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LIFE INSURANCE
We Represent Reliable Companies.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
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NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
VOLUME 0, NUMBER 90.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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HONORS INCtuuc
MANY FAMOUS NAMES
EX BRITISH PREMIER NOW EARL
OF MIDLOTHIAN ��� CANADIAN
SECTION CONTAINS THAT OF
VICE-PRESIDENT WHYTE, C.P.R.
London, June 19.���The coronation
honors ure announced tonight, anu
with them the decorations in the various orders. Twenty new baronets
and forty knights are given titles, including chletly men famous in commerce or science.
Included ln the list are:
Peerages.
Marquis���Earl Crewe, late leader
of the government iu the House oi
Lords.
Earls���Lord Rosebery, now Scottish
earl and English baron, new title,
Earl of Midlothian; Lord Curzon of
Kedleston, Irish representative baron,
ex-viceroy of India; Lord Brassey, ex
minister and famous yachtsman, governor of Victoria 1895 to 1900.
Viscounts���Master of Klibank (R.
A. Murray), chief Liberal whip; Lord
Knollys, king's private secretary;
Lord Allendale (W. C. B. Beaumont),
formerly Liberal M. P. for Hexham
division; Right Hon. Aretas Akers-
Douglas, member of St. Augustine's
division of Kent, formerly home secretary in Mr. Balfour's last cabinet.
Barons���Lieut.-Colonel Sir Arthur
J. Bigge, private secretary to the
present king when Prince of Wales;
Lord Mountgarret, Irish peer; Sir
Charles B. McLaren, formerly Liberal
SEEK BY-LAW IN AID OF
HORSE SHOW BUILDING
PATRIOTISM'S RING IN IWILL ADVERTISE
CORONATION HYMN
Initiative  in Submitting    By-law    fer
$15,000 Must Come from  Rate-      I CAPT.  PHILLIPS-WOLLEY WRITES
ft.yer. ThemselvflJ j       POEM FOR FESTIVAL-WILL BE
RENDERED    HERE    BY    WEST
At  last evening's meeting of    thei       MINSTER CHILDREN.
city council, Alderman Lynch, chairman of tbe parks committee, reported
that that day a meeting had been I The Daily News is enabled to pre-
held with representatives of the R. A.; sent herewithin, and to publish for
& I. society, when the subject of the i the flrst time, the words of ttw
erection of the horse show building Coronation hymn, specially written
came in for discussion. The society's' for the celebrations of Thursday next,
delegates had outlined the plan for j which will be sung by the children of
completion    of    that    structure    in  all schools throughout the Dominion.
FOR NEW AUDITOR
COUNCIL TERMINATES Mv B.
COTSWORTH'S APPOINTMENT
ON JULY 15���POINTED CRITICISM OF PRESENT  INCUMBENT.
Queens park, and asked that the sum
of $15,000 be sought by a public vote
of the ratepayers.   The intention   of
the society was to guarantee the city.
council tbe interest and sinking fund)
The words are by Captain CHve Phil-
lips-WoIley and the score by G. Jennings Burnett.
The hymn will be rendered by the
massed  children    of    this    city    at
M.    P.    for    Bosworth    division    of ,
Leicestershlp; Sir Alex. Acland Hood. I It was not within the power of   the
M.    P.   for    Wellington    division   of j aldermen to grant the request that a [
Somerset, chief   Conservative   whip; i by-law  be put before the people for
Sir W. T. Lewl.s mining expert and   lhe purpose    of raising    money.    Itl
colliery proprietor;  Sir James L. Mc-   would require to take the form   pre-!
Kay, G. C. M. G., Indian merchant, and' scribed in the Municipal Clauses ace j
has had a great deal to do with lni and to do so one-tenth of the rate-
dlan and Chinese affairs; A. Cameron j payers would    have    to    give    their
Corbett, M. P. for Tradeston division; consent to a petition, and the petition
of Glasgow, a famous s-ortsman and]thus signed would have to be present
"donor of publlc park for his   native  ~J L~ *       ""* "
If the city would lend their credit for ] Queen's park when special exercises; tor
this  amount.    The  alderman  moved
that the report be adopted, and this
was duly seconded.
Although the intention of tho
society was to repay the cost of the
building within fifteen or twenty
years, Alderman Lynch said that with:
the coming of hockey in this province
next winter, and the consequent
presence of a Westminster team    in j
that association a large proportion of  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the  money  would   be  collected   long  Let him our English rule preserve,
before  that  period.    The main  hall, |     Teach hlm the lesson of his race
too, would be a source of revenue, as; That only they who humbly serve
a huilding capable of holding    many |     Are worthy of the highest place,
thousands was urgently required    in. Teach  us true hearts, trained hands
Westminster. i to bring,
The mayor said that    the   council, To serve our God and serve our king,
could   not  adopt  the  suggestion    as | ���    ���    .
thrown out by the chairman of the   Crown him with courage to endure,
parks committee for the reason that j     Crown him with wisdom to unite,
At twenty-five minutes past twelve
this morning the city councll adjourned after a session extending
over four hours, during which the
reading of M. B. Cotsworth's two
lengthy statements occupied much ot
the time. The sitting had almost
come to a close, and the motion to
adjourn was looked for when Alderman Lynch rose, and asked if the
corporation had at this time an audi-
will   fake   place   In   connection   with
the great event in the land over seas
Oh, God, to Whom our Saxon Thing
Bowed free born heads and stubborn knee,
Today we crown Thy servant king,
Supreme on all the seven seas.
Hear us Thy people, while we pray
Crown him, Thyself, oh God, today.
To keep his court and people pure>
To crush the evil, crown the right.
Spealc through his lips, the Master's
will,
To warring nations, "Peace, be still."
city; Thomas A. Galr Ashton, M. P.
.for Luton division of Bedfordshire:
fGodfrey R. Benson, contested West
l-Worcestersliire in 1906 in Liberal in-
Merest, brother of V. H. Benson, fam-
sous actor.
Baronetcies���Dr.  William  Osier, of
)xford  university, and    formerly    of j
cGlll      university,      Montreal;    Sir
Beph  Ward, premier of  New    Zea-
and.
Privy councillors���Andrew Fisher,
jirime minister of Australia; Sir Ed-
"ward Morris, premier of Newfoundland; Sir Rufus Isaacs, M. P., attorney-general; T. McKinnon Wood, KC
chairman of London county council,
now under secretary for foreign affairs; Dr. T. J. McNamara, M. P., sec-
ret ary tor the admiralty; Sir T. Vusoy
Strong, lord mayor ot 1 .on lon, F. II.
Jackson, director ot' the Bank of
England.
Knights���George Alexander, the
world famous actor and lessee of St.
James theatre, London; Hon. U.
Jones, of Toronto; Judge Roufhler, of
Quebec; William Whyte, second vice-
president of the C. P. K-. Winnipeg.
K. G.���-Ornnd Duke Adolph of
Mecklenburg Strelit/.; Duke of Fife,
brother-in-law of the king. ,
K. C. M. G.���Sir Charles Fitzpatrlck,
chief justice of Canada.
C. M. G.���Dr. H. A. Faulkner, president  of  Toronto    university;     C.    C.
ed to the city council/
Although Alderman Johnston move!
that the mattrr lie on the table to
give the affair further time to take
concrete shape, it was generally felt
that the machinery would have to be
set In motion by the Bt A. ft I. society
officials themselves and the subject
dropped.
T. J. Trapp, Sherih Armstrong and
D. S. Curtis attended for the society.
Give him our Alfred's love of law,
Give    him   our    Edward's   love of
peace,
Give him that love our great queen
Close round her person, and increase I members spoke highly of thr> serviced
Until before his reign be done, | which the auditor had rendered    to
In faith his scattered lands are one
His reason for asking the question was because he had understood
from tbe agreement entered into that
Mr. Cotsworth mechanically retired
from holding ollice under ths council
on the ninth of this month. That
being so, and that date being past, it
was reasonable to ask if there was
an oTiclal acting In that capacity. Trj
force the point, the alderman moved
that applications for the post of auditor to the city be advertised for and
asked to be in by July 1.
Alderman Gray seconded the mo-
ttion, and a general discussion took
place on the matter," heated arguments being the general order. After
a debate it was decided to alter the
date for receiving applications until
July 15, as the auditor had to assist
the finance committee in many matters which were still unde." adjustment.
Alderman Dodd moved as an amendment that the whole matter lie on
the table until next meeting so that
the council might know what they
were doing. This wa3 Eeconded by
Alderman Bryson, and after a tie
vote, Alderman Campbell having left
the chamber, the maycr gave his casting vote in favor of the amendment, j
Before going   to    the    vote    some
W. C. T. 11. MEETS TODAY
PROVINCIAL CONVENTION
Local Delegates Present at Gathering
���Program   Includes Banquet
and Sermon.
AUXILIARY'S WORK
PASSED IN REVIEW
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL'S
DEBT TO LADIE8 8HOWN IN
ANNUAL REPORT OF WOMEN'S
AUXILIARY���NEW  OFFICERS.
The eighth annual general meeting
of the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian  hospital  was held yester-
SHIPPING CIRCLES
EASIER OVER STRIKE
SERIOUS FIRE AT SEATTLE
IN  BUSINESS BLOCK
Seattle. June 20.���A flre which occurred at an early hour this morning
on the third floor of a four storey
h'ock at the corner of Occidental and
Jn^kson Btreets, owned by a candy
manufacturer, gutted ftn
and caused damage estimated at $50,-
too.
BORDEN   MAKES  PROMISES
TO CATCH WESTERN VOTES
Among the delegates at the provincial convention of the W. C. T. U.
which ls being held in Victoria this
week, opening today, will .be Mrs.
Sadden, Mrs. Barnard (president),
and Mrs. Cross from the local union.
This union is entitled to a maximum day afternoon in the school room of
representation of six delegates. j Queens  avenue church  with  the  re.
Tonight the well known divine, Dr.' tiring president, Mrs. A. H Gordon.
Matthews, of Seattle, will address a in the chair. There was a full at?
mass meeting at the Victoria theatre, tendance of members and those in-
Today Rev. Lashley Hall, of Vancou- terested In the good work carried on
ver. will  nreach the convention ser-  by the auxiliary
mon anl tomorrow afternoon Mrs. B. I In her address, Mrs. Gordon who
D. Livingston conducts a program on had only been in office for the past
"The School of Method." A banquet four months, congratulated the auxll-
follows in the evening. | lary,   on   the   splendid    wo k oi ma
On Thursday a special car will con- twelve months just closed. The menv
vey the delegates to the Gorge, where bers had without an exception shown
tea will be served, and an enjoyable that they were willing at all times,
time is anticipated. On Friday morn- and under all circumstances to devote
ing Mrs. T. F. Watson, president of much time to the noble cause of help.
distiict union, Vancouver, will con- ing those who could not help them-
duct a memorial service for promoted  selves.
members. The convention will be! In the financial statement, present-
brought to a close on Friday after- ed by Mrs. Ferguson, it was shown
noon hy an address by the Rev. W. that the income for the year 1910-11
Stevenson on "Woman and Democ- was $863.36. and the expenditure
racy." , $697.55.   Including the collection, $377,
made on tag day, the balance in the
hands of the treasurer is $487.98.
Annual Report.
Miss S. F. Armstrong, in the course
of her yearly statement, reported   aa
follows:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       "We  have  been  very  moderate in
Coy, successfully broke away, and at  our appeals to the publlc during tho
a late hour last night this four year   year now ending, as we have    onlv
term man was still at large. ! called upon them three times to assist
From meagre details it appears that  us in our hospital work.
Mac was either at  work or at exer- \     "On January 12 we gave a ball in
else within the precincts of the prison   St.  Patrick's  hall.    Unfortunately    it
yard and was not missed until the roll   happened to be the coldest night w<3
was called. had experienced for the winter, there-
Signals of distress were hoisted | fore, as many people were not in at-
and nervous jailers and others in tendance as we should have hoped to
authority cought him everywhere for welcome, we netted the very satisfao
hours In vain. The missing man wss tory sum of $123.50. On April 21 the
sentenced in this city two years ago   Vancouver Amateur Operatic   society
PENITENTIARY  INCIDENT.
Man Missing at Roll Call���Search so
Far in Vain.
Yesterday morning    a prisoner   at
the B. C. penitentiary, by name Me-
DISTURBANCE IN CONDITIONS
SPREADS TO NEW YORK-
THREATS TO TIE UP THE
SOUTHERN   PACIFIC   FLEET.
London, June 19.���That the striking
seamen wlll win their demand for increased wages Is the general belief
here today. Several cwners have
yielded. The strike is becoming better organized and shipping is prae-
James, deputy minister of agriculture, tically at a standstill. Officers of the
Ontario. j Seamen's union assert that the steam-
Field marshal���General Sir William | ers  Megantic, Celtic    and    Dominion
G. Nicholson; General Lord Methuen. j will be tied up until their crews ara
given an increase of ten shillings
monthly. The original demand was
for twenty shillings.
Winnipeg. .Tun* 20.���R. I.. Borden,
leader ot tbe opposition, opened his
western tour here last night. The
meeting was largely attended. Mr.
Borden said he was unalterably op
posed to the reciprocity agreement.
He advocated a permanent tariff commission to deal with all trade and
tariff matters, and said that If the
Conservatives were returned to
power they would put Into effect the
government ownership of terminnl
elevators, and the government ownership of a railway to the Hudson bay.
the city.
Alderman  Johnston    while   declaring In a measure his pleasure to be
able to appreciate the work done by
Mr. Cotsworth, yet expressed the view
that if the auditor stuck    more    to
facts and figures instead of presenting
reports  which  had the  personal  element dominating,  as  he declared,  it
'd have been better accepted by
the people, and certainly would have
put him on a sounder platform with
the  aldermen.    The  auditor, ln    his
opinion, had  gone    further    than    a
public servant should, and It In applying tor tlie position next month,    Mir.
Cotsworth would mak* tt clear to tbe
aldermen tbat he would refrain trom
vasslng      comments    upon      matters
which, when all was said and done,
should  not    Interest    him,    he   (the
speaker) would be one of the first to
support him.
to serve a term of four years for theft
and had thus two more years to work
out. . . .   ,    I
DEATH OVERTAKES
COMPETITORS EARLY
RESULTS      OF      BIS
TERRIBLE
FRENCH- ^	
THREE   DEAD   FROM   VARYlNQ
CAUSE  EARLY  IN  CONTEST.
produced "The Mikado," which was
thoroughly enjoyed by all who were
present. Forty-seven dollars was cur
share from this entertainment."
After reference to Saturday's collection the secretary continued: We
have contribution boxes in different
parts of the city from which we hope
to meet with a liberal response. Dur
ing the year we have held twelve
regular meetings and four executive
meetings.
Following is the list of articles     o-
vlded by the auxiliary thiB year:  30
Chair
CROW'S NEST STRIKE
AND PUBLIC NEEDS
BUSY COUNTY COURT.
Nelson, June 20.���A special meeting
of the hoard of trade convened hero
last night to consider the coal strike
question resolved todraw the atten-
tfon of the government  to the situa-
n    .      ,.hl     Shipping on tlie��Clyde is paralyzed,   "on, and to suggest that in order tha:
Many Legal Matters to Be uean wun   Allled    ,m|ons    ure    threatening    to   no further delay might be caused, to
In Next Two Weeks. | str,ke today
Ills Honor Judge    lloway    In    the:   B
next fourteen days will  have ehargo ���     N.ew york   Tune ig,~_The seamen's' danger or loss to them >vould be in-
of  the  heaviest  calendar  which  has   str,k(? ,g a(Tpet|ng shipping here. The purred
HUDSON'S BAY CO. BUYS
CHURCH  SITE  FOR STORE
Victoria,    June 19.���The    Hudson's
Bay company has purchased the    St.
John's church site on Douglas street,
an.l duiing the present year will com-i
mence the construction of a thoroughly   up-to-date  departmental  store    in '
Victoria,  which  will  be one    of    the '
largest of its kind west of Winnipeg.
The property fer its location in this
city  was acquired by    the    comDany
from Messrs. T. R. Cusack and R. L.
Drury for a sum in the neighborhood
of $225,000.
b^b^b^b^b^-^-^^^���.. , pairs    ot  curtains,    1    Morris
AVIATION       RACE���x (leather), * Uattan chairs toe vnw-
Sah, I banuosmk tor verandah. 4 toilet
���eta. flannel -and AannelleUje tor    ta-
itants, K\\  women's nlaht    smtu,    14
\ children's night gowns,    4S    dressing
\ gowns, 30 pairs ot blankets. 11 night.
Bhlrts, 127 sheets, CO pillow cases, 12
baby vests. 6 pairs of baby blankets,
and 50 napkins."
