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 White Rock
fW SEASIDE   PROPERTY
U.HITE, SHILES & CO.
W^V WESTMINSTER.
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WHITE, SH
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HE  PLACE
S & CO.
NEW   WEST 'TER.
INSPECTOR    \m ABBOTSFORD HEN
ANNUAL VISIT   ��� tostmuno
RADICALS UNEASY
m VETO
, , Dawson Well Pleased
hvith Penitentiary Here-
���rove��* Under Way
'. penitentiary.   Our-
��� "W ears the old build-
[^Cntorn dow�� and anew
has ,, the Bame time.
���            movements
,K "he buildings a.  the pent
^Ubeen undergoing a corniest k''  p0ur new tiers
L .'   ,,m modern sanl-
1*J"   ..;   conveniences   have
��'tt4   ,���r... a Bhort time work
;,, whin, will double the
j Properties  on   Which   Mineral   Rights
Are Reserved Are in Big Demand,
Owing to Oil Boom.
DONKtY ENGINE IS
RAISED FROM RIVER
SETTLEKS ARE OF stamp   HANGS SUSPENDED BY
that is sure to succeeu ;  TEETH OVER NIAGARA.
Joseph   Martin   Will    Ask|Diver   at  Work    Locating
Premier Asquith a Direct!   Valuable  Cargo  Lost  in
Britons Brought by C. P.  R. and  Settled Near Calgary Show Aggressiveness   From  Start.
,-��� ���  '     ,
W 111*. M     	
)��il capsrirv���.     As   BOOII   BB   posBlble
:n tho original building
nil. wi out and n large hall lefl
,.'.'...���.-  ' | resent.
. .. fitted with self lock-
|f,.��':.;. bo that a guard standing
j.'.   .     0f a   row  <>f  celli  can
line with a few turns
ol arrant
I a aew prison wall, which will en-
J fjve acres, is being built
i completed.    The
|..::,- , .- watch towers on
Els new wall wlll give the guards a
|mac!i betti ."unity   of   Bei lng
It ii <..<��� pri are  doing  than
|. ���,
Convicts Do the Work.
Althoui irovements now un-
..    . thfl .sands of dol
lars if done        mU Ide  laboi, their
mall owln.   to
tl  ��� onlj nitiviri labor is em-
Tbe   prisoners   make   the
tnlthlng,  make
the cemi do the carpenter
ing at evi      Ing elee neces-
1- tion  of  the new
Ibulldtn ���  of   the   liner
Imachlne ��
in one pai ion there la
a tailor Bhop ai bbler   shop,
Iand Ixiots nnd
A li the li   it itlon are made.
i DaUj News representative
enlti ntlary   yesterday
I ��� ok   blm   around   to
_ e   Bill   Mm-:    made
1 ��� ���     pe.   "When the tow-
I ulll     said  be   ' there   will
w be i ' t anything like
The   guards   will
��� within view all the
get  too Dear the
*��H 'hoy will  be  ordered   back  at
I once."
In the mining recorder's offlce yes
terday elghl  residents of Abbotsford
filed applications for coal and oil prospecting    licenses.     The    lands    for
which the licenses are asked are all
in the Matsqui district and are within
a mile or two of Abbotsford In TownBhlp 19.   The names of tlie fl lei's are
George  Beckett,  Norman  Caswell, .).
A    McGoWan,  Alexander  .lohnston,  T.
Walters, R. A. Trethewey, J. P. Boyd,
John Beckett.
Since the boring machine has ar-
rlvei at Clayburn and actual booking
for oil ^t 11 ifd there has been considerable ��� ������., itemenl In the municipality.
On mosl ^t the land In that Bectlon
the mineral and petroleum rights be
long 1" the owner of the land, hut
there is a little on which these rlghta
at e     i ��� ed   and   pros] ectors   and
speculators  are  busy  trying  to  find
and stake any land of this nature.
Question on Subject Today     Fraser Last Week.
London,   June   16.���Advanced   radicals  still  feel   uneasy over  the  step
taki a bj ;; ���   go rei anient on the veto j
question.    Like   the  nationalists  and1
abor members, they are not prepared
to   endorse   any   modification   of  the
policy or program outlined In 'be veto
resolutions, and some assurances are
.   It   to bi'  necessary.
Tomorrow Josi ph Martin, the liberal
i: embi r for East Sl. Pancras, and for-
ii.er premier of British Columbia, will
ask Premier Asquith whether in any
conference thai   may be entered inio
with  the   opposition   as   to  the  veto
question, the government proposes to
commit    the    liberal    party    to   any
change   ln   their   present   announcement without  flrst submitting such a
change to their supporters in the commons.
STEAMER IS STOPPED
BT SEA OE LOBSTERS
Captain  of   Herrrine   Reports Striking
Little   Crustaceans   in   Dense
Masses o�� Mexico.
Discussing Copyright Questions.
Li ndon,   June   14.���The   subsidiary
conference on  the copyright question
was resumed today.   It is understood
that   with   regardl to   the   copyright'
within the Empire, a satisfactory conclusion  has been reached in respect]
to Canadian copyrights, which hither-]
to has proved  an  embarrassing faciei in all similar negotiations.
Seattle. June 14.���To navigate his
ship through a sea of lobsters, with
the crustaceans so thick that they
cloggeS the injection pipes, was the
experience ol Capt a. Qerollmlch, of
the Austrian steamer llermitie, well
known in Seattle. The Hei mine left
Seattle last month with wheat for
Manzanillo, and the unusual experience occurred while making the return trip up the Mexican coast.
The Incident has bet n officially reported  by  Capt Gerolimlch  to    the
:���   -.��� u   hydrographic  offlce  at    Tort
Townsend as follows: "May 29, 1910,
while steaming between Cape Corrlen-
��� ���     and   Cape   Lucas,    encountered
di n.e-       ea of f mall, soft  i ibsters
��� qne and a half lnc! - a long The
ste mei had to stop, and a Hve-j all n
ol these small lobster,   was
��� ' ���       om the circulation pump."
At the time of her Btrnnge experience the vessel was under charter to
'. ii en & i i trander, of Si affle. The
he- n Ine now at Nanaimo loading
coal for Nome, under charter to S s-
non & So    The Hermine is taking th
e of the Hritish  steamer Kilb'i.i.
which was wrecked near Fiji.
Imperial   Pioneers  Organized.
London,    June    14.���The    Imperial
Pioneers were organized on a per-
i manent basis at a meeting of the Unl-
I ted   Empire   club   today.     A   council
will be elected, representing Great
I Britain. Canada, Australia and South
j Africa, which will he included in this
��� new organization  and  be callel  the
Imperial   mission.    A   campaign  has
been  arranged  for the  summer and
autumn.
Work  was started yesterday on attempts at salving a part of the cargo
dumped  off a scow near the end of
Poplar island in the north arm of the
river on Friday night.    The company
secured the services of II. Cook, tlie
North Vancouver diver, who last year
raised   the  engine   sunk   at  the   end
the Westminster bridge.    Diver Cook
yesterday located one of the donkey
engines  and  the  snag  boat   Samson
hauled  it  on hoard,   fle also located
the other engine and it will probably
be i atsed today.
ln addition to tlie engines there is
lying at the bottom of the river a
cook stove, several cooking utensils.
i the coils of wire worth reveral hundred dollars, a hammer for a idle
driver, and about $1,000 worth of groceries. It is expected that most of
this stuff will be saved, although most
of the groceries will be lost.
There is about thirty feet of water
where the cargo went down; the water is dirty and the current is very
swift, making the work of the diver
arduous and dangerous. Thirty feet
below the Fraser in the muddy water
there ls no light whatever and the
diver has to conduct all his opera-,
tions by the sense of touch. '
11. i). Blackford, manager of the
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber company, to
whom the stuff belonged, was in the
city yesterday overseeing the salving
operations.
The cargo dumped off the scow
was a valuable one. In addition to
the two donkey engines, which were
quite new and the hest obtainable.
and the other machinery, there were
enough supplies on board to stock
the companv's big camp at Harrison
^^k*********mm���*mmmW
Calgary, June 14.���British agricul-'
turalists now coming to Alberta ac- j
cept conditions as they find them. On '
Wednesday last a party arrived and |
by Saturday a number of them were 1
erecting buildings on land they had ,
secured. Some are living in tents. I
"Such aggressive settlers cannot I
fail in this country," says G. B. Gray, I
In charge of the last party brought
out by the Canadian Pacific railway.
These people purchased over 7,000
acres of Central Alberta land. Mr.
Gray reports that the members of the
British party arriving last March have
already largely increased the size of
their original holdings. The London
office of the Canadian Pacific has
found so much Inquiry for lands that
the staff has been largely increased.
Spectacular Feat at Interna-
tional Carnival Almost
Has Tragic Ending.
UTILIZES RATTLESNAKE
AS WEAPON OF ASS4ULT
Gordon King Throws One at Head of
Colorado Sheriff and Now Languishes in  Jail.
MAYOR NOT ANXIOUS Tfl SEE (SYSTEMATIC INSPECTION
"" ^"���n��iin   rnt
CITY'S BUSINESS CRIPPLED
OF COLONIAL FORCES
���                .���    Pen,a^.--rd   Lucas   Unfolds   Scheme   to   Im
Strikebreakers    Coming    to    Re. la 	
Teamsters   In   Portland   Will   Be
Given  Protection.
prove Overseas Military Troops by
Visits of Distinguished Soldiers.
Greeley,    Col.,    June    14.���Gordon
King, who says he has no home, Is ���
under arrest  here accused  of resist-1
lng an officer and of assault with a
deadly weapon, namely, a rattlesnake.
King came here to attend the fort-
leth  anniversary   celebration,    which
closed yesterday, of the  founding of
the town by  Horace Greeley.    When
about to  depart he became involved
in an altercation with a railroad section liand. and Sheriff Florance arrested both men.   King broke away, and
as the sheriff covered him with a revolver,   reached   iu   his   pocket     and
threw something at the official, which
squirmed as it went through the air,
and   coiled   up   when   it   struck   the
ground.    The sheriff shot its head off
aH3 counted its three rattles after he
had handcuffed King.
At the police Station King produced
three more snakes, which wcte killed.
Ile now acsserts that he has been deprived of his means of livelihood as a
snake charmer.
Niagara Falls,  X. Y., June 14.���Niagara s    lirst   international    carnival
nearly   came  to  a  sad  end early  tonight   when  Oscar   Williams,  a  local,
steeplejack, who essayed a trip acrosa
the gorge on a wire hung at the base-
cf the cataract, sustaining his weight
by   liis  teeth,  came  to  a  stop  when,
above   the   middle   or the   river   and
hung forty-live minutes until iescue&
by the steamer Maid of the Mist.
Apparatus  Goes   Wrong.
Williams' apparatus  began  to  balk
j soon after he left the American short
; and  when it struck  the  up grade to-
the Canadian side lie came to a stop*
and then  swung  back  to  the  middle-
ol  the wire, which cleared the river
by 125 feet just over the Swift Power
company's tunnel  outlet.
Firemen to the Rescue.
Firemen   from   this   city   rigged   a.
pulley   with   ropes   and   sent   it   out.
to him.   Hand over hand he made hla-
way  to tlie deck of the  Maid of the
I Mist, which had taken up a positioa.
I be.ow him.
Spectacular Suicide.
j     At  the  height  of  the  carnival tes-
tivties an unknown man jumped into
t the river from the Luna island hi idge.
before the eyes of thousands of peo-
I pie and was swept in a twinkling over
! the brink of Luna falls, which never
gives up its dead.
Almost within an arm's length was
a bridal couple from Detroit, who described the suicide as a man of fifty-
years. 200 pounds in weight, of darlc
complexion, close-cropped black mus.-
tache, and wearing dark clothes.
An attempt  to rescue the body at
the Cave of the Winds failed.
Plenty   of   Rock   on   Hand.
The E . ��� ���   [g  nol   conducting
ms on Wright island
ake sl pi.���sent and probably
.  until   nexl   year,  as
a   good   supply   of   rock   and
-   el Ii avlne In the | enltentt
m Is.
��� are no women prisoners kem
twe.   All females sentenced  In  this
pari   f thi    o intry are sont to Fort
pi nltentlary, as are all
the  female   convicts    from    Alberta,
Manitoba and Saskatchewan.    As an
j Index to the little  crime  committed
Mv women '.:. Western Canada, ll  Is
��� ' ting to imtc  thai   there  are at
tpresent only  three  female  inmates of
"m Alberta Institution.
[HAMILTON   PLANS  FLIGHT
1       ALONG  NEW  YORK   STREETS
������"���*' York, June 14.���Speaking tomtit ol bia proposed exhlbiti m flight
'"r New Yorkers, Charles K. Hamtl-
1'5 who yesterday flew from New
I"** :" Ph ladelphla and hack, said:
- ntee to iiv up Broadway
7��the Uattery to Harlem at an
7��ti   nol   exceeding   the   third
s ' I cept where 1 have to go
y "* l. of Borne construction like
thai. - -  '���
ARTIST   SHOOTS   HIMSELF.
Distressed   Because   of   III   Health,   Illustrator Commits  Suicide.
\    New York, June 14.���Leon Guypon,
well  known as an artist and illustra-
trator, shut himself through the head
In   his   studio   here   today    aud    was
found  dead on the  floor, a revolver
by  his  side.    11.  C.   Merrill,  a  friend,
said   tonight   that   Guypon   had   heen
engaged to Miss Agnes Poster, daughter of a Boston banker, but had broken j
the engagement because of ill health,
i lie   suffered   With   heart   trouble   and
had  been told hy  physicians that he
might die any time.
Warned hy a hysterical letter, Merrill hastened to the studio this afternoon, hoping that he would be In
time to dissuade Guypon from doing
anything rush, but wheu he threw
I open  the door of the studio he found
I Guypon dead.
.," 'W i.  of   some   construction   iiw
",'  There is  plenty  of  l'oom be"
, f,'��H,e i,.hiding lines of Broadway
r -������)���   biplane,  and  I'll  make the
trip  jusi   clearing   the trolley
Postpone  increase in  Rates.
Washington,   1).   C,  .fane   1.4.���Vai.   ,
ous   eastern   railways.   Including   the
Huston & Maine and also the Canadian Pacific, have agreed to postpone
the date of a proposed increase of
ten per cent ln lumber rates from
June IB to August 1, in order to give
the Interstate Commerce commission
an opportunity to investigate the pro-
posed Increases
Portland,   Ore.,   June   14.���Encouraged by the firm stand taken by Mayor
iion  in  connection  with the team-
.is'  strike,  i embers of the  Draymen's association are reported to be
preparing    tod; .���    to   import   strikebreakers  and  at   the  same time  put
a number of loc- ' nonunion teamsters I
] to   work in   the'   places   made  vacant!
when 4tio union teamsters walked out]
j three weeks ago.
In a lengthy announcement the
mayor stated that he would double thej
| police force if necessary to protect'
"any man who wants to work." Hei
made it plain, however, that he will
not look with favor upon the importation of professional strikebreakers.
"As mayor I cannot stand by and
see the city's business crippled when
there are men who want to work,"
said he. "therefore. I Intend to give
j every person living in Portland, having a desire to won . an opportunity
to do so without fear of personal injury."
The mayor said lie would order the
chief   of   police   to   s ie   thai   neither
strikers   nor   their   sympathizers   he
allowed  to congregate on the struts.
As a result of the mayor's announce-!
ment,   unionists  doubled   their   picket
Hnes today and prepared  for a light
"io the last ditch.'   as a strike leader
put it.   The mayor's announcement is
looked upon as fair by both the teamsters   and   employers.      Both   sides
claim that they are winning the strike.
London. June  14.���In  the house of
lords   last   evening  Lord   Lucas,  parliamentary secretary to the war office.
speaking   in    connection   with   Lord
Kitchener's  resignation, said that  so
much   benefit   to   the   forces   of   the
Dominion   was   anticipated   from   thel
recent visit of Lord Kitchener to Australia, aud that of General French to
Canada, that If as a result of the next
colonial conference,  visits to the dominions for the purpose of inspection
and advice on military matters could
be made more or less systematically
by an offlcer of high rank and distinguished  military  service,  the government believed it would produce more
useful   results.       lf   this   should   be
agreed to.  the  most  appropriate officer to carry  out  such a  duty  would
be the commander In chief of the Mediterranean forces.
Lord Landsdowne remarked that he
could imagine nothing more unfort-
nate than that the Canadian and Australian governments should read this
proposal for the first time in the public press.
Lord Lucas said he had made qua'i-
fteatlons with regard to Canada and
Australia; the governments of these
countries certainly would be consulted befoie anything was decided.
GOOD CROP  REPORT.
C.  P.
R.   Statement   Shows   Healthy
Conditions  in   West.
Winnipeg,  June  14.���The  Canadian
Pacific has issued a crop report covering  its  widely  extended system  in ,
the west which shows that, generally j
speaking, the weather is favorable and
the growth rapid.    Of the thirty-nine j
sections reporting, only four sound a;
note of alarm.
In the Lethbridge section the crops
are said to be needing rain urgently,
and on the Langdon branch crops are
suffering on account of dry weather.
Calgary also reports that rain ls
needed, ancl the same cry comes from
Souris and  Medicine Hat.
All the other sections, however, report enthusiastically in regard to favorable weather and rapid growth.
From five to ten hours of rain has
heen the general rule.
The Canadian crop report for the
week ending June 11 gives evidence
that the prospects generally are regarded as better than ever for a rec-
o'd-breaking crop. The warm weather
of the last week, which succeeded intermittent spells of frost and snow,
has been exceedingly beneficial all
around. With the exception of t'.ax.
all the seeding is coinnleted and the
growth of crops is very favorable.
Indian   Giam   Dies.
Victoria, June 14.���The biggi st In-
(Ran in British Columbia has just been
TaTu  to  rest  in  the  native  cemetery
of the  "owichan tribe  with  all    the
I honors due to a great man among his
own  people.    "Doctor Tom"  was the
departed brave.    He was the heredi-
; tary medicine man of the Cowichans.
i who   in   addition   to   being  reputedly-
1 a maker of mighty medicine, weighed
| in  life but eignteen  pounds under  a
��� ouai ter of a ton.    More than ?>th) Indians attended his funeral, and nine
stalwart    Siwashes     acted    as    pall
bearers.
