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 u/hite Rock |
Wsl"s,OrPBOPERTY |
itfHir, SHILES * CO.
'"gi   WESTMINSTER
O
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Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER. ���
NEW
WESTMINSTER, B. C, Till' RSDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1910
EIGHT PAGES.
felicity Campaign Waged
(lnterest   Investors  in
Resources
ji province.
JU^GE BOLE TELLS
IRISH Of THIS LAND
Westminster Man Makes
Comet Bazaar Excuse to
Advertise Canada.
ft RECIOR
SHOP 61
nritish Columbia J    The Dublin  Dally  Gxprosa of Maj
t^joo, June goveral 28 contains the following  account
Cation, are mat the Hon, W. Norman Bole, K.C
,',,  mterest the \ ing In - -
ol
act-
in  the
Rev. A. U. De Pencier, After   Four   Ballots   Have   Been
Taken, is Unanimously Selected For High Office
-Only Three Candidates���Sketch of Bi&hop
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
LONGfELLOW WIIL
AID WESTMINSTER
LABOR MEN DISCUSS
THE BOARD Of TRADE
Trades Council   Favors Ac-,Speedy Home Fielder Signs
^-    XXTUtm    Col������     -RelFlP    .���
cepting Board's Invitation
For Members
IS
a i i apacity
riaboi'ufc *'���'     '  V' i'"'tlii-   press.' E raid I l<
.,.   . ���,,ii_hes  ii  *tio1"       ��� ' : '        '   Ba    "'��� whlch,
>odi��   P?St!r advertising hai   beei   orgai    ed In aid ol thi   fund
:      ,'i.i,  oi   Hi-'   tor   the   renovation   ol   St.   George's
".. "   Tha Dully I chnich. and I   being favored wltb
...|,,. |ou   weather  was formall) i
(or the third day bj   tbe  Hon   Judge
Bole    ol   New   Westminster,   Brill li
Columbia, in il"- presence ol a large
and brilliant assembly.
!;, .    Fe Greer,  M ���*., "" tor ol
the parish, Introduced the Judge In a
���" i nl $900. ,
.�� wd.Bi -
��%*>���--***	
and
n   prog-
of     Ihe
I     ���    '      campaign
(iiirtbi agency    -
;     iement. an Inspector
_m�����n._
IV
HHti.h Columbia at  few complimenti   -  words.
!...��..,.     II      ,..,!,I      ll,,,t     11,1.
l^
_���.:���
,     pel,.".
!���,. tion of the mar.
,,,,, Canadian s*
.
ntlnuee.
���"S
Judge Bole Baid that thi igb he ha I
often bad the prh liege of addi e
political assemblies and Juries, he tell
considerably embarrassed on that occasion in address a jui j repn senting
the female beauty for which Dublin
was Ki. celebrated (laughter and ap-
j I'lauKo i. li would be out of place
I for him to
After 8 Bei  lon lasting mos. of the In tbe great work oi the church, ask-
: ,    00!    esterday, the Westminster Im  In conclusion that the prayers oi
_    .:,,\ cl ise Rev, a. U. De ' ���      the clergy and the laity be toi
Pern i ;.  rector oi  si. Paul'i  church, l#<     iccesi
Vancouver, to succeed the late Bishop      Irchdea   m Pentreath made a shor
^; h;rl.,;;;.;;;,
Fnur Ballots                      candidate, paying a high tribute to ais
There   were Threecandidates  and  8 1 Qualities.   He said that.his own
"' taketou< """- l'V   ","   andCSe would be as
before thi is finally K��t the  sa..,,  i id he wou     he
.       Ven     Vrchdeacon   Pentreath, Unflagging   in   his  efforts   unoi
,     ,     ,,;  Rev. A. r. De Pencier, ������ ���   bishop  as  be  had  been   unde,
���A Rev' Canon ''''"'���"!' "; 'Yl]T'; %_\_m De Pencier wiU not be con
.,  ,   the  nominees.    From  the flrst      Bishop De rcnuei���_�����'*__   ���mth��
i,    was   evident   that   Canon   Tucker  sedated   tor
would
Whether the trades nnd labor council should have a member on the
board of trade, was a question which
On With Salmon Bellies-
Con Jones' Troubles.
E. Longfellow, a speedy lacrosse
player who figured on the home division   of   Con   Jones'   team   lasl   year,
, was a question which | Blon   oi   uou   jumb   ......	
occupied  the  attention  of  the  labor but who has nol been given a chana
body   for   some   time   last   night.    A i to   get   inside   a   Vancouver   uniform,.
line     ......
tew weeks ago a delegation from the
trades  and  tabor council   waited  on
the hoard of trade to discuss certain
matters which affected the interes a
of labor and at that time some of the
members ol the bauru suggested
i hat there should be su: <��� labor mi n
[connected with the organization.
At hisi night's meeting of the council this idea  wns considered by some
to have elements of common Bensi
���ender will not be con- and a free discussion or the relativi
two  or   three   months, merits of being and not being a mem
thp choice  i.cr of the hoard of trade took place
this season, although he is signed pn
with the team, came to this clly yesterday afternoon and had a long and
serious conversation with Manager C
A.   Welsh,  the  Outcome Of   which   wav
thai Longfellow appended hie Bcrawl
to a contract t<> play with the Westminster lacrosse team this season
He wlll take np his residence hereon Monday, when be starts work as
��� an electrician for the city.
Today Con Join s will be surprised
nd pained by heln.   given the neccn
!m\ miLi u utliUNU iLil.il ;i,iaunei, ,. ���,,���.���  .... _. r-_-
PullLI for y,,, to attempt to add anything
WHORED BY CHRONICLE�� -<,��<:';;��, t*?-2.
w                                              i u -r,is . peech most probably betrayed
������  Wm, he  thought  there  could  be  no branc]
'. ,   mm rovernor Gener��l*}��   ibl aftout bis nationally (applause). D   P(
;��cf Ending Governor u . ^   ^   ,,.;,,������.,���   by   education,   ,h(,   ,
.._,.�� o<  Office  Not   Pleasing        I MDtimMt,    and    birth,   Mid   bd   was ;       ��� ,
Ttnjr' " U nroud of  bis natlvt land (applause). ,
and   Kev.  Canon  Tucker, oi     orouw,  '���,"'��� ,p]. vvjn nol be Con-   und a free discuss. ����� oi  iu��      ��� ,     , , . helnK glVen tie neci*-
...  ,   the  nominees.    From  the first!    ' Ushop    �� 1 ��-n^p   u    ,.(.���   ni,)Illhs.  merlts of being and nol be in.   a mena-  a      i weQt    ne day notice that Lon��
U   ^as   evident   that   Canon   Tucker  ���   V ,'' ,   ,ec s"irv tl at the choice j her of the hoard of trade.took PlaceAnn p       Five.,
would   not   receive   the   appointment  D   to B'^'  "u.;^-'1'jn,llU.d t0 all the  mDay of the labor men holding that | toon 	
and  th.   race  lay  betv n  the  two �� ^^^Zlt^Canada and Se Luncil ought to bave a represen-.	
VanCOU7ot"eon"A.mo.t   .ven. .the approval of % P^ obtained, tatlve on^e^pard.^ Ta, nmircUill  FRUSTRATES
n��� mr, mJ UmW,.,  Archdeacon Pen-1 The    New   Bishop^ ^ ^^ |     ^^^   ^^^j,   sUu.t(i(i   the   dis j fULlbLWAIN   lHUOlnHlLlJ
AT1EMPT TO WRECK SALOOK
VU.llly S���.l.l\J9m a-   *  am.
On the tirs< I,allot Archdeacon Pen-j
. _����  ��-  ���   fc i Tnm   Starts   the   TalK.
__,:��sysr & ,<_?& ,Sj����Ss. s^ SOT &~sg��
  jority   of /our. u ���'S^HTHnitv  university   in  Toronto.' propositions  which,  althougb Denem
to what baa oeen a.reaay .������ ���.��..'  Ktjr electlon H ta necessary that ^e  n-.ed   Tnn,t>   un��� . ^      Uie ^ men  were also matters
rewrd to the object    ol   he bazaar^- candldate reCelve mme than fifty per- graduating from tnere^w fol.; forbthc consideration of a bogi org
MTMi speech most probably betrayed       (   ���,-   the   V1)h,s   cast    In   both gre e of tt A.  ni 8JJj ��npad       n ,llm anl.,ed BOiely te^PW
Mm. he  thought  there  eouia  be  no ^     hes ()f lhe synodi iin(, Rev. A. U, j lowing year had conterrea up^ lhat mews should
'    ���     -  '*-' ���"""' |l>    -encier did not receive this untU Uie Jgree of M. A.   The    ^   U be taken to prevent toe tod W^a
He   was   an   irishman   i.y   euucuuu...,i  h     f(|Urlll   ballol.       After    his   had "d'r1^       ^he    lale    Lieutenant   tion which was rife at Pr^fl> ,^.! *
senUmrtt,   and   birth,  and   hi  was been ^Wi m Bjrnod make the choice da^ht .    uf    the ^ .^ o     h    B. C- Baectrlo r^lway
.,.,,.,  oJ   bis  native  land  (applause).   u,ianimous. ..Colonel N\eiis, oi M   alsQ   be   attended   to   '^
,He   vas also   Proud   of  the  land  of The FiaUres. 1me"t- ���   .   .rtr. _.ag that 0f priest-  was within the province of tbel)oarQ
Is adopli.m-Canada. the most  glor-     TU  f. lhow%ow  the voting     His first charge WM tnat o^p ^^ ^ ,fl ^ ^gwnPj
'fou.   dlSdem   10   the   British   Km;-!-.   J^\*l9 different ballots: .  1 JffjJ   ir i. Tate Arcblbshop' ownership   of   ��J��/��*   *fjjjj
-��� ' ���'���"���'     nr-1  ba.lot-C.er^- y^^A'SwSSL'  SU��* be ��s sen-   order   to   P-^vent   the   ^at^   ^
Pencier. 34;  Tucker, 15. J
to   London   Paper.
.    ,     .��� , 6     ...    \u-\s- Chron-1 extending  as  lt   did  from  6&an   toi
;    " '    ' .. ',���i ���f KarlV,.. ,.n. and ambraclng nn area greater
��� .   ,    .,   S   ier.,.   in  even .ban that of toe Dnttod States
he  is  in   With   reference  tO   British   Columbia
t unnotat-   he  said   thai  after  an   experience  of
R��?SV^ rtSSSTta  .Lr"   thlrVflve   years   he   did  no.
-�����' '. ,    . thle8  with know ol a single Irishman wort, hi
lery <' . ,i,   KOmg   out   there   who   had   not
reform^- notorious ^    ^ J^J^ii   rmd  become  a  licl.   mfln
| Nervy   Officer   Snatches   Bomb   Froorv
Bar Counter and  Immerses It in
Pail   of   Water. i
New York, June S.^-Two , broken,
windows in a ttrooklyn saloocitoday
caused Policeman Timothy Ualy to
make an investigation. Rntarlng tho-
place he saw a bomb with a sputtering fuse lying on the bar. Ualy
���d the danger and j..i
threw me i>uu.��� ..,.��� ...   Then he carried lt to the middle of the street.
Examination, proved the bomb powerful   enough   to   have   wrecked   tha
en trade by lib* manthlp.
I.A   rberal minister whose  name   l
"" 'mentioned
: law,
no
J,   ana   who   was   u.   u,,,...,..
(applanse),   He was bf coftree In
way   Interested   in  l����>niir:- ',m-
    Mbooming   the h",
isiei   ..,,...,-  ..   --.country, but be might sa> thai there
tin.-.-;.  ��ith do pa^-lwaj a grand   ������.  oi>-,c i'.-^v- --,,, c-ery,    p r,.ul0l_VIV.1..,
enl     -.stn. in connecUon witli   tu,,i, who woul I work,    No man. how- ....  ,:.    Ppn'ip,.   -r  tucker  0- blank
st is Lord PeuUand, Barl Aber-Lver,   who   had   at*   ,   profession  ^ \l' ^l^lU^'^^ ^l,
trade  should  go��M   there  unless keL   ^   .i;;."Tufker.   13,
had a position Waiting him, beowtae|    Rev    A    ,-,    lH.   pencler   declared
elected.
reS' 3ValJSS^     ^rea^  _*?*%"%. ^^^'1^ X of ^
v/  I.   Pencier  21.  Tucker, V; blank,  to   B.   C.   to   ace v Vanoouver   he bad not meat
[}.^    .e.F?*ll,ill-   Pemrevh. 33;   Ue   "f   St.   Paul s;     hm n ha81 dpsu,tory  talk  1
place  ana   unpen,,cu   -..^    .
number of persons who lived  in the
onB U^J*' ������    ditaa oiilv  C" In his pocket wheiM.e lan^d P(.ncier. IM:   Tucker. IB.                             ��     nosition    Two years ago he came . of the t.ades ami ��                          ga,d
,         ' .    denied Se  and who tos a mlftionalrt Co- Third    ballot-Clergy:     P^itreath, that^ortuon.^   ^^   ^   pastorate , hoa\d  of trade1 _Hr.J���*^ fl0ffie|
ih i "   ;il:,t1 llls. ,!a-v
i ���          jni-int   iMl. n.i
-.     Lav delegates:   Pentwfctb
\xi iclei    8T;   Tucker, 15
|     t$__*    ballot-Clerr;r:    Pentreath
RETURNS   FROM   HAVANA.
[.William Van Horna Paid Visit lol
His  Cuban   uinet.
n  V  June   8.-Slr    WW am
Itreal, prealdenl ol
d company, wea a
jenpe-, on tin itearaablp Hav^^
Blr William, with
Ui -: Rl iard Van Horae, bus jusi
:.: .   tion of the lines Ol
which he    thel ead, comprlsm>: Bome
M "' the 1,500 miles of railroad on
md
torn said, are to be oiwiied within
il .... from Marti to Bayamo ami j
San Luis, wild .-v forty niHe branch,
_flag the porl of Manzanillo. on the
OiUol QuaycaaalU. '��* tirst connection with the inland  by  rail.
a position H\vaiting him. beoHOBe
there   were   pftfnty   of   men   of  high
mental  quaJncatlona in a bad way.
as  they   sau'i  there, and for positions
such  as  clerkships,  he  thoughl   the
supply Was somewhat in excess of the
demkhfl. Hut there was plenty of room
foi   a small farmer and for lirst clasr
artisans   who were   willing   to  v ,
The   British   Empire   was  boun.   to-
ether   by   the   Btrongest   chain���'ue
chain of love and sentiment.  In Canada   the   people   were   perfectly   free
_______       so   lung   as   they   did   not   hreak   the
f Island. .] law.   and   there   were   no   more   law-
of  the   t'uha   Rallroadlabiding   people   on   earth   than   the
[compaay, totaUlns ls0 miles. Sir Wil- Canadians.    In   none of   tbe   Hritish
.-_-.-..   mita-riLr-1 coionies waa ,lu. deuti, of tlielr good
king more lamented than it was in the
gnat Dominion (applanse).
J. Russell Stritch, honorable secretary of the bazaar, proposed a cordial vote of thanks to Judge Hide,
which was seconded by Albany Fether-
BtODhaugh, and  passed with acclama-
Returns Thanks.
wmtmtoeler rhe ne�� WW"'�� S^S��� ot tha hoard, ahrl tho work-
������-  actlvo in  all the  ��or�� ��' ����� \*S��%�� ��oula l.avo lo ��pply Ior arl-
Aftori���resu���srr^bad   of ^botliUi^ clergy and  the  ^ Ij        h j^n the suf est^s
aW^jaS.^S Ttda,oba.le tfaat Bi8hop DP pen  fatt = to the board of trade
Sftitod the delegatesi for ��tfjj J   hMfoj ,      ���, present was lost sight^f.      Band_
ring ,h0  feaj   Jfg-yiS fig  position as rector ot St. Pauls. Oj^. ^ ^ u,, in
said that be would try to qo  Lmnioving  a band,  the  members ot
ShJdonnot belong to the Musicians
union, came in for some warn erttt
oism. and the secretary_of toe coun
HOPELESS TO EXPECT       1BELTA FARMER INJURED
REMOVAL OE EMBARGO! PEN TRAIN SMASHES RIG
Canadian   Cattle   Trade   to   England
Must  Continue   Under  Present
Difficulties.
ttfEMENTDElimSiO , ���	
���.����iUdired  the  compliment, tl
.m investigation asfaJ'::;;..""."
cil was instructed to write to the
lacrosse club protesting against its
action.    The band was hired in Van-
couver.
,    The   secretary   was   authorized   to
John Hughes Narrowly Escapes Death   send    .25   to   the   recently   organized
. provincial  federation  of  labor to  de-
On  Railroad Crossing���Did fray the inltl.u expens;es of that body
Not  Hear Train. That was all the business transact
ed  at  the  meeting,  which  was  one
  of the shortest on record.   Vice Presi
dent   Schallenherger   urged   that   the
John Holmes, a well known farmer  members attend more promptly at the
living on the Holmes road, ts in the j hour appointed, as there was gener-
-..~,   .���#o��(ho I ally half an hour's delay In starting
I writers.
GIRL   RETURNS   FROM
VAIN   SEARCH   FOR   FATHER
Port   Arthur,   Ont..   June   8. ��� Miss-.
Florence Roland, who went  into the
wilds of Wabigoon district more than.
' a week ago on a heroic, though almost
i hopeless,   effort   to   find   her   father,.
1 Captain Wampole Roland, a mining.
engineer who has been missing three-
weeks, returned today without having found any trace of him. Parties;
are still  searching.
Professor   Von   Hille   leaves   today
and  will   organize  ancrther  party  o��
his arrival at Wabigoon.   Port Arthur-
city has guaranteed all expenses.
