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 White Rock
,_.r_ SHILES & CO.
^HINTEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
 ...nr-TCD
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
^STI��� �� ��� ���   m MB b    it��w town is     WSJ"1" ���" m
"' L'.mhprn nf Post No. 4 Echeve They __ ,,. i. _
lof Trade Not Hard on
*    nv   School Matters
Members of  Post  No. 4 Ec!
Can    P'Jt   Up   Winning
of   Lacrosse.
in ni the meet
1B,kab ? ot trade bun  "1; !"
in which the.Great
alter   all   tne
service pro-
i'^:t^*i
*     at,oul  the
Jti" .:    'tt*     ���     ��� .
.,,,,   reported the
k **" al  Aldergrove
Wail'
���,,   li  seemed to
"'f'trnprewiin  that   the
?fal8Seree. & on the
.,. .   saU thai  he had
w*
its o'
"The   Native  Sons  ol   B,   C,   Posi
No.   i. hereby  challenge anj   lac o   ���
team  In this citj. to be made up ol
local players, no one burred, to a gi me
ol   laci oi Be, to be  played al  a time
and place tn be agi i ed upon,
I "IRVING  WINTEMUTE."
The above di fl la burled al all and
any  oi ganlzatloi .  w hlcli claim to be
com] ii ed ol   li   plaj era  ��Ithln
the i ll :���   limits    1        latlve .-'ins decided   upon   this   at   a  meeting
Vancouver Decides to Aban
don Effort to Establish a
Revenue Producing Mart.
Forest Fires Force Miners to
Flee For Their Lives. Still
Burning.
panic   Stricken   Over   Recent   Earth
quake, Residents of Avellino Threat-
ened Americans With Violence.
of
trying for  years to compete
bucci   : tally  v,Ith  the New  Westmln-
markel,  the   Vancouver   Institution ol the Bame kind has had to ad-
mil its tailme.   The scheme has in-. er
paid since its Incepl lon and now I he 1
Vain ou\ er   council   is   i on ildi ring   a
ul to lent pari ol the building!
held' '"'   :i   ""''',:   garagi      When  this  is
yeBterday evening, having first can "���   "   wi"   Practically    mean   the
fullj   scrutinized     t   membershl ll  abandoni ��� the Vancouver mar-
to be     in V.-l stic ket as a commercial enterprise,   ll Is
dl. ���: ere nol   In ai    '      " ' ; ' Qd    ' '  "f,il
reat    oi I s  va) Ineligible. *  " ""     oruB.?J'1age ' '   ''  ' ,'" tbe
.       Nativ.   Sons  will  be no freak   ���"-''   ";   ,I"' 1':""l!"'   ' "'    ' "'  ""' a
button,  for   five of th,     onion '    �� '' v the "'    am* *e1 s"me
I wlll   be   found   in   the  i     ;hbo I I   "".'"' '"!' ur """'" ,,     .
when   the  |   me  Is  pulled  off, these      V    ' ���  v!UIC0Utv��r       i ''""'"
beln    Punl ,     ite. Len an.l Bill\m '   following statement
  Turnbull,    Pal    Feenei    and    Sandy Aer struggling for several sea,
s_____________________ ,,, so:is in an na t       make >
_ ,���.��� by hoboes.  Graj   bnougli l��termediati    belo     to , {
le class there are     eo. ���   lo a I ���   , imendatlon ,m ,.������. before the
,   representatives    1"    the   thai will make it interesting for what
 Bt     F.vm  is   lefl   ol   the   champion   team   of
Cat' nia, and a classy game is assured
when ti dozen players are
v. ho  have  the  tetnei I tj   to
b6iib tit  Westminster,
Naco, Arizona, June 16.���The entire
mining town of Movarbl, in Sonora,
Mexico, Including a ten-stamp mill,
litis been destroyed by the forest fire
tnat  is sweeping the OJo and Bacco-
chi  mountains.
Tl e  miners  bad  a  narrow  escape
and had to build back tires to enable
I        to Bee to Canaea.
11 e thus are still raging.
I
\
I lor th 	
!Ser with M��nl real
lcT_erred   by  the
,, Mayor Lee.  *
22 "/freight ser-
eC0    ��lrly satisfactory
LARGEST  SHIPMENT  YET.
Lt districts   at   present.     Even
[' ,   locked   up  in
the place was occasionally
i ome -I the stuff was
I j   | he  did   nol   think
[. ���    . i thei the fault ot
i ould not  be ex
feted to i -���' t I " ''������- where
��� ���   '.valiant   such  "
I oi the same opinion.
fcthougl ��� i railway waa prob.
f doing  ��� Ier I h<   clrcum-
J. ir s. t vice, and
I at    it   was   im-
I was  mall
I  moi al  business at
I -   time   to   dr
I        i the i enei ai i pin-
In of md H was finally
lovetl by T  .ii        and i ��� ��� onded
���. .i s Hen le - a that the
I impany, expi ess-
the board at ,
I' ��� give a good
i     ��� ���   ��� -te company
n on Frldaj
(i later than
i tl     '     countrj   ri
i market  The
msly.
��� '������   ��P Monk and  P.  B.
: to the member"
of thi   ��� ard.
Telephone Matters.
I eod,   chairman   of   the
Arguments   at  The   Hague.
The   Hague,   June   16.���Continuing
his   arguments  before  the  Fisheries
tribunal today, Sir Kobert Findlay, on
behalf  of   Great   Britain.   Bubnfltted
recommenuui iou >.,,, .,,,,,	
couni il at  its nexl meeting which is
a  practical  admission  that  the insti-
..   -        ,  tutlon has heen a failure; through its
advice  that   a   large  portion   ot   the
lace  mt; buljdlng be rented for use as
lie garage."
No  reason  for the closing
market is given, but a glance
conditions  prevailing  in   New
minster will reveal the cause
pub
of the
at the
West-
of the
minster wm levcui  m,   -...
success ot the one and the failure of
Practically  the only  de-
Grain   Moved   From   West   Last  Year
Reached  Enormous   Figure.
Ottawa, .lime 16.���Inland revenue re-
celps ior the month of May totalled
$1,362,796,   tm   Increase   of   $241,753]
over the collections for May. 1909,
j     During the nine months ended May
31, according to the figures fnrnlshed
to  the  trade  and  commerce  department,   74,250,000    bushels    of    .rain
from the western provinces were shipped  out  by  wiiter route  and  11,524,-
600 by rail, a total of 85,774,000 bushels,  by   far the  largest   shipment on
record for il similar period.
The returns  show  85,037,055  hush-j
els    of    wheat    inspected,    20,011,41111
bushels  of  oats.   4,242,000  bushels ofl
j barley  and  3,782,000  bushels of  flaxseed, a total of 119,384,066 bushels for'
the nine months.
lam.s  oi   in,-   > .....
to concur in the regulations for fish-
was  quite   unsustainable,   and
that the whole authoi ity musl remain
in Oreal Bi itain.
Steamer   Magdalena   Refloated
Cartagena, Colombo, June 16.���The
Royal Mail steamer Magdalena, which
���  ashore al  the entrance to this
pott  on  Monday,  was Boated  today.
The steamei    .'��� 1 ed no damage.
Jf   ol   <in at    Britain,   BUbnsttea 1  ,
that  the claims ol the 1 nited states    "f "' ll'r-    ' '"��� "V"V'��� T"""   .. ' 1
.- .. i���M,mu fn.- i eloped agricultural land 0:1 the low
er  mainland  is in  the  Fraser valley,
and of the  valley  nine-tenths is tributary to N'ew Westminster.   The Vancouver market can draw supplies from
South   Vancouver  and   part  of   Richmond  and   Delta, and even  here  she!
has to compete with New Westmln-'
Bter, while the Royal City has all the
resl of the fertile valley tributary to
her, an i other places are not within
c impetltltive distance.
GREY   AT   BRISTOL.
PASSENGERS SAVED \i\E
STATEHOOD  GRANTED TO
ARIZONA   AND   NEW   MEXICO
NORTHERN BOAT SIMS ::SSE'HFI=
Tl ,��� eon
Intended   Banquet  Cancelled   Because
of National  Mourning.
London,   June   K>.���His   Kxcellency
Karl   Grey   arrived   at   Bristol   today.'
National  mourning  prevented  the in-1
tended banquet 'which  had heen plan-'
ne l in his honor.   The Canadian gov-]
t rnor   general   telegraphed   the   lord
mayor of  Bristol as follows:     "I am
gratified   by  the   expression   of   your
kind desire, but am unable, as representative of the crown in Canada, to
take part in any public function until
'. after  end of  June."
The chic reception will therefore be
' an informal affair,
Home, June hi-���The details of tbe
escape of u patty of American Baptist
clergy men from the hands of a superstitious mob at Aveillno at tlie time
of  ihe  recent  earthquake   were   laid
before   Premier   Lussattl   today   by
.lames   P.   Stuart,   of   St.   Louis,   who
was   sent  hy  tho  American   Board   of
Baptist mission to Italy to investlgat
the Baptisi missions in this country,
and who returned a lew days ago from
the province of Aveillno.    Mr. Stuart
reported to the premier that the situation in that districi was very Strenuous owing to the struggle between
the Catholics and the  Baptists.    On
the night of the earthquake be and
his  companions,  he  said,  were  brutally tit lacked.    The populace seemed
to   attribute   the  earthquake  to   the
presence of the Baptists and a crowd
numbering Into the thousanda set upon
I the Americans with the Intention 01
banging them.
1    "The police officials." said Mr. Stuart, "wauled us to leave the province
immediately and secietiy. but ihis we
l refused to  do, as  the  Italians  would
j have said that  we had tied, and we
j would have lost all tbat we had ai-
I ready accomplished.    Later, however,
we  took our  departure, according to
arrangements, in a public manner, but
we were guarded by 200 sodiers witu
guns   and   bayonets   as   a   protection
against, tlie 500 or more pet sons who
lined the streets yelling, cursing and ;
threatening us."
Premier  Lussattl  urged  upon   Mr.
I Siuat t the advisability of avoiding tiny
retaliatory      demonstrations      which
would he apt to disturb the peace.
He expressed the opinion that the
action of tiie Italians was due more
to their panic stricken condition he-
| cause of the earthquake than to any
enmity against the Americans. Mr.
Stuart has decided to postpone his return to the district in order to allow
the excitement to subside.
Attorney-General Starts the
Legal Machinery Moving:
To Prevent Jim-Jack Fight
CANADA DEMANDING
WASHINGTON LUMP
1 .\ i,...,..,	
'i". e conference report
��� ���. e..., ,,,, t>,
on
Steamer   Casca    Goes   to    Bottom
Thirty-Mile   River With  Many
Mail   Sacks.
 ^^^^^^^^  the rail-
1 way bill was taken up. but action wi ���'
0f postponed until tomorrow, Senator
ESlkins, In explaining the measure as
agreed upon by the conference, said
it was substantially the same as recommended by the president.
MAYOR  OUT  OF  ORDER.
I   to  Inquln   h
Y   ���   ���������    ��� :    '""l   A   "'',"       i aa       Thn  White
1 I    '��� nol  lime Y. T��� jUne I'-T1^,, .
1  ll ate     He  said   pa89 8tea, . CaptalnWl lams,
I . - , lt0 the question , ,,.,,. . , .  the   imri;
in   Surrey   to   leB ,ve milea south1 of the  ������
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hat that
I lint   .-  -
���  1  lint b In Was 1
. e to tbe conclus on engerB,   m->   =>--."   - ,
'"'  a? i,efit ����%L I hundred and sixty sacks ^ maligna
Preparing  for  German   Market.
Berlin, June 16.���The Canadian gov-1
���    intent and C; "adian business men!
. ..ve  heen   mai    g   vigorous   efforts
.-   e  the concl  -'on of  fiscal peace
hetween  the Do,, nioti and Germany
to  extend  the  n trket  for Canadian
products here.   '1 ..ere is reason to be-
Court Refuses Injunction to Prevent
Race Meet in Victoria.
Victoria, June 16.���Justice Gregory
declined to grant an injunction to
Mayor Morley to restrain the Victoria
Country club from conducting a race
meet  on  the  Agricultural  association
grounds.
He beld that the mayor was not
within his powers in directing the city
solicitor 10 proceed in defiance of >
resolution of the city council permitting the meet.
Orders   for   Millions  of   Feet   of   Ma
terial Recently Placed With Puget
Sound  Mills,
tE'SLrKE   r;;;.;f;,/  .- SToi mail and ^batTeeffor^to enlist support
He^oJghl thai the .;;>;    ����� \, mall, the Cascaistruck, �� ^ ^^u .... ,,,,, n nave  aUed
���"a��lopted l- Delta, that of Lav- ;'            d ,a!lk almosl Immel'ately.           ^            t    w   q. FW>��  w��>
,    ��,v��tpm    was   ���'    '  1,     ond     nassenge.a     ������"t    .::..,,,,���,.,.  the duty  ot   consul  uenctai
i�� private telephone system, was
like that the B  l
{was always read)
.     , [ng privileges onto
|)    ;. lng    a    flrsl    ''lass
������   not   have time  to
InvesUgatlor ol tne
he city.   He had   ���
liller, who  assured
.   c   Telephone com-
��� was       .       a  good  set vtcv    in
rocK aim uui,	
The    mail    and    passengers    were
n '   afelj  bul tin   merchandise is
ruined.     Then-   is   nine   feet   Ol   watei
in the engine room. A barge being
p . hod ale-ad by the Cases carrying
130 tons of dredge material foi the
Yukon Gold company was not damaged. Many of th< Ca8< a's pat 1 ..
s were hound for the Iditarod.
for  the   present.     \Y   G.   Fisher  will
discharge the duty of consul genera
an 1  will  in  effect   he consul  general
in everything except title.
HERALD   FIRE  VICTIMS
NOW   NUMBER   THIRTY-FIVE
���mpl alius   and    delays    had    bet
ecedented develop-
i rlct.    The company
,    p   pare   with  It,   DU'
11 ivements w<'"'
mi that in the mean-
had outgrown the au
i.edation    given.      ���     ���
a it   -\ i,e had been looiong
pltiuncea of delay and unsatttiac-
seni lng the pas! week ot
,l��i \m had   ' '   ""rv   ,eW'
-'���'
I'm �� fe
Many Expelled  From  Kiev. j
Kiev    lime 16.���Forty-nine persons
...:.   j/,,    1.1 from Kiev today Twen-
__?*��� of these had been permitted to
5,'-     thPir affairs, while others were
***** :;:���,';; \:;:^^^-^-^Antim-
&,    hoard a justification or the  tion.
Montreal.  June  16.���ln  the  clothes
of   the   twenty-fourth   of   The Herald
fire victims recovered this afternoon
was a card of the Typographical un-1
lon bearing the name of J. Fournier. I
Tiiis is  a  new   name  and.  added   to
those of Richard McCoy and Joseph
Murphy, reported  missing this morning, tlie death list now reaches thirty-
rive,  ten  of  whom  have  heen identified.
interest  iu   school
Know  wh" does.
��� ���\i  present  the
mailers. 1 do not
High   school
sklng
riiGraNMENT ELEVATORS
ARE WANTED IN MANITOBA
STAMPEDE IS GROWING
FOR TBE IDITARQQ
Seattle. June HI.���Lumber orders
running into the millions of teet nave
been placed with Puget sound manufacturers during tlie past ten days by'
Canadian firms heretofore buying little lumber 011 this side of tlie boundary.
The Grand Trunk Pacific railroad
I has sent orders for 3,000,000 feel of
I lumber to a Puget sound mill and one
ni-iii is Saskatchewan has recently or-
I dered here ninety carloads of forest
I products, mostly rough lumber * for
line yard use.
Tlie placing of these big Canadian
orders  In   Washington   mills   is   said
to he due to the great building activity
in the Canadian Middle West, pi inch'
I pally   in   the   provinces   of   Manitoba
1 and   Saskatchewan,   and   also to   the
fact  that  British  Columbia manufacturers have forced prices up two to
four   dollars   a   thousand   above   the
prices prevailing in Washington mills.
The interior dealers aro now able to
buy more advantageously in Washington than in  British Columbia.
Ban Francisco, June 16.���With a
motion tor a permanent Injunctions
against the Jeffries-Johnson fifeht ami
an application for a temporary restraining order against tlie Katiimau-
Langford contest to be Wed In the
superior court here tomorrow morning, attorney G< .1 iral Webb will tirer.
the first legal gun in the war declared
on prizefignting In this stale by Governor Gillett.
Rickard  Will   Enter Action.
When informed of Attorney General
Webb B intention, Manager Tex Rickard  Bald   today   that  In   case  of  au
adverse decision  he  would  move the
scene   of   the   battleground   to   some.
other   slate,     lie   said   that   with   ttu
handing down  of  an  unfavorable decision he would commence a Civil action   against   the   governor   and   the
attorney general  to recover damages-.
for the expenses he has already undergone to prepare for the fight heie.
Attorney General Webb stated that,
on account of the Kuuftman-Langford.
contest being scheduled for next Saturday, he will ask for a temporary
restraining order against that tight..
as the court will hardly have time tc>
hear arguments for a permanent injunction against it.
Seek  Permanent  Restraining  Orde^
As tlie big match does not occur
until July 4, tlie attorney general does,
not see the necessity tor similar action, and the motion will be made for
a permanent restraining order, whict*
in the meantime will not prevent tue
'promoters from continuing with their
preparations lor tlie match.
lt   is   hardly   likely,   however,  that
Tex  Rickard  an.i  Gleason   will  avail
j themselves of this privilege, for they
have ordered all work on the arena to
cease.
Fight  Anywhere,  Says  Jeffries.
Ben Lomond, Cal., June 16���"I don't
care   where   we   go   as   long   as   we-
fight,"  declared Jeffries today as he
appeared for his training work.
The   lighter   read   a  message   from
Tex Rickard early today ln wliich the
promoter   declared   the  battle   would
i would be held in San Francisc > after
all, but failed to state why he thought
1 so.     Jeff   was   in   high   spirits   alter
. reading it.
Willing   to   Box   Privately.
I    "Any   old   place suits   me."   he de-
j clared.   "Sooner than miss the chance
i to   meet  Johnson  now,  after  ati  the=
1 trouble I have gone to, I'd box him.
in private.   I want Rickard and Gleason to know that I am with them ia
whatever they do.
"I will box in any town they 31S
lect. I think square sporting men.
should stick to them to the Inst."
Jeff feels that If the light goes to
Nevada all the mountain climbing be
has done will stand him in good steadL
He has done a lot of work that took
him to an elevation of 2,000 feet above
the sea level, and the Nevada altitude,
will not bother him.
FEAR TROUBLE.
found
       very    few
���ins most satisfactory a"
_. ,.owa�� concerned. However, ne
P"W U, n,ake a good report al '��l
that   be
of com-
���""I met-tln 1
Presfdeni
Farmer8   Are   Anxious   to   Ship   Grain
Through  State  Owned  Warehouses.
Many Petitions Signed.
elevator
Lusby
other
remarked
chairmen
would   show   the   discretion
I       e'S   ntiillll     snow      <n>-      - -    _
Mr, Md.cod in not making
'Vrasli   tatements or reports wtin-
0!1"iist thoroughly Investigating.