'EUROPEAN  BANKERS BUY
SOUTHERN   PACIFIC   BONDS
New  York,   June   14.���Kuhn.   Leot>
&   Co. today   announced   the  closing
of  negotiations  for  the  sale of  $26,���
000.000 of the  Southern  Pacific company's  San   Francisco  Terminal   first
mortgage four-percent bonds to an European   syndicate  made  up  of  bankers in Berlin,  Hamburg.  Amsterdam.
i Paris   and   London.     The   bonds   are-
to be issued to reimburse the South-
' ern   Pacific   company   for   money   expended in acquiring terminal proper���
I ties in San Francisco.
Ore-laden Ship Stranded.
Norfolk, Va., June 14.���The British
steamer Dundonian, from Cuba to
Baltimore with a full cargo of iron
ore. stranded on the Virginia coast
last night, two and a half miles south
of Cape Handy, during a light fog.
Tugs are alongside.
GOING BACK HOME.
Worst Cloudburst in Years
Does Immense Damage in Berlin
CODDEN CLUB REGRETS
DEATH OF GOLDWIN SMITH
London. Juno 14.���The committee of
the Cobden club has placed on record
its  sense of  the   great   loss  the  ctuD
has sustained In the death of Dr. Gold-
wlu Smith, who was a member of the
club   since   its   formation,   and   who I
was the  author  of  its  motto:   "Free!
Trade,  Peace and  Good  Will  Among j
I Nations,'  and  who  through  his long
life was a strenuous advocate of the
policy  embodied  in  this motto.
Berlin, June 14.���The worst cloud-
.     ���������", .mium   i-i.��� ine   wum   "���	
'"'S! In many yours caused hundreds
', ^ouaands of dollars damage in
'"''Im tonight.
tnllais everywhere were flooded
wwi street cars, omnibuses and other
r',1"'' "topped,
,,'��' subway was filled with water.
lfte tableB and chairs of out-of-door
"WirantB were swept away.
. *or " time the water was three feet
'I' "i mosl of the principal thor-
Klifaics. Twenty persons were
r','"'k by lightning, but so far ss Is
l""'l'tl. none were fatally Injured.
"'"'���ae, Germany,  June  14.���It   Is
^milled that 200 persons lost  their
, ea  n lhe fiood that swept the vai-1
I,,;,"1  the  Diver  Ahr.    Klghty-scven
"s had been recovered today.      |
v. report  received  here  yesterday
V;���   lha< fifty lives were lost at the
'ia8e *������ Sehult when a bridge crowd
ed with persons watching the turbu
lent waters was carried away.
Throughout tho Ahr valley only one
biidge ls leTt standing.
The floods were caused hy a heavy
rain that had continued for several
days, causing the River Ahr to break
Its hounds. Sunday night there was
a cloudburst and the waters choked
tho valley, drowning every living
creature in their path and causing
in'iieiiso monetary damage.
Two barracks In which Italian and
Croatian laborers were housed were
Swept away, and their occupants, who
were In their beds, were drowned. |
The railway was washed out and
several villages wer" destroyed, Lightning which accompanied the rains
did   much   damage.       Yesterday   the
flood subsided.
There Is much distress among the
surviving peasants of the valley, as
most of them have lost their possessions.
Newspaper Proprietor Dead.
Adelaide, South Australia, June 14
���Sir Robert Fvan Kyffen Thomas
died here yesterday. Sir Evan was
the proprietor of Tho Register, The
Observer   and  The   Evening   Journal.
Young   Man   Who   Attempted   Suicide
in Europe Returns to Father.
New   York,  June   14.���Estrada   Ca
beira,   son   of   President   Cahelra,   of
Guatemala, arrived here today on the
steamer  Kron  Prinzessin Cecille,  accompanied  by  a  nurse and  two  doctors and  apparently Utile the  worse
for the wounds from which the Cherbourg   authorities  found   him   to   he
suffering on his arrival there on the
steamer from Paris and  which were
said to have heen self-inflicted. Young
Cabeira's   brow   was   slashed  with   a
broken  bottle, but  the wounds were
not serious.   The young man had been
In Ill-health and under constant medical   attention  while   in   Europe.     He
Is on his way back to Guatemala.
Teachers Ask  More Salary.
Portland,   Ore.,   June   14. ���Twenty
school  teachers, acting as a  committee representative of all teachers em-
played in the public schoo's of  Portland, are conducting an active campaign  for a  general  Increase of sal-j
ary.    The   teachers   assign   the   high >
cost of living as one of the reasons
i for  desiring pay each  month  In  the
I year.
MGR. SBARETTI ISOLATED.
Delivery Man Fined for Taking Only
Avenue to Residence.
Ottawa. June 14.���A unique case
was before the local police court yesterday when the driver of a delivery
rig was fined for driving on an improvement commission driveway contrary to tho bylaw forbidding the
presence     of     commercial      vehicles.
thereon.
It developed that the man was on
his wav to the residence of Mgr_
Bbarettl, the papal delegate, and that
there is no pther means of getting
there. The home of the Pope's representative in Canada is therefore
commercially isolated until some-
amendment Is made in the regula-
i tions to cover the case.
Southern States Would Rival
Canada as a Field tor Immigrants
w-inHera  Penniless.
Millionaire  Waders J-
Chicago. June    4.    ' ne i fl
have.lnthelrQustodyamanherinl.
to he R- it- Bdmlswn. a i nuf_
llotlftlre dry goods met Ja n(ler.
Wo- The PJ^fgXrday ni.M pon-
SfeirHaTafPlace? In an Eastern
SSSrittft two years .go.
Money for British Colu-bia.��goo
London, June W.���Anjwn�� ��      u
of'^x-percent dehcntut.     -^ Co���
hoVtly Ptaced on the toWket a. 08.
CHARLES HAMILTON WILL
FLY   TO   CHICAGO
New York, June 14.���Disparaging
his biplane flight from New York to
Philadelphia and return nearly to the
starting point and evidencing dissatisfaction with tlie accomplishment
Charles K. Hamilton today announced
that he expects soon to make a"real
flight." He intimated that he would
undertake a long distance flight that
would smash all previous records.
Hamilton plans to enter the contest
from New York to Chicago or the St.
T/'ouis races, which carry prizes of
$25,000. He Is preparing today to fly
from Governor's Island round Van
Cortland! park to the extreme northern end of New York.
Washington, June 14���With "Go
Bouth, young men. and emigrate us
his keynote, Representative Ransdall,
of Louisiana, today addressed the
house as a sort of advance agent for
the Southland in general and Louisiana in particular.
lie based his remarks on the exodus of many of "our best citizens
into the British possessions north of
the United StateB and the rapid congestion of our cities caused hy the j
growing unpopularity of life on the
farm and the large influx of Immigrants, many of whom settle inl
cities." I
As a remedy for all these prolde-vs
he suggested to the house that the
persons concerned should be Induced
to come to the South.
He showed that during the h'St five
years 314,614 citizens, carrying with
them material in money and property
valued at over $12,000,000, to say
nothing of the immense personal value-
of each of these persons, emigrated
to Canada from tho United States.
He commented at length upon the concentration of aliens In the cities or
the United States.
"The Southern states would gladly
furnish homes to every one of on
own citizens," said he, "who have gone
to Canada or contemplate such a move-
and would welcome our own boys and
1 girls who have left or expect to leave
the hardships of Northern farms to
i the unfamiliar life In the congested
I city. Moreover, we can supply farms
:to a great many of the foreigners who
, seek our shore, and we are anxious
I to   receive   all   good   Immigrants   ot
the   Teutonic,   Scandinavian,   Brftf��t>
, and French races." ,.
II
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PACK  TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
JUNE
'����
^
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
WANTED ��� SEVERAL TEACHERS,
male and female, for the public
.schools of this city. Applications
will be received until noon of the
22nd Inst Robert Lennle, Secretary.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
STREET
TURE OR  REGISTERED STOCK
I BYLAW, 1910.
 -
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
dollars   for   Stieet   Improvements.
first been approve
WANTED���TO   RENT   FURNISHED
bouse of live or six rooms with modern conveniences by July l for
three or lour months. Convenient
io car line preferred. Apply /..
Daily .News offlce.
Acreage���$300 each;
$10  per  montli.
[4 cash;  balance
City���An 8-roomed     modern    house;
size    of lot,    132x132    feet;    price,
$f>,-a0; Sl^ai)    cash;     balance    at- j pair  of  Btreets
ranged.
IMPROVEMENT    DEBEN-   same  Bhall   have
by a resolution oi the council.
���   ':  Thl8 Bylaw shall  take effecl  on
the day   of 1910,   and
may he cited as the -stree. Improvement Debenture or Registered sunk
Bvlaw, 11)10." ,     _    ,
\   rids Bylaw before the BnaJ passing  thereof,  s I receive the assenl
:,���  the electors el  Ihe said  eiiy  ill  the
i manner required by law.
Whereas,  certain   sums  of    money      Received the assent of the .-lectors
have this  year  been  expended  out   of  _ ."t,|o d:!V 0f 1910.
the general   revenue of the city  for      Rec0nstdered and finally passed iu
the construction, improvement and re-       n councn the day of
and
WANTED���SMART DINING ROOM
Ggirl. Apply King's hotel, Columbia
6treet.
WANTKD���BOY TO LEARN PLl'.MB-
ing and tinsr.iithing. Apply James
& McClughan.
ARCHITECT WISHES TO SHARK
office or desk room. State location.
Reply to Index, care Daily News.
WANTKD���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese to work before 8 a. in. and after
7 p. m.    Apply S. S., P. O. Box 150.
For Sale���Cottage; 3 rooms; large
lot; on Tenth street; $7f>0 cash.
This is a snap buy.
N. W. 14 section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feet of
timber. No timber lease. .35 per
acre.    $2,000 cash.
WANTKD���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist in light housework. No cooking. Apply Mrs. Baker, 10'J Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTKD���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.    B. Abrams. Mgr.
CITY���Modern house and large barn
on Fourth street. Rented for $30
per month. Price .3.700; terms
$1,000 cash.
CITY���8-roomed house and fully modern on Fourth avenue. Size of lot
is 80x1-iti feet. Price $4,800;
fifth  cash, balance easy.
one-
BURNABY���Two
and    tramline.
lots  close  to   store
Price    $250   each;
i',  of   S. E.
LANGLEY���80   acres   N
'4   of  Sec.  10,   Tp.   10;
intr.     Price   $35   per
$1,300   cash,   balance   1.   2   and   3
years.
some e'ear-
ncre;   terms
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J, this office.	
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED IIOUSK-
keoping rooms. Apply Box B. News
office.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTKD���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work Apply, Mrs. A. K. Kellington, 501 Queen's avenue.
WANTKD���TO KXCHANGK 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city-
property. Value $3000. Apply B. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GKNKRAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR. SALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
���wagon.    Apply S. S., Box 150.
FOR SALK���FIVE AND A HALF
acres, South New Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
$425 per acre. Apply P. O. Box
25fi.  City.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson Block.
Phone 629.
Four Lots in Sapperton; 150 yards
from car. $500; $25 cash, balance
$10 per month.
Corner Lot, 00x124; slashed; facing
down hill; levely view; close to
new school, Sapperton. Price $5M,
on terms.
FOR SALE OR RENT���TEN ACRES
of cleared land, good house, large
barn, packing house, stable, chicken
run. 200 bearing fruit trees; on good
road close to tram line; six miles
from city. Apply to Wilson, Cook
& Co., Northern Crown Bank Building.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPKR-
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
car line. Only for sale within the
next thirty days. Address A. 11.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2.R0fi lbs.I. Sound. Also wagon and
harness mew). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
Ten acres of the best fruit land; 1^
acres cleared; 2 acres slashed, burned and logged off; 3 roomed house,
barn, peultry runs; small fruits.
Fronting oa Scott road and close
to car.    Only $2,000, on terms.
Five acres on  Scott  road:   good gar
den,  house, well, etc.;   three quart-j Stock
ers of a mile from car. This is good
at $13no; terms.
sidewalks, and it
S expedient  that  additional  sums be
spent   in   like   manner,  amounting  in
all   (With  the sums already spent)   to'
the   sum   of   One   Hundred   and
Thousand   ($150,000.00)  dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that if the
said sum of One Hundred and Fifty
Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, be appropriated from the general revenue
of the city for the current year the
rate of taxation will be excessive, and
it is expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the:
said sum should be raised on the
credit of the corporation, and that dehentures or registered stock certificates should be issued for that
amount;
And Whereas, for tlie payment of
interest on the debentures or registered stock certificates, propose! to be
issued under this Bylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock certificates when due. it will
be necessary to raise by special rate.
In addition to all other rates, each
year during the currency of the said
debentures or registered stock certificates, the sum of Seven Thousand.
Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-lOit
($7,500.32)  dollars;
And Whereas, in order to -raise
the said yearly sum of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred and Ninety and
32-100 t$7.51)0.32) dollars, an equal
rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rateable property of the City of New Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said city, according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
thereof, is Seven Million, Two Hundred and Forty-nine Thousand and
Ten   ($7,249,010.00) dollars;
And Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thoasand, One Hundred ($1,617,100.00) dollars, irrespective of the sum of One Hundred and
Seventy-fonr Thousand. Five Hundred
($174,500.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
101O-'; the "Fire Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw, 1910"; the
"Schools Debenture or Registered
Bylaw, 1910," and the
Parks Debenture or Registered Stock
���
NOTICE.
that   Hie
true cop>
will   be   taken   into   consider;   :
,the  Municipal  Council  of
I New   Westminster  one
day of the lirst publication there
of in the "Daily News" newspaper,
wllich first publication took place on
the 13th day of .lime, 1910, and that
a vote of the electors of the city will
be taken on the said proposed Bylaw
on tiie 11th day of July, DUO, between
the hours of nine o'clock a.m. and live
p.m. at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic Building;
the Fire Hall. Sapperton; and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,       Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, June 11,  1910.
Pake  notice   that   tne   above   is   a
1 iu-v  , nv of the proposed Bylaw which
by
the City of
month    from
th
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR   REGIS-
ISTERED   STOCK   BYLAW,  1910.
Bylaw to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand. Five
Hundred ($97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
i  g to advance the same on the credit I
of the debentures or registered stock
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money  not exceeding
in the whole the sum of $97,500.00, and -
to cause the same to be paid  Into  Uie
treasury of the said clt) tor Uie purposes mentioned herein.
2,   ||   shall   be  lawful   tor  the   Mayor
to  cause any   number of  del tures
or registered stock certificates tt	
made, not exceeding in the whole the
sum of $1)7,500.00 for such sums ol
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or au equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of the
l'nited Kingdom of Greal Britain and
Ireland al a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures or registered Btock certificates
Shall be sealed with the seal ol the
corporation, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned by the treasuri r there
of. or by such other person or persons
as may'be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures or register! d
stock certificates shall be payable on
the first day of July I960, at such
place or places ns the Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall bear Interest at the rate of four and one-half:
per centum per annum, payable hall |
yearly on the first day of Januarj
and the first day of July in eacli and
every year, and the debentures Bhall
have attached to them coupons toi l ���
payment of interest, which said cou
pons   Bhall   he   signed   b)   the    said
Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shal!
be levied and raised in each year, in
addition  to all  other rates, on  all the
h-ni
ben-
i
a
Hammocks
Croquet Sets
P��c Nic Baskets
Pic Nic Piates
Etc., Etc.
MOREY'Sl
Pe   1 ��:'
B>
f . nredge-
fc>
I ca"1"'
Used a
, of ���:
leer.
Columbia  Slreet���663I
New Westminster, B.C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watei
Manufactured
Whereas the Board of School Trustees of the City of New Westminster have caused to he prepared and
laid before the Council a detailed esti-
mate of the sums required by the
Board for the current year's ordinary
expenses of maintaining the schools
of the said City of Xew Westminster;
and have also prepared a like detailed estimate of the sums required to
meet any sprrlal or extraordinary expenses legally inctirrahle by the Board,
which last mentioned estimate is subject to consideration, alteration nnd
final approval by the Council, and the
same has heen finally approved by
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required
under the said last mentioned estimate for schools amounts to Ninety-
seven Thousand, Five Hundred i$97,-
50O.0O) dollars, made up as follows:
Thirty-five Thousand ($35,000.00) dollars for the erection and equipment of
the new Sapperton school; Two Thousand, five Hundred  ($2,500.00) dollars
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room  8,  Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ItOOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply SIS, Milton street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
way,
loan from any person or poisons, body
ior bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures or registered stock
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money, not exceeding
iin tlie whole the sum of One Hundred
Sapperton���We    have   a   few   choice land Fifty Thousand  ($150,000.00)  dol-
view   lots   on   Blair   avenue   very  lars, and to cause tho same to be paid
cheap;   $U5 down, balance  monthly. I into the treasury of the said city for
Worth investigating. |the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall he lawfu
Bylaw,   1910,"  of  which   none  of  the!for  tlie  erection  and equipment of a
principal  or interest is in  arrears;       school on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thou-
Now Therefore, the Municipal Coun-1 sand ($60,000.00) dollars Tor the erec-
cll of the Corporation of the City ofjtio<i of a  High school.
New Westminster enacts as follows: And Whereas, by Section -In of the
1. It sliall be lawful for the  Mayor ^Ihe   Public  Schools   Act   1905,   as   roof  the  said city  to  raise  by  way, c*l enacted  by  Section  ::i)  of  the  Public
Schools   Act   1905,     Amendment
City���Lot on Ninth street between
Third and Fourth avenue; unsurpassed view.    Price only  $950.
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED THREE
rooms; electric light. Apply 233
Eleventh street or 746 Columbia St.
TO  RENT.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester,
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, Citv.
Modern Broomed house, ideally situated; close in. If you are looking
for such a place call and see us at
once. Price and terms on application.
South Westminster���Y* acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $2it per lot; Vieash, balance
easy. If ytu want a home, secure
one at eiee, as tkey are the cheapest and learest lots en the Market.
KiLLINGTOT^^
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phene 680.
for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures or
registered stock certificates to be
made. not. exceeding in the whole the
sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than $U)n.OO each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4,86*
to the pound sterling; and all such
debentures or registered stock certificates shall be sealed with the seal
of the corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates, shall he payable on
"TO RENT���AN S-ROOMED HOUSE
on Seventh street. Apply Wilson,
Cook & Co., Northern Crown Bank
building.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Press
near The Daily News Co., 009 Victoria
Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Mfflce 'Phone 115,      Barn 'Pbone 137
Columbia  Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tbe city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
For Sale���5-roomed cottage close in;
large lot. Price $2,500; $500 cash.
Balance on  very easy terms.
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.
Price $2300; $300 cash; balance to
suit purchaser.
We have some real good snaps in
house property. Call and see us
about them.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
Columbia    St.,    Next    Todd's    Music
House���Phone 703.