Both recorts were received, and
tbe respective officials thanked by a
show of hands.
Officers Elected.
The result  of the election  of oti
eers  was:     President,   Mrs.   Wright;
flrst   vice-president.  Mrs.  de  Pencierr
second,  Mrs.  Manchester:   third,  Mrs:
The   dead    are:      Capt.    Prlnclau,   A   Harry    Gordon;    treasurer,    Miss
motor   exploded    in    midair,   BrjgKS;     secretary,  Miss    Armstrong.
Paris, June 19.���Fifty aeroplanltes
took wing early yetserday from the
aviation field at Vincennes on the
first stage of the European circuit
race, which calls for a flight to London and return, with stops at various
places going and returning. Almost
immediately after the start, two of
the aviators met tragic deaths and at
least one was gravely hurt.
whose
flooding him with gasoline and burn- Members of    committees:     Knten
ing him to death, and JI. Le Martin, ���,<,,,��.   Mrs.   Eadie,   Mrs.   Goulet
who  dashed  against  a tree,  the mo- Mrg   Lusby;   purchasing.   Mrs.  C
^^^^^m. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB^^^^^^HB
order that the mines be opened under
ft guarantee to  tlie  workers  that no
i GAMBLING  MUST STOP
ON   PANAMA
?OIL
who
tor   of ^^^^
head.
M.   Gaubert
the  army,  who  was   __,.
civilian race under the name of   Dal
ger," was
his machine ... -      ^__^_^^^^^^^^^
-iA-     His  in-   Rev   (5eorpe Hay were present by in
his   aeroplane   crushing   his
former   lieutenant   In
entered   in  the
lain-
an I
^���_^_^���^���. I
Welsh. Mrs. Broad and Mrs. D. S.
Curtis; sewing. Mrs. David Walker,
Mrs. Klison and Mrs. P. J. Pearce;
auditing, Mrs. A. J. Hill and Mrs.
Scouller;   visiting committee for next
found lying senseless near   rnontuSj Miss Briggs and  Mrs.  P. A.
ne in a wheat    fleld    four  r*rani.    Rev.    Canon    d'Easum    anl
come before his court in the past
three years. Yesterday saw the beginning of a week wliich wlll be occupied with cases of more than local
Interest, and in which well known
citizens ure cited. Tomorrow the adjourned case, Thompson and Uelyea
vs. Dr. Wikon will he further hoard
and continued over Wednesday. This
case which was part heard before Mr.
crews of the Southern Pacific line
freighters Creole and Sol deserted
when the vessels docked today and
officials of the  Seamen's  union herq
Stipensation  to Cathodes.
onicia.B oi  iue oea.ut.-u,  *..*.*,** ������.-,     Authority has b<>tf ��lYen Catholics
assert that within a week the   eatlr?)  ,hro,1Sho"t ,hc* Empire in commemora-
am*t\,mm-t   l>������...,,   tlaot   U'lll   ba ��� !*;��   ....   ; 1 lOll   of   the   COrOnfttion,      tO
Southern Pacific fleet will be ti'jd up.
They say thnt memhcrg ot Ine "union
here are acting at a ualt In demand-
tag oettor pay ��n��l Piore satisfactory
conditions.    II Ikfcse  conditions   are
Jus.lce'ciemcnt >t_tlw rw-entju ��gg- JSTsSSS* $ Wrowtbe strikers
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ dispense
with the ban ns,itlnst meat on Friday,
In order thai they may not be ln<
cotirnilMu-wl at public functions, and
other celebrations arising out of the
groat festival.
Slew Orleans, June l3i=~Acc6rding
to advices received here, the decree
against poker games Issued by Presl
dent Aosemena, of Panama, is the direct result of demands made by Col.
Goethals, chief engineer of the Pan
miles from Villars-Coterets.
iurios are serious. M. Bille. whose
aeroplane struck the earth within a
mile of the start, was injured, but
not seriously.
Three other aviators
court, involves a largo sum of .rt6ney
for the sale of liny at a cc",9jn price,
and which t>r. Wilson rl*lnta,lna could
not hj raised ^spltc tho fact that
'there h'-vt b��*n Auctimtltm Of the mailed which mlwt during the first de
livery M��d subsequent ones     rrh"'"
Thurs-'
say a general strike here ls certain.'
���sir damiel McMillan
may go to london
-In   the   absence I
FOREST FIRES ENDANGER
TOWN WATER SUPPLY
livery urn m...^.,         - 'Ottawa, June 19.-
<l*v having b<*ft roril&lned a Dominion of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, no confirm*-
IwMfty will fth* the courts closed, tion can be obtained here of the r* I
Oh Vfce flrst dAy of next week, ��� his port that Sir Daniel McMillan, lleu**n.
boft?��i Viil 'fa'ke the trial of Rex vs. ant-governor of Manitoba, will suc-
CalhpVert, Ae half-breed who ls ceed Lord Strathcona as Canadian
charged vrfth a savage assault on a high commissioner ln London. Owing
man 6ft Columbia street, the result to the persistency of the reports from
of wtihto was that the victim had to London bearing on Lord Strathcona's
the  Koyal   Columbian  probable early retirement the feeling
^******************** - ��l.l.l    ~t..lm.   *l..,t    ,r,r.,ra
^^^^^^^^^^JteW.  M. Lor
dlan,  near  Charlevllle:
son, close to Gagny, and M. Morin, at
��� i- *���-    ~Hn���    rat ���
vitatlon and spoke, while during the
tea which was served -it the conclusion, Mrs. Eddy and Miss Munn contributed musical numbers. Mrs. A
Hill, on  behalf of  the  managers
J.
of
Oscar   Mori-   ^e hospital, replied for the board
miles of   FAMOUS NECKLACE
ama   canal,   that   gambling   on    the j Chevron,  within  twenty-two
isthmus   be   suppressed.     The   gam-! '-lese. which is the end of the first
bling  rooms  in  Panama   and   Colon i 8ta?e of  the race-    Ncne   of   the3e
havo caused many of the employees   men  was badly  hurt.     Of   thn   fifty:     New   	
nf  the canal  to  lose  their   ���-'-��� ' aviators    whq     started,    thirty-eight  antj marvellous royal necklace of the:
hinging about discontent. ^^^^^^^^^c .���,_ __.,
savings, | yfotovn
NELSON RESIDENCE BURNT
IN EARLY MORNING FIRE
MISSING FROM  BOX
York,  June  19.���The   mystic
Romanoffs���the circlet of pearls and
bo treated  in       ^	
hoftpVtnl for two months, having sustained broken arms nnd , fractures.
The acctmed has elected to stand a
speedy trial.
Gold Shipment from Alaska.
Seattle, Juno 19.���The first ship
ment of gold from Alaska was received today, amounting to $fi(i,000.
The consignment ls small, but expected  shipments  this    	
amount to ?15.000.000.
Official Recognition.
Lisbon, June 20.���The United States
--.-���_.,_. m**tm*,*l
ar-	
Is growing ln official circles that there
mny be some ImbIs of fact for it.
If Lord Strathcona drops out it will
be because he desires to do so as
mere ls no disposition on tlie part
of the government that hc should
mahe way for another.
Hoqulam    Neighborhood    of    Serious
Outbreak���Conflagration   Threatens
Service  Flumes.
Tacoma, June 19.���Serious damage
is expected from a forest  flre which
Ladies    Imperilled    owe    Safety    to
Neighbor���Damage from Flames
and Water.
were civilians and twelve officers aa-   	
signed for military duty. Hung up diamonds that has graced the throats>
for the competitors are prizes 0f many Czarinas, and which was;
amounting to $94,000. stolen a few weeks ago from the lm-
Burned In Mid Air. perlal treasure bo:; in St. Petersburg.
Resides Ihe two fatalities, word has is being searched for by the Russian
arrived of the death of Mr. Landron secret service in the large cities of
at  Chateau   Thierry.      The   aviator,   America.
who was thirty-three years old, was YeBterday when Alexander RogofT
flvlng at a height estimated at frem and Ivan Arvak, of the Crar'a special
1800 to 3000 feet over the village of detective Bervice, left New York for
Epleds, when suddenly the villagers Washington, it became known that
were horrified to see the machine and the hunt for these exquisite jewels,
aviator enveloped In flames. Then valued at more than $500,000,, was be-
there was heard a faint report as of lng seriously prosecuted on this side
I an  explosion  and  the  ball   of   flre  of the Atlantic.
I pitched earthward, turning over and I The diamond and pearl necklace ot
over as lt fell. The aviator was hurl ; the Romanoffs ls a thing almost sac-
cd from his seat clear of the flames,  red in Russia.   It was worn by Catht
Nelson,  June 20.���Thanks    to
alarm raised by a neighbor Miss Steel, j ���h��h Streamed YftyVeet  behind the  erine the Great.
has   been   raging  near   Hoqulam   forjMrg   j   c   Gore  and  her    daughter, | "^"f"'---^   machlne  wa9  BtlU,
the past forty-two hours. The increas- , ��� , monoplane,     ine   macuiue   was  """ UIIMTED .   .
.- _ Z...-*  a t*.m ��mmr.*m ,��� a���,������j  Miss Hazel Gore, were roused yester-   turning when the wreckage  dropped. POLAR HUNTER
.    ..  *-.*     m*.. a.*A* ral ,.an.l IS COMING TO  ROCKIES
Beason
wlll
DENIAL  IS GIVEN
TO STORY OF RETIREMENT
lng wind caused the flames to spread ^^^^^^^
rapidly, and the flre ls within half a j day morning to find
mile of the flumes carrying the water
supply of Hoqulam,
Big logging camps in the vicinity
are threatened, and burning leaves
are dropping into the town.
an
Ottawn. June 20���The rumor   thnt| Old Timer Passe* Away.
Lord  Strnthcona  will  shortly    retire      Nelson, June 20.���Hugh Nixon
from the high commisslOnershlp. and  old timer of the Kootenays, was found
that Sir Wilfrid Laurier   would "  "* "~     '"'' -'-'���' *~ l''~ *"���'' '" *"
���j   ���   _ the house   on ' into a wheat fleld.   The body of Lan-.
flre, and they hurriedly escaped, be- [ dron had struck the ground nearby,
lng only just in time to pass a corrl-'     Firemen hurried to the scene, but'
dor across which the flames jumped   the gasoline blazed awa;- for a quar-
1 *���  ~'  ****   ******** attar   tlieir   arrival.
as" they left the building. I ter of an hour
-    ���  ���          ���- ' Landron was already dead.   Both le?s
and  the
face  had
New Haven, Conn., June 19.���Harry-
Whitney, the hunter, who was with?
both Cook and Peary in the Arctic
regions, has Btarted for Alaska and
the Canadian Rockies with Frank
Carnegie, nephew of Andrew Ca'1-
H<> has aban-
���rnWnmpnt  has officially recognized  ceed him Is given an emphatic denial * old  cabin In the Cottonwoods.
tte Republic of Portugal. here. h��l been dead twenty-four hours,
���__     ..... ^^^^^^^^^_B��B^B��B^^BB����mtt"er      t^le'r
The owner, Captain Gore, superin-'        	
tendent of the C. P. R. inland navlga-. and one arm  were broken
tion, was away.   The roof was almost   chin  was shattered.     His    _^_   	
completely   destroyed,   the  furniture  been scorched and his clothes   were negie, the ivon master.
��� and fittings In the first story suffered  burned.   The body was carried to tho doned   his   plans  to  head"   a   South
sue-  dead hero last night In his bed In an   v"dly f om the flames, and the cell- municipal bnildlng.there to await the Polar expedition this fair and' will Jn-
He  lngs wlll have to be renovated owing' wishes    of   the    unfortunate   man's stead seek rare game on the western
to damage from the water. friends. edge of the Amerfcan continent.
L
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K* * ������'"���
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
RZID. CURTIS A DORGAN
Wants
WANTED ��� LADY     BOOKKEEPER
and stenographer, experienced.   Ap- 7
&y in person,   Galloway & L?wis, j
the furniture store,   401    Columbia'
street.
706 Columbia Street.
SMALL new house at Edmonds, on
66x113 foot lot. $800; one-third
cash.
"a IT HERE SITOE noov.
GROWING EVIlS OF
FREE ADVERTISING
���WANTED��� TO LOAN ON JULY 1
$1500 dollars; must be good security. House within city limits preferred.    Apply W., P. O. Box 32.
LOT  on Tenth avenue,  just east of
Tenth street, 50x132; light clearing, j
$525 cash. 	
TWELFTH street corner, 158 and 132,
feet fronting on the    two    streets
and lane alongside. $4000; one-third I
cash.
WESTMINSTER,  VANCOUVER    OR.
Kraser river valley district property '���
^sauted in exchange for a K>0-aerc;
improved farm in Alberta.   Box K.I
J., this office.
THIRD avenue, house near Tenth |
street, two or three rooms, 5r>xl3:
1 foot lot, well developed to fruit. \
$2100; easy terms.
WANTED���HOUSEWORK    BY
English    woman.      Address
Knight, P. O. Box 3.1, City.
AN
LOT on Dublin street, upper side, between   Eighth   and   Tenth   street.
Mrs.!    ??50.
WANTED���YOUR   OPPORTUNITY
I wish to exchange my farm lands i
for   a city    residence.   Box D. B.,
Daily News.
WANTED ��� AS SECRETARY TO
School Board this city, a stenographer and typewriter, familiar
���with modern office systems. Month
ly salary $7500. 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-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
GOOD acreage in Surrey and Langley, I
$50 an acre up.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
WANTED ��� BY
board and room
this office
A   GENTLEMAN,
close in. Apply R->
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
ENGINEER.
Applications are Invited for a quail
fled engineer to take charge of the |
road by-law work under the supervision of the municipal engineer,
from whom full particulars as 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 SALE
WH   SALE   -   SIX-ROOM   HOUSE
near proposed cutoff for B. C. BS. R.
Terms $1800, $500 cash, bajmcei$l
per month, no interest.   Apply 1^0
Seventh avenue. ^^^^^_
For Up-to-date
RIINT1NG
VOH SALE���FIVE AND TEN ACRE
blocka in Langley on B. C. electric,
excellent soil. Price $150 per acre.
Terms easy. Owner, 1301 Naniamo
Btreet, Westminster.
mmmmmmmm*****************������       '      ���    '   mmmmmmmmm.*m.���
FOR SALE���BRAND NEW ENG-
lish kit bag, at Vidal's warehouses;
cost price.
FOR SALE���THREE LOTS IN THE
Grand Trunk Pacific townsite, Edson, Alberta. For particulars apply Owner, Box 558, New Westminster.
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Job
printing.
Thompson Block.
Phone 388.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room: convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
rcov
Wl) WORK,
MflKE YOUR MONEY
WORK TOO.
B1PER��mnGVM)R5HVinM
SUm US THE* Vfl&EIRll
43, INTEREST WHICH
WECRtPiTMoriTHL> :
AW M0NE) IS RCniRH-
/iBieoriDEMflnp
AS QUICKLY (15 THE.fMILS
CAN GflKRV IT. '
PEOPLE JUST US G/IRHU
aw CAUTIOUS AS
>0l)CflnBE,
MB WEI!- PLEASED,
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WlTHTHEWWiriWIIUI
our Business is
TRrtHMCTED-flBllSlNESV
IWM&ED BY PEOPLE OP
MATURED EXPERIENCE
&HlfiHE5TinTEGRITX
fl P05T/1L,GSVIHG
YOUR WMB */1PPRESS
WIlirPROMPTLy BRH16Y0U
PUU- iNFORM/THOU
WRITE TOM,
SH0ULP10V HAVE MV
PINflMGIALBU5INESSin
VflnCOUVER-'VIGIMTy,
RENTS TO COUrBCT,
AGREEMENTS FOR MLE"
MORTGAGES TO COMPTER
FIRE IMStRflriGE TO PWCE.
LET US ATTEND TO IT.
WE ARE PLEASING
I  OTH ERS W Ml* BB SURE.
TO PLEASE YOU..
i 321 Cambie Street,
EXPERT DEPLORES HABIT OF
. PERSONS SEEKING ADVERTIS-
ING IN NEWS COLUMNS���
WHERE TO DRAW LINE.
Spokane, June 18.���Addressing   tlie
view of Bale or recovery and tho like
generally spoken of as a paid announcement, to apprise, to Inform,
make known, announce, proclaim,
promulgate and publish. He defines
news as follows:
j    " 'Recent   account,   fresh   informa- Time
tion, of   something   that   has   lately
I taken place or of something   before
unknown.
