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 Ocean Park
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,'  THE   PuACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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M'MUKR 110.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C, SATURDAY, MAY  28,  1910.
EIGHT PACKS.
PRICE  FIVE  CENT I
PROGRESS MADE
Iap murder trial
[hree Witnesses Ex-
IedinNishimaruCase,
Bed of Killing.
Ration of the regular assize
ipled all day yesterday
t        charge against Nishi.
i, a Japanese logger,
in    a     drunken  brawl   at
I, mi the night or Dec. is.
lo'iii'i -   were   found  on  his
warrant   was issued for
i'lialil.   Who   Bubse-
ered   himself   to   the
Bei
3 0f one of the  work-
Bhigake, occupli d
i ourl all morning
ifternoon, although
. i down bis evi-
. ., given in about
;:,, ad] ining room to the
had occurred.
t on the floor
v     He  saw  Nihsimaru
h .    ... :   Tried to prevent
;a.'a ��ras -'t a sitting post-
iile of .*. od In Uie corner
and    the  interpreter
In a    nvei sation in Japan-
have i ime of this," inter-
3��n    Prosecutor    McLean,
lad      ibbed Nishlmoru by
ie one had called out,
knife.'    After  that   he   let
_enl   ���  ;t   of  the  room   and
irl   time  afterwards.
���came  hack   Nishi.awa  was
.    ;    lltlon in tlie corner."
lean���"Was    he    alive    or
"1   think     ho   was  alive,
i ol saying anything,   ills
open."
tan���"Did   you   ever
sound  afterwards?
No."
Im   dead   about  an
ifterwards and his
n about tbe same as when
him with Nishtmaiu.    He
ne take the knife away,
nation   hy   Mr.   Hansford,
tor   the   defence,  witness
it there had been drinking
hack    all   afternoon.     Both
ind  Nishtzawa were drunk
ere dancing and singing.
isllizawa  very  well;   would
e was particularly quar-
ird   to  get   along   with
hear
hour
post-
Ir. i- 1   on   Page  Four).
IS QET1 ING FARMS
FOR NEW SEHLERS
Farms     Are    Attracting
pnglish   Agriculturists���
Land   Seeded.
-Calgary's ready-
prepared for Brit-
i   will   arrive   next
upldly developed in
ewtck,
: have bi en lei for drilling
i    ei  (lion    of    ninety
|i nd already dredging
ider waj.    Members of the
1 :   i    Ij made farmers are
e of the work,
ernmi nl   is extending  the
(through the centre
'i        i Is grading tw< Ive
tail.     I.levator   companies
for the  rush  and
S&naddii onal 50,000-bushel
^''"' 'i lent of agrlcul-
the   total   acreage
I1 u"s yea   to be 1 582,973,
a ot 2J
acreagi
leaf, :
pti    ,.
"S^DO; timothy, 29,025
to        	
r cent,  over  hist
arc  as   follows:
TO;  spring wheat,
MO;   barley,   147.
rye,
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ALBERTA PORTFOLIOS
CREATE CONJECTIE
Premier Sifton Has Not Yet
Announced His Ministers
��� Slate is Guessed At.
Edmonton, May 27.���It is not yet
known where Premier Sifton will run
lor election, whether In MacLeod,
Medicine Hat or Cochrane.
If he appoints Judge Mitchell as
attorney-general he wlll have to leave
the constituency ,,l Medicine Hal tor
him to run in. If he appoints Senator Talbot as minister of agriculture
and Speaker Fisher gets the senatorial appointment then the premier
will have Cochrane to run in, while
Talbol will have MacLeod. He may
leave Hon, c. W, doss in the cabinet and Hon. Duncan Marshall also,
But all this is conjecture, though it
Is felt to be a pretty far-stretched
supposition to imagine thai he wlll
leave  Mr. Cross in  the cabinet.
Hon, W. II. Cushing, as minister of
public works, whose resignation
brought on the trouble, appears from
his personal appearance, both in the
house and outside, to be much disappointed at the turn of events. George
P. Smith, of Camrose, who was slated
for the ministry of education in the
Cushing prospective cabinet, also looks
unhappy.
Warneck, of Pincher Creek, Cush-
ing's choice for minister of agriculture, is apparently happy, while John
It. Hoyle, slated hy Cushing for attorney-general, and who was very active In his opposition to the Rutherford administration, seems to be relieved and delighted.
The resignation of Attorney-general
Cross, Minister of Agriculture Marshall and P. Lessard, minister without
portfolio, were handed In yesterday,
but the lieutenant-governor refused to
consider them, leaving this matter to
the new premier.
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��� ���
��� Revolutionaries Routed. *
��� Bluefields,     Nicaragua,    May ���
��� HT.���The   governn em    forces, ���
��� under cover of the  fire of the ���
��� gunboal    San    Jacinto,   today ���
��� routed the Insurgen s and Rp- ���
��� tured    Bluefields    Bluff.    This *
��� loss to ihe Estrada forces prob- ���
��� ably ends the revolution. 4>
��� ���
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WILL  ADVISE   BRITONS
OF  CANADA'S   RESOURCES
:r::::;::r**iiMENziE coming
UITK MUCH MONEY
****
* ^_^__^^
��� Prof.   Koch   Is   De
��� Baden-Baden, May 27.���Prof.
��� Robert   Koch, the famous bac-
��� teriologlst, died here this after-
��� noon  from   a    disease   of   the
��� heart   from  which   lie  had  suf-
��� fered for many years.   He was
��� born rn Klaust Hall, Hanover,
��� Dec,  11, 18-13.
���
LABOR COUNCIL TO
HELP CLERKS ORGANIZE
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PROVINCIAL TREASURER   OF
MANITOBA   RETIRING
London, May 27.���It ls understood
that Richards Grlgg, Hritish trade
commissioner to Canada, Is preparing
a report on Canada's remarkable industrial development, dwelling espe
dally upon business openings for ' rit-
ish capital of the kind which are now
'chiefly seized hy Americans,
Seeks Easier Entry.
London, May 27.���An emigration
conference un Ier the auspices of the
Royal Colonial institute next week
will make Btrong representations to
Canada on the subject of regulations
i ei ; ectlng emigrants.
Portage la Prairie. May 27.���It is
reported here on the best of authority
that Hon. Hugh Armstrong, provincial
treasurer, will not offer himself for reelection in this constituency, but will
retiie from the government to devote
his time entirely to private business,
li was reported some time ago that
Mr. Ellis, tlie local manager of Mr.
Armstrong's business, was removing
to the States, and this lends confirmation to the report thai Mr, Armstrong
will soon be out of provincial politics
and will take over the work now in
Mr.   Ellis'  charge.
Postponed May Day Ball Proves
Merry Event for Tcts and Adults
AUSTRALIA WILL SOLVE
HER MILITARY PROBLEM
Lord   Kitchener's   Scheme   of   Defence
for  Island  Continent Wiil   Place
Antipodes on  Firm  Footing.
London. May 27.���Lord Kitchener.
speaking at die Australian banquet
last night, said that under his scheme
of defence for Australia there would
be a continuity of policy and the Australians would ho aide to solve th is ���
military problems which gave so :.n..h
trouble elsewhere.
sir George Reid, the Australian high
commissioner, who presided, said that
Australia had already made a beginning with tlie creation of a fleet and
army.
Whenever danger to tho empire
came, whatever ships and soldiers
Australia, Canada and South Africa
might possess would very soon be
found in the tiring line. Britain's future Trafalgar and Waterloo might be
anywhere, but wherever it was the
sons of Britain from across the seas
would stand by the Hag to keep It
flying.
RIGHT OF WAY QUESTION
BOTHERS SHIP OWNERS
The May Day ball, a'.though hell this
j ear ut a date some weeks later than
it ever was before, proved last night
to be one of the most successful ever
held, lt was estimated that between
seven or e ..ht hundred adults were
on the floor, and the number of children in the earlier hours of the evening was almost countless.
The children were greatly disappointed on May Day when it was decided that the ball would have to be
postponed, but last night's event made
up for all the delay and today there
are hundreds of happy children wbo
enjoyed themselves last night as they
never did before.
From a financial point of view the
affair was u huge success. It was
feared by the management that the
unfortunate cause of the postponement would militate against the attendance, but their fears turned out
to be groundless" and many more than
was anticipated paid their admittance
fee to tlie hall.
The receipts last night will probably give the May Day celebration
committee a healthy balance to carry
into next year, instead of a huge
di licit, as some of the members prophesied. The public evidently appreciated tlie action of the committee in
postponing the ball, and, knowing that
a good turnout was necessary to the
financial success of the whole May
Day fete, they came nobly to the rescue.
The function was held in the main
building at the i xhlbltlon grounds and
the floor was i excellent condition.
This year bette accommodation was
provided than e\'V before, the dancers
having almost twice as much floor
space at their disposal as they tripped
the light fantastic toe In terpsichorean
mazes.
The ball commenced about S o'clock
with all the high functionaries of May
Day and the queens and maids of
honor leading off in tlie grand march.
The master of ceremonies had sent
the royal coach around for tho royal
party, and they all. with the exception of Noel Armstrong, who was unfortunately too ill to he able to attend, were present.
Alderman J. J, Johnston, master of
ceremonies, led off with Mary Keary,
the May queen, and J. J. Cambridge,
past master of ceremonies, came next
with the ex-queen, Helen Hale. H.
M. Stramberg, with Mary Malins,
Gowan MacGowan with Jean Runcie,
and N, It. Brown witli Mabel Atherton
came r\e-t on the roll of honor. The
three little girls were the maids of
honor of ihe two queens.
Following the royal party there
came a host of little girls with other
members of the committee, and one
of tlio best May Day halls ever held
in the city was officially opened.
Queen Mary Keary was a much-
sought-afier partner while she remained at the dance, everyone being
anxious to have the honor of dancing
with her majesty.
The boys' brigade was there in full
regalia and about 10:30 i. halt was
called in the dancing while some oi
the worthier members of that body
were decorated with medals for good
behavior and consp'euous valor. The
following is the list of those who were
officially recognized as being worthy
of signal honor: Color-sergeant I).
Casselln.an, Sergeant Gamon. Corpo-
ral Linn, Corporal Kelson and Private
Otto Olsen. The presentations were
made by Queen Mary Keary and ex
Queen Helen Hale.
Before the presentation Master of
Ceremonies Johnston made a neat
speech, in wllich he complimented the
members of the corps for so well
guarding the regal party during the
Mav Day festivities and during the
ball.
Shortly after this ceremony the
children began to disperse, giving up
the floor to the older people present
who had been waiting more or less
impatiently for permission to start.
They kept up the good work till about
1 a. m. and then dispersed.
Special cars were provided to take
the weary merrymakers home.
Gowan MacGowan was floormaster
and much credit is due to him and to
all the members of the committee for
the successful way in which every
del ail of the evening's entertainment
was .arried out.
The May Day committee will bold a
meeting on Tuesday night to wind up
the  affairs of the  whole celebration
Should   Trains   or   Boats   Say   "After
You" When They Come to a
Bridge   Is   Problem.
io the rapid ex-
wintei   wheat culture and
"' ""' reporl  is  most   opti-
llas   again    been   demon-
f" ""' use of irrigation In-
I '���'"��� cessful crops of winter
Fmei'S east of Calgary who
r1",;" ' isi fall hi
ave promise
I     	
is   not  avail-
,r yields than to other df*
Wv Irrigation
women now
/E   HOPE   OF   FRANCHISE
ilay 27.���A number of
01 Parliament of all parties
F^ted themselves a com-
rumen's suffrage. They aim
t���f question on a plan ac-
r*'1, sections of suffragettes.
I.1';11 minimum tbey win in-
'"." ( ominous as early us
Iiih        '''"''""'hlsing   women
tem ?tU'fh?ropertsr a�� wouW
Vn  .,      1"'y  wm>  '"��".  to
''"'.'"V11  "'"''"I regai'dit
lai som i""' comPromlse, not
?W_voters to the register.
1Ro^; Georae Sail..
Him NonES Ro>i?1 Georg0
fienp ��� f    l!ern railway line
muh' f<"' Canada with 400
Whether the boats or the railroads
have the right of way on the livers
Ot  the  province is  tho   question  that
has been agitating the shipowners ot
New Westminster tor some time.
Complaints are made that the bridges
are not opened quickly enough when
boats wish to pass through. It is
pointed out by some of the shipowners that when a boat is coming down
stream and the bridge does not open
there is liable to be a serious accident. Most vessels, especially tugs
with loaded scows, cannot stop at
once and as they come down the
stream expecting the bridge to open
every moment, they are not able to
turn around owing to the strong current.
The matter was brought up in the
board of trade on Thursday hy \V. R.
Gilley, who said that it was a common
occurrence at the bridges over the
Fraser and at the C.P.R. bridge over
the Pitt river, to have the boats delayed In order to allow trains lo pass
over the bridges.
Ile thought that a system of signals
should be arranged so that the men
on the bridge could notify the boats
I when they wore going to open, ln
case the power were off for any rea-
ison and the draw could not be swung.
the vessel could be notified while it
had lots of room to stop and turn
around,
II   was   finally decided  to  write  to
the government, the city council, and
the railway companies to see if some
definite  understanding  could  be ar-1
ranged   for   the   future   procedure  of j
bouts going through the draw bridges.
MARY  KEARY, QU1EN  OF THE   MAY
In whose honor the bai    wae fllven last night
President of C.N.R. Returning From England With
?45,000,000 in Drafts.
Montreal. May 27.���According to
news received at the Canadian Northern ollice, William McKenzie, president of the system, was one of the
passengers who sailed from Bristol on
the company's new steamer Royal
George.
Mr. McKenzie is stated to he bringing with him drafts representing $45,-
000,000  of   British  capital,  which   he
has secured for Investment in Cana-I
dlan .Northern enterprises.
Among these enterprises is said  to
be thai of linking up eastern and west-;
ern portions of tin.' Canadian Northern j
i .iiway   system   hy   means  cf  a  line1
through   the   country   north   of   Like
.Superior   and   the  completion   of  the S
company's lines between Montreal and
Toronto.
Salesmen May Form Local
Association ��� Tom Turn-
bull Criticizes Universities
TO   REBUILD   BIC   BRIDGE.
C. P. R. Wiil Remodel and Double-
track Structure  at  Lachine.
