o gr-ont that
one mrintifmti.i-cr has taken mlrantnge
of the fact nnd ins placed on the market
an Ideal "unge tea," cnntnii.injr Mfrbnr.
a ralunhle remedy for dondrnff nnd
scnl| raphes nnd Irritations, called
Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Hnir Remedy.
The mannfnetnrers of this remedy
authorize druggists to sell it nnder guarantee thnt the money will he refunded If
It falls to do exnetly as represented.
This preparation Is offered to the
public st fifty cents s bottle, and ii
recommended nnd sold by all druggists !
Special
H. Ryall
RETIRE8 AFTER 30 YEAR8 SERVICE WITH SPLENDID HISTORY���SHOT BY NOTORIOUS
CATTLE  RU8TLER.
Winnipeg, June 14.���Chief J. C. Mc-
Take notice that an application has
been  made  to  register  Edwin John
Bond as the owner ln Pee Simple, un-  __  __   	
far a Tax Sale Deed from Edward j thence east 8o"chahis to the" polnt~ot
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, lo' commencement and containing 640
Edwin John Bond, bearing uate the,acrea moie or ,eM
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS ,. ....__^    __    _
TRICT-District or New Westm nj UNITED   BROTHERHOOD
ster.���Take notice tnat I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chaina, thence west
80  chains, tlience   south   80   chains
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coaat���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at 9
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, tbence nortb 60 chains,
* hence east 60 chains, thence soutli
40 chalnB, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Uoone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   lfith.   1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at n
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, tbence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, tbence east
40 chains, thence soutb 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll lfith, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
���of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted southeast corner of
T. L. 81792, thence noith 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 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calvary, Alberta, occupation spinster, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T. L. 81792, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence cast
SO chains, tbence north 80 chains t.i
point of commencement, containing
tilO acres more or less.
HANNA  BCKHLER,
Booite Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911,
21st day of August, A. D. 1907. of all
and singular tbat certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly
lng and being ln the District of New-
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described aa Lot 59, subdivision ot Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons   claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered   instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in  the said  land   by descent,  whose
title is not registered under the provisions  of the "Land  Registry  Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within    forty-five
daya from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being flled within such period, or   lu
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land, and 1 shall register Edwin John  bond as owner thereof in
fee.   And I hereby order that publlca
tion of this notice for thirty days ln
a dally newspaper published in New
Westminster  will   be  good  and   sufficient 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.
May 2, 1911.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
making old-fnshlmird j Rae, of the Winnipeg pollce force,
:e ten." nuh ns was nse.1 by our j wm retire to private lite July 31, on
dmothers for promoting the growth I wh,ch d(Ue  ^  wl���  haye   comp,eted
tils thirtieth year on the police force.
Ills resignation, which has been handed in frequently during tbe laat flve
years, and always refused by tbe police commission, has et last been accepted.
Tbe chief retiree on a auperannua
tlod of 12485, or three-flftha of his
aalary. Despite tbe sensation* caused
by moral and social reform lectures,
the commission In common with the
general' publlc baa had confidence in
tbe chief, and the good name of Winnipeg has been considered aa sate
under Chief McRae aa it could well
be under any officer.
Fifty-two Yeara of Age.
John C. McRae, chief of the force,
was born in Carlton county. Ontario,
March 4, 1859, and received hia education at the public schools of bia
native county. He came to Manitoba
in 1879 and took up a hameetead
near Minnedosa in the same year; he
soon gave up farming, however, and
Groceries,      Hardwara.     ftirraoa,
Riga, Etc.���Lessen, Dickie Oram A.
Company va Frederick Sortman.
Under and by virtue ot an order ot
the Hon. Mr. Justice Clement, nia.lt*
herein, Iwlll offer for sale by publlc auction on Monday the Nineteenth day of June, 1911, at eleven
o'clock In the forenoon, at Port Mann
grocery, Yale road, all of tbe stock
ln trade of the defendant consisting
in part of groceries, feed, hardware,
tobacco, cigars, a small quantity of
gents furnishings, etc, etc., the invoices of which amount to $1750.00,
also two horses, two delivery wagons,
one democrat, one single buggy, one
wagon, two sets of harness. Bids will
be received at the sale fov the atock
ln bulk, at a percentage on the dollar, based upon tbe Inventory and
Stock Sheets which can be seen upon
application at the Sheriffs office. New
Westminster, and at the store Yale
road.