New Westminster
Mail Service
^.......^H Time
  of ot
. or or sometning   ueiuic Arrival: Closing:
The word news lias been 20:00���United Statea via C. P. R
i.i.iiU-   ,.v, ,,.,.    Sunday)
fancifully derived from the Initial
letters of the four cardinal points
north, east, west and south.'
Handing in "Scoop*."
"I always keep these two definitions printed on a card In my desk,
In order to show about two-thirds of
those seeking free publicity that they
are really asking for the Insertion of
(dally except Sunday) .23:00
8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:15
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
!   8:00���Victoria via B. C.  E.  R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
I    Spokane. June lS.-Aaare��Mug   u��; are rea���y asking for ��e ms u ���      I j---   j^~     c   E
Pacific Coast Advertising Men's asBo-jjUBt   a   plaln  ordinary J^^���"\i (dally except Sund,
.,.__, j���..   <-<   a   Rrnrk- U.uhmit  the s teht formality or   paj ,,\.   . '0.���,������ .,.��� n  **,
It.
j elation on Wednesday. C. H. Brock- \ without the slight formality of
I hagen,   of   the   Seattle   Post-lntelll-1 lng for same.
I gencer, said:
__^^^^_^__M I    "The average man who rushes in-
Mr.   Toastmaster   aud  Gentlemen' to the business office and   conflden-
of   the    Pacific    Coast    Advertising ! tlally announces he has a great scoop
Men's Association:    It is a very great J for your paper is handing you some-
pleasure that 1 have found It possl- [ thing that the trained editorial minds
ble to be present with you upon thia  of the top floors wlll gaze upon with j
occasion, and it is an additional pleas-1 an ley stare and calmly inform you |
ure for me to be here as the guest of j that It is merely matter   for the ad-
the Spokesman-Review.    I have been i vertising department,
an employee of the Dally and Sunday Follow* Early Training.
Spokesman-Review, and I want to say I "I believe that the complimentary
a word regarding my experience dur- ��� reading notice should be dlsconttn-
ing the time I was connected with ued. It ls a detriment to the paper
that publication. j carrying It, Is of absolutely no use to
Great Home Puller. . rthe  advertising  manager  or the  ad-
"I found In Spokane that the j vertising agent, as nine-tenths of the
Spokesman-Review published a rate readers don't believe it and It reduces
card, which was rigidly adhered to, ithe pulling power of the paper, which
and sold their reading notices at so "makes a practice of handing lt out
much per line.    I found   the   papers  to everyone who applies
conducted on straight, honest, honor-]
able ancl legitimate methods,, and as
a consequence I want to say right
here that the Daily and Sunday j
Spokesman-Review is one of the best
pullers, in proportion to Its circulation, in the United States today. I
soon discovered other newspapers
published in the west were not so
careful in maintaining their rate carj.
and were dispensing complimentary
reading notices with the hand   of a
prodigal.
Don't  Mind  Mild  Plucking.
"Newspaper men are beginning to
realize now that petty agents are I
getting thicker than flies in huckleberry time���in fact, the complimentary reading notice evil is the most
serious thing we have to contend
with at the present time. \
"We are willing to be plucked to a
reasonable extent for church festivals, charity balls, town developments and booster funds, but it Is
about time we were drawing a line on
some of the shell games that are put
over on us with the O. K. of the business manager or the managing editor
Cannot Sidestep *Em
The phrase, 'news
All advertising rate cards call for
reading notices at so much per line
and I nm glad to say that my training cn the good old Spokesman-Review compels me to stick by
card."
KAFFIR BOY IS KILLED
FOR INSULTING OIRLS
Then  Takes  Him  to  Vacant  Ground
and   Shoots   Him.
Cape Town, June 19.���Public attention is concentrated on the "blacis
peril." A prominent resident of Bula-
wayo, Sam Lewis, went to a local of-
1 flee, had the native boys paraded and
picked out one, who, he alleged, made
overtures to hts girls.
Mr. Lewis calmly marched the na-
iubuob���b    *'ve   *�� vacant   groun<l   behind   tho
tep  *Em. " building and shot him dead.   He then i  ��	
interest' carries  surrendered himself, and was charge!;��:15���Hall'a Prairie, Fern Ridge
some awful  loads  Into  the'columns  with murder, but was released on $15,-1 �����*   "*.zi!?���e.!'*._(JT"!!"
of most of the papers of the country. I <>��0  ball.    Public subscriptions  were
*.--. .m mmmm^a   tendered for his bail while he was In
court, but were not required.
feeling in  Bulawayo seems
(daily except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. 11.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All  points east and   Europe   (dally)  8:30
22:30���All  points east and   Europe   (dally)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Sunday)        8:20
JO: 00���Sapperton     and      Fraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam    (daily  except
Sunday)        8:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (dally    except
Sunday)       11.15
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
the'10:00���Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���AnnlevlIle.  Sunbury (daily
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
10:50���Vancouver,   Piper's    Siding     via     G.     N.     R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (daily  ex-
(dally except Sunday) .14:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day        14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun-   *
tlngton, etc.   (dally except  Sunday)    23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)   9:45
Dressmaking
THE
IX>ST���FROM PASTURE ONE MILE
south ol Eburne on Granville street
'Tight bay gelding flve years old:
-.star on forehead, branded J on ribj
and jaw, hind heels scruffy. Ten
dollars reward for anyone locating
this horse and notifying Central
Transfer, 140 Water street, Vancou
���ver. -'��ki.
Just received the latest Paris \]
fashions ln summer dresses and tailor I.
made suits.    Satisfaction guarantee-!.ll
Mme. Gaultier
513 Columbia Street.
ll Bankof Toronto
FOUND���AUTOMOBILE TIRES ON
Vale Road. Owner may have same
hy proving property and paving e\-
|jenses. Apply Thompson's Livery
Stables.
���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
Tickets on sale June lfi, IT, 21, 21!
*21. 28, 30 and throughout July, August I
and September.
Toronto  Express  leaves    !i:10l
KL Paul, Kootenay &   Okanagan
train  leaves    14:85
Imperial Limited leaves  19:10
Standard  and  tourist sleepers ani
��� observation compartment cars on all
I rains.
For full particulars and rates apply
to <
II. W. BRODIE. E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
Act 'Phon. IU.      Barn   Phons 1*
Begbie Strqet.
ltlfifi   UKiivoiea    promptly    *���
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
PALMER	
GASOLINE ENGINES
iy.  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
t
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSET3   $48,000,000
If any one can tell me how to escape
giving theatres, traveling lecturers
and others any where from two to
ten for one I will give up that I
don't know an em dash from  a mile
heat.
"Even the papers that refuse to accept   theatre  tickets  are   obliged  to
pay tribute to the theatres and so It Is
with almost every display advertisement carried in the paper.
Some Reading Notices Legitimate.
"I  think  we all   understand   that
some   forms   of   the   complimentary
reading   notices   are   legitimate,   as
where  a good  advertiser of  real  estate  or  some  other   commodity  now
and then breaks Into the alleged news
columns we might call this form   of
reading  notice  an  evidence   of  good
measure.    There are other forms of
advertising along the free route and
some of them are distasteful.
"In fact, we cannot eradicate some
ot these evils without reconstructing
society. For example: So long as
social usage designates some men by
their callings and uses a prefix that
tells  every  one   what   business   the
Public   ���  _
almost entirely in Mr. Lewis' favor
and a difficulty is expected to get any
jury to convict him.
An organized attempt to lynch tho
culprit in another case is reported
from the village of Bergvllle in Natal.
I Two women were driving home
from tennis along a country road
when they were held up by a native,
who attempted to molest them. The
I women defended themselves and tha
native bolted.
Indignation meetings were afterward held In the district. The culprit was arrested, and 150 armed
mounted farmers assembled outside
Bergvllle at midnight and demanded
surrender of the prisoner. The police being forewarned, had removed
the native  to  Ladysmith.
The foregoing cases and others
are forcing the whole problem on
public attention, and while the public generally are opposed to lynchings. It is feared that the tendency ln
and   Hazlemere   (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-       ���
urday   9:4i
11:30���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Ot- *.
ter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Coghlan, via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 8:3>)
BUSINESS Dl RECTORY
KURD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board ot Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on tbe tniro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any montft
ly or quarterly meeting. C- ���*
Stuart-Wade, eecretair.
tells  every  one   what   business     ne  ^ d,recUon w���j he dangerously In
man  follows just that long will the d      .       ordinary lawful mens
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
b. a
The I
Royal Bank of Canada I
S-""U.W.::::::!SS
The Hank has 175 brandies,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas
NKW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tlie principal Towns.and
Cities in tlie World,.,
These   excellent   connections
afford, every banking facility.
. New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
JTO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
| 11 p. m. May fi, 16, 27, April 4, 15, 25
j TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
j 11:00   p.   m	
I   WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
T8 a.m Mondav. Wednesday, Friday
|   CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and  Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver,
USE ONLY THE BEST
wmi
PERFUMED
LYE
1
IStHeSTANDARDaitlCle
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making soap, softening water,
removing old paint, dlelnfectlng
I sink*, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A oaa
���quale 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT IWXFo
TORONTO.ONT.
cashier of the businees leok ln vaia
for his bit.
Has Doctors in Mind.
"I suppose you will be surprised
when I tell you I am thinking of the
doctors among others and clo you
know that tliere must have been a
smooth press agent on the job when
the medical profession was born?
Just think what he did at the christening. He labeled every dispenser
of pills and powders by calling���Dr.
Smith, Dr. Jones, Dr. Brown. I
Loaded   the   Dice. I
"Don't you see that they loaded
the dice on us right there, fixed it so
we can't name a single man who
wears a Van Dyke beard without giving liiin a free reading notice. When
the doctors decree that beards carry
microbes, thereby accusing themselves of having infected communities, they meet ancl agree to give the
barber a chance. The newspapers
publish the whole proceedings and
tell how clean and antiseptic every
medico's face is lo be hereafter. Who
ever collected a cent from a doctor
for telling (he public that he now
wears a germ-proof, tiou-infectious
mug? N'o wonder the msdical profession thinks advertising is unethical.
We all agree that it, is both unethical
and ldotlc to pay for what we can get
for nothing. i
Kansas  Editor  Barred   Handle.       I
"Old sol Miller, the noted Kansas
editor, used to grill them for not advertising In the open.    He adopted a
plan of omitting the professional prefix to their names except in one column  of his paper���the   obituary  column.    If they could break Into that.,
as tliey  often   did,  they   were  welcome.    Old   Sol    always   named    tbe
I doctor, the officiating clergyman and
|the  undertaker.    Of course, the   doctors kicked, but the preachers   and
the undertakers were pleased so the
editor always had a majority of two
against  one.    In  every other part of
his    paper  lie  called   doctors  John
Hrown and  Peter Jones, without prefix of suffix, declaring lo the day of
his death that he might as well say
Printer    .loluiBon,    Scavenger   Jones
and Gasfltter Hrown as Dr. Williams.
Definition of Advertising.
"Webster    defines   advertising    as
giving notice   of   advice   or   intelligence; to Inform or apprise.   To give
publlc notice of cr to describe with a
111...       W*WW��H        .....       ....      a.m..B~- -.
creased unless ordinary lawful measures soon place a check on what ls
regarded as a growing menace.
SHOULD GIVE MOKE 1IME
TO CLEARING THE LAND
I, O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
F. Carpenter Says Lakelse   Valley
Is Capable of Sustaining 50,000
People.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
J. F. Carpenter of the department
of agriculture, Victoria, says the
Prince Rupert Empire, says that tho
Lakelse valley alone can sustain bt,
000 people, ijllotlng twenty  acres to
each person. ,        ..
In addition to an excellent son
the climate Is good. J. W. Scott he
expert sent up a few years ago to prepare a report for the *OV<*nmetft,
said of Hie valleys of Lakoelse Ki
aumkalum and the n����Bhb?rh~?thtfr,nt
this   was   the    garden    of    no.them
Britisli Columbia. .   ,..
Mr.  Carpenter Is emphatics   in  Ms
statement  that investment  for ��im
i���g purposes in this countryjannot
result other than profitably  and  that
with the introduction of tbS ��.  i*    _
railway the development of tte Lak
else  and  Kitsumkalum   vail��XJ
rapidly  follow.    The soil Is .u
for mixed  farming   and   iau
Bhould be an ��ped.Weatu e
1 Despite the Initial  cost o
and  preparing  the  soil   tia ^
ment he says Is a��� ��gjjfg fa��rm pro.
A market for ��1  ***����   while
duce can be readRy obtaWe
SSWSlS SBJSBr it can be
carried to an extreme,
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
WHITESIDE. EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and sol citors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston. ____������
WAPR WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
^MARTIN-Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces. Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   ot-
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K C ,
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin, r___	
7 p  HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
'solicitor and notary.  610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     2��
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot MontreaL
H. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.    Room,
MISS M. BROTEN, publlc stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE THtUhS
J
SAGE AND SULPHUR.
Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger
WOMAN HYPNOTIST
THWARTS MANIAC
r:��AD MRS. KERRICK'S SWORN STATEMENT
Static ok New York >
County of Monroe )
Rochester, N. Y.
Nancy A. Herrick, being duly sworn, deposes and
says: When I was a girl 1 bad a head of heavy, long,
dark brown hair which was the envy of my friends and
wliich attracted thu attention and remarks of strangers,
but as I grew older it commenced to come out. When
my hair was quite thin and gray, I was induced by the
many good reports I had heard of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur to try a bottle; and you can imagine my satisfaction when I found my hair was fast coming back to its
natural condition. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur
until my hair was as heavy, dark and smooth as when I
was a girl of sixteen. It is now four years since I began using Sage and Sulphur and my hair is in splendid
condition.
Sworn lo before me this t*fl*
day c/Jalji, taos.
MRS. ANNIE WINDORST, LIVING
NEAR RIDGEWAY, ILL., SUCCEEDS IN GETTING UPPER
HAND OF LUNATIC.
Nolarit Public ��
jfalgrftmtlic.
You Can Look Years Younger by Using
WYETH'S
saGE^SUSPHu*
HAIR   REMEDY
It is an Elegant, Refreshing Dressing
It Makes the Hair Soft and Glossy       It Quickly Removes Dandruff
It Stops Hair Falling and Makes the Hair Grow
It Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
PRICE 50c. AND $1.00 A BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS
II your druggist docs not keep It, Bend ns the price ln stamps, end we will send
yon a large bottle, express prepaid.
FREE
Wyeth Chemical Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y.    4
m
A 25c Cake ol Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone who will send
us this advertisement with 10c in stamps to cover cost ot wrapping and mailing the soap.
Rldgeway, 111., June 19.���Hypnotism I
enabled  Mrs.  Annie  Windhorst,  who
lives on a farm near here, to subdue
a maniac and land him In the Ridge-
way Jail.
The maniac, supposed to he a fugitive from some asylum, rushed into
her house while she was preparing
dinner und said he had received instruction from the Almighty to kill
her and her three young children.
In an Instant the mad man had seized
tho woman by the throat and, forcing
her against the wall, told her to get
down on her knees and pray, adding
that he intended to strangle her.
Mrs. Windhoist. who for years has
been a student of hypnotism, looked
the maniac in the eyes and diverted
his attention. Then she told him to
sit down on a chair near at.hand. The
mad man obeyed and Mrs. Windhorst
stepped outside and calle.l across n
field to a neighbor, Mrs. Fisk, for as
sistance. She returned to the house
and locked her children in a closet.
Subdues   Maniac.
In a moment Mrs. Flak wa3 seen
running to her neighbor's aid with :i
rifle. Mrs. Windhorst shouted to her
to stay away. She then set about
subduing the maniac, who all this
time had sat in his chair, obedient as
a child.
Mrs. Windhorst approached the
maniac from behind and, placing her
hands on his forehead, told him to
close his eyes and roll his eyeballs
upward. Then as she snapped her
fingers, she shouted, "You can't open
your eyes." The maniac tried in
vain. It was an old trick remembered
in a moment of need.
Placed  Under Control.
Mrs. Windhorst, seizing her advantage, then walked in front of the mal
man and, without showing the least
excitement, proceeded to put him
completely under her hypnotic pow-
er. In a few minutes his arms hung
limp by his sides and he was reduced
to the state of a manikin, ready to do
her slightest bidding   .
Mrs. Windhorst then harnessed a
team of horses to a buggy and commanded her "subject" to get in, a?*er
which she Induced sleep in the
maniac and drove with him to the
jail, where he was lockpd up.
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The Golden Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company.
This sign on a can of Kvaporated Cream stands for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality and Uie greatest purity, the finest flavor and
the greatest power of nutrition. For infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and imalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
is a luxury. It is equal to the tiest of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many purposes it is infinitely supirior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take no chances.
