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LIPE INSURANCE
We Represent  Reliable Companies.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6. NUMBER 77.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1911.
PRICK FIVE  CUNItf
VANCOUVER TAKES SECOND
WITH MARGIN Of TWO GOALS
Low   Scoring   Match Leaves   Champions  Behind���Many
Thousands Cheer Cup Aspirants to Victory But
Show Animosity to Referee Gray���Two Play*
ers Threatened With Court Proceedings.
MAY QUEEN APPROVES
MAPLE LEAE MESSAGE
Salmon Bellies defeated! Once in
a while this must take place, and on
Satia-day the Vancouver aggregation
of stars did the trick after a game
which from the initial face-off until
the linal whistle, was brimful of excitement. The Daily News of Saturday morning In a criticism of the
teams, said that at the conclusion of
the match "we may regret this changing and chopping," and so it came
about.
Westminster's defence went all to  game
pieces after the second quarter, and
the goals which were notched by the
Terminal   city   players   were   points
which should never have been secur-i
ed, as tbe report of the game   will! bull, had it sent back again, and with
at Recreation park and an hour before the commencement of hostilities, the attendance was over eight
thousand, and when tbe teams emerged from the dressing rooms tt
was estimate! that 13,000 were present.
After a brief talk by Mayor Taylor,
of Vancouver, ln which he cautioned
the players against rough tactics, the
ball was faced and the whistle announced the commencement   of   the
SUGGESTION TO ADVERTISE THE
ROYAL CITY BY DESPATCHING
CANADIAN NATIONAL EMBLEM
TO HER MAJESTY.
STRIKE BEGINS IN
VANCOUVER TODAY
MAJORITY OF UNION8 VOTE TO
GO OUT���NO TROUBLE IN NEW
WESTMINSTER���MASS MEETING HERE TOMORROW.
The May Queen, Miss Kathleen Today the power of socialistic in-
Welsh, has approved a scheme which fluence on labor organization in Van-
may both assist to place New West- couver will be tested, and by the ex
minster on tbe map, and carry its. tent of the stand for the closed shop
loyal greetings right to the foot of the I system it will be prove! how far
throne. unionist sentiment outweighs private
Every girl in the city is invited to interest, loyalty to employers, and de-
send a maple leaf wrapped    up    be-1 termination  to live  up to contracts.
WIFE SHOT DEAD IN KITCHEN
mm FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
Terrible Crime Is Committed in Westminster-Jealousy
Alleged Cause of Homicide-Discovery Made By
Son of Murdered Woman-Police Searching
Diligently for Missing Man.
First   Quarter.
Cliff Spring got possession and gal-
tween cards of the city to Her Majesty
the Queen, addressed to Buckingham
Palace, London, England, and siga
i her name and address before des-
I patching the miniature parcel. A two-
| cent stamp will pay the postage, but
I the Idea must be followed out in the
! next three days if it Is to reach Lon-
lopeTo^Vancou7e7'7e'nd ^th \he j *���� ���� ���**��� ����*��
ball; after a short pass to BUI Turn-     J*!"**! *0_nl* pV?Ze. * 8,P. endl<1
The only defence which the leaders
can put forward for a strike is that
the proposal of the master builders
aim not at one particular trade, but
at the principle of the open shop, but
the public Is not sympathetic now, and
The sale of flre arms to Irresponsible persons was the Indirect cause
of a terrible and deliberate  murder
I being perpetrated In this city in the
; early hours of Saturday morning, Mrs.
Henry Jobes, who came out to this
I province only a few months ago to
join her husband and family, bein,;
cruelly  put to death at their house
1 on Fourth street.
Despite the fact    that    the    crime
now lies dead and tbis weapon she
gave to one of the lodgers, Georse
Webster, who In turn handed it over
to oue of the sons.
Attempt at Reconciliation.
Doubtless finding that l*r son*
were against him, and siding wltii
their mother, Jobes re:��t*ved tbe
greater part of his wearing apparel
and took up hls quarters at the
Oulchon rooms, from which place her
wrote thrice  to his wife  a"? Fourua
advertisement for the Royal City,   a
JOURNALISTS FOREGATHER.
asaa,    as    II1C    I cpui I    all.    Uie    BUU1B      Will     uun,   **u*l   la  ov.ll   UO.-.1   a(.iii.   ouu   a. ,a*   |   -j,.���-!,.-    fpft�����r��    fnr       the       Children
show clearly.   It may be that this de-  out breaking his stride reached Bun J SSdTT trtbutl which the royal house
feat has been a blessing in disguise, I Clarke.   A pass was nullified by Grl-   and WS welSme am?d7h?.ho�� ���
and that from now on,   the world's "ths, and Clarke punted out of danger,  otJ^-^_TtX*^%^t*.
champions   will show that   all-round  Immediately after this bustling start, I ������ * th,   *nn?h    eIaDOrate Presenta
capital  form  with  which  their name' Cliff  received   a nasty  clip on   the  lmm UUb monln
has so long been associated.    When' cranium and retired for a period, Cen-
the twelves  take  up their   positions  tre West getting the tu-ass tab for ten
next Saturday there will be a chang-' minutes ln consequence.    On the re-
ing which must be for the better de-! start, Fitzgerald sent to Carter, who
fence on our part.   That on Saturday  In return swung over to Lalonde, and
was palpably weak, so weak at times  the latter after circling Tom  Gifford,
in fact that one really  wondered If lt   repassed  to Eitz, and the ball  lying
was the Royal city team   of old, we  In the centre of the gut was sent to
were watching.   Tbere were occasions' Gray who failed to connect, the first
when there.was no need to ask this   goal of tbe match being signalized In
question.    Time and  again we   saw. fifty seconds from the start.'  On the
thdse brilliant dashes which have carried all before them in the lacrosse
world, but It has to be confessed that
these were rarities, rather than common.
From the commencement of the
third quarter, the champs fell off ln
their combined play and especially in
the closing portion of the match was
this noticeable.    With a strong   sun
face-oft, Westminster quickly got to
Vancouver's end of the fleld where
some brilliant play was witnessed.
The Royals were Just a trifle wild in
the passing department and did not
seem to take sufficient time to sum
up the situation, with the result that
they missed some capital openings
which presented themselves to cooler heads.    George Rennle slipped ln I Wilson
Westminster pressmen bade farewell
on Saturday to P. W. Luce, news editor of the Dally News, and C. A.
Sutherland, who has ceased his connection with the Vancouver Province,
and entered business circles in the
city. The King's hotel formed tho
venue of the dinner, and over tho
nuts and soda water   the    men    ex-
was found out practically a few min
will not stand in with   the   malcon-   utes after having been committed, the street asking that he be forgiven for
tents.    Without  public sympathy    a alleged murderer got clean away and the manner ln which he had been coa-
strlke cannot live, and well knowing   the efforts of the police of this city ducting  himself, and promising  thu
this, the leaders sought to bring out   as well as of Vancouver have at an he would turn over a new leaf. While
the street railway men and electrical   early hour this morning been unsuc- It cannot yet be ascertained lf she re-
cessful  in  tracing him.    Those who plied to his communications, the Bttr-
know   the   suspect,   Jobes,  however, mise is that she refused to bave any-
aver that he ls not one of the class thing more to do with the man wh��
of men who will commit suicide, and had treated her so harshly and thle
this being the case, his arrest ls ex- seems to have inflamed him.
pected at any moment.                           I He attended to his work, but drlnk-
From    Information    gathered    first ing bouts showed only   too    plainly
street railway employees   have   been   hand It is all too plain that the alleged that  he   brooded  over  the  estrange-
glven  permission   to  abide  by  their   murderer, Henry Jobes, had hls plans ment  from the_woman to whom ho
| contracts wjth the B. C. E.  R.. and i laid  days ahead and* from the time hod   been   married   for   twenty-Are
he left ht; own hom^ at 427 Fourth
street and took up bis residence a'
the Gulchon rooms on Columbia street,
he had been thinking out his plans.
Jobes came to this province from
his  native Durham, in the north of
workers, by which transportation and I
power would cease, leading to the in
evitable  discomfort of every  person,'
and to the serious loss to tbe manit ]
facturer and producer.
B. C. E. R. Men Stand Firm. j
But the proposal has failed.    The
Brother Scribes Entertain Two News-,
paper Men at King's Hotel.
A charming little gathering of   the  although the referendum vote has not
yet been counted, there ls no chance
of any change in the situation. Other
trades like the cooks, waiters, and
bakers have been granted exemptions, I
but it is stated that of the fifty-two
organized unions in Vancouver thirty-1 England, twelve months last March
six will lay down their tools today, ln company with his two grown uo
The Terminal City is overwhelmed sons and within a short period, the
with labor Just now, and non-union trio secured employment ln the work-
changed experiences and told yarns men are 8aId t0 be ln abundance ready j shops of the Schaake J^chine com-
with   the  characteristic  modesty    oi   forjobs. I pany ln this city.
years. His letters shewed that he
had determined to be kinder to her
than had been the case for a Ions
while and the fact that she did not
answer these bad sent him into ��
passion.
Knowing the movements of tbe
members of his family as well as
those of the hoarders at his home,
Jobes bought a revolver from. Spectre
store on Front street on Friday night,
giving as his excuse for desiring the
journalists. J. W. Cunningham made The weakness of the case for a ' Feeling the want of their mother, weapon that he wished to destroy a
an excellent chairman, and had the general strike ls shown In the absenco the sons wrote to the old country and number of rats. Coming back to the
support   in   the   vice-chair   of   R.   A.   of a resolution being put to the meet
full in Sandy Gray's eyes, the passage   and  securing  the  ball   galloped   ofl,
of the ball was most difficult to follow, and the very fact that the last
goal was secure.l so easily and with
practically a clear front bears out tne
statement that Old Sol was to a large
extent responsible for this additional
point being sent to keep the other
three goals company. |
There was much talk at the conclusion of the match to revert to the
practice of having a Judge of play,
and it may be that the game In this
city on the twentieth of this month
will see this tried out. Wells Gray
was a busy Official and a capital referee on Saturday, hut he could not
have his eyes iu two or three places
at the same time and it Is because of
the little mixups on a part of the
field where there was no play that the
Judge of play question has again been
brought up.
The  crowd   wns  a  tremendous  one
thirteen to the dozen and was at the
half way line when Cliff Spring came
out and took up the play. Exchanges
were fast and sometimes furious. Bill
Turnbull sent ln a long shot from
middle of tbe field, but Clarke stopped lt nicely, and play centered
around the opposite goal. Gray was j
bombarded with hot shots but Sandy I
found no difficulty in negotiating thel
swift low ball which seemed to come)
at him from all directions.    A battle
The speakers bore tribute ing at the mass gathering in Vancou-
to the Individuality of the two guests I ver on Saturday. Most of the speak
and among the speeches waTa capital   ers were we" known socialists, whoso
opinion  could  be  anticipated  beforehand.
among tbe speeches was a capital
little address from R. H. Best in responding to "Canadian Press."
CENTRAL ON A HOLIDAY.
B. C. Telephone Operators Enjoy Ex-
asked her to Join them in the golden Guichon rooms apparently sober, be
west. This she did and the resi lence collected his clothes and minor be-
on Fourth street was secured and longings and hinted to the manageress
here the family ties were renewed, there that he bad procured work hi
though it is said by neighbors that Vancouver and would be leaving ou
I ruptures and rows were of frequent the following morning for the Termta
Meeting Tomorrow. I occurrence Being of a jealous disposl-  al City.   That he had well laid out hi*
in thto""olty the Trades and Labor   tion,   the   coming   to tbe   home   of  program Is evident from the fact that
councll met in executive session last   lodgers seems to have widened , tha  he did not go tp work on Saturday
evening, and decided to call a mass  gap between husband and   wife   and morning, the foreman   there   having
meeting at   the   Labor   Temple   on   despite the interference o{ the son^,  granted him leave for the day.
Tuesday evening    at    eight    o'clock.'repeatedly have they retQTned home      In the house a^_ Fourth street, the
curslon to Bridal Veil Falle.
Through  the  courtesy  of  Mr.  and   when the situation will be explained   trom  their  day's labor to  finl their  wife and her aons'had breakfast, after
Mrs. Frank  S.  De Gray, who placed  to the men.   Otherwise as a corporate   mother ln tears and disconsolate    at  which both young men left tor their
their      splendidly      equipped      yacht  body they wlll take no action, and do   the treatment meted out to her by her employment.   The elder son, William.
for possession between   Lalonde   and! "Faloma" at the disposal of the city   not expect the strike to extend to thla  husband. I when he was about to start hts day's
Howard  resulted  ln   Newsy   beating' telephone operators, the young ladies' city, unless it be among those union)    For a while the pair were reconciled  duties waB spoken to by one ot hi*
tlie other to lt, but the sphere was not I wl)0 dai,y inquire "Number, Please,"  men who belong to Vancouver   locals, ] to each other, but Jobes' temper again mates on the matter of Jobes, his te-
permitted to stay long in Vancouver's' wi>h varying inflections according to  and may go out in    sympathy    with' got the upper hand of him and while ther, having bought a revolver   the
holding,   as   Wintemute   leaving    hls l'he mood ot tho moment, were    en-  their confreres.    The   executive   will   it was not reported to the pohce ��t previous evwl*g._    _
check for the time being took a hand' abled  to enjoy  a pleasant excursion   engage    3.    C.    Bruce,    International   the time, tt la given out that the bua-\ .      7*'I .?     ""TTPV     �����k.
in the play and passed   to   *eeney,l on ^w<^ff��fe..?^�����Jg ^^^'LT^
who  cleared  in   brilliant   style.    Carter  who  Improved   on    his    previous
Bridal Veil  falls, stopping at Gilley's   fitters, who Is on the coast, to address   life of his wife some two weeks ago.
(Continued on Page Five.)
VICTIM OF SHOOTING
DIES IN HOSPIT/L
ENUMERATORS WILL
HAVE EASIER TASK NOW
Census Twenty Years Ago���Shared
Duties with   R.  E. Gosnell.
D. E. G. Probert, Wounded In Robbery   Capt. Peele Speaks of First Dominion
at Whonnock, Succumbs to
Injuries.