The horses, harness and rigs will
be solo separately.
Terms of sale caah.
Dated tbis 12th of June, 1911.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Sheriff, County of Westminster.
Agents,    D. S. Curtis and
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent of- ���   ���
flee. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone1 ?Hme to Winnipeg.   He waa appointed
L 508, Residence pbone 501.
fa
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given tbat Letters
of Administration to the estate of
Elizabeth   Ann   Scott  deceased   Inte-
to a position on the police force to.
August, 1881, and received the appointment of chief in February, 1187.
He is of flne personal appearance,
standing six feet three inches in
height and weighing 225 pounda,
Good Record;.
During Chief McRae's regime, this
city has been  remarkably  free from
WATER NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given tbat an application will be made under Part V.
of tbe "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster district
(a). Tbe name, address and occupation of tbe applicant���C. E.Cotch-
lng, Burquitlam, B. C rancher.
<b>. The name of the lake, stream
or sooree (if unnamed, the description la)���Unnamed, running tbrough
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(if). The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The' character of the proposed
works���Hyidranlic���and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water Is to be used (describe same)
of  British  Columbia In  probate    io  border city.    The moment   a   crime  nuby. *���������***&*, -~~   ***
John Reece Scott and Loftus Roberti   was committed ln any of the Minne-       <S).   The purposes for which   the
Scott, tbe 30th May, 1911, and all per-; aota towns or cities, the news   was I water is to Be  usee*���Domestic   and
sons having any claims or demands  flashed that the culprits had gone Oe> agricultural!
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-|8t*te>  late of Westminster Junction,  crime of a serious   nature,   notwitb         . 7 ���,
TRICT���District of New Westmin- wore granted by the Supreme Court standing that Winnipeg ie-a new and  ���Southwest feetfon of block f, Burster-Take notice that I. R. B. Fran,'"'  u""^,^  rt"'"~       ' -*"    ~   K"-"- -"������    ""- "���'     "
eis, of Vancouver,    occupation    merchant, Intend to apply for permlaslon
to  purchase   the  following  described
lands:
Commencing   at   a    poat   planted
about one  mile eaat of T. L   32454,
and  two miles from   Haslam   Lake,
tbence east 80 chaina. tbence soutb
80   cbalns,   tbence   weat   8 0  chains,
thence north 80 chains   to   point of
commencement   and   containing   640
acrea more or lesa.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,   Agent.
May 2, 1911.
LAND   REGI8TRY   ACT.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take  notieo  that   I,  James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation  broker,    Intends    to
ripply for permission to purchase ths
following described lands:  Commencing at a  post  planted  at the northwest corner  of  the Green  Point  Indian,reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence north  80  chains,  thence east
40 chaina, thence    south 80    chains,
containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Ke:lln, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 tn
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30|
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
ot the south half of section 18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued lo
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming un estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry   Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deedp relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
ta) 1,'ith March, 1895. Grant from
the crown to Farquhar Mcltae.
(b) Conveyance in fee from Fur-
quhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
(c) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Ste\enson to .1. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in feo under power of sale
contained in mortgage.
(d) 21st March, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from .1. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of N��w Weatmin^
ster.-Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permission to
purchaae the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodoali lake, at T.
L. 31562,. thence 80 chaina. went, thence:'
80 cbalns north, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains south to point o*
commencement, and containing 640
acrea mare or leaa.
W. Ht FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19. 1911.
(k). Thla notice was posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner on tbe 14th day of July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. nr.
(1). Give the names and arfdre see
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the1 proposed
works, either abore or below fhe outlet���Mr. ROwe; Johnson, road. Burquitlam, B. C; Mr. White; Hsmifton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Green
road:
C. E. COTCHrNG,
Bbrqufttam, ft. C
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT-Dlit it of New- Weatmin*
ster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about,
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains^
thence north 80 chains, thence wesv
80 chains, tbence south 80 chains te
point of commence, und containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent
May 1% 1911.