Ifest
lion <<*.,  wh .ther  Steel Corpora-
txm.krt Monoplies or Otherwise
T�� Ticklish   tor   Wickersham.
ot the board of agriculture ���-D'"�� I ~"        broken thigh as a reson ui.^ attention ana ��� ���*^*����1S
the removal of toe embargo on Argen- from B D & ^ yestevliay prob bly Btart at eight o clock
���   * ���J       " '      ��*��"�� advertised.
afternoon. '  ' "
He was driving along the Sennah-
iv. June 8.���Attor
'^'.n. :<m. p. c . June .-���
'������;Qw.er.il WIckersham has advised
""Wl QomperB,   prealdenl   of   the
jJ*fcM  Federation   ol   Labor,   thai
,le bailment ���f justice has DO Jur-
"potion i.M-y the assaults, batteries
J��� acts n| oppression which are al-
*w in the Federation's charge
JEa:,ls: the United States Steel cor-
nation, Those acts, the attorney
��ml declares, are within the Juris-
���ct|onol (he separate states in which
- may have been committed.
Al| inirsgtlgatlon  Into  the   legality
, ""' steel corporations, which the.
deration charges to be a uionoply
'" festralnl of trade, the attorney
wm,|'nl de-hues to undertake, If
,! ;'"��� until the supreme court of the
i?lled States has determined the gov.
, llu"iii.'s caaea against the Standard
"u- ni il the American Tobacco CO.
**���������������������������������������������
tion.
Judge  Hole having briefly acknowl-1    London, June 8.���Sir Bdwara at**--      -~	
he   DUSiness  cbj. Q^j^ny  announces the decision  living on the Holmes road, is in the i hour appoiui.ru, Uo  	
entered   upon    and   were^ConUnued I ot the  board  of agriculture  refusing   Royal   Columbian   hospital   suffering | ally half an hour's delay ln starting
with /.est throughout the afternoon.    Ithe removal of the embargo on Argen-  from a broken thigh  as a result of' S,^entlon ^and toTnext meeting
 line cattle, as foreshadowed In a ca- -   .. ���    .'_.  _4 ���i���_. ���vinck- ns
MARRIAGE DOWRY IS ,,���,,.���,��� ���f   L���no  9
RETURNED  TO  ALICE  THAW   ^A**nm 0f     l���  2"       ,   ���
  The   hopelessness   of   the   attempt
Pittsburg,  Pa., June  s.���A deed of' to  revive  the  movement  for  the re-
reconveyaoce   was   recorded   here  to-' moval   of   the   Canadian   embargo   is
day wliich practically returns tu Alice  ;iisn recognized.
Thaw,  a sister  of   Harry   Thaw,  audi     Meanwhile   " ^^^^
formerly  tbe Countess of  Yarmouth,'cattle   here
ithe marriage dower that was executed   months
lai   the  time   of   the   wedding   of   MlSF '
MANY APPLICATIONS FOR
PUBLIC GRAIN ELEVATORS
Manitoba Commission Has Twelve Experts Throughout  Province  Inspecting  Proposed   Sites..
moo   road,
riving along the Sennan- R PEARY IS ���bU.nV
and   when   crossing   thB,POUA" SUED  IN GERMANY
Berlin. June  8.-Commander Peary
moo    luuu,    ......
tracks of the Great Northern did not}
��� lhear  tll(>  Incoming  Seattle train ap-      BerHni Junp g.���yommnuuo.   ..-.,
Canada has sent fewer  proaching.    The   engine   struck the   nn.lved liere this evening and i<= stop-
durina   the   past    flve  buggy,   smashing   it   to  pieces and  ..,���,,. ,,t ,hp Adlon ll0tel    immediately
Winnipeg. June 8.���Applications
from fifty different districts throughout Manitoba have been received up
to the present by the provincial elevator commission for the erection of
grain elevators.
The   commission   has   a   staff   of
the   past   the  buggy,   "holmes to the .ide of
���mn   in   the   one  month  of  torowlng ��� ^ ^ ^^ dlre,t ,���
Mav. 1909.    Imported beef has risen,  ^ ^^
Thaw to tht' Karl (
t Yarmouth In this from May. WOB. tjom
'id per bundle iwei.bt
lid to 39s
To
Suppress  Bridge  Whist.
Raton
'tl'lUVt
' Rouge, La., June 8.���
��� -aeniatlve   De  Houen   has
,,as Riven notice of a  bill  1"
he lower ho
���te suppress
��l hrlde
ower house for "the abso-
slon of the plnyluK
d,y  '"  '^"'...les involved produce au
The properties in"1��� ��
ln6ome ()f half a million a year.
BIG "CRANE   COLLAPSES.
..���,.,.    rune  S. Two  persons
New   ^oik.  .mm ,    ftttaiiy,
were hurt, one man poss bly ta .
5    ^e   .'ollai.se   today    rf|��^gg
travelUng B^onttJ d^ig    i
No. 4. imder oonsttuctl.��   ��/     .BllHOl,
g��ZZkli miuanee Is estimated
iU $l��'00��i ,���  cuthbertson,  a  master
A,ICXT   was ��S injured.  He
mechanic was tne wUh
wa8  carried   down 1        "     f.acturod
��"��"  ��"  a"" .;;;"- r��   and   may
shoulder and serious d    .^ g ))oy
not  recover.        ��� , burned.
helper, was aerlOUSl)
������������������ *���
I Died on Vesuvius. ���
ping at the Adlon hotel.   Immediately      'rue   coujuuoo.v,*.   ������
^  after his arrival he was served with  twelve experts on the road investigai-
oad.    He was hrougiu uuw  .���   & nott(.0 of a suit tluit -rM* t,eeri lnsti.   ing   elevator   facilities   and   possibfc
New Westminster, where lt was found  tnte,i a^inst him iu the local courts   si,es  for  elevators.    These  coniiden-
  ,,"",v"n 1 Ho declined to discuss tne matter un- \iM ilPents a,e daily sending In favor-
til   he  had   conferred    with    United  abl�� ���*,or_ t0 the commission.
States   Ambassador  Hill.    He  stated I    The   engineering    department   has
�����1 _..,. ,,���,, nrit i,een | heen   inaugurated,  with   R.   P.  Kstier
>���<-��   molnocr       He   Is   I
thigh was broken.
*��:���    - ������
Railway Business Association
Addresses Message to Congress
N,.�� Vork. Sm* I*.-���'- <-'���<"*'""
,���,-����   MMdrtlon,   ��-l,l,-l.   rspre
$M,��,no��.ooo ol  In. ��� - .   ,pte,
whlcb .ipeita W���' TOoJSoIli*
billies    iviiui,..    	
positively that the suit had not
brought by Dr. Cook, nor on the lat-
ter's behalf, and that Cook was in no
way connected with the litigation.
Attempt to Wreck Train Fiils.
  Calcutta,   June   S.���An   attempt   to
.i.  . .    , ,        , I wreck the Darjeeling mail train has
ommended a provision governing the   fatlecl.   The motive is believed to have
power   of   the   Interstate   Commerce  been  political,
commission over freight rate changes, I
such   provision  be  enacted  forthwith
as chief engineer. He is engaged at
present in drafting a new elevator system for Manitoba.
The commission expects in a short
time to have applications from sixty
per cent of the grain growers of Mani-
! toba for the Installation of the pub-
| lie elevator system at the provincial.
points in the province.
���,lon     which   represent h   provision  uo  c����7   ���.""
^vested   capita,   an-   t0 go Into **��___&K*
^_^ wbist. ^^^^^^^^_
'nni introducing this nieas-
'''��� said Mr. n0 Rouen, "for
2 be,lem Of the children of
; slii'e. who rarely have an
W''iliu,iiy to know their
"'086 playing   mothers.     II   Is
" '"'   "-  benefit   of  luis-
liave    hardly    a
iquaintance    with
ge playing wives.'
Naples. June 8.��������� *���
of San Frandsco, met
lea       today   on   MOTDl
vhm.    HO   ba'l   climbed
Silon.
sudden
Vesu-
up to
,      lor  tin
,,a""��   who
S!fklt,8    aci
""''i' brlds
he mountain, which since the
earthquake has shown
greater aotlvlty, an<    ;!��,,,
ing too near a MM"       ,l0
was emitting su Ip hu      ,n;^
was  overcome  bj   '
and died almost  Instantly.
eet upon na . """������������;-���
������Bv   this   recommendation   of   the
nresi'dent,  the  powers  and  duties  of
presiueiu,    h���iiiorro commission
the
are
S^rSSgry* \_x,*��gL_^��*__t
disturbance Oi  iu��11- ���, ^"^	
To   Encourage  Thrift,
I ondon. June 8.-As an encourage-
lv   this   reconuneii'cuun.'ji	
ident, the powers and duties of! ���^"ki^V" "">"'"������
interstate Commerce commission '. "lent tto tb'lft. be pos office savings
to be greatly enlarged, and in ,<1eI1t,!u'"lent *}" ,l"��YMe depositors
present emergency lt is decreed' J"lth home safes Ten.lera for 5,000
�� .-oval of hundreds of thou- , have been invlted-
������������������������������������������������������1
���
Stork   Is   Lazy.
Paris, June 8.���Vital statistics male public today show a
decrease in the birth rate In
France during 190!) of 770,000.
against 792,000 ln 1908. Since
1851 the population of the republic has increased 3,000.000,
* ���.,���������������������:!*. .���������������������
��� ��������������������������������������� *-*:���**���
��� Ancients May Fight. *>
��� St. Louis. Mo., June 8.���Rill   4>
��� Clark, the "Belfast Chicken" of *>
other fighting days, received an 4?-
offer today from Bill Delancy. <*
of San Francisco, to box a pre- ���
llminary of four rounds at the- ���
Jeffries-Johnson fight. Clark ifl- ���
eighty-four years old. His opponent is to be Jem Mace;
seventy-nine years old.
Delaney wrote he was now
waiting on Mace's answer. He-
offers each of the former pug- ���*
lllsts their expenses to San ������
Francisco and $500. *>
Clark and Mace had a rough **���
��� fight tn the Empire theatre in #
��� New York back in the seven- ���
��� ties. ���
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PACK TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
JUNE
191(1
Classified Advertisements |REAL  ESTATE WORD PICTURE OF THE
LONGEST QUEUE KNOWN
WANTED.
AHCHITECT   WIS I IKS   TO   SHARE
office or desk room.    State location.
Reply to Index, care Daily News.
WANTED���A GOOD HUSKY HOY.
Delivery cart. Meat market. (132 Columbia street.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit. ��� _
n. w. !4 section 8,'Tp. to���160 acres,Two   Miles    of    Humanity
Of good land Willi iftfli&O.OOO feet of
THREATENS DAMAGE SLIT   j
WHEN COLOR UNE IS DRAWN)
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WANTED���POSITION    BY    JAPAN-
timber.    No timber lease.
acre.   $2,000 cash.
$35  per
ese to work before 8 a. m. and after ,CITY���New  5-roomed  house  on  Thir-
7 p. m.
Apply S. S., P. O. Box 150.
WANTED���TO HUNT, FURNISHED
bouse containing five or six rooms.
Must be within easy distance of business section. Write, giving full
particulars, to P. W. Luce, Daily
News.
teenth  street.    Price   .11.000;   terms
?L'5U cash, balance $20 per month.
Lined Up Four Deep to
Pay Tribute to Dead King
Negro,   Annoyed   at   Being   Refused   a
Dring   By   Regina   Bartender,   Declares He Will "Go After" Hotel.
The  London  Daily  Chronicle has a
moving  account  of  the    tremendous
per   month.
$1,000 caah.
Price   $3,700;    terms
WANTKD��� YOUNG GlItL TO AS-
slst in light housework. No cooking. Apply Mrs. Baker, 109 Columbia street, Sapperton. i .;��� ~~ . .  ,. 7
    CITY���8-roomed house and fully mod-
WANTKD���10   GIRLS   OR   WOMEN | ern  on  Fourth  avenue.  Slue  of  lot
to  work  ln  laundry.    Wages  15  to is 80xl4fi   feet.    Price   $4,800;   one-
20   cents   per   hour.       Royal   City j fifth  cash,  balance easy.
Royal   avenue,   west   of
SAPPERTON���6-foomed   house;    elegant   view;    full   sized   lot.     Pi ice,,
$-,400; terms $400 cash, balance ?25 '  ''ueue   of M:l-V 16 at the deud King's
per month. I lying-in-state,    lt is from the pen of
_ ���i   "S.   R.   L."���otherwise   S.   R.   Little-
CITY���Modern  house and   large  barn ' wood,  a   well   known   dramatic critic
on Fourth   street.    Rented  for  $301 and  descriptive  writer:
Laundry,
Eighth street.
avenue,
IJ. Abrams, Mgr.
WANTED���A SMART YOUTH
about serenU-en to learn business,
Apply Gaskell, Odium & Stabler,
Ltd.,   648 Columbia  street.
WANTED���STANDBY  FOR BOILE
shop.    Apply Vulcan Iron Works.
CITY���
9, on
easy
���Lot 3 in
Seventh
tf>rms.
blocks 6
avenue.
anc
Pr
7,
ce
3. B.
$15��;
BURNABY���Two   lots  close
and   tramline.     Price   $31
terms U cash and $10 per
to   store
o    each;
month.
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply .1. this office. 	
LANGLEY���80   acres   N.   */2  ot   S. E.
i.  of Sec. io, Tp. 10;  .ome clear-1 great people's pageant
Ing.
$1,300
years.
Price   $35   per   acre;    term?
cash,   balance   1,   2   and   3
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE
keeping rooms.    Apply Box B. News   SURREY���Surrey     waterfront     snap. |
office.
WANTED���THREE  BOYS FOR THE
Beaver Cigar Factory.
10  acres  close
acre.   Terms.
Price  $250  per
WANTED���YOUNG LADY AS STEN-
ographer and for general office
work.   Apply P. O. Box 219.
WANTED���TROUSER MAKER. AP-
ply J. N. Aitchison, 711 Columbia
street.
WANTED���SASH   AND   DOOR     MA-
chine  men.    Apply Walsh  Sash  k
Door company,  New Westminster.
Four   Lots   in   Sapperton;   150   vards
WANTED-GIRL TO  ASSIST WITH       from   c���_   ,500;   |26   cftsh)   bftlanC(.
house work   Apply, Mrs. A. E. Kel-
ilngton, 501 Queen's avenue.
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city j
property.    Value $3000. Apply B. C. !
Securities,   Ltd.,    Dominion    Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New West- ]
minster.
wanted���a girl for general
housework  and  plain  cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
The most wonderful queue ln history stretched yesterday from Westminster to Chelsea���100,000 of the
people of Ixmdon waiting to pay homage to their dead king.
It waa wonderful not only for the
mere fact that it was a record���that it
was two miles long, that it lasted
from four o'clock ln the afternoon till
far on in the evening, that hundreds
of policemen were needed to give it
guidance���nnd so on and so on.
It was wonderful chiefly because
never before have the tragedy and
comedy of the people known so perfectly blended a panorama as in this
In its way it
was the noblest, newest, most slgnilicant fact in all the ceremonies of the
day. Never before have 100,000 people held personal audience on one day
with a king. The whole spirit of the
age���the bond of love and peace between people and throne that King
Edward did so much to cherish���exemplified itsself as never before in
this wonderful queue. Impersonally it
was a mighty protagonist in a majestic drama
Yet in itself this Dantesque queue
was as much a conglomeration of
character and comedy as Chaucer's
Canterbury Pilgrims were of stories���
for all their sacred intent. No one
could expect that every figure in that
long black line cou'd quite forget his
or her little affairs���and to tell the
truth, after the packed stifle and
smother of the morning crowds the
forming of the queue waB like the
outburst of prlso��ers Into liberty.
Now at least each individual man ami
woman felt that he or she was important enough to have breathing
space. Each one was at last the
Ten acres of the beat fruit land; 14 maker, the actor in the pageant���no
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burn- \ longer pressed back into the gutter
ed and logged off; 3 roomed house, j that uniforms and liveries might fill
barn,   poultry   runs;   small     fruits. | the roadway.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone 629.
Regina, June 8.���What promises to
be a big case when heavy damages
will be claimed, may arise out of the
refusal of the Grand Hotel to serve a
colored man named Paul II. Heal.
Paul Heal, who at one time worked at
the Grand hotel, runs a shine shop in
connection with Potts and Patterson
on South Railway street, and on
Thursday night was refused service
by the bartender. There was no reason given, but it is assumed that, in
consequence of some trouble with colored men, the color line haa been
drawn.
Paul Beal is a naturalized British
subject and in his naturalization papers, which are endorsed by the Hon. I
.!. II. Lament, lt is stated that he Ib
"entitled to all rights, powers and
privileges of  a   British  subject."
Paul Beal today interviewed the police magistrate, Mr. Trant, who has
promised to look into the matter. If
the case is proveable, Information will
be sworn out and action for damages
commenced against  the Hotel  Grand.
It will be remembered that the Regina board of trade council turned
down a resolution submitted by the
Edmonton board of trade which petitioned the Dominion government to
enact that colored immigration to
Canada be restricted and this case
will now tiring the question moro
prominently before  the citizens.
Beal is said to be well financed nnd
declares his intention of "going after"
the hotel for big damages. His contention is that as a public house, tin-
Grand has no right to refuse service
to him because of his color.
0p TRADE���NEW WEST-
'minster Bi ard of Trade meets in t*-e
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
Quarterly meeting on the tmrd
Thursday of February. May, August
and Novemtrer, at 8 p.m. annual
meetings on the -*--^ Thursday o!
February. Ne* members may be
proposed and elected at any month-
lv or .us"-1"'1? m**"0*- (-- H
Stuart-Wad'', secretary.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKH
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledffers; Cowle Carbon Papers
Ph on. 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dall.   Newt  Block.  Sixth street
r
I Hammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Basket]
Pic Nic Plates
Etc., Etc.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac., 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LA 15.
