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 tSm ���-.-
LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent  Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NKW WESTMINSTER.
���es HjawiiN *9 awmoA
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,   MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1911
MRS' PICNIC
DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR
PRICK   h'IVI"   <'KNT8
HOSPITAL TAO DAY HAS
JUSTIFIED THE EFFORT
AMID 8YLVAN SURF.'OUNDINGS
HAPPY 8UNDAY IS SPENT BY
TYPOS AND FRIENDS���FREAK
BASEBALL GAME.
Royal   Columbian    Benefits    to
Amount of $375 From Auxiliary's Effort.
the
arrangements with the clerk of the
weather, a better day than yesterday
could not have been chosen for tho
picnic. Of the hundred persons
present many who have no association with the setting of type, had
[seized the opportunity to visit Derby
(on such an ideal day, and the steamer
Paystreak  kept  to her  time  for  tho
{day's run.
See  Port  Mann Sits.
The  realty  interests  were  aroused
jtiy the sight of the cleared hillside of
^oit   Mann,   where  the,C.  N.   R.  en-
BELLIES TRIUMPH
IN FOURTH GAME OF SERIFS
Champions Prove Themselves Invincible Conquerors In
Familiar Seen:.   Vancouver Puts Up Fine Effort to
Draw   Even��� Marred By Referee's Partiality.
eighteen collectors wan "on""dut"v ' After a *ame bristling with the spectators to ire hy his ragg!nS
timber in oil' plrtr or al the keene8t P��8slble excitement from th* stunts' Tom QUord put a Bpoae in
gaterand7he7worke".ple"didly or flhrst ?bi*t]�� ��������"" ** *m*H to WMjLjrto not only did Tommy
the institution, as a result of which a   !be ",a>'er" t0.thelr >-espective dress-1
SENIUHAHATttttS IfflE      CHASE AfltK hOcBtR
sicond meno v. a. tj mih m mm
The tag day for the Royal Columbian hospital organized   by   the Wo-
men's Auxiliary, proved a great suc-
Had the Typographical union made | c?ss    on    Satuiday.      Seventeen    or
Beaten  on  Home    Ground  by    Eight
Goal sto Five���Fast, Clean
Lacrosse.
Tbe senior amateurs game with tho
Vancouver A. C. at Queen s Park on
Saturday ended in a win for the visitors  by eight goals    to live.      Tb
MYSTERIOUS BURGLARY IN WEST
END KEEPS POLICE BUSY-
SUSPECT SUPPOSED TO HAVE
TAKEN TO BUSH.
V
sum of $375 was collected. It ls not
possible to Compare this effort with
similar occasions, for although tbe
Anti-tuberculosis society has had an
identical endeavor, the idea was novel
so far as the hospital
cerned.
was
ing rooms, the world's champions
emerged from the fray cn Saturday
at Queens park victors by the odj
goal in nine.
Practices  Have  Benefitted.
The special  daily  practices,  which
st..tion that a
beat him for the ball   but also on uui	
run for clearance.    Lalcnde takin* *   kT eoalKeel)e''�� save a good display, message to the V.oif
hand in the arguments ?or a momln?   thlvTilT Bt��P ?Ch "ard 8hots a* ,i;'ef *ad  b3J see,  running    down
sent a corker into Gray's stic^Tron j sa!4 ^ ,reqUe"tly CU"ed  U1'��n t0 Ten,h -feet, and a ho ise had been
the   twenty-yard    distance,   the   fie'dI     Iff ho      a   a si     .��� robbed   Bet   OMel     lii adsbuw    Swat
with the single exception' of Sandy"   Flerheilfer had neu'ed for EP2V1- ^T?' *��* P' C" PemoU busv-.S
prepared   for   that   attack III, ��Hi!���b^-D.e. te? for the vlsitors' worked the streets    around   Q,��hS
being
uiiprept
 ~...~���    iruv   "UIIICU   ver*
baid for the Bcbeme was Miss Arm-
auxiliary.   Thanks are due to the girl' Sa,;urda-V-
coUectors  who    passed    in and out'
pig onwards the verdant banks brightened herj and tliere by the pink bios-
Moms of the wild rose, and the faded
fatar-like whorls of the dogwood form-
led a pleasing setting to the whirling
���^stream bearing in Its eddies the floating driftwfo' of a past winter now
[bo.lie to thc gulf.     On   landing, the
'ta.f.. fo..hd a grassy slope where half
a century tince Col.  Moody  planned
to rear  'hfl  future capital  of  B.  CL,
fnd on this glass clad bank, and In
the sui'1'i..nding bush, heavy with an
undergrowth of bracken and ferns of
varying  shades,  the  gathering  spent
' the day. elering for their wants from
baskets  brought  from  town.    D.  Os-
trora's four piece orchestra discoursed
the  music, and  right  well they did
'heir shire of the contract,
In the Cool Shade.
While the sun blazed down fiercely
or, the grass baseball fans shared the
diamond, while others sought the welcome silence of tbe trees, where th��s
iorest stillness could only be broken
I uy   the   nheasants    calling    to  their
; >rung, or the snap of Bome branch
| parting  company   wnth    the    bough
(which  had  nourished  it.      The buzz-
[ing of insects also broke    into    the
jjuiet  of  this    natural
game.
TION WEEK
FULL Of FESTIVITIES
.    ...... ���.     **a.   UCLICU    IO!"    Llie    VISH   .
^^_^-^_; -     -    ���r.-r-*ar**   wi    that   attack. I and Sclater for Westminster, but thu   street, where lie
I had taken place during the week, had J Continuing  his  charge   on   WeBtmin-,' home boys drew level from Smith in
���"--���" p the re-  the second.   Peacock received a pen-   >
ted after   ulty for laying out Gregory,
feat him. |     Five  goals  were  registered  in  the   '
enlng at  third, Jack Gifford and Kenny adding   I
ring    re-   to  the   Westminster  total  and  Dunn  t
    _.���.,        ���. ���'- i�� ue ueuied, shot a   twice   for  the   visitors.      li.   Murray
that  the contest  was the finest   yet'8wlft one Into Clarke, which had the   gaiiied the other.    In the fourth Gal-
shown    hv    Bnir    r,ra-maUlwan*l~m ,,.....- ,.,....
around    Quebec
vas  mace, no
Among the ladles who worked very \ ��***f!�� ��r���**7hL%^ ^.I^5��^ *   S^1"^ ��* "^ "*
aoted after' uity
beat him. ���     F
opening at  thin
fc" are already at" work, andVss-1 **Z* the crowd" at the big lacrosse | Sf�����?��� *'L��TfL t~e_ D��minJon    *vefj ^.^d- and not to be'"deufeId,ms8hotr a ' twice* for "��' "rttore ^ '��� ��� ���  *****" 't"a"ke"��t^be bush.
mons  for the test of stamina  which, turn, but Gra'y" weulio^utitttm' ��u* 8fecOI,'d\ ^acock received a'pen-   cap^uToccurred"
^Ja^lies,ner and actually beat him. I �� "'
Enthusiasts who have seen the big' the^other ll** g��$? g��j�� *: ^^��S_l_*i_^*��* fPAttZtttt***^
strong,  honorary  secret7ry""of "'the; Si B�� greaUy Deeded in the bout 3; ?e ^^'ne'r^anTac^ually^beat Htm i "'%JeM^ ��Ut Uref01"5'- Men wlth 'a^rns trom the Btreet
^ter mi88lne a splendid opening Tt  third   Ja^kriS  refi8tered  '��  the  Tork* re��ained till a iate hour watch
the   other   end.   r.r,���,,,   c.....".7g _al    ulld.' Ja.?k Glfford and Kenny adding   Ing for the susr,^   ��h�� ,.���:...���_,
shown by any combination
Both
represen
ln
visitor easily beaten.
A minute after   brfl'ih   had  his  ankle   sprained
BattRou was called on to take a s	
- a..,*^*.*. reuun? nve mln-  The hi me boys got one from Sclater,;
Pickering moved   back   to  and Vancouver three before timp was
.        .. muiiiif aiter   or.'' .U   had   his   ankle   sprained   and   Hfjjl    I AY FI|(S j   SI Ij   I"
loth  clubs  played  their   strongest  tbe   face-off   Griffiths   went    to    the   BaitF.ou was called on to take a stick. ' "u
resentatives.    Bones Allen coming  bench with a check rea.lin? five min-  The hi me
at  the twelfth  hour to take   the ; utes- and  Pickering moved   h��, i, * ���	
ROUND     OF     ENGAGEMENTS
pace of Dot Phelan, while the cham- cover up his custodian.   The balY'���"' n���n a
glow went on the field   as   chosen. �� Westminster's end when Tom cu"
The changing of positions on the home 'ord joined the Vancouver nlaver on
team was all to the good, and while It the bench, for an alleged foul nlav
Would,    nprhano     hQ    ������f���).     *��� ... PN., la     .....   ..  aI,eBeu ��OUt  plaj
The twi s were:
Wesimirster���Goal,
W.      Keary;
of sixth num. mm
   ^ .,.,������, ���.,,u-.,   v���^ ^ULU, ioi an auegea foul play on ' i ob.-t.  Ligby;   cover  point,    B.    Gal-  Ceremony Depends on Early Recovery
would,  perhaps,  be   unfair   to  maka  Fitzgerald, but the manner in which   braith:   first itience.    W.    Patchell: j . M    __.*** runnir,.h,m
comparisons   too   deeply,   tbe    work  Fltz jumped to his feet when he saw   second offence, Leo Gregory;    third ���   mr' ueo BC ^un,ilr Jnam
shown  by  George  Rennie,  who   was  Gifford get his marchine tab shnwort ' <i��fon,.o    *.v   w ������-
LONDON WILL OCCUPY THEIR
MAJESTIES ALMOST EVERY
HOUR.
From  Accident.
It is not anticipated any action wilt
be taken with regard to the ce, emony
of laying the foundation stone of the
new SWh Avenue Methodist church
eirheiller;   until the recovery of George Cunning-
 ^^^^^^^^^^JTMurray    bam senior, who  was hurt a month
    .w������._  v.,,��<,.,    ��UL   uei; ;nc  tt* "uuiawii, west and Carter, bein^1 outside  home.  Wright;   inside home,  ago in a I unaway accident.   Mr. Cun-
f   H ... . .... ;-;    "^T"*11!?!1  Pat. Feeney although he was so com-  among the prettiest of the afternoon.! Crookall nlngham is the oldest member ofthe
lesuvities werei tmiy inaugurated with ��� pleteIv done up jn the last (iualter ai   This trio swept  down on  Gray four      Keferee. J. J. 11 honey. congregation and it is the Intention or
ine return >esieiaay ot tne King and tQ bg unab,e t0 contInue> Eureiy came times in succession, but each visit I Time Hcpers B. J. Armstrong and the building committee to ask him to
S^J?����^h^m^l/��I^2h����SS   hack    against    the    near-champions,  saw them set back past the half dls-' J. J.  Keary. perform tbe function,
uinasot ana tue runctions connected Patrfck not on]v opened the day.8 unce line, the Salmon Bellies' horn,-1 Penalty timekeepers, H. C. Major A meeting to discuss the matter haa
Wltn tne ceutiai event ot next turns- gcor,ng but Wftg here tnere anJ taking their measure. After an at- (Westminster), W. Oppenheimer been beld, and the committee decide!
7nytniv i^^en^hpTnl^n6��r�����i!,'  everywhere and always at the   mo- tack on  Westminister's   goal   r-ring   (Vancouver). to take no action pending a communi-
toav<London''^ the court ^^ agaln, ment when most needed. whicl.^ Bill Turnbull obliged   *ith   a' - 	
graceful   somersault,   the    bi'U
was      Paris,  June  l.\
cation  from Mr. Cunningham    as ta
M.   Jules   Joseph   when he may be able to act.
M.   L?fe
Semi-state    marked    the arrival ofl Delay in Start,
their majesties in the metropolis, the'     Although the
park,  where  !',roc,esslon f,om paiidington station to  the records
i men's  handy  work  has so far  little   -ngm    Palace    consisting
lepoiled.     The slumber
Iof moss served to some
Ithe warm  honm, and 5 o'clock,    the       , -         > = ������-
Uime set for dciarturg came all too   weJ<'ome(i th��   1{mg   and queen wltn   have been at a premium. ^__ ^^^^_ _. ���,...wc     cj^m-^^^^^^^^m*, - sm______*r���    m
tf-oon.   An hour and a half afterwards      alty    <-beeli''S and followed    them      Owing to the late start of the ama-   actly   slxty  seconds   after  the   face-  ��f  B"h   Clarke,   and   here   Grumpy  Mariborough will appear ae   Shakes
fthe party left the Paystreak    at the   OVS.rJtUe wbole route' I tour8' Same between the V. A_ C. and  ��ff' ten Turnbu'l ��8aln sent bis team  Bprina  bmnaed Uuroocb  the   e%ua\ta- \Z��* a+\.}��&_?Tl��X. 8^k0"p,,St&
Braekman-Ker wharf. Today  will   wltneas  tbe arrival  ot | Wegtmlnster,    the    played    tor    the   tether  on top. hla   Mutt  at a pasa  *t��a *o*X to ��.21.     > V��I��R.Jffi?al!5? JlS1l_6*Si_iri^!!