Thc death occurred on Saturday at
St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver, of D.
E. G. Probert, who was shot by a
man who had entered Probert's storo
ut Whonnock ten days ago. The dead
man had been aroused from his sleep
by his business partners and ulthougn   witli   headquarters   in    Westminster,
he had not time to rise from his bed
before the armed man was upon him,
he grappled with the intruder, who lu
a  frenzy, shot  at  Probert's  stomach,
quarry en route.
Fourteen  of the operators and  an
equal number of friends  took in the
trip,   the  yacht   leaving  shortly  after
nine    o'clock    and  returning    eleven
hours later.    At the falls a number of
the   most     courageous     j.irls.nobly
escorted by heroic male friends, climbed the mountain as far as the big drop
of water,  where the scenery  and  the
I spray  were  alike enjoyed.
I     On the return Journey a hearty vote
( of thanks was tendered Mr. and Mrs.
this meeting,
A well known Vancouver socialist,
E. T. Kingsley, addressed a large
gathering under the auspices of local
35 of the Socialist party of Canada,
at the Crystal theatre last evening,
but his references were of a moat
p-uarded character when dealing wltii
the strike situation
A revolver, apparently bought for the  of his father   from   his usual place,
purpose was after an early morning
squabble,  found  by  the   woman   who
(Continued on page four)
IQQQIKG COAGRESS TQ      jhlRL IS MOLEST�� ON
mn FRASER MILLS       PUBLIC THORMIGHFM
to    Be
This years's census will not involve
th strenuous efforts known in years
gone by in British Columbia. Even
20 years ago when Capt. Peele and
R. E. Gosuell, now provincial archivist,  took  the  first  Federal   census,
De Gray for their kindness to the
members of the party, A. Matthlson,
local manager of the B. C. Telephone
company, expressing the appreciation
of the young ladies in a neat speech
PLACED A DEAD BODY
ON  PIANO STOOL
a frenzy, shot at
and then made good his escape, lhe
Injured man, who collapsed, wus bur
ried to Vancouver and put under the
care of the best surgeons In the Ter
mlnal City, but science could do noth
ing to save the life which flickered start, says Capt. Peele, with the re-
out on Saturday. numeration offered, and it seemed
Despite the fact that posses ot con
things were very different. Several
times in the north the lives of the
enumerators were ln jeopardy among
the Indians, and on many occasions
they travelled tbrough untrodden forests without finding a man to register.    The census men kicked  at the
Into  Camp at  Kamloops.
Yesterday  morning  the  local   companies of the 104th regiment left for
Kamloops where the annual camp will |
be held for the next ten days.    Tbe
boys in red made a brave show at tho
C. P.  R.  depot and  were surrounded;
by their friends.    Tim Mahoney, wlo
I had   left   in   charge   of  the   food  de- [
partment some days ago. had  everything In readiness for t'he men when
they arrived after their twelve hour
Alfred,   N. Y.,   June   4.���The   plac- j run.    During their str,i in camp, the
ing of a naked human  corpse on   a   regiment will be put through its fao-
piano stool  in the chapel   of Alfred   ings in mimic warfare, and this should
university Thursday night bas so up-, brin? them back to the Royal City lit.
set the faculty and student body that  and ready to go on active duty should   gers on the Pacinc coasi.
the program prepared for the last day  the occasion arise.   The beneficial re-      Arthur J. Hendry, of the tf. u. �����
of  the  college  year has  been   post-   suits of this yearly training are more        & T  Co   Vancouver, is the execu-
poned. ! noticeable as time goes on, and with     '     -.^ber of the congress for Brit-
Students are suspected of the deed,  the local merchants  granting speei-l   live me���De Addresses   will   be
but as vet the faculty has been   una-  leave, so that the Tommies may gain   ���-������     "������<������-��-       Addu.Ms,
hie to get any definite clews. | all the necessary information on    thn
For several days the students have   subject of soldiering, it says much fo.-
heen in a sudden mood over the sua-  the Imperial  spirit  which is  gaining
Many   Valuable    Papers   Are
Read at the Gathering In Vancouver This Month.
Victoria. June 4.-The third session of the Pacific Logging congre*3
will he held in the Imperial rink,
Vancouver, on June 22-24. The program arranged for the occasion embraces topics of great Interest to lo$-
Incident on Seventh Street May Hav*-
Sinister  Import���Police   Handicapped in Search. ~  ,
The city police have been notified
of an affair on Seventh street between
Queens and third avenuas, on Satur*
day evening which may have two
aspects. Either an attempt to commit an outrageous assault was foiled,
or some man was guilty of a gross,
piece of impudent folly.
He this as it mtiy, a young lady
carrying a parasol uas stopped there
by a man wearing a white cloth over
his face as a mask In the struggle
the parasol handle broke ln two, but
stables and others have been out daily
searching for the robber-murderer, no
trace of him has been found
likely tbere would be no counting of
heads ln this province, but ultimately
in agreement was reached with head-
The missing man  snatched  at tho   (,uarters,  and   the   enumerators   re
chain and watch belonging to Probert    ^ved *. and expenses.
and as this may be offered for salo
and by doing so, help to entangle hlm
self,  it  should  bo staged    thut    thd
watch is a  semi-hunter  with a gold
case. An Inscription reads: ' Presented to James Probert, Y. A. Z. O. R.
Root Prize." U Is said that the watcn
had been won by a member of Pro-
The government set asidp $5000 in
the bank to make a start with, and
the commissioners had to exact strict
account from their assistants of every
expenditure. It was not till October
that the matter was wound up, and
the officers  paid  for   their services
pension of the entire baseball   team  groundb
which   played   a   game   recently  at
Wellsville   without   having    obtained
permission.
The body was taken from an undertaking room in the town and placed
on the piano stool. Prof. Annas, of
the music department made the grew-
some find when he entered the
chapel.
ANTAGONISM  BETWEEN
CHILE AND PERU GROWS
ILLINOIS EDITORS
PASS   RESOLUTION
ish    Columbia.      Addresses .
.     v.     itaaMw   Rrltish  C olumbia  her cries soon brought aid to the lady,
made   by  leading   Britlsn  t, o. ^ ^^  find,ng    hlmself    di8r
lumbermen.    A demonstration oi ine  covered_ 8upred away in the darkness,
charplttlng    system    for    destroying  purgued hy a number of persons. How
stumps will be given Saturday after-  ever, he made good his escape, an��
noon June 24, at the mill of the Cana-   the  Police  have  but  a slender  clue
noon, June -*, �� ���������,������������   At   upon which to proceed,
dlan   Western   Lumber   company   ai.    TWg moleBtation on a publIc streeC
Fraser mills. 'at 10:30 p.m. may have some connec-
The congress opens   on Thursday,  tlon with an incident which occurred
Chicago,  111.,  June   4���By   resolu-       _   	
tlons adopted at the closing- session of ������   .     the lmperial  rink, Eng-  at a down town block, where a ftmrr
the Illinois Daily Newspaper Associa-   JU���� . "��� addre8B of welcome attempted during Saturday night    t��
tion at the La Salle hotel, the  mem ; lish Bay, with an address oi wei force Wg unwelcome attentions on an-
bers pledged themselves against pub- from J. A. Smith, president B. C. l,o���- other gjrl> who ha(J t0 8ummon assist-
llsbing free of charge under the ger8> Association, and the president's ance t0 have him removed from her
guise   of   news   any "stories" tinged       . b     E    p    Blake,   manager, room. '
with advertising, thereby placing ���, * .��� T ����� Rrok eraee companv,' Any information leading to an ar
press agents and seekers for free ad- Washington Log Brokerage comp , ^ ^ ^ welcomed by the author|.
vertising under a ban. j Seattle. . George M. Cornwall,   fort   t[eg  whQ have mt]e t0 base theJr ,���_
The editors denounced professional j ian(ji secretary-treasurer, will present qUirie8 up0n as yet ln the absence oC
people who declared that it was   un-   hlg report> committees will be named a description.
Iquique, Chile, June 4.���The antagonism againBt Peru Is growing.   The
,,,      . ,,,,   ������.,,.���    ...........  Peruvian consul, who yesterday   re-  ,  .,ia ,,., 	
belt's family in the old country  The  T)|e   rovlnc# was dlvld-d up lnto five signed and placed Peruvian interests  ethical to  pay   for   advertising, but of next meetlng decid*-..
chain is of silver and of the Albert   d,     ,       and  me���  8ent lnt0   tho m.  ln the hand8 of the American consul,  QPMotad- ��..^^'J^L   B���gs' ed     Thursday afternoon  and  Friday
nnttern, with a silver medal attached   ter)or wUh ,etters of credu> mo8t ot  on accoimt of an attack made   by a  free     advertislna     tin ough       ��������������>��� - 	
--���������-'<--   Chilean   mob   against   the   Peruvian
club and the burning of the Peruvian
Hag, passed the night ln the American
consulate.
to the centre.
A  Gale Story.
Chatham, June 4.���A farm
tied near the Central Drug
reached out   at the head   of an
them buylh�� their supplies from tho
Hudson's Bay company's posts.    Th<3
expenses ran so high that an auditor
horse'came to make investigations, but he
store   found no trouble  with   Capt.  Peele's
un-  accounts,  the vouchers  being in or-
t
DROWNED IN STAVE RIVE*-
items" offered to reporters ^^fi^.f��^^
The  dally  newspaper,"  said   Sena-' papers.
I tor Thomas Rees, owner of The   lilt-  gress will dine.
On Friday evening   the con-
^WSSftft-ttffi   bo'su,-,,.,.,. an,. d,,,vs occurred ,,-   ,�����������,
to Canoe But Was Carried Away.
A drowning fatality is reported from
,   i.    ,. , ii,... ��� ���,,! ���   <.-..,�����   ��....i.fPi-   -it    anrintfleld       on Saturday morning the members  stave lake.   S. Saunders, an employee-
However, he proceeded to the B it-, nois   State   Register   at   Bpr ngnem       "D Vancouver on special elec-  of the Western Power company, lout
lsh consulate, as It   was   stated, the,   has  been  overridden  with��_�����<�� ^no   ^'J Jj,, ^or New Westminster, thence  hta ,lfe on Friday through the ckpai*
Other  .,,mm.H..oner. were  not | American consul, refused to^eep, him | SSS��rtSS"^pl^2^ta"w^t0Srr ', &~ WiSiS-^ to'*, mill of the C a { fae -
" to be -news Items' which are  dlan Western Lumber company. Ltd., three  companions, when  out  on  tho
When asked to ad-   at Fraser mills, where lunch will   be river near the lake.   Saunders left his
��� In the aft ��� -���-    ���       ���
.��� r.t tho i��dv brought tho fore the census could he completed.
Tlie TnfTe horse to the rescue, but The total population of the province
owner of the horse wuwnv about   one.flfth
the horse had de^ out �� most  ��t we ^ ^ ^^ B,tt   ^ today ,anded armed
rat before It could be takenway^ro^ showing   ors to co-operate with the   troops
him.   The lady made a quick   disappearance.
this year than ever before.
Later  the
went aboard a ship protected by the | allege
Chilean     authorities,     amid tendered by the company.   In the aft   companions    hanging   to the    canoe.
mobs.    The Chilean PaorgwulM^ | tfgUs t��e�� JaWtt u ��       '        , n ^ ^^ttmg   demonstrr,  wlth the idea of swimming asHom b����
in   In "ecurtng the   advertising  through, tlon by Prof. H. W. Sparks will take  was caught in an undertow. The bo*r
��� the news item avenue.   It must stop."  place.
I keeping order.
has not yet been recovereJ.
n 'I' """ML11
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
WANTED���POSITION    AS    HOUSE-
.   keeper;  excellent references given.
'.   Apply P. O. Box 12, New Westmin
ster.
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street*
DUBLIC STREET LOT, upper side,
east of Tenth street; nearly ready
for building;   $750;   one-third cash.
EDINBURG STREET, near Tenth
street, two lots ut $700 each; one-
third cash.
MODERN TENDENCIES
" CHECK TO CAPITAL
OWNER ��� AUTOMOBILE      TYUES
found on tbe Yale road on Sunday.
TWELFTH  STREET, corner on the
Finder may have same by proving      car line,  132x158;   $3600;  one-third,
property and paying expenses.   Apply    Thompson's    stables,    Eighth
stieet.
cash.
WANTED���GENTLEMAN DESIRES
furnished room in private house between Queens avenue and Canarvo.i
atreet. ' W., News office.
DUBLIN STREET, two lots <\t uppe
side;   stumps  blown  and  partially
cleared; each $800;  one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
FEATURES OF AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIALISM WHICH PROM-
ISE BLACK FUTURE���IMMIGRA-
TION POLICY ADVANCING.
WAITRESS    WANTED    AT    ONCE.
Apply Premier hotel.
TENTH  AVENUE, lot east of  Eighteenth street; $650.
WANTED���LADY
Agnes street.
BOARDERS.    406
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all largo
Jobs in thiB vicinity.   Phone 624.
j JUST past Twentieth street, very
I close to cut off line, with unobstructed view of river, being all
cleared and developed in front.
50x120 foot lot; $700; one-thirl
cash.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE AQREE-
ments of sale on New Westminster
property. Must be gilt edge. T. H.
McCormick, real estate and financial
agent, 613 Columbia street, New
Westminster, B. C.
tt i
WANTED ��� NOTICE TO YOUNG
business men. A well lighted room
in a new modern house, suitable for
two chums; breakfast if require 1.
Terms moderate. Open June 8. Apply Rent Dept., Dominion Trust
building.
HIGHLY developed fruit ranch at
Mission, bearing large crops of the
most marketable fruits, to trade for
city property.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck
135 Columbia Btreet, Sapperton.
ACREAGE of all kinds In Surrey and
Langley.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
Wanted
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
tvmd and room, close in. Apply R.,
���bis office.
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. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
A principal and other teachers for
the High school; a principal and other
teachers for the Girls' Public school,
this city. State age and experience.
Send testimonials with applications,
wliich will be received until June 22.
R. LENNIE, Secretary.
Tenders
FOR SALE���SIX ROOMED HOUSE,
all modern conveniences. Apply 211
Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE���LOTS, $80 TO $100, IN
Edson, Alta., the first diviaiona'.
point west of Edmonton on the G.