agalnat the aald Elizabeth Aim Scott, Winnipeg. Tbe extraditiom la we be-
who died at the City of New Weat- tween tbe two countries were auch
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are that any criminal short of a murderer
required on or before the let day of, was safe once the soles of his feet
July, 1911, to send by poat prepaid touched Britiah soil. In this war
or to deliver to tbe undersigned soi lei- numbers of celebrated crooks fbund
tors of the said John Reece Scott and tbeir homes in the metropolis. Later,
Loftus Robert Scott, administrators, if they failed to behave themselves*,
their names aad addresses, and full they found homes at Stony Moun
particulars in writing of their dalma, taia.
and statement of their accounts verl- Ose of the first cases In whicititha
fled by statutory declaration, and tbe present chief figured prominentia
nature of the securities, it aay, held was when be arrested the notorious
ey them. 'murderer    and     robber,     "Bulldog"
And take notice that after the lst Kelly. The incidents of this arrest
day of July,. 1911, the said Jshn Rieeaa aje fresh in the memory of many
Scott and Loftus Robert Scott wiili Winnipeggers. Shortly after his ap-
pceceed t�� distribute the assets of point ment the chief had hla first bap-
tbe said deceased among; the persona clam ef lead.
entitled  theteto,  having  regard only Shot Chief McRae:
te the claims of which they shall May 24. 1887. ia the date which
then have had notice, and tbe aaadl stands eat prominently in the mm
Jehn Reece- Scott and Loftus Robert ory of Chief McRae. It -waa on that
Scott,, administrators, wttl not be date that the chief arrested Joseph
_*t>\��- tor anv debts er Abilities ot  Ptot, a notorious cattle matter, wtte
the aald Elisabeth Ann SooU of wJMah   Bad been making a practice ot a��p-, 	
they  shall na*   bave   then received  prying various butchers with   stolen 1 Tenders 1 or Car Shopt at Tr
������tice: j carcases which he invariably dreaeedl Nean-Winnipeg Man,
Dated thta 5tfc day of Jtane. 1911.    | "tlh much care and then   destroyed]    seeled  tenters  addressed
WADE,    WHEALLER.   McQUAHRlE      j^   ^erfou,   disappearance- of!
* M-ARTIN;. ��� cattle from   Speaker   Murray's   Herd
Solicitors  for John Reeee Scott and;  was reported at the local police eta
Loftw Robert Stott. tibn and Chief McRae himself worked
i       j, i     ma���  <nr the* ease.   He was not long in de-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
TRICTr-DIstrlct of  Nfinr Wettaejtb
ster.-Take notioe that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase' the following described
landfe:
NOTnCE TO CQHXRACTOWS.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope "Tender 'for Shops" will, be rer
ceived at tha office td tbe Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��� ....     ...     ��� ^b^b^b^oI the llth. day of JUily, 1911, for the
OEP*�����EW OP RA*W*YS ��.�� JS*n��LJ?5 7SXSWe  trSS&^T^^^Si
act of dressing the carcaas of a-stotlen  8pecificati0II8 0f  the Connalsslonerav
cowin the abattoir    of Penrose    &   oli ajjopg mat o{ Winnipeg.
R*J���1*- _, ��� Plans,    details    an.1    apeciflcationa
Fant consented to come peacefully L,y De B9ea at tlM offica of Mr. Gar-
to the police station; but upon arrival j
there managed   to   breakaway.
CAWALS, CANADA.
HUDSON: BAY fMILW/M:.
Notts* to Contractor*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Chief
McRae ordered him to stop, but Fant,
who bad a concealed gun, immediately commenced to tire, one of the bullets- hitting tbe chief in tlte groin.
Fant made good iria escape., and was?
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe
undarsigneit and endorsed "Tendnr
for construction of Hudson Bay RaMt
wa��," will be received at tiiis office. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
until  16 ofclock oni Tuesday, the  1st afterward caught? btit escaoed a Jail
of August, for a section ofi about 185 sentence-owing to- an error-In the iif
miles   from   Pas   MiBsion  to  Thicket formation.
P'trtage. fo this day Chief McRae   carrias
Plans,   specifications   and   form, of around a portion of this ���Millet   and
onntract to be entered Into can    be often  thinks  what  might  have  been
seen  oni and  afaer  Wednesday,  May. bad Fant's aim been more true.