CTvlit ia duo to the committee ar    ma"  OI  the  royal   aueate  and   other   more Important enaagement did   not   worklna  the   charm  on   Clarke,  wtoo
i^mmt   the   ticnif   InMnri!...,     ������    f    special    vlaitora    from abroad.    John   make  their appearance until  halt  an  waB completely battled. i
liay?   Hammond,  special ambassador, hour   after  the   advertised   time   ot Becond  Quarter,
the crowd was a big one,   t��en  up the field and down again. Lefebvre   theT painter' diedTod^' He ������ ?he?Zc^ZVZTn^T
linrkinrh.m     �� i   ^ "��   ������ were not b,oken-      Ma"��y   Vhe/e.I'ltzgerald  missed  a good  op- won the Grand Prix de Home in 1861 the  oldI  uw  ILh ? P
.. -v *****   uLl.e  SSSSfSi   ^alace    consisting    of   empty seats on   the   bleachers were   P��rtun.ty  to  score,  the  net   ftr  the for the "Death of Priam."   Among hi   ; ofninl '����' r����m    **~
-inviting carpet-  m,,"8 d!;v,n ,,y foi'r ba>'s wlth P"8"  noticed, but bad the absentees known   nonce  being open.      A  few  seconds best known oalntings is "Ia Cigale
a to sleep awav.  'lll0Us ^   escc.rled   by   the Koyal   before the play started what they dj   ?ater- Fltz stopped  a high shot   and in museum  iit  St   Louis
-    ������ ���   iiorse    Guards-   Crowds, enery where  now, standiug room  would ��oubtte9�� ��anged past Gray,  who  was  beaten bvie was born in 1836
by the swiftness of the sphere.     EX-1
Duke As Shakespeare.
London,   June   18.���The    Duke    of
tho   picnic   including    F.   I.
(chairmen), J. J. Randolph, It.
A. ,l|-fney. R. V. Monteith. J. Henderson and H. W. Smith, secretary.
Bassball  Game.
of the United States, wlll make    his I commencement and even then  many      Starting at the same Wah pressure ' fi      y ? ?. ^ J"1'*^ J1"*.xJt^V*
official entry Into the city at noon, ar-1 additional minutes were cut to waste Westminster were quickly in Vancoul the upright that he dislodged the bar
riving from the country, where he Is   fixing   the  goal  nets.     The   referee   ver's   territory,  but   a  fuddled   nass        ,,* ce81?a"on of pl*y wa8 aecessar/
r,or,,ii^��  .*am   *.***. **a      tj .   _iii   t.    1_..,..   .   ..        ���    .-   .1    .,_.���_   .^.      ���        ���    '.'   ....    .    1UJU'CU    P��*b   until  such time aR the  in-eased work-
ZEPPELIN  AIRSHIP
CARRIES  BUFFET
FIRE   AT  COSMOPOLITAN.
tiie fame  was  resumed,    every    bag
held t,ot only n baseman but, forsooth
nu   umpire  as   well.      Despite   these
handicaps,     the     printers      galloped
round the diamond, and although tho
small  army  of  officials  called   some. ,, .   . .
of tbe players off the hags they re-  Cosmopolitan    hotel
matter of half a dozen inches.
vessel was being brought out of her
revolving shed.    The repairs lasted a.
throw from centre Spring to Keeney   ^TfaB��r: tbe  timekeepers   were au-   fjfths wa8 ordered ott {or an attacK
Xsin^^JsASA "ut ��2 r ^ t on ffi sys & wsLffsa- ��xr r^ ^hmeenTediar t,ips have
Owing to a faulty flue, a fire was   Tom Kennle fuddled the message and   ���.re working like demons, and both   comfiturePof the players and   at the  "^ eae,i dav on wh?ch the weather
auseJ   yesterday     afternoon   at   the   Matheson   cleared   without    exertion,   ends of the field were visited in quick   Bacr|fice    of    valuable    time.       Cliff  ,. ^JSSts *^5LSHft   ��  ^ST
fised to fo.   Once or twice the tubac
Btreet.   A hurried
knights' got "as"tar"aa  the  home j J'1"0  haI1, brought
bile vehicle, and t
the I a manual from No.
ers  were quickly
location was soon found on the roof
��iiur that the clgarmakers had won
ncalcg  would   not  have  lt  that    the" ""*"����" "��'�� "����� -���   The fire tight-
round   had   heen   made    fairly     and   ers   we,e  Quickly  at  work,  and  the
arely.     While   \i   looked   to     the   lo'"ition was soon found on the roof. to the nets.    Adamson, well up, was
The hand extinguishers had the effect the   v|ctor���temporarilv���in   a   melee  qult niraself-
nessed, Sandy Gray saved a grounder  dtadel from two attacks which look-   known t0 tne refe,.ee, was flanded a P"�����2
which  was  making  speedy  headway   J* "fe ?��*���� fa a1' but right well   check for flve minutegi and wltn   the  "^  ����tfort.  includln,
did  the  Fraser  valley  custodian   ac
At the other end, Fee-
team   slightly   disorganized,   Johnny .
Howard took a deal of the play upon
gers' saloon, built amidships, provides
g champagne
and  cold   edibles  from   a  buffet   at
JlVILIAN   RIFLE
ASSOCIATION   Sl.OOT
was within inches ot   Clarke   when SE^^lort JSmSj? Maflaah d,efendln6, and bans "f ��ut awkward / them      vialt  Ul   A���,ust bWora,
Matheson was seen to advantage In * *����� was lost, ana, quicK as a ttasn, ,notg  tru,y an exposition of all round D|.oceedlnK to Canada    In some ciuar-
clearing movement. Although the ball A'len   who  had   got   right   into   his ,        cll��� wa8 ,��� a good po8Uloa t0 ?;^efta\n8fe believel th��  visit will   be
was sent up the field It was not   al- ;��*.*��?. ^JrieJJ���\a��J  K* score when the whistle blew for the ^rked by the engagement to a well-
b; a small margin, the official score  of subduing the flames  but not before   wlth  George  Rennle,  but the   latter WJ*as up aga instas tiff proposition  nlg own Bh0UiderBl and was responsi- probable  ENGAGEMENT
was given In favor of the press by 9-2.   a deal of damage hud been done to  got hl8 own back Immediately   after- ^f1 he had to handle not only the   b,     ,      brilliant   work   in   different op  princess PATRICI4
I tbe interior of a number of the sleep-   wards  wben  Arcbie bad   to   confess ba��   but  three  opponents,   who   ap-        tg    f the field    Jt wag mu.m at OF  PRINCESS PATR,CIA
CRICKET AT BROCKTON  POINT,     ing  rooms.     The   proprietors   of  the   himself beaten by tne bu8tUng opuo. parently gre ally des red^ his company.   Umes  t0  ]uBt  .      e  where   Howa,.j
                              I Cosmopolitan estimate the damage at  gition    Georce still in the front rank Patrick was there with the ;;oods, and   shn,.,H he   one moment he would he London, June  18.��� rhe   Duke   and
Burrard  "A"  beat  Westminster  at! 1*00, all  of which Is covered by in-  !ffto^lS^TO?S jjjjf*  'h'���  show��d  ����  "Is   re-  c^^tg t^e ball ToTarL C.aTe "and _*&�� ^trXteiT^
Urockton Point by 291 runs to 72 on   suranco.                                                    ���      -       ��� -     **--   ��-���   turn   tn nid  fnrm   i��  moWmpH  hv   .,        ".   ,. ���__, tl_.  .. '....,.. the   kaiser  when  heie  lecentiy  tnat
laturday.    Canon  D'Easum made  22'    Thc firemen were   on   the   scene
|ot out, while W. G. Bullen made 139 | wlthln forty seconds of the call.
id then retired for Burrard	
NO OFFICIAL REPORT   ^^^^^������*a D^ , -._ .-       _ ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^	
ON  EMPIRE DEFENCE  lowed long to there   remain, Howard P����f��  ��M over,  netted   the   ball   penultlmate halt of  the game   with ��""!" a"'d "onuKrTriKe  belSnSSk
                               relieving at a critical   moment.    Play ^  "fteen yards out     Immediately   th0 score 5 to 4, Westminster   lead- ���0*" 'W rman  slates.The
London,   June   18,-The   Yorkshire   was at this point being conducted a. a ter the face-off, Billy West trundled                      Fourth  Quarter. ,o ��ne of the G��W*itei.      lhe
Tho Westminster Civilian Rifle as-   Post says:    "No official report is ex-  a high pressure and both ends of the ����� ball back to Gray, who skied Into j     Feeney had run hlmBelf t0 a Btand. '^remark:   uj��n   the  extreme  zest
Iation held Its    regular    shoot on   ���ected on the tlnling of the Imperial   del.I were visited ln rapid succession. *�� ��  net-  a"d   this  centre   player   gu���   and on the advlce of hl8 team- 'e_,f  ���nlalltv with  which   both   the
Ituiday  uiternoon at  South    West-  conferences in regard to Imperial de-   The  Vancouver  home  emerged  from thla tlne went inside and grounded a   mate8|  he  lay off  for  the   finishing *��d   "^ dnohAsl  seise everv onnor-
ister.      Tho  following    were  tho   fence.     It ls likely that Premier As-  a scrimmage on the credit side, Grif- message which It was Impossible to  quarter.   Hughie Gifford was ready to ?"���,!,,��� meet toem and chat   over
���;;                                                        ciulth  will make a  statement in  the  11 ths and West being mainly responsi- ��* "����> Gray hooked out   from the  take hla p|ace> but after consultation ran"dlan nflaira
200 500 GOO Tl.   house of  commons   at   hls   convenl-  ble for the good work executed when fo,ds'    With the score three all, play   wltb tne  Vancouver officials, it was ��������  hiirhlv   niaced   Canadian  ven-
Vidal   32   29    28-89   ence.   it Is reported that he   pledged   the Vans  were In  an   apparent   fix. was continued at greater speed and            d t0 even maUerB up by dispos- tured   In conversation with a leading
Chamberlain  ... 31    31   24���86   the conference to perfect secrecy re-  Lalonde and Allen taking matters on the homesters were seen to advant-  ,      of Adam80Ili both   homes   being ZmVrof the duke's  entouiage   t��
Wi Menzies   31   27   28-86  gftrding  Cunadas  attitude   as   inter-   their own, galloped away  with   the a*? ln c*��*�� plays   their combination thus weakened.   Although the leaders ^nress the hone that nothing would
. G. Wooster    29   31    23-83   pleted by Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.     Pre-  ball and the result of Newsy's throw being vastly superior to that of Van-   were  a  mm Bbort   they   were   not t?attLnfed T Rideau    all   to set
|g. Wooster   30   24    82���76 -. gumably  each  national   crisis  would   was that Gra yhad to jump  for the couver-   who   were   conducting   their  8low to make their presence felt, and ,,��� B���eUboratP court with rigid stne
-    "ale         31    22-    | be considered by the Canadian parlla-  composition, which was sent over the P'an8 on the open formation most of 4wo qulck aUackB 0n Clarke   almost JEJ^ ���d macedence after the man-
Ihere wlll 1)0 a shoot also on Cor-  ment  on  it8  merits  before   deciding   cross-bar.    Behind the nets, a   battle the time.   The two Rennles, Cliff and ,tound the net8.    B111 Turnbull work- ���Pr nf r.ermanv and entirely out or
Mon  Day.    V   11.  C.  Abbott won  for or agaln8t Canadian military sup-   royal  was ln  progress   for   a   brief   Bill   Turnbull    were   likely   looking  ed tbe ball down the greater part ot Sarmonv   with  Canadian   democratic
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[Bpoon for the week, with a score  p0rt
19 on Wednesday
I8IAN PRINCE SEES NO
Expert   Examinee  Mine.
spell, and lt was hard to tell   just  when 'aclng Clarke, and the ball was  the fleld wlthout assistance, but his conditions
where the ball was.    Eventually the   Roing home to rest when Ions  at a  parting 8hot \|M frustrated.      Tom     The repiy ran as follows:   "Ah, you'
...   - globe was found In   Len Turnbull's crucial moment���to the home fans��� .Rennle>   wh0   attacked   Godfrey, ac- don't know the duke.   That was never
���.���-. .*..*.      Revelstoke, June 18���Nell McBach-  stick.   Gray was there with bells on  scooped away and relieved   the ten- cord|ng t0 the refrees' report, sought  h,   way  and aa for the ducboss, well.