NOTICE
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
31/2   to  26   H.   P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
the   flrst  day  of  July,   1900,  at  such j should be raised on the credit of
place or place* a* the Council of the I corporation, and that debentures
���Vet
1906, any statute to the contrary notwithstanding, the Council of any city,
town or rural municipality in the
Province including the City of Vancouver and City nf New Westminster.
may in each and every year pass a
Bylaw or Bylaws for levying aspeclal
rate of not more than Five (B) mills
on the dollar for school purposes, and |
tin- Council may in addition to such
rate apply any portion of the ordinary j
revenue to school purposes.
And   Whereas,   it   appears   that   the!
amount required to meet the current
year's ordinary expenses of maintaining   the   schools   will      exhaust     the|
amount authorized to he levied under
ISectton  -K) of the  I'ubllc  Schools  Act:
1905.   as   re-enacted   by   said   Section |
130   of   the   Public   Schools   Act   1905, |
1 Amendment   Act  1906,  and
j necessary  also to apply  a
j the  ordinary   revenue   for
I poses.
And Whereas, it appears that If the
, said sum of  .97,500.00 be appropriated
I from the general revenue of the city
j for the current year, the rate of taxation  will   be excessive,  and  it  is  ex-
' pedient  that such  excessive  taxation
I should  be avoided, and  the said sum
the
rateable property of tne city, BUfili
to pay the Inten st upon the de
tures'or registered nock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal thereof when
due, subject to any act or enactment
respecting the same.
5.  Subject   iis  aforesaid,  there  shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency  of the
said   debentures   or  registered   stock
certificates, the sum of $4,387.50  for
.the payment of interest  thereon, and
the sum of $546.20 to provide for the
(repayment  of the principal.
I     0i T'1? proceed? of the  sale of the
'said  debentures   of  VeRlsiered   stock
1 certificates shall be applied as follows,
land   not   otherwise;   towards   paying
the cost of the passing of this Bylaw
and   the   issue   and   sale   of the   snld
debentures or registered stock certlfl
|cates therein  referred to, and all expenses   connected   with   the   Issuance
of the said loan, nnd the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as required upon the order of th* trustees
hy  the  city   treasurer  to  the  several
persons to wTwtti moneys are payable.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect 0:1
the day of 1910, and
may he cited as the "Schools Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw. 1910."
8. This Bylaw before the final passing thereof, shall receive the assent
of the electors of the said city in thfl
manner required by law,
Received the assent of
on the day of
Reconsidered and final
open council the day
1910.
J. HENU.|
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C,
elephone  13. Office. Eighth I
��������������������������������������������� ���*<!>*��..tt<|
:       HORSE
SHOE!
WOOD '.WORK, AND]
REPAIRING  OF ALLi
KINDS
Done At-
: Benson &
Benson's   Old Stand,  .1
Next to Fashion Liver/,
********44444i >
the ���lectoii
1910
v passed in
'of
It will he
Initios of
such   pur-
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall bear interest at the rate of four and one-half per
centum per annum, payahle half yearly on the first day of January and the
first day of July ia each and every
year, and the debentures shali have
attached to them coupons for the payment of interest, which said coupons
shall be signed by the said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar shall
he levied and raised In each year. In
addition to all other rates, on all thei
rateable property of the city, sufficient [
to  pay the Interest upon  the dehen- i
tures or registered stock certificates,!
or
registered stock certificates should be
Issued for (hat amount.
And Whereas, for the payment of Interest, on the debentures or registered
stock   certificates   proposed   to   be   issued under this Bylaw, and for creating  a  sinking  fund   for  the  payment
of  the  said   debentures  or  registered
stock   certificates,   when   due,   It   will
, be necessary to raise by special rate,
in   addition   to  all   other   rates,   each
year during the currency of the said
[debentures  or  registered   stock  certificates  the   sum  of   rnur     Thousand,
Nine   Hundred   and   Thirty-three  and
70-100   ($4,933.70)  dollars;
And Whereas, in order to raise the
NOTICE.
Take notice thai the above is a true
copy of the proposed Bylaw which will
be   taken   into consideration   by   tbe
Municipal Council of the City of New
Westminster one month from the date
of the flrst publication thereof in the
"Daily News" newspaper, which llrst
publication tool; place on the 13th day
of dune, 1910, and that a vote of the
electors of the city will be taken on
the said proposed Bylaw on the 14th
day of July 1910, between the hours
of nine o'clock a.m. and live p in., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber. Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 11, 1910.
'Sheriff's sale of Smith-Premier
typewriter, 3 olflce desks. 10 chairs,
'.'.5 tables, a quantity of linoleum, office
.applies, maps, eic. at Evans &
��ariaa's offlce, 706 Columbia street, on
'Thursday, June 16( at 2 p. m.
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal thereof when
dim, subject lo any act or enactment
respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid] during the currency of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates, the sum of Six Thousand.
Seven Hundred and Fifty ($6,750.00)
dollars for the payment of the interest thereon, and the sum of Elghl
Hundred and Forty and 112.100 ($X1H..
32) dollars to provide for the payment, of  the  principal.
0. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates shall be applied as follows, and not otherwise: towards
fiaying the cost of the passing of this
Bylaw and the issue and sale of the
dehentures or registered stock certificates  therein  referred  to,  recouping
said yearly sum of $4,9.11).70, an equal
special rate on the dollar wlll be required to he levied on the whole rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said city, according to
the last, revised Assessment Roll thereof, is Seven Million, Two Hundred and
Forty-nine Thousand and Ten ($7,-
219,010.00)   dollars;
And Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand, One Hundred ($1,617,100.00) dollars, Irrespective of the sum of Two Hundred and
Twenty-seven Thousand ($227,000.00)
dollars proposed to ho raised under
the "Street Improvement Debenture or
Registered Stock Bylaw, 1910;" the
"Fire Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw, 1910;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
the treasury of the city such sums I Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
as have been this year expended in 1910," and the "Barks Improvement
street works, or may bo so expended|Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY        NEW
until the proceeds of Ihe sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates have become available, the
making, improving and repairing of
such streets and sidewalks In the city
jas may he deemed expedient hy the
I council, but no sidewalk or street shall
1910," of which none of the principal
or interest Is In arrears.
Now Therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as  follows:
1. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the  said  city  to  raise  by   way  of
t__jm_
'*l4US*\W**4**M*Zr>Wm
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Steel Tug Boat for British
Columbia" will be received at this office until 4:00 p.m., on Monday, July
4, 1910, for the construction of a stoel
tug boat.
Plans, specification and form of con-;
tract can he seen and forms of tender
obtained   at  this   department,   at   the
offices of G.  A.  Keefer,  Esq., district
engineer,   Post   Offlce   building,   New
Westminster, B.C., and William Heiul-1
ernon,   Esq.,   resident   architect,   post ]
offlce building, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified thati
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, slating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of
residence of each member of the Hrm
must be given.
Tenders must specify time of delivery of tug boat at New Westminster, B.C., free of all risks and charges.
The   Department  does   not   bind   Itself to accept tho lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, June  0,  1910.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If vou deposit your money �����
safety In The Bank ef 1
It wiil be safe v<-LH*' >ou lo"-
lt. and ready when you need it-
and it  will be
A HTheTime
earning for you thn ������ Ppr cent.
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any
time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST   ...
Quebec
West.
and
the
,$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
B.  C
Iili"--
I sit"1
ed
White Star-Doming
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
Newspapers will not he paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
The
A=-
cross-
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Ibe made or repaired out of the moneys (loan from any person or persons, body
borrowed under this Bylaw unless tlie  or bodies corporate, who may he will-
TENDERS will he received on or
before Thursday, June 23, for the
erection and completion of proposed
New Masonic Temple to be erected on
Agnos street.  New  Westminster,  B.C.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the architects, Messrs.
Gardiner   s.-   Gardiner,   Westminster
Trust  Building,  New  Westminster.
The lowest or any lender will not
necessarily ho accepted.
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~Tickets ApP^ t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTfttiNSTER^
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER-
Notice.
All   vehicles  while   W
iiinbia street must stand   bub
nd    not l
with   the   street,
against   the
may  be  sufficient
attne ��" S
rtll\V��>3
""    li   UP
sidewalk.   SO   tbat   tig
room   Wl   * | pg8B
tlifl
and especially the fire teams
along tho  Street  with  sa��
public. ,
By Order: W.  A-
City Hall, May 27, 1910.
to
pttncaN.
city c|er"' ���dnEs
iDAV-
JUNE 15. 19'��-
THE DAILY NEWS.
addressed to
endorsed "Ten-
tor  British  Co-
��*_ Vtata**-        .        ,     __   0fflCe
I^Sw^fiediieBaay, July
i��..!���ffl,oa Jtructl0n  of  a
|I,,T; ��� scew    Barge
E<-'
r)5.
10 p-b1
for
>.<��'
J1(l form of con-
jeclfl<*uo0"d forms of tender
e��<f ,������,���,   at the
,, tbiS   <'       ,   ,-_���.. District
'"'MsrchaitB Bai ^ ^.^^
Confederation
'W-andG.A.
Street
���District
'0���' '-;;::,t' Engineer,  New
nster.^'g are notified Uiat
i       ten ;,���,,,i unless|
E. �������' "'".,, ,i forms supplied
f* theft" actua]  Blgna;
V"i *   , upaUons   and
tatlngtbe Uii, ca86 ol
nature, the nature
the actual t,i ,lf re8t.
|    j
j ecitj   -ime of de-
Ederers !   ,. ..   Vancouver. B.( ,
I i charges
��� ,���. accompanied
' n a chartered
P^rz
tht
the
order
Minister
e   li0"';.   I. .   ill twenty-five
,000.00),   which
the person tende,
into a contract
��� '   '    , �� or (aUto
rtetork contracted for.   "
���
| LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boon   made  to   register   Duncan  Bell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wllinot,
Inspector   of   dykfis,  to   Duncan   Bell
Hall,   bearing   date   the   13th   day   of
June, A.D., L907, of all and singular
that  certain   parcel  or  tract,  of   land
iand premises situate, lying and being
'in the District of New Westminster,
iin the l'r.i.-a.e ot  British Columbia,
'more particularly known and described as part 3.00 a. i es of the southeast
quarter of  Section  18, Township  ;;,
Range 29, west of (ith Meridian,
You and those claiming through or
under  you  and   all  persona claiming
any Interest In tiK said land by virtue
of any  unre '--te ed  Instrument, and
all persons  cli," ing  any  Interest   in
the said 'and Ijj  dis  ent, whose title
is not reiiBu'jred   i'er the provisions
I of the "Land Reg", try Act," are requir-j
! ed to contest the    ..  a ol the tax purchaser within fory hw days from the
'date  of  the   flrst  pu'uVcation  of  this
notice upon  v iu   u-.i'l  In default of a
caveat  or  certlfl.'a'e  ol  ,'���*;  pendens
being filed  w'.fhln B'lC'i j crlod, or In
default of red :n;|,-.ioti n.forj registration, you anl e eh if you wil' be forever estopped nnd rtebarud from Betting up any claim to o   lu inspect ol
the said land,  tnd  I  shad    register
Duncan   Bell   Hall  as  owner  thereof
In ;. e     And  I bei -I y o  |.,  that  publication of this n< ire for thirty days
j in a daily newsp ij,#i pi i llshed in New
Westminster   W ll   I e   tood  and
lenl Bei \Ice '������������'    !
Dated at tho i ��� nd Registry Ofl   e
New Westminor, r-e''nce o' British
Council Accounts
The following accounts were passed im paymenl at Monday's meeting
of the city council:
Board of  Works.
Cunningham Hardware Co $ 30.78
Royal Citj Transfer Co    138.60
Joi eph Mayei a       ) 1.61
Messrs. Gilley Bros.. Ltd  754.8E
Brackman-Ker Milling Co     11.81
Royal City Planing Mills Co. .. 832.11
B, C, Telephone Co      7.01
Anderson &. Lusby      L8.1
Cori li in lon of Bui nahy    l L3.2
.i. Livingston      52.0
i eorge i lunnlngham & Sea ...    51.6
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd. .    47.8
A. (',. Brown & Co  440.C
Trapp &  Co.,   Ltd    1 19.4
Annandale         L.1
Benson        22.'
...   ..   Kirk          5.I
\Vi   tminster Iron  Works, Ltd.     3.
.lames  &   McClughan       29.
Vulcan   Iron   Works,   Ltd.   ..,    35.
Small ^- Bucklin Lum. Co     74.
Brunette Saw Mill Co     81,
Thomas Ovens     74
JC.  C.  Dunn      450
Westminster Press        4
c. Gardiner Johnson f*- Co.
Sunset Blue Print Co
ENGLAND EXCITED OVER
NAVAL DEVELOPMENTS
Mysterious North Sea Maneuvers and Strike on Battleship Disturbs London.
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
625 Columbia  St.
HOPE   &   BARKER,
Architects.
T. ,).
T. S.
Dick
II.
JACKSON
PRINTING
 _ ��� mr
Ltd
lf
. u -
the
aTd^eTnot bind it-elf
be   not    accepted
returned
fes^r;;',,,, ******
.... ��� public Works.
fi     " 'Ln'nT'b*  paid  ^
.   J  they   insert   it
Columbia,
D , 1910.
ii in ^ - i, ���
this Loth day of April, A
i    8. KEITH,
1 Istrlct Regl ti  i
da Pe-tt him nt Loan & Sav-
Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd
G. W. LelBhman; J. W. Hew
ital
authority,
Improvement notice.
:. SsrtMS
| , that is to
.oca.- ��� ������ '/'���;.:;;;''���';':���'
Tenth avenue,
j   - ��� 0f said streel
on bo. :���;'..,���
,.- between
������ .hall   be
;_        t   -
irrled movement
I . ,-i,v  AS
.  t .--.  Ei ������ l">   A'\
���������{'i::i\
���      vlBlOl
.     tbe    Baia
I emea ts Bhowlng
.mi.a ��� ��� ���: Hi I to be chargi   I ���
bst tin .8 V rtli i     - ���   r':i
I , bi  benefited by thi
J e.  particular!       I  '  '
l ��ld Clt) Englneei
I iving bi ��� n adop
|N. , ���...,'.-. given that the
L| ��� re open tor lnspe< Hon
r ���, i :���-.   Vsiessor, i its
J. eet, Ne* VVestmln-
I unless a petition
gainst ospd    works    above
lentioned. Bigned  by   a   majority   of
the land or real proper-
or t barged in rend   works representing at
II |n value thereof is pre
lentpii to  the  Coun.-11   within   fifteen
.   . te ot the first  publi-
atlon nf this notice the Council wlll
<- the proposed improve-
nen*s under such terms and condi-
i ��� to the i lymenl of the cost
il sncl In i rovements as the Council
My by bylaw in that behalf regulate
ind determine and also to make the
nd sB8i samei I
Dated tl        ��� .   day   of  June.   AD.
i'iin
W. A. DHNCAN,
Cltv Clerk
J Date nf first  publication,  the  10th
I*! Ol Jim.. 1910,
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
, Notice   to   Contractors���Tenders   for
I       Lnying   Water   Main:
Tenders win be received by 'he un-
dersl. tied for the laying and jointing
'of about fourteen (14) miles of 26-inch
steel   Rivetted  pipe and about   i	
feet  each  of  12-lnch  and   ill-Inch  Lap-
welded   Steel   pipe.    The   tender   includes hauling the pipes, fixing of all
valves   and   specials,  construction   of
bridges  culverts, etc.   Plans, profiles,
specifications,  conditions of  contract
and  further  information   may   be  obtained from the City and Waterworks
Engineer, J. W, B. Blackman, on receipt of a marked cheque, value $60,
which  will  be returned on receipt  of i
a bona tide tender.    A marked cheque
for  5  pei   cent   of  the  amount  must
accompany ea h ti nder.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p. m. of June 27, 1910. The lowest
or any tender not. necessarily accepted .
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
City  Hall,  New  Westminster. June
Total    *.-.,-; n
Water.
Anderson   <*.-   Lusby   	
T.  ,1. Trapp &   Co.,  Ltd	
���   Adams  	
j   Itlddell   	
Cenliaf l.i\ery  *.- Feed Stable
Cunning I lai dware Co	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.  ...
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd.  ...
nlcQuai i le   &   Co	
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
'  Royal City Transfer Co	
ih orge Cunningham Si Son .
George  it.  Speck  	
Dominion Wood Pipe Co.
I Wilbur  Smith    	
L.  Williams   	
11.   T.   Kirk   	
('ami.hell & Coburn ....
Brunette Saw Mill Co
i iane Company   	
Westminster Press 	
Fashion Livery & Feed Stables
A. Coopman 	
Royal City Transfer Co	
Gt orge L. Saunders  	
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Total    *12937b
London, June 14.���There have been
se - ral naval sensati ms recently; the
narrow escape of a crew when a submarine   remained   on   the   bed  Oi   tne
ocoan for an hour, a strange strike on
a battleship at Portsmouth, said to be
due to the unpopularity of an officer,
and the mysterious maneuvers in the
North sea.'   Admiral Prince Louis ol
Battenburg,   admittedly   one   ol   tne
,���1,   . real   officers   in   the    navy     in
charge of an Inferior attacking force,
' -was  ahle   not   only   to  elude  a  great
fleei  ol  battleships, cruisers and destroyers, which  were supposed to  tie
,!,:,,, |lng the east coast of England,
bul  mai ed to destroy the northern,
!,,;,,,. ,,,���!  capture thirteen of its de-
��� , dps, which weie commanded i
by Admiral Kay. In other words it
ffas shown that foreign invasion was
c0   paratlvely an   easy task.
In thi   London Service clubs there
have  been   gloomy  shakings ol    the
heads on the pan of retired "seadogs,
but at  Portsmouth, where active sermon- behind the scenes ^^^^^^
there  have been shakings of Inward         ffi 6   Westminster  Trust Ru.ldin
mhth   for  it   is said  there  that  tne New Westmins
Bt&rtllng affair was very quietly pre-
arranged   between  tlie  attacking  and   Phone
the defending admirals, the idea be- I	
[ng to shake up Mr. McKenna and the
Other   Officials  at   the   admiralty   into   r
further strengthening the personnel of
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will "be received by the
undersigned for the construction OS
the lirst section of the Canadiaw
Northern Pacific Railway from Nev^
Westminster easterly for a distance!
[ of sixty miles. Tenders to include-
Ithe grading, bridging, masonry, track.
I laying, ballasting and erection of tele-
'graph line.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may be seen and Tender Forms pro-
cured at the ofiice of T. H. White,
| Chief Engineer. Room 15, l'J5 llast-
iings Street West, Vancouver.