11. at the office of the Chief Engineer 	
tha    Department    of    RaHmvay* EXPENSE OF GOLr
Commencing    at    a    post f ptentod j ^ c��Ib7 oiw."ind"it thVottli*! RENDERS IT ONPOPUtAR
of the; Chief Engineer ef the U,udsot��| 	
Bay    Railway,,   Winnirjeg,   at   which I    Ottawa, June 13.���"I Have given the
places forms, ef tendar may  be ofr- matter vary little thoeght but there
tuine* ' 1" no doubt that If the scheme  were
Parties tendering  will  be nequired I carried out it would lie a goad one."
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
ahout one mile east of T. L
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east SO chains, thenc* nortiu
80 chwfns, thence west 80 chains;,
thence south 80 chaitis to tht? point or
oommfneement. strut containing 6#)'
avres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hlara,  Agent.
RTsy 2, 1911.
'I    '   . 1 ��� "     I =3
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.      ,
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
Re north half of lot 34, blo^k "B," subdivision   of  lot   30,   group   2,   at
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
distiict of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of  the loss of certificate of title numher 9410F, Issued
ln the name ot    Arthur   de    Brlssac
Owen, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that. I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
^ I the City of New Westminster, issue ij
= | duplicate of the said certiacate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,    New  Westminster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Teleohone R 11S. Offlce:  Princeaa St
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or lo be prepared hy the Department ef Labor, which schedule
wi form part of tike contract.
Contractors  are  requested  to bear
ia mind, that tenders will not be con
IT PAYS TU ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE OMLY NEWS
COAL
New
I Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 34S.
Offlce, Front St., Poot of Sixth.
These- were the words of President.
J. F. Orde. of the Ottawa Clolf club,
when asked what be thought of Alderman Kent's plan to establish mt
nlcipal golf links at RoekWffe.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ "I hardly think that t��ere would
stdered unless made strictly in ac-1 be enough revenue from tbe links to
cordance with the printed forms, and. pay for Its upkeep. The initial cost.
In the case of firms, unless there are a matter of $200* or $.1(1)00 would be
attached the actual signature, tbe' tbe big stumbling block. After this
nature of the occupaUon, and place, bad been overcome it might he pos-
of residence of each member of the, stble to pay the expenses by charging
firm. | a weekly fee or so much for a round.
An accepted bank cheque for tho This, however, would deprive the peo-
sum of $200,000.00 made payable to pie for whom the links would be made
the order of tbe Minister of Railways' of a chance to play and derive the
and Canals must accompany each ten-1 benefit.    Keeping a golf ground    Is  Commissionersi wllFnnT'iw'HMii'rnr'Tr'
der, which sum wlll be forfeited lf \ expensive.    It might be possible  to I m "" palQ Ior "~
the party tendering declines entering run the thing by forming a club, but ���������      ���,
! Into contract for tbe work, at    the otherwise assistance would  have  to
rates stated in the offer submitted.    ! be given by the   improvement   com-
The cheques thus sent in will be mission  or  some  from  some   other
returned to the respective contractors source.
whose tenders are not accepted
dan Grant, Chief Engineer. Ottawa.
Ont., and Mr. S. R. PooJIn. District
Engineer.. St. Boniface, Man.
Persons tendering ara notified that
lenders will not be considered unlesa
made an the printed 4nrms supplied
by tin* Commissioners, which may be
bad om application to Xr. W. J. Prean,
Mechanical Eegineer, Ottawa, Ont.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the partfep to tbe tender,
and, witness** and. be accsajpanied
by m accepted ehetjaa on a* chartered
bask of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of tbe Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway
for the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars  ($100,000).
The cheque deposited hy the party
whose tander is accepted will be de-
l*>sited to the credit ot the Receiver
General of Canada as security for the
due and faithftf performance of the
contrtsrt according to its terms.
Cheques deposited hy parties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
Ttie right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RTAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911.
Newapapers inserting   this    advertisement without authority from the
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment of tbo
contract to be entered Into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
TENDERS.
Maaonic Temple Building.
Sealed  tenders,  superscribed  "Tea
der for General Work"  (heating   or
electric lighting, aa the case may be).
and addressed to    the    undersigned.
Lloyda Bank  In Canada.
Birmingham,  Eng., June 14.���At a ,   ,        	
special  meeting of the   officials   of will be received up to 5 p.m- of We*
Lloyds  Bank, Limited,  here the   ar nesday, 21st June, 1911, for the eree-
tides of the association were altered tlon and completion of Masonic Ten*
to permit of the opening of branches pie, Agnes Street, New Westminster,
or auxiliary Institutions in New York, B. C.