A T
h
MOREY
665���Columbia  Street���ed
New Westminster, B.C
$10 per month.
��� 1 Corner  Lot, 80x124;   slashed;   facing
���"'   ''-      down   hill;   lorely   view;   close   to
new  school, Sapperton.  Price $500,
on terms.
ANYONE   MAY   i-LAG   TRAIN.
Fronting  on   8cott  road   and  close
to car.    Only   .2,000, on  terms.
FOR  SALE.
FOR   SALE   --   FINE   7-YEAR   OLD
driving   mare  and  new  buggy  and
harness.   Apply Wilson, Cook & Co. I
Office Northern Crown  Bank Bldg.
FOR BALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-]
ton;   cleared  and  fenced;   close  to
car line.    Only for sale within tht
next   thirty   days.     Address  A.   H.
Tupier, Cunningham Hall. Sixth St.
Five acres on Scott road; good garden, house, well, etc.; three quarters of a mile from car. This is good
at $1300;  terms.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8,   Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
Anyhow, it. was notable that both
the beginning and the growth of the
queue was entirely without those terrible ordeals that are at the back of
the being and becoming of vast
crowds. There were no stories of
people waiting at. St. Stephen's entrance since five o'clock ln the morning, or anything of that sort. The
truth was that even when the Royal
procession had come and gone hardly
anybody knew where that all important factor���"the public"���was ^fcliy
supposed to present itself.
Accordingly, immediately the troops
were  withdrawn  from  the streets at
New Standard System of Rules Comes
Into Operation.
Montreal. June S.���The new standard system of train rules ordered by
the railway commission went into effect on the Canadian Pacific system
today. The new code is almost entirely the same as the standard train
rules for the l'nited States, and Is
mostly of a technical character, involving changes that will not be noticed by the public.
One   important   rule   In   which   the
'public  is Interested, however, is that
! relating  to  the     flagging   of    trains.
j In future any person will be empowered to stop a train who becomes
aware of the danger of an accident,
| and a coat or any object waved violently by a person standing on or
near the track will make it obligatory
on the engineer to pull up the train.
COAST LABOR AGENTSl MANA
per G. J. Sykes), 63 Powell stieet.
Vancouver. Phone 3675. Prompt
attention glren to all orders foi
male help. Ring us up. wlie oi
write if unable to  visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS, ISAKR1S-
tv>rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street, tie*.
Westminster, W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wat*
Manufactured by
J. HEKtf]
NEW   WESTMINSTER, BiC|
elephone 13. OffiM, Ei)hJ
WADE, WHEALLER. McQUARRlE Ai
MARTIN���Barristers and  Solicitors. |
Westminster offices. Rooms T and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   Offices,   Williams   building,   tl   Gran-!
ville   street.     I".   C.    Wade,   K.   C. .
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, C. E
Martin.
************a*****.i
:       HORSE
SHOEING
AUDITOR  AND  ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel,     lt 128.     Room.
W-stmlnster Trust Block.
K. % PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC-
eeustaiit. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room S, Westminster TruM
bloek.      P. O.  Box  795.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPfWRITINC
FREEMAN HINTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
�� WOOD   WORK, M
1 REPAIRING  OF Al
KINDS
I
��� - Done At
1 Benson &
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, bUSlnesf
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone 62.
At    Dick    Benson's   0id  Stand,
8th  St., Next to Fashion Livery,
aaaa**********
FOR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. COST j
$20.     Nearly  new.    Just  the  thing ���
for keeping your food in during the  Sapperton���We   have   a   few   choice
hot  weather.    Can  be  seen  at  233      view   lots   on    Blair
KELLINGTON BROS, (g
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets, | one o'clock, there was a vague gat her
I fng round the whole police-lined circle
Phone 680.
Eleventh street, corner Third  avenue.    No reasonable offer refused.
avenue   verv
cheap;  $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
FOR SALE-GOOD WORK TEAM City-Lot on Ninth
(2^00 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and j Third and Fourth
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-1 passed Tiew Pric
kay,  Uurnaby Lake P. O., B. C.       |_	
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes stieet.
2 SUITES OF HOUSEKEEPING
rooms to rent In Sapperton. Apply
312  Hospital street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton street.
of Parliament Square. Every policeman that helped to form that impassable ring was accosted by bewildering
pilgrims, "Where are we to go?" "Go,
why. Smith street, of course!" and a
wave of the hand from east to west or
south to north, as the case might be,
was the cheery answer.
So all these thousands upon thousands set about, finding Smith street
Modern Broomed house, ideally situ- j ���and to b(> sure, to the relief of the
ated; close in. If tou are looking i "congested area." a good many went
for such a place call and see us at! mnP3 out nf tl,eir wa>'- A ver-v fa'r
once.     Price   and   terms   on   appli- i number wandered right over Westmln
INHUMANITY.
street between
avenue; unsur-
��� onlv  $960.
cation.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall building.
i     .	
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���10 ACRES OF CLEARED
land, good house, large barn, packing house, stable, chicken run, 200
bearing fruit trees; on good road
close to tram line; fl miles from
city. Apply to Wilson, Cook & Co.,
Northern  Crown Bank  Building.
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Finder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Kiont
Btreet  and  obtain   reward.
South Westminster���Y* acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $250 per lot; '/icash, balance
easy. If yoa want a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market.
^KixLINGTOrT^
Corner  Columbia  and  Begbie  Street*.
Phone W0.
Garden Work
English gnrdener is open to undertake all kinds of garden work; making
and seeding lawns, laying out and
planting new grounds; or would attend   one   or  two   days   a   month   to
j trim up.    Apply C.  H., Box 55fi, New
j Westminster, B. C.
BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow  Press
near The Daily News Co., COS Victoria |    For   Geraniums,    Dahlias   and   all
Street. i kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse,  R 20R. **
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 10,
for the erection of a tramway station
and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maclure & Vox, architects,
Winch building, Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
B. C. ELECTRIC  RAILWAY CO., LD
IMPOUNutD.
One bay mare. Bog Spavin on nlgh
hind leg. Lump on nlgh fore leg. If
not claimed wlll be sold June 14 at
12 noon.
R.  H.  BATT,
Poundkeeper.
New Westminster, june 8, 11110.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
7THE      DAILY NEWS
Until   further   notice   the   Bank   nf
1 Montreal,  No-v   Westminster,  will  be
open  for business Saturday evenings
from 7 to 9 o'clock. **
ster bridge into the purlieus of Lambeth, and back over Lambeth bridge.
As It turned out, these were more
luckly than some others, for they
caught the queue even then quite early
In Its career.
But quite enough to begin matters
briskly managed to plek out the nearest way, and by two o'clock there was
what might be described as an average theatre queue waiting outside St.
Stephen's entrance. This was composed almost entirely of quiet, well-to-do
folk who happened to he there and to
know. The speed with which this
modest nucleus developed Its colossal
proportions was not the least wonder
of the afternoon.
No sooner was the queue's place and
presence thoroughly known than people streamed and ran and flocked to
the place. For ahout an hour, the
queue grew more quickly almost than
one could walk. It went down Uie
street like a horizontal fountain, crest,
ed at. Its end with the ever-clustering
throng. From every side street and
alley and yard old men and maidens,
young men and children, rich and
poor, came racing nnd panting.
At first they found it difficult to get
away from the idea that to he in front
was a benefit, but after a while the
fallacy of this seemed to dawn on
them, and never was there the slightest suggestion of roughness or jostling. Perhaps, indeed, the chief characteristic of the queue���at its early
stages, at any rate���was that the enormous preponderance was of quiet, mid-
dleclass people, clergymen and professional men, their wives and daughters. Afterwards lt became more
democratic, and rough working men.
typical Cockney children and cheery
working-class matrons ln old black
bonnets with sprigs of new lilac ln
them, and aprons half hidden beneath
their cloaks, found themselves cheek-
by-jowl with eyeglasses and diffident
majors and elegant young persons who
tried in vain to conceal the fact that
they had come in a hurry.
In general, the police were firm and
just and amazingly good-tempered,
and no one was allowed to abuse the
unwritten law of the queue. "Four
deep! Four deep!" rang out the order
of the day, and every class obeyed instinctively.
As the queue grew to a mile and
more the comedy of it began in earnest. "When will this end?" cried e-ich
passing batch of newcomers, as they
Aged Montreal Man LocKed Up D;
spite His Protests.
Montreal. June . .���Alfred Bellerose,
7"i years of age. was found early this
morning, intoxicated, wandering in Lafontalne park. Ile complained of having been held up am] robbed and afterwards shot by his assailant. He
was locked up for the nl^ht and the
police paid no attention to his complaint.
This morning he was released and
went direct to Hotel Dion hospital,
There it was found that he had been
shot, the bullet entering below the
right eye and lodging In the hack of
his head. He may not live, at any
rate he will lose the sight of an eye.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE.  8H1LB8 ft  CO.
IReal   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  *nrt  iiiniirban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GAI.VIN. LADIES' AND MEN'8 TAI-
loring. A new line of Spilng suiting Just In. Button making, press
Ing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and 626 Clarkson St.   Phone R608.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CUBAN-
ers and dyers, 245 Columbia street, '
jvhone   R27S-    Th*   place   when-  the
Un and  dust it removed  from the j
flbro���aot  pressed In.    Goods called
for aid dellT��re��i.
trooped by. After a while the news of
the mile walk that was necessary
seemed to have "headquarters," for
when the queue began to leave Smith
street behind and to stretch along
the breezy riverside by the Tate gallery, cabs and motors began to be in
requisition. How the police themselves managed to keep pace with It
was a wonder.
It was about half-past three that the
real trouble came, with Vauxliall
Bridge road and Its moving rampart
of trams and buses to bo negotiated.
Even this, however, was spanned by
the generalship of the police without
the traffic being interfered with for
more than a moment. The queue was.
as it. were, sealed on the Mlllbank
side, and began ags.ln In Qrosvener
road opposite. Here there was another
obstacle, for the road was "up," a
steamroller was In operation, and the
men of the Norfolk regiment happened to be marching In an opposite direction to the influx of the queue
through the only available thoroughfare. Somehow or other, however, the
queue managed to creep unharmed
through earthworks and palisades and
gravel-heaps and gas pipes.and clouds
of dust, and the still-coming stream
of newcomers seemed to be able to
percolate through anything.
So out into the broad and pleasant
and now sunlit stretch of Chelsea's
own embankment, where at four
o'clock the queue had reached just
beyond Pimlico Gardens. Soon afterwards the first, fitful motions ahead���
the long wait and tlie little scamper���
gave a sign that two miles in front
people were already entering West
minster hall. It wns, however, at
least, half an hour longer before anything like the regular niile-an-hour
march had been organized.
As has heen said, there was no ordeal whatever about waiting In the
queue, and nothing to be afraid of for
the hundreds of thousands who will
gather along the same track today,
and who. if they are wise, will arrive
from the westward. There were a
few fainting fit. , hut not half so many
as in the morning'* genuine crush���
of which probably, these were the result. Long before the Whole queue
had formed itself the Inevitable haw-
lcers of oranges, photographers, souvenirs and memorial badges had, of
course, found it out.
LIVIRY   STABLE.
RING UP ����� FOR HACKS AND
������art tiiMit Th* Fasliiuo Ma
hies.
FIIH   AND   GAME.
It. tuN   ft  ATLINU.  F1SM, FKUlT.j
Oana*. Veeetahles, etc.   Dean Block,
next to Bank ef MontreaL
FURNITURE
��>. fli. fiiJS, THE FUKMTUUK
Dealer, U. SoiiUror and Umlcriaker.
o*inay A|B��i sad McKenzie streets.
Ph*** 171, alflkt call 11.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, A2~., Clark
son street (behind Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture In fir and oak.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FPUEND    ALWAYSJ
If you deposit .our momy '.-���
safety In Tl e Bank ot 1    "I
It wiil he safe ��������������� I
lt, and rea.!.-   whi '
and it "i'i be
AUTheTime]
earning for you three pprc��ntl
Interest    Small or large suim
may be deposited at any time. |
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario.   Quebec   and  tiej
West.
CAPITAL
REST    ...
$4,O00.Wl
4,750,00(1
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B, c|
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
WOODWORKING.
TTRSTM1NSTER       WOODWORKING
O., bask, office and store fittings;
cahlaet, stair, showcases, maniei?
sad detail work. Designs and estl
nates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Work?: Comer Eleventh
sui car line. P. O. box 254, POon.
47S.
PAPER   HANGING   &  DECORATING
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
haiglng and decorating. Sixth
���treet,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street. New West
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer nnd Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction KUaranteeo
Columbia street, New Westminster.
White Star-Doming
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14.900 tons-
largest and most modern.
commodatlon equal to any
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and~Tickcts Apply t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
eron
CITY OF   NEW WESTMINSTER-
Notice. on
All   vehicles   while   ""'J1,., .tli*�� .1
lumbia street must Btand [ *
with   the   street,    and
against   the   sidewalk,   Si
av   be  sufficient  room
not  I'
ack _
iiu'i
that
for -*Z
at W P
and especially the lire team* '()tll,
along the  Btreet with  ��i"( ���
public ,���   ,   ])\SC\f
By  Order:
W.  A.
Clt
��   *���
\et_
City Hall, May 21, 1810. THE DAILY NEWS.
FACE THREE.
io;P''
fc.Ml
Rgei ���' "
A.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
,.   Si   An-
N����   Weil
" .(>rtl,
f<
Notice   t'.   Contractors���Tenders
Laying   Water   Main: ^^^^^^^^^^^^
.,;.,���   ,,n   .���   .��� ��� i red b   I                 :'               ENDER Idressed to
r rem-1 deralgned foi  th<   laylni   am   ��� ' ;       tb      iderslgn "Ten-
lo*?J? i��ued'o  abou   tourl  fl4) mile   of 2 I                     ���'       Dred -.������..���
' ' .        ha    Bteel   utvettftii  pipe  and  abou                                  ���   ���-   I it thl   office
; i    Mom*��i     '   f        _ .   i . ,,-ln(,   mi   t | ...    Bday july
',   i                   ,   t i alvill   welded   Bti ���     .1 ���                !     ' 1910. for  tb          itructt
, hei  '              ;",n'   rrom elude   haullni   th*   pipe    flxl Bo   \                 - rew
ll" V���,                   , " ; ilve    .....    IP* lata   consti ictl ���      ing Dred
"     i'i he" m bridge    i ulrerU   ��� t<     Pla        i Plans,*     ll   at!      ��� ���
1        lt v���    :.,.   Ifleatlo i       i ���������'���"'��� ns  of contract tra
, Net   \   ��� '��� ,! [,'   , '   ,'���   and  turtha    Informatioi it toi                         at tb
I  ' ,  '                      ''.'','   in  tain"   troo   th.   Clt    am   \    I ���   ���    M              '      ��� District
'-���l"'n  ,intlin" V-'1U1 ,lljJ��,cnon���;������,,!���,.,:    ,   v     i    Bia    man, on re- 1                M I    Ba
celp   ,,.....          .                    ��� Btreet,   Montreal;
whiel   wlll be l                i             I ���    .    District
!    If.
I
Ul<"
-   m writing.    M1
t.r.'.ru,
,,,    of Titles.
..-,.*   West,mi-
construction
Bldg    Si
CLERGYMAN SCORES    |
TIiuRSlMORS
iiii.'.
���ni'Aii
^CANADIAN PACIH.
RAILWAY CO.
Brooklyn Pastor Declares
The; Wove Into Holy Writ
S or; of Hell.
St.  Lo I
���Mel'    im
���.���..     .'    '. '       i  eated by the trans
i, hona tide tender.   A'tnurlted chequ. ' .     .
���  dnati
LANI
-
for   F,   per   cenl   0
in , iiiiii.an    i h      ' ��� di
Ten den   wll i      Ivei   t   << ^^^
p   ,���.  of   .Inn'   27.   1910;    The  lowest   tenders w
District.
lames  Batemao,
ne notlc"
II        ill!
opti d
i.-iiiir      no irll
^^M    ,.   upntlon  Btone
��o��,8T' ...    "��   ;'":
ln|   de.oribe.8
nit:
flail
i
iiniM"
, - iiantei a
mai Is m
I   of Nelson
.���-rill^^*************^
Baak oi M octroi!
, ,   ,.;.,., int.   Bn ���'��� I
warrant in Serl for an
I  - of the fa!      '        '    '
'ersons tei d that for the wicked     mi   the
.11 m ���    bo
���     . :     '. I ,',...-
.
tures, statin)   thel    oecupal i       ti md    1
,, \ ���. .,.;���':    :���   tin   forti    ���
i im    ���
...��� were  t          "!
...     .   , firm yi       ���-.   aft.   noi n befi
hy  Hev. D. H.  Barton, ol
i
-  i     signed
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Comae ���'    ral    t   8-umas
and Transcontinental N<    I      irrlvtn
9:10���Wll     ' i In I
connection for NictoYa and i
>���������    i/.,    Kootenay,   Okana
arriving   Ne^w   \V    I
... ,.
16:25���Wltb train for \r
'������������ ���   Su   ������   dnd St. Paul; te
turning arrive We I   II   '      18:12.
I i:35���With  Ni ,:"
ta    - '   mnd nnd ti  ;-   ' "'
-   ��� ��� ���  Ol ��� 	
I   ���     anti. >���'  x'""-   W.
'
ED GOULET. Agent C. P. R.
��� H. C   B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P,  A.,  Van
couver.
NOTtCE    TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders   will   be   received   b>   the-
nnderslfnoil   f0r   the   Construction  at
the   first    (section   of   the   Canadi
Northern   Pacific  Hallway   from  Nev.