Street Improvements.
.      Holmes, ot the municipal com-
lte'^ made a report  in  which  the
|n feature was a commendation 01
7 city council  for  the steps  being
Dr
___________________ _______ _____
pies tive of the rooms of the Public school nnd after midsummer at
hast three of those rooms will have
to be used by the Public school.   The
school  hoard  may  get out  a pamphlet
to make the public conversant  with
tlie situation," announced Mr, Trapp.
Good  Roads  Movement. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__
The event of the evening was an Winnipeg, June 16.���The
oration by B, g. Walker, of Burnaby, commission has heen in active opera-
on the good roads question, He tion only fourteen days, and already
thought that it was time thai some io3 petitions for the erection and oper-
comprehensive plan for tin. making atlon of elevators by the commission
ami conservation  of good  roads on  have heen received trom all parts of
the lower mainland should he adopted, the province. This means that thirty
' It was fair that the users of the roads I three and one half per ~* "'' ,h
1 Bhould pay for their maintenance.   A'
1 county  council or some   such   body
elected from the different municipal-
->i.���i.,.r, over all  tlle
Thousands    From    Seattle    and    Hundreds  From  the   North  in  Quest
of   Gold   Go   Down   River.
WHALE   IMPALED.
Twin Cities Street  Railway  Men Are-
Talking of Strike.
Port  Arthur, Ont., June It",.���There
is   a   possibility   of   trouble   between
the   Port   Arthur   and   Fort   William
street railway management and their
employees.    Tbe men have asked for
a raise in pay of from three to flve
cents per hour and board.   They have
been offered an advance of from one.
to two cents, which, after a confer-
1 enee,  they   refused.    The  m6n   have
I not decided what further action will
I be taken.
���
'Iws
I moms
streets.    Most of the imp''l,v0;
In   .
|trade.
The
Jtt l     v, 1     mi       ��� ,
now under way wore suggest ea
annual report  to the board ot
��� doctor
lotion and
Tr��i>l>.    He
touched
thereby
said   that
on  the  school
aroused   T.   J-
,   -���-    ���������   D���lu  lum   he  had  beard
7"' complaints about the amount of
ln'">' ������' ked for by the school board,
D"1 ���� Investigation be bud found that       _
f Proposed expenditures were nbso-, ing around
kitpiv nei.f 	
j to accomplish  nere.
Walkei
t majority
ty
in
di
I ht
Hi
nil
How
learei
expenditures we.
sssary, There was one thing
gree with and thnt was
Proposed site
ripper
lint
one  ban   jiei   cent   of  the
points  in  the province have  decided
in favor of government ownership and
operation of grain elevators,
Tlie petitions in  the vast  _
of eases are signed by seventy, eighty
and ninety per cent of the fanners '"
tbe district, wliich is away in excess
___________ I of the slxtv per cent which is required,'
le   also  spoke  on   the  automobile | according to the act as passed at the
He thought  that j lust session of the legislature. j
Men are engaged on three sets of
plans for a standard elevator which,
it is expected, will be submitted to
the commission for approval next
week. One plan will be decided upon
and a standard system of elevators
according to the plan chosen will be
erected at the different points throughout the province where government
ownership is asked for by the farmers
speeding question.    ..v __
some plan could be evolved so that
whenever anyone crossed the road
he would not he in fear of a great,
oiinrttim Instrument of torture com-
the comer and knocking
,- of the high school Jor.H resolution, and a8K��aatter) wl,ich
ary.    He thought  that   the, to take  action  in  ' fte   leglala
'Kb school should   be   placed 1 ^aa  finally .reI^ir"ittee8 for report.
,   ; the center of tbe city,  abort tive and roads comu _ ,t,a 8ome
""'<"' Fifth avenue. The price ol ^P*  n���, m���nici-
Want Tlpperary for Park.   _J f6od for JJ^^thorlzed to lool
{JS,,   this   matter   and   report
next  meet lng. <)f |h(1 OPjnion
, , , ..'tt^lSs^SlSEi.^!��rS
M,:0",1.1 '"f the business district."    | but   he  made n". m0,,loMa,,,pnition  that we  t^ August.   -j t,_B#fiSW��* ���
iiirJ.i   lra|'P  too'<   advantage   of   ���-���-   ir... ....   ���.
nUon of the pnhnnia Ln place  be-  0f the members
Dawson, June Iti.���The packet Susie,
wliich sailed today, carried nearly 400
people, two-thirds of whom are hilled
for Fairbanks and 110 for the Iditarod.
A special privilege was obtained from
Officials to carry 100 extra, included
in tlie number stated.
Many are sleeping on decks and
along the guards, where wood was
piled before the days or oil. A large
barge carries baggage.
Thousands of people from Seattle
and otber Coast points have been
dumped Into the basin the last flve
days, largely for the Iditarod.
Steamers from White Horse are still 1
coming with full loads.    The steamer
Reliance   leaves  tomorrow with   supplies for the Porcupine river for the
international boundary survey. j
General Mans, commander of the Department  of  tbe  Columbia,  from the
Coast,   took   the   American   dispatch j
boat General Jacobs here for a tour |
of Yukon ports.
Tl '   Holmes was of the opinion that
I'l'oi -ary    should    be    reserved    f��1'
'"K Purposes only.   "In a few yea''*
OfJ"' have a population of 80,000
loli, r" !tM,.1,Mct K Will be a tremendous
at
th
let to 1
'lilVl
Many   Out   of   Work.
Boston, June 16.���Fully 50,000 oper
stives in the New England states arej
already affected by a short-time policy
1 for   the  summer   months  which  has
been decided upon by numerous manu-
I factum's of textiles.    It Is expected
  id  mereij i. die BBUio��.   -----
islness district."    | but   he  mane  no  ���';;;'conslderaUon      fJuiy and August,
advantage  of  tho  ,eft the subject foi  UK , ing JW
the schools to "lace  be-  -�� ������� members.
CLARKSTON'S  FIRE  LOSS
ESTIMATED   AT   $25,000
Asotin, Wash , June 16.���Tho business district of ClarkatOn, Wash., was
swept by fire yesterday afternoon.
Five of the largest buildings on Main
street were destroyed. Tbe Clarks-
ton printing office, Bishop lodging
house and tiie Sheehey confectionery
store with their contents were burned
to the ground. The loss is estimated
at $-:r,,C(;0 with  little  Insurance.
Steamer Runs Into Levithan Off Cape
Mendocino.
Seattle, June 111.���Still another vessel is added to the list  of those re-'
cently    coming    into    collision    with
[whales or other large fish along the
j Pacific   coast.     This   time   it   is   Uie
j steamship   Delhi,   which   arrived  yesterday from San Pedro.
Captain John McClement tells how
the Delhi, after being almost Btiround-
ed by huge whales off Cape Mendocino
last Monday, Btrucs one fair ln uie
midriff as the unwieldy mammal was
attempting  to  cross  ihe  Bteamship's
bow.
I    The whale was almost cut in two
, by the force of the blow and remained
I fast to the vessel  until  sue  was put
full speed astern. Captain McClement
says the water was red with blood as
the vessel resumed her course.
Whales, always noticeable along the
coast, were unusually numerous during the Delhi's run north, according to
those on the steamship, who hazard
th6 opinion that the extensive whale-
hunting operations being carried on
at Tyee and other northern points is
driving the big fellows south in search
of safety.
The Delhi finished discharging at
tlie Galbraith-Bacon wharf at 8.30
o'clock last night. She Is loading lumber on the Sound for San Pedro.
BAD   FIRE   STRIKES
LITTLE TOWN OF IRVINE
Irvine. Alta., June 10.���The worst
fire In the history of Irvine broke out
this morning, threatening to destroy
the whole town. The Alberta stables;
where the tire started, were completely gutted.
Forty-one horses were killed and a
110,000 dwelling house was destroyed.
The Alherta hotel was completely
gutted on the east end.
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Earthquakes in Morocco. ���
Melilla, Morocco, June 16.���
Two earthquake shocks were
felt here today shortly after
daybreak, lasting twenty and
thirty seconds respectively.
No damage was done.
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STRATHCONA  SUPPORTS ���
ANGLO-GERMAN   ENTENTE   ���-
First Rye From Germany.
New York, June 18.���What ts said
to be the first importation of foreign
rye into the United States arrived
here this week from Hambtirg. The
amount of the shipment was 17,000
bushels, and another large shipment
Is expected next week. This rye
comes from Germany and is all for
milling  purposes.
j ���
*
London, June 16.���To a meeting  for the  promotion  of  an
Anglo-German    entente    Iniiii
Strathcona has wired:  "Greatly regret my Inability, owing to
official    engagements,    to    ho
present.   Nothing can be nearer my wish than that relations
between    Great    Britain    and
Germany should be of the most
friendly  terms,   and   anything;
for the promotion of this will
have  my  warmest support-���
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��� ���PAGE  TWO.
1 HE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,    i     |        .
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE
STREET     IMPROVEMENT    DEBEN-
,     TURE OR   REGISTERED STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
shall lmve
,      resolution of the Council.
This
fiist  bei n  approved
he Co
all ta
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN AS OFFICE
Assistant, must be capable steno-
grapher and have knowledge of
book-keeping. Apply by letter to
Box 20, Daily News Ollice.
WANTED���A NIGHT WATCHMAN
at the Condensed .Milk Factory, 16
Front  street.    References  required.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
dollars   for   Street   Improvements.
,   i ������   on
1910,   and
Street Improv
City���An
size   of
$5,250;
ranged.
8-roomed     modern    house!
lot,    132x132    feel;    price.
$1,250   cash;    balance   ar-
WANTED ��� SEVERAL TEACHERS,
mule and female, for the public
schools of this city. Applications
will  be  received  until  noon of thq
22nd   inst.     Robert   Lennle,   Socle- I CITY���Modern   house  and
tary. on Fourth   street
N. W. ' . section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feel of
limber. No timber lease. $35 per
acre.    .i.uOO cash.
.Hylaw  s
lhe day   ��� :
m-iv he cited us me
ire or Regl ed I
r     th ���  receive th
  ilred by law,
Whereas, certain  sums  of    money  '  ������ ,,,,,,; the assent of the electors
have Las year been expended out of on     ,. day ol
the  general  revenue  of  the  city   ior ��� .     an.l final
the construction, Improvement and re-!��� , .minrii the day of
pair of Btreets and sidewalks, and it
is expedient that additional sums be
si'ent   in   like  manm r,  amounting   in
-.1   in
open -    ���
1910.
WANTED���TO   RENT   FURNISHED]
house of the or six rooms with mod-1
���ern    conveniences    by   July   1   for
-three or  four  months.    Convenient !
to  car line  preferred.      Apply    .,,
Dally News ofiice.
WANTED���SMART LINING ROOM
Ggirl. Apply King's hotel, Columbia
street.
MUU'K.
I all  (with the sums already spent)  to:    Take  notice   that   the   above   Is   a
'the sum  of One  Hundred  and Fifty true copy 0f the proposed Bylaw wmcn
Thousand  ($150,000.00)  dollars; ,   Into   consideration   0}
��� ,.���,    tprm, I    And Whereas, it appears that it the the Municipal Council ol  the Ut.   oi
Price   $3,700,    terms  ^ suui of Qne lllllulr0ll ;mil Fii,y  .   ,y   Westminster  one   month
Thousand  i $150,000.00) dollars, be ap- ,-. .   ,!;iV 0f the flrsl publication
CITY-8-rc.med house and fully mod-1propriated from the general  revenue , ;n ,,,. -Daily  News'    newspaper,
on  Fourth  aTenue.  Size of  lot of the  city  for the  current  year  the whlch  flr8l   publicaUon took  place on
on  lonrth  aTeuu.    d   ���     one. rate of taxation will be excessive, and ,,,. l3th day ,,f June,  1910, and tha
^^        ^^ ote of the electors of the city will
per   month.
$1,000 cash.
large  barn
vented   for   $30
$3,700;    terms
from
there
ern    ^^^
is 80x146
fifth  cash,
bslnnce easy.
lit  is   expedient   that   such   excessivi
taxation   should  be  avoided,  and   tlie | he taken on the snid.I,rcT0!?e<? ?Zlft.
WANTED���ROY TU LEARN PLUMB-1
ing and tinsr.iithing. Apply Janus |
it\ McClughan.
ARCHITECT WISHES TO SHARE
office or desk room. State location.
Reply to Ind-x. care Daily News.
WANTED���POSITION    BY    JAPAN-
vse to work before 8 a. m. and after
7 p. m.   Apply S. S���'P. O. Box 150.
*m��� *   ��� ��� ���i ���������' ��� *************************
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist in light housework. No cooking. Apply Mrs. Laker, 109 Columbia street, Sapperton.
BURNABY���Two lots close to store I gftld ,um should be raised on the
and tramline. Price $300 each; 'CTem 0f the corporation, and that de-
terms '��  cash and $10 per month,     [bentures   or   registered   stock   eertifi-
LANGLEY-80   acres   N.   >;  of   S.E.'"1*"'   8hould     b0    issued     for     lbat
********* amount:
And   Whereas,   for the  payment   of
interest on the debentures or register-
'.   of Sec. 10, Tp. 10;  some clearing.     Price   $35   per   acre;   terms],
$1,300
years.
cash,   balance   1,   2   and
Delta Fruit Farm���Ten acres on Scott
road, close in. good house and barn,
250 bearing fruit trees. Price $4,	
Good terms.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTKD���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.   B. Abrams. Mgr.
WANTED���WAITER OR WAITRESS.
Apply J, this office.
WANTED -- FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms. Apply Box B. News
offlce.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
house work Apply, Mrs. A. E. Kellington. 501 Queen's avenue.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE 35 1-2
acres of good land at Lincoln station, Langley, for Westminster city
property. Value $3000. Apply B. C.
Securities. Ltd., Dominion Trust
Offices. Columbia street, New West-
minsier.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room 8, Thompson B!ock.
Phone 629.
Four Lots in Sapperton; 150 yards
from car. $5��0: $25 cash, balance
$lu per month.
Corner Lot, f!0xl24; slashed; facing
down hill; level, view, close to
new sch oel, Sapperton. Price ,5*��,
on terms.
Ten acres of tke best fruit land: \_
acres cleared: 2 acres slashed, burned and legged eft; 3 reemed heuse,
barn, peultrv runs; small fruits.
Fronting ������ Seett read and clese
to car.    Only $1000, ��n terms.
i ed  stock  certificates,  proposed  to  be
I issued under this Hylaw. and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of  the  said  debentures  or  registered
i stock certificates when due. it will
be necessary to raise by special rate.
In   addition   to  all   other   rates.   I ach
I year during the currency of the said
debentures or registered stock  ce.ti-
���' ficates, the sum of Seven Thousand.
Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-100
($7,590.32) dollars;
And Whereas, in order to raise1
the said yearly sum of Seven Thousand. Fire Hundred and Ninety and
32-100 ($7,590.32) dollars, an equal
rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the w
on the 14th day of July, 1910, between
ti e hours of nine o'clock a.m. snd fire
,,-m at the following places, nam tly:
The Council Chamber. Civic Building;
tne Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
-
w
DUNCAN,
City   t'l
>rk.
Hal
June 11, 1910.
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR   REGIS-
ISTERED   STOCK  BYLAW,   1910.
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
Corporation   cf  the   City     of     New
Westminster   to   raise   Dy   loan   the
sum of Ninety-seven Thojsand, Five1
Hundred     ($97,500.00)     dollars    for;
School   Purposes.
Whereas the Hoard of Scliool Trus
^^^^^^tees of the I'ity of New Westmln
hole rate- have caused to be prepared and | be'V.Eid'aiinually by special rate as
lng to advance tbe same on the credll I
of the debentures or registered Btock
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sura or sums of money not exceeding
In the whole the sum of $97,500.00, und I
in cause the same to be paid Into the
treasury of the Bald clt) tor too purposes mentioned herein.
. . ll shall be lav, ml tor the Mayor
to cause any number ol debentures
or registered Btock certificates to bu
made, nol exci eding In the �� bole the
sum of $97,500.00 tor such sums ol
money as may bo required, nol less
than $100.00 i aro, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds Bterllng of the
United Kingdom of Croat Britain and
Ireland at a value ol 4.866 to the
pound Bterllng; and all inch debentures or registered stork certificates
shall be bi aied with the Beal of the
corporation, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned by the treasurer there
of, or by such other person Ol' pei sons
as mav be thereunto lawfully author-
lied.
;i. The snld debentures or registered
stock certificates shnli be payable on
the first day of July I960, at such
plac�� or places ss tlie Council of the,
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, sad shall benr lnter-
i st at the rate of four and one-half
per centum per annum, payable ball
yearly  on   the   firs'   day  of January
'and  the  flrsl   .In.   of July  in  each  and
every year, and ihe debentures shall
lm��e attached to the n coupons for lhe
I payment of Interest, which said cou
! pons   shall   be   signed   by   the    Baid
Mayor.
4, A special rate on the dollar Bhall
be levied and raise 1 in each yenr, ln
addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the city, sufficient
to pay  the Interest   upon  the di n-
tares or registered Btock certlflcates,
and to create a sinking fund for the
I ymenl ot the principal thi re it when
due. subject to any act or enactment
respecting ihe  same.
Subject  as aforesaid, there shall
r
EBasa
Hammocks
Croquet Sets
Pic Nic Baskets
Pic Nic Plates
Etc., Etc.
MOREY'S
665���Columbia   Street���665
New Westminster, B.C.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125   Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR. SALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
wagon.    Apply S. ti., Box 150.
FOR    SALE���FIVE    AND    A    HALF I
acres.     South     New     Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
$425   per   acre.     Apply   P.   O.   Box
256,  City.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton;   cleared  and  fenced;   close to ���
car line.    Only for sale within tht !
next   thirty   days.     Address  A.   H. ;
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR    SALE���GOOD    WORK    TEAM
(2,800 lbs. i. Sound.   Also wagon and j
harnr-?.-;   (new).    Apply  A.  N.  Mac-1
kay,  Burnaby Lake P. O., B. C.
Five acres on Scott road; pood par-
den, house, well, etc.: three quarters of a mile from car. This is good
at  .1300;  terms.
CRAIG REALTY CO.
Room   8,  Thompson   Block.
Phone 629.
KELLINGTON BROS, 9
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
able property of the City of New West-
] minster.
And  Whereas,   the  whole    rateable
property of the said city, according to
I the   last   revised     Assessment     Roll
i thereof,  is  Seven   Million.  Two   Hun-
>dred   and   Forty-nine     Thousand   and
Ten   l$7.241��nin.on)  dollars;
And Whereas, ihe total amount of
the   existing   debenture   debt   of   the
;said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and   Seventeen   Thonsand,   One   Hundred   ($1,617,100.00)   dollars,   irrespective of the sum of One Hundred and
. evenfy-four Thousand. Five Hundred
(J 174.5on.niii   dollars   proposed   to  be
raised under the "Lulu Island  Bridge
Debenture or Replstrred Stock Bylaw.