Canada. Paris and Hamburg, or to a?-1    Plans and specifications can be ok-
    quire  interests   operating   In    these tained  on  application  to the    archl-
Department of Railways and Canal3   places. R. V. Vassar Smith, chairman tecta.    The lowest or any tender not
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.                 i of the hoar:! of   directors, explained necessarily accepted.
(Newspapers  inserting  this   adver-'that  the  directors  were anxious   to GARDINER, MERCER & OARDINP
tiserpent without authority from  the  enlarge banks already doing a satis- Architects.
Department will not be paid for it.)      factory business outside of England. ,    ,             New Westminster. V  NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE IJ, 1911.
mwrvi
Do you
want to
swing
i
City News
Ve bave
Unlocks
A concert in aid of the   Swedjsh
, Lutheran church will be given on Saturday  evening by the Cour D'Alene
I College Male Octet, assisted by Mies
Myrtle  B.  Norqulst,  mezzo  soprano,
and Charlotte B.    Phinney,    pianist.
The concert will be given   at    the
temporary premises at the corner df
i St. Andrews and Eleventh streets.
���''fc
V
V
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
en flre." Why worry; Uke out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which I represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANGt
Agents for
KODAKS and
SUPPLIES
Repairing neatly and promptly
I done hy James McMilliam at Sinclair'a
I ahoe atore. ������
Thla evening a special meeting ot
the board of school trustees will bei
held ln the offices on Sixth street,
when tend<#s for the erection of u
new two roomed school at Queensborough wlll be opened and awarded.
Owing to the.limited attendance at
the monthly meeting of the Rdyal
Columbian hospital management committee yesterday, lt was decided to
adjourn till next Wednesday, aa important business had to be dealt wltii
by the members, particularly with regard to the finances of the institution.
There is an automobile owner ln
Westminster who is bemoaning th?
loss of hts gasoline burner. On Tuesday, being desirous of selling the cai-.
he let hls wish be common property.!
A stranger from the country approached him, and shortly had possession of the motor car for Just a
run round the streets. The run
round ls still in progress, or at any
rate it was at midnight.
HalrdreBslng, manicuring, massaging; room 5 Market block, over Hunter's.   Phone 870. ���*
Tonight will see the last meeting
for this season of the local Women's
Educational club. The organization,
which is held in connection with the
Columbian college, Is a factor in tho
busy life of the city, and many important propositions for the welfare
of the Royal City have had their inception at the gatherings of the club.
Tonight the members will assemble
ln the home of Mrs. Maxwell, corner
of Seventh street and Fifth avenue,
at eight o'clock.
Yesterday the funeral of John
Campbell, the man who was found
dead on Monday morning by the proprietor of the Depot hotel on going
to his roonV took place to the
Church of Kngland cemetery. Despite
the fact that the- deceased was supposed to hall from Michigan, telegrams despatched to the authorities
of that place failed to connect hfm
with any known relatives. Campbell
had a sum of money In his pocket
wllich paid for his funeral.
Dr. Bell-Irving, one of tke directors
of tbe A. B. C. canneries, was a visitor to the city yesterday, and was ln
consultation with P. H. Cunningham.
Dominion fisheries inspector. Dr.
Bell-Irving will leave about July 13
for an extended visit to the old
country.
| Unusual chance to secure a sixty
acre tract on the famed Pitt Meadows. See Kennedy Bros., Ltd!, Columbia and Begbie street, over Merchants bank. *���
James McMilliam, the shoemaker,
late of Carnarvon and ��� McKenzie
streets, bas removed to Sinclair's
shoe store, where he will be glad to
see all his old customers. **
Store Closes
at 5 o'dock.
Saturday, 9.30
ft
^.SMnRjgo^
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
Saturday, 9.30
"T-
Yesterday 'morning  Father O'Boyle
officiated at a quiet  wedding,  which
was solemnized at St. Peter's Roman
Catholic church, the contracting, parties  being  Miss   Helen  M.  McDonald
third    daughter    of    Mr.    and    Mrs.