Westminster  easterly   for  it  distan
of   sixty   miles.    Tenders   fo include
the grading, bridging, masonry, tracV.
;laying, ballasting and erection oi tei
{graph 11 ������
Hans,    profiles   and    speclfieationv
'may be seen and Tender Forms pro
at   the  office  of  T.   Jl.   White,
���    i    Room   1?..   135  Hast-
Str      Wesl  Vancouver.
'  -    worl  to be completed hy .Tim.-
��� " !,  and  tenders  to  be   roe, '
office, Toronto, i that:
'      . |10(
magkenzit  " Chi i co  i td
���
aloni     !''
plane'n   tsommeneemei
o   less
B   TE ��� ���
���-vlll.il    I'l'
'    Bi   ; 15
Aceni
CAPITAL
F L 5.1 f  ��-'i
000.1
, 000 000 01
nnd
f^-~ .ram, ASS*/     *        >mIil     !
Upomnu ���  :,r BURNABY.
���--.    Waterworks.
I ....  that al   pi '
I.    .     servlci   ar<
Bttl ' :'      ;    '    '      -.
.1
Branohef    I
��� \    mm lam i       ind >.
land   '��� '���������'  Vork, Cl
Ti.ft.A., am
ai   h     ������     , ei
IBBUOi
pondi        ii ��� .               o      i
������
Si ��� .iv- Banl    ' ������       lepoal
  : ni    111 V '   fl
and Inten     ullowi ��� ��� :  pe   ci i     :"'
��� i
- , , ��� -,.nouoo oi
NLW   WESTMI\.tTfc   .RANCH,
'fend peclfy time i
I!    ,��� ���      ,.     ,1.,.,!,,     ., ,      ,        . I   ,
;.     and charges
'   ���  i .'���     thu     ' hipanli
Ul     -        ' Ul    "'        ti      '     ���
- , ,,i,i.       i,        hi
[ono abb      flu      Miniate
wei
,,,,    dollu 01    ���
,,   fo feitei   i oi   tender
i,    deelini   ti    'nte    lni    i   cm
 :':-   I Idre
Creutei
... .   > .       ..    I
th.       II lon il thi
aft.- ������  '    on   ���-  th.   wtcl   -   fo
<���"���''     h
"Ho.     u    li     -    tend to 1
ani ���' ���'{-     hi '   ���    '��� ������
-������" lie spenli
no ��� ,,,    -.  |a -,   i.   ie
r l.
-pap CANADIAN PACIFIC
*r^>
"AW B.C. Cousin. Sailings
s hei   calfei   upoi   t<   di    o   n      il   ti    -...,     . ���  . .          i.    far Ih-
��� nmpleti   tin   wo 1 - d for.   If jferl -'-     i I i t. ���   u
;ii'   tende      b<     no     ���    apt. i       ' ....    .,-���'���.<' icl    doc In.    I
chei in   \ 11   bi    ������ ii ni i i.i | [eke I     Nobod
'"i"  ������ ���'    tl    bin.      iei    , -.-'   if hi        d to 1       "'"    j 1<
the lowest o   an    lende        ��� ���������         ,.,,-1,,.   ,   ..      dav of his
On and after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS FROM VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
	
.  ...
....
LAND  ACT.
New  Westminster  Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
notic     that    Simon    ttenr
���        of  Vancouver,   B    C .
'��� ������  i uildinj  Inspector, lntei
��� -   permission I "toi
'  ��� -..,.   described hinds:
lni   nt  a  pos    pi
(���:. point, ni a small island lying
li   I   ��������� ell        " "
-   : dand; thence nortl
thi   ���   and ea terly  ���' mg the
���    thi  ��� ti ci  of comi -lent.-:
ntai  lni '-res more oi  1
SIMON m-'N'hY CLO
Apptican*
Per  .IOIIN  F.   BAGGS,
April 20, 1'MO. Agi - I
M Westminster to New Vestniiissicr
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
^^^^^^  F;t order
TRSSIRR.
���
.        rnei    o   ''' y--   Wo I ������
'���, v. ���,- ...   .    ���.       i. .    bi    pali    fo
semen    I    the;
lie on     '       depi 't
mei'
        durinj   eve      da    ol   his
ii1'.-   ��� oul(   dese  ' el    Isl mei
tn    h. in "-ii" ���..���"���
)   PARTY   IN  THE   DESERT.
TO   SEATTLE.
    Dail
.... bail   ������-    ���    -'���  "  ''���
   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
,- , ,         Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
:00 il_t
LAND ACTS.
'��� 00 a- m
01   p.m
ll :30 p. in
01
ra.
I  ot   a. m.
���	
..    ������ P. M.        .   except Sati
and -*-,.
-. i
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
P4LWER
.
.-ke: ol
. - ��� -
Local  Agents
Wrstminster Iran Works
Nev,   Westminstfi-.
See th�� ���'.-:-5 '���    --   c *e- Canneries Vtneouvw, Etc.
Bteregtofl   S '   ?
IT   PANS  TO   A.DVERTtSE
IN
DAILY N(E
W  S
^SS����Mfl&
Y
or
) tons.
Tiodern.
to any -'��*
s APP'/ t0
Station
.STER
rMlNSTE"'
id l'1^1", in
tM
team, w ��
Bafety l"
dunc
Ciefl
Lot on First Street Yet?
We have a number of Lots on First Street
and Seventh Avenue. Prices $300 to $500.
WITHOUT INTEREST FOR 2 YEARS
These lots are situated in the finest part of
the city.
The Prices are Right
The Terms are Unequalled
Buy now, and you will be making the best in-
vestment you ever made.
S. FADER
PHONE 712
451 Columbia Street,        -        New West, B. C.
Breakdown of Car Leaves Seven Men
in Awkward Plight.
''      .'���" ���  ������ ���      I      "''	
aged;    " ' ]   "������'������   comical
1 dei   ���'  tale
Colo ������ ht ''������������ ������ ������ ���
have i       ������    '���' ' gl    ���- s 1:
Imv-    p -oved   a   *'��� lou 	
toi    and o   we iten   stretcl ���"  ol Im-
pe.li
A   f .--..-   i    ���
.. ���
| - .-  .. j       ���        :. ..���,.!,..     :, ������-.    .
n   ���    Peii   man and  seven      ���  ��� ���
>.- ���������-.-���     'or  San Diego and
���   ��� ���  - -���     ��   ���
f\ ���- ���������     ���  '������ ���   Dleg ���   - ���
..- of Camp     '-  ���
mei  FYed <     \ bran ���   ol   '-. ber, who
...
... beav;   load,   he
���- '          ���   with him
.'-���   - ��� ��� ��� eded    i-i    irhperlal    vft  ���
Nf<       i  ������	
��������� ���    ers i     I	
pan;   -       ��� ���   ; rom here in  I	
niiiM^. -   ti   :- ��� '���   I :,-������������    ti
few   ��� -1	
tn thi ���    the Lob Angelei
pari ' ��� ���  tl
    .........   . i-anded   on
F   M   Reiche, who was
���'���--.  ���    ami
....    , i.   jewelry,    undCTtook    to
walh Inti    ��� -��� lent,   He   s1	
���in  the  tri)   ���   ���    t! >   wastes
toward  Bl  Ci ntro, and  ne.1  day  nv-
Ived  hen     On  his  way In hi
o-p rescue part; coming toward him,
��� .i being  ifraid ihat they mighl hold
him up. he hid in tlie rules and le1
���  ���������������" | iss him. The rescuers made
-.,������'.������. mill  trip  found the men wiili
'he hvnken machlftB and vot then! to
El Centro    No oi ���  b'uU ei ��� d
<?TnAWBERF;Y PICKERS
WANTED   AT   CRESTON
���''  ':. ���'   -"���    "'  '
TO   ALASKA.
_.  Everj' Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
..-   p.m, EJvi :   T '"    "!,d ^:,t-
TO  STEWART  (Portland Canal).
n-,,(, Dra        ^ver>'   Th'.rFrlr.y
.   a  Beaver leaves  v'       '"   ,rT"n;
, .        Wdl 3 .y, Wednesdaj   and
.-    ftVB.    leaves   Chtniwaclt   l   a.m.
���       Thiireday   tod   Sato -
Vor particulars, ggrto f
\eent   New W�� '"er-
C.  B. FOSTER,
\   Q. P. >.. Vaiaconver.
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Guichon Building.
Phone 681
HOPE & fcARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE. C. A. Cai.
And  at  603  Hastings St., W.
Vancouver, B. C.       Phone 59?*.
New Westmlster Land District.
District   of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexandei    '  Lei
nan, of Vancouver, Brttisl   C   timbia,
occupation  contractor, intends to apply   for  permission   to  purchase  to��
'   I    'ing described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted at-
-' ���  southeast i>olni df the Island Situate about four (4)  chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence nortl     I
;nnd westerly and southerly and east-
around   the   shore   ar   low   tid'
to place of commencement, contalni"-
four   acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAtt.
.1. F. BAGGS, A_ent.
March 17, 1010.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lots number 14 and 15, Blorfc
A   Xew Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of certificate of Title Number 6692 A. issuetf
in the name of Eustace Alvauley .Terms
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby jrfven that T shall
nt the expiration ��f one momh from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in tbe
City of New Westminster, issue a dnrp,
licate of tbe said certificate, unless Ire
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
.C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land  Repistrv Office. New Westmto-
Bter, IM"., V.-w- ii, lOUi.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
Tbe New Sternwhee'er
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
| S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Hrackman-Kor Milling Com-
._ pany'8 wharf, New Westmln?:-.-   wltb
��� | passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New  Westminster Tuesday;
Thursday and Saturday at R a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Frf-
Iday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Creston, B.C., Jtlne "The Griffin
mnch. sltuateJ one mile fiom Ctftston
ls ,,,,w ii veHtabre boe hive of horticultural activity. U. P. Beven ls now ud-
veHislRg toi   fetrawberr.   pickers and
will toqulre aboul  twenty of them tr
whbftt he "ill pay ihe blghesl  wages. (
I'p snys the cii<|' Of l"��n!es this  ' "���" \
wll)  Quito  ���  i"-'i   Uial   of utiy  previous
yea!      The We  packltife shed on  the
, rp.Hfcli is ol the mosl modern desigti
��� I..., p ni present two bleh alt tunnels
���ne  belim  Installed,    it   Is  alSO  .'iinip-
ped  with the Very  lateal  bodllng up
pmatns.    Mr  Reveu will stnrt making
shipments  ah    ItlHe   IB,   although
qii .nttttes of berries ate ttetuallj ripe
"..����� He #UI pul abdul BOO crates of
berries In the I o.\_RTf hiarkets alone
riils enterprising fmll grower says
I Mint he has had taore enquiries this
season ahout strswbeirlee tliati -���   ���
t befote,
���|-|,e Qtlffln ranch coniprlslhg s'
twenty ncres Is n verv practical lllus
tratlotl Of what can he produced from
thai sin-.II ftrea of Ian I,    \t Is ti ���
���.f the show places of Creston nnd l(
owner only the other day turned down
a  cold  cash  offer  of   .lr,.'iH(i  for  the
'���rot erty. which offer wns made bv an
RnjtllSh   Capitalist.     This   menus   tint
m.   Be en   '���-=   .''.--red nhout l&ftO re
acre for the hind, but be evpects thnt
in  the course of a few years that his
now   f..iuH"i<   horn��  will   command    n
i much higher price. Resides fhe strnw-
1 berries raise 1 on this Innd Mr. Revcn
; has 220d *rees of assorted fruits.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
EtllfMtfes  blycn  on   Any  Kind
ef  ,'ob   Printing
NOTICE!
Thomson   Bl..
Phone   38S
Wi RICH
Teaming ancl  Expressing.
Until further notice this
bank wil! be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock.
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
DRALER  IN
WO O  D J NEWSOME & SONS
730  FOURTH   ST. PHOI1E   R527
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. (Jardlnei )
ARCHITECTS
Room fi.  Westminster  Trust Ruilding
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 6S1 Residence  Phone  133
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.*
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C-
MORGAN'S   DAUGH.ert
I GOES   UNDERGROUND
Mew York, June 6.���TO see with lie-
own eyes tho conditions under which
the men work who are buildin. the
| ('atsklli aqueduct to N'ew York City.
MlSB Anno Morgan, dan. bter of .1. P,
Morgan, went S00 feef below the sur-
'ico of Rontlout Valley yesterday and
falked' for hours with pangs of Ital
ians ancl ne. roes.
Accompanying her ���fc.-ero Miss fran
ees Kellar. secretary of the state Immigration department, and Dr. David
Flynn, sanitary superintendent of the
board of water supply. The trip was
made as the result of a criticism published hy Miss Keller ln a magazine
article.
Miss Morgan bad little to say of
her observations but she praised the
engineers and begged them to "bt
kind lo Ue foor fuUov.s."
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
B���_ oaf, .nunc '������ __  _
MtMurphy & Craig   ,  EGGS>.
Heating and  Plumbing
All   .fobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
v.
��� ���
;
i
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth A Ye. and Second St.
I Manufacturers of the bread
that Is making New Westmin-
! ster famous. Also choice cake*,
J cookies and candles. Our obllg.
. Ing drivers wiil be more than
!    please:! to call.    Phone 435.
=I Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
The Oliver Typewriter Agency at
746 Columbia street Is belog constantly asked for stenographs s. Tou
can learn the Oliver at home. Seventeen cents a day pays for It. See it*n>~
ton E. Sanda and aak him to tell yon.
I all about IC **** PAGE  FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE
The Daily News CHANCE FOP. CAREER     VICTIMS OF EARTHQUAKE
FILL ITALIAN HOSPITALS
Published by Tne Dully .News Publish-
fng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.  Paige Managing  Director
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910.
IN CANADIAN NAVY
THE   PROMENADE.
Patiently have we waited for some
announcement in regard to the proposed improvement of the eastern end
of Columbia street by the construction of a promenade along the bluff
on the southern or river side of this
thoroughfare. The proposal has naturally excited a good deal of interest
among the citizens and it is pretty
generally recognized that if this were
carried into effect the general aspect
and appearance of our already beautiful city would bo quite considerably
enhanced
At present this is a wild, uncared-
for spot, and being to some extent
utilized as a handy location for the
deposit of rubbish and debris of various kinds it has little tbat is attractive
about, it. except at a distance. To
transform this ample and lengthy
strip of land into a beautiful garden,
with winding walks, terraced flower
borders, shrubberies, shady seats and
such likd creations of the landscape
gardener's  art,  with  perhaps
The Ottawa correspondent of the
Toronto  News says:
Canadian boys seem to find no difficulty in finding suitable and remunerative employment. That is the conclusion which is forced upon observers
here, for not the slightest Interest is
heing taken in a remarkably good
career which is being opened to Canadian youth.
Here is the state of afTairs: A boy
of from fourteen to sixteen years of
age, who has a taste for engineering,
and a liking for an active and adventurous career, can secure a good
education and training, good and safe
pay, and conditions of life which offer certain very definite advantages.
Where? In the new Canadian
naval service. The first thing for the
authorities hero to set about is to
; secure lads and train them for officers���executive offices and engineer
| officers. It will take a longer time to
I produce the officers than the war-
| ships, and beginners are    ln request.
I Number of  Dead   Not Believed to  Ex-
HOW YOUng Men May Enter ceed   Seventy   Five���Relief
Naval College for Training; Resoljrces E*ha^ed-
for Engineer Officers.
�� '    Rome, June 8.���Southern Italy today
Is a scene of sorrow and suffering
following the short but violent earthquake felt in Campania, Basilicata
and Calabria yesterday.
The dead at Calatri, San Sosso and
San Sele number fifty. Otber towns
have their one or more dead, while
the number of injured is enormous.
The great number of wounded men,
women and children gave rise to
alarming reports that hundreds had
been killed, but lt is believed now
that the loss of life will not exceed
seventy-five.
The hospitals in the stricken territory are filled with injured. Improvised shelters are overcrowded with
persons seeking medical treatment.
Many of the injured fear to enter the
larger buildings because of the possibility of a second visitation by earthquakes. The relief resources of the
Red Cross society have been exhausted and the slow moving machinery
of the government is holding back
needed aid. It is hoped by those ln
charge of the distribution of supplies
that the king and queen will hasten
the work of relief when they return
here.    Their   majesties  are  expected
Now there have been few applications
for   the   executive���or  military���side, jnere today,
and not one for tiie engineering. Reports   indicate   that   a   hurricane
An Engineer Officer. ; which   followed   the   temblor   caused
Here is the program for the youth j great damage in the earthquake zone,
who wishes to be an engineer officer. The storm is reported to have killed
He must not be younger than fourteen ;six persons and wounded many others
or older than  sixteen.    He must    on   in 'he island of Sardinia.
TH JRSl
P>
j winning acceptance proceed to the
i Naval college which is to be establish-
; ed at Halifax, and there he, along with
! the cadets designed for the executive
| side will be given two years' training.
When the two years' course is finished
| the cadets of the executive service
a band | wjh g0 t0 sea ag midshipmen; but the
CONFESSES
WHEN
TO   CRIME
INNOCENT  IS JAILED
stand  about the  centre,  would  be a
ing yard, either here or in Great Brit
ain;   one  year  at  sea,  with   machln
engineer cadets will have three years
^^^^^^^^^^^^ of technical   instruction.    There  will
great achievement.    An improvement  pronabiy be one year in a ship bulld-
of this kind would be of the greatest
value, even from a commercial or
pecuniary point of view, for New
Westminster, to say nothing of the
Joy and delight which it would awaken
fn the hearts of the citizens. Such
an opportunity to create a little beauty
spot in the very heart of a populous
centre would be utilized promptly and
in the best possible way by a British
or European city.