1010";   the "Fire Debenture or Registered     Stock     Bylaw,     1910";     the
| "Schools    Debenture    cr    Registered
' *toek      Bylaw.      1910,"      and      the
"Parks Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw,   1910,"  of  which   none  of  the
���principal  or interest is  in  arrears;
laid before the Council a detailed ( -
te   of   the   sums  required   by   thel
Hoard for the current year's ordinary :
expenses  of  maintaining  the  schools I
of the said City of New Westminster;
and have also prepared a like detailed estimate of the sums  required  to
meet any special or extraordinary expenses lesally Incurrable by the Hoard,
which last mentioned estimate is subject to  consideration,  alteration  and
final approval by tbe Council, and thei
game  has  been   finally  approved   by
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required
under   the   said   inst   mentioned   estimate for  schools amounts to Ninety-
Beven Thousand, Five Hundred  (|97.-
500.00)   dollars,  made  up as  follows:
Thirty-five  Thousand   ($35,000.00)  dob'
lars for the erection and equipment of i
the new Bapperton school; Two Thousand, five Hundred  (|2,500.00) dollars!
f"t the  erection and equipment of a
school on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thou-j
aforesaid, during tho currency of the
said debentuies oi registered Btock
certificates, the sum of $4,387.60 for
the payment of Inten ��� thereon, and
tbe sum of $546.20 to provide for the
repayment of the principal
6. The pio,-ieds of the sale of tbe
said debentures or registered sin u
certificates shall be applied as follows,
and not otherwise; towards paying
the cost of the pnsstnp of this Milan
and the i����ne and Bale of the said
debentures or registered stock certificates therein referred to, and all expenses connected with the Issuance
of tbe ssi-l loan, nnd the balance shall
be paid oyer from time to time as re
quired upon the order of the trustees
by the city treasurer to the several
persons to whom moneys are payable.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on
the day of 1910 a I
may be cited as the "Schools Deben
ture or Registered stork Bylaw, I
8. This Bylaw before the final | aS8
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water!
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, b c,,
'elephone  13. Office   E -������.- s.J
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\       HORSE
1     SHOEING
wood ;work, and!
REPAIRING   OF  ALL {J
KINDS
- Done At -
Benson & Mc M
At    Dick    Benson's   Old  St.
8th St., Next to Faiti   ���  L i
j
r*t************ ->���**���#���������������,
Now Therefore, the Municipal t'oun-'sand ($60,000.00) dollars for the eree-jln(,  thereof" shall  receive the assent
TO  BENT���-FU
Agnes street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
NISHED ROOM.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair avenue very
cheap; $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
South Westminster���!i acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $?������ per lot; ..cash, balance
easy. If you want a home, secure
one at oice, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market.
List your property with us. We have
the buyers if the price is ritht.
cil of the Corporation of the City ofl tion nf a High scliool.
'New Westminster eu��cts ss follows; And Whereas, by Section 40 of the
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor ''" Public Schools Act 1906, as re
of the said city to raise by way of'enacted by Section 30 of the Public
loan from any person or persons, body Schools Act 1905, Amendment Act
or bodies corporate, who may be will- 1906, any statute to tho contrary noting to advance the same on the credit withstanding, the Council of any city.
of the debentures or registered stock 'own or rural municipality In the
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any  Province   including   the   City  of   Van NOTICE.
sum or sums of money, not exceeding couver and City of New Westminster.      Talte ,.,,,,,,.,. ,ii:i, the above I.  a
in the whole the sum of One Hundred   may  in  each  and  e\ery  year  pass  a   ,.,,,., ,,,- ,;.,. proposed Bylaw which will
and Fifty Thousand  ($150,000.00)  dol- Bylaw or Bylaws fur levying aspecial   .���.   taken   Into consideration   by   the
lars, and to cause the same to be paid  iar" "f ������r>i more than Live 16) mills  Municipal Council of the City of New
into the treasury of the said city forjon tht' dollar for scliool purposes, and. Westminster one month from the date
of the electors of tlie Bald city in the
manner required by law.
Koi, :w ; the assent of the eleel  i
on the day of
Reconsidered and finally passed in
open council the day of
1910.
the purposes mentioned herein.
the  Council   may   in  addition   to  such
Ihi
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply MS, Milton s'reet.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. H.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
TO   LET ���UNFURNISHED   THBEE
rooms;   electric   light.     Apply   2::. j
Eleventh street or 74G Columbia St. '
TO   RENT.
TO LET���TIIE BASEMENT AND;
���store in the K. P. block; suitable!
.for store rooms, skating rink, or
amoving pictures, etc., etc. For par-
itJcuJars apply to John Forrester.
Bee. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
stieet. City.
TO RENT���AN BROOMED HOUSE
tt Seventh street. Apply Wilson,
Cook & Co., Northern Crown Bank
ib.ii ding.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders
The   Arrow
We have a buyer for a 6-room house;
modern: not above Sixth avenue.
Terms, $5u0 cash, balance monthly.
Lulu Island���Lot 26; near the bridge;
containing one acre. Price only
$2,000.
Corner Columbia  and  BeflWie  Streets.
Phone 880.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   E8TATE.
Columbia    St.,    Noxt    Todd's    Music
House���Phone   703.
For Sale���5-roomed cottage close in;
large lot. Prico $2,500; $500 cash.
Balance on  very easy terms.
For Sale ��� 5-room cottage close in.
Price $12:.00; $300 cash; balance to
suit purchaser.
We have some real good snaps in
house property. Call and see us
about  them.
"it shall be lawful for the Mayor '^ apply any portion of the ordinary
to cause anv number of debentures or revenue to school purposes,
registered  stock  certlflcates    to    be ���"*������*���  Whereas, it   appears that  the
made, nol exceeding in the whole the amount required to meet the current
sum of one Hundred and Fifty Thou- year's ordinary expenses of maintain
sand   i $1511.0110.1101   dollars,   for   such | in8   the   schools   will     exhaust     the
sums of money as  mav be required, amount authorised to be levied und-;
not   less   than   $100.00   each,   or   an Section 40 of the Public Schools  Act
near The Daily News Co.,
Street.
at
Press
G09 Victoria |
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   ESTATE.
equivalent expressed in  pounds sterling of the  United  Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.866
to   the   pound  sterling;   and  all   such
debentures  or  registered   stock   certificates  Khali  be  sealed  with  the  seal
'of   the   corporation,   sijsed   by     the
! Mayor   and   counterslgaed     by     the
| treasurer   thereof,   or   by   such   other
porsoi   or  persons  as  may  be  thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates, shall bo payable on
[the   irst  day  of  July,   l��fl��,   at  such
! place or places as tho Council of tho
Isaid   corporation   mav   from   time   to
time appoint with the approval of the
soldors thereof, and shall  bear inter-
1 est at the rnto of four aid one-half per
cestom per annum, payable half yearly on the Hint day of .Isasary and the
first   day  of  July   la  each  and  every
| year,   aid   the   debeittires  shall   hnve
'attached to them coupons for the payment of interest,  which said coupons
shall be signed by the said Mayor.
4. A Bpeclal rate on the dollar shall
be levied and raised In each year. In
addition lo all other rates, on all the
i rateable property of the city, BufRciem
ito pay the interest upon the debentures or registered stock certlflcates
iand to create a sinking fund for the
I payment of the principal thereof when
Bi05. as re-enacted by said Section
30 of the Public Schools Act 1906,
Amendment   Act  U'0<5.  and   il   will   be
necessary also to apply a ]>ortioo of
the ordinary reyenuo for such par-
poses.
And Whereas, it appears that if the
said sum of $!��7,50O.fln be appropriated
from tho general reyenue of tho city
for tho current year, the rate of taxation will be excessive, aad it is ex-
podiont thnt such excessive taxation
should bo avoided, and the said sum
should bo raised on tbo ciodlt of the
corporation, and that debentures or
registered stock certificates should be
.ssmos"  for that amount.
And Whereas, for tie payment of Interest on the debentnren or registered
stock certiflcntes promised to bo issued under this Bvlaw, and for creating a sinking fund for tho payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock certificates, when due, it will
he necessary to raise by special rate,
in addition to all other rates, each
year during the currency of the said
de),ent in es or legistered slock certificates the sum of .our Thousand.
, Nine Hundred and Tbirty-thre
���70-100   ($4,933.70)  dollars;
of the llrst publication then of In thi
"Daily News" newspaper, which first
publication took place on the 13th day
of Juno, 1910, and that a vote of the
electoi a ot I be city ��ill be taken on
the said proposed Bylaw on the 14th
day of July 1910, between the hours
of nine o'clock am. and flve p.m., at
the following places, namely: The
Comncll Chamber, civic Building; the
Hre Hall, Sapperton; and the Water-
works Storehouse, Eleventh street.
W. A. DUNCAN.
t'lty Clerk.
City Hall. Juno 11, 1910.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster
having by resolution determined and
specified that It is desirable to carry
out the following works, that ls to
say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks on both sides of Tenth stieet
from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue.
except on the east side of said sireet
between Sixth snd Eighth avenues,
also on both sides of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Hamilton eireeis,
Eighth and Seventh avenues between
Tenth and Twelfth streets.
And that the said works shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General  Hylaw,  1909.
And the City Engineer and City As-
and | sessor havlni; reported to the Council
j In  accordance  with  the  provisions of
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If vou deposit your n  i ��� ;���'
safety in The Bank ol
lt will  be safe  wl lie
lt, and ready whi D you I
and  It   wlll he
AllTheTime
earning for yon three **�� f,;"
interest Small or large ?-:n5
may be deposited at any time.
in
80
Ontario
CAPITAL
REST   ...
BRANCHES
Quebec   and   the
West.
 $4,000,000
. 4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C'
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
-,������������
dav.
���Take
��� tlie'
to
i';"   .'���i:i  Pal
I
1,1"'���'
iei
And Whereas, in order to raise thel the     said     bylaw     upon     the     said
ssld yearly sum of $4,933.70, an equal | works, giving statements showing the
Columbia     St.,     Next     Todd's
House���Phone 703.
Music
Westminster ! f
Transfer Co,
offlce
Phone  185.      Barn  'PUoue 131
Columbia Street- j
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of Va* city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Vz   to  25   H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle,
|of. Is Seven Million. Two Hundred and
'Yirty-nlno   Thousand   and   Ten     ($7,-
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
V.
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
special  rate on the dollar will  be re-
] due, subject to any act or enactment quired to be levied on the whole rate-
respecting the same :ilhl('  property of   the   City   of    New
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall   Westminster.
ihe raised annually hy special rale as.    And   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable
jaforesaid, during the currency of the  property of the said city, according to | and City Assessor having been adopt
said dehentures or registered    stock I the last revised Assessment Roll there-
certificates, the sum of Six Thousand.
: Seven  Duudred and  Fifty   ($6,760.00)
dollars for the payment of the inter-  249.C10.00)   dollars;
lest  thereon, and  the  sum  of    Bight     And  Whereas, the total  amount  of
j Hundred and Forty and 32.J..0  ($K10.-i tiie   existing   debenture   debt   of   the
i 32)   JoliarB  !o  provide   for   the   pay, iBald city is One Million, Six Hundred
;tte.it of the principal. \���\ %"*?���� J^?nVf^  0jJQ   liw'
I (1. The proceeds of the saie of tW\iv~ |��1.W,100.00) dollars, irrespec-
said debentures or registered stock tive of ...* ��Um of Two Hundred and
certificates   shall   be   applied   as   fol- i Twenty-seven   THCWanO   (.22, ,000,00)
:iows,   and   not   otherwise:   towards dollars proposed to he  raised undei'
| paying the cost of the passing of this'the "Street Improvement DebentUl'C Or
Jiylsw and the issue snd sale of the| Registered Stock Hylaw, 1910;" thd
debentures or registered stock certl ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
flflStes  therein  referred to, recouping j Hylaw, 1010;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
llijo,"   and   the   "Park:-,   Improvement
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���I.N���
E DAILY        NEW
TENDERS will be received on    or
.before   Thursday,   dune   2'.'.,   for   the
���erection   and  completion   of  proposed 	
New Masotflc Temple to be erected on I ���I.N��� I said   debentures  or  registered  stock
Agnes street, New Westminster, B.C.  T HF       dailv       new s certificates ftave become available, th��
Plans and specifications can he oh-1 lnt        u��iuy        eitw  o  maTclnK,  Improving and  repairing    of 	
tateed   from   the  architects,     Messrs.! ,  'such streets a.id sidewalks in the city N��W  Westminster enacts as follows
Gardiner    &    Gardiner,    Westminster I" las may be deemed expedient  by  the      1. If Bliall bo lawful for the Mayor
'Trusl  Building   New Westminster, Lever Brother*, Toronto* Will send you   council, but no siWewalk or street shall i of the  Mid  city  to raise  by  way  of
The lowest in- any tender will not ! tree a cake  of their famous Plan toi .be made or repaired out of the moneys jloafffrtWl any person or persons, body
nrctws-'t.ly'be acceptel j toilet soap, if .vou mention  this paper 'borrowed under thfa Bylaw unless Uie or bodies corporate, who may be will-
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
properly to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
ed  by  the council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports nro open for Inspection
at the Ofiice of the City Asiessor, City
Hall, Columbia street. New Westminster, B.C., and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the owners of tho land or real property to be .gffeSB.fl or charged In rt-
fcpfct of such works representing al
leest. one-half In value thereof Is presented  to the  Council  within  fifteen
the  treasury   of  the  city   such   sums'
as  ha"*e been  this year expended  In I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Ida.s from the date of the flist puMI
"Fire Debenture or Registered  Stock | c4flon of this notfeo Tne Council will
proceed  with  the  proposed Improve-
street \torks, or may he so expendedIDebenture or Registered Stock Hylaw,
until the proceeds of the sale of the f 1 ftin." of which none of the principal
or   registered   ��tock|or Interest is in arrears.
Now Therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation  of the City of
ments under wi. Mi terms and condi
tlons ns to ihe {Mtytnenl of the cost
of such Improvements fi. the Council
may by by-law in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated this  9th   day  of  June.   A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Date of  first   publication,  the   10tb
day of June, 1910.
W' B
���   '
I pei
���
Ithe "Land -
\
Mice
iteat or
WW
on
The
A*
cross-
White Star-Dominioi1
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900 tons.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tons.
largest and most, modern
comtnodation equal to any
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
NOTICE!
TO REAL ESTATE MEN
��� marW
My property is taken off:
until  further  notice.
JOHN' JAMBS
Sapperton,
EFFORT
B. C
BS
I
���\ti'
I JUNE
17
1010.
hwii0 to
r     n REGISTRY  ACT
, and h   __, ________���
LA       ^7n application has
Dumcan  '���' ��
undei
b U"VS o*ner in '��\r~A* wilmot
'SHr/w!*1 Beii
T��* , of ll-vK':",,e   13th   day   of
_-���'.,   , ',';���  und  singular
H.JJ   18      '     ; tl:,e,   of  land
-    tsli   ; ylng and being
��� j Westminster,
IK\ ���   British   Columbia.
ft/UlU and descrih
parti'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
FINDS   POWER   ONLY
AN   EMPTY   BAUBLC
eglster
,.uiaae !:.'���,:,.;��� fee Bimph;
���-ill!
itilheaKt
1(.softhe��o       ^^
nfltt is   TownBhlp   i,
!,!efol B��tion ��,   ��
,   29,*fBl '  , inlng through or
'te    ' ",nSe cl persons  claiming
hiiian.
CS^^awIana by virtue
I ,   ,���,  interest   n
5��. cut, whose title
I ,   tne provisions
fc ,.,;.���,,.,e.uiv
"-Lbb'..        ,     ol the tax pur-
to cone , ,,,vs frtm the
flthl��f*VV���a!-catloii  "f  this
ttottW ,,, default of a
,.    ..     ,,...ens
i;,., leriod, or in
',.      I*" r.ffor3 re��istra
J yen wiy be for
,.,: ......I Torn set-
,    , o   I. -   '���
-
?e. 'And
icsp^ct of]
l  Bha-l    reglstei
Hall a- owner  thereof
, 0  i��� tbat pub-
30,,,   tro for thirty days
,., piblishedin
���     '  '
..;:: In
i,.' j ood   ''!'!
New
BUfflC-
Asbtiry   Park,   N.J.,  Juno   IG     11
Fort, of   New  j. rsey, addi i    i i  tin
Dutch   Reformed   Synod at
Park this afternoon.    He  was Intn -
dined  as  an   undismayed,    unn
BtrUCled   and      lllllei tilled      Dutc
and spoke bi lefly and | ave li
opinion,  founded  on  expi
power and  fame    were    but
baubles.    He praisi I  the --.ood
I oi New .1. .     . Park i nd the
tii .a Koulo'.atd and     Id
I paid  more  pi r capltu  for t
tion  of   it a  ' ti 11 cli en  lhan  i ti
state in the union,
The   govei nor    also    pi     ��� d    !
preachei       Hi     aid tl lukl    bo
��� ood pro iclu ��� '  '       dors, good
organlzei u ca      ood
gltjtb. 8 and exj eet to i-
-.ie  .
"I would rati er have thi  ci
of  I he  kin I  ol   i    n   represented  ',,
youi    PreBldei        I ��� d,  than
recelvi    llu      ipport ol   any  other
fluenci "
Ke; .    ible he said then
a pi opoi tion   of  murders
in the Clnlti ban
try in Eu   pi he 	
ence ol  I p ilatlon.
'Our   greal Id the
ernoi It la tin
bai e ol nd the minis!
i an   perform i
��� mankind  than ipon  thi li
coi     ��� turn to tl
the old
time."
APPROVES ACTION
GIRL   14 YEARS  OLD
TIRELESS   PEDESTRIAN
dore Eyres, Fresh
From Centre of Empire,
Gives Interesting Opinion.
to
in-
Miss Eleanor Seats, society girl, noted athlete,  crack  tennis  player  and
!    |   , , email   de   luxe,   is   supposed   tO
'excel m all testa of strength, endur-
and  .,,,���. any   girl of Boston
8a       rhe   Uoston   Traveler.    Among
other Boston glrU who have
�����d her, however. 1.  KtaeMUdied
H   ii, Ikuap, a tourtei n-year-old fiesn-
,,,:,, of  tin-  Dorchester  High school.
: .; all, none regretted more than
l,o fact thai Miss Eleanor���recent,
, i  to cover an attempted distune* H<    I" <i!,> Hours out n.
So   Mildred   Bet  out   to
bring the honor of accomplishing  - ie
I    ,  back i" Boston.
navy of their own," said Commodore               -   Wred !��� ��� young   ady with
C.   .1.    I'....      thl                                                                      "���|  ,,      a  nn,il.Ha.  not
"  S what  Ml      Bi hoped
ako chs ,;    B;  ���   ���     '    - .     *  .'.'   I    ,   ^   ,       ,,,.;,
Mgan(l i, fresh from *?. center^,       9�� �� iftwo tu.   makln
'    tance   of   108   miles  in    JJ>^
or two hours better than M ss
' would 1 ; done had i he sue
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6. Gulchon Building.
Phone  681
CITY     OF      NEW
SANITARY
WESTMINSTER
NOTICE.
A. C\MPBELL HOPE
Architect nnd Engineer.