DANGER IN VENEZUELA  ren waB ln the clty on Monday from  at every attack, and   a throw   from   6l��n-    Newsy  beating down  his   op-   a cool  place for  flve   minutes,   and  ghe ,8'a' mother ab0Ve all else."
his property just south of Revelstoke  goal   accepted   by   Punk   windemute   Posing   chackr switched   round   and  Harry who was attended by seeming- 	
iw Tork, June 18���Prince Lazar- and reports the development work as  was carried right up to within a few  the flying ball finished up by repos- ]y all bl8 teara raembers, had an addi- FIGHTING IN HAYTI.
1  Hrebellanovlch,  of  Servla, an showing up the rich ore shoot to be yards of goal, and then nimbly passed  Jng behind Gray, this point   sending tlonal rest of four mlnutes.   When he
at today  from  Venezuela,   says continuous    It is Mr  McEachren's In-   to  Feeney.  who   made   no   mistake  Vancouver one up with two quarters  dld rise from hl8 recumbent position      Kingston,   Jamaica,   June    i��. j\a-
former President Castro is com-  ,entlon  to continue   the   work   right  about the final destination of the ball,  still  to  play.    Godfrey  contracted   a  be betrayed no signs that he was as  vices received here by mail  desCTll.-e
*v ,H " I and has no Inline- through the winter, and he is havin* which was fished from the meshes of  cramp for the regulation three mln- bad ag gome trled to make out.   Car- conditions   n Northern Hayti as isen--
tn Venezuela.   The prince vl.it- h|B present cabin put ln shape for the the net amidst the enthusiastic cheer- utes thus giving the fatigued players ter UBed two severe cross checks, hut ous.   IWng theie has Mfm
jenezuela to study the  manners,  accommodation of the men   now em- ing of the home   rooters.      Flushed  a  rest-      No serious   combined   at-  got away wlth ti,em.   Play, although ate.      The government   forces   naver
lbs  ancl   the  conditions   of  tho  ployed.    Later on another cabin will   with this Initial lead in five minutes   tempts were made on the goal as tho  a Bhade Blower than In the   previous   been scat ered  ancl  tne reDeis   naver
'Ty.   He snld: ,,e ere(,,ed and more men will be put and thirtv-flve seconds from the start interval came two minutes latjr. Quarters, was still full of that ginger things their 0������*J'Q���*���J�����.
��� people are tired of civil war to work.     An expert   and   geologist  of the game, the Salmons went   oT Third Quarter. whlch kept the onlookers on wires. It Plazare one of the feaerai commano--
;re bent on Improving their ma-   visited  the  property  last  week   and I pell-meM   for  Clarke  again,   but  this      Vancouver  facins  the  strong   eun,  was difficult to forecast what the re- ers, Bas taken retuge in ai consuia����.
condition.    Tho internal condi- w���8 great.lv pleased with the proposl-  time Pickering aided by Griffiths re- forced the opening, but after the ini-   8,,it would  be;   each  were liable   to      Supporters of General Antenor rir-
re good, economic and political  Hon,  be considering   it  the   biggest   pelled   three  attacks  Len  Turnbull's  tial four minutes the play was for the  pl,t one over at any old time, and the  mm,   formerly   "ayuen   minister   vm
y exists and thero Is no llkell- and best looking sold proposition he trio of passes bein,. intercepted when greater part a personally   conducted respective    goalkeepers    never   took Great Britain, ana leaaer or ine revolt
jt any disturbance during the has seen in  British Columbia.     Fu- within   striking  distance   of  Clarke,   tour on the part of the   champions, their optics off the stlckhandlers with  W��-- are Jubilant over tne  JJjwwc
utlonal    presidential    term    of  t,ire work on this immense o-e bodv I Vancouver Equalizes. After Jimmy Gifford   and   Pickering  the ball.   Jimmy Gifford was benched ,of Placing Flrmln in tne presiaenuai
Int Gomez, who possesses the  will be looked torward to with much      The ball chaneM ends and   there  had been "warned off" for five mln-' ���   chair     Incend ary  nres are reporiea
mco of the people." Interest here. Adamson  aroused  a section   of the  utes, play was centered lh the region (Continued on Page Five.) in various parts ot the republic.
���"mk-tkW PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE   19, 1911.       "��
Wants
REID, CUR IIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street
SMALL  new  house at Edmonds,    on
BRIDGE CEASES TO HAVE
SAME HOLD ON SOCIETY
WESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER OR
Fraser river valley district property
���wanted in exchange for a 160
improved (aim in Alberta.
J/, this office.
MxlU
cash.
fool    lot.    $800;     one-third
ere,
Box K.
LOT on Tenth avenue, just east of
Tenth street, 60zlS2; light clearing.
$525 cash.
Tale of Suicides From Fatal  Fascination  Growing   Less  Each
Year.
WANTED���HOUSEWORK    BY    AN
English     woman.      Address     Mrs.
Knight, P. O. Hon 371, City.
WANTED���YOUR   OPPORTUNITY-
TWELFTH street corner, 158 and 132! 	
feet fronting on the   two    streets       Not 80  , an
andjane alongside. $4000; one-third | beld   on a   streatham
committed suicide after
cash.
I v.ish to exchange my farm lauds j THIRD   avenue,
for   a city
Daily News.
I
residence.    Box D. B., j
WANTED ��� AS SECRETARY TO
School Board this city, a stenographer and typewriter, familiar
���with modern office systems. Month
ly salary $75.00. Applications stating experience received till noon,
the 22nd inst.   R. Lennie, Secretary.
WANTED ��� BY YOUNG LADY,
board and room in central location.
Apply to Box X., Daily News.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM
ploy ment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
WANTED ��� BY
board and room;
this office.
A    GENTLEMAN
close in. Apply R.,
OCR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 8fi0. Box 1003. If J'oj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
FOR  8ALE.
FOR SALE���THREE LOTS IN THE
Grand Trunk Pacific townsite, Edson, Alberta. For particulars ap-
I,Iy Owner, Box 558, New Westminster.
TO RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED BEDROOM,
near library.    703 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED .ROOMS
lor light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian HalLluilding.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia street.
house near Tenth
street, two or three rooms, 55x132
foot lot, well developed to fruit.
$2100; easy terms.
LOT on Dublin street, upper side, between Eighth and Tenth street.
$750.
GOOD acreage in Surrey and Langley,
$50 an acre up.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
MUNICIPALITY OF   BURNABY
ENGINEER.
Applications are invited for a qualified engineer to take charge of the
road by-law work under the supervision of the municipal engineer,
from whom full particulars a3 to
duties and appointment can be obtained.
Applications stating qualifications
and salary expected will be received
by the undersigned up till 5 p.m.
June 24, 1911.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS. Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Post Office.
For Up-to-date
P
RIINTING
GO TO
LOST.
I^OST���FROM PASTURE ONE MILE
south of Eburne on Granville street,
light bay gelding five years old;
star on forehead, branded J on ribs
and Jaw, hind heels scruffy. Ten
dollars reward for anyone locating
Ibis horse and notifying Centra.
Transfer, 140 Water street, Vancou
*er. iJi&Bf!
FOUND.
FOUND���AUTOMOBILE TIRES ON
Vale Road. Owner may have same
by proving property and paying expenses. Apply Thompson's Livery
SiaMes.
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL S* ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Westminster
to.
nyfflce   Phou* 1(9.     Bars 'PSoa* IS'
i Begbie Street.
���    H��sx*S��   unneiw    promptly    **
an;  part oi tie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���THAM  DEPOT.
<CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
CANADIAN
aACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets on sale June 18, 17, 21, 22,
27, 29, 80 ancl throughout July, August
ami September,
Dressmaking
Just received the latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blalr'B Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214  Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567
: B.C.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
'Toronto Express leaves   !):lo
.St. Paul, Kootenay &   Okanagan
train  leaves    14:85
Imperial Limited leaves 10:10 ] S44 Burrard St
St*ndard and tourist sleepers anl
observation compartment cars on all
trains.
For full particulars and ratC3 apply
to
II. W. BRODIE, E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
From John I) road wood & Sons, London, and Stelnway &. Son, London.
New Pianos  Selected  for Customers.
Vancouver, B. C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        G.900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also In
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
N'EW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.  <
These   excellent   connections
afford e*ery banking facility,
Sic* Weatmlnster Branch,
1.AWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Dally via Victoria
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, lfi, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m....Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and  Kates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H.  W.  RRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver.
inquest w
woman who I
losing somej
rubbers at biidge. It was stated that;
she was, as a rule, a first-rate player, ]
but that on the evening of her death
she played very badly and lo3t games
wljich she should have won easily.
This tragedy Is another example of
the unsultability of card games to the
feminine temperament. Many women
are admirable bridge players, as far
as mere skill and knowledge are concerned, but they are nearly all bad
losers. They are too emotional and
too easily upset by the outrageous
tricks that fortune so often plays.
This is really the reason why
hridge has lost its popularity and is
so rapidly falling out of fashion.
When the game was at the height of
its vogue its supporters were mainly
women. "Mixed" card clubs, clubs
where men and women could meet for
bridge, sprang up all over London.
But the women could not stand tho
strain. The game got on their nerves,
and the clubs from being pleasant
social gatherings degenerated into
nagging   and   hysterical    institutions.
There were no suicides, but many
minor tragedies in abundance.
At a big private dance given in
London recently there was a room set
specially apart by the hostess for
hridge, but it failed to attract a single player.
The reign of bridge is over.
NOT ALBERTA CENTRAL
BUT ALBERTA PACIFIC
New York, June 18.���James J. Hill,,
of  the Great Northern  railway, was
at his New York office today for the
the flrst time in six weeks, en route
to eastern Canada for a vacation.        j
Questioned about the story that he1
and associates had purchased the
charter of the Alberta railway, he
Bald: "I don't know where this road'
is." and he added that he wa3 not in
the habit of buying railroads which
he knew nothing about.
He denied though, that he was con-'
templating branching out his roads as
described in recent despatches.
DIFFICULTY TO FIND
SUITABLE  DIPLOMAT
Washington, June 18.���One reason
for the delay in announcing the appointment of an ambassador to Germany to succeed Dr. David Jayne
Hill is that the German emperor has
suggested that he did not care to receive in Berlin the man whom President Taft had selected for the post.
Some time ago the president made
up his mind regarding this appointment, and the German government
ijvas asked whether the selection
would be acceptable.
The greatest secrecy was maintained in the White House and state
department as to the identity of the
man selected by the president for the
post.
There have been many g-esses, and
each has met with a dental in official
quarters. There seems to have been
some anticipation on the part of the
government that there might be objections to the crvcy proposed, and
the greatest efforts were made to
keep the selection secret in order
that it might not be known upon
whom the disfavor of the kaiser fell.
South Westminster
The Splendid Demand
for this subdivision is warranted, the location of the property being right. Us near future annexation
to the prosperous City of New Westminster assured.   And the price of today is within reach of all.
Property in what is called Port Mann today, was, less than eighteen months ago, worth one-quarter per acre than a 33-foot lot is worth now, and what about Steel City and Coquitlam? If you are not
in the deal in these propositions, are you not just a little jealous of the man who was?
WW Port Mann, Steel City
anaCoquitlam nave been Soutn
Westminster will MORE tW le
for the location demands and the man who invests there now will surely  congratulate  himself   on  his
wise foresight. |
Remember the property is situated right on the Scott road, the main artery to the south. It is
close to the mighty Fraser, which will be the Mersey of B. C. Seventy-five per cent of that property
is in grain so get busy and buy.     The prices for the cleared and uncleared portions are all,the same.
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P. J. Richards, a Chicago jeweler, was
showing his son how to cast for bass,
the Muskegon police showed him how
game law violators are caught by
hauling him in Just as he hauled in a
nice black bass. Two deputies were
In the grove near Richards when he
caught the fiBh.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business 'Accounts   opened
on favorable teims.