Montreal, May 27.���It was stated
yesterday by Vice-president McNicoll
of ihe C. P. R. that the company had
decided to rebuild and double-track
their big bridge over the St. Lawrence
at Lachine, just above Montreal. The
company's engineers are now working
on the plans, and it is expected that
work will be started this summer and
completed within a couple of years.
The double-tracking will involve enlargement of the piers, and a complete new steel superstructure, and it
is planned to switch from the present
to the new bridge without delaying a
single train. Tlie work will probably
cost in the neighborhood of (1,500,-
000.
SAD FOREST FIRE IS
RACING NEAR HUDSON DAY
Tie  Camp   Is   Burned  Out  and  Whole
Section   May  Be Licked  by
Flames.
Winnipeg, May 27.���One of tlie
worst fires in the history of the Swan
River branch of the Canadian Northern is now raging in the timber b( lt
to the west of Hudson Bay Junction,
a few miles west of the Manitoba
boundary.
News of the scope of the forest fire
first reached here today, when a message from Mistattm said that the fire
was working up towards the depot.
Tlie fire took a number of telegraph
poles and consequently communication  is  difficult.
The Cowan Construction company's
tie camp was burned out. Appaie.itly
the railway has suffered little, tlie
principal damage being done to one
of   the   best   timher   districts   in   the
McRAE WILL HAVE CHARGE
OF DUNSMUIR COAL MINES
An effort v, ill once again be made
here to form a retail clerks association, with a view to bettering the lot
of the man behind the counter. Thia
time the Westminster Trades and
Labor council is taking the initiative
in the matter, tlie question being,
brought up for discussion at the regular meeting yesterday evening, when.
all the delegates present were in
favor of the suggestion. One of the
speakers of the evening remarked!
that President L. B. Lusby, of the
hoard of trade, was in favor of the
association, and with the support of
Mr. Lusby he believed the project
could he carried through successfully.
Presumably one of the aims of the
new association will he the securing
Of a weekly half holiday during the
summer months. A number of the
stores close at the present time, but
it is tlie wish of the clerks to have
an afternoon on which all the store?,
would close.
R. E. Monteith, one of the delegates
of the Typographical union, local No,
632, was unanimously elected president, vice W. Scoti, who resigned
prior to leaving for Sun B'raucisco-.
W. Shallenberger was elected vice-
president.
Thomas Turnbull reported on a
number of matters which had been referred to him, including a visit ta
tlie members of the board of trade in
session. Mr. Turnbull said he had
received a sympathetic hearing and
had found the merchants in favor of
an eight-hour day and generally in
sympathy  with labor.
With reference to the university
site question Mr. Turnbull, who was
named on the main committee to represent the council, voiced a criticism
on the conduct of business at a meeting he had attended in Vancouver-
He was anxious to know what control
the people would have over the university, which he understood was to
be endowed with about a million acres
of land. As far as his expel ience
went, universities were of very little
use to the working man: they were
merely training schools for the benefits of capitalists.
In future, meetings of the council
will be held on the third Wednesday
of the month, this change being in
order to accommodate the delegates*
from the barbers' union.
JOHN CREAN HAS HONEY
TO SAV REDMOND WINS
Irishman of This City Disagrees Witt*
Moreton Frewen Over Result of
Next   Election.
President    of   Fraser   River     Lumber
Company Is Named Managing Director of Big Colliery Concern.
Victoria, May 27.���It is understood
that VV. L. Con .-in, a Pittsburg coal
mining expert vlio recently on bo-
half of Messri. Mai if [izie, Mann &
Co., examined lhe Burs muir collieries
prior to the second la re payment on
purchase account has been offered
and accepted the pihltion of general
manager of the now holding corporation organized in London, Eng.. and
styled the C ma lian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Limited
Mr. Coulson v il' mike his headquarters at the outwit at Li.lon Bay in connection with the carrying out of plans
for develop! t,; tee Con ox coal field
on a vast scab. T'e pii e to be paid
for nil the Dunse-nir collie'les is eleven million  dollars.
It ls unders iod that A. D. McRae,
of Vancouver, r'evident of the Fiaser
River Lumber coin] any, and a close
business associate of Messrs. Mackenzie nnd Mann, will as managing ell-
rector exercise a general supervision
over the mining operations of the
new coal corporation.
Aroused by a long interview wbicli
Moreton Frewen, a dis:inguishecl Englishman, has given the Vancouver
News-Advertiser, John Crean, of this
city, is making a slight protest against
some of the statements alleged to
have been made by Mr. Frewen. Mr.
Ftewen is reported as saying that the>
O'Brien party was gaining power in
Ireland and that the recent alliances
between Redmond and the Socialist
and Labor parties had deeply offended
the  public  sentiment in  Ireland.
Mr.   Crean   docs    not   agree   with
; these conclusions at nil, but instead
I of attempting to argue the point  he
'states    liis    convictions    and     theft"
strength in thc following letter to The
Daily News:
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���I wish to communicate a few
lines to Mr. Moreton Frewen. 1 will
make a small wager or bet with thc;
distinguished gentleman. I will put
up $"50 in tho Bank of Montreal that
O'Brien and the noble lords will not
get twelve seats in Ireland and that
John Redmond's party In tlie next
election will have seventy members
nnd that Mr. O'Brien will not have
twelve members.
My opinion is that there will be at
least eighty-two home rulers elected
In Ireland. Now. according to Mr.
Frewen, Mr. Redmond is discredited
in Ireland, consequently he will have
no chance to lose. If I win the Redmond party can have Mr. Frew en's:
$250 and if 1 lose O'Brien and the
noble lords can have niv $250.
JOHN CREVN.
New Westminster, May 27, 1910.      fgj|
TO ENTERTAIN  DELEGATES.
COTTON  STRIKE  EXPECTED
WHEN  WAGES GET  DROP
Manchester, May 27.���The result of
the vote of tbe cotton employers on
the question of the reduction of 5 per
cent, in wages shows that SO per cent.
of the master spinners favor the
proposition.
This propably means a strike or
lockout, as tbe employees have declared they will not accept the reduction.
Executive Makes Grant for Welcoming
Visiting Manufacturers.
Victoria. May 27.���At this morning's meeting of the provincial executive a grant of $1000 toward the entertainment of the visiting members
of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association was made by the government,
which will also tender those important
visitors a reception at the parliament
buildings during their stay in the
province.
The forestry commission Is to resume its sittings on Monday next.
meeting in the oak room at the parliament building.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
MAY 28
dossiiied Advertisements ["���
WANTED.
���CONCRETE MIXI
tendant; married man; no
fighter need apply. Apply J
Guichon hotel.
IB AT-
booze-
Rlder,
ta
���'iJ.ii'iy
ti-:
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WIT1
bouse work. Apply, A. E. Kellln.
tan, 501 Queen's avenue.
H. C Mark & Sons
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers   of   the   bread
that   Is  n ... w   Westmln
stei famous. Also choice cakes,
��� ooi li b an . c indii s. Our oblig-
I] drivers v 111 be more than
pleased to call.   Phone 435.
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WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
proj erty. \ alue $3000. Apply B. C.
iritles, Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices, Columbia street, New Westminster.
(Changes for this column must
[eft at, or telephoned to, this offlc
9  p.m. on Fridays.    The omlsslo i of
au>   church   i        '  from  this column
indlcati : tli I no cop;  has heen | .
in bj  tlie pastoi  or o hei   responsible
Good Op
BRENING & COMPANY
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner Columbia nnd   Begbie Streets.
New Westminster B. C���Phone 036.
nsoes
LAND REGISTRY
ACT
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"WANTED���A
ply., Royal i
1RL  AT  ONCE,
j   Laundry.
AP
WANTED ���FIRST CLASS WA1T-
resses. Good wages paid. Apply
Central Hotel.
Geld
up.
Silver
(8.00.
Silver
17.50 up.
A Lieut
Watches.
Watch
Watches for Ladies from |12.75
Watches, gents' open face
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
for
Waltham   and     Elgin
WANTED���MEN AND HOYS TO
work In can factory as helpers. Apply between 7 and 9 a.m.    Cliff &
.Suns.
repairing a specialty.
CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 125 Third  avenue,
jcclu live Propi i ties Too Long to
Adv( i'ti e.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE
25 fi el long. Sui able
pleasure or work; new.
Moir, Sunberry.
LAUNCH,
for  either
Apply, R.
or all kinds of
OB   PRINTING
Phone 095
or leave orders at
f he   Ar row  P r ess
��ar The Daily News Co., G09 Victoria
Street.
POR    SALE- SURREY;     SIX    AND
One half acies on Scott road mar
Kennedy station. Price J375 per
. . . .- 10 I cash, balance easy. Owner, Box 27, Colllngwood East, P. O.
South Vancouver.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
FOR   SALE���HIGH   TOWER   AUTO-
niol-ile   (roadster)  in good  running
order.      Might    exchange   for   real
ite.   Room S, Westminster Trust
Block, City.
VOU SALE���NI
ture, made to
table, large i.i
leafed   screen
anil
189,
foot stool.
City.
AV  MISSION  FORNI-
oieler;  suuare dining
gh-backed couch, five-
four   dining    chairs
Set for $42. Phone
Preliminary    Notice    to   Contractors.
Tenders for Laying New Water
Main.
Tenders are required for the laying
nnd jointing of ahout fouiteen miles
of 25-inch rivetted steel water main
and ahout 7,780 feet of 12-inch and
7,500 feet of 13-inch lap-welded pipe.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the City Engineer. City
I lla.ll, by the sixtli of June, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
| City, Hall, New Westminster, May 2;:,
1910.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK. TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
S'OR     SALE ���  MAGOON     STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowle" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
-*s*vr,a^a--wmi**--r-awa���urn t*m t���m er**^���amm***a_m~m********m_m******a*ms*ss**T**s*r*
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton street.
VOU RENT���FURNISHED ROOM IN
private house-; close in. Apply B.
W., -News Otlice.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS
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Apply A. H,
Building.
ROOMS    TO    RENT���
Ferguson, Pythian Hall
TO   LET ��� UNFURNISHED   THREE
rooms;    electric   light.     Apply   233
Eleventh street or 74(i Columbia St.
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ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPII CO
PAL���Rev, A. deB. Owi :���. reel ir. .-��� r-
vice al 11 ;;���!' . i nd 7:30 p.m. Holy
i ommunlon Hi st Sunday in the moni b
iafter moi nin i 11 ;'. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. M i i
��� ubji cl "Si ul's Presumptio r,"
ovi a ing subject, "The Power of a
Helj Ing Hand." Al the evening sei v-
[i e a duel v. ill be sung by Miss E.
Harris and   Mr.  Hamm.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T, Wi rdl v Taylor, M.A., Ph.
1>., pastor. Sen; i a at ll a.m, i I
7:30 p. in. Morning subject: "Sib il
Work;" < vening sui j. ct, "Ruth."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METIIO US
Rev. C. W. Bi own, B.D., ; ai or. Si
vices al   11 a. m, an 1 ", :30 p. i u
daj   school   al   2:30  p.   in.    Moi ling
ct:    " '���". e Pol ti r and the Cln; ;"
e ���   Ing  subject,   "Tlie   Fourth  Commandment."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Ri v. A. F. ;' k
er,   pastor.     Ser-. ic< 3   11   a.m.   and   7
p.m.    Sunday    scho >1   at    2:30  | i t.
Midweek ; rayi r meeting on We I
day at  8 o'clock.    Morning subj
������The Plan of Salvation Mart" Plain as
Day;"   evening    subject,  "The   War,
Warriors and Weapons."
; THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sands, pastor. Servic al
18 p. in. in the I. O. O. F. hall.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E.
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning, Holy Communion,
11   a.m.;   evening.   7:30   p.m.     Bible
|class and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.;
Y. P. S. C. E., Tuesday S p.m.; prayer
! meeting. The pastor will preach in
the morning. Rev. William Stott
preaches in the evening.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school al
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p. m. Rev. William Stott will
preach in the morning. The pastor
will occupy the pulpit in the evening
Pro] i i ties iii���
NEW WESTMINSTER, BURNABY, SAPPERTON, I.i I.i ISLAND, SURREY, LANGLEY, CHILLIWACK, Sl MAS. VANCOU ER,
NORTH AND SOUTH VANCOUVER.
Write or
Come and  Se.
tlculars.
Us fur Par
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
',   M
I!'' Lola 29
drew's Squai
minster City.
Whereas pi ,
ficate of ,
In the name ol
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<e.
TEN   ACRES   of  fine
land  on  tramlim ;
ven  easy terms.
cleared   garden
$500  per  acre;
Mo
oil
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ���160
acres, with thn [ourths mile i E
waterfront; one mile trom the
hotel; $30 per ai re; $1500 cash, balance one. two, three and lour yeai s
at 5 i er i ent.
BURNABY SNAP���Eight acres. Close
to train: $710 i er ai re and you
name lhe terms.
of i|,.
Nun
n filed In i  ���
Notice Is hi
at  the expiri j
the date ol i
of, in a duii: .1
the Citj ,i
a duplicati ,
less in the ,������
be  made  ro  me in
; '       lei   1',.
Land   Registrj   oi
ster, B.C
S, K
1910
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of)
'���-AND ACTS.
SURREY    WATERFRONT    SNAP -
Ten acres al  $250 pi r acre:   tl   i
BRENING & COMPANY
Ceneral  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Bldg.
Corner Columbia and   Begbie  Streets
New Westminster B. C.���Phone 6Sj.
CITY���Lot 3 in blocks 6 and 1
division 9, on Seventh: pii<
easy terms.
subdi-
New Westmlster
District   of   Ne.
Take notii i
nan, of  Vam
IOUSE���A nice little house on Elev
enth street, near Thiid a\> nue;
price $1050; one-fourth cash, bal-
a Ix,     i weh e    and     i I ;hti e i
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KELLINGTON
Corner
Columbh   and   Begbie
Phone 680.
BROS.
Streets
:LULU      ISLAND���Three
..' n     l .a ',
prii e  ���     ' i" i  rn re.
ai i c 3
ar   l: :
ot
occupation conl I
ply  for  perml
following di  ���
Commencing m .
: "<l
ate aboul   foui *
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erly   i
to pi ee of i
four   acn
ALE
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March  [,
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and
limit  No.
v-1   terlj
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CLEARED  LOT��� Moody square,
than $900; terms,   This   is   a
sized   lot.
ess
full-
550 FEET of
the Fiaser;
Delta land,
houses   on
best waterfront on
, acres of impi >'��� ed
the
21i
There    are     two    good
this    property;   terms
This i roperty can he' hoi, hi for less
than $20 per front foot.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Ofiice:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Cldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
LAND ACT.