HOPE  &   BARKER.  Archlti i
New   Westminster���Vancouver.
Phone frr
All rubbish and garbage musl be
removed to the foot ol sist.'-piitfi
itreet and Fifth avenue, where it win
he burned i>\ ti *��� coi poratlon.
\n\ i arson or pei bod i *\ ho dump*
garbage or rubbish of any kind <n>
any other street or avenue or on any
lane,   vacant   lot   or   public   property
will    be    pi ���    e. 11 ted    nnd   1     the    provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
Bj  Order, 8. .1   PEA.RCE,
Sanitary  Inspector
City  Hall, June 13, 1910.
Vli
men
prove the
���
mill-
in   l-.ie. iand ap-
...                           ill goV-
undi   '            to   1 B
said ( o
JACKSON
PRINTING
  In   d
iributed to
I
Une
'   i
d Registry Office,
,. ,   .,' BrlUsI
0  .  of  April
,    s   KEITH,
1 jftrlct  Reg     ��� '
ment Loan ft Bar-
87-YEAROLD  THIEF
DOESN'T WANT LIBERTY
1
ne HI      ���
��� ,   in   the   Western  pen
I' nhVi'mer   Bro*
lef<lG' man; J. W.
Ltd .
Hew
eai     n     ue   ��i       e
entlary 1 eai       Petei Zlm-
Snydi ��� a
old, tod        I    Zlmi    i
pent the greater ]
in pi
Hc declares he
lhe Empire, wl I Can
ada ., i il
. msld-
��� iath a hue- i no ��� ma
ture tl ten,
"li  ii  v. this
hest ] et I    in
i      i .        continued
t I   .e  been  better to 1    it
���     - ip       i of i    ney
nl In the i ild i    in
where  the  probl fa   aa\ y
SO
i         howevei talt
,   .-.                y   i            i best
out tin :  the
i   ���          ', nd the
Di          ... have
t to a full    en       I  llu i    , unities ! i hat
now being taki :
u an active interesi
by l      only p             >r i it hy
.   ���    o  lng  It.    in  'i.i .  wa; ���   be-
ly a       luted w itli
,e to bi   ovi r-
I     111   e.
'.'. - all, the m iking of a navy or
oeedi >! in her Belf-appolnted Btunt
Shi   starti .1 on Saturday. after din
ei   ing  Doi cheater at  2:16,   -  d
d to Walpo'e and returned, After
like a top all uli hl f he sl  rl
i l out   and  went   to  Hull  an 1  came
Then   she   had   covered   twice
' wo   mill B.    Then  she'  went   oul
li Iway   and   the   Mills  and   ba U
i New ipaper Row. thirty Bix milt
i i    | mi ���   I  da '    wot i. was on Sun-
f,ben she walked trom si-- in the
morning till six at night, making ti rt,-
Her  father accompanied
Estimates
of
Thomson
CORRECT
STYUSH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any
job   Printing
Kind
phene
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
i ������ notice that Simon Henry
t llowi a of Vaneou\ er, B. C, occupation, bulldln; In pei tor, Intends to applj tor pi i mis sion i i pui chai e the following de iei ibed lands:
< on,!, encli     at a  post   planted at
the S. E. point  ol' a small island I> iu;
in channel between Granite island and
Nelson island. thence northerly, Westerly, Boutherlj and easterly, along the
shore to ihe place of comn em emi nl;
lontalning 10 aci es more or i-
8IMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Per JOHN  P.  BAGOS;
\prll 20, IfllO, Ageit*.
i     ��� she says about
������
' ���      \iul he
"I fei 1 Just line, and honestly 1 covered   a   lot   more  dlstani e  than   you
II  out,    it  waa torevei  leaving
oadB after wild flowers and cl ab-
li       quirrelB.    it   is  such   great   tun
, nnd  i ui h   : l   i xen Ise,  too     I be-
\ -a- a  walking  with i apa  and  mai
ire both good walkers, an l have
I frequently   taken   long   walks   bi I    6
i .;   ago  Memoiial  Day  1  walked
fort;   e-.en   miles  to  Pro-,Idence  and
; a bit fatigued.   But the bulllest !
trip of all was  last   August, when  I1
v all ed to Portland, th< n o\ er tin ough
tl '��� White mountains to H< anik tr, N.
vhich took me twelve days.   And
taasiarj
H. C. Mark & Sons    '
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Manufacturers or the bread
thai is making New Westminster tamous. Also choice cakes,
cookies and candles. Our obliging drivers wl I be ii oi e thai
pleased to call.    Phone 435.
Irldges.
i
etc    Plans
'
��� I v.
���
���
���
declares he IB going to Colum-j thePdlngc ��J j��|
C^rtender.  for,brr, ;       spirit
UF;  ���'���'   iSedbytheun. *    .,','.' 'P*
| ' an'd , BO back to stealh ,  ftSLt ��
y,   �� -      .yyyyr-y^
fc ---* ���KS-aji 7i .. :,;=v;
������
e     ill
-
W. RICK
Teaming and
pressing.
Ex-
DEALER IN
GOODING  CHARGED WITH
GOC
NT
1 '  ���
',.
���
^rmmm^rn.
���
MILLION POUiJDS OF
FRUIT TO BE EXPORTED
thi    '
I
ted     any
f      of Mo
ar ,- r,
This  Is   .
i , ���.   o   t r ul t,   ' i      <
cars of truit to tl -;.    w.  E.
; iter ol ilturi
toi
- will I
be, b hat they wi
1
���
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
P RAILWAY CO.
EFFECTIVE   SUNDAY.   JUNE   5.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Com I   ���        I     lumjt
and Tram    ��� .1 No. 91; ai
New '������ ter 7:43.
9:10���With   No.  2 going i
conni ctlon I      Nicola    nd I
Kootena;      0 and
is;    arrh in ;    New    \'.
16:25���'. Ith I tot   '
points, Sumas and St, ;
���  Instei   :
19:35���With No. P6 Transcont nen
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take itollee 1 hat Ah -audi i McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia^
occupation contractor, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate ahout. four ill chains from Timber limit No. '���',*-,'::.',, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and east*
erly around the shore al low tide
to place of commencement, containing;
four   acres,   more   or   less
ALEXANDER   McLENNAJ*.
J. P. BAOGS, Agent.
March 17. 1910.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6   Westmln ter Trust  Building
New Westminster. B. C.
Phone  661 Residence  Phone  133
p. O.  Box 395
Phone 73C
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
A���   jobbing   PtompUy   Attended
Colonial  Block
T
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Uprlver  Landings
The New Sternwhce'er
fe   57 PAYSTREAK
1
including t^^^^^^^^^_
'     :  ;   ' '  ��� I  '��� "carloads, o
_________________________
 .^t,1Pirs. ..    .,    ; turning arrive wesumu^.
19:35���With  No. 96 tinen-      Leaves Bracjui��ui-o.��.	
I trains ti Ion, ] my's wharf, Ni      Westminster, with
"���. " y.e   l from  i Ive   New   W I  taves New Wi        nster T
���
r'"   -'      " n< "rnrfSHI   rT     A   .rnt    r     P     R
ere   will   be  some   small! ED GOULET, Agent^C.J'. R.
FrV-
Van-
ui-  ion
-
1 CR   BRANCH,
;�����������������������������������������������������������*'���
t i
: Everyi
t
��� in.*   "^^^^^^^^^^B
but
::���;
: Big
|! But tl:
���
I:'
1
J
i   GOULI
C P.R. A-
'J |: Price
1   A>
���
���
'     I
���
not thinnii
ut, 1 I of the
< t the
-  ���>M.-ort  one mile  Gulf as mver Ialai
splendid.    All the tree      ��� ���   :      i   I     |
and   the   _ row(   s     shoul 1    i-j     , ���-..
make  money if they can  secure  the
WILI
AN|MAL3 Al   LAR
'
New
Wellington
Ci    -
I
, ,    ,,-n the h
m  brand!  nnderwearl
Display   in Our   Window-
ft!
.   |
ne h       cl
hyet and   ;mi  ibex
i nt.
^^^^^^Bre
CANADIAN PACIFIC
BlCoastSS. Sailings!
On nnd after June 5.
STEAMSHIPS   PROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    D lly
 t    !���  lly
TO   SEATTLE.
Thui sd iy and I     a. m.
Leavei   !. r   Wedm Bday,
, ��� ���'   . ittnlay  at   T ^^M
First Class Passenger Accorr,mod3tior>
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd,
New  Westminster.
NOTICE!
Until further notice this
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
a. Utr
Several circus ensured
. v�����   m   .save   the    fruit 1.0:00 a. m.
necessary   laboi    to   save   t ;1; ,,,,
whU    ���   .       iy^some districts  11:30 p.m.
SrisgUodSbTityto get men  at  any 1
price
ii  lly
���
:00
MONDAY
JUNE 20
' --��� ������?��3>-tt
Zee
*    . -   - -, . i t
,':":./; i\: iAstJa.
HARRV TIDY, Manager.
MONDAY
JUNE 20
Royal Bank ci Canada
New Westminster.
F. Shute, Mgr.
EUGENE BROWN} ONE
. COMPANY
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front
~a   uiberdasher.
Clothier   and    Haoe
618 Columbia  Street.
Wm
Merry-Musical   NIGHT
P. Cullen's  Sumptuous  Presentation ot
The  AU  Laughter  Musical Comedy
,   UrnTYi coven to nine o'clock
  Sat irday
TO   NANAIMO.
TO" UNION   AND'COMOX.^
00n*m.:Th'urVdaVB"and Saturdays
,l"'     TO   ALASKA.
Every Saturday
11:00 P^ PR.NCE  RUPERT.
r.a.Y Thurs av and  Sat.
nTO Stewart (Portund Canal).
TO STLw��n Thursday
U:00 p.m    ���      'V(,.v  westmln-
I *���* Im Monday, Wednesday and
''J9!���     1��t��     Chilliwack,8   f-tn.
?uleS.   TSar   ��d   Saturdays,
For patUoula^. jggMJk
A sent. New WMtminster.
C   B. FOSTER,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
i
J.
NEWS0ME&SONS
Painters, Paperhangers.
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
Foot of Sixth.
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New Westminster lo Ne�� Westminster
.mm Via
Steveston ond Vancouver
Str TRANSFER
��ir# p   _. dally except 1
Take  notice  that *^\8U      ,tone.
of Vancouver   B, C, oecup ijssion
-tt::irSr1t��^iwi,iSpdescribed
,aSmmenelng at ^jfJffHttl
tte southeast point of a stnau
- VI
the southeast poim. ui �� . . -
I Revised, Retuned, Fresh from 5 Months Chicago Triumph ^��*^��iu|tayjgi o^Ngon
���ixrTru southerly   and    easterly,    alon.    the
-WITH shore to the place ot commencement;
Brackman-Ker
on 8atu
whart at
for Steveston  an<
.,  p_  m. daily
w;,v points
Saturday
and
.day  for  Steveston  auu       - ^-.
A Delightful Trip for $1&U
111:1'
HC
F.lcc-
TieUets at B.  C. ES. B. ticket office ^^^Z Va^
Wc cars leave Steveston every hour   ton the
ver.
^   .**  River Canneries, Vancou
See the Famous Fraser  Hiver       ^ aftornoons. ��1-
Hound trip tickets to Steveston. batu.
RICHARD F. CARROLL
,   *    Prettie.., S��"����*. **&>**.CU'"""  ��
an<1 '      "Srly Girl." ever o,g.ni��i-
!SNow mi &tfr*
Sea* on Sale at Tid/s Fiorist Store, WdV. J-1*
southerly   and    easterly,    hiuu.    the
shore to the place ot commencement
containing 6 acres more or less.
JAMES BATEMAN.
Applicant.
^^^^______KrOHN F. BAOOS.
April 20, 1910. ^^^^^___|    Agent
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make-
Your  Chickens  Lay.
I Central Meat Maitet
^ BOWELL & ODDY
Pay-roll at Crows' Nest
Fernie.^une 1^-TBe^^y    o^^for
the Crow's Nest Pass --it*-
If  there  are  forty  people. In  New
W^trsterwhowanttohuyaj^
"Crow's Nest Pass u�� ^STa'lStTS��S? ^B   W6ek  ** ���tXZ.
per day.
it.
RIH. PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE
17,
The Daily News
WALKED  /"(CROSS   ISLAND.
Michael King Sauntered Seventy-Eight
Miles in Three Days.
~. ,,,���., '    Victoria, June  l>>.���Michael    King,
fUUUhet! by Tne Daily New. Publish-1    vj �� ln'tereBted. ,��� coal  ()|1(,raIi���lls
im* Company, Limited, at their ollices,   at ipaku, an)j wa8 supposed to he mar
NICARAGUANS   ARE
DESERTING
MADRIZ
~sss^s____^^
jg____~mWm\
Corner   of
McKenzie
Streets.
and     Victoria
C A.   Palfle Managing  Director
FRIDAY,  JUNE   17,  1910.
ooned at that point, the Bteamer Tees
being unable to effect a landing because ol tlio roughness of tlie weather
Borne weeks ago, is in the city.   He
footed   it   across the Island, travelling
Beventy-eight miles over an exceedlng-
j ly heavy country,  broken hy swollen
! streams, in less than three days. Apart
j from the difficulty of tho going, the
trip was uneventful, bar the killing of
| a bear.    Mr. King is most optimistic
over the enterprise with which he la
identified.
New Orleans. June 16.���Hi. lit members nf the crew ui the Madriz gunboat Venus, wuo arrived here today,
said that residents of western Nicaragua are leaving their homes by
thousands.   They admitted thai they
had heard tales of I'll, htfnl. barbarity
at Managual, the Madriz capital. According to some of the stories, hundreds of persons were thrown into
Jail and many women among the prisoners were subjected to indignities.
THE    PREMIER'S   VISIT.
We have
Che strong
respondent,
the taking
not  the  least  doubt that
plea  entered  by  our  cor-
Mr. George  Kennedy, for
of Immediate steps  to sc-
An Unwelcome Guest.
Nanaimo, June 10.���An unhidden
and unknown guest gained surreptitious entrance to the Richardson resilience ai an early hour this morning.
The house is at present occupied by
Strathcona Holds Many Shares.
London, June 16.���Lord Strathcona,
it is announced. Is the holder of 2,0_0
shares of Hudson's Ray company's
shares, and bis'daughter, Hon. Mrs.
Howard, hoi Is 2.026 shares.
��.ure the inclusion of New Westmln-;
ster in tlie Itinerary arranged tor Sir j
Wilfrid Laurler's visit to British Columbia, will meet with universal support in this part of the country. That'
(the Itoyal City should have been omitted or passed by In making the arrangements for the Premier's visit
is matter for wonder and astonishment For this city Is surely in every
way as important as and In no manner less interesting than any other
<:lty in the province. But N'ew Westminster is also the oldest city in British Columbia, as well as its original j
capital, and as the centre of an expansive, well populated and fertile
tract of county possesses as a district,
politically, commercially ancl socially,
_ considerable significance in the far
west. The future of the Royal City
too is big with promise and it is
mot too much to say that no place in
this province enjoys a more brilliant
outlook, lt is because there is this
appreciation of our city's potential
position, not only among her own citizens but over the whole Dominion
and indeed the great American continent, that it seems to strange that
arrangements have not been made tor
Sir Wilfrid Laurier to visit New
Westminster.
To view the circumstance from another point. A clay spent in New
Westminster could not he without
profit and interest to the Premier himself. He would tind here a great deal
that would both please and astonish
iiirn in the change from the modest
place lie saw sixteen years ago and
the imposing city of today, with its
many signs of industrial activity, and
the numerous indications of a wonderful measure of development in the
near future which are present in all
directions. Then also, to a mind so:
quick to grasp the significance of
things, the great commercial value
jmd the national Importance of our
noble waterway, the Fiaser, would
certainly not be  lost.
Many thousands of people in the
:\"ew Westminster district are already
looking forward to Sir Wilfrid Lau-
rler's visit to the west as offering
them an opportunity of joining In a
right loyal and joyous welcome to
one whom they regard with the greatest honor and esteem. But if the
Premier fails to visit New Westminster these people will suffer very keen
disappointment, whilst it will certainly
be felt that the city has received a
slight which it does not deserve.
It is pretty clear that someone has
blundered sadly. But as the western
tour does not take place until August
there should be time to put in action
.such force of public opinion as shall
rectify tlie error and secure the attendance of Sir Wilfrid and the distinguished party by which he will be
accompanied in this city at some time
during their presence in British Columbia. We sincerely hope that the
var'ui.'- bodies aud associations, from
thfc L . icjl downwards, will at once
exert themselves to secure so greatly
io be dei-'red t consumation of the
general wish.
Aus. Richardson and her baby daughter, and when the baby was awakened
by  the  rustling In  the hall  she told
her   mother   who   did   not   think   anything of It, but nevertheless turned on
the light and to her amazement and I
horror saw a man standing in the doorway   of  her  bedroom.    She  screamed |
and he bolted Into the bathroom nnd
gained his exit by the window.    All
the windows and doois were open, owing   to   the   close   wo."her   and     the
stranger evidently  figured on  landing ;
the   family   plate   which   he   thought '
would   be  In   course  of .packing   tor
shipping to New Westminster whither ;
Mr. Richardson has been transferred
to  assume ihe   management  of  the
Royal  Bank.
Listed  on
London, June 16c
I change   has   listed
apolis.   St.   Paul   &
'Change.
-London stock ex-
$1,200,000 Minh'e-
Sault  Ste.   Mario
Narrow Gauge  bonds.
INSPECTS   RIVER   CHANNEL
New Deputy Minister of Navy Department  Begins  His Duties.
Ottawa, June I'i.���For the purpose
of making an inspection of the St.
Lawrence channel, of which he was
chief engineer for several years, G.
J. Desbarats who ls shortly to assume
ofiice as deputy minister of the navy
department, left for Montreal yesterday. Mr. Desbarats will also visit
the  government shipyard at  Sorel.
The result of the enquiry into the
damage done to the Crown of Castile j
at Cape a la Roche, ls what  the officials of the marine department expect-!
ed.    They  were  confident that    tha
channel at tnat point was flee    fiumj
boulders or other obstructions for the i
full width of 300 feet and consequent-1
ly that the vessel must have been out-1
side the limits of the channel  when !
sue strucK.
trt-l
A CARNIVAL
FOR SATURDAY
SHOPPERS
We are going to have a busy day Saturday
lng, seasonable specials have in en plckei out,-
liked down  to prices that will  make cai etui
mar
night.
-we have to have It���no  two   ways  aboul
goods that are well    known   at    regular
lei. eis get  busy.   Don't  forget to call in on
It will be worth your while.
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I   I ! 11
PLAN   NEW  SAW   MILL
FOR    NICOLA
VALLEY
Merrltt, B.C., June 16.���A large new
saw mill will in all probability be
erected by the Nicola Valley Lumber
Co at Canford. Ever since tlie old
mill was burned down nearly two
years ago the company has been oper-
i atin-? at a great disadvantage.