Total work to be completed by June-
11, 1911, and tenders to be received
, at our office, Toronto, not later than
iJune 15, 1910.
MACKENZIE, MANN & CO., LTI>.
Thomson
Phone   388
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
.,.    ���,���   Bi
New Westminster, B. C,
Residence  Phone 133
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take   notice     that    Simon     Henry
|Clowes of   Vancouver,   I!.  C,  occupation, building Inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. point of a small island lying
in channel hetween Granite island ancS
Nelson island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along th<��
shore to the place of commencement;
containing in acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F. BAQG8,
April 20, 1010. Agent.
 , ���
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLenr-
inan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
l...r,r,Ae     t n     3D-
Box 395
Health.
|B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd.
.$4.80
Total    	
Fire.
Messrs.  Gilley   Bros.,  Ltd.
Andei sun  A;   Lusby   	
Royal City Planing Mills Co
Cunningham Hardware Co.
B, C.  Telephone Co.,  Ltd.
George Cunningham <t Son
Brackman-Ker  Milling Co.
Benson  &   McMenemy   ...
Campbell  &  Coburn   	
Mi Q . sivie   fc   Company   ..
Bank of Montreal
Total
 TABLISHED 181
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000.000.00
Branches throughout    Canada    and
Newfoundland,  anu  in  London.  Eng
land, New Yoik, Ch cago and Spoka'
U.S.A.,  and  Mexh o  City.    A  g i
banking    business    transacted,    ' i -
teis of Credit  Issued,    available    with
correspondents in    all    parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
recrhed tn sums of Jl and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum   I present  r^te).
Total   Asuets   over   J1S6.000.000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. I). BRYMNER, Manager.
Market.
Anderson   &   Bushy   ....
B,   C.   Telephone   Co.,   L
Thomas Ovens   	
T.  J.  Trapp   &   Co.,  Ltd.
Total   	
P; rks.
B. C. Telephone  . >.. Ltd.
E.   Stride    	
', Westminster  Irea   Works
C. C.   Dunn   	
I Thomas Ovens  	
George R.  Speck   	
IT. J. Trapp  &  Co.. Ltd.
i Brackman-Ker Milling Co
P.  Burns &  Co., Ltd.   ..
P. J. Hart fir Co.. Ltd.   ..
Messrs. Gilley Bros., Ltd.
I III   lllt-l       OL,      . ,,j
the   fleets   as  well  as   the   coast  de-
fonces.
.������eanwhile  a  new   office   is   to   he
erected at the admiralty and will be
khown as the director of finance. This
official will cut down all unnecessary
e\] eases and be directly responsible
for all  items of expenditure.    Everyone hopes that the  new  official  will
be  a   genuine  business  man   with  al
hatred for red tape.    A little event,
which will give pleasure in Canada, Is
the appointment of Commander M. B.
Mac-Donald,   a   Canadian   offlcer   and
the son of Senator Macdonald of Victoria, B. C, to take command of the
cruiser  Miobe.    The  Miobe  sails for
Halifax about two weeks hence, and
it is believed that a public reception
will be given to her officers and men
at that port.
HIGH   COST  OF   LIVING
GOES MONTHLY  HIGHER
McMurphy & Craig
11 nan, of   Vancouver,   u,.,.   .
du ������ -ten I occupation  contractor, Intends to ap-
Phone  (So  _,_  j . *��	
I ply   for   permission   to  purchase   the^
following described lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted   at
m^hh the southeast point of the island situ-
Heating and  Plumbing late about four  (4)  chains from Tim-
  j ber limit No. 38733, thence northerly*
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To iand westerly and southerly and east-
I erly around the shore at low tide?
to place ot commencement, containing;
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
���     ��� -    **************     ���!��������
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
���  ���  ���       ^m r
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers of the bread
that is making New Westminster famous. Also choice cakes
cookies and candies. Our obliging drivers will be more than
pleased to call.    Phone 435.
B,     I
ll
.$20.41
Total
SAILS���
BmpreSB Of Ireland
Lake  Manitoba   ....
Empress of Britain
LAND   ACT.
Ne* Westminster   Land   District,
^ notice   that   James   Bateinan,
.    Kouver, B  C��� occupation, stone-
U*����..tends to appy tor permission
Ito tu,..l.    ^^^^MH^^E.    .i���u,.i ihed
 June 17
June 23
      ..July 1
ED.' GOULET,
cr.B. Agent
at  a post planted
. ..II    tall
lit
..��Wtftue
���lands.
flfflffiWol
I., J'rI- Ink ill a imidw ,..------
'7 southeast point of a small Island
��,D*��toul lOchalnB north of Nelson
slani: thence northerly, westerly.
Hm^ Bl d easterly. along the
!"nro ^ tt1(. piaCe ot commencement;
NnWnini; >; ,,,.os lnore or less.
JAMES  BATEMAN.
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
Agent.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
~    ' of Sixth.
Finance for  Schools.
T.  J.  Trapp  &  Co.,  Ltd	
11.   Morey   &   Co	
Anderson  & Lusby  	
Joseph  Mayers  	
Messis.  Gilley  Bros	
D. S. Curtis & Co	
|Royal City Transfer Co	
11.' T.   Kirk   	
The William Hunter Co., Ltd.
~. S,  Collister & Co	
The Surrey Nursery. Ltd. ...
.lanes   Muirhead   	
T.   11.   Smith  Co.,   Ltd	
; B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd.   . .
Q,  a.  Ebert   	
iQeorge  H  .Hendry  Co	
Washington, June 14.���Beginning
with September, 19U8, there has been
a monthly increase in wholesale
prices without a break up to March.
1910, and during the latter month the
prices were hither than at any time
in the preceding twenty years, ac
curding to a report just issued by the
bureau of labor.
The report, which is based upon an
investigation of 257 commodities, says
that  wholesale  prices  during   March.
HUn, were 7.5 per cent higher than in
March, 1909; 10.2 per cent higher than
in August. 1908; 21.1 per eent higher
than the average yearly price of 1900;
! 49.2 per cent higher than the average
; yearly price of 1897, and 33.S per cent
higher than the average price for the
ten years 1890-1899 inclusive.
The wholesale prices of 1909 advanced three per cent over the prices oT
190S, but with this advance they were
still  2.3 per cent below the average
of 1907.
Of the 257 articles investigated, 125
showed   an   increase   in   the   moving
price for 1909 as compared with 1908;
'  "�� "hrmce and 101
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Lots  number  14  and  15,  Blocfe
4, New Westminster suburbs.
Whereas proof of the loss ^f certi-
iflcate of Title Number C192 A, issued!'
in the name of Eustace Alvauley Jenns
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from-
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in
the meantime valid objection be made
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titlea
Land  Realstrv Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
DEALER IN
WOOD
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Opriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
PHONE   R527   ||   g>   g>   pAYSTREAK
RAILWAY CO.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY,   JUNE   5.
Showeo   an   iuli^���v   ...    ^  Leave New Westminster:
price for 1909 as compared with 1008; 5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
thirty-one showed no change and 101 and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
showed a decrease. New Westminster 7:43.
I    9:10���With  No. 2  going east;   also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassi?.,    Kootenay,    Okanagan    and
arriving   New   Westminster
i: 18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points. Sutuas and St. Paul; re-j
turning arrive Westminster 18:12.        j
19:35���With No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and traing from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C. B. FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Vancouver,
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, witto
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday;.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodatior?
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
VERDICT  PROVES  COSTLY  . I g mas
VE       TO INSURANCE COMPANIES  J^
Total
|i Henderson
W. E. Falei
���uldislung   to	
Total
'Ice, Front
St., Foot
THE  DAILY
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Light.
B   C. Telephone Co., uwu
George Cunningham & Son   ;
Messrs.  Gilley  Bros.   .���������
Westminster  Bon  Woiks
(i    c.  Dunn    ;,'.' "
Canadian C.en. Elec. Cf ���
w    it.   Gilley    ���'"iVrt
Can. Westinghouse Co.. Ltd. -
San Francisco, June 14.���After forty-
eight hours' deliberation, a jury in
the United States circuit court reached a verdict that gives a judgment
of $208,44ti.08 to claimants against
three companies that sought to escape payment on thirty-live policies
held by several of those who lost
heavily ln the fire on April IS, 1906.
A liberal legal interest of $56,616,47
is added to this amount. The company defendants are the Commercial
Union Assurance company, Alliance
Assurance company and Palatine ln
surance company. The plaintiffs were
awarded the folldwing amounts:
California Wine association, .242.-
405.83; Marie Tucker MacDonald, %'A,
801.44; Mount Shasta Mineral Springs
18,802.67;   Baker   &   Hamilton,    $18,-
37C..74.
The  case   was  tried  before  Judge
William C. Van Fleet
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS, Sailings
Until further notice this*
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock..
i 	
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster,
F. Shute, Mgr.
-lr
Finance.
I Daliy News Publishing Co.,
Dally News PubUsnin. *,*..,    -   ->w 11;30 p
Anderson & Lusdj    0
! '7r*
co
in.
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER    ���,
^aves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M; dally ��cep
00 Saturday  for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.5^
Ticket* at B.  C.  B.  R. ticket office u<l"���*��ft* Vancou-
tf'c cars leave Steveston every Hour (on tlu  lwlf
ver.
Total
|U
Police.
W.   T.   Askew   	
J.  L,   Maclnttes   	
Central Livery & Feed Stables
T. .1. Trapp &  Co., Ltd.   ...
T.  S.  Annandale   	
T. Bennett Green, M.D	
Capt.   PlttendrlRh   	
Dally  News Puh.  Co.,  Ltd.
B.   C.  Gazette   	
Royal City  Planing Mills   	
Dominion   Trust   Co.,   Ltd.   ...
The World Printing & Pub. Co.
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd.   ...
Tt.   Morey   &   Co	
Central Livery & Feed Stahles
Henderson Publishing Co	
C. P.   R.   Telegraph   Co	
W.   S.   Collister   	
George R. Speck  	
LeeB Limited   	
The Columbian  Co., Ltd.   ...
International  Contract  Co
On and after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
110:00 a.m    Daily
1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
,10:00 a.m   Daily
|11:00 p.m .... Daily except Saturday
Saturday
Daily
aW    W  V     mm      	
Painters, Paperhanger*
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567.'
214 Sixth Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.   Cm
3.80
' TO   NANAIMO.
'?'00TOnUNio'N'A'ND"c'oMOX."]    " |
ft nn n m ������   ���  ��loni1a>'s
8-00 a in".'Thursdayi ami Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
"'"". I -n . nt\ �� tii .  Every Saturday !
12,-SS  11: TO  WINCE  "UPERT ���
16.10      T0 STEWAH     ^ Everv  Thursday       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mmsm\*~-i mm.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
t re
,-national  Contract   w.   ���������      g^lTu68aayi    Thursday    and
W.  B.   Fales       fi 25 Fol- particular^ apply to
H   T.  Kirk    L     k12r| RD GOULET
$40.05
... .a��. ;,****��� ����^;rs.^'
u"����'t trip tickets to Steveston, Satuiu.u
Total   	
���hB Bridge.
Royal  City Tlaning Mills
Cunningham Hardware Co.
B. C .Telephone Co., Ltd	
Schaake  Machine  Works. Ltd. 199.7.
IB.   A.   Dalziel        22.00
Total    $228.80
Jackson  Printing Co
Vancouver Dally Province ,
Westminster  Press   	
R.  Wintemute   	
P.   T.   Bowler   	
Gaskell-Odlum-Stahler,   Ltd
J. T. Burnett   	
Roval Columhla Hospital  .
White. Shiles & Co	
Mrs. Forrester   (T.R.S.)
ED GOBLET.
Agent. New Westminster,
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
. BOWELL & ODDY
51.25
29.05
21.25 v..   l,.   .^...^	
A. G. P. A., Vancouver. s*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
12.95 -      If  there  are  forty  people in  New
4.00  "   Westminster who want to buy a sum-
66.60 The  Oliver  Typewriter   Agency   nt   mer  camp site they  have  an  excep-
187.00 746   Columbia   street   Is  being    con-  tional   chance   this   week  as White.
wain-, o..                                   31.95 stantly asked for stenographers.   You   Shiles & Co. are offering forty choice'
Mrs. Forrester  (T.B.S.)        50.00 can learn the Oliver at home. Seven-   lots at White Rock for from $225 to��
Publicity Commissioner      20.20 teen cents a day pays for It.   See Hoi-' $350 each, on terms of $100 cash antfi
  ton E. Sands and ask him to tell you   the  balance  In  four  half-yearly  pay-
Total    $892.70 ���.�� "ho-jt U,                                      **   meDtn.                                            ���*���" PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, jUne  ,_
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The Daily News
BRITAIN   DELAYS   IN
FOKWARDING   NAVAL   PLANS
  Ottawa. June   14.���Hon.  L.   I'.   Bro.
Published by The Daily ��.w. Publish-  JS^^* ^iTfhe^gSa! I
��n�� Company, Limited, at their offices,   ^   of   ,,.,,   n.,va|   department    over
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria   which he is to preside.    Yesterday lie ;
Streets. j installed        as        deputy        minister
Desbarats,   who   has    for    a
A.   Paige Managing   Director
George
couple of years been acting as deputy
minister of marine and who was formerly chief engineer of St. Lawrence
river improvements and of the government shipyard at  Sorel.
But preparations for the practical
work of constructing the Canadian
navy are not keeping pace with tlie
progress of the organization of the
civil branch. The minister is anxious
to call for tenders ns soon as possible
for the first two or three cruisers of
the new navy. He is handicapped,
, . however, bv unwillingness of the
been raised in Great Britain over the 1 1Jr(lisll admiralty to forward to Ot-
Canadian Immigration regulations, 0W- tawa the plans of the ships,
ing to certain cases of alleged harsh I     The authorities  in   England    seem
treatment in the wav of discrlmlna- t0 fear that c^'t:,jn topwtart details
may leak out  if the plans are placed
WEDNESDAY,   JUNE   15,   1910.
CANADIAN   IMMIGRATION   POLICY,
Quite   a   storm   of   excitement    has
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REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  M
DO
If-/
tion against certain classes of would
*oe immigrants.    .Many  of these  have!
.been   of  a  class  of  people  who  are \
���being assisted to emigrate hy one ori
more of the various charitable societies which exist on tlie other side of |
i
the  Atlantic.    Thes..   bodies  are pro-1
testing   against   tlie   regulations   and
strong criticisms  of  tlie  immigration]
policy   Of   the   Canadian   government |
liave been made by some of the British   newspapers.     Such   criticism   has j
been   mainly  directed   to  two  of  the
regulations.    The   first  of   these   requires immigrants coming here to employment   other  than   farm  work,  or,
in the case of  females,  to domestic
3orvice,  to  have   in   their  possession
the sum of $25, in addition to railway
ffransportation   to   their   ultimate  des
tti nation
of
in the custody of tlie Canadian nava
bureau. Until the plans nre forthcoming, however, the bureau will be
unable to draw up specifications.
Tho situation ls believed to be
causing irt/ atlon in government!
circles. Mr. Brodeur is by no means
satisfied and it is said he had asked
the prime minister's consent to ad- j
dress a letter of protest to the admiralty.
JAPANESE ORDERED TO
GET AWAY FROM  DARRINGTON I
Darrington. June 14.���Sunday  there
were  thirty  Japanese  In  Darrington.
Today there is not a yellow-skinned
man in or near the town.   A mob of
ietO white men yesterday marched on
the Japanese,  practlally all  of whom
were employed  by the United  States
Lumber company, gave them an hour
to  gather  up  their effects  and   then
The   second   provides   that I accompanied them to the station and
, ,      �� ��� .   , saw    them    aboard    a    Seattle-bound
the  approval   of   assisted  emigrants  traln       The   Japanese   arirvert   here
.coming  to   Canada,   by   law   required | three weeks ago from Seattle, the first
large party of Orientals ever brought
into the town. Saturday night a mass
meeting was held and yesterday's
move decided on. The Japanese offered no resistance and there was
liftle disorder.
Darrington is a town of 400 people,
in the extreme northern part of Snohomish county, about forty miles
back   from   the   Sound,   the   terminus
io be given by the Assistant Superintendent of emigration for Canada in
Ix>ndon. England, shall only be given
to such as are suited for and have
assured employment for farm work.
To these two regulations exception is
made in favor of those who are com-
fng to join relatives in Canada, of
-whom all that is required is good | of a Northern Pacific branch line,
physical   health.
In both these cases, the protest of
lhe   British   emigration   societies   on i
the  one   hand   and   the   criticisms   of!
the  newspapers  on   the  other,  there
CLAIM   TO   BE   SETTLED.
Ambassador Bryce Authorized to Sign
Agreement  with   U.  S.
London,  June   14.���The   Times   un-
fs a failure to comprehend or appre-! derstands    that    James    Bryce,    the
���,���.     .   ���      ,,    ,  .    . , ..     _      British ambassador    at    Washington,
date two salient features of the Do-j has   been   authorized   to     siprl     th'
minion   government's   policy,   which, j pecuniary claims agreement with the
by the way, may be said to have re-'United States.
suited  from the serious  condition  of     In   Uw  general   arbitration    treaty
THE TIME
to buy real estate is now,'
during the lull before the
storm, while prices are stationary long enough to see
them plainly. For Instance,
for a few days we can offer:
Lot fi, Block 22, Royal Avenue, at $5,000; half cash. Be
wise in time. Some day this
lot will  be  worth  $20.u00.
THE PLACE
to buy is a matter of opinion. We suggest the West
end, Surrey, and Sapperton.
We have a bargain in each.
Agnes Street, fi-room cottage
on full sized lot, $4,200;
.1.600 cash. This will undoubtedly be business property.
Five acres in Block S of Section ;ifi, Surrey; $800 per
acre; third cash.
Columbia Street, Sapperton:
Two new modern houses on
four lots; $8,non for the outfit, or separately;  third cash.
AND
80 acres, Mount Leman,
$5,200. The soil will grow
anything the climate will
stand for. Note the terms,
$1,600 cash, 1, 2 and 3 years,
���      7 per cent.
%       As for
i    THE GIRL
sh<; won't love you the less
lf you have a good piece of
real estate going up like a
sky-rocket.
things that prevailed ln the winter of  bf?een c'r/'f riritai" ���d, thp United
_____      , ' States,   which   was   signed   in     April, |
190.-S, when great numbers of unem- ( 1908.   a   proviso   was   made   that   thel
ployed immigrants rushed to our cities   treaty   would   not   apply   fo   existing:
and put a verv great strain upon the: pecuniary   claims    which,    therefore,
charitable  and   those responsible  forl*ere   left   opeu   for   future   ncSOtia- j
the   administration    of   local   affairs. , ' .