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The following letter from Mr. Albert J, III1I, surveyor and civil engineer, New  Westminster, will corroborate our statements:
New Westminster, B.C., May 31st, 1911.
Rs Portion of Section 25, B 5 N, R 3. VV.
This propeity is situated in South Westminster, on the Scott road at
It3 Junction with the Westmlnster-Ladner road, ahout one half mile from
the Fraser river, with which, as well as with Brownsville and Annlevllle
It Is connected by excellent carriage roads. The Westminster-Chilliwack
Electrjo Railway passes within live minutes walk of the property and is
hero about one mile from the Westminster steel bridge across the Fraser
river. A splendid view is afforded of the City of New Westminster, tho
mountains of the Pitt and Indian rivers nnd the Fraser valley east' and
west, making It a choice and sightly suburban residence site and its position, while cutting city taxation in half, still ensures all the advantages
and comforts of actual urban life.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
Dimensions of Lots, lrnn}*gf> all16A60fceet-
 !   Depth, from 103 feet to 132 feet.
All facing on 66 foot streets and lanes at rear.
Prices from $375 to $550. Extra for corners.
Terms of Purchase will be arranged for the purchaser.
FOR SALE BY
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
650 Columbia Street, New Westminster, (above the Fair)        'Phone 832
SUB   AGENTS    WANTED
MBBBM 1
MONDAY, JUNE  19, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Unprecedented  Demand  For   35c   Shares   With  British
\xeific Coal.    Price Advances Tuesday, June 27, to 50c
For every 100 shares you own in The British Pacific
Coal Company, having acquired the same at 35c a share
���the present price, you find yourself with a profit of
$15 through the advance in price on the morning of
June 27th, the opening day of the sale of the next issue
at 50c a share
There is a big run on the stock, and the small block of 35c shares now remaining unsold in the hands
of the Trustee, T. R. Morrow, is being taken up with wonderful rapidity through reservation wires, sales in
office and mail orders.
It looks vary much like an oversubscribed issue. >   '   '
No time to delay if you desire to avail yourself of these shares at 35c, which are practically being
offered  to you  at one-half  their  value.
Several engineers who thoroughly inspected the property in person, state that it is one of the greatest coal properties in America.
Think of it, 36,000,000 tons in one Beam, and there are six seams in tlie property. It's anthracite coal
carrying 83 to 92 per cent, fixed carbon.
Coal from Vancouver Island and elsewhere on the Pacific Coast carries from 40 to 55 per cent, fixed
carbon.
This means that the coal frm the property of The British Pacific Coal Company will control the fuel
market of the Pacific Coast.
No need to wait for construction of railway.
Property fronts on salt water, and is but 80 miles from Prince Rupert and lies in the pathway of all
coasting steamers.
It costs no more to mine antharcite coal than bituminous.
Here's a chance to identify yourself with one of the
greatest industries on the North American Continent
���the mining of anthracite coal. Remember miners
are at work in the coal seams on the property.
It's the finest known quality of coal���anthracite.
It's the most profitable character of coal, requiring but one ton of anthracite to produce the same
heat values as two tons of bituminous, which carries 40 to 45 per cent, fixed carbon.
T. R. Morrow, Trustee, positively guarantees that the next issue will be placed on the market on the
morning of June 27, at 50c a share.    By buying now at 35c your profit is 15c on June 27th.
A subsequent issue will be offered at 75c or $1.00 the share, as soon as the 50c issue is absorbed a
few weeks hence.
No application received for less than 100 shares���10c per share with application, balance three e iual
instalments.
The Trustee reserves the light to refuse applications should the 35c Issue be already taken up by
Reservations or applications.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LAND8.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 551, comprising
the following lands ln the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price
of $2150.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, tbe 16th day of August next,
at the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 5D1, situate in
the Province of British Columbia, in
township 4, range 28, west of the 6th
Meridian, and comprising that portion
of the island in sections 13 and 24,
lying east of the Indian reserve, containing an area of 215 acres, more or
less.
A license will not be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the flrst
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to tho
undersigned, or to tbe Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. O. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of #ie Interior,
Ottawa, May 20, 1911.
CLAIMS SHE KILLED
TO SAVE HER HONOR
ENGLISH WOMEN IN SINGAPORE
CHARGED WITH MURDER OF
MINE MANAGER ��� PECULIAR
CIRCUMSTANCES OF CASE.
Rem mber, 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)
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be mate under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster dUt. let.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ins, Burt|u!tlam, B. C. rancher.
(b). The name of the la!<e, stream
or source (lf unnamed, the description is)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Buinaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
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Alleged Assault.
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and kissed her.    He turned   o.I the
electric light and would not let her
go.   She struggled and called for the
servants.   No one answered.   She tell
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A TAX ON CULTURE.
A circumstance which recently
came to our knowledge serves to call
attention to a hardship which is imposed upon musicians and lovers of
art in this country, and In fact upon
all persons of culture and taste. This
ls the impost of a heavy duty upon
musical Instruments and works of
art. So far as the former are particularly concerned it may be said of
course, with some truth, that there is
a gradually developing Industry in the
Dominion in the manufacture of musical instruments. In regard to pianofortes there is indeed a large and active industry, and the instruments of
some of the best known Canadian
factors have attained a world wide
reputation. But we have more particularly in mind the finer kind of
string and wiDd instruments, such as
violins, violoncellos, harps, flutes and
clarionet.
It is pretty well recognized that no
modern instrument, however cleverly
and finely constructed, can ever, in
any sense, equal in tonal quality the
violins   made   by   old   masters     like
Stradivarius, Amati and others. These
Instruments are really works of art,
apart altogether from the rare richness of their tone.    They are In fact
unique and cannot be duplicated.    To
tho thorough musician or connoisseur
tbey are almost indispensable, whilst
to our own  violin  makers tbey are
necessary as models of construction.
Unfortunately before any person can
possess one of these  unequalled  examples of tonal perfection he musr,
In addition to paying a very high purchase price, which may be anything
lrom  five hundred  to  ten thousand
dollars, also pay the import duty of
thirty per cent, which equals, approximately, one-third of the cost.      This
places Canadian lovers of music and
violin makers at a very serious dls- j
advantage as compared    with   their
more fortunate brethren ln the mother \
country, which of course Imposes no
tax  upon musical  instruments, either
new or old.
Now, too, Canadian musicians and
musical instrument makers are worse
off than their fellows in the United
Suites, for that government has recently placed antique works of art
including old violins, upon the free
list. This step is certainly a reasonable and sensible one. for Jt will
greatly facilitate the growth of culture and taste among the general community.
It cunnot he urged that any one
-would be haraod by the removal of
the existing Canadian duty, and as
very many, in fact tlie people generally would he benefitted, it would be a
���wise act to place these unique objects
of art and tone upon tho free list, as
our American brethren have clone.
The retention of the duty, now that
tbe Impost has been removed In the
United States, must prove to the dis-
advantuge of Canadian dealers In
high-class musical instruments.
Thut our high rate of duty also
tends to encourage dishonesty there
can be a little doubt. A student or
connoisseur who has the good fortune
to acquire a violin or harp by an old
master Is sorely templed lo adopt
means of transporting his precious
fJOSSeStion hither in such a way as
Jo evade the tax, which is regarded by
many as being both unjust and un-
necassary, On all grounds therefore,
the removal of the impost Is desirable. .      .^
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Vigo, Spain, June IX.���General Por-
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Sir William Lyne Says   Natural Tendency   and   Political   Gravity
Point   That   Way.
London, June 18.���Sir William
Lyne, of Australia, who was a colleague of Premier DeaKln, of Australia, at the last conference. Interviewed here, says that obviously tho
position of Canada side by side with
the L'nited States, which has a population of ninety millions, makes the
task of preventing tlie absorption of
one by the other of some difficulty.
What may be called natural tendency
is towards that absorption and the
political force of gravity is always
working to that end. To prevent such
absorption is a task for active and
sagacious statesmanship.
The speaker stated that he thought
Great Britain greatly to blame In tlie
matter. A hand had been held out
by tho dominions to the mother country and she had neglected to extend
a hand to them and so the Canadian
people were now inclined to look
elsewhere. Ile every much regretted
the attitude of Premier Laurier and
his government with regard to the
reciprocity treaty. "My feelings and
impressions," be continued "lead mo
to believe that such a move will be a
bad one as regards its effect on the
consolidation of the empire which Is
preg&able if not consolidated. The
movement taking place in Canada
wlll have the effect of weakening one
of the great supports of the empire."
SLEEPS SEVEN  WEEKS;
AWAKES TO SLEEP AGAIN
Vandalla, 111., June 18.--.\fter seven
weeks of slumber, from whicli she
could not be awakened, Hazel Schmidt opened her eyes yesterday,
gazed calmly about her ��uui ,*.-���,* A for
something to eat. The awakenii. '
was without visible effort ou her part,
and entirely without the administration of medical treatment, wbicb
had been abandoned many days ago
us being useless.
After eating an ordinary meal, Mis.!
\ Schmidt   again dropped  off to sleep,
having   been   awake  about   an    hour.
Again in the afternoon Miss Schmidt
' opened   her eyes  and   began   a con-
I venation   with  those about  her, just
as one  does after awakening from a
night   of   comfortable  sleep.    She  remained   awake  aboul    an  hour   and
again   fell asleep.
Miss Schmidt, Is the daughter of
Alderman George Schmidt. In physique and mental character she bas til-
ways been normal until seven weeks
ago, when she suddenly told her
mother that she was going into i
trance. Shortly after this statement
Miss Schmidt fell asleep. For hours
the members of the family attempted
to awaken her, but. without success.
Physicians were then called In, but
tlieir ministrations were equally futile.
"sentence" was Imposed by the Judge
when the case was laid before hlm ln
the Juvenile court, on the theory that
the proper view of a ball game would
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MONDAY, JUNE   19, 1911.
THE DAILV NEWS.
P/.OE mra.
Salmon Bellies Triumph
In Fourth Game Of Season
(Continued from Page One.)
'or ten minutes, the most severe
penalty of the match and this sentence was added to by the word*,
"make that tab for the remainder of
the game," from Referee Barr. Owing to the mass players who were
engaged ln some concerted movement on the opposite side of the Held
it ls guess-work to try and get at the
cause of Jimmy's dismissal, but from
the actions of the players there must
have been a hot time between the
coterie of opponents. Carter followed
Gifford, the Vancouver man's suspension being but five minutes.
Godfrey ylayed dirtily on Tom Rennie and was rightly given the temporary possession of a brass disc.
The straw which broke the
camel's back so far as the feelings of
the home crowd was concerned, was
when Johnny Howard was sent oft
for what was by Independent spectators agreed to be an absolutely fair
check. The game then had three
minutes to go. No scoring took place
in this quarter and the final whistle
blew with the world's champions
winners by flve goals to four.
The game was marreil throughout
by the seeming gross impartiality of
the re'eree, Matt Harr.
The referee must always be upheld, und The News has always upheld mat otTlcial, but after Saturday's
game it is impossible.
On May i'l when New Westminster
weie playing Vancouver and Barr was
referee, Adamson got a blow on the
head from the stick of Sandy Gray.
Adamson was well within the goal
mo ah. Harr handed" out the savage penalty of "the rest of the game"
(roughly 37 minutes) to Gray. Adam-
eon was not really hurt. On Saturday last Godfrey knocked Tom Rennie senseless, and he was unconscious
lor ten minutes, For this Jodfrey
got five minutes. Ten minutes be-
lore tlie end of the last quarter It
seemed nothing but a procession of
We.-tmintser defence men to the
bench, and with Tommy Gifford off tor
ten minutes (why he should have
been singled out for a check twice the
she oi anyone else the Lord only
knows especially ln face of Godfrey's start) and Johnny iloward
given five minutes coupled with
Jimmy Gifford for using laiiguage to
Ihe referee when the referee had no
husiness to call bim down, it seemed
as if the very heavens were crying
out for Westminster to be beaten.
It is not to be supposed that .Matt.
Barr will ever referee a game again
in Westminster, it ls not fair to ask
him, he has been a life long connection with Vancouver, he is an old
player of Vancouver, and no one
should be called upon to referee a
game who bas played with either
team, and the sooner outsiders take
charge of the whistle, the better for
all concerned.
The fracture of Alec. Turnbull's
ribs, without a check being handed
out to the man who caused it, has not
been forgo'ten, the more than savage penalty to the WestmlnUer goalkeeper on May 21 and the childish
punlbhment ot Godfrey on Saturday
point tlieir own moral.