With 6,000 acres of timber limits
at   their  disposal   there  is  plenty   of
' material to keep a good sized mill
running for many years.   Negotiations
I are now  under  way  for the erection
I of a big new mill and one that will
meet tne future as well as the present requirements of the company, it
will be fitted out with the most modern machinery and plant and will
largely obviate the embarrassment at
present experienced through the absence of a sufficient supply of lumber.
TO LET
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Protect your valuable documents by securing a private
box in a fire-proof vault.
We pay 4 per cent on deposits, interest semi-annually.
We act as executors, trustees,
and agents. Consult us regarding insurance and loans.
An Amazing Offer in Wash Suits
RETRENCHMENT BEGINS
ON   WESTERN   RAILROADS
DOMINION TRUST CO.
LIMITED
T.   R.   PEARSON,  Local  Mgr.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
FOR ONE WEEK
FANCY   CLOCKS
AT HALF PRICE
REMEMBER THIS SPECIAL IS FOR
ONE WEEK ONLY, FROM TODAY.
The Pair
646  Columbia  Street.
We buy for cash and se,l for thc same.
VALUES   UP   TO   $10   FOR   |5
stock, either;  brand new suiniiiei  siiis, in a  choice assortment  of prettj
to charm the heart of any woul l-be purchaser.    This otter Includes
Not  last season s
coming at yles.    Enough
showing of Blue and Grey Striped Suits, several styles In plain colors,
creations  in  Indian   Head,  Reppe, and  Linen,    Don't  Hesitate.   Qet   busy
Sin for  .:>.
and   a    wi,
at    once.
e   range
Regular
.-
i
��� i ii   ���
Hosiery Snaps For Everybody
This  section   affords   exceptional opportunities to fill the needs    of all the family Saturday night.
In Lisle
and Black.
popular Bhades are
effects in this lot.
REGULAR  35c   HOSE   FOR   25c  PAIR
thread. Including   Bhades of Sky. Oxblood, Champagne
This is a Red Hot Special for Saturday, generally sold
Saturday's   price,   26c   per  pair.
REGULAR   50c   HOSE, 2   PAIR   FOR  75c
Extra fine quality in Lisle thread. Almost all
Oxblood. and Black. Embroidered, plain and lace
urday, 2 pairs for Tac.
NOVELTY   SOCKS   FOR   CHILDREN
A   new   arrival.     White   and Tan Socks  with  plaid and checked   to]
are new.   25c per pair.
BOYS'   STOCKINGS,   25c   PER   PAIR
The  Bulldog Brand, celebrated for the length of time tbey wear,
save   yourself  darning.    Special, 25c per pair.
Myrtle,    drey.   Saxe,    1
at 3 pairs for jl.00,   All   .
here, im
Regular
iludlng, '
50c pair,
an,
Al
���
Sal
ln   various  coloi : ���
n   Mime for your b
Children's Vests, Two for a Quarter
All  children's si/.es in
want  to clear them.    Lay
We've lots to choose from, and  the  [.rices
just   arrived.     A   tine   showing at   26c.
White Summer Vests.    Really excellent   value.     We've   hits   m
In   good supply now.   2 for 25c,
New Jabots and Collars
will not scare you   Bee oui       ���   Hon    ne
and ��������
���
Extra Good Towel Values
e can supply any quantity and almost any Btyle In towels.
hite,   Blown,   and   Colored  Turkish Towels,    (loo1   handy   Bize, 25c
hite Huek Towels.    Beady hemmed; rare good quality; 25o pair.
���
A Special in White Skirts, $1.50
dei
Value that cos's you $2 elsewhere.    A  limited number only.
u  flounce-,   made  from  line white cambric.   A nice full skht.
Embroidery  and  lace
iaturday's price. $1.60.
till:
________?X_____**WX23��ZmT*
Ba_UiNWVjujiAi.��i23ZL!car.iHsn^
St. Paul, June 16.���The Pioneer
Press today says that the policy of
retrenchment threatened by the railroads because of federal activity in
preventing an increase in freight rates
is being put into force and that the
plan is not. confined to this pait of
the country.
So far it has meant the laying off
of about 15,000 laborers in the Northwest. Orders have been received from
I headquarters to practically stop all
new construction work and plans for
proposed extensions have been tem-
' porarily dropped.
I     The Northern Pacific lias given or-
iders to lay off 2,500 men;   the Great
j Northern, .1,000, and the Northwestern,
, 600, according to estimates.   The Chicago,  Milwaukee  & St. Paul  laid off
between 1.000 and 1.200 the flrst part
of June.    For the present the latter
road   is  not extending  the   policy  of i
retrenchment   in   the   Northwest,     it !
I was  learned  that  the  Santa  Fe  has j
I laid  off  4,000  men  and  the  Chicago
Rock  Island  &  Pacific 1,500.
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LEES LIMITED  I
���
This Store Merits \
Your Inspection   j
Of  its  Unrivalled Assortments ofChoice Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,   *
Curtains, Draperies, Home Furnishings, and all kindred lines. *.
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���
Weekday Schedule
6:20,  <
Oars leave Westminster for Vanmuwr  at   6:60,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11  p, in
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   5:50.
and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p.  m.
Return   Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children   under  12,  36c,
Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Yam i
a.  in.  and  every  half  hour thereafter  until   11   p.  m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   8  a.   in.
every half hour thereafter until ll::to  p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion   lUtee.:   Return fare,  50c;   children. 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancoutei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a.  m. and 3:20  p.   m.     Freight  cars
couver  for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
6:50, 7:20, !
at 8
m, and
leave
Van-
fiJiS!     ���    PUZZLED.
1
r. '
We cannot claim to possess any
qualifications as specialists in street
construction or engineering, but as
ordinary individuals we confess to
Jiaving been much exercised as to the
purpose and utility of a sewer or
<clrain grating that has been placed on
Columbia street a couple of yards or
so west of the drinking fountain outside the Post Offlce. At first we as-
.sumed that the street grade sloped
.from (lie crown to the side and that
this grating was to take the water,
running in the usual lateral channel,
but we discovered that the grade falls
.southward to the center, and away
from this point.
Does this grating we  wonder play
some curious part in a special scheme
of ornament that has been devised for
the new street? Or has it something to
���do with U new method of destroying
lagless canines? A solution offered by
si wag; the other evening was that the
-ijrating  was there for the customers
���of the peanut vendor who is allowed
to  monopolise  this  corner,  to    drop
ihe shells, etc., Into.    Anyway it can-
-not be to drain the fountain for this
lias ceased to gush forth its welcome
S/.t> *&*m thirsty for many months now.
SOMETHING   NEW.
Richard   P.   Carroll  who  is  appearing this season as Walsingham Watt,
in the new version of "The Alaskan,"
and  who, by  the way, is mainly  responsible  for   the  many  good   tilings
contained   in   the  new "Alaskan,"  is
preparing a new, novel "big number"
which  will  shortly  be Introduced    in
j "The Alaskan."    The new number is
I on  the  transmission of thought���soc-
j ond sight idea.    Ladies, or gentlemen
! for  that  matter,   upon  entering    the
! theatre,   are   handed   pads   of   paper,
with the reciuest that they write any
I question they would like to have an-
' swored from the stage.
They are also requested lo careful-
' ly conceal the paper upon which the
question is written, and near the fln-
j als of tho first act, the several questions will be answered by the entire
chorus���each girl giving an answer
to one question. Mr. Carroll has so
arranged it that the several answers
will be given in song. Anna Eva Fay
has for years heen doing this "very
mysterious" stunt, and a groat deal
of Interest among the theatrical people is being taken in just how "Dick"
will put this new one of his over.
Looking for C. P. R. Melon.
London, June 16,���Traders here
say New York is responsible for the
re-cent rise In Canadian Pacigc shares,
but London is sympathetic and anticipates a melon of some kind in the
near future.
The Largest
"Open  Stock"
in all B. C.
Recent "carload" arrivals
again makes our stock entirely complete. We invite you
to walk through at your pleasure anil note the tremendous assortments. Four great
floors absolutely packed with
the best qualities money can
buy. "Quality," the best to
be had for the money, is the
key note In all our dealings.
New arrivals in Handsome
New Curtains and Draperies.
This department certainly
merits your attention if you
are thinking of refurnishing.
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE
LEES LIMITED
Successors to  Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716-718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
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a CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
t City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:16 a. m. to 11 p. m-
��� Sunday   Service���Half   hourly  between  8 a.  in. and 11  p. ni.
��� Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:26 a. m. to 11:10 P ffl
a Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 p. D-
\ B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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1
The WEMION
^SSELTONS.
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WES
Prices  in  Rings  $40  to  $400.
These  goods are the  BEST procurable In Canada, and is a pie��
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
THE
JEWELER
:
| Chamberlin's
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1 Ryall Foot Pow
j 25c per box.   Try It.
���  ���
| Ryall's Drug Store j
��� EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. *
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AV
JUNE 17, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Vi. Hi-
SPORTING NEWS
CANNOT DECIDE
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itftOUTt VICTORY
y.
Enders and
Exhibition
Reginas   Put   Up
MANY YiillMiSlEHS LAW.il
Tfl WEAR BllHIit'S WATCHES \
v''<- have for exclusive sale, lot on  Regina
"Second       i ,.. One-third i
n onths al 7 per rout..
Btreet, betwei n First
balance In 0 an 1  1-
SURREY
Unt|| Too Dark
puy
,���Sc��re'
Five
All.
It QM��"
teas a"11
lacrosse gaum'
park  this  year  the
...,,'t enders PlWjd *
vu      At tho finish the
Four   Teams   Have   Now   Entered
Contest  for  Timepieces���First
Match  on   Saturday.
One-quarter section
aa:,'. e on easy
Fiftei n acrea in
One-third cash;  bai
We  also  have
111 s   in   city.
on  lljoit.ho road ai  $200 per acre.    One-third
terms.
Si ctlon   16, B. 5, N. R, :
ince ii, 12 and ik monthi
large listings   ol b      i
\V. at $1,200 per acre.
at 7 per cent.
and residential proper-
ihu
close of
���1* l��Bt���Dlf "hi "and   tin'   score
"<t����a flve pd at
,'P unchanged ai
.lo��lM ��V!grtcTeaner than is cua-
P*9. ,t intermediate games
inwu   . ���,,. Rennie kept
k^ r""^ ami all  the tim.
�� s" ,M irs played
",;!e S'-'l'1
the
h la-
The Kangaroos, the Sapperton Juniors, tim Rovera and the Greenhorns
have complied with tbe etitiy regulations    governing    the    contest   for
Watches put up tor competition among
lacrosse players of fourteen years of
ago and under by  It. J. Hurd'e, form-
oily  managing  editor   ol   l'he   Dally
News,   and   now   owner,   editor,   publisher,   printer   aad   leader   writer   of
The   Pioneer   News,   or   Alberni,   tho
farthest  wesl paper or this continent,
games'    Other teams will enter the race to-
peepers :"'1 *",'J'tlTirl'ti��.. over-   day  and  tomorrow,  when the entries
,,. or Bbots  close.   Lord Kelvin school win have a
both Bl PI [twelve  in ths mm, auu H  is nicely
. I  ���*''     ie.���_ noihmlth   of  Boms  of  tin- other  schools  will  also!
>,l    mi il    ''       lidll'lil'iu,    "i
'    , had   hia   nose  be represented.
��� "' 1:" B  tremendous I    The drawing of opponents for the
- M ''        .  .   . . fU.r a tew   first game between the aBplrants took
. ,,'cd   iday   and   place yesterday evening in The Dally
Imi the finish       JNewa   ofiice,   when   the   Kangaroos
a .coring division h������ i'1'^-'1 ou1 '" m��et the Sappei
I   '  .,���,!  Bnv.   ton   Juniors   at   Queens   park   at   two
..I.    nil   ronii   'iii'i  ^'
_.. 1   i.��� 'o dock tomorrow afternoon, the game
to be concluded before tbe senior
match is due to commence. Fifteen
minute quarters will be played, and
tbe losers will be out of the running
for all  time, as the gamci are "sud-
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REAL   ESTATE
Limited.
INSURANCE   AND
FINANCIAL  AGENTS.
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Take Your Pick!
Hero are a few sample propositions of the many good opportuni-
Uoa I,,, profitable Investmenl In City, District and Waterfrontage
property listed with HALE BROS. <t KENNEDY, LTD.
Some City Snaps
Sapper-
advance
were
missed    by
[ .	
W.CbS.  also' missed Pear-
! ,   town   at   in-sent
*��\�� more or less spoiled
Z'oT'eomo of the sen
������s-jaisrast-*-*--"
,00 would   hand   out   advice
mt&'t at the players at all
the game    It  was very an-
���-. players and It certainly
the   rooters  were
:���..,..   a  fane   out   of   what
He best lu    ��� e Been here
I - u
The Goals.
Fitzgerald,      Re-
.    :.,  West   End,      It.
Ip'fr. Wesl End.
rter   0 smith, Reginas;
Vest Knd; Fitzgerald, Reginas.
I rter   C. Smith,  Reginas; ,
I: J
rth    Quarter���Bartlett,     West
Kenny, Regit
).. No i   ��� ���
. t Penalties���Wright, 5 minutes:
raid, i   Henry   5;  Swanson, 5;
tta<lden. B; Fli I   ���'���.   Robert-
Swans. :.
Begin is      G u y;      point,
}.���      cover] ��������� 'bun;   first
j. ���    Cotl : I    defence,
I     -, third defence, M. Turnbull;
I'-'  FU .��� ime,  Ken-
.  Gilford;    first
The   age   limit   will   be   strictly   adhered  to,  and  lf any  team  is  found
playing a member over fourteen years II
of a. e, lt  will  be debarred from the ',
in Izes.
Hilly Gifford will  referee the flrst
game tomorrow afternoon, when the i
teams will line up ln this order:
Bappertons   Goal, W. Chambers; J. i
Garrett,  A.   McKenzie,  A.  Hrown,  L.
Nelson,   11.   Johnston,  j.   Sclater,   C.
Rennle, J. Chambers, B. Johnston, E.
Cameron,    VV.    Mitchell;    spares,    D.
Huff, L. Hairy.   _.. G. Carroll is manager.
Kangaroos���Goal, Winslow Crowse
(captain); Arthur Newman, A, Owen,
!>. Diamond. J. Kills. A. Matheson, i
W, Rodgers, J. Ellis, M. Agar, G. Gilchrist, H. Fader, L. Saxton; spares,
W. Cameron, D. Boyle,
AUDITOR COTSWORTH WILL
BOOST LACROSSE AT DOME
Two Lots���Corner Richmond Street and Tenth Avenue,
ton, '-lose to proposed Burnaby Lake car line. Suhstantial
certain.    Price  $360  each.   cash.
Two Lots���Corner Major and Kelly Streets. Sapperton. One
hlock from Columbia Street car line. Lane in rear. Good level lots,
easily cleared, situation gives beautiful view, l'rice $1,400 for the
two. Terms, $600 cash, balance In 6, 12 and 18 months. For residential site, or as an Investment, a good thing.
Fraser River Frontage
40 Acres, 1,300 Feet���On Parsons Channel, near Port Kells, above
Port Mann. Price $275 per acre, or only about $8.50 a front foot.
Terms, one-third cash;   balance In 1,. 2 and 3 years at six per cent.
Two Choice Waterfrontage Propositions���At upper end of Lulu
Island, on main river, within city limits. Eleven hundred feet frontage in one. and fourteen hundred feet in the other, at about $100
a  front   foot.    For particulars  apply.
Desirable District Deals
Lots in Westminster View���A few of these rare bargains for the
bomeseeker or small Investor left. It only takes $25 down to secure a $200 residential lot in a most delightful scenic location;
within ten minutes of the city by   the   New   Westminster-Chilltwack
tram line.
80 Acres in Surrey���Within half a mile of the New Westmlnster-
Chllllwack railway and the Great Northern railway. This is a snap
at  only $80 an acre, with $2,400 cash, and balance spread over four
years.
Another Eighty Acre Pick Up���At $75 an acre, only $1,500 down,
balance in 6, 12 and 18 months, is located in Langley Municipality,
near Aldergrove, not far from the extensive Fraser Valley Nurseries.
lately removed from Burnaby. Less than a mile from the Great Northern railway and a little over a mile from the B. C. Electric railway.
Projected branch line to Nurseries will bring it closer. Would make
a fine fruit farm, or four of twenty acres. Sure thing investment to
turn over before second payment at good protit.
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BONA-FIDE
SETTLER
We have six acres good land, partly improved, 3 miles from city, 1 mile
from Chilliwack tram.
$200 Cash
Balance  1 and 2  years
Price  $1,500
White7ShUes
& Company
Private  Money  to  Loan  on  Good  Improved City and  District Security.
628 Columbia St.
741; Columbia st.
���NEW     WESTMINSTER,  -  B.    C���
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Ine. i'
���   I   i
IV st El
coverpolnt, Galbraltl
B,   Moiii-
polnt, Dig-
iMst   de-
1 l defence, Batt-
W. Sang ���������: . . en-
I  homi    It    Sang-
ad I M '���!���'..
; ��� n      inside.
Thinks   It   Best   Game
Only   Comparable
Canoeing
Invented
to   War
and
ING RINK BAN
IS ON
AT   HOQUIAM
I li      \s   the   city
���   to  i 188  an  ordin-
��� ... y   skating
-  .   Informed
I han that they
( on    dangerous
��� ill  in a law-
I the     di ���   be  enforced.
I   another   tack
an   ordinance
itlng links.
. ;���   ol   business
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Ball Game   Postponed.
'p bull l eduled  for  Bat-
''������'    ' Alerts    and    the
ry- Leafs h if  bei n postponed un-
Nay, June   ;    The Alerts could
���       n   -; ll inlay    and    tonight
^S0t SUlt  the   Maple   Leafs.
any   -   '    '
Cotsworth
but I
BASEBALL
Im
,.     ...erlcan League.
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2 L"uis
League.
Boaton-St.   Louis
York  Karnes  post
since coming to New Westminster
a few monihs ago, Citj Auditoi M. S.
Cotsworth has devel iped Into an ardent lacrosse enthusiast. "I think it
is the finest game In the world." Bald
in-, while watching tbe seniors at
; lice tbe 1 . " night "For exer-
. ������ it Is the beat game 1 know of,
1 - evei > pi lyer is al ll all the time.
There is no question  of  waiting  for
InnlngS as there  is in  cricket."
Mr. Cotsworth says thai the game
is  taking  quite   a   bold   in   England,
Where   it   Was   introduced   only   a   lew
years ago.    Tbe  players there, how-
���   ���   .  have  not   developed ~.-��<.i
degree ol skill as yet,   Mr
s.'.w only one   [an e In  England
coming here he has followed
the game very closely, and when'
Longfellow appeared on the Bell the!
other night, he at once recognized
that a new man had made ins appearance Mr. CotBWorth Is also a
ke, n obsenor tor he noticed thai
Lon. fellow was standing the ,1iard
work but poorly, whilo the others
were romping around in the pink
i condition.
The  auditor   is   so  taken   with
game thai   he  Intends, on  returning]
Io England to take some of the sticks
with blm, to Introduce al the Eckwlth
school in Yorkshire, one of the most
efficient ol the big schools In that
part of England,
"it   is  remarkable,"  remarked   Mr.
