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 LITE INSURANCE
Ws Represent Reliable Companies.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATUR DAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
EXAMINES FUTURE
Of BRITISH EMPIRE
RACE ASSIMILATION IN CANADA
DISCUSSED BY ACTING PRINCIPAL McMILLAN���PRESIDENT
ON OVER8EA8 CLUB.
It was appropriate' that the members i>f the Westminster branch of
the Overseas club gathered in force
at the banqueting hall of the I. O. O.
F. building, Eighth street, yesterday
evening when President B. G. Walker,
of Burnaby, and Vice-President E. K.
McMillan, principal of tbe High
school, delivered addresses on tbe
British Empire. The local branch,
which ls the latest thing In social
organizations, has only been organized a few weeks. There are now 220
members ln the Royal City, and no
less than 1836 branches scattered
throughout the British Empire.
The New ttthg.
Mr. Walker, referring to the coronation, said that event bad been one
unique ln the annals of history. Never
In the past of Great Britain had
recognition before been given to tbe
overseas dominions.
The speaker dwelt on the example
of the life of King George, a life
which should be an incentive to his
subjects in all parts of tbe world.
The king's knowledge of bis dominions over the seas    was    something
CBARPIT PROCESS Tfl BE    TIMBER DEflNIIION
DEMONSTRATED HERE: U|0 DQWN |N fjypjj
Professor WIH Show Cheap Method of i   ' 	
Clearing Stumps During Visit-      | SUPPLY OF FRASER MILLS   LUM-
Experiments Elsewhere.
BER AFFECTED BY INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACT���LESTER W. DAVID'S BIG SUIT.
Professor   H.  W.    Sparks,  of   the
State   Agriculture  college,   Pullman,
Washington, who is a delegate to the
Pacific Logging congress which open- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ed in Vancouver yesterday, proposes I the glory of   the   timber   and   other
to    show     how    to     get    rid     ofi ,,���,��� *****   ,    ��r   r,..u   h..   *..*
���i._�� ���...m. - .. _. ?m, **.   mmm.   deals which   L. W. David   Iiss   had
giant stumps at acost 600 per   cent
less than by using black powder. The j argued in the courta. and upon which
process is known as the charplttingj Judgment was recently rendered in
method and is now being   employed \ the court of appeal:
The Seattle Times gives   In detail
in tbe state of Washington with sig
nai success.   A demonstration of Its
Timber is   timber," and when   a
man specifies "timber" in bia bill of
efficiency will be given today at tbe; gale he toes not need to prove that
outing of the congress at Fraser river j it can b�� marketed at a profit; he
mills. Prof. R. W. Winslow and. sells ft for what lumber can be made
other representatives of the provln-; out of it.. United States courts said
cial department of agriculture wlll bo j as much several months ago and now
present. | British   Columbia  couits -have   con-
Prof. Sparks stated today that ex-; curred and Lester W. David, patron
perlments under ideal conditions and builder of tbe city of Blaine, now
demonstrated that roots of stumps a Seattle resident, single-handed bas
had been disposed of at an average defeated the Canadian Northern, the
of 40 cents each as compared with an new transcontinental line across Can-
average cost of $2.50 each by blast- aaa, and Swift & Co., the big Chicago
ing. I packers,  in  a  lawsuit that Involves
"The process simple consists in $1,500,000.
converting the roots into charcoal. | jn litigation for four years, David
Then lt Is a simple matter to destroy; hag won the final engagements, los-
the stump Itself by fire. A pile of. jng but one skirmish in the long flght.
fuel Is ignited at the base of the His Fraser river mill, NeK Westmln
stump. It is first covered with a non- 8ter, B. C. case, talked of for years
heat conducting material such as coal among logging and lumber manufac-
.. h    .     .. , .       .  .     ..   , cinders, wet straw or manure.     The  turing Interests of the Pacific North-
whlcb "hould be remembered by hls; effect ,g t0 burn down into the roots.! west, has had its final accounting and
people. Unlike previous British
rulers wbo had reigned over their
people from a distance without know
The average time occupied ln the pro- j |��� winning, David has established the
cess Is three weeks,"     The labor on j gtatus of  the  word   "timber" appar-
ing the temneramenu and mhditinn. I ettch Btump for that pel1od rePre8ents  ently for all time.
,1,,Jfi��&It      i      ,��� conditions, ,egg  tnan  two  hour8   ngured   at   251 Put Blaine on Map.
cTowned k ng was" SmKrt "wUh' cenU an hoUr' R����t8 "nC0Vered haVe **��* W David, native of Streeter,
the ��ves o" ainSs Afferent oemle I been ,ound to have been converted HL. arrived at Blaine, Wash., a quip
and th?" wotdd materiaUv assisfhim ,nt0 charCOal for a dUtanCe of flfteen ter century ago. He dpehed a Jewelry
"many occasioT   When the kS*' 'eet ,r0m the baBe of ** BtUmP'      "  huslness.but this soon became a side
- v lng the new method.  | min there,   It was a starter and the
~   '       ~ "" town grew under David's energy and
Mission  Ferry. | ente,pr|Be.   At one time he was post-
pire after a lengthy tour ln his foreign
possessions, and command the people
with that wonderful apt phrase "Wak<j
up, England," surely it was proof positive that here was a man who was
no figurehead on the thrcne. but one
who thought for himself and who had
given proofs that be was anxious for
the betterment of the    people    over
The Provincial government will ei- master and at another time mayor ot
tabllsh and maintain a free ferry ser- the town. These were the only
vice on the Fraser river hetween Mis- honors he ever asked ot his fellow
sion and the opposite shore. A con- citizens. He really put Blaine on the
tract for the construction of a double- map
ender gasoline boat 05 feet long has1     Kventually,   the   Monarch   Lumber
Whom h    would reign    Tla   dav had   ju8t been aWardcd t0 ,he Vancouver: Co. mill at Blaine, became his. Itfcas
now arrivad   andthns i    V        Engineering Works. , the largest at the time on th. Pacific
?<��la    ll,   luLi   .������? IV ,S\    The craft will cost about $8500.   Its ��� coast.    In 1906 he sold this and look
George hai shown that his words
were bearing fruit in many ways.
There were many who affirmed that
the king had  nothing to do.    Never |
berthing place wlll he ln slips to he  the Fraser River Lumber Co. plant at
built on both sides of the river. Each   N-ew Westminster.    This, with the ex
sum ..us  ������.  ��otu.uB  w u��.    �����>���, ffij ,wl" b* G,00 fe<>t ,lon?"   "">��� *>at: cepUon of the St. Paul & Tacoma "mill
wus a greater mistake made.   when! will be ready for service in about two, ,JCCarae   th�� .Mggest   lumber   making
it was remembered that Kin* George I I"��.n<,,B'   U was, <1e8^1ne(],*��' A- J- c; Plant in the west.
Robertson, naval architect.
BASEBALL.
Friday, June 23.
At    Victoria���Vancouver
toria 4.
TERRIBLE CYCLONE
ON CHILI COAST
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ieorge
ruled over eleven and a half million
square miles with a population ef
410,000,000 souls, it would bo readily
seen that the position was no sinecure.
A Canadian's View.
Vice-President McMillan said he
sometimes questioned Just what he
was, being the son of an English
father and a Scottish mother and himself born in Eastern Canada, but when
he bald thut he hoped he might look
upon hiniHi.-ir ����� a truo aon of the
Maple Leaf, he said so from tbe bottom'of liis !v����'t
Far away over the seas, In that1
Unlit, bright little island of Great;
Britain, the people were in the midst
of great epoch making celebrations,
hijt the king had no warmer subjects,
no better subjects than those, who
lived in this immense British North
America.
"We in Canada," said Mr. McMillan,
"hold out the plad hand of welcome
to those from Kngland Scotland and
Ireland, who are, when all is said and
done, the backbone of this wonderful
country.    For a moment let us turn   	
our eyes from the capital of this great   harbor and in the city.    One vessel,
empire, and consider, as I often do,   the  Union, was completely  wrecked,
the future of Canada.    In the east in' and many persons drowned,
the sheds at Montreal 1 have watched
the   swarms   of   foreigners,    Slavs,
After  two years this mill  and all
David's logging, timber t\nA other mill
interests was sold to Edward F. Swift,
head of Swift & Ce., and to other in
terests represented by A. D. McRae,
^'C"IA. D. Davidson and  Senator Jansen,
^^|    i ��� jirt  latt pt   c^   ^gI>t**x,^1'iii       Tli��  I&.t.t.cr
At Seattle-Seattle 3   Spokane 2.      trto  ln fact "represented the Canadian 1hor8e8  B"Uat?1? '��' the Patrol  of the
At Portland���Portland 6  Tacoma 4.1 Northern, and    the    David    holdl��a��\up own districts.    The Inspection was
'  thus   acquire A   represented   the   new \ * ���"�� *���*��*^S."?, ��"**i. and *****    *���
1  \ eevere try-out. Dolly, ahout m\* year*
old,  which had travelled    that    day
SPITHEAD REVIEW
SET EOR SATURDAY
W.C.T.I). MENTION IN
PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE
TEN BRITISH DREADNOUGHTS IN
LINE ��� FOUR CRUISERS OF
INVINCIBLE CLASS���ALL THE
NAVIE8   OF    WORLD.
Mra. Cunningham Takes Part in Die-
cuilon���Organization   Does   Good
Work at Fairs.
HUGE CROWDS ALONG
PROCESSION ROME
KING ANO QUEEN VISIT THC CITY
IN STATE���CANADIAN TR&OP*
HEARTILY    CHEERED ��� MANY
Westminster is represented at the I      A���""*" PRESENTED/
Provincial conference of the W. C. T.
U. now in progress   at Victoria,   by,    . _  .       ,        ���.     ., .. /
London,  June  24.���A  Uinrer    m*
Mrs. M. A. Cunningham, Mrs.   C. W.   .   ..    .   '      '    ,        ���, uu,r"r    �����
Brown, Mrs. Manchester, Mrs. Barn-|held at the fore,8n otllCB last night
ard, Mrs. F. B. Fadden, Mrs. White, j at wWch Sir Edward Grey entertained
Mrs. McAdam, Mrs. Wilbur Smith an 11 his majesty and members of the royal
Mrs. Cross. | family and special representatives ta
The report on evangelltsic worki,,,,, ���-���_���,(���_ . ���.������ -��i _wi w
was read by Mrs. Lashley Hall. It "g "or^ a ,������� .J i7J?I 1^*
showed that religious   services   had j ^ n/" at, """f*1*" a b,^r .f1^
been held among the prisoners in the ffgSffig! ���^Z t%*��*V *��?
* ii. .*... _..-iT u.m.m....m ��.���j i,��^._ were celebrating on the street How-
Jails, that much literature had been'   ������   ,K��� Jii���_i���.,i_��.  _���_  .   ,     .
.ll.,ml*....mA        .mA      Ham.      Ham      \Smm*.       SS��� OVCf,       thC       111 Utfl 1 US t iO O B       WStO       tWRMd
11 fn vi;,^ii �����n v��n^,!��r S ������   In clul> ����nd- ������� decoration, lor
drunkards Whll. employment hai - &����?��&��%_&
been sought and In some cases ob-; "i" 0i!i_ "'T .; j"h��� J"Tr
talned for delinquent girls, it was rec-1 *LA"-?* Sl    n   ���   SUS2LS^
'HKH^rtH: !i-i5��s jaa-a^s
in tne ausence or wrs. warwica, or d th   young pr'ncet abowtaz
WilS?&^;����'on the ba'C3ny Md ���*��
port of the work among the sailors, ,     tn ,   acknowleaglnenU.
lumbermen and miners.   The unions     ���                           "
in most of the cities sent out litera-',          ^       ne          TJ^ k,        aB4
ture to the outlying camps.   In   an-1            h^-                reception   alon*
���wer to a question, Mrs   Llv^on        ,        f              ^   procession ye-
said that any reading which was good ,**/iZ m.. n���_-^i-_ .' 1*.
London, June 23.���The great naval
review by King George at Spithead
tomorrow will see gathered together
in full commission the largest number of vessels of the Dreadnought
class ever assembled.
No less than ten battleships of the
Dreadnought elass wlll be brought
into line on review day. These are
the Colossus, Hercules, Neptune, St.
Vincent, Colllngwood, Vanguard, Bellerophon, Temeralre, Superb and
Dreadnought. To these will be added four cruisers of the invincible
class, tbe indefatigable, tbe Invincible, tbe Inflexible and the Indomitable. Germany is to send the Von der|
Tann, declared to be the fastest warship'in the world, and the United
States, the new Delaware. Ths otber
foreign naval powers are sending vessels of the pre-Dreadnought class, although In some Instances they are
of quite recent construction. France
will be represented by the Danton,
Japan by tbe Kurama, Austria by the
Radel/ky, Italy by the San Marco.
Russia by the Rossle, Spain by the
Reina Regente, Argentine by the
Buenos Ayres, Chile by the Chacbuco.
Sweden by Fylgla, Turkey by the
Hamideh and China by the Hal-Chl.
Denmark, Holland and Norway are
to be represented by small coast defence vessels.