New   Westmlnstei   LanjjL,
n i r. ��� I- i r *���   r,,   NO...,  \*l... .���
District of New Wett_
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City���House on corner let near
Queen's park; modern; :-i>; rooms.
Price $2,400, $500 cash, balance
monthly.   Worth Investigating.
Lulu Island���Twenty or Forty acres
nn the North Arm road. Price only
$250 an acre. The land around this
has been subdivided, and is bi lling
at double the pike. This Is your
last chance to Becure laud along the
proposed tram line at this figure.
Terms easy.
Real   Estate  and
Next to  Todd's
Phone
Auctioneering
Music   House
703
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE and lot 66x
132; (lose in. i'i Ice 116 10, on your
ou n  tei ins.
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ���
New; on Third avenue, Price only
$3500;   $600 cash  will  handle' It.   ..
Tal.e   nol li ������     i
I'I.',, i  |   ol    \ .
tion, bulldlni
ply for i" :
lo�� Ing de ci Ibed
Coin:   em   '
the S. E. poinl i
in channel bi '
Nl I  on island,  i
erly, bouI be I \
Bhore to the : I
containing 10 a
SI.Mi'".  |
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Pi i   I0HN F t
April 20, 1910.
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KELLINGTON
Corner
Columbia and  Begbie
Phone 680.
BROS.
Streets.
SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE���Lot
all cleared and in fruit. Price
$2000;  $550 cash, balance easy.
VS.
EXPLORE
SAHARA
WITH
AN  AIRSHIP
Mortgages
Some  of our  shrewd  clients
o feel that out-
are beginning
side   property
is   now   nearlv
POR  RENT���ROOMS  FOR ONE OK
two gentlemen.    Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO  RENT���UNFURNISHED    ROOM,
Apply corner Royal avenue and Seventh street
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two iiulies. close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
-TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nisheel bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
LOST.
.OST���POCKET HOOK CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and valuable
papers. Name on pocket book, S.
N. Lupton. Tinder please return
to Kelly, Douglas & Co., Front
street  and   obtain   reward.
iiOST���On Columhla street between
Alexander and Sixth streets, silver
brooch trimmed with gold. Finder
return to the City Paint Shop, 37
Alexandra stieet. and receive reward.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGHNTSl MANA-
gcr G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
jnale help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
as high as it is worth. They say
that   the   old   stock   exchange
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BUILDERS     AND     CONTRACTORS.
Scaled lenders will be received by
�����i.he undersigned up to noon, June 3,
for the erection of a tramway station
iand office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at office of Maiduie ft Fox, architects,
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
'8. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LD.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
i old stock
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, ls good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop ln value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or lf you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at. your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority
Berlin, May 27.���Africa being the
favorite field for German explorers,
great interest is taken in a scheme
prepared by Dr. Siegert, a well
known geologist, to explore the eastern Sahara. He figures the cost at
$225,000.
As the region is mostly arid desert,
and hitherto unexplored, he proposes
to use automobiles and airships for
the enterprise. Running as far us
possible by automobiles he would take
to the air wherever conditions made
land travel difficult.
The Nile valley would be followed
to the end of the traffic facilities and
then the party would strike eastward
into the unknown.
TYPEWRITING   MARVEL
MAKES GREAT RECORD
Seattle,  May  L'7.���Writing  from  familiar copy at the phenomenal rate of
201 words a minute, Miss Alena Kanka
exponent of the touch system of typewriting, broke her previous best mark
,and established what is believed to bo
I a new record for the Pacific coast, in
an   exhibition   of   fast   and   accurate
.typewriting this morning at the Hyatt-
:Fowells school, at Broadway and Pine
I street.   In the speed tests, Miss Kanka wrote 10(1 words in one minute on
one trial;  1118 words a minute twice,
land   attained   the   remarkable   record
of 201  words a minute on two different efforts.
!    Miss Kanka was cheered enthusiastically   when  it   was  announced   that
she had broken her own record.    She
gave an exhibition at the Hyatt-Fow-
jells school on Monday afternoon, also.
j Writing   from   new   matter,   she   averaged 123 1-2 words a minute for five
minutes.    Her best showing for speed
jfrom familiar copy that day was 197
, words  a  minute.
Considering the fact. Ihat Miss Kanka has been out of school only seven
; months her performance is considered
nothing short of phenomenal. Her
work Is absolutely without error,
there being no transposed or mistruck
letters or spacebar mistakes.
The   Smith    Premier    Typewriting
company has engaged Miss Kanka to
'give  exhibitions     in     various    cities
throughout the country.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750 Columbia  Street
THE ABOVE are only a few of the
house properties \u have. We have
many others on easy terms in all
parts of the e'ity.
FULL-SIZED LOT on Fifth street,
between sixth and Seventh avenues. Price for a few days only
$750, on terms.
A SNAP���Eight lots,
tween Socond and T
$325 each; will bi
fourth cash, balance
eighteen months
433.
all cleared, be-
lirei streets, for
11 singly; one-
six, twelve and
Call    up   phone
FULL SIZE
square, on
terms.
LOT���Close    to    Moody
Pi Inct bs Btreel. $700, on
HERE IT IS���Ten acres in Surrey,
near tramline; all cleared; line alluvial soil; under cultivation. Price
$200 per acre; $700 cash, balance I
one, two and three years. Call up
phone 433.
ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750  Columbia   Street
TWO GOOD LOTS on Edinburgh
Btreet, close to Twelfth street, hack-
In. onto a lane. Price $1100 lor the
two, on terms.
FULL SIZED LOT on Hamilton street,
close to sixth streei. Price only
$'iuo. on terms.
FULL-SIZED
all cleared;
Price $850,
LOT on  Hamilton street,
close io Twelflh siieet.
on terms,
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEW
WE HAVE lots in all parts of the
city on easy terms. If you want a
live or ten-acre block It will be to
your advantage to sec ns before
going elsewhere.
WAfcP NOTICE
Notice Is hi i 1
n.atlon win te i .-J
the "Water A i -|
cense in thi   S
sion of N'ew V, i ,\
i      (a)     The n .. uJJ
tion of the a] J, E it,
occupation, di Iryl     and I
i In    The i      e of I e  ..-i
or   source   (il i !. the d
thui  Isi:   Spi ll Ut 11
Subdivision of L I
(c)    The point ol divers! i i|
spring.
idi The q
for i In cubic
eighth   cubic  I
ii-i    The cl . I lie ?��l
works;    Tank ���: ;.v pipe '
tank  to dwellli
igi   The  :��� |
Water    is    lo .     D��.
dairying and
iki    This nol   ��� 1
30th   day   of    '"
tion will be 1
on the 31i I d |
111    GI v e t h e i
of any riparian i
cos   who  or  wl
to be affected ' s
either aboi      ������'  II"'
None.
> New Wi
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SMALLEST BIBLE
IN  THE  WORLD
Edmonds Waterworks.
Notice is hereby given that all parties  requiring   water  service are  re-
- ^nested to make application on printed
forms,  to  be   obtained at  the collector's ofiice.  as  early as  possible.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, May
.?:.  1810.
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T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager   N.  W.   Branch.
Spokane, May 27.���The smallest
Bible In the world recently came into
the possession of John W. Graham
& Co., of this city.
In dimensions the Bible is one and
two-thirds Inches in length, one Inch
in width, and one-third of an In/.h in
thickness, it is a perfect reproduction ln every particular of the Old
and New Testaments and was printed
;by the Oxford University Press (Amen
Corner, Glasgow.)
Tho letters are perfect and so small
1 that   several   short   words,   such     as
"and,"   "had"   and   "the"     could     be
placed on the head of an ordinary pin
within crowding,
This tiny Bible Is not printed from
type, but from plates made from
photographic copies of pages of the
regulation size Oxford Bible and reduce I   to  the  desired  size.
The little volume consists of 870
pages, illustrated, and Is hound ln
flexible1 leather. Just Inside the buck
cover is a pocket, and In this pocket
is a magnifying glass ahout the size
of a dime. Wlih the aid of this glnss
the contents of the Bible may easily
be read.
IT
Six Lots en bloc, situated
between 8th and 10th avenues
close to Cumberland street, on
the highest point in the city.
Price $1650 for the bunch.
Only $600 cash required, balance easy	
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
PHONE 515        CURTIS BLOCK        657 COLUMBIA ST
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.u'SSi3S5K?3rr?/3a"3C^ M-URDAY, MAY 28, 1910
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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BEEF TRUST OPENED
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Counsel for National Packing Company
Assails   Validity   cf   Various
Indictments.
Tiiis is tlie Wonderful Mew Flour
that hns made such a sensation throughout Western Canada. V_\
Made cf highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equiopej,   \ \
{ ,    largest mill en the prairies. V\
Made with the determination  to   pive users   better   flour-value,  greater    \?1
rtainty of  baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final result,  whether m
���ith biscuits, cake or bread. ��:
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour rives all this
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
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This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    V/e use this paper Kj
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
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ViCTGft   A.   JCHMDFiO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,   Guichon  Building.
Phone  631
srarvsriB���^Jva*-*���!���* i ~xir. J
csz'rsarta
If newness and freshness and
variety of patterns count in
SHIRTS, then those we show
beat anything you have ever
seen. A delightful change
from the same old tiresome
styles so many stores are displaying.
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HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE. C. A. C.
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
Chicaf i, May 27.���The flrst skirmish in tl e i overrinu ut's attack on the
so-called i eef trusl began before
Judge K. M. Landis In the United
States Dlsti id court here today, when
counsel for the National Packing coin.
I any and Its ti n sui i llary concei ns,
a ' lalled the validity of the Indictments i ng a ci mblnatlon In restrain!   i    trade.
The d ���'��� n hints worn r< pres< niod
by Attoi Ralph Crews  Gi irge T.
Bucklni I and Joseph ll. Dufrees;
the govi ��� n m nt, bj attorney K luin S.
s1"';". B] eel 1 Assi itant Distrl I Attorney .!;:��� i ll. y,"r". rson, Asslsl ilil
Dl stilct ' ttorney Elwood Goo In n
and Assls I to i1 ie Attorney-General Oliver r. Pagan.
In his a i nl Mr, Bu kin; ham -<:-
! ged:
1. Thai the Indictment does nol go
Into pa It nl ira sufficiently.
!. 1; di      ��� ni  chi i ge 'i ci Ime
nor el ifltu- Ing b ci Ime.
3. Tl was :t  ci in""'    the
statute of limitation (three years)
had run aealnst it.
I. Tl at the Indictment charges no
Interstate commerce transactions.
.". Thai no place In which tho combination operated or had existence is
6. It is n combination which is illegal;   not  its acts.
PREVENT EXPLOSIONS ON BOATS
The lai est issue cf tho Canada
Gaze ��� dns   an   order-ln-council
proclaiming now regulations to govern
the ii poi tation of petroleum and
naphtha in bulk. The regulations are
designed to protect shipping and har-
] bors from danger by explosion. For
instance, il is provided that every
tank-ship arriving at any port, having on ' oard petroleum or naphtha in
, bulk, shall ! oisl a red flag bearing
th�� word "Petroleum" or "Naphtha."
and sl ���    i such flag flying (lining
tho hours of daylight, while any petroleum or naphtha Is on board, and
thf i eafl :' so Ii ng i s she shall remain
in Can idian wati r, and dui ing ihe
s:nio ; i i iod shall by night display two
I red lights vertically, not loss than
twenty f   ! above the deck.
During the time any tank-ship having petroleum or naphtha on hoard is
within Canadian waters, no fires or
li. hts excepl tho electilc light shall
be used on board or in the immediate
vicinity of the ship, while the tanks
or campartments are open or are dis-
cbarglng, or when the hatches are off;
and no i erson on board shall smoke
or can;,  matches.
TRIBE KNOWN AS COOBOOS
MOST   PRIMITIVE   PEOPLE
Gov* .relate
[LAIN WHITE,
FANCY STRIPED,
FIGURED PATTERNS
ain negligee or pleated, mostly
���tached  cuffs,   some   separate,
pely  finished  ancl thoroughly
well made.
The Wardrobe Clothier
���'s Lion Brand Clothing, Suits and Odd Knicker Pants
New Westminster, B.C.
|olumbia Street
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t-astcrtrook Milling  Company,
EburaeV B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL   $7 per bbl
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. ..6.75 per Bbl
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl
HINDOO FLOUR .4.50 per Bid
^Quarrie&Co.
.Fr��nt street.
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale  Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and F.J. Hart fi Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, B. C.    L. D. Phone.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  383
Though ii Is hard to Imagine a
Bhlftless, wandering people lower,
ethically even than the animal, such
people eM'st, says a German ethnologist professor. They live in the smith,
ern pari ot Sumatra, and are call id
r>y others the Cooboos, though they
themselves do not know enough to
name themselves.
According to the report, tho Coo-
bo- s are simply the lowest type of human nomads, wandering about, sometimes in twos or threes, sometimes
. v. ly. with but ono Intent���to get
toi d. They have neither religion nor
.���thai system of any kind. They pos-
bi - no Implements wnatsoever, and
have no purpose other than to
keep alive. Their family ties are so
wanting alio, other that when one o(
ihem dies, he is left to lie as he has
fallen, no burial laking place or tears
being shed over him. So primitive are
the Cooboos that they rarely build
themselves shelter, sleeping as best
they can in holes or caves in
ground, sometimes,    though   in
thi
ran
cases, const! ucting themselves a rude
roof of large leaves.
PRICE   OF  SCRIP   IS
RISING    ONCE
ag;
N
W. RICH
Teaming and  Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
Winnipeg, May 27.���This morning
six South African land warrants sold
oll the Winnipeg Stock Exchange at
from $750 to $77". each, wlrich Is an"
advance of from ten to fifteen dollars
over the quotations of last week. To
date there have been 6,900 warrants
Issued, and of these there are still left
on the market 2,433, the balance having been registered and used. With
the present ratio at which the scrip is
being used the number on the market
will hold out for elghl months ns the
legist ration in April and May was approximately 300 for each month.
Since the scrip was extended to December 31, 1911, tho quotations have
fluctuated considerably, but always
there has been an advance: a review
of the quotations since last fall w
be Interesting. In October the price
was $520, in December $890, in February $705, March IS $705, March 24
$860, April 1 $866, April 8, $815, April
15 $785, April 22 $775, May 0 $775,
Mav  13 $710, May 23 $775.