There were men on the Vancouvdl-
team,  who had  Harr done his duty,
ahoul'd h��ve been ��rdere(1 off n��t for
tive or  even  ten    minutes,    but  for
kvpi\Um   penalties     The  way Grumpy
Spring was treated time alter time by
hia heavier epponents, was more thau
sickening, t<. every spectator, bo ho
Vancouver or Westminster, but not an
elTorl   was  made to stop lt.
lint on.-j more, although It Is reiteration, \Vestmlnster won, won
handsomely plucklly and against the
greatest odds any team ever had to
contend wl'..! on this continent or any
other.
Goal Summary.
First Quarter-���.
1. Westminster���Feeney (5 minutes, 35 seconds).
2. Westminster���Gordon Spring, (3
minutes 30 seconds).
ii. Vancouver���Fitzgerald tS minutes 5 seconds).
1.    Westminster���Hen   Turnbull,   tl
nninute).
Second Quarter���
5. Vancouver���Allen, (7 minutes
:!5 seconds).
t;.    Vancouver���West,   (1   miuute).
7. Vancouver���Lalonde, (8 minutes. )
Third Quarter���
y.    Westminster���Gordon Spring  (.1
minutes 21  BOCOndl),
*,. Westminster--Cliff Spring, (10
minutes  31   seconds).
Fourth Quarter--No score.
Penalties.
First (tunner-Griffiths (Vancouvei)
ti minutes; T6mGiftord (Westminster!
r. minutes; Georgo Rennle (Westminster I  5 minutes.
Second uiiurtor-AUen (Vancouvei),
b minutes. _,.���    .
Third     quarter���Jimmy     Gilford
^Westminster) 5 minutes; Adamson j
(Vancouver) & minutes; (..rllftths
(Vancouver) 5 minutes; Gordon
timing (Westminster) 5 minutes
Fourth quarter-Tom Rennle Westminster) r. minutes; Jimmy Gifford
(Westmlnlser) remainder ol game (11
minutes); Carter (Vancouver) 6 minute- Godfrev (Vancouver) f> minutes,
Johnny Howard (Westminster) remainder of game (3 minutes).
The Teams.
Westminster        Goal Vancouver
Sandy   Gray       Clarke
Tolnt.
Tom  GlfTord       Griffiths
Covert  Point.
Jimmy   Gifford   .'    Pickering
" , First Defence.
Johnny   Howard       IonB
Second Defence.
.Georuc  Rennle       Godfrey
Third  Defence.
Tom  Itennie       Matheson
Centre.
Cliff  Spring       West
Third Homo. I
Hill Turnbull      Fitzgerald
Second Home.
Pun!; Wintemute   Lalonde
First  Home.
Pat  Feeney     Carter
Outside Home.
Len Turnbull     Adamson
Inside Home.
Gordon   Spring       Allen
Referee. IC B. Barr (Vancouver).
Timekeepers,   Fred   Lynch    (Westminster), and B. F. Armstrong, (Van-
I couver).
Penalty timekeepers, II. C. Major,
; (Westminster), and C. Young (Van-
| couver).
Goal umpires, Jack Bryson. (West-
i minster), and Weldy Clarke (Vancou-
I ver).
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Extension
Dining Tables
A shipment of Dining Tables which we would not
accept at regular prices has been offered to us at
greatly reduced prices. We offer you this rare chance
to get a Dining Table at a very low price���the lowest
ever quoted in this city. They come in Golden and
Early English finish.
Dining Table 40 inch top, extends
to 6 ft., regular price $9.00, for $5.95
The same style with 8 ft. extension,
regular price $10.00, for $6.65
Golden Finish Table 44 inch top,
extends to 6 ft., regular price $12.50,
for $8.95
8 ft. extension, regular value $13.50
for $9.40
44 inch square top table, extends
to 8 ft., golden finish, regular price
$12.50, for $8.95
Pedestal extension table Golden
and Early English finish, 44 inch,
round   top,  regular   value $12.50,
for $8.95
This is the cheapest pedestal table
ever offered the public.
Early English Table, square legs,
round top 44 inches in diameter, extends to 8 ft., regular price $13.50,
for $9.40
Ticket No. 4385 won the drawing
for $25.00 worth of Furniture. A
ticket with every dollar purchase.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
WE SELL EOR LESS
Phone 829. 401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
STRIKE
Owing to a strike at the Carpet Factory, we have only just received 24
bales of Carpet Squares that should have been here early m spring.
Rather than carry this immense stock over we have decided to clear these new
The shipment comprises Wiltons, Axminsters, Brussels, Velvets and
Tapestry Squares,, of all sizes and the newest designs.
The Wiltons are exceptionally fine, some of the designs are prize patterns from the Franco-British Exhibition in London, Eng.
In order that you may see exactly what kind of a bargain you are getting
we are giving off every square in the store, till the end of the month, a
15 Per Cent. Discount for Spot Cash;
5 Per Cent. Discount for Credit Customers.
It means that you can buy a
$35.00 Wilton Square for $29.75
$32.50 Axminster Square for $27.65
$25.00 Brussels Square for $21 25
$16.50 Tapestry Square for $14.00
$8.50 Tapestry Square for $7.25
These Squares were bought direct foom the factory at the very lowest
prices obtainable and our special discount offers you an exceptional opportunity
of getting a first class carpet square at an extremely low price.
These Bargains Are Absolutely Genuine
Denny & Ross
43-45-47 Sixth St. New Westminster.
WE TREAT YOU RIGHT.
ON MORTGAGES
Agneeim^
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
7Ae 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
1
New Westminster City Property is the Best
Investment-Look Over These Snaps :
Alberta Btreet, new tour-room cottage, lot cleared and fenced. Price
only $1460 and $260 casta handles thla.
Sixth Btreet, new modern seven-roomed house.    Price t3500, terms
to arrange.
Sixth avenue, new five-roomed cottage, nicely finished, on large
cleared lot.   Price $3000, terms to arrange.
Deslable building site, lot on Fourth street between Third and
Fourth avenue. Price $1600; one-half cash, balance to arrange.
Cleared lot. Ovens avenue, 60x120, near car line and in rapid growing locality. Price $685. One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
McQuarrie Bros.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    CITY SPECIALISTS.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia street.
To Builders or Investors
Good Lot on Third street $1500;
1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929. Room 16, Collister Block.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and up
Chamberlin     JCX^CR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.C. R'y
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THE DAILY   NEWb.
MONDAY, JUNE  19, 1911.
IMBDSUSI IN MTOWHt COWBf ERtfflG
Candidates Wlio Keep After   Votes   Every   Day  Will   Be
Among "Winners August 5���Cut tke Coupons From This
Issue of Tke News and Send Tkem to Tke Contest
Manager���Votes are Free.
Entire City and Outside District Interested.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Miss Edith Laird, 90 Fourth St... 1000  Miss G. Corrigan, 122 Royal Ave. 1000
Miss Ruth Wintemute,
Georges  St	
410 St.
1000
Mrs. Winnie Tait, 20
St	
Columbia
1700!
Miss Winnie Keary, 72 First St..1000  Miss Efalyn Cunningham   8680j
Miss    Katherine    Peebles,    410 'Miss C.  Boule     1000
Third  St 1000   ��� _   _. x ,,,���
'     .    ��� ������.   _ Mrs. K. Thompson  1140
Miss Marie Morrow, 321 Queens i **"' ���
Ave 1000 i 	
Miss    Lillian     Jenkins,
503
District Xo. 3���All territory covered
Fourth   Ave   1000   bv the  Daily and  Weekly  News out
Miss  Ruby  Fletcher,  117  Third 1 8>de the city llmlt8 of New Weetmin-
   1300   Bter-
Ladner     1060
ster.
Miss Pearl Briee,
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jew elry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From lhe Westminster Modern Business School.
Ave.
Miss    Ruth    Robinson,    Queens
Park    1420  Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley   1000
Miss Rogers, 227 Third St 1000  Mrs. J. C. Kidd, Milner    1170
Jennie Bryson, 225 Fourth Ave. 1000
Miss Daisy Dawe, Fourth St. and
Quens Ave 1100
MisB Kathleen Welsh, 3.25 Sherbrooke St., Sapperton   1000
Miss Naomi  Rolph,    221    Third
St 1000
Miss Adele Bilodeau, 214 Carnar
Mrs. G.  W. Sterling, Le  Roche
Landing        1150
Mrs. Rawilnson, Langley    1000
Mrs. F. E. Hen ing. Fords Land-
intt     1230
r.lBB Btjwart, Fraser Mills  1500
Miss Florence Lord, Laduer  1000
Miss Blanch Page, Chilliwack ..
Mtss Kathleen McBride, Port
Gulchon	
Miss Katie Neilson, South Vancouver   	
Miss Annie Hambrook, South
Vtncouver   	
Miss I'.osy Philcox, Mission  ...
Christie McGregor, Ladner   ....
Miss Myrtle Larter, Chilliwack.
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Lander..
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner 	
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner ..
Miss Emma Chiddell, Ladner ..
i Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner.
Miss Olive Alexander. Sunbury.
Miss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury..
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner	
Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island
Miss G.  Dove, North Vancouver
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver   	
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills	
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver
von   St 1340 Miss Ruby Kirkland,  Ladner... 1200 j Mrs. E. VV. Money, Burquitlam..
1000
iooa
1000
1200
1000
1000
1000
1130
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1060
1000
1000
107O
1000
1000
1000
1000
Specifications of the $1,750.00 McLaughlin-Buick Five-
An unprecedented interest is devel- The  Prizes.
opm giu tne gieat Daily ;\ews couiest, ,
not ouly among the candidates and Eleven In all. Two grand prizes and
their triends, but on the part of the nine district prizes will be divided
general public; not only in the city into the three districts as follows:
oi .vew Westminster, but the country,     Th(J candldate receiving the great-
and towns for miles around, and be-     , .      . .,
tore tne contest is over this interest est number of votes m the three dls-
will have reached fever heat. j tricts combined will be awarded the
Everyone of the contestants should  $1750 McLaughlin Buick touring car,
enlist the interest and aid of he:
friends and acquaintances, and nothing is so sure as that 'his inteiest will
spread until everyone for miles
around is boosting tor a favorite.
The candidate receiving the most
votes in the remaining three dist iets
will be awarded the W00 piano. This
piano   was   purchased   from   the   Co-
Never was there greater incentive  lumbia piano house and is on display
, for efiort than the splendid prizes of-  at tbeir store, the Walker block, 425
tered by the Daily News to the young Columbla street
ladies who setae voles and subscrip
tions.
Nominations Still Coming In.
The candidates getting the greatest
number of votes after the winners of
Do not hesitate a day longer, but  the grand prizes will be given their
place your name    in    nonmiation at ��� choice of the district prizes.
once and let your friends know that
you are in the race to win, and they
will be glad of an opportunity to help
you win the automobile. The prizes
are worth working for, and anyone of
them is yours if you plan your campaign right. Votes are free, and it is
a pleasure to ask a friend to subscribe
to a paper like the Daily News, as it
is by long odds the best newspaper in
this section.
A good candidate can accomplish
wonders in the next seven weeks. Is
a 1750 passenger auto worth working
for?    A |500  Warm with piano would
The Nine District Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from
the Westminster Modern Business college. They are good for eight months
tuition and worth $96 each.
Three handsome furniture sets
worth $75 each purchased from Galloway & Lewis and can be seen at their
store, coiner Fourth and Columbia
streets.
Three beautiful solid UV. gold
watches worth $40 each, purchased
from and on display at T. Gifford's
Jewelry store on Columbia street.
I ��� furnished by the   contest   de-
I ��� partment.
��� No   statement   or   promise
��� made by any    solicitor,    cau-
��� vasser or agent varying from
��� the rules as set forth will be
��� recognized by the Daily News.
��� All coupons must be neatly
��� trimmed and fastened together
��� before sending them to this de-
��� partment or dropping them in
��� the ballot box or they will be
��� rejected.
��� No employee or member of
��� employee's family of the Daily
��� News can enter this contest.
��� All questions that may arise
��� will be determined by the con-
��� test manager and his decision
��� will be final.
��� All money paid to the   con-
��� testants on subscriptions must
��� be sent direct   to   the contest
��� manager.    We  will    acknowl-
��� edge receipt of all remittances
��� and special ballots will be   issued and forwarded to the can-
���Passenger Fore Door Touring Car which will be Given
���|
��� Away as First Grand Prize by The News :
grace your home and you can win one <���������������������������������������������������
if you start in the race determined I **
to do your best. A $!>ti scholarship l*y
is not to be turned low, neither is +
a $75 furniture set or a  $40 ladies'  *y
THE CONDITIONS.