We are surprised that the interest
taken in this project does not resolve
itself into some practical steps being
taken to secure so greatly to be desired an improvement. But in this,
aa in other movements that would
fend to the city's good, a tendency of
leaving the other fellow to take the
initiative seems to prevail. Such a
spirit is fatal to the best interests
of a community. Now that there are
so many opportunities for the Royal
City to go ahead it is time some
more active policy prevailed among
the people.
Regina, June 8.���Pefer Clayton Foley, executive head of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of
America, was released from jail on
bail granted by Judge Cannan upon
one Jack Spence confessing that he
had committed the crime for which
Foley was yesterday sentenced to one
month's   Imprisonment.     Foley   was
See Our Stunning
Collection of
CUR TAININGS
and DRAPINGS
lently m
T Thirtee
ifj.--i.-irr.
Tw re(,��
\% been p'
I * " I
iears the
lei   "e
loi ned -
' would
A Selection you can5.
forget, in a Variety
you can't duplicate
Call and Inspect them today���you may not require anything in this line just
chances are you wlll in a little while. See the noveltieB in Madras, Casejncnt
Scrims, etc.    Many  pleasing designs and colorings are here in unforgettable   variety
at   present,   but the
Cloths,   Cable  Neu
Charming Effects in Casement Cloths
designs  ln  stencilled and striped effects,
and 75c yard.
ery; and one year at college taking j given a month at hard labor for strik-
a course ln higher mathematics. When ! ing a man named Crawford and now
their five years of study are complet- j Spence admits that he committed the
ed an  examination wlll  be held and  assault, following an altercation with
! Crawford.    Foley's   case   will   be   re-
B. C. FRUIT.
The excellent report of market conditions for fruit and vegetables in the
Middle West, furnished by the government inspector, J. C. Metcalfe, and
printed in yesterday's News, should
be most helpful to growers In this
part of the province. It will be seen
from this report that the American
���wholesalers are making a strong bid
for the trade of the Prairie markets,
both in regard to prices and in the
methods of grading and packing. From
this circumstance British Columbia
growers should take a hint and set
about doing likewise.
In respect to the grading of fruit,
there is a good deal of carelessnes
on tie part of producers in this locality. Just recently we have seen
local strawberries on sale in this
city that were a sad mixture of good
and bad, large and small. By their
side were American berries, carefully
graded, well colored and in good condition generally, The result of competition lik��� this is loo evident to
need comment, If growers wish to
prosper they cannot take too much
care in grading and packing their
fruil. Tbe slight amount of extra
labor always brings its regard and
the culls are easily saleable at the
canneries.
those who qualify will proceed to sea
as engineers sub-lieutenants.
The standing they take at this examination will determine the length
of time they will be required to serve
as sub-lieutenants. The next rank will
be engineer lieutenant; then engineer
commander.
The pay of the engineer branch will
bo slightly higher than that of the
executive branch; as at present proposed lt wlll be approximately as follows:
Engineer sub-lieutenants, $3 per day.
Engineer lieutenants, $4 to $5.50
per day.
Engineer commanders, $7.50 to $i)
per day.
Together with extra pay to the
engineer offlcer when in charge of
machinery.
Thus, a lad of from nineteen to
twenty-one years of age would have
at his back five years of admirable training and experience and
would enter on ap^ Income exceeding '
$1,000 a year, with prospects of rising to an income of from $3,000 to
$4,000 a year. Moreover, lie would
be free from anxieties as to employ-
ment; when not actually occupied he
would be on half pay; and he would
have liberal retiiing allowances, pensions, etc., to relieve him of anxiety
as to old age, or the fate of those dependent on him. His status would be
that of an offlcer, with the advantages
which that entails.
Must Pass Examination.
How does the boy enter this career? He must pass an examination.
It will be competitive when there ls
any competition. While it is not absolutely settled, it ls probable that
tbe scale of fees will be similar to
those of the Royal Military college at
Kingston. It is not decided yet whether any pay ls to be drawn by the engineer cadet ln the three final years
of his course, but there ls a strong
probability that during them he will
get $700 or $800 a year.
There are hundreds of lads who
are paying heavy fees to learn mechanical engineering and similar
branches of the profession. In all
probability the period of expense for
the engineer cadet, will be only two
years, and he will be self-sustaining
when sixteen, seventeen or eighteen
years old. But not one lad has come
forward even to apply for entrance to
the engineering side of the Naval college. What a prosperous country Can- |
ada must be. Or is lt that the hoys
have not awakened to the fact that
the opening exists?
heard   at   the   sitting
court in September.
of the  district
Scholars on Strike.
Marseilles.  June   S.���Owing  to  the
refusal  of the authorities  to provide
free  books and  stationery  the scholars of the High school struck today.
"GET  THE   HABIT'
SPECIAL
TODAY
���ODD PIECES OF DINNERWARE���
At 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
We buy for cash and se.l for tbe sime.
So popular for Curtains and  Drapings.    Dainty
Casement Cloths In light buff shades.    At 50c, 65c,
Attractive Muslins
At 40c and  50c per Yard.
Pretty designs in  self-color and contrasting shades on  White   and Cream Muslin
with the appearance of madras;   48  Inches  wide.    40c  and  50c   per yard.
li
Extra fm.
Novelties in Madras
Many  exclusive  designs   In  this collection.    Paris  colored   Madras, with  two and  three ci li
Interwoven;  also colored stencilled border effect on Cream   Colored Madras.    From 85c to $1. yd
signs
Extensive
every  purse.
Cream Madras
From 25c to $1.00.
variety   In   Cream  Madras;   a charming range of floral
From  25c to $1.00 per yard
and set designs at prices I
Paris Colored Madras
So much In demand this season, in a choice assortment of
splendid and serviceable curtaining.   From 40c to 85c yard.
attractive  patterns and designs   Makes
Cable Net
In White Ecru and Green, specially suited for
recommendation.     From   50c to 85c per yard.
'The  Den."    A strong serviceable net tbal Deeds no
Colored Madras in Wide Variety
A  pretty  showing  in  fancy Madras, light and dark colorings,   with  various floral designs in :.
ous colorings.    Don't fail to see these.   From 50c to $1.00 per yard   yard.
Art Muslins of All Descriptions
We  have the  widest range of colored Art  Muslin in the city;   Iloral  designs
colored  background.    From  10c to 25c per yard.
white, i '. am and
AUSTRALIAN    MUSEUM.
Fauna
Exhi
of Island Continent on
bition in This City.
F. Goodlier, recently back from Australia, brought with lilm specimens of
some of the wonderful anihials of that
vast country, and Is placing them on
exhibition in the city for a few days.
 Fighting  Billy, the kangaroo, takes a
I prominent place among the exhibits,
We are glad to see that Alderman ; and  sightseers  will  not be  asked to
try their boxing skill with  him. Two
other fine kangaroos are to be seen;
one,   Tilly,   with   her  little  one  comfortably  ensconsed  in  the  wonderful
pocket   so   cunningly   devised   by nature.
Among the other exhibits are two
rubbish and  filth ' "ne emus, several deadly snakes, and
' the geila, a cross between a venomous
Buy Your Groceries At
E. J. Fader's Grocery
Friday and Saturday and Save Money
CANNED   TOMATOES
(Quaker   Brand)
cans for  25c  Friday  and
Saturday   only
SEEDED
4   pkgs.
RAISINS
for   25c
25
PRUNES
Ib.   box  $1.10
COOKING   FIGS
4  lbs for 25c
Bryson has called the attention of
the Council to the disgraceful condition of Thirteenth street, and the
amount of debris and garbage deposited in that region. But unfortunately Thirteenth street is not the only
thoroughfare wherj
is accumulated. If Aldermen Bryson
.-and Smith will take a walk around.
itnd make fair us-e of their olfactory
organs, they will be likely to discover accumulations of garbage right
in the heart of the city, which are
certainly not contributory to the good
.ip.allh   of   t!:e  people.
STRAWBERRY JAM
Best  quality  only   15c  bottle
JELLY    POWDERS
Assorted flavors, 90c doz.
BEST   RICE
6  lbs for 25c
CORN   STARCH
2 pkgs for 15c
NO.    1    POTATOES
75c per sack
IMPERIAL   FLOUR
A  Good   Bread   Flour
Only   $1.60   per   sack
GOOD   CREAMERY   BUTTER
Only  30c  per  Ib.
CHOICE   ALBERTA   CREAMERY   BUTTER
3   lbs  for $1
COFFEE���"OUR    SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will   Please You
TEA���"OUR   SPECIAL"
35c per Ib. or 3 lbs. for $1
Will   Bring  You  Back for  More
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Weekday Schedule
6:20, C;50,
��������*
6; 50,
: I,  B '���
at
E. J. FADER'S GROCERY
TELEPHONE 97 Corner of Carnavon and 8th Sts.
COLD   KILLS  MOTHS.
| snake and a miniature alligator.
The museum attached to the show
j will afford interest, to many visitors.
An Australian bear and its cub is
shown:  the cub is not the size of a
i full grown rat. The eight-legged calf
is certainly a wonder and the exhibition from a mere educational stand-
l point is to be well recommended.
Low Temperature Saves Thousands
of Dollars to New England.
Boston, June 8.���Many thousands of
dollars have been saved in New England this spring by Ihe unseasonable
low temperatures which have destroyed tlie brown tail moths and caterpillars in numerous districts. The
moths have been especially destructive in Boston suburbs in former
years, and immense sums of money
have been expended in the anti-moth
campaign.
SPINNERS   WANTED.
Canada Sends Representative to Lancashire to Get Help.
London, June 8.���T. E. Reed Is now
In Lancashire to secure factory workers for the Dominion Textile company.
The following advertisement appears
In The Cotton Factory Times: "Wanted, good weavers and spinners for the
Canada Mount Royal Spinning company.. Limited, James Dolphuine manager. Can make good wages. For Information apply to Evan Leigh &
Son,  Liverpool."
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at.   6:60,
8:0o and every  half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
(.'ats leavo Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return   Fare:   Adults,  f.Oc;   children   under  12,  35c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cars  leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a.  in.  and every  half  hour  thereafter until  11  p.  m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m , 9 a. m anJ
every half hour thereafter uatll 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare,  50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouwi
at 7:20 a. m.. 11:20 a. in. and 8:20 p. m. Freight cars leave \ ancouver for Westminster at J>:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. m. to 11 p. ������������
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. ni. and 11  l1   m-
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. in. to 11:10 l> '�����
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 p- ���'������
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY C0.il
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The WESSELTON Dl
WHITE WESSELTONS.
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE
Prices  In  Rings $40  to  $400.
These  goods  are  the  BEST procurable In Canada, and Is a l>lu-
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamberlin's
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THE
JEWELER
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I Ryall Foot Powder
��� 25c per box.   Try It.
! Ryall's Drug Store \
EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS.
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tH.rsd;
PORTING NEWS
NEVCrTiAD   i���8 and sappebtons
1 TO CROSS STICKS TONIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE ElVE.
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BATTING SLUMP
,Been Hating Consistently in Major League for
[Thirteen Years.
Both  Teams   Have  Been  Tak
liminary  Exercises and Are i
Good Shape for  Match
ing   Pre-
n Good
,,������. k��� Some marvelous
.1 burl " led by B diagnosis
litis"1'8"'  , ���f nans Wagner, who
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'���'��� e liave for exclusive sale, lot on
and Second sue-;,. (,u]y j650< One-third
a ontha at 7 per
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Regina street, between First    J
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cash;  balance in 6 and 12
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SURREY
June
league  base-
record .--
Ken Plains major
$slDt'elr,'i<'Rliow that In thirteen
flte rC'cord3Klv ��g Dutchman" has
iears the     ""'"f,  .;l���ies.    He  has
Had     ho
One-quarter
r  section  on  Hjoithe
sh; balance on
__M
i'i Heen acres
One-third cash;  balan
We also have large
ties  in  city.
road at $.00 per acre.    One-third
terms.
in  Section   IH, B. ���". N. R. 2 W. at $1,200 per acre.
ee 6,  12 and ls months at 7 per cent.
istings    of business and residential proper-
1.743 games
ru���a   and     5*8     stolen
H- hft8 played an average of
^m   ���  ,-i.ii     season
'ga? .11 the games the first year
l^1"*'     Uswlle club 1.18 ave-���
pfrVjave been more than 100
t^Jsson, but in 1897 he was
6 led from tbe Patereon   NJ.
|MT the campaign was well un-
S'andtookpartlnonlyrtxty.j
| Cnever bad ��� lasting damp
*���" Z���� ���" the years o! bis
, There have been times each
,:������ ������ n lllfl batung eye wai dim-
��Mn ,, ffaa only temporary, and
".n'came back and bit tbe ball
' , |er after the slump was
: tency ns a sticker is
facl that In thirteen
averaged virtually 180
,a80n Ills nest years were
ii i9us in each of which he
With the excep-
u_ flret year In fast company
Mt made less than  170 bits a
DIM I;
The Regina and Sapperton intermediate lacrosse teams will clash tonight at Queen's park in what promises to 1)0 oiiu of the fastest games
of the series. The Sapperton men
have been working hard and realize
thut lf they aro to get In on the money
they will have to win a game pretty
soon. They have picked tonight for
their flrst win.
This Bapperton program, however,
may be upset by the champion Reginas, who have also been indulging
in some practice. Up to the present
the Reginas have won two games and
the West. Enders one, while Bapperton  has been  beaten twice.
Charlie Galbralth will probably referee.
The teams:
Reginas���Goal, W, Keary; point,
Stewart; coverpolnt, A. Robertson;
del. nee held, D. Wright, A. Fletcher,
II. Turnbull; centre, J. E. o'Kiley;
home held, J. GlfTord. N. Kenny, O.
Smith; outside, 1). Morrison; Inside,
('. Smith; spates, E. Cotton, J.
Bucklin.
Sapperton���Goal, Coutts; point,
Stott; coverpolnt, W. Patchell; defence field, Patchell. Atkinson, Carroll; centre, K. Mackenzie; home Herd,
I). Mackenzie. Sclater, H. Cherry; outside, Martin, Inside, Hume; spare,
McKee.
There may he some changes In the
lineup of the Reginas.
: Malins, Coulthard & Co.
REAL   ESTATE,
Limited. 	
INSURANCE   AND   FINANCIAL AGENTS.
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CRYSTAL  THEATRE
EXTRA  SPECIAL   ATTRACTION     %&.
THE FUNERAL CEREMONIES OF KINO EDWARD VII.
ACTUAL  SCENES  OF   PROCESSION
TODAY-LAST DAY
Reg. Prices 5c & 10c
Kef.
5
6
8
121
119
110
104
'Jt
130
44
12
4
97
No.  Rooms
i
6
6
5
7
6
6
5
Cash Down.
J1.500
Offer
$800
$600
$1,000
$800
$500
$500
$500
$250
$400
$500
$600
Price.
$5,000
$3,401)
$2,500
$2,400
$2,500
$2,250
$2,000
$1,900
$1,800
$1,050
$1,650
$1,500
$1,400
-er has been just as consistent;
aa at the bat He has
toed a", average of about forty-
a weven >>-'r- His best sea-
mi- sack thievery was In 1907.
.;, ,. sixty-one     Last  year
utbe i        '   '  !-:S lmd Rlncc *      '
'���'   ��� be partially accounted for hy
!0 (act thai Hans was under orders
lave Mb strength as much as pos-
ble and to take DO unnecessary
aices
AFTER MANY YEARS.
GOODNER'S
"Wonders of Australia" I
White, Shiles
& Company
628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85 NEW WESTMINSTER
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Imateur SENIORS TO
MEET IN VANCOUVER SATURDAY
I The   N'ew   Westminster    amateur1
nloi acrosse team will play Its tat ���
atch on Saturday when I' meets thej
- Mhletic cl ib at Brockton |
llDt   The only game that has been
.;.! | this season was  at   Victoria
hen the Capital won from the V.A.C.
��� a large wore    Fn d   Murray, of
&di - iver   bai ' een  selected   as   a
h.  -    ind a i    I i ime ol lacrosse
expected.   7  - . team has not
een ��� a  this  will   proli
ne atti ndi tti      be Sapper-
pie glna I     The inter-
ite playei b iwn up well
e city li agui   " ltd es here and
to be m Vancou-
le. The V. A. C. Ilni ap is as follows:
Ml, McDoi          ���   Int,   P.  Mat he-
terpoli defence fleM,
Donol ue E Matheson; een-
i. Calder; home, S Gunn, Peacock,
ouUI le a e, Mason; In-
Gilmi re Bpai es, Wright,
Iteheller, Glbboi
Although It ls officially denied that
any of the players used an axe or a
sled, e hammer during the senior lacrosse practice yesterday evening,
there is a strong suspicion that this
must have been the case, for Thomas
Gifford, captain of the team, emerged
from a scrimmage after the rubber
with two teeth loosened and three
other molars extracted by a sure-to-
hurt process.
Tommy GlfTord, who for years has
withstood the hardest cracks that the
huskies of opposing teams have man-
i aged to rain on his ample person,
, injured ln a practice with his own
team'    It Is to laugh.
The three teeth which once formed
part of the anatomy of the big defence
player will be placed on exhibition
at Ryall's drug store, the management having decided to use this, the
only, means of convincing the public
that It Is not impossible to make an
Impression on Tommy Qlfford af
! ter all.
SHOW
= i
Corner of Columbia and McNeely Streets
Opposite Merchants' Hotel
SEE-The Emus, t\\t Wonderful Wingless Birds of Australia.
Contractors and
House Builders
home.
SEE--"Tilly", the KANGAROO, carry- I
ing her baby in the pouch, and ���
other Kangaroos. ?
We have a full
Builders Harawsre in
Befc
line   of  tne   Best
the City.
money
ore Building See Us, as ���
Also Compl  te   Stock
"'���"eve
we   can
^^^^^^^    save   you
PAINTS  and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
RACES WILL UE  HELD.