730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
Gardiner & Gardiner
(E. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6,  West minster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
A-onu-co
NfJpT7
No doubt you will agree that if quality and price are equal every
Canadian should buy Canadian made goods in preference to any other. .
Not only is it patriotic���it's sound common senao. The money
Spent for Canadian goods goes to build up Canadian industries anil
prosperity, and makes it easier for every Canadian to earn a good
living.
On the other hand, money spent for foreign made goods goes out
of the country to pay foreigners���not to benefit Canadians.
Toilet ar.d Medicinal Preparations are compounded in Canida from
the purest ingredients wliich money can buy. The National Drug and
Chemical Company of Canada return* to Canadians in employees'
salaries, dividends and other expense disbursements, close to Ono
Million Dollars a year. In addition to this we spend millions every
year in Canada for raw materials, tins, bottles, labels, boxes and
other supplies, giving employment to hundreds of Canadian tinsmiths,
glass workers, paper makers, printers, lithographers, box makers,
and others.
So even if NA-DRU-CO goods were only "just as good" as those
imported from other countries, you wuuld be folluwing a sensible and
patriotic course in buying them.
As a matter of fact, though, NA-DRU-CO Toilet and Medicinal
Preparations are better than those imported. Try NA-DRU-CO
Talcum Powder, NA-DRU-CO Greaoeless Toilet Cream,NA-DRU-CO
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound or any other NA-DRU-CO preparation, and see for yourself.
You risk nothing in making the test, for if the NA-DRU-CO
article does not entirely satisfy you, return it and your druggist
will refund your money.
National Drug and Cbemical Company
of Canada, Limited.
Halifax,     St. John,   Montreal,    C":\wa,   Kingston,   Toronto,    Hamilton,   London,
Winnipeg,   Regina,   Calvary,    freUoa,   Vancouver,   Victoria. ,->
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Eight-room modern house on lot
132 feet square on Third street, between Queens ancl Third avenues; all
conveniences: price $5500; $1200
cash,  balance to  suit purchaser.
Eight-room modern house on corner
lot 70x126, corner Fifth street and
Third avenue; ouautitios of fruit;
price $5250; one-half cash, balance to
arrange.
Vancouver financial Corporation, Ltd.
Room    4,
Merchants   Bank
Phone  591
Building
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B.C. Mills
Timher and Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln AU Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Paoyal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New V/cstminster Box  13/
"i ui IIHIH ���������E """"���ll I -laaEMn^*******���
At Kirk's Hardware
You can get Hammocks and Re-
Li; orators, Screen Doors and Screen1
Windows, Lawn Mowers and Sprinklers, Srccn Wire Enamelled, Rubber
Hose and Cotton Hose.
Sherwin-Williams  Paints.
"Ladies* Aid" Range.
T.
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W���M
JEWS   WANT  THEIR
RACE   REPRESENTED
New Arrivals in
FLOUR AND FIC1.D MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
HlcMurphy & Craig
Heating and Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial Block
Montreal, May 27.���The Jews of
Montreal, who now number 41,000, intend to take steps Immediately to have
representatives of their own race l\i
the city council, the provincial lotils-
lature and tho federal government.
Rapid concentration of Jews is taking place In tho wards of SL Louis
and St. Lawrence, and it will be in
this section of the city where the agitation for representation is to take
place.
As far ns can be ascertained there
are today about fifteen thousand .Tews
ln St. Louis and eight thousand of the
same race in St. Lawrence and It Is
to bo presumed that by dividing that
number by five the result will give
the number of qualified voters in thoro
sections of the city.
res' Blouses
AND
ildren's Dresses
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The White House
617 Colunbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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The Daily News Slow Progress Made
In Jan Murder Trial!
Published by The Daily -Nvws Publlsfl.
fng Company, Limited, at their oibces,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.   Paige Managing   Director]
(Continued From Page One )
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SATURDAY.  MAY 28,  1910
| when   under  tho  influence  of  liquor.
! He  thought  that   perhaps  Nishizawa
had   been    singing   louder  than  the
' others.
At the conclusion of the testimony j
of this witness it became evident that
CANADA'S FINANCIAL NEEDS.
the case would occupy some time and
ithe sheriff announced that  all jurors
and witnesses not connected with the
If it were necessary to accentuate case  were  relieved  from  further  at- I
the importance of the retention of the  tendance at the court  until the next   j
mother country's good opii'ion of Can- (:
.ada,  an  excellent    reason    for    this
Itaba, the next witness called, prac-;
tically  corroborated  the   evidence   of
would be found in the extensive finan-  the   previous   witness.    He   had   seen
cial   requirements   of   this   Dominion,   Nishimaru  with  a  knife  in  his  hand
Doth at the  present  time and in the  ami   llad   Pllshed   llim   Into   the   next
       . , _ ..    room.    He had hold of his wrist and
future.    The demand made upon Brit- ie one clse took the knjfe aw.)V
lsh capital by Canada is very consider-1    The  witness was a little backward
able. and. fortunately, there has never In remembering some of the exact de-
SATURDAY, MAY
H,
nHyi"irfflrc^:�����w*^
lieen any real hesitation on thp part
ot British  financiers in supplying all
tails and Mr. McLean wished to show
him   the  testimony  be   had  given
the preliminary hearing.   Judge Clem
that has been asked for.    Their faith   ent   objected.    "I   have   done  it   hun
in Canada  and  Canadian  institutions  dreds of times," said Mr. McLean.
i ,  r���   (i,���,. i���.���      Justice Clement���"Of course, it is a
has become deep rooted, for they ha.e  matter fQy ;iut,101.jty   but , U(,nk R ls |
come to recognise that the more the (1���ite an  impr0per practice."
wonderful resources of this continent Mr.  McLean  pressed his point am.
can be developed the more certain wll went  out  of  the  court  room  to  look
'      ,                       ., up authorities, but could find noihing
be the value of Investments therein. thaf woukl s.uisfy U)e judge<   ���u may
As  proof  of  this  faith   we   have  the  iea(]  t0  a miscarriage  to  justice,  my
circumstance that in the first quarter  lord,"  said  Mr.  McLean.
of the present year the amount  bor- i    "Yon may have a reserved case if
,._,..,,       vou   like,  but    I    rule    emphatically
rowed in London for Canadian Indus-  a...(inst   ym].,  annmmced   the justice.
tries  amounted  to slightly  less  than Yasutake.   the   man   who   took   the
fiftv million dollars, which represents knife   away   from   the   prisoner,   saw
an 'increase of two millions over the something red, which he thought was
. blood,   on    the   knife.    His evidence
amount for the corresponding period was Btm being taken when (he court
last year.    This money is  of course adjourned at 5 o'clock, to meet again
very largely required for railway de- this morning at 10:30.
velopment,  and our own province of The ca8e is Progressing very slowly.
_,..,,,,     ...                   * j    ,-��� Every question has to be put by an
British   Columbia   is   represented   in jnterprc,tpr and fre(iuent objec,ionsto
this respect by a goodly sum. leading   questions   are   made   by   the
A specially compiled statement was lawyers on both sides,
recently   printed   by    the    Monetary Tho prisoner, Nishimaru, is a small,
Times " showing    the      approximate wir>' Japanese, rather darker than the
average   specimen    of   his race.    He
amount placed by British investors in takes a keen lnlerest In the proceed-
Canada during the past five years to ings,   but   betrays  no   emotion   what-
be  $005,453,852.    In  regard  to  these ever. even when  a witness makes a
figures that journal remarks that they sta^ementjhat ma^d^e Ms^^
LEES LIf
THREE More Days to take advantage of our May CASH REFUND
The Whitney
famous
GO-CART
Easy and
Comfortable
$5.75 to $35
HOME   COMPLETE"
LIMITED
are  "the   best  possible  reply   to tbe
The  Japs    are
nesses.  They do not seem to be nerv-
complaint sometimes heard that Great ous, but are not at all talkative.   The
Britain is not taking sufficient finan- necessary    information    has    to    be
cial interest in this country.   Our rail- P���* out ot tliem-       ,      ,    .   .,
The jurymen  are quartered  at the
road development has practically been Russell   hotel   under   guard.     If   the
financed from first to last by the Brit- case   does   not   proceed   faster   today
lsh  investor.    Mr.   George  Pais. ,  an than  it did  yesterday  it  is probable
eminent London financial statistician, ^}Jl7 wil'h,afve1 t0 spefnd ,he *Heek
, ,       ,         . under the watchful eye of a guardian
states that British capital has been in- 0f lt)e peace
vested in  Canada to the    extent    of The grand  jury's presentment, which
��300,u00,000.     It   is   practically   im- was  handed    in    yesterday morning,
possible to check this sum, but it is '^1 "? J��,'lows: . ,    ,....,,
" .    .              .   ..                         ... To the Honorable Mr. Justice Clem-
safe to accept the    estimate of    Mr. ent:    May it pleasp your ]ordshiP| we
Paish, who not long since lectured on the members of this grand jury beg
the advantage to borrowing countries J?  make  .hls  Presentment  regarding
, .         ..            n i    mi t,le condition of the public institutions
of importing capital.   The young coun- situated wIth,_ ^ ��     �� ^ $���8
try. he says, requires to do all those minster.                                            n'--.\
things   quickly.    The   rapidity    with We beg to draw to your lordship's
which things move in a young country attention  the  serious  lack  of accom-
EXCLUSIVE SALE
4 1-2 Acres in Burnaby, block 11.   Price way below
market value.   Investigate this.
Fire, Life, Accident and  Marine
INSURANCE
AGENT FOR THE SUN FIRE INSURANCE   OF   LONDON,  ENG.
(Established  171".)
AGENT   FOR   THE   ALLIANCE    INSURANCE   COMPANY OF
PHILADELPHIA
Trapp Block.
Phones:
Columbia  St.
Office, 653;  House. 158. P. O.
New Westminster.
Box 952.
.->. i. .aA..m-*.m.-.rJa;*** imz.vu--r-
is so astonishing to those accustomed
modation   in   the   New   Westminster
court house, all the rooms in the
to the slower progress of the older building being continuously occupied;
countries that it is difficult for the there are no rooms available for the
two kinds of countries to understand use of barristers, grand jurors or wit-
���o���>, ���,Lr... r>r,r���r.r, ii ������ i u nesses. \Ve note that the witnesses
each  othei.    Persons  living  in  older  for tl)p  pro8ecutlon  and  thp deff,ncf.
countries cannot and do not believe Indians, Chinese, Japanese and white
that the growth in the young conn- people, male and female, are crowded
tries Is as rapid as it ls said to be."    , together in the hallways, in the most
T,      ,, ,, .       .       .,     cases standing, the only  other alter-
The  concluding    remarks    in    the  natlve being to 8,t on (he gtalrways
���above excerpt, are, we venture to Provincial Jail���We visited this in-
tliink,  scarcely  correct  in   regard   to  stitution and were shown over it by
the present day attitude towards Can-,^r.d.ean . Hr-VI"nefr' , lt *%* op'ni��"
���,,���     ~.       ....        , ,      . I0f this jury that the building should
ada. Though this spirit of wonder-, be enlarged and made modern; some
ing doubt formerly existed It ls not system should be Installed for ainlock-
anytlung like so pronounced as it was lng ce"s simultaneously; in the event
a few years ago. The reason for this ?f *��">" would be entirely impossible
;���   *u .   r> wi u        .. . *�� gel the inmates out  safely  wider
is that Britishers have made them- the present system. We found the
selves better acquainted with our building scrupulously clean and the
country.     Many   well   known   British ' discipline perfect.
financiers have personally visited Can- \ Publi* J*0?1**] f*r ^ 'n��a"e-W*
. .     ,    r      ..     , | were   met at  this  Institution  by  the
ada during the last year or two and medical superintendent, C. E. Do-
have gained a personal acquaintance j herty, M. D., and shown through the
with the features of this land.    What! premises. We were very much pleased
they have seen has convinced them I with ,tUe co1"11110��� tound. The pro*
..   ,   ., .  ..     _     . ,       ince is to be congratulated in having
that  the   resources  of  the  Dominion j BUCh CHpable me��� as Dr   Doherty imd
are such and the development of these I his  assistants  ln  charge  of  this  iair
is  being  so   admirably   pursued   that' portant. public Institution.
a.he country offers a field  for  invest-1    ,R��y.al Columbian Hoapltal-Thls tn,
, n j    i iv. 1.1 stitution is in very capable hands; tbe
ment almost unequalled at the present ibuil(]ingi ll0wever, is entirely Inade-
day. They have returned home and quate. The Jury finds that owing to
riirected    their    affairs    accordingly,  lack   of    accommodation   undesirable
whilst disseminating their good opin-!cas��^ t0��>�� ln touch with others in a
way that should not exist.   We would
ions   around   them.     Canadian   credit
also recommend that children should
stands high in all the financial mar- be separated from adult patlenta.
Jftsts of the world, but In none of these i    We were sorry to have an enuresis  there   greater  faith   in  her  future, sion from your lordship to the effect
.,       .     ..   .    . i������,i������     Tf t��� ���._,,.._,  that   the   recommendations   of   grand
.ban in that of London,   it is worth, .    . ...   .      ,  .,  . ��,
* juries   usually   found  their   way   to a
while doing all we can to preserve this | pigeonhole.    We   would   humbly   beg
high estimate of Canadian  securities  that your lordship will  use his intlu-
among  our  British  cousins.
WM CLEARINGS SHOW
EFFECT OF THE HOLIDAY
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 18 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
2 nice lots 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
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
lew   York.    May   27.-
kekly hunk clearings:
-Bradstreet's
.ntreal    $28,120,000
innipeg    12,666,000
Dec. Inc.
1.9     ���
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ence  to  keep  this  presentment  from
meeting a  like  fate.
In conclusion, we, the members of
this grand jury, desire to record with
deep sorrow our sense of the great
loss which we have sustained by the
death of our beloved sovereign lord,
King Edward, and whilst humbly expressing our sympathy with His Majesty King George, Queen Mary, the
Queen Mother and all the members
of the royal family, to assure His
Majesty of our loyal devotion to his
crown and person.
Your obedient servants,
JOHN   K. ALLEN, Koreman.
TOUR WITH DOG TEAM.
itawa   . ..
CHlgary  . ..
I. aiiiilion   . .
Ktorla  ��� ��� ���
ijdmonton
[ronto  ...