All the vessels at the review, including the foreign warships and passenger ships, with spectators, will be
moored in line, supplemented by
shorter lines for the torpedo boats
and  submarines.    The boundaries of
the  review will  enclose an   area   ofi ver   gDoki of the class of shows at  v"c '"i,a' J?'"! ���"��uc 1ou"lc'1f I""*'~
nhnnt IR Miuare milea    There will he        '    P. .u       ,-i        -riL-1 At* ���������   fr��m  Buckingham  palace by way of
H7   British   war   vess'el.   o* SrlouS' l!oin* Sf thMe K   '   ^Iffl Constitution   Hill,   Piccadilly,   Trafal-
lii   British  wai ^fsseis   oi   various harm than even liquor.   Mrs. Spofford H������arp   through the   cltv    over
types  present.      The king wlll  pass   gaid that in Victoria these had been  &*F__���^��J2ZJ?& Ti
through the line on board the royal   BUppregseQ when the attenticn of dl
yacht  Victoria    and    Albert,    which  reetors had been called to them.   Tht
will   be  accompanied   by  two   other  need for vigilance was shown,
royal  yachts, the Alexandra and the      Mrg   M   A   Cunningham,  of   Nev
Alberta.      As   the   royal   yacht   approaches each vessel  In the   line, a
salute will be fired, and at the same
time the shore batteries will Join ln
the greetings.
a. t . .um ��.mn���    * *%.* ����.-o^ terday. The Canadian troops, especial
en��H.6    ��U e- Siy &%! ���? * ^e Northwest mounted pollce, bad
���nnnliiff   ft   Vfla  aiittanlo  tiar tho funmu       -
sending lt was suitable for the camps.
Especially were the dally local papers welcomed.
ovations     everywhere.      The    royal
cavalcade was more brilliant than on
Mrs. L. Elliott presented  the third | ** E^1'* ?!&JS*l ��? ���2?qSS
.port  on  work  at   exhibitions   and   anf  lT1td'an ��     n ^n* ^t^s^
1 over   the   seven   miles   of   streets
traversed.
The procession began to form In
tbe yard of Buckingham palace.
adjacent streets at nine o'clock   ^^
sold on fair grounds nor was gambl-' ��lw�� hourf, '^r It was on its way.
."���.""���-/    m���   p.,,.,   ���f vtnnn,,.'Between lines of cheering thousand.
repor ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fairs. The W. C. T. U. tents had been
a welcome feature at the exhibitions
in Vancouver, Kamloops, New Westminster, Kelowna and Chilliwack, as
well as ln Victoria.      No li |uor was
ing allowed.    Mrs. Fitch, of Vanccu-
the royal party made stately progres.
FIRST PATROL HORSE.
Projected Purchase May Mean Better
Protection for Residences.
Yesterday evening Chief of Police
Bradshaw and Chief Watson, of the
lire department, acting for the corporation,    Inspected    a    number    of
London bridge, by Borough road   and
Westminster bridge, thus making   a
complete circuit.
The king wore    a    field marshal'.
Westminster,     recording     secretary,! "nlform with a sash of the Order ot
gave an instructive address on which I [he ?frter, The "T,'1 *'M udr����?a
there was some wholesome criticism, j '" Jwlllte.a"d w��re a blT, Ba8u ? ""*
Mrs. Livingston's work, as organizing! t��"!er  of the Gartor     Her  hat  was
secretary, was referred to in terms ot  trimmed with ostrich feathers in two
commendation, and the growth of the ***** ��[ b ue-   Pr��m tthe,n on ^.V18
sooietv, which now   comrtsted  o^44 j ��* ,o1 ,^e ton* route the'r W.aJ?sUes
unions containing 13BS members was f���<*m*- a spontaneous and loyal wej-
a  matter of  congratulation.      As   a,come-     ________^___^
member  of  23  years'   standing   the
speaker warned all delegates against j ENGLISH   LIGHTWEIGHT
the danger of lukewarmness or   even       TAKES MEASURE OF BALDWIM
carelessness. I 	
Mrs. Cunningham, at a subsequent;    San Francisco, Cal., June 24.���Last
session, was chosen vice-president.
(Continued on page four)
MANY INTERESTED
IN NEW INDUSTRY
Nelson. June   23.���"The   announcement    that    Antonio    Vennucchi,    of
swnux w ft
www
i night Freddie Welsh, ex-holder of tho
I English lightweight championship,
\ met and deleatod Matty Baldwin in
I twenty rounds In this ctty before an
\ immense gathering ot aportamen boot
BOATS     LOST     IN     VALPARAISO | Trail- had decided to engage on pn ex-
! tensive scale in the silkworm indus-
HARBOR���WORST EXPERIENCE! try at  the  Smelter city has created
' widespread    attention and   Mr.   Vennucchi   has   already   received    many
FOR      TWENTY      YEARS���NIT
RATE FIELDS SUFFER.
from the American Bide, was taken I
on approval, and the matter win got
to the council for approbation.
P. C. Burrows, who wlll be   given
this beat, had a trial spin on the mare
last   night,  and   signified   himself  as . ��� ���*-,.*���    * -        * .         -��� --��� -, .  Tr,_���������h m*m\**
more  than  pleased   with   the  choice. ' SERIOUS SITUATION FOR SHARE-  Hon of American^and  Lnglisb^yie*
The animal, which is a finely set up |
tbe BrttWhex'a titlaauwa asalut QtawU
pion Wolgast, whom lie meets In this
i city or in Los Angeles next September.   Welsh proved that_ his comblna-
communications from   secretaries   of
fairs in  various parts of the   north-
., ,        ,       _, .,.   .        ���.     .   .      , west inviting him to make an exhibit
Valparaiso, Chili, June 24.-A hu.-    h,   f ��� ���     w p w  Q manager' during yesterday.
ricane  which  lasted  three hours did | ^fa, ,     as80Ciatlon,   who' 	
immense damage here, both ta    the : WR8 ,n ^ ^ Satm.Qay_
'' "He states, however," said Mr.
Brown, "that it will be impossible for
him to make an exhibit anywhere ex-
���.6UC.0,    ���.-..,,     Iquique. Chill, June 24.-A evcloneI .��*��*  at 7���" lhla yte"-    Ne,xtuye"
Greeks, Rutherians,   Teutons,    Serfs,I caused  the  loss  here  of  a  hundred   >e Intends to show a   the majority of
Turks, coming into our fair land and; lighters ln the harbor and blew    theI %;al" ��� l" ��rgj���"   ..        .
1 have wondered what the end of this', mastings  ott   shipping.    Th,JUUan| Q���' 9^wff arrankements" wW.
black, has been specially trained by
her ownrr to "stand at ease" when
her rider Jumps off and this with a
patrol horse sucb as Is required in
this city. Is a big asset. The price is
$225. ten dollars less having been refused  at the market auction for her
ALLEGED TO HAVE BOLTED.
great influx will be and what the! vessel Calmpha was sunk at her moor-' i,'."" Hnratoad secretary and man-
presence of this multitude will mean lngs. This was the worst tornado ^ot toe Nelson fk^for atSll
to a land which we Canadians intend since 1891. Much damage ls reported *��" ��' l"* ��'oit��r JiVv ��mmhm>
to be  a white man's land | In the nitrate fields Inland    and    ^ Sft ����e��S KS
be as' the��cor;StrytrerCatnhaedai,8ne:U,a I ��ther "-  i ^aa,ndfa?r0' *' tW�� ^ tM��^ *��
human melting pot for those people Strike  Intimidation. local tair.
from. |     Vancouver, June    24.���Several    *���"���
AMBULANCE BRIGADES
ON C. P. R. TRAINS
um ncBo nt: -rue ctcld^.t   was a w* asset In his favor, and   lia
holders OF the steamboat  the opening r0Unds he   jabbsd    wltb
GOLD MINES.  LTD.���LOCATORS   both hands at wl" and wIth comparative ease.    Baldwin, who did not display any form which would ever entitle bim  to do  battle in the cbam-
I pionship class, was an awkward cus-
I     ,, _        ���.     ., .,       tomer to knock out. and while he was
Vancouver, June 24.-A    sensation   content  t0  crowd   the  foreigner,  his
has been created by   the   announce-   b,        did not car     ,ne 8team beh,nd
ment to    the    shareholders    of    U13; them     The men bad met flve
| Steamboat Gold Mines Co., Ltd., wha when  Welsh  was  breaklng ,nU>
had Invested huge sums   of    money   the but ,t wa8 evWent ,a8t ni^t
when  the story  of the discovery  of j that while Fred,,le had come on wiu,
gold at Steamboat was tod last sum-   , and bound     that   he Ame:lcaa
mer   that something serious is amiss ! has back     f
ra Lh\,.dlreC w!    ��f the ,Steft,mb^at|     Wolgast. who meets Owen Moran it.
Gold Mines, Ltd., on receipt of    the  th,8 dt   on July 4  travelled exprea*-
RUNAWAY  ENGINE
SCARES TRAIN CREWS
���who we desire to keep away    ..���.,       _,..���,
The  British  empire  for the    British  ports to the police have been made o
people. 1s my cry and always will be. I assaults by strikers and In one case! 	
1 view with a grave unrest,   with   a  on Fifteenth avenue an employee was |
people     ^^^^^
Blood  always  will
water and It must be Britain
last and all    the   time.    The
Regina, June 23.���An effort Is being
made to organize a St. John's ambulance brigade on the Canadian Pacific
lines west of Fort Wliltam.    At the.  	
present time a number   of   brigades   unfavorable reports  from    the    sur- j fy'Jrom Los Angeles to be at the ring
have  been organized  in  the railway j veyors Immediately Slopped the  sale | Blde and na,j a r0using welcome frotn-
shops at the large cities, but the lat- of the company's stock which was on the jang
est move ls more general at securing' the market, and a general meeting
as members all persons working on | has been called for Monday evening
the trains, such as engineers, firemen,' in this city, when some definite action
conductors, baggagemen and even the' will be resolved upon, '
"newsy" lf he cares to Join.   The sug-'
gestion has been brought forward by
R. R. Nleld, general locomotive foreman of the Canadian Pacific railway. The Intention is to admit as
members only employees on thc railway
DEVOTION OF SOLDIER
WINS   HIM   PROMOTION
TRACE  CHAINS  USED
TO  LYNCH  MEXICAN
scenes which are enacted in the east-'. Juniors 2.
ern provinces are also seen here. Inl
Vancouver we see the incoming of the]
turbaned   Hindu,
Britisher is not wanted here
first,
same      Sanre'ton    Juniors    14,
day when the news
Fairview   wires  that  an engine   had
Thorndale,    Tex.,    June    23.���Th��
whittrtng of a stick led to the kllttng;
a*******aa********aa*********aa********aa********aa**mot Charles Ztetung, a garage owner
A Russian private soldier named! and the subsequent lynching ot *-
Mednikoft Owes his sudden promotion' Mexican youth here last night. The ���
to the rank of non-commissioned ot- sheriff of Milan county is oa his way
fleer, to the fact that he stood on to Thorndale to investigate,
sentry duty tor 32 hours on end. | The Mexican, about 18 year. ol3C
Mednikoft   belonged   to   the    31st; whose name has not been asoertaln-
38    ttt.      IU1B        milll.      llirCW    *���***>   aar.*a*...m..   -��� ,.-
be  thicker    than   building upon which he was at work,   the line of the Grand Trunk yester-      The success that has rewarded the
 -���-    --��� i  ���  dav when the news flashed over the| establishment of brigades in some of
  the shops of the railway   companies      *,**,*...���*..    c--   _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
out," and was running   eastward   at I has prompted the suggestion   to or-  Regiment of Sappers  at Gltomlr,  a  ed, was sitting on the   sidewalk   fas
A   foreigner  taking  the ganlze the brigade on the trains.     A' garrison down in western Russia, and  front of Zeitung'sgarage   last   night,
hostler   pulled. brigade Including railway men will be! was detailed to guard a powder magi- industriously    wielding    his    pocket
full   speed.
and Japanese are admitted, and   all j an essay, lt made my teeth grit when e|8e to do.
this muet tend to handicap the white | P*pers were returned to me showing      Yard  employees  who tried  to step
the cost per mile of the celebrations aDOard were thrown off and the en-
which have Just finished in London. g|ne wa8 80on out 0f gight on the
This was but tollowing on the traves- main une Engineer James Congdon
ties which we read in the American jumped into another locomotive and
man, must reduce the cost of labor
and ln many other ways, be against
the prosperity of our people.    It ls
when we have seen all these things i "--   , .  .
that our hearts go out to our kith   papers, and I regret that even In   a gave Chase, while the operatora along
and kin in the homeland.   When ono  newspaper   published   ln Vancouver, the nne caused all trains to turn Into
 *    *mmM*m*   Urn*   nl'iir     ����.. .mm.,    mtAmtm^ralr*
. ���.nrk.rw mZ f�� th, eiDKUnr o be relieved at ��lx o'clock, business snd order** the youth to
fflleSr��^i?ibff*��i. There he stood, atop. This, according-* by.tandere.
S&f.JSSSS&E? Thit;T  Zlle..  and   exposed   to   Inclement angered the Mexican and he .Uhbed
Ze't'mg tbrough the heart.
slble to organize classes.   The train  foodless   and   exposed
crew brigade which It ls proposed to, weather, all the next day   and   the
organize Is not connected, however,
with the local brigades.    What steps
will be taken in the interests of the
whole ot the following   night,  until
nine o'clock a. m. on the second day,
The youth was arrested and lodgetE
In the town Jail.   Shortly after night-
proposed brigade has not as yet been fell down ln a faint.
when through   sheer exhaustion   he. fall a mob of about 100 men gathered
stormed the prison and obtained the?