Poor Old SportI
Now It Is said that Sport Murton,
wtn> shares ir,e honor, according to
report, of being the highest priced
player In the N.L.I.'., ls slated to get
the tomahawk by the Tecutnsehs.
Querrie wants eager, hustling fellowb
on his heme, and in common with the
executive ot the club believes that it
is time fur a change
Explained.
..he���I love baseball. 1 love especial
|ly to watch the man at the bat.   It is i
X SEE-the Monkeys, Opposums and Por-
| cupines.
MUSEUM
The Tlmberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
^^^^^^^^       MANUFACTURERS   OF ^^^^
Fir Cedar and Spruce Lumber.Rough, Dressed and Kiln
mension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling In
tity.
Dried,   Di-
any quan-
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room  8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
I.:!:
Mayor  Is   Balked   by   Injunction Issued Yesterday.
lune   8.- An     injunction
'-' ��� ���- Qregory  yes-
Way restraining tl e city from In-
���::' ' with thi :-. day race meet,
munenclnp June ig, 0f the Victoria th
>;���"��� club n rhe Willow*.
Major Morley announced that the
would !���(��� stopped und took uc-
|��n :o oust the i lub,
so cute. too. the way he keeps hitting
the ground gently with the hat's end. |
Why  does  he do that,  though?
He���Well, you see. the worms have
an annoying hah ' of coming up to see1
who's batting, and that naturally puts
the man out a bit; so he just taps
m on the head lightly, and down
they go.
See the Wonderful Eight-legged Calf, the
Eight-legged Pig, the Man Fish, Emu Eggs, Coral
Rock and many other attractions.
TOO DANGEROUS YET.
t'-'*^t Companies   Refuse   to   Mix
Up With Aerial Navigation.
^ Vork. j ne 8.���Aviation Is still
-aiM.iis  and   uncertain  nn  oc-
piiion to receive
Ws of |nsu,
BASEBALL
Adults, 15c      -      Children, 10c
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Cut Glass andJMlve^       *
Have you seen the new goods at Gray's
recognition at the
 anee men.   Represent*
:��0' both life and
H�� here hai
'**�� tn
m*.
Do dr
^IU
  nccldent rom-
Issued statements In
enquiries, declaring  that
1 imgtancea will they uc-
ators as risks.
IGHTS FOR WOMEN.
Fr'��
>
II   Still   Further   Extended
(���:,'���" Norwegian Government.
i.     :'i;'-  -lune  8.���King   Haakon
[..   ."'"; to a bill extending  wo-
eou��i . hi8e ''��� P1aolng women on
,:"|' tl""!"s; with men so far as
,,,.' "'���'"������< are concerned. The
li.,   "' commerce disagreed  with
1,111 "im resigned.
J.'��� Petersbi
lWs ��f thl
Opponents   Retire.
June a.���The oppon-
$.t-nJ!l ,Flnnl8h, bill, giving the
Jlnian,     ,  ' latlve authority over
|m rm'i a ';"1''"'"'|l   the   fight   today
"mod       "",n ,l10 chamber.   This
y��HT" I-
0 'ls a whole,
adoption  of  the
IlllVr
i-ive
'ver, \
l[' killed
PlV(.,l
Killed
���I .   Mi
In
Mine.
ay   R.���Five   men
" the Richard mine near
according to news re-
this   aft
���
night
NumC f"'Ls   llf^'ri>onn,   by   th
Nre beino 1 ;| car - wlll('l> the men
Be mine   -,'1;'u,i   lo  the  mouth  of
J? ', ' "' miners fell a distance
h-werep wn the Bhaft   The vlc"
ami i  lBorBe Dorman, of Frank-
���ii'nvn i��� .'."' Hungarian
llti
lour	
Jl '"""'W
s,  who   were
and whose names
American   League.
At St. LOUlS���
St. Louis   	
New  York   	
At Chicago-
Chicago   	
Host on   	
At Detroit-
Washington   	
Detroit   	
At   Cleveland ���
'Cleveland    	
Philadelphia  ,���,���,',.'
Eastern   League.
At Toronto-
Rochester     	
Toronto   	
At  Newark-
Providence   	
I Newark   	
At Jersey Olty���
Baltimore   	
Jersey City 	
1 Nations
At'St. Louis���
St.  Louis   	
New   York   	
At   Uoston   Msi
Pittsburg   	
Uoston    ���
At  Boston (2nd
Boston   	
Pittsburg 	
At Brooklyn-
Cincinnati 	
Brooklyn   	
|     At Philadelphia���
Chicago   	
Philadelphia  ������������������������
Northwestern
At  Seattle-Sealtlo.  C
I    At   Spokane���Spokane
ver.  '-'��� , .u.
I standing of the
11.
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Longfellow Will
Aid Westminster
WEST  END  CLUB   is
GOOD  FEEDER  FOR SENIORS
(Continued from Page One.)
fellow Is no longer a Vancouver play-
This  will  release  the  tlelder  in
Minto Cup series, if hli
needed   for   this   Inter
13    1'
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time for the
services are
est Ing event.
Longfellow is just a youngster, coming out to the coast from Sherbrooke
j about eighteen  months ago,
Manager  Welsh   will  not   be  able
' to accompany the team to Vancouver
League.
game)���
game)-
^S^^iWSAS
i: :��� K: * ���������*,r;:-!
ji,.* "i 'i""��>- ����j m;" �� *���
The West End Intermediate lacrosse
club, which is holding a trolley party
to   Vancouver  this  evening.   Is   upon
to claim the record for furnishing material for the champion team ol Canada.    The boys In the green jerseys
have   always   had   classy   players   in
their ranks, and have generally beta
able to help out the seniors etaNW
the  latter   found  themselves    ������   ���
den need ot a Btrong man.   ladoded
, among the present champions are kfcrtl
1 following graduates ol t^.e Wes: End
i club:    Pat  Feeney. W   Turr.?-..'.   Lea
Turnbull. Cliff Spring. Gordo:-. Spring,
Buck   Marshall   and   George   Rennle
.Jack   Bryson   and   Load,  two  ol   lasl
i year's players, also got their training
Alder- j wjth  the hoy.   from  the Occident.
If not. do not delay. If you are looking for a wedding present
we can show you a beautiful assortment of Cut Glass and Silverware.
We have some rich designs in Fern Dishee. Vases. Salad Bowls,
Decanters. Bakers and Chafing Dishes.    Prices from 12.50 to $25.00.
John B. Gray
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Dominion   T'
WATCHMAKER
us*.   B-cck.
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AND JEWELLER.
Columbia   St.
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John   Hopkins  Defeats Tc-cnto.
Baltimore, Inns B���The John Hop-
-.    _ kins alumni lacrosse team this .-.rer-
although | noon defeated Toronto university by *���
score of 2 to 1.
H.
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Leaque.
-. Tacoma, "���
Vancou
on    the    scoring    division,
u'ere is a possibility that he nia>  I
in condition to play. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
C��n , ^ ,he��V- ncouvers is I tuted for Davy Gibbons on occasions
The big die   of the.Vancouven, ^^    Qn ^
having palpitation of the J����^ the   changes  will   be  noticed.    Hugh   Mc
days, and no wonder,   wai , ^ Md Dude s,imner wiU make
awful damper of ����t Satl ra. appearance   this  season,
,he lndifTeren   Bh��wlng ��I uavy g      u ^^  ^  sonie   wlk    {   g     ly
bona   on   that   occasion,  du  ��� Cowan, who had been mentioned as
among his men. players reruai ^ poMlhle addition to the Westmln-
BhOW up at practices, and a I�� , gter t alsn as8isting the Terniin-
Uke trlfies, Con has heard �� wniap .        siatpd to ^ ..
t0 the efTect that Bones Allen U I        j Un��o for the slang
lnUC^t��dowra"VeWd.Umm"
| acr
I ster
It
B. C.
���lo.I-
'���''Inl,
,    Burns
I^ii.;: "��� ���'"'"
> ���ll">]-
w.'i.'iiiit
Clubs
Won.
Gets
Big   Salary.
v     In   the  house  of
Premier Asimith an-
Riilary (.r the Bight
h��, h'!.\ tm'      "mn_   president of
m ,|,,/,';''niinent hoard, had been
���nc.i-
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Hi,
Vancouver
Tacoma   . .
Spokane
Seattle
1,000
24
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20
Games Today.
Vancouver at Spokane.
Seattle at Tacoma.
,,ost
21
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Pet.
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.r<H
.f.ll
.436
,.���,. ,, ,. Jias Minto Cuprille, there
'I et Ue down In peace and qnletng-
,,,l   probably   Play   lacrosse.     Con
LY mind the settling down part,
J��fB"he  probability   Ot   seeing   Bones
",  S sweatei is aistresslra indeed.
ln Changes   on   Vancouer   Team
The Vancouver team will he shift-rt
-   for   Soturday's   match,   a   now
��� lunt
man
Tlie
will
taking the office of goal
newcomer is not named,
not  be   Ravey, who  has
To Select a Referee.
A special meeting of the British Columbia Lacrosse association will he
held tonight at the National Sports
club at 8 p. m. to select a referee for
Saturday's match.
This ouestion promises to evoke a
warm discussion, as Manager Con
Jones mav hold out for w. k t>!'''
guard, burn, while the Westminster men
but It want Bob Dewar to officiate again,
substl-  according to arrangement.
Automobile Insurance
-AGAINST���
Fire - Theft - Collision
There is a constant dancer that enjoyment of your car may lie
spoiled by accident or malice, but you can insure it at a small expense, on the road, in transportation or in any building in Canada
and in the l'nited States against lire, theft, collision, self-ignition,
equipment, etc. Insure your machine before you meet with an accident.    For full particulars and rates call, phone or write.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9,
1 '
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OES it ever strike you, Mr. Merchant,
vV i   at a vast increase of business you
could have by advertising your goods to the
general public ?
Do you ever consider how few of the people
in this town know that you are in business, or
what line of goods you carry ?
You may have fine window displays, splendid assortments, and very moderate prices
compared with Vancouver. The shoppers who
come down town can inspect your goods, appreciate your displays and purchase exclusively from the merchants who claim their attention and can supply their needs.
But there are large numbers of people living
up town, away from the main centre, who, on
account of the distance they have to walk,
seldom come to see what you have.
For this reason we advocate advertising in
The Daily News. Let those people living
some distance from your store know what you
are selling and at what prices. Let them
know that they can get goods at your store as
excellent in quality and moderate in price as
those obtained in Vancouver, or any mail-order
stores out of towTn.
CONVICTS TO WORK
ON STATE ROADS
Prisoners to Build Highways
in Washington When the
Penitentiary Closes.
See Here !
Seattle June 8.���Between 600 and
660 convicts will be at work on state
roads and at the convict camps Where
crushed rock is being prepared tor
highway building as soon as the penitentiary jute mill is closed on July 1.
li is expected that Warden Charles
S. Heed will distribute at least 400 of
the tiuu men employed in the Jute mill
among the various convict camps of
the state. With the men now engaged
on mad work the most thorough test
the state has ever made of convict labor will he undertaken.
Additional nun will be sent to the
Lyle camp on siaic road No. 8 to complete the highway around the mountain above Lyle In lime to make the
road accessible to fanners in Klickitat county wiui will use it this tall in
hauling crops to marker.
The convict camp at Blanchard,
where men are working on the old
waterfront or state road No. Six. will
be increased, Hunk houses were placed at the state's disposal for this work
by J. .fc Donovan and extra quarters
Will be provided ior the new line.
At a railroad commission hearing
last week a station and station agent
was ordered at Blanchard, the mill
company shipping from that point
guaranteeing to reimburse the Greal
Northern for the extra expense. The
new station will facilitate the state's
work on the highway.
There are thirty convictB at eacli of
thi rock-crushing plants at Meskill
and on Fidalgo island and the extra
prison labor supply will allow the
state to work both these plants to full
capacity.
New rock plants are being installed
at Marshall Junction, near Spokane,
and the new site near North Yakima.
Railroad spurs have been built to each
of the new plants. The output of
these new plants will be utili/.ed on
roa 1 work in tho immediate vicinity
of the plants.
Experiments with the convict labor
belli on the state highways and at the
rock crushing plants is declared to
have proved profitable with the shod
crews employed. Working tlie camps
to their full extent it is claimed by
highway officials that a substantial
profit can he shown, lt is claimed
it will be unnecessary to increase
camps, and as all the manual labor
is done by the prisoners, the only additional maintenance charge
cost  of food.
1
is     the
We have a line of Japanese
Crepe Shirts, collar attached,
and band style. Usual $1 value.
We are going to dear the entire
line   for
50c
THE SHIRT
In underwear we are clearing
a line of balbriggan; usual $1
the suit goods; while they last
we will clear tlie line at 75c
tlie suit. Shirts 32 to -!--. drawers to match.
Mme underwear. Watson's
elastie ribbed goods. (1.25 the
garment: while tliey last, your's
fur 75c the garment.
Other broken lines in flesh
and brown color-, usual 50c
values. We will close out this
line  at   25c   the  garment.
Our summer coat and pants
sale is still on at the oni -half
price rate.
1 I
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothiei
REGINA'S BIG HOTtL
NOT TO CLOSE ITS DOORS
Columbia Street
Regina, June s.���The Kings hotel
will not close its doors on .July 1. as
was at one time threatened by Mr.
Haslam, because of the way in wliich
the hotel was going behind financially.
Although Mr. Haslam is oui of tlie
city the Information is given out oi
goo.l authority that Reginas line hostelry will continue to clo a hotel business, and will make Improvements.
Mr. liaslain's intention to close the
house was made known at. the time he
discovered that the house was losing
money fast and he explained in that
connection that it would be necessary
to add a couple of stories with another hundred rooms befoie the place
could be made to pay. Whether or
not the decision has been reached to
add the rooms is not known, but at
any rate the hostelry changes hands,
and the license Is being applied for
under a new name.
Up to the present time the hotel has
been owned by the Kings Hotel company, Limited, and the license has
been held by that firm. Now, however,
application has been filed with tlie
local license department for a license
in the name of the Saskatchewan Real.
ty and Improvement company, Limited, indicating that the hotel property
has been transferred to that company
So far as actual ownership of the con- j
trolling interest in tlie house is concerned, however, there will be no
change, loi' J. 11. Haslam Is the head
of, und principal stockholder la both
companies. ���
It ls understood that the Saskatchewan Realty and Improvement company was pait owner ol the hotel pi".,
erty wnen it wlb operated undei ino
tiaii.e of tin- Kings Hotel company,
and tin- transfer simplj puis ihe complete owneis.np ol tue hotel ia tn.
hands of ilie lo, nil r cone- i ll,
New Westminster, B.C.   ft
10 CMUJ.'^oi
���YOU  NEEDN'T
COM! AROUND"
to  our  office   evi ry  tli
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers   will   be   glad   to  take
your order.    Then, toe, a ]"���>���
tal   will   bring  about  t:
result���good   coal   in  your >'
lar  at  short  notice,    also, our
phone   is   In   good   order,  anl
their  numbers ate  16 and 1'
Coal  procured  here is crack ��*
Jack coal, however secured-
[GILLEY  BROS. Ltd.
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. STORE, BANK PITTING S
! AND   OFFICE Till LlUJ
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
imm^^'^'
MONTREAL TO   EI-.ECT
STATUE TJ LAT2 KING
Montreal. June 8.���At a meeting of
citizens held al the board of trade
this afternoon It was decided lo erect
on a suitable Bite in Montreal a
statue of the late King Edward, A
general committee was appointed, and
inis body will select an executive
coinmltti e lo ste to the undei laking. j
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, who presided,  Stated  that  the  monument   s.'ioui.l
not  lie a rich.man's monument, but
that every man, woman and child
Should fell that his or her dollar was
jusi. aa welcome as the rich man's
cheque,
Bishop Farthing'; and Principal
Peterson, of McGill, declared thai it
was not necessary to go outside of
Canada for a statue of the late King.
A large general committee was appointed, with Lord Mounl Stephen
and Lord Strathcona as patrons, Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy president, Hob
ret Melgiien vice-president, George
lladdlll honorary secretary and Sir
Edward Clduston honorary treasurer,
The committee will meel at once
to form sub-cc-mmltteea to carry on
the work. One suggestion made all ir
die meeting was thai a marble arch
should he erected by the city at the
new entu-nce to Mounl Royal park
and on the top of tlie arch ��� gtatue
of King Edward In his coronation
lobes be ejected by the city,
���<-m      V^O*W
TJ.   BROOKES,   Proprietor
*    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street,
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW5
IT WILL BRING RESULTS jRSDAV
JUNE 9, 1910-
inL    UA1L1     iNLWO.
'land
notice
to
REGISTRY ACT.
-:;n application has
��to ***** ��5to, iihde,
**   ihe ow'nt-'   '   ,, E   A. Wilmot
tfS-^Z brntr-Brnt Bel
WATER NOTICE.
ire i"... ?���f,0 '<*���
rter
Duucan  Boll
undei
%
to   uuncau   Bell
.or "f d.       the 13th  day  of
<��**  " '"���     M  and  singular
ffi, - .   tract,  of   land
*������ I-���������' ving and being
tS,i^:';-. sew Westminster.
Wl��' British  Columbia,
%i'?.-5-0Uoini ����d desxrlb-
*    0{ the southeast
' ia    Township   3,
of S< ^;',, ;Vridlan.