U&ndsfne booklet of valuable information to mothers and nurses sent/r/�� upon application.
Sold by "Best Grocers  E-tJcrytsrhere '
ST. CHARLES  CONDENSING COMPANY M      Iniorsolt. Ont
HOW THIS POOR
WOMAN SUFFERED
Saved By A Friend
RcsTLCsa und Nervous and
Sleepless Mir Nights.
There is a lesson In this letter of Misw
Balcombe's that should be taken to heart by every
woman who is weak and nervous���who is tortured
with Headaches and liackachcs���and especially if
she knows she has Kidney or Bladder Troubles.
Hundreds and hundreds of women are well
and strong today solely because taejp did just
what Miss Balcombe did.
Port I>t rrERW, N.S.
"I was troubled with Kidney Disease for
several years. 51 y back wa3 weak. I had terrible
headaches, and was so restlc s that I could not
sleep at night. At last, a friend told me about
Gin Pills. I, at once, got a b:>x and after taking
them, I felt better���after taking three boxes, I
vvas cured. I would advise everyone suffering,
from Kidney Trouble, to take Gin tills".
ETHEL BALCOMBE.
Nomination Ballot
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the office of the Daily News will count for
ONE THOUSAND VOTES.
Name of Candidate	
Street   No	
City    	
District   No	
Only one of these ballots will be placed to the credit of any one
candidate.
Ems
OSLERBIGHMOUTHj
SIEEHffi ML'
NEW ZEALAND PRISON
PAYS ALL EXPtNSfS
Peculiar    Institution     Self-Supporting
Under    New    Statute    Showing
Mercy to Convlete.
You don't even have to boy Gin Pills to try
them. We have such faith in their wonderful curative properties that we will
send you a trial sample, absolutely free. Simply write ns that you have Kidney
Trouble, Bladder Disease, Pain in the Back, Swollen Joints, Neuralgia or
Headaches, Rheumatism or Lumbago���and we will mail you a free sample of Gin
Fills. You can thus see for yourself just what tliey will do. Then buy the
regular size boxes at your dealer's and continue the treatment until Gin Pill*
cure you. 50c. a box���6 for $2.50���and remember this���every box of Gin Pills
is sold on a positive guarantee of money back if they fail to cure. Buy six boxes
at your dealer's and take them according to the directions on enclosed wrapper.
If after taking the six boxes, you feel that Gin Pills have not helped you in any
way, take the empty boxes to your dealer, and your money will be returned
without question. We rely on your sense of fair play and will take your word
fci it   National Drug and Chemical Co. Dept. B.C.   Toronto. go
MANGA-TONE BLOOD AND NERVE TABLETS  make rich, red
blood ���soothe the nerves���and sharpen the appetite.   50c. a box.
Who Said
Cray Hair Is First Sign of Age.
Harmless Remedy Restores
to Natural Color,
Daily News Scftsdule of Votes
Daily News by Carrier���
Three months. $1.00 500 vote.
Six months. ��2.00   1.600 votes
Twelve months, $4.00  *,000 votei
Two years, $8.00  K'.OOO votes
Three  vears,  $12.00    20,000  votes
Four vears, $16.00    40,000 votes
Five vears, $20.00    80,000 votes
Daily Xews by mail���
Six mnntlis, $1.50   1,500 votes
Twelve months, $l!.0it 4,000 votes
Two years. $(',.00   10,000 votes
Three years.  $9,00    20,000 voter.
Four years, $12,00    40,000 votes
Five years,  $15.00    80,000 votes
Daily Xews by carrier at $40.00, we
0 Ior isn't tho only man who turns
!own old nizi*. In the business world the
'young i:).-Mi" is ntwnys the one who
ilefcs the plums. It is an ago of "new
bought," "new talent," etc., and the
Id man Is pr.sred by ia the race.
<>!.'��� of ihe first rLms of coming nge Is
J.        .:.:::  i of g
.'. ���. nc'. pre���.   ..
��� 1 Sulphur I! .:.- Remedy will correct
:���-��� yt-.ri. nliith ro often deceives people
1 thlnl lag tl- .t r.fr? is really upon
���     I' !   :; well-known f nt that Snge
1 ' nin'iar will dnrken the hnir.   Wy-
:���-".��� nn.i Sulphur combines these
-.,.,   remedies   with   other   agents,
eh remove dandruff and promote the ,   f
. th of the hair.
e   manufacturers   of  this   remedy
���"  tli-' druggists to sell  it  under
 i ������  thnt  tho money will be re*
le 1 if it  falls to do exactly as rep
Ited.
'i;   preparation   Is   offered   to   the
' lie  at   fifty   cents a  bottle,  nnd    is
mmonded and sold by all druggists.
For ten years subscription to ���	
will allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subscription to the Daily Xews by mail, at $30.00, we
will allow 200,000 votes.
Special
II. Ryall .
WEEKLY NEWS SCHEDULE OF VOTES.
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Two years, $2.00	
Three years, $11.00 	
Four   years,   $4.00   	
Five years, $5.00  	
For ten years subscriptions to tli e Weekly XewB at $10.00 we will give
15,000 votes.
. 500 voles
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3,000 votes
.4,000 votes
. .5,000 vote.*
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AUTOMOBILE CONTEST   B G�����d ��mii j���. u, 1911H
FOR MISS OR MRS	
Address    	
DISTRICT NO	
Coupons must be In ballot box before expiration   date and  trimmed
or they will not be counted.
Something New in I
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
lifteen minutes,
</ '1 and bring to a
"i'i polish by light
rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work���no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, nnd water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try itl Be
sura to ask for the genuine
Wellington, N. Z., June 19.���Tbere
j is at least cne prison ln New   Zealand which   is   self-supporting.   This
is  partly   the  result  ot   the   crimes
amendment act, which was Introduced
last  year   by  Dr.  Findlay,  the attorney-general,  who  is  now  in  Kngland
with   Sir   Joseph   Wart.     New   Zea-
I land's prime minister, fpr the imper-
! iai  coronation.    The act  makes  comprehensive provision  for  the classifl-
I cation  and  reformative  treatment  of
I criminals.    Under it any person con-
hairs.  When you | vlcted of an indictable offense may be
Wyeth's Sage ' sentenced   to  a  term  of   reformative
detention not exceeding ten years, or
to three years if summarily convicted.
The act Is administered by a prisons
board, which has the power to make
recommendations to the governor for
the discharge or release   on   probation of persons undergoing sentences
*,*   reformative   detention.      Persons |
detained under the provisions of the
act are paid wages for their labor, so
that  when release!  they   find themselves in the possession of sufficient
money to encourage them to start life
again honestly.    If the prisoner is a
married man part of his earnings go
to the support of his wife and family.
Some years ago the New Zealand
government inaugurated   a sytem of
tree-planting in prison camps ln forest land, and Dr. Findlay, had considerably extended this idea.   There are
now four large prison camps In New
Zealand to which prisoners are sent
frnm the principal New Zealand jails,
and there employed In tree planting
and other bush work under the direction  of  warders, Invercarglll  Jail ln
the south island, is self-supporting.
BOVRIL ?
Agents,   D. S. Curtis and
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tbe Usiest Applies Floor Finish
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior. s
'Phone R672
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEW8
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your*kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs.
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying mate vial*
in just the right pro- \
portions to cleanse ^^?
easily, vigorously, ^2^
and without harm to. ~~M
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMEAN3T
*        Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
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/THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAV, JUNE 20, 1911.       -
Tne uaily News [(MAN LINERS STILL
���grow in mm
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner    of    McKenzie   and   Victoria I
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
UQ"Nlfc})T*BEl> 4
HAMBERG-AMERICAN LINE WILL
BUILD SECOND STEAMER OF
FIFTY THOUSAND TONS REG
ISTER���WILL    BEAT    OLYMPIC
SPANIARD IS SEEKING
TO REACH NORTH POLE
Senor Gisbert Trying to Raise   Funds
for Excursion  Into the
Arctic.
(gron
TEA
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
POLICE AFFAIRS.
Mali-id, June IU.���Just a year from
**************************************************  I ����W ,t',!ere WiU 8tart   "����������   Spain
  ?,SS    o exi,edlu��a to the North Pole
under Senor Gisbert. if he can raise
New York, June 19.���Now that the'1'10 "pessary |510,000.     The Spanish
I mammoth  White Star iiner Olympic I �����s' *')l'lcaI society has appointed a
has  started  service  it  I.  anerestin,!^^^ ln   commemoration     or    ��
Uo note that t^^t^WlcM^ ��kl��i^^WLS^eko^ of King George V
, line which  ls building   a   50,-000-ton i explorer of his keen Interest (1d;j���      ,   ��u        &     .      b   ���i
I steamer has decided to build at Stet-   thGl'^ ~ntend�� that   by following    R d��WayS     haVe. PUt ,0n   *h*
tin a secon.l steamer of   the   same | island?. ��lthe -Kram as far as th0marl��*   ��   coronation   tm   of
In
of   tl
it
���^���H p^p^p] ""    .*    ****iiui    Dicuuiei     ui       Uie      Same I   Isl'llllly    rat    V . utl    '*S   Mln ..      .     ��     v..      ..
The provision of an automobile for   *onn ThlB announcement ls con.  ����� * J��* * ;^ia   thence   pro-most picturesque  and exquisite
the use of Fire Chief Watson. Is   a   sldered  of  interegt  because   |t I the   JJJ�� ZZ^TfnT ��**����*,   bearing   excellent   por-
wlee step on the part of the council, i geBtB Ulat the ^ Qf ^ ^ ^  working steadily north! the  SpaStraits of King George V, Queer
Md with the motor fire engine which   .;un ln earnt,t    The flrst   Hambur^ShTn S yS&VS? 'V" ^"7 a'ld the Pri""  ��*?^a,es
has also been installed places the fire    \mori^a��   i****tm*\*��*m    u    -     ���  *.     *   *    ~���  - fc"v ;cam ur oe verv rina�� -       t  . .  '.
fighting equipment of the city in   -i  Amfr,���n  '����,atta����. lc   M intended    to it. De very cl0SeSpecial panels have been designer
much more efficient state than it has \ Olympic.      Tbe    Cunard     company,I the Spaniards "to do"whaT'so'8'" ol,TCVT.cscnunS    ^anaua,    inaia
been before.   The expenditure for this   whose Aijuitanlu is shortly to be put! other   nations    have    flbne--DUtn'Africa,     Australia     and      Nev
Improvement ln the service has met   ln, ,hand on  the Clyde, are   credited   money for a big Arctic entermlse iln Zealand,
.���  __j    ___ i with a desire to go a Ittle better.        points  out   thai   st-.*.**..   "5.    .. .u      ���   .
with general commendation and    ap
proval.   Hut we think the provision of
witli a desire to go a Ittle better.
Cunard  Careful.
At all events, the Cunard-company
points  out  that  Nansen's  expedition
Wt   199.000.   Peary's   cost   fiBR.    ~"*'   "  '"7
*, ���   i        .-..j I ohackleton's   |276,000,   Cant   s���ir��')een imported.
a similar  means of ready transit is   have taken elaborate   precautions   to   present Antarctic   trip   1200 000        I      " ' '
also necessary for the police depart-   keel�� the exact size of their new boat  Lieut.     Filchner's   1280 000 '   There
ment.    In fact It is not too. much   to : l�� "��^lves.      Tbr   Implication   Is  fore he considers his appeal' for *15(N
.*. . .*. .,,,..      .     La m,     i that the>' mean t0 have the biggest   0U�� Is modest for so urent ��,, ���,.,i���
say that the possibility of rehiring   ahlp ,n   thc  world      The, Hamburg-   taking. gmt a" uudei"
the city  police force as efficient as> American, of course, may   reply   by j     It will take eight months   at 1
it should be Is made difficult by the   making its second big steamer a lit-  to make the necessary arrangements'
want of a ready means of conveyance] '!e blf!fer thau ,lle Atiultania, and the' and if the money is forthcoming;  the
��� ��� .    . Cunard  may produce something still   ship,  the  Banana   win  i.���   ,������ i    .
Calls, however urgent and    however   Iar{,er when the tJme comes   * ^JsU\t in ^Jj*TO|     ���   be   'ead>' to
distant   must   perforce   be  answerel   the Atiultania a sister ship. The vista
unless it happens ��������� that-   r of a keen contest ls clearly, opened up
Only a limited number have
en imported.
Price 60c for one pound tins
At Best Shops
RID0W&yS
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, 8ASH,   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINI8H,
TURNED WORK, FI8H  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  13/
on   foot,
street car runs conveniently near the   A, !lttle whlle "S�� the competition waa
DIGS UP FRESCOES
IN   OLD  POMPEII
Rome, June  1!).���Prof.   Oscar
| statement that It is maklng'a bid for! covery that has  stirred" the  interest
| of all experts and collectors
Prof. Mathiesen accidentally learn-
the state had at once put its mark
upon it so as to reserve the excavation to itself.
He found the frescoes well preserved and of full size, representing Rao
... _ chiefly in the matter of speed.    It ls
place whence the   summons   comes.'      .,���!���������������    Tk   ���,      "'"l-u-    "��� ls	
* ,     .   ,    ,     .   ,,,.  j so no longer.   The Olympic makes no      'tome, June  1!).���Prof   Osrnr    vi.,
Rogues and criminals of all kinds, and, attempt to outvie the swift Cunard- thiesen, the well-known Danish naini
Jn whatever condition must.; also be , ers. The Hamburg-American com-1 <"'", who is In Pompeii just now mik
taken to the cells on foot, though, we   l18"?   has   officially   rop\itlate.l   the! ine fresco studies, h:is hit upon a dis
believe, in serious cases a conveyance ' statement that it is maklng'a bid for   ��� ""  '
. ���    ..    ,   ,,,.   .  .. ..     ! the blue riband  of the Atlantic.     A
is occasionally hired. What the police   speed   of  somewhere   about    twenty-
of this city need and need badly ls a flve knots like the Alauretania,' ed that a peasant womTn'' while die
patrol wagon, and if this were of a ' wl" distinguish the leviathans of the 8'ns in her garden, had come upon an
modern type with motor equipment it! fll,t"re- Eve�� the Cunard company j old zinnober colored wall and tha:
*,ra ia  v.    ���n .i, - .. i     m        wlu  be content with  the more  eco-    h" "*"'- '���-���*��� luac
would be all the more useful.    New   nomlcal rate in the case o�� the A(JU��
Westminster Is getting too extensive  tania.
in area and too largely populated   to No  "�����*��� War.
admit of the old style go-afc-ypu-please I .. Thtre LB a Krowlng conviction that  , ,������.������������,
methods being any longer 'suitable.      0omnoS��P ^h^ h".^   compa'nie��   *��" fc auhd Ariadne- "cenes   of female
..,.��� ... ,,       ...        ���       compose  their differences,, and   that   slaves  bearing  bread and  winn  ani
While on this question of the police,) there will be no rate war In the au-' children studying their"Lois f.m
we should like to say that it seems   tumn as has been feared. At the same'Papyrus rolls���all of the greatest art
to us the council and the police com-) time. it can scarcely be said that thel Istic  merit.    Prof.   Mathiesen   is  of
mittee do not give that attention and ! ISfStS^i ��! ^V^ haVe di8aPPeared-! ��P11��ion they were done by a Greek
support    to this   department   ot the* ZZVtTL   sZrZ?   ^Ib^i?".1" *T*~   ^   ls 2
..  ,��� ' c| manaing   that   the   steerage    pooling I best find ever made in PomDeii   the
citys affairs which is required.   Tot , agreement   made   three- years    and \ 'amous Vettie house not excluded
instance, it is Just upon two   years'more ago shall  unlergo   radical   re- 	
since the necessary money was voted i vision-   Since that date the whole as-   A��MY LIFE  TOO DULL;
by by-law for the provision of a new' %*��1   HSL 5Hf���S    ^u     haS G��ES 'NT�� BUS|NESS        	
���        : .. I changed.    The exodus from the con- ���	
police station  and court, yet not    a  tlnent to the United States has large-      Toronto,   June   19,-t    g     Leith       ni..
step has been taken towards improv-' ly diminished in bulk.   Canada is the   whose   home    Is    in    Aberleenshr Distrlct lot  *71> corner Sixth ave-
ing a condition of things that has long1 C0l!ntD' that attracts, as "is proved by I Scotland.and   who   formerly    held    a nue and Twentieth street.
been a disgrace to the city.   We were' J!16 r��tlT of ,both the White Star and   commission in the Gordon Highland      New cutoff run8 through   property
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and reference. Though application for \ 5??Jl^^ ,]P��n a **X of nBUre8 aP"       M.T'  Leith  ha8  explained    that    ha      Just 2" lot'B on tb�� �����>.h7Ji..
tbis   much   needed  volume  has  been  Pr ^h ^WJ^i?***thnt   bVcS htl8trmmlB8ion in *�� ��S -ubdlvlelon and
���    . .. ,       pnusn  lines bave  to hand  over too   because  at the  present   dav   nm���,;
made   more   than   once,   the   matter   large a part of their earnings. ' ,i"na   ��� '��� -        ���    ��� ProI"o-
cven having been mentioned publicly j	
a few  months ago by the magistrate; FINDS PEARL  NECKLACE
to one of the aldermen who happenel! GETS   HANDSOME   REWARD
to be present, the court has still to
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MEADS'
Subdivision
t P. BURNS & CO.