Any    woman,    married    or
single, is eligible    to compete
providing the    conditions    set
forth below are complied with.
Candidate must reside in the
district in which they are
competing. No candidate will
be allowed to transfer votes to
another #after receiving them
for herself.
Every candidate must be
regularly nominated on blanks
printed in the Dally and Weekly    News   or   a   Similar blank
didate.
Contestants who live in one
district are not prevented from
securing votes or subscriptions
in any other locality as votes
are allowed on any paid or
prepaid subscription. If an
order for a subscription is sent
in with the money votes will
be issued in favor of any contestant that the writer may
designate and be returned to
the subscriber or mal ed to the
Body���Very   carefully   designed   for Springs���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear,   Carburetor���"Schebler" automatic.
comfort and beauty of outline
Extra large doors easy of access.
Seats���Five passengers
semi-Elliptic on ft ont.
Frame���Pressed    steel,
drop.
3%    Inches
Hand-buffed  leather; , Horse Power���26.
Upholstering
easy    spring    backs    and    spring
cushions.
Wheel Base���106 inches.
gold watch.
Easiest Way to Win.
The easiest way to win is to ask
your  friends  to pay  either  subscriptions in advance and have the vote^i
credited to your favor.      Even if one'
is already taking the paper, that need '
not prevent his taking a subscription
for you.    The time for which one re-1
news  will   be   added   to  the   present
subscription.
Call on or write tbe Dally News tor 11  ���
a receipt book before Betting out oni �� w . . f  W I*
your campaign.    It will simplify mat \ [S017linCltlOnS  Ol   LtUCLieS
ters for you. and you will be able to!
��how your friends just what you will
���gain  by   their  subscriptions.
Unpaid   Subscriot'tonc  Count.
All  subscribers to  the  Dally   News
���who are in arrears on their subscription   account,  and   who  settle   same.
+ ��� candidate if desired. In no case
will any change be made that
is not of equal fairness to all
candidates.
The News reserves the right
to make any changes of additions to the above conditions
that may be deemed necessary
in the interest of the contestants.
In accepting nominations all
candidates must accept and
agree to the above conditions.
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expanding;   also  external  contracting.
Pries���$1750, including oil    tall    and  side lamps, two gas    head    lamps, horn, wheel jack, pump and
tool equipment, robe rail, rail in   tonneau, half length foot rail in front.   Top and glass front.
��� j Gauge���GG inches.
���; Tires���3%x32 quick detachable.
��� Brakes���Two on rear   hub,   internal
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II
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Cylinders���Four with valves in head,
4x4 inches.
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water, cent.ifugal pump an J
fan.
Ignition���Jump spar'*.
Current   Supply���"Splitdorf"   Magnvto
and dry cells.
Lubrication���Splash system, gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically.
Motor Control���Ou top or steering
wheel.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Utonze
hardened sleel plates.
Drive���Shaft.
Color���Cherry Red.
and
For Big Automobile Contest
Nominations for the big automobile, Mrs. W.  E. Fales, 67  McKenzie
contest    are    published    below,   and' St  2700
are entitled to votes according to the'g;low  (he growing    interest    in  thelMiss   Ethel   Ennls,   811   Royal
schedule.    When  you  pay  your  sub-j competition    �����-���-*' *���* ���-  -*������*��� Ave 100��
Boriptlon   be  sure    you    receive tho
votes to which you are entitled.
2nd Grand Prize-the
$500 Wormwith Piano
THAT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE NEWS IS ONE OF THE
BEST MADE IN CANADA AND IS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY THE CO-
LUMBIA PIANO HOUSE IS NOW ON DISPLAY AT THEIR STORE, 425
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Look them through, and.
| see if you cannot    add    that    of    a  Miss Helen shaw- 214 Mowat St 2640
1 friend.                                                       I Mrs-  E'  Sterling,  612  Brantford 1400
  Mrs.   Thompson     1100
District No. 1���All territory west Ot Violet   McGrlffin,   208   Eleventh
bt.     11(0
possible- east_slde of Sixth street, within New   MlBB 01ive Archibald. 532 Sixth 1050
subscriber, today may suit  tho   per- Westminster cltv limits. Mrs. R. Collie, 1015 st Andrews 1020
son   who   I';   running  you   hardest  iu | Votes 	
the race,    lt is more than tiresome toi \iiBB  Fiw-ihMVi   rw   At>o  t.-trriith
be told:     "1   would  have  given  you  M     street ��r '    "  mUh ,,J     Di8t'ict No. 2-A11 territory east of
my subscription if you had only s?ok-1      " 'j weat side of Sixth stieet, including
en yesterday."    This must of   cou se   Mrs, J, B. Insley, Clarkson St. ..  2750, Sapperton.
Dc'ay   Is   Dangerous.
Vou must never forget that though
tomorrow would suit you just as well I
or better than today to se
happen now and then to the most ac-jMiss Ethel Buckland, 608 Queens
tive candidate ���no one can bq every-1 Avenue
where at our.--but if n  happens to j Miss Brooks, Thirteenth Street..
���you more often than to others you ��... ,..,���.  , r,,,,-,    ,.,,  . ,  ���.
,    ,,     , ,r    1   . .Miss Eunice Pride, 121 Ash st...
should risk yourself wpat Is wrong. '
No  Limit to Your  Field. j Miss   R.   Smith,   Fourteenth   St.
There   is practically   no   limit   to:        and sixth  Ave   	
your fleld of effort.   Kvery dtstriet Is I Miss  Prances  Cunningham, 7:7
open to till candidates   of the other Third Ave	
district    to solicit  subscriptions and  yw^ \u\,\*d Qraham
1160
1000
1000
looo
1000
1160
1000
1000
1:
mote than this, the Dally News will bo    '"	
sent by mall to any plase In the Unl- Miss Rita Gilley, 115 Elghtb St..
ted States for the same price that it! Miss May Kitson, 52 sixth St.
ls delivered in New Westminster,       MlM Lftura lavery, eog Carn,(|.
Gel  In  touch  with your   acquaint- Von  81
ance everywhere.   Vou   win be suv-  ,,,     ,, ���.,
prised by th- response you will r- MlM ! om'l'1' ,',i,|v' c��raer T"",h
oelve from some of those   who once Btl aml ,,0"rl!l Ave   l00��
lived heir- and now long 1 r news of Ml*" In'""' Elckhoff, 725 Carnar-
the old home. vo" Sl 1000
Be   a   Winner. \ Miss  Mary   Eastman,   Elghtb  Bt
If you will follow our advice and and Queens Ave  1150
suggestions us published In the Daily|Miss Mary Antoine    Eighth Rt
News, you will win a prize in spite ol and Fourth Ave  1000
yourself.    We want to he'p vou to do   ��.i���.   ,  ��� ,.,,    .   ,     '
so by even- means in our power.   To   M,as JohnBon' M1  Ash st WOO
this  end   we   pti'ilish   daily    informa-   MlBa Bangster, 422 Sixth St.  ...  1000
tion  and   suggestions   which    are   of   MlBS  Anna  Russell, 509  Holland
great value. Do not [-.'. 11 to res I tliem
Whoever wins the automobile is going to be happy in the possession of it
for many years to come. In fact, the
happy winner of any of the 11 prizes
Will be more than rewarded for tho effort  made.
We are interested In you and want
you to be interested In the Dally
News.
The District.
In order to give every candidate
an P'|ual chance to become the possessor of one of these valuable prizes
Ihe territory has been divided Into
three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of
east side of Sixth street, within New
Westminster city limits.
District No. 2- All territorv east of
west side of Sixth street, including
Sapperton. 1
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Daily and Weekly News ott-
eide the city limits of New Westminster. ' rrr-..T,-:
St.
1000
Miss Gertie Burr, St. George and
Fourth st  1000
Miss    Sinclair,   Third    St.   and
Third Ave   1000
Miss Vesta Bent, 609 Fourth St. 1000
Miss    iiosana    Beveridge,    230
Third Ave  1000
Miss Florence McLeod, 240 Third
St    1050
Miss, Jean Blnnie, Third St.   and
Queens  Ave    1000
Miss  Irene  Schaake,    Third   St.
an I  Queen's  Ave   2110
Miss Bell Hood, 613 Queens Ave. 1650
.Miss Ethel Brown, 220 Hartco
St 1000
Miss M. Elley, 226 Third St. ... 1000
Miss  Helen ('.  Day, 208  Regina
St   1200
Mrs. PolngdeBtre, 39 Albert Crescent    I960
Miss  Genevieve  Drlscoll,    402
First St 1000
Miss Katie Muir, 421 Agnes St...1000
Miss Hazel Kenny, 417    Second
St.   !    1000
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St.  George      1340
The News Will Give
Three Scholarships, free
IN THE
WESTMINSTER   MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Columbia  Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
This Modern Business School asks
your candid consideration of the excellent advantages afforded by the
institution to acquire B substantial
foundation for success in life. It ls
well equipped, thoroughly organized,
honestly conducted Business School.
progressive and modern in Its methods, and thoroughly up-to-date ani
complete in its equipment.
These are for eight months' tuition,
and are worth |96.00 each. Some
lucky candidates will win them.
The Three Hand ome
Solid Gold Watches
Will also be given away by the News, one of them for each of tho three
lists. They were purchased from T. Gifford, Westminster's most reliable
jeweler, and can be seen at his store, Columbia street.
The Three $75.00 Furniture Sets
that The News will Give Away
Were purchased from GALLOWAY .**. LEWIS, Westminsters nrogresslve
furniture dealers, and they can be seen at their store, 401-403 Columbia
Street, corner Fourth street.
Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care of The Daily News, 'Phone, L 22 MONDAY,  JUNE   19, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
-*
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Johnson, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
et a post planted at the southeast side
of the south end of Head Island anl
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 37502
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Beit Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
���COAST LAND DISTRICT���District cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, tlience north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, theuce south GO
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Cove
Indian reserve, tlience west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Uert Warren, Agent.
Dated April Oth, 1911.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New  Westmin-, -���*-**   . . **
ster, B.  C.���Take notice that  Harry! Re the east half of suburban lot 55.
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation!      hlock 5  (except the roadway), In
Broker, intends to apply for permis-j      the City of New Westminster,
sion to purchase the following    des-'    Whereas proof of the  loss of eet-
crlbed  lands:                                             j tiflcate of title number 3352A, issuel
Commencing at a post planted at a in the name of Mary BL Williams, has
point on the westerly shore of Green I been filed in this ofTice.
lake,  which  point  is    situate    about j     Notice is hereby given that I sha'.l.
sixty  (60) chains south-westerly from i at the expiration of one month from
the northerly end of the said Green  the date ��f the lirst publication bere-
lake, thence  west  40  chains, thence i0'- hi a daily newspaper jniblished in
south 40 chains, tlience east 40 chains! 'he City of New Westminster, issue a
more  or '.ess  to  the  shore of Green  duplicate of the said certlflcate, unless
lake,  thence  northerly  following  the;"1   tbe  meantime  valld   objection  be
shore of Grcn lake to the point    ofjmade to me in wprlt'ngfCp,,TH
commencement, containing one    nun-;                  _, , , ,.;,,��. ���,.,
dred and sixty  (160)  acres more or      ,      .  _ D Bt,rlct *��***** ���C3-
,                                                                    I    Land  Registry   Office,   New  West-
e8S-                            HARRY TINN      j minster,  B.C.,  May 13,  1911.
Thomas Greer
Dated  April  22,  1911.
Agent.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,   Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married  woman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   landB:     Commencing  at  a
post planted at the southeast corner
of  W.   1'.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence    south    40
chains to point    of    commencement,
���containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA  DICK,
Bert  Warren, Ajent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District Cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpenter, intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the fol.owing
described lands:    Commencing at   ��������
post  planted 10 chains north of  the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thenco
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
60 cliains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 13th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to imply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of tho Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and mai ked Nortli
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence eist
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John   Greer, Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
NOTICE  TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
of <iamiuistration tu the estate of
Elizabeth .Ann Scott deceased intestate, late of Westminster Junction,
were granted by the Supreme Couit
of British Columbia iu probate io
John Reece Scott and Lol t us Robert:
Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all persons having any claims or demands
against the said Elizabeth Ann Scott
who died at the City of New Westminster on the 2nd March, 1911, ara
icqiiired on or before the lst day of
July,  1911,  to send  by
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.