'"p 29. ��"*' W limine through or
6&*T.      -sons  Calming
vou ��nd���8'    ,,j land by Tlrtue
terwt1. ��""  mBtnunemt, and
t m ap ABSENCE OE HOLE BARS     | DIPLOMATIC POWERS FOR
III HINDU FROM UKTLD STATES    CONSULS WILL BE URGED
vision ol
Fatah
Dhin's Little Scheme Nipped
Bjd by Ship's Barber���Comedy
of   Errors.
lr
ll*rS0D   f_
reft"
any   interest  In
ll(..ent, whose title
, Pr the provisions
.ct." ��r�� requir-
���ia��
ft"5 *? .a
[)'I3
^��,d ,  n of the ��** Pnr
fo"1*" ',���*,-t Bva d��T�� from the
forT'      cation   of  thl.
in  dof����lt of a
.-���   0t   ..a   poo*o����i
^::L;'tonr,!or,roet.;ro-
:'��", Th ef tou will bo tm-
���y^'ltsst t.trba.rta-4 from sot-
��lopp^..i�� to o la fspoct of
* aha i    rofclMor
owner   thereof
Notice is hereby pi ven that a
plication will be made under Part
of the "Water Act, 1909," to
iicei.se in the Westminster i>i
New Westminster District.
la) The name, address and occupa
tion of the applicant:    Frederick W.
Smith, residing at South Westmll
P. O. address, N'ew Westminster, 1
dairyman.
(b) Tlie name of the lake, stream oi
source (lf unnamed, the description!
is): an unnamed spring, situate on
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Bectlon 30,
Hlock 5, Noth Range 2, west, New
Weatnilnste ��� Dlst.ict.
(c) The  point of diversion:   About1
the    centre   of   said   Suddlrislon   12
(owned by J. K. Murphy).
(d) The  quantity  of  water applied
for  (ln cubic feet per second):  One-'       ,,,,.,,',,,   ��,,���������     -
��� ti��t>, ihdi ion  '"'li]*- the  Minnesota wen- exam
? ~J      k        ,        . .v *\ �����>'<���   'or   eye   diseases.    The   Hindus
(���) Th* charMtar of the proposed Bt00d in u.(. aQd thelr      Ud
work.:    A prl-a-o waterworks system   puUed back by ,,K, lmml^atlon ���hy.
throsgh a 1-iseta     ������ .**     at fro *..i     ���  ���
gakSlvttioa 1*2 :��� ��ii     -'   * property,
MAIL   SERVICE.
Following are the hours of despatch      Notice is u, \W%Cf ���-" a.p,
, ,,f  ���   k -,t the New West- plication  will  be made  under Part \
f'n" E?��tea        our g iven  in of the "Water Act, 1909.' to obtain a
minster postofflce ana  iiour t- ..       Westminster  Dl-
I'Premier   Laurier   Will   Bring    Matter
Up at Next Imperial Conference
Powers Now Circumscribed.
ittle, June 8.���Shakespeare's
'Corned) of Errors" was Improved upon in real life yesterday, when Fatah
Dhin, a Hindu passenger on the Min-|
in .ota. tried to steal the name and
Identity of ilahi Baksh, In order thatlferenee
Ottawa.  June 8.���Reform    of    the
presenl status of foreign Consuls-General  in  Canada will  be urged by Sir
Wilfrid   Laurier at the Imperial Con-
which will be held in London
each case being tlie hour of closing,
���which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated are despatched and received daily except
Sunday. The only mails despatched
and received Sunday are the G. N. lt.
south and C. P. R. east mails, not including way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mai^s   Despatched.
��i?
jd W'l. **
".^."'."oH*. 'hat pub-
*' A, ,i i. ��Hi-a for thirty days
W of l.I  ni bllihed ln New
���.i:,i!T �����"''���' ,f.  .ood and  sufftc-
--.inster W�� \
^'lc�� ,,,'*'i '$*** Registry Offlre,
WZ*JZ*   '  '   'nee o^ Brltlah
fc  '-���.:.i,    ith day
of   Apr!
,    a, KEITH,
l iPtrict Registrar.
,   ,,i. -. am nt Loan & Sav-
:    -��� ,    :. ,���,.,-    llros.    Ltd.,
wbioh *4j��iu
(f) Tko p <*mi.*a ot wblcii tke wat
er 1. to bo nod ***.- :ya sane):
**��ii -i������ ��� aai ( of Blook 2, fiec-
tlo. ?.*. Blook ��� Xortk R.*eo 2, wftst.
Now  WmiiIi. ��   Di.triot,
(gl Tho ft*'a**** for wkicb tho
w.t*r ;�� to ba dom Foi agricultural,
ii.u��i��S   a��d   .loss.f
(k) This  noi   ���  ������  poitod on tho
2ei day of May, 1*10. and application
will bo mad* to tho Commisnioiier on
Ithe 6Hi day of .luao, 1910. ��t 2:S0 p.m.
il)    Gl��e tbe nimwa ��nd addreBses
'of any rtparl-m proprietors or HcensPes
Iwho or  WhO.e  liri'lb  are  likely  to be
affected by tho proposed works, either
above or below the outlet: None.
F. W. SMITH.
Box 536, New Westminster. B. C-
le might get into the L'nited States. I next   year.     As   a  result   some   new
Saturday all the steerage passengers international law may be written bear-
********-.  ������      *..__J^^B_         ling  u,)0n t(ie diplomatic  relations  of
British dominions with other nations,,
and a still further step taken toward j
direct     Canadian    representation    at
Washington.
The role of foreign Consuls-General
at Ottawa has grown increasingly im
portant  within  the  last  three  years,
Fatah Dhin Rejected.
Fatah Dhin was told to stand aside
because he was suffeiing from trachoma. He managed to steal back in
the line by shoving out a smaller man.
Apain he was examined by the doctor
atid thrown out of line.
Yesterday morning when the name
| of Ilahi Baksh was called, Fatah Uhin
presi hie :    !iiu�� elf   befoi e   the   spei lai      	
Immigration   board   with   the   papers I they  shall  not be  dealt  with  in any
bearing his description and marks of (diplomatic sense
but the official
them has been
old days when
autonomy   than
recognition accorded
as meagre as in the
Cariada had far less
now.     The     official
.icense  in  the  New  Westminster  Division   of   New   Westminster   District,
ia)   The  name of  Company,  Vancouver   Power   Company,  Limited.     The
head ollice at the City of Vancouver,
British Columbia.   The capital. $2,500,-
000,  divided   into  2,500,000   shares of
$1.00 eacli, all fully paid up;   (b) The
name of the  lake, stream or source,
I unnamed stream running through sec-
lion 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence   in   a   northwesterly  direction
flowing   into   the   Fiaser   river;    (c)
The point of  diversion,  2,300  feet in
a   southeasterly   direction   from   the
southeast corner of section 19, bloc .
6, north range 2, west;  (tl) The quantity of water  applied for,  .lfitl cubic
feet per  second;   (e)   The  character
of the proposed  works, a small dam
and  pipe  line;   (f)   The  premises on
which    the    -water    is   to    be    used,
two (2), three (3) and four (4), group
two   (2),  New   Westminster  District;
status of Consular officers in Canada
is circumscribed by a Foreign Office
circular of 1006. which stipulates that
Mails   Received.
, Co.;
U.W. Leishman
j. w. Hew-
IT
PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
DAILY NEW
The Consuls-General have consequently no diplomatic status whatever.
They have assumed semi-diplomatic
functions, however, and have thereby
greatly advanced the good relations
of their governments with Hie Dominion. The question of Canadian representation  at   the  capitals  of   nations
with which the Dominion has import-1        ,        ��� ���  ,
an. relations is a natural corollary of bV,��"        lT!'.PHday,
s of foreign consuls In ~ '    9;1�� a-m.-Vancoui
8 a.m>���Vancouver and Victoria via,
B   C. Electric  railway. :
First C P.H-  east taking  all  points
east including Langley and district
The   mail   for  Abbotsford   and   district   Clayburn and district. Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are de-,
spatched by way of Vancouver
8   a.m.���Blaine     and     Seattle,      n-
6ltt,%S ^rifS2n?Sea2d8 at III The' purpose for which the water
ft?d 1 Sita^ Thursdays and I is to be used, domestic; vh) If for
elmere, on  Tuesdays,   inursu jlrrigatlon describe the land Intended
Saiu Suri'-or mails are received from j to      be      irrigated,      giving      acre-
All Sunoy mails ai�� Ha-'age,   no;     (I)    If   the    water   is    to
^^nd Fernrcgc wh arrive ibe usea for power or mining
"T. Port SSSmftoS on Tues- purposes describe the place where the
on the lort ^uicnon  u�� i ,i returned to some nn-
T'O bS-V�� WH. and S toSl,   and the   difference  in
Cent'S Park Xb C Electric rail- altitude between point of diversion
Central  lark, via       v. j ^ ^^ Qf return   no;   ���������   Area 0f
Ot-
fB8 of Ireland  June "
',,   ,.  June 2,i
tf t,,'v    1
,s3 0l Britain  Ju'>   l
~ED. GOULET,
CPU. Agent.
Westminster
"ransf er Co.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 3*5.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
identification. These were a scar on
- bl ti mple and a mole on his
lefl cheek. The Immigration Inspectors found the scar all right, but a
three weeks' growth of beard concealed the mole,
Shave Shows No Mole.
Just when they were alumt to take
thi mole for .ranted and pass him as
Ilahi Baksh, the real Ilahi burst excitedly into the smoking room of the
Minnesota, where the inquiry was be-
in. held. He protested volubly to In-
spector Jolley that the other man was
not Baksh. but someone else who had  ���., ,...��� r	
Bl ��� :. lus papers, and triumphantly'that Canada should have its own r��=
displayed both scar and mole. Fatah .preservative. The volume of business
refused to admit that he was Fatah between Ottawa and Washington is
and Insisted that he was Ilahi, Final-[steadily increasing and while, in
ly the ship's bai her was called into the | deference to this fact, Mr. Bryce, the
court room and, against his violent I British ambassador at Washington,
protest, held by coolie sailors, Fatah'cuts across corners by communicating
was shaved and his left cheek was I direct with the Dominion authorities,
found to be absolutely inoleless. there are disadvantages ln the present
Fatah Dhin left the room in disgrace I system.
i Crown  land   intended to  be occupied
8-30 am���Vancouver and Victoria
including U. S. matter, and also
'except  Tuesday)   via  B. C.  Electric
railway. .....
9 00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
and Friday).
9:15 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
via G. N. R
taw-i g 30 am��� C  P. B.. east inrsi uuui , me ii��u v.  ^<=
At the present time Washington is ���UMrto4' Fraser   Mills  and  Coquit-1 sociation  of  the
regarded by the Canadian government ��a^                                                         Ithorlzes the prop
as one capital  where it is important j ������ p,m._C. P. R. east.                   | works reads as f
.   .   ��� __j.   ., u  uo,n ito  own   rp-      ...    *_     -.- ....ar   rentra   Park Meets for which t
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    ik>
This  notice  was  posted   on  the  2nd
day   of   June,   1910,   and   application
will be made to the commissioner on
tlie 13th  day of July  1910;   (1)  Give
the  names  and  addresses  of any riparian   proprietors   or   licensees   who
I or  whose  lands  are  likely  to be  af-
jfected by the proposed  works, either'
above or below the outlet, none;   (in)
The part of the Memorandum of As-
le  company   which au-
oposed application and
-C. V. K. east. iwuian i<r<mo ,w .ollows:  "(3) The oh-
���Vancouver, Central Park j jects for which the company is estab-
Arro. ilished and to which objects the Corn-
East Burnaby by courier, pany are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of unrecorded water or by the purchase of water records or water privileges for,  (g) Rendering water
and   water   power  available  for   use.
ai.    .a.    ,\.
30 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
te
OFFICE���TRAM  DKPOT.
Barn 'Piono tl?      "   there   are  forty   people ln   New
j Westminster who want to buy a sum-
i mer  camp  alte  they   have  an  exceptional    chance   this   week  as White,
8hllea & Ca are offering forty choice
J lots at  White Hock for from $226 to
t&SO each, on terms of $100 cash and
the   balance   In   four   half-yearly   payments.
and the real Ilahi Baksh was examined. His answers were typical of
the other Mohammedans on the boat.
On being asked whether ho believed
in having two wives at once, he answered. "Only if my firs: wife should
Insist. " On being asked, what he
would do. in case of sickness, wiili tfc%.l
little money he had In hand, "Providence will look after me," was his
answer. I
MINER IS MAROONED
SIX   DAYS   ON
ISLAND
Dee tim* il:
Columbia Street.
|Pif!.*4��   deiweria   .romptly
u; part ot th# city.
ight and Heavy Hauling
HOW C. N. R. I!   TO SPEND
MILLIONS   RAISED  ABROAD
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading
Boston. Jure 8.���Further details of
Ithe    recent    financing   of   Canadian
Northern raUway projects are brought
who has
just
i ���   I   Manufacturers  and  Dealers  In   All  Kinds of
L'JMEBR. LATH.  SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED  WORK,   FISH
BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
FINISH,
PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Bex  137
and  Pacific rail
Just a Few Left oi
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th btreet.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance b, u
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise it you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or i. 1UUU on
terms.
Lot 7 cm 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Rid��e
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 casn handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
by   William   Mackenzie,
returned ti em England,
li-   reports the securing of $41,700,-
000 In E iropean subscriptions tor the
Mackenzie and    Mann    propositions.
This new capital wlll he used as fol-
ows
Canadian  Northern Railway debentures. $6,000,000.
Ne-v c. N. R, steamship subsidies,
$3,001 i.
VimiilH g    itre I   railway   devel  p
ni' nt.  .1,000,000.
Western  Canada Lumber company,
.;,:	
Dunsmiiir Collieries, Hritish    Colum
bia, $11,000,000.
Braseau coal fields, Alberta, $6,000,
000.
Duluth, Wlnnii
way, $4,200,000.
The completion of the Duluth. Winnipeg and Pacific railway, from Virginia mines into Duluth, wlll give a
through connection from Edmonton to
1 Chicago, via the Canadian Northern
and Chicago and Northwestern,
The entire $6,000,000 bonds of the
Braseau coal fields were sold to private subscribers In Hei. Inm, comprising the first lar. e sum raised hy the
MacKenzie & Mann people in that
I country.
LACK OF  MANLINESS
CAUSES   MEN   TO   FAIL
New   York,  June  S.���"Why  do  collie, e   men   fail""   was  answered   here,
| yesterday in a baccalaureate sermon
at   New   York   university   hy   Uev.   Dr,
McAfee, a Brooklyn pastor, formerly
of   Kansas   City.
"No system of society," lie said,
"not socialism, not communism, will
prevent what we %** every day���
young men with every opportunity,
wilh lull lowers, with all Inducements
to manliness, who wlll nol be manly.
The Bowery crowd, the bread Un s,
the assemblages of the 'down and our
are not  made up of men  who had  no
chance, of men who were crampec" '"
their  opportunities
college men anion,   them.
"Last   winter   a   visitor     who
passed through the same expo
himself found that a'good percentage
1 of  the men   who  made  up  one  bread
I line were college men. lie found thirty
I college men of his own acquaintance!
in one small section.    Another (lives
tigator found 400 college-bred men
the Bowery crowd one evening.    "
slums  produce  much  failun    '"'
avenues   produce   their
Seward,     Alaska,     June     S.���John
Schmitt, a wealthy Los Angeles mine
owner,   had   a  narrow   escape    from
deaw,  while coming down to Susltnt
river from TalS��6iS$ S-*. tlr,n ln . kmail
boat, late in May.    His bofit Vras capsized by floating ice, but Schmltt man- h*��
aged to reach a log and made his way '""''
|to a ledge of rock, where he was marooned six days, until nearly dead from
starvation, he was rescued by a river
steamer,    lie was cared for by boatmen and is being brought to Seward,
fully  recovered from his thrilling experience.
P
1:00 p.m
and Fraser
1:30 p.m.           ^^^^^^
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:16 p.m.���Blaine  and  Seattle,    in
chiding all TJ. S. points.
|    7:00 p.m.���Reyelstoke local and  C.
P. R. intermediate points.
j    1:30 p.m.���Strawberry    Hill,    Tim-
>.b��rl��nd   and   South   Westminster,  by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
I    1:30  p.m.���Ladner  and down river
points. East Burnaby, Queensboro and I
! BurquItUm. by courier. .       I
I 2:30 p.m.-Vanco-;,,.,- and piper
Sidlne. t1> A N n north
. ,1-ti-m-���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells. dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
d on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an oitra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all
U. S. points, east and south, via the
G. N. R. "Flyer."
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenus and Marion street
SEATTLE
RATES :
Roorrs $1   p~r  day   up.
Room  and  board  12.50  per day up.
Room  with  bath  12.60 per day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per da*
AU mtside rooms, with hot and cold
water, st��am heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus rn<��ett all trains and boatt
Tbe Dally News will be kept on file
ln our reading room.
application and distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of wj_
ter   in   any   existing   body   of. ^,a{'er
[or extending ^ej,.^^^ Averting the jjiSRj of any stream, pond or
���lHe/ into any other channel or chan-
neaB, laying or erecting  any line or
flume, pipe or wire, constructing my
race-way,    reservoir,    aqueduct    well,
wheel, building, or other erection or
work which may be required in connection   with   the   improvement  and
use of the said water and water power  or  by   altering,  renewing,  extending,   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining  any  such  works  or any  part
thereof."   (nl   The   Company   applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
tlie said water is section twenty-nine
'291, block five (6), north range two
I.)   west;   lo)   The  means by  which
it is proposed to store the water, by
dam:   ip)   The area of  the reservoir
site  or   sites  at  each   foot  in  depth
above the outlet, the depth above the
outlet     will     approximately    average
about six or seven  feet;   (q)  How it
is proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary hy expropriation;  (r) Approximately  the  number of acre feet
intended    to    be    impounded.    20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. LTD.
R.  H.  Sperling. General  Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
a-��^v ..       tiling Company.