{  'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St
ALBERT CRESCENT.
Now that the    work in connection
with  the  improvement of
| his home in  Canada for a considei
able period of time
j New York, June 19.���Thomas Merely upon an ancient editioji pf this Giss a be)lboy jn the Hotei piaza,
important collection of statutes. There; found a pearl necklace valued at $10,-
iire some other matters pertaining to1 Ot'O in the lobby of the hotel. It had
the police dejartment of this city ,)efn '��st ^ ^s- * S. Raymond,
^ ' ,. ,   ! wife   of   a  wealthy   manufacturer, a
which strike us as standing sadly in  gUest I
need of attention. "      "Look what I found," said McGiss I       0**r*, uuuc   ��u.���nu   amena
  ! to another bellboy,   as he showed him ' ment to the federal constitution fcr-
the pearls.    "Think   they are  worth I bidding  polygamy  is  proposed   in   a
money?" '   "' I memorial  from  the  Nebraska Ipgisla-
"Sure," was the reply.   "Those are'ture presented to the house today "y
pearls.    They are worth a bunch   0f)sPeaker  Clark.     The memorial   "r0.
Columbia  coin," poses that a constitutional convention
Btreet from Fourth street to-Leopold       McGiss   hurried   to  the   desk   and1 |�� called to submit the matter to the
,���W... ud] promotions were slow, and he saw more
opportunities for a man to distinguish
himself in business than with the colors during times of peace.    The life
tlie   army   became after    a   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
time.
Mr. Leith ha.s become interested the terms are very easy, viz; one-
in business, and he intends to make, quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 21
his home in  Canada' fnr n rnmHw. months.
Prices range from
$700 up
EH. BUCKLIN N. HEARDSLEE, W  P  H   BIIPKI lv
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.        Vice-President.' Sec. InS TrS.   '
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD. "
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phone.    ISI3.    7    *rari    077        OM..._.       _        . - "-MHIUBr
Ph��"" N3' 7 *"d 877'   8h'"��'��. 8..h, Doors,  Mou,d,������"ttc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 281.
Phones, Office 15 and 10.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Po'ygamy Not Popular.
Washington, June   15.���An   amend
If you wish to secure a lot in this
choice subdivision you will have to
hurry!  hurry!  hurry!
a  gave the necklace to the clerk.    Mrs I states.
Place is advanced to the stane of    ��   ,, ,    , ���  ���   ., .^_mt^Ba*m
.    ..       ,,        , ,,     ,   ...        ,   Itaymond also stood at   the desk incompleted sidewalk, and the laying of   qulrlng .,))0llt her loss      As the boy
a. portion of the new double car-track, gave  the necklace  to   the  clerk  she
one is  able  to judge of the general recognized it at once.    Mrs. Raymond
��� effect  of the entire plan.    We must ��ave the bellboy   fin, telling him to
..... ... wait  until  she  returned.      Presently
:say we consider that a great mistake Rhe came b;u.k wUn m mote^ whk.h
has been made in entirely destroying   |s the biggest tip McQiss has received
the curve at the base of Albert Cres-   since he got his Job.
cent.    Though it was necessarv to re-       Tho  woman   wore  the necklace   to
dinner. It was attachedto her lorgnette by a slender gold chain and in
a way she cannot explain the necklace slipped form her throat as she
was entering tha dining room. The!
lobby usually is crowded at the dinner   hour   and    many   persons    must j
  have   seen   it   on   the   carpet,       She
of smaller degree instead of this direct   didn't miss it  miiil one of hor friends I
line wliich has the effect of creating  called her attention to Its Absence
in^le  where the existence of    a
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone  696. 622 Columbia  street.
duce tlie curve in order to increase
(the width of the roadway at this
point, we Cannot see that it was imperative for so straight a line to be
cut across here. It would surely have
been sufficient to have made a curve
-Ull 	
ciine is evident. Tlie substitution of
this utilitarian plan for the graceful
curve lias destroyed what was a most
pleasing and artistic feature of th3
city, and luis effectually put an end
to any scheme for treating this fine
open space in u successful and dignified way by its transformation into a
public garden in the future.
HAS  UNBOUNDED TRUST
IN STEAMROAT PROPERTIES!
SUES JOURNAL
FOR  ALLEGED  LIBEL
Thut   the   gold   prospects    throughout   the Hope-Steamboat distiict are
as good as in any mining camp In the
world is the opinion of V. T. Williams
an   Australian,    who has   operated  in
the    CoolgaTdle    mines    in    Western
Australia;   in  North   Rhodesia  in  the
i interests   of   the   Rhodes   mines,   in
Rawhide,    Nevaada,    in    tlie    Sunset
| Creek district Nome, and  in  the famous  iron  deposits of  Vladivostok,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Siberia.    Mr. Williams is now operat-
| lng in the neighborhood of "23-Mlle"
Ottawa,   June   19.���The   statement   ,uui has brought out   some   excellent.
��>f claim action of W, T. R. Preston   samples from that district.
against the Ottawa Journal and P. D.;     "i consider," said  Mr. Williams to
Ross,  editor,  for   alleged   libel,  has   the Hope News and Gold Trail, "that
heen   flled.       The  Journal    editorial   the district, and   particularly   in the
said in connection with Preston's al   neighborhood   of  'Twenty-three,'  has
legations  thatSir Charles Fitzpatrick   equaL possibilities with any of the:sue-
bad  made statements detrimental to  fe8Bfui  camps  I   have   operated   in.
the proposal  of Dutch capitalists in-   The formations,  with  little  variance,
vesting ln the West, that IJjJepafrick   are of similar nature, but thia camp
was the most recent member honored   jjosseKses one advantage over any I
by  inclusion in   W.  T.  R.   Preston's   qyer saw in the immense amount of
An;.ni;.s rllfb. And Preston clalms'the   valuable timber available for mining
���Jotimiil   editorial    also   recommends   purposes and In the unlimited water
Jt.hu government to dismiss him.    He  power."
aClaivna !:ve thotiraiul dollars damages.
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IF YOUR LOCAL DEALER
 ���     SAYS HE HAS
Wf    "SOMETHING JUST AS GOOD'.'
W     COMPARE THEM. N'OTETHE
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AND YARDAGE .NUMBER OF POCKETS
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YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR
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I can give you full Informal ion.   The rates are low.
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INSURANCE  SPECIALIST
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New  Westminster, B. C. TUESDAY, JUNE 20. 1911
COMPLETING PLANS
fOR NEXT ENCOUNTER
���REFEREE  PROBLEM  NOW UNDER
CONSIDERATION ��� VALUABLE
MEDALS HUNG UP FOR TEAMS;
DURING   CORONATION   GAME8.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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��� BASEBALL. *
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Monday, June 19.
At     Victoria���Vancouver    8,     Vic-
ttoria 1.
At  Seattle���Seattle  11,  Spokane 4.
At Portland���Portland 4, Tacoma 'I
Tho coronation matches may be the
means whereby a deal of friction in
the league games will be ended.   The
telephone  wires  were kept    burning
yesterday   between   the  managers  of
the   respective   organizations   regarding neutral referees acting on Thursday  and  Saturday.    It would  hardly
be wise at this stage to publish names
which have been mentioned from the
Vancouver centre, as Manager Welsh
during a visit to tlie Capital will confer wilh some of the lacrosse officials
thyre,  and  endeavor  to  secure    two
who will act not only In the exhibition
games this week, but providing they
aciiuit    themselves   rightly    will    be
given  a  contract  for  the  remainder
of the league season.
The Westminster View.
Mr. Welsh, speaking to  tbe  Dally
News yesterday on tiiis subject, said
that from the very first he had    endeavored to get the D. C. L. A. Officials to appoint two refugees for each
match, but his advice had been turned
down.   He was hopeful, however,   of
meeting qualified and capable whistle
holders in Victoria   who    would see
that as matters stood at this time, It
was imperative that a change must be
made.    Two referees had    been    demanded by    players   ancl    spectators
alike and  this must be answered If
the national game was to maintain its
strong hold on the people of this province.    Sportsmen had by their attendance at the matches up to date shown
that they appreciated and enjoyed the
great game provided it was handled
in the right manner, and tbe officials
also appreciating    this  must    strain
every nerve to maintain this feeling
and respect for tho game.
Possible Change*.
Although Westminster officials have
not yet made the composition of their
team publlc It Is rumored that places
may hie found for Pete Latham. Charlie   Galbraith,    Buck    Marshall    and
Hughie Gifford.    At nny rate,    whatever the team may be, a strong com
blnation will be sent over for the two
games.    On  Thursday  the face-off  is
set for three o'clock, and the Salmon
Hellies  will  have  their  headquarters
at-the St. Francis hotel.
Special cars will be run from the
Royal City on Thursday and Saturday
by the B. C. E. R. for the two matches.
Costly Souvenirs.
His worship. Mayor Taylor, in commemoration of the great event which
the two matches wlll celebrate, bas
presented fifteen costly and specially
manufactured gold medals, and these
will go to the team scoring the most
goals In tho series. Not only will the
winners secure these rare charms,
imt the winning club will take the
long end of the gate receipts, so lt behoves Westminster fans to be present
and root for the world's champions,
end thus assist materially In two
ways to bring home the trophies to
Westminster,
Fred Lynch, Acting Manager.
Owing to the absence of Manager
C. A. Welsh in Victoria, the executive
of the Salmon Bellies have appointed
Alderman Fred Lynch to manage the
team on both days, and the selection
Is on all hands looked upon
.splendid one.
The senior amateurs will hold a
practice this evening at Queens park
In view of the game at Vancouver
on Thursday morning, and a team
will be chosen after the try-out. Two
changes  in  the  line-up  are  likely.
SYNDICATE SEEKS
TREASURE AT SEA
RECIPROCITY'S CHANCES
ARE BRIGHT IN SENATE
Chairman Expects to See 8lxty Favorable Votes Cast for the
Proposal.
tAommk
Washington. D. C, June 19.���Chairman Penrose of the Senate committee after conference with President
Taft confirmed the report that sixty
senators are expected to vote for the
Canadian reciprocity and predicted
that within two weeks a date for n
vote would  be agreed on.    He gave
HALL OF WM. RUfUS
AGAIN SCENE OF DISTORT
Memorable     Imperial    Gathering    In
Westminster   Hall���Lord   Rosebery  as Orator.
London, June 19.���There was a
memorable gathering today In Westminster hall, which as the chairman,
Lord Rosebury; pointed out, according to tradition had been built by
William Rufus and certainly was tbe
scene of the trial of Warren Hastings
and where Stratford and his master
confronted    their    Judges.      Politics
Divers    Brave    Marine    Dangers
Reach  Treasure  on   Lost  British   Cruiser.
    .,.,.     ,,,.  ,;,,.,;   w,.i.��uu!u     ineir    judges.       Politics
the president a detailed report of the were 'aid aside when in that historic
situation in the senate and declared chamber, lords, commoners and mem-
the bill would be passed without bers of every bome party, entertained
amendment. I at luncheon the visiting members of
Later Mr. Penrose Issued a formal   parliament   of   the   overseas   domin-
( statement In which he said: Ions,  members of  the imperlal  con-
to "A careful canvass of the Senate feronce also being guests, including
shows that sixty members of substan- Sir Wllfird Lander, who sat on the
tially two-thirds of the Senate are in ' left of the chairman with Speaker
favor of the reciprocity bill and more I Lowther and Senator Sir Mackenzie
than that number will be opposed to | Howell on the other side.      Premier
Ham    mmm* *^m*m^^^^^
the root amendment.   The senate will
^^^^^^ I hold dally sessions from now on, and
Amsterdam. June 19.���Aided by, during the next two weeks great prog-
the lino weather, a syndicate Is mak-i ress ought to be made toward reaching desperate efforts to recover the. ,n�� a ,lnal vo,e on the measure.   The
...    .      ,,, -r Ann     *>"' wl" ,je passed at an early   date
treasure, reputed to be worth |B,000j. Ulthoilt amendment. It would be
000, that went down in the British we|i Jf )t COnld be passed before the
cruiser Lutine, 11L' years ago.    Since! Canadian   parliament   reassemble   ln j
31- years ago. ^^^^
that time various syndicates have re
covered $1,000,000, but the cruiser
carried $5,000,000 more when she
left Great Yarmouth in 1799.
On the first day of the present enterprise a diver.nearly lost his life. A
huge suction pump, specially designed for this task, had removed thousands of tons of sand from the vessel, baring hor stern at last. Then
the diver descended to explore the
deck.    Suddenly the weather became
the latter part of July.
"The probabilities are that the wool
bill will reach the sehate in a few
days and the finance committee will
be called together for the purpose of
considering the wool bill and the so-
called free list bill.
"It Is well understood that the tariff board has been hard at work Investigating the wool schedule and
was ready to report next December.
It is not reasonable, therefore, to expect   that   the   Republican
Botha and Lord Strathcona were
neighbors at Premier Asqulth's table
while at 'another of the main tables
were Sir Frederick Bqrden, Premiers
Morris, Roblln and Sifton, Sir L. Gouln, Hon. P. Brodeur, and Senators
Power, Lougheed, Watts and Casgrain.
Lord Rosebury described tbe gathering as a meeting of the home backwoodsmen with tbe backwoodsmen of
the dominions and delivered acharac-
terlstically witty speech. He did not
believe    any    parliament    had    yet
i reached its  final shape.      The   prln-
! clple of the empire allowed each part
to settle  Its own   affairs,  but  there
' was an interest higher and common
to all���the Interest of the empire.
j "What were we doing to make ourselves worthy of our inheritance?
bad and in a few moments the diver's I F��� L . e   Rfpublican    majority i Ibe imrerial conference might we not
signals to the tug ceased. im . ...wlf   .   ,1 utake up the w��o1   8ee the germ of a greater conclave
Another diver immediately prepar-' \\ "J .7 tariff board report shall  representing common imperial aspira-
ed to go to the rescue and was about      .*Th.efen "J"1���?: I tlonf and reflecting the unity of the
to go overboard when the missing I '. I * I"" opcns up a wld�� emplre Permanently, thus forming the
mans boots were seen coming to tbe ���"g 0f ,,. d'scussion and the 11- most august parliament the world had
surface, followed by the man himself ��* L commi,,te.e is ln rece|f)t of num-1 ever seen. He believed some day
in a state of exhaustion. When his f^^fquests from all over the coun- they would wake up to find'them-
helmet  had  been  removed   he   told ' ���7*f'^/0r ^ea:ln.g8,��n the numer-
ous schedules of that bill. As no hearings on the bill were given by tho
House committee, it is only reasonable that opportunity should be permitted the various manufacturing interests concerned to present ~ielr
statements to the Senate committee
and at as early a date as nossible, the
how the tide had changed cn the
wreck and had entangled his life
line so that he could not move It. His
air line kept free, however, and he
allowed hls diving suit to become Inflated so that he floated to the surface, feet foremost.
CASE FOUGHT IN COURT
FOR FOUR DECADES
selves a federated emnire. Senator
Bowell said such a gathering augured
well for the future unity of the empire.
THOUSAND POUNDS PRIZE
FOR   SAFETY   LAMP
Mlddletown, X. Y.. June 19.���Called as a witness In a lawsuit which
was started forty years ago, former
Alderman Joshua Oldroyd left this
city for Bridgeport, Conn. Alderman
OMroyd is nearly so years old, but
his mind Is perfectly clear as to
tilings that took place when he was I
a young man. i
He was a resident of Bridgeport, I
Conn., In 1871, and was connected 1
with a mill in which water power I
was used. A dispute arose as to the
water power and despite the fact that
the mill ceased years ago, the fight
over water rights has been continued
in the courts to this day.
Alderman Oldroyd is the only living witness who can testify as to the
facts ln the case.