T. P. $10 down, $6 a month, no
interest, no taxes, free deed in case
of death. Call at 706 Columbia
Btreet.
Tenders are called for the painting
(two coats) of two houses. Particulars to he obtained from H. O. Bowe,
707 Queens avenue. La.--.t day for
tenders June 10. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
II. O. BOWE.
FOR SALE���WE ARE COMPLET-
Ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from the new Burnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
valued. Leibly & Blumer Realty
Co.,  1108  Dominion    Trust    Bldg.,
Vancouver.    Telephone 8365.   Open
UU 9 p. m.
Notice
Owing to a breakdown of the
motor pump at the reservoir, the public are hereby notified that irrigation
can only take place for ONE HOUR,
viz., between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
until further notice.
J. W. B. BLACKMAN,
City Engineer.
31st May, 1011.
CANADIAN
NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
PACIFIC
TO  RENT.
    ****r
TO KENT���FUUNISHKD COTTAGE,
six rooms, with large garden in
fruit; on car line; to rent for the
summer months. Apply White,
Whiles  & Co.
FOR RENT���GOOD OFFICE IN THE
Market block; cheap rental. Apply
Rent Dept., Dominion Trust Co.,
Ltd.
TO RENT���FOUR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Ap; ly over Hardman's
Mock, corner Eighth street and
Fifth avenue.
PURSUANT to Section 5, of Chap-1
ter 02 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 18Sfi, notice Ib hereby glv��n that
there has been deposited    with    the
Minister  of  Public Works  at  Ottawa
a plan and description of the site and
side elevation of a proposed railway
bridge upon the location of tlie company's railway  across    the    Salmon
river in the district of New Westminster,   province   of   British   Columbia,
and duplicates thereof have been do-
posited in the office of the Registrar I
cf Deeds for    the    district    of New:
Westminster,    at    New Westminster,'
B.C.;    also    that an application will
he made for an order-in-council    ap
Melbourne, June 4.���Some   striking
instances of what Is known   as   the
"slowing-down process," as practiced
by Australian   trade   unionists, have
lately  been  given  publicity  by   Melbourne employers. Limitation of output as a device for increasing the demand for labor seems to be coming
int% great  favor   in   Commonwealth
trade  union circles.    Apparently tbe
belief is that the amount   of employment available at any time is a fixed
quantity, and that the less each man
does the better It will be for his fel-
j lows.    It is the same fallacy   which
underlies the objection of the Labor
I party   to   immigration.     Their   view
! appears to be that Australia can provide Just ab.put enough work for the
I people already ln it, and that every
increase in the population will consequently to some extent reduce the div-
- Idend of each.
Forty-Four Hour Week.
Commenting on this tendency, the
"Australasian" remarks that In an
ultra-democratic community it is extremely discouraging to observe how
lncapa��!e U.e great majority of tho
people seem to be looking beyond
the length of their own noses. "The
forty-eight hour week is already in
some trades_ reduced to forty-four,
and there is no knowing where it
will stop. The tradesman who respects the Scriptural admonition by
doing with his might any task falling
to his hand is frowned ou by his fellows. He Is regarded as a bad unionist, and keeps others out of a job-
in short, as a fool, incapable of appreciating the blessings of socialistic
legislation. The disastrous effect
which this vicious and dishonest doctrine must inevitably have on the
character of the workmen is an as-
rect of the position whicli the union
leaders never trouble their heads
about."
Notwithstanding   the   short-sighted
attitude  of  a  section  of  Australians,
the volume of immigration is steadily
increasing.   Some of the state governments, at all events, are fully   alive
to the urgency of the need   for peopling the empty spaces and are doing
their  best   to   tempt   likely   settlers.
Under  tho  stimulus  Victoria   is   receiving a goodly stream of new-comers, and  recently  New  South   Wales j
was enterprising enough to charter aj
special steamer to convey Immigrants,
an example which it is suggested other  states  might follow  with  advantage.    The   West   Australian    Govern-!
ment have decided to make a special
effort to draw to their territory   the.
time-expired  soldiers   of   the    Indian
army, of whom there are 10,000 available every year���splendid human material���which would make a valuable |
addition  to  the military  strength   of
the Commonwealth.
From   Western States.
There is also reason to believe that
a large and welcome addition to Australia's  farming   class  will  be forth
coming   from  the   western   states   of
America.    Settlers, lt is pointed out,
��� are netted, not only for development
and for defence, but as consumers for
the products of the factories.    Under
the impulse of a high tariff new factories have been built, existing ones
hav^feeu., enlarged, a large number
of men  and  women,  boys and   girls,
have   been  drawn   into  factory  work
by the attraction of short hours and i
regular wages, and very soon, unless |
population Increases rapidly, the cry
for consumers will become more and
Don't Throw Away Your Earnings!
Make Them Take Care of You
What everybody is on the alert for Is sound Investment. r^r^^Y
An investment is not a speculation. I
If there were no investors there would be no progress, and without enterprise and  pj&ogress, a community would become sleepy. . .y *****j\
good Np��eo���en "" "^ *f* ^ " ft*   T�� ��Ct ah"d y0U *U* '������� �������- and invest wisely   with
Dollars do not grow in your pockets.   They must be put to work.
Plant a few In a sound business and see how fast they grow.       .j|||jij  .
Here is the best opportunity open to the man of small means.   It I. knocking at your door ,
Our first    stockholder, after examining our property on Graham  Island, says:
"I would not sell my shares in tke company for five
times tlieir present price if I could not kuy skares from
tke company at present price of 35c. tke skare."
The public are offered the opportunity for a fpw mn,v, j������. . ,
Coal Company, direct from the Trustee, tV Morrow Tt 35c ner A*!^S**S!ST '," The *��**���**
shares Bun*��iWHCpei saare  ln  blocks of  not  less than  100
ilMto   *���
Terms of sale are:    10c a share cash with application, balanc, in three equal monthly payments
next Sr of' shared in Th^ K3ttM!K5 S&SVS ffiffff * TrU?tee'WH1 ^^ ^
means that those who buy today at 35c W^cS^K^p^S &ft SsAd*&*&*
Fullest information will be supplied if you are Interested.
ftatfrvi
Call Tonight and see samples of the best
Anthracite Coal in British Columbia.
Open till 10 p.m.
Remember, the New Westminster office of T. R. Morrow,
Trustee, is located at 421 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C,
and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. (Travers' Real Estate Office)
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons, London, and Steinway & Son, London.    I
Xew Pianos Selected for Customers.
544 Burrard St. Vancouver, B. C.
*AJ IT HERE SIIMt 1900V
,a"- -       **J*r
rr
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Telephone in house. Apply 37 Agne3
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday In Labor hall,
8,  p.m,
V. II. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
J. r>n��:  KesMer.ce phone 501.
proving the bridge and crossing as s>\more U1'gent.
shown  and described, wllich application will be pressed for consideration
one month after the first publication
of this notice, or so soon thereafter ]
as the matter can receive attention.
T. II. WHITE,
Vancouver, B.C., May 6th, 1911.
Missing Four Days, Dead.
Nelson. B.C., June 3.���The body of
Klass Johnson, an old timer of this
city, was found hanging to a beam in
a shed today. He had been missing
for four days.
CANADIAN
NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
PACIFIC
P
For Up-to-date
RiNTBNG
OO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 383.
PURSUANT to Section 5, of Chapter 92 of the Revised Statutes of Canada. lSKii, notice is hereby given that
there has been deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Oltaw.i
a plan and description of the site and
side elevation of a proposed railway
lni .Ige upon the location of the company's railway across the Sumas
river in the district of New Westminster, province of Hi ltish Columbia,
iiu'.l duplicates inoreof have been deposited in the office of the Registrar
of Deeds lor the diB&lct of New
Westminster, at New Westminster,
B.C; also that an application will be
marlo for an order-in-council approving the hridge and crossing as so
shown and described, which application will he pressed for consideration
one month after the first publication
of this notice, or so soon thereafter
as tbe matter can receive attention.
T. H. WHITE.
Vancouver, B.C., May 5th, 1911.
r
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
60   VEARJ'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Demons
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone) Pending e ek etcb and dPferlntton ma*
.^atcKty ascertain onr ��plnton free wliet.lier an
Invention Is prohntlf imten tnhle. Communlm.
rtoiu M nctlronni; dei.tfa). HANDBOOK on PntflMl
lent f t>*<��. Oldest a*.-**iit���;' tot securing patents,
l'a'ci* s taken tbrouvh Munu'ft Co. lecetve
lj.fr tal tuitacs, without charge, Ul tbe
Scientific flitiericatte
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly.
citation vf any scloriiltlo journal.    Termr.ft*
Largest c tr-
'" rmr Tor
Sold by
L'.uiartu, t*'.1b a y��v, postage prepaid.
all nowsdealers.
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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.y ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
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OTHERS VftWIli- BE 5URE
to please you.:
iw.rip.tb. in
321 Cambie Street,
[^Vancouver B.C.^J
16 Per Cent.
Interest
We have for sale a House and
Lot in West End. Revenue producing to the above amount.
Owner wants cash, and must
realize at a sacrifice.
Price $2100 Cash
Get fuller particulars of this
genuine snap from
CORNER    LOTS
Are becoming scarce.   Study the following lint, as good Investments.
li���Two lots, double corner, facing on Fourth street; Bl/.e I22xi:,2.
Price for a few days only $8150.
2.���Two nice lots, corner of Sixth avenue and Fourth street; size
108x145.    Price $3150. ,
3.���Three lots, corner of Eighth and Hamilton Btreets; size
103x150.    Price $3200.
4.���Two lots, corner of Richmond and Alberta streets; size
100x140.    Price $1200.
6��� Two lots, corner of Sixth avenue and Second street; size
120x132.    Price  $3000.
6.���Three lots, corner of Eighth avenue and Eighth street; size
150x132.    Price $3000.
7 _One large cleared lot, corner of Regina and Second streets.
Price $1575.
8���Corner lots in the west end.   Price $750 each.
Terms on all the above, third cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months.
P. PEEBLES, 620 Columbia St.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
-Tr^T Mannfactureri and Dealera ln All Klnda of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES   8ASHDOOR8    INTERIOR   FINIISji
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXE8     LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    ANH
FANCY GLASS. / ,
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone  12 New Weatminater
I l
Kellington & Hendry I
Phone 680 Corner Columbia and 8th Sts.    I
Bank of Vancouver Offices I
Box  137
QU^^ MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
IHE  DAILY NEWS.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonea, Office 15 and 16.
I
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS
���-. ��� -��� *
����������������������������������<
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
!������������������������ �����������
645 Columbia St.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.    ���
Manufacturers  and  Wholeaale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingle*, Sath, Door*,  Mouldings, Etc.
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Peruna the Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria Goertz, Oricnta, Oklahoma, writes:
"My husband, children and myself
have used your medicine*, and we el-
way* keep them in the house ln ease of
necessity. I was restored to health by
thla medicine, and Dr. Hartman'* Invaluable advice and book*. People ask
about me from different places, and are
surprised that I can do all of my housework alone, and tbat I waa cared by the
doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband
wa* cured of asthma, my daughter of
earache and catarrh of tho stomach, and
my son of catarrh of the throat. When
I wa* sick I weighed 100 pounds; now I
weigh 140.
"I have regained my health again, and
I cannot thank yon enough for your
advice. May God give you a long life
ind bloss jour work."
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank has 175 brandies,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Itico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW VORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
PROB/MLt QIAMS    !mT nrnrcus       Immhe ms to
IN ftDfRAl MINISIRV   P"��SSM fiflflfl mm\        Lm mam
��� '���">'ft''/
  I Argentina  Will   Make   Record   With
PARENT NOT LIKELY TO RETURN Good  8ea.on���Fair Conditiona
TO POLITICS; BELAND SLATED
FOR POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S
PORTFOLIO.
in  Europe.
War Minister Would  Have   Office tf
Extreme   Radical*   Had  Say���Objection to Loreburn.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt Is the stuff tbat the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two waya; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what ahall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,  New  Weatminater.
^W��n^ *sssam****a***a**a***ss****************** *t*
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection s
Ottawa, June 4.���The Free Press,
the local government organ, discuss
ing the rumored cabinet changes,
says: " The report that Hon. L. P.
Brodeur, minister of marine and flsh-
eiies, will go to the supreme court ln
the fall is revived, and it Is probably
just as likely now as it wus last winter. It is one of those things wbicb
are possible but are not immediately
probable. Much depends, of course,
upon developments in political situation.
"If a dissolution is forced by tbe refusal of supply and the government
Is compelled to go to the country,
there ls every likelihood of a general
cabinet shuffle, in which case Mr. li.o-
deur will go to the supreme court, but
unless dissolution Is forced there will
be no cabinet changes for some time
yet. In any event the report published outside of Ottawa that Hon. S.
N. Parent, chairman of the National
Transcontinental commission, would
succeed Mr. Brodeur is ridiculous. It
has no foundation. Mr. Parent ls
definitely out of politics.
"When tbe time comes for Mr. Brodeur to step down his place as minister of marine will be taken by Hon.
Rodolphe Lemieux and the new minister from Quebec will likely be Dr.
H. I. Beland, M. P. for Beauce. What
portfolio will be assigned to blm is
yet a matter for the future, but that
he Is the next minister from Quebec
is almost a certainty. ���
"When  dissolution  comes,  Sir   Allen  Aylesworth  will retire   and  will
probably be succeeded as minister of
Justice by Hon. Wm. Pugsley.
.."This  will  leave both  the post   of-,
flee and public works open, and there I
may be other vacancies or transfers!
when  that  time comes,  but   it   can ]
safely be asserted that there ls no in- j
tention at present, at least, of mak-1
ing any changes in tlie   cabinet, and
the idea of Mr. Parent entering   the
cabinet can be dismissed at once. He
has too much to do for the next few
years in connection  with the Transcontinental  to abandon what he   regards as the work of his life."
Washington, June 4.���Crop prospects In most foreign countries are
fairly satisfactory. The department
of agriculture here so describes tbo
situation. Partial failure of the corn
crop in Argentine and Uraguary and
the backward season ln almost all Europe are the only untoward conditions.