Cotsworth.  "that  the two  best   names
been produced by Indians." and
Hale Bros. & Kennedy
LIMITED.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND TIMBER.
I     Only Three Lots Left     |
: 2nd Street New Sub-division |
Merchants
Telephone
Bank   Building,   corner
No.  335.
of  Columbia   and   Begbie
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Streets.
B.   C.
Additional Locals Ij
a
Peter Peebles
Columbia   Street.
Phone 307.   ���
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A lire broke oul yesterday evening
in a barn belonging to Joseph Reichen-
bach, at the rear of bis residence.
Eighth street. Fire halls Nos. 1 and
IU responded. The blaze was mastered
I before much damage had been
only a small quantity of hay
burned.
social
done.
beitif
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Quick Settlement of Fire  Loss
Phone  714.
of
the
have
coupled  with
tonlshed   bis
wat-ciliioeii' !
lacrosse   hi
bearer   by
rather as-
mentloning
An ice cream and strawberry
will   be   held   under  the  auspices   of
the  Altar  Society  of  St.  Peters pro-
cathedral   at   the   residence   of   Mrs. :
Shadwell, 412 Sixth street, from four
to seven o'clock this afternoon.  From
eight o'clock on the guests will de-
, vote their attention to playing euchre.
j    Eighty-four  members were present
at the meeting of Post No. 4. Native
Sons of B, C. yesterday evening, when
an Interesting time was spent.
I'hief Factor  A.  W, Cray.
tor M. .1. Phillips, Past Chief Factor
Stilwell   Clute   and   .1.   J,   Johnston
elected   to   represent   tbe   local
Grand   post   meeting   to
on July IS, when about
ut. delegates are expected
to attend.   After the close of business
last   night,   the   members   spent   an
enjoyable time With music and games.
J.
were
post   at   the
Pe beld here
thirty outside
    Past
Chief Fac-
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DEFINES
AMATEUR
'freight
CHAFFEUR
lt.   H    F
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New York. June 16.���The definition]
9  of an amateur automobile driver has
;5 been officially determined by the contest  board of the American Automobile association     There hitherto has
been   considerable  controversy    over
this point.
According  to tbe commission's rul-
is  a  man  who    has
raced a motor car for
  sh  or any  other  val-
conslderatlon,   who   has  never
At
rancUc
Northw
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11.
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BJ.
1
1
lng an amateur
never driven or 1
pay. either  in  CB
uabk
wbo does
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B��tiinnr;;ouB~-Tacoma-Spoltane game'l)P
r'11'. rain,
��CCOuver-- R
lNuve. ;��� ��� \
and  Shea;
PdRnli8 -''"I'd
1 Bugden
Standin
II.   B.
4     ^
'.!      II
Jensen
competed tor a cash pr *jj- ejjhooa a8
not make any part of BU uv��
a result of racing otJ�����*>^t nnt
rtetnonstrator ,or.,flnaScial  reward  for
have   received    fit ���>'    �� , not
engaging in competition.       "
actively engaged to tw
bile or accessory Indus ul .
luu-er   have   been   declaim
���'���-  acceptance   of  ujjjUJ*
[1 a viola
PILED   HIGH
ON   PORTLAND'S   DOCKS
Portland, June 16.���Freight is piled
in huge quantities on Portland's docks,
and no relief from the congestion Is
in sight, as the striking teamsters
have so far prevailed upon Imported
strikebreakers to refuse to go to work.
The last attempt to break the strike
that is now seriously affecting Portland's commercial interests was made
yesterday, when thirty-two men were'
imported from San Francisco. All but'
I three of them aligned with the teamsters after the latter had talked with
them.
THREE
SURREY
SNAPS
Block 5 North, Range 2
West.
(1)
! Ten Acres, Section 32,
$500 per acre.
(2)
Eighty Acres in Section
21, $600_i
READ THIS
LETTER
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June 16, 1010.
Coquitlam, B.C.,
A. W. McLeod, Esq,
Insurance Agent, City,
Dear Sir,���
1 beg to thank you most sincerely
for the prompt manner in which the
companies carrying insurance on my
mill have adjusted and paid the losses,
the cheques for the amounts coming
through much quicker than I expected.
Thanking you for same, I am,
Yours truly.
(Sgd.)   A.   H.   COLE.
,   , i"    I
jer acre.
automo-
he must
1   profes-
body,
hotel
g of
R*BHe
.N.i '
Clubs.
Won. Lost.
or other expenses
a  contest   will be  conslduid
lion of the rules.
��ile
Jttle
Gar
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20
25
24
29
29
a(:otiu
ames Today.
"*���'   Vancouver,
1 at Spokane.
Pet.
537 |     Winnipeggers  Going  to
Saturday,   when   tbey   "H^<
Henley.      I Tim
Winnipeg I whistle
.451!
crew
gotta on   ��  .
Recreation   the Thomas  ^J^^Sli, "��
Winnipeggers are going LU
' Monday.
Bank on  Its Feet Again.
New  York, June  16.���Tbe Knickerbocker   Trust   company,   which     was
forced  to close its doors during tlie
financial depression of 1007 and was.
placed in tlie hands of a receiver tem-|
porarily,  has declared  a  dividend  to J
stockholders   of   three   per   eent,   the
first since Its embarrassment.
Junior  Lacrosse  This  Evening.
The   Fast   and  West  End  lacrosse
I tenuis    will    meet    this    evening   at
Queens park ln a league match, when
Mahoney   will   pack  The   little
The nlnv starts at (��.4F) nm.
The Fast End team Is: Coal,
Wright;  Mark, Day, Reid. Whittaker,
1).  Sinclair,  Mannering, Tip Sinclair,
Huff, McKenzie ^^mm
E. Johnston
(3)
16.76 acres  in  Section
27, $500 per acre.
Terms: Third Cash, balance to be arranged.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714.
You can never fortell when your premises are going to be destroyed by fire, so protect yourself In time by insuring in reliable
companies that pay their losses promptly, and whose rates are the
lowest.
Telephone or call at my office and I will be pleased to give you
rates and any other information.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
INNOCENT MAN SUFFERED.
SUSPENDED   FOR   HAZING.
I^Jllli^MWWBWWWWMMgf
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j. Johnston:
and  CourU-H'.'..
spares,
IX H  E
PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IX���
DAILY       NEW
St. Petersburg, June 16.���The min-
I istry of war has dismissed the cadets
of the Petropavlosk Military Academy
who were found guilty of hazing. The
r ine iiuuuc,   ��. .... ^..    victim, who   was   unpopular   because
named   liuikpovsky   last   he had refused to join in violations
of the regulations, after a series of
other annoyances was taken Into a
deserted class room and suspended
with a rope around his neck until dis-
*m    ..^      ���   covered by an upper classman.    The
Tschernlgov military court soon after | case was made tlie subject of a par*
tli , murder, convicted, and executed,  j liauientur^ cmjuirj".
Put to Death in Russia for Crime Now
Traced   to   Others.
Tschernlgov, Russia, June lfi.���The
trial and condemnation to death of
three men for the murder of an en
tire   family     ^	
spring  in  the  town of  Pooheph, revealed a judicial error by wbicb  an
, innocent   man,   the   peasant  Glusker,
suffered death for the same crime.
I     Glusker     was     tried     before     the
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS,
FRIDAY, jjJng
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STRATHCONA TRUST
AND B.C. SCHOOLS
SUBMARINE BOATS START
ON LONG OCEAN VOYAGE
l7' 19lJ
BUSINESS DIRfT^
JOARD    OF    TRADE-
NBW
Amount in Which Province h
Likely To Be Benefitted���
Scope and Purpose of Tnkt
Grampus and  Pike  Leave  Vallcjo
San Diego on Longest Cruise of
Kind Ever Attempted.
for
DOMINION LANDS  RAILWAY  BELT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
minster Hoard of TrM."f 7 1
board  room   Cltv  it.n     *lsP
on \h-'
_J6��
rl
Third Thursday   0f
quarterly     m��.tln��
Thursday of Pebmry^ui;
and  November   mt * 1    J
lneeiincN  on  tl���.  tlitr.i tv    '���
J c.liruary.     \,.w   ���,Pmb       -1
proposed and electa at _���_*
ly or    quarterly    meetl*nS
Stuart-Wade, secretary   *'
___K2SSEE1 El .ELSBEGTSSZES
Tke new summer styles in Hosiery
show some very tasty patterns in a
variety of new subdued, color tones.
<"5 f**
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Gotten Hose> 15c, 25c to
Lisie Hose, 35c, 50c to 65c
Farcy Cashmere, 50c to $1,25
Young men wko appreciate smart
hosiery for their Oxfords, can Tied,
what they want kere.
I,
GUARANTEED HOSIERY
We   sell ths    famous    Neveraarn,
Holeproof kosiery.     Sola in boxes
1-2 dozen   eacli.     Guaranteed  not
wes.r tkrougk at keel or toe,  if
alternately.   Price $2.00 per box.
SEE OUR WINDOW
of
to
worn
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The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Hats Fur
ishiirgs
Victoria, Junp 16.���Having especially'In mind the enthusiastic endorsement  by   Dr.   Mackay   (of the   Nova
Scotia  schools,)   of the advantageous  y.m Diego.
working out of tho Strathcona Tins;
appropriations as a means of improving  the physique oC the children of
Canada attending the schools of the
Dominion, the Government of British
Columbia has followed Uw example in
this  regard  set   by  the provinces of
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Oi
tyjio, and accepted the conditions of
the Trusl as applied to this province.
Prince Edward Island is also moving
in  the same direction,  while Quebec:
is sendhng two delegates to Ottawa
discuss Trust  matters with Hie- oil.
lals  of  the  Militia    department.    II
seems  reasonably  pertain    thai    tin
close ��f the present year will see all
the confederated provinces    embra
the advantages of the trust establi
ment, by acceptance of the attach   I
conditions.    For this province a coun
cil lias been named consisting *tf VV.
P. Argue,  M.A., of Vancouver.  Dr.  K.
B.  Paul, of  tliit^ city,    ancl  Inspector!
Dsvid Wilson, M.A., of tbe Educati n
department, to consider, with the representatives   of the   Militia   depart-
ment  the various details requiring to
be disposed of In the carrying out of
Strathcona Trust plans in this Pacific
(province.    The  Strathcona    donation
| amounts  to $300,000, and  is  invested,
i in the Finance department of Cana.la (
at a special rate of tour per cent, the
amount (earned for utilization annually  being  i bus approximately  $12,000,
divisable   by   the   number   of   school-.
, It is thus roughly  estimated  that the'
i amount annually avaf/ible for  British
Columbia  will be' between   $300  and
$'400, in addition to wbicli the  Militia
j department   supplies   Instructors   and
Vallejo, Cab. June ^.-Starting
f,,,,, the Mme Island aavy yard to-
,,'. , the submarine boats Grampus and
Pike began the flrst ocean voyage evei
al templed   bj   boats
the Paclfio coast
of their class on
Tin lr destination is
possibly
\s i   precaution  agalnsl
trouble in rough weather, the tug For-
will   keep  close  companj
hips,   which   also
collier    Justin.
with
ire
tune
the  miniature
accompanied  by  the
Th,-  Grampus is commanded  >>>   ��>n-
sign  .liuiics  i". Olding  and  the Pike
by Lieut. Kirby B. Crittenden.    Each
,,. sej carries a crew of twenty men.
BEEF   TRUST   REDUCES
PRICE   ON   CHEAP
CUTI
Coast Division.
Surveyed     agricultural      Dominion!
Lands   in   the   Hallway   Belt   not   re- ���
served or withheld from entry and not
disposed of or occupied, aro open  to
entry under the provisions of the Hrit-  L
ish  Columbia Dominion Land regulations. '. .
In the Coast Division of the Rail
wav Belt any male person over eight- WESTMINSTER p
ern years of age and otherwise- ellg-. _kmd of job prin
ible, ' may obtain under entries as
homestead and pre-emption, a legal
subdivision of forty acres nf Bench
Land. Residence is required for at
least six months in each of live years.
Total cultivation required to earn patent for a twenty acie homestead, ten
acres (denied and sii cultivated, and
If the remaining twenty acres Is preempted by the homesteader, an additional ten acres cleared and six i ul-
tivated either on the homestead or
pre-emption,, no additional residence
for the pre-emption. Price of pre-
| emptlon,   flve   dollars  per  acre, pay-
ken
llcQuait
PRINTERS.
leaf ledgers;" Cowl fll^1
Phone    55,    p. o. b5i4_|
Dally  News Bloc's .ir!l  "
PIANO Tl -,;-,
PIANOS AND ( |TUNJ
repaired bj ; t   f
"artlVr.ue8   ' SllDUbi
I'honp I.i' *
LABOR AGENTS.
MIDI!
Ifront
6TBE
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tion 'of  physical   training.     In   order
that  tbo general  puollc  may have a
fair  and  comprehensive   Idi \   ol   the
.- - ;..   and purpose of the Strathc
i   .-. . tue following extracts are i��� ���
a letter  addn ss id   to   Pn a
Mi Biide by A. ('. Lewi,, se iretavy of
the  i iecutive council  of  l
' cona Trust, on the I th Novi  uber la
"From Inquiries that I      >. been ad
i1       ed to the exec itive i  iuni 11, so
iprehi nsion    appi ars    to    have
! arisen as to the aims and obj
I   ���.   Strathcona  Trust.    It  is   ��    .
to the removal of an;  ground
inderstanding thai   I am din cl
to Bubmll the followiug remarks;
Chicago iu... Ifi.-The flrst change able In flve Installments with Interest
���,.,!,- f prices in three Conditional purchase entries maj be
wen) lnt0 et obtained for twi nty acres of Bench
Land by a male OVI r I Ightei n and
otherwise eligible and not holding
homestead or pre emptlon. Residence
required only for six months during
the fifth year bul cultivation duties
increased. Price, ten dollars per acre,
five Installments,
Bench   Lands   in   this  division   are
lands     below     twenty-five     hundred
(2,500) feet above Bea level.   Uplands
are lands above thai altitude and are
subject only to disposition by quarter
sections   under   homestead   entry   or
grazing   lease   to   settlors.     Flooded
lands  may  be  reserved  for  bay  purposes or  leased   to  b ttlera  by  legal
' subdivisions.
New York, June  16.���High commis :    gntree fee for homestead, pre-e   p
iis paid  to  fire  Insurance brokers|ti0n and conditional  purchase is ten
dollars for each entry. After securing
patent In connection with the land
fli ��� entered for, the settlor ma;
cui e another entrj and so on, but not
for more than a total of one hundred
ami sixty acres.
Entries under tbe British Columbia
Dominion  Land  Regulations, effective
2nd July,   1910,  may  on  and
al ei that date be math  for land   I  en
open to entry.    Any lands withdrawn
from timbi    ��� ���- ���       aa well a    ni wly
red .  w ill  before be< i
���   for entry require se
��� ���   for   tl.ii iy   days.      "S ti'- eye I"
for the purpi    i of entry i
weeks by wholi s iiers
feet today, a reduction of half a cent
a pound. What added particular significance  to  the  reduction   was    the
fact   that   H    affected   only   the   Cl 6 ip
er cuts of dressed beef, bringing No.
3 rounds to 8 1-2 cents and No. 1
chucks to i1 1-2 cents as ci ntra ite I
with nine and ten cents, respectively, before Urn decline was enforced.
These are the cuts on which  an increase bad been predicted.
INSURANCE  COMPANIES
PAY   AGENTS   TOO   WELL
COAST
ger G. J. Sj ki i
Vancouver.     PI
attention  gi\
'hale    help.
wi Ite if unal I
all oriiej
I
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE ^- EDMONDS,
t-.rs and soil Itors v,
Trust  Block,  Colun I
Westminster.    \v. j, '..     1
L. Edmonds.
and agents aro criticised today in preliminary reports in the Investigations
being conducted here by In .urarice
ls8loners of Beveral states who
are anxious to n luce 11 e exi endlture
of   companies.    II   was   brought   out
that   in  some states  commissions  of
I Inspectors'free of charge and pay bon    ,  ,)v   per   (i(,nt   .,,.,,   ]!aI.     In   many
uses  to  male  teachers  acceding to  ,...lM,s ,-.;,, i per cent is the maximum  ,���,   the
the work done by them in the promt -  ,.,.,.   anfl   the average   of   the   whole
com try is twenty-one i er eon'.
���  pn   ental   i     of eral    Insur-
. ii    nizations who ap] e ired be-
e thc   Insurance n mmi        ���      oi
��� ' as Impracticable any attempt to
establish a unlfori     rat ������ immls-
WADE, WHEALL1 1
MARTIN    Ba ]
Westmln   er
G ilcbon bio ���
McKenzie
flees,   tt li'.  :
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Just   arrived   from
Manufactbrers.
It  will   pzy  you
them.
the   Old   Country
to   come
nd   sei
the ed irtment of a
province,  in  order  to  - o  the
. . undi r Its coat rol pari lei]
��� irust,    It   is
���I'll'-, ed   th '    pi ru
���   ���       I that they
ie in any \      ���       trued
; ��� ��� 'mpl   to  in ���         ys
compulsory   mi ..lining
The Condit
rbese   coi ;      (ol-
.
i     di i> lopmi nt and at thi ,. i  | .    ������  :���.,-.
��� ��� lni ibits t< ' in every j which is hall
pul
the   tin
���      , leading I I - ,  hold-   Bpatclu
���i>     ���        '  .'.   ol  a free cl Lo   .. than   that of i Sui
.  iared to defend hi ,    o   tin   lowi . .  .
The   Object.
"As you  an   aw in    Lor :     Strath-
��� object  in formin    the   I    i
i    i-fold-  the Impro
sit   i   :  . i   Inti ' ��� . "i
���   en while a
of a i>i iper system ol  ;��� ���: sh il
all ill.ited   to  111
tem   of
���'    I  '
lows:
MAIL   SERVICE.
a.   ���    ti '
the Nev
in
STENOGRAPHY
&   J.P'r,--:
MAN     I.i
Curtl
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CUSTOM
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Real 1   '���   '*  ���
City, 1   rm
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ILUMEBR
TURNED
and prompt obe I and the   -,    .. : .
lng of a spii It o tisni in 11
;
"(b)
i
i  cludli
trucl   in
part   -     , . I Mills and i
r ; han thosi   ol  tin   low
granted ...
"(c) Thi     di departme
matlon    of    c idel
i o :   .  Inclu linj   the i
1   " i ' '��� ' -. in  all  edueall
tej**n:- 1 LitM&S&i
HOME     FURNISHERS
13-45   Sixth   St. New  Westmins!