,,, .,-. . .. ~'-r���t"2T"\ Ottawa, June 19.���In order to en-
committee will hod such hearings so coura pl.oduct|on of safe, efficient
far as will be pacticable between   he   t of electric , for '���, ���
long and continuous sess ons of the coliiely propr,et0r has placed at the
fenu��, ?*. Ae,yoe t0 the. reu!P!��P' disposal of the secretary of state for
ity bill, the early passage of which is the home depBrtment a sum of ��1000
the first consideration of the present, t0 be offered for the beBt lamp fllHng
certain requirements. The nature ot
the requirements and other particulars In connection with the competition for the prize may be obtained
from the department of external affairs at Ottawa,   .
session."
For spring plants and cut flowers
phone Davles and Sen, Hoists. Phcne
897. �����
(TAINTING AT ALTAR.
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���dyspepsia. They re-inforce the stomach by supplying the active principles
needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.
50c. a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us 50c.
and we will mail you a box. 33
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as    a
RACING AT MINORU PARK.
First   Day,   Monday,  June   19,   Under
Auspices of B. C. Thoroughbred
Association.
First race, five furlongs���1, Arthur
llyman; 2, Semproelle; 3, Phosphorous.    Time 1.02 1-5.
Second race, flve furlongs���1, Mazie
Girl; 2, Sir Fretful; .!, Velma C.
Time 1.01 4-5.
Third race, six furlongs���1, Jesslp-
bum; 2, Judge Henderson; 3, Native
Son.   Time 1.14 3-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs���1, Military Man; 2, Fire; '���',. Footloose. Time
1.16 1-5.
Fifth race, one mile���1, Colinet; :'.
Ocean Queen; '.', Itoy Junior. Time
1.41 3-5.
Sixth race, one mile and seventy
years��� l. Plgent; i', Bell Cliff; 3.
Matador.   Time i.n: 4-5.
Philadelphia, June 19.���Miss Juan-
. lta Brown, of Homevllle Pa., died at
the Hahnemann hospital here within
four hours after she had stood with
her prospective husband before 3
clergyman who bad started to perform the wedding ceremony. Appendicitis caused the young woman's
death. Miss Brown was to have
been married today to Howard Wilson Dickson, of Oxford, Pa.
The guests hud assembled in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas West
Brown, her parents, nnd the ceremony
had started when the young woman
fainted.
Garden Hose,
Lawn Mowers.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerator?,      |  .
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give tis a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Sons of England
All members of tlle above order are
particularly requestsd to attend the
Coronation parade to be held in Vancouver on the 22ndi This being an
event every Englishman should be
deeply interesl ed in, a large attendance is looked for. Any patriotic
Englishman who is not a member oi'
the S. O. E. society, and is not taking
part In the parade' with nny friendly
society will be heartily welcomed to
join in the para.le with the above
society. A very handsome souvenir
badge will be given all those taking
part in  the parade.
F. W. PURVIS. President.
H.  DISNEY, Secretary.
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
'Corner   Fourth   Ave.   and   Second   St.
BREAD SPECIALISTS.
��� / Phone 435.
ON MORTGAGES
Agreements?fSale
PURCHASED
AT REASONABLE
RATES and TERMS
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
Ik* WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Mull or Muslin Dresses, in
white and colors, prices from $4.35 up
Ladies' Repp, Shambray and Ging-
!?am 5^es�� a11 in good colors
from $3.00 up.
Ladies' Waih Skirts in white and color, from $1.65 up
A. J. Birtch, 617 Columbia Street
���
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River lt is a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast  Speed Launch "Vile"
<*utnj*iA)wf-^viVut/ &^~***r**r* r\f~^-*f^i*r*ai'v-*i>r*ij'^*^^f'^f-*j~^^tyf~*a*^^
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phones ,1,117, R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,  ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Pbone 623.
Hindoo Rheumatism Oil
.. Stops all aches and pains, bruises and burns, etc., Jn a tew second*,
and is the best for r'leunnfism, JumbafO, sciatica and stiff and swollen joints unless the trouble lies deep within ihe htmt*. Absolutely
harmless.    Contains ns injurious drug.   Froni ali druggists.
INDIA   MEDICINE  CO.
Fraser Mills, B.C.
To Builders or Investors
Good Lot on Third street $1500;
1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
��� ��"n Room 16, Collister Block.
Phone  929
es
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Box*
promptly. .^^^
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
Photograph of the big automobile which the Daily News is giving away    in  their  great   voting   contort
��������>e>e��_n����Meeo��>t<>4���>^tntttttt��"���> ��� t ��� > s aTZT
Hand Bags
The Latest Styles in Velvet
Hand Bags; Prices $4.00 and ap
Chamberlin     Jr���
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and B.C.C R��v
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��*�������<*���*��������.���; PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
Candidates In Big Contest
Miss Ruth Wintemute,    410 St. Miss Evalyn Cunningham   2S50  Mies   Kathleen   McBride.   Port
Georges  St    1000   Miss C. Boule  1640 Guichon       ^.. .... 1000
.... ���*    ,  -, -ct^m, a.   nan inn  MIbs Katie Neilson, South Van-
jMisa Winnie Keary, .2 First St. 1160  Mrg   K  Thompson   1140. C0UVer .   1000
Miss Ma.ie Morrow, 321 Queens Mr8   L   McLean   1CU0  M,gs   Annle "Hambroo'k,';Sout'h
Mrs.  C  S.  Davies,  314  Warren | Vtncouver     1200
Ave.
1200
503
1000
Staw/ Med Gains Today
Wide  Interest Taken In Districts-Thousands of Votes|^-Kfs^-Four:h.st:.andnoo
Miss Kathleen Welsh, 325 Sher-
Miss    Lillian     Jenkins,     ****** Ave iuu"  Miss Rosv  Philcox, Mission  ... 100O
Fourth Ave 1140   i ^^  lUOngfltt uuner  .... 1000
MIsb   Ruby   Fletcher, 117  Third District N'o. 3���All territory covered'Miss Myrtle Larter, Chilliwack. 1000
Ave 1300 by  Uie  Duiiy  an,i Weekly  News out-  Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Lander..   1130
\ilss    Uuth    Robinson,    Queens side the city limits of New Westmin-  Miss Lily Burr, Ladner   1000
Park  1550 gter.                                                          | Miss Vera Gtllanders, Ladner
Miss RogerB.'227* Third St 1680   Miss  Pearl  Brlce. Ladner      1060  MlM Kmma Chlddell, Ladn r
I Jennie Bryson, 225 Fourth Ave. 1000  Mrs. H. Cooiier, Langley   1000
moo-
1000
Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner.  1000
Miss Olive Alexander. Sunbury. 1000
Being Received Today-Contestants Enter Every Day.
SUBSCRIBERS  PAYING ARREARS RECEIVE VOTES.
A Few Pointers About the Contest--Heart to Heart Talk With Candidates
-It ls Up to You to Get the Bast Prize Possible.
Mrs. J.  C. Kidd. Milner     ll7��lMlss Lillian Coggins
Mrs.  G.  W. Sterling, Le  Roche
Landing        U50
brooke St., Sapperton    1000  Mr8   Rawilnson, Langley    1000
Miss Naomi Rolph,    221    Third I Mrg   p  E  Henlng. Fords Land-
Miss Adele Bilodeau, 214 Carnar- t    ,    " ���'   "   "''   " " ''���'..'.	
von St 1540   Vlss St-wart, Fras-er Mills	
Miss G. Corrigan, 122 Royal Ave. 1490   Miss Florence Lord, Ladner  1000
Mrs.  Winnie Tait, 29    Columbia Miss  Ruby  Kirkland,  Ladner...  1200
1230
1509
gt .'."' 1760  Miss Blanch Page, Chilliwack .. 1000   Miss Grace Morrison, Kdmonds.  4050
Sunbury..  1060
Miss Martha I'ybim, Ladner  1000
Miss Edith Falk, Westham island looo
Miss G. Dove, North Vancouver 1070
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver     1000
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills  1000
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver   1000
Mrs. K. W. Money, Burquitlam.. WOO
The $1750 Auto is on Display atT. 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
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jew elry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
The candidate receiving the greatest number of voteB in the three districts combined will be awarded the
$1750 McLaughlin Jiulck touring car.
The candidate receiving the most
votes In the remaining thiee dist icts
will be awarded the $500 piano    This
As the Daily News $3000 contest is
practically Just starting, contestants
will be interested to know how the
contest wlll be handled.
On the subscriptions turned in by
the candidal es, we will isBue a vote
coupon good for the number of votes
the term of the subscription entitles [umbia piano house and is on display
them to. These votes can either be at their store, the Walker block, 425
cast immediately, or held back by the; Columbia stieet.
candidate until the end of the contest,! Tne candidatcs getting the greatest
thus assuring every candidate a fair; nllm))ei. ot- votes after the winners of
and square deal, because not even the   the grand  prjzes will  be given  their
pi Izes is of course general.
Rule 3. Only one nomination ballot
will be credited to any one candidate,
no matter how many are received.
There Is no limit to the number of
daily ballots that wlll be accepted and
placed to the credit of the candidate,
Specifications of the $1,750.00 McLaughlin-Buick Five-
Passenger Fore Door Touring Car which will be Given
Away as First Grand Prize by The News :
contest manager knows how many
thev have in reserve. Coupons clipped
from the Daily and Weekly News
have an expiration date, and they
must be in on or before that date.
The closing night. August 5, the
ballot box will be turned over to
three disinterested Judges, who will
count the ballots and award the
prizes.
Heart to Heart Talk.
Now, young ladies, the contest
manager is a friend to every one of
you. There is not one among the entire list of contestants but that he
would like to see win a prize. The
candidates are all worthy. It is impossible to pick    a more    charming,! ���       	
select and good natured list of ladies. | f;ui_ES GOVERNING
Most of you have taken hold with'
energy, and with a spirit that is admirable to win one of these prizes.
We know as well as you that all will
not win the $1750 automobile, but
eleven of you will  win one    of    the
choice of the district prizes.
The Nine District Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from
the Westminster Modern Business college. They are good for eight months
tuition and worth $96 each.
Three    handsome    furniture    sets
worth $75 each purchased from Oallo-
I way & Lewis and can be seen at their
store, corner Fourth   and    Columbia
streets.
I     Three    beautiful    solid    14k.  gold
: watches   worth   $40  each,   purchased
from and  on display at T. Gifford's
Jewelry store on Columbia street.
USE OF NOMINATIONS
AND  DAILY  BALLOTS
piano   was   purchased   from   the   Co- Provided they are in the post oSice
1 ' ���       betore the time limit printed on bai.ot
expires.
Rule 4. The candidate may nominate herself. The name of the person
who places a candidate in nomination
will not be divulged except with his
express  permission.
Rule 5. Nominations of candidates
may be made by anyone at any tiem
during the contest without cost.
How to Get Votes.
There are two methods of securing
votes. One is a slow way and the
other is fast. But neither should be
neglected by a candidate who wishes
and expects to win.
The slow way Is to clip the coupons
published every day in tlie News. At
first these coupons will be worth ten
votes each. Later they will be reduced to five votes and finally to one.
The fast way of getting votes is, of
course, the subscription method. The
scale published below shows Just ho.v
many votes are allowed on each sub-1
scription to the News. The outslda
of the back cover of your subscription blank book also bears this scale.
If you are an active candidate you
will soon know it by heart.
Several of the rules of the contest
published  on   thia  page  have  a  dis
Body���Very carefully designed for
comfort' and beauty of outline.
Extra large doors easy of access.
Seats���Five passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed leather;
easy spring backs and spring
cushions.
Wheel Base���lOfi inches.
Gauge���511 inches.
Tires���3%x32 quick detachable.
Brakes���Two on rear hub, internal
expanding; also external contracting.
Price���$1750, including oil   tail    and
tool equipment, robe rail, rail ln
Springs���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear,
semi-Elliptic on front.
Frame���Pressed   steel.     Z\.    inches
drop.
Horse Power���26.
Cylinders���Four with valveB In head,
4x1 Inches. 4
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water, centiifugal pump and
fan
Ignition���Jump spark.
Current   Supply���"6pl:t(!orf"  Magneto
and dry cells.
Carburetor���"Schebler" automatic.
Lubrication���Splash system, gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically.
Motor Control���On top of steering
wheel.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bionze
hardened steel plates.
Drive���Shaft.
Color���Cherry Red.
and
side lamps! two gas   head   lamps, horn, wheel Jack, pump and
tonneau, half length foot rail in front.    Top and glass front.
Rule 7.    Any woman of good character, residing in either of the Hires]
regular prizes, and there Is no reason ) districts is eligible to enter the con-
why you  should  not   be one of    the; test and compete for the prizes:   ex-   Unct bearlng on the voting power of
eleven.    Really,  if  you  put  forth    a .cept that  no employee of The News1 subscrfptions.    Read them carefully,
reasonable amount of effort, there is  or  dependent  member of employees!     Remember that the final count fori
not much chance for you to lose.   It  famny may be nominated. the awarding of the big prizes will be'
is as it should be.    The real energetic      Uule 2     ln lhe race for the niri2i made on      bagls    f th    numb f,
are nearly alIgctog to win a \>i>'.M district rUea candidates are In com- votes secured and not upon th��'
Ot <wse, vt ta up to you to get the eUUon "wRh thoge oniy ta lheVr own aruount of ^ this o "thu candid- t��'
very'tn��.*rt�� tbat you powilbly can. i^rt^     Competition   lor   tho   grand   has turned In '
lt  you -win lhe  automobile, you cor-.l  ���  "" la- ���
talnly  are a lucky  one.    One ol  youj1���^" ��� ���  1
la  going    to  get lt.    Why  not  mako
Nominations of Ladies
For Big Automobile Contest
up your mind right now that that one
is going to be you ? You can at leust
make up your mind that if you are not
one of the grand prize winners, it will
not be your fault.
If you do your best and fail to win ! "-*"""~	
the first grand prize, you can be as-1     Nominations for the big automobile   Mrs   W
sured  that  if you  come  out  second j contest   are   published    below,   and i St
hest in yOur district you will get aj show the growing interest in thel
prize that is worth ten times the j competition. Look them through, and i
effort you have put forth to win it.      j see if you cannot   add    that" of   a!
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.
Miss   Ethel
Ave.   ..
fiiend.
District No. 1���All territory west of
east side of Sixth street, within New
Westminster city limits.
Votes.
Miss  Elizabeth Orr, 422 Eighth
Street
Mrs. J. E. Insley, Clarkson St.  . .
Miss Ethel Buckland, 609 Qu:-ens
Avenue       	
con-lMiss Brooks, Thirteenth St	
Miss   R.   Smith,
and   Sixth
Fourteenth
Ave    	
St.
Stories and Rumors.
The many contestants will be con-
tinually hearing  various  rumors and:
stories    which    may    be   circulated,!
either with a  desire to impress    the1
friends of other candidates with the I
success whicli is attending the efforts
of those about whom the rumors are I
Spread.    Or  (ns ln the case of a cer-1
tain class of Btory that Is bound   to
crop   up  ln  ;i   large  contest  of    this j
nature) with a view to causing other j
candidatcs  to  retire from    the
test, thus giving those who may da-|MiBS Eunice Pride, 421 Ash St
sire to create this particular style of
discontent, a much greater chance of
success.
Secret Ballot. ! �����iss   Frances   Cunningham,   727
it is  pointed  out thai  if the    con- Third Ave	
testant so wishes he can turn in hisj Miss Hilda Graham, 516 Ash St
subscriptions,  and  have  his  votes ls-1
sued as a secret hallot.    This is the
\otes will not be taken into considera-j
tion, except at the close of a period, j
or ln the event of a special prize being I
offered.
Absolute Secrecy.
This method ensures absolute sec-!
recy, and should, therefore, appeal toj
those of the candidates who are ad-1
verse to showing their hand to the!
rest, and to the public at large. 1
Unpaid   Subscription;  Count.
1240
3570
1150
1650
1170
1000
1140
1160
I Miss Rita Gilley, 115 Eighth St..  1250
j Miss May Kitson, 52 Sixtli St. . .  1000
I Miss  Laura Lavery, 60S Carnarvon  St 11150
j Miss Bonnie Tidy, corner Tenth
St. and  Fourth Ave   1340
! Miss Irene Elckhoff, 725 Carnarvon  St    1200
Miss  Mary  Eastman.  Klghth  St.
and Queens Ave  1190
Miss Mary Antoine,    Eighth  St.
and Fourth Ave	
E. Fales, 67 McKenzie
������������. 3320
Ennis,   811    Royal
   1750
Miss Helen Shaw, 214 Mowat St. 3550
Mrs.  E.  Sterling,  612  Brantford 1400
Mrs.  Thompson     noo
Violet   McGriffln,   208   Eleventh
St   lno
Miss Olive Archibald, 532  Sixth 1051
Mrs. R. Collie, 1015 St Andrews 1021
2���AU territory east of
Sixth  street,  including
All subscribers to the Dally News
Miss Johnson, 611 Ash St.