^ar*^_��7S ������^^
miieVawav in Blaine   mingles with   matters which were altogetner    too      Near Bellevue, fourteen mnes irom ����*������. ����V��.�� 2SZmm*ss*M   with' mental   commander  had   committed      Some of the party went for ropes,
custom are Identical, it sets one
lng when an alien flag flies o'er our
heads. There surely must be something more than tongue and religion
pie Bhould, and the best class of them  'captured" by Congdon.
do,  think more of the solemnity ofi .	
the great event which has taken place     About  250 children    picnicked
at
^"�� T~. b ,.-,*" V"   �� ' in the land over the Seas,   and   re- Stanley park yesterday In connection
attSWS't. tmh��enoS.   t tXJKtist moments what    It wIth Ilxth avenu_e Methodist church
the    organization.
mp<*-
,���, nrrani7��iinii other hrleades I suicide, and in the ensuing .,m,-m*t*m^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^**^ilm^^^^^^^
along the various lines will Jrobably I the sentry had been forgotten. Th* , tlent and held up a Mexican Tnck f&r-
tX similar steps. case was reported to the czar, who mer ��ho was driving a load of water-
Policeman Killed. ^^^^^^^^
London, Ont.. June 24.���Yestsrday, j present of $12.50
forthwith   made   Mednikoft   a   non-  melons to market.   The team was mi-
commissioned officer and sent him a' hitched and the four   trace  chains
' fastened about the neck of the youth
i*
every loyal Britisher, every member I 'or those who   were   coming   after the parties over, and sports and other, horse which became entangled in t*c
' 'hem." I amusements   served   to   pass a very  *"���"  T*~u���* ^~��������ki�� ��j��iia  nno nt
A splendid program of music was pleasant    time.    All   enjoyed   them
^      ubmitted,    and altogether a caplt "^^m "-���-   ���->     **~m*.
I regret bringing part of my profes-   evening was spent until a late hour
Earthquake Shock.
and another boy climbed a telephone
role, throwing  the  free  endT   over it
mi U...UB u. one jo iuo ���������.   "   ~"~t ,    the race and what lt meant  Sunday school.    Special cars carried- while attempting to stop a runaway
..SS^Su^^SbSiirSr ��������   were   coming   after the ^ UJJJ ^^ ^^.15 i^.'^'^^brSffi S^'    Seattle. June   24.-An   earthquake; beam      The   Mexican   was   ho:����l
of the Saxon race who loves his roun-1 ^^_t^,a u ������' *S2SS*HmTT3    enJved    them-' the best known members of the force,  shock was registered here yes erday   abort   ^tv-seven   feet   from   Ow
s tats arssagi .aiiss E^=s"d^=se^ ^/susrd-h,s 8ku!1 being ���sss^ttsa ^?round and the-free *�� - ���
fast to a foot spike In the pofe* NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, Hll      "���"
mas.
Brants jfSOCIETY
Mr. Jack Cornwall left on Thursday
for a trip to Prince Rupert.
Mr.  W.  G.  McQuarrie    spent    last
WANTED TO  RENT���FIVE OR SIX
roomed house;  west end preferred.
Ap?ly Walsh Sash & Door Factory. I week end at pender harbor.
Phone 413. ���    ���    .
"WANTED���TKNDEK8   FOR  CLEAR-'     Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie were
ing  and  grading school site, Sixth   mid-week visitors in Victoria,
avenue, to be in hand by  noon ot |
July 5.   Specifications can be seen I    Mv8- W. J. Mathers will not receive
at   the   secretary's   office.     Lowest J aKaln th��B season
tender not necessarily accepted.   11.
Lennle, secretary.
"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. Lenn'.e, Secretary.
Miss Beatrice Annandale spent the
week end In Vancouver.
���    ���    ���
Miss   DeWolf   Smith   has   returned
from a two weeks' visit ln Spokane.
rltation* for an at home next Tuesday afternoon.
��� ���   ���
Rev. J. E. Hoyle and family left
early ta the week for a trip to England, aatti*
��� ���   ���
Miss McColl Is spending a few days
In Vancouver with relatives.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Charles, who has    been    the
guest of her    daughter,    Mrs. C. C.
Worsfold,   returned   to   Victoria    on
Monday.
���   ���   .
Mrs. J. S. Thompson, Mrs. Stanley
Johnston and Mrs. 11. B. McBaln, ot
Vancouver, spent Wednesday In    the
city.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Armstrong and
daughter leave next week for an extended trip. They expect to be away
until early in August.
TWO DESPERATE CASES
These Two Men Owe Their Lives
To GIN PILLS.
Stone in the bladder is a direct result of kidney trouble-one of the results rf *&*��* tlie kidneys that have
taken cold or are slighHy out of order.    Mr. Herman and Mr. Lessard whose letters are given below, were m a bad way until
quicVW to thefr t^tmenL   uln% case'of incipient Bright, or Diabetes has been cured by them.   They cleanse, restore
and build up the entire orinary tract.
MIbb Manuella Briggs has returned
from boarding school in Portland.
���   ���   *
MIeb Cowdry, of Vancouver, ls the
WANTED ��� BY     YOUNG     LADY, j guest of Miss Annandale.
board and room ta central location
Apply to Box X., Dally News.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all largo
Jobs ta this vicinity.   Phone 624.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than ls necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. lf yo i
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���BOARDING HOUSE, 21
rooms and between 30 and 40
boarders. Clears from $125 to $150
per month. Price $1600. Good
terms. Apply McQuarrie Brothers.
622 Columbia Btreet.
FOR SALE���A GOOD FAMILY COW
and Jersey calf. Apply 725 Queens
avenue.
FOR SALE���FIVE AND TEN ACRE
blocks ln Langley on B. C. electric;
excellent soil. Price $150 per acre.
Terms easy. Owner, 1301 Nanlamo |
street, Westminster.
Mrs. J. C. Brown and Mrs. Selve-
wrlght are visiting Mrs. C. J. Fagan,
ot Victoria.
���   ���   ���
Mrs. Cornwall, of Albert Crescent,
is spending a fortnight in Victoria
with her daughter, Mrs. Oldham.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. McBride and Miss McBride
spent the coronation holidays in Victoria.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. Ray, St. Mary's manse, gave
nn enjoyable work tea on Wednesday
afternoon.
���   ���   ��
Mrs. G. D. Brymner has returned
from visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. A
Macrae, Victoria. -_______.
��� ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Abbott aro
spending a  few  days at their ranch
near Sllverdale.
��� ���   ���
Mr. J. E. H. Barnet, of Renfrew,
was a visitor ln town during the
week. _<*n    ! ,faff!
.      a      *a
Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett has Issued ln-
FOR SALE���BRAND NEW ENG-
lish kit bag, at Vldal's warehouses;
cost price.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS,
$2.00 per week.   Apply Trapp block.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
avenue.
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
SMALL new house at Edmonds, on
66x113 foot lot. $800; one-third
cash.
LOT on Tenth avenue, just east of
Tenth street, 50x132; light clearing.
$525 cash.
TWELFTH street corner, 158 and 132
feet fronting on the two streets,
and lane alongside. $4000; one-third
cash.
TO    RENT ��� FURNISHED    ROOMS) THIRD   avenue,   houae   near   Tenth
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia street.
street, two or three rooms, 55x132
foot lot, well developed to fruit.
$2100;  easy terms.
Mrs. J. E. Hawkshaw has issued invitations for Saturday at a tea,
complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Rashlelgh.
At the marriage of Miss Helen
Ernestine Brenton and Mr. Ellery G.
Langley, at St. James church, Vancouver, on Tuesday evening, Mr. E.
S. Shannon, of this city, was one of
the ushers.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Thomas Briggs returned from
Portland on Thursday. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Spencer,
who will be her guest for a short
time.
��� ���   ���
The Misses Helen, Gertrude and
Margaret Rand have returned for
their summer vacation. Mr. Rand is
expected shortly from a business trip
to England.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. H. Bole and Mrs.
M. Malins and children leave this
morning for their summer home, Bel-
cana, Burrard Inlet. Miss Jessie
Fraser will be their guest for a few
weeks.
��� ���   ���
The courts at the Croquet club still
attract a  great  many   players  every ,
day.    Tea was provided on Tuesday I
hy Miss Briggs and Miss Fraser, and
on Friday Mrs. J. R. Grant and Mrs.
J. S. Clute presided.
��� ���   ���
A number of young people gave a
most delightful surprise at the home
of Mrs. Williams on Monday evening
Dancing was enjoyed until an early
hour, this attractive home opening up
especially well for that pleasure.
��� ���   ���
The formal opening of the new
golf links of the British Columbia
Golf club will take place this afternoon. The links are part of the Austin farm, Coquitlam, and the club has
a most magnificent site. Mr. J. H.
Diamond, of this city, is president of
the club.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Donald Sadlier Rashlelgh    re-
(Continued on Page Three).
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For Other Sailings and  Rates Apply
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LOT on Dublin street, upper side, be-J
tween   Eighth   and   Tenth   street.
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GOOD acreage In Surrey and Langley,
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REID, CURTIS & DORGAN \
706 Columbia Street.
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3%  to  25 H. P.
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Phone   53.
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Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
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Applications are Invited for a qualified engineer to take charge of the
road by-law work under the supervision of tbe municipal engineer,
from whom full particulars as to
duties and appointment can be obtained.
Applications stating qualifications
and salary expected will be received
hy the undersigned up till 5 p.m.
June 24, 1911.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Post Office.
4T PAYS Tu "ADVERTISE
_ IN ���
THE OAILY NEWS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business {Accounts opened
on favorable terms.   ::    ::
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321 CambU Street,
^Vancouver B.C.*^|
573 Jambs ST. North, Hamilton, Ont.
Gentlemen,
Four years ago I was taken down witb Inflammation ol tbe Bladder. During the attacks, which
occurred more and more frequently, the agony wai
unbearable, and I became so weak I could nut walk
across the floor. Tbe doctors could do nothing to
relieve or cure me.
My wife sent for a box of GIN PILLS to try and
see if they would help me. From the first thev did
me good���the pain was relieved at once, and the
attacks began to come at longer intervals. I continued
taking the pills for six weeks, and then, to my
surprise and delight, the stone I sent you some time
ago came from me and my pain stopped. It is now
three years since GIN PILLS cured me. I have had
no return of the trouble, and I have not lost a day's
work on account of it since.
There is not the slightest doubt that GIN PILLS
B��ved my life.   Yours gratefully,  JOHN HERMAN.
Jouettb, p.q.
"During August last, I went to Montreal to
consult a specialist as I had been suffering terribly
with stone in the Bladder.
He decided to operate but said the stone was too
large to remove and too hard to crush. I returned
home and was recommended by a friend to try
GIN PILLS.
They relieved the pain. I took two boxes and
went back to tlie specialist. He said the stone was
smaller but he could not remove it although he tried
for two hours and a half. I returned home and
continued to take GIN PILLS, and to my great
surprise and joy, I passed the stone.
GIN PILLS are the best medicine in the world
and because they did me so much good, I will recommend them all the rest of my life".
J. ALBERT LESSARD.
GIN PILLS are no untried, doubtful remedy. GIN PILLS have been used for years by thousands in every section
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refunded if GIN PILLS fail to give relief as guaranteed. 50c. a box���6 for $2.50. Sent on receipt of regular retail price if
you are unable to get GIN PILLS in your neighborhood. Sample box absolutely free to all sufferers from kidney and
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i 1
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It's right that you should do so. Get the best.
Good clothes are always a ladder
to success.
Call to mind your successful
friends andjyou'll find that they
are good dressers.
We always cater to the young
men's trade and spare nop a:r.s
to have
"Just Right Clothes"
We've new suit models for summer from swell patterns and colorings of Woolens���specially adapted
 for young men's wear.
Every smart style kink in the cut and in the tailoring is worked out to the limit of good taste.
PRICES MODERATE
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00  and $35.00.
Reid & McDonald
i
house or
HOBBERLIN
LIMITED
601 Columbia Sireet.
The Store of Satisfaction
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
UfflOO 'PftOM  in.       BMH 'P��OOI 1��
Begbie Street.
������irw   tWlftrti   promptly  ae
mar p��rt of tfto city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Estimates given on any kind of Job
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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35c. Shares British Pacific Coal Company
COPIFTV \rr*m*\    Mln   Homer,    Mi*.   Wtb-
k/V^VJiJ-/ X   X ' Homer, Miss Wright
(Continued from Page Two.)
ceived for tbe first time since ber
marriage, at the home of her mother,
Mrs. James W. Harvey, on Wednesday afternoon.    She wore  her hand-  afterwards
Mrs. C. Balmer McAllister gave her
many friends a most enjoyable time
on Thursday afternoon when she entertained at bridge, many coming   in
for tea.    Five tables    of
The trustee. T. R. Morrow, will not accept
or reserve any applications on and after
June 26th, Monday, for 35 cent shares.
On June 27th the price will be 50 cents
per share and only a few shares at this
price. You make 15 cents per share if
you buy today at 35 cents.
some wedding dress of white satin,
and Mrs. Harvey a charming mauve
gown. The tea table, which was centred with a bowl of pink carnations,
was presided over by Mrs. Yuengling,
the young ia lies assisting being tbe
Misses   Brown,  Miss  Annandale  and
tbis ever fascinating game were arranged, tbe winner at each table receiving a most dainty prize. The fortunate ones were Mrs. James Brymner. Mrs. Lawford Richardson, Mrs.
Gauvreau, Mrs. McKenzie (Vancouver, Miss Rochester (Vancouver). The
Miss Cowdry (Vancouver). A great decorations throughout the entire
many visitors called during the after- bouse were ln keeping wltl) the day,
noon. ���the patriotic colors of red, blue and
*   .   ��� | white being used.   Tbe tea table was
Mrs. Charles Seymour was the most attractive, being centred with a
hostess at one of the most enjoyable beautiful crown made of red and
teas of the week when she entertain- white flowers, while at each corner
ed for Mrs. Beauchamp-Tye, of Vic-, were large brass shells filled with red
toria, on Wednesday afternoon. The and white carnations and tied with
guests included Mrs. C. B. McAllister, wide blue ribbons. The guests includ-
Mrs. G. B. Corbould. Mrs. A. C. Eddy,  ��d Mrs. Beatty, Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Address your applications and make all cheques payable to the order of
the trustee, T. R. Morrow, office at 421 Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B.C.   Open from 9 a.m., to 10 p.m., daily.