Eburne, [B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bb>-
MA       _   ���     Of       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S3S.
in
many
had !
tenet
in
The
but the
share."
h British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
Injunction  Quells  Strike.
Decatur, III., June g,���Judge W
in the circuit court here toil   a   temporary   Injunction
ocal union of the United
restraining    it    from
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hummocks and Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Screen
Windows, Dawn Mowers and Sprln-
WerB( Sreen Wire Enamelled. Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Notice to  Paving Contractors:
Tenders  for  Paving   Second  Street.
The Corporation Invites tenders
from Street Paving Companies for the
grading, street paving, laying of concrete sidewalks, boulevarding and
construction of storm water sewers
for Second street from Clinton place
to Sixth  avenue.
Paving companies will be required
to state term of years they will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee,
also the steepest grade they calculate
their    pavement   ls   safe   for   horse
traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further Information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman. City Engineer, City Hull.
Tenders wlll he received up to 5
p m. on the 20th June, 1910, by the
undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
June 4.  1910.
Needed
Sherwin-Williams  Paints,
"Ladies' Aid" Range.
H. T. KIRK
Johnson
day   grant*
agalnat the
Mine   Workers.
Offi
ice
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Dominion Trust
Th<
calling  out  the engineers,    pumpmen
and mule drivers of the Decatur Coal
company.
Mad Mullah la Dead.
London. June 8,���The Standard says
I the  notorious  Mad  Mullah,   . Iohamed
I Abdullah,   who   long  troubled    Great
ain and Italy In Somaliland, was
ed ln a recent fight at liardega
lendly   natives   and   shot     "'-
2nd Street Lots        l
$500  to
I have only 8 of the above lots left.    Pices fiom
One-fourth cash.   Balance 0, 12 and 18  months.
These  lots  will   be  raised  $150 per lot  after the 30th June
BE WISE AND BUY NOW.
$800.
SOLD VILLAGE HALL.
Corporation of Ville  St. Paul
the   Money.  ^^^^^^^^^
Montreal. June 8.���The little village
of Vllle St. Paul, which Is about to
be annexed to Montreal, found Itself
in need of ready money, and to get
around this very common experience
the council decided on a novel remedy
and sold the village hall for $5,000.
The board of control ts indignant, and want Ihe village council to
explain their high-handed action.
There Is a bill actually before the
legislature asking for the annexation
of this place. When the Montreal
aldermen consented to annexation, It
was understood that Vllle St. Paul
i should not enter Into any business
I after May 1 of the present year.
Brital
' Capture<
bv   frl
His
th  has
a leader.
lea
y   nam bb   .n.v.
left hi3  followers without,
Peter Peebles
Phone 307.
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HIGH LINE CANAL
TO   COST  $26,000,000
1 North Tatdma. June 8.���Construction work on the high line canal, which
wlll Water 300,000 acres inYaklma and
i Benton counties, will cost $26,000,000,
1 or about $8H per acre, according to a
i report   recently subml*'_, ""i*;'"����!��.
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leer Anderson,,I- '"'"f,[h�� pUb\ff
lllnilnarv- ��� non-Catholic relf-
'0T^i .-us ifodles.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9
Something New in
FloorWax
The easiest way to
finish  a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the ioor,
let it dry ior about
f,i:een   minutes,
/O  and  bring to a
tO   polish by light
rubbing with a
Soft clOth.   .^**a****
No brush to push ���no work ���no
backache. Resists heel -ta arks,
scratching, ancl water will not turn it
white. Goes farther aad lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try iti Be
sure to ask for the genuine
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a
i City News j
30 Dozen
FINE
25c Each
Tb�� UsiwtApp!ie3 Floor Finish.
.9
Sola by
Anderson & Lusby [DgPho;
COLUMBIA STREET.
There are no cases cited to appear |    A   very   quiet   Wedding   took   place
In tho city police court this morning,  lust night at the home Of \V. H. Wilson,    205    Ninth    street,    wlun    his
A lot on First stieet is surely a de-  brother,   j.   A    wilSon,   was   married
simble thing to have.   See S. Fader. * 110   Mlss   Theresa   Mumford   by   Rev.
Workmen    are    starting    today    to  c'- w- Houghton.    The bride was be-,
make alterations to the front of C. A.  comingl.   dressed in a white princess
Welsh'* fctore gown and carried a bouquet of roses.
After the ceremony the wedding party
Fcw   spring   pUnts  or  cut   flowers,  sat down to a sumptons repast.    Tine
plioflfc Davies' Greenhouse. R208.      ������   Hapjpy couple  left  on  the  Owl   train
for Seattle and when they return thev
W.   \V.   B.  -Mclnnes,  county   court  wlll   ,ak(,   up  (heir  re8ldence  at  :.22
j*dge, of Vancouver, was a visitor in  Thirteenth street
tt\e city yi Bbei day.
1    A  ground floor, legitimate business
For a pkftBant cool drink, try the proposition   ottering   certain   and   ex-
Ice Cream Sodas at The ROyal Cate. *���  Ce��dlngly large profit to a man with
Mis. Q��i rge Adams, Twelfth street,
will receive i��a Monday, June 20,
and nol - gain until the autumn.
M   L-528 for all kinds of teani-
1   ll. Huggard. **
STRAW SAILORS
Regular values 35c to |L60. on s,ie this week.   This large number    Of    Women's   Whi
Straw Sailors-English made every  one.  not   a   hat  of  Inferior  grade   In   the  lot.    An
we rati
st sacrifice; hence tm-low price.   Hats of all ���teM are procurable-girls,   ml   ei
narrow,  medium  and   wide brims.    See our small show windows.
^e Westminster Modern
Business Sthool
If   every   ytnvng   fn*i   and   yotni.
woman  fully realized'' he advantages   Kin
of pursuing a entitle at this lnSBtta'
tion and then tlv' otfcl rt unities offrr-ed
for profitable   and'f'.n. eniul   ftn^y
ment. he or she writf d not liesi'ruf- In
selecting   this   ScVrf Jl   as   an   av---!":-
for advancement. ' A'e give I'nt-V. mi
conscientious att'^ ion to plwln:- our
Btudents  into  prVt (ions as we So  to
instruction.      Sift sfied    studefii'    are
our best ac?VoM; ement.
A.L  BOUCK,
610   Column:    St. "Pf'icipal.
Su-,** of the flrst district strawberries W the season were received hy
the local merchants yesterday fwsm
MjgSlon.
Anything in our line 10 to 20 per
cent,   saved   for   you.    Tales. **
��� Large crowds attended the O-y.tal
theatre last night to *ee the moving
pictures   of   the   funeral   of   tJ-e   late
Edward V5I.
$.")()ii    in    one   year   can   he   learned
about  by   wiling  to  "Inland."   P.   O.I
Box 349, Clty. **     '
B.   M.   Bryant   the |K>rter   charged
with Btabblng a C. P.   Et. dining car
conductor   on   the   Revelstoke   local
about a month ago, will come up for.
trial   tomorrow.     Bryant   elected   for
.1  seec-dy trial, and by a peculiar cog
In the wheels of justice the firs 1 date
! set for his trial w��B June tu, or almost
a wesft after the ainish of the assizes. ]
. If  Bi.ant   had  Dot   elected  he  would ;
liavf   been  tried  a  week  ago, but by ;
electing  for  a Speedy   trial   his case
hui.fi tire for a week longer.    At the
I time   the   daif   was   set   it   was   not,
j knewn   how  tong   the   assizes   would ,
' lVi-i and if ilw-re had been more cases
All Trimmed
Sailors half price
Xew York trimmed Sailors
sem .ready Straw Hats in a
great variety of the newest
shapes. Velvet hand trimmings
are tried to a larger extent on
a large number of these popular hats.
Half   Price   This   Week.
Special Reductions on Children's Silk and
Muslin Bonnets
Reductions of 25 to 35 per
cent prevail on all these attractive little headwear pieces. Si e
the selection on sale this week.
Hairlyke
Hair Nets
10c Each.
Large    si/"     Hall
blonde, light brown
dark brown, and bl i       \ ,,e,
cial  feature of this m
fact that a hairpin Ii
an appreclati d addi
nets.
or if some o! them had lasted longer
micbt   have   gained    a    few
The  Bohemian  Ce:e will  in  future
be open all  night.    Special  arrange-
ments for private parties. **   !;>at7   .
* ; days, but it was not to be.    The case
F.  C. Carty ard  F. \V. Pavis, who V,  a man's speedy trial coming after
recently opened S  furniture store on i: he regular  court is probably  unique
Front street. B#*e dlssolw-d partner-��m the history of the law admln'is-tra-
ship.    .Mr. Carty  is to enter another ;'tion  of Btitish  Columbia,
partnership-nex:  week. 	
See Fales tor Bed L<wnges.    Q��SNMHUnil fOTI\KCUT  11/11]
anteed goods-ct prices "cheaper tium  UltlUU MJlLl/Lll I   WILL
the cheapest **
MM mtwm\$
Gold Watcjes tor Ladi*gi frs>m-tS��- '5
np.
Silver Waicbes, gents' o^ou^a ce
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open <-*a se.
$7.50 up.
Agent ter Waltham and ;li .gin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams'-io .��� ��� ery
lhe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B- C. E. R. Dep:/t
The memtt' rs of th*- Sixth ave..ne
! Metlui list oWtrch will �� ve a recvi>t*>n
��� to their new; pastor, Rev. F. S. O'Kell.
TOUR NATION AFOOT
���Und "Mrs. O'Vell, on F* day evening at
'-r   ::'\""-p^ c
fweltth sirsei.
Another Lot of
SMART TAILORED NECKWEAR   !
Just   in   Saturday   afternoon, one of the nicest assortments of Washable   High  Grade   Neckweai
stoown in the neckwear section.    Worthy  of special  mention  are the Tailored Pique Coat Coll
I/ace Trimmed Muslin Sets, Tailored  Stocks,   Irish   Lace  Jabots.   Delicately   Colored   Jabol
ered Linen Collars, etc., prices, from, each,  25c to      $1.75
'snrx- of Mr6  George Aitor* *.
Considerable attent on is       ptS&bqj
being paid to First .street pr<m. 1.
Fader has *  good pi (position jau  the
market. *��
Sa tya   Deva,  Attendant  at University
of S*/,ishington. Will  Tramp  From
; Tacoma iq _4i-vV .v-.; ��'.ty. ''
Xieorna,  June   8.���Sat.y...   Deva,
Dagyna  .Maria, ��e  twelvMnonths- Hindu  student at tlie University  .
old   daughter  ot   .Mr   and   .Mrs.   Bick-1 Washington,  une JU   "-������onia  today
of
strom, of Qornwal'r street, &itii , yesterday morning after a short illness.
The funeral taks. . laces todqy from
the  family neddc-we.
Spring   is   here���how   abou'   those
plants   for   the , g. rdfcn?     Tidy,   the
I Florist, can suit ..you to a T ;'n anything in that line, **"
anu tomorrow mornii.ft will start on a
lau.g propfrcantinent tranjp, with New
Voik as his destination arid San Francisco- and New Orleans ;lr way points.
Hai expect< to leach New Vork within
a year and to Jake steamer for his
tome in Jjedia.
His triji w:il die in the nature of a
post-graduate annrse, foll/iwing .studies
The   marriage. _.t   Roy  D01&; y   andlat ,,le Vnivvriii y oi Chicago, the I'ni-
iMlss   Mabel   GaBfirude . fieidtenbacb, verslty of <fOQgtHi and Uie University
OKp     Unpphcintc   I linpfti     9^0 jdauShter of J- iie.ichenbach. will take!l'f   WasljsigU)r.    He   wfll   contribute
UuL " iilGlliIHllHu  LUIluli "tub  place on Monday morning Sit the resi-1 uionthly   articltfl   to   "Saxaswati,"   a
dence of the bride's father, CL.' Eighth ; Hindu magazine,
street,   wlien   Uev    J.   S.' Hm.derson I    In thejsoutu hi  will study the negro
will officiate. problem.   D s-a.if, one of the brightesI
students a.r |i.e ���university, being.bet.
The proper place to dine is  at the   ter  ground?.1   in   fundamental   Ameri-
| Bohemian   Cstte, ,JQepot  Hotett ��.block, can  information, perhaps, iu-lli most
The best of e-.wr. Uiipg. **     | college stwlci.i-.
He speakjj  K... lish  perfectly.    One
|thing whiffl.' he e;;pects ul contribute
,..,,.. Ito discomfort on  hit  iotrnev ks the
C.   BR    ine  were, bought yeaierday \ fact lhat  ���e t,      ^tSShl
by   the   street   railway   company   for j B
.50,000.    Frei. lit .sheds  wiu foe" built
on   this  site.    The  property  ww   pur-
| chased   only   a .few   months  i^o   by
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TEI AL|
STORAGE!
Ten   lots   at.   th"  junction jof .thej
Eburne &  I'ancniJVfr-WestmJxift. r  B.
HERBERT P. VE>AL
Market Square
PMONE 475.
SPKIAl
For  a  short  time   w*  are  offering
Razor   Strops   worth   One   Dollar 'for
Westminster people; for $1,000 ia! lot,
J these selling shortly after to Vjooou-
[ver capitalist at. aaiitjji; advanoe.
The landlord business must te a
pretty good line or there would not
be so many in it. WJjttJber it na.ins,
snows or freezes he gats his. ,Why
not be a landJ<ud y,o:ij;self? Start
small at first aad pay ithe rent to
yourself. You'll like [t ami never w/ill
you go hack to tbe old-syjitem again.
Buy this good looking
Continuation of Warm Weather in
Manitoba Ls;Hoped For.
Winnipeg, June 8.���The crop report of the C P. H. issued taflay, is
full of lntenanting comment regarding
the progress which fe being made in
the  agricultural   districts.
It ls hoped ifhat tho warm weather
of  this  week -.will   Ue   maintained  so
.,   ,   ...   as  to  give  the  necessary  impetus to
and  well  built for the reapinj, of ft ,rtienom(.nal ha���
Ninth   street  for *V,m cU*.; "balanT'V6St    N�� &dUme i8 H'"��rtPd * any
arranged over eighteen months.    W.J.
Kerr. �����
s conscience tonb*dllng the eating of meat
or  eggs.
CROP    REPORTS    GOOD.
six room house on Tliind arenue oee
| point, excepting Burnside. where the
(agent report* suiune sli#ut damage to
I oats by frost.
.      .        . ,, , The    strawberry   ovp   in (the   sur-;	
Fifty  Cent..   Can sell you spectacle.  rou^ng (lisuU.tH js JjnJt J"   ��A
there is likelihood that there will  be'CANA0A LOSE6   LEAD  . N
,     ,       u   A ..         ,             S   serious shortage of pickers.     Some I       GRAIN SKtW*fENTS TD BRITAIN
We are  agents  for Kodaks mi  sup-  d ,tlW! ;0iriners   from  ^   ^Sto   side 	
plies     Arsenate  cf   Lead   for   Cater-; of tlie river were in tie pity yester-1   tUmdon, June    *.-��� Austtalla    last
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
MERCHANTS' SANK Of CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
jffiflBfrfr- " ESTABLISHED  1864.
Thif IBank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
pillars.   Ask for quotations,
Spectacles E0 cents up
I day looking for help, but most ol tbem ' OSOth displaced Qatada an Jhe gran- ,
returned without it or without t-venia,'.v of the Empire, sending twenty-J
definite promises. The growers .are '���nvp Per cent more wheat to Great]
offering ..one cent a basket to lhe J Urit*.in. and fifty per eent mtwe than!
pickers. :the 1'itiited States In flour shipment; ]
I j to Great  Britain,
I    To   Furulsh  an Office,  sec   W.   K. ���
Fales. ���* ������ '-������- -���'������  ���11
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Dank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
let, ratesof Interest paid. No delay in Withdrawals. Open Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 o'cl< ck
���this gives eveiybody. working men, merchants,
etc , an opportunity of cashing cheques or making
deposits. 	
New Westminster Branch,
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43
WANTED
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
rVou'-N,i':
leeia
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices
on all Odd Lines
COME AND
SEE US
In Our N'ew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   Bast   of   I'ank   of
Montreal
Jn the SAUMty court yesterday a suit,!
brought   liy   .Contractor   J.   C.   Allen I
agajajt ii. B, Dean for payment fori      ��� 	
tome work  on  .Uie  Dean  block  here, j
wan heard by Jud^e Howay, wlio re-     Several    teachers    tor   the    public
served judgnijnt.    The dispute Is of a schools    of   this    city.      Applications
1.1 technical nature,    ii. I,. Edmonds up-'will be received until noon of the 22n'
Ipeared   for   the   plaintiff and   \V.   G. inst.
"^ i McQuarrie  for  the  oi-fence. ROBERT LENNIE,
City  Jailer Pltienflrlg.  has started i Secretary,
s  duties. |    N'ew  Westminster, June 8,  11)10.
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
****************************************************
t
Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
B lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
Of   this   property,    $350   each.   Terms.
In lots extending from First, to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at reav.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
>*************+i
>*******
MmmmmMi *****i ���*���.***
The CHEERFUL CAFE
Is, As You  May Already   Kno
""_
Tie ROYAL CAFE
The " ROYAL ' is recognized as the
place to go for good things to eat. There
is a cheerfulness and freedom from restraint
ahout our heautiful dining-room that places
guests at their ease at once. And the service is prompt, the -waiters are courteous,
and with delicious, well-cooked food, what
more   is desired ?     You Try Us Today
- - MUSIC EVERY EVENING - -
Wine Glasses,
Cups and Sai   lC,
ers, and Sou    m
venir ariicl     >5 ^
Cut Pricer
THE ROYAL CAFE
PHONE   375    -    Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
Now IS
to acqT
thinS      ;��� one of
thes      a lines.
die time |
jire some-j
-%!���
G
AdaiB$
Phone 92

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