Oar   British  friends   do not  seem  toi TRY TO WRECK PRISON.
understand that the Canadian govern-! 	
ment  has considered  it necessary in
tbe interests  of  this  country  to  en-
Life Convicts at Dannem ora Smuggle
Dynamite Into Cell.
Plattsburg, N. Y.. June .14.���A des-
force certain regulations designed first perate but unsuccessful attempt to
for the purpose of preventing an in- j blow up the Clinton State prison at
flux of pauper immigrants and a con-   Dannem(ora   was   madfc   hy   convicts
sequent    congestion    in    the    larger ye8terda>'-   A fierce fight with one of
. . _, -      tlie  men  involved,  who had obtained
cities, and secondly to encourage the a revolver, followed, but the threat-
coming of those who will settle on ened outbreak of prisoners was
the land  and  assist  in  the  develop-  quelled by guards.    Details of the af-
ment   of   our   resources.     What   the ' fair_m not become know" until last
n . . . . , night.
British   emigration  societies  ask   for.       The   dynamIte   wa8   Bmuggled   into
In which they are being supported by ; the cell of toward Brogan and
the British press, is that if a man touched off, but the explosion did lit-
or woman  is  coming to employment   tle  iam&*?e-    Guards   who rushed   to
the spot found  Brogan armed  with  a
not   be   requi, ed   to   revolver,  but   managed  to  overpower
possess   the   money   qualification,   no   and disarm him.   A double guard was
then    thrown    about  the   section  In
which the explosion occurred, and all
j the cells  searched.
Another revolver was found In the
cell of Fred  Schultze. a life convict.
Rae
&
McLellan
Trapp   Block    Phone 714
vO��
Attractive,
Cool
Washable Suit
and Dresses
In   tempting   variety, dainty creations tha*  apyea
lovers  of cool   and  comfortable   apparel.     Sheer,   i.
gowns   for   afternoon   or evening wear;  smart  tailored     iltj
in   a   broad   collection of taking effects, thai  BUggi
ing of satisfaction to the  wearer.    Perfect  In  cul  a
not   put    together   in   any   fashion,  but   small,   well-l
garments that attract and   not   only  make   the  Wi
well   dressed  but   enviously   cool   on   the   holiest   da;        v.;
the   smallness  <>f   the price  will astonish  you.
Rah!  W
From   $5   to   $25.
A Sale of Summer Muslins
All   odd   pieces   and   designs at a tempting figure.    A sorting up or our stock of light  and
ore'd   dress   muslins,   floral   and  set  designs.  Including several  pieces  of  black  und  navy  flgun
ltns.  in  spots, stripes and fancy patterns.    Regular prices ranging from 16c to 4uc.
Now for  12',. 2 per yard.
Children's Wash Coats
A Bpeclal showing of nobby little coats ln figure, drill and cashmere.     All sample   goods  ai
at sample prices.    Pretty embroidered  and  Insertion  trimmed  styles.  In  sizes  for children  from  1  to 4
years old.
From   $1.25   to  $2.50.
Children's  Blouses and   Busters
Regular  $1.50   for  75c.
All odd blouses and  Buster  coats to  be cleared.    A   wide assortment  of  materials  and di    . :;s. in
almost  every   size   for   children.    Chiefly  broken  lines  from our  regular stock.    Values to J:
To clear, 75c each.
A Snap  in  Ladies  Underskirts
Moreen, cotton and cambric underskirts; a varied assortment of Btripes and fancy de Igi
and a good mixing of plain colored   monen   skirts   in   staple   shades.    Regular prices run I    V:
On  sale   at  $1.50.
Galateas for Camp Wear
At  15c, 20c and 25c per yard.
In  plain  colors and Btripes, something that  makes good wash  suits and dresses;   ipe
for   camps.     See  our   full   r. nue.
Lustres  for  Bathing Suits
From   35c   per yard.
In  black,  navy,  brown,  cardinal  and  royal.    Lustre  is the  mosl   adaptable  for  bathiti.
the  water;   does   not   hold   it.     Have   your  own   suit.     36c   per   yard.
DON'T   FORGET,   WE    CLOSE   AT     5   P.   M.
If*?
' *^^*��js*-3*^��� i* ;<����,*;
rgnaasw .'j.a:_:Bjj
he  or she   shall
possess   the   mor
matter what his  vocation or employment may be.
But in its wisdom the Canadian government  has  decided���and  we   think
our British critics will have the fair-   Brogan and Schultze hoped to escape
ness to allow that our government is  in,the wreck they expected the dyna-
ST.
LOUIS   MILLIONAIRE
PREPARES  TO   DIE   POOR
best qualified   to   understand   and   di-
mite would make.    A rigid investij.
St. Louis, June 14.-��� To die poor,
David Rankin not only has given up
his fortune of more than .3,000,000 to
the support of his favorite school, but
the $3,000 per annum he has reserved
for his own support during the rest
of his life, will revert to tho institution at his death.
The David Rankin, Jr., school of mechanical trades Is to be enlarged and
Its curriculum improved, but Mr. Kan-
kin himself does not care to talk about
what he has made possible. Few people, even in St. Louis, know him per-
GETTING   READY.
rect its own affairs���that encourage- j the explosive and arms
ment shall only be given to two|gled into the prison.
classes of workers wbo are specially
needed by the labor and economical
conditions of this country. Artisans.
clerks and others who are neither
rifted nor prepared to perform agricultural work, or. in the case of women, to act as domestic  servants,  are
tion is being made to determine how i sonally, for he avoids publicity.   He is
were   smug-
Big Freight Traffic Is Expected ln a
Few Months.
Winnipeg, June 14.���Remarkable ac
tivity prevails on the Canadian railroads. When questioned today some
of the chief officials of the company
not excluded, but are simply required said that not only has the passenger
to possess a modest  monetary quail-   traffic  taken  a  tromendoiis  leap  for
mication, as some kind of assurance
atot they; will not readily become
chargeable upon the public funds.
'There is surely nothing harsh or unreasoning in this. If our British
���critics   will   only   regard  this   matter
ward, but also that the freight traffic
was working employees to the limit
at all points.
In answer to the Interrogation as
to whether the traffic was greater
this year than in the same period last
year, the reply was, "I should say so.'
When the harvesting is over and the
seventy-five years old, a native of Ireland, and a bachelor, who has amassed
his fortune in real estate and stock
deal3.
FELL  45   FEET   FROM   TOWER.
NOTICE !
TO REAL ESTATE MEN
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Weekday Schedule
My property is taken off the market
until further notice.
JOHN JAMES  BPPORD.
Sapperton.  B. C.
v
4
4
4
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4
4
"GET  THE   HABT"
���dispassionately   they   must   recognize   wheat  goes  east  the  carriage   faclli
���that the Canadian government is act-   ties   of   the   company   are   expected
ing wisely and properly in discourag-1 _tbe t.axed_ almost to their full capa
ing the immigration or those who are
Sikely to increase the crowding of our
fcig   cities   and   possibly   add   to   the
slum districts.
��i   *    *
The republic south of us for half
a century gave unrestricted welcome
to any and every person who would
help to swell the population.
city and with a view to seeing that,
if possible, no delay will occur, several hundred new cars wlll be re-
quired. All railway men oxpect a
bumper crop and they are, metaphorically speaking, starting to roll up
their sleeves to deal with its transportation.
Thrown From Cart;  Women Dies.
,        . . Kenora,    June    14���Whilst    riding
This open  hearted action weighted | ,llt0  tnwn   ye8terday   in  a  cart  with
Painter at North Battleford Escapes
Death Miraculously.
North Battleford, June 14.���Charles
Dumage fell forty-five feet from the
scaffolding of the water tower tl(s
morning, whero he was painting. He
took hold of the rope to descend. The
carpenters, who were finishing the
roof of the tower had loosened the
derrick to wllich the rope was attached. The derrick fell and the rope,
being twisted around the man's legs,
he was jerked from the scaffold and
fell to the ground. Ills escape was
marvellous. No bones were broken
and while he is badly bruised the
doctor says that so far there is no
trace of serious internal injury and
his  chances   for  recovery  are  good.
FOR ONE WEEK1
FANCY   CLOCKS
AT HALF PRICE
REMEMBER THIS SPECIAL IS FOU
ONE WKF.K ONLY, FROM TODAY.
The Fair
646  Columbia  Street.
Wo buy for cash and sod for the same.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  .r>:Dn,   6:20,  6
8:00 and every  half hour thereafter until 11 p, in.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50,   6:60
and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p.  m.
Return   Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children   under  IL', 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver   at ��
a.  m. and every half hour thereafter until  11  p. in. ���
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. in., 9 a. ni- ������������ *
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   m. .
Sunday  Kxcurslon  Rates:   Return  fare, 60c;   children, 26c. ���
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei *
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Van- j
couver for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. J
POPE DOES AWAY WITH
FEES AT CHURCH DOORS
STUDY INDIAN LANGUAGES.
her husband Mrs. Frank Moon was
thrown out and fatally injured. The
cart gave a bad jolt and Mrs. Moon
was thrown out, one of the wheels
passing over her neck. Mrs. Moon
has since died from her injuries.
the nation with an intolerable burden,
and prevented, by the wailing of many
to those at home, the coming of the
immigrant who woul.l have helped to
.-build up the Fnited States.
Those who waited were never titled for new experiences in a rapidly
developing country and it would have
been a mercy for them to have heen
-refused. 	
Canada  is now  big  enough  to  say!    Mr.   and   Mrs.     Carl.   W.   Bowman
who shall come to her shores and  to   wish to thank all who expressed sym-
refuse.tabe made the dumping ground   pathy  for  them   in   their  recent  beef t'Urjasands of undesirables. reavement.
CARD   OF  THANKS.
Professor Will Visit All Branches of
Great Algonquin Family.
Chicago, June 14.���Dr. Truman
Mlchels, formerly professor of comparative physiology at the University of Missouri, who recently has
been added to the staff of the bureau
of American ethnology of the Smithsonian Inslltuto, will attempt to determine the linguistic iritor-relathin-
shlp of the greater groups of the Algonquin language.
For this purpose he will visit the
Blaekfoot and the Northern Cheyenne
reservations In Montana; the Wind
River reservation in Wyoming: the
Menominee reservations In Wisconsin,
and the Mieniae reservation In Quebec and New Brunswick.
Xew York, June 14,���The latest reform document of Pope I'lus, as Inter,
preted ln the Ecclesiastical Review,
the official organ of the Catholic clergy in this country, will do away with
the existing practice of collecting a
fee at the doors at services in this
and other countries.
"Die Pope also has demanded a report, from the bishops of the zeal with
which priests answer sick calls, and
whether they shirk confessional or
other duties.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 0:15 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly  between 8 a.  m. and 11  P- "'
Sapperton  Line���20  minute service, from 0:25 a. m. to 11:10 P m
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 P- m
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. J
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Tlie WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
Prices  In  Rings  $40  to  $400.
These  goods  are  the  BEST procurable in Canada, and Is a plea
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
THE
JEWELER
I Chamberlin's
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Bull Fight in Krance.
Paris. June 14,���At their recent
marriage Mr. and Mrs. Francis de
Croisset entertained their guests with
a bull fight. This was suggested by
the playwright, bridegroom, who has
already begun to scatter some of the
millions of thc banker's widow whom
he wedded. The affair took place
in Provence In the old Roman Theatre
built when Julius Caesar conquered
Gaul. To crown all, the famous Mistral, the provincial poel who lives at
Aries and. whoso statue has been
erected during his lifetime, re-id a
poem in favor of the bride. Six bulls
were  killed.
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| Ryall Foot Powder j
25c per box.   Try It
| Ryall's Drug Store j
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I Porting news
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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UtCHlNG CLOSE GAME
Time!
, do S^e
Baimora's
fixture.
Hitting
Baseball
nnd
LEGAL LIGHTS MAY LtAHN
BUSINESS FROM BUN CLARK:
Wo
and 81 con
-   'bs at
lave for exclusive Bale, lot on Regina
$650. One-third cash
treel . onlj
per cent.
Btreet,  hetween   First
balance in 0 and 12
SURREY
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Rah!
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ill.   4
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       the   Alerts'.
��"'��� "^roe'last olghi the
,i,ipi"^:;;;:,��� be regarded
.��� ha    '     won from the
perpetual ^ (   ftve BCOre. Tbo
Con's   Eastern   Acquisition  Transmits
Power of  Attorney to  Vancouver
Via  Telegraph.
One-quarter Bectlon on HJorthe road at $200 per acre,
cash; balance on easy terms.
Fifteen acres in Section  16, B, 6, N. R. 2 w
One-third cash;  balance 6, 12 and 18 months at
We also have large listings    of business
ties in city.
On.-third
ut $1,200 per acre,
per cent,
md residential proper-
I
iti
: 1))' a
:lU,l Bome snaii-
11''      ,.,,iih-!tse
Alerts bad
to It-
playerB
was  j^^
otlt^^^^^
lin,l poupore got
lpectlvaly
be
L tied
% the
I'.   Sle
bat.
that  tin-   last
some chunks
h(. score was
lilt  the ball,
caught   sliding
trying  to
uud
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������'- ive been easy
���kew" "';'.:' hut 11"'"' WUH ""
 kilt    to   loft
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'nnne home.    On
throws Poupore
, slncla.r got to third
She"'''' "rule��  <,f(
^otf   ,   Poupore'S  run  does
r.---'-. . mPe wns finished
-*-*l crossed the plate.
i .,-���.,���, gave good satis-
���v- ... the game going all
WTrnei and Prod Lynch
���" .;.,.. ctiicient  umpires
**********        *******   They
li will probably require the services
of several hiwyers lo decide Whether
Hun Clark, of Walkerton, will be eligible to play lacrosse here with the
Vancouver team on Dominion Day.
According to the rules of llie association a player must be registered with
the secretary of the association twenty-one days before he can play, On
the form of registration the player
has to Bign his name.
lu oide-   to be ahle to play on July
1,   Clark   had   to   have   his   papers   in
ui June 9, and his papers, of a sort,
' are in sum- enough.
j    Here is where the lawyei comes In. ]
Clark  did  not  Hi_n  his  registration
I hut    Con   Jones   did   Rl. ll   it    for   Mr
Clark, ,md the reason .Ben for that
i>  thai  Con  received,    on    June
(darks   power  of  attorney   by   win
from Walkei ton.
As far as can be learned the Idea of
: Malins, Coulthard & Co.
��� Limited.
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REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE   AND   FINANCIAL AGENTS.
THE TIME OF DAY
By the Realty Market Bial Is that temporary lull which In all
healthy movements succeeds a period of unusual activity. Those who
are "wis,.- to their Job"-the Initiated, substantial investors-know
thai this Is
The Time To Buy
n.d with the score ______���
seven to flve, | appointing an attorney by wire is
thc
together new to legal practice.
Bandy  Cowans  registration  certl
cate   is also   ill   the   hands  ol   the  sec-i
retary and It also does not l<><>k good
to the linpractlced eye. Sandy may 11
have Signed lt, though that Is a matter of doubt, but the witness Is K
Springer, per W. E., which means
W.   B.   Kills,   secretary   of   the   Van-
-for the
Sell,  and
niing."
in a country
i
the time  when  many  want to
than   when   "things   are   hum-
very good reason that It  is
at  lower prices, as a ruh
ll J       ^^^^^
iritis!. Columbia, which  is pulsating  with
like 1!
0>��
r
I.T- '
|e I.- afs
orals .
jo'far this Beason.      >"=> ,
of the players  couver club,   it would be necessary
for Kills to have Springer's power
of attorney to witness a document
for him and It would appear that thlB
registration   Is   also   Illegal.
Then Longfellow comes ln.   According  to   the   rules  of  the  association,
lt  ls necessary  for a club to release
a signed  player before he can play
with another club.   Con Jones has not
signified  his willingness to part with
Longfellow, but the poet has not heen
paid for the last couple of weeks and
iCon has not played hint In any of the
matches, so the question arises as to
whether  he Is released or not. There
has heen  no getting together on any
of these matters yet, but someone will
have to consent to something before
eighter   Clark.   Cowan   or   Longfellow
earn play.
1 ''t __________________
...und for any talk ahout
-I   ,. ...uns:
Ll::.,   ���son, pitcher.
"KW, Glass; second base,
,ld; centre Beld,  ��< i nan,
.,-���   Munn;   pitcher,
flrgt ba8e, W   E. Sinclair;
��� base   C   Sum lr.   short   stop,
"*��dta*  Stein:  left Held,
Strong, Vigorous Life
of   unexampled   present   and   prospective railway and other development���steady  and  rapid  advance in realty values is assured, despite
any  occasional  temporary  reaction.
Those  who quietly buy  up
Good Propositions
now, therefore, will reap rich rewards
ls  In  full  swing again  before  long.
when
the buying movement
We can s
how you some good investments in different lines.
entre Beld,
1::.. irthy.
re by Innl
Ityal
tight
0 o 0 2 2 1 I���fi
110 1 o o <>���r>
Standing of League
i
Loct
0
Pet.
1000
.too
.250
Hale Bros. & Kennedy
JOHNSON   MAN   QUITS.
Merchants
Telephone
Bank   Building
No.  335.
LIMITED. ^^^^^^
,   corner of .Columbia  and  Begbie Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
|FY  EFFORT  MA'Dt  TO
SAVE  GRIFFITH'S   EYE
I :.(. 16.���WIU the sight
Harry
of  the
ivho  was  In-
; >i;  Sal irdaj with  New
I: :   . eatlon park, was
[ hospital yester-
[treal   ���   I       experts.    After
li   lie eye was pretty had, but
h  Improvement
(confident  that
iti would   ���      t in a few days.
e eye took a turn
i'..- worse, and lasl   night  a con.
i  ! aid to con-
���   to  he done  to
-
(���   - entirely blind.
���   ,,n  operation
e difficulty     Crith'h
.-  the eye bj   a stick early
The gut "f the
. ead     and     cheek,
I Qt    into   the   eye
I ipll    The injury ls
Ipainful, ;m,i at present it is just.
���:   Griffith   will   get
In any event It will
Ileveral weel ire be  will  be
to Play again, ii at all.    In the j
���  he la  being   treated  ln   a I
Ked room.
Matty    Cutler    Silently    Slips    Away
From  Champion's  Camp.