Screen Doors, Garden Hose,
Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers.
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Mrs. J. S. Clute, Mrs. James Brymn
Mrs. George Beatty, Mrs. C. C. Worsfold, Mrs. Castle Moss (Vancouver),
Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs.
McBaln (Vancouver. Miss Barnet (
Mr Rain (Vancouver), Miss Barnett
(Renfrew), Miss Briggs, Miss Alma
Lewis, Miss McGowan, .Miss Josephine
Martin, Miss Peele.
*   a   *
McGill university has conferred the
honorary degree of LL.D. on Hon. Dr.
H. E. Young, provincial secretary and
minister of education. Dr. Young has
been invited to be the special guest of
honor at the formal opening of the
handsome new me ileal building, but
through the fact that he Is at present
acting premier, was unable to be
present at Montreal for tbe ceremony. The function was held under
vice-regal patronage their excellencies being present.
...
One of the most enjoyable garden
parties had as hostess Mrs. James
Brymner, when she entertained a
number of her friends last Saturday
afternoon. Several games of croquet
were arranged which were a source of
pleasure to the spectators as well as
the players. After several closely
contested games dainty refreshments
were served and the time passed all
too quickly amid the surroundings ln
I this delightful garden. Among the
guests were Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
George Beatty, Mrs. C. B. McAllister,
Mrs. McColl, Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. J.
C.    Armstrong,    Mrs.    Gracey,    Mrs.
i Richardson, Mrs. C. E. Lewis, Mrs.
Moss, Mrs. William Allison, Mrs. J. R.
Grant. Mrs. R. V. Ardagh, Mrs.
Charles Seymour, Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Charles McDonald, Miss
G. E. Corbould, Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs.
Creighton, Mrs. H. R. Davidson, Mrs.
A. C. Eddy, Mrs. J. R. Grant, Mrs T.
J. Armstrong, Mrs. Charles Seymour,
Mrs. Henry Edmunds, Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. L. A. Lewis,
Mrs. McGuire, Miss Briggs. Miss
Peele. Miss Wright, Miss Macgowan,.
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TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy communion; 11 a.m., matins, holy communion and sermon; 2:30, Sunday
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ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL. 8ervtce at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m.
Bunday school at 2:'A0 p. m., prayer
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OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. V. Ba*.
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and %
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m..
Midweek prayer meeting on-. Wednesday at eight o'clock. Rev. Air. Ever
ton, of Mount Pleasant Baptist church,
Vancouver, will preach in the morning, and the pastor In the evening,,
subject "How Saul Became Paul."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 a.m.; Sunday school and Bible:
class at 2:30 p.m.; Epworth League
on Monday at 8 p.m. Rev. C. W.
Brown will preach In the morning,
and the pastor in the evening.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAM
Rev. M. G. Melvln, B. A., minister.
Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Prayer
meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
At the morning service the Sacrament
of the Lord's Supper will be dts-
pened. Evening subject, "Christian.
Patriotism."
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.  B.
G, Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.r
evening, 7 p. in.; Bible class aa*
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m., with patriotic service; Y. P. S. C. E.. Mon*
day at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wed--
1 nesday, 8 p.m. ..Morning subject, "The-
King's Invitation";   evening.  Corona-.-
[tlon service, subject "The Eord Hath,
Not Dealt so with Any Nation." Coronation Ode.   Special music By choir.
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church, Royal avenue and SteventU
street, 3 p.m. Rev. B, A. Sand, B.A.,
will preach. The service wlll be in.
the Norwegian language.
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAWh 43(5
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
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Litany and sermon at 7:30 p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Services to be held ln old Hall adjacent.
Rev. F. S. Okell, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m: Class-
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
12:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting,. Wednesday at eight o'clock.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
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8ATURDAY, JUNE  24, 1911.
Daffy News
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���sx Company, Limited, at their offlces,
��gner   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
*. Paige Managing Oirector
town of Ocean Falls. l'reiW��st Lester W. David's big corporation has its
biggest holding. Here 350,000 feet of
lumber and 150 tons of wood fillip for
paper manufacture will be turned out
every ten hours. Eighty thousand
acres of timber, containing 50 per
cent spruce, the best wood adapted
to newspaper pulp, are owned by the
corporation.
Another Plant Taken Over.
a character, not a part. The audience
sees the same Uncle Josh that the
temporary stage has known for nearly a quarter of a century. The lasting
appeal of "The Old Homestead" lies
in the whole play, all the characters
and the general atmosphere. Keep
that atmosphere in the Swanzey field*
at the beginning and in the Swanzey
1 kitchen at the end; let Cy Prime, the
I Ganzey boy. Aunt Matilda and all the
rest go to and fro in the old way;
thing else, has endeared the piece to
every theatregoer. There ls a pleasure ln smiling at tbe Joke before lt is
quite round and feeling the eyes turn
moist ln anticipation. The present ,a
the twenty-fifth season of the old play.
In another year it will have reached
The quarter century mark, and during
all these years the production has
been kept up to the very highest
standard of excellence from a Bcenlc
SATURDAY,
point of view as well as in its cast
Within lhe  last three months  the   tell the tale in talk and action as it   and in  its    musical    features.    This
British  Columbia Wood  Pulp  &  Pa- has been told these many years; and   season, we are assured by the manner Company, Limited, owning 5t'.,000   the result is sure.    No child that is  agement,  the singing of  the  famous
acres of timber in British Columbia,  a child  wishes any changes  in    the  quartette of farm hands and the ren-
has been taken over for $2,000,000 byl stories it loves; no more do the audi- dition of The Palms in the celebrated
���  David and his associates.   T*li plant, ences who witness "Tke Old Home- Grace church scene, are better than
will be situated at Quatsino Sound,! 8tead."    Familiarity as much as any- ever.
JUNE 24, W"��        J on the northern end of Vancouver Is- ��� ���
land. ,
The New Monarch Lumber Company, of Portland, Ore., a $1,000,000
concern, the most modernly equipped
Joshua Whitcomb is
THE PEACE OF THE WpRLp.
The arbitration proposal which was   jjjyj on'the Vest coast, has'been built
���tut forward by  President Taft bids   by David and his associates.    Mills
.      .    \*r* nttpnded with even more  also have been taken at Sedro-Wool-
falr to ne aueuu* ^ anfl ^ Tanner  the lat(Q]. on the
amtisfactory   results  than    were ^ ^ ^ new Chlcago <M���waukee
tost expected. The pact was orlginauy j & puget gound
confined to Great Britain   anl   the      as against the $17  a totf  freight
m ***a <5��atAB   then France was ap-  eastern    paper    manufacturers    are
United btaws, ui _,mneness   obliged to embody ln their price of
^roached snd expressed a ��������*ie"  paper 8t0ck) we will land this same
to Join In the praiseworthy enon.   io  BU)ck on Seattle wllarveg for ** per
reduce the armaments of the nations ton frelght," said Mr. Owens, David's
��r the world    Now lt is reported that representative, today. "Probably that
' . t   m(in    ,���  first   wlll   answer   the   question -ot  paper
Germany, whose statesmeu .   gtock   for   Paclflc   coa8t   conBnmers
ridiculed the idea, has shown neroeiL  ^^ goJng ^ ^ ^ buglneBB ..
tadlned to fall in line with her neigh-,  ___
*ors- i    ftCflJ "The 0ld Homestead/'
The features in which this scheme Denman Thompson's *Tfce Old
falls short of the ideal system of in- Homestead," which will be brought
ternational Justice are, of course, ap- here on Wednesday, is proof against
parent says the Evening Post. San-j change of cast
guine'friends of peace who believed e-B-=-
that the elimination of the proviso regarding questions of vital interest aad .
MUonal honor would mean obligatory
arbitration on all questions^ill And
that the change has been not to
"must" but to "may," or, more correctly, to a position half-way between
"may" and "must." A nation that re
fuses to arbitrate may be forced to
arbitrate lf the commission of inquiry
bo decides; but since this commission
is composed of the citizens only of
the two parties to the controversy,
tbe probabilities are that the commission of inquiry would divide on lines
of nationality as so many :doramis-
sions of arbitration have hopelessly
done, though circumstances are conceivable where a member of the commission would take sides against his
own government.
A    closer    examination,    however,
shaws that  such  objections  to    the
Knox scheme are more apparent than
real.    They  are largely    unreal,  because  they  are  directed  against  inescapable  features  of any  voluntary
system of arbitral justice.   Thus, the
composition of the commission of   in-
��iniry which is to decide whether    or J
not a nation must go to court might
be improved by making it somewhat
more than a bi-partisan board.
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transcontinental railroad's; biggest
Umber and lumber manufacturing
.possessions.
A larj.e sum was iaid down, but tlie ,
balance of the $1,6UO,000 pricewas to
be paid  in  monthly    instalments    01 ;
S'lU.MM.      Pa> ments stopped  after  a
few months and in July, 1907.    David
broughl  suit  tj enforce performance
of contract ln the United States fed-1
���eral  court.    The  defendant, t-'iuterests j
claimed there was a .shortage of timber on the guarantee of David.
Winning judgment in tlie federal
courts, David was forced to follow
Swift and the railway interests into
Ihe l'nited States court of ap'peals in
San Francisco and there finally, several months ago, was awarded judgment fur the full amount of the bal-
Jincc due him.
in lhe meantime, the new timber j
owners brought action in the lower j
����nrtF of Hritish Columbia, claiming j
a Kbortane of 227,000,000 feet of tlm- |
ber, whereas David contended that
the timber ran 500,000,000 feet In ex-j
cess of Ins guarantee.
The lower court, however, held that
HmbcT that could not be marketed at
a print waB not timber, and David was
forced to curry his cause to tho court
of appeals, where, with Chief Justice
McDonald  and  Associate  Justices  Ir-J
ving and C.alliger concurring in three
distinct  opinions the appeal  was al-,
Jowed anl the action dismissed.
Must  Pay Court Costs.
Tiblber is limber," was tlie import
of  the  opinion.     Chief   Justice   Mac-'
Donald's was the last opinion to be ''
received   and   Its   arrival   yesterday,
tirought the Seattle man his final answer.   He had won and in addition to |
the loss of Uie action the defendants 1
to the appeal were obliged to assume
$35,000   worth   of   court   costs   David j
jiad contracted.
The Seattle man, in the meantime,
, "fcaa gone blithely on and J. R. Owens,
one of his associates for years, returned this week from Londoiuwhere
lie had floated a $L',UOU,OQp bond is-
Sine for the Ocean Falls Company,
limited, of Vancouver, B. C. The
stock in this $0,000,000 corporation al-
ready had been sold to Pacific Coast
.snd English capitalists.
David has been engaged In the lat-
_*gr Bince l'.ios, or shortly after lie sold
MM* to Swift and the Canadian North-
. sni Interests, und his idea, glowing
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SOLUTION BADLY WANTED FOR
VEXED PROBLEM OT RCfEREES
Nels Nelson's Proposed Introduction of Eastern Official
��� A Bine Young Westminster Runner At Vancouver
Sports���Interview With Battling Nelson���The Great
Lightweight's Opinion of Sport.
BY ROBERT A. WILSON
WHO'LL win the second coronation match thYs afternoon?
Tbis question has been on
tbe lips of ail lacrosse fans sinco
Thursday, when at Recreation park,
the Vancouver twelve sure had it all
over our boys. Although I cannot
Just reason out the why and the
wherefore, the world's champions did
not look like winners from the start.
There was lacking for one thing, that
combination which has so often in
tbe past, been the winning route over
which the Salmons trailed their victims. Alas! there was no trailing
done on Thursday by them; it was
rather, to them. We seemed altogether to fail to get Into that stride
which likewise hag meAnt so much in
the OHrlier struggles for the highest
honors In the lacrosse world. It U
true that Manager Welsh did not sent
over his strongest aggregation, possibly preferring to lay off Cliff
Spring, Punk Wintemute and Jimmy
Gifford, in view of the engagement on
July 1, which struggle will have a
big say in the destination of the resting place of the Minto cup this year.
This move is a wise one on the part
of those who are behind the champions and while It would be very nice
to see the handsome souvenirs of
the coronation dangling from the fobs
of our boys, the fact that the league
matches cut more Ice certainly
weighs bulkier when the pros and
cons are put on the scale. This year,
despite what some of the more ardent
fans may say to the contrary, both
the players and the executive of the
Westminster club fully appreciate
that the league pennant of lflll is to
be won only after a series of desperately hard-fought battles, battles in
which every contestant must be in
the pink of condition to ever hope to
win out. Tliere is something which I
. like about the men who make up the
personnel of the goy&lista, and that
Is that they feel that the games
against Con's team are not going to
be cakewalk affairs ln which it Is only
necessary to go on the field In any
old shape, feeling that it is only a
matter of how many goals they will
win by. The Salmon Bellies realize
what victory means to them and they
also have tiie gumption to appreciate
what defeat this season would mean.
1 have spoken to every player on the
team of this city with one exception,
and all are of the candid opinion tbat
in clashing with the bunch from the
Terminal City, they are clashing with
tbe second best twelve ln the world.
ways resulted ln a glorious twenty
two carat bust-up and sport receives
a black-eye from which it takes a
long while to recover. Surely when
otherwise sensible men, men of business and intellect fall out over sport,
it Is time that something should be
done by some strong man to bring
about a radical change. Sport should
be a relaxation from the cares and
worries of life, functions where tbe
business troubles of the week may
be relegated to the confines of the
office, and not occasions where
friendships are wrecked. If this matter was not so serious, one would be
constrained to treat it in the light of
a Cilbert and Sullivan comic opera.