Incouver
notice   . ..
fcllfax   . ..
it John, N.
pbniVn   ���    ���
na
2,767,000
2,590,006
1,698,000
1,703,000
044,000
21,322,000
(1,772,000
1,933,000
2,130 000
1,469,000
978,000
D87,Oi)ii
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San Jose, Cal., May 27.���WillUm
Brown, who started from Newfoundland December 25, 1000, with a team
of four dogs on a trip around the
world for a purse of $10,000, reached
this city at noon yesterday on the
last leg of his trip. He has travetled
25,000 miles, is ahead of time and has
three of the four dogs with which he
started.
BIG EXPORTS FROM
PORT OF NEW YORK
6.6
New   York,    May    27.���Exports   of
12.C>   merchandise and dry goods from the
��� port of Now York for the week end-
42.8   lug  May  21   were valued at $13,387,-
��� 005. Exports and imports of specie
35.8' for the week ending today were: Im-
34.5'ports,   Bilver,   $14,708;   gold,   $43,618; ''By  Order:
7.7   exports,   silver,   $99,950;   gold,   $101,
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
All vehicles while waiting on Columbia street must stand lengthways
with the street, and not back up
against the sidewalk, so that there
may be sufficient room for vehicles
and especially the fire teams to pass
along the street with safely to the
public. '   '   *i
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City  Clerk,
"CET THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
TODAY
China Cup, Saucer and
Plate, 35c a Set
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and st,! for the same.
THE
THC
LIMITED
$6.75
An excellent   chance to secure a Bmart, dr<
figure.   We cleared fifty of thes? from a readj I
who had a Btrike In the factory and  was unable
*��� saj
���namifacJ
"i M
made to match the skirts, so t hoy  had  to be clean j :,   ,���'i"c1
all thrown on sale, together with odd lines from om  reeul
Every color and size is here. In a wide variety ol
prices   range   to  $14.00;   on  sale   for	
'���-���:-.
Bathing Suits at $3.25
In  navy,  lustre and  serge:   smartly   finished    ��� \gU
effective styles;  all sizes.    Better secure yours now    Bai ml
is almost  here.    Each	
Silk Swiss Vests Half Price
You'll  miss a snap If yon  fail to secure some      the*    "    i
spun  silk, summer  weight, ribbed,   In   ladies'  bIzi    onlj
values to  $1.60,  for, each	
More New Neckwear
We aro after more of the neckwear  business    i ill ^i
our   large   and   exceedingly   pretty  arrivals iu  tin- "     I������ :j|
erately  priced.    Jabots, cull,us  sets, etc, from, i
Specials in Table Linens
$5 Damask Sets for $2.75
consisting of cloth two by three yards,   and    01
22x22, in  mercerized damask; goods that will launder satli
Regular $5.00, for, per set	
$1.75 and $2.00 Table Cloths
for $1.50
White mercerized damask and all-linen table cloths, In rs*
floral designs, bordered all round; sizes about two .ardi **\
Increased ln  value to purchase now. but take all you require..
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Must Be Sold At Once
Seven Roomed Modem House. Full sized lot jjj
splendid front, between Sixth and Seventh :iven��l
near Fourth street. Price $3500, terms $1000csst|
balance 1-2-3-4 years.
P. PEEBLES
Phone   307.
620 Columbia    St.
New We8tmi'19��r
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SONS  OF   ENGLAND.
800.
City Hall, May 27, 1910.
A'l sons of England and friends ar��
Invited to attend the annual chijrch
parade in Vancouver on Sundr.y at 2
p.  m.    A  free car will  be   provided.
I The WESSB.T0N DIAMOND!
��� We carry in slock un assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSEL
I       Prices  In  Kings $40  to $400. .J
��� These goods aro the  BEST procurable In Canada, and H ;1
J    ure to show same.
X HOWARD AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
j Chamberlin's J%*
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Ryall Foot Powder|
25c per box.   Try It.
Ryall's DrugStotf\
EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS.
\******************************************** ��� TURDAY,  MAY 28, 1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
page nvts.
SPORTING NEWS
tin match is
EVEN MONEY CHANCE
alnion  Bellies Will   Have
Exciting Time in Vancou-
;er
Game This Afternoon
fetal
1
..i,.r of changes ln the lineup
, '.      .', estminster team will be no-
hen the boys in red and blue
from underneath tbe grand-
Uecreatioii Park this otter-
commence   battle   with Con
irrlors in what promises to
of   the   best   lacrosse   games
that pie'ee of ground for many
Long Hill Turnbull will be a
absentee.   Bill hurt his ankle
Tuesday's game and is iu no
play.   Tom  Rennle will be
,   nf  his   broken  shoulder
,. two drops will mean the
,.>it   of   the    Beld,   but,   as
. ase  at  the  last   match, no
lineup will be obtainable un-
- are ready to step out on
it   is   practically   assured
enay will play centre. The
,   fellow  is feeling in bet
w and should give a good
imself.
Gilford will  be taken along
���.nun.
va !��� ive bore on the 1 o'clock
put up at the Manitoba
���Dl
,  | ,\ ing is given as the best
,   lineup   of   the   teams  ob-
ifi    .
,;    iver Westminster
Goal
bbons ill 11) Gray
Point
:.   i 2) l2)  Galbralth
Coverpolnt
! (3) (3) T. Gifford
First Defence
m  i-l i il)  Marshall
Second Detence
ing t5) (6) J. Giffoid
Third Defence
(6) (6) Feeney
Centre
11      ey (7) (7) G. Rennie
Third Home
fi    Matheson.(8) (8)   Wintemute
Second  Home
"     ray iti) (9) C. Spring
First   Home
.  en (10) (10) L, Turnbull
Outside  Home
llennessy (11) (11) G. Spring
Inside Home
Adamson (12) (12) Latham
Referee���W. Ditchburn, Victoria.
STANLEY KETCHEL BEATS
WILL LEWIS IN TWO ROUNDS
Middleweight   Cnampion   Had    It
Over   Lighter  Opponent���Three
Thousand Witnessed Fight.
New York, May 1:7.���Stanley Ketch-
ell, of Michigan, the middleweight
champion, .nocked out Willie Lewi-,
of this city, in the second round of a
scheduled ton-round bout at tbe National Sporting club tonight. Lewis,
who was the Parisian idol some
months ago. is a welterweight, and
was fully ten pounds lighter than
Ketchel, who weighed this afternoon
at IDs pounds, according to agreement.
Tom O'Rourko, manager of the club,
acted as refeiee. The crowd numbered about :'.,ooo. ..
In the semi-final bout Jim Smith,
a span ing partner of Lewis, stopped
in Rve rounds Cl-uck Charlton, a negro
middleweight who claims the championship ot the American navy, it
was a clever bout und both men were
badly beaten up. Charlton's seconds
threw up the sponge during the early
part of the fifth to save their man
from a knockout.
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They mabe (Sood bncanse they're
made ^ood��� wilh seventeen years'
practical paiat-makini mixed into
them. They cover more, wear better indoors cr out, aad last loader.
Measure the cost of paint ri^t���hy tbe time it will last and
really be paint���and you will iind your money's Cull worth ia.
Pure
Paints
Madeiniorty colors for every cie paint is put to")
���and made to satisfy.
'" Maple Leaf Paints are sold trader a plain English GUAR'
ANTEE and only by people who cannot
afford   to sell   poor   paints.
V
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mreuu vaixisb & qiob
,��, Limitti, cl Toronto
ca.
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ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New Westminster and District.
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Here Are A Few Snaps
BALMORALS   VS.   ALERTS.
on   Regina   street,   between   First
cash; balance in 6 and 12 months
at
Baseball   Will    Be   the   Attraction
Queens   Park This Afternoon.
The    Balmorals   wlll    try a Little
southpaw  shooting in their  schedule
i match with the Alerts at Queens l'ark
this afternoon, R S. Smith, the business end of the Balmorals'  battery,
! being one of the beltiest Bldewheelera
crunching   grass  on  Ore  diamond  in
| this i>ecllo'-the-woods. lf the Bat
morals   do   no*   win  this   afternoon's
I game it. will be the fault of the
Alerts.
|     Here is the  field:
Balmorals���Smith, p;, Munn, c; Sinclair, lb; Ryall, 2b; Wright, ss: Stein,
3b;   Smith,  rf.   Can field, cf;   Doildal,
llf.
Alerts���To be selected from Sayce,
I Jamicson. Hrown, Poiipore, Peele,
McPhall, Daniels   Reilly, Glass, Wick-
! wire, Vuill, Fitzgerald, Wilkie, Mathers, Sbarpe and Sabourin.
' The umpire has not yet been captured.
5  acres  cleared  and
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���AND���
Ocean Park
Visit these coming summer resorts
on Dominion Day, July 1. Trains
S:50 and 11 a. m.; reluming, arrive
at Xew Westminster at 4:20, 6:26 and
9:30 p. m.
A delightful day at the SEASIDE.
Lots for sale at prices ranging from
$250 up.
White, Shiles
& Company
628   AND   746   COLUMBIA   STREET
PHONE 85        NEW WESTMINSTER
We have for exclusive sale, ot
and Second streets, only $050; Va
at 7 per cent.
SURREY
$2,200 for 10 acres, house and barn;   about
under cultivation.
Also 5-acre block in Section 16, Hlock 5, North Range 2 West at
$1,100 per acre. Terms V4 cash; balance in 0, 12 and IS months
at 7 per cent.
See us for Columbia and Front street properties. We have some
good ones.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'
BRITISH   PIGEON   DERBY.
MARKET
REPORT
BASEBALL
Americai
League.
\
N'ew   York���
1.
National
Chicago
League.
0 .
N
I'W
Brooklyn���
R.
H.
E.
Vork	
..8
9
1
1:
Ml     	
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7
4
A'
1.
Pittsburg���Boston  6;
Pitt
sburg
No     startling     change     ln     price s
Nantes Race to be Contested In July   marked   the   regular   weekly   market
���Needs   Much   Preparation. | yesterday.    In fact, there were fewei
London, May 27.���Pigeon fanciers In changes in piiees than there has been
England are now keenly anticipating f,���- some months. The supply of most
what they look upon as their Derby��� 0f ji,e commodities was good, but the
the Nantes race, to bo contested In demand was exceptional and almosi
July. The distance is about four bun- everything brought to the market With
dred and thirty miles and it Is expect- ,|ie exception of potatoes was disposed
ed that some eight thousand birds will 0j at satisfactory prices,
compete. |    Potatoes were  brought   in  in  large
The "Pigeon Derby" ls a costly of- quantities, but in spite of this and ibe
fair. Two special trains will be re- fact that few of them were disposed
eiuired to convey the birds from the 0f (he price did not vary from that
various clubs in England to Soutbamp- 0f hist week. $12 to $14 a ton.
ton whence they will be carried by j There was a fair supply of beef,
special s'earner to St. Malo, thence to which wns all disposed or early ln the
Nantes. Tbe birds will be secretly ^ay. Lamb, mutton and veal were
marked on Saturday, July 2. at the ais'0 weu represented, but the demand
different clubs and federations. Then  waB equally good and all was sold.
di
Eastern   League
Providence���Newark
8  i ten Innings)
Montreal
postponed; rain
Coast League.
V  Vernon���                         R. H. E.
0    and    5 10 l
Ve : n  1   6 2
ui Francisco���              It. H. E.
'���      \ngeles 3   f> 4
B        Miielsco 11   7 5
���\��  Portland���                       R. H. E.
8ai rai ento   0   3 3
Portl ml   3   8
they will be entrained. The "tossing"
or liberation of the birds will be on
the following Wednesday.
There are no prizes ln the ordinary
acceptation of the term. The men
make their own ln the shape of pools.
Tbo first prize amounts to only $050,
the men going In for the thing for
tlie pure love of the sport. It is
though that the total value of the
pigeons competing in this big race
will amount to nearly $100,000. Some
Toronto-Montreal'0' the blrds cannot ,1p ho,1Kht for lo98
" " 'll  than $100.    Long hefore the raco the
birds are specially selected from tbo
best lofts.    They
liko race horses.
10;   Provl-
Van.
Northwestern
"Title���
League.
���r
les���Jem n  and  Lewis;
ndrix and Custer.
'"ina��� R.
Sch
��� riea ��� Helm     and
uttz and Byrnes.
Want Games With Winnipeg.
The sporting editor of ;he Winnipeg
Free Press ls In receipt of n letter
from tho secretary of the Mohawk lacrosse club of St. Paul asking If lt is
possible to arrange games with Winnipeg teams In the saintly city this
0 summer. According to the letter Canada's national game will boom ln St.
Paul this year and the Mohawks expect to have a pretty fast twelve, good
R. 11. B.| enough to take thc measure of a
��� ������! " 2 Winnipeg team. It would, however,
'������ 1 be necessary for the clubs to oh
Sea- tain tbe sanction of the M.A.A.A. before such games could be arranged,
as a OOUple of years ago Regina was
..3 7 1 not allowed to play with St. Paul for
.1 7 2 the International championship on ae-
Ostdolk; count of alleged professionalism ln the
St.  Paul team.
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FOUR ROOM
HOUSE
FURNISHED   FOR
Pork was rather short on supply.
Of fowl there was a good supply
and an equally good demand.
Chickens were also there in fair
uuantltles and a good supply of broilers were all sold nt prices varying
according to the size of tbe birds.
There was a fair offering aud good
demand for ducks.
An exceptionally good auction sale
of farm animals was held in the
course of the morning, many fino
horses being sold nt good prices.
Several kinds of fish, including halibut and salmon, were offered tor sale
have to be picked i (ltui received a fair amount of atten-
Ition from tho buyers.
Cauliflower, cabbage, tomatoes and
celery plants were offered for sale
and found favor with early purchasers.
j Official Quotations.
Heef, blndiiuarters, per lb. ��� .11 to 12c,
Beef, forequarters, per lb 9 to 10c
Lamb,   per  lb 18c
M utton. per lb 16c
Veal, large   10c
Veal, medium 11%0 to 12c
Pork, medium, per lb 13c to 14c
Biggs, wholesale, per doz 30c
Eggs,  retail, per  doz 35c
Rutter,  wholesale,  per  Ih 30c
Putter,  retail, per  lb 35c
Fowl, per do/.., live $10 to $12
Chickens, per doz., live ....$8 to lo
Geese, cadi  $t-&ft
Potatoes,  per  ton,
Onions,  per  sack
l Turnips, per sack
Carrots, per sack
Peets, per sack  . .
.$i:
to   14
.$150
. . 50c
,.75c
.,75c
$100
3enny & G
HOMEXURNISHER
sixth st.        S
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43-45
New  Westminster,  E. C.