San  Francisco, June 14.���After thei
day's   outing   .lack   Johnson   enjoyed
yesterday he got down to real work
today.     He was on  the  road  for the.
usual   twel-.e   miles   ln   the   morning
and although it had not heen llis in-
I ten tion   to   bos   in   the   afternoon   he
sparred   four   rounds   with    Al   Kaufman.    The work  was nm  strenuous,
however, and the champion evidently
held himself in.
"Why Bhould 1 box hard"" he said.
"1 am In condition and down to
weight 1 weigh only 212 pounds and
as 1 will 1"- boxing every day 1 don't
want too much exercise just now."
According t" Tom Flanagan, Johnson will continue his road work to
within a week of the fight.
It was learned here today that Matty Cutler, ono of the sparring partners, had left camp without warning.
Rumor sa\s that Since Cutler was
knocked oul by Johnson as a matter
of discipline, he has nursed a grudge
and his departure was no surprise to
the camp.
FOR A BONA
FIDE SETTLER
We have six acres good land, partly improved, 1! miles from city, 1 mile
from Chilliwack tram.
$200 Cash
Balance  1 and 2  years
Price $1,500
WhiteTshiles
& Company
Private  Money to Loan on  Good  Improved City and District Security.
R   85���628   Columbia   St.
L   85���74ti   Columbia   St.
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware m tke City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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O Y E Z!
We have bona fide enquiries for Port
Mann property, and also for a few-
lots on Sixth Avenue west. If you
have anything to sell, get busy!
Rae & McLellan; Trapp Block: Phone
714;  P. O. BOX 916.
|M^t'���,Tiiii "!
11|     Only Three Lots Left
I If 2nd Street New Sub-division
���
Peter Peebles
X   Columbia Street. Phone 307.
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June Weddings
f JOE GANS IS
DYING OF  CONSUMPTION
}���"���'������ i.   1 I���News came
I   :   PI \iiz.,  today  that
���juu, former lightweight cham-
P v��y neai death from tuber-
BASEBALL
In.)
[5dt Francisco newspaper wished
Sana write  a   story   of  the
"Wolurcon llghl  and offered the
T.��n liberal  terms, but a let-
..     '"'"'   from   dans'   doctors
-   .-. _   grateful tor the
' I 1 "'   In  physical  condi-
j �� "��M the   long   journey   to
Iflioo-        He added   {h'M   C0D'
At St. Louis���
St.  Louis  	
Philadelphia   	
At   Cleveland   (14
Cleveland    	
Boston   	
Eastern  League
.    At Jersey City���
Newark    	
Jersey   City   	
At Montreal���
Montreal     	
Toronto
> mai
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tl
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rjsrrf ���.mi: rapid st rl les since
Nl      " phoenlx, and the di-
.'. n"' Beem to help the veteran,
"""'ned too long in Baltimore
fcSa
hange.
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11.
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HE  HIT THE BALL.
"Down at Woonsocket one day, before my name had been In the paper
more than half a dozen times." says
Lajoie, according to the Washington
Star, "a Jd. . broad-shouldered, athlet-
Ic-appearang man came out to the ball
park and asked to be allowed to play.
"He  was  so  big  and  poworful  we
(Tedded to give him    a chance.    He
knew nothing at all about the game,
but he did quite well ln practice. He
got ln front of everything batted In
his direction,  and  once    his    hands
clasped the hall It was a case of Maggie lock the door.
"When  he came to bat the oppos-
j Ing   pitcher   shot    the   hall    straight
I across the plate.
I    "'One strike,' yelled the umpire.
t  one strike?' asked the
MARRIAGES    ANNULLED.
ij, ! S:'M tn be B more shadow
, Ja "Kliter who once conquered
���.1,1'-."1 and all other aspirants
height hon
un-a.
P JEWRIES PAYS    _
HIS  GAMBLING   DEBTS
�� .���*"'���. June 14.���James J. Jet-
I'lillL   ���>   "l"'     haV6     '��     ��eilSe     aC,1VC
forro*  �� f'" '" Nevada City, Cal.,
tin. |,!       answer   a   suit    filed
'im to
I
,     aavo
im. e P'Mnl
fteah��U8B
|ori!(.Vs""' "' recover $5,000.     His
"llvc   made   a   settlement
Its,   Stout   ti.   Miller,
proprietors at Reno,
,        "as   willing   to   pay   the
,���':' "' than leave oamp.
lain, ;;"1"';""-d the debt, alleged
"s- four yeara ago.
At Baltimore   ��� it.
Providence      1
Baltimore     0
At Rochester��� R.
Buffalo  -
Rochester       1
Coast  League.
At   Sacramento��� H.   II
Oakland     8   11      2
Sacramento     i1    3    l
Batteries���Moser     and      Pearce;
Bohm and Graham,
At San Francisco��� R.
San   Francisco     f
Los Angeles     1
Batteries���Lastly and Perry
' and Warring.
No other games.
I
0
E.
0
1
E.
lv
11
3    1
5     -
Toser
Northwestern League
0
an 1
^"iHl.m     fx Defeats Somerset.
H i,���;   ���''"",    14.���In    a    cricket.
1 toda, lT Mi,l'��osox and Somer-
BKsand i-",' torn>er won by an in-
,P,llKninneri Wins  Bin  Race.
V  ..j,.!"   ''-The   Prix   Do   La
!..;,,,,. '.,AI|whien todav, was won
''ls,1> on  MoU Cherl.
At Seattle-
Vancouver   	
Seattle    ,-������
Batteries���Gardner
Zatfkert and Shea.
At Spokane * 1 ft in) ���
Tacoma   	
Spokane   ��� ��� naAAv
Batterlos-Sehultz. ���uill>'
Byrnes; Baker and Brooks
R,   11.   1'
I
Sugden
H
R
1 "
2 10
E.
Q
an 9
" 'Why is    _
" 'Because   1   said   so.     Look     out!
There  conies  another.
"The big man let  it go by.
" 'Here,  explain  this  thing  to  mo,'
the fellow said.   'Why do vou say two
i Strikes when 1 haven't struck at the
hall at all?'
'    "Before the umpire could reply up
I came anotheV���n straight   one���waist
I high.   Mr. Amateur let go with all his
! might, nnd away went the ball���faster
��� and  faster,  higher  and  higher,  as  it
sailed   away.    Just  as  the  ball   was
passing  over  the  fence  1  looked  toward  the  plate and there that  numskull was standing stock still, a look
of abject alarm on his face.
" 'Run!' 1 shouted with all my might
for we needed tho tally.   'Run!' Don't
; you see the ball  has gone over the
j fence';'
i "'Run?' he howled hack. 'Not on
| your life. 'I've done nothing to run for.
I didn't mean to lose the ball, but I've
I got the money to pay for lt. How
i much ls tho damage?' "
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. host. 1 it-
28
Vancouver  	
Spokane   	
Tacoma   	
Seattle    ��� "'
Garres Tomorrow.
Vancouver at  Seattle.
Tacoma at Spokane.
24
25
28
529
528
471
471
	
Nominated   to   Oppose   Sifton.
Edmonton,     June     14.���Vermillion
; conservatives nominated John Clarke,
j a prosperous farmer of that district,
against  Premier   Sifton  for  the bye-
! election on June 20.   The convention
i was   largely   attended   and   a   strong
campaign  Is  being  organized  in  the
district with the assistance of Edmon-
t���������' conservatives, who were well represented at the convention last night.
The conservatives state they will put
up a strong fight.
Wedding'Ceremony  Performed Forty-
Five Years Ago Declared Illegal.
Chicago, June 14.���By a decision of
Judge Cutting in the probate court to-
i day a marriage  which took place in
11866, and which the contracting parties thought to be legal, was declared
invalid and six children, all of them
grown, lost their status.   The mother
' of the children, Mrs. Laura Mar Baum-
- gardten Neidhold, was declared to still
he the wife of Charles Baumgardlen,
of Lockport, 111., from whom she was
separated by an agreement signed he-
fore   a  Justice  of  thc  peace  shortly
before her supposed marriage to William Neidhold.
l'he matrimonial tangle, which had
its origin more than forty-five years
ago, was disclosed when Laura Mar
and her six children by Neidhold
sought to share In an estate left by
William Neidhold's aunt, Mrs. Hattie
Bunian, valued at $30,000. The validity of tin lr (hum was contested by
another aunt and uncle, Mrs. Anna
Lindner and  Charles Neidhold.
Laura Mar, who Is now more than
seventy years old, lives with some of
her children In Milwaukee. Charles
' Baumgardten, her husband, who is
! now seventy-nine years old, feeble In
mind and health, was a witness. He
testified that he had no clear recollec
tion of the marriage or separation.
Justice of the Peace Stephen J.
Dowse, who drew up the contrnct of
separation for Baumgardten and Lama
Mar and Is now ninety-four years old,
testified. W. S. Moyer. of Lockport.
who married Baumgardten and Laura
Mar, also testified by deposition.
William   Neidhold  has  been    dead
several   years.     Baumgardten,    It  ls
said, has heen married twice since I1I9
j separation  from  Laura  Mar, and  by
| the decision of the court these mar
'riages are also invalid.   Judge Cutting
ordered  Attorney  Charles  H.  Pegler
representing the petitioners, to draw
up a_ complete table of heirship, eliminating the Neidhold children entirely.
We are able to fill In your wants in the Wedding Gift line from
$1.00 and up.    If it Is a Wedding   Ring,   or  an   Engagement   Ring,
X    we can suit the most exacting requirements.
J We shall be pleased to have you call and consult us.
John B. Gray
uutcumakfp AND JEWELLER.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
*    Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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Mr.   Bourassi   in   Field.
Ottawa,   June    14. ��� Henri    Bour
assa Is credited wilh the intention ol j
hoing  a  candidate  for  the  Dominion ',
house of .commons again, and is said
to be looking towards Labelle.
    'New Westminster, B. C, June 13, 1910.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :���
This Is \o certify that we have lost a horse insured with the
British American Live Stock Association, Ltd.. of Vancouver, B. C,
and have this date received, through A. W. McLeod, their local rep-
resentaflve, settlement In full..
Dated at New Westminster, B. C, this 13th day of June, 1910.
(Signed) BELL INGLES & CO.
Per C. Ingles.
Statistics show  that there  are   millions  of   dollars   Invested   In
stock In  British Columbia, and it is safe to say that in ten years
three-fourths of the stock now alive will be dead and become a total
loss to the owner unless Insured.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE BY INSURING YOUR HORSE NOW.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
mmWMMP ���   ������^���******t I
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNe  ���
#edne
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r��- ."TW'nyv'v:..1^' Mg��"S'-" ^"���j-'i--'.^.-^R)^l-gLj5r^i^^"ry r*~r~"-"~
VTJ'?F?'!P'W',*33,i,*a>
DOES it ever strike you, Mr. Merchant,
what 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 town.
.^������..w..'*.^a_^.. .as am&ga
f���WrWWmWW*'*.
WHY NOT TRY AN AD. IN
NEWS
INTERNATIONAL CRISIS
FORCED BY GERMANY
Europe Alarmed by Kaiser's
Open Door Announcement
in Persian Situation.
14- unless all Indlca-
TAMMANY GETS HARD
REBUKE FHOM d
New York City Execute Mak
Stinging  Remark About
Ization.
Otgarl
Berlin, June
U0n_  fall,   Europe  will   ven   Bhortlj
find Itself in the presence ol another
first-class International Incldenl
apple of  discord  Is   Persia,  and
stormy petrel German}
German pretensions
-open door" rights under >  ���
The
the
to
with reference
\n- j
do-Russian convention have heen put
forth  with  the dramatic  suddenness
of which Teuton policy Is so fond, and
are being pressed with unmistakable | M�� ^ Qy(   ,      ,,.���__.
i mphasls. .
Notes have been exchanged In profusion between the cabinets or Lon-
, ,. gt. Petersburg and Berlin within
, ,. paB) ten days, bul no basis for
atisfactlon of Germany's claims has
DOMINION LANDS  RAILWAY  BELT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Coast Division.
Surveyed agricultural Dominion
Lands In the Railway Bell not reserved or withheld from entry and not
disposed of or occupied, are open to |
entry under the provisions of the British Columbia Dominion Land regulations.
In the Coast Division of the Railway Belt any male person over eighteen years of a. e and otherwise eligible, may obtain under entries as I
homestead und pre-emption, a legal
subdivision of forty ucn-s of Bench
Land. Residence is required for at
least six months In each of flve years.
Total cultivation required to earn patent for a twenty acre homestead, ten
acres cleared  and   six   cultivated,  and
If the remaining twenty acres is pre- Hlicl JKm(il.
empted by the bomeBteader, an addi-  Ul,r tn .,   .
six   CUl-
N'ew  York,
lime since he
���    l
"��� ih<
.      , assumed office
W. .1. Gaynor tod .
Mew  on  his  wi  : /   t
tratlon.   lie i i   ... I
he nevertheles,   ,      ,      nH[
rebuke  to  Geoi ,    I
predecessor, and to
I el revealed itself.
ii e Inspired German press has al
,, ,,h  referred to the ominous resem-
t lance of the Persian situation to the
Moroccan crisis.   The situations, from
ti ,  German standpoint, are Indeed absolutely analagous.   The ralson d'etre
both of German armaments and (let-
man foreign policy is unceasing ly declared  to  be  the  necessity  of  Bafi
guarding    German    trade   nol    only
trade  thai   the   Fatherland   has.   bui
which she hopes and aspires to get in
the world's few remaining open markets.
11    was   OUt   Of   BUCh   considerations :
Gi rmany alleged, that she threatened
France with war over Morocco; and
If then- be any consistency in German
policy, she would nol BhrlnR from _o-
Ing to similar extremes for the protection of her endangered rights in
, Persia.
Rights Still  in Doubt.
As to just  what  tic se  rights are
German officialdom still leaves us In
the  dark.     So  far  we   have   heard   of
nothing but "economic alms'' in gen-1
eral  as  the   goal   of  Teuton   ambition I
In the Shah's domains.    The repiesen-
- tatlve of the Deutsche Hank, who has
| been looking Into German commercial
and financial opportunities In Persia.
Is now on his way hack to Berlin.
The position will probably not develop
definitely until this emissary, Said
Ruete, has reported to his superiors,     |
Meantime the vigorous diplomatic
action which the WUhelmstrasse has
initiated in London and St Petersburg
will he pursued. The unexpectedness
of Germany's conduct gives rise to
wonder whether the Kaiser's govern-
' ment did not choose whal it considered a psychological moment for launching the Persian thunderbolt, particularly with regard to England's preoc-
I cupation with domestic affairs,
Simplicissimus   Barred.
Simpllcissimus, the famous Munich
comic weekly, has heen officially bar-1 unless
I red from the army. General von Heer-
tional  ten  acres cleared  and
tivated    either   on    the   homestead    or
preemption.,   no   additional   residence
[or   the   pre-emption.     Price  of   pre-
live    dollars   per   acre,  pay-
Interest.
Conditional purchase entries may be
obtained  for twenty  acres of  Bench
Land   by   a   male   over   eighteen   and
otherwise   eligible   and   not   holding
homestead   ny   pi eelllpt ion.      Residence
required   only   for  six   months  during
wer to a question
the   fundamental   pri
thought   t,,   i . tab
tratlon.
"Well'
I   may
I
II
said  thi
saj   propi
came here wll
the   desiie    lo    i ���.
honest and Intt lib - .
main   idea,
".lust   Ilk
filled With
othei ���
ment, whic
many \cai s
the fifth year but cultivation duties
Increased. Pi ice ten dollars pei acre,
flve Installments.
Bench    Lands   In    this   division   are
lands below twenty-five hundred
(2,500) feel above Bea level.   Uplands
are lands above that altitude and are
subject only to disposition by quarter
seeiions under homestead entry or
grazing lease to seMleis. Flooded
lands may he reserved for hay purposes or leased to settlers by legal
subdivisions.
Entree fee for homestead, pre-emption and conditional purchase is ten
dollars for each entry. After securing trolled
patent in connection with the land
flrsl entered for, the siiiier may secure another entry and so on, hut nol
for more than a total of one hundred
and sixty  acres.
Entries  under  the  Itrltlsli  Columhla
Dominion Land  Regulations, effective
on   the   2nd   duly.   1910,   may   on   and
j after that date be made for lands then
open  to entry.    Any  lands withdrawn
Trom  timher berths, as  well as  newly
'surveyed lands, will before becoming
available   for  entry   require  advertise
ment   for   thirty   days.      "Surveyed"
Lands for the purpose of entry means
legal  suhdlv'sinnn abutting  on  a
veyed   line   oi     d  case  of  Uplands
quai   -r  sections  abutting  on   a surveyed une.
For further Information apply to the
Dominion Land Offlce, New Westminster.  B.  C.
P   0,  KKYKS,
Secretary.
I
hi Imp i J
corruption  and de    .
I had i
I    .'..;, t, J
ll 1 could     K\. ry oth<
Incidental to ibis mail
"l wanted also to -
tratlon   of   the   govei
the control of oul
tlclons or others     i
tem under win.���!.  thi
city is not conUolh : i
i lected   and   app..ii ti
pose, hut  at  the dl ..
people who control ]
detestable to me    I ju.-.i look'ail
contemptible    chai
my predi i -
VATICAN   OBJECTS  TO
SPAIN'S   ROYAL  D >,
MAIL   SERVICE.
Madrid,    .lime    I j
papal  nun. ii.n. ba i
against the royal d.
day authorizing edll ���    ���
ollc religious bocIi I.
Insignia for public ��� and d i
ceremonies, en  thi   ,
governmenl Bhould - \
us quo pending n<.
Vatican.
Premier c.i: tjel i
dl ne.   ih.es not  ��� ^
hy negotiations.
It is undei sti   '��� ���     answer -
Vatli an relative to i     revision
concordat ami the   reduction of thl
public worship budget
tm y,   and   t bat   the pri :|(
tied t In- Vat lean I ��� ..f
Its attitude  thi        ern mem
compelled   to  bi���   . oB I e d ��� it.
tlons
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New W. st-
minster postofflce and hour given In
leach   case   I,ring   the   hour   of  closing,
I which   Is  hair an   hour,  as  a  rule,  be-
for   the   actual    dl Bpatoh.      All    mails.
other wise     stated
are    de-
,  spatched   and   received   daily   except
Ingen, the minister ol  war. has issued   Sundav      The   onlv
a   peremptory   order,   which   has   Ih--   and received Sunday are the G. \.  :
mails   despatched
ie i
east  mails
come  public   with  alarming   alacrity, HIJ|,,|, .trs,| (.   j>   a
prohibiting officers not only rrom bud- Lading wav mails. Sapperton
|scribing  to  Simplicissimus,  hut  from Mills and Coquitlam.
not in-
i'i aser
reading   it   under  any   circumstances,
in  order  to  pledge officers  to obed-
j lence to the order they were called
upon to sign it individually. Their
honor is now rigidly engaged, and
Infractions,  it   may  he  supposed,  will
ibe relentlessly punished.