But, Sportsmen, It ls too serious to
Jest about. If officials cannot be procured from the far east, let the field
Judges be tried out. There are surely
in this province some men who would
for the good of the game be willing
to get on the ground and assist in
two things, the making of a new and
truly sporting era in this western
country and the handshake of friends
who through feelings which should
not enter matters of this nature bave
become estranged. I have no use for
that specimen who Is known the
world over as a half-baked sport, and
there is nothing better than the man
who goes into sporting events with
all guns ready primed. But, dearie
me, surely we here have gone Just a
little too far with this whole question.
Looking from an absolutely unbiased
viewpoint. I, ln common with countless others, regret that sport should be
brought down to the level some
would have It. Give me, clean honest
sport, amateur it it can be got, but
falling tbat, then the professional element, is'nt it glorious to be able to
show off your favorite sport before a
concourse of people, to know that
your every move is under the keenest
critical observation of those who are
after all is said and done, tbe paymasters, the men who call the tune.
Take away the patronage and then
where are we all getting off at?
WESTMINSTER showed up wei
in the athletic events which
were held in connection with
the Made In Canada fair which was
held In Vancouver this week, and to
Hoult, Columbian college, belongs
much of the credit. Tbis well set-
upyoung, clear-eyed athlete, showed
bis heels to the rest of the field in the
races in which he participated, and
as Hoult Ib still ln his teens, he will
with a little practice develop into a
speed merchant of some renown.
Hoult, whose style reminded me of tbe
(Continued on Page Seven.)
CRICKET  MATCH   POSTPONED;
PRACTICE GAME INSTEAD
Owing to a misunderstanding, the
cricket match scheduled for. this
afternoon between Westminster knd
the B. C. E. lt. teams bas been called
off. and will be contested on a later
date. Officials of the W. C. C. asz
that all members attend at a practice
game at two o'clock on Moody square.
HISTORIC WITNE88 TREE
8WEPT AWAY BY FLOOD
Vancouver, Wash., June 23.���.The
trunk of a historic Balm of Ollead
Witness tree, to which Lewis and
Clark are said to have tied their canoes when they came down the Columbia river in 1805, was carried
down the river this mqrjilng at 7:30
o'clock by the high water. The old
trunk, around which so many historic
associations of the Pacific Northwest
aie entwined, fell on Sunday afternoon, June 27, 1909, two years ago.
Since that time thousands of relics
have been taken from the trunk and
sent as far away as England, Paris
Sweden, Germany and Australia. Several pieces of the trunk were sent to
museums in the northwest, and one
to the Smithsonian Institute. One
large cut is in the museum at the
State university In Seattle. The
gavel with which the world missionary conference was opened was from
a piece of the Witness tree, sent to
Lord Burleigh by Mayor Higgins, with
thecompilments of tbe citizens of Vancouver.
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correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpsrtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets over  ��18G.O00,OO0.O0
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Now on the
; market
MEADS'
Subdivision
District lot 171, corner Sixth avenue and Twentieth street
New cutoff runs through property
and the Eburne carline Juat below.
Cheap  taxes,   cheap  carfare, pure
spring water, beautiful view.
Just 22 lots on the subdivision and
Prices range from
$700 up
the terms are very easy, viz; one-
quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24
months.
If you wish to secure a lot in this
choice subdivision you will have to
hurry!  hurry!  hurry!
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696.
622 Columbia atreet.
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements?* Sale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street ' New Westminster
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave. and  Second  St.
BREAD SPECIALISTS.
Phone 435.
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham, Dresses, all in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies' Wash Skirts in white and colors from $1.65 up
^   '      *\
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
THE  Salmon   Bellies   .know   that
there are not going to be  any
snatch victories, no Joke wins,
but  a  number of  matches   In   whicn
every goal  has to be gained  by beat- j
ing down every Inch on the flelds of
play, where every goal  will  only   be!
won after    a   series    of    strategetic
movement! which will live In the hls-j
tory of the game for ever. Bearing all
these points in mind, it is good that
the players see eye to eye with the
management and that   daily practice
matches are taking place, not actually from force, but from the fact that
the players themselves agree that it
ls only in  fairness to those   patrons
who  liave  followed  the  destinies  of
the   Fraser   river    boys    since   'way
back   and  who   miss other   engage-
gagementa in  order to root for the
best  team  In  the   universe.      Dame
Humor, and the jade has lied of late,
whispers that a strong team will  be
out this afternoon, when   Vancouver-
ites  with  a  four-goal   lead   will   endeavor to add more points'* and   the
medals to their belts, but just what
the combination will be, 'tis hard to
say  at   this  writing.     I   would   say,
rather   forego   the  pleasure   of   winning    the  coronation    medals    than
risk  running into injuries and  arguments with a stick.   Keep that world-
beat lng team for Dominion Day and
then go to it.
THE  vexed  and  Uke-an-evil-spirlt i
question of the referee   ls always with us and each time
it's {.etting  larger, to quote the   olJ i
son).'.     Nels   NelBon   kept   close   tuo
on  the message  which   he   switched
over to Murphy, of the N, L. U., ask-j
ing for a referee, and the flrst news'
we got of it in these parts was when
the  press swung it back   over   the
wires.    It was suggested at   the annual meeting of tbe B. C. L. A. In this
city  that the eastern   body   be   approached but this was turned down in
favor of the two officials who were
unanimously elected by the delegates
present at that time.   A deal of friction has been caused this season over
this question, and to use an Irishism,'
the more I think of it, the less I think
of it.    I am surprised at one   thin.;
which has not been done this   yea."
and that is the appointment of an additional official on tbe fleld  of play.
While other  papers have  been hammering away  at the   single   referee
point, I have been continuously   asking that the double referee rule   be
brought  into  use  again.    Give   it a
trial;   if it doesn't make good cut lt
out. but for Heaven's sake, if there's
going    to    be any cutting out to be
done, let us cut out all this cant and
humbug; all this bickering and narsh
feeling which has been engendered of
late.   I bave seen so much of this in
s] orting circles in other lands and ln
all branches of sport and lt has   al-
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraaer River It ia a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast Speed Launch "Vite''
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones L117, R117.
A.   BVTTERFIBL.D,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phona 623.
Ut,
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4-
Hindoo Rheumatism (ffl
Stops ail itches and pains, bruises and burns, etc., in a few seconds,
and is the'best for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and stiff and swollen joints unless the trouble lies deep within the bone. Absolutely
harmless. i Contains  no injurious drug.   From all druggists.
INDIA   MEDICINE   CO.
Fraser Mills, B. G.
When you buy a Fashion-Craft suit, you
buy something you can believe in utterly.
Clean-cut, red-blooded, clear thinking
men are the ones who hove created the enormous demand for Fashion-Craft Clothes.
Prices $15.00, $18.00 to $35.00.
Oar salesman will be glad to show you through our
wardrobe.    You will be under no obligation to buy.
To Builders or Investors
Good Lot on Third street $1500;
1-3 cash; balance 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 18 NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
A.S�� Mills & Co.
517 Columbia St.
Thc Shop of "Fashion-Craft"
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin      jcX"lCr
Off .cial Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.E. R'y
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
8ATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911.
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WINNER OF SPLENDID VUIHU
Ml MAY TO BE NOMINATED
No Contestant Has Enough Start to Frighten Even a Timid Candidate���Positions of
Leaders Insecure���Uncertainty About Number of Votes Held by the Candidates Continues to the End���Everybody Has a Chance to Win-
Hustle, and Energy Will Be Amply Repaid.
The Auto That Will Be Given Away
By The Daily News, Aug. 5, wat purchased from the McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd.
B. C. BRANCH:   1285 PENDER  8TREET WE8T, CORNER JERVIS, VANCOUVER.
MACHINE  ON  DISPLAY  AT T. A. MUIR S. CO'S DRUG STORE, COLUMBIA   STREET.
���
The $1750 Auto is on Display atT. k. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jewelry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
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"Never look  behind    in  thc
race unless you want to lose.
Keep your eye on the   linish;
you can make your   exertions
count for more."
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The Opportunity of a Life Time.      ;
How many times during your life,
Miss Candidate, will someone give you
a chance as good as the one now staring you in the face und beckoning to
you ? How many times will someone
offer you an automobile, a piano, u
gold watch, a scholarship, a bedroom
set as an absolute gift, which the
Daily News is now doing ? The only
condition they place upon the #fis
is that you use a little of. your spare
time in showing that you will appreciate those gifts after you liave
received them.
Don't Admit It.
Anything that is worth while is not
easily possessed. You must put fortli
an effort. You must work in a systematic way. You must bind together
your spare hours with the cord of
some definite purpose and you will be
surprised at what you can accomplish.
You can not be defeated until you
admit it yourself. .
Plenty of Chances and  Prizes.
It is not like a race for only one
lone prize. There are ELEVEN OF
THEM, if you cannot get one there is
still the next best to go after. Just
take a square look at the special
double offer. It wlll nay you.
She Was Willing.
"Oh, to be sure, I would like one of
the prizes and be awfully glad.
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The Prizes. ?   -
Eleven In all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wl.l be
divided into  the  thiee district.I as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in tb>
three dlsti lets combined will be awarded the $1750 McLaughlin
Buick touring car.
The candidate receiving the most votes in Ihe remaining thiee
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house and is on display at their siore, the
Walker block, 425 Columbia street.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of tlie district prizes.
���       ^ The  Nine  District  Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from tho Westminster Modern
Business college. They are good for eight months tuition and worth
|90 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased fro-ri
Galloway & Lewis and can ne seen at tlieir store, corner Fourth
and'Columbia streets.
Three beautiful soil! 14k. gold watches worth' $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford s Jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District.
In order to give every candidate an equal chance to become
the possessor of one of these valuable prizes the territory has been
divided into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits.
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
Including Sapperton.
District No 3���All territory covered by the Daily and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
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PHOTO BY W. T. COOK8LEY.
"Model 27" Price Complete, $1750
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The purchasing of a motor car ro- and by thorough workmanship in un-
semhles the purchase of a diamond or seen details.
a  precious  stone:   the  reputation  of.    The  undeniable  success   we    have
the tirm   from   which   either is   pur- met  with  in  marketing our  produc:
chased must be   absolutely   reliable, can be attributed only to a wide, ac-
Long befoie we    entered
motor   car   construction,
Now, if you are In that    position,
your hesitation can only be the result
of a wrong viewpoint���you are looking upon the motor car as a luxury���
into    our curate knowledge of what is right and an extravagance,
the   name best.   This   knowledge   we   have en-1    Get rid of that thought. Every care
Secret Ballot.
It Is pointed out that if the contestant so wishes he can turn in his
subscriptions, and have liis votes issued as a secret ballot. This is the
votes will not be taken into consideration, except at the close of a period.
Bur-] or jn tile event of a special prize bein
gled a vivacious little lady yesterday   offered.
when approached by the contest man
ager
test.
and invited  to enter    the con-
"lf I thought my friends would
Unpaid  Subscription:  Count.
Ml subscribers to the Dally News
do all the work, I would be willing t<>| wbo are in arrears on their subscrip-j
have my name in the list    of candi-   tion   account,  and   who  settle  same,
dates, but I do not like to bother peo-; are entitled to votes according to the |
pie, even for the Dally News." | schedule.    When  you  pay  your sub-
Willing to  take an auto that  cost j scrj.,tion   be  sure    you    receive the
the Dailv News J1750 In real money, I votes to which you are entitled,
served up on    a silver   platter    and: ��� ���
garnished up with sweet water cress
of friandship, but unwilling or unable
to turSa hand to further the cause
wliich'would bring honor and profit
to her. I nri7(.
*�� t^lt^VTX^L^l ^effort you bave put forth to win it,
not. reMVie Unit Yx\ b\x ��ee\iu ttie com-\ 	
peUUon   w\\\   end.     LOok   over   your
calendar on the wall and see if August i
5 is not six weeks from now.    It isj
very true that much can be done even, 	
in  one  day,  but   much  more  can  bsj
accomplished in six weeks.   Quite   a      Nominations for the big automobile
few in the list have made some pro-' contest   are   published    below,   and
gress,  but  no  one  has  a  start  that
could  not be  overcome in a day or
If you do your best and fall to wit
the first grand prize, you can be assured that if you come out second
best in your district, you will get a
that is worth    ten    times    the
Standing of Candidates.
show  the  growing    interest    in the
two,  according   to  the  published  returns this morning.
The Daily    News    is giving    prizes
that arc the "real articles," and all it I
will require to win them ls a little bit:
of effort.    Take the McLaughlin auto-'
mobile for instance.   The one winning,
it  will surely have moie hours���yes,'
five to one���of pleasure with the prize
than they worked to win.   Just think'
of it���one of the prizes for less than'
a week of solid work.    Can you beat
it ?   No, but you can win a prize, anyway, if you try.
Future Subscriptions.
Contestants may find in some cases I
friends who wish to help them In thei
contest  by  subscribing for the  Daily1
News, but are already taking a local
paper,  which is paid in  advance and,
do  not   desire   to  receive  more  than
one local daily in their home at thei
same  time.    The contest  department
lias arranged to accept and Issu? votes!
on  all  such  subscriptions, the  paper
to start at any future date that the1
subscriber may designate.
Securing Subscriptions.
Candidates ln any certain district
are in no way restricted from secur-1
ing subscribers in any locality that i
they may wish. For instance, a can-'
didate In Distiict 1 may secure sub-|
ecriptions in District No. 1 and Dis-j
trlct No. 2 may secure subscriptions!
in District No.  1;  in fact, candidates
competition.
j see if you cannot
' friend.