Store Clcses 1 P. M. Vi/ednesdays
I boys i i 'is-;
sibl given an oppo
al
'������'���.   with   military   dl ill
"��� ��� i  With regai I to the 1
i  .���  :utive council dei It in
to i equire thai a provin re
i:   can   participate  In the
ti e  trust, should  pled ������  i to in-j
in   the   regular   curi Iculuni   i f
the .. hools under I s control, Insti ic-   tabl   hm< nts i Its i ontrol
tion in physical training i u  all ��� Inl-       "(d) Tin ,��� i  hni ..
dren ' f both sexes   itten ��� . ted to be th il  li
This requirement appears to bo clear-   In    ;.   elementary   publl I    ,-,
ly  understood by all   ai I  tin .������   ��� -    i   Britain   I which    has    i  cently
been, so far as the executive couticlll been revised ln     ���.   if the latest
|.is aware, no serious objections raisefi   y in    Sweden,    Switzerland
to the u jversal introduction of a wi   ���   and othei countrli h tnodlfl-
. ' .��� ��� ,      i     : .   .....
ol anj pro in e may show to be no 't i
sai y.
i ' T! e    K 'ucnl lon ft   ���������. i .",������!'  to
undi  \ ;-! ; . ,.
flo:l i        ', i  ;  ., at .   i     .   . , ; >    al
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seal
ft.
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ti   I. I system of physical trainin
io  all   i ii"  public  school.,  of Ca
"(5) \\ in. regard, however, to the"
qui stlon of milltarj training nd rlile
pracl! .- Eor the boj b, a . omew In i Imports nt misapprehension appi a t6
exist in ci itain quarters, to the i ��� ci
that  the Stratln ona Trusl   Is d a-
c: I   to   be   used   an   a   '. ' l.eb    1  11    Ihii
Introduction of a system of compulsory military education in the schools
of the Dominion. I am directed to
state emphatically that such is In no
wi.-e Lord Stiathcona'a intention, or
that of ibe executive council of thfl
le
���
Mai's   Despatched.
s n.m   -Vancouver and  VI   i   la  via
B. c -       railway,
First  c P.R   easl   I ikli -  . :i  ���
Including Lan- li
The   mail   foi    VI        ford  and  d
fi. '. Cla; bum and   I
don and district, and Mats [ui are despatched i j v. i\ ol Vancouver,
8   a.m.���Blaine    and    Seattle,    Including all L. S   pi ii:'.- easl and south,
and Halls Prairie, Fernridge and
elmere, on  Tuesdays, Thun days a . I
Sat urdaj b
������'������ll :'!' " )   n   I -- are r< ci iced from
Cloverdale, excepl   Hall's  P
zelmere and  Fernrl Ige, which  arrive
on  the   Porl   G     hon  tn In  i n  J; ueo
day.. Thui    .,      and Satur lays
11 :lm n in.    \ ancouvi i   Victoria and
Contral  Park, via B, C.  Electric rail-
TAIL
GALVi:
lng
��� i  i
���
i
DYERS   AND
,      .    ���       .Til
.: .
.   -     ���  .
noi  pn
for an i d<
IUNC   IT    '
smart   turnouL
bles,
LIVERY   STABLE
The
I
FISH    AND   G-AM5.
ilENSON  & AYLINi
dame. Vegetabli     ��� '
nexl to Bank of Mon
P
a
n
i:
JAPANESE TO RETURN.
MANY  VOTERS   REGISTER.
Authorities     Will     Protect     Lal;orers   List at  Br->^Hnn   -*' u   c^w  Big  Gain
Evicted   From  Darrington  Mills.        j Over .Last Year.
_    ...      _ .,    _.      , I    Brandon.  Man..,  June 15.���Registra-
Soattle,  June   15.���The   twenty-one tlon   cottuBenced   here   this   morning
Japanese sawmill laborers driven from  and from the general activity of both
Darrington.   Snohomish   county,    two parties there le every indication that
tne new list will show a Wg, increase
over the last list.
T.ujJt. | inn the necessary Instruction.
Spirit of Patriotism. "(0) The Militia    department    will
"16) As staled above, one of Lord on Its part, aid the Education depart.
Strathcona'.8 main objects is to inm- ments by affording the necessary fxcll-
late a spirit, of patriotism Into the Ities to the teacherB of both sexes to
youths of this country, together with ' qualify themselves In physical train-
a realization of their duty as free clti-1 Int. by providing instructors until
|/ens, in lis defence, and Consequently ��u.h time as the provincial authority
their training In the rudiments or a ies are in a position to undertake this
soldier's art is. in his opinion, tlesir-��� duty themselves.
able. In'order that they may  |,e able i Necessary   Instruction,
to give a proper expression  to that!    "(11) The  Militia  department
i oi ���  i'.. ee   i-i" 'tes
othn  ll   i, those of the lowesl grade,
to ���: lallfy  themselves  to  Insl ���      i '  ,
phj.:.,,!  training  (subjeel  to the ex.
empiion ol such teachers as are phy- \ Mails Received.
si,,;,,;x  unable to qualify, or are nearly     8:30 a.m.- Vancouver and  Victoria
at the enl of their terms of service)   Including   r.   s,   matter     and
so thai in every school there shall be   (except  Tuesday)   \ja   ii. r.   li,.(
at bast one teacher capable of Impart- railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry HI
i.v courier (Tuesday and Friday).
FURN'TURE
'
Dealer, Upbo . terer an I l ::
c irner Apnea an I McK. "���-��� >
Plione 1 T'L night call '
ISO
lie
CABINET   MAKING
D. V. LEWTHWA1TE, lAl
maker and upbol terer. !-���'.
son     stieet     i be!.inl
Furniture mad,' and repair i
sion furniture In lir and oan
���Vancouver and Victoria,
will
days aKo by a mob will return to Darrington tomorrow, according to a
Statement made by the Japanese consulate. Acting Governor Howell lias
ordered the sheriff of Snohomish
county to protect the Japanese, and
Consul Hayashi Is at Everett in conference with  the sheriff.
The United States Lumber company, which says it. employs tlie Japanese because it can not obtain white
men to do the rough work about the
mill, shelters the Japanese in a stockade. As the Japanese have suffered
po injury to their persons or tlieir
property the matter has ned been
taken up at Washington. There is
anxiety as to the action of the white
mill men of Darrington   when    the
evicted laborers return.
When     the     registration
spirit in Mme of national danger; but
his lordship docs not seek to insist
that this military training should be
made compulsory.   All ne asks is that   cadet corps under tin
booths  th0 government of a province should   as Is already allowed to oflicers "of"the
9:15 a.m.-
via G. N,  R,
8:30 a.m.���C. P. If. east (first train)
Sapperton. Fraser Mill, and Coquitlam.
11L00 p.m.���C.  P.  It. east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
antl  Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Easl Burnaby by courier.
iL.io p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
p.m.
I'd
Ine   and   Seattle,
local  and
opened men wero waiting to register
at every booth and an hour after
opening there were crowds registering at all down-town booths. Such
activity on the occasion of registration
has never been seen here before.
Both candidates and their supporters are as active as if the campaign
were really on and the general feeling
is that the election date will be announced  immediately.
undertake to encourage as far as pos-   active  militia, and   will  gram   eeiii;i
Bible the formation of cadet corps and   cates of qualification.
Michel   Mines   Closed.
Fernie. June 10.���The Michel mines
have been idle for the past few days
on account of trouble with the all-
compressors. Ahout 'eleven hundred
men are ull'ected.
also afford the teachers the necessary      3:H
Instruction   in   military  drill   required  eluding all U. S. points,
to enable them to become officers of      f:00  p.m.���Revelstoke
ime advantage  ���'��� H. intermediate points.
way.
1:30  p.m.���Strawberry    Hill,    Tim-
.    .,, .berland   nnd   South   Westminster,  bv
the  practice of rifle shooting  In the      "(11) The Milltlon  department  will  courier (Tuesday and Friday)
schools under lis control, leaving to also pay the authorized grants to tho'    1:30 p.m.���Ladner and down
���    ���   parents   themselves     to     decide   teachers  qualified  and   acting  as  in
structors of cadet corps, and wlll sup
ply   to  these  corps   such arms  and
equipment  as  are  needed   under  tin
regulations applicable to each case.
"(12) Sir Frederick W. Borden con
WOODWORKING ^
VLS'IMINSTLK WOOD* l|       ;,
Co., bank, office and nt'1"' '''..-'
cabinet,  stair,    showcases,    ��� (
and detail  work.    Deslg  ���
mates   furnished
prlrtor.       Work
nnd cur line.      I
473.
1
J     liroohi'
C'Orn'r,J1'_D0��1
0. box 26*.       '
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DECORATlNj
Hi IU*
ICMI
I.   HUDSON.  WALL  I'M ER
Mouldings.    BurlaPf'    *"''      napo-
hot.se painting,  k��laoinn��B*'     ������
hanging    and    decorating,
street. New Westminster.
������_
the
whether tlieir sons should Join these
corps. The proper military lnsti uctlon
and care of these corps when forme.1
is a matter which falls within the
province of the Department of Militia.
The Department of Militia, however,
asks that the educational authorities
will encourage, or at. least place no
obstacle in the way of their teachers
becoming officers of their school cadet
corps.
"(7) The position may, perhaps,
best he summed up by re-stating the
following general conditions wllich
tho executivo council of the    TrU3t
river I
points, Kast Uurnaby. Queensboto and !
Burquitlam, hy courier.
2:30   p.m.���Vancouver    and     Piper
Siding, via fl. N.  R. north.
.1  p.m.���Cloverdale,  N'lcomekl,    and
Port Kells, dally, Clayton on Tuesday
Hon Ac
fidently hopes that after consideration Thursday. Friday and Saturday; Tyne
of the foregoing explanation, your bead on Tuesday and Friday
government may seo Its way clear at cord, Tuesday and Friday '
a very early date to declaring its ac-1 4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and llmnaby
ceptanoe of the conditions mentioned Lake, via B. C. Electric railway Satin paragraph elghl of this letter, so urday an extra mall Is despatched to
that both teachers and pupils In the .Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
educational establishments of the prov. I Hlaine and Seattle. Including all
lnoe may  be competenl   to slu e lu U. S. points, east and south, via the
MACHINE  '^^^-^",
TDK SCHAAKK  MACHINE VW  ^
Limited.  Front street,    rtr     ���������
minster,
saw and
shingle
Mill   plants  and  bi
pared
��!Ba��0WmM��'��*
mill
iBMlfleattoBS
re
tlie benefits of the Trust."
a MONUMENTAL WOBgpartff
McKay,
nnd
ee.
im
Irtiti
G. N. R. "Flyer."
.......... manufacturer
of moiinmental toinbstoties, ���
stone, etc. Satisfaction .'-,,���?:���
Columbia 8trceti NeW
tun
lessor
IN
fire
hi*
>(
inn'.. niY   JUNE   1?
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAUK  Sl^v c.i.
,.���'�������� '���:/'���-
Easter-
brook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   15. C
FLOUR
koUR ��
f>*^ uilNGARIAN J
1
ATLANTIC TRAVR
i     IS \1 FULL SW1N6
HUNGA
IMPERIAL   	
TERMINAI    ���
HINDOO  FLOUR
EWEI $6.00 per bbl.
    $6.75   per  bbl.
 $5.25 per Bbl.
. ..|4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie
STREET
FLOUR AND FE
Ifront
Every Vessel Is Crowded to
Capacity-May Hank As
Second Greatest Season.
It' ' ' I
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton ol coal���any of our
drivers will 1/u glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will brlnu about tbe Bams
result���good coal lu your cellar at short notice, Also, our
phone Is iu good order, and
their nuinbois are 16 and li.
Coal procured bere Is crack ������*.-
jack coal, however secured.
BIG POULTRY SHOW TO
BE HUD
. na
i:i
Exhibit Will  Be ^   t o.   ... "      '"��
tures of Annual Western Washington  Fair.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
M#**'-***************************************
If office FITTINGS 1
SHOW CASES
New    York,    Juno    16.���America's
summer  pilgrimage  to  Europe  is on
in   earnest.    Everj   Wednesday   und
Saturday  afternoon  a long  line    of
magnificent Bti amers dip their ensigns
to Furts Hamilton and Wadsworth in
the Narrows and trail out to the east,
bearing their thousands of cabin pas-
I sen. ers.    Lor the past week or two
hardly a ship of the liner class haa
1 sailed eastward with an empty state-
i room and from now until the end of
I July every vessel will bo crowded to
capacity.
Not since 1907, the banner year in
; the trans-Atlantic steamship service,
'has tbe annual exodus of Americans
assumed its present proportions and
while it ls not expected tbat the figures fur 1901 will be equalled it is
reiiain that 1910 will rank as the
Becond greatest season on record.
The rush  has given rise to the belief thai   it.  is  Impossible to secure
passu, i- for any ship this Bummer. The
. '��� amship officials deny this, however,
and declare that if the eager travellers  will only  curb their impatience I
and not  all crowd Into line for one'
ship and one sailing date there will
be mom for every one before tbe out-1
ward bound season is over.
Ot course the two world-famous flyers. Lusltanla and Mauritania, the
great Cunard turbiners, holders of i
every trans-Atlantic speed record, are'
booked up lor every eastward Lip'
until August and there Isn't a chancel
for any one to secure accommodations'
at this time.   This Is also true ol sev-
i-
-���m^mj_i__siSTz>'jL::.' aanattagmEszszzzagaatfc a���am
* "The Maple Leaf Farmer"
Vic bave taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
Seattle, June IG.���One of the chief
features of the second annual Western
Wasl ;', on Fair, to be held in Seattle, September 19 to 25, will be a
great, poultry show, co be housed in a
special building now under construction at the fair grounds at Madison
park. The show will be in charge of
J. L. Anderson, who was superintendent of ihe big poultry exhibit at the
Alaska-Yukun-Pacilic exposition last
fall.
According to assurances already received, from leading exhibitors of the
Northwest, there will be more than
2,000 entries for the show, of which
l,20n are already officially entered for
the many premiums to be offered by
the association. Superintendent Anderson Bald recently that the coming
show will surpass the exposition exhibit, both in number and class of
entries.
The poultry will be boused in specially constructed pens, arranged in a
big building, with 12,000 square feet
of floor space. In addition to the
many exhibits of domestic fowls, there
will be a. special exhibit of game birds
and water fowl,
In addition to the pens of fowl of
every description there will be an Interesting exhibit of young chicks of
many breeds. With this exhibit there
will be a "battery" of inrubators, in
which will be eggs timed to hatch
out during the week ot the fair.
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE m CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST-
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is here
PUSHCART PEDDLER OWNS
HOUSE   WORTH    $70,000
ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
:
���
i
X
*
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New York, June Id.���The c
.the bureau of weights and measures,
eral of the great ships ol such lines  clement  C.   Driscoll,   was    informed
ai as  the  White  Star,  North    German|yesterday by an Inspector that a push-
*
:
eby given that an application will be made under Part V.
I Of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
: license in the New  Westminster Division  of  New  Westminster  District.
\ (a)   The name of  Company,  Vancouver   Power   Company,   Limited.     The
ihead office at the City of Vancouver,
British Columbia.   The capital, $2,500,-
! 000,  divided  into  2,500,000  shares of
.1.00 each, all fully paid up;   tb) The
I name of the lake, stream or source,
'unnamed stream running through sec-
jtiou 29, block 0, north range 2, west,
thence   in   a  northwesterly  direction
i flowing   into   the   Fraser   river;    tc)
I The point of diversion, 2,1)00 feet in
i a   southeasterly   direction   from   the
I southeast corner of section 19, block
5, north range 2, west; (d) The quantity  of water  applied for,  .166  cubic
!feet per second;   tei   The  character
i of the proposed works, a small dam
iand pipe line;   (f)  The premises on
i wliich   the    water    is   to   be    used,
two (2), three (3) and four (-1), group
two   (21,  New  Westminster  District;
(g) The purpose for wliich the water
lis  to be  used, domestic;   th)   If for
j Irrigation describe the land intended
alto      be      irrigated,      giving      acre-
'"''      I age,   no:    Ul   If   the   water   is   to
I be    used    for     power    or
Railway Time Tables
B  C. E. ft. Westminster Branch.
W����k Day Scneoule.
Cars leavs Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5; 5.0, 6; 50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and ����ery half hour thereafter
until li:38 p.m.
Carg leave New Westminster for Vai*
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 9.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave N��w Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m.. and every half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
8
as  the  White  Star,  North    German
Lloyd  and  Hamburg-American.    But
each (if these lines has a number of
splendid   ships   of   a  little   less   ton-
RW WtSTMlNSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.   BROOKES,   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh   and  Carline.
PHONE 473
,cart peddler worth $70,000 bad fallen-.      .
into the toils of the law.   The peddler       "'
in  question, Jerry    Clppolario,    was
taken   in  by    Inspector    Thomas  P.
| Smith on Saturday night in front of
i the tenement at No. 2171  First avenue.    Smith says that it is common
. knowledge that Cipporario owns this
I tenement.
According to Smith's allegation one
of   Clppolarlo's  scales  was   one   and
In  con-
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
I    at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
'lining | ()n Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
returned to some na-  _ ���. ,   ,, .,
J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
purposes describe the place where tlie j
imb
er
B.C. Mills
and Trading
Co.
Manufacturi ri and Dealers in  All Kinds of
;mebr. lath. SHINGLES. SASH.  DOORS,  interior  finish,
fl'RNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
New  Westminster
Box   137
nage, making the crossing in six and
sev, n days as regular as clockwork
and affording all true lovers of the'
sea an even more enjoyable trip than
their record-smashing sisters, in fact;
all old voyagers, unless pressed for
time, turn to these slower vessels. |
A number of reasons are given for
this season's almost record-breakingU^ree-quarter pounds short,
rush for "the other side." The twol8equence the peddler was taken be-
most potent influences tbat have holp-!fore Magistrate Corrigan In the Har-
ed to swill the eastward tide of truf-1 iem police court, where he was held
He are���the  complete  recovery  fromjjn $ioo ball for special sessions. Cip-
������ I " ������I������
lust a Few Left ot
West End View
Lots
h Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
"rice $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
m now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2nice lots on Hamilton St.. all cleared,
5��xl50. Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
wtms.
Jot 7 on 11th St., Block li), Sub. block 7.
"ice $750 on terms.
120 ac
Price
this.
Maple Ridge
rea of good land, close to Mission City
s$35 per acre.    $1000 cash handles
the panic of 1908 and the presentation
of the Passion Play at Oberammergau.
Money sei-nis more plentiful than In
the past two years mil the peasants
of the little Bavarian village give their
world famous drama but once every
ten years.
Another unusual thing about the
season's travel is that the greater
share of oui ward bound passengers
come from western states. In other
years the east has always sent the
r number of pilgrims to Europe's
shrines of art and history, but this
summer it is the Hoosier, tbe plainsman and the Californian who is con-
du ting bis family abroad.
Tbe flood tide of eastward travel
sot in about April l and will not I ���
gin to ebb until the middle of July.
It reaches its greatest volume In June,
as by far the greater number of travellers have only the summer months
to spend abroad.
l-'mm January l to April 1 of this
year the principal trans-Atlantic lines
���those belonging to the trans-Atlantic
ci inference���carried eastward 16,880
flrst cabin. 10,199 second and 43.00.3
third class passengers. The figures
for the same period in 1900 were: 15,-
631, 10,270 and 43,429, The figures
| for second cabin and third class or
steerage passengers show similar In-
creases over last year's traffic
There is no likelihood of a falling
off in the ratio of Increase during the
��� rest of the season and judging from
tbe present figures and those of last
summer���which show that 44.508 first,
cabin passengers sailed eastward
from  April  1 to  July  23���i'
polario bad
security.
no trouble in putting up
C. O. D. TEETH CANNOT
FORCIBLY BE REMOVED
Paterson, N.J.. June, lfi.���A dentist
may not forcibly remove the false
teeth be has installed in the patient's
mouth, just, because payment is not
C.O.D. This is law in N'ew Jersey
at least, interpreted hy Judge Lewis,
in the suit of Dr. William Schanyer-
snn against Mrs. Samuel Champagner.