Simplicissimus   hardly   needed     the
Mads   Despatched.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
Ii.   C.   Electric   railway.
First C.P.R. east taking all points
east Including  Langley  and  district.
Tho mail for Abbotsford and district, Clayburn  and  district.  Hunting-
ter's order has given it. ti,,. journal Ipatched by way dTvancoJJver "" **"
contrives to get Itself confiscated with 8 a.m.���Blaine nnd Seattle in-
regularlt., owing to its daring carica-1cludIng a��� ,. g poIn,_ eaRt am, wuUj
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz-
|HI  """' I elmere.  on  Tuesdays,  Thursdays  and
Saturdays.
All  Surrey mails are received from
*____��� |Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Hazelmere  and   Fernridge,  which  arrive
splendid advertisement the war minis-  (lon and (1|strl(.t| a���,,  MatBqU]  . .,.
tures of the Kaiser and other exalted
;rsonages.
Simplicissimus is published In    Bavaria and ls not subject, therefore, toj
prosecution for "lese niajestc"
the King of Prussia, and  it is a- . u
START   BIG   MOVEMENT
TO    MAKE   WORLO WQC
Washington,     ' ine  M.���Tin
concerted   step   toward
giafi  in all  Its foi
country   was   taki
win u   the  organ
name  probably   w :il
Anti-Graft movi :
here     Harry  W
charge.
The moM ment  Is I
of an anti-graft **���,' ��� J
by former Govei nor 1
at   a   banquet   ti nden I  b
Missouri derrtocrac;
Among   those Bald  to be 1
with   the   movemenl   aro Pi       1
mont.   Rudolph   Spreckels,   I   ������'������
Thomas,  tin- playwright;   J
Wlll.-tt, of Alabama and Ncrmar, H \
good.
tomed   to   cartoon    Emperor   William
and other members or the  Hohen/.ol-
|lern dynasty with much freedom.
Factor in  Public Opinion.
Its humor,  when directed  at  august
personages, is seldom devoid of malice
iand is orten downright brutal in tone;
yet  Simpllcissimus  Is  an   undoubted
[factor in modern German public opinion, and the recognition of its power
by the  war minister's  idlest  order  is
| not likely to decrease thc papei s pop-
ulaiity or lull ience
lu many quarters the expulsion of
11 Simi Hi 1: simus from the army is ildl-
culed as a childish maneuver, willed
ref.i'is unfavoiably on in- Inilvldual
sense of honor and propriety of tHo
i, German  officer, quite ap.-nt   from  the
manner In which his personal liberty
I of conscience is Interfered with.
on   the   Port   Guichon   train   on   Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver. Victoria nnd
Central   Park, via  II. C.  Electric rall-
TH1Z   ALASKAN.
An appropriate ofle: Ing Is the Tot .pi
Pole Musical Comedy "The Alaskan,"
which comes to the Opera, house on
Monday e\ enlng.
The  ph-co  has heen  entirely  revised and  "mustcallzed"  by   Richard  F.
. I Carroll and (lus  Weinberg, who have
|taken  care.  In  the  general  revision,
.to equip themselves with strong com-
i etly parts,  so much  so  that   now  the
laughter Is Incessant from rise to Bull
: of  curtain.    Several   r.ow    Interpolations have been made, and the novel
"Showballing" song, in which the and.
lence Is allowed to pelt We Esq tii mo
: girls with flurfy white missiles, creates
n'o  end     of    excitement.     "Laughing
Powders"     "For  I   Dream    of   You,"
���'HI HI Hi" and "The Face of the Girl
I Love" are amongst the song hits.
Several new terpslehoroan divertlse
a
general    going   over     of     everything
makes "The Alaskan" a welcome visitor.    The piece |n its present form, it.
wlll  be  remembered,  has  had  a  five
months run in Chicago, and was voted
the best  musical  comedy  exploited  111
many   years.     Dotmar     Poppen,     Al
Mails   Received.
8:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
Including I'. S. matter, and also
(except Tuesday) via II. ('. Flectric
railway.
9:00 to Hi: oo a tn.���Strawberry Hill.
by  con: Ier   (Tuesday  an |   |-'iid ,v).
'������: 16 a.m.- Vancouver and Victoria,
via  G.   X    R,
���*'���'���" a in-    C   P.  R, east   Hirst  tralnl
Sapperton,  Frasei   Mills and  Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C,  P.   R. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and  Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.--Fast Burnaby by courier,
2:!in p.m.���Burquitlam,  by courier.
3:16  p.m.���Hlaine   and   Seattl
eluding all  !'. S. points.
7:00  p.m.���Revelstoke  local  and  C,
P. R, Intermediate points.
way.
1:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill. Tlmberland and South Westminster, hy
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Ladner nnd down river
points. Fast Burnaby. Qucensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
BUTTE CALGARY    ROAD
SOON   TO   Bl BLIL1|
Winnipeg.  June   14.���St. P 1
tallsts  are  about   to  est il ";'J
plant    and   smelter   neal   C J
herta.     Kelso  capitalists  have I ���>
over Immense coal and Iron it     l
noar Cowley to the Bynd
latter  have   taken  an  option on iro|
deposits for $250,000.
The me Is magnetite,  idapti l
the manufacture of Bteel.
The   St.   Paul   capitalists '
barter for a railroad    '
This line has    )
located  and  contracts will be
month.     The  syndicate's chlel       1
is ihe development of Iron
secured a
Butto to Calgary.
till
BRITISH   FIRM   WILL
BUILD   CHILE
ie   14.���J.   N'""'   ";
Wedncsburj
in
COAL
London,   .fin
fit Hs. M. P. for
aging director of Mi bi
Co., Lt I    contractors, lefl i j
cently with a stair or i
surveyors to begin the �� ��
Btructing the great  railwaj
mountains of Chile, for whic
just secured the contract, ���
An   International   struggle  nas "j
some  time   raged round  the com
which amounts to $21,500,  *��
open to the world.    A group "  ���
i���o���    -,..\<r.ia   mora   well     I -ishl
""'"'I
OVI
the
mattei
success   Of   the
tor hearty con
nlng  and
firm ls a
lation.
Mr. Griffiths will have to b(
Inl
Piper: for about two months.
2:.10   p.m.���Vancouver     and
Siding,  via  G.   N.   K.  north.
3  p.m.���Cloverdale,  Nlcomekl,    and   ONTARIO TOWN  IS f
Port  Kells. dally, Clayton on Tuesday,; SURROUNDED BY r
Thursday. Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00  p.m.���Vancouver and  Uninahy
Lake, via B. C. Flectric railway. Sat-
i\
tn
Fort   William,
past    twenty-four
h
h
June  ii
hours   f
For
���rest   JtJJ
ave be��n "burning north an'! wes^
ere. fanned by a *���*J%tf*
urday an extra mall ls despatched to  and thev are now sweeph
VI..*���I..     ..,..     ,r���. ���    -.    .1.1-    t    I ._ * .    _.     ...     \C
lift
Victoria  via  Vancouver  at   this  hour.
Hlaine   and    Seattle.    Including   nl
nlstil11
iin
fhe  power plan,   at   Wf1'"'8"^
Falls,   which   supplies
both
ised
ments Iium- heen aiide.i. and an entire   ?���  ����� Points, east and south, via the j ihun and Port Arthur, ,l-'lSi!'"|'j11|'l- ii.1
G. N. R, "Flyer."
down to enable the men I '
I,  between
poll
,\r-
ltauh,   Leo   Kendall,   .Idncv   Algiers,,, .     .
I Jessie Stoner. Alice Reen, Ettn Lock-! for  thp   l)I'ovln('i;l1   |( '"������ l;,! '"'e
[hardt,  Marcel  Scott and  a large  and
Nominations   in   Manitoba.
Winnipeg, June 11.���A. Prefontalno.
the present member for Carillon, was
again nominated by the Conservatives
A.  J.
Andrews, a prominent  lawyer nnd ex-
The  hush   bet��  ,, c
h.erls.owonin-c""11
| exceptionally   well   trained   chorus  go   mayor of the city was nominated hy | of three townsh
flames.
thuj- and
Is no danger. N-0i-tHir11'
Ilymers. on the Canadian i     f|n,
Is surrounded by Hres reCelve;1
ber Agent Oliver says he na��
twenty-flve  urgenl   "i'1","';.,.,, W>h
from settlers to fight the"      ^
at noon today was coveting
*��**&�������,
<mma#'Mt,.
to  form  the  present  "Alaskan'
pany
C0U\-' the   Conservatives   to   contest     West
Winnipeg seat for thc 'eglslatu-c.
The
tho:
loss to timber
,;.s of dollars.
v
ill be #NI
esdav.
JUNE  15.  191��-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Fasterbrook Milling Company,
FNfi
Elourne,   13. C
FLOOUEU WITH    FRENCH POLITICIANS
PHltS OF EDWARD 1     MAY FORM NEW PARTY
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
*" HUNGARIAN JEWEL  ..$6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per   bbl.
TERMINAL >5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie
FRONT STREET.
"BS
&Co,
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
'you needn't
com;
AROUND"
to our offh-e every time you
need a tnti of coal���any of our
drivers wlll be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at slant notice. Also, our
phone ls in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here Is crack a-
jack coal, bowever secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
First Work Published Within Twenty-
Four   Hours  of   King's  Death
and Sold for Penny.
London, dune 14.���England Is In
'"' ���' terrible time. An Inundating
biographical wave is sweeping over
the land from which there Is no es-
cape. 'i here Is to be an ob lon of
the Edwardian era. The virtues of
Edward the Peacemal er are io he pro-
clali l   I'min   the   publishers'  house
tops al bo much a dime, and a period
ol appreciative Burl.it Is In store.
Every publisher of a speculative turn
of mind is preparing a biography of
the late King,
Bir (1 ge NfewneB put out a ?.n,000
word booklet within twenty-four hours
of the King's death at the phenomenal
price of a penny, Nelson, who is revolutionizing the English hook trade, fallowed with a Beven-penny life, printed
in large type, on excellent paper, well
Btltched and hound In cloth. EVer-
lelgh Nai h Is to publish a moro ox-
pensive volume in a few days' time.
In addition Sir George Newnes is
p ibllshing a life of the King i.i fifteen
Beven penny parts and Hutchinson's Is
following suit.
Then Caasell, Murray and Greening
and half a dozen others are weighing
i" with their contributions towards
the Edwardian pool so that one won-
ders i! bankruptcy will be the reward
oi patriotism. In the words of Hamlet, there is "something lor, much of
this," for appreciative as English peo-
pie aro of Edward's merits, they
scarcely are likely to store up a library of untruthful history, wliich re-
peats iis. if on almost every second
: page and which is no more index of
the real man than tho fulsome obituaries which ovei flowed their newspaper columns. Before the authoritative
life ls issued, England will he completely tired of the name of Edward.
With   Preparatory   Work   of   Chamber
of Deputies Completed, Talk of
Catholic Organization Begins.
'"��� : ine 11.���Now that the newly elected Chamber of Deputies has
about finished Its preparatory work,
tin is considerable talk of the formation of a Catholic party, powerful
enough and disciplined enough to
count for something when a vote is
taken.
li is significant that there are 200
new deputies in the new chamber.
There has never been such a clearing
out or the "old gang" before. It proves
not that the country was discontented with iis present form of government, but with the old deputies���particularly the sliced with which they
voted themselves nn increase of
salary.
The new men label themselves Radical, and supporters of the republic;
but Buch is ihe ingenuity of tlie politician m France that this may be merely a little party Jugglery. Some of
thi ..called Socialists may prove the
alii' a, on occasion, of the church with
thi object of overthrowing the ministry. There is no doubt that some
sort of secret compact does exist be-
twi ii n the clericals and their supposed
arch enemies of "The Mountain."
ll is impossible to say what will he
the result of this strange fusion of
political contrasts. Meanwhile M.
Briand appears to have no particular
anxiety and cheerfully announces his
intentions to institute this and that
reform. One of the flrst to come ahout
is that of the method of election. Tlie
"scrutin d'arrondlssement" has clearly had  its day, and the    'scrutin di
KAISER  WILHELM TO
LOSE   HIS   STRONG
MAN
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world ls made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and la fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at a: 50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:3u p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 9.m.
WATER   NOTICE.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every   half   hour    thereafter
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vau
oouver at 2:00 a.m.. and every halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m
liste' (or list voting) will be called to Cars.Iea,ve_Van(:?. .?. _ai 7 a'm' and
take its place.
If.  as  M.  Jean  Fino*  and    others
would have the people of France he-
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain a
license ln the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
ia) Tlie name of Company, Vancouver Power Company, Limited. The
head offlce ut the City of Vancouver,
British Columbia. The capital, .2,500,-
000, divided into 2,500,000 shares of
$1.00 each, all fully paid up; tb) The
name of the lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through section 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence in a north westerly direction
flowing into the Fraser river; Ic)
Tlie point, of diversion, 2,300 feet in
a southeasterly direction from the
until j southeast corner of section 19, block
5, north range 2, west; (d) The quantity of water applied for, ,188 cubic
feet per second; (e) The character
of the proposed works, a small dam
and pipe line: if) The premises on
wliich the water is to be used,
two (2), three (2) and four (4), group
two (2), New Westminster District;
ig) The purpose for which the water
ls to  be  used, domestic;   th)   If for
Munich, June 14.���A newspaper here
prints the statement that Bernhard
Dernburg, the Secretary of State for
the Colonies, has resi. ned his portfolio and wlll leave the government
- service in a short time, lie will not
.HONE 473     ��� Uafcg any other position.
 ^J.__...t4ii.��H.       Herr  Dernburg.  who is  under  fifty
�����������������������������������*.m*****a******************+*y**>***ww��� yoiin, old. was known as the Kaiser's
���a!"hustling  colonial  secretary.  He  gave
the  managing  directorship  of
W WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
jplfl|52__KS_SEaMJ-  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
Timbei
B.C.
and
Mills
Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR
kLUMEBR
\TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK
FINISH.
PLAIN     AND
Tt'tphone
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
New  Westminster
Box  137
"P
great  bank with   ��12.500 a year and
'. a dozen company directorships netting him as much again for a Cabinet
position ot E1.250. He was known
as   a   rejuvenator   of   financial   lame
'ducks and within four mouths of hU
i in ranee into German official lite
;., .,. ., | national renowu and
..... ,, orlc popularity. He became the
Btrong man" of  the government In
lieve. female suffrage is at hand, something like a revolution will be affected in this country, which already has
experienced so many changes.
every hour until 10 p.m. | Irrigation describe the land intended
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster'Ito      be      Irrigated,      giving      aere-
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. I age,   no;    (i)    lf   the   water   ts   to
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at [be    used    for    power     or    mining
' purposes describe the place where the
water ls to be returned to some na-
IMPORT  RECORD OF  1907
CERTAIN  TO  BE   BROKEN
Washington, June 14.���The high
record of imports of manufacturers'
materials wlll be reached during the
present fiscal year, which wlll displace 1907 as the "banner year," In
the importation of such articles. The
opinion of the bureau of statistics ls
based on the figures for the ten
months ending April 30, 1910.
In "the cases of all the important
articles, with the exception of fibers
and cotton, which showed a slight decrease as compared with 1907, the importations materially exceeded those
of 1907 in quantity, the increases ranging from ten to more than 100 per
���pat.
Measuring the entire group of manu-
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern Railway.
a daj  and fought the aristocrats, who . facture].s- artlcles in dollars, the bur-
bitterly   resented  the rise of a  com- (^  of  statistics  figures  showed  im-
.m.
Lv. N. W
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.;
a.m.
Lt. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.
mm.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
11 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
; ar. N.W. 6:20
; ar. N.W. 6:29
moner, with Semitic ancestry, to such
a high position. He made many j
enemies among this class and it has,
been freely predicted that they would
lone him out of the government
CHIEF   OF   COMANCHES
VISITS   WASHINGTON
portatlons for the first ten months of
this   year   valued   at   $728,000,000,   as
against $ii29,nuii.000 in the correspond
ing period of 1907
sixteen per cent.
The indications are. it is"said, that
Tlie total importations of these matei-
ials for the entire year will aggregate
.900.000,0011.
tural channel, and the difference In
altitude between point of diversion
and point of return, no; (j) Area of
Crown land Intended to be occupied
by the proposed works, none; (k)
This notice was posted on the 2nd
day of June, 1910, and application
will be made to the commissioner on
the 13th day of July 1910; (1) Give
the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none; (m)
The part of the Memorandum of Association of the company which authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows: "(3) The objects for which the company Is established and to which objects the Company 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.
.,-   ;.n increase of! 9:20   a.m.,   water   front   freight  shed
9:30 a.m.
!Just a Few Left ol
West End View
Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and IS months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
hicelota on  Hamilton  St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
t!ns.   Balance on very easy terms.
Washington,     June      14.���Quanah
Parker   ol  Oklahoma,  chief  oi    tne.
Comanche   Indians,   son   of   a   white ( NEW GRAFT SCANDAL
mother and an Indian father, is mak- IN
ins his eighteenth visit to the home 	
i of the "great white father."   His mis-      St. Petersburg, June 14���The Czars
sion is three fold. ' collection of pictures is the subject of
First   he will endeavor to persuade' the latest graft scandal.    It Is report-
resident Taft and the commissioner ed that many
.f Indian affairs that the Comanches| turfes in
>ro   mnnAV   from   tho
1 ....-!-_ A     ���r.ln~     c,,Until iitnit TWO
of the most famous pic-
the Hermitage Museum, a
,.���. ,i have more "money from the wUiK of the Winter Palace, have been
���ale of their lands, ln the second, stolen and copies substituted
nlnee he wlll ask that the Indians be' Rembrandts. a Murtllo and several
allowed to use a certain herb called work's ot the old French and Spanish
nevote which the Indian agents have | masters are among the pictures that
forbidden the tribe to use in their | have disappeared. The copies are
ceremonials ln case of sickness and ' skillfully executed, and would deceive
I which Parker says is beneficial.   Lastan but experts.