Look them through, and
add    that   of   a
Miss Bell Hood, 513 Queens Ave. 1660
Miss M. Elley, 226 Third St 1310
Miss Helen C.  Day, 208  Regina
St (1040
Mrs. Poigndestre, 3i�� Albert Crescent   2010
Miss  Genevieve  Drisco'.l,    402
First St   4170
Miss  Katie  Muir      2420
Miss Hazel Kennv, 417
St	
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St. George    1420
Miss Winnie Keary, 72 First St. 1100
Miss Marie Morrow. 321 Queens
Ave 1200
Miss    Lillian     Jenkins,     503
Fourth Ave  4100
Miss  Ruby  Fletcher,  117  Third
Ave   2050
Miss    Uutb    Robinson,    Queens
Park 2750
Miss Rogers, 227  Third  St 1G80
Miss  Jennie  Hryson lOOo
Miss Daisy Dawe, Fourth St. and
Queens Ave    ir,;o
Miss Kathleen Welsh, 325 Sherbrooke St.,  Sapperton 1470
Miss  Naomi  Rolph,    221    Third
St  195(j
Miss Adele Bilodeau, 214 Carnarvon st  jjogg
Miss G. Corrigan, 122 Royal Ave   1490
Mrs. Winnie Tait, 29    Columbia
,.,     Sf-;  ;  1760
Miss   Evelyn  Cunningham   ....    8670
"  Bou'e  1640
Thompson      1340
S.  Davies,  314  Warren
��������������������������������� I "McLaughlin" was symbolic    of    the deavored to transmit to our auttom'o- fui student of economics today admits
 'perfect-     conveyance���42   years'    ex  biles, producing a car well woi thy of that the motor car ls net a luxury���
perience.   We have endeavored to up- the Canadian publlc and one of wiiic'j It pays its way as a time-saver and a
hold this reputation as our automobile
manufacturing developed. The construction of our cars is not upon experimental lines, but on the contrary, their effectiveness and durability has been brought about by yea-3
of careful development and designing,
they may well feel proud.
This may be read by some who,
while remotely considering the pos-
eibillties of a motor car, either for
business or r'easure, still have not
reached tlie |oi:it where they are
Justified in making the expenditure.
health conserver.
Did  you  ever  hear  of a  motorist,
speaking  in  terms pf  dissatisfaction
of the Idea of owning a car ?    If you
did, lt Is safe to say that the car he-,
owns 1 snot a McLaughlln-Buick.
owns is not a McLaughlin-Buick.
;er: THE 2nd GRAND PMZt teWtStigT0
WORMWim PIANO
DESCRIPTION.
N'ew Im| roved sc lie with heavy iron plate.    Double vrnee'ed in
figured  walnut or mahogany.    Carved top panels.    Full-length swinging music desk.    Three peda's     Sustaining 1 edal.    Rolling fall,
tinuous hinges throughout.    Trichord  o\e
peatlng action.    Ivory ke
action.
Height, 4 feet 6 inches
pS&Sf&S The Columbia Piano Co.,4250'"���
, Miss C.
Mrs. E.
Mrs.  C.
con-
strung scale.    Elastic    re-
octaves.     Patent   noiseless   pedal
DIMENSIONS.
Width, 5 feet li��  Inches. Depth, 2 feet  3 in.
bia Street.
See   the   Three  Beautiful
1160
1160
1240
1140
1070
von St 2170
Miss  Annie  Tidy,  corner Tenth
St. and Fourth Ave 1340
Miss Irene Klckhoff, 725 Carnarvon St 1200
Miss  Mary  Eastman,  Eighth  St.
and  Queens  Ave   3760
Miss  Mary  Antoine,    Eighth St.
and Fourth Ave  1000
Miss Johnson, 611 Ash St 1220
Miss Sangster, 422 Sixth St.  ...  1000
Miss Anna Russell, 509  Holland
St    1260]
Mrs.  W. E. Fales, 67  McKenzie
St 5700
District No. 3���All tenitorv covered
by the Daily and Weeklv News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
Miss Pearl Brlce, Ladner,
Mrs. H, Cooper, Langley, '
Mrs.  G.  W.  Sterling, Le  Rod',.
Landing             n-0
Mrs.   Rawilnson,  Langley   ....      1000
Mrs. F. BJ. Hen ing. Fords Land-
'ng       1630
Miss Stewart,  Eraser Mills      1540
1000
1200
may    secure    subscribers    wherever
they can get them. I Miss   Ethel   Ennis,   811   Royal
Old  Subscriptions Count. | Ave 1750
All subscribers to the Daily News  Mis8 Helen shaw> 214 Mowat St. 3760
may    participate    in    this     contest
whether    old    subscribers    or    new.
Votes are Issued  on all subscription
payments of one dollar or more.
Contest Closes August 5.
Not quite seven weeks remain to
secure the votes necessary to win the
big prizes. Just think of it, eleven
prizes having a value of $3000 offered
absolutely free to successful contestants In the three districts. Any of
these magnificent prizes are worth :i
etrenuous effort.
Absolute Secrecy.
This method ensures absolute secrecy, and should, therefore, appeal to
those of the candidatcs who are adverse to showing their hand to the
rest, and to tbe public at large.
District No. 1���All territory west of
east side of Sixth street, within New Ave.
Westminster city limits.
Votes.
Miss  Elizabeth Orr, 422 Eighth
Street         1240
Mrs. J. E. Insley. Clarkson St. ..10640
Miss Ethel Buckland, 609 Queens
Avenue           1150
Miss Brooks. Thirteenth St 2360
Miss  Frances Cunningham, 727
Third Ave	
Miss May Kitson, 52 Sixth St
Miss  Laura Lavery. 60S Carnar- I 52! *1���' fr"** Mills
��� Miss !��� lorenco Lord. Ladnt r
Miss   Ruby  Kirkland,   Ladner..
! Miss    Kathleen    McBride,    Port
Guichon 	
Miss Katie Neilson, South' Vancouver   	
Miss   Annie   Hambrook,   South
V tncouver     	
Miss Rosy PbJlcox, Mission	
Christie  McGregor,  Ladner
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner!'.
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner ..   .
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner
Miss Emma Chlddell, Ladner
Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner'
Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury
Miss Lillian Coggins. Sunbury
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner
Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
Miss G.  Dove, North  Vancouver 1070
Miss  M.  Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver        1000
Mrs. Thompson 13301 Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills ..      1000
Violet  McGuffen,  208    Eleventh Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
St 2500. Ave. East, Vancouver 1000
Miss  Olive  Archibald    lir,ojMrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam  ' 1000
Mrs. R. Collier, 1015 St. Andrews 2550   M1ss Grace Morrison,  Edmonds    8630
Mrs.  L.  MacLean    3100 I Mrs- W. T. McGiloray,   Chilliwack 1580
Miss McAdam. 1016 Seventh Ave. 1060  Ml8s Huff, Chilliwack       moo
Mrs. Walter Thompson    1340 Mlss '-thel McCabe, Chilliwack     1320
  iMiss K.  Smith, Abbotsford   ...'. looo
District No. 2���All territory east of ?!fss Wle Woo,er' Abbotsford ..  1020
Miss May Musgrave, Earl's Road 1050
Miss Gertrude Voigt, East    Coi-
Furniture   Sets
That the Daily News is giving away August 5th. They*
were purchased from.
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
'j Mrs.   E.  Sterling,  612   Brantford 1400
1400
1000
1200
1650
1500
1270
1000
1300
1000
1400
1300
1280
1420
Three $96.00 Scholarships in
the Wesiminster Modern
Business College
Will be given away by the Dally News
August Sth, 1911.
Our premises are large and airy,
occupying the upper floor of the Cunningham building, which is situated
In the busiest business section of the
city. This is no small advantage. It
is most central for business men who
wish to call on us to obtain office
help, and as all car lines   pass our
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
west, side of  Sixth  street,  including
Sapperton.
Miss    Sinclair,    Third   St.   and
Third Ave 1290
Miss    Hosana    Beveridge,    23* |
Third Ave ifl20
Miss Florence McLeod, 240 Third
St H30
lingwood    iioo
Miss Murray, Central Park 1070
Miss White, Port  Kells    1500
Miss    Mary    Peterman,    Fraser
Mills
1000
doors lt is most conveniently located
for all students from the suburban
districts.
Attention Is especially called to the
excellent teaching staff and to the
splendid facilities afforded students
to secure an extrance into business
life after graduation.
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   They are on display at
T.  Gifford's   Jewelry Store,  Columbia Street
Vv,
ffi^S&^gSE S Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care
Miss Fitzgerald, Huntingdon ... 1000 " "n*"1" ������     ���*           - ��
of The Daily News, 'Phone L 22
*$m. T      SATURDAY, JUNE  24, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of  NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-, whose tenders are i
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-      TRICT���District of  New   Westmin-j     The cheque of  tl
oon,  of   MooBe   Jaw,    Saskatchewan.  ��t.r   n   r* _ -i~*
THE DAILY NEVra.
  Saskatchewan
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast sidj
of the south end of Read Island an 1
.at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502
tbence west 80 chains, tbence nortb
40    chains,  thence
"thence  south    40
220 acres more or lesa
CHARLES JOHNSON,
i Bert Warren, Agent
1   Dated Aprll 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District tf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to salt water, thence following
ebore Hue in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, tlience west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 6th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,   Emma
Dick, of Vaucouver, U. C, occupation
married woman, intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing at  a
post planted at tbe southeast corner
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    tbence    east   80
cbalns, thence north 40 cbalns, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA  DICK,
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll 12th, 1911.
not accepted.
_^^���^^^���^^���Jhe successful
Take notice tbat  Hairy  derer will be held as security, or par
^^^^^^^^ security, for the due fulfilment of tbo
contract to be entered into.
The lovest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
 M L.   K.  JONES.
xuiua. memo um��ij lake   which  point is    situate    about; Secretary
>    east    80 chains,  gtxty  (go) chains south-westerly from! Department of Railways ani
chains,    containing | the northerIy eno 0f the .aid Qreen' Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
fake,   thence  west  40  chains,  thence I     (Newspapers   inserting   this   adver-
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains i tisement without  authority from the
more or less to tbe shore of Green1 Department will not be paid for it.)
lake,  thence  northerly  following the: ���g
shore of Gren  lake to the point    ofl .,,__,_., ���.. _	
commencement, containing one   hun-!AUCT,0N 8ALE OF TIMBER BERTH
and  sixty   (160)   acres more or|     COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
ster,  B.  C, ^^^^^^^^^ ,
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
ten.lSofuticn Badly Needed For fj
?at Vexed Problem 0/ Referees
(Continued from Page Tive.)
dred
less.
Dated  April
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
22,  1911.
Sixty Y*\
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 22454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake,, thence
south 80 chains, thenoe ' west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
II. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
famous Coiineff und Tinder, is built
on  running lines.      His body tapers
Railways and Canals { flnel>' and a want ot superflous flesh
,... m*   .m.. ' assists Hoult to canter   round a track
In a manner which would be   otherwise than graceful.   In tbe half mile
Hoult's  time   was. returned   as   1:32
and when  I  looked on two   watches
and saw the figures, 1 nearly had a
flt.    The world's professional  record I
has stood at l:53>4 since 1871, and to
the credit of an Englishman,   Frank j
f Hewitt, of Stalybrldge.   Yet here we
The right   to    cut    timber    under | had a conege Doy chopping more than
license on Berth No. 551, comprising, twenty-one seconds off these figures
the following  lands  ln  the Province ,<-.������* - *
jof Biitish Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at tbe upset price
of $2150.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 16th day of August next,
at the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 651, situate in
tbe Province of British Columbia. In
township 4, range 28, west of the 6th
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 ot
less.
A license will not be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict '-f
COAST���Take notice that 1, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpenter,  intend  to  apply    for
permission to purchase the fol.owing
described lands:    Commencing at    i
post  planted  lo chains north of the
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice tbat I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, intend to apply for permission to pur-
case tlie 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 chains, thence west)
80 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot'
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent
May 2, 1911.
Could it be possible?    Hoult laughed'
when I informed blm of his marvel-!
Ious performance, but when he and I
measured the circle and on a sawdust
bed, please note, it was found   that
tha track wns 146 yards short of 8801
yards.   Then the laugh was on the of-1
'flcials. Hoult also won Ole mile event.
saving his final effort until fifty yaids
from  the  tape  and   displaying   fine
judgment in the pace he set the fleld.
The surprise of the mee.tl.ng was the
astonishing  form  shown   by  a   rank
amateur.   I use the word "rank" advisedly as it was only at the last moment and when tbe other competitors
sag ���- ������-�����-"������" if*���*.*>, i Were on their marks that Allan Dou-
and  the  ground   rental  for the  flrst | ga)1 ,��� 8treet attlre and wear of moc.
year, have been paid. cans agked that blg entry be accepted.
The conditions of payment, rate of   He wlge)y took advantage of a ten.
rental,  etc.,  are  contained    In    the  yard Btart whlch wag conceded him
Timber Regulations, a copy of which | by  the  other  tralned   athletegi  who
may be secured on appHcatlon to the  doubtle8g ]ooked upon the intruder asl
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber  goft goodg but when tbe race wag de.
elded with Dougall a good second to J
the Westminster runner, it was plain I
' that a pedestrian of worth had been!
DrPRICFS
Agent at  New Westminster
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the  Interior,
Ottawa, May 20, 1911.
CREAM
Baking ponder
It makes bome baking easy
and gives nicer, better and
cleaner food than tbe "ready-
made." There Is no baking
powder or preparation like lt
or equal to It lor quickly and
perfectly making the delicate
hot biscuit, hot bread, mullln.
cake and pastry.
No Alum���No Lime Phosphates
"Alom In hairing powder te dangerous and should be prohibited."