Parsnips, per sack  75c
Foresees Hot Argument.
There promises to be a hot argu
ment at the coast this year for the
honor of holding tbe Minto cup. and
the games between the old lacrosse
rivals, Vancouver and Westminster,
should be even more interesting than
the battle for the world's championship
between Montreal nnd the Salmon n<l
lies at the roast t'lty in July, says the
Winnipeg Free Press. The Vancouver all-star team, which has been collected from all over Cnnadn by Con
Jones, in an effort to beat the present
holders of the coveted cup, showed
what can be expected of It this summer, when they trimmed the champions flve goals to two In Vancouver
In an exhibition game.
Royal
Standard
Flour
IS THE BEST
$1.75 per sack
We  have   just
received   a car
of this flour.
Try a sack, We
guarantee every
sack to please
or money refunded.
We are  selling
lots of this flour
and it is giving
satisfaction
I
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
8apperton Phone 373
English Cricket.
London, Mny 27.���In a cricket match
today Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by
an Inning and 112 runs. Somersetshire was beaten by Lancashire b"y an
Inning and 213 runs.
���Ml<l1JgU..l-,XM '���"!���"^Ji
BENCH  IN BLEACHERS
FOR RED HOT ENTHUSIASTS
When the next lacrosse game is
played here arrangements will be
made which ought to serve to keep
the officials and enthusiastic supporters of the club off the field. A bench
will be provided in the bleachers
right next to the club house and the
bunch of officials  and  friends which
,���   ���   . crowded on the field at the last game
New Director for H. B. Company. . .   .  ., ~ ^m-,
London, May 27.���It ls now stated nnd Prevented the press from seeing
that the new director of the Hudson's tlle interesting row between Doughey j
Hay  company  will   be a member  of Spring and Howard will be provided '
the firm of Lazard Freres. with accomodation there.
Contractors and
House Builders
li
ine
vv e have a full
Builders  Hardware in
of
tke
tke   Best
City.
Before Building See Us, as we
money.     Also Complete
Stock
believe   -we   can   save
o{   PAINTS   an
you
OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Tlmberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough,   Dressed   and   Kiln
mension Timber and Shingles,  Cedar  Poles and  Piling
tity.
Dried,   Dl
n  any quan-
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
New Westminster to New Westminster
.:._.: Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Drnckitian-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. daily except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
INSURANCE
FIRE-ACCIDENT-LIFE
Employer's Liability,   Marine, Automobile
Live Stock
PUT that POLICY on TODAY
TOMORROW may be TOO LATE
I devote my time solely to Insurance
my  careful  and  prompt  attention.
and so can give every risk
My  rates  are  the  best obtainable and I write for only reliable
Canadian and English  companies.
Call and see me and 1
particulars.
will be glad to give you Information and
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
Phone 62.    "The Insurance Man" I 657 Columbia
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>fMm TAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  May
* 1913
Society
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
****** '      Rfl ,/i|s number  it and  16, Hlock
New Westminster Buburbs.
' whereas proof of the loss of certi-
iu   Qcate of Title Number 6G92 A, issued
i��� the name of Eustace UvauleyJenns
has been filed In this office.
T   i>   Pearson   Royal avenue,     Notice is hereby given thai     shall.
1     ' .;���','.,  :1,   the expiration of one  month Iron.
the date of the t'nst publication hereof,
Mr Hugh E Springer, of Vancouver,  in a daily newspaper published In the
paid the city a short vUll on Monday.  City of New Westminster Issue a dup.
''"" "      ,    ���    ��� llcate of the said certificate, unless In
Mrs   (1   W.  Boggs and  Mrs. Arthur  the meantime valid objection he made
lii'il visited Mrs. Albert Hill on Mon- to me iu writing,
day. I
Mr. .1. C. Shields, of Bavanas, was
the city during the week.
C.  S.   KEITH
District Registrar "f Titles.
1 is  Disappearing Rapidly
Prices
tiaj
Slaughter
Mrs.   Charles   11.   Watson, of   Mats-  Land   Registry Office   New   Westmln-
ui. is visiting friends in Now West- ster, B.C., May 12, 1910.
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minster.
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Mr. A. ,T. Cambie was the guest of
Mr. ami Mrs. David Cambie on Tuesday
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
���Hours for  Irrigation���
5-^1 ���llltri''^'"-'^?!   .���"���-^"imrrrr. *Tb-*.-**���x~,-j-*.-.r
AZs��xsK2imE2sZ. saEaaaB���a���
�� THE GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
IS IN FULL SWING =====
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People Are Simply tazed At The Prices!!!
t_____jrus*AXsrxsfsimrs__s^^ T-twgasg,?aagaagH8r^��5ggiu EsasKKaan^as
W'i
| The Eastern Sales Company have bought
up the whole stock and must clear out
in a few days time
Bargains in Ladies' Shoes, Bargains in
Gent's Shoes, Bargains all along the line
*   *   * The hours during wliich water may
Mr, ll. A. Md.''an. deputy attorney-,be used for Irrigation In the city have
general, of Victoria, arrived In town  been extended to from 6:30 p. m. un-
on  Tuesday. til 8:30 p. m. until further notice.
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Mr. .lohn K. Hrown. of Revelstoke,
is visiting Ids parents, Warden and
Mrs. .1. (.'.  Brown,
By order
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk-
City  Hall,  May   18,  L910.
Dinnerware      |
Fancy China
Toiletware
Five Crates Just
Opened and Placed
in Stock
A T
KEY'S
G65���Columbia  Street���665
.        New Westminster, B.C.
Mr. .1. Dillon Curtis came over from
Victoria to spent the holiday with
frl< nds in the i Ity.
NOTICE
Bank of Montreal
v  notified  il ai ' BSTABL1   HI
The public in hen
*   *   * n( [ther the master nor ov. ner of tho
Mil i  Gertrude   Eastman   spent   the four-masted barque Marlcchen will be  r.PITAI
week  end   with   Mrs.  Ceo:;:.'  Curtis, responsible for any debts contracted  ^|'lftL
at  North Vancouver. i,v any member of the crew. ''"'
��   *   ' ,\. N. TORNQVIST, Ma ter
Mr. Walter Brown, of Seattle, was	
the guesl of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. liar- ���
vev, at The Glen for the week end.
Q_C \��? >\
Mrs. ll. A. Eastman has issued invitations for a tea to ho given on
Tuesday afternoon, May the thirty-
first.
'-O.O304I
Branches thn
N'cu foundland,  an i   hi   i.
land, New Voi k, > !h
U.S.A.,  and   M ��� ���  ���  ,   I
banking    business    Ira
tei soi Credll las ied
coi i espondenl a In    all    |
woi Id.
Tenders  addressed  to  the    undersigned at Ottawa In b . h d envi I \ ���
and marked on the ( nveloi es "Tender
Miss   Belyea  and   Miss  Eva   West   tor gasoline launch for the Quarantine
were guests at a luncheon given by  Service     will  be received  up to the ,  ln ,;M:     ,.;
Miss Olive  McLennan  i.  Vancouver   lst   June  ''"'  fhe  construction  of  a  and Interest allowed  il
nn  \i������,i,v gasoline launch   for  tin-    Quarantii
Ul I     -' 1 t'lltlil \ . ... I. i.''ii��
��    .    . Soi vice al  Pi Ince Rupert, Bi ltish < o
Mr.  and   Mrs.  George D.  Brymner lumbia,  of  the  foil wing   leading  dl-
spent   the vol; end  In  Victoria, the mansions, Klz:���
guests of their daughter, Mis. Farqu-      Lmtfh over a11   ','" [" '
bar Macrae. Beam extreme    ll feet.
a   a   * Depth amidships, moulded, E feet.
His  Honor Judge  Mclnnes  was an '"  be  delivered  al   Victoria,   in    the
Savings Bank Dopa
annum   i pi i sent   i .��� i
Ti tal  Assets  over  ������
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
C.  1).  BRYMNK
cmsszz
Look Out for the FREE OFFERS  of next week
e eastern ^aies company
622 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Interested spectator at the Westmins-
Province of British Coluinhia.
ter-Vancouver lacrosse game on Tuesday afternon.
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Specifications  of  this   launch   n aj
he proem i d   upon  applical lon  to the
*    .    . Department of Agriculture, OU iwa, or
Mr   and Mrs   C. B. McAllister and l" the Buperlntendenl ol  Quarantines
son, Alexander, are here from Renfri w a1 William Head. British Columbia, up
and have taken a house at Edmonds t0 ""' "'"' y]'-'-'- v-'u'-
for the summer. The c��utracl to Include In
.    *    �� of engine, the property ol the Depart-
Mr. Charles I. Vincent, of Victoria, ment, now al  Victoria,  B.C.
arrived  in   tho  citv  on   Monday  and      Encil   ,,n'1''1' musl   be accompanl d
was the guesl of Mr. Edwin H. John- by a" accepted chi iue equal  to ten
ston. Amies street. l'1'1  cenl of the whole amounl ol the
*    ���    ��� tender, which cheque "ill b<   forfeited
Mrs.  li.   Wallor    entertained    the K the Individual or company sending 11
members of the Educational club on declines to enter Into a contracl with
Wednesday afternoon.    An attractive ""' Departmenl  or falls to complete
time was spent by the ladies. tlH' launch.
a   a   a The Departmi nl  does  not  bind  It-
Mrs, s. Malnewarlng Johnson, who Jjf to accePl ,!''' love�� or a">  ""-
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. ,1. (   !: ��� ,, .
S.  Clute.   Sixth   avenue,   returned   to ,  'll^Tl '"V'1"" :" '"T"
her home In  Vancouver on  Wednes- mo"  " "!"n   a^rlty from the De-  Enquire lit
... partmenl will nol be paid. '
... A. L. JARVIS,
The Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M. A , Assistant Deputj  Mini ��� i
Ph.   I).,  delivered   an  address  before _.. M    B*c���t*r'  ";   Agriculture
the University club on Monday even- 0ttawa' May "��� l91��-
ing.     Dr.   Taylor's   subject   was,   "The ���
Evolution   of  a.  Modern   University."
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
Manufactured by
J. HEM LEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B   C.
'elephone  13. Office, Elghl   .
IO 1-2 Acres ci Tlmberlaoi
Fronting Yale r . I, }< 500
cash,   balance  to :.:. .;������
S. O. PAULSEN
TimberlandP.O,
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
A telegram to relatives in town has
announced   the  arrival   In   Naples  of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Collister and son,
Egg ! Douglas. Miss Edith Johnston, and Mr.
1$ J Alfred .lohnston.    Tho party spent  the
JI twenty-fourth of May at Gibraltar.
���   ���    ��� pain's wharf, New Westminster, wltl
���->!     Mrs.  J.  C.  Maxwell   Scott,  of  Ah-  passengers and frelghl  aa follows:
bottsford, Scotland, great-great-grand-      Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
daughter of Sir  Waller Scott,  is ex-  Thursday and Saturday al 8 a. in.
pected to arrive shortly on a visit to      Leaves  Chilliwack   Wednesday.  Fri
5j British Columbia.    Mrs. Scott  is well  d;iy and Sunday al V a. m.
K. known as the writer or several inter-   First Class Passenger Accommodation
estlng    religious    and      biographical   ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
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Leaves  ii'.'.cki.u.ii-K.T  Mil,in.   ~r  J  WOOD    WORK,   AND {
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jg4  est ing    religious
23 , works.
[some   an<
Summer 1910 line comes forth in tne most beautiful
patterns ana colors,   with   the   extensive   choice   or
At a meeting of the Local W. C. T.
U. held on Monday afternoon plans for
I the reception of the delegates to the
British Columhla convention were d:s
cussed. The convention will meet In
New Westminster on June 21, 22, and
23, and ahout one hundred delegates
are expected to attend.
NOTICE !
��� REPAIRING or all;
KINDS
figures and stripes.   The material is the same lasting
Until further notice this
bank will be open
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Miss Rowan made a very delightful      SATURDAY EVENINGS
hostess al the tea hour on We >��������� s lay II
��� who,, she entertained in i.onn;- ���> from seven to nine o'clock '
Mrs. T. Dou. las Sheilf.    Th* rooms Ui'
were    beautifully      decorated    with 	
- Done At
a
a
) Benson & McMenemy |
At   Dick   Ccnson's   Old   Stand
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9     Ml    lock    ticnson s    uiu    ^..,--.   4
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8th St., Next to Fashion Livery. 4
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quality, found in all  STAR BRAND SHIRTS
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HIGHEST QUALITY AT
A SENSIBLE PRICE
anr
Koyai Bank cf Canada
New Westminster.
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Our summer styles are now ready and waiting f
your inspection. New and attractive designs in all
the latest weaves, from the best looms m the world,
on hand.
&A\*mH*4 ^"X. IA   ��2 W^v    ���.    __ yw TT
COMPANY
" The Store of Satisfaction, "
601 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
Bpring ('lowers and the tea table was
bright with red carnations. During
the afternoon Mrs. Sheriff favored the
guests with musical selections, Which
were greatly appreciated.
. . - F. Shute, Mgr.
The annual meeting of the Women's ���.^. ___��-_��___��_____,__���____
Auxiliary of the Diocese of Xew West- """ ==
minster   was   held   in   Vaucouver  on    I    >ip j.rn/> ���* n    o     nf\*.m
Thursday and  Friday.    The  business  J.   KhV/SCMi   &   SONS
session was opened hy ihe president,
M Mrs.  C.  C.  Owen.    The out-of-town       Painters, Faperhangeri
' delegates included the following from ' B
New  Westminster:   Canon ami  Mrs.' and Decorators.
d'Easum,  Mis.  h.    Dickinson,    Mrs. I
Shann,   Mrs.   Sidney   Fletcher,    Mrs. 	
B. Cantell, Mrs. Taylor and Miss
Mead, and Mrs. J, J. Jones.