A bumper crop of wheat may be
had ln Argentina lf tbe season proves
good. The acreage plante:! is probably the greatest in the country's history. The same is true of its acreage
In flaxseed and oats. Argentina's
crop, however, shows the smallest
yield for years. Uruguary's small
crop Is a failure. Winter wheat seeding In Australia has been no Interrupted by rain as greatly to decrease
the area sown. Heavy yields ot
wheat and oil seed* in British India
are Indicated.
Spring wheat In Canada gives ex
cellent promise. The seed was In the
soil on May 1, over probably 80 per
cent of the land to be sown.
Central Europe shows but fair conditions. Winter wheat Is rated average in Germany, but rice is under
average. Austria and Hungary report unsatisfactory conditions. Russia on the whole has fared very we:l
with its cereals, they wintered well
except in some ports of the south,
where extensive replowings were necessary.
Won in 1000 Sovereign*.
Epsom Downs, Eng., June 2.���The
1000 sovereigns Acorn stakes, run
here today, was won by Charles Carroll's filly, Melody. Charmlan was
second and the Adula filly third.
There was eleven starters.
London,  June  4.���Hon.  Richard  BL
Haldane, secretary for war, was raised to tbe peerage to   assist Viscount
I Morley but thus far the newest Lih-
I eral Viscount bas found that  the at-
I fairs of the war ofTlce occupy moat at
bis time.
I     He haa a way in commons of over-
i coming the opposition of the govern-
, ment's critics and bad   a   reputation
j of getting his  way more often  than
I any otber member of the cabinet. This
i characteristic will make smoother his
progress In the upper chamber.
1    Viscount Haldane's ambition   Is  to
j become Lord Chancellor.     If the ex-
i treme   Radicals   had   their  way   he
would  be given that position Immediately.    Lord   Loreburn,  the  prsenc
occupant of the position, an old-time
and still staunch Radical in most  respects, has given offence to the  Liberal  members  of rural   districts, by
the  presistency  with  which   he   appoints  Conservatives  to  the   magisterial bench, ignoring the claims  ol
Liberals to those positions, which are
greatly coveted by the  country mag
nates.     The   government   appointed
committees  in   the  various   counties
. to advise   tbe   Lord   Chancellor   on
these appointments, but despite   this
more Conservatives found their way
to the bench than did Liberals.
Hon. Nell   Primrose, the   younger
son of Lord Rosebery, ls leading  the
attack  on   Lord  Loreburn   and   bas
been trying to get the premier to ap-
| point a day for the discussion of the
whole question.    The  Lord  Chancel-
i lor has created a rather   uncomfort-
j able position for tbe government, by,
ln his usual  brusque way, declaring
I that the appointment of magistrates
ls the business of bis office and practically intimating that if the Radicals
are displeased  they have the   privilege of trying to dislodge him.    This
is the aim of Mr. Primrose and   the
anti-Loreburn party.
'Phone R672
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CLOUDBURSTS  DEVASTATE
SOUTHERN   GERMANY
MtaUfll
OPERA HOUSE
Berlin,    May 31.���Cloudbursts,    accompanied    by    heavy    hail,    caused
great damage in South Germany   today.    Six houses in a village ln the)
grand   duchy   of   Baden   were   swept j
away by the floods and twelve persons
were   drowned.     Four   persons   were;
drowned near  Heidelburg,  where    a 1
mill was washed away.   Eight inches
of rain fell at various places in    th*;
South, destroying tbe fruit trees anl
crops, and killing birds by the wholeaale.
'Ike WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Gingham Dresses, all in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies' Wash Skirts in white and colors from $1.65 up
A. J. Birtch,
617 Columbia Street
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
ONE NIGHT
Bread and Jail Problem.
Toronto, June 1.���At the last coun
cil meeting Alderman Hilton, a baker,
made a strong objection to the   pui-
chase of three-pound tour-ounce loaves'
of bread for the jail.    HU objections
were so strong against the city breaking the law, as he declared, that the
council  sent the matter back.    John
McMillan, jail steward, declares that
the law compels tbe prisons to give
each   man   eight    ounces    of    bread,
which cui.i.i.1 be dune when tiie shrin
age la allowed for.
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Out and Sulphur. ��t�� Jlw* *��������
atemea. to do some good and I �����?* "��*?
ft regularly, until now 1 have used f iu�� bo.-
ii�� The whole top ot my head la now
JLlrly cohered with hair and It keep, pom-
UM IB tbTc^r. I .hall Keep 0��, u.lng It a
while longer. *a I notice a, constant lm-
provwnent. gxEPHEN  BACON,
Roehoster, N. T.
i*T*  OF new  TonK 1 ���_
County of Monroe       J
fit.Dhen liaccn, being duly tmom. wy��
.h.t he ha. read the mat.ment auove kn-
����d and"hat the content, of Wl Met-
mont v* true.      STEpnEN bacon.
to Utot* n�� ttl. 31.t day of 'ftr. ��<K-
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��� THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1d11.
The Daily News
t*nbliabed by The Daily News Pnhii��h
Sm* Company, Limited, at their offlces,
sr   of    McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
bis ren'-tatlon among tbe eastern
teams is second to none, and we feel
deeply concerned that owing to pressure of business Mr. Welsh has de
elded to resign.
Hot ? Yes!
If You Call at
Wife Shot Dead
The Red Cross Pharmacy
HOUSES
A. Paige Managing Director \
^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 You Can Procure
Husband a fugitive \ stone's lime fruit
(Continued from Page One.)
.!
JUICE
Alberta Street���Six rooms, modern,
$1550.
Buchanan    Avenue ��� Five
modern, $1900.
rooms.
William was permitted to leave    for j BIG WHEEL LEMONADE
I the day and proceeded at a run for; p_iW/nF/_
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
THE  LIBERAL CAUSE.
The spirit of the Liberals throughout tbe New Westminster riding was
never in a more healthy or buoyant
condition than at the present moment
The elements of disagreement and uncertainty have   been   dispersed   and
the whole body has been welded into
one harmonious whole by the selection of Mr. J. W. Weart as Liberal
candidate.    Tbe effect of   the   wise
choice of the party executive    upon
the good cause has indeed been most
rapid  in  attaining  results that give
the highest measure of   satisfaction.
Wherever Mr. Weart has appeared ha
has met with unanimous and unqualified acceptance, and his greeting has
been in every way hearty and thorough.   This very gratifying result was
plainly  evidenced  upon    the    recent
visit of the candidate to Mission.
The hearty welcome extended by
tbe Liberals of this particular centre
is, however, by no means conflned
thereto, as we have excellent reasons
for knowing. Throughout the New
Westminster district and the southern
section of the riding extending
through the Fraser valley, Mr. Weart
has succeeded In making a thoroughly-
good Impression and In winning every
possible adherent to and sympathizer
with the cause of the Liberal banner.
We are satisfied that when, in the
near future, the candidate has been
able to visit the more distant parts
of the riding he will meet with quiet
as ample a measure of success anj'
support as has already been accorded '
to bim.
In order to ensure the success of
the Liberal party in this division at
the next election there now remains
to be accomplished the perfection of
the party organization.    Good organization has always been and will al
ways be the source of a party's success at the polls, and it ls important
���that all the units and elements of the
Liberal forces should be brought into
line, ancl marshaled, as it were, ready
for the next electoral contest.
Towards this end -the heads of the
party are now devoting their energies.
As a ceDtre for the carrying out   of
this important work a handsome new
building to serve as the headquarters
of tbe party is to be erected on a site
in   the  heart    ot   New  Westminster.'
Here will be provided a spacious hall
for  meetings,  apartments  for   a  Liberal club, and offices for a permanent
secretary, who will undertake the entire management and control of the
-work of organization throughout the
riding. The plans now being prepare!
will   alro   provide  for  a  number  ot
���general offices and stores, the income
from which will ensure an ample margin of profit. j
The    provision    of    such    a head-
Quarters and the establishment of an
organizing force is again largely due
to the spirited initiative of the Liberal candidate, who, apart from    his
political strength and capabilities   is
also a thorough business man.   It is
indeed bis qualiiws of keen business'
ability   and  activity   which  serve    to
endow Mr. Weart with exceptional advantages as our candidate, and give a
brightness   of  aspect   to  the   Liberal
cause such ub it has never before possessed,    lie    ls indeed    a    standard-
hearer around which all the element*
tind  forces'riT"?^'>enilisni in the New
Westminster riding will rally without
fear, doubt or uncertainty.
Tt/IR. WELSH'S RESIGNATION.
We very much regret the announcement of the resignation of Mr. C. A.
Welsh from the managership of thc
Westminster Lacrosse Club.
During his regime, our team has
met with wonderful success; we cannot forget how in 1008, Mr. Welsh
���cast aside all business affairs to pilot
our team, then practically an unknown
���juantity, back east and wrested from
��� the champions of tbe N. L. "U. the
* Minto Cup, emblematic of the cham
pionship of the world.
For three years the cup has remained in our city, a token of thc
prowess of our boys, and at the pres-
<ent time stronger teams than ever ara
>on the attack to obtain possession.
Duhn;,' the past few years Mr. Welsh'.;
(Straight and.sqiiare decisions have always given the greatest amount of
satisfaction, not only to New West-
���-minster, but also to our rival team*,
his home. Passing Tipperary, he
came face to face with his father,
who by his cool manner put the son
off his guard that at this moment his
mother was lying dead. Without be- j
fraying any emotions, the father en-
quired where tbe son was going and
the reply that "Oh, I've jus't got two
hours off" also seemed to offset the
thoughts of the elder man.
The climb from tbe meeting point
to the home on Fourth street was taken  at a fast rate and    the    scene
which confronted the young man almost beggars   description.     In   the
small kitchen and ln close proximity
to the stove lay the body   of   Mrs.
Jobes, and a pool of    freshly    spilt
blood told plainly that a murder of
the most gruesome nature had heen
done.   From the position of tbe dead
body, and tbe broken plate which was
pear ^y, Mrs. Jobes had been in the
act ot clearing up the breakfast things
tn the   room.   Also   from the   position,   lt   is   conjectured   that   thera
bad been no words exchanged betwee
had been no    words    exchanged between the pair, and that immediately
he found his wife alone he apparently opened flre and sent three shots into her head, any   of   which was sufficient to cause Instantaneous    death.
Neighbors plainly heard    the    shots,
but no cries rang out and seeing that.
' the foul and dastardly deed was com-1
1 pleted, and finding none to obstruct
i his path, It seems Jobes coolly  left
, the house and walked off In the   direction of the Gulchon rooms.
The almost demented son    hurried
to Dr. Kenny's and the medical man
telephoned to the police station. Chief
Bradshaw, who was having breakfast,
called Police Constable Johnston anl
together  they  went  to the home of
death  and collected  Information    as
to "the description of the father. Captain Pittendrlgh was    likewise    summoned and decided to hold the Inquest
this morning at half past ten o'clock.
Police officers were detailed to search I
all outgoing cars and vehicles as well
as local hotels in the hope of finding
a man answering the description, but
these searches resulted only In    the
alleged murderer getting a good start |
on his pursuers. Telephonic messages
were sent not only to Vancouver, but
to all outlying points where he might
' have gone,  but no word  came  back
that any one. answering to the    de-
i scription had been ca/��ured.
I     The chief, with Jailer Charles Pit-
| tendrigh,  the  two .sons  of the  mur
dered woman, and a'irTend went ove
to Vancouver before mid lay and as
sisted by the officers of that city nride
a visit  to, the hotels and along  the
waterfronfln that city, but the man
for the time being    seems    to have
made his plans secure, and up until
time of going to press, no word of his
arrest has come to hand.
Accompanying is a copy of one ot
the  letters  which    passed    between
Jobes    and    bis    wife    after    their I
estrangement:
��� Guichon Rooms, '
New Westminster.
"Dear Wife,���I am alone in this
world. Can you not forgive me this
time, for God's sake. It is enough
to drive me mad. Try and make up
your mind for this once. I will nevei
do anything to vex you again. Do
try and forgive me. I know that
your life has not been a pleasant one
ever since I took the drink, but I
have given It up. Only forgive me
this time and God will bless you. From
your loving husband, Henry Jobes.
"I love you; I could not live with
out you. Write and let mg know what
to do, if you please"
On the authority of the chief of
police, a number of photographs of
the dead woman, and the scene of
the tragedy were taken by a lota!
man, these being for the purpose of
the pending judicial enquiries.
Late yesterday the official description of the missing man, Henry
Jobes was put in the hands of the
printers and this morning these will
be scattered broadcast so that tho
various authorities in the L'nited
States and Canada will be in posses
sion of the details which have been
Sifted out under the supervision of
those who know the hunted man
well.
Jobes should he easily recognizable,
as apart from being built on small
. lines���he stands but five feet lour ami
a half Inches���he bus only three Ugtn
und these being widely apart give him
a noticeable appearance. Without
his mouatadhe, Jobes should be also
a marked individual, his face being
heavily scared.
A rumor which lost nothing by the
telling was spread around lhe city
yesterday evening that a body hail
been found at the B. C. E. li. wharf,
but when a News representative arrived there, it was found that one of
the undertakers were despatching :i
casket up river, and had brought thla
down overnight so as to be in readiness for shipment this morning.
The inquest is to be opened at the
undertaking rooms of Murchie & Son
at 10:30 today.
Simpson Street���Four room cottage,
modern, $1900.
Buchanan  Avenue ���
modern, $2000.
Five    rooms,
And  various other cooling
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New  Westminster,  B.C.
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mod-
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Street���Six  rooms,.   mod-
Hospital Street���Seven rooms, mod.
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modern, $3000.
rooms,
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fruit farms.
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513 Columbia Street.
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Phone 699.
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��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,   5,  5:45,  and   every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at C, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7T20   a.m.,
il:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and'every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:05 and 6:05 p.m.
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Phone 307.
New Westminster, B.C.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
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Tuesday and Wednesday
June 6 and 7
10 cents
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
SPORTING NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS.
Vancouver Takes Second
' With Margin of Two Goals
(Continued from Page One.)
showing, had the time ot his life
with the Westminster boys, and although he occasionally got away
with tbe goods he repeatedly wag
left thinking as to how the visitors
managed to hoodwink him.