1000
1220
1000
Miss  Anna  Russell, 509  Holland
St 1090
who are In arrears on their subscdp-] Miss Sangster, 422 Sixth St.
tion  account,   and   who  settle  same,
nre entitled to votes according to the
schedule.    When  you  pay  your sub-1
Bcriptlon   be   sure    you    receive  the
votes to which you are entitled.
The  District.
In order to give every candidate
an equal chance to become the possessor of ono oi these valuable prizes
the territory has been divided Into
three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of]
east side of Sixth street, within New
Westminster  city  limits.
District No. 2���AU territory east ofl
west side of Sixth street, including \
Sappertbtl.
Distiict No. 3���AH'territory covered |
by the Daily and  Weekly News om-
side the city limits of New Westminster.
The Prizes.
Eleven in nil. Two grand prizes and
nine district   prizes  will   be   divided
into  the  three  districts  as  follows:
District No.
west side of
��� Sapperton.
Miss   Sinclair,    Third   St.   and
Third Ave   1290
I Miss Vesta Bent, 609 Fourth St. 1170
j Miss    Hosana    Beveridge,    230
Third Ave	
Miss Florence McLeod, 240 Third
St	
Miss  Irene  Schaake,    Third   St.
I anl  Queen's  Ave   l: 140
Miss Bell Hood. 513 Queens Ave.
t Miss M. Elley, 226 Third St	
Miss  Helen C.  Day, 208  Regina
St	
Mrs. Polngdestre, 39 Albert Crescent    I960
Miss   Genevieve   Drlsco'.l,    402
First St  1570
Miss Katie Muir, 421 Agnes St..  1970
Miss Hazel Kenny, 417    Second
St 1200
Miss Vera Gilley, Fourth St. and
St. George    1420
1220
1050
1G60
1340
1240
The News Will Give
Three Scholarships, Free
IN THF
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 a substantial
foundation for success in life. It is
well equipped, thoroughly organized,
honestly conducted Business School,
progressive and modern In Its methods, and thoroughly up-to-date and
complete In Its equipment,
These are for eight months' tuition,
nnd are worth $96.00 each. Some
lucky candidates will win them.
The Three Handsome
Solid Go!d Watches
Will alto be given away by the Newo, one of them for each of the three
lists. They were purchased from T. Gifford, Westminster's most reliablo
jeweler, and can be seen at his store, Columbia street.
The Three $75.00 Furniture Sets
that The News will Give Away
Were purchased from GALLOWAY & LEWIS, Westminsters progressive
furniture dealers, and they can be seen at their store, 401-403 Columbia
Street, corner Fourth street.
Address all communications to the Contest Manager, care of The Dally News, 'Phone, L 22
I
,��.���-/ TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
THE   UA.ILY
AT JEWS.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. Jobn-
���on, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast aid..-
of the south end of Head Island an 1
at the northeast coiner of T. L. 3751)2
thence west no chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east it) chains,
tbence south 40 ehains, containini;
320 acres mure or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated Aprll 10th, 1911.	
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
TRICT���District  of  New   Westmin-, 	
ster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry; Re the east half of suburb in lot 55,
Tinn. of Vancouver, B. C occupation I block 5 (except the roadway), in
Broker, intends to apply for permls-1 the City of New Westminster,
sion to purchase the following des-: Whereas proof of the loss of cei-
crlbed  lands: l tiflcate of title number I352A, issue 1
SEALED   TENDERS   addiessed   to!
the  undersigned  and endorsed "Ten-
 . der  for  Public  Building,   Cranbrook,
Commencing at a post planted at a  In the name of Mary _ Williams, has  b. C," will be received until 4 p. m..
sum mi et     i
nm mmm
���COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occiil,ation broker, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenco
eaBt 80 chains, thence south tiO
chains to salt water, thence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Scjulrell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll fith, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take   notice   that  1,   Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
man led  woman,  intend to apply  for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing  at   a
post planted at the southeast corner
of   W.   P.   S.   142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    <.halns, thence    south    40
chains  to  point    of    commencement,
containing 320 acrei more or lesa.
KMMA  DICK,
Reft  Warren, Atent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District ct
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osboru, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpenter,  intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the fol.owing
described lands:    Commencing at    .1
post  planted  10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence
east 60 chains, thence south CO chains,
thence  west 00 chains, thence north
(10 chains, containing 300 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.	
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Christo-
point on the westerly shore of Green| heen filed ln this office,
lake, wllich point ls situate about' Notice is hereby given that I shal,
sixty (60) chains south-westerly frcmiat the expiration of one month from
the northerly end of the said Green lhe date of t,le ,ir8t publication here-
lake, thence west 40 chains, thence j of- ���" �� da"y newspaper published in
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains! lhe clt>' of New Westminster, tssue a
more or less to the shore of Green' duplicate of the said certificate, unless
lake, thence northerly following ��� the! �� *��� meantime valid objection be
shore of Gren lake to the point of;made t0 me ,n wril|f8-
commencement, containing one    hun-i ���. , , 1 ���    . .h,lTH;      .
dred and sixty   (100)   acres more or|    .      .   _ D,.8t.rict "!*,,traI, of T^\T
^^        * ' '    Land  Registry   Office,   New  West
minster,  B.C.,  May  13,  1911.
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22,  1911.
on Monday. June 12, 1911, for the construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
PlanB, specification and form of con-
tract can be seen and forms of ten-
der 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  tbat |
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS.
GOOD     FOR     RHEUMATISM
LUNG   TROUBLE8    SAYS
TOR   JUST   RETURNED���CAMPED OUT FOUR MONTH8.
AND   Tenders for Car Shops at Tramcona,
DOC- Near Winnipeg, Man.
' Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and marked on tbe envelope "Tender for Shops" wlll be received at tbe office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon,
New  York,   June   19.���Dr.   Delano jof the Hth day of July, 1911, for the
'��� j tures, stating their occupations   and |
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to ao-
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake nnd mat ked North
West Post: thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
cliains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acreB more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John  Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands'.
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, theuce north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commence-1
ment and containing 040 acres more
or less.
II. 51. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
places of residence. In tho case of
firms, tbe actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of
residence of each member of the flrm
must he given
tenders wlll not be considered unless  ���,      __^_^^^_^^^_^^^^^^^___ ���_^^^^   .   -    	
made on the printed forms   supplied   FitzSerald. ot Baltimore, who  lias re- \ construction   and   erection   complete,
and  signed   with  their  actual   slgna-1 turned by the French liner La Tour-1 ln  accordance  with the    plans    and
raine, speaks highly of the curative I S^SS $ ^InSeT**���*'
effects of camping in the Sahara, Plans, details and specifications
where he spent four months recuper-! may be seen at the office of Mr. Gor-
ating.      He  indorses   the   views   ol |don Grant, Chief Engineer,    Ottawa,
Ont., and  Mr.  S.  R.  Poulin, District
travelers in the desert who have ar-1
.,-���-- i v.-.^.��� .*. luc uco. ��uo u��ve ar- Engineer  gt   Boniface," Man.
Each  tender must be accompanied   rived here recently and declared that |     Persons tendon* ��r�� ���~.
'   an    Q/��n*��T>t*iH    f^htantta   #��n    **    n*\** *******r*.t ���
NOTICE  TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
of Administration to the    estate    oi'
Elizabeth   Ann   Scott   deceased   intestate,  late  of  Westminster Junction,
wero granted by the Supreme Court
of   British  Columbia  ln   probate    io,
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robertt
Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all persons having any claims or demands I
against tbe sail Elizabeth Ann Scott.
who died at the City of New  Wes'.-I
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are
required on or before the lst day of
July,  1911,  to send  by  post  prepaid
or to deliver to tlie undersigned solicitors of the said John Reece Scott and
Loftus   Robert  Scott,  administrators,
tbeir names and addresses, and full
pher Rowland] o�� Vancouver, B. C, oc j particulars in writing of their claims,
cupation  bi oker, Intend to apply for | an<\ statement of their accounts verl-
permission to purchase tbe following   fled by statutory declaration, and the I
described   lands:     Commencing at   a   nature of the securities, if any, beld j
post planted at the southwest corner j by them
of T L 40884, thence weBt 40 chains,] ^nd take notice that after tbe lst
thence north 20 chains, thence west | day of juiy, 1911, the said John Reece
40 chains, thence north 60 chains^ gcott and Loftus Robert Scott wiil
thence east 60 ehains. thence soutli: proceed to distribute the assets of
40 chains, thence east 80 chains, | the sa[(j deceased among the persons
thence Bouth 40 chains, containing | etlljtie(i thereto, having regard only
480
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westm.n-
Bter.���Take notice tnat I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east, of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence nortli 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND.
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated   April   ICth,  19U.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Agnes
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation I "~7.* '
married woman. Intend to apply for'
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, tbence soutb 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
40 cbalns, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April ICth, 1911
to the claims of which they shall
then have had notice, and the said
John Reece Scott and Loftus Robert
Scott, administrators, will not be
liable for any debts or liabilities of
the said Elizabeth Ann Scott of which
they shall not    bare    then received
Dated this 5th day of June, 1911.
WADE,    WHEALLER.    McQUARRlE
& MARTIN,
Solicitors tor John Reece Scott and
Loftus Robert Scott.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. It. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence soutb
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan  O'Hara,   Agent.
May 2, 1911.
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c.i
ot the amount of the tender, wbicb
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. lf
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department of Public   Works, Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the Department).
. . .       ... Persons tendering are notified that
there was a sort of a rejuvenating! tenders will not be considered unless
force in tbe dry air. When J. Pier- j made on the printed forms supplied
pont Morgan and bis party were go- \]Lthe Commissioners, which may be
1 .*.    *������! , ' had on application to Mr  W J Preaa
Ing up the Nile the doctor was going   Mechanical Engine". OttawaOnt
down.     Reports    from    the    Morgan!     Each tender must be signed    and
party represented Mr. Morgan to be I sea|ed by all the parties to the tender
!   unA     ...i..,r..n..j       1        . '
DEPARTMENT   OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.
AND
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
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:
Commencing at a post planted about] ^"iTi-i!' ,*, , ���,,��� ��,   ,   , ,.   . ,, ..
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T.1 whlch amount wl" be forfelted if the
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender for construction of
Nelson, B. C. Rifle Range" and addressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia & Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, tbe
16th June, for the construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and full information obtained at
the office of the District Officer Commanding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson. B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on j
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender, payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Militia and Defence.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
L. 81662, tbence 80 chains west, thence1
80 chains north, thence 80 chains eas;, I
thence 80 chains south to point ol'
commencement, and containing 649
acres more or less.
W. B. FRY.
Duiu^n O'Hara. Ajcent.
I    May 19. 1811.
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fail to complete it in accordance wltb the tender.
Tbe Department does   not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
EVJOENK FIBTCT,
Colonel,
ot  Mllltla   anfl D*-
ln excellent health. ^^^^^^^^^
The outfit of the doctor consisted
of several tents, Including one for
sleeping and one for dining
tents were of duck and were decorated inside with texts from tbe Koran and pieces of colored cloth that
gave the interior a crazy quilt aspect.
The Dragoman.
The dragoman ln charge of the doctor's "crew," as he called them, was
a strapping athlete who could rise
from a sitting posture with one man
on his head and two standing on his
hands. He kept his assistants in
order. He was an Arab and called
himself Abdul Sarsan el Garber. Although the camp, called the "Juliet,"
was made up of men, boys, cajnels
and donkeys, the doctor said tbe
whole outfit cost him very little more
than he would have had to pay in a
good American hotel, and if he had
had another person with him to share
the expense it would have cost each
less.
Camping for Cures.
Camping in the desert is becoming
popular, he said. It is recommended
for rheumatism and pulmonary trouble and tbe doctor believes that it is
better for tbe latter than for any
other ailments. The temperature In
the places where he pitched camp
varied in the daytime between 72
and 75 degrees and at night it dropped to 48. It was necessary, therefore, to dress warm for night, wearing a sort of sweater, and cool for
the day. The cook of the camp was
an Arab, said to hav? had twelve
years' experience in Paris, but preferred the desert to the crowded and
unhealthful city. He made life on
the sands seem when dinner time arrived a cosmopolitan luxury.
There were some unpleasant features, among which were the sandstorms that came up about every two
days, spoiling clothing and matting
the hair. Hyenas and wolves visited
the camps occasionally and were shot
by members of the crew. A water
supply was not always close at hand.
and witnessed, and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of tbe Commission-
The I ers of the Transcontinental Railway
1 for the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars  ($100,000).
The cheque deposited by the party
whose tender ls accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as security for tbe
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the Signing ot
tbe contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, June 2, 1911.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LAND8.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 551, comprising
tbe following lands in the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at publlc auction at tbe upset price
of $2150.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 16th day of August next,
at the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 551, situate in
the Province of British Columbia, ln
township 4, range 28, west of the Gth
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
tbe full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the flrst
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate ot
rental, etc.,  are  contained
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take no'.ice that I, George
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing
at arostP anted southeast corner of
at d l��*\v.   ..���������,, north 80 chains,  _     ._.
t sn Stains tbence south 10  me in writing by a person or persons
thence east 80 chains, iueu<-c �� _,,,___ | _,_,_, _��� ������talQ nr interest there-
Re lots 1 to 11 inclusive, 13 to 16 in
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to CO Inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south half   ot   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
? V 817927v��* north 80 chains
la\V^r;ThrceT^w.|dI.ming-an'esYate;or Interest there-
cliains  to  miv-o  ��	
lng lake shore in southwesterly dlrec
tion to point of commencement, con
taining 320 acres more or less.
GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
TSS'Wi
in, or in any part thereof,
C. S. KEITH,   .
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry    Office,    New Westminster, B. C, May 16, 1911.
The person or persons having
their  custody  or  possession  the
ii,
fol
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT��� Dist. let of New Weetmla-
ster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described landa:    .
Commencing at a post planted aboJt
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, und containing
G40 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
-     .-- a..~.. t*
Deputy Minister
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers  will not   be paid   !t
tbey Insert this   advertisement without authority from the Department).
When the camp was near the Pyra-\ Timber Regulation*. * copy ot which
mlda It waa a ahort haul tor th* car-\may to* *���our** n application.to *h��
rlar to tn* n*ar*mt cistern. h��t at A.a-\ un��on|sn*A. or V> Q>* Crown ���ftmtoo?
mgjf .-
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 Rail-
wav " will be received at this office,,      	
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, tbe 1st; the best dragoman hllJ^adM
of August, for a section of about 185
suan th* haul waa ahput a mil* u4\MWitMn
a bait.   Th* water waa pur*.      ^F^^^^^^^^^^���
Ey* DIhih.
The doctor said be   established   n
large    charity    practice,    examining
about forty patients a day, all natives
afflicted  with  conjunctivitis or some
other eye disease.   He found it difficult to impress upon his patients that
cleanliness was one of the means of
getting rid of disease.    They disliked
to wish out their eyes and were so in- {
different  about  their  condition   tbat j
they would not even brush away the
flies that alternately lit in their eyes
and  those  of the donkeys.      Dropsy
seemed to be the ailment most affecting the natives next to bad eyes.
The doctor said he believed he had
Department ot tbe Interior,
Ottawa, May 20, 1911.
���tary.
miles  from   Pas   Mission  to  Thicket
TRICT���District of New  Westmi
-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-, | ^J^Ke.
..���     h ,|     Plans,   specifications   and   form   of
tlon   spinster,
Alherta, occupa-
Intends   to  apply
Buehler, AjOsIgg^^ for
permission to purchase the JoUowinh
described   lands:     Commencing  at  a
SF   .anted at the southeast corne
nt T   L   31792, thence west 80 cnains,
?nenee south 80 chains   then-    f8
80 chains, thence north 80 ObaUW to
point    of commencement,   containing
640 acre, more orUM.  mTK,ILEUi
Boone Kerlin. Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.	
rOABT LAND DISTRICT-Blstrlct ofj
^n.Bt-Take  notice   that  I,  James 	
A   For. este    of Saskatoon, Saskatche-1	
A-      occupation broker,   intends    to,
owing title deed? relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 13th March, 1895. Grant from
the crown to Farquhar McRae.
(b) Conveyance in fee from Farquhar McRae to Benjamin Stevenson
(c) 15th August. 1901. Benjamin
Stevenson to J. D. Buchanan. Conveyance in fee under power of sale
contained in mortgage,
(d) 21st March, 1902. Conveyance
in fee from .). D. Buchanan to Benjamin Stevenson.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors for Applicant.