Ready
"'{
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
B. C.
EGGS2
jreen Cut Bone to Mak<
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Centra! Meat Market
On Tuesday, May 24, a large num-
i ber of Vancouver people were in New
i Westminster, among whom were Mr.
and Mrs. A. .1. Kappole, Mrs. Haynes,'_,r w ,,,,���,.���rM,.,���TL.,,
Mr.  E. A. Jukes,  Mr. and  Mrs. T. A. i WESTMINSTER
Munro, Mr. K. Jukes Marshall, Mr. r. [ ��� ,   , .   ,
11). Maeliean. Mr. Carlyle, Mr. and Mrs. j
ill. R Hunting, Mr. Clarence Marpole]
Mr. Elmer Jones, Mr. and Mrs. George I
j R. Trorey, Miss Trorey, Dr. nnd Mrs. 1
| Baiter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Qibb, Mr. !      Green Cut Bono to Ma Iff
and Mrs. D. R. Ladd and Mr. J. Crawe. '
*    *    *
Miss Bina M. West, supreme record,
keeper of the Ladles of the Mae.-,-
bees, was in llie city on Monday. She
gave  u  most  Interesting  address  on
/'Scientific   Insurance   and    Adpuna-el BOWELL & ODDY
Hales." or "Hard  Facts Mado At tret-   Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue.
Ive,"   at   nn   at   home   given   by   thel PHONE 370.
local  lllve.    Miss West, is a  e.��� i  ,,.-.,. |
clous nnd cultured woman and all who ������ ,    ~
had the ideas-no of tnfetlng her camel IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
away with the most, delightful lmpres-l ���IN���
sion of her tact and charm. THE        DAILY NEWsl
A   GOOD     FRIEND
J
ALWAYS
If you deposit   your  money
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it wiil bo safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need ''���
and it will bo
AllTheTime
earning for you three per
Interest. Small or large
may be deposited at any
sums
time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   and   ,!
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.$4,000,000
.  4,750,000
3!
.onto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   c-
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr. SATURDAY,  MAY 26,  1910
LAND REGISTRY ACT,
Y | . notice that an application has
^ le  to  register  Duncan  Bell
-,. owner In tee simple, under
le  [Lot d  from  i:.  A.  Wihnot,
of dykfBj to  Duncan   Bell
the  13th  day  of
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
I
tin
tor
WATER NOTICE.
LAND  ACT.
Notice is hereby given that an application Wlll ho made under I'..it V.
of the "Wilier Ad. 1909," io obtain a
New   Westminster   Lnnd   District
e  notic:  thai   Ja   e    Buteman,
ef Vani       ���   , B. C, occup iti in  ston
in the Westminster Dl vision ol   cutter, intern    to app y for permission
^J%07   of all and singular|
���,,..'     ;.,,',���. ���,���,  of land Smith, resldin
:u ^^Ss situate, lying and being
';'....,,.,_ 0{ New  Westminster,
i ' ���'  '   i-'uii'lv know" and describ-
ion   I l!" .,,.,, .���,,,; 0f the southeast
!.)aof Section   18,  Township  3,
���  we8l of Gth Meridian.
���ml tlao8e claiming through or
y��" ""    and  ���'ll   '"',s""s clalmlng
said hin'd by virtue
lieel.:;  ���   ...   --^^^���^
New Wi stminster District
(a) The name, address and i	
Hon of the applicant:    Frederick W.
bi    the  following  di bci lb d
io  puich	
( oi     em Ing at  a  post p
CALUMNIOUS REPORT
ABOUT KING GEORGE
nted at
    at South We I aim       j thi -        poinl of a small island
p o address New Westminster, B. C, lying     out 10 i north of Nelson
dairyman. ' ' ll" '    "'''"'|;    northerly,    wi       I
ill) The name of the lake, stream or Boutherlj   nnd    easterly,    along   the
���-oiiice (If unnamed, the   description Bhore to the plat i of commencement;
i,-,'-  'in  annamed spring,   Bltuate on containing 6 acres more 6r less.
Subdivision 12 of Block 2, Section 30, JAMES BATEMAN
mock b   voil.  Range 2, west, Ni ��\ Applicant
WestminBte- Di.t..ct. JOHN F. BAGGS
Statements That He is a
Confirmed Drunkard Are
\Yithuut Foundation.
IRLB'SBREATH? lia��PEaD��HTOII|00S
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V
tiler y��u
i],���i';,tl':ed"i.ist,-u,.,.;nt,   and
��� ����>���*   el,.->iu:  any  interest In
.���.   |,y   df-FiOnt,   Whose   title
******]      ,   ,,,.,| ��� , ..er the provisions
:   ,,, Registry Act," are requir-
,':, ,| to- ������ ,i  a of the tax pur-
..   I, within forty ilva days from the
lias" *n"   BMl   pu-,! cation  of  this
;,.t.[ in defaull  '>r a
ot   .-.s  penden
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tl
tm
In
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0.
ihe ^^
tlce upon yju
���ve:"ri, i wltbln biic'i jarlod, -
" . ,.,.i-T.ptloti r.ffora r< nostra-
" ,,i eeh tf you w!H be tor-
.,..,. , ei im tl from
... , in|���, to i    In ip spi cl ol
tc) Tho point of diversion: About
the centre of said Suddivision 12
(owned by J. E, Murphy).
id) The quantity of water applh d
r���r (in cubic ft et per Becond): One-
BlxUeth (1-60).
(e) The character of the prop   i I
works:   A pri 'ate watei ��� orks system
t
S
April 20, lino.
.\-.f nt.
WATER NOTICE.
i. ind i     May 27.���Klni   Geo -. ��� has
i on i he throni  fo   two wi eks
and ll   Is aboul   titni   I    i truth   wa
 JBpokeii   with   emphasis   hi   oulc.-   iliai
  '��� -.-   .... ol lying calumnious stul meats
Notice is harob;    ! ven that an appli-  . ..,.   him  Bhould  be dispelled once
cation w"l he made under Pari  v. of  for ;,n, w,jl( s w. T. Stead,
the "Water Act, I90i).   to obtain a li-      p
cena ��� in the South Westminsti r Divi-  Whl
���:-
1
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md,
i ii
n n i
!   I   Bhn ���    n   I
Hall  as owner  thereof
'.���id I hei ������! y o ��� I ���   th ii   pi b
Ul    .   n   :   I    till
pi;''I  I'l 'dishi d iii Ne ,v j^^^^^^ 	
r wn le iii'ui and sufflc   '  i  I  li d ., of June, 1910, al 2:30 p.m.
i    ������ .: ill   Give the i and aodrei ses
���ie I . n i  Regl try Office, of any riparian proprietors or licensees
In-tt''i*. '' <��� 'nee o' British   who oi   whode laiidt* aro likely to be
Oth Cay of April,  A. affected by tho proposed worl i, elthei
|ubo'. o or below the oui lei: None.
f. w. SMITH.
Box E 16, New Westminster, B, C
,.   S. KEITH,
1 1st:;"'   Iti ������   trai
ment L    i   !   Sav
enhi Imer   Bro  .   Ltd
Lelshman; J. v.*. 11��� w
[who know him well that it is nearly
two 5'���..; > since he touched a drop of
which   the  alcohol.    About  thai  I can say  noth-
DwelllngB, jDg   A11 thai l know is thai those who
Iknow him in si are the most indignant
Tank   at
tank  in  dwellings.
i;.i    The  purposes  foi
wati i   is  to    be    ui e I
dail'.vill1-'    alld    Stock. ^^^^m.nt>\*   mm   mni. iim   ine ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ii,')    Thia notice waa posted on the  .,, the persistent circulation of stories
30th day of April, 1910, and applica-|as Ul _B fondness tor strong drink,
Equally false are the stories that
have bei n circulated aboul  the mar-
tion wlll be made to the coi tmlssloner
on the 31sl day of May, 1910.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
! DAILY NEW
= |    Hi    Give the names and addresses  n,., Iil(, ,',",��� ,,',',. blng"and queenVTheir
of any riparian proprietors or licens
ees who or whoso landa ai e liki Ij
to be alio.'led hy the proposed works
either  above or  below    the    outlet:
None.
J. E. MURPHY,
New Westminster
April   30, 1910.
I    tne is simply ideul fiom the domi s
tic pi 'ni  of view.   They are both de-
voto 1 to their children, are never so
ippy as when they can shut all the
world oul of doors and can devote
themselves to each other and to their
children. But of this devoted couple
the most Incredible falsehoods are
circulated by people who accept them
without  any  malicious  desire  to  be-
ieve them true���simply hearing them
continually   repeated,  assuming    that
ley must be true."
AT   1QS30   O'CLOCK   EACH  RBOEMSHG
double md of osmit perfoqherq elepcmits
IOLE   EARTH'S    ARENIC   MARVELS
THE FINEST HORSES IU THE WORLD
Westminster
���Transfer Co.
I
e 'Phone  116.      Barn  'Pnoue 13/
Columbia  Street-
'aggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Ijght and Heavy Hauling
0FF|CE~TRAM   DEPOT.
New
WeSisngfcora
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation  of the Township or District of
MILLIONS OF CHECKERS
TURNED OUT EVERY YEAR
Kennebee,  Me..  May  27.���It  seems!
inconceivable  that two   men   can   be
��� pi steadily employed the year round
ENORMOUS SIZC'SPLENDID QUALBTY
30-AMERICA'3 MOST GORfilGAL CLOWNS-SO
GSNG&rscM of the amusement w@rl��
UNSURPASSED in MAGNITUDE and MERIT
Two Complete  PERFOfSRflA^CES  DAILY,
RAIN OR SHINE, AT 2 AND S P. M. "gtoffi
Doors Open One Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to thc Big JhU U
BOM'T BE 13^:OE22^5LT^:3^
SELLS-FLOTO wiS Appcc? on Day ti\d Date Advertised
IHOTbSHEyS TRUST
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.        i
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth,    j
if
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our offko every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
diivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
plione ls In good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is erack-a-
^^^^^ jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
1  lt��L ��m��r'Vn fee si'mule "un-   making checkers.   Yet that is what Is
|d!;;.!ay'i" 'sale �� ed f. on "the Kceve jdene  In  a  mil.  at  Bethel.    The  ave-|
Dl  Ce'k of the Corporation of  the   rage output of checkers from the mill
'.; ���rnic.ri,t of Surrey to the   la 800 barrels.   It has been as high as i
K &?3^l��Sy<?l��   I,  and down to 600, but 800 la the
trict O Surrey, earing dates of the average. This does not sound very
1 '1st dav of October, A-U-, 1005 and large, but when the figures are worked
\l_\ d " of Smber, A.6., 1901. of out it is found to be a lot.
S and angular that certain parcel I In every barrel shipped there are
all una Bingumr iu . . situate ��� 30,000 eheekers of the ordinary size.
,?r��traC^�� ,ein in the i" do o New while in SOO barrels there are 28,800,
SSn,?ns������� U. ?heProlce of Brit- 000, or 1,200000 sets of 24 checkers
, " C ubia more particularly known each. That is to say, with the output
md de ��� ribed as Lot 1 in subdivi- of this Maine mill. 2,400.000 persons
sion 24 of block 1 of section 30. block   eonU be playing checkers at the same
5  north,  range  2  west;   lots  S  to 17, time.	
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section AT COLLEGE
16   block  B, north range 2 west;   lots!LIVE8 AT oULLtot
15 to 21, inclusive, hlock 14 Of southeast   quarter  section  4,  township   9
lots   5.(1.  and  7.  in  subdivision  L'S  of
ON  15 CENTS A DAY
Cambridge. Mass.. May 27.���Accord-
section 16 block 5, north range 11, j ing to E. V. M. Long, a Harvard sen-
wes los "" and 23. in subdivision ior. going to college is the cheapest
23 Of section "if,, block 5. north range  occupation a man can indulge in.
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I A SNAP!
] Must Be Sold Quickly
\*        Two splendidly situated lots in the new school block, Sapperton;
���     price $375 each;  $200 cash, balance very easy.
\_        The lots face down hill and command a splendid view and are far
below present values.
Miller & Jewhurst
Realty Brokers
Room 7 Thomson Block.   -   New Westminster, B. C.
L.mwwww. "^"'!l"""l
I STORE, BANK FITTINGS I
I anh   OFFICE *11 I ii^v��kj |
2. west;   lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, T, S. 11,
i.2, block -I of lot 387A, group 2; lots!
-  to  ii  .inclusive,  block  14  of  south-
east  Quarter  section  4,  township  9' j
lot  5.  block ",  of  lot  1187A, group  2;
lot 38, block   .   of lot 387.V, group 2:
lots 41, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4. townsliip 9; lots IS, 19,
block  2 of southeast quarter section
4,   township   9;   lot   22,   block   16   of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519;  lot 23, block 16 of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
umler you nnd all persons claiming
any Interest in tbe said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in   tbe   said  land   by  descent,   whose
During the four years he has been
at college the cost of his food has not
averaged more than $1 a week, and
he has been so well nourished that
he is now the third strongest of the
students, was substitute fullback on
the 'varsity football eleven, and also
stands  well  in  his studies.
"It is easy enough to live on 14 or
15 cents a day," says Long. "There
is a good chance for a man at Harvard to get along well with spending
but very little money. Of course he
cannot live on one dollar a week unless he knows the ropes; but any novice can thrive on $2 easily. I eat at
Randall ball, where, as In other dining   associations,   food   is   served    at
x and" office
SHOW CASES
 cost.
I  . ,     i= 3"r.VcVstered under the pro- I    "Harvard college has tbe reputation
l\Tt'�� o? the "Land Registry   Act." U being a rich man's college.  Well,
1  VlS       ���drel to contes   the claim Of I should say that It was a place where
X\Z rt x   purchase.-   within   forty-five |B  man   could  be pretty  rich  without
.     ���,     1 y of the tlrst pub-| spending   much    money.     I    always
days from the ������� and have more money when I leave co-
llicatlon of this notice upon,.
1
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND
MATES   SUPPLIED
ESTI
* In  default  of a caveat or certificate
��� I of lis pendens being filed within such
I period, or in default of redemption
I before registration, you and  each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any  claim to
lege  in  June  than   when I  go  back
there in September."
MEN   OF   MONEY.
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Are You Lookin;
For a Home ?
We have a new 5 roomed house on
Seventh Avenue. Commands a beautiful view of the Fraser and the Delta
Is close to the 12th Street Carline.
If you have $400, it will pay you to
call in and see us at once.