*     ���Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Dlbtrici o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tlie following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence nortb 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, thence soutli
40 cliains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated  April   16th,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration to the estate of
Elizabeth Ann Scott deceased intestate, late of Westminster Junction,
were granted by the Supreme Court
of British Columbia in probate to
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robertt
Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all persons having any claims or demands
against the said Elizabeth Ann Scott
who died at the City of New Westminster on the 2nd Marcli, 1911, are
required on or before the lst day of
July,  1911,  to send  by  post  prepaid
dug up. Although not versed ln tbe
finer stragetic moves of a runner,
Dougall made up for this by sticking
to hls fleld In a mannt    which was
annals of the squared arena; the man   and wlll
come back.   Nelson lives a
���; who put the boxing game on a high1 clean life and keeps his body pure,
worthy of the praise showered upon j pinnac]e and who by b|��� straight Non-drinking and non-smoking are as-
him. In the home stretch, and after | metii0d 0f uving has been an example sets which must tell in his favor and
being passed by a V. A. C. man, Dou- * of wnat an athlete can attain lf he when ono remembers all those things,
gall spurted and ran into second but determines on a certain line ot why should lt be, as some wiseacres
place, finishing a hard race, for sec- nVing and wno carries that through, aver, an impossibility for Oscar Mat-
ond prize by two yards. Although I deB1,jte the counter attractlona and thaw Nelson to come back ? He is
am inclined to look upon this young Pftrails which boxers ln the higher as strong physically as ever he was
fellow as a slmon pure  amateur,   It | flights,   perhaps   more   than   other  and can rattle home in his old time
branches of sport, are apt to fall for.  manner.
The Battler whom I some years ago I "~~~-~"
approached to do a big favor for the'      _ elson   does   not   mince   his
vaudeville artistes   of the  old  coun-   IVI     when it comes
would be well that more care were
taken by the officials of tbe union or
association under whose auspices tbe
permit was granted. There was nothing that I could tee which would hav
_, ,       -w      m.~m       mj        ,,.Jul.       y. ,1<(*1U
Commencing    at   a    post    planted j or to deliver to the undersigned solicl-
about one mile east of T. L. 32454, i tors of the said John Reece Scott and
....       t.mma IT��-1 ��   - *--     '    -
and  two miles  from   Haslam   Lake,
thence east  80 chains,  tbence  south
80   chains,   thence   west    8 0   chaini,   _       _��� ��� . ., ���.���.�����,,
thence north 80 chains to point of j and statement of their accounts verl-
commencement and containing 640 fled by statutory declaration, and tho
oproo m���� ���**��� '��=- nature of the securities, if any, held
by them.
Loftus   Robert  Scott,   administrators,
their names and addresses, and full
I particulars ln writing of their claims,
---���������- -*-'^l try when  they
prevented a professional having had | and wbo were
his sentry accepted as the only question  asked  was  "Are
went out on
coun-
strike
ELSON
words
acres more or less.   ^^^^^^^^^^
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan  O'Hara,   Agent
May 2, 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, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 cbalns, thence east
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chains, commencement."ind
tlience east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
���or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
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.i
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence!
80 chains north, thence 80 chains eas-,
thence 80 chains south to point oi
containing    640
j^J      worus  when  It comes   right
- . r~,' ���."".   """"'  ���'^     down to a discussion on the
were flghting a Just   cause,' attitude adopted by local authorities
itsata.     ,,  - aB,8ted '" no ?ma"   way ia  who are death on the   boxing game.
So manv instances could   bo  b!"eald?g up �� combine, has met more  ..Here the   oUce gay professional box
...m. .      bo many mBiances coum   do   champions and near champions  than  j^ contests cannot be oermltted and
instanced could be recalled of a bunch j any other boxer  ln  the   ,ightWelltht  HS cTeBt? ca??ot. be P^mitted and
of betting men entered a professional j, -
teur?"
you   an   ama-
and who
ln a race of this nature and then
scooping up the proceeds from the
pigeons, that It would be well that
greater care were exercised when ac-
cpting at the last moment entries for
sport meetings in this province. The
old-time custom of "ringing" in a
dark horse is not yet relegated to the
-    ..r,..am*>*B*'i. yet a bunch of hoddledehoys   called
class, and although his ears are, well,  amateurs are allowed to    slamb-bang
slightly bulged, this is the only thing at each other untu further orderg and
in the man s makeup that would con- no one gay8 them nay.    There must
nect   him  with  the   mystic   square.; be something wrong about the code
There   are  many    leading   athletes  wbicb aHows ot gUch a thing   being
whom I could name and who whilst  proi0nged.   I do not say that many
flne fellows in their way, would be  amateur boxers are not a pride to the
out of their element, for the reason, Queensberry game, but I  what I do
h���mno ._���   _���   nn. hv I _,hn,; [ZT\ that in ear|y llfe they never   bat| a  most strongly state is that what   is
by-gone ages, no, not by a whole lot. I chance t0 ?et next t0 tbe   education   Be**. for one should be flesh for the
The Made in Canada   air wouid havo  proposition, but not so with the Bat- i f^er       have IndifferentSts of   hi
been a great success from a sporting   fw     i��� the Terminal city, Bat wai'!--" different paits of the
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT��� Diet 1st of New  Westmin-
DISTRICT���District1 gter���Take    notice   that    I, Dorothy
George  Kry,   0f   Seattle,   Wash.,   occupation
oc' I married  woman, Intend to apply  fo"-
COAST    LAND
ef Coast���Take notice that I
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta       	
cupation real estate, intends to apply I permission to purchase the following
for  permission  to  purchase the    fol- j described lands:
lowing described lands:   Commencing;     Commencing at a post planted about
at a post planted southeast corner ot; one mile eaBt  of Thcortosla iake. at
T. L. 31792, thence north  80 chains,   T   h   81562   thence   east 80  chains.
And take notice that after tbe lst
day of July, 1911. the said John Reece
Scott and Loftus Robert Scott will
proceed to distribute the assets of
tbe said deceased among the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only
to the claims of which tbey shall
then have had notice, and tbe said
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robert
Scott,   administrators,   will    not    be  .	
liable for any debts or liabilities of,     -.-----   -"    "~"  '""'"*  "1" I friend   introduced   the   subject    and
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott of which  each other like so many Handy-Andies   even at that tbe Durable Dane
they shall not    have    then received  an?.,he,at'emPt8 ��J ��he8e ���a Jj Kr��b   not over mirthful of the topic*   Re-
notice' ' hear  tt.^wSftffiS' (?)   of  Lw   ����lon'   *��* and   clean   Jumorous
Dated this 6th day of June. 1911.      ��ra   ".*   �����* Sous in the ei'   Btorle9 are BatB Btrone "��*��� an<* ib a
WADE,    WHEALLER,   McQUARRlE | ,��^�� ���V   n*J!" w?,-���"! in...tnp ex    manner   whlrh    ���� *   ...    -.
vlpwnnint   had   the   management    of   },?   * '". *~~  --������""" *���"���*��� Da,1- "BB, world  seen so-called  amateurs    win
Viewpoint   naa   me   management    01   dlned   at  one  of  the  most   exclus ve valuable   nrizea   In   return   for    their
this section  been  in the   hands   of <   * b d       , ,    th     lead)n��� vai .      ,��.!?8   ,   retur5 tor    l   ,
thnqe who were versed in such work-1 CIU.8,  ana  met, raen   ln  tn��   'eaamg efforts with the gloves.    Some people
tnose wno were jersea in sucn worn | professions. and not a word of flght Bav that onlv mlkm mt . .....,-
lngs.    Medal  and  badge and   ribbon | wa3 km   unIegg member 8or ��*
bedecked  officials   were  falling over, ,h������h   i���*..~j ->   �����- ������
ft MARTIN,
_,    .      .. ,".    'nC��� ~"   manner   which    cannot   be   mlscon-
treme.    Chester  Mclntyre wltb none   ., j   ,__	
���. m.ra.aaai-, 1   , ...       1     j      . Hai.      m   Za   vi-   strued, he tells in his own inimita-
_ ,. ..        -   ��.�����������������",          ..lot the prize decorations around   his   K).	
Solicitors for John Reece Scott ui   ���..i.  i   *���'���""	
say tbat only members of a certain
club are permitted to witness bouts
decided at these clubs, but I know
otherwise. What is an amateur anyway ? I have been trying for years to
find out, but I am as far from the
solution now as when I started out.
It was to me a means towards   an
Loftus Robert Scott.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
_ _     E       - ST.   who?.,   ioSta bl�� manne'. the Impression, h ����� ^S^*."'"T^ l wl�� ����������� that
anfl without this V. a. C. *mSSx,it �����*>��?* ����*�� !������� Tea��� o!  itutol V l**\����� l dld not love the Bame.
���*" " '   ---- Q     an4 u��. mingling with the  crowS Sc lJJMwUV JMfsLir"""
l��e. ���wo "l��!�� had to Uke up some business
manly   form  waa         _. .._�� uu�� . uiu uui. love ine game,
tn�� without thl. >. a. ��. physical di-  SSTS? ���IS!?��-^.l*?!!."        ***&���} I was like many another young fellow
rector it would, Indeed, have been % J5a *** anagnng with the  crowd oC. who had *����� ******* **- ���---'	
sorry  meeting.    Men  like Mac   who ^^^ \ When 1 n
know the Ins and outs ot the g��me!fl^lK^g^g^g^l.g^g^^^^^^^^^^^HI:*>
Mil
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in I should only handle a gathering of
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30' this kind. Let the others form into
to 60 Inclusive, being subdivisions J a guild of good fellowship and carry
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���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation spinster, intenils to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T. L. 31792. thence west 80 chains.
thenee north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, und containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent
May 19, 1911.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND,
CANALS, CANADA.
of the south half   of   section   18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
tbe above property will be issued to
Benjamin Stevenson on tbe 30th day
of June, 1911, unless ln the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me tn 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.
out all thefr by-plays In a back room
outside tbe ken of sensible men.
HUDSON  BAY RAILWAY.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed  tenders  addressed    to
the
Tendar
IRED out with travelling and
dead-beat, and in a heavy
slumber, I found Battling Nelson ln the early hours of Thursday
morning when the C. P. R. steamer
from Seattle docked in Vancouver.
Battling Nelson, the greatest little
lightweight boxer who ever drew on a
glove, the Fighting Dane, who for fifteen years wrote Ji'8 name big in the
AN Nelson come back? T>oiens,1 t^^Ht^w*1^'.^wTt
��� ������i.���j   n,���*      ���_.n ���, ' 'ate a set ot hard and fast rules whicli
���^        asked   that   question   of  me     ,���       fc    &   t      t        d    fl m
1ST��rj.tb��a ��rKs ^itT^b^taZX ^
ere the future can be discerned In couJd only terminate when one or
the columns of the Daily Newi>,other of t���e punchers was unable to
amongst other papers 1 have said come t0 the Kratch but wlth giove8,
that Nelson was not down for the | ,t ,g a totaJ|y dlfferent thlng. Look
i count when at Point Richmond, in] at tQe ,atest craze_ aviat|on. Yet the
California, Ad Wo gast took hi* [ authorities allow all this, in fact make
crown an J title. Eddie Smith, prince provig)on for hoIding back the crowd3
of referees, was in my opinion*.wrong whIch 8Warm to see a massacre and
in stopping the bout in the   fortieth | nobody sen(]8 ^ an appea, to put   a
stop to it.    Isn't   It    funny ?    Poor
tbence south  80 chains, thence    east 1 undersigned  and    endorsed
thence north 80 cbalns toj for construction of Hudson Bay Hail
containing'wav," will  bo received at this oITU'e
80 chains
point    of commencement
tilo acres more or less.
HANNA  BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April  16th, 11)11.
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
of August, for a section of about 185
miles from Pas Mission to Thicket
Portage.
Plans, specifications nnd form of
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of j contract to be entered into can bo
Coast���Take notice that I, James seen on and after Wednesday, Mav
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation bioker, intends to
Apply for permission to purchase the and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
following described lands: Commenc^ of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
Jng at a post planted at the north- \ Bay Railway, Winnipeg, at whicii
west corner of the Green Point In-1 places forms of tender may be ob-
dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains,  talned.
thence north  80  cLains,  thence  east.     Parties tendering will  be  requirei
40 chains, 'thence    south 80    chains, | to accept the fair wages schedule pro-
] 81, at the office of the Chief Engineer
of    the    Department    of    Railways
The person or persons  having    in
their  custody  or  possession  the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the I
same to the undersigned. i
(a) 18th March, 1895. Grant from
tho crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance In fee from Farquhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson. |
(c) 15th August, 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Con-!
veyance in fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage.
id) 21st March, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
N'ew Westminster distiict.
(a). The name, address and occupation of tlie applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing. Burqiiltluni, B, C.   rancher.
(b).    The name of the lake, stream
or source   (if  unnamed, the description  is)���I'nnameJ, running   through  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
northwest and southwest portions of  recovered ln a wonderful manner and
actually had the better of the passages at arms in the following two
rounds.   It will never, to me at least,
round.    Those wbo have followed the
career of Nelson  in  the ring,   know
that   he  can   take   punishment   and
glory  In it.    Although  he was badly
beaten up, much of this was, in my
opinion, brought about by his manner I
of boring   into Wolgast   and   taking
knocks wliich would have sent scores I
of other boxers to eternal dreamland,
but not so B, N.   You couldn't knock
hi mout with a coal hammer. He took,1
I say, these blows with tho one pur-
pose in  view, and  Ihat to assort his
own  blows  that   Wolgast  would  tire
the   quicker.     Nelson   although    hlm- j
self tiring in the thirty-seventh round
down trodden boxing. One of the
finest form of exercise it is possible
to think of."