��� hnhooes to hear Representative Stev-      This Is not the flrst scandal connect-
ionn   ,f Texas   sneak on a bill appro-led with the museum.   Some time ago
nrlfttlM II000 to remove the bodies\ Director   l.ohmann.   of   the   museum,
he chief's mother and sister from I was convicted of replacing, by paste
1       to ., burring ground near Park- imitations, the jewels in the imperial
'home on the Indian reservation,  conection, and two years ago part of
Koosevelt, on a hunting trip  the  famous  collection   of
several  years ago  antiquities,     worth     Jl,000,000.
was "entertained at the home of Chief stolen.
Quanah
er s
-, Colonel
I through Oklahoma
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger  station  3:50 p.m.;   arrives at
Port Guichon fi:30 p.m.
Leaves   Port   Guichon    7:00    a.m. application and distribution by erect-
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New j ing damSi increasing the head of wa-
Westminster bridge passenger station | ter   ln   any  existing  body   of  water,
or extending the area thereof, diverting the waters of any stream, pond or
lake into any other channel or channels,  laying or erecting any Une or
flume, pipe or wire, constructing an;'
race-way,   reservoir,   aqueduct   weir,
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."   (n)   The   Company  applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
the said water Is section twenty-nine
'29), block flve (5), north range two
(2)  west;   to)  The means by which
it is proposed to store the water, by
dam;   (p)  The area of the reservoir
I site  or  sites  at each foot in  depth
I above the outlet, the depth above the
(outlet    wdll    approximately    average
' about six or seven feet;  (q)  How lt
Any avauaoie uomm.on i^uus -***. L 08ed to acquire the land nece9.
In the railway twit in British Colum- ; ��_ the purpo8e by purchage, or
bia. may be homesteaded by WW'per-      necessary by expropriation;  (r) Ap-
*>n who is tha sole bead of a famU''  proximately the number of acre feet
......       or any male over IS years of age. to ,intended   t     be   irnpounded,    20,000
Byzantine the extent of  on*-quarter section of , feet
was """ ""���"  '"""
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves  Sumas   fi-.OO  a.m..    arrives
bridge  passenger  station    9:20  a.m.,
water  front freight shed    9:30 a.m..
daily except Sunday.
Leaves  N'ew    Westminster    water
RUSSIAN  MUSEUM \Tront freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
passenger  station  3:50  p.m.,  arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
STOCKS   FOR   HIS.
RIDES   LOG THROUGH
TURBULENT HELL GATE
'New  York.
h British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion
Trust
Former Priest Will Try to Beat Wall
, i Stren' neelarlnst that'cila8e- a rlvet
New York. June U.-l>�� ,'''"^'r i perched on a
he intended becoming a stock bioker,
AlDhonse M. Consolazlo, the ormer
prfe8, who recently married sixteen.
'ear-old Katherine Johanii. of lie.t-
on said today that for two years he
had tried to forget the girl, bu tea
flnally he became convinced t was
his duty to abandon the church and
'"'������When Bishop MoFaul, of Trenton,
oalled me before him." said Consolazlo
'���he refused to discuss anything with
me but Miss Johann. He said my
���amo was being connected with hers
and when 1 found there had real >
grown up a great deal of talk, I made
������ mv mind that the truest thing to
do was to quit tho church and marry
Miss Johann
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce tor the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made ��n
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an Intending homesteader.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
R. H. Sperling, General Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER
Notice to Paving Contractors;
Tenders for  Paving Second Street
The    Corporation    Invites    tenders
and finished the journey without mishap.
WHY  SALVES   FAIL
TO CURE ECZEMA
institutions of learning to take a ,���
Uon as a teacher of the classics, hut
Wall street appeals to me. 1 want to
become active in this commercial center and 1 intend to serve In a broker s
office here, after which I shall open
un Office for myself."
.Line     14���Edward  A.
driver of Bangor, Mr
l0B\ r.��,dH I'T^'in n,��     The homesteader ls required to per-
turbulent waters o   lieu uate,   n uit ^^ conditions  connected there- fTOm street Paving Companies for the
east river today. At one point onaae i ^ uuder one ot ttie IOuowing Rr.lding street paving, laying of con-
jumped from the log to a dredge just lplang. crete sideWalks. boulevarding and
as the log plunged under, lie spuing construction of storm water sewers
on the log again when it reappeared     (1)   At least six months residence ,      gecon    Btrep. CUnton    lace
op on and cultivation ot the land on ; {o ^^ ,xyenne
each year for three years. Paving companies will be required
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne I to state term of years they will guar-
tather Is decased) of the homesteader \ antee their paving and the percent-
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ot age of money the Corporation can re-
the land enwred for, the requirements tain during the period of guarantee,
as to residence may be satisfied by also the steepest grade they calculate
such person residing with the father j their   pavement   is   safe   for   horse
traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders  will  be received  up to  5
p m. on the 20th June, 1910, by the
undersigned.
Six months' notice in writing should I \v. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
be given to the commissioner of Do-'    city Hall. New Westminster, B. C,
minion lands at Ottawa of Intention !June 4, 1910.
They Clog the Pores���Only a Liquid
Can Reach the Inner Skin.
Since the old-fashioned theory of
curing eczema through the blood has
been given up by scientists, many
different salves have been tried for
skin diseases.    But it has been found
I have received several offers from j tUat  theat,  SiliVes   not only  clog the
the
HOW
FRENCHY.
h
talned against  her for her��� faJUM
produce the adaptation of Faust.
One telegram declared that.   On fe
half  of  the  drama,   who  sympathy
, rn,,;"-�� Proir.M  l"1,:Knu" l���-;"!wlth  you,  we  protest   against
^ ot i   '   '    lnK 0KMnsl ,h0 Bel* abominable action.   You m
1   Uicatn,-  h��   it    i>���.���ni.>    , m* ���a lr, nnL  ns vour BUDBUUHO
Cold Hits Coney Island.
New York, June 14.���Because of un.
tsonahly  cold and rainy    weather,
 ...oaalrmnlres at Coney is!
Bad
tbfrty concessionaires at Coney Island
nine
ls I'Hlav
i'i-���Paris theater mnn-
so"i a telegram to Sarah
this
nave  up  their    places    today
v-aUie   has cost the island, it is esti-
mated  over $200,000 ln the last two
weeks! Unless real summer days come
In
B*Usfactl
fer hy Honry Bataillc
uu of a judgement he ob-
lze any of us to net as your s
in this suit.    We kiss you.
It Is believed many more per-
the
of business
ay nu,hor-  uulckb. ��� ��� ..--.- wTu have to gQ oUt
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of hts homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
pores   and   cannot   penetrate   to
Inner skin below the epidermis where
the eczema germs are lodged.
This���the  quality  of  penetrating���
probanly    explains    the    tremendous
success  of  the  only   standard liquid ,to apply for patent,
eczema cure, oil of wlntergreen, thy-1   coai._coal mining rights may   be
moi, glycerine, etc., as compounded lnii^gej  for    a period of    twenty-on?
D. D. D. Prescription. 1 years at an annual rental of Jl per
After ten years of cure after cure,'acr(, Not more than 2560 acres
the world's leading skin specialists phall be leased to one individual or
have accepted this as the true eczema- COmpany. A royalty at the rate ot
cure. If you are a sufferer from skin flve cents per ton shall be collected
disease, or have a friend who Is, write Cn the merchantable coal mtned.
at once for a free trial bottle to thei W. W. CORY.
D. D. D. Labortorles. Department N.N., Deputy of the Minister of the Interior   flee of   MaolUM
23 Jordan street, Toronto.   This trial I ' \\ Inch building. Vancouver.
BUILDERS    AND    CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, June 10,
for the erection of a tramway station
and offlce building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at of-
&   Fox, architects,
bottle will relieve the Itching at once. I
Try It on'our recommendation. Prank1   N.I!.���Unauthorized   publication   Of
McKenzie, Druggist. **   .hla advertisement will   not bs paia
The lowest or any tender not necessarily neepptcd.
B. C ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., Ln.
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* ���. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
IS
.11 il*
Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish  a floor  is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen   minutes,
,- y   and  bring  to a
/'/   polish by light
rubbing with a
^^^^^^^^^     soft cloth.
No brush to push ��� no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-ra arks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try it! He
sure to ask for the genuine
! City News 1
* <t ^  ���
WEDNESDAY, JUn
E 15.
raaaaam.   _
Tbe Lasiwt Applied Floor Finish
^^^^^   Sold by
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
If every young man nnd young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered
for profitable and congenial employment, he or she would not hesitate in
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give the same
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.75
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
97.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite   B. C.  E.   R.   Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
j
GIVE    US    A   TR! AL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SPECIAL
.For a short time we are offering
Razor Strops worth One Dollar for
Fifty Cents. Can sell you spectacles
cheaper than others and no fit no pay.
We are agents for Kodaks and supplies. Arsenate of Lead for Caterpillars.   Ask for quotations.
There is still no trace of the expected run of spring salmon.
See tho new Camp and Veranda
Furniture at Fales, Agnes street. **
The   bdard  of   trade   will   hold   its
regular    monthly    meeting    tomorrow
I night.
Plione L-528 for all kinds of teaming.   J. ll. Huggard. **
Columbian college has received ;ii 1
from Toronto towards adding a course
' in domestic science io the curriculum.
For Bamboo Shades see Fales. **
Tho Burnaby assessment court will
begin to hear a list of ahout 240 ap
peals against the assessment this
morning.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodus at The Royal Cafe. ���*
The management of the Edison the-
tre has made arrangements to show
tiie pictures of the king's funeral here
next   Monday.
Awnings���All kinds at Fales, Agnes
street. **
E.   J.   Fader   has   disposed   of   the
entire    grocery    stock  in   his   Agnes
| street store, intending to close up that
j branch of his business.
We have a number of fine resi-
! dences for sale on easy terms. Come
iin and see me.   S. Fader. **
A strawberry social and apron sale
[will   he   held  on   the  grounds  at St.!
i Barnabas rectory tomorrow afternoon, i
! The  social   will  be  continued  In  the
' parish  hall in the evening.
I
The Bohemian Cafe will in futute
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
The board of managers of the Royal
' Columbian  hospital  will  not  hold  its
regular   monthly   meeting  this   after-
! noon   on   account   of the  regular  an-
i nual  meeting coming In a week.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R208.     **
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., officiated
j yesterday at .ihe Redding of Albert
I S. Emsley and Miss Gertrude Frier,
I both of Vancouver. The ceremony
j took place at Queen's avenue Methodist church parsonage.
The proper place to dine is at the
j Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel block,
i The best of everything. **
The reception committee of the lo-
I cal W. C. T. U. will meet in Queens
j avenue church tomorrow afternoon to
i make arrangements for the reception
j of the delegates to the convention
l which is to be held here next week.
Spring is here���how about -those
plants for the garden? Tidy, the
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
A reception to Mrs. Day, vice president of the British Columbia local
Councils of Women, will be given
Thursday afternoon ln Queens avenue
church from three to six o'clock. All
members of the local council are requested to he present.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Gieenhouse. R 208. **
Five timber limits were sold by
K. J. Fader yesterday, the consideration being in the neighborhood of (80-
000. Mr. Fader is at present negotiating with eastern capitalists for the
disposal of immense timber reserves,
the price of wllich wiil run close to
$700,000.
J. C. McPherson, of the Vancouver
office of the National Finance company, was in the city yesterday. He
will remain here for a few days, milking his headquarters at the local office
of his firm, in the Curtis block. Mr.
McPherson has at his disposal $50,-
000, which he is anxious to loan on
improved city property.
The thirjeen-inonths-old child ol
Mr. Eberts, of Sapperton, died on Monday night. The funeral will take
place at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon.
The date when "The White Squaw
will  appear at   the  opera house  has
been   changed   hack   to   the   original
date, June 30, and "The Alaskan' will
show here next Monday night.
A successful strawberry and he
cream social in aid of Knox Presbyterian church. Sapperton, was given
last night on the lawn of Mrs. I.
Williams' residence. Columbia Btreet.
Between $50 and $60 will be realized
by  the church from the function.
Acting Mayor A. W. Gray, City Fngineer    Blackman,    City    Electrician
Bowler and several members of the
city council yesterday inspected the
location of the light poles on Coin:::
bin street and after having a thoi
ough look around decided to have
the pole at Eighth street ahout three
feet from the spot  first suggested.
Howard Wilson, an employee of ore
1 of the city mills, had one of his arms
, badly cut in some machinery yester-
! day afternoon. Removed to the Royal
' Columbian hospital, he underwent an
operation to permit the removal of
I a piece of bone which was badly
'crushed. He will remain at the hos-
I pital for some days under the care of
Dr. Green.
A valuable horse belonging to Bel-
! yea & Co. was drowned hy falling
Into the river off Gilley Bros', wharf
yesterday morning ,the animal hacking the rig to wliich he was harnessed
over the edge of the wharf and being
dragged into the Fraser by the vehicle. After much trouble the horse
was dragged ashore, nnd for a long
time efforts were made to resuscitate
it, but without avail.
J. E. McFerran, a lineman employed
on the power line of the B. C. E. R. j
at Westminster Junction, was electro- j
cuted yesterday by coming in contact !
with a high tension  wire.    Const-it lie
Wilkie and Coroner Pittendrigh  went I
to the scene of the accident,  where
a coroner's jury was empanelled. Tlie i
verdict was that   McFerran  had  met !
with accidental death.    The deceased 1
was about thirty-four years of age and j
lias   a   wite   and    child   in   Eastern
Canada.
Police   Magistrate   Edmonds  had  a
busy  time  yesterday   morning,   when |
lie disposed of five cases.    The must
serious  cases  were  against   a  com 1
of   bartenders   charged   with   selli.i_
liquor to drunken men.   One was finei
$20;  but there was not sufficient evidence   to   convict   the   others.     One
drunk was fined  $2.".n and costs, and
another paid $10 for the privilege of
, being disorderly  in   addition to being
drunk.     A   case   against   James   Cor-
'bett   for  an   infraction  of  tlie  health
Bylaw was dismissed.
After a four months'  Illness,  John
Hindi,  an  octogenai ian,  died   at   the
residence of liis daughter, Mrs. W. Et.
Gilley.   yesterday   morning.     He   was
a widower, but leaves a son, George,
of Port  Haney, and a daughter, Mrs.
Gilley,   to   mourn   his   loss.     The   de- j
I ceased was one of the pioneers of the j
| Fraser    valley,    settling    near    Port j
Haney  in  lS7r>,  and   remaining  there
for  many years.    The funeral,  which !
: will be in charge of W. E. Fales, will j
I take   place   from   his   late   residence
to the Church of England cemtery on
Thursday. I
MARRIED.
At Queens avenue Methodist parsonage, on June 11, by Rev. C. W.
Brown. B. D, Miss Mary Dickenson
to Fred J. Mark, both of this city.
DIED.
HINCH���In this city, June 14. John
Hindi, a native of County of Lublin, Ireland, aged SO years. Funeral
Thursday.
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 43. 71.
COME AND
SEE US
In Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors   East   of   I'ank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUiR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and. order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
You can sure get it at
that is good in the meat line
ARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Women's
COTTON HOSE
With Natural Wool and Balbriggan
Soles
Customers   who   have   used these hose are usually satisfied with   their   purchase.    Womi
coming acquainted with the advantages of wearing a cotton stocking without  the ordinal    1
sole.    Natural   WOOl  or  natural   balbriggan   soles  are  much  easier on  the  feet.
Natural   Wool   Soles,  black cotton, Hermsdorf dyed���a secure guarantee  of  last   color
inches, Cer pair,35c;  3 pair lor   $1.00. ^^^^^
Balbriggan   Soles.    Fast   black   cotton   with   pure   unbleached   cot ton soles;   BiZes 8% to 10 ���
pair, 25c and 35c.
" bi
������   rut.
'- to il
BOYS' BUSTER SUITS
$1.25 Each   io  Clear.
White   duck    suit    with    navy   and   white   sailor   collars   and   cuffs;   also   in   lawn      : ,,.,.
navy and white striped duck.    Made with belts and leather buckles, pants to match    Size, i
-
1 to S years of age.    A  big range to clear, at, eacli, $1.25.
TAILORED SHIRT WAISTS
$1.50 Each.
Special   showing   of   lawn 'T.inene" and  vesting shirt  waists    Made   with   coat   fastenll
buttons.    Laundered collars and cult's.    Nicely tucked fronts.    All  sizes.
White Brilliantine and Vestings
20c   to   35c.
A splendid assortment  of nice stripes nnd patterns in materials
that  are  most   satisfactory  for  wear. They wash nicely, keeping their
mercerized appearance;  M0 inches wide.    Per paid 20, 20, 30 and 35c.
Ecru Brilliantine
Similar in appearance to pon gee silk, have a nice mercerized finish and shown in spots, stripes and narrow and wide fancy stripes
Per yard, 20 to 35c.
New Patent   Leathtl
and Elastic Belts
The  vx-w e :'     tries nrol
lng shown In wide     . t\
row genuine patei
and fane) ela
of   the   ela ������ ta
leather   front    : e it ly tn,
med   with  i I
and   contra i I
leather.      \        undid     A
is now rea .   .-. 35c to|
V 50.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
We Have $50,000 to Loan
on City Improved Property
���Straight Loan.
We represent the B. C. Permanent
Loan & Investment Co., which
is prepared to advance any amount
of money on secured properties.
Monthly repayments   arranged. . .
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out1
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices)
on all Odd Line
H. P. LATMATvl, LocaS Manager
PHONE 515 . CURTIS BLOCK
wmmmmsmmmmmmmmtmms*mmt*f*M nf.   ********mmm w****mmmm*s i j
Wine Glasses,
Cups and Saucers, and Souvenir articles a|
Cut Prices
r
*******o*****r*************aya************************
I  Some Special Snaps  I
��� <**
I  THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY  $
* 5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three Bides   *
��� of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. V
10   lots  extending  from  First  to   Second   street.     This  property
is especially  well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
******************************
A Cool Lunch and Dinner
For a "Hot Day"
When the weather is warm you require light, appetizing, wholesome food, to tempt the palate and satisfy the appetite. And for
this very reason our Special Lunch and Dinner, served between
11:30 and 2, and 5 to 8 P. M., will please you greatly. The tables
are spotlessly clean, our kitchen Is strictly sanitary, which conveys
all the odors of cooking from the dining room, thus the cafe is not
on',y delightfully cool and airy���but entirely free from any smell of
food.
COME   TODAY   AND   BRING   A   FRIEND.
The Royal Cafe and Grill
Which Is at 604 Columbia Street.
PHONE   375      -       Dominion Truflt Block, Main Floor
Now is the time
to acquire somH
thing in one of
these lines.
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