Winnipeg,   May
-Vivian   Smith,
! NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
���������������
:.-<��>.    J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
n .b���corner   ticvcuv..   ��..-  ��� iiiAr r     -       ,  ...   .....  ������������ ���.���	
M ��� ��� AA^a.************"""*"���  ..ff^l^ter. Province of British
Beef, SVSuttoro, Veal,
Pork and PouSta-y
[ QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
urns &
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
���BBBHBJB
from  settln.    up  any   uu'm  **-t     ��ium|ic_   ..mj   -������     .......   _���--���,
i��� ',-.,., eet' of the said land, and I j 0f London, Eng., a partner in the firm
\  I       ro.Hater Tbe Corporation of the   of Morgan, Qrenfell & Co., of London,
a   I,      .    or   District  Of   Surrey   as  and A. Stevens, of New York ei.y, of
' ' lereof in fee.   And 1 Hereby   the firm of J. F.  Morgan & Co., ar-
l0Wi      thitPublication of this  notice  rlvod _ the city on Saturday at noon.
j.\.     *��� ... v ,i'.vs In a dally newspaper   They (.;ime west from Duluth over the
A  for th.<     1,>SN(,W   Westminster   will   Canadian   Northern  and spent  Satur- |
���l!u x  mrt sufficient service thereof. Iday afternoon here, leaving on tbe eve- j
J|be poodland ���������d u,,,.ist,y Offlce.Uraln  tor  .Montreal.    Mr.  Smith was
 '"'   accompanied by his nephew, A. Smith,
Of London.    The party arrived in the i
private   ear   Marquette,   ot'   the   I'ere
Marquette line.    J. Pierpont Morgan,
Jr., who was in the party, was called
r.;;;^d;utbls^ibday"ofMareh,A.
D- 191��- c   S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
rr    notrfrt Miller  William A- McCal-  back to New York city and did not ac-
lam?aSo. Knes-T-G. Stark. Wil-(company the visitors to Winnipeg.
praser,    Henry
;>m  Di|uSld ronsLrd. Alien Spiers
Robert Lyness, Margar-
John  Roberts.  Richard
T. Crossley, John t..
K'ells
George Stone,
et G. Cooper.
Hosking, Hugh
GREAT   DIAMOND   TRADE
INDEX   TO   PROSPERITY
This is only a sample of the many
fine properties we are handling
The Craig Realty Co
Room   8,  Thomson   Block.
New Westmister, B.
Phone  629
New York, May 27���Diamonds and
other precious stones to the value of
$40 000,000 have been brought into
New York during the last ten months,
according  to  statistics given  out  by
      ,   _      ���   rrmcK. (the  United  States  appraisers'   stores.
Take  notice  that  I, Grace  yj���{*   During the present month, the impor-
,Shank, of Matsqui  B;.C--S5B\1onerltation of jewels is expected to be intend to apply   ^,11%V."\.1.      ,    a creased by fully  .2.000.000 more.    In
of Lands and Works, Md oiu. i�� i      , June   R ,.  ukely that iMs sum wm
he aggregate
4,000,000,  an
biggest record
CruU'k-
of Lands and  \\ iJl KB,     k"'     ' ,.; June   lt is likely that th
license to prospect for coal ana petrp. HcatPdi so that th
cum on and under the followinjj l^  ^  year  wU]   ))e  ^
cribed  lands: marked  amount exceeding the bit
Commencing at _ a   post    marwoi $3,000,000.
I'.oinuieiunif,   ...     ..    ... 	
Grace Cruickshank's, on N. R corner , heretofore by $1,000,000
s   set  of the  Section  line between  Sec-!
^^^****
i  oee-1    Importers regard these    imports as
New   West- significant  of improved business con-
" ' J1"���s. They say diamond trade is always the last to feel the upward trend
tion   28   and .20.   Tp.  If,  NJ*   ^ ^lo^They say dinmond n-ade is ah
minster District, abou, .-, ������.-.     29     	
of the S.  B.  corner of    SecOffl ����. ,  f - conditions,
hence south one mlle^thWl west one ( ^^   previous  years  were
1000   when Imports valued at J41.0U0.-
000 were received, and 1907, when the
G4�� QRACH CRUICKSHANK.      total entries were valued at   .40-00.
,|.,,niin   aOUl II   I'ltC   niiiv,    a*���,-���
S"   then north one mile;  then east
one
mlli
  to the point of commencement;
Matsqui,  April   18,  1910.
C.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  pir day up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. "Bus meets all trains and hoat��
The Dally News will be Kept on fll��
in our reading room.
CARI43TON GILBERT. U&* j
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 3
8, 1913
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SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes   and   Prices
Call and  See Our Stock
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Chief Bradshaw has found a small
amount of money, which the owner
may obtain by calling at the police
station.
The Eastern Sales company are
selling out lt. Stevenson's shoe stock.
ll will be to your advantage t.> call
and see the bargains which are going. **
Anything in  our line 10 to 20
cent,  saved  for you.    Fales.
per
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
A business education should be purchased once; therefore you wan to be
practically instructed in tlie branches
which are used in every day business
life, and at a minimum cost. Not only
do our students get the best to be
obtained but also tbe benefits of our
efforts in  securing positions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal.
Garden Fete
Under the auspices of the Educational club a garden fete will be held
at the residence of Thomas Meredith,
Fifth avenue and Sixth street, on
Thursday, June 2, from 4 to 10 p. ni.
Admission free.    Light refreshments.
Supper From 6 to 8.
City Band   in   Attendance
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
Tlie Chinamen arrested on Thursday night and allowed out on bail
failed  to  appear     when   their  names
I were called in tho police court yesterday.    They   lose   $(10   each on   the
.deal.
Double your enjoyments. It is the
cheerful, harmonious atmosphere of
the Royal Cafe that attracts guests
Quite as much as the excellence of the
food and service. The artistic decorations of this beautiful cafe will soothe
your nerves, raise your spirits and
satisfy your appetite at one and the
same time. Dine here tonight. There
will be music from ti to 8 and from
'.i lill 11: Md. The Royal Cafe is open
day and night. **
Get the habit, smoke "Solo Special"
cigars, havana filled. **
Mrs. Eddleston, 317 Pltingington
road, Preston. Lancashire, England,
asks for news of II. Wilson, last
heard of as employed aboard the
Fraser river steamer Ramona, which
was burned last year.
Until   further   notice   the  Hank   of
Montreal,   Ne*   Westminster,  will  be
open  for  business  Saturday evenings
jfrom 7 to 'J o'clock. **
South    Westminster    property    is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
;Ltd.    Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
A meeting of the executive of the
Provincial   University   Mainland   Site
! committee was held in Vancouver yes-
I terday, when   Mayor    Leo,   Rev. Dr.
j Sipprell, Professor Rurwash and D. S.
Curtis attended from this city.   Only
routine business was  transacted.
A shoot between members of the
militia and civilian riflemen wlll tak,a
place at the range across tho river
this afternoon,
Tho funeral of Archie Barnes, who
died at the Royal Columbian hospital
on Wednesday, took place yesterday
afternoon, the local aerie of Eagles,
of wbicli the deceased wns a member,
attending.
Tlie first Westminster Lawn Tennis
club games of the season will take
place at tiie Tlpperary courts at
o'clock this afternoon. Tea will be
servod to members tmd friends after
the games.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis" Greenhouse,  lt 208. **
See Fales for
anieed goods at
the cheapest.
3ed Lounges.    Guar-
prices cheaper than
Secretary Wade, of the board of
trade, was in receipt of two communications yesterday, both inquiring into
! the juices and locations of small factory sites in the city. Mr. Wade Willi
keep in touch with the seekers aftei
truth and some more industries may'
be added to the growing list of manufacturing establishments in the Royal
City.
The  Northern  Crown  Rank  beg to
announce  that they will  be open on
Saturday    evenings    from    7    till 9J
o'clock. **
at the
block.
**
The proper place to dine is
Bohemian Cafe, Depot Hotel
The best of everything.
The aroma of "Solo Special'
is delicious;  try them.
cigars
**
The Bohemian Cafe will in future
be open all night. Special arrangements for private parties. **
Three male drunks and a Klootch-
man will appear in tne police court
this morning. The lady is one Lucy
Moody, who was found yesterday with
a companion, both of them hopelessly
drunk, in the bottom of a boat drifting down the Fraser. The man's name
is Charles Martin.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the garden? Tidy, tlie
Florist, can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. Rhus.     **
GIVE   US   A
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
The next number of the Courier
| will contain a recipe for making Bor-
rT O T AT deaux wash, one of the most effective
preventatives against caterpillars.
The information should prove timely
to the fruitgrowers of the Fraser valley, whose farms are at present suf-
ft ring considerable damage from the
pest.
PHONE 475.
Simmers'
Lawn Grass
Seed
is the Best. What
is the sense of sowing inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
For a pleasant cool  drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
A payment of i'2a procures a lot In
South  Westminster  from   Halt'  Bros.
&   Kennedy,  Ltd.    These  lots are in
! great demand. **
Today   the   fire.' apparatus   will   be
placed on  the  street in front of the
'hall and the horses will  be tethered
ion  the  grass  plot  in  the  rear  while
| the paving company is laying a sidewalk in front of the fire station.   The
work will not take long and when it
is completed planks  will bo laid  over
the sidewalk and the apparatus will be
moved hack into the hall.
At a meeting of tbe police commission yesterday afternoon C. B. Pitten-
drigh was appointed jailer of the city
lockup in place of J. L. Mclnnes. who
loft a  few weeks ago.   The  commission held only a short session and did
not transact any other Important busi-1
ness.   Those  present  at   the  meeting I
were Mayor Lee, Alderman J. Carter j
Smith. T. S. Annandale an.l City Clerk
W. A. Duncan.
I handle every trunk as if it held
a stick of dynamite. Wm. Medley.
Call 004 nights or 4_'l days. **
To
Fales.
Furnish   au  Ollice,   see   W.   E
About fifty members of the West
End Methodist church gathered at the
parsonage yesterday evening to farewell Rev. James Calvert, I). 1).. who
is leaving on Wednes lay for Grand
Forks. A purse of gold was presented
to the pastor by J. W. Macdona'.d.
while an address eulogistic of the
pastoi' was read by Mrs. George Speck.
An impromptu program of songs and
music was rendered ..'.luring the evening. Mr. Calvert has been here about
a year and is president of the Methodist conference
Tbe   Oliver   Typewriter   Agency   at
740   Columbia   stieet   is   being     constantly asked for stenographers.    You
can learn the Oliver at  home. Seven-,
teen cents a day pays for it.   See Hoi- !
ton E, Sands and ask him to tell you I
ail  about  it. **
Some men transfer their affections
but I transfer baggage, express and
household goods.   Call 004 days or 421
nights.    Wm.   Medley. **
The Westminster Y. M. C. A. provisional secretary, T. II. Hutchinson,
has secured temporary offices above
tlie Northern Crown bank, where bo
will be found from 9 a. m. to 0 p. in.
on week days. The first installmenl
of promised subscriptions to the building fund is now due, and a circular is
being sent to all who volunteered
help, notifying them that payments
can be made either to Mr. Hutchinson or to Treasurer E. L. Webber,
to whom all cheques must be made
payable. One-fifth of the promised
amount, or about $fi,ooo, is now due,
but the committee fn charge hopes
to bave $12,000 in htfhd before commencing  building operations.
Spectacles 50
:ents
~5Z3?ZXZS?
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
COME AND
SEE US
In  Our Xew Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four   Doors   Fast   of   Bank   of
Montreal
fei&a2B*��MS8
��SO
extra
o
o
cleared;
good land,
seven roomed
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham's Chocolates
T. A. MUiR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
house, bath and pantry, hot
and cold water. One mile
from electric tram. Price
$3500. Terms, $500, balance
easy terms.
APPLY TO
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
900 Yards of
Fancy Muslins ���J Ginghams
15 cents per yard
Regular   20c   to   35c   Values
Short  ends and  odd  patterns on  sale Friday and  Saturday only.    See our corner  show  w i
a  few  Of the  many  designs.   Materials  are   there   suitable   for   boys'   or   girls'   strong   school  6
blouses, ladies' wash costumes,  waists,  dresses,  etc.    A   splendid range  of  patterns  In  attract!
popular- colors.    On sale Friday and Saturday, per yard     15c
Ladies9 Lace Lisle
Hose 35c per pair
The arrival of a shipment of hosiery direct from the manufacturers in Germany enabhs us to announce that we are showing
the best hose at the price shown anywhere in Canada. We show
them in black", tan, brown, sky, pink and while. In sizes 8_fc to
lu Inches. They are nicely shaped, with a good choice of open-
worked designs.    Ask for this  special  line.    Per pair 35c
The Housekeepers Opportunity
in Linens
50c  Each
A   general  cleanup  oi
runners, tray cloths, tea
washstand co\ ei b, pillov
centrepieces,  etc., in  all
Materials are plain linen,
muslin, damask linen and
sels  net.   worked  with   ernl
ery. hemstitching, Batti nl   ���   a
lace edges.    Regular valui
to $1.7."..    On sale Prid
Saturday   in   the  hon. i
ing  section,  each 50:
Black Sateen
Underskirts
95c Each
At least 2~i per cent, loss than
regular \aluc in the usual way.
We secured only four dozen,
thinking that would be sufll
cicnt. Wo were agreeably surprised at the value. Customers
will be pleased at the opportunity afforded by the special low
prices placed upon them for
Friday and Saturday;  each..95c
Embroidered
Waists���Neat
and Attractive
$1.50 Each
Made with fancy embroidered
fronts,  transparent   yokes and
set with wide insertions of
shadow embroidery; long puff
sleeves sel with bands of Insertion;   all  sizes;   each...$1.50
New Waists
Tailored Styles
$1.50   Each
By all  ht ans the be '
we  have  yet   shown.     M .
white   law n.   with    wide
and box-pie,ited down
Btiff collar and cuffs; al
each	
c
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
r.. &*���--*  :,'���; .**.
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HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUEBEC
ESTABLISHED 18G4
Capital Paid Up���$6,000,000
Reserve Funds���$4,600,000
Total Assets (over)$66,000,000
This institution Is one of the oldest, largest, and best-knewn Ranks doing Miriness ln Canada.
Having 145 Branches from Quebec to victoria and most satisfactory arrangements at all other
points,   it  has  exceptional collecting and exchange facilities.
A  GENERAL   BANKING  BUSINESS   TRANSACTED.
Savings Bonk Department
We give special attention to Savings Accounts. You may start an account with .I.Oi). Interest
allowed at highest bank rate, and added twice a year without application or presentation oi
pass book. No delay in withdrawals. Two or more persons may open a joint account, anl withdraw it. by  individual cheque.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
For the convenience of our customers and to give the working man an opportunity of depositing
his   savings,   this   ofiice   will   be  open   for   business   fin   Saturday evenings from  7  to il o'clock.
We Will be glad to have  the  public  call  and  inspect our   new ollice.
New Westminster Branch
H. C. Adams, Manager
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