W. Turnbull looked like equalizing,
and with only Clarke to master, he
bad the Koyal enthusiasts standing
on their feet ln expectancy. The
point was not to be at this time, however, as Bun caught the flying ball
nattily and relieved the tension. Fitzgerald and Ladonde gave an example
of gallery play which not only wasted
much valuable time but waa uncalled
for at this period of the game. Lalonde' after sizing up the position
muddled the ball and Rennle cleared..
Visitors Fall to Equalize.
The ball still remained at the Westminster end. and Bones Allen banged
at Gray and at short range, Sandy
without any effort accepted the shot
and sent to Galbralth, who In turn
swung over to Howard, but Vancouver continued to press, and the goal
looked like again falling as Allen
came dangerously near and the ball
from bis stick came nearer, only
-skimming past the left upright. The
game was momentarily stopped the
while, Referee Gray searched for a
cheek which he presented to Rennle
for fouling Lalonde. Grumpy Spring,
on tbe game being resumed went oft
on hls own to the opposition camp
and when within striking distance
pass to Pat Feeney, who threw In a
ball which looked like kissing the
back net. Clarke grabbed hold, however, at the critical moment and
again play was ln mldfleld. Kast passing ani repassing brought the ball
to Westminster's end and here our
tlefenee showed that the barrier to be
beaten through was a stiff one. Allen
closely checked by Galbralth beat our
man to It, but this was but for a
brief spire as Gaily In a scrimmage,
grounded over to Will Turnbull and
the bitter was careering to the other
end with Mathleson on hls heels. The
equalizing goal was not to be yet, as
when In close proximity to Clarke,
Rennie mulled bis shot and Bun
backed up hy his defence cantered
round the net and cleared. The scene
of operations was changed to the
other end of the field and here Bones
sent In a great shot, hut the rubber
sailed over the cross har after being
tipped by Gray on the end of his stick.
West, for dellherately tripping, was
given a (Ive minutes rest on the
bench���or where the bench should be
���nnd Immediately afterwards the
gong rang for a cessation of play, I
Vancouver leading by the only goal I
scored ln the opening quarter. I
Second Quarter.
Immediately     after     the    face-off, I
Wintemute got  away and Len Turn-'
bull caught up a high pass and within   fifteen   seconds   Vancouver's   goal
was  surrounded.    A  number  of  fast
exchanges   waa   Indulged   ln   by   the
visitors  and   Grumpy   Spring   banged
and West catching up tbe message
from fifteen yards swung off on his
ugly gait but CUffe was after him
and nullified hls final shot. The referee cautioned Lalonde for tactics
which were not deemed serious
enough to put him off. A treble play
by   Westminster  took  the
taken and a prosecution hinted at In
the courts. With but seven minutes
to play, both were ordered off for the
remainder of tbe match and tbis
doubtless bad a deal tb do with tbe
after exchanges. Len Turnbull, who
had not been showing anything approaching bis best form missed a
glorious chance to score, but be was
robbed when in a tackle.
Excitement was keen and the plays
i were  eager and    fast.    Visits    were
made to both ends ot tbe field, but no
further    scoring    resulted    and    the
.���       ���  rubber  to 	
Clarke and had tbe final shot been a | further scoring resulted "and ~\h��! divided Th��"^T���'.T ""."i11 , Bveu'y
trifle stronger the goal would have "��"<* concluded in favor of Vanco��� Cn from WhP.^ ��f ��f laylng o!t
fallen.    As it was Clarke saved onlv, ver by foOr goals tot t��� �����'  ^..T.V.��"L8UleB for <""V tactics
fallen.    As it was Clarke saved only j v��r by toer goals tot two.
after an effort which sent him to the Coal Summary,
ground.    Nick Carter for rough play      First quarter���
went off as Feeney and Mathison re-11���Vancouver���Fitzgerald, 50 seconds,
turned, but the remainder of this quar      Second quarter���
ter  was  dull.    The  majority  of  the, 2���Westminster���O. Spring, 25 gee.
playera eased up as lf waiting for the! 3���Westminster���G. Spring, 20 sec!
following quarter which    would    tell!     Third quarter���No score,
tbe  tale.    Weak   passing   from   both!    Fourth quarter���
combinations  whilst  closely  watched j 4���Vancouver���Fitzgerald,  21  sec.
resulted in a waste of time and the^���Vancouver���West, 6 mln.TTd sec.
gong which sounded  was a relief to. 6���Vancouver���Adamson, 2 min 32 sc
Penalties,
quarter��� West    (Vancouver),
Rennle    (Westminster),   5
and fons may be discussed in anotlie.
place reference cannot be made here,
but perhaps more firmness In the
courts when recourse has to be made
to the law would give strength to
cautions like that of Mayor Taylor.
If such a decision was reached tho
matches, If not exactly pink tea affairs, would approximate a little less
to tbe style of gladiatorial contests.
Of the two hours and a half that
players spent at the fence their
dubious honors were about evenly
divided.   The   practice of laying   off
_     sides for dirty ti
tends to eliminate rottm work, and
check retaliation. The broken stick
legend of which much was heard last
week will unfortunately not be permitted to die as a similar Incident occurred In this game. Who was responsible Is alone known to the actual participants, but Referee Gray
sent the two principals to the fence
to cool off.
players and spect ators~"al ike,
Third Quarter.
From the face-off  West took    tho
rubber to the visitors' end and here1"""'   west (Vancouver), 5 min
Fitzgerald looked like a scorer, but1    8econd quarter���T.   GlfTord (West-
he missed a golden opportunity as almln8ter>. 5 min.; Fitzgerald (Vancou-
moment when things looked bad for | vfr'' V mln
the   Rovals.     Galhralth   wn.   tha   iu. i Bter). �� mln.;
First
10 mln.    ^^^^
i mln.;  West (Vancouver)",
the Royals.    Galbralth was the manj
Galbraith    (Westmln
Feeney (Westminster)
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������������������������������������������������
who was responsible for clearing andlj0 I?.i.n' Matheson (Vancouver), Car
Fltz possibly   savage   at    the    point | "^Vancouver), r*> min.                          , ,���B results: ^^^^^
which was not to be charged at Wlll'ml���ra. ��lu��rter���WintWftute    (West <Vm   -.tin
Turnbull. monentarlly    stuuuing.  the  ,n  "i     '   ,   .mln,:   Iou (Vancouver),  J. H. yidal ���_     ,,
home defence    player.    A    breathing! ���,��� . "'A ,!    ,��"de    "Vancouver),    20  A. F. Menzies 29     $*
At tbe Brownsville ranges on Saturday afternoon,  tbe    regular    weekly
shoot of the Westminster Civil Rifle
| association was held with the follow-
^^     lng results:
(West i ���
Galbraith    (Westminster)
home defence    player.    A    breathing i mIn
space revived him and play was again j mln
centred  at  Gray's  end  of  the  field.      Fn,,,..., ,  -   *" ��,-~"7 "".17 "^
Fitzgerald not to be outdone msie'J��� ' V�� ���f^~J i ��'!?,rd *We8t
attempts to weave ln and but for the! SH?Lm. - mi.. Ion (Vancouver),
ball jumping hls stick at    a critical j S.2rfSrt ' 5 "
moment lt Is almost safe to say> th;t
our goal would have fallen, as the
Vancouver player had a golden chance
28
25
29
600
23
28
27
23
17
Ttl
8G
85
82
78
77
mln.;   Feeney (West-
i*.     ^ ..- -- same.   7 mln.-   w
I Turnbull (Westminster), rest of gam-
, u mln. '
Total penalties-Vancouver, 77 mln
untes;  Westminster, 77 minutes
Officials.
Referee���A. W
��� B.    F.   Armstrong,
A.   Sutherland,  West-
West was in the spotlight for a series
of splendid plays, but eventually he
was beaten by Cliff Spring and the
tens!,on relieved. Spring's passes to
Jimmy Gifford were not lost on the
crowd which came out whole-heartedly for the splendid manoeuvres executed by the champions. , ,
Sandy Gray was kept busy repelling i    u0al  ,
shot after shot and the game at thi8C0Uver; B. Savage. Westminster.
Juncture was being maintained at   al The Teams,
nigh  pressure,  every  player  showing      Westminster. Vancouver,
of what stuff  he was vn-.tim.    It was! Goal.
now a matter of success to those who' a. Gray       B. Clarke
could last tbe lr^est.   Gray, Feeney i Point.''
and Howard seemed to be a wall at j c. Galbraith Griffiths
the mouth of the goal and  this trio]
j    Timekeepers
I Vancouver;   C:
minster.       U
|     Penalty  timekeepers���Chas.  Yowij;
'.Vancouver; H. C. Major, Westminste/
Goal   umpires���Weldy  Clarke,  Van-
W. F. McNeil   27
W. G. Wooster,... 30
V. H. C. Abbott ..31     **     ��i      11
Mr. Vidal won tbe silver spoon fo:
the highest scores registered during
the week.
The next shoot will he held on
Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock.
Those who are unable to attend on
tbe Saturday meets are reminded
that should a sufficient number attend
Gray, Westminster.! on  Wednesdays, regular prizes    will
be offered for competition and these
mid-week competitions made standing
fixtures.
it was for a time impossible to break
through.    Adamson, following the example of Fitzgerald, tried to get Inside tbe lines, but he too bad to go
the   way  of  his  playmate  and   Gray
proved that he was second to none In
bis masterly stopping of the attacks.
���     Once  the  custodian  of the  world's
i champions footed out the ball from -��< \
prone position and this brought cheers! j
t.ra-n.       **a. *.,..    .
Cover Point.
Pickering
T.  Gifford    H
Defence  Field..^^b^b^m
J. Howard M. Ions
J. Gifford   .H. Godfrey
JG. Rennie   G. Matheson
Centre.
C.  Spring    West
Home Field.
il W. Turnbull   Fitzgerald
Wintemute    N.  Carter
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*y BASEBALL. 4
An Unfinished Struggle.
The Maple Leafs and Balmorals
were to have faced each other on the
diamond Saturday at Moody square,
and a fair crowd attended in th.)
hope of watching a keenly contested
series of plays. Although the weather
gave signs of breaking, the Leafs
went in to bat and had safely careere.l
I round   the   square   twice   when   Jup.
, Plus, for no special reason saw flt to
butt In and call a halt.    The leaders
aver that their two runs represented
hnf  *t*. **��������'-
   .**. iucii   two runs represented
from  the multitude.    Grumpy. Spring I j. fi^T.^WW..V. �� La.ond"  ^iSZell contend "SS
collided with Godfrey, but he was up Outside Home. | t"ey '(the Ba Is )   wee simply  trvS-
an.l doing well inside of sixty seconds.  L. TurnbuI,    .      .... .A. Adamson   Jg   ^v^�� Leafs?
remo\eii|                        Inside Home. [����������� .���.n- j-     ���
Spring   Allen
Wintemute  and   Ions,    far    iwuureu
.from the actual location of play, wero I q
ordered off for ten minutes for an in-!
fringement of rules. It was alleged f a
that the Westminster player smashed
Ion's stick, but acting as in the past,
Heferee Gray sent both to the outside
lines. Immediately after this objectionable scene,- Lalonde and Galbralth Incurred the wrath of Gray
and they were penalized for twenty
minutes. Although handicapped by
the absence of their fellows, play con
low scoring game, a threatened
prosecution, and a disgraceful exhibition of animosity to Wells Gray in his
capacity of referee sum up the situation fet Recreation park on Saturday.
The crowd showed its usual partiality
to the Vancouver bunch
holdVnH1^ d��- These ��Plnions~sUli
hold and the next meeting should be
worth witnessing.
D
 **���>        ���* fa       .r..a.r,a.aa  , - ��~~   ar.    ilicil     1CIIUWH,   piaV    COn*
IntO the net, Clarke heing powerless! Unued fast and Vancouver continued
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to press, twice feeling out Gray with
stinging shots which he safely sent
out and to safety. A hard shot which
made dents on the right of the goal
was brought hack by Adamson but
Howard repelled the attack and the
third  Interval  came with a pointless
Fourth Quarter.
A strong sun was blinding to Sandy J
 ���   _.,_...lzlng
amidst a wild scene. Feeney 'ofl The
restart, sent to Jimmy Gifford, but the
latter In a long pass to Wintemute
shot wide and after a struggle for
possession, Mathleson caine out on
top. Tbe ball went from one end ol
the field to the other in rapid fashion,
the plays being conducted at the too
twenty-four
to save the lightning like speed of tho
ball, which lay In the net after twenty,
flve seconds work. Back again to
centre field, face-off and down again
to Clarke was the procedure, faster
than it takes to write the words.
Again Grumpy was given possession
for the parting shot and like his Bnt I Quarter.
point he sent the ball into and past
Hun and the leading goal was registered. Playing somewhat cautiously,
Vancouver deliberated ere sending trio
ball on Its final Journeys and Fitzgerald, who had a number of openings,
hung on until his field came up with
him for support. In one of his clashes,
he was met by Tommy Gifford, the
hasty and perhaps rough introductions resulting ln both taking a rest
off the field, Fltz for ten minutes and
Gifford, half that period. This had
the effect of clearing the air for a bit,
Nothing daunted, Vancouver came
back and sent in four shots in rapid
succession, but Gray was there with
the goods ami a stout stick and nullified all attempts made by the near
champions to get even on tbe score
card. Harry Godfrey, who ,had been
lying low in the previous play, was to
the fore in some brilliant play and
his passing to Allen was well timed
and certainly worthy of the applause
wllich greeted his efforts. Allen from
one of these offerings nearly got
through. Qalbraltb alone being respim- j
Bible for the sudden stoppage. The
Westminster representative for hammer play was the recipient of a live
minute brass. When a resumption
wns made, Howard, who had been
checking Lalonde In a splendid manner, m.ide a clearance and the ball,
which had been hovering around the
Royals' net too long for tbe liking of
the visiting fans, was removed to
the far end of the field, Feeney nnd
Mathleson, as the result of a little
tiff, were given ten minutes to cool
off, and this put the teams on an even
basis, cach now playing ten men.
Lalonde made two efforts to draw
level, but he was not hacked up as
he desired and the ball went wide.