MARKET
REPORT
���containing 320 acres more or less.     I
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,    |
Boone Keilin, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911. |
pared or to be prepared by the Department of Labor, which schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors are requested to bear
in mind, that tenders will not be considered unless made strictly in accordance with the printed forms, and
in the case of firms, unless there are
attached the actual signature, the
nature of the occupation,  and  place
the
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS I
TRICT���DiBtrlnt of  New  Westmln-!
ster.���Tnke notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,'
Of Vancouver, occupation    merchant,
Intend  to  apply  for    permission    toi water is to be used  (describe same)
block 8, Buinaby ^^^^^^^^^^^^
(c). The folnt of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic ram and pipe.
(f).    Thc   premises   on   which   t'ie
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
TRIST���District of New Westminster, B.C.���Take notice that Charles
Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation clerk, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following  of residence of each member of
described  lands:     Commencing at    a   firm. a^L^M
post planted at northeast point of. An accepted bank che-me for tho
unchartered island, thence following j gum of $200,000.00 made payable to
the shore to point of commencement, the order of the Minister of Railway-?
containing three acres more or less,'and Canals must accompany each ten-
about two miles south of Pender der, which sum will be forfeited It
Harbor at Point Francis, and about the party tendering declines entering
150 feet southwest from lot 997, and, into  contract  for the  work,  at    the
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
tbence east 80 chains, thence nortli
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
200 feet southeast from lot 2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER.
May 29th, 1911.
rates stated in tbe offer submitted.
The cheques thus sent in will be
returned to the respective contractors
Advertise in      1
The Daily News
Sales were brisk at the weekly market yesterday, and befoie the mid-day
hour, the empty divisions told a tale
of satisfactory business. The special
cars from the outlying districts
brought In plentiful supplies of all
bo quite clear if Nelson was stalling commodities, with perhaps the single
In the round when Smith ruled the j exception of veal, which ls at thia
bout to stop. I have repeatedly seen time a rarity. Spring lamb at $6.50
boxers stall with a purpose in view, per carcass made a welcome appearand I do not know that Nelson wasn't, ance, and although the shipment was
I have never asked him and never | on a larger scale than anticipated, the
intend to do so. Be It as it may, the young tender meat found ready and
third man in the ring had no license willing buyers. Vegetables presented
to call a halt and as for the San a welcome picture, all kinds ot green
I Francisco  battle  when  Owen  Moran   stuffs being on hand.    Tomatoes, thQ
won from the Danish mayor of Hege-1
wish on what will go down in records
as a K. O., I will always have my
doubts. I said long before I saw the
moving pictures of that contest that
flrst home grown to be on the stalls,
went rapidly.     Lettuces are slow in
coming in, and the few bundles went
at flve cents for two heads.
Herrings were conspicuous for their
���Southwest portion of block 8, Bur-1
naby. ^g^^_
(g).   The purposes for which   the|
water is to be   used���Domestic   and
agricultural.
(k).   Th's notice was posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application  will  be made   to   the   commis-  Nelson was off his knees when Ben absence,  but the offerings of  smelts
sioner on the 14th day of July, 1911.  Seiig   wa3 during the    fcotinting pro- filled the bill to a large extent. Spring
at 2:30 p. m.                                             cess, lowering his arm for the call of salmon was  stronger  than  for soma
(1).   Give the names and addresses nine.   I am not out boosting Nelson; weeks, and ready sales were'effected
of   any   riparian    proprietors   or   li- j am i��0ing on the principle which has Flowers  were  In  abundance.    The
ceneees   who   or   whose   lands   are been maintained in the American ring fragrance and perfume, with th�� flna
likely to be affected by the proposed  far too long.   Having thought over all display made by Harrv Tidy was all
works, either above or below the out- those happenings, 1 do not think Nel- sufficient  to attract  visitors     Roses
let���Mr.  Rowe,  Johnson,   rond.   Bur-  SOn can yet be sent to the discards, were in profusion, and sold at   Rood
quitlam, B. C.J   Mr. White, Hamilton  He has had a long and mighty credit- prices.
road;   Mr.  Freeman    Bunting,    Gunn  able record and after a rest which he Poultry cut a small figure, the bird
road                                                        is taking at this time and filling   in crates being numerically smaller  No
C. E. COTCHING,      with  exhibitions,  it  is  easily  within changes occurred in the    quotations
Burquitlam, B. C.  the range of possibility that he can from the previous week. """������"^���������i
H
lAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUNE M,
City News
Store
at 5 o'clock.
Saturday, 9.
!r OTH.SN
iy, 9.30 ^^CZZESZ
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
Saturday, 9.39
Fred  N. Norton, the Well    known      William Calver,    a    son of Judge
Wisconsin lumberman, Was    ln    tho  Calver, of Aehcroft, has been visiting
city yesterday with  Mrs. Norton.      | at the residence of Rev. E. G. Thorap-
u        .    ^   r. , ... . "on, Sapperton.
Rev,  A.  F.  Raker  will, preach  to-
morrow  morning at  Mount Pleasant
Baptist church, Vancouyor.
ANDERSON
&LUSBY
For spring plants anfl ,cut flowers
phone Davles and Son, florists. Phone
897. ������
MlM Annie Tidy return*this morning  from  Pitt   ilpaiioW,' ���where    sae|
has  been  visiting  for  a  week  with
Miss Frances Herring.    s
James McMilliam, the ���shoemaker,
late ot Carnarvon and McKenzie
streets, has removed to Sinclair's
shoe store, where be will be glad to
see all bis old customers.' **
The Right Rev. Dp, <de Pencier,
bishop of New Westminster, will
leave England on Saturday next. He
has been very busy 'preaching and
giving information about the dioceses
of New Westminster and Kootenay
under his charge.
The Fraser mills will shut down
for the annual holiday next week, as
owing to Dominion and Independence
Days following so closely, and many
absentees being the result, it has generally been found desirable to suspend business altogether.
Repairing    neatly    and    promptly
> done by James McMilliam at Sinclair'*
shoe store. **
Saturday morning
FOR EARLY SHOPPERS
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
en fire." Why worry; take out a pol
Icy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
As Is regular after'a holiday, the
charge sheet at the polibe court yesterday morning was a balky one. In ]
the majority of cases, drink was the
cause of the presence of those hailed
before Police* Magistrate Kdmonds.
Some penitent men pleaded bard for
freedom, and tbe court granted this
after a salutory warning.
The wedding took place in this city
on Thursday of William Duncan
Chrlstison. of Prince Rupert, and
formerly of this city, to Christina
Mitchell Ritchie, of St. Andrews,
Scotland, who bas just come out to
marry the groom. The ceremony waa
performed at the residence of Rev. A.
F. Baker, pastor of Olivet Baptist
church, by Mr. Baker. Mr. and Mrs.
Chrlstison will take u;i their residence
in Prince Rupert.
FORMER RESIDENT HAS
LOST TOUCH WITH FRIENDS
A. W. McLeod
INSURANGt
RANGES
Just received a
carload of the
famous
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
Information  Wanted  Concerning  William Forrest, Citizen of Westminster Fifteen Years Ago.
A romance may lie hidden in a letter sent to Chief of Police Uradshasv
from Colonel A. P. Sherwood, commissioner of the Dominion police at
Ottawa, wliich was received in the
city yesterday.
The communication asks that
search be made for an old country
man, William Forrest, who was last
heard of in this city twelve or lifteen
years ago, and who since that time
bas been missing.
Writing to  the officials at Ottawa,
Mrs. ii. it. Parks,   of 48 Burlington
avenue. Kew Gardens, London, gives
in detail particulars of Forrest, whom
she   says  left   Musselburgh,  near  Edinburgh,  in   the   early   seventies  and
tor many years kept up Ws Connection
witli     llie     motherland     at     regular
I vurltKlH.      According   t.o   tho   (mnulver.
thc letters stopped lirteen years since
the last  message received at  the old
home being addressed from this city.
Mrs. Parks does not state exactly the
reasons    for    the    Institution    of    a
search,  but  from  the  tone    of    the
epistle,   it   would   look   that   between
the  lines   lay   some   hidden   romantic . ..
touch. |
Forrest married in this province, a'^
Canadian,   Alice   O'Connor,    but   no'
word from her has ever been received
over the ocean.
Chief liiadshaw requests that any
old timer who knew either Forrest or
his wife would communicate with him
at tiie police station, and the information will he mailed to Kngland.
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
MACK'S
NO-RUB
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
Do your shopping early Saturday and benefit by
the many bargain inducements we offer. We
only mention here a few of the money savers to
be had at this store. Come early for pick of
bargains and best of service.
Store Closes Saturdays 9.30
GET A FREE PATTERN SATURDAY HORNING
You can have a free apron, child's dress or corset cover pattern Saturday morning just for tbe asking. Come and get one
None given away to children.
Sweater Coat At a Fraction of Cost
Women's long sweater coats: beautiful flne quality wool; In
tan. brown and white; regular values to $10. Saturday special,
each    $3.50
We are sole agents
for the product.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR 8ALC.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving and
cloth brushes, face creams and
lotion sof all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc., etc.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
WAISTS���GOOD BARGAINS.
Women's   morning waist;  plain shirt waist styles;
long   sleeves;  in white   and   black and black   and
white   percale ; values 75c.   Saturday only, each 45c
GOWNS ALMOST  HALF PRICE.
An offer of be lutiful gowns 1 well worth consideration; made of fine grade Nainsook and cambric; all
nicely trimme 1 with lace and embroidery; verv
slightly soiled,  regular to $3.75. Saturday, each $2.00
GREAT VALUE GIVING IN NECKWEAR.
An offering of new Jabots, Dutch, sailor and Btock
collars; in lawn and lace styles; all neat and newest styles; regular values to tiOc. Saturday special,
each    35c
STYLISH  LONG   COATS AT CLEARING  PRICES
Six only women's linen coats; long styles; semi-fitting backs; white only; beautifully trimmed with
heavy braided designs on collar and down back,
some with coral pipings on collar; mostly with large
sailor collars; regular to $12.50. Extra special,
each   $3.50
CORSET 8PECIAL 8ATURDAY MORNING.
Royal   Worcester model    corsets    of    flne   quality
French  coutllle;  extra strong    caped    steel;    new
models;  low bust and long skirt styles; exceptional
values;   regular $2.25.   Saturday's special, pair $1.75
HOSE  VALUES OF  INTERE8T.
We offer many special values in our Hose Department for Saturday shoppers. We can save you
money.
Women's plain lisle hose; extra flne quality; with
double heel and toe; garter top; in all the summer
shades; regular values to 35c. Saturday's offer, per
pair    20c
DRESS GOODS���EXTRA VALUES.
52-inch black and white shepherd's plaids; assorted
checks; good weight and quality; values are good
for 66c.    Satu ~day's special, per yard  40c
GLOVES���SPECIAL SATURDAY.
fine grade French kid gloves; soft pliable
Women's
skins; In tan, brown, grey, white and black,
spring fast-tiers; regular $1.25. Saturday
pair  	
two
per
$1.00
BOHEMIAN
is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and day.
Merchant's Dinner from 11.30
up to 8 o'clock; 25c.
The cafe is centrally located, bein?
opposite tlie C. P. It. station; also B.
C. E. H. station. Electric cars running
to Vancouver, Chilliwack and Steveston leaving opposite tlie cafe.
LEW   LUND,  Proorietor.
Comer of Columbia and Eighth Sts.
OBJECT  TO   PART
OF WESTMINSTER  CONFESSION
Toronto, June 'W���The 1911 graduating class of Knox college, numbering seventeen, during their examination for licensure by a committee of
the Toronto Presbytery, took the extreme course of Indicating that they
were unable to subscribe literally to
the Westminster Confession of Faith.
They explained that they took tills
step after full discussion together.
Their objection more particularly
centered tn the crudeness of the
wording in the creed, especially ln
the references to the Pope as Antichrist, to the doctrine of salvation by
election only, and to the interpretation of the meaning of the oath. It
was their opinion that these passacei
in the Confession were not in line
with modern theological research,
and laid them open to the charge of
bigotry. They Intimated their willing*
ness, however, to give a general acceptance only to the document of
faith, holding tbat a detailed adherence to all the clauses was not required.
The chairman's answer to this
statement of objection was: "Gentlemen, lf you subscribed literally. I
think I may say that the Presbytery
of Toronto would not want, you."
Members of the committee intimit-
ed that they thought the matter
should be brought un ln Presbytery
and an overture presented to the assembly. The feeling is strongly held
In many quarters that the word ng of
the Confession should be- altered.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Aldergrove
The largest area of teat-claw nench land in the Fraser Valley is located at Aldergrove. The government demonstration orchard and
the Fraser Valley nurseries are both located at Aldergrove. Government experts and practical nurserymen pronounce Aldergrove
a good place to grow fruit, ft is also a good place for poultry
raising and gardening.
������������������ ������>������������������������������������ �����������*������**����������<
LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store !|
I EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
��   'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
I CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN  TORIC  BIFOCALS.
\
Interurban Time Table
10-Acre  Blocks
$100 Per Acre
at
railway,
dally
Terms one-third cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
Allergrove is served by electric  car and Great  Northern
Good roads, schools and churches,   stores,   telephone   and
mai'.
Call or write for illustrated book and price list.
f J. Hart & Co., IM.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
���ana
5,  6:45,  and  every
at   7:20   a.m.,
NEW  WESTMIN8TER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,
fifteen  minutes  thereafter  until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY 8ERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and everv
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU  ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMIN8TER 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 8ERVICE.
Trains leave    New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    9:00
a.m.,  1:05, 4:05 and C:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
PACIFIC COA8T 8TEAM8HIP.
<c
Prince George99
7000 Horse Power.   18(/2 Knots./
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12 MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT AND STEWART   THUR8DAY8
FOR   VICTORIA   ANO  8EATTLE       TUE8DAYS
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 City,, Lockport, Jedway, etc.
Tickets to all Points East Via the   Grand   Trunk   System,   Double
Track Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
HARRY G. 8MITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
527  Granville  Street, Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe

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