Mrs. Champagner testified she paid I
the dentist .50 and promised an equal j
amount "next week."
"Tbat won't do." she said the doctor ���
answered,  and  thereupon   pulled   nut
the upper and lower sets of teeth he
bad  just placed in her mouth.
Judge Lewis held that the dentist
had no legal claim until his work was
completed.
j water is to be
channel,   and the  difference in
altitude  between  point of  diversion
and point of return, no;   (jl  Area of
Crown land intended to be occupied
by   the   proposed   works,   none;   (k)
This  notice   was   posted  on   the  2nd
day   of   June,  1910,   and   application!
will be made to the commissioner on |
the 13th day of July 1910;   tl)  Give
the names  amd  addresses  of  any riparian   proprietors   or  licensees   who
or  whose  lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works, either
abote or below the outlet, none;  tm)
The part of the Memorandum of Association  of  the  company  which authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows; "(3) The objects for which the company is established and to which objects tbe Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
j of unrecorded water or  by  the purchase of water records or water privileges for.  ig) Rendering water
j and   water   power  available   for   use.
D.
Gr��at Northern Railway.
.m.
Lt.  N.
.m.
Lv. N.
��m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.
p.m.
Lv. 6aa.ttl�� 4:35 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:29
p.m.
W. 11 a.m.; ar. Seattle 3:65
W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge pas-
I application and distribution by erect- \ senger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
ling dams, increasing tlie head of wa-|Port Guichon 6:30 p.m.
iter in any existing body of water, i Leaves Port Guichon 7:00 a.m.
or extending the area thereof, divert- daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
ing the waters of any stream, pond or, Westminster bridge passenger station
lake into any other channel or chan- 9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
nets,  laying or erecting  any  line or 9:30 a.m.
: flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
'race-way, reservoir, aqueduct weir,
I wheel, building, or other erection or
I work wllich may be required in con-
i nection with the improvement and
Wise of the said water and water power or by altering, renewing, extending,   improving,   repairing,   or
any sueii works or any part
Widcw  to  Get  $80,000. v,[,*u...
New York, June 16.���A little group thweofll -[a) The Companv appHes
of parishioners of the Brick Preiby- for a UcenBe to store water. The place
terian church on Fifth avenue decided j proposed reservoir tor storing
some time ago to present a purse to ��� '
Mrs. William R. Richards, widow of
their late pastor, as a testimonial of
their appreciation of his work, it was
announced today that the subscriptions for the purse have now reached
$80,000.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves  Sumas   fi:00  a.m..     arrives
bridge  passenger  station     9:20  a.m.,
water front freight shed    9:30 a.m.,
daily except Sunday.
Leaves  New     Westminster    water
main-'front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
passenger  station  3:50  p.m.,   arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
expected that this season's traffic will! because of
count of the  panic.    Last year
bad   climbed   back   again   to   98,663.
Even if tbe figures reach those of 1907
mar  be! this season it will not be so striking
fact  fliat since  1907
the
read
near
ly 50.000 for
the same
per-
tod.
In
1907.
tbe banner
year,
101
.709
first
cabin
passengers
were
taken
eastward  (
uttng the w
hole  vear.
ln
1908
tbe figures fell to
93.571
on
ac-
the companies have added about twenty-five great new ships to their fleets,
capable of accommodating enough
additional passengers to swell the
total far above 1907 figures without
swamping the service.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands wltb.
In the railway ir-.it in British Columbia, m��y ke h��mesteade<l by any person who Is the sol�� bead of a family
or aay m*l* ��ver 18 years of age, to
the extent ot oiw%uarter section o(
160 acres, more or less.
la *3D per
Balance on very easy terms
ritish Canadian Securities
Company, limited
Off;
ice:
R. PEARSON, Manager.
The Dominion Trust
In
N
"ti,
F|"auds    f>ry
June
15.-A
���!������ "uln��- i" Uie matter
K.
H.,;,.Un�� ii
,1   ^Ibltlon,
!tieap
ealed.
useful object,
of
provided at a
where trade se-
"evealed.    From
with powdered date-stones and dried
liver; jams with carrots, turnips and
birdseed; tea with leaves of common
English trees; chip potatoes With
flyes; ami vinegar with Beetle acid
nnd water. The moral ot tha eatWti,
tion is "Don't buy a ina.lo-u. ��' ,, I
than tho cost-price oi|
'29). block fiTe (5), north range two
(2)  west;   to)  The means by which
lit is proposed to store the water, by
dam;   tp)   The area of the reservoir
site  or  sites  at each  foot  in  depth
abote the outlet, the depth above the
outlet    will    approximately    average
th    'about six or seven feet;   (q) How it
1 is proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary by expropriation;  (r) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended    to   be   Impounded.   20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. LTD.
R. H. Sperling, General Manager, j
Vancouver, B. C. Entry mast be made personally at
-ithe  loeal  laai office  for ��ha district
in which the land is situate.     Entry
ALIEN LABOR SHUT OUT b, proxy may, however, bw made on
BY CANADIAN STATUTE i^,    conditions    by    the    tatber.
  mether, sen. daughter, brother or ats-
Washington, June 15.���Canadian an- ^ o( an intending homesteader.
thorlties on the Northwestern bound-!
inonues on u ,.Qlr���,.,Hnn     The homesteader ls required to per-
ary are rigidly enforcing a regulation L condUion.   connected there-
requiring alien laborers, with the ex-;witll   umier   one   ot    tbe   toiiowing
ception   of   Americans,   applying   for plans:
admission to that country to have $200 j (1) M leag[ .j. montUs. resmence
in cash. The result has been, nsiopon and cultivation of the laud on
shown by reports received here, that;each year for three years,
the great majority of the railroad la- (2) If th<j tath���r ( or m0ther, if tne
borers and those needed on "y101-|,ather t8 decased) of the homesteader
large contract work, who heretoforeUBldeB upon a tanu ln tlle vicinity ot
have flocked in from Seattle, practical- ^ Jand entered for> Ule requirements
lv have been shut out.
' Some of the American railroad
builders In Alaska have been enforcing a rule by which all nationalities
are being excluded except laborers
from Northern Europe, America, Australia and New Zealand.
nt a price
less
l��USehold may learn
,ueea   nre    adulterated  the supposed Ingredients
Group of Punch Bowl Girls with   "The Alaskan,"  Monday, June 20.
America Invades England. ���
London, June 15.���America has succeeded France as the chief rival of
England iu automobile production for
this country. Ilames Ilinks, a big
Birmingham manufacturer complained
In speaking at a meeting of his company thore, that American motor cars
were being sold in England at a cheaper rate, than In America. This was
one of tho the evils suffered by England under free trade���American
dumping a huge quantity of ber surplus manufactured goods in this country. During a 15.000 miles tour of the
United States and Mexico, from which
he had just returned, he was greatly
Impressed by the prosperity prevailing under the protective system.
as to residence may be satistied by
such person residing with the tatber
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him ln the vicinity of his nome-
stead, the requirements as to residence
may b�� satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be plven to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-ona
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 25R0 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
fl-w cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.It��� Tlnauthorlzert   publication   ot
this advertisement will   not be pan*
. i,
i'i r-   PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Something New in
Floor Was
V
The easiest way to
finish  a  floor  is  to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Vt'ax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen   minutes,
ii 'I  and bring to a
.','/   polish by light
��r. -'' '  rubbing with a
, yytt "        soft cloth.
No brush to push ���no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try it! Be
sure to ask for the genuine
^R'DAY, JUNE ,
1910.
Tbe Easiest Applied Floor finish
Sold by B
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
A lecture to women will be given
by Dr. Ernest Hall, of Victoria, during
the W. C. T. U. convention here next
"week.
The management  of tbo Bohemian
Cafe sees to it  that  the best only  is
: served there. **
The first center poles  for the new
' lighting system of the city- were placed
I In position yesterday at the corner of
McNeeley street.
Twenty per cent means a saving of
$1 on a ?5 shoe. You get tiiis at
Sinclair's, the Shoe Maji.
S. B. Peele, who has recently taken
high honors in his tinal year of the
medical course at McGill leturne'i
home last night.
For Bamboo Shades see Fales. **
The Edison theatre is showing moving pictures of the lacrosse match
here on June -1, when New Westminster won from Vancouver.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Welch
took place yesterday afternoon to the
odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. C. W.Brown officiating at the funeral services. The attendance at the funeral
was very large. The following were
the pallbearers; Alderman J. Carter
Smith,     F.   Nobles,    (!.  Newman,    D.
.Walker, ,1. C. Loree and .Mr.  Day.
I '
The Beaver will make its annual
trip to the head of Harrison lake Today.    The trip can only be  made at
' this season of the year and the C.P.R.
takes advantage of it to take supplies
to Port Douglas.    On  her return sh'1
I may make a trip to Sumas lake, but
that has not been definitely decided.
See tbo new Camp and Veranda
Furniture nt Kales, Agnes street. **
William Mackenzie, president of the
Canadi,iii Northern railway, was in tbe
city yesterday, accompanied by A. it
McRae and Chief Engineer T. S
White. They looked over the sit'
of   the   new   town   on   the   otber   sid<-
The Westminster Modern
Business School
For a  pleasant cool  drink,  try
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe
j of tbe river
the   the   Fraser
** j
and  also paid a  visit  to
River   mills   before   n)
The Roman arrived yesterday with
about. 100,000 pounds of halibut on
board. She left for the north again
at three o'clock this morning,
If every young man and young
woman fully realized the advantages
of pursuing a course at this institution and then the opportunities offered land  .:'. Shoes for .2.40.    That is what
$5 Shoes for $4.   .4 Shoes for $3.20
turning.
for profitable and congenial employment, be or she would not hesitate in
selecting this School as an avenue
for advancement. We give tbe same
conscientious attention to placing our
students into positions as we do to
instruction. Satisfied students are
our  best  advertisement.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches tor Ladies from |12./5
OP.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open
16.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch  repairing a specialty
Sinclair offers you this month.     **
The old engine used to haul the
Junction train back and forth has been
taken to Vancouver and a more modern locomotive was brought over last
night.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse. R20S.      **
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will be held at three
o'clock Monday afternoon in tlie board
of trade room.
Awnings-
street.
-All kinds at Fales, Agnes
*��
face
Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
A small fire, which caused some
slight damage to the house occupied
by several bachelor bank clerks on
Columbia street, broke out about
two o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Fire halls Nos. 1 and 2 responded an
the blaze was quickly extinguished,
the damage done amounting to very
little.
A   bush   fire   which   spread   rapid!;-
started yestelday afternoon in the forest  growth  on   tbe  west   side  of  the
new Yale road.   A large force of men
set to work  fighting the flames, su.-
I ceeding in confining the damage to a
] comparatively    small    area.       Plying
sparks   occasionally   started   fires   on
j the other side of the road, hut these
; were    all    extinguished    before    they
made much headway.
That landlord of yours conies every
month religiously, doesn't, he? He Is
I collecting from you every rent-day
1 money that you could be turning to
1 your own profit. Do you realize that?
' Just fool him by buying this fine home
Jon Sixth avenue near Twelfth Btreet.
Has excellent view, close to Lord Kel-
Several representatives of different
paving   concerns   have   been   in   the
I city   In   the   past   few days,   securing
( !M'' specifications    on    the    contemplated
work on Second street. , yJn gQhQQ] and _,___ ((j caJ ,ine    Yn.,
0 per can buy it for $2,100;  $200 cash and
You are offered
this  for two days.    After that  it's  a
The funeral  of the late James Ed-' different story.   VV. J. Kerr. **
ward  McFerran   will   take   place  this]
morning at ten o'clock from the mor-i    Seven more applications for license"
tuary  chapel  of  Murchie   &  Sons  to
tbe Church of England cemetery.
Remember, Sinclair is giving
cent discount on all Tan Footwear. ** I11/? balance as rent
l
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C. E.  R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   Ui    A      TRIAL
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Spring is here���how about those
plants for the gardtn? Tidy, the
Florist., can suit you to a T in anything in that line. **
The death occurred yesterday of
Miss Charlotte Ktbel Burkitt, of Ninth
street. The deceased was only nineteen years of age. The funeral will
take place on Saturday afternoon.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. **
The court of revision of the assessment roll of Burnaby will resume its
sittings tomorrow morning at ten
o'clock, when the findings of that body
on 235 appeals will be handed down.
Never be in doubt where to dine.
The Bohemian Cafe is the right place.
In the police court yesterday only
two vags and a drunk appeared. One
-.Irunk and one vag were let out on
suspended sentence, but tbe other
homeless one, wbo had been caught
begging, was sent to jail for ten days.
to prospect, for coal and petroleum i.i
tho vicinity of Matsqui were filed in
the mining recorder's otlice yesterday. I
j The men applying are Fred E. Parker,
of Vancouver; Allen (". Knight, Of
Regina:   George  A.   Hillings,  of  Van-'
; couver;  Walter A. Knight, of Regina;
'Charles   C,    Knight,   of   Vancouver;
George A. Davidson, of Vancouver, and i
.1. H. Stanton, of Vancouver.   Tbe land t
covered   by   the   licenses   is    all    in \
townsliip sixteen.
i
A successful ice cream nnd straw-1
berry social was held yesterday afternoon on the grounds of St. Barnabas |
rectory, this being followed by a con- j
cert in the parish ball in the evening, I
when the Smith-Insley orchestra was I
in attendance. Included among those j
who contributed were Mrs. Davidson.
mandolin   solo;     Miss Oakley,   song; >
j Mr.  Prince, character Bong;   Rev,  C.
IW.  Houghton, song, and  Miss Shand, |
piano selections.    The sum of $53 was |
realized   by   the ladies   in   charge   of
the  social.
Prescriptions
You may be sure you will
get the best service if you bring
your prescription to us. No
matter what doctor gives the
prescription wo can fill it nnd
give you exactly what is ordered, at fair prices, None but
competent dispensers employed.
D. S. Curtis & Co,
DRUGGISTS
DRUGS-SPECTACLE-SEED   STORE
New Westminster, B. C. Phone 13, 71.
The seat sale for "The Alaskan"
opens at Tidy's fiorist store at noon
today. This .attraction is to appear
here on Monday evening, and should
draw a big crowd, as the play is essentially western In its scenic set tin--;.
Diver It. Cook yesterday succeeded
in rescuing the second donkey engine lost off the scow a week ago in
the w'nters of the North Arm. The
engines are in fairly good repair.
Some of the pipes are twisted and
tho plates are bent in places, but they
can be readily mended. Tbey were
l taken to the Vulcan Iron works, where
'the necessary repairs are being at-
and has always made a better Impres- tended to. The diver is still working
sion in this pun of the continent than on the scene of the accident, and will
in New York, where the Totem Pole | probably locate some more of the lost
Is a riddle and sleigh bells a farce.      'goods today.
inv ,w,\,iV'*-i~i'nT,'ii~irri'*~-*'*- -h'.ti
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.    You can sure get it at
COME AND
SEE US
In  Our New Quarters in the
DEANE BLOCK
Four  Doors   East   of   Pank   of
Montreal
We Have Just Received a Fresh
Stock of Popham'S Chocolates
. a. m & co.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Columbia St.   New Westminster.
COLUMBIA STREET
Women 9s
COTTON HOSE
With Natural Wool and Balbriggan
Soles
Customers  wbo   bave   used those hose are usually satisfied with   their  purchase.    V,   -
coming acquainted with the advantages of wearing a cotton stocking without the ordloarj i,;
side.    Natural  wool  or natural  balbriggan  soles are  much  easier on  the feet, "
Natural  Wool Soles, black cotton. Hermsdorf dyed���a secure guarantee of fast color   sizes
inches, per pair,35c;   3 pair for   $1.00.
Balbrigg.in   Soles.    Fast   black   cotton   with   pure   unbleached   cotton soles; sizes m.. to 10 im],
pair, 25c and 35c.
BOYS' BUSTER SUITS
$1.25 Each   vo  Clear.
White   duck   suit    with    navy   and   white   Bailor   collars   and   cuffs;   also   in   fawn    ���; .
navy and  white striped duck.    Made with bolts ami  leather buckles, pants to match,
l to s years of age.   A big range to clear, at, each, $1.25.
TAILORED SHIRT WAISTS
$1.50  Each.
Special   showing   of   lawn ''T.inene" and vesting sUit waists,   Made  with  coal  fastenli
buttons.    Laundered  collars and  cutis.    Nicely  tucked  fronts.    All  sizes.
White Brilliantine and Vestings
20c   to   35c.
A  splendid  assort m.-nt   of  nice stripes and  patterns in  materials
that   are   most   satisfactory  for  wear. Tbey wash nicely, keeping  tl elr
mercerized appearance; 30 inches wide.   Per pard 20, 25, 30 and 35c.
Ecru Brilliantine
Similar in appearance to pongee silk, have a nice mercerized fin-
isli and shown in spots, Btripes and narrow and wide fancy ^tripes.
Per yard, 20 to 35c.
New Patent  Leather
and Elastic Belts
The newe
lng Bhown In v   ��� ��� \ ���: i
row genuine patent I
and fancy el 'I
of   the   i .]
leather    fronts    :
med   with   gold    et   .-. ���������
and    colli! a,
leather.     A
is now rea ly,        ���. 35c ts
$2.50.
'^fUkritt:. .Aa^-.tL tat.i
sekobbbksr:!
������������
j
We Have $50,000 to Loan
on City Improved Property
���Straight Loan.
We represent the B. C. Permanent
Loan & Investment Co., which
is prepared to advance any amount
of money on secured properties.
Monthly repayments   arranged. . .
The Public
Supply Stores
WE ARE STILL
Selling Out
Our
Crockery
Bargain Prices |
on all Odd Lines]
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Wine Glasses,
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a        r> lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides   *
* of  tills  property.    $350  each.   Terms. *
10   lots  extending   from  First  to   Second   street.    This  property  *
Is especially  well  situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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A Cool Lunch and Limner
For a "Hot Day"
When the weather is warm you require light, appetizing, wholesome food, to tempt the palate and satisfy the appetite. And for
this very reason our Special Lunch and Dinner, served between
11:30 and 2, and 5 to 8 P. M., will please you greatly. The tables
are spotlessly clean, our kitchen is strictly sanitary, which conveys
all the odors of cooking from the dining room, thus the cafe is not
on'y delightfully cool and airy���but entirely free from any smell of
food.
COME TODAY AND BRING A FRIEND.
The Royal Cafe and Grill
Which Is at 604 Columbia Street.
PHONE  375       -       Dominion Trust Block, Main Floor
Now is the time
to acquire something in one of
these lines.
11T1S
Phcne 92

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