Godfrey to Fltz gave the homesters
another likely chance, but Gray
scooped the ball from only a few feet
out and cleared to Galbralth, who had      ���   -.   -    	
Just returned, while Jimmy Gifford was well nlgh Impossible to burst up
held Lalonde safely, the eastern | Adamson stopped a flying ball In its
player being nonplussed repeatedly by | course across the fleld and as qu'ck as
the fast work of the Westminster de-  a greased flash of lightning he trans
to the fence for every trifle. Hence
the despicable booing which received
Gray every time he came to the
grand stand. Perhaps the association
will be forced against its will to go
back to judges ot play. The best
referee who has llvei-can't see every
! detail, and when it comes to questlon-
; able  tactics  such   as  almost   always
mark these games another official is
badly wanted. Whether there can be
found    another    man    to    hold    thu
_   ..��� .�� muun whistle  remains  to  be see.n.    At the
Gray and his position wns not an present time it Is hard enough to get
enviable one. Tbe ball travelled | referees to act In the professional
swiftly   from   the   face   off   and   Fltz-j games.
gerald close ln, baffled Johnny How-| The day was ideal for a big crowd,
ard   and   scored   the   equalizing   goal i and at  least ten  thousand  must bave
speed   of    the 	
Gray narrowly averted hist goal fall-1 the end of the match
ing, being able to glance"*the ball off ] The score might easily have been
the end of his stick when lt looked i equally shared between the opposing
like going to the net. Rennle. Bill'. teams, ns Gray was handicapped with
Turnbull and Spring made a fast play! the sun in his eyes, and Westminster
and this resulted In the custodian of  had an even share of the passing and
ESPITE the fact that two meetings have been called for the
purpose of settling up the re-
__ _ - ���-���     cently concluded commercial  billiard
to the Vancouver bunch, and wanted league championship, only one cap-
the referee to send the visiting boys tain put ln an appearance. This lax-
to the rence for everv trifl*     u���...   ,ty  ,g not  Burely   a  compnment   to
those who worked so hard for the success of the meeting, or ls the   right I
thing by tbe generous citizen who, un-1
asked,     presented      valuable      gold
medals  for  competition.     Many   are
too pronq once an event of this nature
ls settled to forget all about the after
consequences, or to trouble about future series.      It Is a pity when one
finds this class, and I would rather believe that the respective captains of
the teams  had  not   seen   the notice
which appeared  in both local papers
calling a meeting for last Wednesday
night.      The  acting   secretary   wouli
like to get in  touch  with   those who
immediately prior   to the close of the
tournament,    signified    their   willingness  to act  on   the  committee  which
had   the arrangements  tor  the    banquet in hand.    As one of the players
who took part in the series of interesting games,  I would be pleased to
give any assistance In the matter, and
been present, including a good
sprinkling from bere In the bleachers.
Vancouver fans must learn not to
throw their cushions ajioui. or else
someone ls going to get hurt. A flne
encouragement for ladies to attend I
What is the use of notices if they are
I not  obeyed,  and   the  police  take  no
...��� .a,yi ���*,a, *,**, .a*..., .mu mo iium-e tune uu f feei t(jat there are other sueists (or
players, j steps to prevent tbis Hooliganism at J alleged) who would do the same. The
oal  fall-  the end nf th�� matrh ��� meflaIs have to be presented and sure
ly the spread does not require to cost
a small  fortune.    Let's hustle, boys
the home lot having a lively time. TIk
exchanges  for over a minute looked
like resulting In a goal being registered, but   Pickering and    Griffiths    got
the  rubber  away  nnd  again   Vancou-.
ver took up the attack. Jimmy Gifford
wns responsible for Ions going to    B
brief slumber, and Referee Gray    In'
turn   was  responsible  for GilTor I  go-;
ing to the fence for five minutes. Thn'
Vancouver player could not have been !
badly hurt as be came to nnd  more
than  held  his  end   up.    Attended  by :
Billy  West, he made    circles    round
bis  opponents and  Graying    shading'
the   rays  of  the   sun   from   his  face
with one hand could not get into posi
tion to rebutt the attack.
charge of the final placing --	
nnd getting close In he swung Into the
net, placing his boys one up and
twelve minutes to go. Again Sandy
Gray was called upon to clear his
ground, and right well dl 1 he answer
to the summons. Vancouver were doing all the nttacklng and on the few
, lrolIl 0���ly a, ,������ ioei visits made to Vancouvers end,, the
out and cleared to Galbralth, who had  goal was flanked by a band which it
 %.,._        ..        ratm J     n...   n,��ll   .,!..��.    !.��........11.1..   *.   X......   ...
home play. Howard exhibited a
bright defence game, rightly leaving
the field work to George Rennie. The
boring tactics of Adamson and Allen
supplemented by the brute strength
of Lalonde worried Tommy Gifford
nnd Charlie Galbraith, but they held
close on to tlieir men. The Salmon
Hollies' home did not seem so quick
to tnke advantage of openings as
usual, but on the whole each of the
boys were closely checked, and
neither Griffiths nor Pickering spared
their sticks. George Matheson put
in some useful runs, and ^1 one of
the few Vancouver home brews de-
TTinnutrHted that the home-raised
West look j variety might play a different style
of the ball, to Con Jones' Minto cup aspirants. A
plimnse of the fire which the cham
pions can put into the game
and see what can be accomplished by
sacrificing a few minutes one night
In the forthcoming week and pay
honor to whom honor is due. Either
Bert Fletcher or Scotty Grnnt will inform the secretary the moves on the
board and the matter can be concluded after a brief jawfest.
Gold and Silver Act.
Toronto, June -I.���Gordon Mnckay
& company, the well-known wholesale firm, were fined $25 by Judge
Winchester on a charge of violating
the gold and silver marking act. It
appeared from the evidence of Inspector Ryan that ln tbeir catalogue tliey
guaranteed that a gold filled necklace
would wear for a year. Under section sixteen of the act it Is an offence
 to guarantee that any gold filled   or
when' plated article will wear for any sped-
scrimmage for the ball which rolled
against the fence and among the
spectators who helter-skeltered when
the players looked like making their
presence a bit course. The sticks
seem
they try came early ln the second; fled time. The judge was not anxious
quarter when Grumpy Spring scored! to impose a severe penalty, as the of
twice at a few seconds' interval. | fence was probably committed in ig-
As   the   incident   between   Feeney | norance of the law.
BRAIN WORKERS
who get little exercise, feel better all round for
an occasional dose of
standing.    When the    play    was    resumed and being conducted at West
minster's end Feeney nnd Ions were
having an argument which was onlyj
stopped   by   the   appearance   on   the
;nce   a   bit     course.     Tne     8tlCK8 sioppeu    vy    me    a|i|n-iiiiiim-    uu    me
=�����...ed to be in all directions and af- field of Mayor Taylor, chief of the
ter a close series of biffs and bangs, detective force and friends of the de-
Godfrey had the better of the melee llnquents
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DIRECTORY
IOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WfcST
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday   ot   eacn    month;
quarterly    meeting    on  tbe    intra '
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at �� p.m.      Annual
meetings on th�� third Thursday ol
February.    New   members  may   be
proposed and elected at any montb
ly OT    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
NEW REICHSTAG
WILL BE SELEUEDt
PRESENT   ADMINISTRATION   HAS |
HAD     CHECKERED     CAREER-
HOTLY CONTESTED   ELECTION1
PROMISED.
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27
Tbe regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets, I which,    resume!
Berlin,     June     4.���The     reic.hsta;
its    sessions    tills
every Monday evening nt 8 o'clock, j month ls still busy with important leg-
Vlsitlng   brethren   cordially  invited , i8;au0n, including the bill to consoll-
to attend.   George Adams, N.G.; W.   date the three systems of workmen's
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secre-   insurance which was taken up on sectary,    J.  W.  MacDonald,   financial   ond reading after a long year in corn-
secretary, mittee.    The   forthcoming   elections,
however, overshadow every other interest and deliberations are being conducted  and   speeches   made,  according to the German   phrase, "through
J.   STILWELL   CLUTE,   barrlster-at-1 the windows," with reference to their
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia   effect on the impending struggle. The
and   McKenzie streets, New West-   elections, which a few months   ago,
PROFESSIONAL.
minster, B. C.   P. O. Box 112.
phone 710.
Tele-
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
sten. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
Btreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
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Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
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Phone 416. Rear of Major and
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were promised for this spring, have
been repeatedly put ofT and according to present intimations will now
be held at the latest possible date
late In January, the present relchstag
being permitted to live out its entire
constitutional term
Political Changes.
It has had a most checkered career, beginning its existence under
the auspices of the Liberal- Conservative "Unholy Alliance" of Conservatives, Antl-semltes and National Liberals, devised by Prince von Buelow
to oppose the long dominant clerical
centre, and carried on, after the collapse of this block upon the financial
legislation of 1909 and the fall of Hue-
low, by the chancellor, von Beth-
mann-Hollweg, with a loosely-jointed
coalition of Conservatives, Clericals
and Anti-semites. This arrangement
has worked fairly well, In spite of pro-
dictions of an early break-down and
dissolution two years ago.
Parties   Break  Up.
For   several   months,  the   various
parties have  been  nominating   their
candidates   and   arranging   alliances
with  other  organizations.    The   National Liberals and the Radical   Progressive party, have arranged to suo-
port common candidates in the greater part of the empire, and to   make
their flght on the so-called "two-front"
basis���ln   other   words, opposing  the
Conservatives and Clericals In one direction, and   the   Socialists   in   the
other.    The Conservatives and Clericals will pull together, avoiding   useless nominations where they can   secure the election of the other party's
candidate  by assistance on  the   flrst
ballot.   Bebel has announced the policy of the Socialists to be the nomination of a candidate in every district,
in order to get as imposing' a general
vote as possible, but in reballots his
party will evidently assist the Liberals as against the   government   parties.   It will be a hctly contested election.
CURIOUS  OLD   FOSSIL
WRECKED BY TORNADO
Ottawa, June 1.���News of a los3,
through the recent tornado in Kansas,
to the Geological Survey of Canada,
has been received by Professor R.W.
Brock, director of the Geological Sur-
Tlme Time
ol of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. K. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:161 vey of Canada.
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. L. R. !     Some   time    ago,   the    survey    ai-
(dally except Sunday).. 16:00   quired   a   rare   and   beautiful    fossil,
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R. I found on the plains of Kansas.   It waa
(.dally except Sunday) .. 8:0o\ot phenomenal size���about seven feet
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.   E.  K. 'square���and bore the tracings of some
(dally except Sunday)..11:00i lonS  extinct  reptile   of   the  dinosau
7:30���United Slates via Q. N. R. Han type,  picturing the beast to tho
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45   minutest    hairs    and    clefts    in    Its
15:15���United States via G. N. lt
idaily  except  Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points     east and   Eu
rope  (dally)      7;3c
23:00���All points east and Europe (dally) 15:45
12:30���Sapperton     and     Fraser
tough hide,
The fogsil was to have been an Important acquisition to the Dominion
fossil collection, but, fate ruled otherwise. The fossil wns heing mounted
ready for shipment to Ottawa, and I
subsequent display, when a fierce tor-!
PH I   II     ip I
���������
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911. %
MUIb      (dally      except / nado howled Its way across tbe plains I
Sunday)       7:30 / of Kansas, knocking over the rare ani- j
20.00���Sapperton    and     Fra3er mal and smashing the stratified rock j
mills      (dally      except with  Its  unique   tracings   to   smith-
' 1
Sunday)   15:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (daily   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     (dally    except
Sunday)       n:no
1400���East Burnaby    (daily   ex-
ereens.
HUGE RESERVOIR
FOR  OLD   LONDON
London, June 4.���London will short-
j ly come into the   possession   of   an
Sunday) ]    13:3olother large reservoir holding  a thou-
10:00���Tlmberland,      Strawberry | sand   million   gallons    of   water,   and
Hill   and    South   West- j covering   120   acres.    This   new   arti-
mlnster    (Tuesday   and Acial   lake,  wliich   will  be  opened  In
Friday)       13:30   the  summer,  is   situated    In    Surrey.
10:00��� Ladner,     Port.     Guichon,
Westham Island    13:30
110:00���Annleville.   Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday     aud     Fri-
about  12 miles from the city.    It will
be one of the larpest reservoirs   con-!
structed   in   Hurape,   and   has   taken I
nearly three  years to complete,
The actual work or building the reservoir has cost, about $760,000, tlie en
day       13:30 j glues, pumps and turbines about $260,
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday, 000.      The connecting  river  between
Thursday    and     Satur- ! the Thames and the pumping station,
day      13:3( I which is a quarter of a mile long, 22
11:30���Vancouver,    Piper's    Sid- feet  wide and eight feet   deep, cost,
ing     via     O.     N.     R. | with the pumping station, Just   about
'daily except Sunday) ..14:20   $350 000.
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via   G.   N.   H.   (daily   cx-
With the exception of the   concrete'
lining the inner slope of the embank-'
cept   Sunday) 14:00   ment wall, the work Is ended.     This
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday, Thurs- j lining    will,   however,   be   completed
day,    Friday   and    Sat- j very  shortly and  the great  reservoir
day        14:00 i will be tilled and ready for use.
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and	
Fridav) 14-qo   WOMAN   DRIVEN   FROM
<: 30���Burnaby   Lake   (daily  ex>
cept Sunday  16:00
J0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington,  etc.   (daily  ex-
HOME   BY   BANDITS
Trinidad.   Colo.,   June   4.���The   report that Robert Sweasey was recent-
cept Sunday)      7:30 , '-v burned at the stake in Mexico, has
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and heen confirmed fn all its horrible de-
Blalne     (daily     except 1 tails  by the receipt   of a  letter   by
Sunday)      9-45   Mrs. Joseph  Bonateo. Jr., of this city,
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge from Mrs. Sweasey.   The women are
and   Hazlemere   (Tues- , sisters.
day, Thursday and Sat- !     The letter states that Sweasey was
"'day    9:45   put to death at the stake by Mexican
,:
11:30���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Ot-
1- ter,    Sbortreed,    Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
' Cloverdale,        Langlev
' Prairie,        Murrayville,
Coghlan, via B. c. E, R.