AND
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender   for   construction   o!
IMM-OHt W
Of FAMOUS LEGION
-_ -- --- a-a^saos..   UV11U11 Oi
Nelson, B. C. Rifle Range" and   ad-
or to deliver to the B-JEXSBSSSLMS __tTASSS^&
ors of the said John Reece Scott and ! tawa. will be received unUl?__t.' ?n
Loftus   Robert  Scott,   administrators,   15th June, To    the const uc�����'
ther names and addresses, and Ml Rifle Range at Nelson   B  r a
particulars in writing of their claims,! ' B' C'
and statement of their accounts veri-
SURVIVORS WILL ATTEND JUBILEE IN ROME RECALL8 CRUSADE FROM ENGLAND HALF A
CENTURY AGO ON ROMANTIC
quE8T- _ 'immimm
fled by statutory declaration, and the ! ���een a��<l full information obtained Tf t0 Kome this month to loin in the
nature^ the securities, if any, ^\_t^*^^OmtJt��\^^,^ *�� unity and inUenaence"
tnrln    u    r*     *u_   ^, *  *L  "Ic-
by them.
| NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
I TRICT���District of New Westmln-
I ster.-Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one miie east of T. L. 3^454, and two
miles    fiom    Haslam   Lake,   thenco
south 80 chains, thence west 80\.%.. i. ~V~~. "' -������*������* ****=j D"a" ��� comnanloH t.*, -_ *~~\������: "���*"* BU"
chains, thenco north 80 chains, thence i VT *ave had notIce' ���* the said fcSSSS,^.- ac��e?ted che(lue ����
east 80 chains to point of commence ^ *����� ?��>�� <"><* Lo��ua Robert I "e2"of %atount^f ^ t0J 10 Per
ment and containing 640 acres more ffi factaInistrators, will not be' %$�� to the <S A?J?" oDder' pay"
nr la.. i liable for any debts or liabilities of j the m,**!**       * ...   the  Hon<>urable
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott of whichI SL^H^ .0t 5,llt,a an<l Defence
they shall not   have    then received
notice.
London,  June   18.���The   announce-
_. , ���ent iB made that the survivors   of
Pians  and   specifications   may   be GarIbaldl's English legion are   going
And take notice that after the 1st lorla- B- C., the Director of Engineer
day of July, 1911, the said John Reece' Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
Scott and Loftus Robert Scott will | ""�� 0ff��cer Commanding 102nd R��,
proceed   to  distribute  the  assets  of  Nelson, B. C. gt'
the said deceased among the persons I    T��,n^��,
entitled  thereto,  having  regard only I Bnil^:ersK m""t be made on the form
to  the   claims  of   which   they  fflSKSLft*? DePartmeut and ae
or less.
May
1911.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District, o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
40 cliains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, tbence south
40 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 acres.
, CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
| Boone Kerlin, Agent
Date:?   April   16th,  1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
(described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chalnB, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April lfith, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted southeast corner of
T. L. 31792, thence north 80 chains,
thonce east 80 chains, thence south 10
chains to lake shore, thence following lake shore in southwesterly direction to point of commencement, con-
taining 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Const���Take notice that I, Hannah
Buehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation spinster, intends to upply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of T, L. 21792, thence west SO chains,
thenee south So chains, thence cast
80 chains, thenco north 80 chains to
polni of commencement, containing
640 acies more or less.
HANNA  BUEHLER.
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated  April 16th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coaet���Take  notice  that  I,  James
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occupation  broker,    intends    to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:  Commencing  at   n  post  lilanted  at the  northwest   corner of the Green  Point  Indian  reserve, thonce weBt 4(1 chulns,
thenco" north  80 chains, thence  eis!
40 chains, thenco    south 80   chains,
containing 320 acres more or Iofs.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER.
Boone Ke:lin, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
Take notice that an application has
been  made   to  register   Edwin  John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed   from   Edward,
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, to
Edwin John  Bond, bearing date  the.
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of all I
and   singular   that   certain   parcel   or J
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in tbe Province of Brii-'
ish     Columbia,     more     particularly I
known and described as Lot 59, sub !
division of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title Is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and In default of
a caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or iu
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land, and I shall register Edwin John Bond as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby order that publlca
tlon of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published in New
Westminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province ot British Columbia, this 8th day ot May,
A. D. 1911.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
Joshua Davies Estate.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District OiJ New Westni.n-
ster.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32154,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement and containing C40
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
Dated this 5th day of June, 1911.
WADE,    WHEALLER,   McQUARRlE
& MARTIN,
Solicitors  for John Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will be received at this office,
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
 .*.* ���uu ueience.
which amount will be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete it ln accordance with the tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia   and De-,
fense.
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
.   ���..*..     .ar    ar *. **J* n     UU      X UtjaUit V,     Uie     IS'.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-1 of August, for a section of about 185
TRICT���District of New  Westmin-  miles  from  Pas  Mission  to  Thicket
ster.-Take notice that I. R. B. Fran- i Portage.
eis, of Vancouver, occupation mer-1 Plans, specifications and form of
chant, intend to apply for permission j contract to be entered into can be
to purchase the following described seen on and after Wednesday, May
lnnrta- ' 31, at the office of the Chief Engineer
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to 60 inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south half   of   section    18
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued  to
Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
of June, 1911, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH, i
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry   Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
tho crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance in fee from Farquhar McRae to Benjamin Ste\enson
tc) 15th August. 1001. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in foe under power of sale
contained In mortgage.
Id) 21st March, 1002. Conveyance
In fee from J. D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
"^
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3tf  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
1
I     Tenth   8t.,   New  Westminster.
i
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re north half of lot 34, bio k "11," subdivision   of   lot   80,    group    2,    st
Boundary   Bny,  map 712, ln  the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title numher 9-I10F, Issued
In the name or   Arthur   de   Brissao
Owen, has been flled ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given tbat I shall
nt the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst pnbllca'lon hereof. In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue n
duplicate of the snld cortllcate, unless
In the meantime valid objection bo
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,    New Westminster, B. 0., May 9, 1011,
lands: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, tbence west 8 0 chains,
tbence north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan  O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
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
purchase the following described
lands:
I of    the    Department    of    Railways
| and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
; of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
Bay   Railway,   Winnipeg,   at   which
places forms of  tender may  be obtained.
Parties tendering will be required
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or to be prepared by the Department of Labor, which schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors are requested to bear
in mind, that tenders wil] not be considered unless made strictly in accordance with the printed forms, and
of Italy. Twenty-one old men are
left of the 674 volunteers who sailed
from Harwich Just half a century ago.
The English legion did not do great
things, but it was on fire with a great
spirit. "Cook's son, duke s son," was
literally said of the legion's composition. Social distinction did not exist in it.
Distinguished Men.
Evelyn Ashley, nephew of the
prime minister, Lord Palmerston, was
a volunteer, and so were young men
from the counter and carpenter's
bench. Lord St. Maur, who enlisted
as "Captain Sarsfleld," was the son of
the Duke of Somerset, flrst lord of
the admiralty at the time.
Official approval of the crusade was
impossible, for Great Britain was hot
at war with King Bomba. Notices
appeared in the newspapers about "a
party of young gentlemen about to
visit Italy," and it was added: "As
the country is much disturbed it will
... -- -> --"��� | be well for them to take firearms."
(Newspapers will not be paid it; when Evelyn Ashley applied to his
they insert this advertisement with- uncle for permission to join, Palmer-
out authority from the Department). ! st0n cut him short with the  remark
that there would be no difficulty
about letting him go to Italy "for a
little shooting.' The truth was perfectly well known, and the legion was
regularity drilled in London before it
sailed.
Legion Too Late.
The legion arlrved too late to see
very much fighting.   The reason was
that its departure was delayed from
���*.������.i ���    .      r. uii ~'*y*'\,"I,' ""�� vu"'f some cause which has never been ex-
k^"0"0.? ��l a Publlc BuildinS- Cran"! plained.   Jessie White Mario, in her
notes to Garibaldi's autobiography,
says that "if the legion did little
credit to the English name, it was not
the fault of the Englishmen who
came to fight for Italy and freedom,
nor of the organizing committee ln
London, but of the scamp who, under
false colors and a false name, betrayed the cause of the legion." It
would be interesting to know moro
about the mysterious "scamp."
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m.,
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the con-
brook, B. I ^^^^^^^^^^^^m
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offices of Mr. Wm.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tbe printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation and piace of
residence of each member of the flrm
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
in the case of firms, unless there are, ---  ��������� ���- ������wminuiw
attached   the   actual   signature,    the  uy an accePtfd ctteqw on a chartered
nature of the occupation, and  place  ��ank-  P^ble  to the order   of   the
of residence of each member of   the  Honourable  the  Minister   of   Public
^^^^b^^^^^^^^^^^^Hk  I flrm Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c> ���
Commencing at a post planted about ' ,.   .  .     .     . .       .._lot the amount ot the   tender, wbictol
one mile ea.t of Theodosia lake, at T.I     An Jjcxept^ bank^cheque^tor^ lta| wiU b. torltftod tt the pev.cm WrJ
L. 31662, thenc* 80 chalas weit. tbenca  ��<">�� of $200,000.00 made Payable    toilng dwjUM to ^^ ^ ~ cwlt^t\taHtatifl black aecvttor, whOMWto-.
80 chain, nortb. thence 80 chalms eaat, Uh�� ���I*** ol tbe Miniate* ot Railway* I wtaen ^^       n to 4o        ortillt��\ **ft?d-1,*t to xitm ****   ��*
thence 80 chains south to point    ot  "��* c��?f1" mu8t *c?ompany e*chten-l  _.-.���.	
commencement, and   containing   640  d��r- wh,ch  "��m_ wl�� *��� forfeited 1!
- the party tendering declines entering
acres more or less.    ^^^^^^^^^
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT��� Distlct of New Westmln-
ster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permlsslon to purchase tbe following'
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abodt
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 lo
point of commence, and containing
640 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
Into contract for the work, at    the
rates stated in the offer submitted.
The cheques thus sent in will be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted.
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or pare
security, for the due fulfilment of tho
contract to be entered into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L.  K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers   Inserting  this  advertisement without authority from the
Department will not be paid for it.)
complete the work contracted tor.
FAITHFUL TO THE END.
St. Louis, June 18.���Faithful to the
end, Leon Scott, ex-slave and member
of the household of the late Capt. C.
N. Schuyler, was the only mourner at
the funeral of Mrs. Schuyler.
The will of Mrs. Schuyler bequeaths the family , lUver, the laat
remnant ot a departed fortune, to tlie
financial
    misfortune; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
the tender be not accepted "the ch^wl .;!?���*���*��*>��� *!** **�� th% ***��-
MA I
Iers," said Scott, "for nlgh onto forty
yeabs. Dey waa good to me an' I'se
always had a good home.
"When de Cap'n left St. Louis to go
to Eureka Springs, Ark., de las' thing
be said to me was, 'Now, Leon, look
after de missis an' de chillun.' An' I
did."
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east or T. L. 32454.
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south SO chnlns to the point ol
commencement, nnd containing 640
ncres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
I    TRIST���District of New  Westmin-
' ster, B.C.���Take notice that Charles
��� Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   a
j post planted  at  northeast  point    of
! unchartered  island,  thence  following
; the shore to point of commencement,
j containing three acres more or less,
i about   two   miles   south   of   Pender
Harbor at  Point Francis, and about
I 150 feet southwest from lot 997, und
200  feet  southeast  from  lot  2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
May 29th, 1911.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Teleohone R 113. Office: Princess St
SHERIFF'S    SALE.
will be returned ^^^^^^^^^^^^
The Department does not bind   It
self to accept the lowest or any ten
der.
By order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary. I
Department of Public   Works, Ot-I  *^,
tawa   May 13, 1911 Pa6t W(th We.t Indies.
(Newspapers   w 11  not   be  Paid  for , }        18-The next rectpro-
thls advertisement if they insert ��t .. .���r;���men, Canada will make
without authority from the Dep��* Hf .^H^^feffi*?^
ment'' 'G. E. Gooding, a member   of Barba
does legislature, who has arrived in
tbe city. Dr. Gooding stated that negotiations between Canada and the
West Indies, aiming at reciprocity,
were now well under way and tbere
' was every indication that an agree-
. ment would be reached.
Advertise in
The Daily News
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Stops all aches and pains, bruises and burns, etc., in a few seconds,
and is the best for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and stiff and swollen joints unless the trouble lies aeep within the bone. Absolutely
harmless.    Contains no injurious drug.   From all druggists.