.     contract to  be entered Into can    bo
seen on  and  after  Wednesday,  May
cook simply could not be described.
He was a fisherman as well as a cook
and usel to bring in fish and fix
them  with   sauce the  like of which
the Pharaohs might h��veenvied. The j westVortion" of "biock 8,'Burnaby.
(d).   The quantity of water applied
dragoman said that all the tents and
crews had been let and that camping in the desert certainly had come
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
wan,	
apply  for permission iu v*,,a...���	
following described lands: Commencing at 11 post planted at the northwest corner of the Green Point Indian reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence soutli 80 chains,
containing 320 acres more or less.
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,
Boone Keilln, Agent.
Dated April 19th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
IST���District  ot  New Westminster,  B.C.���Take  notice that Charles' ^iipllcat-
Re north half of lot 34, blo-k "B," subdivision   of   lot   30,    group   2,   nt
Boundary   Bay,   map   712,   In   the
district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of  the loss of certificate of title number 9410F, Issued
In the nnme of    Arthur   de    Brissuc
Owen, has been fl'.ed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication herp-
���   ...  _  A.iiv nowannner nuhllshed in
ster.	
of Vancouver,  occupation    merchant,
Intend  to  apply  for    permission
purchase    the    following     described , !"BU"?  ""*,"*",'ii." "r7*7,'tv������w ..
I     . I 31. at the office of the Chief Engineer
p ���mm 1..    o*    ���    ���=f    ���i�����i0j ' ot    the    Department    of    Railways
Commencing    at    a    post    planted,      . ,.      ,     ,\. j    . ...      *,       ���" ********^^***aa*^**wm-m^^^-^*^���^���
ohnnt nun mtin east   nf t   I    l'4t;4 ' and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office 1 to stay, to the enrichment  of drago-
and  two  mnes  from   Hasiam   Lake! I ��f %chIef Engineer of the Hudson j mans and the curing of well-to-do and
east  80  chains, thence Aorth Bfy   Railway.   Winnipeg,   at   which; adventuresome Americans
.--...- I places  forms of  tender  may  be  obtained.
Parties tendering will be required
to accept the fair wages schedule prepared or to be prepared hy the Department of Labor, which schedule
will form part of the contract.
Contractors  are  requested  to bear
in mind, that tenders wlll not be considered unless  made  strictly in    accordance with the printed forms, and  guests no longer
ln the case of firms, unless " ���-������..  that h
attached   the   actual   signature,     mc       . ^^^^^
nature of the  occupaUon,  and  place  an, where he wlll be known as Prof.
h member ot   the  Yoshlno Tanlkwa, head of the depart-
  "      -     '-      ���**-      .tmla.mrailar
WATER NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to'obtain-a
licence ln the Burnaby Division ot
New Westminster distiict.
(a). Tbe jiame, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing, Burquitlam, B. C rancher.
(b). The name of the lake, stream
or source (If unnamed, the descrrlp.
tion is)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on south-
thence   -.
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point ot
commencement, and   containing   640
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
HENLEY
JAPANESE  BELLBOY
MAKES RAPID  RISE
Boston, June   IB.���A   gcod-looklng,
quiet-mannered  Japanese  who  usually sat on the end of the  bell   boys'
bench waiting for the call of "front"
in a BoBton hotel, will carry bjgs for
inuo, ��uu  o^m^m^^^^^    II became  known
there are   yesterday  that he sailed on  the  Ro-
the  manio Saturday on his return to Jap, I
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Repistrar of Titles
J.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
R  113. Office:  Princess St
Telephone
Evelyn Falkner, of-Vancouver, B. C.,|
SStlob clerk, intends^ to applyjor
a
of
occupation <..v..��	
permission to purchase the following
described landB:    Commencing at    a
post  planted  at  northeast  point    of
unchartered  Island,  thence  following
the shore to point, of commencement,
containing three acres more or less,
about   two   miles   south   of   Pender
Harbor  at Point  Francis, and  about
160 feet southwest from lot 997, and
200  feet southeast from lot 2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
May 29th, 1911.
Land  Registry  Office,    New  Westminster, Ti: C, May 9, 1911.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS,
COAL
New
I Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
of residence of each member 01    uo   ��� -
firm. I ment of philosophy in the University
An nccepted bank cheque for tho of Kyoto,
sum of $200,000.00 made payable to Yoshlno, as he was known to the pa
the order of tbe Minister of Railway* trons of the hotel, received the de-
and Canals must accompany each ten- gree of master of arts from Harvard
der, which sum will be forfeited if University last year, after a year In
the party tendering declines entering the graduate school, ha\ing previous-
lnto contract for the work, at the ly received his bachelor's degree at
rates stated ln the offer submitted.      an educational institution ln Minneap-
The cheques thus sent in will be oils, Minn,
returned to the respective contractors     The young Japanese refused to tell
*  ' ; why he became a bellboy.   When ask
ed whether lt was on account of the
whose tenders are not accepted.
for  (in cubic feet per   second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic���and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(g). The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on tho
12th day of June, 191-1, and application will he made to the commissioner on the 14th day of July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. m.
(1). Give the names ani addre sas
of any riparian propi letors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by Ihe proposed
works, either above or below the o'lt-
let���Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road. Burquitlam, B. C; Mr. White, Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Green
road.
C. E. COTCHING,
Burqult'am, B. C.
The. cheque of the successful ten- c�� ~*  .. ��� .
derer will he held as security, or part  money he earned or the   chance   it
security, for tbe due fulfilment of tho gave him to study practical philoso-
���*****   ***   mornlv   smiled.
contract to be entered into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department ot Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers   inserting  this  adver
phy he merely smiled.]
Prof. Tanlkwa, who, In addition to
being a student and bellboy, has also
been a special commissioners of the
Japenese Bud'.lhist Charltab'e association, occupied a first cabin stateroom on the Romanic. He will return
to Japan by easy stages, vlslt'ng the
more Important of the charitable in-
J.NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567
.   B.C
t.sem7nrw.tbo��r;���thoritrfrom the stitutions   of   tbe   larger    European
Department will not be paid for it.)      countries.
Advertise in
The Daily News TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1t11.
*m*s
MHBS
City News
Flags and
Bunting
TOT<H.SMI
^^    I   i . r sXSt r Hr
i 1.*, i i^t i -r e:c5
Coronation
Decorations
The licensing board will meet tonight in the council chambers at live
o'clock instead of tomorrow as previously arranged.
Aldermen .lohnston and Henley
have been appointed a special committee to cany through the decoration of the city hall building oa
Thursday.
Invitations have been received by
the mayor and aldermen for the
coronation celebrations at Vancouver
on Thursday. Carriages y\ll pe at tho
disposal of the councillors from tho
Royal City. \ .   .
P. O. Bllodeau, accompanied bv
hla daughter. Miss Sophie Bilodeau, |
has left Westminster for a short holiday In Southern California.
i I
IL G. Laurence yesterday deported |
two Bohemians and a Greek. The last 11
named had Just finished  a sentence''
of sixty days for entering Canada il-1
legally, and being without funds.
' James McMilliam, the shoemaker,!
late of Carnarvon and McKenzie
streets, has removed to Sinclair's
shoe store, where he will be glad to |
see all his old customers. '
When the   \
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "le that my heme
on flre." Why worry; take out a pel-
icy in one of the quick settlement
companies which I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE!
Agents for
KODAKS and
SUPPUEs\
i
The ladies' aid of Queens   avenue
Methodist church    meets   this   after-:
noon    at    the    residence    of    Mrs.
Charles Cliff, Third avenue, Burnaby
Fgir Ladner races on Thursday the;
Transfer will make a Bpeclal trip, leaving the city at 10:30 a.m. and arriving in time for the races, which commence at 1 o'clock.
Repairing neatly and promptly
done by James McMilliam at Sinclair',*
shoe store. **
Provincial revenue taxes are now
due, and in order that the benefits
of the rebate may be gained, it behooves all to pay into the assessor's
office at the court house by Friday
week.
George B. Eckland has had a flnge:-
badly smashed duiing his work at the
Royal City mills, and it was only by
a miracle that the member was not
entirely severed from the hand. He
is making progress toward recovery.
Hairdressing, manicuring, massag- j
ing; room 5 Market block, over 11 uu-
iter'a.   Phone S70. ���*    '
Thomas Williams, an Indian, who
was brought to the provincial jail
here by Chief Constable Wilkie will
stand his trial at Coquitlam on Wednesday before Police Magistrate
Thompson for stealing a revolver and
bicycle from his father's house.
The Bohemian cafe has changed
bands as a result of a deal which was
completed yesterday, the new proprietor being L. Lund. He takes it
over from Johhny Cash, and contemplates considerable changes making
for the advantage of patrons. These
improvements will be undertaken at
once . **
In the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
Fletcher from their residence on
Eighth street, the place was entered
by a thief. Fortunately for themselves, the proprietors returned sooner
than they expected, and they found
the robber in one of the front rooms,
but he made his escape before assistance could be summoned. A number
of houses on the hill have been entered In the past few weeks during the
period the premises were temporarily  vacant.
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.
YOU'LL SAVE MONEY IF YOU BUY
AT THE BIG CORONATION SALE
FLAGS, PENNANTS AND BUNTING
Just a word about Coronation Decorations. You are
sure to want some flags, pennants or bunting; while
our stock now is large, we cannot promise you nearly
so good a choice a couple of days hence. Buy Now and bet
What You Want; in a few days it will be what you can get.
Big Savings Tuesday and Wednesday
CORONATION DRE88 SNAP.
Six only women's, one piece dresses, made of fine
quality duck; In light and cadet, shades of blue;
trimmed with whKe and tan linen; yoke effect of
line pin tucks: short sleeve and high collar styles:
pipings of plaid ginghams; wide hand of white or
tan round bot'om of Bklrf, piped at top of fold with
plaid;   regular values f:!.50. Coronation Sale, ea $2.50
KIMONAS REMARKABLY PRICED.
Values to $3.75.   Coronation Sale $1.25 Each.
White   and   fancy muslins in short and long styles;
fancy  lace  and embroidered  trimmed;     in    sailor,
shawl and  Dutch collars;   all pretty styles and exceptional   values.
VESTINGS CLEARING PRICE.
White fancy vestings; in dot, check and figured patterns; nice weight and good silR finish; widths
���about 20 inches: values regular to 20c. Coronation
Sale, per. yard *Wtfi
SHEPHERD CHECKS���EXTRA VALUE.
Coronation Special, 25c Per Yard.
38-!nch shepherd check dress goods; nice weight and
weave;   extra special  value*.
EASTMAN
List Prices
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43: L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New   Westminster,   B    C.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
CAT ��ENT   ON   LONG
TRIP  WITHOUT   FOODl
Chleapo, June 19.���Seven days in a
suck while making a trip from Hesse-
mer. Ala., to Chicago, inside a piece
of eight-inch water pipe, with never a
drop   of  milk  or  a  crust   of, bread.
sounds almost like the effort of some
performer  to  get  on   the  bill   of ,\
dime   museum,   but   it   is   only   the
week's history in the nine lived existence t>f  Pipe,  a  beautifully marked
half-grown    maltese    cat,   which   isi
���holding impromptu receptions in the
office  of  John   McKeon,  foreman   of
tbe city pipe yard. Yates avenue and
East Sixty-eight street.
I wiis watching some of the men
unload a car of pipe," said Mr. McKeon, "when I noticed a gunny sack
in the end of one of the pieces of
pipe. I pulled ont the sack and on
opening it out jumped the cat and in
perfectly plain maltese talk asked for
something to eat and drink. I sent
one of the hoys for some milk and it
was a caution the way that animal
went after the drink.
Scores of persons have heen over
to i-pn Pipe and if tliey keep corninn
I'll have to announce regular hours
when my Alabama maltese will be on
view." .
We are sole agents
for the product.
Geo.
Adams
Pbone 92
WASH GOODS���LOW PRICED.
Fancy cotton foulards and repps; ln checks, figured
and fancy bordered patterns; all neat and exclusive
widths about. -!��� Inches; regular values to 86o.
Coronation   Sa'e, per yard 20c
GINGHAMS���SPECIAL VALUES.
8 Yards for $1.00.
Good selection of stripes, checks and plain effects,
quality best scotch gingham; absolutely fast washers; widths 28inches. See these values, they will
please.
MADRAS MUSLINS.
Coronation Special 25c Per Yard.
Cream figured Madras; good patterns and finish;
widths   48   to 52 inches;  very special at    25c
BOYS' WASH SUITS AND BLOUSES.
Priced One-third Less.
Tuesday and Wednesday you can buy these little
suits or blouses at a saving of one-thlrl; the styles
are new and nicer little garments you cannot find.
Get here early as the choice is limited.
FANCY   HOSE���BIG VALUES.
Regular 35c; Coronation Sale 25c Per Pair.
Woman's fancy hose; in check, spots, etc.; in large
range of wanted shades;  all sizes.
ly.,, \
For Best Selection of Coronation Decorations Go to Smith's
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1OT7.
CAPITAL         ��14.400.000.00
RE6ERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Kng
snd, New York, ('l>(,<��ro aud Spokanp,
U.S.A., and Mexico Ctty. A gt nerai
bonking business transacted. Let
ters ot Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of thf
world.
-Savings Bank Dn-ertment���Deposits
received   in   Bums **t  %\   and  upward,
tud Interest allowed ttt 3 per cent, pei
tnnum  (present  ru<��).
Total   Assets  over $186,000,000.00
MEW  WESTMINSTE* (BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Aldergrove
and
Gov-
RUNAWAY TRAIN
RUNS UP HILL!
The largest area of flr.t-?l >ss .heneh land in the Kraser V*T.t;y is located at AldergroTe. The government demonstration orchard
the Firmer Valley nurse: ks ane both located at Ald��rgrove.
ernment experts and piactical nursprymen pronounce AfltAergrove
a good place to grow fruit. It Ik :also a good place for ipoultry
raising and gardening.
You Auto
See our line of
Toilet Articles
Tooth, hair, nail, shaving anl
eloth brushes, face creams and
lotion sor all kinds. Shaving
requisites, etc., etc.
AT
JUTS DRUG STORE
Desno Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Snohomish,     June     lfl.���A     freak
wreck occurred on the Sultan logging
road,  near   Sultan    Junction,  on   the:
Great  Northern  line,  yesterday  when]
a heavy laden logging train ran away,
Jumped the track anl running across j
a gulch ran  up a steep hill. j
The engine and part of the cars
are headed up hll! on one side, the
other down hill on the other.
All are standing and no one was in-'i
jured. j
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:45,   and   every
fifteen  minutes  thereafter  until 11 p. m.
8UNDAY 8ERVICE.
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, g  and everv
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT EXPRESS SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver    at    7:20    am
11:20 a.m., nnd 3:20 p.m. " '
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver 7 a.m. and
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m   and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMIN8TER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Chilliwack and all way points���Leave    New    Westminster    900
a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and 6:10  p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
every hour
Steves tou.
FOR  PRTNCE
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP.
it
; Prince George"
7000 Horse Power.   18i/2 Knots.
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
FOR
RUPERT AND STEWART    THURSDAYS
VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
"W
TUESDAYS
SS.  "Prince Albert"
From Maker To Wearer i
SHOES,  SHOES,  SHOES]
A full  line    of first    clas3,    latest'^
styles,  newest    lasts,    solid    leather
throughout,      most      perfect    fitting.'
MACKAY  AND    GOODYEAR  WELT.
MENS, LADIES,    AND    CHILDREN I
BOOTS  AND    SHOES,    also    a full
line of working and high cuts boots
and shoes.
At a Saving of from 30 to 40 Cents in
the Dollar, |
all goods shipped hy express or mail
prepaid to destination to any part of
the Dominion.
Write   for    free    Illustrated    cala-
logue nnd *je convinced.
THE ANNE SHOE CO.
333 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man.
10-Acre  Blocks
$100 Per Acre
at
leaves Prince Rupert 1 p.m. Wednesdays tor
Port  Simpson,  Kincolith,  Mass*tt,  etc.,
Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City,
Terms one-third cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
Al'ergrove is served by electric  car and  Great   Northern
Good  roads,  schools  and  churches,    stores,    telephone
mai". F'
Call or write for illustrated book and price list.
and   1   p.m.   Satur lays    tor
Lockport, Jedway, etc.
Ticket, to Sli Point. East Via the    Grand    Trunk    System,   Double
Track Route.    Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
HARRY a SMITH, City Pa... and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. ORUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
627  Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
railway,
and    dally
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c.
FRUIT SALINE, SOc.
F. J. Hart & CO., Ltd. fi! RyaWs Drug Store \
V   'PH
*****
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 57 WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST  IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
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