(daily except Sunday).
8:30
bandits on May 16, for failure to give
them money they knew he had. Mrs.
Sweasey writes she was driven from
her home an.l was without food and
Shelter for fifty hours, but finally
reached the camp of friendly Americans. Sweasey was superintendent'
cf thc Mexican Central railroad.
THE   DAILY  NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
It is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time.
The medium through
which the progressive
merchant and business man acquaints
the buying public with
their offers, to the
mutual advantage.
east
It is read by all citizens before
the day's business commences.
Th
e
Daily
ews
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases. MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TAQW 8BVKN.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
soii, ot Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter. Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at tbe southeast side
of the south end ot Head Island and
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, tbence north
40 chains, tbence east 80 chains,
tbence south 40 chains, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated Aprll 10th, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS- 	
TRICT���District  of  New  Westmin-, -       ���    ������-
ster, B. C.���Take notice tbat Harry j Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation! block 5 (p*c��nt ��h�� ,-����..������� '���-
Broker, Intends to apply for permls-
in
Blon  to purchase the following    des
crlbed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore of Green
lake, which point ls situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
the northerly end of the laid Green
lake, thence west 40 chaina, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains
block  5   (except tbe roadway),
the City of New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of ceitificate of title number 3352 A. issue!
in the name of Mary E. Williams, has
been tiled ln this office. ^^^^^^^p^s^H
NoUce ls hereby given that I shall,| PAR'S POLICE TO USE   NEW
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published In
SHERLOCK HOLMES
RIVALLED BY FILMS
the City of New Westminster, issue
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains weet ot
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, tbence south CO
���chains to salt water, tlience following
shore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent. |
.   Dated April Cth, 1911.
-COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take  notice  that  1,   Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, Intend  to apply for
permission to purchase the following
���described  lands:     Commencing at  a
post planted at tbe southeast corner
of  W.   P.  S.  142,    tbence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, tbence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
cbalns to point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA  DICK,
Bert Warren, Aijent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
more or less to the shore of Green duplicate of the said certificate, unless!
ake,  thence northerly  following the  ,u  t,le  meantime  valld  objection  be!
_ DETECTIVE IN CHAMPAGNE
RIOT8 CA8E���VARIED OPINIONS A8 TO MERITS.
shore of Gren lake to the point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres more or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to an-
ply for permission to purchase tbe
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north ot the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked Nortli
West Post; thence south eighty chains
alone Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty cbalns to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land  Registry   Office
minster,  B.C., May 13,  1911.
__ Paris,   June   4.���Sherlock    Holmes
New  West-' and a" ^at galaxy   of dead-eye de-
HELP FOR OLD
BACKSJHAT ACHE
GIN PILLS Cui* Them
Age is no barrier to tbe wonderful,
soothing, healing properties of GIN
PILLS, the great Canadian Kidney
Cure. We have on record many letters
from men and women of 6o, 65, 70, 75,
So and over, testifying to the great relief , ���..    -  ������* ��� rrr  ���"��"���"���
they received from taking GIN PILLS. I Wfle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Mr. Samuel Martin of Strathroy, Ont |_ Plans  and   specifications
suffered for twenty years with misery
in bis back.   Some months  am.   he
AND
on en-
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractor*.
SEALED TENDERS, marked
velope "Tender   for   construction   of
Nelson,  B. C.  Rifle Range" and   addressed to the Director of Contract*.
Department ot Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, tbe
15th June, for the construction of a
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
   been   made   to  register   Edwin  John
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict Cf ]__$_'%_*?___"_ '", Ff Slmple' un"
COAST-Take notice that 1, George! fl," T*}.b,ft le4 De"d   '">">   fdwarJ
OBboro, of  Vancouver,  B. C, OCCUpV\_$}f* SlA T".        ���*      ' ?
tlon  carpenter,  Intend  to  apply    for! 2,dJ lv ���, a        .'   f".    ? d,',tu llw
permission to purchase the following ��d  rtLnLr T. '      / i l907, ��f a"
described  lands:     Commencing at    * I ff*. Wf^J   that   ��>����>>��   P*>cel
post  planted
southeast corner of lot    111,    thence
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence  west 6j
410 chains, containing 300 acres.
OEOBGB OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April Kith, 1911.
j tectlves  have  been  entirely  outdono
j for cocksureness in arresting culprits
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. 1 and gathering evidence against them.
, The new hero is the motion picture
Re lot 23 of lot 6, group 1, map 748, machine.   "Detective Cinema," as the
excepted  the southerly 12 feet here-1 French call him.    And thereby hangs
tofore  conveyed,  in  the   district   of, an awful row.
New Westminster. During  the  "champagne   riots"  in
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-! the   Marne  and  the  Aube   districts,
flcate of Title number 11C90F, Issued! several   Paris   firms   of   motion   pic-,
in the name of Joseph Campbell, bas  tureB 8ent operators down   there fo
been filed In this office. , I "news Pictures."      These   firms   are
Notice is hereby given that I shall,! y^laS w,th the da"y newspapers here
at the expiration of one month f rom i ,or telling the news,, and when a
the date of the first publication hero' startling event happens In the after-
of. In a dally newspaper published in n��on- the boulevard motion picture
the City of New Westminster, Issue a theatres the next day show lt In all
duplicate of tbe said Certificate, un-,1'8 detalls- Puris newspapers .usually
less ln the meantime vaid objection *re a iaV ,ater ���than }hl*- Th?
be made to me in writing. I   champagne    riots     made   a   good
C.  S.  KEITH.,
District Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry  Office,  New   Westminster, B.  C,  May 2, 1911.
new Westminster land district���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that II. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to appiy for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one milt east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles fiom llnslam Luke, thence
South   80   chains,   tbence    west   80
.     ,        .. 1,     ...     ,1 -.~o��.��.   m.i   lc. mm   parcel  or 1 chains, tbence noi th Kd chains, thence __       ,
111' .iT. ���lh ,,( ih,itract of land and I,reml3cs situate, ly   east SO chains to point of commence-! taking with them a few old Inhabit
10 chains norm 01  tuu!inir ������h i,���<���.. 1- .*.. *^,-.-,..    ���
"story,"     and     the    cinematograph
"editors" went for It strong.
It happens that the police were
eager to make arrests of many engaged in the riots, especially those
who took the lead and set flre to or
plundered champagne cellars and
warehouses. Evidence was hard to
get together, that is evidence that
was Indisputable, for In crowds of
20,000 or 30,000 people it was hard
to say that this man and that man
did the dirty work.
Use of Pictures.
Bnt when the motion pictures began
to unroll their films to public gaze, a
brilliant     Idea     struck    the    police.
Tbey   visited   several   performances,
I ing and being In the District  of New
, Westminster, in the Province of Brifr
��� .      ���._, ., ! 'sh     Columbia,     moro     particularly
chains, tbence north  known and descril)ed a3 hu, M   Bu(;.
division of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming tbrough or
I under you and all perioni   claiming
any interest in tlie said land by vlr-
I tue  of  any   unregistered  instrument,
j and all persons claiming any interest
in  the  said  land   by  descent,  whose
title Is not registered under the pro-
j visions  of the "Land   Registry  Act,"
j are required to contest the claim of
> Hie   tax   purchaser   within    forty-five
I days from the date of tbc service of
i this notice upon you, and in default of
; a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
; being flled within such period, or   lu
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you wlll be for-
, ever estopped anl debarred from set-
Ins up any claim to or ln respect of
the said land, and 1 shall register Edwin John  Hond as owner thereof ln
fee.   And I hereby order that publlca-
������,���,, , .v.n nisTWlPT���District ofitltm of thl* notice for thirty dayB in
C(iXbT. L��N,U S,L   1    A����l�� dal'y newspaper published ln New
married   woman, Intend to applj'for Laud R    lstr    offlce
permission to purchase the following 1
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at h
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40881, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, theuce weBt
40 cliuius, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 00 cliains, thence soutli
40 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
4 SO acres.
, CHRISTOPHER  ROWLAND,
1 Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated  April   ICth,  1911.
ment and containing 640 acres more ants who were personally acquainted
or less
May 2, 1911.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agtnt.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict oi New  Westm n-
ster.���Take notice tnat 1, A. L. Dwar, I
of Vancouver,   occupation banker, In-;
tend to apply for permission to pur-
cats tne following described lands:     |
with all the folks in the surrounding
country. As the show proceeded, first
one. then another of the men would
exclaim:
"Oh. look! There's Pierre Durand
setting fire to the warehouse?"
'See there! Paul Vouvrler ls
bursting open hogsheads of wine!"
"And there's Eugene Marcelle,
Tomas Toutee, Georges Lapauze, Alphonse   Ganay,   Gaston   Roger,  etc..
Commencing at a. post p|anlea j Mattering down the doors of tbe Bu >
about one mile east of T. L. 32451, j WV\ ine company!
and two miles from Haslam Lake, I The "�� lc,et wrot�� ^��w" ,the6e
thence north 80 chains, thence west \ tm���e8' and late,r made wholesale ar-
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, x^\ ���e motion picture films will
thence east 80 chains to the point 01 ��� ��_taA?!?..uc!? &J?01?-?!-!!?1?1?6-,"
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
���described   lands:     Commencing  at  Rj
post  planted at the northeast corner
of  lot   380,  thence  west  80    chains,
thence  north  80  chains,  tbence  east!
40   chains,   thence   south   40   chains, j
thence  east  40  chains,  thence  south J
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
rl                               AGNES DICK,
\                               Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll 16th, 1911.	
JOAST     LAND    DISTRICT���District
Coast���Take notice thut I, George
jwurd Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, octal ion real estate, intends to apply
permission  to  purchase  the    fol-
"ng described lands:  Commencing
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 8th day of May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua  Davles  Estate.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 ln
elusive, 18 to 27 Inclusive, and 30
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south half of section 18.
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certlflcate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-1
TRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that 1. R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation mei-1
chant, intend to apply for permission ���
to purchase tbe following described j
lands:
Commencing    at    a    post    planted!
about one mile east of T   L.  32454,
and   two  miles  trom   Haslam   Lake,
theace east  80 chains, thence  south
80   chains,   tbence   west   8 0   cbalns,
thence north  80 chains   to   point of
commencement   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
R.
Duncan
May 2, 1911.
the  trials  of these  unhappy   people,
this being tbe flrst time in history a
criminal proceeding had for an "eyewitness" a motion picture machine.
Opinion   Divided.
Opinion is greatly divided as to tha
worth of this new detective.     Chief
Hamard, of  the  Paris  detective   bureau,    ^^^
not conclusi
   months  ago,   he
tried QIN PILLS and after taking ouly
three boxes, was entirely cured. Mr.
Martin is now 85 years of age and
enjoys the robust health of a vigorous
man of sixty, thanks to GIN PILLS.
All elderly people are troubled, more
or less, with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, and pain and weakness in the
back. GIN PILLS are a guaranteed
cure fer all these misfortunes. Money
promptly refunded if tbey fail to give
coaiplete satisfaction.
50c. a box���6 for $2.50. Sample box
free if you write us, mentioning this
paper. National Drug and Chemical
Ce., Dept B.C., Toronto. 49
The original
Qin Pills made by
National Drag and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only ln this box.
New  Westminster
TUESDAY, JU 13
    may   be
seen and full information obtained at
the office of the District Officer Commanding Military Distiict No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
tbe Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on tbe form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of tbe tender, payable to tbe order of the Honourable
the Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited lf tbe
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete lt ln accordance with tbe tender.
.The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia   and Defense.
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers   will  not   be  paid   it
they Insert this   advertisement without authority from tbe Department).
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned and endorsed  "Tender  for  Public  Building,   Cranbrook.
B. C," will be received until 4 p. ra.,
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plans, specification and form of con-
.**. *--.*. ... -aaaa ************** ] tract can be seen and forms of ten-
100 ACTS IH 100 MlnUTEo ! d��r obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, and at tbis Department.
Persons tendering are notified  tbat
tenders will not be considered unless
1 made on the printed forms   supplied,
I and  signed  with their actual   slgna-
t tures,  stating tbeir occupations   and
places of residence.     In tbe case of
firms, the  actual  signature,  the   nature of the occupation and  place of
residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
Each tender mast be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank,  payable  to  the order   of   the
WONDERFUL   i Honourable   the   Minister    of    Public
��� ���    ���- -ZZaZZm mTZla^ma*' Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p cl
ALSO HERD OF BI66EST tltPlMlfHS   of  the  amount  of  tbe   tender,  whlcn
riinrnn    e orPTiPIII ID     ADICIN1I    wi" t>0 forfeited if the person tender-
SUrtRB,   artWIUiUUMt.   OnmilWk j ing decline to enter into a contract
CIRCUS. 600 PlOplt. 450 AnimSiS   I when called upon ����� do so, or fail  to
_ . gmaai    uiDOflDATiMUS  complete tbe work contracted for.   lt
-- ,B Atti    n,VT_T -T-IiiilT  *��� the tender be not accepted the cheque
declares even thiB evidence   1^ 4Q-SELLS * FL0TO CLOWNS -40  will be returned,
snclusive, though he regards lt| _.._.��� .���.������*�� ����� ��� - ���������
TWIN
SABV	
ELEPHANTS.
33 INCHES 1ALL
STRANGE ANO
as very important.     While   a single
FIGHTING THE FLAMES'    The Department does not bind   It-
picture might be snapped to show al  CnritAAIIC  CtrAttfc D��r��rf& ' !fW t0 acc*^)t th* l*we��t or any ten-
perfectly innocent man in an attitude    OUI gCUUd  OUCCL rdldUC    der-
utterly condemnatory, a^ series of pic-   "|0;30 O'CLOCK EACH WORM lift
tures would not permit of this.    At *__**
the same time  even  motion pictures|     ��2?V**?.
may be faked. 1   -Twle* ,u
"Many a time I have seen  photo-
B.   FRANCIS,
O'Hara,   Agent
post planted southeast coiner of   Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day  Bv^k",
I 31792,  thence north  80  chains, j of June, 1911, unless in the meantime: jands^
.1-     * r*  I    a*       i.nIM      n\. i.wilii    tl      ��� luit'(.l/i      ho      ttlllllji     t I 1
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permission to
hase    the    f illowlng      described
lie cast 80 chains, thence soutb 10
..as to lake shore, thence follow-
|Jake shore in southwesterly dlrec-
j to point of commencement, conning 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
^^^H    Bert Warren,  Agent.