R.     C.     McDonald,    of    this    city
and Lloyd Sipprell, of the International  Contracting company,    of  Seattle,
and   a  relative  of   the   Rev.   Dr.   Sipprell,   of     Columbian     college.     Miss
Beatrice   McDonald,     Bister'   of     tho
\ bride, and Albert Jones were brides
maid and hest man respectively. Later
the   happy   pair   left   for   the   sound
cities.
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
Ms
No-Rub
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
�� no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
We are sole agents
for the product.
45 EXCEPTIONAL
Money-Saving Bargains
Offered at Our Coronation 5ale
Space will only permit of a mere mention of these
wonderful saving opportunities we offer you during,
this sale. For full particulars, see the large circular and
full page advertisement in the last issue of daily papers.
Saving
Saving
Saving
Saving
Saving
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
Saving  No.
1���Muslins, etc 8 yards for 60c
2���Prints and Qlnghams, per yard -10c
3���Natural Pongee Silk, per yard .29c
4���Colored Pongee Silk, per yard ..35c
5���Cream Wool Dress Goods; 65c regu-
.,. lar, per yard    .. .40c
6���White" Waists;    regular   to   $2.00.
Eacn 11.00
Saving   No.
7���Black
I   Each
Voile Skirts;
regular $15.00.
 $9.75
Saving No. 22���Table Set; values $5.60. Each M-75
Saving No. 23���Napkins; values $2.00. Dozen IMS
Saving No. 24���Napkins; values $2.75.   Dozen S2.00
Saving No. 25���Napkins; values $4.00.   Dozen $3.00
��� *-
Saving No. 26���Table Damask; values 50c. Yard 35c
Saving No. 27���Fancy Linens; values to $2. Ea. $1.00
Saving No. 28���Damask Runners; values $1. Ea. 85c
Saving No. 29���Damask Runners; values 70c. Ea.We
Saving No.
Saving
Saving
Saving No
No.   8���House Dresses; values $3.50.. .$1.95
9���Linen Suits;  values $11.50. Each $5
No.
10���White Repp Suit; values to $10.00.
.   Each   86.50
Saving No.
Saving No.
Saving No.
Saving No.
Dresses;     values    to
$8.60.
.85.00
11���Fancy
'   Each   :	
12���Embroideries; values 25. Yd. 12'/2C
13���Women's Hose; values 35c. Pair 25c
14���Children's Socks; values to 35c. Per
,   Pair 25c
30���Damask
Each ...
Runners;    values
$1.25.
.$1-00
No.
15_Table Cloths; values $2. Each $1.26
IS���Table Clotiis; values $3.75. Ea, 82.7*
Taible Cloths; Coronation. Ea. $2.50
lg���Table Cloths; values $2.50. Ea. $1.75
Table Cloths; values $:i. Each $2.00
values $8.50. Ka $2.50
Saving
Saving No.
Saving No.
Saving No.
Saving No.
Saving No. 20���Table Cloths;
Saving No. 21���Table Cloths; values $-1.75. Ea. $3.50
17
19
Saving No. 31r-Bed Spreads; values $1.76, Ea. $1.25
Saving No. 32���72-Inch Sheeting; values   35c.   Per
���   yard  27'/2c
Saving No. 33���Turkish Towels; values 40c. Pr. 30c
Saving No. 31���Linen Towels; values 35c. Pair 25c
Saving No. 35���22-inch Glass Cloth. Per yard ..10c
Saving No. 36���27-inch Flannelette, 12 yds for $1.00
Saving No. 37���36-lnch Flannelette; 17V4c Yd. 12'/2c
Saving No. 38���Handkerchiefs     ..6 for 20c
Saving No. 39���Wash Belts; values 35c. Each 25c
Saving No. 40���Lisle Gloves; values 35c. Pair 25e
Saving No. 41���Hose Supportes; values 35c. Pr. 25e
Saving No. 42���Hose Supporters; values 75c. Pr. 50;
Saving No. 43���Underskirts; rallies $2.50. Ea. 81.25
Saving No. 44���Drawers: vnlties to $1.00. Rach 50e
Saving No. 45Chlldren's Vests.   Each  15c
You cannot -well afford to miss suck vai
ues.
tome
Earl:
>-
v
EASTMAN
List Prices
Curtis Drag Store
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
Sec me ahout your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
SPRING
Medicines
Muir'*   Sarsaparilla
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
AT
JUKI'S DRUG STORE
Block.   441 Columbia St.