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r
IT PAYS To ADVERTISE
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COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t��� Foot of Sixth.
1
Of     Groceries,     Hardware,     Horses,
Rigs, Etc.���Leeson, Dickie Gross A.
Company vs. Frederick Sortman.
Under and by virtue of an order oi
the Hon. Mr. Justice Clement, ma:le
herein, I will offer for sale by public auction on Monday the Nineteenth day of June. 1911, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at Port Mann
grocery, Yale road, all of the stock
in trade of the defendant consisting
in part of groceries, feed, hardware!,
tobacco, cigars, a small quantity of
gents furnishings, etc, etc., the invoices of which amount' to $1750.00.
also two horses, two delivery wagons, j
one democrat, one single buggy, one
wagon, two sets of harness. Bids wlll
be received at the sale for the stock
In bulk, at a percentage on the dol-!
lar, based upon the Inventory and!
Stock Sheets which can be seen upon
application at the Sheriffs office, New'
Westminster, nnd at the store Yale
road.
The horses, harness arid rigs will
be sold separately.
Terms of sale cash.
Dated this 12th of .Tun", 1911.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Sheriff, County of Westminster.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River It ls a'cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones  L117,  R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone 623.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. Do you
want to
swing I
We have
Hammocks
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
Store Closes
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Saturday, 9.30
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Saturday, 9.30
The building permits for the week      Alex. McColl, of Simcoe,    Ontario,
ending June 17 were of the total of   and M. P. for   Norfolk   county, was
$"9 >0U     None of the amounts were  a visitor to the city yetserday, during
large, most of the permits being for  his stay on the coast,
residences. j    Jameg  McMilliam, the  shoemaker,
Don't forget the dance at the Eagles  late   of    Carnarvon   and    McKenzie
hall every Monday night. ������    j streets,  has removed    to    Sinclair's
C.  D.  Huffman, of San Francisco,
who had not been in Westminster for .
20 years, has been in the city renew-,
ing acquaintances.    Needless to say,
he hardly knew the ctty with so many
changes.
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "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
INSURANGE
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Just received a
carload of the
famous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
The best money
can buy. Once
5 used, ALWAYS
used. Come in
and look them over
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
Mrs. W. A. Duncan save a delight- ,
fui tea to the ladies of the Maccabees, j"
and presented two birthday presents,
one to Mrs   McGunvery. a cream Jug
and  sugar  bowl,  the  other  to  Mrs.j
(Capt.) Baker, a brass candle stick.
All v��'.crans both soldiers and sail-1
ors. are welcomed to join in the Cor-,
onatlon parade in Vancouver on;
Thursday. They will meet opposite:
the Drill Hall at B a. m. and are re-,
rjuesteii to wear decorations.
Repairing     neatly     and     promptly |
done by James McMilliam at Sinclair'.;
shoe store.
The Rev. A. R. Vert leaves tomor-
row for London, Ontario, where ha
will represent the grand camp of the
Sons of Scotland, which will meet iu
annual conference in that eastern city.
Mr. Vert has for years been one of
the most prominent men in connection with this organization.
The Hamlin will be sent another
journey up river today. Although the
welcome of the Hope residents proved most cordial, they had not much
business to offer the owners. However, Cnjle Greer & Richardson, the
proprw it, are making another ex-
perim nt with this trip.
Not much further trouble is anticipated with the Fraser river at Sumas
owing to floods, as the maximum, it
is thought, was reached on Friday,
and there is every prospect of the
water subsiding. At least 15 acres of
the prairie land has been flooded in
consequence of the rise in the stream.
Hairdressing, manicuring, massaging; room 6 Marktt hlock, over Hunter's.    Phone 870. **
The annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will he held today at
Queen's Avenue Methodist cbutcii
school room, when the reports of tlie
year's working will be read. A large
attendance is requested of residents
Interesting in the excellent work
done by the ladies for this Institution.
shoe store, where he wlll be glad to
see all his old customers. ���*
The only sidewheeler on Puget
sound, the George S. Starr, has been
bought by Vancouver men, and It is
probable wlll be put   on the   Fraser
run.
Only Two Days Left
In Which to Benefit by Our
Big Coronation Sale
Better values than ever for the last two days of sale
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
Mack's
No-Rub
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
Alexander    Fysche,    manager     of
Lloyd's   Bank   at   Birmingham.   Eng.,
tnd   W.   Bsv.icw,   a   solicitor     ot  the
came city, paid a visit on Saturday lo
tbe  mills ot  the Canadian    Western
Lumber  Co.  at  Fraser     mills.      The
visitors  wore   shown  over  the  plant
by   i.   D.  McCormick,  Becretary-treaa-
urer of the company.
R. S. Shannon, of this city, will be j
an  usher   ut  the  marriage    ot   Miss I
Helen Krnestlne Brenton, daughter ofj
the late Rev. C   J. Brenton and Mrs.
Brenton o* I860 Broadway, to Ellery)
George Langley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Langley   which will take place |
on Tuesday    evening    at St. James'
church,  Vancouver.
We are sole agents
for the product.
VESTS SPECIAL VALUES.
Women'B flne ribbed cotton vests; long, short and
no sleeve styles: regular 20c. Coronation Sale,
each   ....  ;. 15c
CORSET COVERS���GOOD BUYING.
Regular $1.50; Coronation Sale Each $1.00.
Women's flne cambric, lawn and    Nainsook    corset
covers,   trimmed with Valencienne lace    and    embroidery.    Extra values.
HOUSE DRESSES���SPECIAL TODAY
Women's house dresses; made of fine percale; ln
pink and white, and hlue and white stripes; in plain
shirt waist styles; with short sleeve and high neck;
regular  to  $2.00.   Coronation Sale, each 95<=
WASH   BELTS���EXTRA   VALUES.
Fancy wash belts; embroidered designs; in self,
white and colored; all sizes; regular 60c and 60c.
Coronation  Sale, each 40c
NECKWEAR VALUES.
Women's fancy fab collars; in lace and embroidery;
all new and stylish; values to 75c. Coronation Sale,
each 50��
CURTAIN MUSLINS, 10c PER YARD.
Fancy colored curtain muslins; in light and dark
shades; all go 3d patterns; widths about 30 inches;
values  regular to 20c.
MADRAS���EXTRA GOOD BUYS.
48-inch cream curtain Madras; all good patterns;
Tegular 25c.    Coronation special, per yar.l .25c
DRESS MUSLJNS���CORONATION   SPECIAL.
8 Yards for 50c.
Big assortment of   patterns   in spots,   stripes   and
figures.
WOOL   DELAINES���BIG   VALUES.
Values t�� 60cl Coronation Sale 25c Per Yard.
All  wool  Dela'nes and Cliallies;  just the fabric for
a light summer sack or kimona; many ideal pattern
effects;   widths 30 inches.    See theso values.
CHILDREN'S   COATS���TO   CLEAR.
In linen and duck;   blue and white;   In  box  style:
double breasted,  piped in red and blue; regular up
to $3.25.    Coronation Sale, each *1-95
CHILDREN'S DRESSES���BIG VALUES.
Styles in French, long waist and Hutch effects;
made of prints, ginghams and chambray; in shades
of pink, blue, tan, black and white; trimmed with
pipings and folds; regular to $1.50. Coronation
Sale, each   8^c
MORNING WAISTS���GOOD VALUES.
Women's morning waists of print; in black with
dot, blue and white dot; In Peter Pan styles; with
short  sleeves;  :egular 75c. Coronation Sale, ea 50c
BEST VALUES IN   HOSE.
Women's black cotton hose, plain, seamless feet;
all sizes; regular 25c. Coronation Sale, per pair 15c
Girl's tan ribbed hose; fine summer weight; sizes
for 5 to 10; regular 25c to 35c. Coronation Sale,
 2 pair 35c
LIST   OF   SUMMER NEEDS IN STAPLES AT TODAY BARGAIN  PRICES.
INDIAN HEAD COTTON.
Good weight and weave; 30 inches wide; regular
25c.     Coronation Sale, per yard  20c
TOWELING���BIG VALUE.
20-inch   bleached    buck    toweling;    extra   quality;
regular 15c.    Coronation Sale, per yard  12'/2c
17-inch crash toweling; rare value; regulars 10c.
Coronation Special, per yard    7'/2c
PILLOW CASES���FOR TODAY'S SELLING.
Of pure finished pillow cotton; good heavy weave,
well made; jizes 40 to 4G inches; regular BOe,
Coronation  Sale, per pair  *0c
FLANNELETTES���PRICE INDUCEMENT.
White and striped flannelettes; width about 2;>
inches;   extra values   12 yards for $1.00
COLORED PONGEE SILKS.
Values t3 60c;  Coronation  Special 35c.
Beautiful colored  Pongees;   many new  and wanted
shades;   widths 21 Inches.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving ani
cloth brushes, face creams iind
lotion sof all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc., etc.
AT
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
N��w Westminster, B.C.
AMERICAN FLEET IS
WELCOMED  IN  JAPAN I
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
iBank of Montreal I
\ ESTABLISHED 1��17.
CAMT AL         ��H.40O.0O0.00
WE8ERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches througnoui Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ami In I/ondon, Eng-
Iind, New York. Ch<<ago and 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 Dspartment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  S18��,OA0,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Washington, June 18.���The cordial
reception extended the American
Asiastic fleet by the mayor and municipal council of Yokohama last
montli, according to state officials, is
evidence that Ihe Japanese community is particularly anxious of
maintaining most friendly relations
between America and Japan. An official report of tlie demonstration,
whicli has just reached Washington,
notes that on the day of thn reception the American consul general at
Yokohama certified a total of 133 Invoices, covering approximately $('>7ti,-
130 worth of Japanese goods shipped
to the United States.
Aldergr
Interurban  Time Table
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH. ���
Trains leave  New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:45,   and   every
fifteen  minutes  thereafter  un'.ll 11 p. m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and even-
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT  EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-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 Stevestoi
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m.
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW   WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster
a.m.. 1:05, 4:05 and 0:10 p.m.
at   7:20    a.m.,
and everv
9:00
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Cut Whale In Two.
Boston, Mass., June 18.���More than
150 passengers aboard the steamship
Prince Arthur, of the Dominion Atlantic line, which arrived from Yarmouth, N. C., this afternoon, were
aroused from sleep and thrown Into a
panic when the ship hit a huge whale.
The broadside collision jarred the
whole ship, throwing some of the passengers out of their berths. Tne
Prince Aruthur waa going at a rapid
rate of speed In a choppy sea. The
sharp prow of the steamer cut the
whale almost in half, and it struggled
violently to free itself, and for ahoui.
ten minutes lay athwart of the ship's
how. Finally the whale swept out of
the ship's course.
From Maker To Wearer j
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES
A full line   of flrst   class,   latest
styles, newest    lasts,    solid    leather,
throughout,     most.      perfect    fitting.
MACKAY AND    GOODYEAR WELT.1
mens, Ladies,  anu  children,
BOOTS  AND    SIIOICS,    also    a full
line of working and high cuts boots
and shoes.
At a Saving cf from 30 to 40 Cents in
the Dollar,
all goods shipped by express or mall
prepaid to destination to any part of
the Dominion.
Write  for    free    illustrated    cala-
logue and 'je convinced.
THE ANNE SHOE CO.
333 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man.
The largest area of tir.-t-:l:ss bench land in the Kraser Valley is located at Aldergrove. The government demonstration orchard and
the Fraser Valley nurseries are both located at Aldergrove. Government experts and practical nurserymen pronounce Aldergrove
a good place to grow fruit. It ls also a good place for poultry
raising and gardening.
10-Acre  Blocks at
$100 Per Acre
Terms one-third  cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
Aldergrove is served by electric car and Great Northern railway.
Good roads, schools and churches, stores, telephone and daily
mai'. ,
Call or write for illustrated book and price list.
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FOR   PRINCE
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP.
ti
Prince George"
7000 Horse Power.    18i/2 Knots.
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf nt
12 IVI I Din lGUT
FOR
RUPERT AND STEWART    THURSDAYS
VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE       TUESDAYS
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 1 p.m. Wednesdays fo:-
Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, etc., and 1 p.m. Saturdays for
Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jed way, etc.
Tickets to all Point* East Via the    Grand    Trunk    System,    Double
Track  Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
527  Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
__\ F.J.Hart I CO., Ltd. I Ryall's Drug Store
New Westminster
VA'ICOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
MM������ I
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
PHONE 67 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST  IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
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