Jated April 16th, 1911.-
JAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
a valid Objection thereto be made toj     commencing at a post planted about
me in writing by a person or persons *    Haslam lake, at T. U,
in, or in any part ^eof. j g0 ch.lin8 norU) thence 80 cnaln8 oag;
District Registrar of Titles. | ^eJr0Aji'aJnBnn8.outh  to P��,nt    ��;
Land Registry    Office,    New West-  ^^0^0" iess
minster, B. C, May 16, 1911. I acres more or less'
containing    640
The person or  persons having    in
their  custody  or  possession  the  fol-
bier   of Calgary, Alberta, occupa-! lowing title deeds relating to the said
'"    to  apply    for 1 property are requested to deliver the
lion   spinster,  Intends
^^_ > pure      ^^^^^^^^
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
af T. L. 31792, thence west 80 chains,
jthence south 80 chains, thence east
K80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
I,point of commencement, containing
1 >*40 acres more or less.
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
in  spinster, inienu��  iu  0^.1,    ���.,.    .
rmission to purchase the following  same to the undersigned.
..   j   .���a..     1'nmmMii'ini:  at  a       (a)   ISth  March, 1895.    Grant from
the crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance in fee from Farquhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
(c) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage.
(d) 21st Marcli, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
May 19,
^^^^       W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
1911.
graphic tricks ot tbe kind exposed,"
I the chief smiled. "Alleged detec-
I tlves go to a husband and say:  'Sir
your  wife Is false to you.'    'Never!
says the husband.    'Certainly,* replies
j the hold-up man, 'and here's the picture  which  proves  it!'    He produces
a photograph,   seemingly   genuine, of
the   man's   wire   emerging    from    a
house, holding the arm ot a male escort.     The  trickster  has   simply  substituted  on the negative the fice of
a man's wife for the face of the woman who posed for the picture, dressed
like the man's wife dressed."
Brine all the!
folk* and sm
for yenrseM 1
Fifty-Cent Cir
ens for 25 cents.
2 CowplHi fast.
*****r**ta*ts**t OaSt-f.
Main arUiatta, at
S and ��� m. sss,
itottral Attsstal
TlfeDnwllhlsl
By order,
K. C. DESROCHERB,
Secretary.
Department et Public   Works, Ottawa, May 13. tilt
(Newspapers will not he paid for
this advertisement tf   they   Insert it
without   authority   trom  the  Depart-
Iment).
Doors Open One Hear Earlier, WgSgS
adauttiac ef a Visit te tke Bis A***UV i
WIRELESS
FROM CAPE
BRETON TO AFRICA
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of I
Coast���Take notice that I, James 1
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-1
wan, occupation broker, Intends to
Apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of the Green Point Indian reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence nortb 80 chains, tbence east
���40 cbalns, thence south 80 chains,
-containing 320 acres more or less
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dist let of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman. Intend to apply fo>-
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, and containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re north half of lot 34, block "B," subdivision   of  lot   30,   group   2,   at
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   in   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof  of  the loss of certificate of title number 9410F, Issued
)AM (viuihoi<ii>i    I ln tbe name of    Arthur   de   Brissac
Boone Kerlin, Agent.  Owen, bas been fl'.ed in this office.
Dated April 19th, 1911. I     Notice ls hereby given tbat I shall
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER
Halifax, N. S., June 1.���Communication has been established between
Cape Breton and Africa, and a message sent from the Glace Bay Marconi station direct to the Eiffel Tower,
Paris, has been relaid within one
hour to Daker, on the coast of Western Africa.
A large staff of operators are on
duty, handling press and commercial
business sent for the old country, and
that transmitted from the mother
country.
Sold Ice Cream on Sunday.
Kingston, June 4.���A flne of $10
and costs was Imposed upon D. Campbell, proprietor of the Grosvenor restaurant, Princess street, by Police
Magistrate Farrell for the Illegal sale
of Ice cream on Sunday. The decision of the magistrate was that a person could not sell Ice cream or soda
water in a room devoted for that purpose alone, even though in another
room regular meals were served.   An
Westminster
�� I
I
g��*mtt.M PACIFIC
W RMimYCO.
j Chancre in Time
Transfer Co. Sunday, June 4
����ce 'Phon* Ha.      Barn
Begbie Street.
'Phone ISTj
Baggage   delivered    promptly    :���
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
o*fics���rs**,** Ti*S**r.y
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C���Take notice that I, J.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London,England, Clerk in Holy Orders.intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the N. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chalnB, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains to roint of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication here
of, In a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a  commencement, and   containing   640
duplicate of the said certlHcate, unless acres more or less.
ln  the  meantime  valid  objection  be J I DWAR
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
TRICT���District or  New  Westminster.���Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation    merchant, j appeal wlll be taken
Intend  to  apply  for    permission    to'
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing   at    a   post    planted
about one mile east   of T. U 32454,
nnd  two  miles  from   Haslam   Lake.
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence   west    80    chains,
thence south 80 chains to tbe point ot
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Local to Mission will leave at 5:40.
Toronto Express will leave at 9:10.
Moose Jaw, Calgary, St. Paul will
leave at 14:35.
Local to Agassiz will leave at 18:10.
Imperial Limited to Montreal wiil
leave at 19:40.
Local to Westminster Junction and
Vancouver will leave at 21:05.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOL LET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
GOVERNMENT 8TOP 8ALE
OF A BUNYAN RELIC
made to me ln writing.
C. 9. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,    N'ew West
minster, B. C, May 9, 1911.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN
THE DAILY NEWS.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
TRUST
London, June 4.���The sale of John
Bunyan's copy of Fox's "Book of Martyrs," with which the former consoled himself while in Bedford Prison,
was stopped at Sotheby's by order of
Sir Rufus Isaacs, the attorney-General. This action on the part of the
government was the result of the outcry that the work should not be sold,
but that It should be preserved as a
national possession. The attorney-
general is considering the question of
the legality of the action of the trustees-of the Bedford Literary Institute
in ordering the sale.
The history of the volumes can be
traced back to 1780. They were purchased by public subscription for $225
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772 ln 184! anj presented to tbe Bedford
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C. Literary institute.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16. 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m	
WE8TMIN8TER TO CHILLIWACK.
88. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m.... Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply)
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver, . I Wi-
9AQW
THE DAILV NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
Do you
want to
swing ]
We have
Hammocks
City News
The    flrst   meeting of the citizens       Don't  forget  the dance  at  Eagles
I picnic committee for making arrange-   hall Monday night. ���*
I ments in connection with the annual I
| outing has been called for tonUht at1    Hairdresslng,   manicuring,   massug-
the board of trade room at 8 p.m.      iln&-  loom 5 Market block, over Hun-
i ter's.   Phone 870. **
Will lhe partv who took a nackace I
of sewing machine needles and writ-'     In accordance with the usual prac-j
Ing paper from Vancouver car on Wed-  tice the fl,st Sunday in June saw the
nesday evening kindly return same to  introduction of the summer schedule
J. H. Todd's music store. **    I on the c- p- R-   slx trains each way
I now run on the Westminster branch.
Among those who motored over to   On the Chilliwack line of the B. C.
lunch at the Russell hotel were Mr. j E. R. four dally trains are scheduled
and Mrs. W. A. Ward, of Vancouver, j for the coming season.
Mrs. S. D. Ward, and Miss Higbtpn,' ��� '       ��� -     -
of Whitehaven, England.
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
Saturday, 9.30
CTJftSMllH Co.*
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
Saturday, 9.30
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thouflht "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
RANGES
For spring plantB and cut flowers
phone Davles and S n, florists. Phone 1
897. *���
Rev. S. T. Bartlett, secretary ofi
Sunday schools and Epworth leagues I
in the west, gave addresses during |
yesterday at Sixth avenue, Sapnerton I
and Queens uvenue Methodist
churches,
The adjourned  annu'l  meeting of.
the W. C. T. U. for the election   of
officers will be held this afternoon at
three    o'clock   at    Queens     avenue |
Methodist ?hurch parlors,
Doctors Holmes, Hacking and Mac-|
Sween, dental surgeons,   have moved
their offices from the Collister block
to the Cliff block, corner    of    Sixth
street and Clarkson. **
The funeral will take place today
from the Roman Catholic church io
the Roman Catholic cemetery of
George Linnett, a three months' old
son of A. Linnett. of 310 Eleventh
street. Bronchitis was the cause of
death.
The attraction at the opera house
this evening will be the "Winning
Miss," an opportunity for those who
like a strong chorus and catchy songs.
It supplies amusement which will
meet with genuine approval from the
audience rather than praise from the
critical, but withal assuring a merry
evening.
At the residence of Mrs. T. L.
Briggs, Royal avenue, a lecture to
which ladies are Invited wlll be given
by Miss MacKinney, formerly a mls-
sioner in India under the auspices of
the Zenana Missionary society. The
meeting is called for 8 p.m. today. On
Friday Mrs. de Pencier held a reception for the lecturer at the See house.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S.
D. Buchanan on Saturday afternoon
the wedding was solemnized of J. B.
Roberts, solicitor, of Caigary, Alta.v
;ind Miss Bernice A. Killoran, of this
city. Rev. R. Wallace Collins, of the
West End Presbyterian church, officiated, the bride being gowned in white
chiffon with satin trimmings. After
the honeymoon, which will be spent
in Victoria and tlie sound cities, Mr.
nd MrB. Roberts will take up their
residence in  Calgary.
The Public
Supply Stores
Breakfast
Foods
We have always
a full line of
CEREALS
on hand at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
Try us. Remember
we are headquarters for Green Vegetables of all kinds.
Keep Your
Remember the
Place
Just received a
carload of the
famous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
SPORTSMEN   WILL   BE   GLAD    N
OF    J.  B.  JOEL'S VICTORY 1
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
SPRING
Medicines
Muir's  Sarsaparella
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
AT
MUIR'S DIG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Jack Barnato Joel, the South African diamond mine owner and multimillionaire, has had his desire of
many years fulfilled, and by winning the Derby on Wednesday his
name will be handed down to followers of the king of sport for all time.
J. B., as he is known to those who
mix with the higher sporting set in
the old country, has thrice endeavored
to land tlie winner of the blue ribbon of the turf, but despite the outlay of huge sums of money and which
he coul.l well afford to spend, this
has been the first occasion upon which
he has been successful.
N'o true sportsman will begrudge
Joel his victory. He is one of the
finest sportsmen in the land over the
Beas, and all branches of athletics
command his attention.
Despite the fact that he has beea
through all manner of hairbreadth
escapades in South Africa when the
diamond boom landed him a winner,
financially for all time to come, Joel
ls highly strung and an instance of
this may at this time be recalled. Du"-
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
x On This
Space
Every Day
Sl'
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana ln London, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
innum   I present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
*______,,���-.-��� m-.^riii���mi-jsmm*-****, ����MK,r.-.-*.-���� >.l..-J.-����M*Mtw.��.>-.'*��t'>K
LARGE MODERN HOUSE
AND   TWO   LOTS
11
ing   some   boxing   bcuts    at   the   old
Shoreditch baths ln the east end of
London, he was present with a number of members of the London   Stock
exchange  and   was  one  of  the  most
interested   and   excited   spectators  a.'
the   ringside.      In    the    heavyweight
competitions    he    was    particularly
struck by the performance of a city
policeman,   who,  although   the  decision went against him, put up a hard j
battle for supremacy. Joe! aske 1 that | j
the boy in blue be sent for and on the.
constable-athlete coming forward, theli
millionaire offered him a twenty-five ji
dollar bill  ( .CF>).    It was poln'.ed out I '
that  this  procedure  was  against  the
amateur  law,   but   nothing   daunted,!
J. B. coolly took out a costly gold cigarette  case   studded    wdth   diamonds,
and asked the "copper's" acceptance |
of this as a reminder of   how an ea-1
thusiast  had  enjoyed  the  sport   pro-1
vided, by a man who had contested I
for the sheer love of the art. 7
This is but one Instance of the kind
heart of Joel for sport.   Yearly he donates trophies for all manner of ath-'jj
letics and  the Joel  cups for football  fc
and kindred pastimes are legion.
Heirloom  Cheeses.
In some parts of Switzerland it  Is
1 said  that  chesses   form    family  heirlooms,  which  are  sometimes  hand.'d
dotvn from one generation to another
At  Les  Ormonts,   in   the   canton    of
Valid, It is  customary   to  make  special cheese for certain   family feasts.
They   are   tagged    with   explanatory
labels and eaten several years later,
at other feasts, or even at   funerals.
Recently, at Les Ormonts, In a   concealed shelter, there was discovered
a cheese dating from 17X5.    It was as
hard as a rock and had to be cut with
a saw.   It Is reported to have tasted
Hit*-. J
One of the finest residential
properties in this city has
been placed on the market.
A modern home with beautiful grounds. Handy to
both city and interurban
carlines.
For location, price and full
particulars call or phone���
F.J.Haii&GUtd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
��*��*ef^t��**����*t����*��..*.*����t.*��....��**.��*��*.��*
LIME JUICE LEMONADE _
In bottles and cans at 25c.
PRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
RyalVs Drug Store I
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TIRIC BIFOCALS.
Twin Screw Steamships.
Bl "PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
!*J.^Mlii\3l Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12 MIDNIGHT
For Stewart     Thursdays
For Prince Rupert Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett.
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc. I
Tickets and Information fo- all points east, Including Detroit,
London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great
Britain and the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Aflent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)    Phone 3060
527  Granville  Street,  Vancouver,
.t ���������'���
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
if you will place yourself un der our instruction we will not only
teach you bookkeeping, shorthand and typewriting from a practical
standpoint, but will supply you with a "B.-L." that will satisfy the
business mun of your ability to "rnak�� Bood."
The best results can be obtained If you are in possession of our
"b.-l." ;
Day Session the Entire Year.
The Modern Business School
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal

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