W��w Weatmlnster, B.C.
Comment    has    In  the    past    few
months been common on the streets,
and   chiefly  among  those  from    the
old country, that the order of Druids
has  no organization  in  this city.    It
is a remarkable thing that there   is
but one lodge in Canada nnd that in1
Edmonton.   A number of e\-member.i
from   the   motherland   who  are   resi-1
dent in Westminster have decided to
form  a lodge here  and  to that  end
will convene a meeting at the end of
the summer.    One gentleman  in the
city   reached   years  ago  one  of    the
highest positions fn that order when
resident in London, and was in touch
with royalty with a view to the initiation of the   Duke   of Clarence,    when
his untimely end brought the project
to an  abrupt  conclusion.
I
At tho meeting of the board of trad ��
to  be  held  this  evening  in  (he  city
hall   building,  business of more  than
ordinary  importance  will  be discussed.     Acting   on   authority   from   the
board   the  secretary   wrote    to    the
proprietors of the Kootenay Jam company  asking why  that  firm  had  left
this city after having secured a Blto i
here for the carrying on of their lm-]
portant   business,   which   would   have'
meant  so  much  to  Westminster.    A
reply   was  received   yesterday    from'
Mission Junction, where the firm has'
now settled down, and    this    corres-j
pondence   will   be   read   tonight.     It
was suggested at the last meeting o'|
the board that the action of the cityj
council   was  responsible  in  a    large]
measure for the sudden departure ofl
the Jam makers. '.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         ��14.400,000.00
RESERVE       .12/JOO.O00.0O
Branches througnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu in I^mdon, England, N��w York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
O.8.A., and Mexico Clty. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dspartmeert���Deposits
received ln snms of $1 aad upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Atwets  over  $18��,��O0,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
��������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������<
LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
ror
I
Selected Lots
A list of city lots selected to
meet the needs of those looking for a good building site
at a reasonable price
and on easy terms
SEALING NEGOTIATIONS
NEARING CONCLUSION;
Negotiations between Canadian,
Ottawa, June 14.���-Negotiations be-i
tween'Canadian, British and American'
representatives, concerning pelagic
sealing, which have been in progress
at Washington for some time, will b-3
concluded within a few days, according to advices received in Ottawa.
Canada's representative is Mr. Joseph Pope, C. M. G., under secretarv j
of state, who has had as expert ad ;
visers, W. A.found, recently appointed superintendent of fisheries and
Captain Harris, of British Columbia.
At the conclusion of the conference,
which it Is expected, will reach a satisfactory finding, Mr. Found will visit
various oyster beds in the United
States to studv the American methods of oyster culture.
(661)���Eighth Avenue, three
lota within five minutes of
city car line; high anl dry;
$750 eacb;  one-third cash.
(622)���Princess street .large lot
on north side of this street
for $700; one-third cash, balance to arrange.
(681)���Facing Moody square,
two lots almost cleared,
handy to both city and interurban car lines;  $900 each.
(680)���Sherbrooke street, close
to school site and park. Price
$550;  terms to arrange.
(682)���Fifth street, cleared lot
with lane at rear; $900;
terms one-third cash, balance
to arrange.
(651)���Princess street, medium
sized lot near Sixth street for
$750;   terms  to  arrange.
(732)���First street and Seventh
avenue, three choice lots in
a rapidly Improving locality,
clcse to new school site;
$700 each; one-third cash,
balance to arrange.
Ryall's Drug Store
J EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
��    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
��� CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST   IN  TORIC  BIFOCALS.
r. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. -
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:,46,   and   every
fifteen  minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes untll 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20    a.m.,
11:20 n.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU  ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRAfrJt.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    9:00
a.m.,  1:05.  4:05 and 0:10  p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
PACIFIC COAST STEAM8HIP.
ti
Prince George"
7000 Horse Power.   W/2 Knots.
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12 MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT AND 8TEWART THURSDAYS
FOR   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE      TUESDAYS
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 1 p.m. Wednesdays for
Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, etc., and 1 p.m. Saturdays for
Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Clty, Lockport, Jedway, etc.
Tickets te all Points East Via the    Grand   Trunk    System,    Double
Track  Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3S60
527 Granville ��treet, Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe

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